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UConn Baseball Table of Contents/UConn Quick Facts................................. 2 2015 Schedule................................................................ 2 Head Coach Jim Penders................................................ 3-4 Assistant Coaches......................................................... 5-7 Support Staff............................................................... 8-9 2015 Roster...................................................................10 2015 Season Preview................................................. 11-12 2015 Student-Athlete Profiles...................................... 13-39 2014 Season Review.................................................. 40-41 2014 Results/Statistics............................................... 42-44 UConn Baseball History.............................................. 45-67 - UConn All-Time Coaches...........................................45 - UConn in the Postseason..........................................46 - All-Americans/International Baseball..........................47 - Huskies in the Pros............................................. 48-50 - Husky Record Book............................................. 51-54 - All-Time Team Stats.................................................55 - All-Time Opponents.................................................56 - Year-By-Year Results........................................... 57-64 - All-Time Letterwinners........................................ 65-67 Baseball Facilities...................................................... 68-70 The American Athletic Conference.....................................71 The Dugout Club....................................................... 72-73 Huskies in the Community...............................................74

The University of Connecticut

Location.........................................................Storrs, Conn. Founded.................................................................... 1881 Undergraduate Enrollment (at Storrs)........................ 18,032 Enrollment.............................................................. 30,474 Colors............................... National Flag Blue (Navy) & White Nickname................................................... Huskies, UConn Conference.............................. American Athletic Conference President........................................................Susan Herbst Director of Athletics........................................Warde Manuel Assoc. Director of Athletics (Program Admin.)... Evan Feinglass Athletic Phone............................................. (860) 486-2725 Athletic Fax................................................ (860) 486-2727

UCONN BASEBALL Head Coach........................... Jim Penders (UConn ‘94, G‘98) Overall Career Record............................ 382-270-4/11 years Record at UConn....................................................... Same Assistant Coaches.......................... Jeff Hourigan (UConn ‘05) ............................. Joshua MacDonald (UConn ‘06, LIU G’09) .............................. Chris Podeszwa (UConn ‘93, SCSU G‘03) Office Phone............................................... (860) 486-4089 Home Field............................................. J.O. Christian Field Field Dimensions............................................. 337-400-325 2014 Final Record...................................................... 27-31 2014 American Athletic Conference Record.....................9-14

Athletic Communications

Assoc. Director of Athletics/Communications.... Michael Enright Asst. Director of Athletic Communications.......Patrick McKenna Asst. Director of Athletic Communications............. Phil Chardis Asst. Director of Athletic Communications............ Bill Peterson Athletic Communications Assistants..................................... ...........................Bobby Mullen, Jeff Piascik, Scott Waggoner Athletic Communications Secretary................Luanne Dunstan Baseball Contact.............................................Bobby Mullen Office Phone............................................... (860) 486-1496 Email........................................... Robert.Mullen@uconn.edu Communications Office Phone....................... (860) 486-3531 Communications Fax.................................... (860) 486-5085 Athletics Website.....................................UConnHuskies.com CREDITS: The 2015 University of Connecticut Baseball Media Guide is an official publication of the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics. This media guide was written and designed by Bobby Mullen. Editorial assistance by Mike Enright and Luanne Dunstan. Special thanks to Jim Penders and his staff. Photography Credits: Steve Slade, Bob Stowell, Brendan Flynn, Jeff Piascik, Kelly Grecula, Team USA and Major League Baseball.

FEBRUARY 13 14 15 21 22 23 27 28

at Florida Atlantic at Florida Atlantic at Florida Atlatnic vs. Siena vs. Siena vs. Siena at Kennesaw State at Kennesaw State

MARCH 1 6 7 8 10 13 14 15 17 18 20 20 21 24 25 27 28 29 31

at Kennesaw State at Florida International at Florida International at Florida International at Sacred Heart at Furman vs. USC Upstate vs. Michigan State at Wake Forest at William & Mary vs. Fordham at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Yale at Central Connecticut at Tulane * at Tulane * at Tulane * BOSTON COLLEGE

APRIL 2 3 4 6 7 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 29

USF * USF * USF * HARTFORD NORTHEASTERN at UCF * at UCF * at UCF * at Fairfield at Bryant EAST CAROLINA * EAST CAROLINA * EAST CAROLINA * MASSACHUSETTS UMASS LOWELL MEMPHIS * MEMPHIS * MEMPHIS * HOLY CROSS

MAY

1 at East Carolina * 2 at East Carolina * 3 at East Carolina * 8 CINCINNATI * 9 CINCINNATI * 10 CINCINNATI * 12 at Rhode Island 14 at Houston * 15 at Houston * 16 at Houston * 20-24 American Championship

Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga.

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Kennesaw, Ga. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Bridgeport, Conn. Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Winston-Salem, N.C. Williamsburg, Va. South Orange, N.J. South Orange, N.J. South Orange, N.J. West Haven, Conn. New Britain, Conn. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. STORRS, CONN.

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STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Fairfield, Conn. Smithfield, R.I. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN.

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Greenville, N.C. Greenville, N.C. Greenville, N.C. TBD STORRS, CONN. STORRS, CONN. Kingston, R.I. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Clearwater, Fla.

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* American Athletic Conference Game Home Games Played at J.O. Christian Field, Unless Otherwise Noted ALL HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS All Dates and Times [Eastern] Subject to Change

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Head Coach Jim Penders

• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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Jim Penders Head Coach

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12th Season Connecticut ’94, G’98

Jim Penders has worked with the University of Connecticut baseball program in 23 of the last 25 years, being associated with the Huskies as a student-athlete, an assistant coach and now head coach. He completed his 11th season at the helm of the program in 2014. A threetime Big East Coach of the Year, Penders has overseen one of the most successful stretches in the 119-year history of UConn baseball. Overall in his tenure, Penders holds a 382-270-4 record. He has led the Huskies to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Super Regional appearance in 2011. UConn has also won a regular season or conference title twice with Penders in the dugout and hosted the 2010 Norwich Regional. Under his watch, five Huskies have earned All-America honors, most recently LJ Mazzilli in 2013. In 11 seasons as head coach for the Huskies, Penders has had a total of 38 players either drafted or signed by professional baseball clubs. During the 2014 MLB season, Nick Ahmed (‘11) George Springer (‘11) and Mike Olt (‘10) were active on the rosters of the Diamondbacks, Astros and Cubs, respectively. It marked the first time since 2004 that UConn had multiple active major leaguers and tied the program record for simultaneous players in the big leagues. In 2014, UConn struggled with injuries and youth and finished the year with a 27-31 record. The Huskies qualified for the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship, defeating eventual champion Houston in pool play. Despite the underwhelming record, several Huskies received major individual accolades. Bobby Melley was named NEIBA New England Player of the Year and was one of three All-Conference first team members. In 2013, the Huskies claimed their final BIG EAST Championship, defeating Notre Dame, 8-1, in Clearwater, Fla. UConn advanced to play in the NCAA tournament for the third time in the past four years. The BIG EAST title was the third in UConn history joining the 1990 and ‘94 teams. UConn defeated No. 1 seed Virginia Tech in its first game of the 2013 NCAA Regional hosted in Blacksburg, Va., before falling to Oklahoma and the Hokies in consecutive games. The Huskies finished the season with a 35-28 record. In 2012, the Huskies’ season ended in the BIG EAST Championship Semifinals with back-to-back losses to USF. UConn’s overall record was 31-27-1. Penders, a three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year (2011, 2010, 2006), has now led his squad to 30 or more wins in eight of his 11 years at Connecticut. In 2011, Penders guided the Huskies to the program’s first regular-season BIG EAST championship title and first appearance in the NCAA Super Regionals. UConn finished the season with a 22-5 mark in conference play, and ended the year with a 45-20-1 overall record. Following their program-best 22 wins in conference play in 2011, the Huskies earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time, including their second straight appearance. As the No. 2 seed in the Clemson Regional, UConn went 4-1 while eliminating all three opponents from NCAA Tournament play, including No. 1 seed Clemson. During 2011, Penders coached 11 student-athletes to BIG EAST post season honors, including Pitcher of the Year Matt Barnes and Player of the Year George Springer. Three Huskies also earned All-America status under Penders that season, as Barnes and Springer were named first team

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

A l l -A m e r i c a n s and Kevin Vance was named a second team All-American. In the 2011 Major League B a s e b a l l Amateur Draft, a programbest 10 Huskies were selected. George Springer (11th overall), and Matt Barnes (19th overall) were first-round selections of the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox respectively. Joining the two first-rounders were Nick Ahmed (2nd round pick of the Braves), John Andreoli (17th round pick of the Cubs), Greg Nappo (18th round pick of the Marlins), Kevin Vance (19th round pick of the White Sox), Mike Nemeth (21st round pick of the Brewers), Dave Fischer (30th round pick of the Giants), Doug Elliot (35th round pick of the Brewers), and Elliot Glynn (39th round pick of the Brewers). The 2010 season was one of the most successful seasons in program history, as Penders guided the Huskies to a programbest 48 wins. After being nationally ranked for the first time since 1979, UConn earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time since 1994 and hosted the Norwich Regional at Dodd Stadium in Norwich, Conn. Along with the team success, including a UConnbest 22-game win streak, Penders earned multiple coaching accolades as he was named BIG EAST, ECAC, and NEIBA Coach of the Year. He was also named the ABCA/Diamond Northeast Coach of the Year. In 2009, Penders led the Huskies to a 36-24 overall record and an appearance in the BIG EAST Championship final against Louisville. Under Penders’ guidance, George Springer became UConn’s firstever BIG EAST Rookie of the Year following the 2009 season. During 2007, Penders and the Huskies earned a spot in the BIG EAST Championship game after battling their way through the BIG EAST Tournament by upsetting three higher-seeded teams. UConn’s appearance in the title game as the eighth-seed marked the lowest seed in BIG EAST Tournament history to reach the final game. In addition, Penders guided the Huskies to their third straight season with 34 or more wins, as his 2006 and 2007 squads ended the year with 39 and 34 victories respectively. After the 2006 season, a year in which the Huskies went 39-18-1, Penders led his program to a second place finish in the BIG EAST and earned BIG EAST Coach of the Year, and NEIBA Coach of the Year honors, while his team was named the NEIBA Team of the Year. In July of 2003, Penders became just the fifth head coach in the program’s history since 1924 joining Sumner Dole (192435), J.O. Christian (1936-61), Larry Panciera (1962-79) and Andy Baylock (1980-2003). Penders was an assistant coach for the Huskies for seven years from 1997-2003 as UConn posted winning seasons in each of those campaigns. As an assistant coach, Penders coordinated the Huskies recruiting of student-athletes, served as a hitting coach and worked with the catchers and outfielders. A standout on the baseball field for Connecticut during his undergraduate career, Penders was a four-year letterwinner as a Husky. He was co-captain of the 1994 UConn squad that won the BIG EAST Conference tournament, and the Huskies advanced to the NCAA Championship in both his junior and senior years. He hit .354 with seven home runs and 46 runs batted in as a senior in 1994. He earned First Team All-Northeast, All-New England and All-BIG EAST honors in his senior year as a catcher. During his UConn career, the Huskies played in the Championship game of the BIG EAST Tournament three times. Penders helped the Huskies to 99 wins over his four seasons, including a 30-18 record in 1994. He also excelled in the classroom as a three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star. Penders was a four-year member of the UConn Captains’ Council and served as that group’s president during his senior year. Penders graduated from UConn in 1994 with a degree in political science and added a master’s degree from UConn in 1998 from the School of Education.

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• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

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Penders worked in Washington, D.C., from 1994-96 as a political fundraiser for U.S. Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa. Penders returned to UConn for the 1997 season as a graduate assistant baseball coach and became a fulltime assistant coach for the 1999 season. He also founded and directs the Connecticut Baseball School. The popular camp holds sessions during the summer and winter vacation periods, along with a one-day fall session in October every year. The connection between the Penders family and UConn athletics runs deep. Penders’ father, Jim, and uncle, Tom, both graduated from UConn and played on the Huskies’ 1965 College World Series team. Jim is a 1966 UConn graduate and recently retired as the baseball coach at East Catholic High School. He won 600 games in 43 seasons and coached his three sons. He was an infielder for the Huskies and had a career batting average of .279, including a .323 mark his senior year. He was a captain of the ‘65 squad and the only player to hit over .300 for the Huskies that season. Jim has won four Connecticut high school state championships at East Catholic and was named the national high school coach of the year in 1996. In the summer of 2008 he was inducted into the National High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame, and in June of 2009, the baseball field at East Catholic was named in his honor. Tom, a 1967 UConn graduate, was the head men’s basketball coach at Tufts (1971-74), Columbia (1974-78), Fordham (1978-86), Rhode Island (1986-88), Texas (1988-89), George Washington (19982000) and Houston (2004-10). Tom was a two-sport star at UConn in baseball and basketball as he played in two NCAA tournaments (1965 and 1967) and the 1965 College World Series. Penders’ extended family also includes a prominent former Husky. His former classmate, teammate, battery-mate and 1994 Lawrence R. Panciera Most Valuable Player, Aaron Quinn, is now his brother-inlaw. Quinn pitched for the Huskies from 1991-94 and married Penders’ sister-in-law, Courtney in 1999. Penders’ younger brother Rob is the head coach of Division II St. Edward’s University of Austin, Texas. His grandfather Jim was the longtime baseball coach at Stratford (Conn.) High School from 1931-68 and won four state championships, a record matched by Penders’ father at East Catholic. He was also the head of the physical education department and the town’s recreation director. The Stratford High School baseball and football complex is named in his honor. Penders is also actively involved with several baseball clinics around the globe as he has presented as a featured clinician in Regensburg, Germany to German baseball coaches for International Sports Group/Major League Baseball International. In addition to Germany, in January of 2008, he ventured overseas to instruct Swedish coaches in a three-day national clinic in Leksand, Sweden. In January of 2009, he flew to the Czech Republic for more presentations. Penders has also spent several years working at the World Baseball Convention in Uncasville, Conn., the Be The Best You Are Clinic in Cherry Hill, N.J., as well as conducting a catching clinic at the ABCA National Convention in Nashville, Tenn. in 2004. He presented again at the ABCA National Convention in Anaheim in January of 2012. In addition, Penders contributed a chapter in the published book, Gold Glove Baseball, in which he dissects catching techniques. A native of Vernon, Conn., Penders was an all-state performer in baseball at East Catholic High School and served as his senior class president. In 2011, he was inducted into the ECHS Hall of Fame. A daily runner, Penders completed his first marathon in Philadelphia in November 2011. Penders and his wife, Brooke, reside in Old Wethersfield, Conn., and have three children - a daughter, Tess Avery (13), and sons, James Henry “Hank” (11), and Charles Edward “Charlie” (7).

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• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

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Connecticut 2004-pres. BIG EAST Coach of the Year 2006, 2010, 2011 BIG EAST Regular Season Champions 2011 BIG EAST Tournmanet Championships 2013 ABCA/Diamond Northeast Region Coach of the Year 2010, 2011 NEIBA Coach of the Year 2006, 2010 ECAC Coach of the Year 2010 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2010, 2011, 2013 NEIBA Team of the Year 2006, 2010, 2011 Assistant Coach Connecticut 1997-2003 Player Connecticut 1991-94 BIG EAST Conference Tournament Champions 1994 NCAA Tournament Appearances 1994, 1993 First Team All-Northeast 1994 All-New England 1994 All-BIG EAST 1994 Three-Time BIG EAST Academic All-Star 1992, 1993, 1994 East Catholic High School Hall of Fame Class of 2011


Assistant Coach Jeff Hourigan

• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

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Jeff Hourigan Assistant Coach Recruiting Coordinator Fourth Season Connecticut ’05

Jeff Hourigan joined Jim Penders’ staff prior to the 2012 season. Hourigan, who played at UConn for two seasons, returned to Storrs after spending five years as an assistant coach and pitching coach at the University of New Haven. During Hourigan’s time in Storrs, he has mentored the UConn hitters, specifically outfielders, and served as the recruiting coordinator. Since he came aboard, UConn has had seven incoming or outgoing players drafted in the MLB Draft. Hourigan also helped mentor LJ Mazzilli to an AllAmerica season in 2013 and saw Bobby Melley win NEIBA New England Player of the Year in 2014. While working at New Haven for head coach Raphael Cerrato (now head coach at Rhode Island), Hourigan helped guide the Chargers to an East Coast Conference regular season championship (2008), an NCAA Regional berth (2010), and led the pitching staff to an ERA of 2.90 which was the second best mark in the country during the 2010 season. Prior to his coaching career at New Haven, Hourigan was a student assistant coach for UConn during the 2006 season, working closely with the first basemen and pitchers. He split his collegiate playing career between Clemson and Connecticut, playing for the Tigers during the 2002 and 2003 seasons and was part of the Husky lineup during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. In 2002, he competed in the College World Series as a part of a Clemson team that finished third nationally. As a senior, Hourigan was named team captain and went on to earn second team AllBIG EAST and team MVP honors. At Clemson, he earned honorable mention Freshman All-American. “I am thrilled to have Jeff back in Storrs,” Penders said. “He was an outstanding player, captain, and student assistant for us, and also did a fantastic job assisting Coach Cerrato at New Haven. Above all, Jeff is a leader with a legendarily strong will to do things the right way all the time. He is a proud UConn alum who made a real name for himself during his playing days here and I’m so excited to continue building our program with him at my side.”

The Jeff Hourigan F ile Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Connecticut Assistant Coach/Pitching Coach New Haven Student Assistant Coach Connecticut Player Connecticut All-BIG EAST Second Team Team MVP Clemson College World Series

2012-Pres. 2007-11 2006 2004-05 2005 2005 2002-03 2002

Masuk High School 2001 Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year

Between Clemson and Connecticut, Hourigan played in 185 games and batted .303 for his career. He scored 104 runs, drove in 129 and belted 25 homeruns. At UConn alone, he hit .333 with 17 home runs in 90 games. On the mound, he recorded a 10-8 record in 21 starts for the Huskies and struck out 103 batters in 136.1 innings pitched. Entering college, Hourigan was named the 2001 Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year, while playing at Masuk High School in Monroe. He also helped lead Naugatuck Post 17 to the 2001 American Legion State Championship. Hourigan and his wife Connie live in Prospect and have two sons; Jeffrey C. Jr. (born May 23, 2012) and Charles Joseph (born August 8, 2013).

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• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

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Fourth Season Connecticut ’06 Long Island G’09 Josh MacDonald joined Jim Penders’ staff in 2012. The 2014 Huskies finished 45th nationally with a 3.19 ERA, good for third best in The American Athletic Conference. MacDonald guided senior ace Anthony Marzi to a Third Team All-Conference season, helping Marzi move into the top-five in UConn history in several categories. Under MacDonald’s counsel, freshman Andrew Zapata finished seventh in the nation and first in The American with a paltry 5.57 hits allowed per nine innings. In 2013, the Husky pitching staff boasted a 3.42 earned run average, led by sophomore ace Carson Cross, who finished the year with a 9-4 record and a 2.44 earned run average. Cross was selected in the 24th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates as the 719th overall player taken and the 13th of the round. The Huskies finished the season with a combined 398 strikeouts in 574.0 innings pitched. UConn finished third in the BIG EAST in ERA and ranked 45th out of 296 teams nationally. In 2012, the UConn pitching staff ranked fourth in the BIG EAST in earned run average, second in conference-only games, and third in batting average against. Marzi finished third in the league in ERA in conference games, while righty Scott Oberg was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team. Oberg and fellow righty David Fischer were each chosen in the MLB draft, going in the 15th and 18th rounds, respectively. MacDonald, a UConn alum, spent two years as the pitching coach with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League from 2010-11 and served as an assistant coach in the CCBL All-Star Game for the West Division in 2010. During his time with the club, the Braves won the CCBL championship during 2009 and then won the Western Division championship in 2010. As an integral part of the coaching staff, MacDonald also guided one of his players to become the 2010 CCBL Outstanding Pitcher of the Year. Prior to his stint with the Bourne Braves, he served as a pitching coach for Long Island University from 20072009, where he tutored four pitchers who went on to play professionally. MacDonald finished his collegiate playing career in 2006, after helping the Huskies to a second place finish during the BIG EAST regular season and a then school record 39 wins. At the time, he was third on the all-time pitching appearance list at UConn and is currently ninth after the 2012 season. MacDonald served as the head baseball coach of the St. Thomas More Prep squad from 2010-2011, along with stints as head junior varsity basketball coach and assistant football coach. MacDonald pitched in 62 games over the course of his career with the Huskies. He posted a 10-8 record out of the bullpen and owned a 4.85 earned run average. MacDonald struck out 86 batters in 154 innings and earned two saves, both in his senior season. He earned the first win in the Jim Penders era at UConn with an 8-3 win over Butler on March 3, 2004. In the summer of 2005, MacDonald was an All-Star in the Valley League and helped his team to a Northern Division Championship. A 2001 graduate of Notre Dame High School of West Haven and a Milford native, MacDonald was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 47th round of the 2001 MLB Amateur Draft. At ND, he was a part of the 2000 Class LL State Championship squad and in 2001 was named the New Haven Register AllArea MVP. MacDonald was twice named to the Zone 2 Legion Section “Dream Dozen” and in 2001 was the Most Valuable Pitcher of the Connecticut Legion Tournament. He was also named the Most Valuable Pitcher in the 2001 Connecticut vs. Massachusetts High School All-Star Game. MacDonald resides in East Hartford with his wife Stephanie.

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The Josh MacDonald File Assistant Coach Connecticut

2012-Pres.

Head Coach St. Thomas More Prep (CT)

2010-11

Pitching Coach Bourne Braves (CCBL) Long Island University

2010-11 2007-09

Player Connecticut

2002-06

Notre Dame-West Haven High School 2001 47th Round Draft Pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates

Assistant Coach Josh MacDonald

Josh MacDonald Assistant Coach

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships


Assistant Coach Chris Podeszwa

• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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Chris Podeszwa Assistant Coach

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

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12th Season Connecticut ’93 So. Connecticut G’03 Chris Podeszwa enters his 12th season as an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut. Podeszwa’s focus is primarily on the instruction of infielders and hitters. Podeszwa was an integral part of the 2013 UConn club that won the program’s third-ever BIG EAST Tournament Championship. In 2010, Podeszwa helped the Huskies’ set new singleseason records in hits, runs scored and RBI, besting the records the club set in 2009. UConn recorded 750 hits, 542 runs scored and 492 RBI in 2010. After graduating from UConn in 1993, Podeszwa served as an envoy coach for Major League Baseball International in New York and Europe. His responsibilities included preparing the German Junior National Team for the European Championships while organizing coordinated clinics for youth players and coaches. “Dez is a full-time teacher and there is nobody that works harder than he does,” said Penders. “His energy is contagious and his contribution to our success has been outstanding. The fire he had as one of my teammates burns just as hot today as one of our coaches.” In 1995, Podeszwa moved to Sweden to play and coach for the Skelleftea Bears Baseball Club in Skelleftea, Sweden. His stay in Scandinavia was highlighted by both of his teams capturing the Swedish National Championship. In 1996, Podeszwa was hired as the assistant baseball coach at Mitchell College in New London, Conn., and in 1998, he became the assistant baseball coach for the University of Connecticut’s Avery Point branch under head coach Roger Bidwell. At Avery Point, Podeszwa helped lead his squads to the NJCAA Region XXI Championship in 1999 and 2000. Avery Point also captured the Northeast Region Championship in 1999 and earned a trip to the NJCAA Division II World Series.

The Chris Podeszwa File Assistant Coach Connecticut Yarmouth-Dennis - CCBL Mitchell College UConn Avery Point NJCAA Region XXI Champions Northeast Region Champions NJCAA Division II World Series Envoy Coach - MLB International (New York, Europe) Player Skelleftea Bears Baseball Club (Sweden) Swedish National Champions Connecticut NCAA Tournament Appearances BIG EAST Tournament Champions Waterford High School

2004-Pres. 1997-2014 1996-97 1998-2000 1999, 2000 1999 1999 1993-94 1995 1995 1990-93 1990, 1993 1990

In between summer evaluation and recruiting assignments for the Huskies, Podeszwa served as an assistant baseball coach for Yarmouth-Dennis of the Cape Cod Baseball League for 17 seasons with the Red Sox, who won the league championship in 2004, 2006 and 2007. Podeszwa played at UConn from 1990-93. He was part of the 1990 BIG EAST Championship club and played every position for the Huskies except center field. He and Penders were teammates at UConn for three seasons. Podeszwa, who earned a master’s degree in 2003 at Southern Connecticut, is married to UConn alum, Isabella Basile. The couple has three children, Sophia, born May 17, 2000, Connor, born April 1, 2003 and Emilia, born January 5, 2006. They reside in Waterford, Conn.

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• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

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Athletic Communications

Bobby Mullen joined the UConn athletic communications staff in 2013 after spending three years as a student worker and ‘Jack Grinold’ intern in athletic communications at his alma mater, Northeastern University. He serves as the primary media contact for women’s soccer, women’s ice hockey and baseball at UConn, and as the secondary contact for football. Mullen began working in the office at NU as a student worker ‘co-op’ for the fall 2010 season. As a co-op, he was the primary contact for women’s soccer. He rejoined the staff as a co-op in the winter of 2012, serving as the contact for women’s soccer and women’s basketball, before being promoted to intern that August. He also worked for NU’s video streaming department, serving as an on-air commentator for men’s basketball, women’s ice hockey and baseball. Originally from Marlton, N. J., Mullen graduated with honors from Northeastern in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and a history minor. He currently resides in East Windsor.

Alana Butler CPIA Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletics

The University of Connecticut is committed to each of its studentathletes as a total person. Participation in athletics is important, but it represents only one aspect of the players college experience. At the University of Connecticut, academic achievement is the primary concern. Impressively, for the past five years the Connecticut student-athlete retention rate has been 99.0 percent. The University’s commitment to the student-athlete is a dual one. Participation in athletics is not viewed as an obstacle to the attainment of one’s educational goals, rather it is seen as a complementary activity. Each supports the other. Athletic excellence is stressed, but academic achievement is never compromised indeed, it is given the utmost priority. The University realizes that all student-athletes, due to their academic involvement, are required to commit a large percentage of their personal time to University sponsored athletic activities. For this reason, the University recognizes the need for a support program for its intercollegiate athletes. The Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes (CPIA) constantly assists all studentathletes in achieving their academic goals. The CPIA staff serves as a liaison to the academic faculty, the Division of Athletics, and the student-athlete. In serving as a liaison between the Connecticut student-athletes and University faculty and staff, the CPIA counselors also provide assistance in securing appropriate support services available with the University. These include orientation for student-athletes, supervised study halls, individual tutors and tutorial centers (an English/Writing Center, Math Center and Reading Center), and learning skills seminars. For the past five years, the writing lab and computers have been networked to a national database which allow all student-athletes to do research at their actual computer stations. A counselor is assigned to work with each intercollegiate team, and working directly with the UConn baseball program is Alana Butler. Butler, a UConn 2001 graduate who now works as a CPIA counselor, monitors all aspects of each athlete’s academic life, including class schedule, arranging for tutors and progress toward a degree. Butler earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Relations at UConn before getting her M.Ed in Psychology: Athletic Counseling at Springfield College in 2005. The goal at the university as well as for the CPIA department is for each Husky student-athlete to earn a degree so they can become a success in whatever field they choose.

WHUS: The Home of the Huskies WHUS, the student and community radio station for the UConn campus, will once again broadcast live each of UConn’s 56-game regular season schedule, as well as any and all postseason trips for the Huskies. WHUS will also have Coach Penders on for a weekly interview segment throughout the year beginning in the preseason. To tune into UConn baseball on WHUS, visit WHUS.org or listen to 91.7 FM.

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Bobby Mullen Sports Information Director

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Dr. Giselle Aerni Director of Sports Medicine Services

Evan Feinglass Associate AD/ Facilities Management

Department of Sports Medicine

Athletic Administration

Janelle Francisco Assistant Athletic Trainer Athletic Training

The department of Sports Medicine in the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics works as an integrated multidisciplinary team whose purpose is to provide the optimal, safe environment for the baseball student-athletes to train and participate in their sport. The staff takes great pride in the individual attention paid to each student-athlete. They are devoted to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury, and maximizing athletic performance. The disciplines of athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, orthopaedic sports medicine, optometry, nutrition, exercise physiology, and psychology work in concert to provide comprehensive care for the student-athlete. The baseball team is spearheaded by Athletic Trainer Janelle Francisco. Physician coverage is provided by Dr. Giselle Aerni, the director of sports medicine services. The Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Specialists for the team include Edward Collins, M.D. of the Connecticut Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Willimantic, Dr. Michael Joyce of the Orthopedic Sports Specialists in Glastonbury, Barry Messinger, M.D. of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery in Manchester and Robert Arciero, M.D. of the University of Connecticut Health Center Department of Orthopaedics in Farmington. The UConn Sports Medicine team is housed in state-ofthe-art facilities in the Hugh S. Greer Field House and the Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, as well as a new and expanded sports medicine treatment center located in the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center. In addition to providing the finest in medical care for the UConn baseball program, the Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut administers to the daily needs of 650 male and female intercollegiate student-athletes who are competing in 24 different varsity programs. The Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut plays a critical role in assuring that all UConn student-athletes have 24-hour access to the finest medical support and quality health care possible. Through patient care and ongoing research and education, the department continues to provide Husky teams a competitive edge from the medical perspective.

In his seventh season with UConn Athletics and fourth as the baseball program administrator, Evan Feinglass has been an integral part of the program’s mission and competitive drive. Feinglass, an Associate Director of Athletics, oversees the management of 11 athletic facilities at Connecticut as well as the event management services for all 24 varsity sports. He is the home game administrator for all football and men’s and women’s basketball games. Prior to joining UConn, Evan oversaw operations at both the Meadows Music Center (Hartford) and the Oakdale Theatre (Wallingford). A West Hartford native, Feinglass earned his bachelor’s of science in business administration at Washington University in St. Louis. In 1998, he obtained his master’s of arts in education from UConn. He is an active member in several on campus committees at Connecticut. Feinglass is also an active member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Collegiate Event and Facility Management Association. Feinglass resides in Sprague, Conn. with his wife Megan and his children Noah and Julia.

Maureen Butler Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Strength & Conditioning

Maureen Butler has been an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Connecticut since June 2005. Prior to her appointment she served as a graduate assistant in Strength and Conditioning at UConn while working toward her master’s degree in exercise physiology through the Kinesiology Department at Connecticut. She is also currently serving as a strength and conditioning coach within the USA Hockey Women’s U-18 National Team program. Moe is a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), is a certified Level I coach from USA Weightlifting (USAW) and a certified Level I coach from USA Track & Field. A native of Red Hook, N.Y., Moe attended the University of Connecticut and was a four year letterwinner in field hockey and earned a bachelor’s degree in fitness management.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 32 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

Elig.

Bryan Daniello Jr. Max McDowell Jr. Aaron Hill So. Jack Sundberg Jr. Alex LeFevre Jr. Willy Yahn Fr. Griffin Garabedian So. Devin Over RJr. Vinny Siena Jr. Eric Yavarone Sr. Bobby Melley Jr. Joe Rivera Fr. Max Slade RJr. Ryan Radue RSo. Anthony Kay So. Nick Lamberti Fr. Connor Buckley Jr. Patrick Ruotolo So. Joe DeRoche-Duffin Jr. Jordan Tabakman RSr. Andrew Zapata So. Connor David Sr. Jon Testani Sr. Blake Davey Sr. Callahan Brown RSo. William Montgomerie Fr. Jack Riley Fr. Sam Nepiarsky RFr. CJ Dandeneau Fr. Taylor Olmstead RFr. Nico Darras Jr. Trevor Holmes RFr. Carson Cross RSr. Troy Stefanski Fr. Dan Rajkowski Fr.

By Class: Freshmen (11) Dandeneau Holmes (RS) Lamberti Montgomerie Nepiarsky (RS) Olmstead (RS) Rajkowski Riley Rivera Stefanski Yahn Sophomores (7): Brown (RS) Garabedian Hill Kay Radue (RS) Ruotolo A. Zapata

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Hometown

INF C INF OF C INF OF RHP/UT INF OF 1B RHP RHP RHP LHP INF INF RHP INF/RHP RHP RHP C INF/OF OF/INF/C RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP OF RHP/UT C/RHP RHP INF/OF RHP

L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R

5’10 6’1 5’11 5’11 6’2 5’11 5’11 6’1 5’10 6’2 6’3 5’11 6’0 6’5 6’0 5’6 6’0 5’10 6’0 6’4 6’0 6’1 5’11 6’4 6’3 6’2 6’1 6’3 6’0 6’3 6’2 6’1 6’6 6’1 6’1

165 208 172 185 200 186 178 211 192 206 235 165 180 202 187 184 186 218 244 225 198 213 193 234 213 210 191 188 190 213 202 215 205 164 178

Norwalk, Conn. Brien McMahon North Huntingdon, Pa. Norwin Groton, Conn. Fitch Mansfield, Conn. Avon Old Farms Mansfield, Conn. UConn Avery Point Sharon, Conn. Housatonic Regional Hamden, Conn. Notre Dame (West Haven) Windsor, Conn. Windsor Woodbridge, Conn. Amity North Haven, Conn. North Haven Barnstable, Mass. Boston College High School Southington, Conn. Southington Cheshire, Conn. Cheshire Appleton, Wis. Fox Valley Lutheran Stony Brook, N.Y. Ward-Melville East Haven, Conn. East Haven Stonington, Conn. UConn Avery Point Peabody, Mass. Peabody Veterans Santa Ana, Calif. Cypress College Pompton Plains, N.J. UNC/Pequannock Staten Island, N.Y. Poly Prep Cheshire, Conn. Cheshire Monroe, Conn. Masuk Newport Beach, Calif. Cypress College Jupiter, Fla. Mississippi State Lakeville, Conn. Salisbury Prep West Boylston, Mass. St. Peter Marian Orange, Conn. Amity North Smithfield, R.I. La Salle Acad. Greenwich, Conn. Greenwich Laguna Beach, Calif. Cal State Fullerton Ashland, Mass. Governor Dummer Academy Brentwood, N.H. Exeter North Stonington, Conn. Wheeler New Canaan, Conn. New Canaan

Juniors (11): Buckley Daniello Darras DeRoche-Duffin LeFevre McDowell Melley Over (RS) Siena Slade (RS) Sundberg Seniors (6) Cross (RS) Davey David Tabakman (RS) Testani Yavarone

By State: California (3) Darras Davey DeRoche-Duffin Connecticut (20): Buckley Daniello David Garabedian Hill Lamberti LeFevre Montgomerie Nepiarsky Olmstead Over Rajkowski Rivera Siena Slade Stefanski Sundberg Testani Yahn Yavarone

Last Team

Alphabetical Roster 20 Connor Buckley 30 Callahan Brown 43 Carson Cross 1 Bryan Daniello 39 CJ Dandeneau 41 Nico Darras 27 Blake Davey 25 Connor David 22 Joe DeRoche-Duffin 7 Griffin Garabedian 3 Aaron Hill 42 Trevor Holmes 18 Anthony Kay 19 Nick Lamberti 5 Alex LeFevre 2 Max McDowell 11 Bobby Melley 31 Wills Montgomerie 37 Sam Nepiarsky 40 Taylor Olmstead 8 Devin Over 15 Ryan Radue 45 Dan Rajkowski 32 Jack Riley 12 Joe Rivera 21 Patrick Ruotolo 9 Vinny Siena 13 Max Slade 44 Troy Stefanski 4 Jack Sundberg 23 Jordan Tabakman 26 Jon Testani 6 Willy Yahn 10 Eric Yavarone 24 Andrew Zapata

Florida (1) Brown Massachusetts (4) Holmes Melley Riley Ruotolo New Hampshire (1) Cross New Jersey (1) Tabakman New York (2) Kay Zapata Pennsylvania (1) McDowell Rhode Island (1) Dandeneau Wisconsin (1) Radue

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2015 Season Preview

• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

UConn Head Coach Jim Penders enters his 12th season at the helm of the program in 2015, looking to return to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in six seasons. Penders holds an all-time record of 382-270-4 and has won at least 30 games in eight of his 11 prior seasons. After an improbable run to the final Big East Championship title in 2013, the Huskies struggled in 2014 in their first season in the new American Athletic Conference. A variety of factors, including key injuries to two captains, led to the down year, but the Huskies will look to return strong in 2015 with a roster that returns seven starters in the field and three weekend rotation pitchers. PITCHERS (12 returning, four lost, five newcomers) The key to UConn’s pitching staff in 2015 didn’t throw a single pitch in 2014 after being named American Athletic Conference Preseason Pitcher of the Year prior to the season. Ace Carson Cross returns to front the rotation after missing all of last season with a shoulder injury. Cross’ last action came in 2013, when he went 9-4 with a 2.44 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 110.2 innings pitched. A Second Team All-Conference selection, Cross was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 24th round of the MLB Draft after his outstanding redshirtsophomore season but elected to return to Storrs. The 2015 season will be his final of eligibility as he looks to regain his place atop the UConn rotation and among the nation’s top arms. Supporting Cross in the rotation is classmate and fellow tri-captain Jordan Tabakman, the Husky with more innings logged in his career than any other returner. Tabakman made 14 starts a year ago, with all but one on the weekend, and compiled a 4-4 record with a 3.40 ERA in 76.2 innings pitched. Overall in his career, Tabakman has tossed 179.1 innings and holds a 13-7 record with a 3.26 ERA and five career saves. A pair of sophomores who stood out as freshmen a year ago also return with plenty of starting experience, with southpaw Anthony Kay serving as a weekend pitcher last year and classmate Andrew Zapata shining in a midweek starter role. Senior Jordan Tabakman Kay made 18 appearances as a starter and part-time reliever, posting a 3.49 ERA, two saves and 56 strikeouts in 67 innings. Zapata started eight contests out of 15 overall appearances and posted a 2.57 ERA, holding opponents to a .180 batting average against and a mere 5.7/hits per nine innings. That mark placed him seventh nationally. Out of the pen, the two top returners are redshirt-junior Devin Over and sophomore Patrick Ruotolo. Over made 22 appearances in his first season as a full-time reliever and led all qualified Huskies with a 2.05 ERA. Sporting a fastball that sits in the mid to upper 90s, Over was named one of the top-20 draft prospects in New England by New England Baseball Journal this offseason. Ruotolo was second among all Huskies with 25 appearances out of the bullpen last season, and turned in a strong rookie campaign. The right-hander struck out 49 batters in 44 innings and posted a 2.86 ERA with two saves. He was the lone Husky to average more than a strikeout per inning.

Redshirt-Junior Devin Over

Also returning in the bullpen is redshirt sophomore Ryan Radue, who posted a 2.51 ERA in 12 appearances in 2014, and redshirt junior Max Slade, who held a 3.04 ERA in 21 appearances. Redshirt sophomore Callahan Brown made seven appearances, including two starts, last season and held opponents to a .212 batting average against in 14.1 innings.

Junior Nico Darras, who started 29 games at designated hitter last season, made an off-season conversion to a submarine-style relief pitcher and figures to factor into the bullpen in 2015. The rotation will also be bolstered by redshirt freshmen Trevor Holmes and Sam Nepiarsky, who followed their redshirt seasons in Storrs with solid summers. Rookies CJ Dandeneau, William Montgomerie, Dan Rajkowski, Jack Riley and Joe Rivera along with transfer Joe DeRoche-Duffin will all have the opportunity to earn innings as well. INFIELDERS (four returning two lost, four newcomers) The Huskies return four infielders who started at least 38 games last season, including three that made more than 50 starts. The leader of the pack is junior captain and first baseman Bobby Melley, who will look to follow a breakout sophomore campaign that saw him earn a slew of postseason accolades including NEIBA New England Player of the Year. Melley hit .359 in ’14 to lead the American, adding 16 doubles, 47 RBIs, four home runs and 31 walks. His .475 on-base percentage was top-25 nationally and he struck out only 16 times in 257 plate appearances. Back on the other corner is junior third baseman Bryan Daniello, who also had a strong sophomore season in 2014 that saw him hit .274 with 17 extra-base hits and 26 RBIs. Up the middle, Vinny Siena returns after 52 starts at second base a year ago. In 115 career starts, the junior holds a .270 batting average with 20 extra-base hits and 60 RBIs. Aaron Hill made 44 appearances including 38 starts as a rookie last year, seeing time at both second base and shortstop. Junior transfers Connor Buckley (UConn Avery Point) and Joe DeRoche-Duffin (Cypress College/UC Santa Barbara) both figure to earn playing time this season on the corners or at designated hitter, with DeRoche-Duffin also a strong arm that could pitch out of the bullpen. Highly-touted freshmen Nick Lamberti and Willy Yahn could also challenge for time on the infield during their rookie campaigns.

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• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

OUTFIELDERS (six returning, none lost, three newcomers) UConn returns a wealth of experience in the outfield, including all three starters from a year ago. Senior Blake Davey leads the bunch after an All-Conference and ABCA All-Region season last year during his first year in Storrs. The Cypress College transfer hit .313 and belted a team-high 10 home runs, adding 10 doubles, 31 RBIs and 48 runs scored. He also posted a team-best .512 slugging percentage and got on base at a .452 clip. Returning in center field is last year’s primary leadoff hitter, junior Jack Sundberg. In his first year as a starter in 2014, Sundberg batted .270 with a .364 on-base percentage and was among the national leaders with 27 stolen bases. He was stellar in the field, recording only one error in 169 chances for a .994 fielding percentage. Seniors Jon Testani and Eric Yavarone are also back, with a combined 241 career starts between them. Yavarone is a .272 lifetime hitter with 65 career RBIs, while Testani has a .364 on-base percentage in his career to go along with 24 extra-base hits.

Senior Jon Testani

Sophomore Griffin Garabedian saw his first career playing time in 2014 and drove in five runs in 51 at-bats. Taylor Olmstead will look to crack the outfield rotation after redshirting during his freshman season a year ago, while freshmen newcomers Matt Zapata and Troy Stefanski could also see time. Jason D’Andrea joins the Huskies as a junior transfer, spending the last two seasons at LA Pierce College after a redshirt season at national power UCLA in 2012. CATCHERS (two returning, none lost, one newcomer) Every backstop start from last season is accounted for on the 2015 roster, with 48 of those starts coming from junior Max McDowell, a First Team All-Conference performer as a sophomore. McDowell posted a .275/.376/.352 slash line in ’14, adding 11 extra-base hits and 34 RBIs. He was the Huskies’ most reliable hitter in the clutch, batting .407 with runners in scoring position. Senior Connor David has proven himself a reliable backup to McDowell and left-handed bat off the bench during his career. David is a career .257 hitter with two home runs and 21 RBIs in 183 at-bats. Alex LeFevre also joins the squad in 2015 to bolster the position after spending the last two seasons excelling at UConn Avery Point. Davey saw time behind the plate during the fall and in preseason action and could spell McDowell there in 2015. SCHEDULE The Huskies will take on a challenging 56-game slate in 2015, including 10 contests against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams and six with squads that reached the Super Regionals. The Huskies open the year with 27 games away from Storrs, including a season-opening series at Florida Atlantic and an early-season set at Kennesaw State, a Super Regional squad in 2014.

Senior Connor David

Also part of UConn’s early-season slate is the annual spring break trip, this year to include tournaments at Furman and Seton Hall and feature games against squads from the ACC, Big Ten and Big East conferences. The midweek non-conference slate begins on March 10 at Sacred Heart and includes a familiar slate of local foes including D1 newcomer UMass Lowell and 2014 NCAA Tournament team Bryant. The American Athletic Conference features a 24-game slate, with UConn playing each of its seven league foes three times, plus an extra three-game set with league newcomer East Carolina. Houston won The American Championship title last season before a trip to the Super Regionals, and all eight members of the conference will have legitimate tournament aspirations in 2015.

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2015 American Athletic Preseason Poll Team Pts Houston (6)

48

2. UCF (2)

41

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East Carolina

35

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UConn

28

5. USF

27

6. Tulane

22

7.

Memphis

16

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Cincinnati

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2015 Presason All-Conference Team P P P P P RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH

Zach Rodgers Jimmy Herget Aaron Garza Andrew Lantrip Jake Lemoine Jared Robinson Max McDowell Bobby Melley Dylan Moore Connor Hollis Kyle Teaf Blake Davey Ian Happ Kyle Survance Matt Diorio

Preseason Player of the Year Ian Happ, Jr., OF, Cincinnati Preseason Pitcher of the Year Jimmy Herget, Jr., USF

Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

UCF USF Houston Houston Houston Houston UConn UConn UCF Houston USF UConn Cincinnati Houston UCF


43 Carson Cross | RHP

R-Senior | Brentwood, N.H. | Exeter | 6’6 | 205 | R/R

2014 Preseason Pitcher of the Year 2014 SEASON: Named Preseason American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year...missed the entire season due to shoulder surgery. 2013 SEASON: Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 24th round with the 719th pick... Selected as a member of the AllBIG EAST Second Team... Started in 16 games for the Huskies, earning a team-high nine wins in 110.2 innings of work... Finished second in the BIG EAST with 86 strikeouts, including 32 looking... One of four BIG EAST pitchers to make at least 16 starts... Finished third in the conference with 110.2 innings pitched... Held opponents to just a .246 batting average... Registered one complete game, which was tied for the team lead... Went at least 6.0 innings in 15 of 16 starts this season... Finished with a 2.44 ERA to lead all Connecticut starting pitchers... Threw nine innings against Louisville (May 22) in the BIG EAST Championship, allowing eight hits and two runs en route to a 3-2 extra innings victory... Started in the first game of the 2013 Blacksburg Regional against Virginia Tech (May 31), tossing 6.1 innings, surrendering one run on six hits and striking out three. 2012 SEASON: Made 18 appearances, starting two...Earned a record of 3-1...registered the second lowest ERA on the team with 1.21...had 28 strikeouts and walked five in 37.1 innings pitched...recorded his first career win against Lipscomb, pitching 1.1 innings (March 4)...pitched two innings, recording the save in an 8-7 victory at Northeastern (May 8)...struck out five in a 5.1 inningsof shutout ball to earn the win against Notre Dame (May 19)...tossed 5.2 shutout innings in a no-decision against USF (May 26) at the BIG EAST Championship. 2012 SUMMER: Pitched in 10 games for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks (CCBL)...struck out 20 batters in 13.1 innings. 2011 SEASON: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Exeter High School in Exeter, N.H.... earned All-State honors during his senior year... also lettered in football...was a two-time Scholar Athlete award winner in baseball and football. PERSONAL: An environmental studies and geography double major... born Jan. 24, 1992... his father Jeff played basketball at Maine and in the NBA with the Clippers... his mother Carol is a former member of the U.S. National Freestyle ski team.

Cross’ Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 1.21 3 - 1 18 - 2 0 0 1 37.1 29 9 5 6 28 3 0 1 138 .210 0 3 1 2 1 2013 2.44 9 - 4 16 - 16 1 0 0 110.2 104 34 30 24 86 20 3 3 423 .246 5 6 1 2 4 2014 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -TOTAL 2.13 12 - 5 34 - 18 1 0 1 148.0 133 43 35 30 114 23 3 4 561 .237 5 9 2 4 5 Cross’ Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched............................................................................................................................................................... 9.0, twice Strikeouts............................................................................................................................................. 10, vs. St. John’s (4/05/13)


27 Blake Davey | OF

Senior | Newport Beach, Calif. | Cypress College | 6’4 | 234 | R/R

2014 All-Conference First Team 2014 SEASON: Played in 56 games, making 55 starts...AllAmerican Athletic Conference First Team...NEIBA All-New England First Team...batted .313 and led UConn with 10 home runs, a .512 slugging percentage and 48 runs scored...became the first Husky to hit double-digit homers in a season since 2011...drew 30 walks and led the squad with 21 hit-by-pitches to secure a .452 on-base percentage...added 32 RBIs, 10 doubles and eight stolen bases... registered 21 multi-hit games...reached base safely in 50-of-56 games...hit his first home run in a 2-for-4 day at Lipscomb (March 2)...went 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored at Florida (March 9)...went 3-for-3 with three runs, a home run and four RBIs vs. Yale (April 2)...batted .519 (14-for-27) with three home runs and seven RBIs over a six-game conference stretch from April 11-19, earning Conference Player of the Week for the week ending April 14...went 2-for-3 with three runs, a home run and three RBIs at UMass (April 22)...smacked an RBI double vs. UCF at The American Championship (May 21). 2014 SUMMER: A Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star for the Bourne Braves...played in 45 overall games, including the CCBL All Star Game and two playoff games...batted .263 with a .377 on-base percentage in the regular season...totaled 10 doubles, two triples and six home runs...drove in 23 and scored 31 runs...five regular season home runs were fifth among all players in the Cape League...30 runs scored tied for sixth...hit a two-run home run in a playoff game on Aug. 8. 2013 SEASON (Cypress College): Appeared in 46 games for head coach Scott Pickler. Recorded a stellar .323 batting average and a team-leading 33 RBI to go along with a .435 slugging percentage. Named to the All-Orange Empire Conference First Team. 2012 SEASON (Pima College): Played in 40 games, tallying 41 hits and a .333 batting average. Knocked in 20 RBI and scored 24 runs for head coach Jason Hisey. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Newport Harbor High School. Earned three varsity letters for head coach Patrick Murphy. Batted .455 in his senior year with three home runs and 10 doubles. Named to the All-Sunset League First Team and was the Newport Harbor Baseball MVP. PERSONAL: Born April 5, 1992.. A resource economics major with a minor in entrepreneurship...has three brothers, Bryce (37), Brent (35), and Preston (23) and two sisters, Lauren (38) and Paige (33).

Davey’s Career Hitting Statistics (at UConn) SEASON AVG 2014 .313 TOTAL .313

GP-GS AB 56 - 55 201 56 - 55 201

R H 48 63 48 63

2B 10 10

3B HR RBI TB 0 10 32 103 0 10 32 103

SLG% BB .512 30 .512 30

HBP 21 21

SO 53 53

GDP OB% 2 .452 2 .452

SF 0 0

SH SB-ATT 0 8 - 15 0 8 - 15

Davey’s Career Game Highs At-Bats....................................................................................................................................................... 7, vs. Temple (4/18/14) Runs Scored................................................................................................................................................................3, four times Hits......................................................................................................................................................................... 3, three times Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................ 1, 10 times Triples.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Home Runs.................................................................................................................................................................. 1, 10 Times Runs Batted In.................................................................................................................................................. 4, vs. Yale (4/2/14) Stolen Bases.................................................................................................................................................. 2, vs. Bryant (4/6/14)


25 Connor David | C

Senior | Cheshire, Conn. | Cheshire | 6’1 | 193 | L/R

2014 SEASON: Played in 21 games, starting 15...batted .215 with eight RBIs and eight runs scored...hit a three-run home run at La Salle (March 15)...went 2-for-4 with a run the next day at Villanova (March 16)...scored two runs at Quinnipiac (April 23)...notched a pinch-hit, two-run single in extra innings at Memphis (May 2)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2014 SUMMER: Played in 20 contests for the Worcester Bravehearts of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League...Worcester won the FCBL title in its first season in the league...batted .226 with three doubles, five runs scored and five RBIs in 53 at bats. 2013 SEASON: Saw action in 23 games, making 17 starts... Had 13 hits in 57 at-bats... Recorded the first extra-base hit of his career with a double against Texas Tech (Feb. 24)... Blasted one home run and drove in seven RBI... Recorded three hits and two RBI in five at-bats against Brown (April 10).. Finished the season with a 1.000 fielding percentage... Scored eight runs and registered 20 total bases. 2012 SEASON: Appeared in 25 games, starting 13...batted .333 which was second highest on the Huskies...recorded 20 hits and six runs batted in, in 60 at-bats...registered his first career hit against Lipscomb (March 4)... was 2-for-4 at West Virginia in his first multi-hit game (March 24)...went 2-for-5 with one RBI at Fairfield (April 17)...hit successfully in all eight games from March 3-April 7. 2012 SUMMER: Played in 30 games for the Mystic Schooners (NECBL)...picked up six RBI and hit one home run...signed with the Bourne Braves (CCBL) for the playoffs. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time varsity letterwinner for coach Bill Mrowka at Cheshire High School...team captain as a junior and senior...CHSCA All-Star and All-State junior and senior seasons...All-Southern Connecticut Conference and New Haven Register All-State as a senior...Record-Journal Scholar-Athlete 2010-11. PERSONAL: Connor Allen David...born: Jan. 3, 1993..son of Sandra and Allen David...has a sister, Samantha...economics major.

David’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG .333 .224 .215 .257

GP-GS AB 25 - 13 60 23 - 17 58 21 - 15 65 69 - 45 183

R 5 8 8 21

H 20 13 14 47

2B 0 4 1 5

3B HR RBI 0 0 6 0 1 7 0 1 8 0 2 21

TB 20 20 18 58

SLG% BB .333 4 .345 7 .277 4 .317 15

HBP 1 1 0 2

SO 11 17 12 40

GDP 2 0 1 3

OB% .385 .318 .261 .320

SF 0 0 0 0

SH SB-ATT 1 0-1 2 0-0 0 2-3 3 2-4

David’s Career Game Highs At-Bats....................................................................................................................................................... 6, vs. Temple (4/18/14) Runs Scored.......................................................................................................................................................................2, twice Hits..............................................................................................................................................................3, at Brown (4/10/13) Doubles...................................................................................................................................................................... 1, five times Triples.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Home Runs........................................................................................................................................................................1, twice Runs Batted In.............................................................................................................................................3, at La Salle (3/15/14) Stolen Bases......................................................................................................................................................................1, twice


23 Jordan Tabakman | RHP R-Senior | Pompton Plains, N.J. | UNC | 6’4 | 225 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Made 14 starts, with all but one coming on the weekend...finished with a 4-4 record and a 3.40 ERA in 76.2 innings...recorded 42 strikeouts against only 26 walks... struck out five in five innings of one-run ball vs. Wichita State (Feb. 21)...went 6.2 shutout innings at Florida (March 7)... followed with 6.1 scoreless vs. St. Peter’s (March 14)...grabbed his third win of the year with seven innings at Cincinnati (April 12), allowing a run on five hits...picked up the win vs. UCF (May 15) with six innings of three-run ball, striking out five. 2013 SEASON: Pitched in 22 games, making seven starts and earning six wins... Held an impressive 2.57 earned run average in 66.2 innings of work... Registered 40 strikeouts to go along with only 21 walks...Tied for the team lead with five saves... Earned the win in the BIG EAST Championship semifinal over Rutgers (May 25) with a 7.0 inning performance, allowing no earned runs on six hits and striking out a season-high six batters... Pitched nine innings against Oklahoma in the NCAA Blacksburg Regional (June 1), giving up three runs on eight hits, tossing 117 pitches... held opponents scoreless in 14 of 22 games. 2012 SEASON: Appeared in eight games, started five... posted a record of 3-1 and an ERA of 4.25... struck out 22 in 36 innings pitched... received the win, pitching five innings and giving up one earned run vs. Lipscomb (March 2)... pitched seven innings and gave up zero earned runs in a winning-effort at Pittsburgh (April 6). BEFORE UCONN: Attended the University of North CarolinaChapel Hill during 2010-11 academic year. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner under head coach Bill Arata at Pequannock Township High School...joined the school’s 100-Hit Club, while serving as a captain in his senior season...First Team All-State, All-County and All-Conference... helped team to 2009 state championship...Earned four varsity letters in basketball...team’s all-time leading scorer, second in school history behind sister Samantha. PERSONAL: Jordan Robert Tabakman...born April 17, 1992... son of Amy and Brian Tabakman...siblings are Samantha and Taylor...a communications major.

Tabakman’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA 2012 4.25 2013 2.57 2014 3.40 TOTAL 3.26

W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 3 - 1 8 - 5 0 0 0 6 - 2 22 - 7 0 0 5 4 - 4 14 - 14 0 0 0 13 - 7 44 - 26 0 0 5

IP 36.0 66.2 76.2 179.1

H 34 65 89 188

R 20 28 35 83

ER 17 19 29 65

BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 22 22 8 0 2 138 .246 4 5 4 1 3 21 40 8 1 2 259 .251 6 6 2 1 2 26 42 9 3 4 296 .301 5 10 1 2 4 69 104 25 4 8 693 .271 15 21 7 4 9

Tabakman’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched....................................................................................................................................... 9.0, vs. Oklahoma (6/1/13) Strikeouts..........................................................................................................................................................................6, twice


26 Jon Testani | OF

Senior | Monroe, Conn. | Masuk | 5’11 | 193 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Played in 37 games, including 20 starts...batted .243 with a .352 on base percentage...scored 11 runs with a home run, two doubles and seven RBIs...drew seven walks, was hit by six pitches and stole two bases...ended the year on a seven-game hitting streak.... picked up two RBIs vs. Rutgers (March 29)...secured a hit, an RBI and a run as a pinch-hitter at Cincinnati (April 13)...scored three runs vs. Rhode Island (May 13)...went 2-for-3 with a run vs. UCF (May 15)... had two more hits and a double vs. the Knights the next day...hit safely in each game of The American Championship, including a 3-for4, two-run performance with a solo home run in the win over No. 12 Houston (May 22)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2014 SUMMER: Played in 38 games for the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League... batted .282 with six doubles, two home runs and 14 RBIs...also scored 18 runs and stole seven bases, drawing 17 walks...finished the regular season with a .418 on-base percentage...posted a .364/.500/.545 slash line in the playoffs, helping the Sharks reach the FCBL championship game. 2013 SEASON: Saw action in 55 games, starting 43... Batted .189 with 28 hits... Recorded 11 extra base hits and one home run to go along with 21 RBI... Walked 23 times and held a .342 OBP... Recorded a hit and an RBI against Notre Dame (May 26) in the BIG EAST Championship game... recorded five multi-hit games, including a 3-4 performance against Sam Houston State (March 9) with a pair of doubles and four RBIs... Held a .980 fielding percentage. 2012 SEASON: Appeared in 37 games and started 32...posted a .267 batting average and recorded 32 hits on 120 at bats...scored 17 runs and had 21 runs batted in...drove in two runs and went 2-for-4 with a double in his first start at third base in a win over Yale (March 21)... went three-for-four with a RBI and two runs scored against Hartford (March 27)...went two-for-four with three runs batted in and a home run against Seton Hall (April 1)...delivered a clutch two-run, pinchhitdouble in a comeback win at Louisville (April 29)...named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2012 SUMMER: Batted .273 for the Southampton Breakers (ACBL)...hit nine home runs, scored 30 and drove in 36. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Masuk High school under head coach Ralph Franco...Named to the 2010 and 2011 All-State team as well as All-SWC 2009, 2010 and 2011 team...Conference MVP as a senior after leading the state with nine homeruns and 39 runs scored...Selected as the Connecticut Post All-Star Team MVP and New Haven Register All-Star Team. PERSONAL: Jonathan Taylor Testani...born July 20, 1993...son of Kim and Rick Testani...has a sister, Ashley...a finance major.

Testani’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS .267 37 - 32 .189 55 - 43 .243 37 - 20 .228 129 - 95

AB 120 148 74 342

R 17 26 11 54

H 32 28 18 78

2B 7 7 2 16

3B HR RBI TB 0 3 21 48 3 1 21 44 0 1 7 23 3 5 49 115

SLG% BB .400 9 .297 23 .311 7 .336 39

HBP SO GDP OB% 17 33 1 .397 12 56 2 .342 6 18 2 .352 35 107 5 .364

SF 0 1 1 2

SH SB-ATT 0 3-5 7 1-1 4 0-2 11 4-8

Testani’s Career Game Highs At-Bats.........................................................................................................................................................................5, six times Runs Scored.......................................................................................................................................................................3, twice Hits...........................................................................................................................................................................3, four times Doubles............................................................................................................................................... 2, at West Virginia (3/23/12) Triples...................................................................................................................................................................... 1, three times Home Runs................................................................................................................................................................1, Four Times Runs Batted In.......................................................................................................................................................... 3, three times Stolen Bases........................................................................................................................................ 2, at West Virginia (3/25/12)


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Eric Yavarone | OF

Senior | North Haven, Conn. | North Haven | 6’2 | 206 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Made 34 starts before missing the end of the season with an injury...batted .270 and drove in 15...scored 12 runs and clocked four doubles...drew eight walks and added four steals...went 3-for-5 with a game-winning RBI vs. Wichita State (Feb. 21)...had two hits and two RBIs vs. George Mason (Feb. 22)...went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run vs. Sacred Heart (March 11)...hit safely in all three trips and scored twice at Lipscomb (March 15)...had three hits and an RBI at Hartford (March 25)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2013 SEASON: Saw action in 57 games, starting in 56... Batted .275 with 60 hits... Blasted one home run and drove in 26 RBI... Recorded 8 steals in 11 attempts... Was 4-15 in the BIG EAST Championship, including a 2-5 performance against topseeded Louisville... Recorded at least one hit in every NCAA Blacksburg Regional game... Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll for the week of Feb. 25... Made his first career start at DH against Sam Houston State (March 9). 2012 SEASON: Appeared in all 59 games, the most all-time by a freshman, and started 56... posted a batting average of .270 in 211 at-bats... registered 57 hits, 23 runs scored, and 24 runs batted in...hit one home run and seven doubles... started career with an eight game hitting streak...recorded first hit in the first game with a double, going one-for-one with three walks and an RBI vs. Indiana (Feb. 17)...went two-forfour with a home run and two runs batted in vs. Xavier (Feb. 24)...had a season-high three hits in five at bats at West Virginia (March 24). 2012 SUMMER: Batted .263 in 38 games with the Mystic Schooners (NECBL)...hit three home runs, scored 19 runs and drove in 13, while hitting seven doubles... named a NECBL All-Star...finished the summer in four games for the Falmouth Commodores (CCBL). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at North Haven High School under head coach Bob DeMayo...All-Southern Connecticut Conference and CHSCA and New Haven Register All-State...two-year team captain and MVP...Perfect Game Second Team All-Northeast as a senior...also played two years of varsity basketball. PERSONAL: Eric M. Yavarone...born July 28, 1993...son of Ann Marie and Louis Yavarone...has a sister, Jacquelyn...an exercise science major.

Yavarone’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2012 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .270 59 - 56 211 .275 57 - 56 218 .270 35 - 34 137 .272 151 - 146 566

R 23 22 12 57

H 2B 57 7 60 5 37 4 154 16

3B HR RBI TB 1 1 24 69 1 1 26 70 0 0 15 41 2 2 65 180

SLG% .327 .321 .299 .318

BB 13 16 8 37

HBP 6 2 1 9

SO 30 34 22 86

GDP 4 3 1 8

OB% .330 .331 .309 .325

SF 0 0 3 3

SH SB-ATT 5 0-3 5 8 - 11 3 4-5 13 12 - 19

Yavarone’s Career Game Highs At-Bats..............................................................................................................................................................................6, twice Runs Scored................................................................................................................................................................ 2, five times Hits.............................................................................................................................................................................3, six times Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................ 1, 16 times Triples...............................................................................................................................................................................1, twice Home Runs........................................................................................................................................................................1, twice Runs Batted In.............................................................................................................................................. 4, at Bryant (4/24/13) Stolen Bases................................................................................................................................................................. 1, 12 times


1

Bryan Daniello | INF

Junior | Norwalk, Conn. | Brien McMahon | 5’10 | 165 | L/R

2014 SEASON: Played 56 games, starting 55...finished the year with a .274 average, .369 on-base percentage and .384 slugging percentage...cracked 12 doubles, three triples and two home runs...tied for the team-high with 21 multi-hit games...posted three hits in a game on four occasions...also drew 26 walks and stole eight bases...went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs vs. Harvard (March 18)...went 2-for3 with a home run and scored a season-high three runs vs. Brown (April 9)...was 2-for-5 with two runs, a triple and three RBIs at Cincinnati (April 13)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs vs. Rhode Island (May 13)...went 2-for-4 with three RBIs vs. UCF (May 15). 2014 SUMMER: Played 31 contests for the Battle Creek Bombers in the Northwoods League...batted .217 for the Bombers, adding 11 runs scored, six RBIs and five stolen bases in 92 at-bats...also took a turn on the mound, tossing 0.2 scoreless innings with a strikeout on July 3. 2013 SEASON: Played in 52 games, making 49 starts... Finished the year with a .209 batting average, registering 34 hits in 163 at-bats... Recorded nine extra-base hits, including a grand slam against Yale (April 3)... Swiped eight bases in 12 attempts... held a .920 fielding percentage and recorded 41 put-outs to go along with 62 assists... Finished sixth on the team with 24 RBI and fourth among the freshmen with a .360 OBP... struck out 45 times to go along with 31 walks... recorded five multi-hit games, including a 4-for-5 performance against Presbyterian College (March 16). HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach John Cross at Brien McMahon...was the 2011 and 2012 FCIAC Player of the Year and received Class LL First Team All-State honors in 2011 and 2012...was the 2012 Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year as well as the 2012 Norwalk Sportsman of the Year...2011 and 2012 New Haven Register All-State, All-Area and 2012 MVP. PERSONAL: Bryan Thomas Daniello. Born: Jan. 21, 1994. Parents: Tony and Cheryl Daniello. Siblings: Anthony and Heather...a communications major with a minor in entrepreneurship.

Daniello’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .209 52 - 49 163 .274 56 - 55 219 .246 108 - 104 382

R H 31 34 32 60 63 94

2B 6 12 18

3B HR RBI TB 1 2 24 48 3 2 26 84 4 4 50 132

SLG% .294 .384 .346

BB 31 26 57

HBP 8 7 15

SO 45 30 75

GDP 2 5 7

OB% .360 .369 .365

SF 1 0 1

SH SB-ATT 3 8 - 12 5 9 - 17 8 17 - 29

Daniello’s Career Game Highs At-Bats....................................................................................................................................................... 7, vs. Temple (4/18/14) Runs Scored.......................................................................................................................................................................3, twice Hits...........................................................................................................................................................................3, four times Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................ 1, 18 times Triples........................................................................................................................................................................1, four times Home Runs.................................................................................................................................................................1, four times Runs Batted In...................................................................................................................................................................4, twice Stolen Bases......................................................................................................................................................................2, twice


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Nico Darras | RHP/UT

Junior | Laguna Beach, Calif. | CS Fullerton | 6’2 | 202 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Played in 41 games, making 29 starts, primarily at designated hitter...batted .241 with 10 RBIs, nine runs scored and seven doubles...also drew nine walks and was hit by a pitch eight times...went 2-for-4 with an RBI double and a run vs. Auburn (Feb. 16)...batted .550 (11-for-20) over a seven-game hit streak from April 21-May 2...went 3-for5 with an RBI at UMass (April 29)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2013 SEASON (Cal St. Fullerton): Appeared in nine games and made one start...batted .250 (3-for-12), scoring two runs and driving in two runs...batted 1-for-2 with a RBI single at USC (March 6) and scored two runs while also driving in a run against Pacific (March 30). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity starter at JSerra Catholic High School...Nominated as West Coast Powerade Player of the Year in 2012...2012 Under Armour Preseason All-American... Honored as Orange County All-Star in 2012... Finished career with .995 fielding percentage... Ranked as No. 77 overall player in California by Perfect Game. PERSONAL: Born in Pomona, Calif... Parents are Frank and Marleen Darras... Has one older sister, Natasha, who was a member of the women’s golf team at the University of Missouri...a women’s gender and sexuality studies major.

Darras’ Career Hitting Statistics (at UConn) SEASON AVG 2014 .241 TOTAL .241

GP-GS AB 41 - 29 112 41 - 29 112

R 9 9

H 27 27

2B 7 7

3B HR RBI 0 0 10 0 0 10

TB 34 34

SLG% BB .304 9 .304 9

HBP 8 8

SO 9 9

GDP OB% 1 .338 1 .338

SF 1 1

SH SB-ATT 1 0-0 1 0-0

Darras’ Career Game Highs At-Bats..................................................................................................................................................................... 5, three times Runs Scored...................................................................................................................................................... 2, vs. Yale (4/2/14) Hits..............................................................................................................................................................3, at UMass (4/29/14) Doubles................................................................................................................................................................... 1, seven times Triples.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Home Runs................................................................................................................................................................................... Runs Batted In.............................................................................................................................................................. 1, 10 times Stolen Bases.................................................................................................................................................................................


2

Max McDowell | C

Junior | North Huntingdon. Pa. | Norwin | 6’1 | 208 | R/R

2014 All-Conference First Team 2014 SEASON: All-Conference First Team...played in 50 games, starting 48...batted .275 with a .376 on-base percentage, finishing second on the team with 34 RBIs...added nine doubles, a triple and a home run...stole three bases, drew 22 walks and scored 22 runs...was 19-for-55 throwing out attempted base stealers, good for a 34.5 caught stealing rate... batted .409 with runners in scoring position...went 2-for-5 with an RBI at Florida (March 9)...was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs vs. St. Peter’s (March 14)...picked up three hits and two RBIs vs. Central Connecticut (March 19)...went 2-for-3 with three RBIs vs. Brown (April 9)...had a triple, two runs and two RBIs at Cincinnati (April 13)...had a career day, going 4-for-5 with a double, two runs and five RBIs, at Memphis (May 4)...named to The American weekly honor roll on May 5...went 2-for-4 with a home run, two runs and three RBIs vs. UCF (May 15)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2013 SEASON: Saw action in 54 games, making 47 starts... Ended the year with a .254 batting average in 171 at-bats... Finished second on the team with four home runs... held an impressive .365 OBP as he struck out just 23 times while drawing 19 walks... Tied for fourth in the BIG EAST with 15 runners caught stealing... Stole six bases in eight attempts... Recorded three hits in 14 at-bats in the BIG EAST Championship... Recorded a career high three hits against Villanova (April 14) to go along with two RBI... Hit his first career home run against Seton Hall (March 30). HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Mike Liebdzinski at Norwin High School...earned All-Section honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...helped the team to four straight section championships...WPIAL Player of the Year as a junior...set Norwin career record for batting averages at .560...named to the 2012 WPIAL All-Star Team. PERSONAL: Maxwell Robert McDowell. Born: Jan. 12, 1994. Parents: Bob and Linda McDowell. Siblings: Alex and Maddie...a management major.

McDowell’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS .259 54 - 47 .275 50 - 48 .267 104 - 95

AB 170 182 352

R H 22 44 22 50 44 94

2B 2 9 11

3B HR RBI TB 0 4 25 58 1 1 34 64 1 5 59 122

SLG% .341 .352 .347

BB 19 22 41

HBP 11 8 19

SO 23 18 41

GDP 2 2 4

OB% .366 .376 .371

SF 2 1 3

SH SB-ATT 3 6-8 4 3-7 7 9 - 15

McDowell’s Career Game Highs At-Bats..................................................................................................................................................................... 6, three times Runs Scored.......................................................................................................................................................................3, twice Hits............................................................................................................................................................ 4, at Memphis (5/4/14) Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................ 1, 11 times Triples...................................................................................................................................................... 1, at Cincinnati (4/13/14) Home Runs................................................................................................................................................................. 1, five times Runs Batted In............................................................................................................................................. 5, at Memphis (5/4/14) Stolen Bases...............................................................................................................................................................1, nine times


11

Bobby Melley | 1B

Junior | Barnstable, Mass. | Boston College HS | 6’3 | 235 | L/R

2014 All-Conference First Team 2014 SEASON: NEIBA New England Player of the Year and First Team All-New England...All-Conference First Team...played in all 58 games, starting 57...led The American with a .359 batting average and .475 on-base percentage...also finished among the conference leaders and tops on UConn with 75 hits, 16 doubles and 47 RBIs...drew 31 walks, was hit by 17 pitches and cracked four home runs and a triple... finished the year with a .502 slugging percentage...posted 21 multihit games, 11 games of at least three hits and 14 multi-RBI games... batted .407 over the final 45 games of the year, including a 30-game stretch from March 14-April 27 in which he hit .459...went 3-for-4 with two RBIs vs. George Mason (Feb. 22)...went 4-for-5 with two RBIs vs. St. Peter’s (March 14)...went 2-for-4 with three runs, a home run and two RBIs at La Salle (March 15)...went 6-for-8 in consecutive midweek games against Harvard (March 18) and Central Connecticut (March 19)...went 4-for-5 with six RBIs and a home run in two games against Rutgers (March 29)...named to The American weekly honor roll on March 24 and March 31...went 7-for-13 with four RBIs in a threegame set at Cincinnati (April 11-13)...went 3-for-4 against Houston (May 10)...was 3-for-5 with two runs vs. UCF (May 16)...hit safely in all three games at The American Championship, including a two-run single vs. Temple (May 24). 2014 SUMMER: Spent the summer with the Hyannis Harbor Hawks in the Cape Cod Baseball League...played in 30 games for the Harbor Hawks...batted .231 with seven doubles and 20 RBIs, tied for third on the team...also scored eight runs and added three stolen bases. 2013 SEASON: Named to the All-Regional Team for his performance in the NCAA Blacksburg Regional... Started all 63 games for the Huskies, recording a .283 batting average in 240 at-bats... Recorded 28 RBI and 81 total bases... Walked 25 times and struck out just 31 times... First in the BIG EAST with 600 chances and 558 putouts in the field... held a .988 fielding percentage... Went 4-15 in the BIG EAST Championship, including two hits against Notre Dame (May 26)... Registered seven hits in 14 at-bats in NCAA Regional action, including two RBI and two runs scored. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Norm Walsh at Boston College High School, winning three Catholic Conference Championships...served as two-time team captain and earned 2011 and 2012 ESPN All-State First Team honors...was a 2012 Perfect Game All-American Honorable Mention...career .405 hitter... three-time Catholic Conference All-Star and two-time batting champion...named to the 2012 Boston Herald Dream Team and twice and All-Scholastic selection. PERSONAL: Robert Emmett Melley. Born: April 10, 1994. Parents: Bob and Ann Marie Melley. Siblings: Kara, Kristie, Allison, and Ryan...a communications major.

Melley’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .283 63 - 63 240 .359 58 - 57 209 .318 121 - 120 449

R H 2B 23 68 9 32 75 16 55 143 25

3B HR RBI TB 2 0 28 81 1 4 47 105 3 4 75 186

SLG% .338 .502 .414

BB 25 31 56

HBP 9 17 26

SO 31 19 50

GDP 5 4 9

OB% .371 .475 .421

SF 1 2 3

SH SB-ATT 3 0-0 1 2-2 4 2-2

Melley’s Career Game Highs At-Bats.......................................................................................................................................................7, vs. Indiana (2/16/13) Runs Scored.................................................................................................................................................3, at La Salle (3/15/14) Hits..................................................................................................................................................................................4, twice Doubles.............................................................................................................................................................................2, twice Triples...................................................................................................................................................................... 1, three times Home Runs.................................................................................................................................................................1, four times Runs Batted In............................................................................................................................................4, vs. Rutgers (3/29/14) Stolen Bases......................................................................................................................................................................1, twice


8

Devin Over | RHP/UT

R-Junior | Windsor, Conn. | Windsor | 6’1 | 211 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Was among UConn’s most effective relief pitchers, appearing out of the pen 22 times and posting a 2.05 ERA and a save in 26.1 innings...had the best ERA of any Husky with more than 10 innings pitched...struck out 17 and held opponents to a .250 batting average against, allowing only two extra base hits, both doubles...didn’t allow a run in 17-of-22 outings...also pinch-ran twice and scored a run...struck out two in two scoreless innings vs. Sacred Heart (March 11)... didn’t allow a run in two innings at No. 17 Louisville (April 25)...came on with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth and struck out the lone batter he faced to pick up the save at Memphis (May 2)...closed the year with two scoreless innings vs. Temple at The American Championship (May 24). 2014 SUMMER: Tossed 37 innings over 22 outings for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League...held a 2.50 ERA in the NWL regular season...struck out 26 against 16 walks...recorded a save for Madison...made one start, allowing two hits in five scoreless innings to pick up a win on July 30...participated in the NWL’s ‘Big League Dreams’ Showcase. 2013 SEASON: Redshirted 2012 SEASON: Appeared in 16 games, pitched in five... recorded two at bats and scored five runs...posted an ERA of 1.69 in 5.1 innings pitched. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of varsity baseball at Windsor High School for coach Joe Serfass...honor as an All-State selection, while serving as a team captain in 2011...an AllCentral Connecticut Conference selection in 2010 and 2011... named to the Northeast All-Region First Team by Rawlings in 2011. PERSONAL: Devin Ryan Over. Born: June 1, 1993. Parents: Celeste and Kevin Over. Sibling: Sydree...a history major.

Over’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2012 1.69 0 - 0 5 - 0 0 0 0 5.1 5 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 22 .227 0 0 0 0 0 2013 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -2014 2.05 0 - 1 22 - 0 0 0 1 26.1 24 7 6 14 17 2 0 0 96 .250 1 2 1 2 3 TOTAL 1.99 0 - 1 27 - 0 0 0 1 31.2 29 8 7 15 19 4 0 0 118 .246 1 2 1 2 3 Over’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched...................................................................................................................................................... 2.0, seven times Strikeouts...................................................................................................................................................................2, five times


9

Vinny Siena | INF

Junior | Woodbridge, Conn. | Amity | 5’10 | 192 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Played in 52 games, all starts...batted .231 with two home runs, nine doubles and 25 RBIs...also added 20 runs, 10 walks and six stolen bases...opened the year on a 13-game hitting streak...recorded 11 multi-hit games...went 2-for-5 with three runs and two RBIs vs. George Mason (Feb. 22)...posted three hits vs. Illinois (Feb. 23)...had five hits in three games at Florida (March 7-9)...hit a home run and notched four RBIs vs. Sacred Heart (March 11)...went 3-for4 with a run at USF (March 22)...had a 2-for-4 day with two runs, a home run and two RBIs at Cincinnati (April 12)...drove in three runs at Memphis (May 4)...had a two-run double in the win over No. 12 Houston at The American Championship (May 22). 2014 SUMMER: Played in 31 contests for the North Adams SteepleCats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League...batted .213 for North Adams with six doubles, 16 RBIs and 13 runs scored...also drew 13 walks and stole six bases. 2013 SEASON: Started all 63 games for the Huskies... Was one of just two Connecticut players to record a batting average above .300 (.302)... Tied for seventh in the BIG EAST with 77 hits... Ranked second on the team with 35 RBI... Tied for third in the BIG EAST with eight sacrifice flies... Was second among the freshmen with a .369 OBP... Recorded a five hit game against Central Connecticut (March 13)... Batted 4-5 at the plate with an RBI against Notre Dame in the BIG EAST Championship game (May 26)... Recorded at least one hit every NCAA Regional game... recorded 21 multi-hit games... Reached base safely in the first 15 games of the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Sal Coppola at Amity Regional High School...served as team captain as a senior and earned 1st Team All-State honors as a junior and senior...was the New Haven Register MVP as a junior...garnered All-SCC honors three times and helped lead team to the 2012 SCC Championshp. PERSONAL: Vincent Siena. Born: Dec. 24, 1993. Parents: Vincent and Debbie Siena. Siblings: Nadia...a sociology major.

Siena’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .302 63 - 63 255 .231 52 - 52 216 .270 115 - 115 471

R H 2B 31 77 7 20 50 9 51 127 16

3B HR RBI TB 1 1 35 89 0 2 25 65 1 3 60 154

SLG% .349 .301 .327

BB 29 10 39

HBP 3 3 6

SO 50 21 71

GDP 6 2 8

OB% .369 .273 .327

SF 8 2 10

SH SB-ATT 1 8 - 12 5 6-9 6 14 - 21

Siena’s Career Game Highs At-Bats.......................................................................................................................................................8, vs. Indiana (2/16/13) Runs Scored.......................................................................................................................................3, vs. George Mason (2/22/14) Hits.....................................................................................................................................................4, vs. Notre Dame (5/26/13) Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................ 1, 16 times Triples....................................................................................................................................................... 1, vs. Fairfield (4/16/13) Home Runs............................................................................................................................................................... 1, three times Runs Batted In...................................................................................................................................................................4, twice Stolen Bases............................................................................................................................................... 2, at Hartford (3/25/14)


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Max Slade | RHP

R-Junior | Cheshire, Conn. | Cheshire | 6’0 | 180 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Made 21 appearances out of the bullpen, holding a 3.04 ERA in 26.2 innings pitched...struck out 21 against 17 walks...didn’t allow a run in 16-of-21 outings... notched a 0.66 ERA over his first 11 outings...struck out three in 1.1 scoreless innings at Lipscomb (March 1)...fanned three in two no-hit innings vs. Central Connecticut (March 19)... struck out two in a perfect inning vs. Yale (April 2)...worked a pair of scoreless innings in two games at Memphis (May 3-4)... went a season-high 3.2 innings against UCF (May 16). 2014 SUMMER: Made three appearances for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League before finishing his summer in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League with the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks...helped Martha’s Vineyard reach the FCBL Championship...made 14 overall appearances for the Sharks with four starts, compiling a 2-2 record and a 3.41 ERA in 37.0 innings pitched...fanned 39 against 13 walks for the Sharks...opposing hitters mustered only a .528 OPS against Slade in the regular season...got the start in the FCBL title game and didn’t allow an earned run in six innings, surrendering four hits and striking out six. 2013 SEASON: Appeared in 12 games for the Huskies, including one start... Registered a 3.80 earned run average in 21.1 innings of work... Struck out six batters and allowed six walks... held opponents without a run in seven of 12 appearances... started against Holy Cross (May 1), going a seasonhigh 4.0 innings, allowing no runs on one hit... Tallied a season-high two strikeouts against Rhode Island (May 14) in 1.2 innings of work. 2012: Redshirted. 2012 SUMMER: Pitched in eight games out of the bullpen for the Mystic Schooners (NECBL)...struck out nine batters in 11 innings of work. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years of varsity baseball for head coach Bill Mrowka at Cheshire High School...served as team captain as a senior and led team to Southern Connecticut Conference title...earned All-Area recognition from 2009-11... named team MVP in junior season...earned four varsity letters on the football team...named team MVP and was an All-State selection as a senior...helped team to Class LL State Championship. PERSONAL: Max Wilson Slade. Born: July 8, 1992. Parents: Heidi and Kevin Slade. Siblings: Connor and Kirsten...a sociology major.

Slade’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2013 3.80 1 - 0 12 - 1 0 0 0 21.1 15 9 9 6 6 4 1 1 70 .214 2 5 0 1 3 2014 3.04 2 - 2 21 - 0 0 0 0 26.2 30 16 9 17 21 8 0 1 107 .280 9 5 1 0 3 TOTAL 3.38 3 - 2 33 - 1 0 0 0 48.0 45 25 18 23 27 12 1 2 177 .254 11 10 1 1 6 Slade’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched........................................................................................................................................... 4.0, Holy Cross (5/1/13) Strikeouts......................................................................................................................................................................... 3, twice


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Jack Sundberg | OF

Junior | Mansfield, Conn. | Avon Old Farms | 5’11 | 185 | L/R

Weekly Honor Roll (February 24) 2014 SEASON: Played in all but one game, starting the final 57 contests of the 2014 season in center field...batted .270 with a .364 on-base percentage...led UConn with 27 stolen bases and 34 walks...scored 37 runs and drove in 16, adding three doubles and a triple...recorded 15 multi-hit games, in which the Huskies went 12-3...finished the year with a .994 fielding percentage, comitting one error in 169 chances...went 8-for-13 with three runs and three RBIs over three games at the Baseball at the Beach Tournament to earn a nod on The American Weekly Honor Roll (Feb. 24)...went 3-for-6 with an RBI and two steals at Lipscomb (Feb. 28)...notched three hits, two runs and two steals vs. Harvard (March 18)...was 3-for-3 with three RBIs and two steals vs. Central Connecticut (April 21)...had eight steals over a five-game stretch from April 27May 4...scored a season-high three runs at Memphis (May 4) and again vs. Rhode Island (May 13)...went 3-for-5 with two runs and a steal vs. UCF (May 15). 2014 SUMMER: Made 41 appearances for Laconia Muskrats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League...hit .236 in the regular season with six doubles and a triple...scored 14 runs and added seven RBIs... finished second in the NECBL with 19 stolen bases. 2013 SEASON: Played in 27 games for the Huskies, making 14 starts... Batted .188 with nine hits in 48 at-bats...Drove in three runs and recorded a total of 10 bases... Stole five bases in six chances... Recorded a three-hit game against Sam Houston State (March 9) to go along with a run scored... Held a .950 fielding percentage. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Rob Dowling at Avon Old Farms...served as team captain and received the 2012 Juan Nieves Baseball Player Award...played four seasons of varsity football and basketball serving as team captain and earning MVP honors from both teams...earned All-New England Class A football honors and received honorable mention in basketball...was a Jennings Cup Class Athlete for 2012 and received the Murray Cup Athlete Award for 2011. PERSONAL: Jack Scully Sundberg. Born: July 21, 1993. Parents: Jack and Kathleen Sundberg. Siblings: Lindsay, Kelley, and Maggie...a human development and family studies and human rights double major

Sundberg’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON 2013 2014 TOTAL

AVG .188 .270 .256

GP-GS AB 27 - 14 48 57 - 57 222 84 - 71 270

R H 7 9 37 60 44 69

2B 1 3 4

3B HR RBI 0 0 3 1 0 16 1 0 19

TB 10 65 75

SLG% BB .208 8 .293 34 .278 42

HBP 0 0 0

SO 19 40 59

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .304 .364 .354

SF 0 2 2

SH SB-ATT 2 5-6 5 27 - 34 7 32 - 40

Sundberg’s Career Game Highs At-Bats..................................................................................................................................................................... 6, three times Runs Scored.............................................................................................................................................................. 3, three times Hits.............................................................................................................................................................................3, six times Doubles......................................................................................................................................................................1, four times Triples....................................................................................................................................... 1, vs. Central Connecticut (4/21/14) Home Runs................................................................................................................................................................................... Runs Batted In........................................................................................................................... 3, vs. Central Connecticut (4/21/14) Stolen Bases............................................................................................................................................................ 2, seven times


30 Callahan Brown | RHP

R-Sophomore | Jupiter, Fla. | Miss. St. | 6’3 | 213 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Made seven appearances, including two starts after transferring from Mississippi State...posted a 5.02 ERA in 14.1 innings with eight strikeouts against seven walks...held opponents to a .212 batting average against...tossed two scoreless innings in his first career appearance vs. Yale (April 2)...picked up his first win in his first start at UMass (April 22), allowing two earned runs and fanning four in 5.1 innings...did not allow a run in four of his five relief appearances...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2014 SUMMER: Tossed 45 innings over 14 appearances for the Kenosha Kingfish of the Northwoods Leauge...made four starts on the hill for Kenosha... recorded a 3-1 record with a 4.00 ERA...held a 35:13 strikeout-to-walk ratio...went at least five innings and allowed one run or less in three of his four starts 2013 SEASON (at Mississippi State): Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starting pitcher who played at three schools in two states over his four-year prep career... After moving to Florida from Rhode Island, he pitched in 2011 and 2012 at Jupiter (Fla.) High School... Coached by Doug Ferguson (2011) and Andy Mook (2012)... Compiled a 3-4 record and a 2.70 earned run average for the Warriors his senior campaign and was named a Dick Howser All-Star... Registered 43 strikeouts in 30 innings pitched en route to Honorable mention 2012 Rawlings All-Florida Region accolades... Carded a 3-0 worksheet with a 1.80 earned run average and helped the 22-4 Warriors capture conference and district championships in 2011. PERSONAL: Born Callahan Thomas Brown on May 31, 1994 in Providence, R.I... Son of Beth and Jason Brown of Jupiter, Fla...a real estate and urban economics major.

Brown’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2014 5.02 1 - 1 7 - 2 0 0 0 14.1 TOTAL 5.02 1 - 1 7 - 2 0 0 0 14.1

H R ER 11 10 8 11 10 8

BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 7 8 3 0 1 52 .212 5 1 0 0 1 7 8 3 0 1 52 .212 5 1 0 0 1

Brown’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched............................................................................................................................................ 5.1, at UMass (4/22/14) Strikeouts......................................................................................................................................................4, at UMass (4/22/14)


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Griffin Garabedian | OF

Sophomore | Hamden, Conn. | Notre Dame (CT) | 5’11 | 178 | L/R

2014 Season: Made 14 starts in 26 total games...batted .196 with a .305 on base percentage...went 1-for-3 with an RBI vs. Auburn (Feb. 16)...batted .400 (4-for10) in three starts during a conference series at Cincinnati, hitting his first home run in a 2-for-3 day in game two of the set (April 12)...went 2-for-5 vs. Temple (April 18). 2014 SUMMER: Part of a large UConn contingent on the Nashua Silver Knights of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League...played in 43 games for the Silver Knights...finished the summer with 14 runs scored, four doubles, two triples and 13 stolen bases. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-State, All-Area, and AllDistrict honors... senior year captain... part of the 2011 state championship team... member of the National Honors Society and the Spanish Honors Society. PERSONAL: Born March 13, 1995... an exploratory major... brother of Brett (23).

Garabedian’s Career Hitting Statistics (at UConn) SEASON AVG 2014 .196 TOTAL .196

GP-GS 26 - 14 26 - 14

AB 51 51

R 6 6

H 10 10

2B 1 1

3B HR RBI 0 1 5 0 1 5

TB 14 14

SLG% BB .275 7 .275 7

HBP 1 1

SO 13 13

GDP OB% 0 .305 0 .305

SF 0 0

SH SB-ATT 0 3-3 0 3-3

Garabedian’s Career Game Highs At-Bats..............................................................................................................................................................................5, twice Runs Scored.............................................................................................................................................. 2, at Cincinnati (4/13/14) Hits..................................................................................................................................................................................2, twice Doubles.................................................................................................................................................... 1, at Cincinnati (4/11/14) Triples.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Home Runs............................................................................................................................................... 1, at Cincinnati (4/12/14) Runs Batted In.......................................................................................................................................... 2, at Cincinnati (4/12/14) Stolen Bases............................................................................................................................................................. 1, three times


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Aaron Hill | INF

Sophomore | Groton, Conn. | Fitch | 5’11 | 172 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Started the first 30 games of the season at shortstop, finishing the year with 38 starts in 44 games...batted .200 with a .331 on-base percentage, 17 runs scored and 10 RBIs...also drew 18 walks and notched six steals...went 1-for-2 with two runs scored vs. George Mason (Feb. 22)...went 1-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs, including the go-ahead run, in an extra inning win at Lipscomb (Feb. 28)...picked up his first three-hit game vs. Sacred Heart (March 11)...went a combined 5-for-8 with four runs scored and three RBIs at La Salle (March 15) and at Villanova (March 16)... went 2-for-4 with an RBI vs. Bryant (April 4)...picked up an RBI in the win over No. 12 Houston at The American Championship (May 22). 2014 SUMMER: Played in 42 overall games for his hometown Mystic Schooners of the New England Collegiate Baseball League...an NECBL All Star...finished 11th in the league with a .326 average... cracked nine doubles, a triple and three home runs... scored 19 runs, drove in 21 and drew 17 walks...stole nine bases and was among the top-10 in the NECBL with 44 hits. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Fitch High School... 2012 and 2013 New Haven Register All-State team... First Team All-ECC all-star... 2011 and 2013 New London Day All-Area Team. 2011 and 2013 Fitch High School Team MVP. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, 1995... an exploratory major... Has two sisters, Cydney (20) and Davettia (30).

Hill’s Career Hitting Statistics SEASON AVG 2014 .200 TOTAL .200

GP-GS AB 44 - 38 125 44 - 38 125

R H 17 25 17 25

2B 0 0

3B HR RBI 0 0 10 0 0 10

TB 25 25

SLG% BB .200 18 .200 18

HBP 7 7

SO 34 34

GDP OB% 1 .331 1 .331

SF 1 1

SH SB-ATT 3 6-9 3 6-9

Hill’s Career Game Highs At-Bats..................................................................................................................................................................... 5, three times Runs Scored................................................................................................................................................................ 2, five times Hits..................................................................................................................................................................................3, twice Doubles........................................................................................................................................................................................ Triples.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Home Runs................................................................................................................................................................................... Runs Batted In...................................................................................................................................................................2, twice Stolen Bases.................................................................................................................................................................1, six times


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Anthony Kay | LHP

Sophomore | Stony Brook, N.Y. | Ward Melville | 6’0 | 187 | L/L

2014 SEASON: Made 18 appearances on the mound, including eight weekend starts...was effective as both as a starter and reliever...finished 5-4 with a 3.49 ERA in 67.0 innings, fanning 56 and picking up a pair of saves... was particularly efficient out of the bullpen, making 10 relief appearances and posting a 1.57 ERA in 23.0 innings...set the UConn single-season record with eighth pickoffs...earned his first career win in a brilliant bullpen outing vs. Wichita State (Feb. 21), fanning seven in four shutout innings...allowed one run in four innings at Florida (March 9)...made his first start at USF (March 21) and struck out six in five innings of one-run ball... picked up a win after allowing two runs in six innings at Cincinnati (April 13)...also tossed six innings of tworun ball for a win at Memphis (May 4)...tied his longest career outing with 6.2 innings vs. Houston (May 11), allowing one run and striking out seven...went two innings and picked up his first save against UCF (May 15)... earned the win out of the pen against the Knights the next day, striking out one in a scoreless inning...recorded an 11-out save with 3.2 scoreless innings against No. 12 Houston at The American Championship (May 22). 2014 SUMMER: Made 15 appearances, including two starts, for the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League...finished with a 2-2 record and a 2.74 ERA in 39.1 innings...struck out 24 against 17 walks...also recorded a save...had one of the most dominant performances of the summer on July 25, allowing two hits in eight innings to pick up a win at Cotuit...held opponents to a .623 OPS overall. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ward Melville High in East Setauket, N.Y.... earned All-County honors twice... earned All-Long Island honors... finished junior year season with a 0.00 ERA... recipient of the 2012 Paul Gibson award, given to the best pitcher in Long Island... drafted in the 29th round by the New York Mets. PERSONAL: Born March 21, 1995... an exploratory major... three older siblings, Jennifer, Bobby, and Kerri Lynn.

Kay’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2014 3.49 5 - 4 18 - 8 0 0 2 67.0 TOTAL 3.49 5 - 4 18 - 8 0 0 2 67.0

H R ER 62 31 26 62 31 26

BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 40 56 13 1 3 241 .257 10 8 2 4 9 40 56 13 1 3 241 .257 10 8 2 4 9

Kay’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched............................................................................................................................................................... 6.2, twice Strikeouts......................................................................................................................................................................... 7, twice


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Ryan Radue | RHP

R-Soph. | Appleton, Wis. | Fox Valley Lutheran | 6’5 | 202 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Held a 2.51 ERA in 12 relief appearances, striking out 10 in 14.1 innings...didn’t allow an earned run in 10 of 12 outings, including his final nine... struck out four in three scoreless innings vs. Rutgers (March 28)...allowed only a hit in two clean frames vs. Yale (April 2)...struck out one in a scoreless inning vs. UCF at The American Championship (May 21)...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. 2014 SUMMER: Pitched in 11 games for the Lakeshore Chinooks of the Northwoods League... Lakeshore won the Northwoods League title and was named the Perfect Game Summer Team of the Year... Radue tossed 21.2 innings and held a 4.15 ERA...allowed 16 hits and stymied opponents to a .198 batting average against. 2013 SEASON: Appeared twice out of the bullpen, tossing 2.1 innings of scoreless relief for the Huskies... Registered one strikeout and two walks... held opponents to a .222 batting average... Tossed an inning against Yale (April 3), giving up just one hit. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Dave Kolander at Fox Valley Lutheran...earned unanimous Conference MVP honors and set school records for innings pitched, strikeouts in a season, and wins in a season...played two seasons of varsity football and was 2nd Team All-Conference. PERSONAL: Ryan Mark Radue. Born: May 11, 1994. Parents: Mark and Joan Radue. Siblings: Abby...an accounting major.

Radue’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2013 0.00 0 - 0 2 - 0 0 0 0 2.1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 9 .222 1 0 0 0 0 2014 2.51 0 - 0 12 - 0 0 0 0 14.1 12 6 4 10 10 4 0 0 51 .235 1 3 0 1 1 TOTAL 2.16 0 - 0 14 - 0 0 0 0 16.2 14 6 4 12 11 4 0 0 60 .233 2 3 0 1 1

Radue’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched.........................................................................................................................................3.0, vs. Rutgers (3/28/14) Strikeouts...................................................................................................................................................4, vs. Rutgers (3/28/14)


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Patrick Ruotolo | RHP

Soph. | Peabody, Mass. | Peabody Veterans Memorial| 5’10 | 218 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Was a consistent presence out of the bullpen during his rookie campaign, holding a 2.86 ERA in 44.0 innings, making 25 appearances...was the lone Husky to average more than a strikeout per inning, fanning 49 against 23 walks...registered a pair of saves, both nine-out performances...held opponents to a .239 batting average against...had at least one strikeout in 21 of his outings...was particularly dominant over 14 appearances from March 14-April 27, holding a 1.07 ERA with 32 strikeouts against nine walks in 25.1 innings during the run...struck out four and didn’t allow a hit in three scoreless innings at Lipscomb (Feb. 28)...fanned three in 1.2 innings at Villanova (March 16)...struck out six in three scoreless innings at Boston College (April 1)...allowed a run in a career-high 4.1 innings vs. Stony Brook (April 5)...registered his first career save with a dominant three-inning, one-hit, seven-strikeout performance at Northeastern (April 8)...struck out four in four perfect innings over two games vs. Temple (April 17-19)...threw two scoreless innings at Louisville (April 27)...fired two clean frames against UCF (May 15). 2014 SUMMER: Pitched in 17 overall games for the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League... posted an overall ERA of 2.28 with 31 strikeouts against 13 walks in 27.2 innings...also notched three saves for Brewster...struck out five in 3.2 innings in a playoff game on Aug. 6 HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Peabody Veterans Memorial High in Massachusetts... four year NEC All-star... earned All-State honors... compiled a 0.28 ERA, 130 strikeouts and a 9-1 record junior year... recorded three no-hitters in a four game span... also captained the hockey team senior year. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 16, 1995... an exploratory major... brother of Paul Jr.

Ruotolo’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2014 2.86 1 - 3 25 - 0 0 0 2 44.0 TOTAL 2.86 1 - 3 25 - 0 0 0 2 44.0

H R ER 39 19 14 39 19 14

BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 23 49 5 1 2 163 .239 2 4 0 1 4 23 49 5 1 2 163 .239 2 4 0 1 4

Ruotolo’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched....................................................................................................................................4.1, vs. Stony Brook (4/5/14) Strikeouts..............................................................................................................................................7, at Northeastern (4/8/14)


24 Andrew Zapata | RHP

Sophomore | Staten Island, N.Y | Poly Prep | 5’11| 175 | R/R

Weekly Honor Roll (March 17)

2014 SEASON: Made 15 appearances, including eight midweek starts...finished 3-2 with a 2.57 ERA, best among any Husky with more than 40 innings pitched... struck out 35 in 63.0 innings, holding opponents to a paltry .180 batting average against...ranked in the top10 nationally in hits allowed/nine innings at 5.37...took a no-hitter into at least the sixth inning in three starts... dazzled in his first career start, fanning five in seven one-hit innings vs. Sacred Heart (March 11)...earned a spot on The American weekly honor roll following the start...allowed two runs in 6.1 innings in consecutive starts vs. Harvard (March 18) and Hartford (March 25)... allowed one hit in five innings at Boston College (April 1)...tossed six shutout innings at Northeastern (April 8), holding NU to two hits...went a career-high 7.1 innings and struck out five to pick up a win at Quinnipiac (April 23)...fired five shutout innings out of the pen vs. UCF at The American Championship (May 21), giving up only one hit. 2014 SUMMER: Played alongside Anthony Kay with the Wareham Gatemen in the Cape Cod Baseball League...made 13 appearances including one start... struck out 13 batters in 12.1 innings. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Poly Prep... Was named Team MVP from 2011-13 for head coach Matt Roventini. Recognized as the Daily News Player of the Year in 2011... 2012 ESPN All-State Team member. PERSONAL: Born March 15, 1995... an undecided major at UConn.. Has two brothers, UConn freshman Matthew and Nicholas...an exploratory major.

Zapata’s Career Pitching Statistics SEASON ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2014 2.57 3 - 2 15 - 8 0 0 0 63.0 TOTAL 2.57 3 - 2 15 - 8 0 0 0 63.0

H R ER 39 22 18 39 22 18

BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 36 35 9 0 1 217 .180 4 7 0 1 5 36 35 9 0 1 217 .180 4 7 0 1 5

Zapata’s Career Pitching Game Highs Innings Pitched...................................................................................................................................... 7.1, at Quinnipiac (4/23/14) Strikeouts..........................................................................................................................................................................5, twice


Redshirt Freshmen Bios

42 Trevor Holmes | RHP/C

R-Fr. | Ashland, Mass. | Gov. Dummer Academy | 6’1 | 215 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Redshirted. 2014 SUMMER: Spent the summer with the Nashua Silver Knights of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League...pitched in 22 games for Nashua, holding a 3.95 ERA in 27.1 innings with a sterling 26:7 strikeout-to-walk ratio...recorded one save for the Silver Knights. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended The Governor’s Academy in Byfield, Mass.... captained the baseball team junior and senior years... earned All-League all four years... team and league MVP senior year... earned All-Scholastic honors... finished high school career with 21 home runs and an average of .440. PERSONAL: Born March 23, 1994... an exploratory major... sisters, Ryley (11) and Brittany (22).

37 Sam Nepiarsky | RHP R-Fr. | Orange, Conn. | Amity | 6’3 | 188 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Redshirted. 2014 SUMMER: A Futures Collegiate Baseball League All Star with the Nashua Silver Knights... made 10 regular season appearances for Nashua, including eight starts...held a 5-1 record and 2.80 ERA in the regular season, tossing 57.2 innings...posted a 50:8 strikeout-to-walk ratio in the regular season...earned FCBL Pitcher of the Week honors after eight shutout innings with nine strikeouts and no walks in a July 11 win...tossed a scoreless inning in the FCBL All Star Game...finished the regular season with a 1.11 WHIP. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Amity High School in Woodbridge, Connecticut... earned All-State honors... member of the 2013 Class LL State Championship team... compiled a 10-0 pitching record senior year. PERSONAL: Born May 21, 1995... an economics major.

40 Taylor Olmstead | OF

R-Fr. | Greenwich, Conn. | Greenwich | 6’3 | 213 | R/R

2014 SEASON: Redshirted. 2014 SUMMER: Played with the Torrington Titans of the Futures Collegiate Baseball league... played in 42 overall games for Torrington, batting .217 with seven doubles, five triples and three home runs...added 24 RBIs, 25 runs and 11 stolen bases...finished second among all FCBL players with his five triples. High School: Attended Greenwich High School in Connecticut... senior year captain and MVP of the baseball and football teams... earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference in 2012 and 2013... drafted 400th overall in the 13th round by the Texas Rangers... elected to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Baseball team and the MSG All-Connecticut Baseball team... First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference in 2013 for football... elected to the Hearst Connecticut Super 33 All-Star football team in 2013... member of the honor roll every semester. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1995... an exploratory major.


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Newcomer Bios Connor Buckley | INF/OF Jr. | Stonington, Conn. | UConn Avery Point | 6’0 | 186 | R/R

Before UConn: Spent the 2013 and 2014 seasons at UConn Avery Point…helped Avery Point to a pair of regional championships and a 2013 district championship…reached the JUCO College World Series in 2013…won the 2014 UConn Student-Athlete Award. High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Stonington…two-time All-Eastern Connecticut Conference…2011 CHSCA All-State…2011 New London Day All-Area…team captain and MVP as a senior…reached the state semifinals as a junior. Personal: Connor Sykes Buckley…born Dec. 13, 1993…son of Peter and Holly Buckley…has an older brother, Dylan…political science major at UConn.

39 CJ Dandeneau | RHP

Fr. | East Greenwich, R.I. | La Salle Academy | 6’0 | 190 | R/R

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at La Salle Academy…two-time Providence Journal All-State…two-time First Team All-Division…team captain…as a senior, posted a 7-2 record with a 1.33 ERA and 71 strikeouts in 51 innings…overall for his La Salle career, went 12-3 with a 1.11 ERA and 143 strikeouts in 94.1 innings…2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention…2013 Perfect Game Underclass All-America honorable mention…also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore, captaining a freshman state champion team…Rhode Island Honor Society member. Personal: Christopher John Dandeneau…born May 7, 1996…son of Christopher and Lisa…has a younger brother, Sean...an exploratory major.

22 Joe DeRoche-Duffin | INF/RHP Jr. | Santa Ana, Calif. | Cypress College | 6’0 | 244 | R/R

Before UConn: Spent the 2014 season with Cypress College, former home of UConn teammate Blake Davey…hit .336 with five home runs and 32 RBIs for Cypress…named First Team All-Conference…played in 11 games at UC Santa Barbara as a freshman in 2013. High School: Played varsity baseball at Villa Park in Villa Park, Calif. …hit .347 with seven home runs and 37 RBIs as a senior. Personal: Joseph Ryan DeRoche-Duffin…born April 27, 1994…son of Barry and Linda…a history major.


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Newcomer Bios Nick Lamberti | INF/OF

Fr. | East Haven, Conn. | East Haven | 5’6 | 184 | R/R

High School: Four-year varsity starter at East Haven High School…three-time CHSCA All-State…two-time All-Area...threetime All-Oronoque…as a junior, set East Haven records for batting average (.600), hits (42) and stolen bases (25)…hit .460 as a senior and helped his squad win its division…two-time team captain and three-time Team MVP…a career .505 hitter at East Haven… 2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention…also played basketball at East Haven, earning All-Conference as a junior when he averaged 18.5 points per game…honors student. Personal: Nicholas Anthony Lamberti…born March 2, 1996…son of Michael and Dawn Lamberti…has an older brother, Michael, and a younger sister, Gabrielle…a pre-sport management major.

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Alex LeFevre | C

Jr. | Mansfield Center, Conn. | UConn Avery Point | 6’2 | 200 | R/R

Before UConn: Spent the 2013 and 2014 seasons at UConn Avery Point…helped Avery Point to a pair of regional championships and a 2013 district championship…reached the JUCO College World Series in 2013…hit .371 as a freshman and .309 as a sophomore…named First Team All-New England in 2014. High School: Lettered three years at E.O. Smith…two-time All-Conference…team captain and team MVP as a junior and senior…also played three years of varsity hockey and was two-time All-Conference. Personal: Alexander Mathieu LeFevre…born Oct. 20, 1994…son of David and Karen LeFevre…has a younger brother, Jacob… economics major at UConn.

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William Montgomerie | RHP Fr. | Lakeville, Conn. | Salisbury School | 6’2 | 210 | R/R

High School: Played five years of varsity baseball at the Salisbury School…2014 Colonial League All-Star…helped Salisbury win three Western New England Championships…2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention. Personal: William Scott Montgomerie…born June 2, 1995…son of Bruce and Claire Montgomerie…has an older sister, Cate…an exploratory major.


Newcomer Bios 45 Dan Rajkowski | RHP

Fr. | New Canaan, Conn. | New Canaan | 6’1 | 178 | R/R

High School: Earned three varsity letters at New Canaan High School…two-time All-Conference East…Perfect Game Preseason All-America High Honorable Mention…Perfect Game First Team All-Region…captained New Canaan as a senior and helped the team to a Class L state championship in 2013…honor roll student each year of high school. Personal: Daniel Patrick Rajkowski…born Oct. 27, 1995…son of Mark and Deirdre Rajkowski…has an older brother, Ryan…plans to enter the business school at UConn.

32 Jack Riley | LHP

Fr. | West Boylston, Mass. | St. Peter Marian | 6’1 | 191 | L/L

High School: Played five years of varsity baseball at Saint Peter Marian for his father, Edward Riley…2014 ESPN Boston High School Massachusetts All-State as a senior…Worcester Telegram & Gazette Super Team and Central Mass. Pitcher of the Year…two-time Central Mass. Conference All Star…two-time captain at St. Peter Marian…also played one season of football. Personal: Jack Edward Riley…born Nov. 10, 1995…son of Edward and Patricia Riley…has an older sister, Cassie… an exploratory major.

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Joe Rivera | RHP

Fr. | Plantsville, Conn. | Southington | 5’11 | 165 | R/R

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Southington High School…CHSCA All-State as a senior… two-time All-Conference…team MVP as a junior and senior…selected for CT Select All-Star game twice…played in two CT vs. Mass. All-Star games…captained Southington as a senior…helped the team earn a pair of runner-up finishes in the Class LL finals…2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention…two-time Perfect Game Underclass All-America honorable mention. Personal: Joseph William Rivera…born Sept. 8, 1996…son of William Rivera and Susan Maguire…has an older sister, Samantha, an older brother, Billy, and a younger brother, Sean…a pre-kinesiology major.


Newcomer Bios 44 Troy Stefanski | OF

Fr. | North Stonington, Conn. | Wheeler | 6’0 | 170 | L/R

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Wheeler High School…four-time All-Eastern Connecticut Conference…was a team captain for two years…three-time Team MVP…also excelled at cross country and basketball, earning an All-Conference nod in cross country and two Team MVP awards in basketball. Personal: Troy Joseph Stefanski…born June 27, 1996…son of Richard and Linda Stefanski…has an older brother, Trevor…a pre-teaching major.

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Willy Yahn | INF

Fr. | Sharon, Conn. | Housatonic Valley Regional | 5’11 | 187 | R/R

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Housatonic…two-time CHSCA All-State…three-time Berkshire League All-Conference…three-time All-Area for Litchfield County and 2014 All-Area MVP…2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention…two-time Perfect Game Underclass All-America honorable mention…hit .662 as a junior and .590 as a senior…struck out only once in his final two high school seasons…was also a pitcher as a junior and senior, winning 15 games and striking out 206 batters…won the Berskshire Leauge Steve Reich Pitcher of the Year Award twice...played soccer as well at Housatonic, starting at goalkeeper for four years and earning a pair of All-State nods…holds the Housatonic record with 23 shutouts in goal…won the Student Athlete Award as a senior and was an honors student. Personal: William Wallace Yahn…born Nov. 7, 1995…son of Walter and Joanie Yahn…has two older sisters, Ellie and Maggie... an exploratory major.


2014 SEASON Review

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

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Written By Chris Jones, play-by-play voice for UConn Baseball on WHUS-91.7 FM. The 2014 season for the UConn baseball team contained many elements of adversity but also of opportunity with a slew of young players able to get their feet wet in one of the top conferences in college baseball. 2014 was the first year UConn would participate in the American Conference. A league that consisted of nine teams. UConn was picked in the preseason to finish tied for second with two other teams (Houston & UCF) and finish behind 2013 College World Series participant, Louisville. UConn was coming off a 2013 Big East Championship and had participated in the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four seasons. The Huskies knocked off the host team in the Blacksburg Regional, Virginia Tech, which had the squad seeking even higher expectations entering the 2014 campaign. The Huskies brushed off a tough opening weekend with a sweep of the Baseball at the Beach Tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC. The Huskies beat two 2013 NCAA Tournament teams, Wichita State and Illinois, while also beating a team that would reach the 2014 NCAA To u r n a m e n t , George Mason. During that weekend the Huskies got a snapshot of what some of their young pitchers were going to bring to the table in 2014.

Home Run Leader Blake Davey

F r e s h m a n Anthony Kay had his coming out party against Wichita State as the lefthander pitched four innings of relief, allowing three hits, zero earned runs and striking out seven Shocker hitters. After junior Eric Yavarone singled home the game-winning run in the tenth inning, Kay had earned himself his first collegiate win. Kay went on to do big things for the Huskies in 2014 as he split time between roles as a starting pitcher and coming out of the bullpen. Kay ended the season with 18 appearances, eight of them starts. Kay was 5-4 with two saves as he registered a 3.49 ERA in 67.0 inning pitched, striking out 56 batters. He also led the Huskies with eight pickoffs on the year, a program single-season record. At the plate Jack Sundberg went 8-13 in the tournament, recording multi-hit games in each of the contests. The sophomore took advantage of his significant playing time in 2014. Sundberg played in 57 games last season recording 60 hits, which was tied for third best on the Husky team. Sundberg also swiped a team-high 27 bases in 2014. 40 | 2015 UConn Baseball

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

The Huskies responded to a sweep at Florida, with each game going extra innings, with one of their best stretches of the season, winning a season- high six games in a row. The streak started against Sacred Heart as Andrew Zapata, making his first career start, carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning when it was finally broken up with two outs. The right-hander finished the day going seven shutout innings, only allowing the one hit and striking out seven. Zapata would be another impact freshmen for the Huskies as he finished the 2014 season going 3-2, with a 2.57 ERA. In 15 appearances, eight of them starts, Zapata threw 63.0 innings, striking out 35 and allowing opponents to hit just .180 against him. Vinny Siena went yard in the Sacred Heart game, a threerun homer that helped decide the game. The home run was the first of the season for Siena and helped extend his hitting streak to 18 games, a streak that dated back to the end of the 2013 season. The offense came alive in the next few games as the Huskies put up 34 runs in three games in the Big Five Baseball Bash in Philadelphia, Pa. The offense was led by Bobby Melley and newcomer Blake Davey. The weekend was a preview of what would come from the middle of the Husky lineup. Melley went 7-12 in the tournament with a home run, and five RBIs. Davey contributed a 5-12 with two doubles, a home run and three RBIs. Both players went on to have great seasons, putting themselves both in the conversation for American Conference Player of the Year honors. Melley led the Huskies in hitting with a 359 AVG, contributing 75 hits, 16 doubles, 47 RBI’s and a .475 on-base percentage, all of which led the Huskies. Following the season, he was named NEIBA New England Player of the Year. Davey hit a team-leading 10 home runs, while also racking up 63 hits, 10 doubles, .452 on-base percentage. Davey led the team with 21 hit by pitches and a .512 slugging percentage. Both players would end the season being honored as All Conference first team members. UConn entered conference play riding a high. With a 10-8 2014 Captain Tom Verdi record the Huskies looked to be hitting their stride but unfortunately for UConn being in the new American conference took its toll on the Huskies. The Huskies dropped four of their five conference series to start but saw history made in the process. On April 17th against Temple Anthony seventh Husky to record 200 strikeouts Marzi would finish his UConn career strikeouts with 217 and also finished innings pitched with 299.1 innings.

Marzi became the in program history. fourth all-time in second all-time in

Through this stretch the Huskies also continued to get strong


• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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outings from freshman Pat Ruotolo. Ruotolo had a stellar 2014 campaign for the Huskies as he was a reliable option out of the bullpen. Ruotolo was the guy who frequently got the Huskies out of sticky situations. Ruotolo made 25 appearances, second on the team, pitching 44.0 innings, Ruotolo was 1-3 with 2 saves and a 2.87 ERA. Ruotolo struck out 49 batters, the only Husky to have more strikeouts than innings pitched. After the tough stretch the Huskies finally came away with a solid weekend down in Memphis. The Huskies took two out of three from the Tigers. Max McDowell continued his hot play as he recorded a four hit game including a careerhigh five RBI game in the series finale. This culminated a torrid stretch for the UConn catcher who was 20-for-55 (.364) in his last 14 games.

2014 Captain Anthony Marzi

McDowell finished the season for the Huskies batting .275 with nine doubles, 34 RBI’s, while also throwing out 19 of 36 runners on the base paths. His second half surge led to being honored as an All-Conference first team honoree. The weekend also was highlighted by one of the craziest games of the season. In the opener the Huskies blew two late inning leads in the ninth and 10th innings. But a three-run 11th, along with Devin Over getting out of a bases loaded jam, helped preserve the victory for the Huskies. For Over, it was his first career save and was one of the many highlights of his 2014 season. Over, who had battled injuries on the mound and split time as a utility player in the field, had a breakout season in the Husky bullpen. Over made 22 Team MVP Bobby Melley appearances on the year, leading the team in ERA among the qualifying pitchers with a 2.05 ERA. Over pitched 26.1 innings, striking out 17 batters and opponents hitting .250 against him. As the 2014 season began coming to a close, we saw a superb performance by Brian Ward. In his final regular season start in a UConn uniform, Ward faced Rhode Island at Dodd Stadium. The senior left-hander pitched one of the best games of his career, throwing a complete-game shutout. Ward gave up just three hits in his outing. Ward finished the year 4-3, with a 3.30 ERA. He threw 62.2 innings for the Huskies including two complete games, which led the team.

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

place UCF Knights came to Storrs. Sitting in eight place the Huskies needed to pick up wins in order to make the American conference tournament. The Huskies did just that. Playing a doubleheader to open the series, the Huskies beat American Conference Pitcher of the Year, Eric Skoglund, in game one as Anthony Marzi outdueled Skoglund picking up the victory by throwing seven innings, allowing only one earned run in his final start in Storrs. Marzi ended the season as an AllConference third team performer. In game two the Huskies saw one of Jordan Tabakman’s best starts of the year. Tabakman went six innings for the Huskies allowing three earned runs and striking out five. The Huskies couldn’t close it out in the top half of the ninth as the Knights tied it up. What followed was one of the best scenes from the 2014 season. Tom Verdi came through with a game-winning knock propelling the Huskies into the conference tournament. For Verdi, it was his final weekend playing in Storrs and he capped off a shortened but successful senior season. Verdi ended the batting .263 in 31 games and stealing 12 bases. Verdi ended the year being drafted in the 32nd round by the Seattle Mariners.

All-Conference Catcher Max McDowell

The last win for the Huskies came in the American conference tournament against a ranked opponent, Houston. The Huskies beat the Cougars for their first win over a ranked opponent of the season. The following day the 2014 season ended with a loss to Temple, bringing UConn’s record to 27-31. The Huskies saw the end of four great Husky careers as Anthony Marzi, Tom Verdi, Brian Ward and David Mahoney all graduated. Mahoney finished his career as one of the most reliable lefties out of the pen. His 34 appearances in 2013 was the most in a single-season and followed it up in 2014 making a team-leading 27 appearances. Though the season was down by UConn’s standards of winning, it was a year full of accomplishments and of learning experiences. The “baptism by fire” that many young guys experienced was evident. 237.6 innings out of 524.0 (45%) were thrown by first or second-year pitchers. On the offensive side of the ball 1,413 at bats out of 2,004 (70.5%) were taken by first or second-year players. For the Huskies though that youth means a lot of returning talent to Storrs including twelve position players who saw time in 2014, eight pitchers and the return of their 2013 ace, Carson Cross.

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2014 Results

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

Date Feb 14, 2014 Feb 15, 2014 Feb 16, 2014 Feb 21, 2014 Feb 22, 2014 Feb 23, 2014 Feb 28, 2014 Mar 01, 2014 Mar 02, 2014 Mar 07, 2014 Mar 08, 2014 Mar 09, 2014 Mar 11, 2014 Mar 14, 2014 Mar 15, 2014 Mar 16, 2014 Mar 18, 2014 Mar 19, 2014 Mar 21, 2014 Mar 22, 2014 Mar 23, 2014 Mar 25, 2014 Mar 28, 2014 Mar 29, 2014 Apr 01, 2014 Apr 02, 2014 Apr 04, 2014 Apr 05, 2014 Apr 06, 2014 Apr 08, 2014 Apr 09, 2014 Apr 11, 2014 Apr 12, 2014 Apr 13, 2014 Apr 17, 2014 Apr 18, 2014 Apr 19, 2014 Apr 21, 2014 Apr 22, 2014 Apr 23, 2014 Apr 25, 2014 Apr 26, 2014 Apr 27, 2014 Apr 29, 2014 May 02, 2014 May 03, 2014 May 04, 2014 May 10, 2014 May 10, 2014 May 11, 2014 May 13, 2014 May 13, 2014 May 15, 2014 May 15, 2014 May 16, 2014 May 21, 2014 May 22, 2014 May 24, 2014

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Opponent Result vsOhio State L vsIndiana State L vsAuburn L vsWichita State W vsGeorge Mason W vsIllinois W at Lipscomb W at Lipscomb L at Lipscomb L at Florida L at Florida L at Florida L vsSacred Heart W vsSt. Peter’s W at La Salle W at Villanova W vsHarvard W vs CCSU W at USF * L at USF * L at USF * W at Hartford L RUTGERS * L RUTGERS * W at Boston College L YALE W BRYANT L STONY BROOK L BRYANT L at Northeastern W BROWN W at Cincinnati * L at Cincinnati * W at Cincinnati * W TEMPLE * W TEMPLE * L TEMPLE * L CCSU W at Massachusetts W at Quinnipiac W at Louisville * L at Louisville * L at Louisville * L at Massachusetts L at Memphis * W at Memphis * L at Memphis * W HOUSTON * L HOUSTON * L HOUSTON * L RHODE ISLAND W RHODE ISLAND L UCF * W UCF * W UCF * L vsUCF # L vsHouston # W vsTemple # L

Score 2-8 0-3 3-7 2-1 11-2 6-0 6-4 3-4 1-14 0-1 1-2 5-6 5-0 10-1 17-1 7-6 9-4 6-1 1-2 2-6 4-2 2-3 5-7 11-4 1-2 14-1 2-7 3-6 3-5 2-0 7-4 1-3 7-2 14-3 4-1 4-7 2-6 9-1 8-5 5-3 0-2 1-6 2-8 4-5 8-5 1-6 13-2 1-3 2-7 4-8 7-0 9-12 5-4 6-5 6-7 1-7 7-2 4-9

() extra inning game * = American Athletic Conference # = American Athletic Conference Championship

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

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

Inn. 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 (10) (10) 9 (11) (10) (10) 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (14) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 7 9 9 9 9 (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9

Record 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 4-7-0 4-8-0 5-8-0 6-8-0 7-8-0 8-8-0 9-8-0 10-8-0 10-9-0 10-10-0 11-10-0 11-11-0 11-12-0 12-12-0 12-13-0 13-13-0 13-14-0 13-15-0 13-16-0 14-16-0 15-16-0 15-17-0 16-17-0 17-17-0 18-17-0 18-18-0 18-19-0 19-19-0 20-19-0 21-19-0 21-20-0 21-21-0 21-22-0 21-23-0 22-23-0 22-24-0 23-24-0 23-25-0 23-26-0 23-27-0 24-27-0 24-28-0 25-28-0 26-28-0 26-29-0 26-30-0 27-30-0 27-31-0

Conf. 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 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 3-4-0 4-4-0 5-4-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 5-9-0 6-9-0 6-10-0 7-10-0 7-11-0 7-12-0 7-13-0 7-13-0 7-13-0 8-13-0 9-13-0 9-14-0 9-14-0 9-14-0 9-14-0

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

Pitcher of Record Tabakman (L 0-1) Marzi (L 0-1) Ward (L 0-1) Kay (W 1-0) Marzi (W 1-1) Ward (W 1-1) Ruotolo (W 1-0) Zapata (L 0-1) Ward (L 1-2) Ruotolo (L 1-2) Slade (L 0-1) Ruotolo (L 1-2) Zapata (W 1-0) Tabakman (W 1-1) Marzi (W 2-1) Kay (W 1-1) Slade (W 1-1) Mahoney (W 1-0) Over (L 0-1) Marzi (L 2-2) Ward (W 2-2) Ruotolo (L 1-3) Kay (L 2-1) Marzi (W 3-2) Mahoney (L 1-1) Tabakman (W 2-1) Marzi (L 3-3) Kay (L 2-2) Mahoney (L 1-2) Zapata (W 2-1) Slade (W 2-1) Marzi (L 3-4) Tabakman (W 3-1) Kay (W 3-2) Marzi (W 4-3) Mahoney (L 1-3) Kay (L 3-3) Ward (W 3-2) Brown (W 1-0) Zapata (W 3-1) Marzi (L 4-5) Tabakman (L 3-2) Kay (L 3-4) Zapata (L 3-2) Mahoney (W 2-3) Tabakman (L 3-3) Kay (W 4-4) Marzi (L 4-6) Tabakman (L 3-4) Mahoney (L 2-4) Ward (W 4-2) Slade (L 2-2) Marzi (W 5-6) Kay (W 5-4) Brown (L 1-1) Marzi (L 5-7) Tabakman (W 4-4) Ward (L 4-3)

Time 2:26 2:23 3:08 3:22 2:57 2:52 2:59 3:06 3:18 3:16 3:13 3:31 2:11 5:05 3:18 2:47 3:07 2:43 2:43 2:30 2:25 3:18 2:49 3:04 2:55 2:52 2:58 3:10 2:10 2:28 2:28 2:27 2:50 2:40 4:35 2:58 2:31 2:31 2:37 2:41 2:28 2:54 2:58 3:35 2:08 2:28 2:17 2:41 3:05 2:14 4:20 2:40 2:34 3:17 2:18 3:02 3:10


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• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections 2014 UConn Baseball Overall Statistics for UConn (as of May 24, 2014) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

Player

11 MELLEY, Bobby 27 DAVEY, Blake 2 MCDOWELL, Max 1 DANIELLO, Bryan 4 SUNDBERG, Jack 10 YAVARONE, Eric 9 SIENA, Vinny 3 HILL, Aaron -------------------12 VERDI, Tom 26 TESTANI, Jon 5 DARRAS, Nico 44 SULLIVAN, Ryan 25 DAVID, Connor 7 GARABEDIAN, Griffin 8 OVER, Devin

avg gp-gs

.359 .313 .275 .274 .270 .270 .231 .200

58-57

.263 .243 .241 .234 .215 .196 .000

31-28

56-55 50-48 56-55 57-57 35-34 52-52 44-38

37-20 41-29 26-20 21-15 26-14 2-0

Home: 8-11

ab

r

209 201 182 219 222 137 216 125

32 48 22 32 37 12 20 17

h

2b 3b hr

75 16 63 10 50 9 60 12 60 3 37 4 50 9 25 0

114 24 30 74 11 18 112 9 27 77 7 18 65 8 14 51 6 10 0 1 0

Away: 11-15

3 2 7 5 1 1 0

rbi

Neutral: 8-5

tb slg%

bb hp

The American: 9-14 so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

e fld%

476

31

7 .986

102

3

6 .946

267

44

7 .978

1 4 47 105 0 10 32 103 1 1 34 64 3 2 26 84 1 0 16 65 0 0 15 41 0 2 25 65 0 0 10 25

.502 .512 .352 .384 .293 .299 .301 .200

31 17 19 30 21 53 22 8 18 26 7 30 34 0 40 8 1 22 10 3 21 18 7 34

4 2 2 5 0 1 2 1

.475 .452 .376 .369 .364 .309 .273 .331

2 0 1 0 2 3 2 1

1 2-2 0 8-15 4 3-7 5 9-17 5 27-34 3 4-5 5 6-9 3 6-9

65

86

0 0 0 1 0 0 0

.289 .311 .304 .325 .277 .275 .000

9 11 9 7 6 18 9 8 9 3 3 20 4 0 12 7 1 13 0 0 0

2 2 1 1 1 0 0

.373 .352 .338 .279 .261 .305 .000

0 1 1 3 0 0 0

3 12-13 57 4 0-2 47 1 0-0 17 1 1-1 32 0 2-3 103 0 3-3 18 0 0-0 2

63

6 .952

0

0 1.000

0 9 33 1 7 23 0 10 34 0 9 25 1 8 18 1 5 14 0 0 0

46

99

12 .924

166

2

1 .994

57

3

0 1.000

99 171

9 .968 15 .910

6

0 1.000

2

1 .971

12

2 .983

1

0 1.000

6

5 .615

Totals

.268

58

2004

286

537

82

7 22

253

699

.349

218 93

318

24

.364 16 35 83-120

1572

624

83

.964

Opponents

.254

58

1944

243

494

91

8 19

208

658

.338

256 63

371

21

.356 18 52

1577

687

87

.963

59-90

LOB - Team (503), Opp (519). DPs turned - Team (51), Opp (57). CI - Team (1), McDowell 1. IBB - Team (10), Melley 5, Siena 1, Sundberg 1, Darras 1, Davey 1, McDowell 1, Opp (9). Picked off - Hill 2, Daniello 2, Siena 2, Verdi 1, David 1, Sundberg 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

22 COLLETTI, Christian 8 OVER, Devin 15 RADUE, Ryan 24 ZAPATA, Andrew 21 RUOTOLO, Patrick 13 SLADE, Max 39 MARZI, Anthony 45 WARD, Brian 23 TABAKMAN, Jordan 18 KAY, Anthony 30 BROWN, Callahan 36 MAHONEY, David 20 NIEGO, Michael

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

0.00 2.05 2.51 2.57 2.86 3.04 3.11 3.30 3.40 3.49 5.02 5.06 36.00

0-0 0-1 0-0 3-2 1-3 2-2 5-7 4-3 4-4 5-4 1-1 2-4 0-0

3 1 22 0 12 0 15 8 25 0 21 0 16 15 13 10 14 14 18 8 7 2 27 0 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/1 0/0 0/3 0/1 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0

7.2 26.1 14.1 63.0 44.0 26.2 92.2 62.2 76.2 67.0 14.1 26.2 2.0

6 24 12 39 39 30 75 64 89 62 11 34 9

1 7 6 22 19 16 40 29 35 31 10 19 8

0 6 4 18 14 9 32 23 29 26 8 15 8

3 14 10 36 23 17 40 28 26 40 7 11 1

2 17 10 35 49 21 69 39 42 56 8 20 3

1 2 4 9 5 8 19 12 9 13 3 1 5

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 1

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

0 0 0 1 2 1 5 1 4 3 1 1 0

.231 0 1 .250 1 2 .235 1 3 .180 4 7 .239 2 4 .280 9 5 .225 8 13 .267 6 5 .301 5 10 .257 10 8 .212 5 1 .318 0 3 .643 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0

1 0 2 3 1 1 1 5 1 4 0 3 2 10 2 6 2 4 4 9 0 1 2 6 0 0

Totals

3.19

27-31

58 58

2

4/3

10

524.0

494

243

186

256

371

91

8

19

.254

51 63

7 18

52

Opponents

4.06

31-27

58 58

4

3/3

11

525.2

537

286

237

218

318

82

7

22

.268

49 93

7 16

35

2014 Batting/Pitching Statistics

Record: 27-31

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

PB - Team (7), McDowell 6, David 1, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (20), Kay 8, Ward 4, Tabakman 4, Marzi 1, Brown 1, Slade 1, McDowell 1, Opp (9). SBA/ATT - McDowell (36-55), David (23-29), Ward (14-20), Tabakman (6-13), Marzi (8-12), Kay (6-10), Ruotolo (6-7), Zapata (3-6), Over (5-6), Mahoney (4-4), Radue (2-4), Slade (2-3), Brown (1-3), Niego (2-2).

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2014 Statistical Review

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

UConn Baseball

GAME HIGHS - TEAM (2014) At Bats..................................... 54, Temple (4/18) Runs Scored......................... 17, at La Salle (3/15) Hits..................................... 17, at La Salle (3/15) RBIs............................................. 13, three times Doubles............................................ 5, Yale (4/2) Triples.....................................................2, twice Home Runs......................... 3, at Cincinnati (4/12) Total Bases........................... 26, at La Salle (3/15) Walks......................................................8, twice Times struck out.......................16, at Florida (3/8) Stolen Bases.........................5, vs. Harvard (3/18) Putouts..................................... 42, Temple (4/18) Assists.................................17, Stony Brook (4/5) Errors......................................................5, twice DPs Turned..................................... 3, three times Inn. Pitched........................ 14.0, Temple (4/18) Runs Allowed....................14, at Lipscomb (3/2) Earned Runs................................. 8, four times Walks Allowed.......... 10, vs. Indiana State (2/15) Strikeouts............... 14, vs. Wichita State (2/21) Hits Allowed......................19, at Lipscomb (3/2) HRs Allowed............................... 2, three times Wild Pitches.................................4, Temple (4/19) GAME HIGHS - PLAYER (2014) At Bats........................................... 7, three times Runs Scored........................................3, 12 times Hits.........................................................4, twice RBIs................ 5, Max McDowell, at Memphis (5/4) Doubles........................2, Bobby Melley, Yale (4/2) Triples........................................... 1, seven times Home Runs.........................................1, 22 times Total Bases.................7, Blake Davey, Yale (4/2) Walks.................................................2, 33 times Times struck out........................................4, twice Times hit by pitch.........4, Tom Verdi vs. URI (5/13) Stolen Bases.......................................2, 12 times Putouts............... 15, Bobby Melley, at Florida (3/7) Assists...................8, Aaron Hill, Stony Brook (4/5) Errors.................. 3, Bryan Daniello, Temple (4/19) Inn. Pitched..................... 9.0, Brian Ward, twice Runs Allowed.... 7, Anthony Marzi, vs. UCF (5/21) Earned Runs................................. 6, three times Walks Allowed.....7, Anthony Kay, Stony Brook (4/5) Strikeouts......... 9, Anthony Marzi, at USF (3/22) Hits Allowed................................. 11, three times HRs Allowed........................................ 2, twice Wild Pitches............. 4, Anthony Kay, Temple (4/19)

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• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

UConn’s Record when (2014)... For the season................................ 27-31 Conference...................................... 9-14 Home............................................. 8-11 Away............................................. 11-15 Neutral site....................................... 8-5 vs. Righty starter............................ 21-28 vs. Lefty starter................................ 6-3 Scoring first.................................... 19-11 Opp. scoring first.............................. 8-20 1-run games..................................... 4-9 2-run games..................................... 4-5 5+ run games.................................. 15-9 Extra innings.................................... 4-6 Out-hit opponent.............................. 22-7 Out-hit by opponent.......................... 3-22 Hits are tied...................................... 2-2 Hit 0 home runs.............................. 16-25 Hit 1 home run.................................. 8-5 Hit 2+ home runs.............................. 3-1 During the day................................ 24-26 At night............................................ 3-5 Longest winning streak........................6 Longest losing streak...........................5 Current streak................................... L1 Home attendance.......................... 5,548/292 Home attendance avg......................19/292 Away attendance.............................28,368 Away attendance avg.......................39/727 Total attendance..............................33,916 Total attendance avg........................58/584


1936

All-Time Coaches/Records

J.O. Christian begins the first of 26 seasons at the helm of the UConn baseball team.

J.O. CHRISTIAN

All-Time Coaching Records

J.O. Christian began coaching football and baseball at UConn in 1934 following an eight-year term as head coach of all sports at Eveleth (MN) College, where his football team compiled a fantastic record, losing only once from 1929-33. His baseball nines were in the NCAA College World Series in 1957 and 1959; and his 1958 club lost the chance when it bowed out to Holy Cross, 2-1, in 10 innings in a game for the New England representation. The 1959 team (rated by Christian as his best ever) had a 20-1 record, being undefeated in New England competition. He won nine out of 14 Yankee Conference pennants and two New England titles. His baseball teams recorded 258 wins, 170 losses and seven ties. During his 16 years as head football coach, he led his Huskies to 66-51-4 overall record. He served as interim basketball coach for part of the 1936 season. The Connecticut Alumni Association’s Outstanding Service Award “as the man who has done the most for the University” was presented to him in 1945 and again in 1959. He also received the “Gold Key”, given by the Connecticut Sportswriters Alliance (1959) for outstanding contribution in Connecticut state sports. On April 29, 1960, the UConn Club presented “Christy” its annual outstanding contribution award. He was president of the American Association of College Baseball Coaches in 1960; and chairman of the NCAA District One Baseball Selection Committee, completing his term in 1958. He is in the ABCA Hall of Fame. His active coaching career began in 1926 at Eveleth and included 28 years at the University of Connecticut, all as head baseball coach. A native of Roland, Iowa, he was educated in Wilmar, Minn., schools, and attended Hamline University and the University of Minnesota. Christian passed away on October 21, 1979, at the age of 81. He and his wife Corinne had three daughters, Marion, Anne, and Claire.

J.O. Christian 1936-61

Larry PANCIERA

Larry Panciera 1962-79

Years Coach 1896-98 No Coach 1899-01 T.D. Knowles 1902-05 E.O. Smith 1906-08 George E. Lamson 1909-10 John Sullivan 1911 James Nicholas 1912 No Coach 1913 Robert Edger 1914 Charles A. Reed 1915 J.J. Donovan 1916 D.E. Chase 1917 John J. Donahue 1918 No Team (WW I) 1919 Roy J. Guyer 1920 William Mellor 1921 Ross Swartz 1922-23 J.W. Tasker 1924-35 Sumner Dole 1936-61 J.O. Christian 1962-79 Lawrence R. Panciera 1980-03 Andrew J. Baylock 2004-pres. James F. Penders Totals

W L T Pct. 6 9 0 .400 12 8 1 .595 12 9 1 .568 12 13 1 .480 9 7 0 .563 0 9 0 .000 6 6 0 .500 4 6 0 .400 0 4 0 .000 1 7 0 .125 1 8 0 .111 1 1 0 .500 - - - 5 6 0 .455 3 8 0 .273 4 11 0 .267 12 18 0 .400 64 90 2 .416 254 170 7 .599 297 160 5 .650 556 492 8 .530 382 270 4 .588 1,641 1,312 29 .556

Larry Panciera was a member of the UConn athletics staff for 30 years. Panciera served as head coach of baseball at Connecticut for 18 years (1962-1979). He compiled a 297-160-5 record as head coach, was named NCAA New England Coach-of-the-Year six times and led Connecticut to the College World Series three times (1965, 1972, 1979). In 1979, his final Husky team recorded 31 wins as the Huskies won both the ECAC Division I New England Championship and the NCAA Northeast Region title to advance to the College World Series for the fifth time in school history. In his final year of coaching, Panciera was honored as the 1979 NCAA Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. At Connecticut, Panciera was part of all five of UConn’s trips to the NCAA College World Series, twice as an assistant in 1957 and 1959, and three times as head coach in 1965, 1972 and 1979. During his tenure as head coach, 40 student-athletes who played for Panciera at Connecticut went on to sign professional baseball contracts. He spent his retirement years at his home in the Weekapaug section of Westerly, R.I., before passing away on September 8, 1998, at the age of 76. He was survived by his two sons, David and Michael.

Andy BAYLOCK

Andy Baylock retired in 2003 after 24 years at the helm of the baseball program. In January of 1996, Baylock was honored with induction into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame at the national convention in Nashville, Tenn. Baylock’s tenure was the winningest period in the illustrious history of Connecticut Baseball, leading the UConn program to 556 wins over his 24 seasons, averaging over 23 wins per season during his tenure. Baylock’s 24th season as the head coach of the Huskies was his 39th year of consecutive service to the Husky baseball program. Prior to the start of his head coaching career, Baylock spent 15 years as the top assistant coach to then-head coach Larry Panciera and also served as head freshman football coach. When Baylock’s assistant coaching tenure is taken into account, he has been part of an overall UConn record of 812-614-11 during the past 39 seasons. The New Britain, Conn., native has personally coached 1,447 of the 2,327 games (62 percent) that have ever been played involving the University of Connecticut baseball program. In the summers of 1985 and 1989, Baylock was the pitching coach for the U.S. Senior National Team that competed against other national teams in the United States, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Japan, Korea and Canada. He also was pitching coach for the U.S. squad that finished second in the International Harbor Tournament in Taiwan in the fall of 1988. A graduate of Central Connecticut State University, Baylock and his late wife, Barbara, have three children, all of whom attended the University of Connecticut - Jennifer, Jeffrey and Andrea. He remains at UConn as the Director of Alumni and Community Relations for the UConn football program.

Andy Baylock 1980-2003

Jim PENDERS

Jim Penders is in his 12th season as head baseball coach after taking over for longtime Husky coach Andy Baylock in 2004. Penders, a 1994 graduate of the University of Connecticut, was a member of Baylock’s most successful teams. Penders’ teams qualified for three BIG EAST Tournaments (1992-94) with all three teams advancing to the BIG EAST Tournament Final. Penders captained the 1994 squad that captured the BIG EAST Tournament Championship. The 1993 and 1994 teams advanced to the NCAA Regional with the 1993 team earning only the second at-large berth in the history of the BIG EAST Conference. In Penders’ four-year playing career, his teams tallied a record of 99-76-2. After graduating, Penders moved to Washington D.C. where he was a fundraiser for Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa. Penders returned to UConn in 1997 to become an assistant coach and take over the Husky recruiting efforts. Since he took over as head coach at UConn, Penders has compiled an overall record of 382-270-4.

Jim Penders 2004-Present

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1957

Connecticut ties a program-record with 14 wins and earns a berth to its first NCAA Tournament. The Huskies posted a 1-2 record in the College World Series in Omaha with a 5-3 win over Florida State.

18 NCAA Tournament Appearances | 28-37 Overall Record

1957 NCAA District I Playoffs Springfield L 4-9 Springfield W 4-3 Springfield W 5-0 NCAA College World Series Texas L 0-3 Florida State W 5-3 Iowa State L 2-5 1958

NCAA District I Playoffs Dartmouth W 1-0 Dartmouth W 10-0 Holy Cross L 1-2

1959

Declared District I Champions NCAA College World Series Penn State L 3-5 Western Michigan L 6-14

1960

NCAA District I Playoffs Boston College L

1-2

1961

NCAA District I Playoffs Boston College L Springfield W Boston College W Boston College L

1-4 3-1 3-2 14-4

1963 NCAA District I Playoffs Providence W 4-3 Providence L 3-4 Providence L 6-10 1965

NCAA District I Playoffs Holy Cross W Holy Cross L Holy Cross W

7-4 0-5 7-0

NCAA College World Series St. Louis L 1-2 Lafayette W 6-4 Washington State L 2-3

1968 NCAA District I Playoffs Providence W 2-0 Harvard L 0-3 Boston University W 8-2 Harvard L 2-3 1970 NCAA District I Playoffs Providence W 8-0 Dartmouth L 2-8 Dartmouth L 3-12 1972 NCAA District I Playoffs Northeastern W 5-2 Harvard W 8-5 Harvard W 11-2 NCAA College World Series Texas W 3-0 Southern California L 4-5 Temple L 4-7 1977 NCAA District I Playoffs Temple L 7-9 Cornell L 7-9 1979

NCAA District I Playoffs Navy W 5-4 St. John’s L 3-6 Nebraska W 15-0 St. John’s W 14-4 St. John’s W 4-0 NCAA College World Series Texas L 5-11 Fullerton-State L 3-8

1990 NCAA Northeast Regional Georgia L 2-7 Rutgers L 5-15 1993 NCAA Midwest Regional Oklahoma State L 5-9 Fordham L 0-5 1994

NCAA Midwest II Regional Georgia Tech L Long Beach State L

0-7 9-16

2010 NCAA Norwich Regional Oregon L 3-5 Central Connecticut W 25-5 Oregon L 3-4 2011

NCAA Clemson Regional Coastal Carolina L 1-13 Sacred Heart W 13-3 Coastal Carolina W 12-6 Clemson W 7-6 Clemson W 14-1 NCAA Super Regionals South Carolina L 1-5 South Carolina L 2-8

2013 NCAA Blacksburg Regional Virginia Tech W 5-2 Oklahoma L 3-5 (12) Virginia Tech L 1-3

UConn In Conference Tournament (1985-2013 Big East, 2014-Present American Athletic) 16 Tournament Appearances | 33-26 Overall Record

1985

Bristol, Conn. ** Georgetown W 11-9 (10) St. John’s L 5-6 Seton Hall L 2-8

1987

Bristol, Conn. Seton Hall St. John’s

L L

2-6 4-13

Bristol, Conn. Seton Hall Providence

L L

2-8 3-5 (11)

1989

1990

Bristol, Conn. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Seton Hall W 11-3 Villanova W 1-0 *Seton Hall W 4-3

1992

Bristol, Conn. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP Seton Hall W 14-2 Providence L 2-13 Seton Hall W 4-3 Providence W 11-8 *Providence L 3-5

1993

Bristol, Conn. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP Seton Hall L 5-6 Villanova W 10-5 Seton Hall W 10-9 *St. John’s L 0-9

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1994

Bristol, Conn. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Pittsburgh W 4-3 Seton Hall W 3-0 Seton Hall L 1-6 *Seton Hall W 4-2

2000 Bridgewater, N.J. Seton Hall Rutgers

2006 Clearwater, Fla.

Cincinnati Louisville Rutgers

L 2-8 L 7-8 W 6-2 L 10-12 L 5-9

2007 Brooklyn, N.Y.

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP St. John’s L 1-2 Pittsburgh W 5-2 St. John’s W 8-7 USF W 3-0 USF W 2-0 *Rutgers L 6-7

2009 Clearwater, Fla.

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP West Virginia W 6-1 USF W 4-2 USF W 10-8 *Louisville L 3-11 ** In 1985, UConn finished the regular season at the top of the BIG EAST North Division with a record of 11-7 in conference play but the league did not crown a BIG EAST Regular Season Champion annually until the 1990 season.

2010

Clearwater, Fla. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RUNNER-UP Cincinnati W 9-6 Rutgers L 5-6 Pittsburgh W 7-2 Rutgers W 11-10 (10) Rutgers W 7-4 *St. John’s L 0-3

2011

Clearwater, Fla. Notre Dame Seton Hall Notre Dame Seton Hall

2012

Clearwater, Fla. USF Louisville USF USF

W 4-2 L 3-4 (12) W 9-3 L 2-12 W 7-2 W 4-1 L 0-1 L 1-2

2013

Clearwater, Fla. BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Louisville W 3-2 (12) USF W 8-7 Rutgers W 2-1 *Notre Dame W 8-1

2014

Clearwater, Fla. UCF Houston Temple

L 7-2 W 7-1 L 9-4

* denotes championship game

UConn in the Postseason

UConn In The NCAA Tournament


All-Americans/Team USA

195761

UConn makes five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, including a 17-win season in 1959 and a second CWS appearance.

UConn Baseball All-Americans

Bob Wedin LHP, 1958

Moe Morhardt Outfield, 1959

Bill Stevens Outfield, 1959

Joe Clement RHP, 1961

Ed Jones RHP, 1963

George Greer Outfield, 1967-68

John Ihlenburg Third Base, 1972

Tom Germano RHP, 1976

Colin McLaughlin RHP, 1979

Randy LaVigne Outfield, 1979

Charles Nagy RHP, 1988

Dennis Dwyer Outfield, 1993

Brian Majeski Outfield, 1994

Jason Grabowski SS/Catcher 1996-97

Mike Scott Outfield, 1999

Mike Nemeth First Base, 2010

Matt Barnes RHP, 2011

George Springer OF, 2011

UConn

and International

Baseball

Kevin Vance RHP, 2011

LJ Mazzilli 2B, 2013

The UConn baseball program has had several players, as well as former head coach Andy Baylock, involved with Team USA and USA Baseball. Most recently, current second baseman LJ Mazzilli served as an alternate on the USA Collegiate National Team. George Springer and Matt Barnes played for the USA Collegiate Baseball Team during the 2010 summer. Barnes was 3-0 and held an ERA of 1.42. In 19 innings of work, he allowed three earned runs, while striking out 26 batters, which was second-best on the team. Springer led Team USA with seven doubles and 18 RBI. He batted .292 in 18 games and his grand slam against Japan lifted USA to a 4-2 win to advance to the gold medal game of the V FISU World University Baseball Championship. In the winter of 1999, former Husky and 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist Charles Nagy was

Charles Nagy 1988 Olympic Team Gold Medalist

named to the 15-member All-Time USA Baseball team. Among other players named

John Kelly 1993

to the same team were former major leaguers Nomar Garciaparra, Mark McGwire, Robin Ventura and Will Clark. Husky catcher Brian Esposito trained with the United States Baseball program, joining the squad for USA Baseball tryouts in June of 1999.

Brian Specyalski 1988

Andy Baylock Pitching Coach 1985, 88, 89

Former Husky standout Jason Grabowski made two appearances at USA Baseball Camps in 1995, joining the program for USA Baseball tryouts in June and then attending the 1995 Fall Baseball Trials in November in Homestead, Fla. In November of 1994, Grabowski and pitcher Mike Galati joined the long line of Huskies to train or compete with the United States National Baseball program. The pair joined a select group of 72 players invited to participate in the USA Baseball National Fall Trials in Homestead, Fla., from November 2-6, 1994. Connecticut was the only school from the Northeast represented and was one of only 16 Division I

Mike Galati 1994

schools across the nation to be represented by two or more players.

Brian Esposito 1999

In 1993, former Husky John Kelly was a member of the USA Baseball squad that represented the U.S. in Nicaragua at the Pan-American Qualifier for the 1994 World Championships. Kelly finished his stint with the team with a record of 2-0 and a 2.81 ERA. In 1988, Connecticut had a trio of performers for USA Baseball. Charles Nagy was a member of the USA Baseball team that traveled to the 1988 Seoul Olympics and captured the gold medal. Nagy made 19 appearances for Team USA in 1988, going 3-1 with a 1.05 ERA and a team-leading six saves. He appeared in two games in the Olympics, pitching 2.0 innings and earning a save. UConn was also well-represented

Peter Soteropoulos 2004 Greece Olympic Team

LJ Mazzilli 2011

George Springer 2010

Matt Barnes 2010

on the fall 1988 USA team that finished second at the Kaohsiung International Harbor Baseball Tournament in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Former Husky shortstop Brian Specyalski appeared in seven games, while former UConn coach Andy Baylock served as pitching coach for the squad. Baylock has served three stints with Team USA as a pitching coach, in 1985, fall of 1988 and 1989.

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1963

Huskies in the Pros

Ed Jones finishes the season with an 8-0 record and tied the NCAA single-season record for earned run average at 0.26.

All Former Huskies Drafted Or Signed By MLB Clubs Dennis Accomando Nick Ahmed Bob Anderson John Andreoli Tony Attanasio Brian Bach Ed Baird Matt Barnes Chris Barton Scott Berney Greg Biercevicz Mike Blais Harold Brantley, Jr. Alan Bundy Brett Burnham Bob Butterfield Tim Cain Jesse Carlson Ed Carroll Clarke Caudill Joe Clement Ken Coffee Kyle Cooney Ken Cullum Larry Day Trent DeLazzer Dennis Donovan Dennis Donovan Marek Drabinski George Dropo Walt Dropo Erik Drown Bruce Drummond Dennis Dwyer Jason Edgar Doug Elliot David Erickson Mark Ericson Brian Esposito Josh Farkes Peter Fatse David Fischer John Folino Dave Ford Jay Fredlund Jason Fronio Jeff Fulchino Ryan Fuller Mike Galati Augie Garbatini Al Garray Mike Gerich Tom Germano Elliot Glynn Clayton Gery Jason Grabowski George Greer Dave Guild

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Steve Gulyas Mike Haiday Russ Halloran Russ Hansen Chris Hayes Roberto Hernandez Brian Herosian Matt Hukill John Ihlenburg Jim Jachym Mike James Doug Jennings Mike Johnson Craig Jones Ed Jones Jim Jones Glenn Katz John Kelly Doug King Tom Kopp Ted Kosior Jerry LaPenta Russ Laribee Randy LaVigne Tom Lawton Brad Leach Mike Leonard Pierre LePage Brad Linden Dennis Long G. Booth Lusteg Andy Lynch Joshua MacDonald Dan Mahoney Pat Mahoney Brian Majeski Mike Malley Anthony Marzi LJ Mazzilli Matt McDonald Colin McLaughlin Kevin Meier Moe Morhardt Dave Musco Charles Nagy Greg Nappo Mike Nemeth Tim Norton Scott Oberg Dusty Odenbach Tom O’Connell Mike Olt Brian Packin Tom Penders Bob Petrillo Tom Proctor Tony Przbycien Aaron Quinn

Dennis Regan Billy Rich John Risley Ron Romaniello Todd Rosenthal Tom Rossi Russ Rotko Pete Sala Josh Santos Bob Schaefer Mike Scott John Shea Rollie Sheldon Dave Showalter Greg Sinatro John Slosar John Slusarz Jim Smith Pete Smith Pete Soteropoulos Brian Specyalski George Springer Bill Stevens Stew Strong Mike Tarsi Jack Taylor Tom Thulin Erik Turgeon Nick Tucci Jeff Uccello Kevin Vance Tom Verdi Jeff Velez Pete Walker Gary Waslewski Austin Wasserman Bob Wedin Mark Winters


Huskies in the Pros

Pros Under Jim Penders The 2014 major league baseball season marked a new level of success for UConn alums in professional baseball. For the first time in the history of Connecticut baseball, four ex-Huskies were playing in the majors. Three came from UConn’s unprecedented class of 2011, a squad that saw 10 Huskies drafted or signed as free agents by major league clubs. Currently, in addition to the four MLB Huskies, there are six other former UConn stars rising through the highest ranks of the minors. Overall, 39 players under Penders have been drafted or signed by MLB teams in his 12 years at the helm of the program.

Nick Ahmed (UConn 2009-11)

Matt Barnes (UConn 2009-11)

Mike Olt (UConn 2008-10)

George Springer (UConn 2009-11)

MLB debut with Arizona on 6/29/14 Played in 25 games during debut season

MLB debut with Texas on 8/2/12 12 home runs for Chicago in 2014

MLB debut with Boston on 9/9/14 Eight strikeouts in first nine ML innings

MLB debut with Houston on 4/16/14 20 home runs in 78 games as a rookie

Huskies Currently in Minor League Baseball

John Andreoli Cubs - AA

LJ Mazzilli Mets - AA

Greg Nappo Marlins - AAA

Scott Oberg Rockies - AA

Kevin Vance White Sox -

Tom Verdi Mariners - R

Anthony Marzi Yankees - TBD

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1965

The Baltimore Orioles make Tom Lawton the first Husky drafted into Major League Baseball with a 12th round selection.

UConn, 1943/1946 1950 AL Rookie of the Year

Gary Waslewski

UConn, 1960 Started Game 6 in 1967 WS

Roberto Hernandez

Charles Nagy

Pete Walker

Jason Grabowski

Brian Esposito

Jeff Fulchino

Jesse Carlson

UConn, 1987-88 Three-time AL All-Star

UConn, 1998-00

UConn, 1989-90

UConn, 1999-01

UConn, 1985 Two-time AL All-Star

UConn, 1995-97

UConn, 2000-02

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Walt “Moose” Dropo


1968

Husky Record Book: Career Hitting

George Greer becomes the first two-time All-American at Connecticut.

Batting Average (Min. 250 ABs) Clarke Caudill, 1997-00....... .375 Billy Rich, 1996-98............. .372 Peter Soteropoulos, 2000-03. .371 Mike Scott, 2000-01........... .370 Dennis Dwyer, 1991-94....... .367 Andy Walker, 1987-88......... .366 Glenn Katz, 1998-99........... .359 Mike Nemeth, 2008-11........ .356 Jason Grabowski, 1995-97... .355 Ken Cullum, 1957-59.......... .355 Chris Bisson, 1993-95......... .352 Jon Gorrie, 1999-02............ .351 Dave Ford, 1983-85............ .347 George Springer, 2009-11... .346 Brian Specyalski, 1986-89... .340 John Andreoli, 2009-11....... .340 LJ Mazzilli, 2010-2013......... .340 Todd Rosenthal, 1989-92..... .338 Randy Lavigne, 1976-79...... .338 Pierre LePage, 2008-10....... .336 Games Played Billy Ferriter, 2010-2013....... Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... Pat Mahoney, 2005-08......... LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............. Dennis Donovan, 2004-07.... Matt Untiet, 2004-07........... George Springer, 2009-11.... Tom Verdi, 2011-14............. Cy Hess, 1999-02................ Russ D’Argento, 2001-05...... Larry Day, 2004-07.............. Bryan Maler, 2003-06........... Mike Leonard, 2001-04........ Brian Packin, 1997-00.......... Sean Irey, 1991-94.............. Joe Kagerer, 1998-01........... Willy Mercado, 1996-99........ Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........ Paul Funk, 1990-93............. Dale Brannon, 2006-09........ Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ Peter Fatse, 2007-09...........

242 241 217 212 204 202 186 183 179 178 178 177 177 177 177 172 172 172 171 170 170 168

At Bats Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... Billy Ferriter, 2010-13.......... LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............. Pat Mahoney, 2005-08......... Dennis Donovan, 2004-07.... Pierre LePage, 2008-10........ George Springer, 2009-11.... Matt Untiet, 2004-07........... Brian Packin, 1997-00.......... Todd Rosenthal, 1989-92...... Tom Verdi, 2011-14............. Larry Day, 2004-07.............. Russ D’Argento, 2001-05...... Nick Ahmed, 2009-11.......... Mike Leonard, 2001-04........ Peter Fatse, 2007-09........... Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........ Mike Olt, 2008-10................ Sean Irey, 1991-94.............. Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ Cy Hess, 1999-02................ LJ Mazzilli, 2010-2013..........

931 920 887 779 759 706 700 687 684 671 670 659 651 648 648 635 631 630 630 618 611 607

Bold Indicates Returning Player

Runs George Springer, 2009-11.... Billy Ferriter, 2010-13.......... Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... Sean Irey, 1991-94.............. Pierre LePage, 2008-10........ Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ LJ Mazzilli 2010-13.............. Pat Mahoney, 2005-08......... Russ D’Argento, 2001-05...... Jason Edgar, 1995-98.......... Billy Rich, 1996-98.............. Cy Hess, 1999-02................ Mike Olt, 2008-10................ Nick Ahmed, 2009-11.......... Peter Fatse, 2007-09........... Jon Gorrie, 1999-02............. Brian Tisbert, 1999-01......... Jason Grabowski, 1995-97.... Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........

220 188 172 170 165 160 156 153 152 149 148 147 144 143 132 130 130 128 126

Triples LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............... 13 Brian Majeski, 1992-94.......... 11 George Springer, 2009-11...... 10 Billy Ferriter, 2010-13............ 10 Peter Soteropoulos, 2000-03..... 9 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00............ 9 Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92............ 9 John Ihlenburg, 1971-73.......... 9 Ryan Fuller, 2011-12................ 9 Bill Stevens, 1957-59............... 8 Dan Trubia, 2000-03................ 8 Randy LaVigne, 1976-79.......... 8 Mike Olt, 2008-10.................... 8 Peter Fatse, 2007-09............... 7 Austin Wasserman, 2005-06..... 7 Mike Mocerino, 2001-04........... 7 Cy Hess, 1999-02.................... 7 Glenn Katz, 1998-99................ 7 Keith Wetjen, 1992-95............. 7 Dennis Donovan, 1979-81........ 7 Jim Considine, 1978-81............ 7

Jason Grabowski, 1995-97

Hits Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... 331 LJ Mazzilli 2010-13.............. 295 Billy Ferriter 2010-13........... 288 George Springer, 2009-11.... 242 Pierre LePage, 2008-10........ 237 Dennis Donovan, 2004-07.... 236 Pat Mahoney, 2005-08......... 233 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ 232 Todd Rosenthal, 1989-92...... 227 Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........ 210 Billy Rich, 1996-98.............. 206 Mike Leonard, 2001-04........ 205 Brian Packin, 1997-00.......... 203 Russ D’Argento, 2001-05...... 200 Peter Soteropoulos, 2000-03.199 Mike Olt, 2008-10................ 198 Nick Ahmed, 2009-11.......... 197 Larry Day, 2004-07.............. 196 Matt Untiet, 2004-07........... 195 Jon Gorrie, 1999-02............. 191

Home Runs George Springer, 2009-11...... 46 Mike Olt, 2008-10.................. 44 Jason Grabowski, 1995-97...... 43 Brian Packin, 1997-00............ 38 Jerry LaPenta, 1983-86.......... 35 Chris Bisson, 1993-96............ 33 Billy Rich, 1996-98................ 31 Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92.......... 25 Mike Nemeth, 2008-11........... 24 Peter Fatse, 2007-09............. 23 Jason Edgar, 1995-98............ 23 Jim Considine, 1978-81.......... 23 Sean Irey, 1991-94................ 22 Cy Hess, 1999-02.................. 21 Matt Zawalich, 1994-97.......... 21 Dave Ford, 1983-85............... 21 LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............... 21 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00.......... 20 Jeff Hourigan, 2004-05........... 17 Mike Johnson, 1979-81.......... 17

Doubles Mike Nemeth, 2008-11........... 70 LJ Mazilli, 2010-13................ 67 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00.......... 54 George Springer, 2009-11...... 53 Pierre LePage, 2008-10.......... 50 Pat Mahoney, 2005-08........... 46 Brian Tisbert, 1999-01........... 46 Brian Packin, 1997-00............ 46 Ryan Fuller, 2011-12.............. 43 Billy Rich, 1996-98................ 42 Mike Leonard, 2001-04.......... 41 Sean Irey, 1991-94................ 41 Peter Fatse, 2007-09............. 40 Dennis Donovan, 2007-09...... 40 Russ D’Argento, 2001-05........ 40 Joe Kagerer, 1998-01............. 39 Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92.......... 39 Billy Ferriter, 2010-13............ 37 Todd Rosenthal, 1989-92........ 36 Craig MacDonald, 1989-92...... 36

Runs Batted In Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... 211 George Springer, 2009-11.... 196 Mike Olt, 2008-10................ 177 Brian Packin, 1997-00.......... 170 Jason Grabowski, 1995-97.... 151 Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........ 150 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ 149 Billy Rich, 1996-98.............. 144 LJ Mazzilli 2010-13.............. 139 Peter Fatse, 2007-09........... 131 Cy Hess, 1999-02................ 131 Piere LePage, 2008-10......... 130 Peter Soteropoulos, 2000-03.128 Sean irey, 1991-94.............. 128 Chris Bisson, 1993-96.......... 123 Jerry LaPenta, 1983-86........ 123 Mike Leonard, 2001-04........ 118 Dennis Donovan, 2004-07.... 118 Jason Edgar, 1995-98.......... 114

Total Bases Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... George Springer, 2009-11.... LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............. Mike Olt, 2008-10................ Brian Packin, 1997-00.......... Clarke Caudill, 1997-00........ Billy Rich, 1996-98.............. Billy Ferriter 2010-13........... Jason Grabowski, 1995-97.... Sal Tinnerello, 1989-92........ Chris Bisson, 1993-96.......... Dennis Donovan, 2004-07.... Pat Mahoney, 2005-08......... Peter Fatse, 2007-09........... Pierre LePage, 2008-10........ Sean Irey, 1991-94.............. Cy Hess, 1999-02................ Mike Leonard, 2001-04........ Russ D’Argento, 2001-05......

481 453 451 378 367 364 353 351 346 342 324 324 319 310 305 297 295 295 292

Walks Sean Irey, 1991-94.............. 143 Mike Nemeth, 2008-11......... 134 George Springer, 2009-11.... 128 Cy Hess, 1999-02................ 108 Jason Grabowski, 1995-97.... 106 Willy Mercado, 1996-99.......... 97 Clarke Caudill, 1997-00.......... 94 Jason Edgar, 1995-98............ 94 Billy Ferriter 2010-13............. 94 Matt Zawalich, 1994-97.......... 84 Reuben Wilson, 1993-96........ 83 Peter Fatse, 2007-09............. 82 Harry Trohalis, 1970-72.......... 82 Mike Olt, 2008-10.................. 80

Mike Nemeth, 2008-11 Stolen Bases Billy Ferriter, 2010-13.......... 100 Dennis Dwyer, 1991-94.......... 80 George Springer, 2009-11...... 76 Nick Ahmed, 2009-11............ 68 LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13............... 60 Brian Specyalski, 1986-89...... 60 Brian Majeski, 1992-94.......... 56 Jon Gorrie, 1999-02............... 55 Pierre LePage, 2008-10.......... 51 John Andreoli, 2009-11.......... 49 Russ D’Argento, 2001-05........ 49 Bryan Maler, 2003-06............. 48 Reuben Wilson, 1993-96........ 48 Cy Hess, 1999-02.................. 46 Tom Verdi, 2011-14............... 46 Sean Irey, 1991-94................ 45 Glenn Katz, 1998-99.............. 44 Peter Fatse, 2007-09............. 43 Austin Wasserman, 2005-06... 41 Peter Soteropoulos, 2000-03... 36 Mike Olt, 2008-10.................. 35

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.463 .432 .429 .425 .420 .413 .411 .408 .405 .404 .403 .402 .400 .399

Clarke Caudill, 1997-00 Games Played John Andreoli, 2011............... 66 Mike Nemeth, 2011............... 66 George Springer, 2011........... 66 Doug Elliot, 2011................... 65 LJ Mazzilli, 2011.................... 65 Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 64 Mike Olt, 2010...................... 64 George Springer, 2010........... 64 Billy Ferriter, 2011................. 63 Ryan Fuller, 2011................... 63 Nick Ahmed, 2011................. 63 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................... 63 Vinny Siena, 2013.......................63 Billy Ferriter, 2013................. 63 Bobby Melley, 2013....................63 Pat Mahoney, 2007................ 61 Dennis Donovan, 2007........... 61 Peter Fatse, 2009.................. 60 Billy Ferriter, 2010................. 60 Matt Untiet, 2007.................. 60 Tom Verdi, 2013................................60 Eric Yavarone, 2012....................59 At Bats LJ Mazzilli, 2011.................. 275 Nick Ahmed, 2010............... 267 Mike Olt, 2010.................... 264 John Andreoli, 2011............. 262 Billy Ferriter, 2013............... 262 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................. 260 Mike Nemeth, 2011............. 259 Vinny Siena, 2013.....................255 Mike Nemeth, 2010............. 254 Dennis Donovan, 2007......... 249 Pierre LePage, 2010............. 248 Doug Elliot, 2011................. 247 George Springer, 2011......... 245 Ryan Fuller, 2011................. 244 George Springer, 2010......... 243 Bobby Melley, 2013................. 240 LJ Mazzilli, 2012.................. 239 Billy Ferriter, 2012............... 238 Pierre LePage, 2009............. 235

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Runs George Springer, 2010........... 84 George Springer, 2009........... 75 Mike Olt, 2010...................... 67 Jason Edgar, 1997................. 67 Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 63 Pierre LePage, 2010............... 63 George Springer, 2011........... 61 Billy Rich, 1997..................... 61 Clarke Caudill, 2000............... 60 Brian Tisbert, 1999................ 60 Jon Gorrie, 2002................... 59 Nick Ahmed, 2010................. 57 Billy Ferriter, 2010................. 57 Peter Fatse, 2009.................. 57 Dennis Dwyer, 1994............... 57 Pierre LePage, 2008............... 55 Austin Wasserman, 2006........ 55 Reuben Wilson, 1996............. 55 Cy Hess, 2002...................... 53 Hits Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 98 LJ Mazzilli, 2011.................... 93 Mike Nemeth, 2011............... 93 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................... 92 Mike Scott, 2001................... 85 George Springer, 2011........... 84 Mike Olt, 2010...................... 84 John Andreoli, 2011............... 83 Dennis Donovan, 2007........... 83 George Springer, 2010........... 82 Billy Rich, 1997..................... 82 Billy Ferriter, 2010................. 81 Pierre LePage, 2010............... 81 LJ Mazzilli, 2012.................... 81 Nick Ahmed, 2010................. 80 Pierre LePage, 2009............... 80 Mike Nemeth, 2009............... 80 Ryan Fuller, 2011................... 77 Bobby Melley, 2014............ 75 Doubles Ryan Fuller, 2011................... 27 LJ Mazzilli, 2011.................... 23 George Springer, 2011........... 23 Mike Nemeth, 2009............... 22 Pierre LePage, 2010............... 20 Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 20 Clarke Caudill, 1999............... 20 Billy Rich, 1997..................... 20 Brian Tisbert, 1999................ 19 Craig MacDonald, 1992.......... 19 LJ Mazzilli, 2012.................... 19 Peter Fatse, 2009.................. 18 Jeff Hourigan, 2005............... 18 Tony Mallozzi, 2005............... 18 Marek Drabinski, 1990........... 18 Dennis Donovan, 2006........... 17 Pat Mahoney, 2006................ 17 Clarke Caudill, 2000............... 17 Kevin Wissner, 2000............... 17 Dennis Dwyer, 1993............... 17

Mike Olt, 2008-10

Triples Keith Wetjen, 1994.................. 6 Ryan Fuller, 2012..................... 5 LJ Mazzilli, 2011...................... 5 Billy Ferriter, 2010................... 5 Dan Trubia, 2002..................... 5 Clarke Caudill, 2000................. 5 Brian Majeski, 1994................. 5 Brian Majeski, 1993................. 5 Jim Considine, 1979................. 5 Randy LaVigne, 1979............... 5 Jim Toler, 1977........................ 5 George Uhl, 1961.................... 5 Bill Stevens, 1959................... 5

Brian Packin, 1997-00 Home Runs Mike Olt, 2010...................... 23 Brian Packin, 1999................. 19 George Springer, 2010........... 18 Jason Grabowski, 1996.......... 18 George Springer, 2009........... 16 Jason Edgar, 1997................. 16 Jason Grabowski, 1997.......... 16 Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 15 Billy Rich, 1998..................... 15 Jerry LaPenta, 1986............... 15 Mike Olt, 2008...................... 13 Billy Rich, 1997..................... 13 Mike Johnson, 1981............... 13 George Springer, 2011........... 12 Glenn Katz, 1998................... 12 Matt Zawalich, 1997.............. 12 Chris Bisson, 1996................. 12 Runs Batted In Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 84 George Springer, 2011........... 77 Mike Olt, 2010...................... 76 George Springer, 2010........... 62 Mike Olt, 2008...................... 61 Brian Packin, 1999................. 60 Jason Grabowski, 1996.......... 59 Ryan Fuller, 2011................... 58 Billy Rich, 1998..................... 58 Pierre LePage, 2010............... 57 George Springer, 2009........... 57 Jason Grabowski, 1997.......... 57 Kyle Cooney, 1994................. 56 Kevin Wissner, 2000............... 56 Billy Rich, 1997..................... 55 Peter Fatse, 2009.................. 54 Mike Nemeth, 2011............... 51 Larry Day, 2006.................... 51 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................... 51

Total Bases Mike Olt, 2010.................... Mike Nemeth, 2010............. George Springer, 2010......... George Springer, 2011......... George Springer, 2009......... Billy Rich, 1997................... Jason Grabowski, 1996........ LJ Mazzilli, 2011.................. Jason Edgar, 1997............... LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................. Peter Fatse, 2009................ Glenn Katz, 1998................. LJ Mazzilli, 2012.................. Ryan Fuller, 2011................. Mike Olt, 2008.................... Brian Packin, 1999............... Billy Rich, 1998................... Mike Nemeth, 2009............. Jason Grabowski, 1997........

174 165 160 149 144 143 140 135 135 134 132 131 131 130 127 127 126 124 123

Walks George Springer, 2010........... 60 Jason Grabowski, 1997.......... 50 Sean Irey, 1993.................... 46 Mike Nemeth, 2011............... 45 Sean Irey, 1992.................... 40 Tom Capalbo, 1981................ 40 Matt Burnett, 2009................ 39 Cy Hess, 2001...................... 39 Mike Nemeth, 2010............... 38 Jerry LaPenta, 1985............... 38 Gary Woodfield, 1979............. 37 George Springer, 2011........... 36 Austin Wasserman, 2006........ 36 Brian Tisbert, 1999................ 36 John Ihlenburg, 1972............. 36 Cy Hess, 2002...................... 35 Willy Mercado, 1999.............. 35 Keith Wetjen, 1994................ 35 Stolen Bases Dennis Dwyer, 1993............... 40 Dennis Dwyer, 1994............... 39 Nick Ahmed, 2010................. 34 Billy Ferriter, 2010................. 33 George Springer, 2010........... 33 George Springer, 2011........... 31 Jon Gorrie, 2002................... 31 Brian Specyalski, 1989........... 31 Pierre LePage, 2010............... 29 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.................... 29 Reuben Wilson, 1996............. 28 Billy Ferriter, 2013................. 27 Brian Majeski, 1994............... 27 Jack Sundberg, 2014.......... 27 John Andreoli, 2010............... 24 Billy Ferriter, 2012................. 24 Glenn Katz, 1999................... 24 Nick Ahmed, 2011................. 23 Brian Majeski, 1993............... 23 John Andreoli, 2011............... 22

Bill Stevens, 1957-59 Bold Indicates Returning Player

Husky Record Book: Single Season Hitting

Batting Average Bill Loos, 1948................... Billy Rich, 1997.................. Chris Bisson, 1994.............. Dennis Dwyer, 1993............ Bill Stevens, 1959.............. Mike Scott, 2001................ Todd Rosenthal, 1989.......... Brian Majeski, 1994............ Len King, 1956................... Clarke Caudill, 1998............ George Greer, 1966............ Clarke Caudill, 2000............ Ken Cullum, 1959............... Andy Walker, 1987..............

UConn sweeps the field in the NCAA District I Playoffs at Harvard and makes its fourth trip to Omaha.


Husky Record Book: Pitching

1977

Connecticut makes it back to the NCAA Tournament with a 28-8 record,behind the first 10-win season for a pitcher in program history from Tom Germano.

Career Pitching Records

Earned Run Average Jack Taylor, 1973-76........... 1.00 Joe Clement, 1959-61......... 1.06 Tom Lawton, 1965-67......... 1.30 Ed Jones, 1961-63.............. 1.37 Ed Baird, 1966-68.............. 1.40 Bob Wedin, 1956-58........... 1.48 John Risley, 1958-60........... 1.49 Brian Herosian, 1971-73...... 1.57 Scott Oberg, 2009-12......... 1.59 Craig Jones, 1964............... 1.69 Jim Jachym, 1970-72.......... 1.79 Pete Carlin, 1968-70........... 1.92 Hy Chapin, 1948-49............ 1.98 Don Kilbreth, 1954-56......... 2.01 Bill Hogerty, 1967-69.......... 2.12 Steve Gulyas, 1963-65........ 2.12 Bill Risley, 1955-57............. 2.13 Mark Winters, 1979-80........ 2.13 Carson Cross, 2012-Pres. 2.13 Richard Love, 1948-50........ 2.16 Brian Bach, 1968-69........... 2.18 Wins Tom Germano, 1974-77......... 26 Greg Nappo, 2007-11............ 25 Matt Barnes, 2009-11............ 24 Patrick Sperone, 1999-02....... 22 Ed Baird, 1966-68................. 19 John Kelly, 1992-94............... 18 Robert Van Woert, 2007-11.... 17 Nick Tucci, 2002-06............... 17 Erik Drown, 1999-03.............. 17 Dennis Long, 1977-80............ 17 Aaron Quinn, 1991-94............ 16 Joe Clement, 1959-61............ 16 Jim Jachym, 1970-72............. 16 Brendan McGinn, 2003-07...... 16 Elliot Glynn, 2008-11............. 15 Anthony Marzi, 2011-14......... 15 Rich Sirois, 2004-07.............. 15 Brian Ward, 2011-14.............. 15 Bob Wedin, 1956-58.............. 15 Appearances Dan Feehan, 2010-13............ 96 David Erickson, 2005-09........ 87 Mike James, 2001-04............. 76 Ted Garry, 2004-07................ 73 David Mahoney, 2012-14........ 71 Scott Oberg, 2009-12............ 71 David Fischer, 2009-12........... 66 Robert Barton, 1999-03.......... 64 Matt Karl, 2005-08................ 62 Joshua MacDonald, 2002-06... 62 Joe Smeraglino, 2003-06........ 60 Chris DeBrisco, 1998-00......... 60 Will Jolin, 2011-13................. 57 Greg Nappo, 2007-11............ 56 Chet Kasper, 1995-97............ 56 Craig Gaudio, 1987-90........... 56 Anthony Marzi, 2011-14......... 55 Complete Games Dennis Long, 1977-80............ 19 Mark Winters, 1979-80........... 18 John Kelly, 1992-94............... 16 Ed Baird, 1966-68................. 16 Scott Ryan, 1983-86.............. 15 Ed Jones, 1961-63................. 14 Mike Galati, 1994-98............. 13 Brian Herosian, 1971-73......... 13 Tom Germano, 1974-77......... 12 Richard Love, 1948-50........... 12 Charles Nagy, 1987-88........... 11 Patrick Sperone, 1999-02....... 11 Bold Indicates Returning Player

Saves Mike James, 2001-04............. 22 Kevin Vance, 2009-11............ 21 David Erickson, 2005-09........ 20 Matt Karl, 2005-08................ 18 Scott Oberg, 2009-12............ 11 Ted Garry, 2004-07.................. 9 David Mahoney, 2012-14.......... 7 Robert Barton, 1999-03............ 6 Chris Hayes, 1990-93.............. 6 Kevin Hickey, 1982-85............. 6 Chet Kasper, 1995-97.............. 6 Joe Smeraglino, 2003-06.......... 6

Shutouts Brian Herosian, 1971-73........... 7 Mark Winters, 1979-80............. 6 Ed Baird, 1966-68................... 6 Ed Jones, 1961-63................... 6 Pete Carlin, 1968-70................ 5 Matt Barnes, 2009-11.............. 4 Tom Germano, 1974-77........... 4 Jim Jachym, 1970-72............... 4 Dennis Long, 1977-80.............. 4 Tom Lawton, 1965-67.............. 4 Pete Walker, 1989-90............... 4 Innings Pitched Greg Nappo, 2007-11........311.1 Anthony Marzi, 2011-14.....299.1 Patrick Sperone, 1999-02...261.2 Matt Barnes, 2009-11........256.2 Elliot Glynn, 2008-11.........255.1 Tom Germano, 1974-77.....255.0 Dennis Long, 1977-80........251.0 Tim Norton, 2003-06.........249.2 Brian Ward, 2011-14..........229.0 Brendan McGinn, 2003-07..223.2 John Kelly, 1992-94...........219.0 Nick Tucci, 2002-06...........214.1 Jesse Carlson, 2000-02......213.0 Chris DeBrisco, 1998-00.....208.0 Mike Galati, 1994-98.........206.1 Rich Sirois, 2004-07..........205.1 Ed Baird, 1966-68.............205.0 Erik Drown, 1999-03..........203.0 Scott Ryan, 1983-85..........200.0 Jim Jachym, 1970-72.........191.0 Brian Herosian, 1971-73.....189.1 Robert Van Woert, 2007-11.. 186.1 Strikeouts Matt Barnes, 2009-11.......... Ed Baird, 1966-68............... Tim Norton, 2003-06........... Anthony Marzi, 2011-14....... Greg Nappo, 2007-11.......... Brian Herosian, 1971-73....... Tom Germano, 1974-77....... Charles Nagy, 1987-88......... Jesse Carlson, 2000-02........ John Kelly, 1992-94............. Bob Wedin, 1956-58............ Patrick Sperone, 1999-02..... Jim Jachym, 1970-72........... Greg Biercevicz, 1974-77..... Brian Ward, 2011-14............ Josh Santos, 1996-98.......... Elliot Glynn, 2008-11........... John Baldwin, 1972-75......... Jim Jones, 1987-89............. Brendan McGinn, 2003-07.... David Fischer, 2009-12......... Mike Galati, 1994-98...........

247 243 226 217 215 214 206 194 186 181 179 178 175 172 166 164 160 160 160 158 154 153

Single Season Pitching Records

Earned Run Average (Min. 10 App.) Ed Jones, 1963...0.26 (NCAA Record) Tom Lawton, 1965.............. 0.37 Jack Taylor, 1976................ 0.44 Brian Herosian, 1971.......... 0.62 John Risley, 1960............... 0.70 Ed Baird, 1967................... 0.84 Al Belanger, 1961............... 0.84 Joe Clement, 1960.............. 0.91 Jack Taylor, 1974................ 0.94 Joe Clement, 1961.............. 0.97 Scott Oberg, 2012.............. 0.99 Richard Love, 1948............. 1.02 Russ Rotko, 1964............... 1.03 Bob Wedin, 1957................ 1.04 Steve Lake, 1975............... 1.07 Brad Leach, 1960............... 1.08 Jim Jachym, 1970............... 1.15 Carson Cross, 2012......... 1.21 Joe Clement, 1959.............. 1.23 Mike Ben, 1954.................. 1.26 Wins Colin McLaughlin, 1979.......... 12 Matt Barnes, 2011................. 11 Tom Germano, 1976.............. 11 Greg Nappo, 2011................. 10 Tom Germano, 1977.............. 10 Nick Tucci, 2006...................... 9 Carson Cross, 2013.............. 9 Matt Barnes, 2010................... 8 Greg Nappo, 2010................... 8 Brendan McGinn, 2007............. 8 Aaron Quinn, 1994.................. 8 Ed Baird, 1967........................ 8 Ed Jones, 1963....................... 8 Joe Clement, 1961................... 8 John Risley, 1959.................... 8 Bob Wedin, 1958..................... 8 Hy Chapin, 1949..................... 8 Mark Winters, 1980................. 8 Appearances David Mahoney, 2013............. 34 Scott Oberg, 2010................. 30 Dusty Odenbach, 2009........... 28 David Mahoney, 2014............. 27 Dan Feehan, 2011................. 27 Kevin Vance, 2011................. 27 David Erickson, 2009............. 27 Patrick Ruotolo, 2014......... 25 Dan Feehan, 2013................. 25 David Fischer, 2011............... 24 Will Jolin, 2011..................... 24 Dan Feehan, 2010................. 24 David Erickson, 2005............. 24 Mike James, 2003.................. 24 Chris Hayes, 1993................. 24 Pat Butler, 2013.................... 24 Dan Mahoney, 2009............... 23 Shutouts Mark Winters, 1980................. 4 Pete Carlin, 1978..................... 4 Ed Jones, 1963....................... 4 Colin McLaughlin, 1979............ 3 Tom Germano, 1976................ 3 Brian Herosian, 1971............... 3 Jim Jachym, 1970.................... 3 Ed Baird, 1968........................ 3

Saves Kevin Vance, 2011................. 13 David Erickson, 2009............. 12 Matt Karl, 2007..................... 11 Mike James, 2003.................. 11 Mike James, 2002.................... 9 Scott Oberg, 2012................... 9 Kevin Vance, 2010................... 8 David Mahoney, 2014............... 5 Jordan Tabakman, 2013....... 5 Pat Butler, 2013...................... 5 Robert Barton, 2000................ 5 Chris Hayes, 1993................... 5 Innings Pitched Matt Barnes, 2011.............121.0 Colin McLaughlin, 1979......111.0 Carson Cross, 2013....... 110.2 Anthony Marzi, 2012........... 98.2 Anthony Marzi, 2013........... 98.1 Greg Nappo, 2010.............. 97.1 Greg Nappo, 2011.............. 95.2 Bob Hoffer, 1981................ 95.0 Mark Winters, 1980............ 95.0 Pete Carlin, 1970................ 93.1 Anthony Marzi, 2014........... 92.2 Tim Norton, 2006............... 92.2 John Kelly, 1993................. 92.1 Craig Steuernagel, 1981...... 91.0 Mike James, 2004............... 90.1 Tom Germano, 1976........... 89.1 Aaron Quinn, 1994............. 88.0 Mike Tarsi, 2007................. 87.2 Patrick Sperone, 2002......... 87.2 Pete Walker, 1990............... 87.2 Elliot Glynn, 2010............... 87.1 Bill Risley, 1957.................. 87.1 Charles Nagy, 1988............ 86.1 Strikeouts Colin McLaughlin, 1979........ 138 Matt Barnes, 2011............... 117 Charles Nagy, 1988............. 113 Greg Biercevicz, 1977............ 97 Tim Norton, 2006.................. 96 Ed Baird, 1967...................... 94 Josh Santos, 1998................. 91 Carson Cross, 2013.....................86 Ed Baird, 1968...................... 83 Bill Risley, 1957..................... 83 Charles Nagy, 1987............... 81 Mark Winters, 1980............... 79 Brian Herosian, 1972............. 78 Brian Herosian, 1971............. 78 Anthony Marzi, 2013.............. 78 Tom Germano, 1976.............. 77 Pete Carlin, 1970................... 76 Matt Barnes, 2010................. 75 Bob Wedin, 1958................... 75 Complete Games Mark Winters, 1980............... 10 Colin McLaughlin, 1979............ 9 John Kelly, 1993...................... 8 Charles Nagy, 1988................. 8 Bob Hoffer, 1981..................... 8 Mark Winters, 1979................. 8 Jeff Hourigan, 2004................. 7 Patrick Sperone, 2001.............. 7 Aaron Quinn, 1994.................. 7 Pete Walker, 1990.................... 7 Scott Ryan, 1986..................... 7 Tom Germano, 1976................ 7 Ed Baird, 1968........................ 7 Joe Clement, 1961................... 7 Ed Jones, 1963....................... 7

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UConn plays in its fifth College World Series at Rosenblatt Stadium after advancing from the Northeast Regional with two wins over St. John’s and one over Nebraska. The Huskies surpass 30 wins for the first time with a 31-13 record behind a 12-2 season from Colin McLaughlin.

Assists Nick Ahmed, 2010....... 224 Dennis Donovan, 2007.194 Nick Ahmed, 2011....... 191 LJ Mazzilli, 2013.......... 188 LJ Mazzilli, 2012.......... 177 Pierre LePage, 2009..... 176 Tom Verdi, 2013.......... 174 Pierre LePage, 2010..... 173 Tom Verdi, 2012.......... 172 Vinny Siena, 2014....171 Nick Ahmed, 2009....... 165 Dale Brannon, 2007..... 165 Dennis Donovan, 2006.162 Pierre LePage, 2008..... 158 Tally Noble, 1981......... 154 Paul Funk, 1993.......... 153 Mike Olt, 2008............ 151 Joe Kagerer, 2000........ 151 Joe Kagerer, 1999........ 151 Brian Tisbert, 1999...... 151 Errors Joe Kagerer, 1999..........23 Andy Walker, 1987.........23 Tally Noble, 1981...........23 Jason Edgar, 1997.........22 Keith Wetjen, 1994........22 Joe Kagerer, 2001..........21 Mike Olt, 2009..............21

Career Putouts Mike Nemeth, 08-11.. 2256 Matt Untiet, 04-07..... 1250 Todd Rosenthal, 89-92. 1203 Bobby Melley, 13-...1034 Jim Tonelli, 91-94...... 1001 Mike Leonard, 01-04.... 944 Larry Day, 04-07......... 925 Doug Elliot, 08-11....... 913 Joe Pavone, 08-12....... 889 Dave Ford, 83-85........ 883 Chris Bisson, 93-96..... 857 Gary Woodfield, 77-79. 835 Brian Packin, 97-00..... 829 Marek Drabinski, 87-90.810 Brian Esposito, 88-00... 781 Assists D. Donovan, 04-07...... 599 Nick Ahmed, 09-11...... 580 Paul Funk, 90-93......... 512 Pierre LePage, 08-10.... 507 LJ Mazzilli, 2010-13..... 502 Tom Verdi, 2011-14..... 490 Sean Irey, 91-94......... 477 Joe Kagerer, 98-00...... 454 Brian Tisbert, 99-01..... 427 Mike Olt, 08-10........... 398 Jason Edgar, 95-98...... 397 Dale Brannon, 06-09.... 379 Pat Mahoney, 05-08..... 377 Tally Noble, 79-82....... 367 C. MacDonald, 89-92... 341 Alex Rodriguez, 95-98.. 321 Al Franceschini, 84-86... 320 LJ Mazzilli, 10-13.................314 Errors Tally Noble, 79-82.........63 D. Donovan, 04-07........60 Joe Kagerer, 98-00........59 Jason Edgar, 95-98........57 Mike Olt, 08-10.............53 Paul Funk, 90-93...........51 Pat Mahoney, 05-08.......51 Sean Irey, 91-94...........47 Lj Mazzilli, 2010-13.......47 Reuben Wilson, 93-96....46 Nick Ahmed, 09-11........44 Brian Specyalski, 86-89.. 44 Tom Verdi, 11-14...........41

Team Records (1960-2014)

Batting Avg. .343.....1998 .324.....1997 .322.....2010 .320.....2002 .320.....2000 At-Bats 2337.....2011 2327.....2010 2166........ 2013 2143.....2009 2054.....2007 2054.....2012 Runs 542......2010 447......2009 424......2011 403......2006 399......1997 Hits 750......2010 722......2011 681......2009 631......2006 585......2012

Runs Batted In 492......2010 403......2009 390......2011 363......2006 360......1997 Doubles 140......2010 132......2011 128......1999 126......2009 123......2005 Triples 26........1994 25........1979 24........2010 19........2011 19........2001 Home Runs 83........2010 69........1997 62........1996 61........1985 60........1998

Stolen Bases 171......2010 127......2011 121............ 2013 112......1993 111......1994 96........2001 Wins 48........2010 45........2011 39........2006 36........2009 35............. 2013 Losses 31........2014 30........1995 29........2004 28......08, 13 27......07, 12 Saves 17........2011 16........2007 15.............. 2013 14........2009 12......06, 10

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Walks 255.......... 2013 247......2011 239......2008 227......1987 218....96, 14 211....97, 07 Strikeouts 460......2011 455......2009 397......2010 389 .....2013 386......2012 381......2006 ERA 1.57.....1971 1.59.....1965 1.71.....1976 1.86.....1968 2.06.....1972 Innings Pitched 592.7....2011 574.0....2013 568.2....2007 537.1....2007 531.1....2009

Team Awards

Lawrence R. Panciera MVP Award 1982... Douglas Elliot, C 1983... Paul Tinkham, C 1984... William Crowley, DH 1985... David Ford, 1B 1986... Jerry LaPenta, 3B/1B 1987... David Lanese, 1B/P 1988... Charles Nagy, P 1989... Pete Walker, P/DH/1B 1990... Marek Drabinski, C 1991... Todd Rosenthal, 1B 1992... Craig MacDonald, 2B 1993... Dennis Dwyer, RF 1994... Aaron Quinn, P 1995... Jason Grabowski, C 1996... Jason Grabowski, SS/C 1997... Billy Rich, OF 1998... Josh Santos, P

selected by team 1999... Brian Esposito, C 2000... Clarke Caudill, OF/C 2001... Mike Scott, OF 2002... Cy Hess, CF 2003... Pete Soteropoulos, 1B/LHP 2004... Marc Peluso, 1B 2005... Jeff Hourigan, 1B/P 2006... Tim Norton, P 2007... Dennis Donovan, SS 2008... Mike Olt, SS 2009... George Springer, OF 2010... Mike Olt, 3B 2011... Doug Elliot, C 2012... Scott Oberg, RHP 2013... LJ Mazzilli, 2B 2014... Bobby Melley, 1B

Donald “Dee” Rowe Scholar-Athlete Award selected by the coaches

1994... James Penders, C 1995... Keith Wetjen, SS 1996... Jeff Velez, P 1997... Matt Zawalich, OF 1998... Alex Rodriguez, SS 1999... Greg Stillman, OF 2000... Greg Stillman, OF 2001... Mike Scott, OF 2002... Mike Leonard, C 2003... Andrew Harris, OF

2004... Dave Tokarz, OF 2005... Nick Tucci, P 2006... Josh Farkes, OF 2007... Trent DeLazzer, RHP 2008... Pierre LePage, 2B 2009... Pierre LePage, 2B 2010... Doug Elliot, C 2011... Mike Nemeth, 1B 2012... David Mahoney, LHP 2013... Will Jolin, RHP 2014... Ryan Radue, RHP Mrs. Mary Dropo Unsung Hero Award presented to the player who does the little things that make the team a success as decided by the coaches

1992... Gianni Ragaini, C 1993... Gianni Ragaini, C ......... Paul Funk, SS 1994 .. Jim Tonelli, 1B 1995... Matt Zawalich, OF 1996... Dennis Regan, C/OF 1997... Matt Zawalich, OF 1998... Clarke Caudill, C/OF/3B 1999... Brian Esposito, C 2000... Kevin Wissner, 3B 2001... Chris DeBrisco, P 2002... Cy Hess, CF 2003... Tony Mallozzi, LF 2004... Joe Smeraglino, P 2005... Larry Day, C

2006... Dennis Donovan, SS 2007... Matt Untiet, IF 2008... Pierre LePage, 2B 2009... John Folino, RHP 2010... Billy Ferriter, OF ......... John Andreoli, OF 2011... Greg Nappo, LHP 2012... Billy Ferriter, OF 2013... David Mahoney, LHP

..........Jordan Tabakman, RHP 2014....Brian Ward, LHP

James Allen Pitching Award presented to the pitcher who, in the likes of James Allen, is accomplished, well-conditioned, a team player and a solid student 1994... Aaron Quinn, RHP 1995... John Fisher, RHP 1996... Joel Nadeau, RHP 1997... Chris Barton, RHP 1998... Scott Berney, RHP 1999... Pat Sperone, RHP 2000... Pete Soteropoulos, LHP 2001... Pat Sperone, RHP 2002... Erik Drown, RHP 2003... Mike James, RHP 2004... Jeff Hourigan, RHP

2005... Tim Norton, RHP 2006... Tim Norton, RHP 2007... Mike Tarsi, LHP 2008... David Erickson, RHP 2009... David Erickson, RHP 2010... Scott Oberg, RHP 2011... Matt Barnes, RHP 2012... Scott Oberg, RHP 2013... Carson Cross, RHP 2014... Anthony Marzi, LHP ......... Anthony Kay, LHP

Hirschhorn Foundation Award presented to the player who achieved exceptional mental toughness, overcame numerous setbacks and transformed adversity to opportunity 2005... Dennis Donovan, SS 2006... Nick Tucci, RHP 2007... David Erickson, RHP 2008... John Folino, RHP 2009... Scott Oberg, RHP 2010... Elliot Glynn, LHP

2011... Nick Ahmed, SS ......... Tim Martin, DH 2012... Anthony Marzi, LHP 2013... Tom Verdi, SS 2014... Devin Over, RHP

Husky Record Book: Fielding/Team Awards

Fielding Records

Single Season Putouts Mike Nemeth, 2010..... 628 Mike Nemeth, 2011..... 615 Matt Untiet, 2007........ 588 Bobby Melley, 2013...... 558 Mike Nemeth, 2009..... 553 Matt Untiet, 2006........ 493 Bobby Melley, 2014...... 476 Mike Nemeth, 2008..... 460 Doug Elliot, 2011......... 449 Jim Tonelli, 1992......... 417 Todd Rosenthal, 1990... 417 Brian Packin, 1999....... 407 Todd Rosenthal, 1991... 399 Tom Capalbo, 1981...... 371 Ryan Fuller, 2012......... 362 Marc Peluso, 2004....... 346 Dave Lanses, 1987...... 340 Gary Woodfield, 1979... 338 Rick Belmonte, 1997.... 331 Dave Ford, 1984.......... 326


1980

All-Time Team Statistics (1960--2014)

Long-time assistant coach Andy Baylock succeeds Larry Panciera, who finished with 297 career wins, as head coach.

Year-By-Year Hitting G AVG. AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SB BB SO 2014 58 .268 2004 286 537 253 82 7 22 83 218 318 2013 63 .270 2166 318 584 271 83 14 20 121 255 389 2012 59 .285 2054 297 585 275 99 14 29 77 177 344 2011 66 .309 2337 424 722 390 132 19 34 127 238 349 2010 64 .322 2327 542 750 492 140 24 83 171 285 390 2009 60 .318 2143 447 681 403 126 17 51 69 230 347 2008 55 .290 1956 363 568 325 101 10 38 91 217 360 2007 61 .274 2054 307 562 272 92 5 35 49 184 346 2006 58 .312 2020 403 631 363 109 12 33 70 194 291 2005 56 .303 1895 376 574 328 123 18 26 74 205 284 2004 56 .296 1827 340 540 300 84 9 28 75 215 302 2003 47 .307 1576 326 484 293 81 16 36 56 184 297 2002 50 .320 1707 388 547 340 105 11 40 82 191 307 2001 51 .308 1724 323 531 279 101 19 30 96 175 304 2000 49 .320 1695 361 542 339 109 16 45 55 191 266 1999 51 .308 1764 382 543 348 128 12 58 62 201 318 1998 42 .343 1532 365 526 339 101 11 60 76 188 270 1997 47 .324 1582 399 513 360 99 11 69 51 242 289 1996 47 .303 1626 351 493 323 97 14 62 75 200 257 1995 44 .266 1460 253 388 224 75 7 41 68 182 297 1994 48 .319 1669 398 533 349 94 26 49 111 218 239 1993 46 .287 1549 290 445 253 78 17 32 112 210 219 1992 46 .295 1555 326 458 286 90 14 28 61 202 185 1991 42 .293 1398 249 409 210 74 11 20 60 167 167 1990 47 .285 1595 267 455 236 81 4 20 28 165 183 1989 43 .292 1416 242 413 209 66 4 20 76 134 178 1988 42 .257 1381 207 355 176 46 15 14 25 152 175 1987 39 .320 1345 284 430 260 65 10 40 31 183 174 1986 39 .280 1284 226 360 187 66 4 39 14 129 156 1985 45 .295 1444 267 426 247 69 5 61 21 167 219 1984 39 .286 1292 221 370 202 80 3 30 38 152 174 1983 34 .300 1094 201 328 175 61 10 23 42 155 114 1982 31 .261 953 134 249 112 35 7 16 28 129 133 1981 45 .299 1546 307 462 271 92 11 32 59 200 178 1980 42 .269 1284 192 345 165 52 15 22 26 154 172 1979 44 .270 1397 273 377 226 66 25 25 57 220 227 1978 31 .284 1005 161 285 141 51 8 17 25 115 129 1977 36 .287 1129 208 325 182 51 15 27 27 118 145 1976 31 .244 937 163 229 141 34 8 15 22 147 123 1975 23 .259 776 122 201 107 29 3 10 6 109 100 1974 21 .247 683 121 169 101 24 4 6 10 141 101 1973 19 .245 592 81 145 72 24 6 3 17 88 80 1972 27 .264 984 164 260 124 35 10 6 18 148 166 1971 24 .248 813 149 202 120 46 14 10 32 144 133 1970 30 .256 964 139 247 115 47 9 9 13 130 153 1969 26 .208 827 72 172 61 26 5 1 16 93 166 1968 27 .236 870 102 205 83 20 4 9 19 114 155 1967 21 .250 716 111 179 94 24 9 4 32 116 116 1966 18 .287 641 117 184 104 23 11 14 16 74 78 1965 25 .217 838 100 182 84 31 13 4 16 129 170 1964 21 .234 663 83 155 75 19 10 7 20 82 92 1963 23 .263 805 128 212 105 26 11 13 25 104 155 1962 15 .245 515 77 126 64 20 0 2 10 62 79 1961 31 .256 1047 152 269 124 22 15 6 44 192 165 1960 16 .257 537 80 138 62 22 7 3 -- 58 81

Year-By-Year Pitching

G W-L-T PCT. SV ERA IP HITS RUNS ER BB SO 2014 58 27-31-0 .466 10 3.19 524.0 494 243 186 256 371 2013 63 35-28-0 .556 15 3.42 574.0 552 271 218 210 398 2012 59 31-27-1 .534 11 3.79 520.1 497 295 219 187 386 2011 66 45-20-1 .689 17 3.14 592.2 499 261 207 247 460 2010 64 48-16-0 .750 12 3.94 568.2 583 284 249 195 397 2009 60 36-24-0 .600 14 4.39 531.1 555 324 259 197 455 2008 55 27-28-0 .491 7 5.51 478.0 508 365 293 239 373 2007 61 34-27-0 .557 16 4.61 537.1 576 329 275 211 359 2006 58 39-18-1 .681 12 3.47 510.1 503 235 197 170 381 2005 56 34-22-0 .607 9 4.10 478.2 524 276 218 143 352 2004 56 26-29-1 .473 1 5.82 464.0 587 361 300 187 296 2003 47 24-23-0 .511 11 6.02 379.2 454 299 254 183 300 2002 50 28-22-0 .560 10 5.31 417.1 495 302 246 163 335 2001 51 26-25-0 .509 7 5.55 421.1 465 316 260 181 273 2000 49 32-17-0 .653 5 4.85 413.2 456 280 280 142 292 1999 51 27-24-0 .529 5 6.08 426.1 565 362 288 157 311 1998 42 25-17-0 .595 3 6.11 356.1 478 313 242 168 282 1997 47 27-20-0 .574 7 6.00 372.0 429 333 248 211 295 1996 47 24-23-0 .571 5 6.25 493.1 474 316 273 218 308 1995 44 13-30-1 .450 3 6.63 362.2 460 309 267 209 231 1994 48 30-18-0 .625 5 4.79 398.1 451 278 212 169 270 1993 46 27-19-0 .587 8 5.00 389.0 451 246 216 141 221 1992 46 26-19-1 .578 5 3.98 388.2 437 232 172 159 247 1991 42 16-25-1 .390 1 5.96 353.1 456 295 234 151 172 1990 47 27-19-1 .587 3 3.98 405.0 409 204 179 176 247 1989 43 27-16-0 .628 9 3.46 353.2 330 188 136 174 246 1988 42 24-18-0 .571 5 3.85 357.1 339 202 153 162 301 1987 39 23-16-0 .590 4 5.02 322.2 329 239 180 227 298 1986 39 18-21-0 .462 2 4.53 319.2 363 237 161 122 204 1985 45 20-24-1 .444 4 4.89 353.2 397 242 191 171 227 1984 39 20-19-0 .513 5 3.83 324.0 339 194 138 138 179 1983 34 19-14-1 .559 2 4.60 280.0 238 190 144 163 168 1982 31 9-22-0 .290 1 5.64 250.2 277 194 157 168 177 1981 45 24-19-1 .533 1 4.65 377.2 417 256 195 209 198 1980 42 20-22-0 .476 3 3.56 333.1 317 163 132 169 228 1979 44 31-13-0 .705 2 3.25 360.1 313 165 130 187 295 1978 31 17-14-0 .548 2 3.32 255.0 224 137 94 118 203 1977 36 28-8-0 .777 -- 2.17 288.0 212 108 69 154 209 1976 31 24-7-0 .774 -- 1.71 247.0 164 86 47 95 201 1975 23 16-5-2 .696 -- 2.14 206.0 132 64 49 92 190 1974 21 12-9-0 .571 -- 3.66 187.2 169 105 76 123 147 1973 19 10-8-1 .526 -- 3.06 159.0 120 78 54 83 150 1972 27 20-7-0 .741 -- 2.06 258.1 186 82 59 105 222 1971 24 20-4-0 .833 -- 1.57 218.0 139 58 38 87 221 1970 30 18-12-0 .600 -- 2.76 251.1 218 110 77 99 209 1969 26 10-16-0 .385 -- 2.85 224.0 177 94 71 89 188 1968 27 17-10-0 .630 -- 1.86 237.0 165 70 49 96 218 1967 21 16-5-0 .762 -- 2.07 182.2 122 60 42 59 196 1966 18 12-6-0 .667 -- 2.12 161.0 117 56 38 63 166 1965 25 17-8-0 .680 -- 1.59 226.0 66 57 40 95 188 1964 21 8-12-1 .381 -- 2.61 179.0 150 85 52 78 147 1963 23 14-9-0 .609 -- N/A N/A 154 89 N/A 95 179 1962 15 7-7-1 .467 -- 3.01 129.0 113 63 43 61 88 1961 31 21-10-0 .677 -- 2.47 273.1 232 102 75 115 170 1960 16 13-3-0 .813 -- 1.49 145.0 91 29 24 36 126

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1985

Connecticut joins the BIG EAST for baseball and registers an 11-7 league record to claim the Northern Division title. Dave Ford batted .371 with 11 home runs and 37 RBI and earned the league’s first Player of the Year award.

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Team.................... Record.1st Meeting Hofstra...................... 1-0............... 2006 Holy Cross............42-19-2.......... 1923 Houston................... 1-3.............. 2014 Howard..................... 1-0............... 1959 Illinois...................... 1-1............... 2012 Illinois State.............. 1-1............... 2004 Indiana..................... 4-1............... 1998 Indiana State............. 3-1............... 1961 Iona........................4-1-1.............. 1978 Iowa State................ 0-1............... 1957 Ithaca....................... 3-0............... 1949 Jacksonville............... 1-2............... 2004 Kennesaw State....First Meeting.......... 2015 Lafayette................... 2-0............... 1965 Lamar....................... 0-1............... 2006 La Salle..................... 1-0............... 2014 Lehigh...................... 2-3............... 1940 Lewis (IL) ................. 0-1............... 1969 Liberty...................... 3-2............... 1977 Lipscomb................... 4-3............... 2002 Long Beach State....... 0-1............... 1994 Louisville................. 10-18............. 2006 Lynchburg (VA).......... 2-0............... 1963 Maine..................... 61-51............. 1924 Manhattan................. 4-1............... 1921 Marist....................... 4-0............... 1998 Marshall.................... 0-1............... 2010 Maryland................... 4-3............... 1941 UMass Lowell.......... 1-3.............. 1952 Massachusetts......87-71-3.......... 1900 Memphis.................. 4-1.............. 1999 Methodist (NC)........... 2-0............... 1978 Miami (FL)................. 0-2............... 1970 Miami (OH)................ 0-1............... 2009 Michigan................... 1-2............... 1999 Michigan State......... 0-4.............. 1970 Middlebury................ 5-2............... 1912 Minnesota................. 2-5............... 1996 Mississippi State......... 0-4............... 2003 Missouri.................... 0-1............... 2008 Monmouth................. 1-0............... 2000 Mount St. Mary’s........ 2-0............... 2005 Navy......................... 6-1............... 1979 Nebraska................... 1-0............... 1979 New Hampshire....... 58-46-3............ 1911 New Orleans.............. 2-2............... 2003 New York Tech........... 4-2............... 1912 New York University.... 0-2............... 1913 North Carolina........... 7-24.............. 1958 North Carolina State... 2-9............... 1974 N. Carolina Wesleyan.. 0-1............... 1958 North Florida.............. 3-0............... 2004 Northeastern........53-18-1.......... 1923 Northeastern Illinois... 1-0............... 1992 Northern Iowa............ 0-1............... 1998 Northwestern............. 1-2............... 2000 Norwich.................... 7-5............... 1927 Notre Dame............ 18-28-1............ 1996 Ohio State................. 4-8............... 1970 Oklahoma.................. 1-1............... 2012 Oklahoma State......... 0-3............... 1992 Old Dominion............. 1-0............... 2002 Oregon..................... 0-3............... 2010 Oregon State............. 1-1............... 2011 Pace........................0-0-1.............. 2004 Penn State................ 3-2............... 1959 Pennsylvania.............. 1-0............... 2008 Pittsburgh............... 40-26............. 1990 Pratt......................... 1-0............... 1930 Presbyterian.............. 1-2............... 2013 Princeton................... 0-2............... 1946 Providence.............. 50-48............. 1920 Purdue ..................... 0-5............... 1985 Quinnipiac ............... 11-5.............. 2001 Regis........................ 0-1............... 1993 Team.................... Record.1st Meeting

RPI........................... 2-1............... 1927 Rhode Island.......112-65-4......... 1896 Richmond.................. 0-1............... 1989 Rider........................ 2-0............... 1999 Rollins (FL)................ 3-0............... 1967 Rutgers................... 30-35............. 1946 St. Andrews............... 1-0............... 1989 St. Anselm................ 0-1............... 1911 St. Francis (NY).......... 1-2............... 1982 St. John’s................ 56-57............. 1975 St. Leo’s.................... 6-3............... 1967 St. Michael’s.............. 1-0............... 1920 St. Peter’s................. 1-0............... 2014 St. Stephenson.......... 3-0............... 1924 Sacred Heart.......... 15-3............. 2000 Saint Louis................ 0-1............... 1965 Sam Houston St......... 2-1............... 2013 San Diego................. 3-1............... 2011 San Diego State......... 1-0............... 2011 SE Louisiana.............. 0-1............... 2003 Seton Hall.............. 33-45............ 1919 Siena......................4-7-1............ 1980 South Alabama.......... 1-6............... 1993 South Carolina........... 0-3............... 1985 Southern California..... 1-1............... 1972 Southern Mississippi... 0-1............... 2011 Springfield.............. 25-32-2............ 1905 Stetson..................... 3-3............... 1967 Stevens Tech............. 0-1............... 1916 Stony Brook............... 1-1............... 2001 Syracuse................... 0-1............... 1922 Tampa...................... 0-1............... 1969 Temple...................... 4-6............... 1940 Tennessee................. 0-2............... 1996 Tennessee-Martin....... 1-0............... 2005 Tennessee Wesleyan... 1-0............... 1993 Texas........................ 1-2............... 1957 Texas A&M-C.C............ 0-1............... 2011 Texas Tech................. 1-0............... 2013 Toledo....................... 1-1............... 2006 Towson..................... 1-0............... 1988 Trinity..................... 20-10............. 1919 Troy.......................... 3-0............... 2000 Tufts......................... 3-3............... 1923 Tulane..............First Meeting...... 2015 UAB.......................... 2-2............... 2002 UCF......................... 2-3.............. 2013 UMBC....................... 4-0............... 1977 UNC-Greensboro........ 0-6............... 2001 UNC-Pembroke........... 4-0............... 1978 USC Upstate.....First Meeting...... 2015 USF....................... 19-27............ 1968 Vanderbilt.................. 0-3............... 2000 VCU.......................... 0-1............... 1989 Vermont................. 40-22-1............ 1920 Villanova................. 37-24............. 1947 Virginia..................... 2-3............... 1963 Virginia Tech............. 6-11.............. 1976 VMI.......................... 2-0............... 1976 Wake Forest............ 4-6.............. 1958 Washington & Lee....... 3-0............... 1963 Washington State....... 0-1............... 1965 Wesleyan............... 32-27-1............ 1916 West Virginia........... 25-23............. 1996 Western Carolina........ 1-2............... 2007 Western Michigan....... 1-2............... 1959 Wichita State............. 1-0 .............. 2014 William & Mary....First Meeting......... 2015 Williams.................... 2-6............... 1921 Wingate College......... 1-0............... 1990 Wisconsin.................. 2-1............... 1988 WIT.......................... 2-3............... 1915 Worcester Poly........... 4-4............... 1907 Xavier....................... 1-0............... 2011 Yale......................40-21-1.......... 1943 * 2015 Opponents In Bold

All-Time Opponents

Team.................... Record.1st Meeting Air Force................... 1-1............... 1999 American................... 1-0............... 1963 American Int’l........... 12-7.............. 1937 Amherst.................... 1-4............... 1926 Appalachian State....... 0-2............... 1985 Arizona State............. 0-3............... 2004 Arkansas-Little Rock... 1-0............... 2005 Armstrong Atlantic...... 0-1............... 2002 Army.......................2-7-1.............. 1924 Auburn...................... 0-1............... 2014 Bates........................ 1-2............... 1922 Belmont.................... 1-0............... 2005 Birmingham Southern. 1-1............... 2003 Boston College...... 63-53............ 1909 Boston University...... 18-6.............. 1923 Bowdoin.................... 0-1............... 1928 Bowling Green........... 1-1............... 2005 Bradley..................... 1-1............... 1987 Brandeis.................... 1-0............... 1954 Bridgeport................. 2-0............... 1929 Bridgewater State....... 0-1............... 1953 Brooklyn College........ 1-1............... 1944 Brown..................37-24-1.......... 1920 Bryant..................... 4-3.............. 2009 Bucknell.................... 0-1............... 2009 Butler....................... 3-0............... 2004 California.................. 1-1............... 1998 California-Irvine......... 0-1............... 2011 Cal. State-Fullerton.... 0-1............... 1979 Cal. State Northridge.. 3-1............... 2010 Catawba.................... 0-1............... 1941 Centenary................. 2-1............... 2005 Central Connecticut....28-8............. 1987 Central Michigan......... 2-0............... 2005 Charlotte................... 3-3............... 1984 Chicago State............ 1-0............... 1991 Cincinnati............... 14-9............. 2006 Citadel...................... 2-4............... 1999 CCNY........................ 2-1............... 1916 Clark (MA)................. 9-3............... 1921 Clemson.................... 2-0............... 2011 Coast Guard............. 20-1.............. 1923 Coastal Carolina......... 1-2............... 2011 Colby.......................5-8-1.............. 1915 College of Charleston.. 2-1............... 2011 Columbia................... 1-0............... 2002 Cornell...................... 0-1............... 1977 C.W. Post.................. 2-0............... 1987 Dartmouth................. 8-4............... 1958 Davidson.................. 10-4.............. 1959 Delaware..................6-6-1.............. 1984 Duke........................ 2-1............... 1958 Duquesne.................. 1-0............... 2006 East Carolina.......... 4-24............. 1979 East Stroudsburg........ 1-0............... 1930 Eastern Illinois........... 0-1............... 1987 Eastern Kentucky....... 2-1............... 1984 Eckerd (FL)................ 0-3............... 1974 Elon.......................... 1-1............... 1988 Fairfield................57-14-1.......... 1973 Fairleigh Dickinson...... 0-1............... 1984 Florida...................... 2-6............... 1968 Florida Atlantic........ 2-1.............. 2006 Florida Int’l......First Meeting...... 2015 Florida Southern......... 2-5............... 1967 Florida State.............. 1-0............... 1957 Fordham.................. 2-2.............. 1991 Fullerton State........... 0-1............... 1979 Furman.............First Meeting...... 2015 George Mason........... 10-7.............. 1986 Georgetown............. 47-18............. 1985 Georgia..................... 0-4............... 1990 Georgia Tech.............. 1-6............... 1994 Hampden-Sydney....... 0-1............... 1963 Hartford................ 36-13............ 1985 Harvard.................... 4-7............... 1923


1988

Charles Nagy becomes the first Husky selected in the first round of the MLB Amateur Draft after being taken 17th overall by the Cleveland Indians.

Year--By-Year Results

2014 (27-31, 9-14 American Athletic) 2/14 N Ohio State L, 8-2 2/15 N Indiana State L, 3-0 2/16 N Auburn L, 7-3 2/21 N Wichita State W, 2-1 (10) 2/22 N George Mason W, 11-2 2/23 N Illinois W, 6-0 2/28 A Lipscomb W, 6-4 (10) 3/1 A Lipscomb L, 4-3 (10) 3/2 A Lipscomb L, 14-1 3/7 A Florida L, 1-0 (11) 3/8 A Florida L, 2-1 (10) 3/9 A Florida L, 6-5 (10) 3/11 N Sacred Heart W, 5-0 3/14 N St. Peter’s W, 10-1 3/15 A La Salle W, 17-1 3/16 A Villanova W, 7-6 3/18 N Harvard W, 9-4 3/19 N Central Connecticut W, 6-1 (10) 3/21 A USF * L, 2-1 3/22 A USF * L, 6-2 3/23 A USF * W, 4-2 3/25 A Hartford L, 3-2 3/28 H Rutgers * L, 7-5 3/29 H Rutgers * W, 11-4 4/1 A Boston College L, 2-1 4/2 H Yale W, 14-1 4/4 H Bryant L, 7-2 4/5 H Stony Brook L, 6-3 4/6 H Bryant L, 5-3 4/8 A Northeastern W, 2-0 4/9 H Brown W, 7-4 4/11 A Cincinnati * L, 3-1 4/12 A Cincinnati * W, 7-2 4/13 A Cincinnati * W, 14-3 4/17 H Temple * W, 4-1 4/18 H Temple * L, 7-4 (14) 4/19 H Temple * L, 6-2 4/21 H Central Connecticut W, 9-1 4/22 A Massachusetts W, 8-5 4/23 A Quinnipiac W, 5-3 4/25 A Louisville * L, 2-0 4/26 A Louisville * L, 6-1 4/27 A Louisville * L, 8-2 4/29 A Massachusetts L, 5-4 5/2 A Memphis * W, 8-5 5/3 A Memphis * L, 6-1 5/4 A Memphis * W, 13-2 (7) 5/10 H Houston * L, 3-1 H Houston * L, 7-2 5/11 H Houston * L, 8-4 5/13 H Rhode Island W, 7-0 H Rhode Island L, 12-9 (13) 5/15 H UCF * W, 5-4 H UCF * W, 6-5 5/16 H UCF * L, 7-6 5/21 N UCF % L, 7-1 5/22 N Houston % W, 7-2 5/24 N Temple % L, 9-4

4/16 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/11 5/12 5/14 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/22 5/23 5/25 5/26 5/31 6/1 6/2

H H H H H A A A A H H A A A H H H N A A A N N N N A N A

Fairfield USF* USF* USF* Massachusetts Bryant Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Sacred Heart Holy Cross Rutgers* Rutgers* Rutgers* Louisville* Louisville* Louisville Rhode Island George Mason George Mason George Mason Louisville % USF% Rutgers% Notre Dame % Virginia Tech $ Oklahoma$ Virginia Tech $

W, 12-5 L, 3-2 L, 7-4 (15) L, 4-3 W, 5-4 W, 11-6 L 12-2 L, 4-3 L, 12-5 W, 10-6 W, 8-0 W, 3-1 L, 9-4 L 4-2 L, 6-0 L, 8-0 L, 3-1 L, 7-3 W, 7-3 W, 9-1 L, 4-3 W, 3-2 (12) W, 8-7 W, 2-1 W, 8-1 W, 5-2 L, 5-3 (12) L, 3-1

* - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship $ - NCAA Tournament

2012 (31-27-1, 16-11 BIG EAST) 2/17 N Indiana W, 8-0 2/18 N Purdue L, 4-9 2/19 N Ohio State L, 5-9 2/24 N Xavier W, 7-2 2/25 A (29) Charleston L, 6-10 2/26 N Rhode Island L, 0-2 3/2 N Lipscomb W, 4-2 3/2 A Mississippi State L, 4-5 3/3 A Mississippi State L, 1-3 3/4 N Lipscomb W, 6-5 3/9 N (22) Oklahoma W, 8-7 3/10 N Illinois L, 1-5 3/10 A (26) Oregon State W, 6-3 3/11 A (17) Oregon L, 0-4 3/16 N UAB L, 4-15 3/17 A Coastal Carolina L, 2-6 3/18 N Michigan L, 5-7 3/21 H Yale W, 8-0 3/23 A West Virginia* W, 10-7 3/24 A West Virginia* W, 15-4 3/25 A West Virginia* W, 8-1 3/27 H Hartford W, 11-6 3/28 H Central Connecticut W, 7-4 3/10 H Seton Hall* W, 2-1 (11) 3/30 H Seton Hall* L, 6-10 4/1 H Seton Hall* W, 7-1 * - American Athletic Conference Game 4/2 A Massachusetts W, 12-5 % - American Athletic Conference Championship 4/3 A Boston College L, 5-8 4/5 A Pittsburgh* W, 8-2 2013 (35-28, 9-15 BIG EAST) 4/6 A Pittsburgh* W, 3-1 2/15 N Purdue L, 11-8 4/7 A Pittsburgh* W, 5-3 2/16 N Indiana W, 4-3 (15) 4/9 A Quinnipiac W, 12-7 2/17 N Purdue L, 5-3 4/11 A Brown L, 7-8 2/22 A UCF L, 7-3 4/13 A St. John’s* L, 2-7 2/23 N Troy W, 13-8 4/14 A St. John’s* L, 2-8 2/24 N Texas Tech W, 1-0 (11) 4/15 A St. John’s* W, 8-7 (11) 3/1 N Ohio State W, 5-2 4/17 A Fairfield W, 13-8 3/2 N Central Michigan W, 6-2 4/20 H Rutgers* W, 9-8 3/3 A Stetson W, 9-3 4/20 H Rutgers* W, 9-8 (10) 3/8 A Sam Houston St. W, 6-5 4/21 H Rutgers* L, 0-15 3/9 A Sam Houston St. W, 8-0 4/24 H Bryant L, 1-7 A Sam Houston St. L, 6-4 4/27 A (20) Louisville* L, 0-5 3/13 A Central Connecticut W, 8-5 4/28 A (20) Louisville* L, 6-14 3/15 A Presbyterian L, 6-4 4/29 A (20) Louisville* W, 7-4 3/16 A Presbyterian W, 13-2 5/5 H Cincinnati* W, 4-3 3/17 A Presbyterian L, 5-4 5/5 H Cincinnati* L, 0-1 3/19 A College of Charleston W, 9-4 5/6 H Cincinnati* W, 6-4 (13) 3/22 A Georgetown* L, 5-2 5/8 A Northeastern W, 8-7 3/23 A Georgetown* W, 6-0 5/11 A USF* L, 2-3 3/24 A Georgetown* W, 3-2 5/12 A USF* L, 0-3 3/26 A Hartford W, 9-1 5/13 A USF* L, 3-8 3/28 A Seton Hall* L, 4-3 (11) 5/15 H Rhode Island T, 2-2 A Seton Hall* L, 3-0 5/17 H Notre Dame* W, 2-1 3/30 A Seton Hall* W, 3-2 5/18 H Notre Dame* L, 0-4 4/1 H Quinnipiac W, 4-2 (7) 5/19 H Notre Dame* W, 4-0 4/2 H Boston College L, 7-4 5/23 N USF% W, 7-2 4/3 A Yale L, 15-5 5/25 N (22) Louisville% W, 4-1 4/5 H St. John’s* L, 3-0 5/26 N USF% L, 0-1 4/6 H St. John’s* W, 9-2 5/26 N USF% L, 1-2 4/7 H St. John’s* W, 5-3 * - BIG EAST Conference Game 4/9 H Northeastern L, 4-2 % - BIG EAST Championship 4/10 A Brown W, 11-6 4/12 A Villanova* W, 4-3 2011 (45-20-1, 22-5 BIG EAST) 4/13 A Villanova* W, 4-1 2/18 N Purdue L, 2-10 4/14 A Villanova* W, 9-4 2/19 N Minnesota L, 2-3

2/20 N Michigan W, 16-9 2/25 N Oregon State L, 0-2 2/26 N Indiana L, 1-3 2/27 A Texas A&M-CC W, 7-0 3/5 A San Diego State W, 9-3 3/6 N (14) California W, 3-1 3/7 A San Diego W, 17-0 3/8 A (22) UC-Irvine L, 4-5 3/10 A San Diego W, 6-4 3/11 A San Diego L, 2-3 3/12 A San Diego W, 4-0 3/15 N Sacred Heart L, 4-5 3/18 N Rhode Island L, 3-18 3/19 A (20) Charleston W, 3-1 3/20 N Southern Miss L, 3-6 3/22 H Holy Cross T, 2-2 (16) 3/25 H Pittsburgh* W, 7-0 3/26 H Pittsburgh* W, 9-2 3/27 H Pittsburgh* L, 0-4 3/29 A Hartford W, 11-0 4/2 H St. John’s* W, 9-1 4/2 H St. John’s* W, 6-5 4/3 H St. John’s* W, 8-2 4/6 H Massachusetts W, 7-1 4/8 A Notre Dame* W, 3-1 4/9 A Notre Dame* W, 6-3 4/10 A Notre Dame* L, 4-14 4/12 A Yale L, 7-10 4/14 H Brown W, 6-2 4/15 A Villanova* W, 7-1 4/15 A Villanova* W, 10-0 4/17 A Villanova* W, 10-2 4/18 A Massachusetts W, 18-3 4/19 H Fairfield W, 13-2 4/21 H Georgetown* W, 5-0 4/22 H Georgetown* W, 14-2 4/22 H Georgetown* W, 6-3 4/25 H Quinnipiac W, 9-0 4/26 A Bryant W, 11-6 4/27 A Central Conn. W, 16-14 4/29 A Rutgers* L, 3-8 4/30 A Rutgers* W, 8-2 5/1 A Rutgers W, 6-2 5/7 H USF* W, 2-1 5/8 H USF* W, 9-5 5/9 H USF* W, 2-0 5/13 H Louisville* W, 6-2 5/14 H Louisville* W, 7-5 5/14 H Louisville* L, 3-6 (10) 5/16 A Rhode Island W, 4-1 5/19 A Cincinnati* W, 3-1 5/20 A Cincinnati* W, 9-5 5/21 A Cincinnati* L, 4-7 5/25 N Notre Dame% W, 4-2 5/26 N Seton Hall% L, 3-4 (12) 5/27 N Notre Dame% W, 9-3 5/28 N Seton Hall% L, 2-12 6/3 N (21) Coastal Carolina$ L, 1-13 6/4 N Sacred Heart$ W, 13-3 6/5 N (21) Coastal Carolina$ W, 12-6 6/5 A (12) Clemson$ W, 7-6 6/6 A (12) Clemson$ W, 14-1 6/11 A (4) South Carolina# L, 1-5 6/12 A (4) South Carolina# L, 2-8 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship $ - NCAA Regional # - NCAA Super Regional 2010 (48-16, 20-6 BIG EAST) 2/26 N Northwestern L, 5-6 (10) 2/27 N Minnesota W, 8-2 2/28 N Indiana W, 9-5 3/5 A Cal State Northridge W, 7-3 3/6 A Cal State Northridge W, 11-2 3/7 A Cal State Northridge W, 9-7 3/8 A Cal State Northridge L, 3-5 3/10 A USC W, 5-4 3/13 A Tennessee L, 2-3 3/13 N Marshall L, 8-11 3/14 N (17) Ohio State W, 5-4 3/16 H Boston College W, 8-4 3/19 A Sacred Heart W, 15-3 3/20 H Sacred Heart L, 8-11 3/21 H Sacred Heart W, 12-1 3/22 H Northeastern W, 12-1 3/24 H Yale W, 7-1 3/26 A (7) Louisville* L, 0-1 3/27 A (7) Louisville* L, 2-4 3/27 A (7) Louisville* W, 6-3 4/1 A West Virginia* W, 9-5 4/2 A West Virginia* W, 9-2 4/3 A West Virginia* W, 14-3 4/5 A Hartford W, 12-2 4/6 H Massachusetts W, 10-2 4/7 A Massachusetts W, 15-11 4/10 H Villanova* W, 2-1 (10) 4/10 H Villanova* W, 4-0 4/11 H Villanova* W, 8-2

4/13 H Hartford W, 19-2 4/14 A Brown W, 15-3 4/16 A Georgetown* W, 9-8 4/17 A Georgetown* W, 8-2 4/18 A Georgetown* W, 3-2 4/20 A Fairfield W, 12-2 4/21 H Rhode Island W, 14-9 4/22 A Holy Cross W, 27-10 4/23 H (19) Rutgers* W, 7-2 4/24 H (19) Rutgers* W, 6-3 4/24 H (19) Rutgers* W, 8-7 (12) 4/27 H Bryant W, 14-6 4/28 H Central Conn. L, 3-7 5/1 A (24) Pittsburgh* W, 11-7 5/1 A (24) Pittsburgh* L, 4-13 5/8 H Cincinnati* W, 14-2 5/8 H Cincinnati* W, 14-0 5/9 H Cincinnati* L, 2-3 5/10 A Boston College W, 11-7 5/11 H Manhattan W, 5-4 5/14 A USF L, 1-12 5/15 A USF W, 13-5 5/16 A USF W, 10-3 5/20 H Seton Hall W, 7-2 5/21 H Seton Hall W, 11-5 5/22 H Seton Hall L, 2-3 5/26 N Cincinnati% W, 9-6 5/27 N Rutgers% L, 5-6 5/28 N Pittsburgh% W, 7-2 5/29 N Rutgers% W, 11-10 5/29 N Rutgers% W, 7-4 5/30 N St. John’s% L, 0-3 6/4 N (28) Oregon$ L, 3-5 6/5 N Central Conn.$ W, 25-5 6/6 N (28) Oregon$ L, 3-4 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship $ - NCAA Tournament 2009 (36-24, 14-13 BIG EAST) 2/20 N Michigan State 2/21 N Ohio State 2/22 N Northwestern 2/27 N George Mason 2/28 A North Florida 3/1 N (30) Ohio State 3/8 N Sacred Heart 3/9 N Miami Ohio 3/10 N Bowling Green 3/12 N Toledo 3/13 N Eastern Kentucky 3/14 N Bucknell 3/16 A Fairfield 3/17 A Sacred Heart 3/20 H West Virginia* 3/21 H West Virginia* 3/22 H West Virginia* 3/24 H Holy Cross 3/25 A Yale 3/27 H USF* 3/28 H USF* 3/28 H USF* 3/30 H Massachusetts 3/31 A Hartford 4/1 H Boston College 4/3 A Seton Hall* 4/4 A Seton Hall* 4/5 A Seton Hall* 4/8 A Massachusetts 4/9 A Rutgers* 4/10 A Rutgers* 4/10 A Rutgers* 4/14 H Hartford 4/15 H Brown 4/17 H Georgetown* 4/18 H Georgetown* 4/19 H Goergetown* 4/20 H Quinnipiac 4/22 A Rhode Island 4/24 H St. John’s* 4/25 H St. John’s* 4/26 H St. John’s* 4/27 A Northeastern 4/28 A Bryant 4/29 A Central Conn. 5/1 A Notre Dame* 5/2 A Notre Dame* 5/3 A Notre Dame* 5/8 H Pittsburgh* 5/9 H Pittsburgh* 5/10 H Pittsburgh* 5/11 H Central Conn. 5/12 A Boston College 5/14 A Villanova* 5/15 A Villanova* 5/16 A Villanova* 5/19 N West Virginia% 5/22 N USF% 5/23 N USF%

L, 2-4 L, 4-6 W, 10-1 W, 6-4 W, 10-2 L, 14-21 L, 3-4 L, 2-4 W, 21-6 W, 10-2 L, 4-8 L, 10-11 W, 5-4 W, 7-6 L, 6-7 L, 2-12 L, 4-7 W, 9-3 W, 4-3 W, 2-0 W, 12-5 L, 2-5 W, 8-1 L, 4-6 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 L, 3-6 W, 10-3 W, 11-9 W, 10-5 L, 2-5 W, 15-4 W, 10-2 W, 10-6 W, 9-5 W, 10-2 L, 2-5 W, 14-4 L, 1-3 L, 5-8 L 7-8 L, 4-13 W, 6-4 W, 17-5 W, 9-7 W, 8-5 W, 8-3 L, 4-5 L, 4-7 W, 14-6 W, 8-5 W, 6-3 W, 3-2 W, 20-6 L, 6-11 W, 16-6 W, 6-1 W, 4-2 W, 10-8

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UConn wins its first BIG EAST Tournament Championship with a perfect 3-0 record at Muzzy Field in Bristol and returns to the NCAA Tournament for the first time under Andy Baylock. L, 3-11

2008 (27-28, 11-16 BIG EAST) 2/22 N (6) Missouri L, 1-7 2/23 A Stetson L, 2-4 2/24 N Michigan State L, 1-11 2/29 A UNC-Greensboro L, 1-18 3/1 A UNC-Greensboro L, 6-15 3/2 A UNC-Greensboro L, 0-1 3/8 N Air Force W, 10-6 3/9 N Ohio State L, 4-6 3/10 N Penn W, 18-0 3/11 N Penn State W, 14-6 3/12 N Penn State W, 4-2 3/14 A Georgetown* L, 7-12 3/15 A Georgetown* W, 2-0 (10) 3/16 A Georgetown* W, 9-7 (11) 3/18 A Sacred Heart W, 7-2 3/20 A Louisville* L, 5-14 3/21 A Louisville* L, 7-10 3/22 A Louisville* W, 12-8 (10) 3/24 H Massachusetts W, 4-2 3/25 A Holy Cross W, 10-3 3/26 H Yale W, 4-3 3/28 H Villanova* W, 12-1 3/29 H Villanova* L, 2-7 3/30 H Villanova* W, 8-3 4/1 A Hartford W, 12-6 4/2 H Boston College L, 4-10 4/3 H Fairfield W, 14-5 4/5 H Cincinnati* L, 3-5 4/5 H Cincinnati* L, 3-4 4/6 H Cincinnati* L, 4-6 4/8 A Massachusetts W, 13-6 4/9 H Rhode Island W, 11-7 4/11 A (22) St. John’s* W, 2-1 4/12 A (22) St. John’s* L, 5-10 4/13 A (22) St. John’s* L, 0-1 4/14 H Northeastern L, 6-9 4/15 H Hartford W, 4-3 4/16 A Brown L, 10-14 4/18 H Seton Hall* L, 5-9 4/19 H Seton Hall* L, 3-9 4/20 H Seton Hall* W, 11-5 4/22 A Fairfield W, 12-0 4/23 A Rhode Island L, 4-9 4/25 A West Virginia* L, 1-10 4/26 A West Virginia* L, 11-12 4/27 A West Virginia* L, 3-17 4/30 H Central Conn. W, 8-0 5/2 H Notre Dame* W, 9-7 5/3 H Notre Dame* L, 2-8 5/4 H Notre Dame* L, 3-4 5/12 A Quinnipiac W, 14-9 5/13 A Boston College L, 9-11 5/15 A Pittsburgh* W, 14-10 5/17 A Pittsburgh* W, 6-5 5/17 A Pittsburgh* W, 7-5 * - BIG EAST Conference Game 2007 (34-27, 10-14 BIG EAST) 2/23 A Western Carolina 2/24 A Western Carolina 2/25 A Western Carolina 3/2 A South Alabama 3/3 A South Alabama 3/4 A South Alabama 3/6 N Western Michigan 3/7 A Jacksonville 3/8 N Western Michigan 3/9 A Jacksonville 3/10 A North Florida 3/11 N Ohio State 3/14 N Sacred Heart 3/21 N Iona 3/22 N NYIT 3/23 H St. John’s* 3/24 H St. John’s* 3/25 H St. John’s* 3/27 A Fairfield 3/28 A Yale 3/30 H USF* 3/31 H USF* 4/1 H USF* 4/2 H Boston College 4/3 A Hartford 4/5 A Rutgers* 4/6 A Rutgers* 4/7 A Rutgers* 4/10 H Massachusetts 4/11 H Rhode Island 4/13 H Louisville* 4/14 H Louisville* 4/14 H Louisville* 4/17 H Hartford 4/18 H Brown 4/20 A Cincinnati*

L, 5-16 W, 8-1 L, 1-12 L, 5-10 L, 2-11 L, 2-3 W, 6-4(13) L, 1-7 L, 3-11 L, 4-5 W, 9-7 L, 1-2 W, 8-4 W, 4-0 W, 12-3 W, 4-3 W, 10-7 L, 7-10 W, 8-2 W, 18-7 L, 1-16 L, 0-3 W, 6-2 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 L, 4-9 L, 5-14 L, 10-12 L, 4-6 (10) W, 4-1 L, 2-6 L, 0-5 W, 4-1 W, 5-3 W, 6-5 W, 6-4

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4/21 A Cincinnati* L, 1-6 4/22 A Cincinnati* L, 2-6 4/23 H Siena W, 8-5 4/24 H Fairfield W, 8-0 4/25 A Rhode Island L, 0-4 4/28 H Georgetown* L, 1-10 4/28 H Georgetown* W, 4-1 4/29 H Georgetown* L, 2-5 5/7 A Northeastern W, 8-7 5/8 A Massachusetts W, 8-5 5/9 A Central Conn. W, 13-4 5/11 H West Virginia* W, 5-0 5/12 H West Virginia* L, 0-14 5/13 H West Virginia* W, 2-0 5/14 H Marist W, 10-8 5/15 A Vermont W, 12-10 5/17 A Notre Dame* W, 5-0 5/18 A Notre Dame* L, 4-5 5/19 A Notre Dame* W, 7-6 5/22 N (20) St. John’s% L, 1-2 5/23 N Pittsburgh% W, 5-2 5/24 N (20) St. John’s% W, 8-7 5/25 N USF% W, 3-0 5/25 N USF% W, 2-0 5/25 N Rutgers% L, 6-7 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship 2006 (39-18-1, 18-6-1 BIG EAST) 2/25 A (20) Florida Atlantic L, 0-1 2/25 A (20) Florida Atlantic W, 2-0 2/26 A (20) Florida Atlantic W, 9-1 3/3 N New Orleans W, 6-3 3/4 A Lamar L, 0-4 3/5 N Iona W, 6-0 3/6 N Mt. St. Mary’s W, 17-0 3/7 A Jacksonville L, 6-7 (10) 3/8 N Yale L, 7-8 3/9 N Toledo L, 0-2 3/10 N Duquesne W, 11-1 3/11 N Eastern Kentucky W, 5-4 3/15 A Sacred Heart W, 20-1 3/17 A USF* L, 3-4 3/18 A USF* W, 7-6 11) 3/19 A USF* L, 3-4 3/22 A Quinnipiac L, 3-4 3/24 H Cincinnati* W, 13-1 3/25 H Cincinnati* W, 6-5 3/26 H Cincinnati* W, 3-2 3/28 A Fairfield W, 5-3 3/29 H Yale W, 8-5 3/31 A Louisville* W, 10-2 4/1 A Louisville* L, 2-3 (12) 4/2 A Louisville* W, 11-10 4/4 H Hartford W, 4-2 4/5 A Marist W,19-6 4/9 H Villanova* W, 1-0 4/9 H Villanova* W, 7-3 4/10 A Boston College L, 5-6 4/11 H Massachusetts W, 7-1 4/13 A West Virginia* W, 6-3 4/14 A West Virginia* W, 7-5 4/15 A West Virginia* W, 13-8 4/17 A Siena L, 8-9 4/18 A Hartford L, 1-3 4/21 A St. John’s* W, 6-3 4/22 A St. John’s* W, 4-2 4/25 H Fairfield L, 4-5 4/26 H Hartford W, 15-3 4/27 H Central Conn. W, 14-13 4/29 H (8) Notre Dame* L, 6-7 4/29 H (8) Notre Dame* L, 3-7 (10) 4/30 H (8) Notre Dame* T, 1-1 (13) 5/8 A Hofstra W, 9-4 5/9 A Massachusetts W, 12-1 5/10 H Northeastern W, 7-1 5/12 A Pittsburgh* W, 5-4 (10) 5/13 A Pittsburgh* W, 6-4 5/14 A Pittsburgh* L, 9-11 5/17 H Rhode Island W, 9-5 (7) 5/17 H Rhode Island W, 3-2 (8) 5/18 H Rutgers* W, 11-7 5/19 H Rutgers* W, 7-4 5/20 H Rutgers* W, 10-1 5/23 N Cincinnati% W, 6-2 5/24 N Louisville% L, 10-12 5/25 N Rutgers% L, 5-9 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship 2005 (34-22, 11-12 BIG EAST) 2/25 A Belmont 2/26 A Lipscomb 2/27 A Vanderbilt 3/4 N Mt. St. Mary’s 3/5 N Central Michigan 3/6 N Bowling Green 3/7 N Holy Cross 3/8 N Sacred Heart

W, 10-7 L, 2-5 L, 0-3 W, 6-2 W, 10-9 L, 3-8 W, 17-5 W, 8-0

3/11 N Arkansas Little Rock W, 7-4 3/11 N Memphis W, 3-1 3/12 N Indiana State W, 5-3 3/13 N Tennessee Martin W, 3-0 3/19 A Centenary W, 11-4 3/19 A Centenary L, 2-10 3/20 A Centenary W, 9-8 (7) 3/22 N Massachusetts# W, 9-0 3/26 A Villanova* L, 0-3 3/26 A Villanova* W, 7-1 3/29 A Northeastern W, 3-1 3/30 A Yale L, 0-1 3/31 A Fairfield W, 11-6 4/3 H West Virginia* L, 6-7 4/3 H West Virginia* W, 9-2 4/4 H West Virginia* W, 13-4 4/5 H Northeastern W, 12-9 4/6 H Marist W, 10-5 4/9 H Pittsburgh* L, 7-8 4/9 H Pittsburgh* W, 2-1 4/10 H Pittsburgh* L, 6-9 4/12 A Massachusetts L, 4-5 4/13 H Siena L, 2-6 4/14 A Central Conn. W, 6-2 4/16 A Notre Dame* L, 2-3 (8) 4/16 A Notre Dame* L, 1-7 4/17 A Notre Dame* L, 7-9 4/19 H Fairfield W, 15-14 4/20 A Army L, 5-6 4/21 A Quinnipiac L, 9-13 4/23 A Rutgers* L, 2-3 (10) 4/23 A Rutgers* W, 7-6 4/24 A Rutgers* W, 18-6 4/26 A Hartford W, 20-2 4/28 A Manhattan W, 10-8 4/30 H Georgetown* L, 3-5 4/30 H Georgetown* W, 3-2 5/1 H Georgetown* W, 5-4 (10) 5/10 A Rhode Island L, 3-8 5/12 H Sacred Heart W, 6-0 5/14 A Seton Hall* W, 8-2 5/14 A Seton Hall* W, 20-8 5/15 A Seton Hall* L, 2-7 5/17 A Vermont W, 6-5 5/18 H Hartford W, 13-6 5/20 H Boston College* L, 2-5 5/20 H Boston College* W, 5-1 5/21 H Boston College* L, 1-7 # - at Harbor Yard (Bridgeport, Conn.) * - BIG EAST Conference Games 2004 (26-29-1, 9-17 BIG EAST) 2/27 A Arizona State L, 2-18 2/28 A Arizona State L, 5-16 2/29 A Arizona State L, 11-18 3/6 N Ohio State L, 3-4 3/6 N Illinois State L, 11-12 3/8 N Butler W, 8-3 3/9 A Jacksonville W, 13-12 3/10 N North Florida W, 8-5 3/11 N Illinois State W, 18-8 3/11 N Butler W, 5-2 3/13 N Butler W, 10-0 3/20 A Delaware W, 11-9 3/21 A Delaware W, 13-10 3/24 H Hartford W, 7-6 3/25 A Quinnipiac L, 11-12 (8) 3/27 A Villanova* L, 1-3 (7) 3/27 A Villanova* L, 0-8 3/28 A Villanova* L, 2-4 3/30 H Rhode Island L, 5-7 4/2 H Maine W, 2-1 4/3 H Georgetown* W, 5-2 (7) 4/3 H Georgetown* W, 11-3 4/4 H Georgetown* L, 0-5 4/6 A Northeastern W, 6-1 4/8 H St. John’s* L, 6-7 (7) 4/8 H St. John’s* W, 6-2 4/10 H Seton Hall* W, 5-4 (8) 4/10 H Seton Hall* W, 4-2 4/14 H Massachusetts L, 0-3 (7) 4/14 H Massachusetts W, 9-2 (7) 4/15 H Central Conn. L, 4-10 4/17 A Rutgers* L, 1-5 (7) 4/17 A Rutgers* L, 3-5 4/18 A Rutgers* L, 0-6 4/20 H Fairfield W, 2-1 (7) 4/20 H Fairfield L, 3-4 (7) 4/22 H Quinnipiac W, 26-5 4/25 A Boston College* W, 8-5 (7) 4/25 A Boston College* L, 6-7 (12) 4/26 A Virginia Tech* L, 2-11 (7) 4/26 A Virginia Tech* L, 0-10 4/28 A Brown W, 26-21 (8) 4/29 A Hartford W, 6-2 5/9 H Notre Dame* L, 0-4 (7) 5/9 H Notre Dame* L, 4-11 5/10 H Notre Dame* L, 8-16 5/11 H Quinnipiac L, 6-12

5/12 A Pace 5/15 A Pittsburgh* 5/16 A Pittsburgh* 5/16 A Pittsburgh* 5/18 H Vermont 5/19 H Northeastern 5/22 H West Virginia* 5/22 H West Virginia* 5/23 H West Virginia* * - BIG EAST Conference Game 2003 (24-23, 10-15 BIG EAST) 2/21 N Birmingham Southern 2/22 N Birmingham Southern 2/23 A Mississippi State 2/23 A Mississippi State 3/7 A South Alabama 3/8 A South Alabama 3/9 A South Alabama 3/15 A New Orleans 3/16 A New Orleans 3/17 A New Orleans 3/18 A S.E. Louisiana 3/21 A Navy 3/22 A Georgetown* 3/22 A Georgetown* 3/23 A Georgetown* 3/25 H Massachusetts 3/26 H Hartford 3/27 A Quinnipiac 3/29 H Villanova* 3/29 H Villanova* 4/2 H Yale 4/3 A Fairfield 4/4 A St. John’s* 4/4 A St. John’s* 4/6 A Seton Hall* 4/6 A Seton Hall* 4/10 A Rhode Island 4/12 A West Virginia* 4/12 A West Virginia* 4/13 A West Virginia* 4/15 A Massachusetts 4/17 H Boston College* 4/17 H Boston College* 4/19 H Virginia Tech* 4/19 H Virginia Tech* 4/24 H Quinnipiac 4/26 A Notre Dame* 4/26 A Notre Dame* 4/27 A Notre Dame* 4/29 A Hartford 5/1 A Central Conn. 5/3 H Rutgers* 5/3 H Rutgers* 5/4 H Rutgers* 5/17 H Pittsburgh* 5/17 H Pittsburgh* 5/18 H Pittsburgh* * - BIG EAST Conference Game 2002 (28-22, 13-12 BIG EAST) 2/22 N Armstrong Atlantic 2/23 N Georgia 2/24 N North Carolina 3/1 A Vanderbilt 3/2 N Lipscomb 3/9 A UAB 3/9 A UAB 3/10 A UAB 3/16 A Old Dominion 3/18 N Columbia (at ODU) 3/23 H Notre Dame* 3/23 H Notre Dame* 3/24 H Notre Dame* 3/28 H Boston College* 3/28 H Boston College* 3/30 H Dartmouth 3/30 H Dartmouth 4/1 H Seton Hall* 4/1 H Seton Hall* 4/2 H Rhode Island 4/4 A Farifield 4/6 A West Virginia* 4/6 A West Virginia* 4/7 A West Virginia* 4/9 A Rhode Island 4/10 H Massachusetts 4/12 A Villanova* 4/14 A Rutgers* 4/14 A Rutgers* 4/16 A Holy Cross 4/17 A Massachusetts 4/18 A Northeastern 4/20 H St. John’s* 4/20 H St. John’s* 4/21 H St. John’s* 4/23 H Fairfield 4/24 H Hartford

T, 5-5 (11) W, 3-1 (7) L, 2-5 (7) W, 6-2 L, 3-7 W, 6-2 L, 1-4 (7) W, 6-5 L, 5-6

W, 7-6 L, 7-12 L, 3-4 L, 2-11 W, 16-11 L, 4-9 L, 5-10 L, 4-14 L,1-5 W, 13-6 L, 2-5 W, 6-4 W, 6-2 W, 9-5 W, 6-4 W, 17-3 W, 8-4 W, 15-9 W, 14-10 W, 14-10 W, 9-6 W, 13-8 L, 2-4 W, 5-3 L, 2-6 L, 2-3 W, 10-4 L, 14-18 L, 3-9 L, 5-10 W, 20-8 W, 5-3 L, 4-5 L, 1-6 L, 3-7 W, 11-5 L, 2-3 L, 4-11 L, 3-6 W, 5-1 W, 6-4 L, 3-5 W, 10-7 L, 5-7 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 10-4

L, 8-9 L, 4-7 L, 5-13 L, 5-11 W, 7-3 W, 4-3 W, 7-3 L, 9-11 W, 13-5 W, 12-2 W, 4-3 W, 9-8 W, 13-6 W, 8-3 W, 7-4 L, 3-5 L, 6-8 L, 2-3 W, 5-2 L, 0-5 W, 12-10 L, 3-5 L, 7-8 W, 15-9 W, 15-8 W, 1-0 L, 3-8 L, 1-6 L, 2-5 W, 26-1 L, 18-19 W, 6-3 L, 6-10 W, 16-10 W, 5-1 W, 18-0 W, 12-10

Year--By-Year Results

5/24 N (20) Louisville% * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship


1993

Connecticut earns an at-large bid to its 14th NCAA Tournament; Dennis Dwyer batted .425 for the season.

4/25 H Quinnipiac 4/27 H Georgetown* 4/27 H Georgetown* 4/29 H Georgetown* 5/1 H Sacred Heart 5/2 H Central Conn. 5/4 A Virginia Tech* 5/4 A Virginia Tech* 5/5 A Virginia Tech* 5/7 H Brown 5/18 A Pittsburgh* 5/18 A Pittsburgh* 5/19 A Pittsburgh* * - BIG EAST Conference Game

L, 3-8 W, 15-1 W, 15-7 W, 12-1 W, 7-4 W, 3-2 L, 3-6 L, 1-7 L, 4-12 W, 8-6 L, 11-12 L, 4-7 W, 5-2

2001 (26-25, 13-13 BIG EAST) 2/16 A UNC Greensboro 2/17 A UNC Greensboro 2/18 A UNC Greensboro 2/24 A The Citadel 2/24 A The Citadel 2/25 A The Citadel 3/2 A Georgia 3/2 A Georgia 3/9 A Minnesota 3/10 A Minnesota 3/11 A Minnesota 3/15 A Sacred Heart 3/17 A St. John’s* 3/17 A St. John’s* 3/18 A St. John’s* 3/23 H Villanova* 3/23 H Villanova* 3/25 H Rutgers* 3/25 H Rutgers* 3/28 H Massachusetts 3/29 H Northeastern 3/31 H Virginia Tech* 3/31 H Virginia Tech* 4/1 H Virginia Tech* 4/3 A Rhode Island 4/4 A Fairfield 4/7 H Pittsburgh* 4/7 H Pittsburgh* 4/8 H Pittsburgh* 4/12 A Seton Hall* 4/12 A Seton Hall* 4/14 A Boston College* 4/14 A Boston College* 4/16 H Stony Brook 4/17 H Massachusetts 4/19 H Manhattan^ 4/21 A Georgetown* 4/21 A Georgetown* 4/22 A Georgetown* 4/24 H Fairfield 4/25 A Hartford 4/26 H Quinnipiac 4/28 H West Virginia* 4/28 H West Virginia* 4/29 H West Virginia* 5/2 H Sacred Heart 5/3 A Central Conn. 5/5 A Notre Dame* 5/5 A Notre Dame* 5/6 A Notre Dame* 5/8 H Hartford * - BIG EAST Conference Game ^ - Played in Torrington, Conn.

L, 0-2 L, 1-10 L, 8-9 W, 11-4 L, 4-10 L, 3-6 L, 5-8 L, 3-13 L, 6-13 L, 3-6 L, 8-14 W, 12-4 W, 3-2 L, 3-8 L, 6-7 W, 8-7 W, 6-2 W, 3-1 L, 4-7 W, 13-11 W, 10-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 7-6 W, 7-5 W, 10-9 W, 7-4 W, 3-1 W, 8-4 L, 2-3 W, 9-4 W, 10-6 L, 8-12 W, 11-5 L, 3-11 W, 4-1 L, 3-6 L, 2-5 L, 2-4 W, 11-10 W, 11-6 W, 10-4 L, 4-6 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 W, 10-8 L, 1-2 L, 1-6 L, 12-13 W, 19-12 W, 19-8

2000 (32-17, 14-9 BIG EAST) 2/25 N Rider 2/26 N Monmouth 2/27 N Northwestern 3/3 A Troy State 3/4 N Vanderbilt 3/5 A Troy State 3/10 A Georgia Tech 3/11 A Georgia Tech 3/12 A Georgia Tech 3/19 H Boston College* 3/19 H Boston College* 3/20 H Boston College* 3/22 A Delaware 3/23 A Princeton 3/25 H Seton Hall* 3/25 H Seton Hall* 3/26 H Seton Hall* 3/29 H Massachusetts 3/30 A Northeastern 4/1 H Notre Dame* 4/1 H Notre Dame* 4/2 H Notre Dame* 4/4 H Rhode Island 4/6 A Fairfield 4/8 H Rutgers*

W, 8-3 W, 14-5 L, 1-3 W, 7-3 L, 2-8 W, 4-2 L, 0-12 W, 11-5 L, 7-17 L, 1-10 W, 13-2 W, 6-4 W, 6-4 L, 6-7 L, 3-7 W, 16-12 W, 3-2 W, 6-5 W, 7-1 L, 3-8 W, 8-1 L, 2-9 W, 5-2 L, 13-16 L, 7-15

4/8 H Rutgers* 4/10 H Rutgers* 4/12 H Quinnipiac 4/13 A Holy Cross 4/15 A Pittsburgh* 4/15 A Pittsburgh* 4/16 A Pittsburgh* 4/18 A Massachusetts 4/20 H Villanova* 4/20 H Villanova* 4/24 H C.W. Post 4/27 H Fairfield 4/29 A West Virginia* 4/29 A West Virginia* 4/30 A West Virginia* 5/2 A Hartford 5/3 H Sacred Heart 5/4 H Central Conn. 5/6 A Georgetown* 5/6 A Georgetown* 5/7 A Georgetown* 5/9 H Manhattan 5/17 N Seton Hall% 5/18 N Rutgers% * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship 1999 (27-24, 10-16 BIG EAST) 2/26 N Navy 2/26 N West Virginia 2/27 N Memphis 2/28 N Air Force 3/6 A The Citadel 3/6 A The Citadel 3/7 A The Citadel 3/13 N Michigan 3/14 N St. Francis 3/15 N Rider 3/17 N Rhode Island 3/18 N Dartmouth 3/19 N Vermont 3/20 N Ohio State 3/24 A Yale 3/25 A Rhode Island 3/27 H Pittsburgh* 3/27 H Pittsburgh* 3/28 H West Virginia* 3/28 H West Virginia* 3/30 H Massachusetts 3/31 A Central Conn. 4/1 H Northeastern 4/3 A Notre Dame* 4/3 A Notre Dame* 4/5 A Providence* 4/5 A Providence* 4/7 H St. John’s* 4/8 A Massacusetts 4/10 A Rutgers* 4/10 A Rutgers* 4/11 A Rutgers* 4/14 A St. John’s* 4/15 H Holy Cross 4/17 H Georgetown* 4/17 H Georgetown* 4/18 H Georgetown* 4/21 H St. John’s* 4/22 H Rhode Island 4/24 A Villanova* 4/24 A Villanova* 4/25 A Villanova* 4/27 H Fairfield 4/29 A Hartford 5/1 H Boston College* 5/1 H Boston College* 5/2 H Boston College* 5/4 H Hartford 5/15 A Seton Hall* 5/15 A Seton Hall* 5/16 A Seton Hall* * - BIG EAST Conference Game 1998 (25-17, 12-11 BIG EAST) 3/6 N California 3/7 N Rutgers 3/8 A Minnesota 3/14 N Indiana 3/15 N Marist 3/16 N Liberty 3/17 N New York Tech 3/18 N Northern Iowa 3/23 H Providence* 3/25 H Yale 3/26 A Rhode Island 3/28 H Seton Hall* 3/28 H Seton Hall* 3/29 H Seton Hall* 3/31 H Massachusetts 4/2 H Fairfield 4/4 A Georgetown*

L, 6-10 W, 2-0 W, 16-5 W, 17-8 L, 5-18 L, 3-10 W, 8-2 W, 12-5 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 8-2 W, 9-4 W, 9-4 L, 3-15 W, 8-3 W, 9-0 W, 20-2 W, 8-2 W, 13-2 W, 15-0 W, 23-7 L, 2-8 L, 7-8

W, 4-1 L, 3-2 W, 10-3 L, 6-7 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 L, 4-9 L, 3-6 W, 11-1 W, 13-11 L, 17-2 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-6 W, 7-5 W, 7-5 L, 0-1 L, 5-7 W, 2-1 L, 7-8 W, 20-14 W, 23-5 W, 12-8 L, 7-11 L, 8-11 L, 2-14 L, 18-25 W, 3-2 W, 8-0 L, 2-11 W, 19-11 L, 6-9 W, 22-11 W, 20-0 W, 7-6 W, 6-3 W, 7-5 L, 4-10 W, 10-5 L, 1-2 W, 9-8 L, 6-15 L, 4-5 L, 3-6 W, 7-6 L, 8-11 L, 11-25 W, 11-1 W, 8-2 L, 2-9 L, 2-12

L, 8-22 L, 9-15 L, 1-11 W, 18-10 W, 6-3 W, 6-5 W, 8-4 L, 1-6 W, 6-1 W, 9-1 L, 12-14 L, 7-11 L, 5-21 L, 1-9 W, 11-3 W, 14-6 W, 7-6

4/5 A Georgetown* 4/5 A Georgetown* 4/7 A Massachusetts 4/10 A West Virginia* 4/10 A West Virginia* 4/11 A Pittsburgh* 4/11 A Pittsburgh* 4/13 H Central Conn. 4/15 H St. John’s* 4/16 A Holy Cross 4/18 H Rutgers* 4/18 H Rutgers* 4/19 H Rutgers* 4/21 H Rhode Island 4/22 A St. John’s* 4/25 H Villanova* 4/25 H Villanova* 4/26 H Villanova* 4/28 A Brown 4/29 A St. John’s* 4/30 A Hartford 5/2 A Boston College* 5/3 A Boston College* 5/3 A Boston College* 5/5 H Hartford * - BIG EAST Conference Game

L, 4-7 W, 9-5 L, 6-12 W, 8-5 W, 12-8 W, 3-2 L, 10-12 W, 12-7 L, 4-8 W, 8-3 L, 6-9 L, 8-13 W, 7-3 W, 13-5 L, 0-7 W, 4-2 L, 8-10 W, 24-5 W, 26-6 W, 5-4 W, 24-5 L, 5-8 W, 12-6 W, 7-3 W, 11-10

W, 7-4 L, 6-7 W, 10-9 W, 11-5 L, 3-6 L, 3-10 W, 16-2 W, 5-4 L, 0-4 W, 9-8 W, 13-11 W, 28-7 L, 8-14 L, 5-6 W, 4-3 W, 24-3 W, 16-8 W, 10-6 L, 0-4 L, 5-19 W, 7-1 W, 7-5 L, 3-9 L, 11-12 W, 10-2 L,7-8

1997 (27-20, 11-13 BIG EAST) 3/1 N Seton Hall 3/2 A North Carolina 3/3 A North Carolina 3/8 A UNC Charlotte 3/8 A UNC Charlotte 3/9 A UNC Charlotte 3/16 A Delaware 3/16 A Delaware 3/17 A George Mason 3/18 A George Mason 3/19 A UMBC 3/20 A Navy 3/22 A Pittsburgh* 3/22 A Pittsburgh* 3/23 A Pittsburgh* 3/25 A Rhode Island 3/26 A Yale 3/29 H Notre Dame* 4/2 A Fairfield 4/5 A Villanova* 4/5 A Villanova* 4/6 A Georgetown* 4/6 A Georgetown* 4/8 H Northeastern 4/9 H St. John’s 4/10 A New Hampshire 4/12 H West Virginia* 4/13 H West Virginia* 4/14 H West Virginia* 4/16 A St. John’s* 4/17 H Holy Cross 4/19 H Providence* 4/20 H Providence* 4/20 H Providence* 4/22 H Rhode Island 4/23 H St. John’s* 4/24 H Fairfield 4/26 A Seton Hall* 4/26 A Seton Hall* 4/27 A Rutgers* 4/27 A Rutgers* 4/29 A Hartford 5/1 H Hartford 5/4 A Boston College* 5/4 A Boston College* 5/5 A Boston College* 5/8 H Massachusetts * - BIG EAST Conference Game

4/4 H New Hampshire 4/6 A Notre Dame* 4/6 A Notre Dame* 4/9 H Hartford 4/13 H Pittsburgh* 4/13 H Pittsburgh* 4/14 H Pittsburgh* 4/17 A St. John’s* 4/17 A St. John’s* 4/18 A Holy Cross 4/20 H Boston College* 4/20 H Boston College* 4/21 H Boston College* 4/23 A Rhode Island 4/24 H St. John’s* 4/25 H Fairfield 4/27 A Georgetown* 4/27 A Georgetown* 4/28 A Villanova* 4/28 A Villanova* 5/1 H Brown 5/4 A West Virginia* 5/5 A West Virginia* 5/5 A West Virginia* 5/7 H Central Conn. 5/8 A Northeastern * - BIG EAST Conference Game

L, 5-9 L, 3-10 W, 7-6 W, 11-4 W, 6-3 W, 8-0 L, 1-13 W, 10-9 L, 0-7 W, 5-0 W, 10-8 L, 4-6 L, 4-5 W, 18-10 W, 14-8 W, 32-14 W, 19-13 L, 2-7 W, 9-6 L, 11-20 W, 11-10 W, 11-0 L, 5-8 W, 11-3 W, 8-5 L, 16-19 W, 8-5 W, 11-3 L, 2-9 L, 2-3 W, 8-6 W, 8-0 L, 0-4 L, 5-6 W, 9-8 L, 7-10 W, 3-2 L, 4-8 L, 2-7 L, 7-10 W, 9-5 L, 12-13 W, 19-4 W, 22-6 L, 2-12 W, 10-3 W, 8-6

1995 (13-30-1, 4-17 BIG EAST) 3/10 A Wake Forest 3/11 A Wake Forest 3/12 A Wake Forest 3/18 A Delaware 3/19 A Delaware 3/20 A George Mason 3/21 A George Mason 3/22 A Navy 3/25 A Georgetown* 3/25 A Georgetown* 3/26 A Georgetown* 3/29 A Yale 3/30 A Fairfield 4/1 A Boston College* 4/1 A Boston College* 4/2 A Boston College* 4/4 H Massachusetts 4/6 H New Hampshire 4/9 H St. John’s* 4/9 H St. John’s* 4/10 H St. John’s* 4/11 A Hartford 4/12 A Maine 4/14 H Pittsburgh* 4/15 H Pittsburgh* 4/15 H Pittsburgh* 4/18 H Rhode Island 4/20 H Holy Cross 4/22 H Seton Hall* 4/22 H Seton Hall* 4/23 H Seton Hall* 4/25 H Central Conn. 4/27 H Fairfield 4/29 A Providence* 4/29 A Providence* 5/1 A Providence* 5/2 H Hartford 5/3 A Brown 5/4 A Rhode Island 5/6 A Villanova* 5/7 A Villanova* 5/7 A Villanova* 5/9 A Central Conn. 5/10 H Northestern * - BIG EAST Conference Game

L, 5-17 W, 15-7 L, 5-12 L, 0-3 L, 0-2 W, 9-8 L, 3-12 W, 10-5 L, 9-10 L, 3-4 L, 4-8 L, 3-6 T, 9-9 L, 9-11 L, 5-10 L, 6-7 L, 2-6 L, 14-15 W, 6-1 L, 1-6 W, 5-2 L, 2-6 L, 3-5 L, 3-8 L, 5-8 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 W, 9-8 L, 4-5 W, 3-2 L, 7-8 L, 0-4 W, 14-4 L, 2-8 L, 2-11 W, 10-9 W, 13-4 L, 5-11 W, 20-5 L, 4-16 L, 2-3 L, 5-9 L,3-5 W, 4-2

1996 (24-23, 13-12 BIG EAST) 3/1 A Minnesota 3/2 N NC State 3/3 N Tennessee 3/9 A Georgia Tech 3/9 A Georgia Tech 3/10 A Georgia Tech 3/16 A Delaware 3/16 A Delaware 3/18 A George Mason 3/20 A Navy 3/23 H Rutgers* 3/23 H Rutgers* 3/24 H Seton Hall* 3/24 H Seton Hall* 3/27 H Yale 3/28 H Rhode Island 3/30 A Providence* 3/30 A Providence* 3/31 A Providence* 4/2 A Massachusetts 4/3 A Fairfield

W, 8-6 L, 4-8 L, 0-6 L, 0-7 L, 2-8 L, 8-11 L, 7-10 L, 7-17 L, 8-12 W, 6-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-2 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 W, 7-2 W, 13-0 L, 3-10 L, 3-7 W, 13-7 L, 2-10 W, 19-3

1994 (30-18, 12-9 BIG EAST) 3/11 A North Carolina 3/12 A North Carolina 3/13 A North Carolina 3/20 A Delaware 3/22 A Navy 3/23 A George Mason 3/26 A Providence* 3/26 A Providence* 3/28 A Providence* 3/31 A Fairfield 4/1 A Pittsburgh* 4/2 A Pittsburgh* 4/2 A Pittsburgh* 4/5 H Massachusetts 4/6 A Rhode Island 4/9 A St. John’s* 4/9 A St. John’s* 4/10 A St. John’s* 4/12 A Hartford 4/14 A Massachusetts 4/17 H Boston College* 4/17 H Boston College* 4/18 H Boston College*

L, 5-7 L, 3-12 L, 1-2 W, 6-5 W, 8-7 W, 7-1 W, 6-4 L, 4-6 W, 16-5 W, 14-0 L, 7-12 L, 6-16 L, 5-11 W, 14-5 W, 16-0 L, 1-2 W, 10-2 L, 4-6 W, 10-2 L, 3-11 W, 7-6 W, 21-4 W, 7-3

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1994

UConn wins its second BIG EAST Tournament Championship and wins 30 games for the second time in school history.

4/19 H Yale W, 12-2 4/20 A Holy Cross W, 6-1 4/21 A Maine L, 9-11 4/23 H Georgetown* W, 16-7 4/23 H Georgetown* W, 24-1 4/24 H Georgetown* L, 11-12 4/26 H Central Conn. W, 29-10 4/28 H Fairfield W, 7-6 4/30 A Seton Hall* L, 8-15 4/30 A Seton Hall* L, 0-16 5/1 A Seton Hall* W, 5-2 5/3 H Hartford W, 15-4 5/4 H Brown W, 7-2 5/5 H Rhode Island W, 7-6 5/7 H Villanova* W, 6-2 5/7 H Villanova* W, 9-5 5/8 H Villanova* W, 9-2 5/10 A Central Conn. L, 6-7 5/11 H Northeastern W, 10-4 5/18 N Pittsburgh% W, 4-3 5/19 N Seton Hall% W, 3-0 5/20 N Seton Hall% L, 1-6 5/21 N Seton Hall% W, 4-2 5/27 N Georgia Tech$ L, 0-7 5/28 N Long Beach State$ L, 9-16 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship - Bristol, Conn. $ - NCAA Tournament - Wichita, Kan. 1993 (27-19, 12-9 BIG EAST) 3/13 N Regis L, 17-18 3/14 N Florida Southern W, 8-4 3/15 N Fordham W, 8-5 3/17 N Tennessee-Wesleyan W, 22-1 3/18 N Fordham W, 7-6 3/19 N Ohio State L, 3-7 3/20 N South Alabama L, 5-11 3/27 A Boston College* W, 9-4 3/27 A Boston College* W, 3-1 3/28 A Boston College* L, 1-3 3/31 A Yale L, 1-5 4/3 A Seton Hall* W, 4-3 4/4 A Seton Hall* W,6-3 4/4 A Seton Hall* L, 4-11 4/6 A Rhode Island W, 7-1 4/7 A Massachusetts W, 12-2 4/9 H Pittsburgh* W, 2-1 4/9 H Pittsburgh* L, 2-16 4/13 H Hartford L, 6-8 4/14 H Northeastern W, 8-4 4/15 A Fairfield W, 3-2 4/17 A Georgetown* L, 2-3 4/17 A Georgetown* W, 13-2 4/18 A Georgetown* W, 14-4 4/20 H Holy Cross W, 11-3 4/21 H Massachusetts W, 7-6 4/24 H St. John’s* W, 7-4 4/24 H St. John’s* L, 1-2 4/25 H St. John’s* W, 6-2 4/27 A Central Conn. L, 2-10 4/29 H Fairfield W, 5-2 5/1 A Villanova* L, 6-8 5/1 A Villanova* L, 5-6 5/2 A Villanova* W, 13-9 5/4 H Central Conn. W, 7-6 5/5 H Rhode Island W, 7-3 5/8 A Providence* L, 3-4 5/8 A Providence* L, 1-4 5/9 A Providence* W, 7-6 5/15 H Pittsburgh* W, 5-3 5/18 N Seton Hall% L, 5-6 5/19 N Villanova% W, 10-5 5/20 N Seton Hall% W, 10-9 5/20 N St. John’s% L, 0-9 5/28 N Oklahoma St.$ L, 5-9 5/29 N Fordham$ L, 0-5 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship - Bristol, Conn. $ - NCAA Tournament - Stillwater, Okla. 1992 (26-19-1, 13-7 BIG EAST) 3/7 N Penn State 3/8 A St. Leo 3/9 N Oklahoma State 3/10 N Ithaca 3/11 A South Florida 3/12 N Oklahoma State 3/13 A Florida 3/14 N Northern Illinois 3/14 A Florida Southern 3/18 H Rhode Island 3/29 H Villanova* 3/29 H Villanova* 3/30 H Villanova* 4/1 A Yale 4/2 A Fairfield 4/4 A Seton Hall* 4/4 A Seton Hall* 4/5 A Seton Hall*

W, 6-5 W, 16-7 L, 3-5 W, 8-6 L, 8-12 L, 5-10 W, 7-1 W, 12-4 L, 5-11 W, 16-4 L, 1-11 W, 20-2 L, 4-8 L, 6-7 L, 1-4 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 W, 5-4

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4/7 A Massahusetts 4/8 A Rhode Island 4/9 H Hartford 4/11 H Georgetown* 4/11 H Georgetown* 4/12 H Georgetown* 4/13 H Providence* 4/14 H Hartford 4/15 A Northeastern 4/18 A Pittsburgh* 4/18 A Pittsburgh* 4/19 A Pittsburgh 4/22 A Holy Cross 4/23 H Fairfield 4/25 A St. John’s* 4/25 A St. John’s* 4/26 A St. John’s* 4/28 H Central Conn. 4/30 A Central Conn. 5/2 H Boston College* 5/2 H Boston College* 5/3 H Boston College* 5/10 H Providence* 5/12 N Seton Hall% 5/13 N Providence% 5/14 N Seton Hall% 5/14 N Providence% 5/15 N Providence% * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship 1991 (16-25-1, 8-12 BIG EAST) 3/10 N Ithaca 3/10 A St. Leo 3/11 A Florida Southern 3/12 N Chicago State 3/12 A Eckerd 3/13 N Fordham 3/14 N Liberty 3/14 N Florida Southern 3/16 N Michigan State 3/20 H Rhode Island 3/21 H Holy Cross 3/24 A Villanova* 3/25 A Villanova* 3/25 A Villanova* 3/28 A Massachusetts 3/29 H Pittsburgh* 3/30 H Pittsburgh* 3/31 H Pittsburgh* 4/3 H Yale 4/4 H Fairfield 4/6 H Seton Hall* 4/6 H Seton Hall* 4/7 H Seton Hall* 4/9 H Massachusetts 4/10 A Rhode Island 4/11 A Hartford 4/13 A Georgetown* 4/14 A Georgetown* 4/14 A Georgetown* 4/16 H Hartford 4/17 A Holy Cross 4/20 H St. John’s* 4/20 H St. John’s* 4/23 H Northeastern 4/25 A Fairfield 4/27 A Boston College* 4/27 A Boston College* 4/28 A Boston College* 5/2 H Brown 5/3 A Providence* 5/5 A Providence* 5/5 A Providence* * - BIG EAST Conference Game 1990 (27-19-1, 12-9 BIG EAST) 3/11 A UNC Charlotte 3/12 A UNC Charlotte 3/13 N Wingate College 3/13 A Wake Forest 3/14 A Wake Forest 3/15 A North Carolina 3/16 A North Carolina 3/21 H Rhode Island 3/22 H Siena 3/24 H Boston College* 3/24 H Boston College* 3/25 H Boston College* 3/27 A Massachusetts 3/28 H Hartford 4/2 A Seton Hall* 4/2 A Seton Hall* 4/4 A Yale 4/5 A Fairfield 4/8 H Villanova* 4/8 H Villanova* 4/9 H Villanove* 4/10 H Massachusetts

L, 1-4 W, 5-0 L, 4-5 W, 21-2 W, 6-0 W, 6-2 W, 10-7 L, 4-14 W, 9-4 W, 8-5 W, 10-3 W, 12-4 T, 1-1 W, 6-4 L, 2-3 L, 8-9 W, 9-7 W, 11-3 L, 4-5 L, 1-4 W, 11-0 W, 13-6 W, 4-3 W, 14-2 L, 2-13 W, 4-3 W, 11-8 L, 3-5

W, 4-3 W, 8-2 L, 1-7 W, 11-4 L, 1-13 L, 8-10 L, 6-7 L, 5-6 L, 2-3 L, 2-5 W, 7-4 W, 10-8 L, 3-4 W, 11-4 T, 6-6 L, 5-7 W, 6-2 W, 14-6 L, 5-6 W, 9-2 L,3-4 L, 10-16 L, 5-6 L, 4-11 W, 15-14 L, 7-10 W, 9-0 L, 1-3 W, 9-4 L, 6-13 W, 7-6 L, 1-9 L, 0-11 L, 6-10 W,7-2 L, 1-15 W, 8-2 L, 0-9 L, 6-10 L, 7-15 L, 7-11 W, 6-5

L, 1-2 L, 3-8 W, 13-8 W, 11-2 W, 7-5 L, 1-7 L, 0-3 W, 7-0 T, 5-5 W, 7-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-1 W, 16-0 W, 8-6 L, 0-1 L, 4-11 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 1-4 L, 1-5 W, 4-3 W, 8-7

4/12 A St. John’s* L, 1-4 4/14 A St. John’s* L, 1-2 4/14 A St. John’s* W, 4-2 4/18 A Hartford L, 3-6 4/19 H Central Conn. W, 15-4 4/22 H Georgetown* W, 9-1 4/22 H Georgetown* W, 6-0 4/23 H Georgetown* W, 4-3 4/24 A Northeastern L, 2-5 4/26 H Fairfield W, 17-9 4/27 H Maine L, 3-17 4/28 H Providence* W, 1-0 4/28 H Providence* L, 2-6 4/29 H Providence* L, 7-8 5/1 A Central Conn. W, 3-2 5/3 A Brown W, 10-8 5/5 A Pittsburgh* W, 8-3 5/6 A Pittsburgh* W, 16-4 5/6 A Pittsburgh* W, 15-3 5/12 A Seton Hall* L, 1-2 5/15 N Seton Hall% W, 11-3 5/18 N Villanova% W, 1-0 5/19 N Seton Hall% W, 4-3 5/24 N Georgia$ L, 2-7 5/25 N Rutgers$ L, 5-15 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship $ - NCAA Tournament - Waterbury, Conn. 1989 (26-17, 9-9 BIG EAST) 3/11 A VCU 3/12 A East Carolina 3/12 A East Carolina 3/14 N St. Andrew’s 3/14 A Wake Forest 3/16 A Elon 3/16 A Elon 3/17 A Richmond 3/18 A George Mason 3/22 H Rhode Island 3/23 H Boston College* 3/25 H Boston College* 3/25 H Boston College* 3/28 A Massachusetts 3/29 H Hartford 4/1 A Providence* 4/1 A Providence* 4/2 A Providence* 4/5 H Yale 4/8 A St. John’s* 4/8 A St. John’s* 4/9 A St. John’s* 4/11 H Massachusetts 4/12 A Rhode Island 4/13 H Hartford 4/15 A Boston College* 4/15 A Boston College* 4/17 A Boston College* 4/18 A Hartford 4/19 H Fairfield 4/22 H Providence* 4/22 H Providence* 4/23 H Providence* 4/26 H Northeastern 4/28 A Fairfield 4/29 H St. John’s* 4/29 H St. John’s* 4/30 H St. John’s* 5/6 H Central Conn. 5/7 H Brown 5/14 N Boston College% 5/17 N Seton Hall% 5/17 N Providence% * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship 1988 (24-18, 7-11 BIG EAST) 3/12 A Towson 3/13 A George Mason 3/13 N Vermont 3/14 A East Carolina 3/15 A East Carolina 3/16 N Wisconsin 3/17 N Wisconsin 3/17 N Wisconsin 3/18 A Duke 3/24 H Rhode Island 3/27 H Providence* 3/27 H Providence* 3/28 H Providence* 3/29 H Massachusetts 3/30 A Yale 3/31 A Boston College* 4/2 A Boston College* 4/2 A Boston College* 4/6 H Yale 4/7 A Fairfield 4/9 H St. John’s* 4/9 H St. John’s*

L, 0-4 L, 0-8 L, 2-7 W, 11-2 L, 7-14 W, 3-4 W, 5-3 L, 4-7 W, 5-3 W, 6-3 W, 6-4 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 10-8 W, 6-3 L, 5-7 L, 3-10 W, 14-1 W, 6-5 W, 7-1 L, 2-11 L, 2-4 W, 11-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-2 W, 10-1 L, 1-2 L, 1-9 W, 8-7 W, 4-1 L, 2-4 L, 2-4 W, 6-4 W, 8-3 W, 11-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 8-4 W, 20-4 W, 14-7 W, 3-1 L, 2-8 L, 3-5

W, 6-4 W, 5-4 W, 10-7 (8) L, 0-5 W, 10-2 W, 9-2 L, 4-20 W, 11-9 W, 5-4 W, 10-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-3 L, 1-6 L, 0-6 W,5-2 W, 12-4 L, 2-3 W, 4-1 (12) L, 9-0 W, 8-0 L, 0-1 L, 2-5

4/10 H St. John’s* L, 1-5 4/13 A Rhode Island W, 6-5 4/14 H Hartford W, 7-6 4/16 A Providence* L, 3-4 (8) 4/16 A Providence* L, 5-6 4/17 A Providence* L, 2-9 4/19 A Hartford L, 4-5 (11) 4/21 H Central Conn. W, 3-1 4/23 H Boston College* L, 2-5 4/23 H Boston College* L, 6-9 (12) 4/24 H Boston College* W, 7-4 4/26 A Massachusetts L, 6-17 4/30 A St. John’s* L, 4-5 4/30 A St. John’s* W, 3-2 (10) 5/1 A St. John’s* W, 6-2 5/3 A Holy Cross W, 5-3 5/4 A Central Conn. W, 11-5 5/7 A Maine W, 7-3 5/7 A Maine L, 2-6 5/8 A Maine W, 4-2 * - BIG EAST Conference Game 1987 (23-16, 11-7 BIG EAST) A Delaware L, 5-12 3/15 A George Mason L, 6-7 3/15 A George Mason W, 10-4 3/17 N Bradley W, 10-3 3/18 A Davidson L, 5-9 3/19 A North Carolina L, 2-21 3/20 N Bradley L, 4-11 3/20 N East Illinois L, 4-10 3/21 A Duke L, 1-5 3/25 H C.W. Post W, 14-2 3/26 H Rhode Island W, 9-3 3/28 A Providence* L, 3-4 (10) 3/29 A Providence* W, 8-7 3/29 A Providence* W, 8-3 4/1 H Yale W, 16-2 4/2 A Fairfield W, 20-3 4/5 A St. John’s* L, 0-1 4/5 A St. John’s* L, 4-5 4/8 A Yale W, 6-0 4/9 H Fairfield W, 14-8 4/11 A Boston College* W, 4-1 4/11 A Boston College* W, 5-4 4/12 A Boston College* L, 8-12 4/16 A Rhode Island W, 9-8 4/17 H St. John’s* L, 4-7 4/17 H St. John’s* W, 9-1 4/20 A St. John’s* W, 6-2 4/22 H St. John’s* W, 7-6 4/23 H Central Conn. W, 26-6 4/25 H Boston College* W, 4-1 4/25 H Boston College* W, 3-2 4/26 H Boston College* L, 2-19 5/2 H Providence* W, 6-4 5/2 H Providence* W, 13-10 5/3 H Providence* L, 7-8 A Central Conn. W, 5-4 5/8 A Northeastern W, 11-5 5/14 N Seton Hall % L, 2-6 5/15 N St. John’s % L, 4-13 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship - Bristol, Conn. 1986 (18-21, 10-8 BIG EAST) 3/9 A Davidson 3/10 A Davidson 3/11 N George Mason 3/12 A UNC Charlotte 3/12 N George Mason 3/15 N Virginia 3/15 A East Carolina 3/15 N Virginia 3/22 A Seton Hall 3/22 A Seton Hall 3/25 H Hartford 3/27 A St. John’s* 3/29 A St. John’s* 3/29 A St. John’s* 4/1 H Massachusetts 4/2 A Yale 4/5 H Providence* 4/5 H Providence* 4/7 H Providence* 4/9 H Yale 4/10 A Fairfield 4/11 A Boston College* 4/11 A Boston College* 4/12 A Boston College* 4/16 H Rhode Island 4/17 H Siena 4/19 A Providence* 4/19 A Providence* 4/20 H Providence* 4/24 H Holy Cross 4/26 H Boston College* 4/27 H Boston College* 4/27 H Boston College*

L, 4-10 L, 7-17 L, 2-3 L, 7-8 L, 2-3 L, 2-11 L, 3-6 L, 6-8 L, 5-7 W, 3-2 W, 6-1 L, 3-5 L, 1-5 L, 1-7 W, 10-9 L, 5-9 W, 8-7 W, 7-4 L, 0-5 W, 7-5 W, 6-2 W, 17-6 W, 8-3 W, 7-2 L, 2-5 L, 4-10 L, 6-7 W, 16-5 L, 3-13 W, 12-7 L, 3-4 W, 10-6 W, 9-8


1997 4/29 A Massachusetts 4/30 H Fairfield 5/1 A Holy Cross 5/3 H St. John’s* 5/3 H St. John’s* 5/4 H St. John’s* * - BIG EAST Conference Game

Future MLB outfielder Jason Grabowski becomes just the second two-time All-American in program history. L, 4-10 W, 6-1 W, 11-5 W, 8-3 L, 3-4 W, 3-1

1985 (20-24-1, 11-7 BIG EAST) 3/9 N Appalachian State L, 6-9 3/9 N Appalachian State L, 6-10 3/10 A South Carolina L, 4-10 3/11 A Davidson W, 11-10 3/12 A Davidson W, 15-12 3/13 N Purdue L, 1-5 3/13 A North Carolina L, 0-8 3/14 A North Carolina L, 5-6 3/15 A East Carolina L, 7-10 3/16 A East Carolina L, 5-6 3/16 A East Carolina W, 6-1 3/30 H Boston College* L, 4-9 3/30 H Boston College* W, 2-0 3/31 H Boston College* W, 8-2 4/2 A Massachusetts L, 3-6 4/3 A Yale T, 4-4 4/4 H St. John’s* W, 2-0 4/6 H St. John’s* W, 7-6 4/6 H St. John’s* W, 2-1 4/9 A New Hampshire L, 10-16 4/10 A Fairfield L, 1-4 4/11 H Hartford W, 18-1 4/13 A Providence* W, 6-0 4/13 A Providence* L, 0-1 4/14 A Providence* W, 4-0 4/16 H Boston University W, 26-0 4/17 A Rhode Island L, 0-2 4/18 A Siena L, 2-4 4/20 H Providence* L, 4-8 4/20 H Providence* W, 2-1 4/21 H Providence* W, 7-4 4/23 A Holy Cross W, 14-4 4/25 H Fairfield L,4-5 4/27 A St. John’s* L, 1-5 4/27 A St. John’s* W, 4-2 4/28 A St. John’s* L, 3-12 4/30 A Massachusetts W, 16-10 5/1 A Brown W, 11-5 5/2 H Northeastern L, 2-4 5/4 A Boston College* L, 1-2 5/5 A Boston College* W, 7-5 5/5 A Boston College* L, 6-11 5/16 N Georgetown % W, 11-9 5/17 N St. John’s % L, 5-6 5/18 N Seton Hall % L, 2-8 * - BIG EAST Conference Game % - BIG EAST Championship - Bristol, Conn. 1984 (20-19) 3/10 A Davidson 3/11 North Carolina 3/11 Eastern Kentucky 3/12 A Davidson 3/14 North Carolina 3/15 North Carolina 3/16 East Carolina 3/17 East Carolina 3/17 East Carolina 3/24 H FDU 4/3 H Massachusetts 4/4 H Yale 4/6 A Harvard 4/7 H Maine 4/7 H Maine 4/8 H Maine 4/8 H Maine 4/11 A St. John’s 4/13 H Northeastern 4/17 A Providence 4/18 H Rhode Island 4/19 H Holy Cross 4/20 A Fairfield 4/21 H St. John’s 4/23 H Boston College 4/23 H Boston College 4/26 A Holy Cross 4/27 H Fairfield 4/28 A Vermont 4/28 A Vermont 4/30 H Brown 5/1 H Massachusetts 5/2 H Providence 5/3 A Northeastern 5/6 H New York Tech 5/17 N Providence % 5/18 N New Hampshire % 5/19 N Providence % 5/20 N Maine % % - ECAC Championship

W, 11-5 L, 6-7 W, 4-0 L, 3-4 L, 0-14 W, 9-4 L, 6-7 L, 4-8 L, 4-5 L, 2-3 W, 4-0 W, 5-4 L, 10-14 W, 1-0 L, 4-5 L, 1-2 W, 8-0 W, 8-7 W, 4-3 L, 1-2 W, 7-3 L, 6-11 W, 14-4 L, 3-4 W, 7-6 W, 6-1 W, 9-4 W, 5-1 L, 2-4 W, 7-5 W, 21-1 L, 1-6 L, 3-5 W, 12-5 L, 1-8 L, 5-6 W, 10-9 W, 6-5 L, 1-12

1983 (19-14-1) 3/12 A East Carolina 3/13 A East Carolina 3/13 A East Carolina 3/14 A North Carolina 3/15 A North Carolina 3/16 A Davidson 3/26 A Seton Hall 3/26 A Seton Hall 3/30 A Providence 4/1 A Fairfield 4/2 H Vermont 4/2 H Vermont 4/5 H Massachusetts 4/6 A Yale 4/8 H Harvard 4/9 A Northeastern 4/12 H Providence 4/13 H St. John’s 4/17 H Northeastern 4/21 A Holy Cross 4/22 H Fairfield 4/23 A St. John’s 4/27 H Army 4/28 H Holy Cross 5/3 A Massachusetts 5/7 H New Hampshire 5/7 H New Hampshire 5/8 H New York Tech 5/9 H Brown 5/13 N Massachusetts % 5/14 N Providence % 5/15 N Massachusetts % 5/15 N Maine % 5/15 N Maine % % - ECAC Championship 1982 (9-22) 3/12 A 3/12 A 3/13 A 3/14 A 3/15 N 3/15 A 3/16 A 3/17 A 3/28 H 4/3 H 4/13 H 4/15 H 4/16 A 4/17 H 4/17 H 4/18 H 4/20 A 4/21 H 4/22 H 4/23 A 4/24 A 4/25 H 4/25 H 4/27 H 4/29 H 4/30 A 5/1 A 5/1 A 5/4 H 5/5 A 5/9 H

East Carolina East Carolina East Carolina East Carolina North Carolina N.C. State N.C. State North Carolina New York Tech Maine Brown St. John’s Providence Siena Siena Providence Brown Rhode Island Holy Cross Fairfield St. John’s St. Francis (NY) St. Francis (NY) Boston College Fairfield Providence New Hampshire New Hampshire Massachusetts Harvard Northeastern

1981 (24-19-2) 3/13 A East Carolina 3/13 N Virginia 3/14 N Virginia 3/15 A East Carolina 3/16 A N.C. State 3/17 A N.C. State 3/17 N North Carolina 3/18 A N.C. State 3/19 A N.C. State 3/20 A North Carolina 3/27 A Rutgers 3/28 A Lafayette 3/29 A St. John’s 4/2 A Iona 4/4 A Siena 4/4 A Siena 4/5 H Army 4/5 H Army 4/6 A Yale 4/7 A Brown 4/8 H Fairfield 4/11 A Rhode Island 4/11 A Rhode Island 4/13 H Northeastern 4/14 H Providence 4/17 A Northeastern 4/18 H St. John’s 4/21 H Brown

L, 3-8 L, 8-9 L, 10-11 W, 11-9 L, 2-18 W, 14-2 W, 3-1 L, 3-5 W, 20-4 W, 12-5 W, 9-6 T, 3-3 L, 5-7 W, 8-0 L, 1-5 W, 4-1 W, 9-4 L, 2-5 W, 7-4 L, 3-5 W, 2-1 W, 4-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-4 L, 6-7 L, 3-15 L, 0-16 W, 10-5 W, 6-2 L, 7-8 W, 5-0 W, 7-6 W, 2-1 L, 0-7

L, 0-11 L, 2-9 L, 2-4 L, 3-12 W, 5-4 (15) L, 9-12 L, 0-5 L, 3-5 L, 1-7 L, 0-5 W, 8-4 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 13-5 L, 3-5 L, 0-4 L, 11-16 L, 1-3 W, 2-0 L, 2-9 L, 10-13 L, 4-6 L, 3-11 L, 1-4 L, 6-8 L, 6-7 L, 2-9 W, 6-1 W, 8-6 L, 4-5 W, 9-3 L, 7-8 L, 2-9 W, 5-4 W, 3-1 W, 10-6 L, 11-12 L, 3-7 L, 2-5 L, 8-10 L, 4-9 L, 1-6 W, 13-12 L, 0-5 T, 7-7 L, 0-2 L, 6-7 L, 3-5 W, 13-9 W, 8-1 L, 5-8 W, 31-4** W, 1-0 W, 4-0 L, 9-10 W, 11-4 W, 4-3 W, 7-5 T, 7-7

4/22 A Providence W, 7-3 4/25 H Vermont W, 4-2 4/25 H Vermont L, 3-5 4/27 H Massachusetts W, 11-10 4/28 A Boston College W, 16-6 4/29 A Fairfield W, 15-7 4/30 A Holy Cross W, 5-3 5/2 A Maine L, 4-5 5/2 A Maine L, 7-13 5/4 H New York Tech W, 2-0 5/5 A Massachusetts W, 7-6 5/6 H Dartmouth W, 5-0 5/9 H New Hampshire W, 6-5 5/9 H New Hampshire W, 8-1 5/15 N Vermont% L, 7-11 5/16 N Providence% W, 11-7 5/16 N Vermont% L, 4-6 ** UConn/New England Runs Record % - ECAC Championship 1980 (20-22) A N.C. Wesleyan L, 3-4 3/9 A East Carolina L, 1-2 3/9 A East Carolina L, 0-1 3/10 A East Carolina L, 3-4 3/10 A East Carolina L, 3-6 3/11 A N.C. State L, 5-8 3/12 A N.C. State L, 6-10 3/14 A North Carolina W, 5-3 3/14 A North Carolina L, 2-5 3/27 H St. John’s W, 4-0 3/29 H Iona W, 10-5 4/1 H Yale L, 1-2 4/2 A Army L, 2-3 4/5 H Maine W, 7-0 4/5 H Maine W, 10-2 4/7 H Brown W, 11-6 4/8 A Massachusetts L, 0-1 4/8 A Massachusetts L, 3-4 4/11 A Dartmouth W, 12-0 4/15 A Providence W, 4-1 4/16 H Fairfield L, 4-5 4/18 H Northeastern L, 3-4 4/20 H North Carolina L, 7-8 4/21 H Siena W, 6-0 4/21 H Siena W, 6-3 4/22 A Brown L, 7-8 4/23 H Providence W, 8-7 4/25 A Northeastern W, 11-0 4/26 H Rhode Island W, 4-3 4/26 H Rhode Island W, 2-1 4/29 H Boston College L, 3-8 4/30 A Fairfield W, 2-1 5/1 H Holy Cross L, 2-5 5/3 A New Hampshire W, 6-0 5/3 A New Hampshire L, 3-4 5/4 A Vermont W, 6-1 5/4 A Vermont L, 3-2 5/16 N Maine % L, 9-3 5/17 N New Hampshire % W, 9-3 5/17 N Holy Cross % W, 4-2 5/19 N Maine % W, 2-1 5/19 N Maine % L, 10-1 % - ECAC Championship - Worcester, Mass. 1979 (31-13) 3/10 A East Carolina 3/11 A East Carolina 3/12 A East Carolina 3/12 A East Carolina 3/13 A N.C. State 3/14 A North Carolina 3/15 A North Carolina A Baltimore 3/24 A St. John’s 3/31 A Iona 4/7 H New Hampshire 4/7 H New Hampshire 4/11 H Dartmouth 4/17 H Providence 4/18 A Rhode Island 4/18 A Rhode Island 4/19 A Northeastern 4/21 H Massachusetts 4/21 H Massachusetts 4/22 H Fairfield 4/23 A Boston College 4/24 H Brown 4/24 H Brown 4/25 A Providence 4/28 H Vermont 4/28 H Vermont 4/29 H Northeastern 5/2 A Massachusetts 5/3 A Holy Cross 5/5 A Maine 5/5 A Maine 5/7 H Fairfield 5/18 N Fairfield %

W, 4-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-5 L, 0-6 W, 1-0 W, 17-8 L, 3-9 L, 2-3 W, 10-3 W, 26-1 L, 0-3 W, 11-5 W, 1-0 W, 9-1 W, 3-0 W, 9-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 5-4 W, 18-9 W, 12-5 W, 5-3 W, 8-4 W, 6-5 W, 6-3 W, 6-5 W, 6-1 W, 1-0 L, 0-7 L, 1-5 W, 8-7 L, 1-2

5/18 N Maine % W, 4-0 5/19 N Fairfield % W, 12-2 5/20 N Massachusetts % W, 14-10 5/20 N Massachusetts % W, 8-1 5/25 A Navy # W, 5-4 5/26 N St. John’s # L, 3-6 5/27 N Nebraska # W, 15-0 5/27 N St. John’s # W, 14-4 5/28 N St. John’s # W, 4-0 6/1 N Texas ! L, 5-11 6/2 N Fullerton State ! L, 3-8 % - ECAC Championship - Worcester, Mass. # - NCAA Tournament - Annapolis, Md. ! - College World Series - Omaha, Neb. 1978 (17-14) A UNC-Pembroke A UNC-Pembroke A UNC-Pembroke A Methodist A Methodist A UNC-Pembroke 4/1 H Holy Cross 4/3 H Yale 4/6 H Iona 4/8 H Boston College 4/11 H Rhode Island 4/14 A Providence 4/15 A Northeastern 4/18 A Dartmouth 4/21 H Vermont 4/22 H New Hampshire 4/22 H New Hampshire 4/23 H Fairfield 4/26 H Providence 4/27 A Brown 4/27 A Brown 4/29 H Maine 4/29 H Maine 5/1 H St. John’s 5/3 A Massachusetts 5/3 A Massachusetts 5/4 H Brown 5/6 A Rhode Island 5/6 A Rhode Island 5/7 A Fairfield 5/8 H Massachusetts

W, 6-2 W, 9-8 W, 6-5 W, 6-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-0 W, 4-2 W, 5-3 L, 4-8 L, 1-5 W, 8-2 L, 4-5 L, 7-8 W, 23-0 L, 4-12 W, 2-1 L, 0-4 L, 3-7 L, 2-7 W, 3-2 W, 8-3 L, 5-6 L, 2-7 W, 7-5 L, 1-3 L, 1-5 L, 1-6 W, 7-0 W, 5-1 W, 9-1 L, 6-13

1977 (28-8) 3/11 A Baltimore W, 8-6 3/12 A Baltimore W, 4-1 3/12 A Baltimore W, 6-3 3/14 A Virginia Tech W, 3-2 3/14 A Virginia Tech W, 5-2 3/15 A Virginia Tech L, 5-6 3/16 A Liberty Baptist L, 3-5 3/17 A Liberty Baptist W, 15-2 3/17 A Liberty Baptist W, 17-4 3/18 A Lynchburg W, 7-2 3/26 A St. John’s L, 1-7 4/1 H Bridgeport W, 2-1 4/2 A Holy Cross W, 12-7 4/7 H St. John’s W, 11-3 4/8 H Holy Cross W, 7-3 4/12 A Rhode Island W, 2-1 4/16 H Northeastern W, 5-1 4/19 H Providence W, 7-2 4/27 A Providence W, 6-1 4/28 H Brown W, 8-2 4/28 H Brown W, 3-0 4/30 A Maine L, 2-3 4/30 A Maine W, 1-0 5/1 A New Hampshire W, 2-1 5/1 A New Hampshire W, 4-1 5/4 H Massachusetts L, 3-7 5/4 H Massachusetts W, 3-2 5/7 H Rhode Island W, 5-0 5/7 H Rhode Island W, 8-7 5/17 A Fairfield W, 18-2 5/20 H Boston College% W, 2-0 5/21 H Fairfield% W, 6-1 5/22 H Boston College% L, 1-5 5/22 H Boston College% W, 2-0 N Temple$ L, 7-9 N Cornell$ L, 7-9 % - ECAC Championship - Storrs, Conn. $ - NCAA District I Playoffs - Middletown, Conn. 1976 (24-7) 3/5 A Davidson 3/6 A Davidson 3/6 A Davidson 3/8 A Wake Forest 3/10 A Virginia Tech 3/11 A Virginia Tech 3/12 A VMI 3/12 A VMI 3/27 A St. John’s 3/27 A St. John’s

W, 18-4 W, 2-1 W, 15-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-6 W, 7-2 W, 2-0 W, 6-1 W, 3-0 L, 6-17

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In his final season, Andy Baylock wins 24 games, giving him 19 seasons with 20 wins or more over 24 years to leave UConn as the all-time winningest coach with 556.

4/3 H Holy Cross 4/5 H Yale 4/9 A Holy Cross 4/10 H Maine 4/13 H Maine 4/15 A Bridgeport 4/15 A Rhode Island 4/17 A Rhode Island 4/20 H Fairfield 4/22 H Providence 4/24 H Boston College 4/24 H New Hampshire 4/29 H New Hampshire 4/30 A Fairfield 5/12 H Providence 5/14 A Brown 5/15 A Northeastern 5/15 A Massachusetts Massachusetts% Maine% % - ECAC Championship 1975 (16-5-2) 3/7 A Washington & Lee 3/8 A Washington & Lee 3/10 A Davidson 3/11 A Davidson 4/7 A Yale 4/8 H Holy Cross 4/9 A Brown 4/13 A Holy Cross 4/15 H Rhode Island 4/15 H Rhode Island 4/19 A Maine 4/19 A Maine 4/22 H Providence 4/24 A Boston College 4/26 A New Hampshire 4/26 A New Hampshire 4/29 A Fairfield 4/30 A Providence 5/3 H Fairfield 5/14 H Brown 5/15 H Dartmouth 5/17 H Massachusetts 5/17 H Massachusetts

W, 14-4 W, 4-2 (12) W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 5-4 (11) W, 5-0 W, 7-1 L, 3-17 W, 4-1 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 W, 5-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-6 W, 3-1 L, 5-6 L, 1-2

W, 4-0 W, 16-0 W, 10-1 W, 10-1 W, 7-3 W, 4-1 W, 7-3 L, 1-2 L, 1-4 T, 7-7 (10) L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 W, 3-0 T, 2-2 (13) W, 12-8 L, 7-8 (10) W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 (13) W, 7-4 L, 2-8

1974 (12-9, 4-3 Yankee Conference) 3/4 A South Florida L, 4-5 3/5 A South Florida L, 4-10 3/6 N Temple L, 2-5 3/7 N Rollins W, 8-3 3/8 A South Florida L, 1-6 4/3 H Providence W, 7-6 4/5 H Holy Cross L, 6-8 4/6 A Holy Cross W, 6-4 4/12 H Maine* L, 2-13 4/16 H Rhode Island* L, 1-2 4/17 A Rhode Island* W, 13-0 4/20 H Northeastern W, 9-3 4/21 H Fairfield W, 3-0 4/24 A Brown W, 6-1 4/26 H New Hampshire* L, 4-6 4/27 A New Hampshire* W, 6-4 5/8 H Yale W, 7-5 5/9 H Boston College L, 9-11 5/10 A Massachusetts* W, 7-3 5/11 H Massachusetts* W, 6-3 5/14 H Brown W, 10-7 * - Yankee Conference Game 1973 (10-8-1. 4-2-1 Yankee Conference) 3/5 A South Florida L, 1-5 3/6 A South Florida L, 1-3 3/7 A Eckerd L, 4-8 3/8 A Eckerd L, 2-3 3/31 A Rutgers W, 4-1 3/31 A Rutgers W, 2-1 4/6 H Norwich W, 9-0 4/7 A Providence L, 1-9 4/10 H Holy Cross W, 5-2 4/14 H Fairfield W, 8-0 4/16 A Boston College W, 8-0 4/20 A Maine* L, 4-8 4/21 A Maine* W, 6-5 (10) 4/23 A Rhode Island* W, 3-2 4/24 H Rhode Island* W, 10-5 4/25 H Brown L, 6-16 4/27 A New Hampshire* W, 3-0 4/28 A New Hampshire* T, 4-4 5/11 H Massachusetts* L, 0-6 * - Yankee Conference Game 1972 (20-7, 12-0 Yankee Conference) 3/24 A Stetson L, 0-3 3/25 A Stetson L, 0-4 3/27 A Florida Southern L, 3-7 3/28 A St. Leo L, 6-8 3/29 A St. Leo W, 3-2

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3/30 A South Florida W, 8-3 4/10 H Holy Cross* W, 6-2 4/14 H Rhode Island* W, 4-0 4/15 A Rhode Island* W, 6-1 4/19 A Holy Cross* W, 10-5 4/21 H Maine* W, 1-0 4/22 H Maine* W, 6-2 4/25 A Brown L, 2-3 4/28 H New Hampshire* W, 3-2 4/29 H New Hampshire* W, 2-1 5/5 A Boston U.* W, 18-1 5/6 H Boston U.* W, 6-4 5/7 A Coast Guard W, 13-5 5/10 H Boston College W, 10-2 5/13 A Massachusetts* W, 9-3 5/14 H Massachusetts* W, 13-3 5/27 A Northeastern$ W, 5-2 5/28 A Harvard$ W, 8-5 5/29 A Harvard$ W, 11-2 6/9 A Texas! W, 3-0 6/11 A Southern California! L, 4-5 6/11 A Temple! L, 4-7 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs - Cambridge, Mass. ! – College World Series - Omaha, Neb. 1971 (20-4, 11-3 Yankee Conference) 4/5 H Coast Guard W, 2-0 4/6 A Wesleyan W, 11-2 4/8 H Norwich W, 9-0 4/9 H Norwich W, 6-2 4/10 H Providence W, 3-2 4/12 A Holy Cross W, 14-0 4/14 A Massachusetts* W, 3-2 4/15 H Trinity W, 10-2 4/17 H Boston U. W, 2-1 4/20 A New Hampshire* W, 6-4 4/23 H Vermont* W, 9-0 4/24 H Vermont* W, 16-4 4/24 H Vermont* W, 12-11 4/28 A Rhode Island* W, 4-0 5/1 H New Hampshire* L, 2-3 5/1 H New Hampshire* W, 5-2 5/5 A Yale L, 4-6 5/8 A Boston College W, 2-1 5/11 H Rhode Island* W, 9-0 5/14 A Maine* W, 4-0 5/15 A Maine* L, 1-2 5/15 A Maine* W, 10-6 5/19 H Massachusetts* W, 5-4 5/19 H Massachusetts* L, 0-4 * - Yankee Conference Game 1970 (18-12, 8-2 Yankee Conference) 3/20 A South Florida L, 4-6 3/21 A South Florida L, 3-4 3/23 A Rutgers W, 2-1 3/24 A Michigan State L, 6-10 3/25 A Penn State L, 2-6 3/26 A Ohio State W, 1-0 3/27 A Miami (FL) L, 1-2 3/28 A Miami (FL) L, 0-4 4/7 H Wesleyan W, 5-0 4/9 A Massachusetts* W, 2-0 4/10 H Norwich W, 8-0 4/13 H Holy Cross L, 3-5 4/15 H Boston U. W, 4-1 4/18 A Springfield L, 3-5 4/25 A Vermont* W, 3-2 4/26 A Vermont* W, 6-2 4/28 H Massachusetts* L, 12-14 4/29 H Rhode Island* W, 10-0 5/2 A New Hampshire* W, 9-3 5/2 A New Hampshire* W, 8-0 5/5 A Brown W, 9-0 5/9 H Boston College W, 7-3 5/12 A Rhode Island* W, 11-9 5/13 H Yale W, 9-8 5/15 H Maine* L, 2-4 5/16 H Maine* W, 3-1 5/29 A Maine@ W, 2-0 6/2 A Providence$ W, 8-0 6/2 A Dartmouth$ L, 2-8 6/3 A Dartmouth$ L, 3-12 * - Yankee Conference Game @ - Yankee Conference Playoff - Durham, N.H. $ - NCAA District I Playoffs - Hanover, N.H. 1969 (10-16, 6-4 Yankee Conference) 3/28 A South Florida L, 2-3 3/29 A South Florida L, 0-3 3/31 N Lewis College L, 1-3 4/1 A St. Leo L, 0-1 4/2 A Florida L, 4-12 4/3 A Florida L, 3-8 4/4 A Tampa L, 1-2 4/8 A Wesleyan W, 3-2 4/10 H Massachusetts* L, 1-4 4/14 A Holy Cross L, 0-2

4/15 H Boston U. 4/17 A New Hampshire* 4/19 H Norwich 4/19 H Norwich 4/26 H Vermont* 4/27 H Vermont* 4/29 A Massachusetts* 4/30 A Rhode Island* 5/2 H Brown 5/3 H New Hampshire* 5/7 H Springfield 5/10 A Boston College 5/13 H Rhode Island* 5/14 A Yale 5/16 A Maine* 5/17 A Maine* * - Yankee Conference Game

L, 2-3 W, 6-5 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-3 W, 4-1 L, 0-4 W, 4-1 L, 3-7 W, 2-0 L, 5-6 L, 3-5 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 W, 12-8 L, 2-7

1968 (17-10, 8-1 Yankee Conference) 4/5 A South Florida W, 3-2 (14) 4/6 A South Florida W, 10-5 4/8 A Florida L, 0-5 4/10 A Florida W, 5-3 4/11 A St. Leo L, 1-4 4/12 A St. Leo W, 1-0 4/12 A South Florida L, 3-6 4/16 H Boston U. L, 0-2 4/18 H New Hampshire* W, 5-1 4/21 A Holy Cross L, 0-4 4/23 A Massachusetts* L, 2-6 4/26 A Vermont* W, 6-3 4/30 H Massachusetts* W, 2-0 5/1 A Rhode Island* W, 3-0 5/3 H Yale L, 1-4 5/4 A New Hampshire* W, 5-0 5/6 A Springfield L, 4-5 5/7 A Brown W, 19-3 5/9 H Wesleyan W, 7-2 5/11 H Boston College W, 4-3 5/14 H Rhode Island* W, 3-1 5/17 H Maine* W, 4-3 5/18 H Maine* W, 2-0** 6/4 H Providence$ W, 2-0 6/5 H Harvard$ L, 0-3 6/6 H Boston U.$ W, 8-2 6/6 H Harvard$ L, 2-3 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs - Storrs, Conn. ** - Field named in honor of J.O. Christian 1967 (16-5, 7-3 Yankee Conference) 3/17 A Stetson 3/18 A Stetson 3/20 A Rollins 3/21 A Rollins 3/22 A Florida Southern 3/23 A Florida Southern 3/24 A St. Leo 3/24 A St. Leo 4/14 H Vermont* 4/15 H Vermont* 4/20 A New Hampshire* 4/28 A Maine* 4/29 A Maine* 5/4 H Rhode Island* 5/6 H New Hampshire* 5/8 A Yale 5/13 A American Inter. 5/14 H Massachusetts* 5/17 A Massachusetts* 5/23 A Rhode Island* 5/27 H Springfield * - Yankee Conference Game

W, 11-0 W, 15-1 W, 5-3 W, 4-0 L, 7-16 W, 6-3 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 W, 5-0 W, 6-4 W, 1-0 L, 1-2 W, 8-0 W, 5-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 5-12 W, 9-3 W, 3-2

1966 (12-6, 7-3 Yankee Conference) 4/11 H American W, 4-0 4/13 H Wesleyan W, 4-1 4/19 A Massachusetts* L, 2-7 4/22 H Maine* L, 1-4 4/23 H Maine* L, 5-8 4/27 H Yale L, 6-8 4/30 A Vermont* W, 7-1 5/3 H Massachusetts* W, 18-2 5/5 A Rhode Island* W, 7-1 5/7 A New Hampshire* W, 19-3 5/10 A Brown W, 15-6 5/11 H Boston U. W, 5-0 5/14 H Rhode Island* W, 5-4 5/17 H New Hampshire* W, 8-5 5/21 H Vermont* W, 5-0 5/28 H Springfield L, 2-3 5/29 A Maine@ W, 2-0 5/30 A Massachusetts@ L, 2-3 * - Yankee Conference Game @ - Yankee Conference Playoff - Durham, N.H. 1965 (16-9, 7-3 Yankee Conference) Middlebury W, 5-0 Boston U. W, 1-0

American W, 8-4 Wesleyan W, 4-2 *4/17 A Rhode Island* W, 4-0 *4/21 A Massachusetts* L, 0-3 *4/23 Maine* W, 2-1 *4/24 Maine L, 2-3 4/29 A Yale* W, 8-2 *4/30 Vermont* W, 5-4 *5/1 Vermont* L, 1-7 *5/4 H Massachusetts* W, 4-1 *5/8 A New Hampshire* W, 7-0 *5/8 A New Hampshire* W, 6-3 Springfield L, 3-6 American L, 1-6 5/18 Holy Cross L, 2-3 *5/22 Rhode Island* W, 9-0 @5/29 Vermont@ W, 5-0 $6/3 A Holy Cross$ W, 7-4 $6/3 A Holy Cross$ L, 0-5 $6/4 A Holy Cross$ W, 7-0 !6/7 A Saint Louis! L, 1-2 !6/8 A Lafayette! W, 6-4 !6/9 A Washington State! L, 2-3 * - Yankee Conference Game @ - Yankee Conference Playoffs $ - NCAA District I Playoff - Boston, Mass. ! – College World Series - Omaha, Neb. 1964 (8-12-1, 3-6-1 Yankee Conference) 3/23 A North Carolina L, 1-5 3/24 A North Carolina L, 2-8 A Wake Forest L, 3-4 A Wake Forest L, 3-9 3/27 A NC State L, 5-6 4/9 H Brown W, 4-1 American W, 8-2 Boston U. L, 3-5 *4/18 A Rhode Island* L, 1-6 *4/21 H Massachusetts* W, 3-1 *4/24 H Maine* L, 3-5 *4/25 H Maine* L, 4-5 *4/28 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 *5/1 Vermont* L, 3-6 *5/2 Vermont* L, 0-6 5/5 H Yale W, 5-4 *5/9 New Hampshire* W, 8-2 *5/16 Rhode Island* W, 13-4 *5/19 H Massachusetts* T, 1-1 Springfield W, 3-2 5/23 H Holy Cross W, 9-1 * - Yankee Conference Game 1963 (14-9, 7-2 Yankee Conference) A American W, 3-0 A Maryland L, 4-5 A Maryland W, 6-2 A Bridgewater L, 5-11 4/9 A Virginia W, 10-1 A Washington & Lee W, 16-6 A Lynchburg W, 14-0 A Hampden-Sydney L, 8-20 4/17 H New Hampshire* W, 6-0 4/19 Holy Cross L, 1-6 4/26 A Maine* W, 9-0 4/27 A Maine* L, 2-3 5/1 H Massachusetts* W, 5-0 5/3 Vermont* W, 5-4 5/4 Vermont* W, 5-4 5/6 A Yale W, 4-3 5/7 Rhode Island* W, 2-1 5/13 A Massachusetts* W, 3-0 American L, 2-4 5/17 A New Hampshire* L, 4-5 A Providence$ W, 4-3 A Providence$ L, 3-4 A Providence$ L, 6-10 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs - Worcester, Mass. 1962 (7-7-1, 3-6-1 Yankee Conference) Coast Guard W, 11-0 4/10 A Rhode Island* T, 12-12 Springfield L, 4-5 4/16 A Massachusetts* L, 2-6 4/18 Northeastern W, 5-4 4/20 H Maine* W, 7-3 4/21 H Maine* W, 2-0 Amherst W, 6-5 4/28 A New Hampshire* L, 3-4 5/1 H Massachusetts* L, 2-3 5/5 A Vermont* L, 1-3 5/5 A Vermont* L, 2-6 5/8 H Yale W, 4-3 5/11 H Rhode Island* L, 6-7 5/12 H New Hampshire* W, 10-2 - Yankee Conference Game


2004 1961 (21-10, 8-1 Yankee Conference) Maryland L, 1-6 North Carolina W, 6-2 North Carolina State L, 2-5 Indiana State W, 15-12 Camp LeJeune L, 0-4 Indiana State W, 4-3 Camp LeJeune L, 3-7 4/8 American Inter. W, 5-3 4/11 A Rhode Island* W, 7-0 4/13 Springfield W, 5-1 4/18 Wesleyan W, 7-2 4/20 A Yale L, 1-10 Boston Univ. W, 10-3 4/26 H Northeastern W, 8-1 4/28 A Maine* W, 5-0 4/29 A Maine* W, 8-2 Massachusetts* W, 4-0 5/5 H Vermont* W, 7-2 5/5 H Vermont* L, 3-4 Coast Guard W, 4-3 5/13 A New Hampshire* W, 7-2 5/13 A New Hampshire* W, 5-1 5/18 H Massachusetts L, 0-2 5/19 H Holy Cross W, 4-1 Rhode Island* W, 2-0 Amherst L, 3-4 Colby W, 15-1 Boston College$ L, 1-4 Springfield$ W, 3-1 Boston College$ W, 3-2 Boston College$ L, 4-14 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs 1960 (13-3, 10-2 Yankee Conference) 4/12 Rhode Island* W, 3-1 4/14 AIC* W, 2-1 4/16 Yale W, 4-2 4/19 Wesleyan W, 4-0 4/23 Boston University W, 8-0 4/25 New Hampshire* W, 13-1 4/29 Maine* W, 4-2 4/30 Maine* L, 2-5 5/3 Massachusetts* W, 13-7 5/6 Vermont* W, 6-3 5/7 Vermont* W, 6-0 5/10 Coast Guard W, 3-1 5/14 New Hampshire* W, 4-0 5/18 Massachusetts* L, 1-2 5/21 Rhode Island* W, 6-3 Boston College $ L, 1-2 * - Yankee Conference Game $-- NCAA District I Playoffs 1959 (20-3, 10-0 Yankee Conference) Maryland W, 13-1 Howard W, 12-4 North Carolina L, 7-8 Davidson W, 11-7 4/4 Yale W, 7-1 4/16 Northeastern W, 6-1 4/18 Rhode Island* W, 23-4 4/21 Wesleyan W, 7-0 4/22 New Hampshire* W, 4-0 4/25 Boston University W, 6-3 4/28 Massachusetts* W, 9-4 5/1 Vermont* W, 4-1 5/2 Vermont* W, 8-3 5/6 Coast Guard W, 1-0 5/7 Rhode Island* W, 12-6 5/9 New Hampshire* W, 10-4 5/11 AIC W, 8-3 5/15 Maine* W, 4-2 5/16 Maine* W, 5-3 5/22 Springfield W, 3-1 5/23 Massachusetts* W, 10-4 Penn State! L, 3-5 Western Michigan! L, 6-14 * - Yankee Conference Game ! - College World Series - Omaha, Neb. 1958 (15-6, 6-1 Yankee Conference) Maryland W, 10-5 Maryland W, 9-4 Duke W, 3-2 North Carolina L, 3-12 Wake Forest W, 3-2 4/16 Massachusetts* W, 6-1 4/17 Northeastern W, 10-4 4/19 Rhode Island* W, 13-2 4/23 Wesleyan W, 6-2 4/26 Boston University L, 0-1 4/30 AIC L, 2-4 5/3 New Hampshire* W, 9-1 5/5 Massachusetts* W, 5-4 5/10 New Hampshire* W, 13-0 5/17 Springfield W, 5-4

Former catcher and designated hitter Jim Penders becomes the 19th coach in program history and just the fifth since 1924. 5/21 Holy Cross L, 0-10 5/23 Vermont* W, 5-1 5/24 Vermont* L, 1-8 Dartmouth $ W, 1-0 Dartmouth $ W, 10-0 Holy Cross $ L, 1-2 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs 1957 (14-10, 5-5 Yankee Conference) 4/11 Northeastern W, 2-1 4/13 Maine* L, 4-6 4/16 Massachusetts* W, 6-0 4/19 Massachusetts* W, 2-1 4/22 Wesleyan L, 4-5 4/25 Boston University W, 2-0 4/27 Vermont* W, 9-4 4/27 Vermont* L, 1-3 4/30 Yale W, 8-3 5/2 Holy Cross W, 2-1 5/6 Coast Guard W, 8-6 5/9 Rhode Island* W, 20-6 5/11 New Hampshire* L, 1-2 5/11 New Hampshire* L, 3-6 5/13 AIC L, 5-6 5/17 Springfield W, 6-4 5/18 Maine* W, 2-0 5/21 Rhode Island* L, 0-2 Springfield $ L, 4-9 Springfield $ W, 4-3 Springfield $ W, 5-0 Texas ! L, 0-3 Florida State ! W, 5-3 Iowa State ! L, 2-5 * - Yankee Conference Game $ - NCAA District I Playoffs ! - College World Series - Omaha, Neb. 1956 (9-8-2, 4-4-1 Yankee Conference) 4/11 Wesleyan L, 9-11 4/14 Northeastern W, 20-4 4/17 Massachusetts* T, 1-1 4/17 Maine* W, 18-0 4/21 Vermont* W, 8-3 4/21 Vermont* L, 1-3 4/27 Colby T, 8-8 4/28 Boston University W, 6-0 4/30 Holy Cross L, 7-17 5/3 Yale W, 5-1 5/5 AIC L, 4-6 5/7 Springfield W, 1-0 5/8 Coast Guard W, 9-1 5/12 New Hampshire* L, 3-7 5/12 New Hampshire* L, 5-6 5/18 Colby L, 5-9 5/19 Maine* W, 5-3 5/22 Rhode Island* L, 2-3 5/22 Rhode Island* W, 6-1 * - Yankee Conference Game 1955 (11-6, 6-2 Yankee Conference) 4/15 Northeastern W, 6-2 4/16 Springfield L, 2-3 4/21 Colby W, 8-2 4/23 Maine W, 4-0 4/27 Wesleyan L, 1-2 5/2 AIC W, 15-7 5/3 Yale W, 3-2 5/6 Colby L, 1-2 5/10 Coast Guard W, 6-5 5/12 Rhode Island L, 10-15 5/14 New Hampshire W, 6-2 5/14 New Hampshire L, 2-5 5/19 Vermont W, 3-2 5/19 Vermont W, 4-0 5/21 Holy Cross L, 2-6 5/24 Rhode Island W, 7-4 5/27 Maine W, 4-3 * - Yankee Conference Game 1954 (9-9, 4-5 Yankee Conference) 4/14 Brown W, 4-0 4/19 Massachusetts* L, 0-1 4/19 Massachusetts* L, 0-1 4/21 Coast Guard W, 9-3 4/23 Vermont* W, 3-2 4/24 Maine* W, 8-7 4/30 Boston University W, 4-3 5/1 Holy Cross L, 3-10 5/5 Springfield L, 3-5 5/7 Northeastern W, 9-3 5/8 Maine* L, 3-6 5/13 Rhode Island* W, 1-0 5/15 New Hampshire* L, 2-3 5/15 New Hampshire* L, 3-4 5/19 Wesleyan L, 2-3

5/22 Brandeis W, 11-2 5/25 Rhode Island* W, 2-1 6/5 Rutgers W, 2-1 * - Yankee Conference Game 1953 (10-6, 4-2 Yankee Conference) 4/11 Brown W, 13-4 4/23 Coast Guard W, 15-1 4/25 Maine* W, 5-2 4/28 Tufts W, 4-3 4/29 Wesleyan W, 11-2 5/6 Providence L, 2-6 5/8 Colby L, 0-3 5/9 Maine* L, 11-12 5/11 Yale L, 4-9 5/14 Rhode Island* W, 6-3 5/14 Rhode Island* T, 1-1 5/16 New Hampshire* L, 1-11 5/16 New Hampshire* W, 3-1 5/23 Holy Cross L, 2-9 5/25 AIC W, 3-2 6/6 AIC W, 10-3 * - Yankee Conference Game 1952 (9-5-1, 4-2 Yankee Conference) 3/31 Army T, 2-2 4/3 Cherry Point Marines L, 0-6 4/3 Cherry Point Marines W, 5-2 4/11 Wesleyan W, 4-2 4/12 Brown L, 2-6 4/16 Massachusetts* W, 5-3 4/19 AIC W, 10-4 4/23 Yale W, 8-6 4/26 Maine* L, 2-5 5/3 Boston University W, 10-3 5/7 Providence L, 7-8 5/9 Rhode Island* W, 6-3 5/14 Rhode Island* W, 6-3 5/17 New Hampshire* W, 5-0 5/17 New Hampshire* L, 0-4 * - Yankee Conference Game 1951 (9-9-1, 4-0-1 Yankee Conference) 3/28 Camp Lejeune L, 3-7 3/29 Camp Lejeune L, 7-9 3/30 Cherry Point Marines L, 0-1 3/31 Cherry Point Marines W, 5-1 4/4 Army L, 11-12 4/14 Brown L, 4-11 4/18 Massachusetts* W, 3-1 4/20 AIC L, 3-7 4/24 Rhode Island* W, 6-4 4/27 Springfield L, 2-3 4/28 Wesleyan W, 26-8 5/5 Boston University L, 3-5 5/7 Camp Lejeune W, 10-3 5/15 Yale W, 5-0 5/19 New Hampshire* W, 8-1 5/19 New Hampshire* W, 1-0 5/23 Rhode Island* T, 6-6 5/26 Tufts W, 6-5 6/9 Holy Cross L, 6-10 * - Yankee Conference Game 1950 (7-8, 4-3 Yankee Conference) Massachusetts* L, 3-7 Maine * L, 2-5 Maine* W, 6-2 AIC L, 2-6 Boston University W, 8-7 Rhode Island* W, 19-14 Wesleyan W, 8-2 Yale W, 5-4 Brown L, 0-5 Northeastern L, 3-7 Springfield L, 3-4 New Hampshire* L, 9-13 New Hampshire* W, 1-0 Rhode Island* W, 7-2 Tufts L, 2-5 * - Yankee Conference Game 1949 (14-5, 7-3 Yankee Conference) Lehigh W, 13-6 Delaware W, 9-2 Rutgers L, 2-5 Massachusetts* W, 4-2 Ithaca W, 5-4 Rhode Island* W, 4-3 Massachusetts* W, 5-3 Rhode Island* L, 0-9 Wesleyan W, 5-2 Springfield W, 3-1 Northeastern W, 9-7 New Hampshire* W, 14-1 Maine* W, 5-1 Maine* L, 2-3 New Hampshire* W, 14-2 Vermont* W, 7-2

1942 (3-9) Rhode Island L, 3-4 Massachusetts St. L, 2-6 Rhode Island W, 4-2 Northeastern L, 7-10 Wesleyan L, 3-16 1948 (13-2, 5-1 Yankee Conference) Springfield L, 5-8 Springfield W, 11-8 New Hampshire L, 1-4 Vermont* W, 5-0 Maine W, 6-0 Yale L, 0-7 Maine L, 0-4 Maine* W, 6-5 Massachusetts St. W, 8-2 Maine* W, 11-3 New Hampshire L, 1-3 Massachusetts* W, 7-2 Northeastern L, 6-7 Rhode Island* L, 0-3 Massachusetts* W, 4-1 Coast Guard W, 15-5 1941 (4-10) Catawba L, 0-12 Northeastern W, 6-1 Maryland L, 3-5 Wesleyan W, 5-1 Massachusetts St. L, 4-6 Rhode Island W, 5-3 Wesleyan W, 3-1 Lehigh W, 14-0 Maine W, 5-2 Brown W, 4-2 Maine L, 3-5 Wesleyan W, 6-5 Springfield W, 6-5 * - Yankee Conference Game Massachusetts St. L, 4-5 New Hampshire W, 3-1 1947 (12-5) New Hampshire L, 2-3 Lehigh L, 3-4 Rhode Island L, 2-11 Villanova L, 2-3 Northeastern L, 11-16 Massachusetts St. W, 7-4 Williams L, 0-6 Harvard L, 7-13 Rhode Island L, 2-8 Boston University W, 3-2 Hartford Chiefs W, 12-3 Coast Guard W, 5-2 1940 (8-8-1) Lehigh L, 6-11 New Hampshire W, 11-3 Temple W, 4-0 Massachusetts St. W, 17-2 Westchester Teachers L, 0-12 Coast Guard W, 17-2 Massachusetts St. L, 6-10 Wesleyan L, 2-5 Northeastern L, 4-8 Northeastern W, 14-1 New Hampshire L, 4-6 Rhode Island L, 1-2 Massachusetts St. L, 2-3 New Hampshire W, 4-1 Williams W, 5-0 Maine W, 4-2 Temple W, 4-3 Maine W, 9-3 Rhode Island W, 7-6 Wesleyan W, 5-3 Northeastern L, 3-9 Rhode Island W, Maine L, 6-7 1-0 Rhode Island W, 7-6 1946 (6-10-1) Maine W, 15-2 Lehigh L, 1-4 Lowell Textile W, 4-2 Delaware T, 5-5 Springfield T, 6-6 Temple W, 8-2 Springfield W, 12-8 Princeton L, 2-6 Rutgers W, 12-10 Yale L, 3-4 1939 (7-7) Wesleyan W, 20-4 Harvard W, 8-7 Massachusetts St. L, 1-2 Massachusetts St. W, 10-5 Northeastern W, 9-2 Brown L, 5-7 Rhode Island L, 1-13 Northeastern L, 1-5 Coast Guard W, 14-9 Rhode Island W, 3-0 New Hampshire W, 4-1 New Hampshire L, 7-8 Northeastern L, 4-5 Wesleyan L, 2-6 New Hampshire L, 1-3 Providence L, 0-2 Massachusetts St. L, 7-8 Rhode Island L, 5-7 Vermont L, 1-2 New Hampshire L, 12-13 Coast Guard W, 17-4 Wesleyan W, 8-4 Rhode Island L, 1-2 Maine W, 5-3 1945 (6-2) Maine w, 10-6 Northeastern W, 8-4 Brown W, 6-1 Amherst L, 2-5 1938 (8-6) Wesleyan W, 5-4 Wesleyan L, 1-3 Massachusetts St. L, 1-3 Wesleyan W, 5-0 Northeastern W, 9-6 Maine W, 14-2 Middlebury W, 13-9 Maine W, 4-2 Vermont W, 11-6 Brooklyn W, 2-1 Northeastern W, 12-7 New Hampshire W, 5-2 1944 (4-4-1) Massachusetts St. L, 1-8 Northeastern T, 5-5 Rhode Island W, 2-0 Brooklyn L, 7-10 Maine L, 0-1 Wesleyan L, 0-6 Maine L, 2-5 City College of NY W, 8-6 Coast Guard W, 7-0 Northeastern W, 6-3 Coast Guard L, 3-5 City College of NY L, 0-1 Wesleyan L, 4-6 Wesleyan W, 12-4 Maine W, 9-1 Maine L, 0-7 1937 (7-8) Massachusetts St. W, 5-0 1943 (8-6) AIC W, 14-8 Springfield W, 12-0 Maine L, 5-20 Springfield W, 7-2 Massachusetts St. L, 3-4 Hartford Senators L, 1-8 Arnold W, 6-5 Yale L, 2-13 Northeastern W, 7-5 Wesleyan W, 18-4 Trinity L, 4-15 Rhode Island L, 4-11 Rhode Island L, 13-18 New Hampshire L, 1-2 New Hampshire L, 1-4 New Hampshire L, 1-3 New Hampshire L, 3-9 Maine L, 2-3 Renssaeler W, 7-2 Maine W, 4-1 Trinity W, 9-8 Rhode Island W, 5-2 Wesleyan L, 5-7 Wesleyan W, 5-3 Wesleyan W, 6-2 Northeastern W, 1-0 Rhode Island L, 0-17 Northeastern W, 3-2 Vermont* L, 0-2 Brown W, 10-4 Yale L, 4-9 * - Yankee Conference Game

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Connecticut sets a program record with 48 wins and earns an at-large bid to its 16th NCAA Tournament. The Huskies host the NCAA Regionals at Dodd Stadium in Norwich. Mike Olt smashes a record 23 home runs and becomes the second Husky to be selected in the first round of the MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers.

1936 (7-5) Massachusetts St. Massachusetts St. Trinity Arnold Rhode Island Wesleyan Renssaeler Coast Guard Worcester Poly Trinity Wesleyan Rhode Island 1935 (3-10-1) Wesleyan Coast Guard Arnold Massachusetts St. Massachusetts St. Rhode Island Williams Norwich Amherst Worcester Poly Trinity Wesleyan New Hampshire Trinity 1934 (8-5) Massachusetts St. Brown Williams Clark Massachusetts St. Trinity Wesleyan Arnold Rhode Island St. Stephens Trinity Rhode Island Springfield 1933 (4-9) Lowell Textile Maine Clark Massachusetts St. Trinity Arnold New Hampshire Rhode Island St. Stephens Trinity Rhode Island Springfield Norwich 1932 (2-11) Army Maine Norwich Massachusetts St. Williams Clark Lowell Textile Rhode Island New Hampshire Trinity Wesleyan Rhode Island Springfield 1931 (2-8) Army Maine Trinity Rhode Island Trinity Wesleyan Brown Norwich Rhode Island New Hampshire 1930 (8-7) E. Stroudsburg Teachers Pratt Clark Springfield Vermont Wesleyan Trinity Rhode Island New Hampshire Colby Maine

W, 13-5 W, 12-5 L, 6-10 L, 1-7 L, 2-8 L, 6-13 W, 11-8 W, 9-8 w, 6-5 W, 7-2 L, 1-3 W, 4-1

Bates Trinity Wesleyan Rhode Island

1929 (10-7) Maine Providence Clark Wesleyan Trinity Williams Vermont Springfield Norwich L, 2-5 Rhode Island w, 6-1 Trinity L, 2-12 Wesleyan L, 0-8 Rhode Island L, 5-16 Arnold W, 15-1 New Hampshire L, 1-2 Colby L, 3-5 Springfield L, 1-2 W, 8-2 1928 (4-6) L, 2-16 Springfield L, 10-11 Clark T, 5-5 Wesleyan L, 3-4 Bowdoin Bates Colby W, 12-4 Maine L, 3-12 Wesleyan W, 11-6 Rhode Island W, 16-4 Rhode Island L, 2-4 W, 9-3 1927 (3-8) W, 10-4 Renssaeler L, 1-2 Williams L, 5-7 Springfield W, 8-2 Wesleyan L, 2-3 Springfield W, 10-7 Vermont W, 10-6 Norwich Trinity Rhode Island L, 6-9 Rhode Island L, 0-2 New Hampshire W, 19-4 L, 3-5 1926 (7-7) W, 12-4 Brown W, 7-3 Tufts L, 2-6 Trinity L, 8-12 Clark W, 9-0 Springfield L, 6-8 Rhode Island L, 4-5 Trinity L, 8-11 Springfield L, 4-5 Colby Maine New Hampshire L, 2-18 Rhode Island L, 3-4 Amherst L, 4-5 Massachusetts St. L, 1-3 L, 7-9 1925 (7-5-1) L, 3-5 Brown L, 4-11 Wesleyan L, 7-12 Colby L, 0-8 Trinity W, 4-2 Springfield L, 8-11 Clark L, 1-3 Rhode Island W, 15-9 Springfield New Hampshire Trinity L, 3-4 Rhode Island W, 5-4 Massachusetts St. L, 2-8 Massachusetts St. L, 2-18 L, 7-9 1924 (5-8) L, 3-7 Brown L, 5-11 St. Stephens L, 4-7 Army L, 2-6 Maine W, 13-5 Wesleyan Tufts Clark W, 3-1 Massachusetts St. W, 11-2 Trinity W, 6-5 Rhode Island W, 9-4 Massachusetts St. L, 2-3 Springfield L, 6-7 Rhode Island W, 21-4 L, 1-8 1923 (4-9) L, 2-3 Boston University W, 12-6 Clark W, 10-4 Brown

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L, 4-9 L, 2-3 L, 1-8 W, 3-2 L, 6-7 L, 3-9 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 L, 4-5 W, 3-2 W, 5-0 W, 9-1 W, 7-1 W, 4-1 W, 13-3 W, 9-8 W, 10-0 L, 5-6 L, 6-9 L, 4-10 W, 10-9 W, 5-1 L, 2-10 L, 2-12 L, 2-9 W, 9-8 W, 8-7 L, 4-5 L, 2-5 L, 8-9

Harvard Coast Guard Colby Springfield Tufts Northeastern Rhode Island Trinity Holy Cross Springfield

L, 5-6 W, 20-1 L, 5-9 W, 8-3 L, 6-7 L, 3-5 L, 4-5 W, 8-6 L, 0-21 L, 4-16

1922 (8-9) Brown Massachusetts St. Boston College Springfield Clark Massachusetts St. Worcester Poly Springfield Trinity Bates Wesleyan Rhode Island Wesleyan Rhode Island New Hampshire Syracuse Providence

L, 1-4 W, 2-1 L, 2-15 L, 1-3 W, 7-0 L, 2-3 W, 6-2 L, 1-6 W, 4-1 W, 1-0 W, 10-3 L, 2-3 W, 8-5 L, 2-3 L, 1-7 L, 2-8 W, 9-1

1921 (4-11) Brown Wesleyan Worcester Poly Springfield Rhode Island Massachusetts St. L, 2-8 Springfield L, 3-6 Trinity L, 0-2 Williams L, 0-1 Trinity L, 5-7 Wentworth Inst. L, 1-6 Lowell Textile L, 4-5 Manhattan W, 7-5 Boston College W, 8-3 Clark L, 2-8 W, 3-0 1920 (3-8) Brown Springfield L, 7-10 Massachusetts St. W, 5-3 Springfield W, 10-3 Wentworth Inst. W, 7-2 Trinity L, 4-5 Rhode Island L, 6-10 St. Michaels L, 1-5 Vermont L, 5-13 Middlebury W, 9-7 Massachusetts St. W, 7-3 L, 0-7 W, 9-7 1919 (5-6) L, 2-8 Wesleyan W, 5-3 Worcester Poly New Hampshire Rhode Island L, 1-5 Rhode Island T, 6-6 Seton Hall L, 4-10 Trinity W, 9-1 New Hampshire L, 2-6 Boston College W, 5-0 Middlebury W, 19-6 Middlebury W, 5-4 W, 7-5 1918 W, 6-5 No Competition L, 4-6 L, 3-4 1917 (1-1) W, 8-0 Worcester Poly Wentworth Inst. L, 2-18 W, 15-7 L, 4-11 W, 10-2 L, 1-5 L, 4-8 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 W, 19-9 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 L, 7-6 W, 9-6 L, 1-11 W, 5-4 L, 1-7

L, 2-3 L, 2-10 L, 3-4 L, 3-10 L, 4-8 L, 0-5 L, 1-3 W, 11-3 L, 4-6 W, 13-1 W, 5-4 L, 2-4 L, 2-6 L, 0-15 W, 10-0 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-5 L, 1-13 W, 5-3 W, 3-0 L, 2-8 W, 5-4 L, 0-6 L, 1-8 L, 3-7

L, 3-12 L, 6-16 W, 7-5 W, 3-2 L, 2-5 L, 4-11 W, 4-0 L, 4-5 L, 5-12 W, 4-3 W, 7-5

W, 8-7 L, 7-17

1916 (1-8) Wesleyan Stevens Wesleyan City College of NY Worcester Poly Wentworth Inst. Boston College New Hampshire Rhode Island

L, 5-11 L, 0-4 L, 8-13 W, 10-9 L, 4-7 L, 5-11 L, 0-18 L, 6-7 L, 2-3

1915 (1-7) Dean Academy Norwich Academy Colby Colby New Hampshire Worcester Acad.

L, 6-12 W, 8-4 L, 0-11 L, 2-10 L, 0-8 L, 2-14

NYU Wentworth Inst.

L, 3-8 L, 1-11

1914 (0-4) Willie Emeralds Fort Wright Dean Academy Monson

L, 7-11 L, 1-3 L, 5-7 L, 6-14

1913 (4-6) Norwich Academy Dean Academy Williston Windham High NYU Springfield Monson Ford Wright Jewett City Willimantic

W, 3-2 L, 0-6 L, 7-9 L, 5-9 L, 0-6 L, 4-11 W, 3-2 L, 6-12 W, 6-4 W, 10-7

1912 (6-6) Middlebury L, 0-10 Middlebury W, 2-1 Dean Academy L, 1-6 New Haven High W, 4-3 Fort Wright W, 12-4 Monson L, 0-10 Norwich Academy L, 3-10 Fort Wright W, 16-10 Bulkeley W, 7-4 Norwich Academy L, 7-10 Springfield L, 0-3 Hartford High W, 5-4 1911 (0-9) Hartford High Rockville High Springfield Norwich Academy Norwich Academy St. Anselms New Hampshire Boston College Monson

L, 3-9 L, 9-17 L, 2-14 L, 4-20 L, 0-11 L, 0-21 L, 6-9 L, 1-11 L, 1-4

1910 (3-6) Rockville Rockville Windham High Wesleyan Academy Rhode Island Boston College Springfield Boston College Rhode Island

L, 5-7 L, 3-11 W, 12-2 W, 4-1 L, 1-9 L, 3-13 L, 4-6 L, 1-5 W,3-1

1909 (6-1) Springfield Windham High Stafford High Cushing Academy Boston College Rhode Island Hotchkiss

W, 18-8 W, 6-5 W, 9-2 L, 2-4 W, 7-2 W, 6-1 W, 5-4

1908 (4-5-1) Rockville Volunteers W, 4-3 Rockville Volunteers W, 10-0 Williston L, 3-6 Springfield L, 2-3 Rhode Island L, 2-5 Cushing Academy L, 4-5 Worcester Acad. W, 14-12 Mass. Aggies L, 0-4 Rhode Island W, 5-2 Springfield T, 5-5 1907 (4-5) Dean Academy Norwich Worcester Poly Williston Bulkeley High Rhode Island Norwich Acad. Willimantic Dean Academy

L, 5-7 L, 3-9 L, 1-6 L, 7-8 W, 16-8 W, 5-4 W, 11-1 W, 5-4 L, 0-3

1906 (4-3) Rockville W, 2-0 Northampton Business Coll. W, 14-0 Norwich Acad. W, 10-9 Westminster L, 3-7 Rhode Island L, 1-5 Springfield High W, 8-2 Mansfield High L, 6-14

1905 (3-3-1) Springfield Middletown High Bulkeley High Pomfret Killingly High Cushing Academy Norwich Academy

L, 3-6 W, 8-0 T, 5-5 L, 2-3 W, 17-1 L, 6-8 W, 7-5

1904 (3-1) Churchill Club Norwich Academy Windham High Eagleville

L, 3-4 W, 7-5 W, 16-5 W, 7-4

1903 (3-4) South Windham Windham High Eagleville Alethea A. C. Churchill Club Rhode Island Eagleville High

W, 11-9 W, 12-6 L, 4-10 L, 8-9 W, 10-9 L, 7-10 L, 10-14

1902 (3-1) Windham High Eagleville High Willimantic YMCA South Windham

W, 12-1 L, 4- 19 W, 23-13 W, 12-11

1901 (4-1) Middletown High Willimantic High Pomfret Massachusetts St. Willimantic

W, 11-3 W, 13-10 W, 14-2 L, 1-5 W, 11-1

1900 (5-4) Rockville High W, 20-10 Wesleyan Academy W, 7-4 Childs Business Coll. W, 23-2 Holyoke High L, 11-17 Willimantic High L, 7-12 Mass. State L, 2-8 Pomfret W, 9-2 Rhode Island L, 3-4 Willimantic High W, 11-1 1899 (3-3-1) Rockville High W, 31-12 Willimantic High W, 9-8 Pomfret W, 10-6 Willimantic High L, 8-17 Morse Business Sch. L, 10-16 Wilbraham Acad. T, 19-19 Rhode Island L, 3-11 1898 (1-2) Windham High Faculty Willimantic YMCA

W, 15-9 L, 10-11 L, 15-19

1897 (2-3) Baltics Eagleville High Windham High Eagleville High Windham High

L, 13-15 W, 8-7 W, 40-20 L, 18-27 L, 11-14

1896 (3-4) Willimantic Model School W, 15-14 Windham High W, 25-11 Eagleville High L, 9-12 Eagleville High L, 14-16 Columbia High W, 42-2 Windham High L, 11-17 Rhode Island L, 6-22


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2011

UConn wins its first BIG EAST Regular Season Championship with a 22-5 league record and earns a second straight at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Huskies won four-straight elimination games, including a 7-6 walk-off vs. the host, to claim the Clemson Regional Championship.

---A--ACETO, ANTHONY ACCOMANDO, DENNIS ACETO, LOUIS ADAMS, WILLIAM AHMED, NICK AITRO (MGR.) ALBRIGHT, TOM ALLARD, F. ALLEN, JAMES ALLEN, WALTER ANASTASIO, RONALD ANDERSON, ALF ANDERSON, BOB ANDERSON, ROBERT ANDREOLI, JOHN ANTONEZ, PETER APPELL, M. ARCIOLA, TIMOTHY ARMOUR, WILLIAM ATHERTON, HARRY ATTANASIO, ANTHONY ATTANASIO, BOB

2011, 12 2007, 08, 09 1965 1941, 42, 43 2009, 10, 11 1933 1948 1931, 32 1987, 88, 89 1948, 50 1956, 57 1931 1975, 76 1958, 59 2009, 10, 11 1943 1936, 37, 38 1991 1950, 51 1936 1959, 60, 61 1952, 53, 54

---B--BACH, BRIAN 1967, 68 BAILEY,GEORGE 1954 BAILEY, RAYMOND 1978, 79, 80 BAIRD, EDWARD 1966, 67, 68 BAISDEN, ROBERT 1957 BALDWIN, JOHN 1972, 73, 74, 75 BALDWIN, MERRITT “MIKE” 1949, 50 BALDWIN, MYRON 1940, 41, 42 BALISCIANO, JEREMY 2003 BARANOWSKI, RICH 1963, 64, 65 BARNES, MATT 2009, 10, 11 BARTNICKI, HENRY 1950 BARTOLINI, DANTE (MGR.) 1936 BARTON, CHRIS 1995, 96, 97, 98 BARTON, ROBERT 1999, 00, 02, 03 BASILE, DANIEL (MGR.) 1941 BATTISTINI, FRANK 1944 BECK, ELLIS 1942 BECKWITH, SCOTT 2006 BELANGER, ALBERT 1959, 61 BELL, JAMES 1961, 62, 63 BELMONTE, RICK 1997, 00 BEN, MICHAEL 1953, 54 BERGAN, ZACH 1997 BERNEY, SCOTT 1997, 98, 99 BETTENCOURT, JOE 1951, 52, 53 BIBBIANI, ROBERT 1983 BIDWELL, ROGER 1976 BIERCEVICZ, GREG 1974, 75, 76, 77 BIONDI, FRANK 1962 BISSON, CHRIS 1993, 94, 95, 96 BLACK, PHILIP 1981 BLAIS, MICHAEL 1992, 93 BLUMETTI, STEPHEN 2008 BODGE, DAVID 2006, 07 BOEHLE, WILLIAM 1955, 56, 57 BONDI, AMEDEO 1933, 34, 35 BONN, BOB 1972 BOOTH, ROBERT 1963 BOTTOMLEY, ERNEST 1950 BRANNON, DALE 2006, 07, 08, 09 BRANTLEY JR., HAROLD 2007, 08, 09 BRASILE, JIM 1973 BRAVAKIS, LEO 1963, 64, 65 BRIANTE, NICHOLAS 1957, 58, 59 BRICKLEY, RAY 1970, 71, 72 BROWN, CALLAHAN 2014 BROWN, KENNETH 1980, 82, 83 BROWN, ROBERT 1950 BRYANT, SANDY 1971, 72

BUCKMIR, MICHAEL BUGBEE, RONALD BUNDY, ALAN BURNETT, MATT BURNHAM, BRETT BURNS, DONALD BURNS, JOSEPH BUTLER, PAT BUTLER, PATRICK BUTTERFIELD, ROBERT BUTTERWORTH, H.A.

1986, 87 1966, 67 1996, 97, 98, 99 2007, 08, 09, 10 2002, 03 1955, 56, 57 1935 2010, 11, 12, 13 1989, 90, 91 1954, 57 1985, 86

---C--CAIN, TIMOTHY 1988, 89, 90 CALABRESE, RONALD 1955, 56 CALAMARI, JOHN 1931, 32, 33 CALKINS, EUGENE 1947 CAMPBELL, MILT 1933, 34, 35 CANNATA, STEVEN 1979, 80 CANTOR, SHELDON 1954 CAPALBO, THOMAS 1979, 80, 81 CARLIN, JOHN “PETE” 1968, 69, 70 CARLSON, JESSE 2000, 01, 02 CARLUCCI, DOM 1970, 71 CARROLL, EDWARD 1964, 65, 66 CASS, WILLIAM 1950 CATALINA, STEPHEN 2010, 11, 13 CATLIN, DAN 1995 CAUDILL, CLARKE 1997, 98, 99, 00 CHAPIN, OSCAR 1946, 47, 48, 49 CHAPMAN, JOHN 1978, 79, 81 CHRISTOPHER, RYAN 2003 CIPOLLA, FRANK 2003 CLARK, EDMUND 1951, 52, 53 CLARK, WILLIAM 1949, 50, 51 CLEARY, MICHAEL 1990 CLEMENT, JOE 1959, 60, 61 CLEVELAND, ROBERT 1944 COFFED, DOUGLAS 1976, 77, 78 COFFEE, BRIAN 1998 COFFEE, KENNETH 1988, 89, 90 COLLETTI, CHRISTIAN 2013 CONFORTI, LOUIS 1951, 52 CONFORTI, MICHAEL 1951, 52 CONNELL, VERNON 1938, 39, 40, 46 CONNORS, JAMES 1942 CONSIDINE, JAMES 1979, 80, 81 CONSIDINE, TIMOTHY 1983 COONEY, KYLE 1993, 94 CORMIER, SCOTT 1985, 86 CORVO, ERNEST 1945 CRICHTON, ROBERT 1976, 77 CROSS, CARSON 2012,13 CROSS, GLENN 1961 CROWLEY, BILL 1975, 76, 77 CROWLEY, WILLIAM 1983, 84 CUDDY, VINCENT 1941, 43 CULLUM, KENNETH 1957, 58, 59 CUMMINGS, HAROLD 1932, 33, 34 CURREN, JAMES 1942, 43

---D--D’ARGENTO, RUSS D’ARMINIO, TOM DANIELLO, BRYAN DARRAS, NICO DARLING, DAVID DARROW, BILLY DAVEY, BLAKE DAVID, CONNOR DAY, LARRY DEBELLIS, ALEX DEBRISCO, CHRIS DECARLI, DENNIS DECARLI, EARL

2001, 03, 04, 05 1973, 74, 75, 76 2013, 14 2014 1983, 84, 85 1930, 31 2014 2012,13, 14 2004, 05, 06, 07 2012 1998, 99, 00, 01 1960, 61 1941, 43

DEGENERO, AUGUST 1941 DEGREGORIO, JOSEPH 1960 DELAZZER, TRENT 2007, 08, 09, 10 DEMICCO, MICHAEL 1941 DEMPSEY, TIMOTHY 2003, 04 DEPGEN, PETE 1968 DETTMANN, JARED 2012 DICKINSON 1933 DIFAZIO, VIN 2005 DIGIORNO, JAMES 1954, 55, 56 DILAURENZIO, ALBERT 1939, 40, 42 DIPPEL, JOSEPH 1977, 78, 79 DOIRON, DONALD 1958, 59 DONAHUE, CONNIE 1932, 34 DONAHUE, JAMES (MGR.) 1943 DONOVAN, DENNIS 2004, 05, 06, 07 DONOVAN, DENNIS 1979, 80 DOOLING, GERALD 1956 DRABINSKI, MAREK 1987, 88, 89, 90 DROPO, GEORGE 1954, 55 DROPO, MILTON 1942, 43, 47 DROPO, WALTER 1943, 46 DROWN, ERIK 2000, 01, 02, 03 DRUMMOND, BRUCE 1968, 69 DUBE, ROBERT 1954, 55, 56 DUMONT, JIM 1974, 75, 76 DUNN, JOSEPH 1951, 52, 53 DURETTE, ALBERT 1943 DWYER, DENNIS 1991, 93, 94 DWYER, MIKE 2007 DWYER, TIMOTHY 1990 DYMKOSKI, DALE 1992 DZIADUL, JOHN 1946

---E--ECCLES, THOMAS EDGAR, JASON ELLIOT, DOUGLAS ELLIOT, DOUGLAS EMERY, ROBERT EMOND, KEVIN ENDEE, ALBERT ENO, ROBERT EPPLER, BILLY EPSTINE, EUGENE ERICKSON, DAVID ERICSON, MARK ESPOSITO, BRIAN

1987 97, 98 81, 82 10, 11 85, 86 1983 1930, 31 1947 1997 1940, 41 2005, 07, 08, 09 1987 1998, 99, 00 1995, 96, 1980, 2008, 09, 1984,

---F--FAGAN, FRED 1932, 33 FAGAN, MARTIN 1943 FANNING, RYAN 1998, 99, 00 FARKES, JOSH 2005, 06, 07 FATSE, PETER 2007, 08, 09 FEDEROWICZ, DAVID 1988, 89 FEEHAN, DAN 2010, 11, 12,13 FELTMAN, MARVIN 1952, 53 FERRITER, BILLY 2010, 11, 12,13 FIELD, RAYMOND 1933, 34, 35 FILMER, JEFFREY 1968, 69, 70 FIORENTINO, WILLIAM 1969 FIORITA, VAL, 1952, 53, 54 FISCHER, ARTHUR 1946, 47, 48 FISCHER, DAVID 2009, 10, 11, 12 FISHER, JOHN 1992, 93, 94, 95 FITCH, HARRISON 1934 FITZPATRICK, JEREMIAH 1962 FITZPATRICK, JOSEPH 1949 FLOOD, WILLIAM 1966, 67, 68 FLYDAL, RONALD 1957 FLYNN, WILLIAM 1933 FLYNN, EDGAR 1958, 59 FOLINO, JOHN 2006, 07, 08, 09 FORD, DAVID 1983, 84, 85

FRADKIN, DAVID 1987, 88, 91 FRAGER, JOSEPH 1981, 82, 83, 84 FRANCESCHINI, AL 1984, 85, 86 FRANK, JOHN 1960 FRANKLIN, BILL 1971, 72 FREDERICKS, MICHAEL 1977, 78 FRIEDMAN, RICHARD 1968, 69 FRIEDMAN, STEVE (MGR.) 1953 FRIEL, MIKE 2011, 12 FRONIO, JASON 1989, 90 FROSCIO, RAY 1957 FULCHINO, JEFF 1999, 01 FULLER, RYAN 2011, 12 FUNK, PAUL 1990, 91, 92,93

---G--GAFFNEY, DOUGLAS 1962, 63, 64 GAGLIARDI, ANTHONY 1989, 90, 91 GALATI, MICHAEL 1994, 95, 97, 98 GALLIC, JOHN 1980, 81 GARABEDIAN, GRIFFIN 2014 GARBATINI, AUGIE 1971, 72 GARBATINI, NEIL 1970, 71 GARRAY, ALLAN 1977, 78, 79 GARRY, TED 2004, 05, 06, 07 GATELY, FRANCIS 1989, 90 GAUDINO, RICHARD 1950 GAUDIO, CRAIG 1987, 88, 89, 90 GEER, DONALD 1941 GERICH, MICHAEL 1964, 65, 66 GERMANO, TOM 1974, 75, 76, 77 GERY, CLAYTON 1956 GERY, JON 1985, 86, 87 GIANETTI, ENRICO 1961, 62 GILKES, KENNETH 1962 GLYNN, ELLIOT 2008, 09, 10, 11 GOEBEL, 1930 GOLDBERG, NATHAN 1951, 52 GOODRICH, S. 1934 GORDON, ROBERT 1939 GORMLEY, KEVIN 1991, 93, 94 GORRIE, JONATHAN 1999, 00, 01, 02 GRABOWSKI, JASON 1995, 96, 97 GRANATO, FRANK 1945, 46 GRANGER, SHAWN 1981, 82 GRECO, R. 1936, 37, 38 GREER, GEORGE 1966, 67, 68 GREGORSKI, TED 1996, 97, 98, 99 GRISAR, RICHARD 1963, 64 GRISWOLD, HAYDEN 1942, 43, 46 GROHER, SAMUEL 1934, 35 GROOBERT, PAUL 1949 GROSS, SIDNEY (MGR.) 1940 GRUNER, PAUL 1968 GRUNWALD, JEFFREY 1976, 77 GUILBEAULT, MICHAEL 1993, 94, 95 GUILD, DAVID 1990, 91, 92 GULYAS, STEPHEN 1965 GURA, HOWARD 1969, 70 GUZZARDI, CARL 1979

---H--HABZDA, MICHAEL HACKETT, DONALD HACKETT, WALLACE HAIDAY, MICHAEL HALL, RAYMOND HALLIWELL, THOMAS HANNON, T.J. HANSEN, RUSSELL HARRIS, ANDY HARTMAN, RAYMOND HARVEY, ED HASHEM, MIKE HAVILAND, TIMOTHY

2013 1945, 46 1944 1963, 64 1940 1958, 59, 60 1998 1951 2003 1965 1972, 73 2008 1981, 82

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2013

UConn wins the final BIG EAST Championship by running the table and winning all four games after entering the field as the No. 8 seed. The Huskies advanced to the NCAA Blacksburg Regional for their third NCAA Tournament in four years.

---I--IHLENBURG, JOHN INGENITO (MGR.) IREY, JASON IREY, SEAN

1971, 72, 73 1939 1997 1991, 92, 93, 94

---J--JACKSON, DORRIE 1962, 63, 64 JACHYM, JIM 1970, 71, 72 JACUNSKI, JOHN 1971 JAEKLE, JOHN 1936 JAMES, MIKE 2001, 02, 03, 04 JANIGA, TED 1936, 37, 38 JANNETTY, DAVID 1989 JENNINGS, DOUG 2007, 08, 09 JOHNSON, LEE 1963, 64, 65 JOHNSON, MICHAEL 1979, 80, 81 JOLIN, WILL 2011, 12,13 JONES, CRAIG 1978 JONES, EDWARD 1961, 62, 63 JONES, JAMES 1987, 88, 89 JORGENSEN, ALBERT 1943, 46

---K--KAGERER, JOE 1998, 99, 00, 01 KAPLAN, BOB 1970, 71 KARL, MATT 2005, 06, 07, 08 KASPER, CHET 1995, 96, 97 KATZ, GLENN 1998, 99 KAY, ANTHONY 2014 KELLY, JOHN 1992, 93, 94 KEOUGH, LARRY 1981, 82, 83 KING, DOUGLAS 1963, 64, 65 KING, LEONARD 1956, 57, 58 KILBRETH, DONALD 1954, 55, 56 KILLEEN, JOSEPH 1946 KITCHEN, JASON 2007 KIYOKAWA, KAY 1944, 45 KNEPLER, SEYMOUR (MGR.) 1942 KOCKENMEISTER, K. 1984, 85, 86 KOLB, JOHN 1930, 31 KONOPATZKE (MGR.) 1934 KOPP, THOMAS 1960, 61 KOSIOR, THEODORE 1958, 59, 60 KOVACS, EUGENE 1941, 42, 46 KRAHAM, KEITH 1970, 71, 72

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1940 1994 1951 1982, 83, 84 1934

---L--LAKE, STEVE LAMONTAGNE, BOB LAMSON, ARROLL LANDEEN, JASON LANESE, DAVID LAPENTA, GERALD LARIBEE, RUSSELL LASHINSKE, R. LAVIGNE, RANDY LAWTON, THOMAS LEACH, BRADLEY LEGENZA, RAY LENCHEK, SHEPARD LENFEST, RICHARD LEONARD, MIKE LEPAGE, PIERRE LEVANTI, JAMES LEVESH, TOD LEVI, GARY LEWIS, JAKE LINDEN, BRAD LIPMAN, NATE LODGE, RICHARD LOEFFLER, AL LOHBUSCH, MATTHEW LOOS, WILLIAM LONG, DENNIS LOVE, RICHARD LUCHUK, WALLACE LUISO, LEE LUNSFORD, CHRIS LUSTEG, GERALD

1972, 73, 74, 75 1970 1931 1999 1985, 86, 87 1983, 84, 85, 86 1976, 77 1939 1976, 77, 78, 79 1965, 66, 67 1958, 59, 60 1947, 48, 49, 50 1942 1963 2001, 02, 03, 04 2008, 09, 10 1930, 31 1993, 94 1974 1934, 35, 36 1972, 73, 74 1933, 34, 35 1949 1936, 37, 38 1991, 92 1947, 48 1977, 78, 79, 80 1948, 49, 50 1944 1986 1987, 88 1960

---M--MACDONALD, CRAIG 1989, 90, 91, 92 MACDONALD, JOSHUA 2002, 04, 05, 06 MAGUIRE, PAT 2006 MAHAKIAN, HEIG 1944 MAHER, EDWARD 1958 MAHONEY, DAN 2008, 09 MAHONEY, DAVID 2012, 13, 14 MAHONEY, PAT 2005, 06, 07, 08 MAJESKI, BRIAN 1992, 93, 94 MALAN, FREDERICK 1967, 68, 69 MALER, BRYAN 2003, 04, 05, 06 MALINOWSKI, STEVEN 2005, 06 MALLEY, MICHAEL 1987, 88 MALLOZZI, TONY 2002, 03, 04, 05 MANCINI, MICHAEL 1983, 85, 86 MANLEY, WILLIAM 1950 MARKIEWICZ, JULIUS 1944, 45, 46 MARRA, CHRISTOPHER 1991, 92 MARTIN, TIM 2009, 10, 11, 12 MARZI, ANTHONY 2011, 12, 13, 14 MASTROPIETRO, SCOTT 1997 MATTERN, CHUCK 1968 MAZZILLI, LJ 2010, 11, 12, 13 MCCOMBE, WILLIAM 1930 MCDONALD, MATT 2008, 09 MCDONOUGH, MIKE 2002, 03 MCDOWELL, MAX 2013, 14 MCGINN, BRENDAN 2003, 04, 05, 07 MCINNIS, DONALD 1956 MCLAUGHLIN, COLIN 1979 MCLAUGHLIN, SEAN 1974 MCLELLAN, GLENN 1958, 59 MCKENNA, MICHAEL 1981 MCMAHON, JAMES 1955, 57

MCMAHON, MARK 1979 MCMILLAN, ED 1981, 82, 83, 84 MCREDMOND, CHARLES 1969 MEADOWS, RAY 1934, 35 MEIER, KEVIN 1985 MEISSNER, RICHARD 1963, 64 MELEN, JONN 1967, 68, 69 MELLEY, BOBBY 2013, 14 MENDENCE, DONALD 1960, 61 MERCADO, WILLY 1996, 97, 98,99 MERRILL, JOHN 1932 MESSINEO, KYLE 2004 MEYER, JASON 1994, 95 MIGNAULT, WILLIAM 1951, 52 MIKALSEN, RYAN 2008 MITCHELL, FREDERIC 1939, 40, 41 MOCERINO, MIKE 2001, 02, 03, 04 MOHR, HOWARD 1940, 41, 42 MONKIEWICZ, MARK 1996, 97, 98, 99 MOONEY, STEVE 1973, 74, 75 MOORE, JIM 1930 MOORE, RYAN 2010, 11, 12,13 MORGAN, JOHN 1953, 54 MORGAN, WALTER (MGR.) 1946 MORHARDT, MEREDITH 1957, 58, 59 MORRIS, JOHN 1996 MOSS, ROBERT 1942 MOTTLA, PETER 1963, 64, 65 MUGAVERO, FEDELE 1940, 41, 42 MUSCO, DAVID 1956, 57, 58, 59 MUSSON, WILL 2007, 08

PAUL, STANLEY 2012,13 PAVONE, JOE 2008, 09, 10, 12 PEHOTA, EDWARD 1951, 53 PELUSO, MARC 2003, 04 PENDERS, JAMES E. 1962, 64, 65 PENDERS, JAMES F. 1991, 92, 93, 94 PENDERS, THOMAS 1965, 66, 67 PEPIN, CHESTER 1966, 67, 68 PERROTTI, CHARLES 1970 PETCHARK, KEVIN 1991, 92 PETERSON,HERBERT 1938, 39, 40 PETERSON, THOMAS 1943 PETRILLO, ROBERT 1952, 53 ,54 PICKETT, RICHARD 1933 PINGREE, MICHAEL 1984, 85 PINNEY, CRAIG 1976, 77, 78 PINSKY, LEO 1946, 47, 48, 49 PIRETTI, DONALD 1956 PIZZELLA, MARK 1987, 88, 89 PLOOF, DAVID 2007 PODESZWA, CHRIS 1990, 91, 92, 93 PORTER, MILTON 1943, 52 POTTER, ROBERT 1948, 49 POTVIN, KEITH 2003 PRINGLE, JOHN 1936, 37, 38 PROCTOR, DAVID 1967 PROCTOR, THOMAS 1966, 67 PROCTOR, VERNON 1983 PROZZO, DARREN 1995 PRZYBYCIEN, ANTHONY 1961 PUPILLO, ANTHONY 1938

---N---

---Q---

NADEAU, JOEL 1993, 95, 96 NASTASI, WILLIE 2013 NAGY, CHARLES 1987, 88 NAKONECHNY, WALTER 1991 NAPPO, GREG 2007, 09, 10, 11 NEMETH, MIKE 2008, 09, 10, 11 NIEGO, MIKE 2014 NIEKROCH, MICHAEL 1944 NOBLE, TALLY 1979, 80, 81, 82 NOCERA, JOHN 1960 NOGAS, EDWARD 1947 NORD, ERIK 1994, 95 NORELL, RICHARD 1978 NORTON, TIMOTHY 2003, 04, 05, 06

---O--O’CONNELL, MATT O’CONNELL, THOMAS O’KEEFE, JAMES O’NEIL, PETER O'REILLY, TED OBERG, SCOTT ODENBACH, DUSTY OLANDER, STANLEY OLIPHANT, JEFFREY OLT, BRAD OLT, MIKE OUELLETTE, ROBERT OVER, DEVIN OZANNE, ERNEST

1994, 96 1954, 55 1951 1997 2007 2009, 10, 12 2007, 08, 09 1966 1984 2007, 08 2008, 09, 10 1982 2012, 14 1952

---P--PACKIN BRIAN 1997, 98, 99, 00 PACNODOWICZ (MGR.) 1935 PALMER, BERNIE 1975 PANCIERA, ANTHONY 1937, 38 PANCIERA, MIKE 1977, 78, 79, 80 PARKIN, IVAN (MGR.) 1931 PARKINSON, DELROY 1986, 87 PARMELEE, JAMES 1962, 63, 64 PATENAUDE, WAYNE 1981, 82

QUINN, AARON

1991, 92, 93, 94

---R--RABB, DAVID 1955 RADUE, RYAN 2014 RAGAINI, GIANNI 1991, 92, 93 RATHBURN, JOHN 1931 REGAN, DENNIS 1993, 94, 96 REGEP , MURAR (MGR.) 1956 REIMOLD, SCOTT 1987, 88, 89 REVELLI, CHARLES 1942, 43 RICCI, M. 1936, 37, 38 RICH, BILLY 1996, 97, 98 RICHETTI, LOGAN 2003 RISLEY, JOHN 1958, 59, 60 RISLEY, WILLIAM 1955, 56, 57 ROBERTS, BRYCE 1960, 61, 62 ROBIDOUX, WILLIAM 1963 ROBINSON, JON 1999 RODRIGUEZ, ALEJANDRO 1996, 97, 98 ROEVER, WILLIAM 1931 ROGERS, GRANT 1999 ROMANIELLO, RONALD 1969, 70 ROSENTHAL, TODD 1989, 90, 91, 92 ROSENWEIG, ISRAEL 1938 ROSSI, THOMAS 1981, 82 ROSSY, EDWARD 1989, 90, 91 ROTKO, RUSSELL 1964, 66 RUGGLES, BEN 1979, 80 RUOTOLO, PATRICK 2014 RYAN, J. RAY 1930 RYAN, SCOTT 1984, 85, 86 RUBEL, RICH 1997

---S--SABINO, DONALD SADLON, WILLIAM (MGR.) SAFIER, RICH SAFIR, TOM ST. MARIE, SALLING, PAUL

1953, 54 1969, 70 1972 1971, 72 1933 1949, 50

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HAYES, CHRISTOPHER 1992, 93 HAYOKAWA, BILL 1945 HEALEY, MICHAEL 2012,13 HECOMOVICH, MITCH 1937 HEFFERNAN, DANIEL 1948, 49 HERNANDEZ, ROBERTO 1985 HEROSIAN, BRIAN 1971, 72, 73 HESS, CY 1999, 00, 01, 02 HICKEY, KEVIN 1982, 83, 84, 85 HILL, AARON 2014 HILL, ROBERT 1945, 46 HIMICH, JASON 1991 HOFFER, ROBERT 1979, 80, 81 HOGAN, WILLIAM 1968 HOGERTY, WILLIAM 1967, 68, 69 HOGGATT, SHAWN 2003 HOLCOMB, A. 1937, 38 HOLMBERG, NORMAN 1944 HOLT, WILLIAM 1955 HORAN, CHARLIE 1971, 72, 73 HOROZY, ROBERT 1964 HORVATH, CHARLES 1939, 40, 41 HOURIGAN, JEFF 2004, 05 HUKILL, MATTHEW 1976, 77 HULL, HAROLD 1944 HURLEY, JOHN 1986, 87 HURVUL, TED 2008, 10, 12


All--Time Letterwinners

• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

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SALOMON, JASON 1937 SAMKO, BILL 1971 SANDER, HENRY 1973, 74, 75, 76 SANTOS, JOSH 1996, 97, 98 SARANTIDES, JAMES 1985, 86 SAWYER, ART 1971 SCHAEFER, ED 1958, 59 SCHAEFER, ROBERT 1964, 65, 66 SCHAUDER, CHRIS 1988 SCHMATA, ANDREW 1999 SCHMID, ORVILLE (MGR.) 1932 SCHOULER, WALTER 1961 SCHWOLSKY, ARNOLD 1937, 39 SCOTT, JEFF 1993, 94, 95, 96 SCOTT, MICHAEL 2000, 01 SCUSSELL, RAYMOND 1942, 43 SEAWARD, EDWARD 1943 SELLAS, MARCELINO 1988 SHEA, JAMES 1946 SHEA, JOHN 1985, 86 SHELDON, ROLAND 1960 SHOWALTER, DAVE 1975, 76, 77, 78 SIENA, VINNY 2013, 14 SILVERSTEIN, SAMUEL 1942 SIMONOKO, JOSEPH 1983, 84, 85 SIROIS, RICH 2004, 05, 06, 07 SKUBLISKAS 1932, 33 SLADE, MAX 2013, 14 SLOSAR, JOHN 1970, 71, 72 SLUSARZ, JOHN 2005, 06 SMERAGLINO, JOSEPH 2003, 04, 05, 06 SMITH, BRIAN 1982, 84 SMITH, JIM 1968 SMITH, PETER 1996, 97, 98, 99 SMITH, WILLIAM 1982 SOROKA, EDWARD 1950 SOROTA, STAN 1947,48,49,50 SOTEROPOULOS, PETER 2000, 01, 02, 03 SPECYALSKI, BRIAN 1988, 89 SPERONE, PATRICK 1999, 00, 01, 02 SPRINGER, GEORGE 2009, 10, 11 STAAB, JOHN 1971 STANULIS, TOM 1970 STEFKOVICH, TYLER 2002, 03 STERN, TOM 1953 STEUERNAGEL, CRAIG 1980, 81 STEVENS (MGR.) 1930 STEVENS, BILL 1955, 56 STEVENS, BILL 1957, 58, 59 STEVENS, GORDON 2007, 08 STICH, BOB 1971 STILLMAN, GREG 1998, 99, 00 STOLTZMAN, PETER 1965 STORRS, DAVE 1968 STRICKLAND, ROBERT 1945 STROLLO, KEVIN 1992, 93, 94 STRONG, STEWART 1986, 87, 88 STRONG, THOMAS 1962 SULLIVAN, JOHN 1990 SULLIVAN, RYAN 2014 SULZICKI, JOHN 2009, 10, 11, 12 SUTHERLAND, JEFF 1994 SWEDBERG, STEVE 1971 SUNDBERG, JACK 2013, 14 SYLVESTER, JOHN 1953, 54 SZEFC, JOHN 1987

---T--TABAKMAN, JORDAN 2012, 13, 14 TARRO, GLENN 1983 TARCA, ANDREW 2007 TARSI, MIKE 2005, 06, 07 TASI, RICHARD 1979 TAYLOR, JACK 1973, 74 ,75, 76 TESTANI, JON 2012, 13, 14 THALMANN, MARK 1984, 85, 86

THOMPSON 1937 THULIN, TOM 1995, 98 TIMPE, BOB 1968 TINKHAM, PAUL 1982, 83, 84 TINNERELLO, SAL 1989, 90, 91, 92 TINSLEY, PHILIP 1951, 52, 53 TISBERT, BRIAN 1999, 00, 01 TOKARZ, DAVID 2002, 03, 04 TOKARZ, JOHN 1972, 73, 74, 75 TOLER, JAMES 1976, 77, 78 TOMBARI 1930 TONELLI, JAMES 1991, 92, 93, 94 TOURVILLE, K. 1930, 31, 32 TOURVILLE, R. 1932 TRACEWSKI, ED 1947, 48, 49, 50 TRAHAN, KEVIN 1980, 81 TREAT, RYAN 1998,99, 00, 01 TRIPALDI, MICHAEL 2001, 02 TROHALIS, HARRY 1970, 71, 72 TROJANOWSKI, WALTER 1946, 47 TRUBIA, DANIEL 2000, 01, 02, 03 TUCCI, NICK 2002, 03, 06 TURGEON, ERIK 2006, 07, 08 TURSHEN, DICK 1947, 48 TYCZ, JIM 1973, 74, 75

WISSNER, KEVIN WOODFIELD, GARY WOODLEY, BEN

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

2000 1977, 78, 79 1944

---Y--YAVARONE, ERIC YUSIEVICZ, JOHN YUSKEVICH, STANLEY

2012, 13, 14 1939, 40 1930

---Z--ZACCARDO, MICHAEL ZAJAC, EDWARD ZAPATA, ANDREW ZAWALICH, MATT ZAZZARO, JOHN ZIPPEL, PETER

2010, 11 1955, 56 2014 1994, 95, 96 1988 1985, 86, 87

CURRENT PLAYERS IN BOLD

---U--UCCELLO, JEFF UHL, GEORGE UNTIET, MATT

1994, 95, 96 1960, 61 2004, 05, 06, 07

---V--VAN WOERT, ROBERT 2007, 09, 10, 11 VANCE, KEVIN 2009, 10, 11 VEAL, HAROLD 1946 VELEZ, JEFF 1995, 96 VENEZIANO, RICHARD 1984 VERDI, TOM 2011, 12, 13, 14 VIGRA, CHARLIE 1951 VINCENT, PETER 1982, 83 VINCENTE, JOSEPH 1979, 80 VINING, RICHARD 1949, 50, 51 VITALE, J. 1934, 36 VOIGHT, ROBERT 1945, 46

---W--WALKER, ANDREW 1987, 88 WALKER, PETER 1989, 90 WALTMAN, EDWARD 1945 WARD, BRIAN 2011, 12, 13, 14 WARREN, JOEL 1932, 33 WARREN, NICK 1973 WARZOCHA, DONALD 1962 WASLEWSKI, GARY 1960 WASSERMAN, AUSTIN 2005, 06 WEBER, SAUL 1935 WEDIN, ROBERT 1956, 57, 58 WEINER, JOE 1933 WELLS, GEORGE E. 1925 WELLS, HAROLD 1934, 35, 36 WENT, DAN 1971, 72 WETJEN, KEITH 1994, 95 WETMERS, JAMES 1950 WETMORE, JAMES 1948 WHITE, DAVID 1996 WIDHOLM, WALLACE 1950, 51, 52 WILLIAMS, CHRIS 1985 WILSON, BEV 1931, 32 WILSON, IAN 1997 WILSON, REUBEN 1993, 94, 95, 96 WINTERS, MARK 1979, 80 WINZLER, JOHN 1940, 42 WISE, JACK 1939 WISLOCKI, PAUL 1965, 66, 67

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Facilities

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

UConn Baseball

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

Home of the Huskies J.O. Christian Field The University of Connecticut baseball team plays its home games at J.O. Christian Field, one of the finest collegiate baseball facilities in the region. Named for the longtime baseball coach (1936-61) and athletic director (1950-66), J. Orlean Christian, the field’s dimensions, changed for 2008, are currently 337’ down the left field line, 400’ to straight-away centerfield and 325' down the line in right field. Regrading, resurfacing and irrigation of the outfield was completed in the fall of 2001. The infield at J.O. Christian Field is made of Crimson Stone. A new drainage system with electric pumps was installed in 1999. In addition, padded fencing completely surrounds the field and within the perimeter, a crushed stone warning track. There is also a tarpaulin for rain protection.

What's New With UConn Baseball

In 2014, the University of Connecticut Master Plan unveiled a five-year plan for overall university enhancements. Included in the plan was an overhaul of the UConn baseball stadium. The master plan specifically noted a new state-of-the-art grandstand to be built behind home plate at J.O. Christian Field. In January 2012, the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics announced the establishment of “Stadium Enhancement/Construction” funds for baseball, soccer and softball. The purpose of the funds are to upgrade or build new facilities for those sports. The projects are all still in the early planning stages and the full scope of these projects have yet to be determined. UConn's batting and pitching facility, which was opened in 1997, has also been given an upgrade as brand new turf and netting was installed in the summer of 2007. Restored team photos and awards have been put on display to highlight past teams and individuals while new professional presentations of professional baseball playing alumni are also showcased around the facility. The 40-foot by 80-foot indoor pitching and batting facility is located adjacent to J.O. Christian Field. The building, heated, well-lit and available for year-round use by Husky players, provides two pitching and batting tunnels with ample space for practicing, working and coaching. In the summer of 2008, an extensive renovation of the Huskies' clubhouse was completed. The Dugout Club funded the project, which consists of open oak stall lockers, new carpeting, a flat screen television and a couch for the enjoyment of the players. Since the 2009 season, both dugouts were enhanced with overhead heat lamps and padded/netted railings. The project also included new permanent bench seating. Both dugouts were doubled in size and made safer for the 2010 campaign. A brand new state-of-the-art scoreboard was also installed prior to the Huskies' home opener in March 2010. In the fall of 2010, a video system was installed at the field, allowing for three different angles of every pitch to be captured by three permanently affixed weather-proof cameras.

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• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

UConn Baseball

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

Facilities

UCONN BASEBALL TRAINING & PRACTICE FACILITIES

Husky baseball players are able to work out with UConn’s ProBatter hitting machine. Connecticut was one of the first two intercollegiate programs in the country to have the cutting edge pitching simulator, which has a video screen with a life-size pitcher and can throw seven pitches at various speeds.

ProBatter Professional Baseball System In the winter of 2004, the University of Connecticut became only the second intercollegiate baseball team in the nation to acquire a ProBatter hitting machine. The ProBatter® Professional baseball system is a true-to-life baseball pitching simulator for use at any level. The system includes a video component that permits a hitter to observe the life-size image of an actual pitcher winding up and delivering a pitch which is thrown through the video screen by a computer controlled pitching module. This module is capable of interchangeably creating any pitch (fastball, sinker, cutter, splitter, curve, slider, and change-up) that a pitcher can throw, at speeds up to 100 MPH. Pitch speeds can be varied in increments of two MPH, and thrown to predetermined locations both inside and outside the strike zone with pinpoint accuracy. The ProBatter® Professional baseball system is as close as possible to real-life Major League pitching—its simulated reality and amazing precision can sharpen hitting skills like no pitching machine has ever done. It offers: » “Live” pitcher simulation. A combination of life-sized images of actual pitchers throwing realistic pitches, all integrated through computer controls. In a unique process that is the subject of a number of pending patent applications, the ball is delivered through the screen in perfect synchronization with the video image. » Deliver any pitch at any speed. Pitches include fastballs, sinkers, cutters, curveballs, sliders, changeups and screwballs from both right handed and left handed pitchers in 2 MPH increments to multiple locations both inside and outside the strike zone. a » Incredible accuracy. Pitches are delivered consistently to the desired location within 2 inches. » Full range of pitcher options. On-screen pitchers can be either left handed or right handed and throw from either a full windup or stretch position to simulate actual game conditions. » Ultimate convenience. The ProBatter Professional baseball system is ready whenever you need or want a batting practice session. It throws Major League pitches under game like conditions without ever getting tired. » Manual and automatic modes. Pitch sequencing can be established on either a pitch by pitch basis using an easy touch-screen controller to set pitch type, speed and location. Sequences can also be programmed and stored for future uses. » Specific Pitcher Sequences. A profiling service is available to deliver pitches of actual Major League pitchers. The ProBatter system is not only a tool for hitters, but has been used successfully to train catchers to properly receive and frame pitches, block pitches in the dirt, and work on their throwing footwork. In addition, it has been used to train pitchers how to set up hitters without any arm strain. The ProBatter Professional baseball pitching system was thoroughly tested with two Major League clubs and an elite training academy run by a former Major League manager before its introduction in late 2000.

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Facilities

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

UConn Baseball

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

Mark R. Shenkman Training Center Thanks to alumnus Mark R. Shenkman, the University of Connecticut joins the ranks of major universities nationwide with an indoor training facility that is utilized by all Husky teams and also by recreational services. Shenkman’s $2.5 million gift, one of the largest ever to the UConn Division of Athletics, helped to build an intercollegiate, intramural and recreational facility that serves the entire UConn community. The 85,000 square foot Mark R. Shenkman Training Center rivals similar facilities at other large universities. Featuring a 120-yard long synthetic playing surface, an 18,000 square foot strength and conditioning area and state-of-the-art video capabilities, the indoor training center provides UConn’s teams with the most technologically advanced training equipment. The UConn baseball team uses the facility primarily to work on its defensive drills. Thanks to the luxurious spatial confines provided by the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center, the Huskies can recreate a full infield diamond and a good portion of the outfield in order to facilitate their practice needs. The University contracted with the Hartford-based firm of Jeter, Cook and Jepson and with HOK Sport + Venue + Event, an internationally-renowned architectural firm based in Kansas City, to provide architectural and engineering services for the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center. The Mark R. Shenkman Training Center became the University’s first project

certified as meeting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for “green” buildings. LEED designation is a process certifying that a building project meets a wide range of environmentally friendly criteria. The new construction marks the first college or university athletic project in the nation to earn the designation. A resident of Greenwich, Conn, Shenkman graduated from the Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Wilbraham, Mass. He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from UConn in 1965 followed by a master’s degree in business administration from The George Washington University. Shenkman is the founder and president of Shenkman Capital Management, Inc., a registered investment advisor with offices in New York City and Stamford, Conn. He has served on the UConn Foundation’s Board of Directors for eight years and has been a member of its investment committee. Shenkman was elected to the UConn School of Business Hall of Fame in 2002 and has endowed a classroom and the e-Commerce Chair for the business school. Groundbreaking for the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center took place in the fall of 2004, with the doors opening in the summer of 2006.

Batting/Pitching Facility

The University of Connecticut baseball program opened the Batting & Pitching Facility in 1997. Located just steps from J.O. Christian Field, the building includes two pitching and batting tunnels, and houses UConn’s ProBatter hitting machine. With such a facility, the Huskies can practice and train year-round. In the summer of 2010, a new netting system was installed. An exterior renovation was completed shortly before the start of the 2011 season as a fresh paint job and new signage have dressed up the facility. 70 | 2015 UConn Baseball


• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

UConn Baseball

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

With roots that extend to three conferences, the American Athletic Conference membership in 2014-15 consists of 11 institutions: the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, East Carolina University, the University of Connecticut, the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, the University of South Florida, Southern Methodist University, Temple University, Tulane University and the University of Tulsa. The 2015-16 season sees the U.S. Naval Academy join the ranks in football only. Under the leadership of commissioner Mike Aresco, The American, which operated as the Big East Conference from 1979 to 2013, has immediately taken a place at the forefront of Division I athletics, with schools that have played in four Bowl Championship Series games, won four NCAA men’s basketball titles since 1999, and won nine NCAA women’s basketball championships since 1995. Two American Athletic Conference football teams were ranked in the top 15 of the final 2013 Associated Press poll. Five were selected for bowl games, including UCF, which won the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and finished the season ranked No. 10 nationally. The conference produced 14 players who received All-America recognition by a major outlet. The American had four players chosen in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, trailing only the SEC and the ACC among FBS conferences. UCF quarterback Blake Bortles highlighted a group of 12 American Athletic Conference players chosen when he was taken No. 3 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. The success of The American in Year 1 was not limited to the gridiron. UConn won NCAA titles in both men’s and women’s basketball. The conference had the best postseason winning percentage of any league in men’s basketball, while The American produced top-10 teams in baseball, men’s soccer and men’s golf and sent half of its participating teams to the NCAA Softball Championship. The American Athletic Conference holds television partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports which will give the conference unprecedented national exposure. The football portion of the contract, which begins in the 2014 season, calls for nearly 90 percent of conference-controlled games on national broadcast or national cable platforms. The first American Athletic Conference Football Championship, which will be played in 2015, will be carried either on ABC or ESPN on Championship Saturday. In men’s basketball, the television deal calls for all conference-controlled games to be televised, with more than 63 percent slotted for national broadcast or national cable – a minimum of 107 games. The entire postseason tournament will be televised, including the championship game, which will be either on ABC or ESPN. Sixty percent of the American’s women’s basketball games will be carried on either national cable, regional sports networks or ESPN3. The American Athletic Conference administers to its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, R.I. The location of the conference headquarters – just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport – gives the conference easy access to its member schools. The conference headquarters is equipped with a complete video production studio, serving as the home of the American Digital Network, and small- and large-scale meeting rooms to accommodate the many coaches’ and administrators’ meetings held on-site each year.

BASEBALL

The American enjoyed a tremendous first year of baseball in 2014. Two teams from the conference’s inaugural season - Houston and Louisville - advanced to the Super Regionals of the NCAA tournament, with the Cardinals taking part in the College World Series. Louisville finished the year No. 6 in the Baseball America Top 25, while Houston was ranked No. 11.

American Athletic Conference

Not entirely unlike the nation that provides its namesake, the American Athletic Conference was born from an ideal in which members with ambitious goals are provided with the means to succeed in their quests for excellence.

Eight teams comprise the baseball membership of The American for the 2015 season with East Carolina and Tulane joining the conference. The Pirates and Green Wave have combined for 45 NCAA tournament appearances in the history of their programs. Both teams will feature new head coaches in 2015, with ECU alum Cliff Godwin returning to Greenville and David Pierce taking over in New Orleans.

The American Athletic Conference Baseball Championship takes place annually at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Florida. The state-of-the-art facility is the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies.

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UConn Dugout Club

• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

UConn Baseball

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

THE UCONN DUGOUT CLUB

The UConn Dugout Club is a group of friends of the University of Connecticut baseball team and aims to enhance the entire program with integrity while acting in the best interest of the University. The Club exists at the pleasure of the coach and the Athletic Administration. Established in 1991, as a booster club, the organization has grown from 19 founders to include over 500 active members. The Dugout Club is UConn Baseball’s “Margin of Excellence”. The efforts of the membership have enabled the Husky program to benefit from a widely enhanced scholarship base, some of the best training facilities on the East Coast and first-class travel accommodations. The UConn Dugout Club was conceived as a means (1) to enhance the UConn baseball program in achieving consistent respect as a conference competitor and (2) to provide its members opportunities to socialize at Storrs and to be kept abreast of the latest UConn baseball news.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is open to anyone interested in supporting the efforts of UConn Baseball and the Dugout Club. Members are invited to attend the fall and winter socials, an annual golf day and meetings throughout the year. Also, in exchange for their dues, members receive gifts, several informative baseball newsletters and invitations to UConn baseball events. Most importantly, members gain the satisfaction of adding to the “Margin of Excellence” by being an active ingredient in continuing the 100+ years of UConn Baseball’s winning tradition. Good rallies always start in the DUGOUT! To become a member of the Dugout Club, call the Athletic Development Office at (860) 486-3863.

UConn Baseball Distinguished Alumni

Robert Schaefer.......................................................................................................................................2005 Walt Dropo...............................................................................................................................................2006 Charles Nagy............................................................................................................................................2006 Randy LaVigne.........................................................................................................................................2007 Tom O'Connell .........................................................................................................................................2008 Pete Walker..............................................................................................................................................2008 Roger Bidwell...........................................................................................................................................2012 2014 Doug Elliot.....................................................................................................................................................

The 1965 College World Series Team (above) was honored at the 2005 Preseason Banquet along with Bob Schaefer (below), who received the 2005 Distinguished Alumni Award.

Former UConn Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway (left), UConn baseball head coach Jim Penders (third from left) pose with 2007 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, Randy LaVigne (second from left) and then Boston Red Sox manager and 2007 keynote speaker, Terry Francona.

Former player Doug Elliot receiving his award from Penders at the 2014 UConn Baseball Preseason Dinner.

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New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman (second from left) and Red Sox Vice President of Player Personnel Ben Cherington (third from left) were the keynote speakers at the 2006 Preseason Banquet.


• 81 MLB Draft Picks • 20 All-Americans • 38 All-Conference First Team Selections

UConn Baseball

• Five Conference Players of the Year • Three Conference Pitchers of the Year • Four Conference Coaches of the Year

2014-15 Dugout Club Membership List * As of January 2015 LEADOFF HITTER $100-$249 Zurka Dropo Alfieri Francis X. Archambault, Jr. & Barbara Pivarnik Richard J. Baranowski Robert Barron Douglas A. & Pamela A. Barry Philip P. & Lena S. Barry Christopher & Meredith Barton Chris & Meredith Barton William C. & Beverly A. Barton Andrew J. & Barbara P. Baylock Richard J. & Carrie S. Bernstein John R. & Linda J. Boardman Raymond P. & Nancy A. Booker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Brannon Mr. & Mrs. Peter Buckley Ronald P. Bugbee Brett G. & Cristi C. Burnham Mr. Don Burns Thomas M. & Lee A. Capalbo Thomas Carson William Casey Mr. Stephen J. Catalina Mary C. Caudill Nunzio V. Chelli Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Cross Thomas J. & Margaret A. Cugno Robert A. Cushman Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Dandeneau Mr. & Mrs. Frank Darras Mr. & Mrs. Allen A. David Mr. Lawrence L. Day Jose M. & Mary Duran Bernard R. & Mary Ann E. Enright David & Susan Farr Mr. Evan Feinglass Paul A. Funk, Jr. & Heather Funk David & Aimee Giangrave Ken & Mary Gilkes Mr. & Mrs. Nathan S. Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. William C. Guerrero Col. Stephen M. & Catherine Gulyas James J. & Susan C. Gusy, Jr. Edward R. & Jacquelyn V. Harvey Richard C. & Louisa G. Harvey Mike Iacampo Mrs. Mary Jepeal John A. & Meghan M. Khairallah Richard L. & Gail E. Krause Julio H. & Frances F. Leandri Ronald R. & Louise H. Leitao Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Leonard Christopher G. Madigan Ellen E. Mahoney David Mahoney Robert & Sharon Maler Don & Donna Mancuso James G. & Janine A. Masso Robert B. & Jane C. McPhail Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Montgomerie Charles H. & Jacquelyn L. Nagy Mr. Scott Nozik Scott & Tara Ouellette Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Over Joseph Pavone George G. & Carol C. Pawlush Thomas J. & Priscilla A. Pike Susan & George Podeszwa Briana Ragaini Eric Reisinger Mr. Ed Riley Ben Ruggles Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ruotolo John Russell Barry & Susan Sheckley Darlene & Christopher Sikorski James Skridulis Mr. & Mrs. Rod Spiegel

Joseph J. Stangel Gerard & Gini Stewart Mr. & Mrs. William C. Stokesbury Bob & Lorraine Timpe Timothy M. & Diane L. Tolokan Mr. Ryan Charles Treat Normand G. & Marianne K. Trottier Jim & Carol Tycz Mr. Kenneth Valentine & Mrs. Shelley Michaud Thomas H. & Susan N. Walker, Jr. Dennis J. & Betty A. Walsh Jeffrey S. Wihbey James W. Wood

WEEKDAY STARTER $250-$499 Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Eric J. Barnes Barry & Cathleen C. Bernstein Dr. Michael P. Bernstein George R. Brown & Suzanne S. Taylor Patrick W. Butler Christopher & Jean Chadbourne Mr. Duane Joe Clement Anthony J. & Nanci B. DiPerrio II Saul E. Dunn Mrs. Irma Evans David & Lori Federowicz John V. & Carole C. Furey Mr. Patrick J. Hegarty Richard E. & Ann L. Huckenbeck John E. & Kristen Hurley, Jr. James & Eileen Jachym Mr. Jay Laurence Keough Harry J. Klarman Francis R. & Madeline D. LeBlanc Daniel C. & Maryanne V. Leone Mr. Joshua D. MacDonald John J. Manning John J. & Cynthia S. Marco Marvin L. & Ina L. Smernoff Mark & Leslie Massa Anonymous Jamie & Jennifer Millerd, Jr. Michael E. & Marylou S. Misiewicz Dr. Thomas P. Misiewicz John P. Murphy Ms. Susan Pellegatto James E. & Joan C. Penders Milton R. Porter Thomas S. & Patricia S. Proctor Mr. John R. Sulzicki Harold J. & Barbara A. Teller The Lester Family Mr. Jeff Uccello Paul M. & Joanne Wislocki Walter & Joan Yahn Paul A. Young

POWER HITTER $500-$999 Mr. Guy D. Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Boyko, Jr. Clarence R. & D. Rose Calder, Jr. Jack & Patricia K. Caudill Daniel & Judith DiFiore Thomas & Frances DiFiore Conrad L. & Frances Y. Dwire David Enes Alan L. & Donna J. Feir Michael & Susan Grandpre Arthur A. & Barbara N. Hathway Emanuel & Erin Hatzikostas Theo & Priscilla Horesco Mr. & Mrs. Wallace J. Irish Dr. William F. & Nancy A. Keish Al & Nancy Kelland Kenneth A. & Alicia A. Kidd, Jr. Michael Longo L.L. & T.M. McCollum Al & Joan Mead Sean Moore & Nancy Graziano Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Moriarty Mr. & Mrs. William J. O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Racki, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Mark Rajkowski Fred A. & Cookie Robertson Robbie & Jane Robinson Mr. Samuel L. Schrager & Ms. Terry L. Gellin Mrs. Barbara Sohn Mr. & Mrs. Skip Starks Tolland Fund, Inc. George D. & Carole A. Uhl Frank A. & Sally Vernile Stephen H. & Ruth Weisenberg Jim & Belinda Welton John & Laurie Willsey

ACE PITCHER $1,000-$1,999 Mr. Ryan P. Barry Brialee, Inc. Dr. Robert J. & Beverly G. Bundy Joseph R. & Elaine N. Camposeo Kent E. & Elizabeth G. Carlson Dr. & Mrs. Richard W. Cartun Don & Susan Crist Mr. David D’Andrea Mr. & Mrs. John H. Driscoll, Jr. Mark D. & Shari M. Fichman Michael J. Galchus John M. & Susan A. Gessay Dr. Lawrence J. & Cathy K. Gramling Richard J. & Madeline O. Guandalini David A. & Lenora M. Hacku George E. & Theresa M. Hatzikostas Daniel P. & Leisa S. Hickey Robert H. & Nancy E. Hyde Harry M. & Lynn A. Johnson Peter J. & Michelina A. Kolb Ira Kronick John F. & Barbara L. Leandri Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Macierowski Jeffrey J. Maguire Michael T. & Carol A. Mistretta Jerry & Louise Moss The Niderno Family Bernard Niedzielski Ms. Mikel Ann O’Brien Mrs. Anna Robinson Brian & Lisa Sabia Marilyn M. Senger Mr. & Mrs. J. Brian Smith Craig A. & Mary Ann Steuernagel Charles O. & Madeline T. Treat, Jr.

FRANCHISE PLAYER $2,000-$4,999

Anonymous Dr. Frederick L. Caminear Robert J. & Mary Beth Cardin William A. & Mary Anne DeGrazia Randall I. Frink Ralph J. & Annette Gagliardi Russell E. Galipo G. Michael & Jane D. Howard Joseph F. & Mary H. Latour Joseph J. & Diana L. Marinello Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott McCuin Dr. John F. & Carol L. Mele James & Brooke Penders Dominic & Geraldine Perno Rose Marie R. Shettle and Family Dr. Michael & Marlena P. Whaley Edward J. & Patricia S. Zajac William E. & Louise C. Zemina, Jr. ALL AMERICAN $5,000-$9,999 Anonymous Kevin G. & Lee G. Holmes Martin P. & Jocelyn Kane Dr. Bob & Jesse Kravecs, Jr.

OMAHA $10,000 AND UP Mr. David L. Albrycht John M. & Shelley A. Biancamano, Jr. Kevin J. & Dayna P. Carroll Leo M. & Christina K. Chupaska Doug. & Sheila Elliot Arnold H. & Norene Z. Foster Dolph & Alison Luciani Matthew & Caroline O’Connell David J. & Cheryl M. Olender

In addition to the valued Dugout Club donors listed on this page, the coaches, student-athletes, and support staff of the baseball program would like to recognize and applaud the immense support they receive from the following endowments: The Peter Antonez Memorial Baseball Scholarship The Harold & Helen Benson Family Scholarship The Joseph B. Burns Scholarship The Haviland Family Baseball Scholarship Fund The Andy Baylock Endowment Fund The Raphael “Ray” Hoffenberg Memorial Scholarship The Paul N. Ippedico & Mary E. Berube Scholarship The Charles & Jacquelyn Nagy Endowed Baseball Scholarship The Lawrence R. Panciera Scholarship The Dropo Family Scholarship The Robert Foster Family Scholarship The John Noske Scholarship The Susan K. Butterworth Scholarship The J.0. Christian Scholarship The Robert W. Gordon Scholarship

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• Five College World Series Appearances • 18 NCAA Tournament Appearances • 2011 NCAA Super Regional Participant

UConn Baseball

• 2013 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • Three-Time BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 17 Yankee Conference Championships

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