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Contents

2012 Baseball Yearbook

Table of Contents/Quick Facts................................................1 2012 Schedule.........................................................................2 2012 Roster Information.........................................................3 Media Information..................................................................4 Jay Bergman Field...................................................................5 Season Preview................................................................... 6-7 Head Coach Terry Rooney.................................................. 8-9 Assistant Coach Joe Mercadante..........................................10 Assistant Coach Ryan Klosterman.......................................11 Volunteer Assistant Coach Brandon Romans......................11 Alphabetical Player Bios................................................. 12-29 2011 Season Results.............................................................31 2011 Season Statistics..........................................................32 UCF vs. Opponents..............................................................33 Year-By-Year Results..................................................... 34-41 Year-By-Year Statistics........................................................42 Year-By-Year Leaders..................................................... 43-45 All-Time Letterwinners.................................................. 46-47 Awards & Honors........................................................... 48-49 UCF Athletics Hall of Fame/National Rankings..................50 UCF Record Book............................................................ 51-55 UCF in the Pros....................................................................56

CREDITS

The 2012 UCF baseball yearbook was written and edited by Eric DeSalvo. Editorial assistance provided by Doug Richards and Brian Ormiston. Photography courtesy of Sideline Sports, Romeo Guzman and UCF archives.

QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................. Orlando, Fla. 32816 Founded........................................... 1963 Enrollment.................................... 58,587 Nickname.................................. Knights Colors................................Black & Gold Stadium (Cap.).....Jay Bergman Field (3,600) Conference ................ Conference USA President.......................Dr. John C. Hitt Director of Athletics... Todd Stansbury Baseball Administrator...David Hansen NCAA Faculty Rep........Dr. Manoj Chopra

tarting with the 1985 season, UCF jumped into the D-I ranks and it did not take long for the Knights to reach the postseason. Since playing as an independent program and reaching the 1989 NCAA Tournament, the Knights have made 10 NCAA regional appearances, won six A-Sun Tournament titles and four regular-season crowns. The Knights now churn out professional players as an average of four Knights sign pro contracts every year, and sent eight more athletes into the minor league systems with seven being drafted by MLB clubs.

UCF’s Conference Championships (10) Atlantic Sun Regular-Season Titles (4) 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2004 Atlantic Sun Tournament Titles (6) 1993 - 1995 - 1996 - 1997 - 2001 - 2002 UCF’s D-II NCAA Tournaments (1) 1979 UCF’s D-I NCAA Tournaments (10) 1989 - 1993 - 1995 - 1996 - 1997 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2004 - 2011

2011 Honors/Awards

Chase Bradford - RP -Drafted and signed with the Mets Jonathan Griffin - 1B -Drafted and signed with the Diamondbacks -All-C-USA First Team -C-USA All-Tournament Team -NCAA Tallahassee Regional AllTournament Team D.J. Hicks - DH/RP -NCBWA All-America Third Team -Semifinalist NCBWA Dick Howser Trophy -All-C-USA Second Team -C-USA All-Tournament Team -NCAA Tallahassee Regional AllTournament Team Beau Taylor - C -Drafted in fifth round and signed with the A’s -Selected to Johnny Bench Award Watch List Ben Lively - RP -C-USA All-Freshman Team Danny Winkler - SP -Drafted and signed with the Rockies

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..................... Terry Rooney Record at UCF (Years)...94-80 (Fourth) Overall Record (Years)................ Same Assistant Coach.................. Joe Mercadante Assistant Coach...... Ryan Klosterman 2011 Record/C-USA......... 39-23/12-12 Letterwinners Returning/Lost... 14/11 Position Players Returning/Lost.... 11/4 Starters Returning/Lost.................. 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost............... 8/10 Newcomers......................................... 15

BASEBALL HISTORY First Season..................................... 1973 All-Time Record................1,325-874-10 NCAA D-I Tournament Appearances...10 ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS SID......................................Eric DeSalvo Office Phone................... (407) 823-6489 Cell Phone...................... (407) 519-0428 Email.........edesalvo@athletics.ucf.edu

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2012 Schedule Date February Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb. 29

Opponent

Site

Long Island Long Island Long Island Florida Boston College Boston College Boston College USF Bethune-Cookman

Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla.

6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m.

March March 2 March 3 March 4 March 6 March 7 March 9 March 10 March 11 March 14 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 20 March 23 March 24 March 25 March 27 March 30 March 31

Siena Siena Siena Florida State Florida State Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Miami Harvard Harvard Harvard USF East Carolina* East Carolina* East Carolina* Florida Atlantic Houston* Houston*

Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m 6:30 p.m 6:30 p.m 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

April April 1 April 4 April 6 April 7 April 8 April 10 April 11 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 17 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 27 April 28 April 29

Houston* Miami UAB* UAB* UAB* Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Florida Atlantic Tulane* Tulane* Tulane* Memphis* Memphis* Memphis*

Houston, Texas Miami, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. Orlando, Fla. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla.

1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

May/June May 2 May 5 May 6 May 7 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 15 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 23-27 June 1-3 June 8-10 June 16-27

Stetson Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian Marshall* Marshall* Marshall* Stetson Rice* Rice* Rice* Conference USA Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional NCAA World Series

DeLand, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Charleston, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Pearl, Miss. TBD TBD Omaha, Neb.

6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 10:05 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. TBD TBD TBD TBD

* Conference USA game Home games in Bold and played at Jay Bergman Field All times Eastern and subject to change

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Time

2012 Roster No. Name 1 Travis Shreve 2 Ronnie Richardson 3 Spencer Haynes 5 Austin Johnston 6 JoMarcos Woods 9 Ryan Breen 10 Erik Barber 11 Garrett Nuss 12 Erik Hempe 13 James Vasquez 14 Tommy Williams 15 Dale Irving 16 Brian Adkins 18 Chase Darhower 19 Ben Lively 20 Chris Taladay 21 Darnell Sweeney 24 Joe Rogers 25 Eric Skoglund 27 Jeramy Matos 28 Shawn McDorman 29 Ethan Smith 30 Nick Carrillo 32 Bryan Brown 33 Harrison Hukari 34 Jimmy Reed 35 Roman Madrid 36 Ray Hanson 37 Gregg Cooke 39 Alex Friedrich 41 Chris Matulis 42 D.J. Hicks 43 Matt Collins 44 Ryan Meyer

Pos. IF OF/RHP IF IF OF/LHP C OF RHP OF IF IF C LHP IF RHP UTIL IF LHP LHP OF RHP C UTIL RHP LHP LHP RHP RHP RHP OF LHP IF/RHP RHP RHP

B/T R/R S/R R/R R/R L/L S/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R S/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R

Ht. 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-2 5-7 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-6 6-2 6-1 6-7 6-7 5-11 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-6

Wt. 170 180 170 205 170 180 185 195 195 220 175 190 180 210 205 215 170 200 175 210 200 205 220 215 240 190 200 225 200 185 245 250 210 195

Cl. SR JR SO JR FR JR FR FR SR FR FR FR JR FR SO JR JR JR FR JR JR SO JR SR FR JR JR SR RS SO SR RS JR RS JR SR FR

Hometown/Previous School Auburn, Wash./Skagit Valley College Eagle Lake, Fla./Lake Region Valrico, Fla./Brandon Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven Orlando, Fla./The First Academy Palm City, Fla./South Fork Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland Sorrento, Fla./Mount Dora Anaheim, Calif./Cypress College Palm City, Fla./Martin County North Palm Beach, Fla./Palm Beach Gardens Lynn Haven, Fla./Mosley Orlando, Fla./University Niceville, Fla./Niceville Gulf Breeze, Fla./Gulf Breeze Windermere, Fla./Olympia Miramar, Fla./American Senior Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven Sarasota, Fla./Sarasota Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach State College Niceville, Fla./Pensacola CC Lakeland, Fla./Lake Gibson Glendale, Ariz./Central Arizona CC Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Spokane, Wash./Skagit Valley College Victoria, Texas/McLennan CC Long Beach, Calif./Cypress College Tampa, Fla./Sickles Orlando, Fla./University Boynton Beach, Fla./LSU Altamonte Springs, Fla./Lake Brantley DeLand, Fla./Daytona State College Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo

Head Coach: #26 Terry Rooney (Radford, ’96), Fourth season at UCF Assistant Head Coach: #17 Joe Mercadante (Florida, ’03), First season at UCF Assistant Head Coach: #7 Ryan Klosterman (Vanderbilt ’04), First season at UCF Volunteer Assistant Coach: #8 Brandon Romans (UCF, ’09), Third season at UCF Director of Baseball Operations: Alex Guerra (Radford, ’11), First season at UCF Athletic Trainer: Chris Joseph Equipment Manager: Ryan McPhail Student Managers: Josh Levine, Peter Buscaino

Key Players Returning Pos. 1B CF 2B SS C 3B/C Pos. RHP LHP RHP RHP LHP RHP

Player Elig. BA GP GS AB D.J. Hicks RJr. .351 61 60 228 Ronnie Richardson Jr. .312 62 62 223 Travis Shreve Sr. .309 60 60 223 Darnell Sweeney Jr. .288 62 62 240 Ryan Breen Jr. .285 46 41 158 Chris Taladay Jr. .279 40 38 196 Player Elig. ERA W-L APP GS Ray Hanson Sr. 3.47 4-2 14 11 Brian Adkins Jr. 4.40 6-5 16 14 Ben Lively So. 5.05 5-1 16 10 Matt Collins Sr. 2.70 0-1 11 2 Joe Rogers Jr. 4.79 4-2 25 0 Bryan Brown Sr. 4.80 2-1 16 1

R 42 59 51 43 29 35 CG 1 0 1 0 0 0

H 2B 3B HR 80 11 0 14 74 12 4 2 69 15 0 0 69 17 3 1 45 10 1 1 43 9 0 2 SV IP H R 0 57.0 54 24 0 88.0 100 46 0 57.0 54 37 0 13.1 19 5 9 41.1 54 31 0 30.0 32 19

RBI 66 34 20 45 26 20 ER 22 43 32 4 22 16

SB SBA FLD 1 2 1.000 15 20 .986 22 26 .965 12 16 .944 2 3 .953 2 4 .984 BB SO BA 20 35 .258 22 45 .292 34 41 .257 3 13 .328 10 38 .321 14 25 .281

Pronunciations

Chase Darhower..................... DAR-hower Alex Friedrich.......................... FREE-drick Erik Hempe................................. HEMP-ee Harrison Hukari.................... WHO-car-ee Chris Matulis........................ mah-TOO-lis James Vasquez.............................. VAS-kez Travis Shreve............................. SHREEVE Eric Skoglund...................... SKOHG-lund Joe Mercadante........... MERC-a-dawn-tay

Key Players Lost Pos. 1B C 3B Pos. LHP RHP RHP

Player Jonathan Griffin Beau Taylor Derek Luciano Player Nick Cicio Danny Winkler Chase Bradford

BA GP GS AB .343 62 62 251 .325 61 60 231 .265 57 55 196 ERA W-L APP GS 2.23 4-3 28 1 4.70 3-4 18 14 5.30 6-2 16 8

R 53 51 35 CG 0 0 0

H 2B 3B 86 19 2 75 11 2 52 17 0 SV IP H 4 60.2 52 0 82.1 85 0 52.2 67

HR 19 5 6 R 21 52 33

RBI 58 47 36 ER 15 43 31

SB 1 0 3 BB 21 24 12

SBA FLD 1 .991 3 .998 4 .946 SO BA 56 .234 92 .265 43 .309

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Media Information The 2012 UCF baseball yearbook is a source of information for the media. Additional information on UCF baseball and other UCF sports is available upon request from the UCF Athletics Communications Office, located in the Wayne Densch Sports Center, Building No. 39.

Practice

Practice is open to the media and public, but times vary throughout the spring semester. Any media members wishing to attend practice or would like to receive an updated schedule should contact Eric DeSalvo at (407) 823-6489, or email him at edesalvo@athletics.ucf.edu, at least 24 hours in advance.

Credentials

Credentials for home games are issued for working media only and should be requested at least 24 hours in advance of the game from Eric DeSalvo. Credentials can be picked up two hours prior to game time at the will call window of the stadium’s ticket office.

Photographers

All photographers must shoot from the concourse or berm areas. No cameras or photographers will be permitted on the field.

Radio

All radio stations must follow the procedure above for obtaining media passes. UCF provides two lines for radio stations from visiting schools wishing to broadcast from Jay Bergman Field. Lines for conference opponents are provided on a reciprocal basis.

Press Box Services

The press box phone number is (407) UCF-HITS (823-4487) and is for media use only. However, fans may use this line for updates on possible inclement weather affecting the start of the game. Programs, team rosters, updated team and conference statistics and game notes will be available two hours prior to game time. A complete NCAA box score will be distributed to members of the working media at the end of each game with play-by-play also available.

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UCF Athletics Communications

Assistant Director/Baseball Contact.............................. Eric DeSalvo Office Phone.....................................................................(407) 823-6489 Cell Phone........................................................................(407) 519-0428 Fax......................................................................................(407) 823-5293 Press Box Phone........................................................... (407) UCF-HITS E-Mail Address......................................... edesalvo@athletics.ucf.edu Website...................................................................... UCFAthletics.com Mailing Address.......................................................... P.O. Box 163555 .................................................................................. Orlando, Fla. 32816

Press Box Meal

Media members are invited to enjoy a pre-game meal, which will be available 30 minutes prior to the start of the game.

Parking

Media parking is available for free in Garage F, located immediately south of the baseball complex. Select games may require a pass due to events at the UCF Arena, so contact Eric DeSalvo for more information.

Interviews

Coach Rooney and his staff are available for interviews during the season before and after Knights’ practices. All player and coaches’ interview requests must go through Eric DeSalvo. The availability of players depends on class schedules during the week. Please give at least 24 hours advance notice for all interview requests. Most players will be available for up to 30 minutes before and after each practice. The coaching staff and players will be available for postgame interviews approximately 10 minutes after games on the field near the UCF dugout.

UCF Over the Airwaves

The UCF-IMG College Radio Network is set to broadcast a select number of regular-season games on 740-AM, as well as the Conference USA Championship and the NCAA Tournament. Marc Daniels, the “Voice of the Knights,” will be on hand to kick off the broadcasts with a 15-minute pregame show.

Jay Bergman Field UCF calls one of the nation's finest college baseball stadiums home in Jay Bergman Field. The facility can now seat 3,600 fans with the recent addition of 1,100 bench-back bleachers along the first-base line in the brand-new 200 upper levels, as well as the new student seating area to the right of the firstbase dugout. Phase I construction by Skanska USA Building, Inc and DLR Group began just days prior to the calendar flipping to 2012 and concluded right before Opening Knight to kick off the 2012 season. Prior to the 2009 season, the grassy berms along the right and left field lines opened up space to 1,000 fans. And in 2010, the right-field deck was constructed to give fans a unique view of UCF ballgames. The playing surface itself is as finely-manicured as any in the country, once being dubbed in the media as the South's version of (Stanford's) Sunken Diamond. With wide open concourses and palm trees lining the concession area, fans have an ideal opportunity to get close to the action in one of the best settings in college baseball. The addition of a brand new scoreboard in 2008 also provided spectators with a unique baseball experience. It features a 38' by 32.5' display and a 22' by 11' 20mm full color LED video board. The overall facility includes offices for the UCF baseball coaching staff and a reception area. The Knights' conference and meeting space was remodeled during the 2007 season, transforming into the UCF Tradition Room. This area now offers the program a luxurious spot to relax, watch game film on a flatscreen television or focus on classwork. The walls, meanwhile, feature former members of the team that have set the standard for excellence with the Knights, such as players who have received All-American accolades. Plaques that honor UCF's NCAA teams don the walls of the Tradition Room as well. UCF players also enjoy a spacious locker room with tall wooden lockers while the coaching staff has its own separate locker room. The facility also includes a weight room, training room and equipment room with complete laundry facilities. Attached to the players' locker room is an impressive indoor facility that features three batting cages and two pitching mounds. The spacious practice area gives UCF the advantage to practice in all weather elements, all year long.

Knights of Honor

The newly renovated UCF Tradition Room at Jay Bergman Field recognizes 29 “Knights of Honor,� a collection of unique studentathletes who symbolized the spirit of UCF baseball. These 29 individuals have either been drafted in the first five rounds or named an All-American. This year, UCF added one more plaque to the room in Beau Taylor. Brian Ahern Jason Arnold Tim Barker Tim Bascom Ryan Bear Mike Billek Kyle Bono Matt Bowser Dee Brown Shane Brown

Drew Butera Chris Duffy Chad Ehrnsberger Tim Foskett Matt Fox Kevin Gordon Mike Halperin Jeremy Kurella Matt Lubozynski Mike Maroth

Quick Notes Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

UCF Record 30-7 23-6 20-15 24-7 28-8 15-20 21-15 26-12 15-18 20-15 21-11 222-123 (.643)

Dedicated: Feb. 3, 2001 Seating Capacity: 3,600 Surface: Bermuda Grass Dimensions: 320 LL, 360 LC, 390 CF, 360 RC, 320 RL First Game: vs. Florida International FIU 6, UCF 2 (Feb. 3, 2001)

Top 20 Series at Jay Bergman Field

Top 20 Crowds at Jay Bergman Field

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Date 2/20-23/09 2/13-15/04 2/23-25/01 4/16-18/10 5/15-17/08 3/28-30/08 5/19-21/11 4/25-27/08 4/1-4/11 4/8-10/11 4/10-12/09 5/1-3/09 2/19-21/10 5/14-16/10 5/14-16/09 2/22-24/08 2/29/08-3/2/08 2/19-20/05 4/30/10-5/2/10 4/2-3/10

Opponent Total Attendance Virginia Commonwealth (4) 5,582 #2 LSU 5,139 #11 Alabama 5,133 Rice 4,660 Clemson 4,094 East Carolina 3,709 Marshall 3,692 #4 Rice 3,682 #20 Southern Miss 3,681 Tulane 3,654 Tulane 3,652 Marshall 3,568 Savannah State 3,493 East Carolina 3,245 Houston 3,228 Florida A&M 3,208 Central Michigan 3,169 #20 Notre Dame (2) 3,156 Memphis 3,069 UAB 2,955

Taylor Meier Chad Mottola Justin Pope Eric Riggs Sam Swanger Beau Taylor Clay Timpner Jay Veniard Joe Wagner

Date 4/20/11 3/18/09 3/9/10 4/1/08 2/3/01 2/23/01 2/13/04 2/20/09 2/25/01 4/17/10 3/14/06 3/15/11 2/20/05 2/14/04 5/17/08 2/21/09 2/15/04 4/16/10 2/19/05 4/26/08

Opponent #5 Florida #25 Florida #13 Miami USF Florida International #11 Alabama #2 LSU VCU #11 Alabama Rice #13 Florida USF #20 Notre Dame #2 LSU Clemson VCU #2 LSU Rice #20 Notre Dame #4 Rice

Attendance 3,601 2,758 2,546 2,397 2,170 1,969 1,922 1,897 1,852 1,844 1,729 1,711 1,650 1,642 1,625 1,621 1,575 1,545 1,506 1,504

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John Denton’s Season Preview F

inally, the talk of UCF’s baseball program taking the next step is more than just talk. Now, there is literally and figuratively concrete proof in the expanding facility and the impressive product on the field that the Knights are moving closer to the elite level in college baseball. JD: You have talked since you got here about the need to improve the facilities at UCF to help this baseball program compete at the highest levels. How excited are you that construction of Phase I of the renovations are underway?

TR: “We got a great bounce. By getting to the regional, you get the experience of being there. Now, when you tell players on a day-to-day basis this is what it takes to get there, it makes more sense to them now. Last year, we had 15 games left in the season and we sat everybody down and talked about what we needed to do

to get an at-large bid. With all of the veterans we have now there’s a real understanding there. From an outside standpoint, getting to a regional, getting in the top 25 and with the renovations we have going on with our stadium, I hope that it shows the country that UCF is back in the national spotlight and in a position to make a run to Omaha.’’ JD: Your theme for this season is “good to great.” What makes you think that this program is ready to make that next step and truly be great this season? TR: “Last year what we did was good and in no way do I want to diminish what we accomplished. But now it’s about taking the next step and that’s the determination that this team has. In order to do something you haven’t done you have to do something different. And from our standpoint it’s just about everybody playing better and be consistent throughout the year. For us to become great, the experience we have is going to be huge.’’

TR: “It’s exciting for the guys and it’s exciting for everybody involved with the baseball program. We’ve talked about it a couple of years now and to see it actually going up it’s an exciting time for our program. “The number one component for UCF baseball to take the next step is improving our facility. There isn’t a number two because that’s number one. That’s just the facts.’’ JD: Getting to the NCAA Regional was a huge accomplishment for this program. What kind of bounce did you get in momentum for the offseason and for the season ahead?

to get an at-large bid and we did it. I wanted our guys to know what it took. “Going to a regional, now they know you play 56 regular-season games and every game matters

JD: After getting to a regional last year the next step in the progression would be getting to a Super Regional this season. Is that the carrot for this team? TR: “The carrot is Omaha (for the College World

A History of Excellence The Beginning Years

While 1973 might be the first official season for the UCF baseball program, its foundation was laid in 1970 with the formation of the UCF club team. The FTU Goldsox played a 20-game schedule in the Amateur Baseball League of Central Florida, and started their season in early May. The team, led by head coach Jack Pantelias, consisted of mostly freshmen and sophomores, and competed against teams like the Sanford Giants, the Orlando Flyers and Burger King. In 1971, the Goldsox posted a 15-12 record after winning their last eight games. Pantelias led FTU the following season, which saw the team go 13-18 with Allen Tuttle finishing with a .363 batting average. However, Pantelias left before the end of the season to be with his family, so Doug Holmquist stepped in to close out the year. Holmquist then served as the first UCF head coach at the university level in 1973, and went on to earn a winning record in each of his three seasons in Orlando. During that 1973 campaign, Mike Ferrell dominated at the plate, boasting a .374 average with 46 hits in 123 at-bats. Dave String, meanwhile, led the team in RBI with 21, as the Goldsox hit .260 as a team.

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Building Success

The Knights posted just three losing seasons in their first 10 years at the NCAA level. When Jay Bergman ventured to UCF in 1983, the program took off. The skipper led the Black and Gold to 23-straight seasons of at least .500 ball and the program’s first NCAA D-I Tournament appearance in 1989. Teams in the Atlantic Sun fell victim to the Knights on a routine basis. After playing in the Sun Belt Conference in 1992, UCF claimed the A-Sun (formerly the TAAC) title in its first try the following season. From Tim Barker to Chad Ehrnsberger, UCF players began receiving nationwide recognition for their achievements on the field and in the classroom. Their efforts enabled the Knights to reach the postseason nine times from 1989 to 2004. Along with team success, several players went on to experience the professional ranks. In 1995 alone, six Knights were drafted in the top 14 rounds while 10 total players were taken in the 1998 MLB Draft.

The Jay Bergman Field Era

A new home awaited the UCF baseball program in 2001 and fans were quick to enter its gates. The Knights ranked 38th in the country as they averaged 911 fans per game. UCF responded by treating the fans to a 51-14 season, an A-Sun title and a No. 7 national ranking. Knight supporters continued to cheer on UCF as the Black and Gold remained a staple in the top 25 through 2005. It climbed back into the spotlight in 2008 by reaching as high as No. 16. UCF eventually left the A-Sun for one of the toughest baseball conferences in the land by joining Conference USA for the 2006 campaign. In a nine-team league that typically sends four to five programs to the NCAA Tournament, the Knights faced their biggest challenge to date. With the competition level growing on the diamond, the fan base remained strong as well. In 2009, the Knights set a school record for highest-attended series and single-game average (1,088 fans per game). On April 20, 2011, 3,601 fans packed the baseball complex for the largest crowd in school history. In all, three of the program’s top-20 series draws came in 2011 with the best yet to come.

John Denton’s Season Preview Series). On a personal note, I thought it would take us two recruiting classes to get back in the top 25 and probably three recruiting classes to have an opportunity to win a Super Regional and get to Omaha. I feel like we have that kind of team this year. Now, there are a lot of different things going into that and our focus is one day at a time on the daily process. What is great for the guys is they can see that the perception of us is that this baseball program is moving forward. We’re in the top 25, the stadium is being expanded - it’s happening and it’s not just talk. This is it.’’

JD: You lost first baseman and cleanup hitter Jonathan Griffin to graduation and the MLB draft. How much is emerging star D.J. Hicks ready to step up and fill that void this season?

our program that you can say will hit 19 home runs, therefore everybody in the lineup has to pick that up. So for us to be a better lineup every person has to be better than last year.

be consistent. He should be a mainstay in our rotation. For us to be the type of team that we want to be, Ben Lively needs to be that kind of pitcher for us.’’

“Darnell Sweeney and Ronnie Richardson had incredible summers up in the Cape Cod League and those guys have been relentless in helping make this program great. Ronnie was drafted out of high school and turned it down. He got drafted again as a draft-eligible sophomore and could have signed and played professional baseball, but he didn’t because he wanted to come back here. He came to UCF because he wanted to make his mark on this program. He’s on a mission.

JD: You beat several NCAA Tournament teams last season such as Florida, Florida State, Miami, Rice and Alabama. Talk about how you have the schedule set up this season.

“D.J. Hicks didn’t get drafted because he told everybody that it was going to take a very highdollar figure for him to pass up the opportunity to pass up a chance at finishing what he started at UCF. All of the players on this team, that’s the way they look at it.’’ JD: You suffered a huge loss when junior catcher Beau Taylor was selected in the fifth round of the Major League Baseball draft. How big of a question mark is the catching spot heading into this season?

Jr. SS Darnell Sweeney TR: “D.J. was an All-American for us last year, but now from day one he’s going to be counted on to play an enormous role for our program. He knows what his expectations are. He’s an unbelievable worker and leader for us. For us to continue to advance, we need him to have another All-American season and I’m confident that he will.’’ JD: Ronnie Richardson and Darnell Sweeney have shown flashes of greatness the past two seasons, but have struggled at times with their consistency. How much improvement do you think they can make this season? TR: “The way you go from good to great is every returning player has to be better. That’s how you do it. When you look at our team, the strength of our team is offense and we should have one of the best offenses in the country. Statistically, I think we do. We lost 19 home runs from (Jonathan) Griffin and a fifthrounder in Beau Taylor and somebody has to replace that. I don’t know if there’s anybody in

TR: “The number one question going in is defining what our catcher situation is. I know we have four capable catchers and Ryan Breen and Chris Taladay will be at the forefront and will be in the lineup every day. You’re not going to see a guy like Beau Taylor play 95 percent of the games. We won’t have one catcher. We’ll have three catchers who are ready offensively and defensively to step in and make an impact for us. Nick Carrillo catches, plays third base and outfield, Taladay does the same thing and Breen can play outfield too. So our catching situation will revolve around those three with the majority of innings between Taladay and Breen right now.’’

TR: “Our schedule is going to remain pretty consistent throughout the years. We have a lot of home games, but this will be the last year that you see this many home games because they are changing the way the RPI is figured next year. It will be very similar to basketball where you get rewarded and get more points for winning on the road. “Obviously, this year our schedule is home dominated. One of the reasons that our RPI was so good last year was because we won a lot of big games on the road. We’ve got to do that again. I feel like our schedule sets us up to do that with some of the opponents that we are playing. Obviously we are excited to have Florida State playing here because they haven’t been here in 25 years. Those are two big games for us. “And when you look at the potential of us playing Rice at home that last weekend (of the regular season), that could be huge and set us up for an outstanding weekend. Our schedule is strong enough from an RPI standpoint that if we do what we need to do, we should put ourselves in position for a (NCAA) bid.’’

JD: With your pitching, you know you have two dependable starters in Ben Lively and Brian Adkins and a strong stopper in Joe Rogers. How good can your pitching staff be this year, and is Lively the key to the group? TR: “Going into the year, the catching is the number one area we had to have an answer for, and I feel good about it. But the second big key is the emergence of Ben Lively. He has everything there to have an opportunity to become one of the country’s best pitchers. He’s got the physical stature, the velocity and the off-speed stuff - he’s got it all. It’s just time for Ben Lively to make the jump and I have no problem saying that. He has dominant type of stuff and it’s time for him to emerge. We need consistency from him. You want to know two things about a pitcher - will they throw strikes and will they compete. Brian Adkins does that. For Ben Lively to make the jump, he just has to

Jr. LHP Joe Rogers

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#26 Terry Rooney Head Coach - Fourth Season with the Knights Postseason experience can mean everything in college baseball. Helping guide a program to Omaha takes a special coach and an emotional voice. As soon as he stepped on campus in the summer of 2008, head coach Terry Rooney’s mission was to return UCF to the postseason. And that goal became reality in 2011. In his career, he has helped lead five different universities to the NCAA Regionals, while bringing in nationally-ranked recruiting classes to six different schools. Head Coach at UCF Rooney was officially announced as UCF’s fifth head baseball coach on June 12, 2008, in the baseball complex’s Tradition Room. The press conference took place in front of a packed media contingent, showing that the city of Orlando and Knight fans everywhere were eager for the UCF baseball program to reload. The coaching staff recruiting trail that together a class for players, a group that national exposure.

immediately hit the summer. Rooney put 2010 that featured 21 quickly gave UCF some

The class eventually was ranked No. 4 in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and No. 10 by Baseball America, both of which were the highest rankings from those publications in UCF history. They also marked Rooney’s fourth different program where he landed a top-20 class. To top it off, Rooney’s second recruiting class was once again honored by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper as the 20th-best class in the country in the summer of 2010. That group joined the Knights for the 2011 season and promptly led UCF to its first NCAA Regional appearance since 2004 and a top-25 national ranking. The Black and Gold posted a 39-23 record for its best season dating back to the 2005 campaign, had a school-record 12 wins in C-USA play and had eight players sign professional contracts. As the architect of this postseason team, Rooney was named as one of the top-20 coaches in the country for 2011. Since taking over in 2009, Rooney and the Knights have established new program-highs for wins in C-USA, which includes the schoolrecord 12 wins in 2011. Led by NCBWA All-American designated hitter D.J. Hicks, UCF made itself known throughout the nation by racking up eight victories over ranked opponents, sweeping

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the season series with Florida and Stetson and also adding key victories against Rice (two), Florida State and Alabama. Along with posting a 2-1 record in the C-USA Championship, the Knights’ resume was so strong that they earned a No. 2 seed for the NCAA Tallahassee Regional.

THE ROONEY FILE Born: Nov. 29, 1973, in Quincy, Mass. High School: Robinson Secondary School, Fairfax, Va. College Education: Radford, 1996; bachelor’s degree in social science Playing Career: Pitcher - Davis & Elkins College, 1993 Pitcher - Radford, 1994-96 Coaching Career: Assistant coach - Staunton Braves (Valley League), 1996 Assistant coach - Cotuit Ketteleers (Cape Cod League), 1997 Assistant coach - George Washington, 1997 Head coach - Waynesboro (Va.) Generals (Valley League), 1998 Assistant coach - James Madison, 1998-99 Assistant coach - Old Dominion, 2000-01 Assistant coach - Stetson, 2002-03 Assistant coach - Notre Dame, 2003-06 Assistant coach - LSU, 2007 Associate head coach - LSU, 2008 Head coach - UCF, 2008-Present

On the mound, UCF completed the year with its lowest team ERA since 2005 and the staff was built around two sophomores in Brian Adkins (No. 1 starter, 6-5 record) and Joe Rogers (closer, nine saves). Meanwhile, Danny Winkler had 92 strikeouts, the most by a UCF pitcher since 2005, and Johnny Sedlock (2.00 ERA) and Nick Cicio (2.23 ERA) dominated the bullpen as the Knights combined for five team shutouts.

The newcomers also did not disappoint in 2010, as UCF served as the only school in the country to have five freshmen make at least 35 starts, including three on the infield. The Knights would finish with a 33-22 record and a 10-14 mark in Conference USA. Those 33 wins were highlighted by a 14-game non-conference winning streak to end the campaign, including triumphs over Miami, Florida Atlantic and MEAC champion Bethune-Cookman. Along the way, the Black and Gold set school and C-USA records with a .343 team batting average and a .435 on-base percentage. Seniors Chris Duffy and Shane Brown were both named Louisville Slugger All-Americans and voted onto the All-C-USA First Team, as the duo both hit over .420 and ranked in the NCAA top-10 in the regular season for highest OBP. Duffy also set the UCF record with 21 homers and 81 RBI during the year. Meanwhile, Chris Taladay was selected as the C-USA Freshman of the Year, as Taladay, Darnell Sweeney and Ryan Breen had the top three batting averages of all freshmen in the entire conference. On the mound, Rogers earned a spot on the All-Freshman Team thanks to eight saves and 43 strikeouts in 48.0 innings. And Taladay, Breen and Rogers all were selected as Louisville Slugger Freshman All-Americans. In his first year at the helm of the Knights, Rooney helped the program to numerous

firsts during 2009. UCF recorded its highest combined team GPA and its best cumulative spring GPA as well. Four student-athletes went on to earn postseason recognition by the league, as Brandon Romans and Shane Brown were selected to the All-C-USA Second Team, and Beau Taylor (a Freshman All-American) and Hicks were placed on the C-USA All-Freshman Team. On the mound, Caleb Graham grabbed the C-USA Pitcher of the Week award by blanking No. 2 Rice in a 5-0 victory, as the staff combined for a 3.92 ERA in its final nine games of the year. In the Central Florida Community Rooney’s vision is one that the central Florida community and UCF fans are eager to follow, as evidenced in 2011. During its run to the NCAA Regionals, the Black and Gold not only broke the program single-game attendance record in an 8-6 victory vs. No. 5 Florida with 3,601 fans, but it also broke the single-season attendance average, with 1,212 fans per game. Rooney, LSU and the College World Series Before the 2009 campaign, Rooney had 12 years of experience as an assistant coach at the Division I level, highlighted by two campaigns at LSU from 2007-08. Serving as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator under head coach Paul Mainieri, Rooney and the Tigers made a remarkable run to the College World Series in 2008. LSU went on to win 23-straight games, including cruising through the conference tournament with a 4-0 record. The team lost just one game in the NCAA Tournament en route to Omaha. LSU completed the 2008 season with a 49-19-1 record and was ranked as high as No. 2 in the country. Rooney’s pitching staff was among the

best in the country as well. The Tigers walked just 201 batters while striking out 554, and they combined to post a team ERA of 4.11. They finished in the top 25 in the country in ERA and least amount of walks per nine innings (2.89). THE MLB Draft A total of 41 of Rooney’s pitchers have been selected in the MLB Draft, with 10 taken in the first 10 rounds. Four LSU pitchers were tabbed in the 2008 draft, and five pitchers that he mentored at Notre Dame from 2003-06 also were selected. Three former pitchers made their debut and six saw action in the Major Leagues in 2011, including Charlie Furbush, Louis Coleman and Kyle Weiland. Academics Rooney’s student-athletes have excelled in the classroom as well. A total of 55 UCF players

Meanwhile, Notre Dame’s 2006 group was rated as the country’s seventh-best class. Rooney, 37, was promoted to associate head coach at LSU in July 2007. His 2007 recruiting class was selected as the top class in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. The group included nine players who were picked in the Major League Baseball Draft. Since taking over at UCF, Rooney has continued his recruiting prowess, hauling in the nation’s No. 17 class for 2012. It is the third-straight year that Rooney and his staff have inked a top-20 class nationally. Notre Dame’s Pitching Coach Prior to joining the staff at LSU, Rooney was the pitching coach at Notre Dame for three years beginning in the fall of 2003. The Fighting Irish participated in the NCAA Regionals every season with Rooney in the dugout, and the 2004 pitching staff posted a 3.43 ERA, good for ninth in the nation. The 2006 Irish staff, meanwhile, allowed just 18 home runs and set or tied four school pitching records. In two of his three years at ND, Rooney’s staffs were ranked in the top 20 in the nation in ERA. Twelve of Rooney’s pitchers at Notre Dame were drafted by MLB clubs. In 2006, three Irish hurlers were selected, including Jeff Samardzija in the fifth round by the Chicago Cubs. In 2004, a pair of hurlers were taken in the top10 rounds, marking the first time in program history two Fighting Irish pitchers saw their name pop up in the top 10 in the same year.

were named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll from 2009-11, and Gil Gomez (`09), Nick Cicio (`10 and ‘11) and Jeff Dally (‘11) earned the Academic Medal with a GPA above 3.75. Meanwhile, UCF has had at least a 3.0 team GPA every semester under Rooney, including the highest fall and spring semesters in school history. Eight LSU players garnered all-academic honors from the Southeastern Conference in 2008. While at Notre Dame, Rooney helped two players earn ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica recognition. Recruiting A native of Fairfax, Va., Rooney is considered one of the nation’s premier recruiters. Before coming to UCF, he was involved with nine recruiting classes that were ranked among the national leaders, including the No. 1 class at LSU in 2008 as well as the Tigers’ 2009 newcomers which were ranked at No. 20.

Days in DeLand Rooney is no stranger to the Sunshine State, as he served as the pitching coach at Stetson from 2002-03. During his time in DeLand, the Hatters made a pair of appearances in the NCAA Tournament Regionals and posted two 40-victory seasons. Under Rooney’s tutelage, four Stetson pitchers garnered All-Atlantic Sun Conference honors and two were taken in the MLB Draft. Rooney’s 2006 Stetson recruiting class was ranked 12th nationally by Baseball America, the highest in the history of the program, and produced two Major League infielders: Chris Johnson and Brian Bocock. Prior to 2002 In all, Rooney’s previous seven seasons as an assistant before Stetson, Notre Dame and LSU included time serving as pitching coach with three programs - George Washington, James Madison and Old Dominion. At Old Dominion, Rooney worked with the Monarchs from 2000-01, and the team earned an NCAA Regional berth as a No. 2 seed in 2000. Four of the pitchers he coached at Old Dominion went on to professional baseball, while he recruited and signed Justin Verlander, who is now one of the American League’s top hurlers with the Detroit Tigers.

coach/recruiting coordinator in 1999. Two of his pitchers were later drafted in the first 10 rounds, and six from the `99 class went on to sign pro contracts with three players drafted in the top five rounds. Rooney began his coaching career in 1997 at George Washington. Rooney has experience coaching in top woodbat summer leagues as well. He served as the head coach for Waynesboro (Va.) in 1998 when the Generals claimed the Valley League title. Rooney also spent time as an assistant with Valley League champion Staunton (Va.) in 1996 and Cotuit in the Cape Cod League in 1997. Playing Days and the Personal File A 1996 Radford graduate with a degree in social science, Rooney pitched for three seasons. He ranks second all-time at the school with 79 appearances and posted an 8-2 career record. Rooney played one season at Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia, compiling a 4-2 mark on the mound. Rooney has spoken at several coaching clinics throughout the nation, and has authored a video entitled 30 Minutes to Better Pitching - A Championship Workout. In January 2010, Rooney wrote a 13-page chapter for the book Practice Perfect Baseball by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Entitled Assessing Team Strengths, he helped coaches learn how to analyze their teams by position and develop a practice plan based on their strengths and weaknesses. Rooney and his wife, Shaun, were married in December of 2007.

Rooney’s two years at James Madison (1998-99) included a pair of nationally-ranked recruiting classes, as he first assumed the role of pitching

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#17 Joe Mercadante Assistant Coach - First Season with the Knights Joe Mercadante enters his first season with the UCF baseball program. He will serve as the Knights’ hitting coach and recruiting coordinator.

That same season, Mercadante’s offense hit .295 and became the first in program history to hit 100-plus home runs, 20 triples and steal more than 100 bases, while being one of only two teams in the country to achieve the 100+ mark in both home runs and stolen bases in 2010.

Prior to working with the Black and Gold, Mercadante spent seven years at Miami working with the Hurricanes’ hitters and defensively with UM’s catchers, in addition to scheduling games and assisting in recruiting efforts. During that time, he helped the squad make sevenconsecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, which included four regional championships (2005, 2006, 2008, 2010) and two College World Series appearances (2006, 2008).

Ranked No. 1 for most of the 2008 season, Mercadante aided in the squad hitting .320 and hitting the second-most home runs (106) in school history. The 711 hits in 2008 were 10th all-time while the 2008 squad also ranked ninth in doubles (135), eighth in RBI (517), eighth in total bases (1,202) and fourth in slugging percentage (.541).

In 2011, Mercadante helped the Hurricanes to a 38-23 overall record, its 40th overall appearance in the NCAA Regional and a No. 22 ranking in the final Baseball America Top-25 poll of the year. Under his guidance, Miami hit .275 as a team with 547 hits, including 114 doubles, 12 triples and 43 home runs, to go along with 333 runs scored and a .376 on-base percentage.

Mercadante’s first Johnny Bench Award finalist at Miami was catcher Eddy Rodriguez, who hit .318 with 64 hits offensively, while catching 15 runners stealing and picking off five from behind the plate in 2006.

Mercadante helped hone the skills and development of former Miami catcher Yasmani Grandal, who was not only a Johnny Bench Award finalist and named the ACC Player of the Year, but was also a first-round selection in the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds in 2010.

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THE MERCADANTE FILE Born: Nov. 30, 1983, in Gainesville, Fla. High School: P.K. Yonge High School, Gainesville, Fla. College Education: Florida, 2003; bachelor’s degree in sports management master’s degree in exercise science, UF in 2006 Playing Career: Catcher - Jefferson Davis CC, 2000 Catcher - Delgado JC, 2001 Catcher - Florida, 2002-03 Coaching Career: Assistant coach - P.K. Yonge High School, 2004 Assistant coach - Covington Lumberjacks (Virginia Summer), 2004 Volunteer assistant coach - Miami, 2004-07 Assistant coach - Miami, 2008-11 Assistant coach - UCF, 2011-Present

Mercadante graduated from P.K. Yonge High School in 1999. He was a four-year letterman for coach Bob Hawkins and was named the team MVP as a senior. Out of high school, he attended Jefferson Davis Community College in Brewton, Ala., and helped lead the team to a JUCO Regional title and a berth in the Junior College World Series. He then transferred to Delgado Junior College in New Orleans for

his sophomore season. Mercadante arrived at Florida in 2002 and hit .471 in a reserve role for the Gators. He missed most of his senior season due to injury before beginning his coaching career. After serving as an assistant coach at P.K. Yonge in 2004, Mercadante coached summer baseball in the Virginia Valley League with the Covington Lumberjacks. Mercadante is a 2003 graduate of Florida, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management. He earned his master’s degree in exercise and sports science from Florida in June of 2006.

#7 Ryan Klosterman Assistant Coach - First Season with the Knights Ryan Klosterman enters his first season as a member of the UCF baseball coaching staff in 2011-12. He is in charge of the Knights’ infielders and team defense and also assists with offense and recruiting. Picked by the Toronto Blue Jays in the fifth round of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft, Klosterman spent the last eight years playing professional baseball, most recently at the Triple-A level for the New Orleans Zephyrs of the Florida Marlins Organization. Klosterman was a standout infielder at South Lake High School in Groveland, Fla. before going on to a successful collegiate career as an infielder at both Clemson and Vanderbilt from 2001-04.

In his junior season with the Commodores, Klosterman was named to the All-Southeast Conference First Team as a shortstop, while also being voted as the team’s Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year. In addition to his success on the field, Klosterman was also honored with a spot on the 2004 Verizon Academic All-District IV Second Team and was a member of the Dean’s List and the StudentAthlete Honor Roll.

THE KLOSTERMAN FILE Born: May 28, 1982, in Eau Claire, Wis. High School: South Lake High School, Groveland, Fla. College Education: Vanderbilt 2004; bachelor’s degree in human and organizational development Playing Career: Infielder - Clemson, 2001-02 Infielder - Vanderbilt, 2003-04 Infielder - New Orleans Zephyrs (AAA), 2010-11 Coaching Career: Assistant coach - UCF, 2011-Present

That same year, Klosterman helped lead the Commodores to the NCAA Super Regional in Austin after batting .346 with 91 hits, 72 runs scored and eight triples. Klosterman’s eight triples remain a Vanderbilt single-season record.

Klosterman graduated from Vanderbilt in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in human and organizational development with an emphasis in leadership and organizational effectiveness.

#8 Brandon Romans Volunteer Asst. Coach - Third Season with the Knights After a stellar playing career at UCF, Brandon Romans joined the staff as the volunteer assistant coach in the spring of 2010. A native of Cocoa, Fla., Romans played three seasons with the Black and Gold, hitting .314 for his career with 17 home runs and 77 RBI.

In year one with Romans assisting the outfield and the catchers, the Knights’ offense ranked as one of the best in the country in 2010. Outfielders Chris Duffy (.447) and Shane Brown (.428) would become the first duo in C-USA history to hit .400 in the same season as they went on to earn spots on the All-C-USA First Team.

Romans’ efforts with the offense helped the 2011 Knights rank first in C-USA in runs, hits, homers, slugging, RBI and doubles. They went on to post their most successful season since 2005 by finishing with a 39-23 record. But most importantly, UCF returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004 as it earned a No. 2 seed for the Tallahassee Regional.

And freshman center fielder Ronnie Richardson shined as well, leading all C-USA freshmen with a .448 onbase percentage.

A pair of sluggers earned several accolades during the year as well. Jonathan Griffin punished opposing pitchers with 19 homers to be voted onto the All-C-USA First Team, while D.J. Hicks led C-USA with 66 RBI and was named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy, which is handed out to the nation’s top player.

THE ROMANS FILE Born: Aug. 28, 1985, in Port St. John, Fla. High School: Cocoa High School College Education: UCF, 2009; bachelor’s degree in interpersonal and organizational communications Playing Career: Catcher - Birmingham-Southern, 2004-05 Catcher/Outfielder - UCF, 2006-09 Catcher/Outfielder - Rockford RiverHawks (Frontier League), 2009 Coaching Career: Volunteer assistant coach - UCF, 2010-Present

Behind the plate, catchers Beau Taylor, Chris Taladay and Ryan Breen would each start at least 39 games for the Knights. Taylor boasted a .354 average and a .986 fielding percentage, Taladay served as the every day third baseman en route to being voted as the C-USA Freshman of the Year, and Breen hit .348 while swiping 11 bases as the primary designated hitter.

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#16 Brian Adkins Jr. - LHP - 6-0/180 - Orlando, Fla./University 2011

-Began the year as UCF’s top midweek starter before evolving into the No. 1 pitcher on the weekends -Made 14 starts overall and appeared out of the pen twice -Lasted at least 6.0 innings in 11 starts -Finished with a team-high 88.0 innings, walking just 22 and striking out 45, and had a 6-5 record with a 4.40 ERA -Worked 6.0 innings with two strikeouts against Alabama in the NCAA Regionals (6/3) -Held UAB (5/13) to two runs on eight hits, striking out four in 6.2 innings but did not get a decision -Pitched into the seventh and finished with 6.0 innings with three strikeouts at Florida State (5/6) -Earned the win with 6.0 innings vs. Houston (4/29), allowing three earned runs and striking out one -Struck out four but did not earn a decision in 7.0 innings at Memphis (4/22) -Delivered a solid 7.0-inning outing at East Carolina (4/16), earning the win by allowing just two runs on seven hits -Lasted 6.0 innings without issuing a walk and striking out one but did not get a decision -Made a relief appearance at No. 23 Rice (3/27), and got the win by tossing 3.0 scoreless innings with no walks and a strikeout -Went 6.0 innings and allowed six hits while striking out three at Miami (3/22) -Did not get a decision even though he went 6.2 innings with four strikeouts and just two runs against vs. USF (3/15) -Masterful in the win over Boston College (3/9), tossing 7.0 shutout innings of two-hit ball, issuing no walks and striking out five -Worked six innings with no walks, five strikeouts and two earned runs in a victory over Maine (3/2) -Grabbed the win in a 3.0-inning start at B-CU (2/22), striking out five, not walking a batter and giving up just one hit

2010

-Made several important appearances on the mound as a freshman, including starts against Florida, Miami and Tulane -Went 4-3 with a 5.80 ERA in 21 overall appearances -Struck out 33 in 49.2 innings, walking just 17 -Held left-handed hitters to a .228 batting average -Got the win at Tulane (5/22), going 4.1 of the seven innings with a strikeout

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

ERA 5.80 4.40 4.90

W-L 4-3 6-5 10-8

APP 21 16 37

GS 6 14 20

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

-Used 12 pitches in a perfect inning at JU (5/12) -Tossed 4.1 scoreless innings of relief at Marshall (4/23), giving up just three hits and striking out two -Earned the win with 2.0 scoreless frames against B-CU (4/21) -Allowed just one baserunner in the first 2.2 innings, striking out three vs. Rice (4/16) -Closed the win vs. Stetson (4/13) with 2.0 innings of scoreless relief -Worked the final 2.1 innings at USM (4/10), not allowing a run and striking out three for the extra-inning victory -Grabbed the win at Houston (3/26) with 1.1 scoreless frames -Came up with four huge strikeouts in 2.0 relief innings to hold the lead in a win at Miami (3/23) -Fired 7.0 innings against USF (3/16), giving up just three runs on six hits while striking out five -Earned two strikeouts in 1.1 innings of relief vs. CMU (3/6) -Made the start at Florida (2/24) going 4.0 innings with a strikeout -Did not give up an earned run in his collegiate debut, pitching 3.0 innings with four strikeouts vs. Savannah State (2/19)

Prior to UCF

-Four-year varsity pitcher for coach Rodney Beatty at University High School -Holds the all-time career wins record for the school with 23 -Voted most valuable player as a senior -Struck out 229 in 199.0 career innings pitched, walking only 36 -All-county honoree as a sophomore and a junior after winning seven games each season -All-Metro Conference Second Team in 2008 after striking out 85 batters -University had over 20 wins and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in the state tournament from 2007-08 -Helped FTB Mizuno win the 2009 USSSA National Championship -Member of the Central Florida Renegades that played in the 2008 World Wood Bat Association World Championship

Personal

-Son of Kenneth and Lisa Adkins -Has one sister, Lianne, who played for the Southern Wesleyan University softball team -Major is interpersonal/organizational communication

IP 49.2 88.0 137.2

H 67 100 167

R 43 46 89

ER 32 43 75

BB 17 22 39

SO 33 45 78

#10 Erik Barber Fr. - OF - 5-9/185 - Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Bob Gendron at Lakeland High School, earning four letters as an outfielder -Named LHS’s Best Offensive Player in 2011 -Was an Honorable Mention selection for the

All-Star Game as a junior -In 2009, won the Junior Olympics with the All American Prospects -Earned Freshman of the Year and Most Improved Player awards as a rookie in 2008 -Also lettered one year on the football team under head coach Bill Castle

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Personal

-Born Nov. 19, 1992, in Lake Alfred, Fla. -Son of Kerry and Rhen Barber -Has one sister, Angel -Plans to major in marketing

#9 Ryan Breen Jr. - C/OF - 5-10/180 - Palm City, Fla./South Fork 2010

-Ended the year by going 8-for-17 with two doubles and two runs in his final four games, including the NCAA Tournament -Hit .285 overall on the season, making 41 starts and amassing 10 doubles, a triple, a

homer, 26 RBI and 29 runs -A total of 27 starts came in left field, while he also received 10 starts in right field and four behind the plate -Hit .338 with runners on base, .320 with runners in scoring position and was 4-for-8 with the bases juiced -Was 2-for-4 with a run scored against Alabama in the NCAA Regionals (6/5) -Collected two hits and scored a run vs. B-CU in the NCAA Regionals (6/4) -Amassed three hits with two doubles against Rice in the C-USA Championship (5/27) -Crushed a three-run triple in the C-USA Championship vs. Memphis (5/25) -Went on a seven-game hitting streak from May 7-17 -Went 6-for-12 with four runs and two RBI in the UAB series (5/13-15) -Drilled a three-run double and had two walks vs. B-CU (5/11) -Put together a seven-game hitting streak (4/5-22) -Had a two-run single and caught eight innings of a shutout win vs. FAU (4/19) -Homered and had a key single in the ninth in a comeback win at Florida (4/5) -Came through with two hits against Columbia (3/20) -Delivered a RBI single off the bench vs. Columbia (3/19) -Doubled with three hits and three RBI in the doubleheader vs. Dartmouth (3/5) -Scored twice with a hit and a walk vs. Alabama (2/27) -Doubled twice in a 3-for-5, four-RBI day at B-CU (2/22) -Hit .455 in the Siena series, including a 3-for-3, three-RBI, three-run day in the finale (2/20) -Went 2-for-4 with a run and two stolen bases vs. Siena (2/18)

2010

-A Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American -Ranked among the top-five freshmen in C-USA at the end of the regular season with a .348 batting average, a .435 on-base percentage, a .917 OPS and 11 stolen bases -In all, racked up 57 hits, seven doubles, five homers, 46 runs, 29 RBI, a .482 slugging percentage and 11 stolen bases -Earned a .979 fielding percentage in 96 chances -Ended the season on a nine-game hitting streak -Switch-hitter batted .344 vs. lefties and .350 against righties -Went 6-for-13 with four runs in the series at Tulane (5/20-22) -Cranked out three hits with a run vs. ECU (5/15)

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .348 .285 .317

G-GS 42-39 46-41 88-80

AB 164 158 322

R 46 29 75

H 57 45 102

2B 7 10 17

3B 0 1 1

Brian Adkins

-Finished the JU game (5/12) 3-for-4 with a double, stolen base, three RBI and three runs -Connected for two hits and scored a run vs. JU (5/11) -Had a double in a two-hit, two-run game at UNF (4/20) -Homered and drove in two against Rice (4/17) -Hit .417 in the series at USM (4/9-11), driving in six and scoring five runs -Doubled twice, scored a run and swiped a base at USF (4/6) -Was 3-for-8 in the doubleheader vs. UAB (4/3) -Tallied three RBI on two hits at B-CU (3/31) -Scored once on two hits and a walk vs. B-CU (3/30) -Drove a pinch-hit, two-out, two-run homer to left in the ninth to secure a 7-4 win at Houston (3/26) -Finished the Presbyterian series (3/19-21) with a .545 average, crushing three homers and scoring six runs -Collected three hits, two runs and two steals at Stetson (3/17) -Hit .364 in the Hartford series (3/13-14), driving in three, stealing two bases and scoring three runs in two games -Delivered a double in his second-career at-bat in the game vs. Miami (3/9)

Prior to UCF

-Part of coach Mike Harper’s battery at South Fork High School -Won the 2009 5A state title with South Fork, including a regional quarterfinal that saw him hit two home runs, one from each side of the plate -Selected to the 2009 Florida Class 5A All-State Third Team -Earned the team’s MVP award as a senior by hitting .407 with 14 RBI and 14 stolen bases -Also was the team’s MVP and the St. Lucie County Baseball Classic MVP as a junior -Hit .403 with 11 RBI and seven stolen bases during his junior season, while also throwing out 90 percent of would-be base stealers -The Bulldogs were the 5A state runner-up in 2008 -Earned the Bulldog Award and was part of the .300 club as a sophomore

Personal -Son of Jeffrey and Deborah Breen -Has one brother, Kevin -An interpersonal/organizational communication major

HR 5 1 6

RBI 29 26 55

BB 23 17 40

SO 31 29 60

HBP 4 2 6

SF-SH 2-0 1-0 3-0

SB-ATT 11-14 2-3 13-17

Ryan Breen

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#32 Bryan Brown Sr. - RHP - 6-0/215 - Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs 2011

-Wrapped up junior year with a 2-1 record with a 4.80 ERA in 16 appearances and one start -Struck out 25 in 30.0 innings, giving up only six extra-base hits -Held right-handed hitters to a .212 average, and kept opponents to a .206 average with two outs -Looked strong in the NCAA Regionals, retiring all six batters he faced, striking out two, vs. Bethune-Cookman (6/4), and then picked up another strikeout in 1.1 innings vs. Alabama the following day -In all, tossed 3.1 scoreless innings in the NCAA Tournament, striking out three and surrendering only one hit with no walks -Did not give up a hit in a scoreless inning vs. B-CU (5/11) -In his first start of the year, went 5.0 innings with just two runs allowed on five hits for the victory at USF (5/3) -Had a perfect inning on the hill against Florida (4/20) -Struck out three in 4.2 innings at ECU (4/15) -Recorded a scoreless inning of relief at Florida (4/5) -Remarkable out of the pen to get the win over Columbia (3/18), going 5.0 innings with seven strikeouts and no walks, giving up just one earned run on five hits -Struck out one in an inning of work at B-CU (2/22) -Pitched a perfect inning of relief against Siena (2/20), striking out one

2010

-Made a huge jump from year one to year two, posting a 4.81 ERA which, was the second-lowest on the staff -Finished with a 2-2 record in 23 games and one start -Struck out 30 batters in 48.2 innings, holding left-handed hitters to a .250 average -Earned the start in game one at Tulane (5/20), striking out three in 3.1 innings -Pitched 3.2 scoreless innings with just two hits against vs. JU (5/11) -Worked 4.0 relief innings, giving UCF the chance to come back from a 7-0 deficit in a win vs. Memphis (4/30) -Threw only 10 pitches to retire all three batters he faced at Marshall (4/25) -Surrendered only one earned run and struck out two in 4.1 innings vs. Rice (4/16) -Struck out one in a scoreless inning vs. Stetson (4/13) -Kept Houston (3/27) scoreless in 3.2 innings of work -Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings at Stetson (3/17) -Earned the win in UCF’s second-straight game, completing 3.0 innings of scoreless ball with two strikeouts vs. Duquesne (3/2) -Grabbed the win with 2.0 innings of relief and a strikeout vs. Siena (2/28) -Looked sharp in 2.0 scoreless innings at Florida (2/24), striking out one -Collected four strikeouts in 3.0 innings of work vs. Savannah State (2/20)

Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

ERA 8.71 4.81 4.80 6.15

W-L 1-8 2-2 2-1 5-11

APP 21 23 16 60

GS 7 1 1 9

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0

Bryan Brown

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2009

Prior to UCF

-Recorded the second-most innings of the freshman class, hurling 41.1 frames and posting a 1-8 record and an 8.71 ERA -Made 21 appearances with seven starts, striking out 24 -Strong vs. Houston (5/16), working 3.0 shutout innings with a strikeout, no walks and just three hits against -Secured first collegiate win by pitching 2.0 hitless innings in relief at Stetson (5/12) -Fanned two in a scoreless inning vs. Marshall (5/1) -Did not allow an earned run while sitting down two on strikes in 3.0 innings vs. Stetson (4/21) -Struck out three in 2.1 scoreless innings to preserve the win over Tulane (4/10) -Hurled a scoreless eighth inning vs. UNF (4/1) -Earned first start, going 3.1 innings with a strikeout vs. Northern Iowa (3/14) -Tossed 2.1 innings of relief vs. Monmouth (3/7) -Fanned the only batter he faced at LSU (3/1) -Made first collegiate appearance against VCU (2/23)

-A 2008 all-state team member at Winter Springs High School, playing for head coach Jeff Perez -Lettered three seasons at WSHS, serving as a pitcher and a first baseman -Tossed three no-hitters en route to a 5-1 record as a senior -Had a 1.26 ERA with 58 strikeouts in 44.1 innings, and hit .299 with a .982 fielding percentage -As a junior, went 6-0 in nine appearances with six starts, tossing two complete-game shutouts -Gave up one earned run in 38.0 innings for a 0.18 ERA -Struck out 42 batters while walking just eight -At the plate, hit .279 with 18 RBI -Played for Chet Lemon’s Juice AAU national championship team

Personal

-Born in Lawrenceville, N.J. -Son of Steven and Patricia Brown -Father played baseball at Princeton -Has three brothers, Adam, Stew and Greg -Major is interdisciplinary studies with a minor in hospitality management

IP 41.1 48.2 30.0 120.0

H 64 62 32 158

R 46 38 19 103

ER 40 26 16 82

BB 18 25 14 57

SO 23 30 25 78

Matt Collins

#30 Nick Carrillo Jr. - UTIL - 6-3/220 - Phoenix, Ariz./Central Ariz. Prior to UCF

-Played two seasons at Central Arizona Community College for head coach Jon Wente -Led his team to the 2011 Junior College World Series Championship Game -Named to the 2011 Junior College World Series All-Tournament Team after hitting .409 in the series with 10 runs scored -Played for head coach Jeff Baumgartner at Sandra Day O’Connor High School, earning four letters as a catcher, pitcher, first baseman and outfielder -Three-time all-region first team selection -Three-time member of the Arizona Republic All-State Team -Garnered Arizona Baseball Coaches Association All-State Second Team accolades as a senior, while also being named to the All-Star Team

-In 2008, was named to the All-West Valley Baseball Team, All-Phoenix Baseball Team and was also a member of the Rawlings/Perfect Game Preseason West Region All-High School Senior Team -Tied the 5A state record and set O’Connor HS record with three home runs in a single game -Placed second in the 2008 Power Showcase International Home Run Derby at Tropicana Field -Hit the “Longest Home Run” at the event with a 476-foot dinger

Personal -Born in Glendale, Ariz. -Son of Larry and Karen Carrillo -Major is interdisciplinary studies

#43 Matt Collins Sr. - RHP - 6-5/210 - DeLand, Fla./Daytona State College 2011

-Saw time in 11 games with two starts, and did not allow a run in eight of those appearances -Posted a 2.70 ERA with 13 strikeouts in 13.1 innings -Struck out the only batter he faced at UAB (5/15) -Had one strikeout in a scoreless inning vs. B-CU (5/11) -Earned a strikeout in a scoreless inning at USF (5/3) -Struck out one in a scoreless inning at Florida (4/5) -Tossed 1.1 hitless innings of relief with a strikeout at Rice (3/26) -Started game two vs. Dartmouth (3/5) and went 2.0 scoreless innings, striking out one -Worked 4.1 innings in his UCF debut vs. Siena (2/19), allowing just one run, not walking a batter and striking out six

Prior to UCF

-Played for coach Tim Touma at Daytona State College, posting a 4.33 ERA with 28 strikeouts in 43.2 innings in 2010 -Pitched for DeLand High School and head coach Ric Sperling -Notched a 6-1 record with a 1.89 ERA as a senior, issuing just two walks in 37 innings of work -Went 4-1 with a 1.81 ERA during his sophomore year, and hit .335 with 25 RBI as a junior -Helped guide DeLand to a runner-up finish in the 2007 6A state tournament, and the final four in 2006 -Part of three-straight AAU national championship squads from 1998-00

Personal

-Son of Michael and Kim Collins -Has one brother, Kevin, and one sister, Courtney -Major is interdisciplinary studies with a minor in heath sciences

-Spent the summer of 2010 with the Willmar Stingers of the Northwoods League

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

ERA 2.70 2.70

W-L 0-1 0-1

APP 11 11

GS 2 2

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 13.1 13.1

H 19 19

#37 Gregg Cooke

R 5 5

ER 4 4

BB 3 3

SO 13 13

RS So. - RHP - 6-7/200 - Tampa, Fla./Sickles 2011

-Did not make an appearance on the mound

2010

-Did not see game action, earning a redshirt

Prior to UCF

-Played for coach Bob Pagano at Sickles High School -Had a career record of 12-9, striking out 153 in 145.0 innings, walking only 56 and holding opposing hitters to a .216 average -Did not allow a homer or a triple during his senior season -A 6A all-state honorable mention selection as a junior after hurling two no-hitters and completing the year with a 2.92 ERA and 59 strikeouts compared to just 19 walks -Named to the Tampa Tribune and St. Pete Times All-Hillsborough County Team following his junior campaign

-Received the school’s Golden Arm Award as a sophomore by posting a 2.47 ERA and 39 strikeouts -Named the Tampa Tribune Swimmer of the Year by claiming district titles in the 50 and 100 freestyle as well as the state championship in the 50 free as a junior -Participated in the 2009 Rays High School All-Star Classic in June -Attended the East Coast Professional Showcase in Lakeland during the summer of 2008 -Also attended the Diamond Club in Winter Haven in fall 2008

Personal

-Son of Curtis and Jan Cooke -Father played basketball and ran track at Bethany College in Kansas -Has one sister, Katrina -Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication with a minor in marketing

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#18 Chase Darhower Fr. - IF - 6-4/210 - Niceville, Fla./Niceville Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Gerry McDermott at Niceville High School, earning three letters as an infielder and a pitcher -Two-time Under Armour Preseason AllAmerica selection -Two-time Perfect Game Underclassman Preseason All-America High Honorable Mention honoree -Rawlings Preseason Florida All-Region Second Team honoree in 2011 -As a senior, hit .328 with eight doubles, five home runs and 20 RBI in 26 games played -Also earned two letters in football as a strong safety and outside linebacker -In 2011, was named an all-area honorable-mention pick -Was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and received the Anne T. Mitchell All-County High Honor Award

Personal

-Born in Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. -Son of Rob and Stacey Darhower -Has one sister, Meghan, who played softball at Michigan State -Major is undecided

#39 Alex Friedrich Sr. - OF - 5-11/185 - Orlando, Fla./University 2011

-Appeared in 29 games with one start, serving mostly as a pinch-runner and a defensive substitute -Limited in the second half of the season due to an injury -Scored five runs, drove in one and was 2-for-2 on the bases during the year -Scored twice, stole a base and laid down a sac bunt vs. Siena (2/20) -Debuted vs. Siena (2/19) and came off the bench to produce a single and scored a run

2010

-Proved to be a very reliable utility outfielder, going .295 at the plate with 10 RBI and 14 runs -Also hit two doubles, a triple and two homers while swiping six bases -Laid down three sac bunts in 23 games -Produced a 3-for-4 night at JU (5/12), driving in a pair, scoring a run and finished with a triple, sac bunt and a stolen base -Drove in three runs on two hits and scored a run at FAU (5/4) -Led off the eighth with a solo homer to give UCF a 5-3 lead in a win at Miami (3/23) -Combined to go 5-for-9 (.556) with three runs, one RBI, two HBP and four stolen bases in the Presbyterian series (3/19-21) -Doubled and scored a run while making a highlight-reel diving catch in center at Stetson (3/17) -Started twice while playing all three games vs. Hartford (3/13-14), finishing 5-for-13 with six runs, three RBI, a double and his first-collegiate homer

Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

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AVG. .227 .295 .083 .253

G-GS 14-6 23-14 29-1 66-21

AB 22 61 12 95

R 8 14 5 27

H 5 18 1 24

2B 1 2 0 3

3B 0 1 0 1

2009 -Saw time in 14 games as a walk-on, making six starts -Batted .227 with five hits, a double, eight runs and three RBI -Brought in a pair on a double and scored twice at UAB (4/24) -Started first game vs. Monmouth (3/8), posting two hits and two runs -Got first taste of collegiate baseball vs. Monmouth (3/7), going 1-for-2

Prior to UCF -Four-year letterwinner on the baseball and football teams at University High -Played for baseball coach Rodney Beatty -Batted .371 with 27 RBI and 38 runs as a senior, winning the Golden Glove Award -Finished junior year with a .387 average, 24 RBI and 36 runs, while earning the Varsity Best Hitter Award as a sophomore -Rushed for over 1,000 yards on the gridiron in 2007, and was a recipient of the Downtown Athletic Club Offensive Player of the Week during the year -MVP of the football team as a junior, most outstanding defensive back in 2005 and the team MVP on the freshman squad

Personal -Born in Orlando, Fla. -Son of Jeffrey and Lisa Friedrich -Has two sisters, Jessica and Megan -Majoring in business management

HR 0 2 0 2

RBI 3 10 1 14

BB 3 7 1 11

SO 4 17 6 27

HBP 3 2 0 5

SF-SH 1-0 0-3 0-1 1-4

SB-ATT 0-1 6-7 2-2 8-10

#36 Ray Hanson Jr. - RHP - 6-7/225 - Long Beach, Calif./Cypress College 2011

-One of four Knights to start at least 10 games, making 11 total starts in 14 appearances -Collected a 4-2 record with a 3.47 ERA, one complete game and 35 strikeouts in 57.0 innings -Held righties to a .233 average at the plate, and kept opponents to a .210 batting average with two outs -Grabbed the win by holding Stetson (5/17) to just two runs on three hits while striking out three -Blanked FAU (4/19) with 6.0 shutout innings, striking out five for the win -Struck out four and did not walk a batter in 5.0 innings vs. Southern Miss (4/3) -Limited Columbia (3/20) to one earned run on four hits in 7.0 innings, striking out one for the win -Tossed a complete-game, six-hitter in a win over Wagner (3/13), not walking a batter, giving up one run on six hits, striking out four and not allowing a runner to reach second base in the final eight innings -Worked 7.0-shutout innings of three-hit ball in a no-decision vs. Mount St. Mary’s (3/8), striking out four -Struck out one in 1.2 scoreless innings of relief in game two vs. Dartmouth (3/5) -Struck out five and allowed one run in 4.1 innings vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2/26) -Made his UCF debut in the finale vs. Siena (2/20), striking out three in 4.2 innings

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 47th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants -Ranked No. 172 nationally and No. 30 in the state of California by Perfect Game in 2008 -Finished JUCO career with the third-highest wins in Cypress College history, playing under head coach Scott Pickler

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

ERA 3.47 3.47

W-L 4-2 4-2

APP 14 14

GS 11 11

CG 1 1

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

-Elected to the Cypress College Baseball Hall of Fame -Selected to the All-Orange Empire Conference Second Team with a 6-3 record and 68 strikeouts in 2010 -Team MVP as a freshman after going 11-1 with a 3.74 ERA, sitting down 65 on strikes in 77 innings -Named to the All-Orange Empire Conference First Team in 2009 -2009 ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Team -Signed with Arizona State out of high school -Played for coach Andy Hall at Wilson High School in Long Beach, Calif. -Went 18-2 during his career, posting a 0.73 ERA in his final season -2008 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American -Helped lead Wilson to the California Interscholastic Federation finals as a senior -Wilson claimed the CIF and Baseball America national championship titles during Hanson’s junior year -Named the team’s pitcher of the year in 2006 -Won the 2007 World Wood Bat National Championship with the Braves Scout Team, and the 2007 Connie Mack World Series title with the Midland Redskins (Ohio) -A 2007 Team USA Junior National Team alternate

Personal

-Born in Los Alamitos, Calif. -Son of Robert and Stephanie Hanson -Has one brother, Richard -Major is interdisciplinary studies with a minor in heath sciences

IP 57.0 57.0

H 54 54

R 24 24

ER 22 22

BB 20 20

SO 35 35

#3 Spencer Haynes RS Fr. - IF - 5-11/170 - Valrico, Fla./Brandon 2011

-Did not see game action, earning a redshirt

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 43rd round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics -Three-year varsity captain for coach Matt Stallbaumer at Brandon High School -Named the BHS Defensive Player of the Year at shortstop his final three seasons -Selected to the 2010 All-Western Conference First Team after going .309 at the plate with 16 RBI, 34 runs, 10 stolen bases, six doubles and a pair of homers -Earned a spot on the conference’s first team in 2009 with a .358 average, 25 RBI, 36 runs, 17 steals and two home runs -An all-county honoree as a sophomore, notching a .283 average, 19 RBI, 14 runs and three homers

-Helped guide Brandon to the 2008 FHSAA 5A Final Four after claiming district and regional titles -Led BHS to the 2008 Saladino Tournament title -Played shortstop for Chet Lemon’s Juice travel squad in 2009 -Helped the Bullets Baseball club to the 2007 and 2009 IBC World Series championships -Named to the 2007, 2008 and 2009 IBC World Series All-Tournament Team

Personal -Born in Tampa, Fla. -Son of Bart and Catrina Haynes -Has one sister, Rayanne -Majoring in psychology

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#12 Erik Hempe Sr. - OF - 6-1/195 - Anaheim, Calif./Cypress College 2011

-Started 51 games as a junior, all in right field, and posted a .307 average and a .984 fielding percentage -Racked up 15 doubles, seven homers, 29 RBI and 34 runs -Also had a .497 slugging percentage and hit .600 with the bases juiced -Busted out for three hits with a RBI against Alabama in the NCAA Regionals (6/5) -Had a key two-run homer to break the game open in a three-RBI day vs. Memphis in the C-USA Championship (5/25) -Homered, scored two runs and stole a base vs. Marshall (5/20) -Amassed 10 total bases on three doubles and a two-run homer at Stetson (5/17) -Crushed a 10th-inning grand slam in game two, was 3-for-5 in the finale and went 7-for-14 with six RBI overall in the series at UAB (5/13-15) -Came through with two key hits while driving in two runs at FSU (5/7) -Completed the USF game (5/3) by going 3-for-4 with a double, RBI and SB -Amassed three hits including two doubles and drove in four at Memphis (4/23) -In the Florida game (4/20), went 2-for-4 with a run -Scored twice in the first game at ECU (4/15), and banged out a pair of hits in game two (4/16) -Produced three hits and scored a run vs. Tulane (4/9) -Homered in the fourth inning against Tulane (4/8) -Crushed a solo homer that tied UF (4/5) in the fifth inning -Pounded out three hits with two RBI, a double and a stolen base vs. Stetson (3/29) -Finished the Rice series (3/25-27) by hitting .333 with three runs scored, two RBI and a double -Busted out for three hits including two doubles and scored two runs vs. Columbia (3/19) -Posted two hits with a double vs. Columbia (3/18) -Delivered a solo homer and went 2-for-4 with two RBI vs. BC (3/9)

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

AVG. .307 .307

G-GS 51-51 51-51

AB 189 189

R 34 34

H 58 58

2B 15 15

3B 0 0

Erik Hempe

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Prior to UCF

-Spent two seasons with Cypress College and head coach Scott Pickler -A first team all-California and a second-team all-conference selection after hitting .357 with 15 homers and 51 RBI in 2010 -Posted a .301 average with three dingers and nine doubles as a freshman at Cypress -Competed for Katella High School and coaches Carlos Ayala and Jimmy Valverde -Earned the Empire Conference Offensive Player of the Year award his final two years at Katella -Finished senior year with a .386 mark at the plate, banging out 14 doubles and four triples -Played in the 2008 California North/South All-Star Game -Hit .421 with 12 doubles and six triples while collecting five saves as a junior -Before hitting .301 as a sophomore, helped Katella to the California Interscholastic Federation title during his freshman year where he went .333 at the plate as well as holding a 1.75 ERA -Played football for three seasons, amassing at least 25 tackles each year

Personal -Born in Santa Ana, Calif. -Son of Kurt and Kim Hempe -Has one sister, Jenna -Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication

HR 7 7

RBI 29 29

BB 14 14

SO 43 43

HBP 6 6

SF-SH 0-1 0-1

SB-ATT 4-6 4-6

D.J. Hicks

#42 D.J. Hicks RS Jr. - IF/RHP - 6-5/250 - Altamonte Springs, Fla./Lake Brantley 2011

-Named a semifinalist for the NCBWA Dick Howser Trophy, which is handed out to the nation’s top player -Selected to the NCBWA All-America Third Team -Voted onto the All-C-USA Second Team and the C-USA All-Tournament Team -Earned a spot on the Tallahassee Regional All-Tournament Team -Led UCF with a .351 average, and collected 14 homers, 11 doubles, 66 RBI, 42 runs, a .583 slugging percentage and a .428 on-base percentage -Also had seven sacrifice flies, 133 total bases and 35 walks -Hit .351 in C-USA games with a team-high 23 RBI -Paced all C-USA hitters in RBI and also ranked in the top five in average, slugging, homers, hits and total bases -Batted .380 vs. left-handed pitchers, .381 with runners on base and .395 with runners in scoring position -Homered in a two-hit, two-RBI day vs. Alabama in the NCAA Regionals (6/5) -Totaled four hits with a pair of RBI and three runs vs. B-CU in the NCAA Regionals (6/4) -Racked up three hits with two RBI vs. Rice in the C-USA Championship (5/27) -Belted out a three-run opposite-field homer in a two-hit day at Stetson (5/17) -Finished the finale by going 4-for-6, and went 7-for-16 overall with five RBI in the series at UAB (5/13-15) -Drilled a two-run homer to right-center at FSU (5/7) -Went on a 10-game hitting streak (4/17-5/3) -Named Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week, NCBWA Hitter of the Week and C-USA Hitter of the Week by going 10-for-21 with three homers and 13 RBI vs. FAU, UF and Memphis (4/19-24) -In the series at Memphis, had two dingers including the game-winning grand slam in the seventh inning of game two -Homered against Florida (4/20) -Amassed six RBI with two doubles and a single vs. FAU (4/19) -Gave UCF the comeback 8-7 win with a two-run homer in the eighth and a two-run walk-off single in the ninth vs. Tulane (4/10) -Got the win by pitching the eighth inning at Florida (4/5) -Homered in a two-hit game vs. USM (4/2) -Sent a solo homer over the center-field wall vs. Columbia (3/19) -Cranked out a pair of homers against USF (3/15) -Went on a 13-game hitting streak from Feb. 19-March 12 -Crushed a two-run homer vs. Wagner (3/12) -Was 2-for-2 with a double and pitched a perfect ninth vs. MSM (3/8) -In game one vs. Dartmouth (3/5), was 2-for-4 with two RBI at the plate and tossed the final three innings for a save, striking out seven -Pounded out two doubles in a three-hit day vs. Alabama (2/27), scoring twice and stealing a base

2010

-Earned a medical redshirt -Played in six games overall with five starts from March 2-13 -Drove in a pair of runs on a base hit vs. CMU (3/7) -Made first 2010 appearance vs. Duquesne (3/2), notching a double, RBI and run scored -Sat out the first seven games with an injury

2009

-Ended with a .301 average, driving in 32 and scoring 28 runs while racking up 17 extra-base hits -Had a .516 slugging percentage and hit .342 in C-USA games -Toeing the rubber, closed out freshman year by holding a 6.79 ERA in 25 appearances and two starts -Posted a 4-5 record with three saves, striking out 31 and walking just 16 in 51.2 innings, which was the third-most IP on the staff -Went 2-for-3 with a homer and walk vs. ECU in the C-USA Championship (5/20) -Held Houston scoreless in 3.1 relief innings (5/15) -Posted two hits with two RBI, a run and a double at Rice (5/8) -Drove in five on two homers, including a grand slam, and also earned the win with 2.0 shutout innings of relief vs. Stetson (5/6) -Crushed a three-run homer in a four-RBI game vs. Marshall (5/1) -Went 3-for-4 with a homer at the plate all while earning a three-inning save at UAB (4/26) -Two homers brought in five runs and erased a 3-0 deficit vs. USF (4/28), then came in and got the save -Set a UCF record with six runs scored at UAB (4/24) -In that game with the Blazers, went 5-for-6 with four RBI and his first D-I homer -Earned the win with 3.0 innings and two strikeouts vs. Stetson (4/21) -Strong in relief vs. FGCU (4/15), going 6.2 with four strikeouts, no walks and just two runs against -Grabbed the win on the mound with 2.0 scoreless innings with one strikeout at Memphis (4/5) -Tossed the final 2.0 innings, giving up just one hit to earn the save vs. Monmouth (3/8) -Secured first win on the mound by pitching 1.1 innings of relief vs. Monmouth (3/6)

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 49th round of the 2008 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants -Named the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Player of the Year in 2008 by leading Lake Brantley High School to the Class 6A state championship -Played for head coach Mike Smith -Went 5-0 as a senior, picking up a win in the state semifinals and a save in the state title game -In the box, had a .475 average with 13 home runs -Invited to the 18-U USA Tournament of Stars -Was a 2007 Louisville Slugger High School Preaseason All-American in 2007 -Named Class 6A all-state honorable mention by the Florida Sports Writers Association in 2007 -Competed for the USA Baseball Youth National Team in 2006, which went 9-0 for the gold medal in the COPABE `AA’ Youth Pan Am Championships -Was selected to the 2006 WWBA World Championship All-Prospect Team -Hit .346 in eight starts with Team USA, posting three homers and 14 RBI while not making an error in 61 chances -Batted .485 as a junior for Lake Brantley -Also was a first-team all-conference honoree in basketball in 2008

Personal -Born in Orlando, Fla. -Son of Daniel and Dori Hicks -Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication

-C-USA All-Freshman Team selection -Finished the year as UCF’s designated hitter and one of its primary relief arms -At the plate, took off beginning April 3, going .349 during the final 29 games with eight doubles and eight homers

Career Hitting Statistics Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .301 .111 .351 .321

G-GS 43-41 6-5 61-60 110-106

AB 153 18 228 399

R 28 1 42 71

H 46 2 80 128

2B 9 1 11 21

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 8 0 14 22

RBI 32 3 66 101

BB 20 2 35 57

SO 32 2 49 83

HBP 2 0 1 3

SF-SH 0-0 2-0 7-1 9-1

Year 2009 2011 Totals

ERA 6.79 8.03 7.03

W-L 4-5 2-1 6-6

APP 25 12 37

GS 2 0 2

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

SV 3 1 4

IP 51.2 12.1 64.0

H 68 19 87

R 53 12 65

ER 39 11 50

BB 16 2 18

SO 31 14 45

Career Pitching Statistics

SB-ATT 1-1 0-0 1-2 2-3

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#33 Harrison Hukari Fr. - LHP - 6-6/240 - St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Stefan Futch at St. Petersburg High School, earning four letters as a pitcher and first baseman -Participated in the WWBA World Championship in Jupiter, Fla., as a senior -Went 5-5 with a 3.59 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 60 innings pitched -As a junior, hit .312 with nine doubles, two home runs and 18 RBI -Won the 18u BCS Finals tournament with the St. Louis Pirates in 2009, pitching a no-hitter during the event

Personal

-Born in St. Louis, Mo. -Son of Scott and Kim Hukari -Has three brothers, Hunter, Hayes and Heath -His mother, Kim, played field hockey at Richmond and was an alternate for the Olympic team -Majoring in history

#15 Dale Irving Fr. - C - 5-11/190 - Lynn Haven, Fla./Mosley Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Todd Harless at Mosley High School, earning four letters as a catcher -2011 Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-State selection for hitting .425 with five home runs and 33 RBI -Also named all-county for the third-straight season -Named MHS’s Most Valuable Player as both a junior and senior -Earn an invitation to the Under Armour Preseason All-America Tournament in 2011 -Named the top prospect in Pensacola by Baseball Factory

Austin Johnston

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-Twice named to the Academic All-State Team -Hit .431 with four home runs and 26 RBI as a junior -Earned an invitation to the 2010 East Coast Pro Showcase in Jackson, Miss. -Garnered his team’s Gold Glove Award in his sophomore campaign -Also earned two letters in football -Was a member of the BETA Club and National Honor Society

Personal -Born in Travis Air Force Base, Calif. -Son of Mark and Rachel Irving -Has one sister, Mari -Majoring in mechanical engineering

Ben Lively

#5 Austin Johnston Jr. - IF - 6-2/205 - Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven 2011

-Made five starts in 18 games played, scoring five runs and banging out two doubles -Had a sac bunt, walked and scored a run vs. B-CU (5/11) -Produced a single and scored a run vs. FAU

(4/19) -Walked twice, stole a base and scored a run vs. Maine (3/2) -Notched a double and scored a run at B-CU (2/22) -Doubled with a RBI, run and two walks vs. Siena (2/20)

2010

-After earning the starting second base job in spring camp, took advantage by making 49 starts in 50 total games played -Dazzled defensively with a .961 fielding percentage -Hit .266 at the dish and paced all C-USA freshmen with 15 HBP and 12 sac bunts -Those 12 sacrifices ranked in the top-five in UCF single-season history -Amassed 12 doubles, three homers, 20 RBI and 31 runs scored -Was 4-for-9 in the Tulane series (5/20-22) with two RBI, a walk, HBP, sac bunt, sac fly and a stolen base, and went 22-for-22 in chances at second base -A perfect 2-for-2 with two walks, a sacrifice and a double at FAU (5/4) -Cranked out a two-out, two-run homer in a two-hit game against Rice (4/18) -Came through with two hits, two runs and two RBI vs. UAB (4/2) -Produced the game-winning RBI on a two-out, two-run single in the eighth at B-CU (3/31) -Homered in a two-hit game against B-CU (3/30)

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .266 .182 .257

G-GS 50-49 18-5 68-54

AB 169 22 191

R 31 5 36

H 45 4 49

2B 12 2 14

3B 0 0 0

-Completed the Houston series (3/26-28) by going 5-for-10 with two runs and a stolen base -Was 2-for-3 with a run and RBI vs. Presbyterian (3/21) -Cranked out a pair of hits while driving in three vs. Hartford (3/14) -Opened the year on a six-game hitting streak (2/19-27) -Doubled twice and scored a run vs. Siena (2/26) -Added two hits and scored a run at Florida (2/24) -Had a key solo homer in a two-hit game vs. Savannah State (2/21) -Went 1-for-2 with a run, walk and two HBP vs. Savannah State (2/20) -Doubled twice and scored a run in the season-opener vs. Savannah State (2/19)

Prior to UCF

-Played for coach David Saliba at Winter Haven High School and was a teammate of UCF pitcher Joe Rogers -Completed senior year with a .300 average -Earned 2008 Class 5A All-State Honorable Mention honors, as well as Second Team All-East Polk County -Hit .430 with a homer, 17 RBI and 36 runs scored during his junior year -Named first team all-county after going .440 at the plate as a sophomore -Also lettered in basketball -Member of the Chet Lemon’s Juice AAU club, and helped his travel team claim the Summer 2008 Under Armour Tournament title

Personal -Son of Bill and Gayle Johnston -Has three brothers, Billy, Luke and Brock -Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication

HR 3 0 3

RBI 20 1 21

#19 Ben Lively

BB 23 8 31

SO 46 10 56

HBP 15 0 15

SF-SH 2-12 1-1 3-13

SB-ATT 4-6 1-1 5-7

So. - RHP - 6-4/205 - Gulf Breeze, Fla./Gulf Breeze 2011

-Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team -Won his first-five collegiate starts, and finished the 2011 campaign with a 5-1 record and a 5.05 ERA -Tossed one complete game in 10 starts, while appearing in 16 games overall -Struck out 41 in 57.0 innings, and held righties to a .231 average -Handled Marshall (5/19) with 4.2 shutout innings of relief, striking out four and giving up just two hits -Fanned one in 1.2 scoreless relief innings vs. Houston (4/29) -Struck out eight in 6.0 innings but did not get a decision vs. Tulane (4/9) -Did not get a decision after 5.2 innings with three runs against and two strikeouts vs. No. 20 Southern Miss (4/1) -Grabbed the win at No. 23 Rice (3/25) in his first Friday start, lasting 5.2 innings with two runs on four hits and eight walks -Moved to 4-0 after a 6-inning win over Columbia (3/19), limiting the Lions to three hits while striking out five -Became the first UCF freshman since 2006 to toss a complete game, and the first Knight overall since 2008 to record a nine-inning complete game, when he defeated Wagner (3/12) with a four-hitter, allowing just one run and no walks while striking out 10 -Tossed 6.0-shutout innings with three strikeouts and four hits against in an 8-0 victory vs. Dartmouth (3/5, game one) -Made first start vs. Alabama (2/27), and promptly went 5.0 innings for the

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

ERA 5.05 5.05

W-L 5-1 5-1

APP 16 16

GS 10 10

CG 1 1

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

win, striking out two and not allowing an earned run -In his collegiate debut, struck out two in a perfect inning at B-CU (2/22)

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 26th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Cleveland Indians -Ranked No. 235 nationally and No. 38 in the state of Florida by Perfect Game in 2010 -Played for coach Randy Renfroe and Gulf Breeze High School, lettering three years on the mound and at third base -Helped Gulf Breeze to the Class 4A regional each of his last two years -Tossed over 143 innings during his high school career, posting a 14-4 record with eight saves and a 1.41 ERA -Struck out 182 and walked just 48 at the varsity level -Competed in the 2010 Pensacola Sports Association All-Star Game -Suited up for the Florida Bombers from 2009-10, guiding the team to the World Wood Bat title in Atlanta in 2010 -Tossed a no-hitter in 2008 for the Dynamic Elite travel squad -Also lettered in football (quarterback, wide receiver) and basketball (forward)

Personal

-Born in Pensacola, Fla. -Son of Robert and Ginny Lively -Has one sister, Emily -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in coaching

IP 57.0 57.0

H 54 54

R 37 37

ER 32 32

BB 34 34

SO 41 41

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#35 Roman Madrid Jr. - RHP - 6-1/200 - Victoria, Texas/McLennan CC Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 44th round by the Cleveland Indians in 2009 as a catcher -Played for head coach Pete Mejia at McLennan Community College where he was named first team all-conference as a closer -Earned four letters under head coach Manuel Alvarado at Victoria Memorial High School -Garnered all-state third team accolades, as well as first team all-district and first team all-area honors as a third baseman in 2009

-Named the team’s MVP three seasons (2006, 2008, 2009) -As a junior, was a second team all-district selection as a catcher and a first team all-area pick as a designated hitter

Personal

-Born in Hobbs, N.M. -Son of Rick and Nancy Madrid -Has two sisters, Nia and Natalia -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in coaching

#27 Jeramy Matos Jr. - OF - 6-2/210 - Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach State College Prior to UCF

-Attended Palm Beach College where he played under head coach Alex Morales -Played in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League and led it with 13 home runs, while finishing second in batting average (.346) and third in RBI (34) -Graduated from American Heritage High School in Lake Worth, Fla. -Was a four-year baseball player and three-time district team champion -Tied the school’s all-time RBI record -Played football and basketball his first two years in high school (tight end, defensive end, post/center in basketball)

Personal -Born in Coral Springs, Fla. -Son of Ralph and Monique Matos -Majoring in criminal justice

#41 Chris Matulis RS Jr. - LHP - 6-6/245 - Boynton Beach, Fla./LSU 2011

-Sat out the year due to transfer rules

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 47th round of the 2008 MLB Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays -Ranked No. 350 nationally and No. 51 in the state of Florida by Perfect Game in 2008 -In two years at LSU, combined to go 11-5 in 25 games including 15 starts -Made eight starts and 12 appearances in 2010, going 5-3 with a 5.33 ERA, striking out 36 in 54.0 innings -Completed his freshman year with a 6-2 record, the third-highest wins on the staff -Saw time in 13 games with seven starts in 2009 for the national-champion Tigers, boasting a 4.82 ERA with 39 strikeouts in 46.2 innings -Pitched for coach Larry Greenstein at Park Vista High School -2008 Max Preps First Team All-American

Career Statistics - at LSU Year 2009 2010 Totals

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ERA 4.82 5.33 5.11

W-L 6-2 5-3 11-5

APP 13 12 25

GS 7 8 15

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

-2008 South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Palm Beach Post Player of the Year -A first-team all-state and first-conference honoree in 2008 -Went 10-0 with a 0.41 ERA in 67.2 innings as a senior, amassing seven shutouts -Struck out 96 with 28 walks in 2008, and held opponents to a .140 batting average -Finished junior year with a 3-2 record and a 1.29 ERA, went 6-2 with a 2.25 ERA as a sophomore and had a 1.09 ERA with three saves as a freshman

Personal

-Born in Plantation, Fla. -Son of Michael and Judy Matulis -Has three brothers, Stephen, Michael and Matt -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in interpersonal/ organizational communication

IP 46.2 54.0 100.2

H 54 57 111

R 27 35 62

ER 25 32 57

BB 15 31 46

SO 39 36 75

#28 Shawn McDorman Jr. - RHP - 6-2/200 - Niceville, Fla./Pensacola College Prior to UCF

- Attended Pensacola State College for two years - Graduated from Niceville High School in 2009

#44 Ryan Meyer Fr. - RHP - 6-6/195 - Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 32nd round by the Baltimore Orioles in 2011 -Played for head coach Harold Hitt at Oviedo High School, earning four letters as a pitcher -Earned the Jack Blanton Award and Scholarship as a senior -Named to the 2011 Florida All-Region First Team and was invited to play in the all-star game -Was twice named a National Underclass Honorable Mention selection, before being picked for the second team in 2010

-Earned an invitation to the 2010 East Coast Pro Showcase -Was also a member of the National Honor Society -Played summer ball for the Orlando Scorpions, where team was Junior Olympic Champions, BCS Champions and WWBA World Champions -Also played in the Down Under Goodwill Series in Australia

Personal -Born in Hagerstown, Md. -Son of Mike and Tere Meyer -Has one brother, Doug -Plans to major in athletic training

#11 Garrett Nuss Fr. - RHP - 6-2/195 - Sorrento, Fla./Mount Dora

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 32nd round by the New York Yankees in 2011 -Played for head coach Frank Scott at Mount Dora High School, earning four letters as a pitcher and first baseman -Rawlings All-America First Team -Rawlings All-Region First Team -All-Central Florida Baseball First Team -Led Mount Dora to the state final for the first time in school history in 2011 -Went 11-1 on the mound with a 0.86 ERA and 116 strikeouts in 66 innings pitched as a senior -Named to the 2011 PG National Top Prospect List and was ranked in the Top 100 by Baseball America

-Was the first high school pitcher to participate in the Central Florida Collegiate Summer League, where he led the league in strikeouts -Played summer ball for the Orlando Scorpions -Earned an invitation to the 2011 East Coast Pro Showcase -Participated in the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars and the WWBA World Championship and was a member of the Florida Diamond Club

Personal -Born in Winter Park, Fla. -Son of Gary Nuss and Darlene West -Has one brother, Jon Ahmad, and one sister, Jenna Ahmad -His uncle, Ed Nuss, played baseball for the Boston Red Sox -Major in undecided

#34 Jimmy Reed Jr. - LHP - 6-2/190 - Spokane, Wash./Skagit Valley College

Prior to UCF

-Played two seasons at Skagit Valley College for head coach Ben Silva -Posted a 4-2 record with a 1.98 ERA, 16 saves and 71 strikeouts -His 16 saves and 38 relief appearances were both program records -Selected to the NWAACC North Division First Team as a freshman and to the Second Team as a sophomore -Was also selected to the NWAACC All-Academic Team in 2011

-Earned two letters at Lewis and Clark High School under head coach Dexter Davis -Named to the 2011 All-Greater Spokane League First Team and helped lead his squad to the District 8 Championship -Garnered the NECA/IBEW Award for superior balance in athletics, academics and community involvement

Personal

-Born in Tacoma, Wash. -Son of Bill Reed and Cathy DeHart -Has three brothers, Scotty, Josh and Connor, and one sister, Amanda -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in marketing

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#2 Ronnie Richardson Jr. - OF/RHP - 5-8/180 - Eagle Lake, Fla./Lake Region 2011

-Started all 62 games in center field, and capped off the year with an eight-game hitting streak -Hit .312 at the dish with 12 doubles, four triples, two homers, 34 RBI and a team-high 59 runs -Walked 36 times, was hit by a pitch on 19 occasions, had a .440 on-base percentage and was 15-for-20 in stolen bases -Went 5-for-12 with the bases loaded and batted .423 with runners in scoring position -Homered with two hits and two RBI vs. Alabama (6/3) in the NCAA Regionals -A perfect 3-for-3 with three runs vs. Memphis in the C-USA Championship (5/25) -Hit one of four homers in the seventh inning vs. Marshall (5/21) -Scored three runs and had a key two-run double in the eighth vs. Marshall (5/20) -Hit .385 with four runs and four RBI in the UAB series (5/13-15) -Reached base five times including three hits and scored three runs at FSU (5/7) -Had a double in a three-hit day with two RBI and two runs at USF (5/3) -In the first two games at Memphis (4/22-23), combined to go 5-for-8 with two doubles and four runs -Scored twice, had a hit, a RBI and was hit twice vs. FAU (4/19) -In his first save situation, retired Florida’s 2-4 hitters in order including two strikeouts (4/5) -Struck out one in 0.2 innings, and was 1-for-3 at the plate vs. Stetson (3/29) -Produced a .455 average (5-for-11) in the Rice series (3/25-27), scoring three runs with a double, triple, two RBI, three walks and stolen base -Reached all four times including two hits and also stole a base vs. Columbia (3/19) -Drove in three and scored a pair of runs vs. Columbia (3/18) -Scored two runs, had a hit and a stolen base, and made his collegiate pitching debut with two strikeouts in a scoreless ninth vs. Wagner (3/11) -Finished the BC game (3/9) 2-for-4 with two runs and a RBI -Went on a 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 19-March 5 -In the DH vs. Dartmouth (3/5), was a combined 5-for-9 with two RBI and three runs -Went 2-for-4 with a double, stolen base, RBI and run vs. Dartmouth (3/4) -Produced three hits including a triple, drove in two and scored twice at South Alabama (2/25) -Was 3-for-5 with a triple and two runs at B-CU (2/22)

2010

-Made 45 starts in center field, and his quickness helped him post a .992 fielding percentage with three outfield assists -Batted .297 on the season with 49 hits, nine doubles, two triples and four homers -Led all C-USA freshmen at the end of the regular season with a .441 onbase percentage, and ranked second with 34 walks and 12 stolen bases -Also drove in 36 and scored 36 runs -Hit even better in C-USA games, going .309 with five stolen bases and 20 RBI -Connected for a three-run homer in a run-ruled win at Tulane (5/22/10) -Amassed three hits including a two-run homer in the ninth vs. Memphis (5/2) -Sparked the 7-0 comeback vs. Memphis (4/30) with a grand slam in the fifth -Was 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBI and a SB vs. Stetson (4/13) -Collected three hits and a RBI at USM (4/10)

Career Hitting Statistics

-Tripled in a pair of runs at USF (4/6) -In the finale with UAB (4/3), had two hits, a double, two HBP, two SB and a walk -Completed the UAB game (4/2) with two hits, two runs and two RBI -Amassed three hits, two runs, a double and two HBP at B-CU (3/31) -After missing eight games with an injury, drove in two runs at Houston (3/26) -Posted a pair of hits, a double and a sac bunt vs. Miami (3/9) -Delivered a solo homer vs. CMU (3/7), becoming the first Knight to land a ball onto the new right-field deck -Drove in four on a pair of hits against Siena (2/28) -Pounded out three hits, including a double, and drove in a pair at Florida (2/24) -Walked three times, had a hit and scored two runs vs. Savannah State (2/19)

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 11th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the Minnesota Twins -Played for Lake Region High School and coach Bill Bullock -Listed in Baseball America’s Top 200 Prospects and Perfect Games’ Top 100 Prospects for 2009 -Played in the 2009 FACA All-Star Game in Sebring, Fla. -As a senior, broke the school single-season records with 31 stolen bases and 36 runs scored, while fell one walk shy (32) of Lake Region’s walk record -A 2009 Florida Class 5A All-State Third Team member -Finished with a .361 average and a 1.043 OPS, striking out just three times -Four-year varsity starter at the plate, hitting .403 and had a 1.009 OPS as a junior, while going .380 as a sophomore and .329 as a freshman with at least 22 stolen bases each year -Named to the 2008 Florida Class 5A all-state team -Had an ERA of 2.00 or better all four years, including a 0.70 ERA as a junior -Was a 2009 Rawlings Preseason High School All-American Second Team selection -Participated in the MLB Urban Youth Academy, including a trip with Team USA to Japan -Teammate of current Knight D.J. Hicks with the USA Baseball Youth National Team, which went 9-0 for the gold medal at the COPABE `AA’ Youth Pan Am Championships -During that tournament, hit .444 in six games played, scoring seven runs and swiping two bases -Was a summer 2008 Area Code Games participant in Los Angeles -Competed in the 2008 East Coast Professional Showcase in Lakeland -Represented USA in the Goodwill Series in Australia -Member of the 16U USA Youth National Team and the World Wood Bat Association 18U national championship Chet Lemon’s Juice squad -Selected to the Perfect Game 2007 National Underclass Showcase Top Prospect List

Personal

-Son of Vincente and Wanda Cruz -Biological father, Ronnie Richardson Sr., played in the Boston Red Sox organization -Has one brother, Vincente Cruz III, and three sisters, Andrika Riley, Gabrielle Cruz and Ashley Clay -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in coaching

Year 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .297 .312 .306

G-GS 46-45 62-62 108-107

AB 165 237 402

R 36 59 95

H 49 74 123

2B 9 12 21

3B 2 4 6

HR 4 2 6

RBI 36 34 70

BB 34 36 70

SO 23 44 67

HBP 11 19 30

SF-SH 3-4 1-4 4-8

Year 2011 Totals

ERA 4.91 4.91

W-L 0-1 0-1

APP 5 5

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 1 1

IP 3.2 3.2

H 2 2

R 2 2

ER 2 2

BB 2 2

SO 7 7

Career Pitching Statistics

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SB-ATT 12-16 15-20 27-36

#24 Joe Rogers Jr. - LHP - 6-1/200 - Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven 2011

-Tied for second in UCF history with nine saves on the year -Went 4-2 on the hill with a 4.79 ERA, striking out 38 and walking just 10 in 41.1 innings -Appeared in 25 games, all from the pen -Named to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Award Watch List during the preseason -Struck out the final two batters for the save vs. UAB in the C-USA Championship (5/26) -Nabbed the save with 1.1 innings and a strikeout at Stetson (5/17) -Had three strikeouts and pitched the final 2.1 innings for the win at UAB (5/13) -Received the win by tossing the final 3.2 innings, striking out four at FSU (5/7) -Got the save in 1.1 scoreless innings vs. Houston (4/29) -Worked the eighth, ninth and 10th innings for the win at Memphis (4/22) -Struck out two in both the eighth and ninth innings to preserve the win over Florida (4/20) -Blanked ECU (4/16) with a 2.0-inning save, striking out three and not walking a batter -Picked up the win by sitting down all five batters he faced vs. Tulane (4/10) as UCF would score four in the ninth for the victory -Allowed two runs on two hits in 4.0 innings of relief vs. USM (4/3) -Saved both of UCF’s wins at Rice (3/25, 27), going 1.1 innings in the opener and 2.1 frames in the series finale -Pitched the final 2.0 innings without allowing a run for the save vs. Columbia (3/20) -Got the save with 2.0 innings vs. Columbia (3/18), not allowing an earned run and striking out two -Pitched a perfect ninth to secure his first save of 2011 vs. Maine (3/2) -Went 1.1 scoreless innings to close out the win vs. Alabama (2/27) -Tossed a scoreless inning with two strikeouts vs. Siena (2/20)

2010

-Named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American -Selected to the C-USA All-Freshman Team -In his first year at the D-I level, amassed eight saves, the third-most in UCF history -Went 4-2 on the hill with a team-best 4.50 ERA, making 23 appearances with three starts -Struck out 43 in 48.0 innings, walking only 17 -Did not give up a run in his first five collegiate outings

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

ERA 4.50 4.79 4.63

W-L 4-2 4-2 8-4

Ronnie Richardson

APP 23 25 48

GS 3 0 3

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

SV 8 9 17

-Held opponents to a .220 average with two outs -Hurled a perfect 10th for the win vs. JU (5/11) -Saved the comeback win over Memphis (4/30) with 1.1 innings and two strikeouts -Sat down all four batters he faced on 13 pitches for a save vs. B-CU (4/21) -Needed five pitches to retire two batters for the save vs. Rice (4/17) -Struck out eight in two appearances at USM (4/9 and 4/11), and notched a 3.0-inning save in the series opener -Hurled 6.1 innings of relief, striking out four in game two with UAB (4/3) -Nabbed the two-inning save at Houston (3/26) -Worked 5.0 innings without allowing an earned run in a win over Presbyterian (3/21), surrendering just three hits and no walks -Earned the win at Stetson with 2.1 innings of relief (3/17) -Only gave up one earned run with four strikeouts in 2.1 innings in first start vs. Hartford (game two 3/13) -Struck out the side in a perfect ninth vs. CMU (3/7) -Delivered 2.0 scoreless innings with four strikeouts for the save vs. Duquesne (3/2) -Flawless vs. Siena (2/27), pitching the 11th and 12th innings with four strikeouts for the win -Converted first save opportunity, striking out a pair vs. Savannah State (2/21) -In UCF debut, hurled a perfect ninth inning with two strikeouts vs. Savannah State (2/20)

Prior to UCF

-Competed for coach David Saliba at Winter Haven High School and was a teammate of fellow Knight Austin Johnston -Selected to the 2009 Florida Class 5A All-State Third Team -Pitched in the 2009 Polk County East-West Senior All-Star Game -Worked a no-hitter with 20 strikeouts in a win over Lake Gibson March 3, 2009, marking a school record for strikeouts in a game -Was the winning pitcher in a regional semifinal victory over George Jenkins in the 2008 5A state tournament -Struck out 40 in 32 innings and was 2-0, earning honorable mention allcounty as a junior -Member of the Chet Lemon’s Juice 2008 AAU national championship team

Personal

-Son of Michael and Ruth Ann Rogers -Has one sister, Brooke -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in health sciences

IP 48.0 41.1 89.1

H 56 54 110

R 29 31 60

ER 24 22 46

BB 17 10 27

SO 43 38 81

Joe Rogers

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#1 Travis Shreve Sr. - IF - 5-10/170 - Auburn, Wash./Skagit Valley College 2011

-Started 60 games, all at second base, and completed the year with a .309 batting average and a .965 fielding percentage -Paced UCF with 22 stolen bases and nine sacrifice bunts -Recorded 15 doubles, 20 RBI and 51 runs scored -Reached base 52.1 percent of the time as the Knights’ leadoff batter in an inning -Banged out two hits with a RBI, run and SB vs. B-CU in the NCAA Regionals (6/4) -Delivered two hits with a double and two runs vs. Memphis in the C-USA Championship (5/25) -A perfect 3-for-3 with two runs and a double vs. Marshall (5/20) -Had a hit in all three games and score three runs in the finale at UAB (5/13-15) -Had two key RBI including one on a squeeze bunt at FSU (5/7) -Collected two hits, a double, two runs and a stolen base vs. Houston (4/29) -Drove in the game’s first run on a two-out single vs. Florida (4/20) -Rapped out two hits, scored twice and stole his 20th base vs. FAU (4/19) -Went 8-for-11 (.727) in the Tulane series (4/8-10), including a clutch RBI single in a four-run ninth in the 8-7 win -Produced two hits with two runs, a RBI, a stolen base and a double vs. Stetson (3/29) -Had three hits, scored three runs and stole a base vs. Columbia (3/18) -Stole three bases, scored four runs and had two hits with a double vs. Wagner (3/11)

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

AVG. .309 .309

G-GS 60-60 60-60

AB 223 223

R 51 51

H 69 69

2B 15 15

3B 0 0

-Doubled in a two-hit, two-run day vs. BC (3/9) -Was 6-for-10 with four runs and four stolen bases in the twin-bill vs. Dartmouth (3/5) -Cranked out three hits including a double to lead off the game vs. Alabama (2/27) -Went 6-for-14 (.429) in the series vs. Siena (2/18-20) with two doubles, five RBI, five runs and four stolen bases

Prior to UCF

-Spent the past two seasons playing for coach Kevin Matthews at Skagit Valley College -Selected to the NWAACC Northern Division First Team and the AllAcademic Team as a sophomore -Also was a Gold Glove recipient in 2010 -Named the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association All-State First Team shortstop in 2008 -A NWAACC Northern Division Second Team honoree as a freshman -Played for coaches Tim Kuykendall and Gordon Elliott at Auburn High School -An All-South Puget Sound League First Team selection and a Tacoma News All-Area First Team pick as a senior

Personal

-Born in Auburn, Wash. -Son of Terry and Bonnie Shreve -Has one sister, Michelle -Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a minor in criminal justice

HR 0 0

RBI 20 20

BB 13 13

#25 Eric Skoglund

SO 29 29

HBP 9 9

SF-SH 2-9 2-9

SB-ATT 22-26 22-26

Fr. - LHP - 6-7/175 - Sarasota, Fla./Sarasota Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 16th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2011 -Played for head coach Clyde Metcalf at Sarasota High School, earning two letters as a pitcher -Posted a 3.00 ERA in 40 innings pitched as a senior -In his junior campaign, was 4-0 on the mound with a 0.66 ERA in 34 innings of work -His 0.66 ERA was the lowest in the country in 2010 and was the fourth lowest mark in SHS program history

-In 2011, SHS won the 6A District Championship -Helped his squad to a 18-0 start in 2010, which was the best start in the country

Personal -Born in Sarasota, Fla. -Son of Len and Cindi Skoglund -Has two brothers, Jordan and Justin -Major is undecided

#29 Ethan Smith So. - C - 6-1/205 - Lakeland, Fla./Lake Gibson

2011

-Saw time in two games, serving as UCF’s bullpen catcher throughout the season -In his first-collegiate plate appearance, notched a single and came around to score vs. Boston College (3/9)

Prior to UCF

-Played for coach Matt Diaz at Lake Gibson High School -Earned second team all-county as a senior after posting a .394 average, a

Career Statistics Year 2011 Totals

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AVG. .500 .500

G-GS 2-0 2-0

AB 2 2

R 1 1

H 1 1

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

.467 on-base percentage and a .530 slugging percentage -Hit .324 with a .429 OBP as a junior en route to honorable mention allcounty status -Also lettered two seasons in swimming, highlighted by a senior campaign in which he was the district runner-up in the 200-yd freestyle relay

Personal -Born in Lakeland, Fla. -Son of David and Nancy Smith -Has one brother, Tyler -Majoring in criminal justice HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

BB 0 0

SO 0 0

HBP 0 0

SF-SH 0-0 0-0

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0

#21 Darnell Sweeney Jr. - IF - 6-0/170 - Miramar, Fla./American Senior 2011

-For the second-straight season, started every game at shortstop and went on to post a .288 average -Swiped 12 bases and had 17 doubles, three triples, a homer, 45 RBI and 43 runs scored -Ended the season on a five-game hitting streak and had at least one hit in 11 of his final 14 outings -Was successful at advancing runners 58.6 percent of the time, which was the highest percentage of any UCF starter -Posted a pair of hits with a RBI and a run vs. B-CU in the NCAA Regionals (6/4) -Had a 2-for-3 performance with a double, triple, RBI and run vs. Alabama (6/3) in the NCAA Regionals -Was 2-for-4 with two RBI and a home run vs. Marshall (5/21) -Had two hits with a sac vs. Florida (4/20) -Had two hits with a double, a run and a sac vs. FAU (4/19) -Dominated ECU (4/15-17), going 6-for-13 with two runs and four RBI -With two outs in the ninth, smashed a two-run double to center to give UCF a 4-3 win at Florida (4/5) -Finished the Stetson game (3/29) 2-for-4 with two RBI, a run, double and stolen base -Had two hits, a RBI, a stolen base and two runs against Columbia (3/18) -Produced two hits, two RBI, two runs and a stolen base vs. Wagner (3/11) -C-USA Hitter of the Week after going 11-for-17 with five doubles, a 1.759 OPS, six RBI and no strikeouts vs. B-CU, USA, SLU and Alabama (2/22-27) -Was a home run short of hitting for the cycle vs. Siena (2/18), driving in three in the process, as well as at B-CU (2/22) where he was 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs

2010

-Selected to the C-USA All-Freshman Team -Paced all freshmen in C-USA at the end of the regular season with a .358 batting average, 83 hits and 17 stolen bases -Also notched 14 doubles, a triple, two homers, 38 RBI and 51 runs, while laying down five sacrifice bunts -Ranked second on the team with a .390 average in C-USA games -Was the only Knight to start all 55 games, and they all came at shortstop -Earned Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week, NCBWA Pro-Line Athletic National Hitter of the Week and the C-USA Hitter of the Week after going 11-for-13 for an .846 average in the Tulane series (5/20-22) -Against the Green Wave, drove in 10, scored eight runs, banged out four doubles and a homer and did not strike out -Went 3-for-5 vs. JU (5/11), including a single in the 10th while scoring the game-winnig run

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .358 .288 .322

Travis Shreve

G-GS 55-55 62-62 117-117

AB 232 240 472

R 51 43 94

H 83 69 152

2B 14 17 31

-Amassed three hits with a double, two runs, a RBI and a stolen base at FAU (5/4) -Went 3-for-5 with two runs vs. Memphis (5/2) -Posted two hits, two runs and two RBI at UNF (4/20) -Doubled in a three-hit, two-run game with Rice (4/18) -Delivered two important RBI on two hits and scored a run vs. Rice (4/17) -Finished the USM series (4/9-11) by going .429 with four runs and two steals -Recorded two hits, three runs, a RBI and a SB vs. UAB (4/2) -Led all batters with four hits and three runs at B-CU (3/31) -Against Presbyterian (3/19-21), was 6-for-11 (.545) with a double, two runs, three RBI and three steals -Finished the Stetson game (3/17) 3-for-5 with three RBI, two runs and a stolen base -Went 7-for-14 with six runs, a homer and four RBI in the Hartford series (3/13-14), including five hits in the finale -Collected two hits, two runs and a steal vs. Siena (2/27) -Pounded out three hits, including a double, scored a run and swiped two bases vs. Siena (2/26)

Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 41st round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the Florida Marlins -Ranked No. 243 nationally by Perfect Game Crosschecker in 2009 -Competed for coach Christopher Keighley at American Senior High School -Selected to the 2009 Rawlings Preseason High School All-American High Honorable Mention list -Went .421 at the plate with 24 RBI during his senior year -Played in the 2009 FACA All-Star Game in Sebring, Fla. -Named a 6A all-state honorable mention outfielder in 2008 and in 2009 -Batted .447 with 21 stolen bases and a honorable mention all-state recognition as a junior, and hit .385 with 25 steals during his sophomore campaign -Team’s offensive player of the year and rookie of the year as a freshman, batting .421 with 18 stolen bases -Won the Scholar-Athlete of the Year Scholarship Award by the Orange Bowl Committee -Played in the Perfect Game 2008 National Showcase and the 2007 National Underclass Showcase -Represented USA in the Goodwill Games in Japan -Was a Florida Diamond Club participant in the fall of 2008

Personal -Son of David and Winifred Sweeney -Majoring in interpersonal/organizational communication

3B 1 3 4

HR 2 1 3

RBI 38 45 83

BB 21 31 52

SO 48 42 90

HBP 3 2 5

SF-SH SB-ATT 4-5 17-23 5-6 12-16 9-11 29-39

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#20 Chris Taladay Jr. - UTIL - 6-1/215 - Windermere, Fla./Olympia 2011

-Injuries hampered his sophomore season, but he still started 38 games, 34 of which came in the outfield and four were at third base -Hit .279 with nine doubles, two home runs, 20 RBI and 13 runs, all while making just one error in the field -Started the USF game (5/3) but was injured in the first inning and had to sit out the remainder of the season -Delivered a 2-for-3 performance with a double, RBI and run vs. Houston (4/29) -Went on a nine-game hitting streak (4/8-22) -Drove in three runs, all with two outs, on a pair of singles vs. Florida (4/20) -Started twice in the ECU series (4/15-17) and went 3-for-8 with a pair of doubles -Collected two hits with a RBI in game one at Rice (3/25) -Banged out two doubles, drove in one and scored once vs. Columbia (3/19) -Doubled, stole a base and scored a run vs. USF (3/15) -Had two hits with a RBI vs. MSU (3/8) -Was a perfect 4-for-4 with a stolen base vs. Dartmouth (3/4) -Crushed a pair of two-run homers in the eighth and ninth innings in a fiveRBI day vs. Alabama (2/27) -Made 2011 debut as a pinch-hitter at South Alabama (2/25), and hit the first pitch he saw for a RBI single -Missed first four games with an injury

2010

-Selected as a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and a Ping!Baseball Third Team Freshman All-American -Honored as the 2010 C-USA Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Freshman Team -Tabbed as the SEBaseball.com C-USA Freshman of the Year, and received a spot on the website’s All-C-USA Second Team -Served as the backup catcher to start the year before taking advantage of an opportunity to evolve into UCF’s every day third baseman -Paced all freshmen in C-USA at the close of the regular season with 19 doubles, 117 total bases, a .557 slugging percentage and a .960 OPS -Hit .352 overall with eight homers, 47 RBI, 49 runs and 10 HBP -Posted a .955 fielding percentage at the hot corner -Amassed three hits including a double vs. ECU (5/16) -Went 3-for-5 with three RBI, a run and a double vs. ECU (5/14) -Doubled three times before crushing a two-run homer in a four-hit, four-

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 Totals

AVG. .352 .279 .321

Chris Taladay

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G-GS 51-48 40-38 91-86

AB 210 154 364

R 49 13 62

H 74 43 117

2B 19 9 28

3B 0 0 0

run game at JU (5/12) -Finished the FAU game (5/4) by going 4-for-6 with two runs scored -Completed the comeback (down 7-0) with a solo homer in the seventh in a three-hit day and a win over Memphis (4/30) -Busted out for four hits, three RBI, three runs and a solo homer at UNF (4/20) -Notched two hits in all three games at USM (4/9-11), highlighted by a three-run HR in game one and the game-winning RBI hit in the 10th inning one day later -Racked up four RBI on three hits with a double and a homer vs. B-CU (3/30) -Had five RBI on a three-run homer and a two-run double vs. Presbyterian (3/19) -Posted a .786 average at the plate in the Hartford series (3/13-14), going 11-for-14 with 10 runs, four doubles, five RBI and a homer -Dominated Siena (2/26-28) going 7-for-12 at the plate with five runs and five RBI, as well as amassing three doubles and three runs in the finale -Entered as a pinch-hitter with two outs in the eighth and proceeded to recorded his first collegiate base hit, a RBI single that gave UCF the lead for good vs. Savannah State (2/21)

Prior to UCF

-Played for coach Randy O’Neal at Olympia High School -Named to the 2009 Orlando Sentinel All-Central Florida Second Team -Was a First-Team All-Metro Conference selection as well as a senior -Part of the best record in school history (21-5), posting a .345 average with 24 runs, 15 RBI and a .435 slugging percentage for a team that won the Orlando National Baseball Classic Tournament -In 2008, was an All-Metro Conference First Team selection at third base by going .429 at the plate with 10 doubles and school-records of six homers and 34 RBI, all while finishing the year with a 1.087 OPS -Hit .424 with 26 RBI as a sophomore to help the squad claim the district title -Member of Chet Lemon’s Juice AAU national championship program, as well as the Windermere Wildcats which claimed one AAU state title -Served as a Florida Diamond Club participant in the fall of 2008

Personal -Son of Jim and Jody Taladay -Has one sister, Nicole -Majoring in general business

HR 8 2 10

RBI 47 20 67

BB 9 4 13

SO 28 12 40

HBP 10 4 14

SF-SH 2-1 1-0 3-1

SB-ATT 3-3 2-4 5-7

#13 James Vasquez Fr. - IF - 6-0/220 - Palm City, Fla./Martin County Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Jerry Smith at Martin County High School, where he earned four letters as a first baseman and outfielder -Named the Treasure Coast Player of the Year in his senior campaign -Was an all-area first team selection in 2010, after earning second team recognition in 2009 -Garnered all-area honorable mention accolades as a rookie

-Played summer ball with FTB Mizuno -Placed second at both the WWBA Championship in East Cobb and the WWBA Championship in Jupiter

Personal -Born in Palm City, Fla. -Son of Pedro and Lisa Vasquez -Has two brothers, Ryan and Jeremy -Plans to major in business

#14 Tommy Williams Fr. - IF - 6-2/175 - N. Palm Beach, Fla./Palm Beach Gardens Prior to UCF

-Drafted in the 20th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2011-Played for head coach Joe Russo at Palm Beach Gardens High School, where he earned three letters as a shortstop -Was a three-time all-conference selection

Personal -Born in West Palm Beach, Fla. -Son of Tom and Mary Williams -Has one brother, Matthew -Plans to major in business

#6 JoMarcos Woods Fr. - OF/LHP - 5-7/170 - Orlando, Fla./The First Academy Prior to UCF

-Played for head coach Darrell Don at The First Academy, earning four letters as an outfielder and a pitcher -Named the District 8 Player of the Year after hitting .500 with five home runs as a senior -Also garnered all-state and all-conference

accolades in 2011 -Was named all-district, all-conference and all-state as a junior after hitting .484 with four home runs -Hit .411 in his sophomore campaign

-Played summer ball for the Orlando Scorpions, winning the WWBA Championship -Played for the 16U USA Baseball team that defeated Cuba, 7-6, to win the World Championship

Personal

-Born in Orlando, Fla. -Son of Marta Woods -Has two brothers, C.J. and Jose, and two sisters, Destiny and Denissa -Major is undecided

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History

2011 Season Results Game Date Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 20, 2011 Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 March 2, 2011 March 4, 2011 March 5, 2011 March 5, 2011 March 8, 2011 March 9, 2011 March 11, 2011 March 12, 2011 March 13, 2011 March 15, 2011 March 18, 2011 March 19, 2011 March 20, 2011 March 22, 2011 March 25, 2011 March 26, 2011 March 27, 2011 March 29, 2011 April 1, 2011 April 2, 2011 April 3, 2011 April 5, 2011 April 8, 2011 April 9, 2011 April 10, 2011 April 12, 2011 April 15, 2011 April 16, 2011 April 17, 2011 April 19, 2011 April 20, 2011 April 22, 2011 April 23, 2011 April 24, 2011 April 29, 2011 April 30, 2011 May 1, 2011 May 3, 2011 May 6, 2011 May 7, 2011 May 8, 2011 May 11, 2011 May 13, 2011 May 14, 2011 May 15, 2011 May 17, 2011 May 19, 2011 May 20, 2011 May 21, 2011 May 25, 2011 May 26, 2011 May 27, 2011 June 3, 2011 June 4, 2011 June 5, 2011

Opposing Team SIENA W SIENA W SIENA W at B-CU W at South Alabama W vs. Southeastern La. vs. Alabama W MAINE W DARTMOUTH W DARTMOUTH W DARTMOUTH MOUNT ST. MARY’S BOSTON COLLEGE W WAGNER W WAGNER W WAGNER W USF COLUMBIA W COLUMBIA W COLUMBIA W at Miami at Rice* W at Rice* at Rice* W STETSON W SOUTHERN MISS* SOUTHERN MISS* SOUTHERN MISS* at Florida W TULANE* TULANE* TULANE* W at Florida Atlantic at East Carolina* at East Carolina* W at East Carolina* FLORIDA ATLANTIC W FLORIDA W at Memphis* W at Memphis* W at Memphis* HOUSTON* W HOUSTON* HOUSTON* at USF W at Florida State at Florida State W at Florida State B-CU W at UAB* W at UAB* W at UAB* W at Stetson W MARSHALL* MARSHALL* W MARSHALL* W vs. Memphis^ W vs. UAB^ W vs. Rice^ vs. Alabama$ vs. B-CU$ W vs. Alabama$

Score 11-1 10-1 16-4 13-0 9-4 2-7 L 12-4 6-3 9-2 8-0 6-8 L 1-2 L 18-0 13-4 5-1 2-1 5-6 L 9-8 5-2 4-2 1-4 L 7-2 2-6 L 5-4 8-2 5-6 L 2-13 L 2-5 L 4-3 8-10 L 5-6 L 8-7 2-3 L 6-12 L 3-2 3-5 L 12-0 8-6 5-4 11-9 7-12 L 6-4 0-5 L 3-5 L 10-4 0-8 L 14-10 1-6 L 8-1 5-3 9-0 18-6 7-6 0-6 L 13-10 8-1 16-9 6-4 2-4 L 3-5 L 16-5 5-12 L

R-H-E 11-12-0 10-10-1 16-13-1 13-19-0 9-12-0 2-7-0 12-18-3 6-6-3 9-17-0 8-14-0 6-8-1 1-6-0 18-18-0 13-16-2 5-8-0 2-3-0 5-8-0 9-10-3 5-11-1 4-9-1 1-5-0 7-11-0 2-7-2 5-11-2 8-14-0 5-12-5 2-6-1 2-5-2 4-7-1 8-13-0 5-13-0 8-14-0 2-7-2 6-10-0 3-7-1 3-9-2 12-16-0 8-15-1 5-9-0 11-16-2 7-10-2 6-10-1 0-6-2 3-8-2 10-15-1 0-4-0 14-11-0 1-4-0 8-6-0 5-11-0 9-10-0 18-20-0 7-14-0 0-4-1 13-13-0 8-11-0 16-16-0 6-10-0 2-9-1 3-7-1 16-20-2 5-12-3

R-H-E 1-6-3 1-8-2 4-7-7 0-2-3 4-10-3 7-16-0 4-9-0 3-8-4 2-7-1 0-5-1 8-13-1 2-7-0 0-4-2 4-7-6 1-4-2 1-6-0 6-12-1 8-10-3 2-3-1 2-6-2 4-6-0 2-7-3 6-8-1 4-12-0 2-10-3 6-9-2 13-22-1 5-8-1 3-7-1 10-13-1 6-7-0 7-10-0 3-13-1 12-13-0 2-10-0 5-11-1 0-8-0 6-8-0 4-5-0 9-14-1 12-14-0 4-13-1 5-8-0 5-10-0 4-10-4 8-15-0 10-15-4 6-9-0 1-6-2 3-11-1 0-7-1 6-11-2 6-11-0 6-9-0 10-9-2 1-9-2 9-17-2 4-11-2 4-7-2 5-14-0 5-5-3 12-15-2

Innings 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Overall 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 8-1-0 9-1-0 9-2-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 11-3-0 12-3-0 13-3-0 13-4-0 14-4-0 15-4-0 16-4-0 16-5-0 17-5-0 17-6-0 18-6-0 19-6-0 19-7-0 19-8-0 19-9-0 20-9-0 20-10-0 20-11-0 21-11-0 21-12-0 21-13-0 22-13-0 22-14-0 23-14-0 24-14-0 25-14-0 26-14-0 26-15-0 27-15-0 27-16-0 27-17-0 28-17-0 28-18-0 29-18-0 29-19-0 30-19-0 31-19-0 32-19-0 33-19-0 34-19-0 34-20-0 35-20-0 36-20-0 37-20-0 38-20-0 38-21-0 38-22-0 39-22-0 39-23-0

C-USA 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 3-6-0 3-6-0 3-7-0 4-7-0 4-8-0 4-8-0 4-8-0 5-8-0 6-8-0 6-9-0 7-9-0 7-10-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 8-11-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 10-11-0 10-12-0 11-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0

Pitcher of Record D. Winkler (W 1-0) D. Hicks (W 1-0) C. Bradford (W 1-0) B. Adkins (W 1-0) N. Cicio (W 1-0) B. Brown (L 0-1) B. Lively (W 1-0) B. Adkins (W 2-0) D. Winkler (W 2-0) B. Lively (W 2-0) J. Rogers (L 0-1) C. Bradford (L 1-1) B. Adkins (W 3-0) D. Winkler (W 3-0) B. Lively (W 3-0) R. Hanson (W 1-0) D. Hicks (L 1-1) B. Brown (W 1-1) B. Lively (W 4-0) R. Hanson (W 2-0) B. Adkins (L 3-1) B. Lively (W 5-0) D. Winkler (L 3-1) B. Adkins (W 4-1) C. Bradford (W 2-1) B. Adkins (L 4-2) D. Winkler (L 3-2) R. Hanson (L 2-1) D. Hicks (W 2-1) Richardson (L 0-1) N. Cicio (L 1-1) J. Rogers (W 1-1) M. Collins (L 0-1) B. Lively (L 5-1) B. Adkins (W 5-2) N. Cicio (L 1-2) R. Hanson (W 3-1) C. Bradford (W 3-1) J. Rogers (W 2-1) C. Bradford (W 4-1) J. Rogers (L 2-2) B. Adkins (W 6-2) R. Hanson (L 3-2) D. Winkler (L 3-3) B. Brown (W 2-1) B. Adkins (L 6-3) J. Rogers (W 3-2) D. Winkler (L 3-4) J. Sedlock (W 1-0) J. Rogers (W 4-2) N. Cicio (W 2-2) C. Bradford (W 5-1) R. Hanson (W 4-2) B. Adkins (L 6-4) J. Sedlock (W 2-0) C. Bradford (W 6-1) J. Sedlock (W 3-0) N. Cicio (W 3-2) C. Bradford (L 6-2) B. Adkins (L 6-5) N. Cicio (W 4-2) N. Cicio (L 4-3)

Attendance 1241 1118 1017 375 1559 3061 1319 917 805 - 1089 804 1021 910 963 1009 1711 1261 1114 1024 2533 3010 3179 3476 1430 1330 1155 1196 3049 1382 1313 959 346 2869 2722 2656 1124 3601 613 652 297 1243 1234 1071 1358 4448 5389 4126 852 490 398 290 984 1141 1337 1214 -- -- 1233 2832 2533 2631

Time 2:28 2:43 2:55 2:50 3:07 3:06 2:51 2:36 2:50 2:12 3:00 2:19 2:20 2:59 2:08 1:58 2:40 3:02 2:28 2:15 2:14 3:22 2:37 2:59 3:21 2:42 2:21 2:16 2:39 2:54 2:54 3:06 2:48 2:32 2:29 2:50 2:52 2:51 3:12 3:17 2:56 2:44 2:25 2:45 2:50 2:31 3:48 2:22 2:54 2:56 2:50 3:10 3:20 2:27 3:38 2:24 2:20 3:04 3:05 2:44 3:25 3:08

* = Conference USA game, ^ = Conference USA tournament, $ = NCAA Tallahassee Regional, () extra inning game

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2011 Season Statistics

Record: 39-23 Home: 21-11 Away: 14-8 Neutral: 4-4 C-USA: 12-12 Overall Hitting Stats Player AVG 42 D.J. Hicks .351 33 Jonathan Griffin .343 13 Beau Taylor .325 2 Ronnie Richardson .312 1 Travis Shreve .309 12 Erik Hempe .307 21 Darnell Sweeney .288 9 Ryan Breen .285 20 Chris Taladay .279 4 Derek Luciano .265 29 Ethan Smith .500 10 Kevin Vasquez .455 5 Austin Johnston .182 17 Michael Holmes .143 39 Alex Friedrich .083 Totals .307 Opponents .277

GP 61 62 61 62 60 51 62 46 40 57 2 18 18 8 29 62 62

GS 60 62 60 62 60 51 62 41 38 55 0 1 5 0 1 62 62

AB R 228 42 251 53 231 51 237 59 223 51 189 34 240 43 158 29 154 13 196 35 2 1 11 5 22 5 7 2 12 5 2161 428 2121 295

H 80 86 75 74 69 58 69 45 43 52 1 5 4 1 1 663 587

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB 11 0 14 66 133 .583 35 19 2 19 58 166 .661 22 11 2 5 47 105 .455 23 12 4 2 34 100 .422 36 15 0 0 20 84 .377 13 15 0 7 29 94 .497 14 17 3 1 45 95 .396 31 10 1 1 26 60 .380 17 9 0 2 20 58 .377 4 17 0 6 36 87 .444 25 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0 0 0 1 3 8 .727 1 2 0 0 1 6 .273 8 1 0 0 1 2 .286 1 0 0 0 1 1 .083 1 139 12 58 387 1000 .463 231 77 6 35 268 781 .368 179

HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 1 49 5 .428 7 1 1 2 3 55 9 .394 6 0 1 1 3 27 4 .385 5 4 0 3 19 44 2 .440 1 4 15 20 9 29 6 .368 2 9 22 26 6 43 1 .373 0 1 4 6 2 42 3 .367 5 6 12 16 2 29 7 .360 1 0 2 3 4 12 3 .313 1 0 2 4 4 33 3 .349 7 2 3 4 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 .500 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 .387 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 .250 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 .154 0 1 2 2 53 383 43 .382 36 31 65 88 55 450 41 .346 18 48 50 70

PO 3 534 397 140 116 115 81 98 52 37 3 7 11 4 6 1650 1615

A 2 41 58 3 163 5 191 3 9 85 0 1 22 9 0 670 633

E FLD 0 1.000 5 .991 1 .998 2 .986 10 .965 2 .984 16 .944 5 .953 1 .984 7 .946 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .971 0 1.000 0 1.000 53 .978 88 .962

WP HBP 0 1 0 0 1 6 9 2 2 1 5 5 1 4 11 14 3 2 0 2 0 1 8 5 3 8 4 2 47 55 58 53

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 5

SFA SHA 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 8 0 3 2 3 4 14 1 2 2 5 3 2 0 0 2 4 3 2 0 1 18 48 36 31

LOB - Team (469), Opp (476). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (54). IBB - Team (9), J. Griffin 3, D. Luciano 2, D. Hicks 2, B. Taylor 1, Richardson 1, Opp (4). Picked off - D. Sweeney 4, T. Shreve 3, E. Hempe 3, D. Luciano 2, R. Breen 2, B. Taylor 1, Richardson 1, D. Hicks 1.

Overall Pitching Stats

Player ERA W 30 Alex Besaw 0.00 0 40 Trevor Berry 0.00 0 31 Johnny Sedlock 2.00 3 34 Nick Cicio 2.23 4 43 Matt Collins 2.70 0 36 Ray Hanson 3.47 4 16 Brian Adkins 4.40 6 35 Danny Winkler 4.70 3 24 Joe Rogers 4.79 4 32 Bryan Brown 4.80 2 2 Ronnie Richardson 4.91 0 11 Ben Lively 5.05 5 19 Chase Bradford 5.30 6 42 D.J. Hicks 8.03 2 Totals 4.14 39 Opponents 6.27 23

L APP GS CG SHO CBO 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 16 1 0 0 2 3 28 1 0 0 1 1 11 2 0 0 0 2 14 11 1 0 1 5 16 14 0 0 2 4 18 14 0 0 1 2 25 0 0 0 0 1 16 1 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 16 10 1 0 2 2 16 8 0 0 0 1 12 0 0 0 1 23 62 62 2 5 5 39 62 62 1 3 2

SV 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 9 0 1 0 0 1 17 13

IP 6.0 1.0 36.0 60.2 13.1 57.0 88.0 82.1 41.1 30.0 3.2 57.0 52.2 12.1 550.0 538.1

H R ER 3 0 0 0 0 0 33 8 8 52 21 15 19 5 4 54 24 22 100 46 43 85 52 43 54 31 22 32 19 16 2 2 2 54 37 32 67 33 31 19 12 11 587 295 253 663 428 375

BB SO 2B 3B 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 31 3 0 21 56 8 0 3 13 3 0 20 35 8 0 22 45 20 1 24 92 11 0 10 38 4 0 14 25 3 2 2 7 0 0 34 41 6 2 12 43 8 0 2 14 3 0 179 450 77 6 231 383 139 12

HR AB B/Avg 0 19 .158 0 3 .000 3 138 .239 4 222 .234 1 58 .328 2 209 .258 6 343 .292 3 321 .265 3 168 .321 1 114 .281 1 12 .167 6 210 .257 3 217 .309 2 53 .358 35 2121 .277 58 2161 .307

PB - Team (9), B. Taylor 8, R. Breen 1, Opp (11). Pickoffs - Team (8), B. Taylor 4, D. Winkler 1, C. Bradford 1, J. Sedlock 1, B. Brown 1, Opp (16). SBA/ATT - B. Taylor (44-64), R. Hanson (13-17), B. Lively (5-10), D. Winkler (8-9), C. Bradford (5-8), B. Adkins (5-6), R. Breen (6-6), J. Rogers (3-5), B. Brown (4-5), J. Sedlock (4-4), B. Dobbins (1-2), N. Cicio (1-2), M. Collins (1-1), Richardson (0-1).

Overall Fielding Stats Player 36 Ray Hanson 19 Chase Bradford 34 Nick Cicio 17 Michael Holmes 31 Johnny Sedlock 16 Brian Adkins 11 Ben Lively 10 Kevin Vasquez 39 Alex Friedrich 43 Matt Collins

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C 19 15 14 13 11 11 10 8 6 6

PO A 9 10 6 9 5 9 4 9 4 7 0 11 3 7 7 1 6 0 4 2

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000

32 Bryan Brown 5 42 D.J. Hicks 5 29 Ethan Smith 3 30 Alex Besaw 2 44 Brennan Dobbins 1 13 Beau Taylor 456 33 Jonathan Griffin 580 2 Ronnie Richardson 145 20 Chris Taladay 62 12 Erik Hempe 122 5 Austin Johnston 34 1 Travis Shreve 289

2 3 3 1 1 397 534 140 52 115 11 116

3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 58 1 41 5 3 2 9 1 5 2 22 1 163 10

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .998 .991 .986 .984 .984 .971 .965

9 Ryan Breen 106 98 3 5 .953 4 Derek Luciano 129 37 85 7 .946 21 Darnell Sweeney 288 81 191 16 .944 24 Joe Rogers 13 3 9 1 .923 35 Danny Winkler 20 8 10 2 .900 40 Trevor Berry 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals 2373 1650 670 53 .978 Opponents 2336 1615 633 88 .962

UCF vs. Opponents A

Adelphi Air Force Akron Alabama American Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Armstrong State Army Assumption Auburn Austin Peay

B

3-0 (1977/78) 1-3 (1973/76) 1-1 (1996) 6-6 (1987/11) 1-0 (1978) 0-2 (1992) 3-0 (1991) 3-1 (1987) 1-1 (2007/09) 1-0 (1977) 1-4 (1993/98) 4-3 (1974/80)

Ball State Baltimore Bellarmine Belmont Bethune-Cookman Biscayne Bloomsburg State Boston College Bradley Brandeis Brown Bryan Bucknell Buffalo Butler

1-1 (1975-79) 4-0 (1980-81) 1-0 (1980-81) 12-3 (1976/05) 69-14 (1974/11) 9-10 (1977-83) 1-0 (1979) 3-0 (1985/11) 5-4 (1981/91) 2-0 (1975) 2-0 (1981/88) 2-0 (1983) 1-0 (1996) 1-1 (1973) 2-0 (1993)

Calvin Campbell Catawba Catholic Centenary Central Michigan Charleston Southern Citadel, The Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colby Colgate College of Charleston Columbia Cornell

8-0 (1977/88) 28-4 (1989/05) 2-0 (1986) 1-0 (1980) 14-3 (1993/99) 7-3 (1985/10) 3-0 (2002) 2-1 (1987) 3-5 (1998/08) 6-1 (1991/95) 1-2 (1990) 15-4 (1975/88) 1-0 (1984) 8-7 (1993/03) 10-2 (1973/11) 8-1 (1976/00)

C

D

Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Detroit Duke Duquesne

E

East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eckerd Embry Riddle Evansville

F

2-1 (2011) 3-1 (1980/89) 2-2 (1973/85) 3-0 (1987/88) 1-0 (1999) 1-0 (2010) 6-19 (2002/11) 1-0 (1990) 1-1 (1988) 1-0 (1981) 12-22 (1973/84) 6-0 (1973/74) 6-0 (1981/00)

Flagler Florida Florida-Leesburg Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida Bible Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Florida Memorial Florida Southern Florida State Florida Tech Furman

9-5 (1975/93) 14-20 (1977/11) 1-1 (1980/85) 14-2-1 (1981/08) 38-26 (1984/11) 8-0 (1973/75) 1-2 (2008/09) 42-52 (1976/09) 1-0 (1979) 4-28 (1974/85) 5-21 (1985/11) 39-11 (1973/97) 1-1 (1981/91)

Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgetown (Ky.) Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Glassboro State Grace Gustavus Adolphus

8-3 (2003/05) 2-0 (1991/96) 2-0 (1983) 5-6 (1984/95) 1-1 (1991) 20-5 (1995/05) 2-1 (1989/96) 0-2 (1974) 3-0 (1985) 1-0 (1992)

G

H

Hardin-Simmons

2-0 (1990)

Hartford Harvard Hillsdale Houston

4-2 (2009/10) 1-1 (1973/07) 2-0 (1977/79) 8-20 (1990/11)

Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Iowa State Ithaca IUPUI

3-3 (1990/93) 6-1 (1990/98) 0-1 (1984) 7-5 (1980/88) 4-1 (1982-91) 2-0 (2001)

I

J

Jacksonville Jacksonville State Johns Hopkins

K

Kansas

L

35-33 (1973/10) 15-6 (1985/03) 1-0 (1982) 2-0 (1994/98)

Lamar Lambuth La Salle Lehigh LeMoyne Lewis Liberty Liberty Baptist Lincoln (Mo.) Lipscomb Long Beach State Long Island Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana State Louisiana Tech

4-1 (1991/97) 1-0 (1977) 2-0 (1984) 5-0 (1996/00) 2-1 (2005) 0-1 (1983) 5-0 (1986/91) 0-1 (1983) 1-0 (1973) 6-5 (1974/05) 0-2 (1990/93) 4-0 (1988/02) 4-11 (1986/02) 4-16 (1985/09) 3-2 (1991/93)

MacMurray Madison Maine Maine-Presque Isle Mansfield Marshall Maryland Maryland-Eastern Shore Massachusetts Massachusetts Maritime Memphis Mercer Merrimack Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Milligan Milton Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Monmouth Mount St. Mary’s

1-0 (1977) 1-1 (1975) 3-2 (1987/11) 2-0 (1978) 1-0 (1990) 7-11 (2006/11) 1-2 (2007) 2-0 (1993/96) 4-3 (1992/07) 2-0 (1975) 9-11 (2006/11) 16-7 (1978/05) 3-0 (1986) 5-23 (1973/11) 1-0 (1998) 8-5 (1983/07) 1-0 (2007) 1-1 (1985) 1-1 (1975) 3-0 (1981) 3-0 (1995) 0-1 (1995) 1-2 (1991/08) 20-4 (2002/09) 0-1 (2011)

M

N

New Orleans Newberry Nicholls State North Carolina North Carolina State UNC-Wilmington North Florida Northeastern Northeastern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Notre Dame

O

Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oregon State

P

Pace Pennsylvania Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland State Presbyterian Princeton

2-1 (1991) 0-0-1 (1985) 3-2 (1992/99) 4-3 (1985/00) 1-0 (1994) 0-2 (1989) 6-7 (1988/10) 3-0 (1988/07) 3-0 (1981/86) 1-0 (2009) 4-3-1 (1977/98) 3-4 (1979/05) 2-1 (1986/92) 1-0 (1991) 1-2 (1989/98) 3-1 (1997/04) 0-1 (1995) 1-2 (1992/98) 4-0 (2003) 7-3 (1975/06) 0-1 (1993) 10-0 (1987/08) 2-0 (1989/95) 3-0 (2010) 5-1 (1983/01)

Purdue

Q Quincy R

Rhode Island Rice Rider Rio Grande Rollins Rutgers

S

2-0 (1994/01) 1-0 (1988) 2-1 (1993/02) 6-18 (1996/11) 5-3 (1989/96) 1-0 (1983) 44-36-1 (1973/99) 8-4 (1994/07)

Sacred Heart St. John’s St. Leo St. Mary’s St. Norbert St. Xavier Saint Joseph’s Sam Houston State Samford Santa Clara Savannah State Seton Hall Shorter Siena South Alabama South Carolina Southeastern Louisiana Southeastern Massachusetts Southern Illinois SIU-Edwardsville Southern California Southern Maine Southern Miss Stetson Stony Brook

1-0 (1983) 2-1 (1999) 16-16 (1973/84) 2-0 (1986) 6-0 (1977/81) 9-3-1 (1983/86) 9-2 (1983/05) 1-1 (1998) 19-2 (1987/03) 0-1 (1998) 3-0 (2010) 2-4 (1982/87) 1-1 (1974) 34-3 (1977/11) 6-3 (1992/11) 2-5 (1976/01) 6-1 (1993/11) 1-0 (1991) 3-0 (2001) 1-1 (1986) 0-1 (1992) 2-0 (1988) 6-16 (1988/11) 69-48 (1975/11) 3-0 (2006)

Tampa TCU Temple Tennessee Tennessee-Wesleyan Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas-Pan American Texas State Toledo Troy Tulane

9-11 (1973/86) 3-3 (2006/07) 6-3-1 (1980/02) 2-6 (1975/97) 1-1 (1978) 3-0-1 (1981/82) 2-1 (2000) 1-3 (1991) 0-1 (1997) 1-0 (2003) 17-9 (1998/05) 11-13 (1989/11)

UAB UCLA Union USF Utah

10-9 (2006/11) 0-1 (1991) 1-0 (1978 52-56 (1973/11) 2-1 (2004)

Valdosta State Vanderbilt Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Commonwealth

4-5 (1982/85) 4-7-1 (1980/02) 1-0 (2001) 8-4-1(1984/89) 1-0 (1983) 2-2 (2009)

Wabash Wagner Wake Forest Washington Washington & Lee West Florida West Liberty West Virginia West Virginia-Wesleyan Westchester State Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wheaton Widener Williams Wisconsin Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wright State

2-0 (1976) 15-0 (1980/11) 2-1 (1996/01) 0-1 (1998) 4-0 (1979/81) 1-1 (1985/87) 2-1 (1978) 1-0 (1993) 2-0 (1987) 2-0 (1975/82) 6-0 (2000) 6-0 (1998/01) 9-11 (1983/03) 1-0 (1999) 2-0 (1974) 5-2 (1974/79) 5-1 (1977/84) 12-2 (1978/91) 3-0 (1984) 2-0 (1990) 1-0 (1991)

Xavier (Ohio) Yale 2012 Opponents in Bold

3-1 (1985/89) 1-4-2 (1979/89) (First/Last Meeting)

T

U

V

W

X-Y-Z

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Year-By-Year Results 1973 • 16-15-1

Coach: Doug Holmquist

Embry-Riddle....................................5-3.............W Embry-Riddle...................................11-1............W Florida Bible.......................................3-1.............W Florida Bible.......................................9-1.............W Lincoln (Mo.).....................................3-0.............W FIT......................................................10-0............W FIT.......................................................9-7.............W Jacksonville........................................5-7.............. L FIT......................................................11-1............W FIT......................................................10-1............W St. Leo..................................................2-4.............. L Columbia............................................7-3.............W Buffalo.................................................6-5.............W Florida Bible......................................11-3............W Florida Bible.......................................7-6.............W Delaware............................................3-7.............. L Delaware............................................2-5.............. L Buffalo.................................................5-7.............. L Air Force.............................................1-3.............. L Air Force.............................................2-4.............. L Tampa................................................4-11............. L St. Leo.4-1.............................................W Harvard..............................................3-7.............. L Miami (Fla.).......................................2-19............. L USF......................................................6-3.............W Rollins.................................................6-6.............. T Eckerd.................................................4-2.............W USF.....................................................0-10............. L Rollins.................................................0-1.............. L Eckerd.................................................2-4.............. L Miami (Fla.)........................................0-6 . ........... L Miami (Fla.)........................................3-8.............. L

1974 • 21-16

Coach: Doug Holmquist

Embry-Riddle...................................16-1............W Embry-Riddle...................................10-0............W FIT......................................................17-2............W FIT.......................................................7-2.............W Florida Bible......................................10-1............W Florida Bible.......................................7-0.............W Miami (Fla.)........................................0-3.............. L Miami (Fla.)........................................7-1.............W FIT......................................................11-1............W FIT......................................................11-0............W Bethune-Cookman............................3-0.............W St. Leo..................................................2-3.............. L Shorter.................................................7-4.............W Shorter.................................................3-6.............. L Lipscomb............................................2-7.............. L Bethune-Cookman...........................11-5............W Austin Peay........................................8-3.............W Austin Peay.......................................4-12............. L Wheaton............................................11-4............W Wheaton............................................16-4............W Widener..............................................6-1.............W Widener............................................10-12............ L Glassboro State.................................4-10............. L Glassboro State..................................5-7.............. L Jacksonville........................................5-9.............. L Florida Southern................................0-2.............. L Florida Southern..............................10-12............ L Jacksonville.......................................11-3............W Embry Riddle....................................16-1............W Embry Riddle....................................16-0............W St. Leo..................................................4-1.............W USF......................................................0-2.............. L Rollins.................................................3-2.............W Eckerd.................................................2-7.............. L USF......................................................4-7.............. L Rollins................................................2-10............. L Eckerd.................................................3-4.............. L

1975 • 29-10

Coach: Doug Holmquist

Bethune-Cookman............................0-1.............. L Bethune-Cookman............................2-0.............W Bethune-Cookman............................4-0.............W Bethune-Cookman............................2-0.............W FIT......................................................15-0............W Stetson.................................................8-7.............W

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Ball State.............................................8-3.............W FIT.......................................................7-0.............W FIT......................................................14-0............W Madison..............................................5-2.............W Madison..............................................3-8.............. L Pennsylvania......................................0-3.............. L Pennsylvania.....................................12-8............W USF......................................................5-6.............. L St. Leo.................................................13-2............W St. Leo.................................................10-9............W Westchester State .............................2-1.............W Widener.............................................13-2............W Widener..............................................5-4.............W Massachusetts Maritime..................8-0.............W Massachusetts Maritime..................4-0.............W Tennessee...........................................4-3.............W Brandeis..............................................6-0.............W Brandeis.............................................12-4............W Colby...................................................9-1.............W Milligan..............................................13-7............W Milligan...............................................2-4.............. L Florida Bible......................................12-1............W Florida Bible.......................................3-1.............W Jacksonville........................................3-4.............. L Rollins.................................................2-3.............. L Eckerd................................................2-10............. L Rollins.................................................2-3.............. L Stetson................................................9-15............. L Flagler................................................11-0............W Jacksonville........................................6-5.............W Eckerd.................................................5-1.............W USF......................................................6-5.............W Miami (Fla.)........................................1-0.............W

1976 • 19-23

Coach: Jack Sexton

Bethune-Cookman............................3-1.............W Bethune-Cookman............................6-3.............W USF......................................................0-4.............. L Belmont...............................................4-3.............W St. Leo..................................................2-4.............. L Belmont...............................................6-1.............W Belmont...............................................1-2.............. L Columbia............................................8-0.............W Florida Southern................................4-6.............. L Wabash...............................................3-1.............W Wabash...............................................4-3.............W Austin Peay........................................3-1.............W Austin Peay........................................2-1.............W Austin Peay.......................................3-13............. L Lipscomb............................................9-2.............W Lipscomb............................................2-3.............. L South Carolina...................................0-8.............. L South Carolina...................................0-7.............. L Air Force.............................................1-2.............. L Air Force.............................................7-0.............W Widener..............................................7-0.............W Tennessee..........................................10-1............W Pennsylvania.....................................4-10............. L Colby..................................................14-0............W Cornell...............................................10-4............W St. Leo.................................................12-4............W St. Leo.................................................1-10............. L Florida Southern................................5-0.............W Florida Southern................................3-5.............. L Jacksonville........................................1-3.............. L Eckerd.................................................4-5.............. L Eckerd................................................2-11............. L Stetson.................................................3-9.............. L FIU......................................................4-10............. L FIU.......................................................2-9.............. L Rollins.................................................3-2.............W Stetson.................................................4-1.............W USF.....................................................3-12............. L Eckerd.................................................2-3.............. L Jacksonville........................................2-9.............. L Rollins.................................................3-8.............. L Rollins.................................................0-5.............. L

1977 • 24-18

Coach: Jack Sexton

FIT.......................................................7-0.............W FIT.......................................................6-1.............W USF......................................................5-0.............W FIT .....................................................10-0............W

FIT......................................................15-6............W Tampa.................................................6-3.............W Rollins................................................7-20............. L St. Leo..................................................2-1.............W Adelphi...............................................8-6.............W Assumption.......................................13-0............W Adelphi...............................................9-1.............W St. Norbert..........................................1-0.............W Lipscomb............................................4-0.............W Lipscomb............................................7-9.............. L Hillsdale.............................................5-0.............W Northwestern....................................14-4............W MacMurray........................................7-2.............W Widener..............................................2-6.............. L St. Norbert.........................................10-1............W Calvin..................................................5-2.............W Calvin..................................................5-4.............W Stetson.................................................3-5.............. L Williams..............................................3-2.............W Williams..............................................1-3.............. L Colby..................................................13-7............W Colby...................................................9-7.............W Colby...................................................3-5.............. L St. Leo..................................................3-5.............. L Lambuth.............................................9-8.............W Biscayne.............................................6-10............. L Florida Southern...............................3-14............. L Florida Southern................................0-5.............. L Florida................................................0-10............. L Siena....................................................4-6.............. L Stetson................................................0-11............. L FIU.......................................................9-3.............W FIU.......................................................5-8.............. L Eckerd................................................3-13............. L USF......................................................2-4.............. L Eckerd.................................................4-6.............. L Rollins................................................7-15............. L Rollins................................................13-5............W

1978 • 22-24/3-12 SSC Coach: Bill Moon

at Miami (Fla.)...................................0-5.............. L Stetson.................................................5-3.............W Mercer................................................11-6............W at Flagler.............................................8-7.............W at Jacksonville....................................7-5.............W at USF..................................................0-2.............. L FIT......................................................10-4............W Miami (Fla.).......................................3-27............. L Miami (Fla.).......................................1-11............. L Miami (Fla.)........................................4-7.............. L Pennsylvania....................................11-10...........W Adelphi..............................................11-8............W American...........................................13-6............W Wisconsin...........................................9-5.............W vs. Tennessee-Wesleyan...................5-8.............. L vs. Tennessee-Wesleyan..................10-0............W vs. Union...........................................15-3............W vs. Maine-Presque Isle......................3-0.............W vs. Maine-Presque Isle.....................20-2............W vs. West Liberty.................................2-0.............W vs. West Liberty.................................4-7.............. L vs. West Liberty.................................7-6.............W vs. St. Leo *.........................................7-5.............W vs. Colby ...........................................3-10............. L vs. Colby ...........................................12-6............W at St. Leo *...........................................8-0.............W St. Leo *..............................................2-13............. L at Tampa.............................................1-5.............. L Florida Southern *.............................3-4.............. L at Florida Southern *.........................1-9.............. L Florida Southern *............................3-10............. L USF......................................................4-3.............W at Rollins *..........................................1-2.............. L Rollins *...............................................9-3.............W at Rollins *..........................................2-5.............. L at Florida...........................................3-10............. L at FIT...................................................7-2.............W at Biscayne *.......................................2-3.............. L at Biscayne *.......................................4-6.............. L at Biscayne *......................................9-11............. L Eckerd*...............................................7-10............. L at Eckerd*...........................................1-4.............. L Eckerd*...............................................5-14............. L at Stetson...........................................3-10............. L

FIU.....................................................12-19............ L FIU.......................................................1-0.............W * SSC Game

1979 • 27-16/10-5 SSC

Coach: Bill Moon NCAA D-II South Regional

at FIU...................................................4-9.............. L at FIU...................................................5-6.............. L Washington & Lee.............................4-1.............W Washington & Lee.............................4-3.............W Ball State............................................4-10............. L Bloomsburg State.............................21-2............W at Jacksonville................................ 5-3 (10).........W Jacksonville........................................4-1.............W USF......................................................7-8.............. L Widener..............................................8-5.............W Columbia............................................0-1.............. L St. Norbert..........................................8-1.............W St. Norbert.........................................12-7............W Columbia...........................................10-5............W Notre Dame.......................................10-3............W Yale................................................ 11-13 (10)........ L Yale.................................................. 6-9 (10).......... L Delaware............................................8-3.............W Notre Dame........................................6-2.............W Hillsdale............................................13-0............W at Florida Southern *.........................2-3.............. L Florida Southern *......................... 6-5 (10).........W at Florida Southern *.........................2-9.............. L Rollins *...............................................5-4.............W Rollins *...............................................3-2.............W Rollins *...............................................3-2.............W at USF..................................................4-7.............. L Biscayne *...........................................1-5.............. L Biscayne *...........................................4-2.............W Biscayne *...........................................7-1.............W Florida Memorial.......................... 27-1 (8).........W FIT.......................................................2-0.............W at Eckerd *..........................................2-7.............. L Eckerd *...............................................1-2.............. L at Eckerd *.........................................10-8............W FIT.......................................................7-1.............W at St. Leo *...........................................5-3.............W St. Leo *..............................................15-1............W at St. Leo *...........................................9-4.............W FIU.......................................................3-2.............W FIU.......................................................2-3.............. L vs. Florida Southern +......................0-6.............. L vs. Eckerd +........................................4-9.............. L * SSC Game + NCAA Division II South Region Tournament

1980 • 25-23/6-8 SSC Coach: Bill Moon

Washington & Lee............................10-0............W Tampa............................................. 9-6 (11).........W FIT.......................................................4-0.............W at Iowa State . ...................................6-1.............W at FIT..................................................5-7.............. L FIT.................................................... 6-7 (8)........... L Stetson.................................................2-3.............. L FIU.................................................... 9-2 (8)..........W USF.....................................................10-3............W Vanderbilt..........................................3-9.............. L Davidson............................................5-8.............. L Temple................................................7-5.............W Temple................................................5-8.............. L Temple...............................................14-6............W Columbia............................................5-2.............W Columbia...........................................2-12............. L Catholic.......................................... 15-11 (8)........W Jacksonville........................................5-4.............W Cornell................................................5-7.............. L Austin Peay..................................... 3-9 (8)........... L Austin Peay........................................6-3.............W Wagner........................................... 5-4 (10).........W at Biscayne *.......................................9-6.............W at Biscayne *.......................................5-2.............W at Biscayne *.......................................7-4.............W at FIU..................................................7-10............. L at FIU..................................................0-12............. L at Rollins *..........................................6-2.............W Wagner..............................................10-0............W

Year-By-Year Results Rollins *..............................................1-12............. L at Rollins *...................................... 4-6 (10).......... L Baltimore...........................................10-2............W Baltimore............................................8-6.............W at Tampa.............................................3-4.............. L Siena....................................................4-3.............W at FIT...................................................3-5.............. L Eckerd *...............................................1-5.............. L at Eckerd *.........................................2-10............. L Eckerd *..............................................15-8............W at USF..................................................7-3.............W St. Leo *..............................................5-10............. L at St. Leo *...........................................6-7.............. L at Stetson............................................4-9.............. L Florida Southern *............................1-12 . .......... L at Florida Southern *.........................1-9.............. L Florida Southern *.............................7-5.............W at Florida-Leesburg...........................2-6.............. L at Jacksonville....................................9-2.............W * SSC Game

1981 • 31-23-3/4-11 SSC Coach: Bill Moon

Florida A&M.....................................14-5............W Florida A&M................................... 0-1 (7)........... L Florida A&M................................... 2-2 (8)........... T Washington & Lee............................11-3............W at FIU..................................................12-5............W at FIU...................................................8-9.............. L Stetson.................................................6-9.............. L FIU.................................................... 8-7 (8)..........W FIU.......................................................9-5.............W Furman...............................................6-9.............. L Davidson...........................................13-7............W at Evansville.......................................4-1.............W Iowa State...........................................4-5.............. L vs. Minnesota Twins %.....................5-7.............. L Temple................................................3-4.............. L Temple............................................. 8-3 (7)..........W Temple............................................ 2-2 (12).......... T Eastern Michigan.............................12-5............W Milton.................................................13-4............W Tennessee State..................................4-1.............W Tennessee State.............................. 10-4 (6).........W Milton.............................................. 14-1 (7).........W Milton............................................... 9-4 (7)..........W Yale................................................. 21-21 (7)......... T St. Norbert.........................................14-0............W St. Norbert...................................... 15-5 (8).........W Baltimore............................................6-1.............W Baltimore...........................................22-4............W Williams..............................................6-1.............W at Jacksonville....................................5-9.............. L Bradley................................................4-6.............. L Bradley............................................. 4-5 (8)........... L Bradley............................................. 3-6 (7)........... L at Tampa............................................11-4............W Tampa............................................. 3-5 (10).......... L Brown.................................................21-0............W Biscayne *...........................................4-8.............. L Biscayne *..........................................10-7............W Biscayne *...........................................1-3.............. L at Eckerd *..........................................4-5.............. L Eckerd *..............................................12-1............W at Eckerd *..........................................2-8.............. L at Stetson........................................ 9-8 (10).........W at St. Leo *..........................................2-15............. L St. Leo *...............................................9-3.............W at St. Leo *...........................................3-5.............. L Jacksonville.......................................14-7............W at Florida Southern *........................0-11............. L Florida Southern *............................2-11............. L at Florida Southern *.........................5-6.............. L Northeastern Illinois.........................6-4.............W Rollins *...............................................6-9.............. L at Rollins *.........................................13-5............W Rollins *...............................................3-4.............. L FIT.................................................... 3-6 (7)........... L FIT.................................................... 6-2 (7)..........W at FIT............................................... 1-0 (10).........W at FIT................................................ 3-0 (7)..........W % Exhibition - Orlando, Fla. * SSC Game

1982 • 19-24-3/6-15 SSC Coach: Bill Moon

at Valdosta State............................ 13-7 (7).........W at Valdosta State............................ 16-4 (7).........W at Bethune-Cookman........................5-6.............. L Seton Hall....................................... 9-7 (11).........W Seton Hall........................................ 1-7 (7)........... L Seton Hall....................................... 10-7 (7).........W Vanderbilt..........................................3-3.............. T Vanderbilt.........................................4-10............. L Ithaca...................................................7-6.............W vs. Minnesota Twins %.....................2-5.............. L Temple................................................4-6.............. L Westchester State..............................9-5.............W at Florida..........................................10-11............ L at Florida............................................2-9.............. L Yale......................................................8-9.............. L Tennessee State............................... 8-7 (7)..........W Tennessee State..................................4-4.............. T Pennsylvania......................................7-3.............W Northwestern................................. 14-5 (7).........W Northwestern................................. 9-11 (7).......... L Northwestern................................. 10-3 (7).........W Northwestern.................................. 8-8 (7)........... T Eckerd *..............................................10-6............W Johns Hopkins............................... 12-1 (5).........W at Eckerd *..........................................2-5.............. L Eckerd *.............................................11-10...........W Florida Southern *.............................0-1.............. L at Florida Southern *.........................2-3.............. L Florida Southern *............................4-11............. L at FIT *................................................12-7............W St. Leo *...............................................0-1.............. L at St. Leo *...........................................0-9.............. L at St. Leo *...........................................7-8.............. L FIU................................................... 3-4 (12).......... L FIU.......................................................4-3.............W Bethune-Cookman............................7-3.............W Rollins *........................................... 7-8 (10).......... L at Rollins *..........................................3-6.............. L Rollins *........................................... 1-3 (17).......... L at Biscayne *.......................................1-5.............. L at Biscayne *................................... 6-7 (10).......... L at Biscayne *.......................................6-9.............. L at FIT *.................................................3-5.............. L FIT *.....................................................6-1.............W Tampa *...............................................5-4.............W at Tampa *..........................................1-4.............. L Tampa *...............................................9-3.............W % Exhibition - Orlando, Fla. * SSC Game

1983 • 28-27-1/11-10 SSC Coach: Jay Bergman

Rollins.................................................4-3.............W at Rollins.............................................5-2.............W at Bethune-Cookman........................6-1.............W at Bethune-Cookman......................12-14............ L Valdosta State....................................2-6.............. L Valdosta State....................................0-3.............. L at Liberty Baptist..............................5-11............. L at Rio Grande....................................17-0............W vs. Minnesota Twins %.....................0-8.............. L Western Kentucky.............................2-8.............. L Western Kentucky.............................1-0.............W Western Kentucky.............................3-5.............. L Bryan..................................................13-3............W Bryan..................................................16-0............W Western Kentucky....................... 11-10 (11).......W Yale....................................................11-16............ L Yale......................................................7-7.............. T Michigan............................................3-13............. L Michigan............................................4-13............. L Saint Joseph’s....................................6-10............. L Pennsylvania....................................14-15............ L Virginia...............................................7-6.............W Michigan............................................4-10............. L Lewis...................................................6-8.............. L Princeton............................................16-2............W Princeton.............................................6-2.............W Georgetown (Ky.)............................12-11...........W Georgetown (Ky.).............................10-3............W Sacred Heart......................................12-3............W St. Xavier.............................................6-4.............W

Williams.............................................17-1............W St. Xavier............................................8-22............. L at Florida Southern *........................2-10............. L Colby..................................................13-5............W Colby...................................................4-9.............. L Florida Southern *.............................3-8.............. L at Florida Southern *.........................4-7.............. L FIT *.....................................................3-0.............W at FIT *.................................................9-4.............W FIT *....................................................6-14............. L Flagler.................................................5-8.............. L St. Leo *...............................................6-2.............W at St. Leo *.........................................11-10...........W St. Leo *...............................................9-1.............W at Flagler............................................8-11............. L at Rollins *........................................12-14............ L Rollins *...............................................0-6.............. L at Rollins *..........................................0-1.............. L Biscayne *...........................................7-4.............W Biscayne *..................................... 11-10 (11).......W Biscayne *...........................................8-6.............W at Tampa *..........................................9-1.............W Tampa *...............................................0-6.............. L at Tampa *..........................................3-6.............. L at Eckerd *..........................................9-4.............W Eckerd *...............................................4-0.............W at Eckerd *.........................................6-10............. L % Exhibition - Orlando, Fla. * SSC Game

1984 • 34-29-1/9-19 SSC Coach: Jay Bergman

Flagler.0-4............................................. L at Flagler.............................................8-2.............W Florida Atlantic..................................6-5.............W Georgia...............................................0-3.............. L Georgia...............................................5-2.............W Bethune-Cookman......................... 3-0 (7)..........W Bethune-Cookman........................ 5-12 (7).......... L at Valdosta State............................. 2-4 (7)........... L at Valdosta State................................3-4.............. L at Florida Atlantic............................14-4............W St. Leo *...............................................7-2.............W St. Leo *........................................... 4-5 (10).......... L Villanova............................................6-3.............W Illinois State......................................10-13............ L La Salle............................................. 8-4 (7)..........W Villanova...........................................14-1............W Western Kentucky............................12-2............W St. Joseph’s..................................... 10-0 (7).........W Ithaca..................................................6-11............. L St. Joseph’s...................................... 4-3 (7)..........W Wisconsin-Eau Claire................... 10-4 (6).........W La Salle............................................. 8-1 (7)..........W Pennsylvania.................................. 12-5 (8).........W Iowa State...........................................6-2.............W Wisconsin-Eau Claire.................... 5-1 (7)..........W Wisconsin-Eau Claire................... 13-5 (7).........W Iowa State..........................................8-12............. L Iowa State...........................................3-2.............W Iowa State........................................ 1-2 (7)........... L Iowa State........................................ 5-4 (8)..........W St. Xavier............................................11-6............W Williams........................................... 5-2 (7)..........W Williams........................................... 5-0 (7)..........W Colby................................................ 3-2 (7)..........W St. Xavier............................................12-1............W Tennessee........................................ 2-9 (8)........... L St. Xavier.............................................9-9.............. T Colgate...............................................11-0............W at Villanova *.....................................1-0.............W at Villanova *.................................. 4-6 (7)........... L at Villanova *.....................................1-2.............. L at Villanova *.................................. 8-9 (7)........... L Eckerd *...............................................6-1.............W at Eckerd *..................................... 20-11 (7)........W Rollins *.......................................... 9-10 (14)......... L at Rollins *..........................................4-5.............. L at FIT *................................................12-3............W FIT *.....................................................8-7.............W at Florida Southern *.......................11-10...........W Florida Southern *...........................12-14............ L Tampa *........................................... 1-3 (10).......... L at Tampa *..........................................2-6.............. L at St. Leo *...........................................3-7.............. L

at St. Leo *...........................................0-4.............. L at Eckerd *.........................................1-13............. L Eckerd *..............................................11-5............W at Rollins *..........................................1-8.............. L Rollins *...............................................7-6.............W at FIT *................................................6-10............. L FIT *.....................................................2-5.............. L Florida Southern...............................3-11............. L at Florida Southern..........................8-11............. L Tampa.................................................1-7.............. L at Tampa.............................................6-7.............. L * SSC Game

1985 • 52-34-1

Coach: Jay Bergman First Season in Division I

2/8...... Florida....................................4-9.............. L 2/9...... FIT........................................ 3-2 (7)..........W 2/9...... FIT........................................ 6-2 (7)..........W 2/10.... at FIT .....................................9-8.............W 2/13.... at Tampa...............................23-9............W 2/14.... Florida Southern..................4-10............. L 2/15.... West Florida..........................0-8.............. L 2/16.... North Carolina......................4-1.............W 2/17.... North Carolina................. 9-10 (10)......... L 2/18.... Florida Southern...................3-4.............. L 2/19.... Rollins....................................8-4.............W 2/20.... at Rollins................................3-4.............. L 2/21.... FIU.........................................4-12............. L 2/21.... FIU..........................................3-1.............W 2/22.... LSU.........................................0-7.............. L 2/23.... LSU.........................................5-4.............W 2/24.... LSU.........................................8-9.............. L 2/26.... Stetson....................................9-1.............W 2/27.... at Stetson............................ 6-7 (12).......... L 3/1...... Tampa...................................14-5............W 3/2...... St. Joseph’s.............................5-7.............. L 3/3...... Florida A&M...................... 4-1 (7)..........W 3/3...... Florida A&M..................... 14-3 (7).........W 3/4...... Florida A&M.........................7-1.............W 3/5...... Boston College.................. 11-7 (7).........W 3/5...... Boston College.................. 10-1 (7).........W 3/6...... St. Joseph’s.............................8-5.............W 3/7...... Florida State..........................2-6.............. L 3/8...... Florida State...................... 6-5 (12).........W 3/8...... Pennsylvania.........................8-3.............W 3/9...... Vanderbilt..............................5-6.............. L 3/9...... Villanova..............................12-10...........W 3/10.... at Jacksonville.................... 8-4 (7)..........W 3/10.... at Jacksonville................... 4-13 (7).......... L 3/11.... Xavier.................................. 9-8 (7)..........W 3/11.... Xavier.................................. 7-2 (7)..........W 3/12.... Jacksonville State..................3-8.............. L 3/13.... Jacksonville State.................11-5............W 3/13.... Central Michigan.............. 6-5 (10).........W 3/15.... Wisconsin.............................14-8............W 3/15.... Wisconsin.............................18-1............W 3/16.... St. Xavier..............................20-10...........W 3/17.... St. Xavier............................. 3-4 (7)........... L 3/17.... St. Xavier............................. 3-4 (7)........... L 3/18.... Middle Tennessee St............7-1.............W 3/19.... Middle Tennessee St............0-6.............. L 3/20.... Valdosta State..................... 5-2 (7)..........W 3/20.... Valdosta State..................... 8-7 (7)..........W 3/22.... St. Xavier................................9-7.............W 3/23.... Colby.....................................15-6............W 3/24.... Colby.................................. 8-16 (7).......... L 3/24.... Colby.................................. 13-2 (7).........W 3/26.... Florida-Leesburg.................10-6............W 3/27.... Colby.................................. 10-1 (7).........W 3/27.... Colby.................................. 16-3 (7).........W 3/30.... Newberry.......................... 11-11 (8)......... T

3/30.. at Valdosta State...........1-13...........L 4/1.... at Florida A&M..........11-6 (7)...... W 4/1.... at Florida A&M..........14-3 (6)...... W 4/2.... Grace..............................18-4......... W 4/2.... Delaware.........................7-3.......... W 4/3.... Grace...........................20-0 (7)...... W 4/3.... Grace...........................21-6 (7)...... W 4/4.... Calvin..........................10-9 (7)...... W 4/4.... Calvin...........................6-3 (7)....... W 4/5.... Florida Atlantic.............9-10...........L 4/8.... at Florida State...............3-6............L 4/9.... at Florida State..............0-12...........L

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Year-By-Year Results

4/10.. at Florida State..............6-19...........L 4/12.. at Rollins.........................1-5............L 4/16.. Jacksonville...............12-10 (7)..... W 4/16.. Jacksonville....................5-4.......... W 4/20.. at FIU...............................3-4............L 4/20.. at FIU...............................8-7.......... W 4/21.. at FIU..............................11-5......... W 4/22.. Stetson.............................2-7............L 4/24.. at Stetson........................10-4......... W 4/26.. Flagler............................12-2......... W 4/27.. at Flagler.....................11-1 (7)...... W 4/27.. at Flagler......................3-4 (7).........L 5/3.... at USF.............................2-13...........L 5/4.... at USF.............................6-13...........L 5/5.... at USF..........................7-8 (10)........L 5/6.... USF..................................4-6............L 5/11.. at Miami (Fla.)................7-6.......... W 5/11.. at Miami (Fla.)...............5-18...........L 5/12.. at Miami (Fla.)...............5-28...........L

1986 • 46-13

Coach: Jay Bergman

2/4...... at Bethune-Cookman...........9-5.............W 2/9...... FIT...........................................8-6.............W 2/12.... Louisiana-Lafayette..............3-5.............. L 2/13.... Louisiana-Lafayette..............1-2.............. L 2/17.... Georgia..................................6-11............. L 2/18.... Georgia...................................9-3.............W 2/19.... at Stetson................................1-3.............. L 2/22.... FIU..........................................9-8.............W 2/23.... FIU.........................................5-11............. L 2/26.... Stetson....................................7-3.............W 3/1...... Saint Joseph’s........................9-3.............W 3/1...... Rollins....................................2-6.............. L 3/2...... Villanova................................9-4.............W 3/3...... Rollins...................................13-3............W 3/5...... Saint Joseph’s.......................17-2............W 3/7...... Catawba................................10-0............W 3/7...... Catawba.................................5-2.............W 3/8...... Villanova...............................11-1............W 3/9...... Michigan................................8-5.............W 3/10.... Ithaca.....................................12-3............W 3/11.... Liberty....................................5-4.............W 3/12.... Liberty...................................10-5............W 3/17.... Bellarmine..............................4-2.............W 3/17.... St. Xavier...............................11-9............W 3/18.... St. Xavier...............................13-2............W 3/19.... Northeastern Illinois............7-4.............W 3/20.... Northeastern Illinois...........11-2............W 3/21.... St. Xavier................................8-3.............W 3/22.... St. Xavier................................3-2.............W 3/22.... Colby.....................................25-1............W 3/22.... Merrimack............................10-5............W 3/23.... Merrimack............................11-3............W 3/24.... SIU-Edwardsville................26-4............W 3/25.... St. Mary’s..............................10-5............W 3/26.... Colby......................................5-0.............W 3/26.... St. Mary’s..............................15-4............W 3/27.... Colby....................................14-11...........W 3/27.... Merrimack.............................6-3.............W 3/28.... Ohio State.............................12-5............W 3/29.... Ohio State..............................7-2.............W 3/29.... SIU-Edwardsville.................7-8.............. L 4/1...... at Florida State....................12-15............ L 4/2...... at Florida State......................3-8.............. L 4/5...... Calvin.....................................4-3.............W 4/5...... Calvin.....................................8-2.............W 4/7...... Bethune-Cookman...............17-2............W 4/8...... at Rollins................................8-2.............W 4/9...... Rollins....................................8-1.............W 4/10.... at Florida................................7-0.............W 4/13.... at FIU......................................3-4.............. L 4/13.... at FIU . ..................................13-5............W 4/16.... FIT..........................................10-4............W 4/18.... Tampa....................................9-4.............W 4/21.... at Stetson................................5-2.............W 4/22.... Stetson...................................13-4............W 4/26.... Florida State..........................1-3.............. L 5/1...... Florida....................................1-2.............. L 5/2...... USF.........................................3-4.............. L 5/3...... USF.........................................6-3.............W

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1987 • 33-27

Coach: Jay Bergman

2/6...... West Florida..........................7-4.............W 2/7...... Armstrong State....................9-8.............W 2/7...... Armstrong State....................3-2.............W 2/8...... at FIT.......................................5-8.............. L 2/9...... FIT...........................................5-6.............. L 2/14.... at Rollins................................7-6.............W 2/15.... Rollins....................................9-3.............W 2/18.... at Stetson...............................10-9............W 2/20.... Stetson..................................15-16............ L 2/21.... Georgia...................................4-6.............. L 2/22.... Georgia...................................9-8.............W 2/25.... at USF.....................................2-9.............. L 2/28.... FIU.........................................12-1............W 3/1...... FIU.........................................10-5............W 3/4...... Florida....................................4-8.............. L 3/6...... Iowa State..............................3-1.............W 3/7...... Iowa State..............................3-4.............. L 3/7...... Detroit...................................10-4............W 3/8...... Detroit...................................15-5............W 3/9...... Villanova...............................12-5............W 3/10.... at Florida................................7-8.............. L 3/11.... Samford..................................5-8.............. L 3/12.... Samford.................................11-2............W 3/13.... Villanova...............................11-3............W 3/15.... Pittsburgh $...........................9-5.............W 3/16.... Seton Hall $...........................3-4.............. L 3/17.... Princeton $.............................9-2.............W 3/18.... Pittsburgh $..........................16-6............W 3/19.... Seton Hall $...........................4-7.............. L 3/20.... Princeton $.............................2-4.............. L 3/21.... Pittsburgh $...........................6-4.............W 3/22.... Seton Hall $...........................8-9.............. L 3/24.... at Florida State.....................4-12............. L 3/25.... at Florida State......................3-4.............. L 3/28.... West Virginia-Wesleyan......15-0............W 3/28.... West Virginia-Wesleyan......14-2............W 3/31.... Jacksonville...........................10-9............W 3/31.... Jacksonville..........................12-11...........W 4/1...... USF.........................................2-6.............. L 4/2...... at Florida...............................12-6............W 4/4...... at Alabama............................1-12............. L 4/4...... at Alabama............................10-3............W 4/5...... at Alabama............................5-16............. L 4/8...... at Stetson...............................5-12............. L 4/14.... at Rollins...............................14-2............W 4/15.... Rollins...................................12-1............W 4/17.... at FIU......................................1-7.............. L 4/18.... FIU..........................................1-5.............. L 4/21.... Stetson...................................7-15............. L 4/23.... Florida State..........................8-5.............W 4/29.... Armstrong State....................5-8.............. L 4/30.... Armstrong State..................29-15...........W 5/1...... at The Citadel........................7-3.............W 5/2...... at The Citadel........................3-6.............. L 5/2...... at The Citadel........................6-5.............W 5/6...... at North Carolina..................7-6.............W 5/7...... at North Carolina..................0-5.............. L 5/10.... at Jacksonville.......................2-3.............. L 5/10.... at Jacksonville.......................6-7.............. L Note - one result missing from the schedule $ UCF Burger King/Spring Classic Orlando, Fla.

1988 • 40-20

Coach: Jay Bergman

2/7...... FIT...........................................5-2.............W 2/16.... Florida....................................2-0.............W 2/17.... at Rollins...............................7-12............. L 2/19.... Georgia...................................5-1.............W 2/20.... Georgia..................................5-23............. L 2/23.... at Stetson................................2-7.............. L 2/24.... Stetson...................................12-1............W 2/26.... North Florida........................3-1.............W 2/27.... at FIU......................................4-5.............. L 2/28.... at FIU.....................................1-10............. L 2/29.... Bethune-Cookman...............24-1............W 2/29.... Bethune-Cookman...............15-0............W 3/1...... at Florida................................2-5.............. L 3/2...... Rollins................................ 6-8 (10).......... L 3/5...... Xavier.....................................5-1.............W 3/6...... Detroit................................ 7-6 (12).........W

3/7...... Maine......................................1-2.............. L 3/8...... Pennsylvania.........................6-5.............W 3/9...... Pittsburgh..............................1-0.............W 3/11.... Iowa State.......................... 3-2 (12).........W 3/11.... Iowa State.............................10-5............W 3/12.... Iowa State.............................4-16............. L 3/12.... Pittsburgh..............................3-0.............W 3/14.... Liberty....................................4-2.............W 3/15.... Bradley...................................8-0.............W 3/16.... Eastern Kentucky.................9-7.............W 3/17.... Liberty...................................10-6............W 3/18.... Bradley..................................1-12............. L 3/18.... Eastern Kentucky.................0-6.............. L 3/22.... Long Island............................9-1.............W 3/24.... Long Island............................1-0.............W 3/26.... Northeastern.........................6-1.............W 3/27.... Northeastern........................12-9............W 3/28.... Quincy....................................6-1.............W 3/29.... vs. Colby .............................23-16...........W 3/30.... at USF....................................10-1............W 3/31.... Southern Maine...................10-2............W 3/31.... Southern Maine....................7-6.............W 4/1...... Brown.....................................3-2.............W 4/4...... Calvin.....................................9-1.............W 4/4...... Calvin....................................11-2............W 4/8...... Jacksonville....................... 8-11 (10)......... L 4/8...... Jacksonville......................... 9-8 (8)..........W 4/13.... USF.........................................4-3.............W 4/16.... FIU..........................................2-1.............W 4/17.... vs. FIU &................................6-1.............W 4/19.... Stetson....................................7-9.............. L 4/20.... at Stetson...............................12-5............W 4/22.... at Jacksonville.................... 4-2 (8)..........W 4/22.... at Jacksonville.......................8-9.............. L 4/23.... Rollins....................................4-3.............W 4/24.... at Rollins................................8-3.............W 5/1...... at Florida State......................1-8.............. L 5/1...... at Florida State.................. 1-2 (10).......... L 5/2...... Rollins....................................7-1.............W 5/3...... Florida State.........................3-11............. L 5/4...... at Florida................................6-9.............. L 5/6...... at Southern Miss..................14-1............W 5/7...... at Southern Miss...................4-7.............. L 5/8...... at Southern Miss..................9-11............. L & Tinker Field - Orlando, Fla.

1989 • 42-22

Coach: Jay Bergman NCAA East Regional

2/3...... at Miami (Fla.).......................1-4.............. L 2/4...... at Miami (Fla.).......................1-5.............. L 2/5...... at Miami (Fla.)......................0-15............. L 2/7...... Bethune-Cookman...............16-5............W 2/10.... Rollins....................................2-6.............. L 2/11.... FIT...........................................5-2.............W 2/14.... at Bethune-Cookman..........15-5............W 2/15.... Stetson....................................9-3.............W 2/18.... at Rollins................................8-5.............W 2/20.... at Stetson................................4-6.............. L 2/25.... at FIU......................................4-3.............W 2/26.... at FIU.................................. 6-4 (12).........W 2/28.... Jacksonville............................4-5.............. L 2/28.... Jacksonville............................5-7.............. L 3/3...... Wisconsin..............................7-9.............. L 3/4...... Wisconsin..............................3-2.............W 3/4...... Wisconsin..............................3-1.............W 3/5...... Wisconsin.............................13-4............W 3/8...... Pittsburgh.............................10-2............W 3/9...... Oklahoma..............................9-8.............W 3/10.... Pittsburgh.............................16-1............W 3/11.... Michigan................................3-2.............W 3/12.... Michigan...............................10-9............W 3/14.... Yale.........................................7-4.............W 3/15.... Ithaca......................................8-0.............W 3/17.... Portland State.................... 5-4 (12).........W 3/18.... Xavier.....................................1-2.............. L 3/20.... Evansville $...........................6-5.............W 3/21.... Rider $....................................8-3.............W 3/22.... Davidson $.............................4-1.............W 3/23.... Evansville $...........................9-5.............W 3/24.... Rider $...................................6-10............. L 3/25.... Davidson $...........................13-11...........W 3/28.... at USF.....................................6-3.............W 3/29.... Florida....................................1-3.............. L

3/30.... Siena.......................................2-1.............W 3/31.... Siena......................................10-3............W 4/1...... Siena......................................19-5............W 4/3...... USF.........................................7-3.............W 4/6...... at Florida................................1-2.............. L 4/8...... FIU...................................... 5-4 (12).........W 4/9...... FIU.........................................8-13............. L 4/12.... Stetson....................................9-0.............W 4/16.... Tulane.....................................5-2.............W 4/16.... Tulane.....................................5-0.............W 4/19.... at Stetson...............................10-7............W 4/22.... at Jacksonville.................... 1-2 (8)........... L 4/22.... at Jacksonville.................... 2-3 (8)........... L 4/26.... at Florida................................7-4.............W 4/27.... Flagler................................. 5-4 (11).........W 4/28.... Florida Atlantic.....................2-3.............. L 5/5...... at Campbell...........................8-1.............W 5/6...... at Campbell...........................4-1.............W 5/7...... at UNC-Wilmington.............2-3.............. L 5/7...... at UNC-Wilmington.............0-8.............. L 5/10.... at South Carolina..................1-0.............W 5/10.... at South Carolina............... 3-6 (9)........... L 5/12.... Rollins....................................3-1.............W 5/13.... at Rollins................................5-8.............. L 5/14.... Rollins....................................7-4.............W 5/25.... vs. Georgia Tech @...............6-4.............W 5/26.... vs. Florida @.........................10-7............W 5/27.... vs. Miami (Fla.) @................1-10............. L 5/28.... vs. Villanova @......................2-5.............. L $ UCF Burger King Classic - Orlando, Fla. @ NCAA East Regional - Gainesville, Fla.

1990 • 40-20

Coach: Jay Bergman

2/4...... FIT...........................................4-8.............. L 2/9...... Western Kentucky................3-9.............. L 2/10.... Western Kentucky...............13-3............W 2/10.... Western Kentucky................2-4.............. L 2/11.... Miami (Fla.)...........................2-4.............. L 2/13.... Bethune-Cookman...............17-0............W 2/17.... vs. Illinois #..........................4-10............. L 2/17.... vs. Houston #........................3-4.............. L 2/18.... vs. Long Beach State #........4-17............. L 2/19.... vs. Houston #.......................12-5............W 2/20.... at Bethune-Cookman..........14-1............W 2/24.... Wisconsin..............................3-4.............. L 2/24.... Wisconsin.............................11-5............W 2/25.... Wisconsin..............................3-0.............W 2/25.... Wisconsin..............................6-0.............W 2/28.... at USF.....................................6-3.............W 3/3...... Georgia...................................1-5.............. L 3/4...... Georgia............................... 2-7 (12).......... L 3/7...... Wisconsin-Milwaukee.........6-1.............W 3/8...... Pittsburgh.............................14-2............W 3/10.... Michigan............................ 2-1 (14).........W 3/11.... Michigan................................6-1.............W 3/13.... Wisconsin-Milwaukee.........5-2.............W 3/17.... Mansfield (Pa.).....................12-9............W 3/17.... Illinois-Chicago.....................8-5.............W 3/19.... Cornell $.................................4-1.............W 3/20.... Hardin-Simmons $...............9-1.............W 3/21.... Bradley $................................8-5.............W 3/22.... Cornell $.................................8-0.............W 3/23.... Hardin-Simmons $...............5-3.............W 3/24.... Bradley $...............................15-7............W 3/27.... at Florida................................5-1.............W 3/28.... at Flagler................................9-6.............W 3/31.... Eastern Illinois......................5-1.............W 4/2...... at Stetson...............................15-6............W 4/3...... Stetson....................................4-3.............W 4/4...... at Florida Atlantic.................2-1.............W 4/7...... at North Florida....................4-3.............W 4/10.... Flagler.....................................5-0.............W 4/12.... at Stetson................................9-8.............W 4/13.... at FIU......................................0-5.............. L 4/14.... at FIU....................................10-16............ L 4/17.... at Jacksonville.......................2-1.............W 4/17.... at Jacksonville.......................2-3.............. L 4/18.... Stetson....................................2-1.............W 4/21.... at Tulane...............................2-13............. L 4/21.... at Tulane................................1-2.............. L 4/25.... Florida....................................2-0.............W 4/27.... Siena.......................................5-1.............W 4/27.... Siena.......................................7-0.............W

Year-By-Year Results 4/29.... Siena......................................14-4............W 5/2...... USF.........................................6-7.............. L 5/6...... at Coastal Carolina...............6-4.............W 5/7...... at Coastal Carolina...............5-6.............. L 5/7...... at Coastal Carolina...............1-2.............. L 5/11.... Rollins....................................6-2.............W 5/12.... at Rollins................................9-2.............W 5/13.... Rollins....................................5-4.............W 5/18.... at Miami (Fla.).......................3-4.............. L 5/19.... at Miami (Fla.).......................0-9.............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. $ UCF Burger King/Pepsi Classic Orlando, Fla.

1991 • 41-21/10-8 ASC Coach: Jay Bergman

2/2...... Rollins....................................6-2.............W 2/3...... at Rollins................................9-1.............W 3/5...... USF.........................................2-5.............. L 2/8...... vs. Georgia Southern #.......12-10...........W 2/9...... vs. UCLA #............................5-6.............. L 2/9...... vs. Florida #...........................5-7.............. L 2/10.... vs. Georgia Southern #.......10-15............ L 2/15.... Western Kentucky..............12-14............ L 2/16.... Western Kentucky................4-2.............W 2/17.... Western Kentucky................6-5.............W 2/22.... Illinois.....................................7-6.............W 2/23.... Illinois....................................10-9............W 2/24.... Illinois....................................8-15............. L 2/28.... Furman...................................5-2.............W 3/1...... Wisconsin..............................7-4.............W 3/2...... Wisconsin..............................5-2.............W 3/2...... Wisconsin..............................5-2.............W 3/5...... Flagler.....................................5-2.............W 3/7...... Pittsburgh..............................8-5.............W 3/10.... North Florida........................0-7.............. L 3/10.... Ithaca......................................9-0.............W N/A.... Ohio Wesleyan.....................23-4............W 3/12.... Liberty....................................7-1.............W N/A.... SE Massachusetts.................12-1............W 3/15.... George Mason......................12-8............W 3/18.... Arkansas State *....................9-2.............W 3/18.... Arkansas State *...................19-5............W 3/19.... Arkansas State *....................8-4.............W 3/19.... Princeton $.............................9-5.............W 3/20.... Missouri $..............................3-4.............. L 3/21.... Bradley $................................6-1.............W 3/22.... Bradley $...............................17-2............W 3/24.... Missouri $..............................2-4.............. L 3/25.... Wagner...................................9-1.............W 3/26.... Wright State...........................6-5.............W N/A.... Cleveland State....................24-2............W 3/30.... at Texas-Pan American *......4-5.............. L 3/30.... at Texas-Pan American *...... 4-5.............. L 3/31.... at Texas-Pan American *......8-9.............. L 4/4...... Siena......................................10-2............W 4/4...... Siena......................................11-0............W 4/5...... Bethune-Cookman...............18-3............W 4/6...... Louisiana-Lafayette *...........3-4.............. L 4/6...... Louisiana-Lafayette *...........7-2.............W 4/7...... Louisiana-Lafayette *..........2-12............. L 4/9...... at Stetson...............................12-5............W 4/10.... at USF....................................9-13............. L 4/12.... at Rollins................................9-5.............W 4/16.... Stetson....................................6-7.............. L 4/20.... at Louisiana Tech *...............5-6.............. L 4/20.... at Louisiana Tech *..............5-13............. L 4/21.... at Louisiana Tech *...............7-6.............W 4/27.... at New Orleans *...................8-5.............W 4/27.... at New Orleans *..................10-2............W 4/28.... at New Orleans *...................1-5.............. L 5/4...... Lamar *...................................5-4.............W 5/4...... Lamar *...................................5-2.............W 5/5...... Lamar *...................................6-1.............W 5/9...... at Texas-Pan American +.....6-2.............W 5/11.... vs. Louisiana Tech +.............6-4.............W 5/12.... vs. Louisiana-Lafayette +.....3-6.............. L 5/12.... vs. Louisiana-Lafayette +..... 6-8.............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. $ Dr. Pepper/UCF Classic - Orlando, Fla. + ASC Tournament * American South Conference Game

1992 • 35-23/9-11 SBC Coach: Jay Bergman

2/2...... FIT...........................................7-6.............W 2/7...... vs. USF #................................7-1.............W 2/8...... vs. Ohio State #....................8-11............. L 2/8...... vs. Southern California #..... 1-5.............. L 2/9...... vs. USF #................................4-7.............. L 2/15.... at Rollins...............................10-5............W 2/16.... Rollins....................................9-5.............W 2/22.... FIU..........................................4-2.............W 2/23.... FIU.........................................13-6............W 2/27.... at Bethune-Cookman..........10-3............W 2/27.... at Bethune-Cookman..........18-1............W 2/29.... Bethune-Cookman...............16-2............W 3/2...... Flagler.....................................8-7.............W 3/3...... Vanderbilt..............................9-5.............W 3/5...... at Kansas City Royals %.... N/A...... N/A 3/6...... at Jacksonville *....................15-4............W 3/7...... at Jacksonville *....................2-14............. L 3/8...... at Jacksonville *.....................9-5.............W 3/9...... Illinois-Chicago $..................3-0.............W 3/10.... Oregon State $.......................6-5.............W 3/10.... Evansville $...........................6-3.............W 3/12.... Illinois-Chicago $..................9-6.............W 3/13.... Oregon State $.......................4-5.............. L 3/14.... Evansville $...........................5-3.............W 3/16.... Massachusetts.......................8-5.............W 3/17.... Cornell....................................4-2.............W 3/18.... Massachusetts.......................1-2.............. L 3/21.... at Arkansas-Little Rock *.......2-5.............. L 3/21.... at Arkansas-Little Rock *......6-11............. L 3/23.... Cleveland State................. 7-6 (10).........W 3/24.... LSU.........................................2-5.............. L 3/27.... South Alabama *...................9-0.............W 3/28.... South Alabama *...................1-5.............. L 3/29.... South Alabama *...................4-3.............W 4/1...... Gustavius Adolphus............8-0.............W 4/3...... Western Kentucky *.............4-7.............. L 4/4...... Western Kentucky *............7-10............. L 4/5...... Western Kentucky *......... 4-3 (13).........W 4/8...... at Stetson................................6-7.............. L 4/10.... at South Alabama *...............1-5.............. L 4/11.... at South Alabama *..............3-20............. L 4/12.... at South Alabama *...............7-1.............W 4/14.... USF.........................................3-6.............. L 4/15.... Stetson....................................1-8.............. L 4/17.... Nicholls State........................5-4.............W 4/18.... Nicholls State........................6-2.............W 4/21.... at USF.....................................8-6.............W 4/29.... Stetson....................................3-6.............. L 4/24.... at Western Kentucky *........7-12............. L 4/25.... at Western Kentucky *.......12-26............ L 4/26.... at Western Kentucky *........12-4............W 4/28.... Stetson....................................3-1.............W 5/1...... at North Florida....................7-3.............W 5/7...... Jacksonville *.........................8-7.............W 5/8...... Jacksonville *..................... 1-2 (11).......... L 5/9...... Jacksonville *.........................3-2.............W 5/13.... vs. Louisiana Tech ^.............6-4.............W 5/14.... vs. Lamar ^............................2-4.............. L 5/15.... vs. Louisiana-Lafayette ^....3-4.............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. % - Exhibition - Baseball City, Fla. $ UCF Classic - Orlando, Fla. ^ SBC Tournament - Mobile, Ala. * Sun Belt Game

1993 • 31-31/9-9 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA East Regional

2/5...... vs. Pepperdine #...................1-6.............. L 2/6...... vs. Auburn #........................1-12............. L 2/6...... vs. Georgia Tech #...............2-13............. L 2/7...... vs. Auburn #........................12-4............W 2/13.... Bethune-Cookman................6-2.............W 2/13.... Bethune-Cookman...............20-0............W 2/15.... at Bethune-Cookman...........6-1.............W 2/16.... Flagler................................. 8-9 (10).......... L 2/19.... FIT...........................................3-2.............W 2/20.... at Rollins...............................7-11............. L 2/21.... Rollins....................................2-1.............W 2/25.... Tennessee...............................1-5.............. L

2/26.... Tennessee...............................0-9.............. L 2/26.... Illinois.....................................0-5.............. L 2/28.... Illinois.....................................2-0.............W 3/3...... Vanderbilt..............................0-1.............. L 3/6...... at LSU....................................0-12............. L 3/7...... at LSU....................................4-14............. L 3/8...... Illinois-Chicago $..................1-3.............. L 3/9...... Maryland-Eastern Shore $......9-0.............W 3/10.... Butler $..................................14-4............W 3/10.... vs. Florida State....................5-7.............. L 3/11.... Illinois-Chicago $..................7-6.............W 3/12.... Butler $...................................8-1.............W 3/13.... Rhode Island.........................6-1.............W 3/18.... vs. West Virginia.................14-3............W 3/20.... at Auburn..............................3-4.............. L 3/21.... at Auburn..............................1-2.............. L 3/23.... Cornell...................................12-1............W 3/24.... Cleveland State....................21-6............W 3/25.... Cleveland State.....................6-7.............. L 3/26.... at Stetson *.............................4-9.............. L 3/27.... at Stetson *.............................0-1.............. L 3/27.... at Stetson *.............................1-2.............. L 3/31.... at Miami................................2-11............. L 4/2...... College of Charleston *........4-3.............W 4/3...... College of Charleston *........1-4.............. L 4/3...... College of Charleston *........5-1.............W 4/5...... Florida Atlantic.....................1-0.............W 4/9...... Stetson *.................................5-4.............W 4/10.... Stetson *.................................3-2.............W 4/10.... Stetson *................................2-23............. L 4/14.... USF.........................................2-0.............W 4/16.... FIU *........................................5-3.............W 4/17.... FIU *.................................... 2-1 (10).........W 4/17.... FIU *........................................4-6.............. L 4/21.... USF.........................................7-6.............W 4/23.... at College of Charleston *....... 4-7.............. L 4/24.... at College of Charleston *........3-2 (12).........W 4/24.... at College of Charleston *....... 2-8.............. L 5/1...... at USF....................................6-17............. L 5/2...... at USF....................................0-11............. L 5/7...... at FIU *..................................7-18............. L 5/8...... at FIU *...................................6-5.............W 5/8...... at FIU *..................................11-4............W 5/14.... vs. SE Louisiana ^.................4-2.............W 5/15.... vs. Centenary ^.....................5-2.............W 5/16.... vs. Centenary ^.....................3-5.............. L 5/16.... vs. Centenary ^....................12-2............W 5/27.... Long Beach State @..............6-11............. L 5/28.... USF @.....................................4-3.............W 5/29.... Notre Dame @......................3-12............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. $ UCF Classic - Orlando, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - DeLand, Fla. @ NCAA East Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1994 • 29-26/8-10 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman

2/6...... at Rollins................................1-5.............. L 2/8...... at Bethune-Cookman..........13-3............W 2/11.... vs. NC State #........................9-2.............W 2/12.... vs. Kansas #..........................13-8............W 2/12.... vs. Tennessee #.....................2-3.............. L 2/13.... vs. Tennessee #.....................0-3.............. L 2/16.... Bethune-Cookman................1-2.............. L 2/16.... Bethune-Cookman................7-0.............W 2/19.... Rollins....................................5-7.............. L 2/25.... Rutgers...................................1-7.............. L 2/26.... Rutgers...................................2-0.............W 2/27.... Rutgers...................................6-1.............W 3/5...... Florida A&M........................14-3............W 3/5...... Florida A&M........................10-2............W 3/6...... Purdue....................................5-4.............W 3/10.... Vanderbilt..............................3-7.............. L 3/11.... Michigan................................2-5.............. L 3/12.... Michigan................................4-3.............W 3/12.... Michigan................................8-7.............W 3/13.... Florida....................................7-2.............W 3/15.... Rider.......................................9-6.............W 3/16.... Rider.......................................2-8.............. L 3/17.... Rider.......................................5-7.............. L 3/19.... at Florida Atlantic................13-8............W 3/20.... at Florida Atlantic.................6-4.............W 3/20.... at Florida Atlantic................1-11............. L

3/21.... Cleveland State....................16-3............W 3/21.... Cleveland State.....................4-0.............W 3/25.... College of Charleston *........7-3.............W 3/26.... College of Charleston *........2-6.............. L 3/26.... College of Charleston *........3-0.............W 3/30.... at Florida................................5-4.............W 4/1...... at FIU *...................................3-7.............. L 4/2...... at FIU *...................................5-1.............W 4/2...... at FIU *..................................5-13............. L 4/5...... USF.........................................4-8.............. L 4/8...... Stetson *.................................5-2.............W 4/9...... Stetson *.................................3-2.............W 4/9...... Stetson *.................................5-1.............W 4/12.... at USF.....................................1-5.............. L 4/15.... FIU *........................................7-3.............W 4/16.... FIU *........................................1-5.............. L 4/16.... FIU *........................................3-4.............. L 4/19.... USF.........................................5-2.............W 4/22.... at College of Charleston *.......2-6.............. L 4/23.... at College of Charleston *.......0-3.............. L 4/23.... at College of Charleston *.......2-3.............. L 4/27.... at Florida................................2-9.............. L 4/29.... at Stetson *.............................0-3.............. L 4/30.... at Stetson *.............................7-6.............W 4/30.... at Stetson *.............................0-9.............. L 5/3...... at USF.....................................7-6.............W 5/7...... Florida Atlantic................. 5-4 (10).........W 5/8...... Florida Atlantic.....................2-8.............. L 5/8...... Florida Atlantic.....................2-9.............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1995 • 49-13/23-7 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional

2/4...... at Rollins ...............................1-4.............. L 2/5...... Rollins....................................3-2.............W 2/10.... vs. Georgia #........................10-5............W 2/11.... vs. North Carolina #...........11-5............W 2/11.... vs. Miami (Fla.) #..................0-6.............. L 2/12.... vs. Miami (Fla.) #..................4-5 . ........... L 2/15.... Bethune-Cookman................6-1.............W 2/15.... Bethune-Cookman................6-5.............W 2/17.... Minnesota..............................6-0.............W 2/18.... Minnesota..............................7-1.............W 2/19.... Minnesota..............................4-3.............W 2/21.... at Bethune-Cookman...........5-2.............W 2/21.... at Bethune-Cookman...........6-3.............W 2/25.... at Florida Atlantic *..............2-3.............. L 2/26.... at Florida Atlantic *.............2-11............. L 2/26.... at Florida Atlantic *..............5-2.............W 3/3...... FIU *........................................3-5.............. L 3/4...... FIU *..................................... 1-5 (9)........... L 3/4...... FIU *........................................3-8.............. L 3/8...... Vanderbilt..............................9-5.............W 3/10.... at Campbell *.........................6-1.............W 3/10.... at Campbell *.........................1-0.............W 3/11.... at Campbell *.........................4-2.............W 3/13.... at Florida A&M.....................3-1.............W 3/14.... at Florida A&M....................12-2............W 3/16.... Long Island...........................11-3............W 3/18.... College of Charleston *........2-1.............W 3/18.... College of Charleston *........ 5-4 (15).........W 3/19.... College of Charleston *.......10-2............W 3/20.... Cleveland State.....................3-0.............W 3/22.... Portland State........................6-0.............W 3/24.... at SE Louisiana *..................15-9............W 3/25.... at SE Louisiana *...................4-1.............W 3/25.... at SE Louisiana *...................8-4.............W 3.28..... at Rollins...............................11-3............W 4/1...... Centenary *............................5-1.............W 4/2...... Centenary *...........................10-5............W 4/2...... Centenary *............................2-0.............W 4/4...... USF.........................................5-4.............W 4/7...... at Georgia State *.................14-3............W 4/8...... at Georgia State *..................7-4.............W 4/8...... at Georgia State *.................12-3............W 4/11.... at USF.....................................2-0.............W 4/14.... Samford *...............................9-1.............W 4/15.... Samford *...............................3-2.............W 4/15.... Samford *...............................3-0.............W 4/18.... USF.........................................3-2.............W

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Year-By-Year Results 4/21.... Mercer *..................................5-4.............W 4/22.... Mercer *..................................3-7.............. L 4/22.... Mercer *..................................9-3.............W 4/25.... at USF....................................11-4............W 4/26.... at Miami (Fla.)......................4-20............. L 4/27.... at Miami (Fla.)......................11-5............W 5/4...... at Stetson *........................ 12-8 (10)........W 5/6...... at Stetson *.............................5-4.............W 5/6...... at Stetson *.............................0-2.............. L 5/11.... vs. Stetson ^...........................4-3.............W 5/12.... vs. Florida Atlantic ^............7-5.............W 5/13.... vs. Stetson ^...........................7-2.............W 5/25.... vs. South Alabama @............6-5.............W 5/26.... vs. Old Dominion @.............6-7.............. L 5/27.... vs. Mississippi @..................4-10............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - Homestead, Fla. @ NCAA Atlantic I Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1996 • 43-22/9-9 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA East Regional

2/2...... Western Carolina.............. 5-4 (12).........W 2/3...... Western Carolina.................11-8............W 2/4...... Western Carolina.................12-2............W 2/9...... vs. Wake Forest #.................5-4.............W 2/10.... vs. North Carolina #............8-3.............W 2/11.... vs. Georgia Tech #................8-7.............W 2/14.... Bethune-Cookman................9-2.............W 2/17.... Louisiana-Lafayette..............7-8.............. L 2/18.... Louisiana-Lafayette........ 12-11 (10).......W 2/18.... Louisiana-Lafayette..............9-7.............W 2/21.... at Rollins ...............................5-7.............. L 2/23.... Rider......................................12-4............W 2/24.... Rider.......................................6-1.............W 2/25.... Rider.......................................6-5.............W 2/28.... at Bethune-Cookman...........8-4.............W 3/3...... Temple..................................15-3............W 3/3...... Temple...................................7-0.............W 3/4...... Vanderbilt..............................3-5.............. L 3/8...... at Rice.....................................5-6.............. L 3/8...... at Houston.............................5-9.............. L 3/9...... at Houston.............................3-8.............. L 3/10.... at Houston.............................5-1.............W 3/12.... Lehigh....................................8-2.............W 3/14.... George Mason......................10-0............W 3/15.... Rutgers...................................0-1.............. L 3/16.... Rutgers..................................11-2............W 3/17.... Rutgers...................................6-2.............W 3/19.... Rhode Island........................13-3............W 3/20.... Maryland..............................16-3............W 3/21.... Akron....................................2-18............. L 3/21.... Akron....................................14-2............W 3/22.... at Stetson *.............................0-5.............. L 3/23.... at Stetson *.............................2-3.............. L 3/23.... at Stetson *.............................4-5.............. L 3/26.... Rollins....................................2-5.............. L 3/29.... Florida Atlantic *.................10-1............W 3/30.... Florida Atlantic *..................2-3.............. L 3/31.... Florida Atlantic *.................11-8............W 4/2...... at USF.....................................9-4.............W 4/5...... at FIU *...................................0-1.............. L 4/6...... at FIU *...................................6-4.............W 4/6...... at FIU *..................................1-13............. L 4/9...... USF.........................................5-1.............W 4/13.... Stetson *.................................3-2.............W 4/13.... Stetson *................................12-5............W 4/14.... Stetson *................................10-3............W 4/16.... at USF....................................3-10............. L 4/19.... FIU *.................................... 1-2 (12).......... L 4/20.... FIU *........................................6-4.............W 4/20.... FIU *........................................5-2.............W 4/23.... USF.........................................3-2.............W 4/24.... at Florida................................3-8.............. L 5/3...... Rollins...................................12-8............W 5/4...... at Florida Atlantic *..............6-9.............. L 5/5...... at Florida Atlantic *..............5-4.............W 5/5...... at Florida Atlantic *..............2-6.............. L 5/10.... Centenary &..........................4-2.............W 5/11.... Centenary &.........................14-0............W 5/15.... vs. SE Louisiana ^.................2-1.............W 5/16.... vs. Florida Atlantic ^............3-1.............W

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5/17.... vs. Stetson ^...........................6-3.............W 5/18.... vs. Florida Atlantic ^............6-2.............W 5/23.... vs. Massachusetts @.............7-8.............. L 5/24.... vs. Bucknell @......................13-1............W 5/25.... vs. Massachusetts @.............5-7.............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. & A-Sun First Round - Orlando, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - DeLand, Fla. @ NCAA East Regional - Gainesville, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1997 • 40-24/7-10 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA East Regional

2/1...... at Rollins...............................10-3............W 2/2...... Rollins...................................14-9............W 2/3...... vs. Florida Tech <.................9-4.............W 2/7...... vs. Tennessee #................. 6-8 (11).......... L 2/8...... vs. USF #...............................6-15............. L 2/8...... vs. Oklahoma State #.........12-13............ L 2/9...... vs. Oklahoma State #...........8-7.............W 2/11.... Louisiana-Lafayette..............7-0.............W 2/14.... Campbell................................9-3.............W 2/15.... Campbell................................4-2.............W 2/15.... Campbell................................5-4.............W 2/18.... Bethune-Cookman................3-4.............. L 2/21.... vs. Texas State >....................2-8.............. L 2/22.... vs. Houston >.......................6-15............. L 2/23.... vs. Oklahoma >.....................4-6.............. L 2/25.... at Bethune-Cookman...........4-3.............W 3/1...... vs. Vanderbilt ~....................9-2.............W 3/2...... vs. Lamar ~............................6-0.............W 3/7...... Siena......................................19-0............W 3/7...... Siena.......................................6-1.............W 3/8...... Siena.......................................4-1.............W 3/8...... Siena.......................................3-2.............W 3/14.... Maine.................................. 6-7 (11).......... L 3/15.... Lehigh...................................13-2............W 3/15.... Maine......................................5-0.............W 3/15.... Maine......................................5-4.............W 3/16.... Illinois-Chicago.....................5-1.............W 3/18.... Rutgers.................................15-13...........W 3/19.... Rutgers..................................13-6............W 3/20.... Rutgers...................................4-7.............. L 3/25.... Rollins....................................1-0.............W 3/26.... Houston................................8-11............. L 3/28.... Stetson *............................. 4-3 (11).........W 3/29.... Stetson *.................................1-3.............. L 3/29.... Stetson *.................................3-2.............W 4/1...... at USF....................................11-3............W 4/4...... at FIU *...................................5-7.............. L 4/5...... at FIU *................................ 4-2 (9)..........W 4/5...... at FIU *...................................2-3.............. L 4/8...... USF..................................... 4-3 (11).........W 4/13.... at Florida Atlantic *.......... 12-6 (9).........W 4/13.... at Florida Atlantic *..............5-0.............W 4/15.... at USF................................. 3-4 (13).......... L 4/16.... at Bethune-Cookman...........8-2.............W 4/18.... at FIU *.................................14-15............ L 4/19.... at FIU *............................... 6-12 (8).......... L 4/19.... at FIU *...................................6-7.............. L 4/22.... USF.........................................2-1.............W 4/23.... at Florida..............................19-11...........W 4/27.... Florida Atlantic *..................6-8.............. L 4/27.... Florida Atlantic *..................4-6.............. L 4/28.... Florida Atlantic *..................6-1.............W 5/3...... at Stetson *............................0-16............. L 5/4...... at Stetson *.............................4-9.............. L 5/4...... at Stetson *.............................7-6.............W 5/9...... at Jacksonville State &.........15-5............W 5/10.... at Jacksonville State &........12-13............ L 5/10.... at Jacksonville State &.........16-5............W 5/14.... vs. Mercer ^..........................11-4............W 5/15.... vs. SE Louisiana ^................17-9............W 5/16.... vs. FIU ^.................................8-4.............W 5/17.... vs. Stetson ^..........................14-9............W 5/22.... vs. USF @...............................4-5.............. L 5/23.... vs. Florida State @................2-16............. L < Melbourne, Fla. # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. > Houston Invitational - Houston, Texas ~ Blue/Gray Classic - Montgomery, Ala. & A-Sun First Round - Jacksonville, Ala.

^ A-Sun Tournament - DeLand, Fla. @ NCAA East Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1998 • 41-21/12-6 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman

1/31.... at Rollins...............................17-0............W 2/1...... Rollins....................................8-4.............W 2/3...... vs. Bethune-Cookman..........4-2.............W 2/7...... vs. Clemson #........................6-7.............. L 2/7...... vs. Auburn #.........................0-4.............. L 2/8...... vs. USF #................................2-3.............. L 2/10.... at Bethune-Cookman..........16-1............W 2/14.... vs. Santa Clara <...................0-2.............. L 2/14.... vs. Washington <..................4-8.............. L 2/15.... vs. Oregon State <................2-7.............. L 2/20.... vs. Kansas >...........................6-4.............W 2/21.... vs. Oklahoma >.....................3-5.............. L 2/22.... at Houston >..........................4-9.............. L 2/24.... at Houston.............................4-3.............W 2/25.... at Rice.....................................4-3.............W 2/27.... at Sam Houston State...........2-3.............. L 2/28.... at Sam Houston State...........5-2.............W 3/6...... Centenary..............................7-3.............W 3/7...... Centenary.............................11-3............W 3/7...... Centenary..............................8-1.............W 3/11.... Miami (Ohio).........................8-2.............W 3/12.... at Cleveland Indians %........2-6.............. L 3/13.... Central Michigan..................7-4.............W 3/13.... Central Michigan..................7-3.............W 3/15.... Illinois-Chicago....................20-4............W 3/17.... Western Illinois.....................8-0.............W 3/18.... Western Illinois.....................9-3.............W 3/18.... Western Illinois.....................8-3.............W 3/20.... Lehigh...................................12-4............W 3/21.... Northwestern.......................12-3............W 3/22.... Northwestern........................7-9.............. L 3/23.... Northwestern.................... 7-8 (10).......... L 3/25.... Bethune-Cookman................9-3.............W 3/28.... Florida Atlantic *..................4-3.............W 3/29.... Florida Atlantic *..................6-2.............W 3/29.... Florida Atlantic *..................9-0.............W 3/31.... USF........................................10-7............W 4/3...... FIU *........................................6-5.............W 4/4...... FIU *.......................................4-12............. L 4/4...... FIU *........................................3-8.............. L 4/7...... at USF...................................17-10...........W 4/10.... Stetson *...............................16-13...........W 4/11.... Stetson *.................................6-7.............. L 4/11.... Stetson *.................................9-4.............W 4/14.... USF........................................6-11............. L 4/15.... Bethune-Cookman...............16-1............W 4/17.... at FIU *...................................1-6.............. L 4/18.... at FIU *...................................6-5.............W 4/18.... at FIU *..................................1-10............. L 4/21.... USF........................................10-5............W 4/25.... Florida Atlantic *..................8-3.............W 4/26.... Florida Atlantic *..................5-3.............W 4/26.... Florida Atlantic *..................7-5.............W 5/2...... at Stetson *....................... 11-10 (10).......W 5/3...... at Stetson *.......................... 5-3 (8)..........W 5/3...... at Stetson *.............................1-2.............. L 5/8...... Centenary &.........................7-10............. L 5/9...... Centenary &.........................10-5............W 5/9...... Centenary &.........................14-2............W 5/13.... vs. Jacksonville State ^.........5-0.............W 5/14.... vs. Stetson ^...........................5-3.............W 5/15.... vs. FIU ^.................................2-3.............. L 5/15.... vs. Troy ^..............................9-12............. L # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. < Space Coast Tournament - Melbourne, Fla. % Exhibition - Winter Haven, Fla. > Houston Invitational - Houston, Texas & A-Sun First Round - Orlando, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - Kissimmee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

1999 • 38-21/19-11 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman

1/29.... vs Duke #...............................8-5.............W 1/30.... vs #29 South Alabama #.......6-3.............W 1/31.... vs #4 Rice #............................1-8.............. L 2/5...... Nicholls State........................6-8.............. L 2/6...... Nicholls State........................3-7.............. L

2/7...... Nicholls State.......................12-6............W 2/9...... vs. Bethune-Cookman &......13-8............W 2/12.... St. John’s...............................14-5............W 2/13.... St. John’s...............................5-10............. L 2/14.... St. John’s................................8-5.............W 2/20.... Rollins....................................9-3.............W 2/23.... Bethune-Cookman...............15-4............W 2/27.... at #8 LSU..............................4-18............. L 2/28.... at #8 LSU...............................2-5.............. L 3/3...... Western Michigan...............17-5............W 3/6...... at Troy *..................................8-7.............W 3/6...... at Troy *..................................3-4.............. L 3/7...... at Troy *................................10-11............ L 3/9...... Lehigh....................................9-5.............W 3/12.... Siena.......................................2-4.............. L 3/13.... Siena......................................18-4............W 3/13.... Siena......................................22-2............W 3/17.... at Bethune-Cookman...........6-2.............W 3/19.... at Samford *...........................8-3.............W 3/20.... at Samford *...........................6-2.............W 3/20.... at Samford *...........................9-4.............W 3/24.... Bethune-Cookman................6-1.............W 3/26.... Jacksonville State *...............7-1.............W 3/27.... Jacksonville State *...............4-7.............. L 3/27.... Jacksonville State *..............12-3............W 3/30.... at USF.....................................7-4.............W 4/2...... at Centenary *........................9-1.............W 4/2...... at Centenary *..................... 5-6 (8)........... L 4/3...... at Centenary *.......................16-8............W 4/6...... USF.........................................8-6.............W 4/9...... Campbell *............................11-4............W 4/10.... Campbell *.............................6-5.............W 4/10.... Campbell *............................16-2............W 4/13.... at USF................................. 4-5 (10).......... L 4/16.... at Stetson *............................20-3............W 4/18.... at Stetson *............................17-0............W 4/18.... at Stetson *.......................... 5-3 (8)..........W 4/20.... USF.......................................12-11...........W 4/24.... Jacksonville *.........................2-4.............. L 4/24.... Jacksonville *........................7-10............. L 4/25.... Jacksonville *..................... 7-8 (10).......... L 5/1...... #8 Florida Atlantic *............7-18............. L 5/1...... #8 Florida Atlantic *.............1-7.............. L 5/2...... #8 Florida Atlantic *.............5-4.............W 5/7...... at Mercer *.............................5-4.............W 5/8...... at Mercer *............................3-11............. L 5/8...... at Mercer *............................6-11............. L 5/11.... at Florida................................8-7.............W 5/14.... Georgia State *.......................9-1.............W 5/15.... Georgia State *......................18-6 . .........W 5/15.... Georgia State *.......................8-1.............W 5/19.... vs. Mercer ^...........................4-5.............. L 5/20.... vs. #8 Florida Atlantic ^......7-4.............W 5/21.... vs. Jacksonville ^..................1-5.............. L & Space Coast Stadium - Viera, Fla. # Olive Garden Classic - Kissimmee, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - Kissimmee, Fla. * A-Sun game

2000 • 43-19/22-5 A-Sun

Coach: Jay Bergman NCAA Tallahassee Regional

1/28.... vs. #20 North Carolina &......6-9.............. L 1/29.... vs. #21 Wake Forest &.........5-4.............W 1/30.... vs. #24 Clemson &................5-0.............W 2/8...... at Bethune-Cookman...........2-4.............. L 2/11.... Western Carolina..................7-2.............W 2/12.... Western Carolina.................21-0............W 2/13.... Western Carolina.................14-7............W 2/15.... at Bethune-Cookman...........5-6.............. L 2/18.... Tennessee Tech....................10-7............W 2/19.... Tennessee Tech....................8-14............. L 2/20.... Tennessee Tech.....................9-1.............W 2/22.... Bethune-Cookman................8-4.............W 2/25.... at #5 Alabama.......................8-5.............W 2/26.... at #5 Alabama......................4-18............. L 2/27.... at #5 Alabama......................5-10............. L 3/1...... Bethune-Cookman...............10-2............W 3/3...... #11 LSU................................14-13...........W 3/4...... #11 LSU.................................4-11............. L 3/5...... #11 LSU..................................1-4.............. L 3/7...... Siena......................................18-4............W 3/8...... Siena......................................10-9............W 3/10.... Samford *..............................10-6............W

Year-By-Year Results 3/10.... Samford *...............................9-3.............W 3/11.... Samford *..............................19-0............W 3/18.... Cornell....................................8-1.............W 3/19.... Cornell....................................9-5.............W 3/19.... Cornell...................................13-2............W 3/22.... Lehigh...................................23-3............W 3/24.... at Georgia State *..................6-5.............W 3/25.... at Georgia State *..................2-9.............. L 3/25.... at Georgia State *..................8-6.............W 3/28.... USF.........................................9-8.............W 3/31.... at Jacksonville *.....................4-1.............W 4/1...... at Jacksonville *.....................7-3.............W 4/1...... at Jacksonville *.....................3-2.............W 4/4...... at USF.....................................2-6.............. L 4/8...... Stetson *................................3-13............. L 4/8...... Stetson *.................................4-2.............W 4/9...... Stetson *.................................4-7.............. L 4/11.... at USF.....................................3-0.............W 4/15.... at Jacksonville State *...........9-3.............W 4/15.... at Jacksonville State *...........7-6.............W 4/16.... at Jacksonville State *...........8-7.............W 4/18.... USF........................................2-13............. L 4/21.... at Florida Atlantic *..............1-2.............. L 4/22.... at Florida Atlantic *........... 8-4 (8)..........W 4/22.... at Florida Atlantic *............12-10...........W 4/29.... Troy *.....................................7-14............. L 4/29.... Troy *......................................7-0.............W 4/30.... Troy *......................................9-8.............W 5/4...... Mercer *.................................18-2............W 5/5...... Mercer *..................................7-3.............W 5/5...... Mercer *.................................10-4............W 5/12.... at Campbell *.........................5-2.............W 5/12.... at Campbell *.........................3-1.............W 5/13.... at Campbell *.........................9-1.............W 5/17.... vs. Campbell ^......................0-5.............. L 5/18.... vs. Georgia State ^................5-6.............. L 5/26.... vs. Evansville @....................4-1.............W 5/27.... at #7 Florida State @.............9-8.............W 5/28.... at #7 Florida State @.............1-6.............. L 5/28.... at #7 Florida State @.............1-8.............. L & ACC/Disney Blast - Lake Buena Vista, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament - Jacksonville, Fla. @ NCAA Tallahassee Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun game

2001 • 51-14/22-5 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA Columbia Regional

2/3...... FIU..........................................2-6.............. L 2/4...... FIU..........................................9-0.............W 2/6...... Bethune-Cookman................8-4.............W 2/9...... Southern Illinois..................10-1............W 2/10.... Southern Illinois..................10-4............W 2/11.... Southern Illinois..................11-3............W 2/13.... at Bethune-Cookman..........12-1............W 2/16.... vs. #24 Wake Forest %....... 5-6 (12).......... L 2/17.... vs. Purdue %........................18-2............W 2/18.... at #1 Rice %...........................1-5.............. L 2/21.... at Bethune-Cookman...........6-9.............. L 2/23.... #11 Alabama.........................5-1.............W 2/24.... #11 Alabama.........................5-2.............W 2/25.... #11 Alabama.........................4-3.............W 3/3...... Saint Joseph’s.......................21-3............W 3/3...... Saint Joseph’s........................9-2.............W 3/5...... Saint Joseph’s.......................17-7............W 3/6...... Central Michigan..................9-3.............W 3/8...... Western Illinois....................18-1............W 3/9...... Western Illinois....................12-0............W 3/10.... Western Illinois.....................6-3.............W 3/14.... IUPUI....................................15-2............W 3/15.... IUPUI.....................................8-3.............W 3/17.... Florida Atlantic *..................6-0.............W 3/18.... Florida Atlantic *.............. 2-1 (13).........W 3/18.... Florida Atlantic *............... 5-7 (8)........... L 3/20.... Bethune-Cookman................7-2.............W 3/21.... Vermont................................13-8............W 3/24.... Jacksonville *.........................3-0.............W 3/24.... Jacksonville *.........................2-3.............. L 3/25.... Jacksonville *........................9-11............. L 3/30.... at Mercer *.............................5-3.............W 3/31.... at Mercer *............................10-2............W 3/31.... at Mercer *.......................... 4-3 (8)..........W 4/3...... USF........................................5-15............. L

4/6...... at Samford *..........................15-8............W 4/7...... at Samford *...........................7-5.............W 4/7...... at Samford *...........................6-1.............W 4/10.... at USF....................................16-9............W 4/13.... Campbell *.............................3-1.............W 4/14.... Campbell *.............................2-6.............. L 4/14.... Campbell *.............................1-6.............. L 4/17.... USF.......................................18-17...........W 4/20.... at Troy *..................................9-2.............W 4/21.... at Troy *..................................7-2.............W 4/21.... at Troy *..................................5-4.............W 4/24.... at USF............................... 12-13 (10)........ L 4/28.... Jacksonville State *............ 2-1 (8)..........W 4/28.... Jacksonville State *...............7-0.............W 4/29.... Jacksonville State *...............3-2.............W 5/5...... at #8 Stetson *.......................12-5............W 5/6...... at #8 Stetson *........................7-3.............W 5/6...... at #8 Stetson *........................9-8.............W 5/11.... Georgia State *......................12-1............W 5/11.... Georgia State *......................11-0............W 5/12.... Georgia State *................... 5-2 (11).........W 5/16.... vs. Troy ^..............................18-1............W 5/17.... vs. Campbell ^......................8-3.............W 5/18.... vs. Florida Atlantic ^........ 6-5 (10).........W 5/19.... at Jacksonville ^...................9-10............. L 5/19.... at Jacksonville ^...................11-2............W 5/25.... vs. Princeton @................ 13-12 (12).......W 5/26.... at #13 South Carolina @.......8-6.............W 5/27.... at #13 South Carolina @.......7-9.............. L 5/27.... at #13 South Carolina @.......2-5.............. L % Rice Coca-Cola Classic - Houston, Texas ^ A-Sun Tournament - Jacksonville, Fla. @ NCAA Columbia Regional - Columbia, S.C. * A-Sun Game

2002 • 41-22/23-7 A-Sun

Coach: Jay Bergman Atlantic Sun Champions NCAA Tallahassee Regional

2/1...... at FIU......................................5-4.............W 2/2...... at FIU......................................4-5.............. L 2/5...... at Bethune-Cookman...........5-8.............. L 2/12 ... at Bethune-Cookman ..........0-3.............. L 2/15 ... at Louisiana-Lafayette.........4-6.............. L 2/16 ... at Louisiana-Lafayette.........3-6.............. L 2/17 ... at Louisiana-Lafayette...... 3-4 (10).......... L 2/24 ... Monmouth.............................3-0.............W 2/24 ... Monmouth.......................... 1-0 (8)..........W 2/26.... Charleston Southern...........18-2............W 2/27.... Charleston Southern...........12-2............W 3/2 ..... at East Carolina.....................0-4.............. L 3/3 ..... at East Carolina.....................4-7.............. L 3/3 ..... at East Carolina.....................3-7.............. L 3/7 ..... Vanderbilt . ...........................2-7.............. L 3/8 ..... Vanderbilt.......................... 4-3 (11).........W 3/9...... Siena.......................................8-5.............W 3/9...... Siena.......................................6-1.............W 3/10.... Temple...................................9-5.............W 3/13.... Rhode Island.........................6-7.............. L 3/14.... vs. Long Island.....................17-2............W 3/15 ... Troy *.....................................17-7............W 3/16.... Troy *......................................6-2.............W 3/16.... Troy *......................................7-1.............W 3/19.... Bethune-Cookman................7-2.............W 3/22.... at Jacksonville State *...........5-4.............W 3/23.... at Jacksonville State *...........7-1.............W 3/23.... at Jacksonville State *...........5-6.............. L 3/27.... at Bethune-Cookman...........9-4.............W 3/29.... Samford *...............................7-6.............W 3/30.... Samford *..............................12-9............W 3/30.... Samford *...............................0-2.............. L 4/2...... at USF.....................................4-9.............. L 4/5...... at Campbell *........................20-1............W 4/6...... at Campbell *........................10-2............W 4/8...... at Campbell *.........................6-3.............W 4/9...... USF.........................................5-9.............. L 4/12.... Belmont *...............................6-5.............W 4/13.... Belmont *...............................7-4.............W 4/13.... Belmont *...............................9-0.............W 4/19.... at Jacksonville *.....................3-4.............. L 4/20.... at Jacksonville *.....................0-4.............. L 4/20.... at Jacksonville *.....................8-2.............W 4/23.... at USF ....................................6-2.............W 4/27.... Stetson *................................14-5............W

4/28.... Stetson *................................7-10............. L 4/28.... Stetson *................................3-13............ L 5/3...... at Florida Atlantic *.............14-9............W 5/4...... at Florida Atlantic *..............7-5.............W 5/4...... at Florida Atlantic *..............0-1.............. L 5/10.... at Georgia State *..................6-1.............W 5/11.... at Georgia State *.................19-5............W 5/11.... at Georgia State *............... 8-7 (9)..........W 5/17.... Mercer *..................................7-4.............W 5/17.... Mercer *..................................5-4.............W 5/18.... Mercer *..................................6-5.............W 5/22.... Samford ^..............................7-5.............W 5/23.... Troy ^....................................12-4............W 5/24.... Stetson ^................................13-6............W 5/25.... Florida Atlantic ^.................8-6.............W 5/31.... vs. USF @...............................6-1.............W 6/1...... at #1 Florida State @.............3-7.............. L 6/1...... vs. USF @...............................2-7.............. L ^ A-Sun Tournament - DeLand, Fla. @ NCAA Tallahassee Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

2003 • 31-25/14-16 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman

2/8...... FIU .........................................7-8.............. L 2/11.... at Bethune-Cookman...........1-0.............W 2/14.... Western Kentucky................2-4.............. L 2/15.... Western Kentucky ...............6-5.............W 2/16.... Western Kentucky............ 3-4 (10).......... L 2/18.... at Bethune-Cookman..........10-0............W 2/21.... East Carolina..................... 4-3 (12).........W 2/22.... East Carolina ........................7-8.............. L 2/23.... East Carolina ........................7-2.............W 2/28.... Monmouth......................... 3-2 (11).........W 3/1...... Monmouth ...........................5-2.............W 3/1...... Monmouth . ..........................7-3.............W 3/2...... Monmouth...........................17-10...........W 3/5...... Bethune-Cookman................4-7.............. L 3/9...... Pace.........................................3-0.............W 3/10.... Pace . ......................................7-0.............W 3/11.... Toledo....................................4-3.............W 3/13.... Pace . ......................................9-2.............W 3/13.... Pace.........................................7-3.............W 3/14.... Georgia State * .....................2-5.............. L 3/15.... Georgia State * ....................15-3............W 3/15.... Georgia State *.......................2-3.............. L 3/18.... Columbia...............................7-4.............W 3/19.... at Florida A&M...................11-12............ L 3/21.... at Samford *..........................11-3............W 3/22.... at Samford * . ................... 11-10 (8)........W 3/22.... at Samford *...........................6-4.............W 3/28.... Jacksonville State *...............0-6.............. L 3/29.... Jacksonville State * ..............3-1.............W 3/29.... Jacksonville State *...............7-8.............. L 4/1...... at USF ....................................5-8.............. L 4/4...... Campbell * ....................... 10-9 (12)........W 4/5...... Campbell * ...........................6-0.............W 4/5...... Campbell *.............................5-8.............. L 4/8...... at USF ....................................0-4.............. L 4/11.... at Belmont *...........................6-7.............. L 4/12.... at Belmont * ..........................0-1.............. L 4/12.... at Belmont *..........................10-4............W 4/15.... USF ......................................10-6............W 4/18.... #15 Florida Atlantic * ..........8-3.............W 4/19.... #15 Florida Atlantic * .........0-9.............. L 4/19.... #15 Florida Atlantic *...........1-6.............. L 4/22.... Bethune-Cookman...............5-18............. L 4/27.... at Gardner-Webb * ..............6-0.............W 4/27.... at Gardner-Webb *...............1-2.............. L 4/28.... at Gardner-Webb * ..............3-4.............. L 4/29.... at Charleston Southern........7-5.............W 5/3...... at Troy * ................................7-8.............. L 5/3...... at Troy *..................................7-2.............W 5/4...... at Troy * ................................7-3.............W 5/10.... at Stetson * ...........................8-11............. L 5/11.... at Stetson * ............................1-3.............. L 5/11.... at Stetson *............................10-3............W 5/16.... Jacksonville *........................12-6............W 5/17.... Jacksonville * ........................1-3.............. L 5/17.... Jacksonville *.........................4-7.............. L * A-Sun Game

2004 • 47-18/24-6 A-Sun

Coach: Jay Bergman A-Sun Regular Season Champs NCAA Tallahassee Regional

2/7...... at FIU......................................6-2.............W 2/8...... at FIU......................................8-6.............W 2/13.... #2 LSU................................ 3-4 (10).......... L 2/14.... #2 LSU...................................4-17............. L 2/15.... #2 LSU................................ 6-5 (10).........W 2/17.... at Bethune-Cookman...........9-4.............W 2/20.... Utah.......................................11-1............W 2/21.... Utah........................................7-6.............W 2/22.... Utah.................................... 2-3 (10).......... L 2/27.... Monmouth............................13-0............W 2/28.... Monmouth.............................4-1.............W 2/29.... Monmouth.............................5-1.............W 3/5...... at Lipscomb *.........................4-1.............W 3/6...... at Lipscomb *.........................3-4.............. L 3/6...... at Lipscomb *.........................5-2.............W 3/12.... Gardner-Webb *...................11-0............W 3/13.... Gardner-Webb *....................2-0.............W 3/13.... Gardner-Webb *....................5-1.............W 3/15.... Wagner..................................16-2............W 3/16.... Wagner...................................8-3.............W 3/17.... Wagner..................................20-6............W 3/19.... at Campbell *.........................2-0.............W 3/20.... at Campbell *.........................6-0.............W 3/20.... at Campbell *.........................4-3.............W 3/23.... at Bethune-Cookman....... 7-6 (11).........W 3/26.... Stetson *................................9-10............. L 3/27.... Stetson *.................................5-3.............W 3/27.... Stetson *.................................5-0.............W 3/30.... Bethune-Cookman................8-0.............W 4/3...... at Jacksonville *....................10-4............W 4/3...... at Jacksonville *....................10-9............W 4/4...... at Jacksonville *.....................9-7.............W 4/6...... Bethune-Cookman................9-1.............W 4/9...... at #24 Florida Atlantic*........6-7.............. L 4/10.... at #24 Florida Atlantic*........8-3.............W 4/10.... at #24 Florida Atlantic*........4-7.............. L 4/13.... at USF....................................4-10............. L 4/16.... Belmont *...............................3-0.............W 4/17.... Belmont *...............................3-0.............W 4/17.... Belmont *...............................2-0.............W 4/20.... USF.........................................3-6.............. L 5/1...... Troy *......................................0-5.............. L 5/1...... Troy *......................................7-0.............W 5/2...... Troy *......................................7-1.............W 5/4...... USF.........................................6-0.............W 5/7...... at #13 Clemson.....................5-8.............. L 5/8...... at #13 Clemson.....................7-4.............W 5/9...... at #13 Clemson.....................3-2.............W 5/14.... Mercer *.................................12-3............W 5/15.... Mercer *..................................0-6.............. L 5/15.... Mercer *..................................8-5.............W 5/18.... at #6 Notre Dame.................0-4.............. L 5/19.... at #6 Notre Dame.................2-3.............. L 5/21.... at Georgia State *.................11-0............W 5/22.... at Georgia State *..................6-5.............W 5/22.... at Georgia State *.............. 10-9 (8).........W 5/26.... Campbell ^............................6-5.............W 5/27.... Gardner-Webb ^..................10-7............W 5/28.... Florida Atlantic ^.................4-7.............. L 5/28.... Troy ^.....................................7-9.............. L 6/4...... vs. #24 Oklahoma State @........7-3.............W 6/5...... at #16 Florida State @...........2-3.............. L 6/5...... vs. #24 Oklahoma State @.......12-9 (10).........W 6/6...... at #16 Florida State @...........7-5.............W 6/6...... at #16 Florida State @..........3-19............. L ^ A-Sun Tournament - DeLand, Fla. @ NCAA Tallahassee Regional - Tallahassee, Fla. * A-Sun Game

2005 • 42-18/19-11 A-Sun Coach: Jay Bergman

2/5...... Florida International........ 3-2 (10).........W 2/6...... Florida International............3-2.............W 2/8...... at Bethune-Cookman...........7-1.............W 2/11.... LeMoyne...............................10-7............W 2/11.... LeMoyne...............................10-3............W 2/12.... LeMoyne................................6-9.............. L 2/18.... Florida A&M........................10-2............W 2/19.... #20 Notre Dame....................2-1.............W

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Year-By-Year Results 2/20.... #20 Notre Dame....................2-4.............. L 2/22.... at Bethune-Cookman...........6-5.............W 2/25.... Monmouth.............................4-1.............W 2/26.... Monmouth.............................6-4.............W 2/26.... Monmouth.............................8-3.............W 3/1...... at Bethune-Cookman...........9-2.............W 3/4...... Siena.......................................7-3.............W 3/5...... Siena.......................................0-6.............. L 3/5...... Siena.......................................9-2.............W 3/6...... Siena.......................................5-2.............W 3/8...... Saint Joseph’s.......................22-3............W 3/11.... Campbell *............................18-8............W 3/12.... Campbell *............................18-0............W 3/12.... Campbell *.............................9-3.............W 3/16.... Columbia..............................13-2............W 3/16.... Columbia........................... 10-0 (7).........W 3/18.... at Gardner-Webb *...............6-5.............W 3/18.... at Gardner-Webb *...............5-6.............. L 3/19.... at Gardner-Webb *..............12-5............W 3/22.... at #11 Florida.......................6-17............. L 3/26.... Jacksonville *.........................4-2.............W 3/26.... Jacksonville *..................... 5-4 (11).........W 3/28.... Jacksonville *........................9-10............. L 4/1...... at Stetson *............................4-10............. L 4/2...... at Stetson *...........................18-11...........W 4/3...... at Stetson *............................14-7............W 4/5...... at USF.....................................8-7.............W 4/8...... Lipscomb *............................14-5............W 4/9...... Lipscomb *.............................4-5.............. L 4/9...... Lipscomb *.............................6-1.............W 4/12.... USF........................................10-7............W 4/13.... Bethune-Cookman...............18-2............W 4/15.... at Belmont *..........................19-2............W 4/16.... at Belmont *...........................5-0.............W 4/17.... at Belmont *...........................8-0.............W 4/19.... at USF.....................................2-9.............. L 4/29.... Florida Atlantic *..................6-8.............. L 4/30.... Florida Atlantic *..................8-1.............W 5/1...... Florida Atlantic *.................3-14............. L 5/6...... at Troy *.................................19-8............W 5/7...... at Troy *..................................5-6.............. L 5/8...... at Troy *..................................4-8.............. L 5/13.... Georgia State *.......................3-2.............W 5/14.... Georgia State *.......................2-3.............. L 5/15.... Georgia State *......................12-5............W 5/19.... at Mercer *.............................6-5.............W 5/20.... at Mercer *.......................... 5-7 (6)........... L 5/21.... at Mercer *.............................7-8.............. L 5/25.... Stetson ^............................. 5-8 (10).......... L 5/26.... Gardner-Webb ^............... 3-0 (10).........W 5/27.... Troy ^.....................................5-1.............W 5/28.... Florida Atlantic ^.................3-5.............. L. ^ A-Sun Tournament * A-Sun Game

2006 • 23-33/5-19 C-USA Coach: Jay Bergman

2/5...... at FIU......................................3-4.............. L 2/5...... at FIU.....................................3-13............. L 2/7...... at Bethune-Cookman...........8-4.............W 2/17.... North Florida.................... 0-1 (10).......... L 2/18.... North Florida.......................0-13............. L 2/19.... North Florida........................5-6.............. L 2/24.... Stony Brook...........................1-0.............W 2/25.... Stony Brook...........................8-3.............W 2/26.... Stony Brook...........................5-4.............W 2/28.... Bethune-Cookman...............2-14............. L 3/1...... Michigan................................3-6.............. L 3/3...... Monmouth............................23-2............W 3/4...... Monmouth.............................1-2.............. L 3/5...... Monmouth.............................5-4.............W 3/7...... at Stetson................................3-4.............. L 3/8...... Pennsylvania.........................9-2.............W 3/11.... Wagner..................................15-0............W 3/12.... Wagner...................................5-2.............W 3/13.... Wagner..................................11-0............W 3/14.... #13 Florida............................3-10............. L 3/17.... Siena......................................16-5............W 3/18.... Siena................................... 3-2 (10).........W 3/19.... Siena......................................10-3............W 3/21.... at Bethune-Cookman..........10-8............W 3/24.... at TCU....................................1-2.............. L 3/25.... at TCU....................................5-1.............W 3/26.... at TCU................................ 5-3 (10).........W

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3/28.... Stetson....................................2-5.............. L 3/31.... at Marshall *.........................18-1............W 4/1...... at Marshall *..........................7-5.............W 4/2...... at Marshall *..........................5-6.............. L 4/4...... at USF....................................11-0............W 4/7...... East Carolina *.......................8-0.............W 4/8...... East Carolina *.......................3-6.............. L 4/9...... East Carolina *.......................1-8.............. L 4/11.... USF.........................................3-4.............. L 4/14.... at #23 Tulane *......................1-5.............. L 4/15.... at #23 Tulane *......................9-2.............W 4/16.... at #23 Tulane *......................6-7.............. L 4/18.... USF..................................... 4-6 (11).......... L 4/21.... UAB *......................................9-0.............W 4/22.... UAB *......................................7-9.............. L 4/23.... UAB *.....................................4-16............. L 4/28.... #1 Rice *.................................0-2.............. L 4/29.... #1 Rice *.................................1-2.............. L 4/30.... #1 Rice *.................................3-6.............. L 5/2...... Bethune-Cookman................2-0.............W 5/5...... at #10 Houston *..................5-10............. L 5/6...... at #10 Houston *...................2-6.............. L 5/7...... at #10 Houston *...................2-5.............. L 5/12.... Memphis *............................4-20............. L 5/13.... Memphis *............................4-10............. L 5/14.... Memphis *............................3-11............. L 5/18.... at Southern Miss *............ 3-4 (10).......... L 5/19.... at Southern Miss *................0-9.............. L 5/20.... at Southern Miss *............ 3-18 (7).......... L * Conference USA Game

2007 • 27-32/7-17 C-USA Coach: Jay Bergman

2/3...... FIU..........................................3-5.............. L 2/4...... FIU..........................................9-3.............W 2/9...... #15 TCU................................1-10............. L 2/10.... #15 TCU................................1-12............. L 2/11.... #15 TCU.................................8-6.............W 2/16.... Maryland..............................4-16............. L 2/17.... Maryland...............................7-9.............. L 2/18.... Maryland...............................4-3.............W 2/23.... at LSU.....................................1-4.............. L 2/24.... at LSU....................................6-13............. L 2/25.... at LSU.....................................5-4.............W 2/27.... Michigan............................ 7-6 (10).........W 3/2...... Monmouth.............................4-7.............. L 3/3...... Monmouth...........................11-10...........W 3/4...... Monmouth............................4-13............. L 3/6...... Michigan State......................7-5.............W 3/7...... Northeastern.........................5-2.............W 3/9...... Massachusetts.......................6-1.............W 3/10.... Massachusetts.......................5-2.............W 3/11.... Massachusetts.......................7-1.............W 3/13.... Army.....................................12-4............W 3/16.... Rutgers..................................10-8............W 3/17.... Rutgers...................................3-4.............. L 3/18.... Rutgers...................................4-0.............W 3/23.... Houston *..............................2-10............. L 3/24.... Houston *...............................0-3.............. L 3/25.... Houston *...............................2-7.............. L 3/26.... Harvard..................................7-3.............W 3/27.... at Stetson............................ 4-3 (11).........W 3/30.... at UAB *................................5-15............. L 3/31.... at UAB *.................................1-2.............. L 3/31.... at UAB *.................................7-9.............. L 4/3...... at USF....................................4-11............. L 4/6...... Southern Miss *................. 5-4 (10).........W 4/7...... Southern Miss *.....................3-8.............. L 4/8...... Southern Miss *................. 0-10 (7).......... L 4/10.... at #17 Florida........................6-2.............W 4/17.... at USF....................................5-10............. L 4/20.... at #6 Rice *............................1-10............. L 4/21.... at #6 Rice *.............................2-4.............. L 4/22.... at #6 Rice *.............................0-8.............. L 4/24.... USF........................................11-5............W 4/27.... Tulane *..................................7-6.............W 4/28.... Tulane *..................................4-3.............W 4/29.... Tulane *..................................8-4.............W 5/2...... #28 Stetson............................7-10............. L 5/4...... at Memphis *.........................9-6.............W 5/5...... at Memphis *.........................3-7.............. L 5/6...... at Memphis *........................9-10............. L 5/8...... at #28 Stetson.......................14-3............W 5/11.... at #30 East Carolina *...........6-8.............. L 5/12.... at #30 East Carolina *...........7-8.............. L

5/13.... at #30 East Carolina *..........8-13............. L 5/17.... Marshall *...............................8-6.............W 5/18.... Marshall *...............................8-7.............W 5/19.... Marshall *...............................3-6.............. L 5/23.... vs. #2 Rice ^..........................6-16............. L 5/24.... vs. Houston ^........................1-0.............W 5/25.... vs. Memphis ^......................6-12............. L ^ Conference USA Championship Greenville, N.C. * Conference USA Game

2008 • 31-27/8-16 C-USA Coach: Jay Bergman/ Craig Cozart

2/22.... Florida A&M........................17-1............W 2/23.... Florida A&M........................16-2............W 2/24.... Florida A&M........................17-2............W 2/25.... #5 Missouri........................ 10-9 (7).........W 2/29.... Central Michigan..................4-0.............W 3/1...... Central Michigan.................10-5............W 3/2...... Central Michigan..................4-3.............W 3/4...... Jacksonville............................5-4.............W 3/5...... at Jacksonville......................5-10............. L 3/7...... Monmouth............................10-2............W 3/8...... Monmouth.............................8-4.............W 3/9...... Monmouth......................... 5-4 (16).........W 3/11.... Pittsburgh..............................8-2.............W 3/12.... at Stetson................................7-3.............W 3/15.... Siena.....................................19-15...........W 3/15.... Siena.......................................9-6.............W 3/16.... Siena......................................12-1............W 3/17.... Wagner...................................6-0.............W 3/18.... Wagner...................................5-1.............W 3/19.... Wagner...................................9-3.............W 3/21.... at Southern Miss *................4-8.............. L 3/22.... at Southern Miss *...............15-4............W 3/23.... at Southern Miss *...............6-10............. L 3/25.... North Florida........................5-8.............. L 3/26.... at Florida Gulf Coast............8-4.............W 3/28.... East Carolina *.......................3-2.............W 3/29.... East Carolina *......................2-10............. L 3/30.... East Carolina *......................1-10............. L 4/1...... USF........................................4-17............. L 4/2...... Florida Gulf Coast................4-6.............. L 4/4...... at Houston *...........................3-5.............. L 4/5...... at Houston *..........................1-10............. L 4/6...... at Houston *..........................7-14............. L 4/8...... USF.........................................6-3.............W 4/9...... Stetson....................................4-1.............W 4/11.... Memphis *............................10-6............W 4/12.... Memphis *......................... 7-8 (11).......... L 4/13.... Memphis *............................10-4............W 4/15.... at North Florida....................3-5.............. L 4/18.... at Marshall *........................10-12............ L 4/19.... at Marshall *..........................6-9.............. L 4/20.... at Marshall *.........................9-12............. L 4/25.... #4 Rice *.................................4-2.............W 4/26.... #4 Rice *.................................3-4.............. L 4/27.... #4 Rice *.................................6-7.............. L 4/29.... at USF....................................6-14............. L 5/2...... at #27 Tulane *......................2-5.............. L 5/3...... at #27 Tulane *......................1-6.............. L 5/4...... at #27 Tulane *.................. 12-1 (7).........W 5/6...... at USF.....................................9-5.............W 5/9...... UAB *................................ 13-12 (10).......W 5/10.... UAB *......................................6-1.............W 5/11.... UAB *.................................. 3-14 (7).......... L 5/15.... Clemson.................................1-9.............. L 5/16.... Clemson.................................3-7.............. L 5/17.... Clemson.................................5-8.............. L 5/21.... vs. Southern Miss ^..............5-8.............. L 5/23.... at Tulane ^.............................2-5.............. L ^ Conference USA Championship New Orleans, La. * Conference USA Game

2009 • 22-35/9-15 C-USA Coach: Terry Rooney

2/20.... Virginia Commonwealth.....10-2............W 2/21.... Virginia Commonwealth.....9-10............. L 2/22.... Virginia Commonwealth.....12-6............W 2/23.... Virginia Commonwealth.....3-8.............. L 2/27.... at #1 LSU..............................4-13............. L

2/28.... at #1 LSU..............................2-11............. L 3/1...... at #1 LSU..............................0-16............. L 3/4...... at FIU......................................3-8.............. L 3/6...... Monmouth.............................8-6.............W 3/7...... Monmouth............................4-11............. L 3/8...... Monmouth............................10-5............W 3/10.... at USF.....................................5-8.............. L 3/11.... USF........................................5-13............. L 3/13.... Hartford.................................5-0.............W 3/14.... Hartford.................................3-7.............. L 3/14.... Northern Iowa......................8-5.............W 3/15.... Hartford...............................16-12...........W 3/17.... Army......................................1-8.............. L 3/18.... #25 Florida.............................3-7.............. L 3/20.... at #23 East Carolina *..........1-26............. L 3/21.... at #23 East Carolina *..........3-13............. L 3/22.... at #23 East Carolina *..........3-10............. L 3/24.... Jacksonville...........................9-14............. L 3/25.... at Jacksonville.......................5-9.............. L 3/27.... Southern Miss *.....................3-6.............. L 3/28.... Southern Miss *................ 10-26 (7)......... L 3/28.... Southern Miss *................. 1-19 (7).......... L 4/1...... North Florida........................8-2.............W 4/3...... vs. Memphis *&...................5-10............. L 4/4...... vs. Memphis *&...................12-7............W 4/5...... vs. Memphis *&....................5-3.............W 4/7...... at North Florida....................7-3.............W 4/8...... at #22 Florida.......................3-16............. L 4/10.... Tulane *..................................4-2.............W 4/11.... Tulane *.............................. 5-20 (8).......... L 4/12.... Tulane *..................................4-5.............. L 4/15.... Florida Gulf Coast............ 6-7 (10).......... L 4/21.... Stetson..................................13-12...........W 4/24.... at UAB *................................29-9............W 4/25.... at UAB *................................8-12............. L 4/26.... at UAB *................................12-6............W 4/28.... #25 USF..................................9-5.............W 4/29.... at #25 USF..............................3-9.............. L 5/1...... Marshall *..............................8-10............. L 5/2...... Marshall *..............................8-18............. L 5/3...... Marshall *........................... 8-7 (11).........W 5/5...... FIU..........................................4-7.............. L 5/6...... Stetson...................................14-9............W 5/8...... at #2 Rice *.............................5-0.............W 5/9...... at #2 Rice *............................2-10............. L 5/10.... at #2 Rice *.............................7-8.............. L 5/12.... at Stetson................................5-4.............W 5/14.... Houston *...............................8-4.............W 5/15.... Houston *...............................3-6.............. L 5/16.... Houston *...............................4-1.............W 5/20.... vs. #15 East Carolina ^........3-6.............. L 5/21.... vs. Tulane ^...........................3-7.............. L & AutoZone Park - Memphis, Tenn. ^ Conference USA Championship Hattiesburg, Miss. * Conference USA Game

2010 • 33-22/10-14 C-USA Coach: Terry Rooney

2/19.... Savannah State......................7-2.............W 2/20.... Savannah State.....................14-4............W 2/21.... Savannah State......................8-6.............W 2/24.... at #5 Florida..........................6-7.............. L 2/26.... Siena.......................................8-3.............W 2/27.... Siena................................... 6-5 (12).........W 2/28.... Siena......................................10-8............W 3/2...... Duquesne.............................12-11...........W 3/3...... North Florida.......................6-13............. L 3/5...... Central Michigan.................5-11............. L 3/6...... Central Michigan..................0-3.............. L 3/7...... Central Michigan..................4-7.............. L 3/9...... #13 Miami (Fla.)...................2-19............. L 3/13.... Hartford...............................11-12............ L 3/13.... Hartford................................22-9............W 3/14.... Hartford................................24-4............W 3/16.... USF.........................................0-4.............. L 3/17.... at Stetson...............................11-7............W 3/19.... Presbyterian.........................15-1............W 3/20.... Presbyterian..........................6-1.............W 3/21.... Presbyterian.........................10-2............W 3/23.... at #12 Miami (Fla.)...............6-3.............W 3/26.... at Houston *...........................7-4.............W 3/27.... at Houston *...........................3-7.............. L 3/28.... at Houston *....................... 3-20 (7).......... L 3/30.... Bethune-Cookman...............11-8............W

Year-By-Year Results 3/31.... at Bethune-Cookman...........9-7.............W 4/2...... UAB *.....................................16-7............W 4/3...... UAB *......................................2-7.............. L 4/3...... UAB *......................................1-6.............. L 4/6...... at USF.....................................7-3.............W 4/9...... at Southern Miss *................7-3.............W 4/10.... at Southern Miss *.......... 11-10 (10).......W 4/11.... at Southern Miss *................9-8.............W 4/13.... Stetson...................................10-6............W 4/16.... Rice *.......................................2-9.............. L 4/17.... Rice *.......................................6-4.............W 4/18.... Rice *......................................8-13............. L 4/20.... at North Florida...................15-7............W 4/21.... Bethune-Cookman................6-2.............W 4/23.... at Marshall *..........................2-7.............. L 4/24.... at Marshall *..........................5-6.............. L 4/25.... at Marshall *..........................3-5.............. L 4/30.... Memphis *............................11-8............W 5/1...... Memphis *............................6-10............. L 5/2...... Memphis *......................... 8-9 (10).......... L 5/4...... at Florida Atlantic................14-3............W 5/11.... Jacksonville........................ 6-5 (10).........W 5/12.... at Jacksonville......................14-8............W 5/14.... East Carolina *......................6-11............. L 5/15.... East Carolina *.......................5-7.............. L 5/16.... East Carolina *................... 14-1 (7).........W 5/20.... at Tulane *.............................12-6............W 5/21.... at Tulane *............................10-14............ L 5/22.... at Tulane *.......................... 17-6 (7) W * Conference USA Game

2011 • 39-23/12-12 C-USA Coach: Terry Rooney NCAA Tallahassee Regional

2/18....Siena.....................................11-1........... W 2/19....Siena.....................................10-1........... W 2/20....Siena.....................................16-4........... W 2/22....at Bethune-Cookman.........13-0........... W 2/25....South Alabama....................9-4............ W 2/26....SE Louisiana........................7-2..............L 2/27....#29 Alabama.......................12-4........... W 3/2......Maine....................................6-3............ W 3/4......Dartmouth............................9-2............ W 3/5......Dartmouth............................8-0............ W 3/5......Dartmouth........................ 8-6 (10)..........L 3/8......Mount St. Mary’s................2-1..............L 3/9......Boston College....................18-0........... W 3/11....Wagner................................13-4........... W 3/12....Wagner.................................5-1............ W 3/13....Wagner.................................2-1............ W 3/15....USF........................................6-5..............L 3/18....Columbia..............................9-8............ W 3/19....Columbia..............................5-2............ W 3/20....Columbia..............................4-2............ W 3/22....at #29 Miami (Fla.)..............4-1..............L 3/25....at #23 Rice *.........................7-2............ W 3/26....at #23 Rice *.........................6-2..............L 3/27....at #23 Rice *.........................5-4............ W 3/29....#20 Stetson...........................8-2............ W 4/1......#20 Southern Miss *............6-5..............L 4/2......#20 Southern Miss *...........13-2.............L 4/3......#20 Southern Miss *............5-2..............L 4/5......at #4 Florida.........................4-3............ W 4/8......Tulane *...............................10-8.............L 4/9......Tulane *................................6-5..............L 4/10....Tulane *................................8-7............ W 4/12....Florida Atlantic...................3-2..............L 4/15....at East Carolina *................12-6.............L 4/16....at East Carolina *.................3-2............ W 4/17....at East Carolina *.................5-3..............L 4/19....Florida Atlantic..................12-0........... W 4/20....#5 Florida.............................8-6............ W 4/22....Memphis *........................ 5-4 (10)........ W 4/23....Memphis *...........................11-9........... W 4/24....Memphis *...........................12-7.............L 4/29....Houston *.............................6-4............ W 4/30....Houston *.............................5-0..............L 5/1......Houston *.............................5-3..............L 5/3......at USF...................................10-4........... W 5/6......at #6 Florida State...............8-0..............L 5/7......at #6 Florida State.............14-10.......... W 5/8......at #6 Florida State...............6-1..............L 5/11....Bethune-Cookman..............8-1............ W 5/13....at UAB *................................5-3............ W

5/14....at UAB *............................ 9-0 (10)........ W 5/15....at UAB *............................ 18-6 (8)........ W 5/17....at #21 Stetson.......................7-6............ W 5/19....Marshall *.............................6-0..............L 5/20....Marshall *...........................13-10.......... W 5/21....Marshall *.............................8-1............ W 5/25....vs Memphis^......................16-9........... W 5/26....vs UAB^...............................6-4............ W 5/27....vs #15 Rice^.........................4-2..............L 6/3......vs Alabama$........................5-3..............L 6/4......vs Bethune-Cookman$......16-5........... W 6/5......vs Alabama$.......................12-5.............L * Conference USA Game ^ Conference USA Championship - Pearl, Miss. $ NCAA Regional - Tallahassee, Fla.

UCF Coaching History

Year Coach Record 1973 Doug Holmquist 16-15-1 1974 Doug Holmquist 21-16 1975 Doug Holmquist 29-10 1976 Jack Sexton 19-23 1977 Jack Sexton 24-18 1978 Bill Moon 22-24 1979 Bill Moon 27-16 1980 Bill Moon 25-23 1981 Bill Moon 31-23-3 1982 Bill Moon 19-24-3 1983 Jay Bergman 28-27-1 1984 Jay Bergman 34-29-1 1985* Jay Bergman 52-34-1 1986 Jay Bergman 46-13 1987 Jay Bergman 33-27 1988 Jay Bergman 40-20 1989 Jay Bergman 42-22 1990 Jay Bergman 40-20 1991 Jay Bergman 41-21 1992 Jay Bergman 35-23 1993 Jay Bergman 31-31 1994 Jay Bergman 29-26 1995 Jay Bergman 49-13 1996 Jay Bergman 43-22 1997 Jay Bergman 40-24 1998 Jay Bergman 41-21 1999 Jay Bergman 38-21 2000 Jay Bergman 43-19 2001 Jay Bergman 51-14 2002 Jay Bergman 41-22 2003 Jay Bergman 31-25 2004 Jay Bergman 47-18 2005 Jay Bergman 42-18 2006 Jay Bergman 23-33 2007 Jay Bergman 27-32 2008 Bergman/Cozart 31-27 2009 Terry Rooney 22-35 2010 Terry Rooney 33-22 2011 Terry Rooney 39-23 *First season of Division I play

UCF Coaching Records

Coach Doug Holmquist Jack Sexton Bill Moon Jay Bergman Craig Cozart (interim) Terry Rooney Overall Totals Division I Totals

Years 1973-75 (3) 1976-77 (2) 1978-82 (5) 1983-08 (26) 2008 (1) 2009- (3) 1973- (38) 1985- (26)

Pct. .516 .568 .744 .452 .571 .478 .628 .521 .570 .446 .509 .539 .603 .780 .542 .667 .656 .667 .661 .603 .500 .527 .790 .662 .625 .661 .644 .694 .785 .651 .554 .723 .700 .411 .458 .534 .386 .600 .629

Conf. 3-12 SSC 10-5 SSC 6-8 SSC 4-11 SSC 6-15 SSC 11-10 SSC 9-19 SSC 10-8 ASC 9-11 SBC 9-9 A-Sun 8-10 A-Sun 23-7 A-Sun 9-9 A-Sun 7-10 A-Sun 14-7 A-Sun 19-11 A-Sun 22-5 A-Sun 22-5 A-Sun 23-7 A-Sun 14-16 A-Sun 24-6 A-Sun 19-11 A-Sun 5-19 C-USA 7-17 C-USA 8-16 C-USA 9-15 C-USA 10-14 C-USA 12-12 C-USA

Record 66-41-1 43-41 124-110-6 994-594-3 4-8 94-80 1,286-851-10 991-603-1

NCAA Division I Tournament Records 1989 1993 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002 2004 2011

NCAA East Regional (2-2) NCAA East Regional (1-2) NCAA Atlantic Regional (1-2) NCAA East Regional (1-2) NCAA East Regional (0-2) Tallahassee Regional (2-2) Columbia Regional (2-2) Tallahassee Regional (1-2) Tallahassee Regional (3-2) Tallahassee Regional (1-2 NCAA Division I All-Time Record: 14-20

Pct.

.200 .667 .429 .267 .286 .524 .321

.556 .450 .500 .444 .767 .500 .412 .667 .633 .815 .815 .767 .467 .800 .633 .208 .292 .333 .375 .417 .500

Pct. .616 .512 .529 .626 .333 .540 .601 .622

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Year-By-Year Statistics H i t t i n g (1974-75 U n a v a i l a b l e ) YEAR AVG 1973 .260 1976 .230 1977 .278 1978 .298 1979 .292 1980 .286 1981 .322 1982 .281 1983 .319 1984 .278 1985 .315 1986 .325 1987 .310 1988 .293 1989 .271 1990 .274 1991 .312 1992 .282 1993 .251 1994 .250 1995 .285 1996 .287 1997 .310 1998 .305 1999 .325 2000 .322 2001 .335 2002 .315 2003 .304 2004 .304 2005 .295 2006 .275 2007 .286 2008 .306 2009 .297 2010 .343 2011 .307 Pitching YEAR ERA 1976 3.64 1977 3.34 1978 5.70 1979 3.57 1980 4.66 1981 4.07 1982 4.30 1983 6.08 1984 4.84 1985 5.38 1986 3.26 1987 5.09 1988 3.91 1989 3.02 1990 2.80 1991 3.55 1992 3.88 1993 4.35 1994 3.60 1995 3.14 1996 3.77 1997 4.60 1998 3.94 1999 4.67 2000 4.63 2001 3.62 2002 3.83 2003 4.48 2004 3.42 2005 3.99 2006 4.54 2007 5.54 2008 5.57 2009 7.47 2010 6.01 2011 4.14

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GP 32 42 42 46 43 48 57 46 56 64 87 59 60 60 64 60 62 58 62 55 62 65 64 62 59 62 65 63 56 65 60 56 59 58 57 55 62

AB 943 1297 1362 1482 1485 1614 1853 1499 1781 2027 2812 1978 1982 1999 2115 1983 2100 1957 1946 1637 1916 2147 2198 2082 1956 2053 2242 2057 1752 2090 2044 1938 2005 2041 1992 1994 2161

R 147 169 248 259 274 288 425 283 393 404 675 505 446 388 378 358 485 357 307 262 364 429 466 446 487 461 543 430 328 411 470 293 313 395 361 459 428

H 2B 3B 245 -- -- 298 36 9 378 42 20 442 87 16 434 85 29 462 77 15 597 90 29 421 58 18 569 89 43 563 111 29 887 137 45 637 74 38 614 109 23 586 94 17 574 87 20 543 83 24 656 124 41 552 92 25 489 89 18 410 75 18 546 116 15 617 136 18 682 123 13 634 126 22 636 123 17 662 139 24 750 160 16 648 96 14 532 94 11 636 115 24 602 118 15 533 99 17 573 84 13 624 106 14 591 123 8 683 141 7 663 139 12 (1973-75 U n a v a i l a b l e ) W-L GS CG SHO/CB SV IP 19-23 42 17 5/0 3 356.0 24-18 42 25 7/0 0 358.0 22-24 46 16 0/0 0 376.0 28-15 43 11 2/0 0 383.2 25-23 48 12 3/0 0 415.0 31-23 57 25 4/0 0 482.0 19-24 46 15 0/0 3 395.1 28-27 56 21 3/2 4 441.0 34-29 64 19 3/2 2 532.0 52-34 87 25 1/0 8 721.2 46-13 59 14 3/0 7 516.2 33-27 60 10 1/0 5 504.1 40-20 60 19 5/0 8 523.0 42-22 64 27 3/0 4 563.2 40-20 60 15 6/1 9 528.0 41-21 62 11 1/1 10 532.1 35-23 58 4 3/1 11 512.0 31-31 62 3 0/3 12 519.0 29-26 55 12 1/1 6 443.0 49-13 62 12 7/2 12 513.1 43-22 65 4 3/3 12 556.0 40-24 64 11 6/4 9 551.1 41-21 62 2 4/4 16 521.0 38-21 59 4 1/0 10 486.0 43-19 62 11 5/3 8 513.2 51-14 65 12 6/4 10 557.0 41-22 63 7 3/2 12 514.0 31-25 56 6 6/4 10 462.1 47-18 65 14 13/3 10 542.0 42-18 60 3 5/4 15 530.1 23-33 56 2 7/5 10 495.2 27-32 59 0 2/2 11 515.1 31-27 58 2 2/2 11 512.0 22-35 57 0 2/2 13 495.0 33-22 55 0 0/0 15 485.1 39-23 62 2 5/5 17 550.0

HR -- 9 16 21 30 33 27 37 41 25 45 42 61 39 30 27 41 40 21 16 30 36 57 66 63 58 62 30 21 27 63 31 25 42 68 78 58

RBI 125 156 229 213 241 248 363 246 334 337 568 421 403 326 299 297 416 300 253 219 322 381 416 378 439 421 486 381 299 369 418 268 272 358 329 416 387

TB -- 379 508 624 667 668 826 626 886 807 1249 914 949 831 791 755 985 814 677 569 782 897 1002 1002 982 1023 1128 862 711 880 939 759 758 884 934 1072 1000

SLG -- .292 .373 .421 .449 .414 .446 .418 .497 .398 .444 .462 .479 .416 .374 .381 .469 .416 .348 .348 .408 .418 .456 .481 .502 .498 .503 .419 .406 .421 .459 .392 .378 .433 .469 .538 .463

BB 143 202 146 192 190 200 307 260 272 340 546 355 366 280 325 274 329 262 256 194 289 291 313 288 328 299 303 233 220 218 301 200 204 246 193 249 231

HBP -- 11 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 32 22 33 24 21 41 30 42 44 39 52 57 19 50 62 68 80 76 59 74 69 60 67 78 96 53

SO 191 226 200 214 221 167 185 245 206 262 471 274 329 369 353 307 359 406 434 302 329 328 378 378 395 370 363 388 284 355 377 422 358 378 316 381 383

OBP -- .339 .348 .379 .373 .365 .419 .384 .410 .378 .481 .440 .418 .405 .376 .387 .411 .373 .353 .344 .387 .383 .405 .391 .429 .419 .424 .402 .398 .380 .399 .362 .365 .393 .377 .435 .382

SF -- 10 -- -- -- -- -- 14 -- 26 53 -- -- -- -- 18 30 14 22 15 12 14 30 17 27 30 29 19 32 38 30 11 26 32 24 26 36

H 335 328 399 349 431 532 419 541 611 871 485 600 520 565 509 527 487 574 452 471 571 599 518 571 589 558 509 480 502 499 484 603 590 723 628 587

R 186 218 296 179 277 291 265 354 332 551 238 361 293 275 242 306 309 339 253 228 285 361 290 324 330 275 282 266 267 279 301 397 353 504 379 295

ER 144 133 238 152 215 218 189 298 286 431 187 285 227 189 164 210 221 251 177 179 233 282 228 252 264 224 219 230 206 235 250 317 317 411 324 253

BB 191 141 294 200 233 229 219 187 266 414 207 233 196 199 185 202 198 211 178 148 193 242 178 181 167 187 237 195 228 209 218 260 227 207 218 179

SO 250 215 202 192 207 210 195 188 250 484 368 361 360 427 417 357 443 426 381 395 431 540 443 441 476 597 485 445 483 479 439 421 537 379 367 450

2B -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 146 62 80 66 73 72 89 90 92 60 78 81 94 93 107 97 98 83 55 69 93 69 90 95 125 110 77

3B -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 37 17 27 13 10 18 5 9 16 12 12 14 17 12 12 18 7 8 10 6 9 16 7 9 11 11 6

HR 29 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 42 17 31 30 24 16 28 28 32 13 28 31 58 39 47 39 36 41 36 33 43 32 34 43 74 46 35

AB -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1932 2042 2126 1979 1774 2042 1998 1882 2067 2039 2119 1988 2121

SH SB-ATT -- -- 33 64-79 37 59-N/A 26 84-N/A 44 61-78 31 45-63 55 204-251 23 81-108 37 77-93 24 107-146 35 253-314 41 142-175 50 106-131 58 107-141 48 93-137 40 81-113 17 113-150 39 64-102 30 98-139 33 86-115 66 111-137 43 104-133 33 88-124 28 97-127 22 100-129 19 79-104 33 115-147 42 88-116 43 66-82 39 111-142 36 145-178 37 59-79 41 77-94 29 100-122 21 24-45 31 70-90 31 65-88 AVG .--- .--- .--- .--- .--- .--- .--- .--- .--- .298 .248 .296 .260 .263 .228 .255 .249 .279 .268 .250 .272 .277 .258 .296 .288 .262 .257 .271 .246 .250 .257 .292 .289 .341 .316 .277

PO -- 1068 876 1128 1171 1245 1446 1186 1204 1596 2165 1583 1550 1590 1724 1575 1596 1538 1557 ---- 1537 1668 1654 1563 1457 1541 1671 1542 1387 1625 1591 1487 1546 1536 1485 1456 1650

WP HBP 22 8 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 34 27 29 20 25 22 36 21 34 19 47 40 28 39 29 40 23 28 23 39 41 46 33 51 35 39 34 58 34 47 54 35 35 32 50 43 40 66 48 57 53 65 73 54 53 82 57 76 32 62 47 55

A -- 379 366 522 475 536 670 599 438 690 902 724 738 758 805 629 680 593 637 --- 680 731 701 700 610 676 672 600 536 593 643 637 637 590 626 600 670

E -- 66 89 93 58 85 131 101 77 95 153 80 99 110 106 109 116 89 110 --- 99 96 107 92 100 95 66 97 60 90 83 85 101 67 93 80 53

SF SH -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -35 34 -- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -15 33 9 44 9 -16 31 16 20 16 24 18 38 7 32 19 13 15 25 22 29 12 35 15 49 18 40 19 37 27 30 27 37 18 48

FLD -.956 .933 .947 .966 .954 .942 .946 .955 .960 .952 .966 .959 .955 .960 .953 .952 .960 .952 -- .957 .962 .957 .961 .954 .959 .973 .957 .970 .961 .964 .962 .956 .969 .958 .963 .978

Year-By-Year Leaders Batting Average 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Ron Behe Jeff Rudolph Buddy DeWitt Hal Staats Jeff Rudolph Warren Pickett Tim Foskett Sam Nattile Tim Foskett Joe Dawson Tim Barker Mark Maloney Jose Soto Jim Crone Randy Kotchman Ernest Martinez Ernest Martinez Ty Lynch Tony Marrillia Alex Morales Adam Johnson Scott Loubier Patrick Williamson Eric Riggs Dustin Brisson Rich Wallace Jeremy Kurella David Mann Ryan Bear Dee Brown John-Michael Howell Tyson Auer Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Shane Brown Chris Duffy D.J. Hicks

.400 .271 .327 .357 .375 .357 .376 .371 .444 .397 .438 .343 .400 .378 .306 .363 .381 .346 .323 .321 .365 .383 .393 .394 .388 .380 .401 .410 .390 .373 .348 .323 .364 .367 .341 .447 .351

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Three Tied With Ed Bowen Gary Edwards Jeff Rudolph Hal Staats Tim Foskett Tim Foskett Tim Foskett Tim Foskett Jay Bergman, Jr. Tim Barker Mark Maloney Jose Soto Bobby Kiser Carlos Agurto Ernest Martinez Chad Mottola Ty Lynch Chad Mottola Tony Marrillia Tony Marrillia Alex Morales Adam Johnson Eric Riggs Erik Johnson Dustin Brisson Dustin Brisson Jeremy Kurella Mike Myers Clay Timpner Clay Timpner Dee Brown Ryan Bono Tyson Auer Colin Arnold Shane Brown Darnell Sweeney Jonathan Griffin

52 152 163 181 178 192 218 179 207 231 324 216 235 233 220 223 230 228 228 226 182 225 248 266 247 206 227 247 238 202 259 237 200 233 231 214 232 251

A t -B a t s

O n -B a s e P e rc e n t a g e 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Ron Behe Ed Bowen Rick Hyatt Jim Finnican Jeff Rudolph Warren Pickett Jim Hawkins Wayne Gardner Tim Foskett Joe Dawson Joe Dawson Vince Zawaski Jose Soto Jim Crone Steve McClellan Ernest Martinez Mike Josephina Ty Lynch Gabby Angulo Alex Morales Adam Johnson Scott Loubier Patrick Williamson Eric Riggs Mark Batia Rich Wallace Jeremy Kurella David Mann David Mann Ryan Bono Matt Horwath Ryan Bono Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Shane Brown Shane Brown Ronnie Richardson

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Steve Crutcher Luis Escobar Ed Bowen Gary Edwards Hal Staats Hal Staats Tim Foskett Bill Halpin Tim Foskett Tim Foskett Jay Bergman, Jr. Tim Barker Vince Zawaski Jose Soto Vince Zawaski Mike Josephina Ernest Martinez Mike Josephina Chad Mottola Ty Lynch Chad Mottola Eric Golden Alex Morales Alex Morales Adam Johnson Eric Riggs Gregg Pacitti Eric Riggs Tim Boeth Dustin Brisson Mike Myers Mike Myers Mike Myers Ryan Bear Clay Timpner Dee Brown Matt Ray Tyson Auer Three with Kiko Vazquez

Runs

.488 .407 .374 .446 .485 .445 .473 .444 .542 .472 .484 .504 .489 .462 .415 .453 .474 .419 .398 .423 .472 .453 .473 .476 .558 .529 .459 .538 .471 .428 .467 .480 .467 .447 .431 .541 .440 15 15 30 33 40 47 40 60 44 53 53 92 68 63 56 36 60 60 60 52 52 35 41 60 53 63 63 64 60 55 55 70 57 45 69 60 32 46 47 43

2010 Shane Brown 2011 Ronnie Richardson

58 59

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

19 23 27 30 37 41 55 51 48 56 70 68 72 57 38 63 62 62 32 29 66 57 71 67 76 63 72 56 36 68 71 33 57 49 49 81 66

RBI

Hits

Mel Gattis Bob Ramsey Jim Finnican Rick Hyatt Glenn Miller Warren Pickett Sam Nattile Sam Nattile Butch Vinson Butch Vinson Mark Maloney Scott McHugh Jose Soto Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Ernest Martinez Chad Mottola Gabby Angulo Scott Loubier Adam Johnson Adam Johnson Gregg Pacitti Eric Riggs Dustin Brisson Matt Bowser Chad Ehrnsberger Dee Brown Ryan Bear Dee Brown Dee Brown Ryan Bono Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Brandon Romans Chris Duffy D.J. Hicks

1974 Luis Escobar 27 1976 Ed Bowen 40 1977 Buddy DeWitt 51 1978 Hal Staats 60 1979 Jeff Rudolph 60 1980 Tim Foskett 61 1981 Tim Foskett 82 1982 Sam Nattile 66 1983 Tim Foskett 92 1984 Butch Vinson 69 1985 Tim Barker 142* 1986 Mark Maloney 74 1987 Jose Soto 94 1988 Bobby Kiser 85 1989 Carlos Agurto 66 1990 Ernest Martinez 81 1991 Ernest Martinez 85 1992 Ty Lynch 79 1993 Tony Marrillia 73 1994 Alex Morales 53 1995 Tony Marrillia 75 1996 Adam Johnson 81 1997 Eric Riggs 96 1998 Eric Riggs 87 1999 Dustin Brisson 80 2000 Dustin Brisson 81 2001 Jeremy Kurella 99 2002 Dee Brown 85 2003 Ryan Bear 76 2004 Clay Timpner 96 2005 John-Michael Howell 78 2006 Ryan Bono 64 2007 Tyson Auer 83 2008 Dwayne Bailey 77 2009 Shane Brown 73 2010 Chris Duffy 92 2011 Jonathan Griffin 86 * - NCAA D-I record

Doubles 1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Craig Butler Three with Buddy DeWitt Rick Hyatt Jeff Rudolph Warren Pickett Tim Foskett Jim Hawkins Jeff O’Dell Butch Vinson Todd Reese Mark Maloney Jose Soto Paul Pedersen Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Steve McClellan Ernest Martinez Paul Caropreso Kiki Antonini Alex Morales Tony Marrillia Adam Johnson Adam Johnson Dustin Brisson Erik Johnson Eric Riggs Matt Bowser Dustin Brisson Mike Fox Mike Myers Ryan Bear Clay Timpner John-Michael Howell Dave DiNatale Kiko Vazquez Colin Arnold Shane Brown Shane Brown Jonathan Griffin

3 6 7 14 16 13 15 10 14 18 21 11 18 14 14 12 23 23 14 14 15 14 21 25 17 17 26 21 27 26 16 20 20 18 18 17 17 20 25 19

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Dave String Three with Buddy DeWitt Jim Finncan Hal Staats Tim Foskett Sam Nattile Bill Halpin Sam Nattile Three with Tim Foskett Butch Vinson Vince Cangelosi Tim Barker Mark Maloney Vince Zawaski Bill O’Toole Curtis Latzo Steve McClellan Ty Lynch Ty Lynch Chad Mottola Alex Morales Matt Amman Alex Morales Adam Johnson Erik Johnson Tim Boeth Ivan Trujillo Jeremy Frost Jeremy Frost Clay Timpner Ryan Bear Clay Timpner Dee Brown Tyson Auer Chadd Hartman

2 2 5 4 5 3 3 6 6 3 10 7 8 8 7 6 6 4 7 11 7 7 8 7 8 5 4 5 5 4 3 5 5 6 3 6 3

Triples

43

Year-By-Year Leaders 2008 2009 2010 2011

Ryan Richardson Colin Arnold Ronnie Richardson Beau Taylor Ronnie Richardson

4 3 2 2 4

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Craig Butler Bob Ramsey Jim Finnican Hal Staats Hal Staats Warren Pickett Jose Fontanez Sam Nattile Sam Nattile Butch Vinson Butch Vinson Mark Maloney Scott McHugh Scott McHugh Vince Zawaski Jose Soto Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Ernest Martinez Ernest Martinez Chad Mottola Chad Mottola Gabby Angulo Scott Loubier Adam Johnson Gregg Pacitti Gregg Pacitti Todd Bellhorn Dustin Brisson Matt Bowser Chad Ehrnsberger Jeremy Frost Ryan Bear Clay Timpner Dee Brown Ryan Bono Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Brandon Romans Chris Duffy Jonathan Griffin

4 4 4 6 9 9 5 5 11 12 10 7 7 11 14 14 14 8 8 8 9 9 14 6 4 8 6 15 13 17 11 16 8 5 6 18 6 9 9 14 21 19

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Luis Escobar Ed Bowen Buddy DeWitt Hal Staats Hal Staats Warren Pickett Sam Nattile Sam Nattile Tim Foskett Butch Vinson Tim Barker Mark Maloney Jose Soto Bobby Kiser Bobby Kiser Ernest Martinez Ernest Martinez Chad Mottola Tony Marrillia Alex Morales Alex Morales Adam Johnson Eric Riggs Eric Riggs Dustin Brisson Dustin Brisson Chad Ehrnsberger Dee Brown Ryan Bear

37 54 71 92 108 100 122 112 136 131 190 123 158 147 93 130 139 143 96 77 120 131 143 154 154 139 141 111 121

Home Runs

Total Bases

44

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Clay Timpner John-Michaell Howell Ryan Bono Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Brandon Romans Chris Duffy Jonathan Griffin

146 145 96 121 103 116 175 166

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jon Teator Ed Bowen Rick Hyatt Tom Costello Jeff Rudolph Frank Surmaczewicz Jim Hawkins Kenny Howe Tim Foskett Odie Koehnke Vince Cangelosi Vince Zawaski Odie Koehnke Vince Zawaski Bobby Kiser Mike Josephina Glen Richardi Eric Golden Ty Lynch Eric Golden Alex Morales Alex Morales Todd Bellhorn Gregg Pacitti Eric Riggs Mark Batia Mike Myers Chad Ehrnsberger David Mann David Mann David Mann Matt Ray Kiko Vazquez Kiko Vazquez Robert Lara Brandon Romans Kiko Vazquez Shane Brown Ronnie Richardson Ronnie Richardson

11 36 22 26 34 26 44 29 44 39 72 58 50 40 38 46 74 28 28 42 24 41 42 47 40 51 38 46 40 41 30 45 33 32 34 25 25 34 34 36

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Jon Teator Ed Bowen Buddy DeWitt Hal Staats Hal Staats Tim Foskett Bill Halpin Tim Foskett Tim Foskett Tim Barker Tim Barker Jose Soto Odie Koehnke Bill O’Toole Curtis Latzo Mike Josephina Mike Josephina Brett Barker Tony Marrillia Alex Morales Alex Morales Chad Sheffer Tony Marrillia Brad King Will Croud Tim Boeth Tim Boeth Mark Batia

Walks

Stolen Bases

6 21 15 20 12 18 39 18 20 40 104* 31 21 20 15 26 27 11 21 21 26 26 26 19 18 25 45 16

2001 Mike Myers 2002 Mike Myers 2003 Clay Timpner 2004 Clay Timpner 2005 Matt Ray 2006 Matt Ray 2007 Tyson Auer 2008 Dwayne Bailey Tyson Auer 2009 Colin Arnold 2010 Darnell Sweeney 2011 Darnell Sweeney * - Ranks second in NCAA D-I

ERA (M i n . 30.0 IP) 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Joe Russell Joe Russell John Majeski Karl Hodges Tim Syverson John Flynn Tommy Foy Tommy Foy Dave Rettig Rick Abel Rich Polak Jeff Holland Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Jon Henry Todd Affricano Brian Huie Jason Schlutt Steve Golden Brian Scutero Mike Maroth Travis Held Jason Arnold Jason Arnold Casey Kennedy Justin Pope Von Stertzbach Kyle Bono Matt Fox Dominic Petracca Dominic Petracca Justin Weiss Justin Weiss Kyle Sweat Joe Rogers Johnny Sedlock

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Al Morton Sam Swanger John Majeski John Majeski Paul D’Amico Pete Saxe Terry Smith Tim Syverson Tommy Foy John Flynn William Jones John Flynn Tommy Foy Joe Santiago Tommy Novak Tommy Novak Brian Ahern Jay Scott Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Jimmy Still Mike Halperin Jules Van Landuyt Jason Schlutt Mike Halperin Jay Veniard Craig Cozart

Wins

29 26 22 43 32 23 27 21 21 7 17 22 2.44 2.45 2.89 1.85 3.34 3.22 3.05 3.63 3.09 3.97 2.20 3.55 2.54 2.02 1.81 2.37 2.08 2.62 2.93 2.20 1.89 3.72 2.04 2.67 3.16 1.68 1.81 0.83 1.85 3.00 2.08 1.38 3.41 4.60 4.50 2.00 4 7 8 6 6 7 5 5 7 7 4 4 9 8 9 11 8 8 10 9 10 7 7 9 6 6 10

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Craig Cozart George Schmidt Matt Lubozynski Todd Bellhorn David Rankin Casey Kennedy Justin Pope Bo Hall Mark Michael Matt Fox Tim Bascom Tim Bascom Jaager Good Kyle Sweat Three with Owen Dew Brian Adkins Chase Bradford

7 8 8 10 8 12 15 10 7 14 10 5 5 5 4 5 6 6

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Al Morton Sam Swanger John Majeski John Majeski Pete Saxe Tim Syverson Randy Hodges John Flynn Tommy Foy Joe Santiago Tommy Novak Tommy Novak Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Laurence Heisler Mike Halperin Joe Wagner Mike Halperin Jay Veniard Tim Riegert Travis Held Matt Lubozynski David Rankin Casey Kennedy Justin Pope Mark Michael V. Stertzbach Matt Fox Tim Bascom Tim Bascom Jaager Good Mitch Herold Kyle Sweat Owen Dew Brian Adkins

24.0 137.2 102.2 99.2 87.0 62.0 95.2 106.0 99.2 93.0 115.2 115.1 110.1 85.0 142.1 122.0 117.0 96.2 97.0 90.0 101.1 90.1 101.2 84.2 102.2 111.0 123.1 89.1 85.1 111.2 113.1 80.0 88.0 74.0 74.1 73.1 88.0

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Stan Edge Sam Swanger Joe Russell John Majeski Pete Saxe John Matthews Randy Hodges William Jones Dave Van Cura John Groth Tommy Novak Lamar Chandler Brian Ahern Jay Scott Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Jimmy Still Mike Halperin Joe Wagner Jason Schlutt Mike Halperin

20 129 66 62 52 29 41 52 45 54 85 79 85 91 125 88 67 93 75 75 84

Innings Pitched

Strikeouts

Year-By-Year Leaders 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jay Veniard Craig Cozart Travis Held Todd Bellhorn David Rankin Justin Pope Justin Pope Mark Michael Von Stertzbach Matt Fox Tim Bascom Tim Bascom Jaager Good Mitch Houck Caleb Graham Nick Cicio Danny Winkler

79 71 110 64 95 103 158 91 74 125 113 90 62 71 56 56 92

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

John Foran Three with Mike Maroth Jason Arnold Jason Arnold Jason Arnold Zach Sutton Zach Sutton Three with Three with Dominic Petracca Dominic Petracca Justin Weiss Justin Weiss Justin Weiss Joe Rogers Joe Rogers

7 2 3 12 8 7 5 8 2 2 4 8 9 7 5 8 9

1974 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Al Morton Sam Swanger John Majeski John Majeski Paul D’Amico Pete Saxe Tommy Foy Tommy Foy Three with Rick Marcello Brent Laycock Lamar Chandler Rich Polak Jeff Holland Jeff Johnson Brandon Turner Brian Ahern Brian Huie Brian Huie Mike Halperin Jason Schlutt Steve Golden Brian Scutero George Schmidt George Schmidt Mike Maroth Jason Arnold Jason Arnold Jason Arnold Zach Sutton Zach Sutton Kyle Bono Tim Bascom Dominic Petracca Dominic Petracca Justin Weiss Justin Weiss Cody Allen Cory Weech Joe Rogers Bryan Brown Nick Cicio

6 19 17 15 15 16 14 17 16 17 20 23 20 19 19 19 19 25 29 24 34 22 23 22 24 24 28 24 27 23 26 23 21 28 27 25 21 21 27 23 23 28

Three with Three with Rick Marcello Curran Hubbard Brent Laycock Lamar Chandler Tom Neild Rich Polak Kevin Bass Jeff Johnson Four with Brian Huie Brian Huie Brian Huie Jason Schlutt Steve Golden Criag Cozart

1 1 2 1 1 2 2 5 2 5 1 7 8 6 8 2 2

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Sam Swanger John Majeski Paul D’Amico Pete Saxe Tim Syverson Terry Smith Tommy Foy John Flynn Tommy Foy Joe Santiago Rick Marcello Tommy Novak Russ Manion Tommy Novak Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Brian Ahern Brandon Turner Laurence Heisler Jimmy Still Joe Wagner Mike Halperin Craig Cozart Craig Cozart Tim Riegert Matt Lubozynski Matt Lubozynski David Rankin David Rankin Justin Pope Jason Arnold Mark Michael Lincoln Mincks Mark Michael Matt Fox Tim Bascom Tim Bascom Jaager Good Mitch Herold Kyle Sweat Kyle Sweat Owen Dew Brian Adkins Danny Winkler

16 11 13 13 9 9 14 14 14 12 12 16 15 15 17 13 19 17 16 13 17 15 17 14 14 15 14 17 18 17 17 16 16 14 17 16 14 15 13 13 14 13 14 14

1976 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Sam Swanger Joe Russell John Majeski Tim Syverson Karl Hodges Tim Syverson Randy Hodges John Flynn Tommy Foy Tommy Foy Joe Santiago Tommy Novak Tommy Novak Brian Ahern Brian Ahern

9 8 10 4 4 4 7 5 5 9 9 6 7 5 5

Appearances

Saves

Games Started

Complete Games

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jay Scott Brian Ahern Anthony Laszaic Brandon Turner Jimmy Still Joe Wagner Three with Mike Halperin Jay Veniard Jay Veniard Tim Riegert George Schmidt Matt Lubozynski Brian Freeland Matt Lubozynski David Rankin Casey Kennedy Justin Pope Bo Hall Lincoln Mincks Mark Michael Kyle Bono Matt Fox Tim Bascom Tim Bascom Mitch Houck --- Mitch Herold Mitch Houck --- Nick Cicio Ray Hanson Ben Lively

5 12 5 5 6 2 1 5 5 5 3 4 4 1 1 2 7 6 2 2 5 6 6 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

George Royal Jim Finnican Jim Finnican Lonnie Peeler Robert Smith Jim Hawkins Tom King Mark Deglomine Ben Spitale Vince Zawaski Vince Zawaski Vince Zawaski Vince Zawaski Bobby Kiser Steve McClellan Kiki Antonini Kiki Antonini Gabby Angulo No Stats Recorded Todd Tocco Gregg Pacitti Dustin Brisson Matt Bowser Brent Spooner Matt Bowser Jeremy Frost Jeremy Frost Ryan Bear Ryan Bono Ryan Bono Kiko Vazquez Kiko Vazquez Robert Lara Kiko Vazquez Jonathan Griffin Jonathan Griffin

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Jim Horvath Ramon Lopez Tom Costello Butch Round Glenn Miller Butch Round Mitch Miller

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Butch Vinson Wayne Schulz Wayne Schulz Odie Koehnke Odie Koehnke Paul Pedersen Carlos Agurto Ernest Martinez Ty Lynch Gregg Castaldo Eric Golden No Stats Recorded Chad Sheffer Andy Moser Eric Riggs Eric Riggs Tim Boeth Mike Fox Mike Fox Adam Miller Jon Cooper Matt Ray Chandler Rose Matt Ray Eric Kallstrom Eric Kallstrom Eric Kallstrom Eric Kallstrom Darnell Sweeney Darnell Sweeney

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Jim Horvath Ramon Lopez Tom Costello Butch Round Butch Round Butch Round Sam Nattile Mark Deglomine Butch Vinson Wayne Schulz Scott McHugh Odie Koehnke Odie Koehnke Paul Pedersen Jeff Lane Ernest Martinez Ernest Martinez Gregg Castaldo Eddy Garcia No Stats Recorded Chad Sheffer Adrian Cardenas Eric Riggs Eric Riggs Tim Boeth Mike Myers Jeremy Kurella Mike Myers Rich Wallace Chandler Rose Matt Ray Matt Ray Chris Duffy Eric Kallstrom Shane Brown Darnell Sweeney Darnell Sweeney

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All-Time Letterwinners A

Rick Abel .........................1984-85, 87 Derek Abriola........................2004-07 Rodney Adair ............................ 1977 Brian Adkins..........................2010-11 Todd Affricano......................1990-91 Carlos Agurto........................1988-89 Brian Ahern............................1987-89 Ryan Alkire............................1992-93 Cody Allen.................................. 2008 Henry Alos.................................. 1984 Travis Alston............................... 1995 Joe Amman.................................. 1994 Matt Amman..........................1993-94 Brad Anderson........................... 1992 Tim Anderson............................. 1981 Gabby Angulo.......................1991-93 Kiki Antonini.........................1991-92 Mike Aranda............................... 2000 Colin Arnold..........................2008-09 Jason Arnold..........................1998-01 Reggie Arrington........................ 1981 Tyson Auer.............................2005-08

B

Dwayne Bailey.......................2007-08 Jon Ball....................................1992-93 Brett Barker............................1991-92 Tim Barker ............................1984-85 Elton Barks.............................1989-91 Gilbert Barreto............................ 1993 Tim Bascom............................2004-06 Kevin Bass..............................1986-89 Mark Batia..............................1999-00 Ryan Bear...............................2002-03 Keith Bebout............................... 1979 Billy Bechtol...........................1994-95 Corky Beebe ............................... 1996 Ron Behe.................................1974-75 Todd Bellhorn........................1995-98 Kyler Bender............................... 2006 Bryan Bennett........................2006-07 Jay Bergman, Jr. ....................1983-84 Marshall Bernhard................2004-05 Alex Besaw.................................. 2010 George Betancourt................1994-95 Scott Biernacki............................ 1997 Mike Billek.............................2003-05 D.J. Bissell.................................... 2007 Dan Bitters................................... 1988 Dan Blue...................................... 1985 Tim Boeth...............................1998-99 Kyle Bono...............................2003-04 Ryan Bono..............................2003-06 Brett Bordwine.................2004, 06-07 Ed Bowen.................................... 1976 Matt Bowser ..........................1998-00 Chase Bradford......................2010-11 Robert Braleski........................... 2003 Stephen Branca........................... 2008 Henry Bransom.......................... 1978 Ryan Breen.............................2010-11 Dustin Brisson.......................1997-00 Terry Broderick.......................... 1984 Brian Brooks...........................2004-07 Tom Brosche..........................1975-76 Bryan Brown..........................2009-11 Chris Brown................................ 2001 Dee Brown..............................2002-05 Kelly Brown...........................1988-91 Russ Brown................................. 1985 Sandy Brown..........................1978-79 Shane Brown..........................2007-10 Bryan Bruce................ 1993-94, 96-97 Joe Buccheri................................. 1997 William Buckley......................... 1987

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Tyler Bunnell.............................. 2006 Brad Busbin............................2001-02 Drew Butera...........................2003-05 Craig Butler............................1974-75 Dave Butterfield......................... 1984

C

Dave Cable.............................1984-85 B.J. Calapa................................... 1994 Troy Campbell............................ 1992 Nick Campobosso.................1987-88 Vince Cangelosi.......................... 1985 Adrian Cardenas...................1996-97 Scott Carmichael......................... 2001 Paul Caropreso........................... 1992 Mike Carpenter........................... 1984 Danny Casey..........................1982-83 Gregg Castaldo......................1991-92 Justin Cerrato.........................2001-02 Lamar Chandler....................1985-86 Nick Choto............................ 2007, 09 Nick Cicio...............................2010-11 Michael Cimilluca ..................... 1993 Burt Clark...............................2001-04 James Clark............................1995-96 Kevin Crist ................................. 1977 Taylor Cobb............... 2002-03, 05-06 Marty Coffey............................... 1986 Russ Colberg............................... 1976 Chris Colella............................... 2001 Matt Collins................................. 2011 Jeff Colton...............................1985-86 Matt Comerford.....................1996-97 Jeff Conner.................................. 1997 Jon Cooper..............................2003-04 Tom Costello..........................1977-78 George Cox.............................2001-02 Craig Cozart...........................1993-96 Jeff Craft....................................... 1985 Jim Crone................................1987-90 Will Croud..............................1997-98 Steve Crutcher.......................1974-75 Raul Cruz.................................... 2000

D

Andrew Daly.............................. 2003 Mike D’Amico ........................... 1974 Paul D’Amico.........................1977-78 Joe Dawson............................1984-85 Mark Deglomine...................1980-83 Randy Delgatti............................ 1980 Owen Dew.................................. 2010 Buddy DeWitt............................. 1977 Dave DiNatale............................ 2006 Brennan Dobbins...................2008-11 Jaime Douglas........................2003-04 Dave Draper................................ 1974 Chris Duffy............................2007-10

E

Grant Eckard............................... 1996 Stan Edge............................... 1974, 76 Gary Edwards............................. 1977 Chad Ehrnsberger...................... 2001 Adrian Ellis................................. 1995 Bill Emmons................................ 1976 Eric English................................. 2007 Luis Escobar................................ 1974

F

Bruce Faison................................ 1983 Derek Feltner.........................1985-86 Mickey Ferrell............................. 1977 Anthony Figliolia....................... 2009 Jim Finnican...........................1977-78 David Fischer.............................. 1991

Jim Fitzgerald .......................1976-78 John Flynn........................1978, 81-83 Jose Fontanez.............................. 1981 John Foran..............................1994-95 Tim Ford.................................2002-05 Tim Foskett............................1980-83 Matt Fox..................................2002-04 Mike Fox ................................1998-01 Tommy Foy............................1980-83 Pat Frawley................................. 1999 Charlie Frazier.......................1985-88 Brian Freeland ................1998-00, 02 Alex Friedrich........................2010-11 Jeremy Frost...........................1999-02 Frank Fucile............... 1993-94, 96-97

G

Rookie Gage...........................1994-95 Ryan Gainsford.......................... 1999 Alex Garcia.............................1992-93 Eddy Garcia...........................1992-93 Wayne Gardner.....................1979-82 Shane Garrett ............................. 1998 Mel Gattis...............................1974-75 Pete Gavillan..........................1999-00 Gary Gawrych............................ 1983 Cesar Geronimo.......................... 1994 Carmine Giaradina...............2007-08 Bob Gierke................................... 1984 Sheldon Gill................................ 1993 Rob Gladwin..........................1994-95 David Goins...........................1988-89 Eric Golden............................1991-94 Steve Golden..........................1994-96 Brian Gomes...........................1994-97 Abe Gonzalez.............................. 2001 Greg Good..............................2000-01 Jaager Good......................2006-07, 09 Matt Goodyear............................ 2010 Kevin Gordon........................1997-98 Caleb Graham........................2008-09 Chuck Graham.................... 1988-89 Jason Graham........................2000-02 Todd Grande..........................1990-91 Bryan Granino............................ 2003 Brian Greif................................... 1990 Jonathan Griffin.....................2010-11 Brian Griggs................................ 2008 John Groth . ...........................1984-85 Dave Guido................................. 1973 Gus Guilbert................................ 1980

H

Eric Hagstrom........................1992-93 Richard Halecky......................... 1997 Bo Hall......................................... 2002 Mike Halperin........................1992-94 Bill Halpin..............................1979-81 Ray Hanson................................. 2011 Ty Hanson..............................2001-02 Steve Hargest.............................. 1974 Chadd Hartman....................2006-09 Jim Hawkins....................1980-81, 83 Ryan Hearell............................... 1994 Laurence Heisler...................1990-91 Travis Held............................1997-98 Erik Hempe................................. 2011 Jon Henry.................................... 1990 Mitch Herold..........................2006-08 Gary Hiatt .................................. 1979 D.J. Hicks........................... 2009, 2011 David Hodges........................1983-84 Karl Hodges...........................1979-82 Randy Hodges............................ 1981 O.T. Holden ..........................1982-84 Jeff Holland............................1987-88

Bryan Holzworth...................1984-85 Marty Horan............................... 1980 Charlie Horne............................. 1974 Jim Horvath...........................1973-76 Matt Horwath........................2005-07 Mitch Houck..........................2006-08 Alan Howe.................................. 1988 Kenny Howe..........................1982-83 John-Michael Howell................. 2005 Charlie Hrabovsky..................... 1990 Curran Hubbard....................1984-85 Pat Hubbard...........................1990-91 Austin Hudson......................2007-09 Brian Huie..............................1990-92 Chip Hummel........................1990-91 Bridger Hunt............................... 2004 Brad Hurd................................... 1976 Jake Huxtable.............................. 2009 Rick Hyatt...............................1977-78

I-J

Jay Isler...................................1975-76 Keith Jackson.............................. 1988 Tory Jacobson........................1991-92 Chris Jarmuz..........................1979-80 Tony Johns.................................. 1980 Adam Johnson.......................1994-96 Andy Johnson........................1999-01 Erik Johnson...........................1996-98 Harry Johnson............................ 1976 Jeff Johnson............................1987-88 Randy Johnson .......................... 1981 Austin Johnston.......................... 2010 William Jones.........................1979-82 Mike Josephina......................1989-91 William Julio............................... 1982

K

Eric Kallstrom........................2006-09 Danny Kash................................. 2006 Scott Keller ............................1998-99 David Kelly................................. 1999 Jeff Kelly...................................... 1976 Robert Kendall.......................1985-86 Casey Kennedy........................... 2000 Brad King...............................1994-96 Tom King . .............................1979-82 Bobby Kiser............................1987-90 Sammy Kocol ............................. 1997 Odie Koehnke........................1984-87 Randy Kotchman....................... 1989 Nathan Kragt.........................2002-03 Jeremy Kurella............................ 2001

L

Matt LaFleur............................... 2004 Jeff Lagos................................1988-89 Dave Lambert........................2003-06 Matt Lambert.........................2006-07 Gary Landrum............................ 1974 Jeff Lane..................................1989-90 Robert Lara.................................. 2008 Bill Larsen.................................... 1974 Anthony Laszaic....................1988-92 Curtis Latzo............................1988-89 Chris Law.................................... 1991 Rich Lawrence.......................1993-95 Brent Laycock........................1983-84 Mark LeClerc.............................. 1990 P.J. Lehmann............................... 2003 Nate Lienard............................... 1997 Cal Lingelbach................ 1974, 76, 78 Albert Little................................. 1994 Ben Lively.................................... 2011 Rett Locke.................................... 1981 Carmen Lombardo..................... 1986

All-Time Letterwinners Ramon Lopez.........................1976-77 Scott Loubier..........................1993-96 Matt Lubozynski...................1995-98 Paul Lubrano.........................2001-02 Derek Luciano.......................2010-11 Ty Lynch.................................1991-92 Keith Lyttle.............................1987-88

M

Mike MacDonald........................ 1990 Mike MacGeorge........................ 1981 Pete MacLaughlan..................... 1974 Burgess MacNamara.................. 1992 John Majeski...........................1977-78 Mark Maloney.......................1985-86 Russ Manion..........................1985-86 David Mann...........................2002-04 David Manning.......................... 1991 Matt Manning....................... 2008, 10 Steve Manthey ......................1983-84 Rick Marcello.........................1983-84 Jesse Marlo.................................. 2000 Mike Maroth ........................1996-98 Tony Marrillia . .....................1992-95 Tom Martin............................1980-81 Eric Martinez.............................. 1991 Ernest Martinez.....................1990-91 Luis Martinez.............................. 1982 Billy Marzetta............................. 1999 Tony Marzetta............................ 1999 John Matthews.......................1979-80 Steve Matthews.......................... 1986 Kyle Maulbetsch......................... 2007 Jeff McAndrew........................... 1991 Pat McCarty................................ 1973 Steve McClellan.....................1989-90 Matt McClung....................... 2005, 07 Scott McHugh........................1985-86 Scott McLean............................... 1975 Matt Meath.............................1998-01 Taylor Meier.....................2004, 06-07 Louis Mendez........................1981-83 Carlos Mendoza......................... 1991 Mike Mercadante....................... 2004 Nick Mergo................................. 1980 John Meskauskas........................ 1994 Gary Meyer................................. 1984 Mark Michael.........................2002-03 Joe Mikler .............................1974-75 Adam Miller................................ 2002 Bobby Miller .........................1986-87 Chris Miller................................. 1998 Glenn Miller...........................1979-80 Mark Miller............................1982-83 Mike Miller.................................. 1976 Mitch Miller...........................1981-82 Kyle Mills...............................2007-08 Lincoln Mincks......................2002-03 Mike Miracle..........................1977-80 Ryan Moore................................. 1993 Alex Morales..........................1993-95 Carlos Morales............................ 1988 Al Morton.................................... 1974 Andy Moser...........................1995-96 John Motsinger .....................1986-87 Chad Mottola.........................1990-92 Scott Muhlhan.......................1993-94 Mike Myers............................2000-02

N

Sam Nattile.............................1980-82 Tom Neild..............................1985-86 Darren Newlin.......................2004-05 Tim Norvell............................1988-90 Tom Novak............................1985-86

O

Jeff O’Dell.................................... 1983 Michael O’Shaughnessy............ 1979 Bill O’Toole............................1987-89 Bill Oakley..............................1998-01 John Ogden................................. 1997 Sean Ordway.........................1991-93 Dean Orr...................................... 1979 Julio Ortiz.................................... 1992

P

Gregg Pacitti .........................1996-97 Stan Palm................................1989-90 Jimmy Papa . .........................1996-97 Mike Pastrana............................. 1995 Joe Patitucci............................1984-85 Chuck Patrick........................1975-76 Bay Paul....................................... 1999 Paul Pedersen........................1987-88 Lonnie Peeler.............................. 1979 Richard Peirce........................1979-81 Gregg Perich............................... 1976 Brian Perkins............................... 2003 Dan Peters................................... 1991 Dominic Petracca..................2005-06 Warren Pickett.......................1980-82 Allen Platt . ............................1986-87 Rich Polak...............................1986-89 Justin Pope.............................1999-01 Courtney Propst......................... 2005 Mike Pulling................................ 1974

R

Dan Radovic................................ 1973 John Raleigh................................ 1982 Domingo Ramirez...................... 1976 Marco Ramirez........................... 1996 Bob Ramsey............................1975-76 Ryan Ramsey.............................. 2003 David Rankin.........................1999-00 Matt Ray.................................2004-06 Todd Reese.............................1985-87 Fritz Reichardt............................ 2002 Glenn Reichle.............................. 1989 Dave Rettig.............................1984-85 Matt Rhodes...........................2004-05 Glen Richardi.........................1991-92 Chuck Richardson.................1977-78 Ronnie Richardson................2010-11 Ryan Richardson...................2007-08 Kevin Richmond....................2004-05 Scott Ridenour............................ 2000 Tim Riegert ...........................1993-96 Brian Riggin...........................1986-87 Eric Riggs................................1996-98 Roland Rivera............................. 1982 Donnie Rixie................................ 1984 Marc Roberts............................... 1991 Ray Rodriguez............................ 2005 Joe Rogers...............................2010-11 Eddie Rojas.................................. 1997 Brandon Romans...................2007-09 Chandler Rose.......................2004-05 Butch Round..........................1979-81 George Royal.........................1973-76 Jeff Rudolph...........................1977-79 Joe Russell .............................1976-80 Tim Russell.............................2007-08

S

Rick Sanders................................ 1989 Joe Santiago............................1984-85 Troy Satterfield......................1998-99 Pete Saxe.................................1979-80 Jason Schlutt .........................1992-93

George Schmidt.....................1996-97 Mike Schmit ............................... 1989 Steve Schneider.......................... 1993 Blaine Schulte........................2001-03 Wayne Schulz........................1984-85 Jay Scott .................................1987-88 Brian Scutero..........................1994-95 Johnny Sedlock......................2010-11 Jeff See.......................................... 1974 Erik Shafer............................. 1998, 99 Tom Sharp................................... 1977 Brian Shaughnessy..................... 1988 Chad Sheffer............................... 1995 Bobby Shiles................................ 1988 David Shipps.........................2001-02 Travis Shreve.............................. 2011 Josh Siebenaler.......................2008-09 Todd Silverman.......................... 1996 Rick Simpson.............................. 1984 Pat Sinisgalli................................ 1986 Rick Skelton................................ 1990 Skip Skelton................................ 1976 Jeff Sloan . ................................... 1997 Mark Smietana.......................2000-01 Joe Smitelli................................... 1980 Austin Smith............................... 2009 Maurice Smith.......................1982-83 Robert Smith..........................1979-80 Terry Smith................................. 1980 Tim Smith...............................1974-75 Esix Snead..............................1996-98 Randy Snodgrass...................1986-87 Jose Soto..................................1986-87 Ben Spitale................................... 1984 Brent Spooner............................. 1999 Hal Staats................................1977-79 Malcomb Stanchfield................. 1977 Brian Steenson.................2000, 02-03 Darryl Stephens.....................1998-00 Von David Stertzbach...........2000-03 Jimmy Still........................1989, 91-93 Dan Stillman............................... 2000 Evan Stobbs............................2008-09 Mark Stowe............................1999-00 Jeff Strange.............................1983-84 Dave String.............................1974-75 Steve Stropp...........................2006-07 Dave Stuart.............................1977-78 Wayne Summers...................2001-02 Frank Surmaczewicz.............1979-80 Zach Sutton............................1999-02 Sam Swanger ............................. 1976 Doug Swanson.......................1983-86 Duane Swanson.......................... 1992 Kyle Sweat..............................2006-09 Darnell Sweeney....................2010-11 Tim Syverson.........................1979-80

Dave Van Cura......................1982-83 Rob Van Kirk.............................. 2000 Jules VanLanduyt..................1992-93 Fernando Vargas........................ 1989 Kiko Vazquez.........................2006-09 David Veliz............................1983-84 Jay Veniard.............................1993-95 Lester Victoria............................. 1998 Butch Vinson..........................1983-84 Gregg Vogel................................ 1976

W-Y-Z

Drake Wade...........................2004-05 Joe Wagner.............................1992-93 Kevin Wainscott......................... 1993 David Wallace............................. 1984 Matt Wallace..........................1993-94 Rich Wallace...........................2000-03 Keith Walsh................................. 1999 Jim Walters.............................1986-87 Mike Waresak............................. 1983 Jay Weaver.............................1995-96 Cory Weech................................. 2009 Carey Weeden.......................1995-96 Justin Weiss............................2007-09 Clay Wells................................... 1997 Clint Wells..............................2000-02 Craig Wells . ............................... 1987 William Wells............................. 1985 Nick Whidden.......................2002-03 Mark Whittenmore.................... 1993 Seth Wiepking.......................1995-96 Andy Williams.......................1988-91 Cy Williams................................. 1987 Ryan Williams.......................2006-07 Scott Williams............................. 2003 Patrick Williamson................1997-98 Danny Winkler........................... 2011 Sonny Wise.............................1975-76 Tony Wolfe.............................1997-98 Jay Wollenburg........................... 1983 James Woodrow ........................ 1994 Kenny Wright........................1982-85 Shane Ynclan............................... 2006 Rick Yochem..........................1985-86 Mark Young................................ 1994 Chris Youngberg...................1998-00 Vince Zawaski.......................1985-88 Brian Zinkil................................. 1993 Steve Zurkuhlen....................1976-77

T

Chris Taladay.........................2010-11 Beau Taylor............................2009-11 Gary Taylor............................1976-77 Jon Teator...............................1974-75 Jeremy Thorne............................ 2005 Clay Timpner.........................2002-04 Kevin Tippett.............................. 1991 Todd Tocco.............................1992-95 Damian Torino......................1989-91 David Torres............................... 2003 Ivan Trujillo............................1999-00 Brandon Turner.....................1987-90 Greg Turner...........................1988-89

U-V

Scott Underwood..................1986-89 Scott Utech.................................. 1992

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Awards & Honors D i v i s i o n I A l l -A m e r i c a n

Tim Barker, OF...................................................1985 Chad Mottola, OF...............................................1992 Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001 Jason Arnold, RHP.............................................2001 Jeremy Kurella, SS..............................................2001 Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004 Kyle Bono, RHP..................................................2004 Shane Brown, OF................................................2010 Chris Duffy, OF..................................................2010 D.J. Hicks, DH....................................................2011

D i v i s i o n II A l l -A m e r i c a n

Sam Swanger, P..................................................1975 Tim Foskett, OF..................................................1983

Baseball America F r e s h m a n A l l -A m e r i c a n

Second Team Jason Arnold, P...................................................1998 Dee Brown, OF...................................................2002

Baseball America M i d s e a s o n A l l -A m e r i c a n

Todd Bellhorn, P................................................1998 Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001 Jason Arnold, RHP.............................................2001 Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004

Division I A c a d e m i c A l l -A m e r i c a n

First Team Chad Ehrnsberger, 2B........................................2001 Ryan Bear, 1B/RF...............................................2003 Second Team Matt Lubozynski, P............................................1997

D i v i s i o n II A c a d e m i c A l l -A m e r i c a n

Mark Deglomine, IF...........................................1981 Karl Hodges, P....................................................1981 Tom Martin, P.....................................................1981

G o l d e n S p i k e s A w a rd F i n a l i s t

Tim Barker, OF...................................................1985 Chris Duffy, OF..................................................2010

NCBWA D i c k H o w s e r T r o p h y Semifinalist

Chris Duffy, OF..................................................2010 D.J. Hicks, DH....................................................2011

Johnny Bench A w a rd S e m i f i n a l i s t

Drew Butera, C...................................................2005 Ryan Bono, C......................................................2006 Beau Taylor, C....................................................2011

B aseball A merica M idseason F r e s h m a n A l l -A m e r i c a n

Mizuno F r e s h m a n A l l -A m e r i c a n

Collegiate Baseball/ Louisville Slugger F r e s h m a n A l l -A m e r i c a n

ABCA A t l a n t i c R e g i o n Coach of the Year

Clay Timpner, OF...............................................2002

Jason Arnold, P...................................................1998 Matt Bowser, 1B..................................................1998 Dee Brown, OF...................................................2002 Clay Timpner, OF...............................................2002 Taylor Meier, RHP.............................................2004 Beau Taylor, C....................................................2009 Ryan Breen, C/DH............................................2010 Joe Rogers, LHP..................................................2010 Chris Taladay, C/IF...........................................2010

Collegiate Baseball F r e s h m a n A l l -A m e r i c a n

Honorable Mention Rich Wallace, IF..................................................2000 Burt Clark, LHP..................................................2001 Paul Lubrano, LHP............................................2001

Collegiate Baseball/ Louisville Slugger National Hitter of the Week

Shane Brown, IF..........................................4/27/09 Darnell Sweeney, IF....................................5/24/10 D.J. Hicks, DH.............................................4/25/11

P ro -L i n e A t h l e t ic N ational Hitter of the Week

Matt Horwath, DH........................................5/1/07 Shane Brown, IF..........................................4/28/09 Darnell Sweeney, IF....................................5/25/10

C o l l e g e B a s e ba l l I nsi de r . c om National P l a y e r o f t h e W e e k

Shane Brown, IF..........................................4/29/09

Mike Halperin, P................................................1992

Jay Bergman........................................................1995

ABCA A l l -A t l a n t i c R e g i o n

First Team Adam Johnson, OF.............................................1995 Dustin Brisson, 1B..............................................1999 Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001 Jason Arnold, RHP.............................................2001 Chad Ehrnsberger, 2B........................................2001 Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004 Chris Duffy, OF..................................................2010 Second Team Alex Morales, OF................................................1995 Todd Bellhorn, P................................................1998 Mark Batia, OF....................................................1999

A ll -S outh R egion D ivision I

Tim Barker, OF...................................................1985

A l l -S o u t h R e g i o n D i v i s i o n II

Cal Lingelbach, IF..............................................1978 Jeff Rudolph, OF.................................................1978 Hal Staats, OF.....................................................1978 Jeff Rudolph, OF.................................................1979 Tim Foskett, OF..................................................1980 Sam Nattile, OF..................................................1980 Warren Pickett, DH............................................1980 Frank Sumaczwicz, IF.......................................1980

A l l -S u n s h i n e C o n f e r e n c e

First Team Sam Nattile, OF..................................................1982 Tim Foskett, OF..................................................1983

Atlantic Sun Player of the Year

Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001

Atlantic Sun Pitcher of the Year

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Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004

Atlantic Sun F r e s h m a n o f t h e Y e a r Dee Brown, OF

2002

Atlantic Sun C o a c h o f t h e Y e a r Jay Bergman

2001, 02, 04

A l l -A t l a n t i c S u n

First Team Jason Arnold, RHP....................................... 1998-01 Tim Bascom, RHP..............................................2005 Ryan Bear, OF.....................................................2003 Todd Bellhorn, RHP..........................................1998 Kyle Bono, RHP..................................................2004 Matt Bowser, LF........................................... 1999-00 Dee Brown, OF....................................... 2002, 04-05 Dustin Brisson, 1B........................................ 1999-00 Chad Ehrnsberger, 3B........................................2001 Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004 Adam Johnson, OF.............................................1995 Jeremy Kurella, SS..............................................2001 Mike Myers, SS...................................................2002 Alex Morales, OF................................................1994 Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001 Eric Riggs, SS......................................................1998 Jason Schlutt, P...................................................1993 Clay Timpner, OF...............................................2004 Jay Veniard, P.....................................................1995 Second Team Gabby Angulo, IF...............................................1993 Mark Batia, OF....................................................2000 Tim Boeth, IF.......................................................1999 Drew Butera, C...................................................2005 Craig Cozart, P...................................................1995 Mike Fox, 2B.......................................................2001 Jeremy Frost, C...................................................2001 John-Michael Howell, IF...................................2005 Adam Johnson, OF.............................................1996 Brad King, DH....................................................1995 Casey Kennedy, P..............................................2000 Scott Loubier, DH..............................................1996 David Mann, DH................................................2002 Tony Marrillia, OF.............................................1995 Mark Michael, RHP...........................................2002 Mike Myers, IF....................................................2000 Chandler Rose, IF...............................................2004 Todd Tocco, IF....................................................1995 Third Team Todd Bellhorn, DH............................................1997 Tim Boeth, 2B......................................................1998 Matt Bowser, 1B..................................................1998 Dustin Brisson, 3B..............................................1998 Will Croud, OF...................................................1998 Mike Fox, IF........................................................2000 Brad King, C........................................................1996 Matt Lubozynski, P............................................1997 Gregg Pacitti, 1B.................................................1996 Justin Pope, P......................................................2000 David Rankin, P.................................................1999 Brent Spooner, C................................................1999 Rich Wallace, DH...............................................2000

Atlantic Sun A l l -F r e s h m a n T e a m

Tyson Auer, OF..................................................2005 Kyle Bono, P........................................................2003 Dee Brown, OF...................................................2002 Drew Butera, C...................................................2003 Dave Lambert, 1B...............................................2003 Paul Lubrano, LHP............................................2001

Awards & Honors Taylore Meier, RHP...........................................2004 Matt Ray, IF.........................................................2004 Clay Timpner, OF...............................................2002

C o n f e r e n c e USA A l l -F r e s h m a n T e a m

Tony Marrillia, OF.............................................1993 Todd Tocco, IF....................................................1995 Gregg Pacitti, OF................................................1997 Jeremy Kurella, SS..............................................2001 Mike Myers, SS...................................................2002

Dave DiNatale, OF.............................................2006 Mitch Houck, LHP.............................................2006 Chris Duffy, IF....................................................2007 Beau Taylor, C....................................................2009 D.J. Hicks, DH/UTIL.........................................2009 Joe Rogers, LHP..................................................2010 Darnell Sweeney, IF...........................................2010 Chris Taladay, C/IF...........................................2010 Ben Lively, RHP.................................................2011

Atlantic Sun A l l -T o u r n a m e n t T e a m

C o n f e r e n c e USA A l l -T o u r n a m e n t T e a m

Atlantic Sun T o u r n a m e n t MVP

Jason Arnold, RHP.............................................2001 Todd Bellhorn, OF..............................................1997 Tim Boeth, 2B......................................................1998 Dustin Brisson, 3B..............................................1998 Dee Brown, OF...................................................2004 Bryan Bruce, SS............................................. 1996-97 Drew Butera, C............................................. 2004-05 Burt Clark, LHP..................................................2001 Chad Ehrnsberger, IF.........................................2001 Mike Fox, IF........................................................2001 Rookie Gage, IF..................................................1995 Ty Hanson, IF.....................................................2002 Erik Johnson, IF..................................................1997 Brad King, C........................................................1996 Jeremy Kurella, IF..............................................2001 Scott Loubier, DH..............................................1996 Tony Marrillia, OF....................................... 1993-95 Alex Morales, OF.......................................... 1993-95 Andy Moser, IF...................................................1995 Mike Myers, SS............................................. 2001-02 Gregg Pacitti, OF................................................1997 Justin Pope, RHP................................................2001 Marco Ramirez, P...............................................1996 Matt Ray, IF................................................... 2004-05 Eric Riggs, IF.......................................................1997 Jason Schlutt, P...................................................1993 Darryl Stephens, OF..........................................1999 Von David Stertzbach, RHP....................... 2001-02 Clay Timpner, OF...............................................2002 Todd Tocco, IF....................................................1993 Patrick Williamson, IF.......................................1997

P r e s e a s o n C o n f e r e n c e USA Player of the Year

D.J. Hicks, 1B/RHP............................................2012

Preseason Conference USA P i t c h e r o f t h e Y e a r

Tim Bascom, RHP..............................................2006

C o n f e r e n c e USA Freshman of the Year

Chris Taladay, C/IF...........................................2010

A l l -C o n f e r e n c e USA

First Team Tim Bascom, RHP..............................................2006 Kiko Vazquez, 1B...............................................2007 Shane Brown, OF................................................2010 Chris Duffy, OF..................................................2010 Jonathan Griffin, 1B...........................................2011 Second Team Tyson Auer, OF..................................................2007 Colin Arnold, OF................................................2008 Shane Brown, 2B.................................................2009 Brandon Romans, OF........................................2009 D.J. Hicks, DH....................................................2011

Jaager Good, RHP..............................................2007 D.J. Hicks, DH....................................................2011 Jonathan Griffin, 1B...........................................2011

C o n f e r e n c e USA A l l -A c a d e m i c T e a m

Colin Arnold, OF................................................2008 Matt Horwath, DH.............................................2007 Mitch Houck, LHP.............................................2008 Kiko Vazquez, IF......................................2007, 2009 Derek Luciano, IF...............................................2011

C o n f e r e n c e USA A c a d e m i c Commissionerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Honor Roll

Brian Adkins................................................. 2010-11 Colin Arnold................................................. 2008-09 Bryan Bennett............................................... 2006-07 Trevor Berry........................................................2011 Alex Besaw.................................................... 2010-11 D.J. Bissell............................................................2007 J.M. Blake....................................................... 2010-11 Brett Bordwine....................................................2007 Chasen Bradford................................................2011 Stephen Branca...................................................2008 Bryan Brown................................................. 2009-11 Shane Brown.................................................2007, 10 Tyler Bunnell................................................ 2006-07 Anthony Caronia................................................2010 Nick Choto.................................................... 2007-09 Nick Cicio...................................................... 2010-11 Paul Cinder.........................................................2008 Taylor Cobb........................................................2006 Gregg Cooke................................................. 2010-11 Jon Cooper...........................................................2006 Jeff Dally..............................................................2011 Dave DiNatale....................................................2006 Brennan Dobbins.......................................... 2008-09 Anthony Figliolia...............................................2009 Alex Friedrich............................................... 2009-11 Carmine Giardina........................................ 2007-08 Gil Gomez...........................................................2009 Matt Goodyear..............................................2007, 10 Caleb Graham............................................... 2008-09 Chadd Hartman........................................... 2006-09 Erik Hempe.........................................................2011 Mitch Herold................................................. 2006-07 D.J. Hicks....................................................... 2009-10 Matt Horwath............................................... 2006-07 Mitch Houck................................................. 2007-08 Jake Huxtable................................................ 2009-10 Austin Johnston............................................ 2010-11 Danny Kash.........................................................2006 Dave Lambert.....................................................2006 Matt Lambert................................................ 2006-08 Ben Lively............................................................2011 Derek Luciano.............................................. 2010-11 Matt Manning............................................... 2008-10 Kyle Mills...................................................... 2008-09 Jordan Rasinski...................................................2009 Ronnie Richardson....................................... 2010-11

Ryan Richardson.......................................... 2007-08 Scott Robinson....................................................2010 Joe Rogers...................................................... 2010-11 Johnny Sedlock............................................. 2010-11 Travis Shreve......................................................2011 Josh Siebenaler.............................................. 2008-09 Keith Simon................................................... 2009-10 Austin Smith.......................................................2009 Steve Stropp.................................................. 2006-07 Kyle Sweat..................................................... 2008-09 Chris Taladay................................................ 2010-11 Beau Taylor.........................................................2009 Kevin Vasquez....................................................2010 Kiko Vazquez................................................ 2006-09 Cory Weech................................................... 2008-10 Justin Weiss.........................................................2009 Ryan Williams....................................................2006 B.J. Zimmerman.................................................2009

C o n f e r e n c e USA Academic Medal

Colin Arnold.......................................................2008 Tyler Bunnell......................................................2006 Nick Choto..........................................................2007 Nick Cicio............................................................2010 Gil Gomez...........................................................2009 Matt Manning.....................................................2008 Austin Smith.......................................................2009 Kiko Vazquez......................................................2006 Nick Cicio............................................................2011 Jeff Dally..............................................................2011

O l i v e G a rd e n C l a s s i c A l l -T o u r n a m e n t T e a m

Matt Bowser, LF.................................................1999 Will Croud, OF...................................................1998 Eric Golden, 2B...................................................1992 Chip Hummel, SS...............................................1991 Adam Johnson, OF....................................... 1995-96 Brad King, C........................................................1996 Marc LeClerc, DH..............................................1990 Matt Lubozynski, P............................................1998 Ty Lynch, DH.....................................................1992 Ernest Martinez, 3B............................................1990 Chad Mottola, OF...............................................1990 Bill Oakley, 3B....................................................1999 David Rankin, P.................................................1999 Eric Riggs, 2B................................................ 1997-98 Chad Sheffer, SS.................................................1995 Matt Wallace, C..................................................1994

D i s n e y /ACC B l a s t A l l -T o u r n a m e n t T e a m

Casey Kennedy, P..............................................2000 Ivan Trujillo, OF.................................................2000

NCAA R e g i o n a l A l l -T o u r n a m e n t T e a m

Columbia Regional Mike Fox, 3B.......................................................2001 Greg Good, 1B....................................................2001 Andy Johnson, DH.............................................2001 Tallahassee Regional Marshall Bernhard, 3B.......................................2004 Dee Brown, OF...................................................2004 Drew Butera, C...................................................2004 Matt Fox, RHP....................................................2004 Bo Hall, RHP.......................................................2002 Kevin Richmond, DH........................................2004 Jonathan Griffin, 1B...........................................2011 D.J. Hicks, DH....................................................2011

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UCF Athletics Hall of Fame Five former Knights baseball players have been inducted into the UCF Athletics Hall of Fame: Jason Arnold, Tim Barker, Tim Foskett, Calvin Lingelbach and Chad Mottola.

Jason Arnold - 1998-01 A 2001 All-American, Jason Arnold is the UCF all-time leader in saves, appearances and strikeouts per nine innings. In four seasons with the Knights, he had a 2.38 ERA, a 30-11 record, 27 saves and 330 strikeouts in 249.2 innings. While he only started 19 outings, Arnold still had five complete games, all in 2001. Tim Barker - 1984-85 The NCAA Division I all-time leader for hits in a season, Tim Barker set the bar for all

college players when he banged out 142 base hits during the 1985 season. He also swiped 104 bases and finished his two-year career with 208 hits and 144 steals in 157 attempts.

Tim Foskett - 1980-83 Tim Foskett was a 1983 Division II All-American for the Knights, while he also picked up 1980 All-South Region Team and 1983 All-Sunshine Conference honors. After having three-straight seasons batting over .300, Foskett set the UCF single-season record with a .444 mark in 1983. Calvin Lingelbach - 1974, 76, 78 An All-South Region Team member in 1978, Cal Lingelbach batted .300 and had a .990 fielding percentage in his final season with UCF. He also shined away from the diamond as he ranks fifth all-time with 161 steals for the basketball team.

A Look Back

Junior high schools and Tinker Field helped get UCF’s baseball program off the ground the first few years of existence beginning with the club team in 1970, but the Knights finally had a home in 1979 with the construction of the UCF Baseball Complex.

The facility was located south of the Wayne Densch Sports Center, and featured a press box that nestled itself atop the first-base dugout, a few sets of bleachers and a couple of uncovered batting cages.

Chad Mottola - 1990-92 One of UCF’s most productive players during the 1990s, Chad Mottola represented UCF as a D-I All-American in 1992 and still ranks in the top 10 in numerous career statistical categories. The ‘92 season alone saw Mottola bang out 14 homers and seven triples en route to becoming the first Knight to be drafted in the MLB First Round.

UCF remained at the complex through the 1998 season. During that time, it witnessed the Knights reach the 1979 NCAA Division II South Regional and UCF make the transition to D-I in 1985. When the 1990s brought many successful campaigns, UCF decided that a bigger stadium was needed. The Knights played their 1999 and 2000 schedules at Tinker Field in Orlando before opening Jay Bergman Field in 2001.

National Rankings UCF has been ranked as high as No. 7 in the country when it achieved that mark in the Baseball America poll on May 21, 2001. Meanwhile, here’s a breakdown of the Knights’ highest ranking each season they were in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll. 1989 - #25 Final 1995 - #21 Final 2000 - #23 Three Times 2001 - #12 Twice 2002 - #19 Feb. 11

2003 - #25 Feb. 3 2004 - #19 Twice 2005 - #18 March 28 2008 - #16 March 17 2011 - #23 March 28

The Knights have not only played the best teams in the country on a routine basis, they also continue to pile up wins vs. nationally-ranked programs. Here’s a look at some of the most memorable victories beginning with the 1999 campaign. 5/2/99 - 5-4 - #8 Florida Atlantic 5/20/99 - 7-4 - vs. #8 Florida Atlantic 1/29/00 - 5-4 - vs. #21 Wake Forest 1/30/00 - 5-0 - vs. #24 Clemson 2/25/00 - 8-5 - at #5 Alabama 3/3/00 - 14-13 - at #11 LSU 5/27/00 - 9-8 - at #7 Florida State 2/23-25/01 - Home Sweep of #11 Alabama 5/5-6/01 - Road Sweep of #8 Stetson 5/26/01 - 8-6 - at #13 South Carolina 2/15/04 - 6-5 - #2 LSU 5/8/04 - 7-4 - at #13 Clemson 5/9/04 - 3-2 - at #13 Clemson 6/4/04 - 7-3 - vs. #24 Oklahoma St. 6/5/04 - 12-9 - vs. #24 Oklahoma St. 6/6/04 - 7-5 - at #16 Florida State 2/19/05 - 2-1 - #20 Notre Dame 2/11/07 - 8-6 - #15 TCU 4/10/07 - 6-2 - at #17 Florida 2/25/08 - 10-9 - #5 Missouri 4/25/08 - 4-2 - #4 Rice 5/8/09 - 5-0 - at #2 Rice 3/23/10 - 6-3 - at #12 Miami 2/27/11 - 12-4 - vs. #29 Alabama 3/25/11 - 7-2 - at #23 Rice 3/27/11 - 5-4 - at #23 Rice 3/29-11 - 8-2 - #20 Stetson 4/5/11 - 4-3 - at #4 Florida 4/20/11 - 8-6 - #5 Florida 5/7/11 - 14-10 - at #6 Florida State 5/17/11 - 7-6 - at #21 Stetson

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UCF Record Book Longest Win Streaks

1. 29......March 8-April 21, 1995 2. 28......March 2-29, 1986 3. 22......March 7-April 11, 1990 4. 14......Feb. 23-March 18, 2001 5. 13......Feb. 28-March 21, 1998 Note: The 1981 team had an undefeated streak of 14 games (12-0-2) from March 7-24.

Largest Victories 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

26......Florida Memorial (27-1).............. 4/14/79 24......Colby (25-1)................................... 3/22/86 23......Bethune-Cookman (24-1)............ 2/29/88 22......Cleveland State (24-2).................. 2/28/91 22......SIU-Edwardsville (26-4).............. 3/24/86 21......Monmouth (23-2)........................... 3/3/06 21......Western Carolina (21-0).............. 3/12/00 21......Brown (21-0)................................... 4/1/81 20......at UAB (29-9)................................ 4/24/09 20......Lehigh (23-3)................................. 3/22/00 20......Siena (22-2).................................... 3/13/99 20......Bethune-Cookman (20-0)............ 2/13/93 20......Grace (20-0)..................................... 4/3/85

Largest Conference Victories 1. 2. 4. 8. 9. 10.

20......at UAB (29-9)................................ 4/24/09 19......Campbell (20-1).............................. 4/5/02 19......Samford (19-0).............................. 3/11/00 17......at Marshall (18-1)......................... 3/31/06 17......Troy (18-1, A-Sun Tournament).5/16/01 17......at Stetson (17-0)............................ 4/18/99 17......at Stetson (20-3)............................ 4/16/99 16......Mercer (18-2)................................... 5/4/00 14......Campbell (16-2)............................ 4/10/99 13......East Carolina (14-1)...................... 5/16/10

Largest Defeats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

25......at East Carolina (26-1)................. 3/20/09 24......Miami (27-3).................................... 3/9/78 23......at Miami (28-5)............................. 5/12/85 21......Stetson (23-2)................................ 4/10/93 18......Southern Miss Game 2 (19-1)..... 3/28/09 18......Georgia (23-5)............................... 2/20/88 17......at Houston (20-3).......................... 3/28/10 17......Miami (19-2).................................... 3/9/10 17......at South Alabama (20-3).............. 4/11/92 17......Miami (19-2).................................... 4/7/73

Largest Conference Defeats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10.

25......at East Carolina (26-1)................. 3/20/09 21......Stetson (23-2)................................ 4/10/93 18......Southern Miss Game 2 (19-1)..... 3/28/09 17......at Houston (20-3).......................... 3/28/10 16......Southern Miss Game 1 (26-10)... 3/28/09 16......Memphis (20-4)............................ 5/12/06 16......at Stetson (16-0).............................. 5/3/97 15......Tulane (20-5)................................. 4/11/09 15......Southern Miss (18-3).................... 5/20/06 12......at Florida International (13-1)...... 4/6/96

L o n g e s t G a m e s (I n n i n g s ) 1. 2. 3. 4.

17......Rollins............................................ 4/29/82 16......Monmouth...................................... 3/9/08 15......College of Charleston.................. 3/18/95 14......Twice

A l l -T i m e R e c o rd I n ...

(Division I Era) 1-run games.......................................................222-171 2-run games.........................................................103-79 5+ run games.....................................................476-224 Extra-inning games............................................62-38-1

Consecutive Times On Base

1. 18......Shane Brown........................................ 2009 2. 17......Odie Koehnke...................................... 1985 (Includes every form of reaching base)

Longest Hitting Streaks

(since 1995) 1. 26......Mike Myers..................... 4/3/01-5/19/01 26......Beau Taylor................... 4/13/10-2/25/11 3. 22......Shane Brown..................... 3/4/09-4/7/09 4. 20......Chris Duffy..................... 3/5/10-3/28/10 20......Colin Arnold................. 3/17/09-4/15/09 6. 19......Clay Timpner................ 2/13/04-3/17/04 19......Ryan Bear........................ 3/1/03-3/29/03 19......Adam Johnson.............. 4/30/94-2/26/95 9. 17......Kiko Vazquez............... 4/20/07-5/18/07

Scoreless Innings Streak

38.1 Justin Pope.............................. 2/23/01-3/30/01

N o -H i t t e r s

Pete MacLaughlan vs. Columbia.....................4/1973 Mitch Houck (7.0 IP) and Austin Hudson (2.0 IP) vs. Wagner.................................................. 3/17/08

Hit For The Cycle

Matt Horwath vs. Tulane............................... 4/27/07

M o s t H i t s I n ...

1st Inning 10 vs. Hartford (3/14/10) 2nd Inning 8 vs. Florida Atlantic (3/29/96) 3rd Inning 11 vs. Ill.-Chicago (3/15/98) 4th Inning 9 vs. Campbell (3/11/05) 5th Inning 7 vs. Western Illinois (3/8/01) 7 vs. Troy (5/16/01) 6th Inning 7 vs. Lehigh (3/22/00) 7th Inning 8 vs. Bethune-Cookman (6/4/11) 8th Inning 11 vs. Siena (3/7/97) 9th Inning 5 - Four times 10th Inning 6 vs. UAB (5/14/11)

M o s t R u n s S c o r e d I n ... (excluding 1985 & 1988) 1st Inning 11 vs. Hartford (3/14/10) 2nd Inning 10 vs Monmouth (3/3/06) 3rd Inning 14 vs. Ill.-Chicago (3/15/98) 4th Inning 13 vs. Saint Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (3/8/05) 5th Inning 11 vs. Siena (3/7/00) 6th Inning 10 at Georgia State (5/11/02) 10 vs. Lehigh (3/22/00) 7th Inning 9 vs. Georgia State (5/15/05) 8th Inning 11 at Stetson (5/8/07) 9th Inning 6 - Five times

UCF Record Book - Single Game

Ind. Batting...... #.....Player...................................................vs................................... Date At-Bats.............. 8......(2 times) last Eric Kallstrom.............Monmouth (16 inn.).3/9/08 Runs Scored..... 6......D.J. Hicks.............................................UAB.........................4/24/09 Hits.................... 6......Eric Riggs ...........................................Stetson.....................4/10/98 Doubles............. 4......(3 times) last Shane Brown...............Tulane.....................5/21/10 Triples............... 3......Wayne Gardner..................................Fla. Memorial.........4/14/79 Home Runs...... 3......(3 times) last Chad Ehrnsberger......Samford....................4/6/01 RBI..................... 8......(2 times) last George Cox..................Charl. Southern.....2/26/02 Total Bases....... 13.....Chad Ehrnsberger..............................Samford....................4/6/01 Walks................ 5......Vince Zawaski....................................SIU-Edwardsville...3/29/86 Strikeouts.......... 4......(15 times) last Stephen Branca.........North Florida...........3/3/10 Stolen Bases...... 6......(2 times) last Tony Marilla................West Virginia.........3/18/93 Hit By Pitch...... 3......Kiko Vazquez.....................................Wagner...................3/11/06 Sacrifice Hits.... 2......(26 times) last Eric Kallstrom...........Tulane.....................5/21/09 Grand Slams..... 1......(25 times) last Chris Duffy................Tulane.....................5/22/10 Ind. Pitching.... #.....Player...................................................vs................................... Date Innings............ 17.0...Tommy Foy.........................................Rollins.....................4/29/82 Hits................... 13.....(7 times) last Owen Dew...................East Carolina..........5/15/10 Runs................. 11.....(4 times) last Austin Hudson...........East Carolina..........3/20/09 Earned Runs..... 9......(2 times) last Jules Van Lunduyt......Stetson.....................4/10/93 Walks................ 8......Ben Lively...........................................Rice..........................3/25/11 Strikeouts......... 18.....(3 times) last Jay Scott........................Bradley....................3/15/88 Wild Pitches..... 6......Caleb Graham.....................................LSU............................3/1/09 Hit By Pitch...... 6......Mitch Houck.......................................Missouri..................2/25/08 Pickoffs............. 5......Tim Riegert.........................................Rider........................2/24/96 Balks.................. 2......(5 times) last Kyle Sweat...................UAB (10 inn.)...........5/9/08 Ind. Fielding.... #.....Player...................................................vs................................... Date Putouts............. 19.....Shane Brown.......................................Monmouth (16 inn.).3/9/08 Assists.............. 11.....Carlos Morales....................................B-Cookman............2/29/88 Errors................ 4......Jim Horvath........................................Glassboro State........ 4/1974

Team Batting.......#.........Opponent..................................................................Date At-Bats................. 56........(2 times) last Monmouth (16 inn.).....................3/9/08 Runs Scored........ 29........UAB......................................................................4/24/09 .............................. 29........Armstrong State.................................................4/30/87 Hits....................... 28........Hartford...............................................................3/14/10 .............................. 28........UAB......................................................................4/24/09 Doubles................ 10........Monmouth............................................................3/3/06 Triples................... 5.........(3 times) last Florida Memorial (8 inn.)..........4/14/79 Home Runs.......... 7.........(2 times) last at Troy............................................5/6/05 RBI........................ 26........UAB......................................................................4/24/09 .............................. 26........Florida Memorial (8 inn.)..................................4/14/79 Total Bases........... 58........Florida Memorial (8 inn.)..................................4/14/79 Walks................... 16........(2 times) last Bethune-Cookman......................4/13/05 Strikeouts............. 15........(4 times) last Miami...........................................3/22/11 Stolen Bases......... 13........Colby....................................................................3/29/88 Hit By Pitch.......... 6.........Siena.....................................................................2/28/10 ............................... 6.........Wagner................................................................3/11/06 Sacrifice Hits........ 5.........(2 times) last Eckerd...........................................4/12/84 Grand Slams......... 1.........(25 times) last Tulane.........................................5/22/10 Average...............605......Grace (23-for-38)...................................................4/3/85 Team Pitching.....#.........Opponent..................................................................Date Innings................17.0......Rollins..................................................................4/29/82 Hits....................... 28........Miami (Fla.).........................................................5/12/85 Runs..................... 28........Miami (Fla.).........................................................5/12/85 Earned Runs........ 28........Miami (Fla.).........................................................5/12/85 Walks................... 20........Miami (Fla.)...........................................................3/9/78 Strikeouts............. 18........(6 times) last Wagner.........................................3/17/08 Wild Pitches......... 7.........LSU.........................................................................3/1/09 ............................... 7.........Maryland.............................................................2/16/07 Pickoffs................. 5.........Rider.....................................................................2/24/96

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UCF Record Book - Season Hitting Batting Average (M i n . 1 0 0 A B )

1. Chris Duffy (2010)................ .447 2. Tim Foskett (1983)................ .444 3. Tim Barker (1985)................. .438 4. Shane Brown (2010).............. .428 5. David Mann (2002)............... .410 6. Jeremy Kurella (2001)........... .401 7. Jose Soto (1987)..................... .400 8. Dee Brown (2002).................. .397 9. Joe Dawson (1984)................ .397 10. Eric Riggs (1998)................... .394

Games

1. Tim Barker (1985).................... 85 2. Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 83 Scott McHugh (1985)............... 83 4. Vince Zawaski (1985).............. 82 5. Mark Maloney (1985).............. 78 6. Wayne Schulz (1985)............... 76 7. Todd Reese (1985).................... 72 8. David Cable (1985).................. 69 9. Odie Koehnke (1985)............... 67 10. Several players with................ 65

A t -B a t s 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tim Barker (1985).................. 324 Scott McHugh (1985)............. 308 Vince Cangelosi (1985).......... 306 Vince Zawaski (1985)............ 270 Eric Riggs (1997).................... 266 Clay Timpner (2004).............. 259 Mark Maloney (1985)............ 249 Adam Johnson (1996)............ 248 Jeremy Kurella (2001)............ 247 Erik Johnson (1998)................ 247

Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tim Barker (1985).................... 92 Vince Cangelosi (1985) . ......... 88 Mike Myers (2001)................... 70 Clay Timpner (2004)................ 69 Scott McHugh (1985)............... 69 Vince Zawaski (1986).............. 68 Mark Maloney (1985).............. 66 Eric Riggs (1998)...................... 64 Jeremy Kurella (2001).............. 63 Jeremy Kurella (2001).............. 63 Jose Soto (1987)........................ 63

Hits

1. Tim Barker (1985).................. 142 2. Vince Cangelosi (1985).......... 103 3. Jeremy Kurella (2001).............. 99 4. Clay Timpner (2004)................ 96 Eric Riggs (1997)...................... 96 6. Jose Soto (1987)........................ 94 7. Chris Duffy (2010)................... 92 Tim Foskett (1983)................... 92 9. Shane Brown (2010)................. 89 10. Scott McHugh (1985)............... 88

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Doubles

S l u g g i n g P e rc e n t a g e

Triples

Walks

1. 2. 4. 6. 8. 1. 2. 3. 8.

Dustin Brisson (2000).............. 27 Mike Fox (2001)........................ 26 Eric Riggs (1998)...................... 26 Shane Brown (2010)................. 25 Adam Johnson (1996).............. 25 Ernest Martinez (1991)............ 23 Steve McClellan (1990)............ 23 Matt Bowser (1999).................. 21 Adam Johnson (1995).............. 21 Todd Reese (1985).................... 21 Ty Lynch (1991)........................ 11 Tim Foskett (1983)................... 10 Alex Morales (1995)................... 8 Alex Morales (1993)................... 8 Eric Martinez (1991).................. 8 Tim Barker (1985)...................... 8 Vince Cangelosi (1985).............. 8 Chad Mottola (1992).................. 7 Steve McClellan (1990).............. 7 Mark Maloney (1986)................ 7

Home Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Chris Duffy (2010)................... 21 Jonathan Griffin (2011)............ 19 Dee Brown (2005)..................... 18 Dustin Brisson (1999).............. 17 Chad Ehrnsberger (2001)........ 16 John-Michael Howell (2005)... 15 Gregg Pacitti (1997)................. 15 D.J. Hicks (2011)....................... 14 Brandon Romans (2009).......... 14 Chad Mottola (1992)................ 14 Bobby Kiser (1988)................... 14 Vince Zawaski (1987).............. 14 Jose Soto (1987)........................ 14

R B I

1. Chris Duffy (2010)................... 81 2. Dustin Brisson (1999).............. 76 3. Chad Ehrnsberger (2001)........ 72 Jose Soto (1987)........................ 72 5. Dee Brown (2005)..................... 71 Gregg Pacitti (1997)................. 71 7. Mark Maloney (1985).............. 70 8. Dee Brown (2004)..................... 68 9. Scott McHugh (1986)............... 68 10. Eric Riggs (1998)...................... 67

Total Bases

1. Tim Barker (1985).................. 190 2. Chris Duffy (2010)................. 175 3. Jonathan Griffin (2011).......... 166 4. Jose Soto (1987)...................... 158 5. Dustin Brisson (1999)............ 154 Eric Riggs (1998).................... 154 7. Vince Zawaski (1987)............ 148 8. Bobby Kiser (1988)................. 147 9. Clay Timpner (2004).............. 146 10. John-Michael Howell (2005).145

1. Chris Duffy (2010)................ .850 2. Dustin Brisson (1999)........... .748 3. Matt Bowser (1999)............... .708 4. Eric Riggs (1996)................... .697 5. Shane Brown (2010).............. .692 6. Vince Zawaski (1987)........... .688 7. Jose Soto (1987)..................... .685 8. Jonathan Griffin (2011)......... .661 9. Tim Foskett (1983)................ .657 10. John-Michael Howell (2005)..647 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Glen Richard (1991)................. 74 Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 72 Wayne Schulz (1985)............... 63 Brett Barker (1991)................... 60 Vince Zawaski (1986).............. 58 Vince Zawaski (1985).............. 56 Mike Josephina (1991)............. 55 Mark Batia (1999)..................... 51 Odie Koehnke (1987)............... 50 Jose Soto (1986)........................ 50

Hit

by

Pitch

1. Shane Brown (2010)................. 22 2. Kiko Vazquez (2009)............... 21 3. Ronnie Richardson.................. 19 4. Ryan Bono (2005)..................... 18 5. Dee Brown (2005)..................... 17 6. Shane Brown (2009)................. 16 Ryan Bono (2004)..................... 16 Rich Wallace (2002)................. 16 Rich Wallace (2000)................. 16 10. Austin Johnston (2010)............ 15 Nathan Kragt (2003)................ 15

Strikeouts

1. Jonathan Griffin (2011)............ 55 Vince Zawaski (1985).............. 55 3. Chris Duffy (2008)................... 54 4. Dave DiNatale (2006).............. 52 5. Jonathan Griffin (2010)............ 51 Chad Sheffer (1995)................. 51 Brett Barker (1991)................... 51 8. Matt Bowser (1998).................. 50 Rich Lawrence (1993).............. 50 10. D.J. Hicks (2011)....................... 49

O n -B a s e P e rc e n t a g e

1. Mark Batia (1999).................. .558 2. Tim Foskett (1983)................ .542 3. Shane Brown (2010).............. .541 4. Chris Duffy (2010)................ .539 5. David Mann (2002)............... .538 6. Rich Wallace (2000).............. .529 7. Tim Boeth (1999)................... .507 8. Matt Bowser (1999)............... .504 Vince Zawaski (1987)........... .504 10. Brian Riggin (1986)............... .497

S a cr i f i c e F l i e s

1. Dee Brown (2004)..................... 11 Mark Maloney (1985).............. 11 3. Dee Brown (2003)....................... 8 Gregg Pacitti (1997)................... 8 5. D.J. Hicks (2011)......................... 7 Shane Brown (2008)................... 7 Chad Ehrnsberger (2001).......... 7 Scott Loubier (1994)................... 7 Tim Barker (1985)...................... 7 10. Jonathan Griffin (2011).............. 6 Kiko Vazquez (2007)................. 6 Will Croud (1998)...................... 6 Eric Riggs (1998)........................ 6 Butch Vinson (1984).................. 6

S a cr i f i c e H i t s 1. 2. 4. 6. 7.

Rookie Gage (1995).................. 21 Nathan Kragt (2003)................ 13 Odie Koehnke (1985)............... 13 Austin Johnston (2010)............ 12 Tony Marillia (1995)................ 12 Dwayne Bailey (2007).............. 11 Eric Kallstrom (2009)............... 10 Drew Butera (2004).................. 10 Jim Hawkins (1981)................. 10 Ramon Lopez (1977)................ 10

Stolen Bases

1. Tim Barker (1985).................. 104 2. Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 68 3. Tim Boeth (1999)...................... 45 4. Clay Timpner (2004)................ 43 5. Tim Barker (1984).................... 40 6. Bill Halprin (1981)................... 39 7. Tim Foskett (1981)................... 36 8. Matt Ray (2005)........................ 32 9. Jose Soto (1986)........................ 31 10. Reggie Arrington (1981)......... 30

Caught Stealing

1. Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 16 2. Mike Josephina (1991)............. 13 3. Mike Josephina (1990)............. 10 4. Tim Boeth (1999)........................ 9 Brett Barker (1991)..................... 9 Tim Foskett (1981)..................... 9 7. Matt Ray (2006).......................... 8 Eric Golden (1993)..................... 8 Tim Barker (1985)...................... 8 10. Tyson Auer (2007)..................... 7 Alex Morales (1994)................... 7 Tim Foskett (1980)..................... 7

SB P e rc e n t a g e (M i n . 20 ATT)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Hal Staats (1978).............1.000 (20-20) Chad Sheffer (1995)......... .963 (26-27) Dwayne Bailey (2007).... .950 (19-20) Mike Myers (2002).......... .929 (26-28) Tim Barker (1985).........929 (104-112) Clay Timpner (2003)....... .917 (22-24) Dwayne Bailey (2008).... .913 (21-23) Matt Ray (2004)................ .913 (21-23) Tim Foskett (1983)........... .909 (20-22) Mark Deglomine (1981)..909 (20-22)

UCF Record Book - Season Pitching ERA ( M i n . 3 0 . 0 IP)

1. Kyle Bono (2003), 32.2 IP..............0.83 2. Justin Weiss (2007), 32.2 IP..........1.38 3. Justin Pope (2001), 123.1 IP..........1.68 4. Jon Henry (1990), 64.2 IP..............1.81 Von Stertzbach (2002), 64.2 IP....1.81 6. Karl Hodges (1979), 68.0 IP.........1.85 7. Matt Fox (2004), 111.2 IP...............1.85 8. Mike Maroth (1996), 33.1 IP........1.89 9. Kyle Bono (2004), 97.1 IP..............1.94 10. Jason Arnold (2001), 118.2 IP......1.97

Wins 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

Justin Pope (2001).................... 15 Matt Fox (2004)........................ 14 Jason Arnold (2001)................. 14 Casey Kennedy (2000)............. 12 Tommy Novak (1986)............. 11 Tim Bascom (2005)................... 10 Bo Hall (2002)........................... 10 Justin Pope (2000).................... 10 Todd Bellhorn (1998)............... 10 Craig Cozart (1995).................. 10 Jimmy Still (1991)..................... 10 Brian Ahern (1989)................... 10

Losses 1. 2. 8.

Sam Swanger (1976)................ 10 Bryan Brown (2009)................... 8 Tim Reigert (1996)..................... 8 Mike Halperin (1994)................ 8 Mike Halperin (1993)................ 8 Brian Ahern (1987)..................... 8 John Flynn (1983)....................... 8 Jaager Good (2009).................... 7 Jimmy Still (1993)....................... 7 Joe Wagner (1992)...................... 7 Brandon Turner (1988).............. 7

Saves

1. Jason Arnold (1998)................. 12 2. Joe Rogers (2011)........................ 9 Justin Weiss (2007)..................... 9 4. Joe Rogers (2010)........................ 8 Dominic Petracca (2006)........... 8 Zach Sutton (2002)..................... 8 Jason Arnold (1999)................... 8 Jason Schlutt (1993)................... 8 Brian Huie (1991)....................... 8 10. Justin Weiss (2008)..................... 7 Jason Arnold (2000)................... 7 John Foran (1995)....................... 7 Brian Huie (1990)....................... 7

Appearances

1. Jason Schlutt (1993)................. 34 2. Brian Huie (1991)..................... 29 3. Nick Cicio (2011)...................... 28 Dominic Petracca (2005)......... 28 Jason Arnold (1998)................. 28 6. Cory Weech (2009)................... 27 Dominic Petracca (2006)......... 27 Jason Arnold (2000)................. 27 9. Zach Sutton (2002)................... 26 10. Joe Rogers (2011)...................... 25 D.J. Hicks (2009)....................... 25 Justin Weiss (2007)................... 25 Brian Huie (1990)..................... 25

Relief Appearances

1. Jason Schlutt (1993)................. 32 2. Brian Huie (1991)..................... 29 3. Dominic Petracca (2005)......... 28 Jason Arnold (1998)................. 28 5. Nick Cicio (2011)...................... 27 Cory Weech (2009)................... 27 Dominic Petracca (2006)......... 27 Jason Arnold (2000)................. 27 9. Zach Sutton (2002)................... 26 10. Joe Rogers (2011)...................... 25 Justin Weiss (2007)................... 25

Games Started 1. 2. 3.

Brian Ahern (1989)................... 19 David Rankin (2000)................ 18 Matt Fox (2004)........................ 17 Jason Arnold (2001)................. 17 Justin Pope (2001).................... 17 David Rankin (1999)................ 17 Craig Cozart (1995).................. 17 Joe Wagner (1993).................... 17 Brandon Turner (1990)............ 17 Brian Ahern (1987)................... 17

Complete Games 1. 2. 3. 7.

Brian Ahern (1989)................... 12 John Majeski (1978)................. 10 Joe Santiago (1984)..................... 9 Tommy Foy (1983)..................... 9 Joe Russell (1977)....................... 9 Sam Swanger (1976).................. 9 Casey Kennedy (2000)............... 7 Tommy Novak (1986)............... 7 Randy Hodges (1981)................ 7 John Majeski (1977)................... 7

Shutouts 1. 2. 7.

Kyle Bono (2004)........................ 5 Matt Fox (2004).......................... 3 Laurence Heisler (1990)............ 3 Brian Ahern (1989)..................... 3 Joe Russell (1977)....................... 3 Sam Swanger (1976).................. 3 Justin Pope (2001)...................... 2 Casey Kennedy (2000)............... 2 Brian Ahern (1988)..................... 2 Harry Johnson (1976)................ 2

Innings Pitched

1. Brian Ahern (1989).............. 142.2 2. Sam Swanger (1976) .......... 137.2 3. Justin Pope (2001)............... 123.1 4. Brandon Turner (1990)....... 122.0 5. Jason Arnold (2001)............ 118.2 6. Laurence Heisler (1991)..... 117.0 7. Tommy Novak (1985)........ 115.2 8. Tommy Novak (1986)........ 115.1 9. Jimmy Still (1991)................ 113.2 10. Tim Bascom (2005).............. 113.1

Hits Allowed

S t r i k e o u t s /N i n e I n n .

Runs Allowed

Home Runs Allowed

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Brandon Turner (1990).......... 135 David Goins (1989)................ 131 Tommy Novak (1985)........... 130 Brian Ahern (1989) ............... 125 Casey Kennedy (2000)........... 124 Laurence Heisler (1991)........ 124 Justin Pope (1999).................. 118 Justin Pope (2000).................. 117 Jimmy Still (1991)................... 116 Brian Ahearn (1987)............... 116

1. Brian Ahern (1987)................... 76 2. Troy Satterfield (1999)............. 73 3. Rich Polak (1987)..................... 72 4. John Flynn (1983)..................... 70 5. Justin Pope (1999).................... 69 Tommy Novak (1985)............. 69 Sam Swanger (1976)................ 69 8. Brad Busbin (2001)................... 67 9. David Goins (1989).................. 66 10. Russ Manion (1985)................. 64

Earned Runs Allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

John Flynn (1983)..................... 63 Brian Ahern (1987)................... 62 Tommy Novak (1985)............. 61 Brad Busbin (2001)................... 59 Justin Pope (1999).................... 58 Sam Swanger (1976)................ 57 Rich Polak (1987)..................... 54 Troy Satterfield (1999) . .......... 53 Lamar Chandler (1985)........... 51 Russ Manion (1985)................. 51

Walks Allowed

1. Sam Swanger (1976)................ 72 2. Paul Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amico (1978)............... 64 3. John Flynn (1978)..................... 60 4. Brian Ahern (1987)................... 59 5. John Groth (1984)..................... 57 6. Jeff Colton (1985)..................... 55 Timmy Novak (1985).............. 55 8. Brian Ahern (1989)................... 54 9. Todd Bellhorn (1997)............... 52 10. Pete Saxe (1979)........................ 51

Strikeouts

1. Justin Pope (2001).................. 158 2. Jason Arnold (2001)............... 150 3. Sam Swanger (1976).............. 129 4. Matt Fox (2004)...................... 125 Brian Ahern (1989)................. 125 6. Tim Bascom (2005)................. 113 7. Travis Held (1997)................. 110 8. Kyle Bono (2004).................... 107 9. Justin Pope (2000).................. 103 10. David Rankin (1999)................ 95 George Schmidt (1997)............ 95

1. Jason Arnold (2000)............ 15.73 2. Kyle Bono (2003)................. 11.85 3. Jason Arnold (1999)............ 11.77 4. Travis Held (1998).............. 11.76 5. Justin Pope (2001)............... 11.53 6. Mitch Houck (2008)............ 11.41 7. Jason Arnold (2001)............ 11.38 8. Von Stertzbach (2002)........ 11.13 9. Jason Schlutt (1992)............ 11.09 10. Von Stertzbach (2001)........ 10.80 1. 2. 5. 8.

Travis Held (1997)................... 13 Troy Satterfield (1999) . .......... 12 Matt Lubozynski (1997) ......... 12 Sam Swanger (1976)................ 12 Caleb Graham (2009)............... 10 David Rankin (1999)................ 10 Justin Pope (1999).................... 10 Tim Bascom (2005)..................... 9 Ray Rodriguez (2005)................ 9 Justin Pope (2000)...................... 9 Casey Kennedy (2000)............... 9

Wild Pitches 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Carmine Giardina (2008)........ 16 Derek Abriola (2007)............... 15 Laurence Heisler (1991).......... 13 Justin Pope (2001).................... 12 Danny Winkler (2011)............. 11 Carmine Giardina (2007)........ 11 Caleb Graham (2009)............... 10 Mitch Houck (2008)................. 10 Tim Bascom (2006)................... 10 Derek Abriola (2006)............... 10 Tim Bascom (2005)................... 10 Jason Arnold (2001)................. 10

Hit Batsmen 1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

Taylor Meier (2004)................. 19 Mitch Houck (2008)................. 15 Danny Winkler (2011)............. 14 Austin Hudson (2009)............. 14 Mitch Houck (2006)................. 13 Tim Bascom (2005)................... 13 Owen Dew (2010).................... 11 Tim Bascom (2006)................... 11 Derek Abriola (2006)............... 11 Darren Newlin (2005).............. 11 Justin Pope (1999).................... 11 Travis Held (1997)................... 11

Balks 1. 2. 4. 8.

Tim Riegert (1996)..................... 7 Matt Lubozynski (1997)............ 5 Brian Gomes (1995)................... 5 Kyle Sweat (2008)...................... 4 Burt Clark (2002)........................ 4 Justin Pope (2001)...................... 4 Matt Lubozynski (1998)............ 4 Evan Stobbs (2008)..................... 3 Brett Bordwine (2007)............... 3 Mitch Houck (2006)................... 3 Brian Ahern (1987)..................... 3

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UCF Record Book - Career Hitting Batting Average (M i n . 3 0 0 A B )

1. Tim Barker (1984-85)............ .389 2. Andy Johnson (1998-01)....... .387 3. Ernest Martinez (1990-91).... .372 4. Jose Soto (1986-87)................ .370 5. Tim Foskett (1980-83)........... .363 6. Shane Brown (2007-10)........ .363 7. Eric Riggs (1996-98).............. .362 8. Clay Timpner (2002-04)....... .360 9. Sam Nattile (1980-82)........... .352 10. Ty Lynch (1991-92)............... .347

Games

1. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 257 2. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 243 3. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 242 4. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 239 5. Odie Koehnke (1984-87)........ 233 6. Tony Marrillia (1992-95)....... 231 7. Ryan Bono (2003-06).............. 225 Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 225 9. Todd Bellhorn (1995-98)....... 219 10. Eric Kallstrom (2006-09)........ 214

A t -B a t s

1. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 896 2. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 878 3. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 866 4. Tony Marrillia (1992-95)....... 839 5. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 813 6. Tim Foskett (1980-83)............ 796 7. Eric Kallstrom (2006-09)........ 752 8. Tyson Auer (2005-08)............ 738 9. Ryan Bono (2003-06).............. 722 10. Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 707

Runs 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 236 Tim Foskett (1980-83)............ 196 Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 182 Mike Myers (2000-02)............ 182 Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 172 Odie Koehnke (1984-87)........ 164 Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 160 Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 155 Shane Brown (2007-10)......... 152 Clay Timpner (2002-04)........ 152

Hits

1. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 298 2. Tim Foskett (1980-83)............ 289 3. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 285 4. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 280 5. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 276 6. Tony Marrillia (1992-95)....... 254 7. Shane Brown (2007-10)......... 251 8. Clay Timpner (2002-04)........ 241 9. Chris Duffy (2007-10)............ 235 10. Tyson Auer (2005-08)............ 225

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Doubles

S l u g g i n g P e rc e n t a g e

S a cr i f i c e F l i e s

Triples

Walks

S a cr i f i c e H i t s

Home Runs

Hit By Pitch

Stolen Bases

R B I

Strikeouts

Caught Stealing

Total Bases

O n -B a s e P e rc e n t a g e

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 1. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Dustin Brisson (1997-00)......... 73 Shane Brown (2007-10)........... 63 Bobby Kiser (1987-90)............. 55 Vince Zawaski (1985-88)......... 54 Ryan Bono (2003-06)................ 52 Eric Riggs (1996-98)................. 49 Adam Johnson (1994-96)......... 49 Kiko Vazquez (2006-09).......... 47 Mike Myers (2000-02).............. 47 Tony Marrillia (1992-95)......... 47 Alex Morales (1993-95)........... 20 Chad Mottola (1990-92).......... 20 Vince Zawaski (1985-88)......... 20 Ty Lynch (1991-92).................. 18 Tim Foskett (1980-83).............. 17 Clay Timpner (2002-04).......... 14 Tim Barker (1984-85)............... 14 Kenneth Wright (1982-85)...... 13 Tyson Auer (2005-08).............. 12 Mark Maloney (1985-86)......... 12

1. Chris Duffy (2007-10).............. 43 Bobby Kiser (1987-90)............. 43 3. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)......... 41 4. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)......... 40 5. Matt Bowser (1998-00)............ 35 6. Jeremy Frost (1999-02)............. 32 7. Kiko Vazquez (2006-09).......... 29 8. Dee Brown (2002-05)............... 26 9. Shane Brown (2007-10)........... 25 10. Sam Nattile (1980-82).............. 24 1. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 229 2. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 221 3. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 213 4. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 200 5. Chris Duffy (2007-10)............ 182 6. Matt Bowser (1998-00).......... 160 7. Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 157 8. Shane Brown (2007-10)......... 148 Chad Mottola (1990-92)........ 148 10. Adam Johnson (1994-96)....... 145 1. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 499 2. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 486 3. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 474 4. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 444 5. Chris Duffy (2007-10)............ 416 6. Shane Brown (2007-10)......... 391 7. Tim Foskett (1980-83)............ 381 8. Chad Mottola (1990-92)........ 370 9. Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 362 10. Clay Timpner (2002-04)........ 347

1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jonathan Griffin (2010-11)... .607 Ernest Martinez (1990-91).... .603 Dustin Brisson (1997-00)...... .598 Matt Bowser (1998-00)......... .591 Chris Duffy (2007-10)........... .585 Eric Riggs (1996-98).............. .573 Sam Nattile (1980-82)........... .569 Vince Zawaski (1985-88)...... .568 Shane Brown (2007-10)........ .565 Jose Soto (1986-87) ............... .558

1. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 195 2. Odie Koehnke (1984-87)........ 171 3. Mike Josephina (1989-91)...... 128 Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 128 5. Tim Foskett (1980-83)............ 127 6. Jim Hawkins (1980-83).......... 121 7. David Mann (2002-04)........... 111 8. Todd Bellhorn (1995-98)....... 108 9. Matt Bowser (1998-00).......... 106 10. Mike Myers (2000-02)............ 103 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Shane Brown (2007-10)........... 55 Ryan Bono (2003-06)................ 50 Kiko Vazquez (2006-09).......... 48 Rich Wallace (2000-03)............ 46 Dee Brown (2002-05)............... 45 Mike Myers (2000-02).............. 28 Chris Duffy (2007-10).............. 22 Matt Horwath (2005-07).......... 22 Matt Bowser (1998-00)............ 21 Brett Barker (1991-92).............. 21

1. Chris Duffy (2007-10)............ 179 1. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)....... 175 2. Bobby Kiser (1987-90)........... 163 3. Dustin Brisson (1997-00)....... 152 5. Dee Brown (2002-05)............. 139 6. Jim Crone (1987-90)............... 137 7. Jeremy Frost (1999-02)........... 135 8. Tyson Auer (2005-08)............ 132 9. Matt Bowser (1998-00).......... 129 10. Frank Fucile (1993-94, 96-97)....124 1. Jose Soto (1986-87)................ .478 2. David Mann (2002-04).......... .475 3. Shane Brown (2007-10)........ .464 4. Ernest Martinez (1990-91).... .462 5. Vince Cangelosi (1985)......... .459 6. Vince Zawaski (1985-88)...... .453 7. Tim Foskett (1980-83)........... .450 8. Tim Boeth (1998-99).............. .449 9. Bobby Miller (1986-87)......... .449 10. Will Croud (1997-98)............ .446

1. Dee Brown (2002-05)............... 27 2. Scott Loubier (1993-96)........... 15 3. Shane Brown (2007-10)........... 14 4. Kiko Vazquez (2006-09).......... 12 5. Mark Maloney (1985-86)......... 11 Drew Butera (2003-05)............ 10 Dustin Brisson (1997-00)......... 10 Eric Riggs (1996-98)................. 10 Wayne Schulz (1984-85).......... 10 10. Nine with.................................... 9 1. Odie Koehnke (1984-87).......... 26 2. Tim Foskett (1980-83).............. 25 3. Eric Kallstrom (2006-09).......... 24 4. Drew Butera (2003-05)............ 22 Rookie Gage (1994-95)............ 22 Tony Marrillia (1992-95)......... 22 7. Dwayne Bailey (2007-08)........ 18 Vince Zawaski (1985-88)......... 18 9. Tyson Auer (2005-08).............. 17 10. Four with.................................. 15 1. Tim Barker (1984-85)............. 144 2. Tim Foskett (1980-83).............. 92 3. Tyson Auer (2005-08).............. 80 4. Matt Ray (2004-06)................... 76 Clay Timpner (2002-04).......... 76 6. Tim Boeth (1998-99)................. 70 7. Mike Myers (2000-02).............. 69 8. Tony Marrillia (1992-95)......... 68 Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 68 10. Alex Morales (1993-95)........... 66 1. 2. 5. 9.

Mike Josephina (1989-91)........ 29 Alex Morales (1993-95)........... 20 Tony Marrillia (1992-95)......... 20 Tim Foskett (1980-83).............. 20 Tyson Auer (2005-08).............. 16 Matt Ray (2004-06)................... 16 Vince Cangelosi (1985)............ 16 Odie Koehnke (1984-87).......... 16 Clay Timpner (2002-04).......... 15 Jeremy Frost (1999-02)............. 15 Tim Boeth (1998-99)................. 15 Brett Barker (1991-92).............. 15

SB P e rc e n t a g e (M i n . 40 ATT)

1. Dwayne Bailey (2007-08)..... .930 2. Hal Staats (1977-79).............. .927 3. Tim Barker (1984-85)............ .917 4. Bill Halpin (1979-81)............. .889 5. Mike Myers (2000-02)........... .885 6. Mark Deglomine (1980-83).. .837 Will Croud (1997-98)............ .837 8. Clay Timpner (2002-04)....... .835 9. Tyson Auer (2005-08)........... .833 10. Matt Ray (2004-06)................ .826

UCF Record Book - Career Pitching ERA ( M i n . 1 0 0 . 0 IP )

Relief Appearances

Hits Allowed

S t r i k e o u t s /N i n e I n n .

Wins

Games Started

Runs Allowed

Home Runs Allowed

Losses

Complete Games

Earned Runs Allowed

1. Kyle Bono (2003-04).............. 1.66 2. Jason Arnold (1998-01)......... 2.38 3. Brian Huie (1990-92)............. 2.41 4. Tim Bascom (2004-06).......... 3.10 5. Brian Scutero (1994-95)........ 3.12 6. John Majeski (1977-78)......... 3.16 7. Casey Kennedy (2000).......... 3.16 8. Tim Riegert (1993, 95-96)..... 3.18 9. Mike Halperin (1992-94)...... 3.21 10. Joe Russell (1976-77, 79-80).... 3.24 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Justin Pope (1999-01)............... 32 Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 30 Brandon Turner (1987-90)...... 27 Craig Cozart (1993-96)............ 24 Brian Ahern (1987-89)............. 24 Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)......... 22 Rich Polak (1986-89)................ 21 Tommy Foy (1980-83)............. 21 Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)..... 20 Tommy Novak (1985-86)........ 20 Brandon Turner (1987-90)...... 21 John Flynn (1978, 81-83).......... 21 Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 18 Mike Halperin (1992-94)......... 17 Brian Ahern (1987-89)............. 16 Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)......... 15 Jaager Good (2005-09)............. 14 Joe Wagner (1992-93)............... 13 Mitch Houck (2006-08)............ 12 Tommy Foy (1980-83)............. 12 William Jones (1979-82).......... 12

1. Brian Brooks (2004-07)............ 82 2. Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 79 3. Zach Sutton (1999-02).............. 78 4. Brian Huie (1990-92)................ 75 5. Justin Weiss (2006-09)............. 67 6. Derek Abriola (2004-07).......... 62 7. Von Stertzbach (2000-03)........ 59 8. Dominic Petracca (2005-06).... 55 9. Austin Hudson (2007-09)........ 50 10. Kevin Bass (1986-89)................ 48 1. Brandon Turner (1987-90)...... 50 2. Justin Pope (1999-01)............... 49 3. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 48 4. Brian Ahern (1987-89)............. 45 5. John Flynn (1978, 81-83).......... 43 6. Mike Halperin (1992-94)......... 42 7. Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)..... 40 Craig Cozart (1993-96)............ 40 Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)......... 40 10. Tommy Foy (1980-83)............. 39 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

Brian Ahern (1987-89)............. 22 Tommy Foy (1980-83)............. 20 John Majeski (1977-78)............ 17 John Flynn (1978, 81-83).......... 15 Brandon Turner (1987-90)...... 13 Tommy Novak (1985-86)........ 13 Joe Santiago (1984-85)............. 12 Joe Russell (1976-77, 79-80)..... 12 Rich Polak (1986-89)................ 11 Karl Hodges (1979-82)............. 11

Shutouts

1. Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 27 2. Justin Weiss (2006-09)............. 21 Brian Huie (1990-92)................ 21 4. Joe Rogers (2010-11)................ 17 5. Zach Sutton (1999-02).............. 14 6. Dominic Petracca (2005-06).... 12 7. Jason Schlutt (1992-93).............. 9 John Foran (1994-95).................. 8 9. Rich Polak (1986-89).................. 7 10. Brian Brooks (2004-07).............. 6 Jeff Johnson (1987-88)................ 6

1. 3. 8.

Appearances

Innings Pitched

Saves

1. Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 98 2. Brian Brooks (2004-07)............ 87 3. Von Stertzbach (2000-03)........ 80 4. Zach Sutton (1999-02).............. 78 5. Brian Huie (1990-92)................ 76 6. Brandon Turner (1987-90)...... 72 7. Justin Weiss (2006-09)............. 67 8. Craig Cozart (1993-96)............ 65 9. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 64 10. Derek Abriola (2004-07).......... 63

Kyle Bono (2003-04)................... 5 Brian Ahern (1987-89)............... 5 Matt Fox (2002-04)..................... 3 Justin Pope (1999-01)................. 3 Laurence Heisler (1990-91)....... 3 Joe Russell (1976-77, 79-80)....... 3 Sam Swanger (1976).................. 3 Tim Bascom (2004-06)............... 2 Casey Kennedy (2000)............... 2 David Goins (1988-89)............... 2 Joe Santiago (1984-85)............... 2 Harry Johnson (1976)................ 2

1. Brandon Turner (1987-90)....386.0 2. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........ 324.0 3. Tommy Foy (1980-83)........ 320.2 4. John Flynn (1978, 81-83)..... 319.2 5. Justin Pope (1999-01).......... 310.0 6. Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93).... 292.1 7. Kyle Sweat (2006-09).......... 283.0 8. Mike Halperin (1992-94).... 277.1 9. Rich Polak (1986-89)........... 267.1 10. Craig Cozart (1993-96)....... 261.0

1. Brandon Turner (1987-90).... 414 2. John Flynn (1978, 81-83)........ 373 3. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............. 345 Tommy Foy (1980-83)........... 345 5. Justin Pope (1999-01)............. 332 6. Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)....... 327 7. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........... 307 8. Mike Halperin (1992-94)....... 290 9. Craig Cozart (1993-96).......... 287 10. Rich Polak (1986-89).............. 283 1. John Flynn (1978, 81-83)........ 217 2. Brandon Turner (1987-90).... 203 3. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............. 194 4. Tommy Foy (1980-83)........... 176 5. Anthony Laszaic (1988, 90-92).....175 6. Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)....... 172 7. Mike Halperin (1992-94)....... 165 8. Justin Pope (1999-01)............. 159 9. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........... 156 10. Rich Polak (1986-89).............. 148 1. John Flynn (1978, 81-83)........ 187 2. Brandon Turner (1987-90).... 160 3. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............. 158 4. Anthony Laszaic (1988, 90-92).....138 5. Justin Pope (1999-01)............. 132 6. Tommy Foy (1980-83)........... 126 7. Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)....... 121 8. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........... 118 9. Rich Polak (1986-89).............. 108 10. Craig Cozart (1993-96).......... 106 Tommy Novak (1985-86)...... 106

Walks Allowed

1. John Flynn (1978, 81-83)........ 157 2. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........... 129 3. William Jones (1979-82)........ 126 4. Brandon Turner (1987-90).... 116 5. John Groth (1984-85)............. 107 6. Mike Halperin (1992-94)....... 106 7. Tommy Foy (1980-83)........... 102 8. Joe Russell (1976-80)................ 99 9. Rich Polak (1986-89)................ 98 10. Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 94

Strikeouts

1. Justin Pope (1999-01)............. 335 2. Jason Arnold (1998-01).......... 330 3. Brian Ahern (1987-89)........... 270 4. Brandon Turner (1987-90).... 258 5. Mike Halperin (1992-94)....... 248 6. Von Stertzbach (2000-03)...... 231 7. Tim Bascom (2004-06)........... 225 8. Craig Cozart (1993-96).......... 204 9. Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)....... 183 10. Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)... 182 David Rankin (1999-00)........ 182

1. Jason Arnold (1998-01)....... 11.90 2. Mitch Houck (2006-08)....... 10.46 3. Kyle Bono (2003-04)............ 10.38 4. Travis Held (1997-98)......... 10.24 5. Matt Fox (2002-04)................ 9.82 6. Brian Huie (1990-92)............. 9.80 7. Justin Pope (1999-01)............ 9.73 8. Jason Schlutt (1992-93)......... 9.71 9. Von Stertzbach (2000-03)..... 9.68 10. Tim Bascom (2004-06).......... 9.16 1. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 24 Justin Pope (1999-01)............... 24 3. Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)..... 19 4. Von Stertzbach (2000-03)........ 16 David Rankin (1999-00).......... 16 Troy Satterfield (1998-99)....... 16 Todd Bellhorn (1995-98)......... 16 8. Taylor Cobb (2002-06)............. 15 Travis Held (1997-98).............. 15 10. Mike Maroth (1996-98)............ 14 Craig Cozart (1993-96)............ 14 Jimmy Still (1989, 91-93)......... 14

Wild Pitches

1. Derek Abriolia (2004-07)......... 29 2. Carmine Giardina (2007-08)... 27 3. Mitch Houck (2006-08)............ 24 Justin Pope (1999-01)............... 24 Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 24 6. Austin Hudson (2007-09)........ 19 Jaager Good (2005-09)............. 19 Zach Sutton (1999-02).............. 19 Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)..... 19 10. Four with.................................. 18

Hit Batsmen

1. Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 29 2. Mitch Houck (2006-08)............ 28 Tim Bascom (2004-06)............. 28 4. Brian Brooks (2004-07)............ 27 5. Justin Pope (1999-01)............... 25 6. Jay Veniard (1993-95).............. 23 7. Derek Abriola (2004-07).......... 22 8. Taylor Meier (2004-07)............ 21 Jason Arnold (1998-01)............ 21 10. Craig Cozart (1993-96)............ 20 Joe Wagner (1992-93)............... 20

Balks 1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

Kyle Sweat (2006-09)............... 11 Matt Lubozynski (1995-98)..... 11 Tim Riegert (1993, 95-96).......... 8 Brian Gomes (1994-97).............. 7 Mitch Houck (2006-08).............. 6 Brett Bordwine (2004-07).......... 6 Burt Clark (2001-04).................. 5 Justin Pope (1999-01)................. 5 Five with..................................... 4

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Taking the Next Step - MLB Draft 2011

Beau Taylor, C Danny Winkler, P Jonathan Griffin, IF Chris Matulis, P Ronnie Richardson, OF Chase Bradford, P Derek Luciano, IF Nick Cicio, P

Oakland Colorado Arizona St. Louis Chicago Cubs New York Mets Arizona Minnesota

5th Round 20th Round 21st Round 29th Round 31st Round 35th Round 44th Round Free Agent

Owen Dew, P Shane Brown, OF Chris Duffy, OF

Cleveland New York Yankees Philadelphia

21st Round 23rd Round 26th Round

Austin Hudson, P Chadd Hartman, OF Shane Brown, IF

Seattle San Diego New York Yankees

27th Round 43rd Round 47th Round

Mitch Herold, P Mitch Houck, P Robert Lara, C Dwayne Bailey, IF Tyson Auer, OF

Boston New York Mets San Diego Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels

16th Round 17th Round 19th Round 21st Round Free Agent

Tim Bascom, P

San Diego

Mike Billek, P Drew Butera, C John-Michael Howell, IF/OF Dee Brown, OF Darren Newlin, P Marshall Bernhard, IF Taylor Cobb, P

Chicago Cubs New York Mets Washington Washington Pittsburgh Toronto Tampa Bay

Matt Fox, P Clay Timpner, OF Kyle Bono, P Jaime Douglas, P 2003 Von Stertzbach, P Ryan Bear, OF David Torres, P Mark Michael, P

Minnesota San Francisco Boston Los Angeles Angels

First Round Fourth Round Eighth Round 26th Round

Los Angeles Angels Florida New York Mets Pittsburgh

Ninth Round 30th Round 47th Round Free Agent

Jeremy Frost, C Jason Graham, P Bo Hall, P George Cox, C Zach Sutton, P Brad Busbin, P Mike Myers, INF Clint Wells, P

Milwaukee Detroit Milwaukee Baltimore Baltimore Philadelphia Chicago White Sox Boston

10th Round 14th Round 19th Round 20th Round 22nd Round 27th Round Free Agent Free Agent

Justin Pope, P Jason Arnold, P Jeremy Kurella, SS Mike Fox, 3B Matt Meath, OF

St. Louis New York Yankees Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh

First Round Second Round 29th Round 50th Round Free Agent

Matt Bowser, 1B Dustin Brisson, 3B Casey Kennedy, P Dan Stillman, P

Oakland Boston Los Angeles Dodgers Anaheim

11th Round 15th Round 18th Round 47th Round

Brent Spooner, C Tim Boeth, 2B Troy Satterfield, P

St. Louis Los Angeles Angels Pittsburgh

12th Round 33rd Round 37th Round

2010

2009 2008

2006 2005

2004

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

Kevin Gordon, P Mike Maroth, P Eric Riggs, SS Todd Bellhorn, P Esix Snead, OF Travis Held, P Erik Johnson, C Lester Victoria, P Will Croud, OF Matt Lubozynski, P

Colorado Boston Los Angeles Dodgers New York Mets St. Louis St. Louis Colorado Minnesota Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels

Gregg Pacitti, OF George Schmidt, P

Fargo Moorhead Fargo Moorhead

Free Agent Free Agent

Brad King, C Adam Johnson, OF Scott Loubier, C Tim Riegert, P

Chicago Cubs Atlanta Sioux Falls St. Louis

19th Round 50th Round Free Agent Free Agent

Jay Veniard, P Alex Morales, OF Brian Scutero, P John Foran, P Rich Lawrence, P Chad Sheffer, F Todd Tocco, IF Tony Marrillia, OF

Toronto San Francisco Los Angeles Angels Detroit Cincinnati Seattle Atlanta Saskatoon Riot

Mike Halperin, P Matt Amman, OF John Meskauskas, P

Toronto Pittsburgh Minnesota

10th Round Free Agent Free Agent

Joe Wagner, P Jason Schlutt, P

Milwaukee San Diego

First Round Sixth Round

Chad Mottola, OF Gregg Castaldo, IF Ty Lynch, IF

Cincinnati Baltimore Chicago White Sox

First Round 15th Round 24th Round

Laurence Heisler, P Eric Martinez, OF Ernest Martinez, IF

Philadelphia Houston Houston

Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent

Jon Henry, P Brandon Turner, P

Minnesota Montreal

15th Round Free Agent

Brian Ahern, P Rich Polak, P

Kansas City New York Yankees

Odie Koehnke, IF Mark Maloney, OF Vince Zawaski, IF

Boise Hawks Boise Hawks New York Mets

Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent

Jose Soto, OF

Baltimore

Free Agent

Scott McHugh, IF Tom Novak, P

Montreal Cincinnati

Free Agent Free Agent

Tim Barker, OF

Montreal

18th Round

Jeff Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dell, OF

Chicago (AL)

Sam Nattile, IF

Boston

1997 1996

1995

Sixth Round Third Round Fifth Round Ninth Round 10th Round 17th Round 26th Round 42nd Round

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1983 1982 1979

UCF in the Pros in 2011 Jeff Rudolph, C/IF

Third Round Third Round Fourth Round Ninth Round 18th Round 19th Round 21st Round 29th Round 40th Round 42nd Round

Fifth Round Seventh Round Eighth Round 10th Round 11th Round 14th Round Free Agent Free Agent

Third Round 20th Round

12th Round Sixth Round

New York Yankees

25th Round

Hitters Player Tyson Auer Dwayne Bailey Shane Brown Drew Butera Chris Duffy Jonathan Griffin Derek Luciano Beau Taylor Clay Timpner

Team Organization Salt Lake Bees (AAA) Los Angeles (AL) Salt Lake Bees (AAA) Los Angeles (AL) Arkansas Travelers (AA) Los Angeles (AL) Inland Empire 66ers (A) Los Angeles (AL) Charleston RiverDogs (A) New York (AL) Staten Island Yankees (A) New York (AL) Minnesota Twins Gulf Coast League Phillies (R) Philadelphia Missoula Osprey (R) Arizona Arizona League Diamondbacks (R) Arizona Burlington Bees (A) Oakland Vermont Lake Monsters (A) Oakland Toledo Mud Hens (AAA) Detroit

Player Tim Bascom Chase Bradford Nick Cicio Owen Dew Matt Fox Caleb Graham Mitch Herold Austin Hudson Robert Lara Danny Winkler

Team Bowie Baysox (AA) Frederick Keys (A) Kingsport Mets (R) Gulf Coast League Twins (R) Lake County Captains (A) Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA) Inland Empire 66ers (A) Cedar Rapids Kernels (A) Salem Red Sox (A) Lowell Spinners (A) High Desert Mavericks (A) Fort Wayne TinCaps (A) Lake Elsinore Storm (A) Casper Ghosts (R)

AVG .280 .224 .306 .275 .321 .446 .167 .293 .295 .282 .293 .111 .111

AB 353 67 62 200 131 74 234 123 278 149 147 18 27

R 51 8 8 34 18 21 19 21 47 20 16 1 3

H 99 15 19 55 42 33 39 36 82 42 43 2 3

2B 19 2 5 9 8 6 9 8 12 7 7 0 0

3B 4 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 0 0

HR 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 6 18 3 0 0 0

RBI 35 5 7 25 15 5 23 27 59 23 17 1 1

SB-ATT 21-33 0-1 2-3 10-12 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-4 2-2 1-4 0-0 1-1

W 9 1 0 2 1 10 1 1 1 0 4 2 0 4

L 4 0 0 0 4 4 2 2 2 0 5 1 1 3

ERA 3.11 0.00 3.51 1.74 5.79 3.96 3.72 3.45 3.35 0.00 5.35 4.15 11.25 3.92

G-GS 29-17 1-1 21-0 13-0 8-0 28-21 22-0 18-0 22-0 1-0 40-1 25-0 11-0 12-12

CG 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 5 0 1 0

IP 130.1 6.0 33.1 20.2 18.2 129.2 36.1 31.1 40.1 1.0 72.1 34.2 16.0 57.1

BB 34 2 7 2 6 49 6 10 13 0 25 12 14 19

SO 110 7 37 20 17 122 36 35 32 0 51 33 10 65

Pitchers

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Organization Baltimore Baltimore New York (NL) Minnesota Cleveland Boston Los Angeles (AL) Los Angeles (AL) Boston Boston Seattle San Diego San Diego Colorado


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