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JAKE CLARK

JUNIOR w INF w R - R w 6-2 w 200 NORCO, CALIF. NORCO (CYPRESS JUNIOR COLLEGE) AT DELAWARE: Junior transfer will battle for playing time at first base and give the Blue Hens added power in the lineup during first season at Delaware. 2012 (AT CYPRESS COLLEGE): Played 38 games for the Chargers that posted a 24-16 record • hit .282 (37-for-131) with 7 doubles, 3 home runs, 25 RBI and 26 runs scored.

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that produced a 23-16 record • hit .317 (44-for-139) with 8 doubles, 2 home runs, 23 RBI and 21 runs scored. 2010 (AT CYPRESS COLLEGE): Redshirt season with the Chargers. HIGH SCHOOL: Led the Comanches to two Big Eight league championships • was a first team all-Big Eight selection and All-County • earned the team’s coaches’ award as a junior • had a .435 average as a senior • earned a Daryl Kyle All-Tournament team selection • three-year presidents and dean honor roll member. PERSONAL: Jake Clark • son of Dennis & Christie Clark • born December 31, 1992 • father is a Los Angeles Sheriff mother works in insurance • has two older sisters; Janice (24) and Joyce (23) • began playing baseball at the age of four • enjoys hunting and fishing in his free time • pursuing a degree in criminal justice with a minor in history at Delaware.

2011 (AT CYPRESS COLLEGE): Played 38 games for Cypress College

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ADAM DAVIS

JUNIOR w RHP w R - R w 6-0 w 175 DRUMS, PA. HAZELTON AREA (ST. JOHN’S / LACKAWANA COLLEGE) AT DELAWARE: Junior transfer will battle for playing time on the mound and will give depth on the Blue Hens pitching staff during his first season at Delaware. 2012 (AT LACKAWANNA JUNIOR COLLEGE): Posted a 6-1 record with one save along with a 2.39 ERA (16 ER/60.1 IP), 21 runs, 47 hits, 15 walks and 52 strikeouts in 13 games on the mound • averaged 7.74 SO/9.0 IP while with the Falcons • Lackawanna went 47-12 en route to a NJCAA Division II College World Series birth along with a Region XIX championship and NJCAA Northeast District title.

CONNOR HIBBS

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JUNIOR w RHP w R - R w 5-11 w 175 ODENTON, MD. ARUNDEL (CCBC CANTONSVILLE)

2011 (AT ST. JOHN’S): Did not receive a decision in one appearance for the Red Storm, posted a 9.00 ERA (1 ER/1.0 IP) with one hit and one walk • team went 36-22, lost to Seton Hall in the BIG EAST Tournament Championship Game • earned an at-large bid ito the NCAA Tournament • lost to en route to a BIG EAST Tournament Championship and berth to the NCAA Tournament • lost to Virginia in the NCAA Regionals. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner in baseball at Hazelton Area High School • served as team captain as a senior • earned all-conference honors as a senior • helped squad win Wyoming Valley Conference Division championship and reach District 2 Class AAAA finals in 2010 • also earned three letters playing basketball • served as team captain as a senior. PERSONAL: Adam Davis • son of Phil and Tina Davis • born February 12, 1992 • has an older brother; Philip (25) • enjoys music along with playing and watching sports in free time • worked in construction over the summer • pursuing a degree in criminal justice with a minor in psychology at Delaware.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letter winner in baseball for Arundel High School. PERSONAL: Connor Hibbs • son of Thomas & Christina Hibbs • born Oct. 21, 1991 • has one older sister, Jessi (21), one older brother, Tyler (22), and a younger brother, Shelby (19) • enjoys fishing and spending time on the beach during free time • worked at a Thai food restaurant in Annapolis, Maryland during the summer • pursuing a degree in health behavior science with a minor in public health at Delaware.

AT DELAWARE: Junior-college transfer pitcher will look to add experienced depth to the Blue Hens pitching staff in his first season at Delaware. 2012 (AT CANTONSVILLE CC): Helped team to a Region XX Division II championship • posted a 3-3 record with a 3.60 ERA (18 ER/45.0 IP), 38 runs, 42 hits, 30 walks and 52 strikeouts • averaged 10.44 SO/9.0 IP • threw sixth no-hitter in Cantonsville CC history on April 19 vs. College of Southern Maryland • 5.0 hitless IP with seven strikeouts in a 10-0 win • named an NJCAA Academic All American and was named a CCBC Catonsville Scholar Athlete.

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