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Table of Contents / Quick Facts QUICK FACTS

Location_________________________ Monroe, La. Founded_______________________________ 1931 Enrollment_____________________________ 8,854 Nickname_________________________ Warhawks Colors________________________ Maroon & Gold Stadium________________________Warhawk Field Surface_________________ Hybrid Bermuda Grass Capacity______________________________ 1,800 Affiliation____________________NCAA Division I Conference________________ Sun Belt Conference University President_____________ Dr. Nick Bruno Director of Athletics____________ Brian Wickstrom Senior Woman Administrator_________ Toni Gockel Faculty Athletics Representative___ Dr. Brett Bennett Athletics Department Phone_______ (318) 342-5360 Athletics Department Fax_________ (318) 342-5367 Ticket Office__________________ (318) 342-3ULM Website________________ www.ulmwarhawks.com

COACHING STAFF

INTRODUCTION_________________________ 1-8 Table of Contents / Quick Facts________________ 1 Schedule__________________________________ 2 Roster____________________________________ 3 Warhawk Field_____________________________ 4 ULM in the MLB Draft________________________ 5 ULM Legends____________________________ 6-7 ULM Tradition______________________________ 8 COACHES / STAFF_______________________ 9-14 Head Coach Bruce Peddie___________________ 10 Associate Head Coach Eric Folmar_____________ 11 Assistant Coach Chris Smith_________________ 11 Volunteer Assistant / DBO Brandon Alexander___ 12 Support Staff_____________________________ 12 University President -- Dr. Nick Bruno__________ 13 Athletics Director -- Brian Wickstrom___________ 14 THE WARHAWKS______________________ 15-29 Returners_____________________________ 16-23 Newcomers____________________________ 24-26 Career Statistics________________________ 27-29 2015 REVIEW_________________________ 31-36 Results___________________________________ 32 Overall Statistics___________________________ 33 Conference-Only Statistics___________________ 34 Statistical Summary_____________________ 35-36

All-Time Roster_________________________ 51-53 Year-by-Year Results_____________________ 64-64 All-Time Results___________________________ 65 All-Americans_____________________________ 66 Postseason Honors_________________________ 67 DISCOVER ULM_______________________ 69-90 ULM Points of Pride_____________________ 70-71 This is Ouachita Parish___________________ 72-73 The Colleges of ULM________________________ 74 The Sun Belt Conference____________________ 75 Academic Success______________________ 76-77 Strength and Conditioning_______________ 78-79 Athletic Training________________________ 80-81 We Are The Warhawks______________________ 82 A Winning Tradition________________________ 83 ULM Retired Numbers___________________ 84-85 ULM’s Prominent Alumni____________________ 86 ULM Athletic Foundation____________________ 87 2014-15 Athletic Successes_______________ 88-89 Media Information_________________________ 90

We Are

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In all references,

2016 OPPONENTS_____________________ 37-40 Opponent Information______________________ 38 Sun Belt Conference Tournament_____________ 39 All-Time Series Results______________________ 40

please refer to us as

HISTORY & RECORDS__________________ 41-67 Team Records__________________________ 42-43 Year-by-Year Leaders____________________ 43-44 Single Season Records___________________ 45-46 Career Records_________________________ 47-48 All-Time Leaders___________________________ 49 NCAA Tournament History___________________ 50

We are ULM, not Monroe, La.-Monroe, LAM, La.-Mon, UL-Monroe, UL-M or any other variation

ULM

We are the University of Louisiana Monroe, not Louisiana-Monroe

Head Coach______________________ Bruce Peddie Alma Mater____________________ Mansfield, 1987 Record at ULM / Years_________________40-48 / 2 Career Record / Years_____________ 412-449-3 / 17 Best Way to Reach Coach___________ Through SID Assoc. Head Coach____Eric Folmar / Second Season Assistant Coach_________ Chris Smith / First Season Vol. Asst./Ops___ Brandon Alexander / Third Season

TEAM INFORMATION

2015 Overall Record_____________________ 25-29 Conference Record / Finish__________ 12-18 / 10th Position Players Returning / Lost___________ 14 / 6 Pitchers Returning / Lost__________________ 8 / 6 Newcomers (HS / TR)________________ 13 (5 / 8)

BASEBALL HISTORY

First Season of Baseball___________________ 1952 All-Time Record__________________ 1316-1288-8 All-Americans_____________________________ 30 Conference Championships__________________ 12 (1964, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1983, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2008) Conference Tournament Championships_________ 2 (2000, 20012) NCAA Tournament Appearances_______________ 5 (1983, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2012) All-Time NCAA Tournament Record_________ 3-10 Last Appearance______ 2012 Baton Rouge Regional L, 1-4, LSU; W, 6-3, Belmont; L, 2-11, Oregon State

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION

Asst. AD / Media / Primary Contact__ Alex Edwards Office Phone________________ (318) 342-5463 Cell Phone_________________ (318) 355-7200 Email___________________ edwards@ulm.edu Assistant Director____________ Robbie Kleinmuntz Assistant______________________Jordan Bergeron Assistant / Secondary Contact_______ David Cohen Office Phone________________ (318) 342-3385 Cell Phone_________________ (817) 739-6585 Email_____________________cohen@ulm.edu Mailing Address______________308 Warhawk Way Monroe, La., 71209

CREDITS:

The 2016 ULM Baseball Guide is a publication of the ULM athletics media relations office. The guide was designed and edited by Alex Edwards, assistant athletics director / media relations. Editorial assistance provided by David Cohen, media relations assistant. Cover design by Srdjan Marjanovic. Special thanks to former media relations directors in the compilation of records and other information pieces. Photography courtesy of John Bazemore, Sharon Ellman, Emerald Harris, Justin Manning, Rob Moore, J.S. Robinson, the Monroe (La.) News-Star, the Sun Belt Conference and the ULM archives.

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2016 Schedule DATE Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1 May 4 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 25 - 29 June 3 - 6 June 10 - 13 June 18 - 28 / 29

DAY Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Fri. Sat. Sun. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Tues. Fri. Sat. Sun. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sat. Sun. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Wed. - Sun. Fri. - Mon Fri. - Mon. Sat. - Tues. / Wed.

OPPONENT at Southeastern Louisiana at Southeastern Louisiana at Southeastern Louisiana at Southern Miss at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Valparaiso Valparaiso Samford Samford Samford * Texas State * Texas State * Texas State at McNeese State at McNeese State Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist Louisiana Tech * Appalachian State * Appalachian State * Appalachian State at Northwestern State Northwestern State * at South Alabama * at South Alabama * at South Alabama Jackson State at TCU * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington # vs. Arkansas * Georgia State * Georgia State * Georgia State % vs. Mississippi State * at Arkansas State * at Arkansas State * at Arkansas State at Stephen F. Austin * Georgia Southern * Georgia Southern * Georgia Southern at Louisiana Tech * at Troy * at Troy * at Troy * Little Rock * Little Rock * Little Rock * at UL Lafayette * at UL Lafayette * at UL Lafayette Sun Belt Conference Tournament NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals NCAA College World Series

LOCATION Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Cullowhee, N.C. Cullowhee, N.C. Cullowhee, N.C. Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Natchitoches, La. Warhawk Field Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Warhawk Field Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas Arlington, Texas N. Little Rock, Ark. Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Biloxi, Miss. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Nacogdoches, Texas Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Ruston, La. Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala. Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Warhawk Field Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. San Marcos, Texas On- / Off-Campus Sites On- / Off-Campus Sites Omaha, Neb.

* Sun Belt Conference Game All Times Central Unless Otherwise Noted and Subject To Change Home Games In Bold

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TIME (CT) 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. (ET) 2 p.m. (ET) 1 p.m. (ET) 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA


2016 Roster ROSTER BY POSITION PITCHERS No. Name 7 Anthony Herrera 9 Payton Coddou 12 Josh Leone 14 Matthew Reeves 20 Chase Cater 21 Chris Hunt 22 Blake Buckman 23 Tyler Cox 27 Cole Hendrix 28 Ethan Daily 29 Brandon Bell 32 Derek Martin 33 Brayden Bouchey 34 Hayden Frost 35 Keegan Curtis 36 Trey Auger 40 Tyler Schwaner 44 Keller Bradford

Pos. B/T Ht. R/R IF/RHP 5-9 L/R RHP 6-0 R/R RHP 6-3 L/L LHP 5-9 R/R RHP 6-0 R/R RHP 6-4 R/R IF/RHP 6-0 R/R IF/OF/RHP 6-3 R/R RHP 6-5 L/L LHP 6-3 R/R RHP 6-0 R/R RHP 6-3 R/R RHP 6-6 R/R RHP 6-4 R/R RHP/OF 5-11 L/L LHP 5-11 R/R RHP 5-11 R/R RHP 6-0

Wt. 185 185 215 170 210 225 190 230 200 205 220 225 212 220 185 185 210 175

CATCHERS No. Name 11 Dalton Todd 19 Ross Moore 26 Spencer Hemphill 37 Garrett Walters

Pos. B/T R/R C R/R C/IF R/R C R/R C

Wt. Class 175 Sr. 210 RSr. 205 So. 200 Sr.

Class Jr. Jr. RJr. Jr. RJr. RSr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. RSr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. RSo. Jr. Jr.

Hometown (Prev. School) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North HS) Napoleonville, La. (E.D. White HS) Keithville, La. (Calvary Baptist Academy) Monroe, La. (Bossier Parish CC) Rayville, La. (Hinds CC) Paducah, Ky. (John A. Logan College) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) Brandon, Miss. (Hinds CC) Olla, La. (LaSalle HS) Start, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Wills Point, Texas (North Central Texas Coll.) Flora, Miss. (Hinds CC) White Rock, British Columbia (Odessa Coll.) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Mobile, Ala. (Davidson HS) Oak Grove, La. (Bossier Parish CC) Mandeville, La. (Jones CC) Raymond, Miss. (Hinds CC)

3_____________________ Vincent Dellocono, OF 4___________________________ Cade Stone, OF 5____________________ Nathan Reynolds, SS/2B 6___________________________ Cody Stone, OF 7___________________ Anthony Herrera, IF/RHP 9______________________ Payton Coddou, RHP 10__________________________ Josh Faciane, IF 11__________________________ Dalton Todd, C 12_________________________ Josh Leone, RHP 13_______________________Jacob Stockton, OF 14_____________________Matthew Reeves, LHP 16__________________________ Will Daniels, 1B 18______________________ Chance DeFriend, IF 19_________________________ Ross Moore, C/IF 20________________________ Chase Cater, RHP 21_________________________ Chris Hunt, RHP 22___________________ Blake Buckman, IF/RHP 23______________________Tyler Cox. IF/OF/RHP 25_____________________ Justin Crouch, 3B/1B

Ht. 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0

Hometown (Prev. School) Olive Branch, Miss. (Lewisburg HS) Benton, La. (Bossier Parish CC) West Monroe, La. (West Ouachita HS) Alabaster, Ala. (Calhoun CC)

26______________________Spencer Hemphill, C 27________________________Cole Hendrix, RHP 28_________________________ Ethan Daily, LHP 29________________________Brandon Bell, RHP 32_______________________ Derek Martin, RHP 33____________________ Brayden Bouchey, RHP

INFIELDERS No. Name 1 Brian Barefoot 5 Nathan Reynolds 7 Anthony Herrera 10 Josh Faciane 16 Will Daniels 18 Chance DeFriend 19 Ross Moore 22 Blake Buckman 23 Tyler Cox 25 Justin Crouch 38 Kyle Schimpf 51 Danny Springer

Pos. B/T Ht. R/R SS/2B 5-10 R/R SS 6-0 R/R IF/RHP 5-9 R/R IF 5-10 R/R 1B 6-2 R/R IF 6-1 R/R C/IF 6-0 R/R IF/RHP 6-0 R/R IF/OF/RHP 6-3 R/R 3B/1B 5-11 L/R 1B 6-1 R/R 1B 6-6

Wt. 180 175 185 200 220 198 210 190 230 205 220 240

OUTFIELDERS No. Name 3 Vincent Dellocono 4 Cade Stone 6 Cody Stone 13 Jacob Stockton 23 Tyler Cox 35 Keegan Curtis 41 Nathan Pugh

Pos. B/T Ht. L/L OF 6-0 L/R OF 5-10 L/R OF 5-11 R/R OF 6-4 R/R IF/OF/RHP 6-3 R/R RHP/OF 5-11 L/L CF 6-4

Wt. Class 205 RJr. 180 Jr. 185 RSr. 225 RSr. 230 Jr. 185 So. 205 Sr.

COACHES AND STAFF 17 Bruce Peddie 2 Eric Folmar 30 Chris Smith 39 Brandon Alexander Ben Jacobs Jacob Vaughan

NUMERICAL ROSTER 1______________________ Brian Barefoot, SS/2B

Class So. Jr. Jr. RSr. So. RFr. RSr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown (Prev. School) Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Corvallis, Ore. (Feather River College) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North HS) New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) Monroe, La. (St. Frederick HS) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) Benton, La. (Bossier Parish CC) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) Brandon, Miss. (Hinds CC) Bossier City, La. (Pratt CC) Covington, La. (St. Paul’s School) Houston, Miss. (Mississippi Delta CC)

34_______________________ Hayden Frost, RHP 35____________________Keegan Curtis. RHP/OF 36_________________________ Trey Auger, LHP 37________________________ Garrett Walters, C 38_________________________ Kyle Schimpf, 1B 40______________________ Tyler Schwaner, RHP 41_________________________Nathan Pugh, CF 44______________________ Keller Bradford, RHP 51_______________________Danny Springer, 1B

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Trey Auger___________________________ aug-ur Brayden Bouchey___________________ boo-shay

Hometown (Prev. School) Baton Rouge, La. (Episcopal HS) West Monroe, La. (LSU-Eunice) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Tioga, La. (Bossier Parish CC) Brandon, Miss. (Hinds CC) Mobile, Ala. (Davidson HS) Starkville, Miss. (Pearl River CC)

Payton Coddou_______________________cuh-do Vincent Dellocono________________ della-co-no Josh Faciane_____________________faa-she-ahn Eric Folmar_________________________ ful-mer Anthony Herrera_________________ huh-rare-uh Josh Leone________________________ lee-on-e Bruce Peddie__________________________ped-e Nathan Pugh___________________________ pew

POSITION / YEAR Head Coach / Third Year Associate Head Coach / Hitting Coach / Recruiting Coordinator / Second Year Assistant Coach / Pitching Coach / First Year Volunteer Assistant Coach / Director of Baseball Operations / Third Year Stength and Conditioning / First Year Athletic Training / Second Year

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Warhawk Field

The 2016 season marks the 34th year that the ULM baseball team will call Warhawk Field home. Warhawk Field has been friendly to the home team as the Warhawks have posted a 547-3271 (.628) mark in the facility since its inception in 1983. ULM has won at least 16 home games 25 times in the 33 years playing at Warhawk Field and have given the home fans 20 victories nine times. In fact, in its 33-year history, Warhawk Field has witnessed just six seasons of losing records and just three since 1994. The in-state rivalry between ULM and ULLafayette brought 5,956 fans to Warhawk Field in 2012 to set a new three-game series attendance record. It broke the previous mark of 5,738 set in 2007 when ULM hosted UL-Lafayette. More than 119,000 fans passed through the gates at Warhawk Field as ULM set back-to-backto-back attendences records in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 seasons. Warhawk Field is one of the most unique baseball facilities in the country making games at ULM fun for the entire family. To enhance the baseball atmosphere, the field is surrounded by a three-foot high brick wall, allowing fans a clear view of the game from field level. The field is illuminated by eight lighting banks, allowing for night baseball in the cool Louisiana evenings. With picnic and tailgate areas for fans, as well as a children’s playground built prior to the 2008 season, gamedays at Warhawk Field provide a family friendly baseball atmosphere. The complex hosts the offices of the ULM baseball staff. The 1,800-seat structure also features indoor and outdoor batting cages, an indoor pitching mound and its own training

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facilities. The stadium went through renovations prior to the 2011 season. The Warhawks locker room was remodeled with new lockers, flooring, expanded floor space and audio/visual improvements. In addition, the Warhawk Field Press Box also received a face lift. Warhawk field saw a pair of new additions for 2014 as the are now covered areas for fans along the third baseline and a new hitting facility along the first baseline. In 2015, the squad added a team room for meetings and film study and following the offseason, the locker room received a facelift with a new paint job and new carpet. The stadium has exceeded capacity on seven different occasions, highlighted by a matchup against LSU on April 26, 2001, when 4,635 fans squeezed into the stands. In 2009, 3,673 fans watched ULM beat Mississippi State 7-1. The combination of facilities, atmosphere and fan activity make Warhawk Field one of the nation’s best venues to watch a collegiate baseball game.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Top Attendances (Over Capacity) April 26, 2001 vs. LSU (L, 4-16) April 23, 2002 vs. LSU (L, 3-10) March 26, 1997 vs. LSU (W, 6-2) May 11, 1999 vs. LSU (W, 6-5) April 1, 2009 vs. Mississippi St. (W, 7-1)

4,635 4,401 4,371 3,876 3,673

Warhawk Field Year-by-Year Record / Attendance Year Record Pct. Attend. Avg. 1983 24-9 .727 5,050 230 1984 26-6 .813 5,978 187 1985 19-4 .826 4,932 214 1986 17-10 .629 4,455 112 1987 13-7-1 .642 6,596 314 1988 11-14 .440 9,100 364 1989 7-15 .318 4,787 218 1990 16-5 .762 7,021 319 1991 9-9 .500 5,216 307 1992 15-12 .556 5,903 219 1993 6-8 .429 Not Available 1994 15-11 .577 14,051 703 1995 20-5 .800 17,349 913 1996 24-6 .800 20,861 834 1997 22-5 .815 17,828 755 1998 19-5 .791 13,605 680 1999 20-10 .667 23,446 781 2000 23-4 .852 17,326 721 2001 22-9 .710 25,008 926 2002 15-11 .576 22,129 922 2003 20-15 .571 23,586 714 2004 16-12 .571 13,961 499 2005 16-14 .533 14,424 497 2006 10-11 .476 7,838 373 2007 19-10 .655 21,325 735 2008 17-11 .607 19,622 701 2009 19-8 .704 23,458 868 2010 11-15 .423 16,495 634 2011 16-14 .533 35,852 1,194 2012 13-13 .500 41,727 1,604 2013 11-13 .458 41,757 1,439 2014 17-12 .586 25,897 893 2015 19-14 .576 41,344 1,252 TOTAL 547-327-1 .628 516,180 590

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ULM in the MLB Draft

ULM MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DRAFT PICKS Year Player 2015 Kodie Tidwell 2014 Tyler Bray 2012 Jeremy Sy Randy Zeigler Joey Rapp 2011 Drew Granier James Jones 2009 Ben Soignier Justin Anderson 2008 Ben Soignier Kyle Suire 2007 David Mixon Bo Bowman 2006 David Mixon 2005 Matt Green Matt Lane 2004 Jim Miller Matt Guillory Ben Jones Ryan Schwabe Justin Lynch 2003 Caleb McConnell Joey Wolfe 2001 Brian Schriner 2000 Kenny Holubec Mike Wombacher

Position SS P SS P 1B P P SS P SS 2B P 1B P P P P P 1B P P P C P P P

Round (Ovr. Pick) Team 26th (777) San Diego Padres 26th (795) St. Louis Cardinals 12th (388) San Francisco Giants 19th (598) San Francisco Giants 28th (868) San Francisco Giants 32nd (976) Oakland Athletics 33rd (1,013) New York Yankees 22nd (675) New York Yankees 24th (716) Baltimore Orioles 17th (508) Florida Marlins 35th (1,064) New York Mets 20th (614) San Francisco Giants 22nd (672) Colorado Rockies 47th (1,401) Arizona Diamondbacks 2nd (49) Arizona Diamondbacks 16th (500) St. Louis Cardinals 8th (230) Colorado Rockies 11th (322) Pittsburgh Pirates 14th (429) New York Yankees 27th (679) Baltimore Orioles 37th (1,101) Texas Rangers 21st (625) Philadelphia Phillies 33rd (980) Toronto Blue Jays 34th (1,010) Philadelphia Phillies 9th (252) Minnesota Twins 13th (398) New York Yankees

OTHER ULM MLB SIGNEES Year 2013 2012 2003 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1984 1981 1974 1971 1964 1963 1960 1958 1956

Player Cale Wine Wil Browning Andy Chace Jesse Hoorelbeke Kevin Orga Nick Frank Jason Shelley Corey Taylor Mike Thompson Darren Mazeroski Robert Wood Bill Clay Tom Brown Woody Eppinette Floyd Murry Ed Quimby John O’Conner Lyle Dorsey Bill Bradley

Position P P OF 1B P 3B SS OF C 2B P P P P P P C P SS

Team Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays Pittsburgh Pirates Los Angeles Dodgers Chicago Cubs Milwaukee Brewers Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds Arizona Diamondbacks Montreal Expos Oakland Athletics New York Kansas City Royals Chicago White Sox Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants Pittsburgh Pirates New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals

Todd Self 1999 Ben Sheets Corey Artieta 1998 Lance Carracioli Brandon Smith 1996 Shannon Cooley 1995 Denny Blair 1994 Chad Olinde 1993 Wade Walker Steven Bourgeois 1992 Stanley Wiltz Blake Doolan 1991 Harold Henry 1990 Pat Morphy Greg McGough 1987 Terry Matthews Kevin Cavalier Kenne Brown 1986 Joe Sims 1985 Chuck Finley Mitch Thomas 1984 John Schuessler 1982 Kirk Knowles 1975 Gary Richter 1970 Wayne Burney 1965 Gary Fields

OF P P P P OF P 2B P P 1B OF OF P C P P OF OF P P OF P 2B 1B IF

15th (457) 1st (10) 31st (934) 10th (396) 23rd (692) 24th (706) 8th (203) 36th (1,002) 16th (446) 21st (582) 29th (819) 33rd (921) 6th (176) 34th (889) 40th (1,003) 5th (129) 23rd (589) 50th (1,176) 15th (382) 1st (4) 8th (187) 38th (798) 23rd (577) 23rd (544) 22nd (511) 55th (778)

Houston Astros Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Los Angeles Dodgers Houston Astros Philadelphia Phillies Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs San Francisco Giants Pittsburgh Pirates Philadelphia Phillies Chicago White Sox New York Yankees Chicago White Sox Texas Rangers Montreal Expos New York Yankees Montreal Expos California Angels Texas Rangers Texas Rangers California Angels Cincinnati Reds Los Angeles Dodgers Houston Astros

BRIEF HISTORY Northeastern Louisiana has long been rich with baseball talent, a fact of which professional clubs have taken notice. Since the MLB First-Year Player Draft started in 1965, the ULM baseball team has had players selected 52 times. Aside from the 52 draft picks, 19 other players have gone on to sign professional contracts with various MLB clubs. Over half of the Warhawks that have signed professional contracts have been pitchers, including some of the team’s most famous alumni. Terry Mathews, Chuck Finley and Ben Sheets all established themselves while playing at Warhawk Field. Finley retired from professional baseball following the 2002 season after spending 17 big-league seasons with the Angels, Indians and Cardinals. The five-time All-Star won 200 games during his professional career. Sheets made a name for himself at ULM, posting one of the best seasons in Warhawk history. A year after posting a 14-1 record for the Warhawks, Sheets was pitching the United States to an Olympic gold medal win against Cuba.

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ULM Legends

ULM LEGEND BEN SHEETS Olympic Champion A year after his final season with the Warhawks, Ben Sheets pitched the United States to a remarkable upset of Cuba in the gold medal game of the 2000 Olympics.

MLB All-Star Ben Sheets made his fourth MLB AllStar Game appearance in 2008. He started the game on the mound for the National League in the final All-Star Game at historic Yankee Stadium.

End of a Career Sheets made his final career appearance Oct. 3, 2012 as he started against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Sheets tossed a perfect first inning with two strikeouts; he then walked off the field for the final time.

Career MLB Stats SEASON TEAM W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HBP BB SO 2001 Milwaukee Brewers 11 10 4.76 25 25 1 1 0 0 151.1 166 89 80 23 5 48 94 2002 Milwaukee Brewers 11 16 4.15 34 34 1 0 0 0 216.2 237 105 100 21 10 70 170 2003 Milwaukee Brewers 11 13 4.45 34 34 1 0 0 0 220.2 232 122 109 29 6 43 157 2004 Milwaukee Brewers 12 14 2.70 34 34 5 0 0 0 237.0 201 85 71 25 4 32 264 2005 Milwaukee Brewers 10 9 3.33 22 22 3 0 0 0 156.2 142 66 58 19 2 25 141 2006 Milwaukee Brewers 6 7 3.82 17 17 0 0 0 0 106.0 105 47 45 9 2 11 116 2007 Milwaukee Brewers 12 5 3.82 24 24 2 0 0 0 141.1 138 62 60 17 1 37 106 2008 Milwaukee Brewers 13 9 3.09 31 31 5 3 0 0 198.1 181 74 68 17 1 47 158 2010 Oakland Athletics 4 9 4.53 20 20 0 0 0 0 119.1 123 65 60 18 0 43 84 2012 Atlanta Braves 4 4 3.47 9 9 0 0 0 0 49.1 52 21 19 6 1 13 35 Career Totals 94 96 3.78 250 250 18 4 0 0 1596.2 1577 736 670 184 32 369 1325

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ULM Legends

ULM LEGEND CHUCK FINLEY MLB All-Star Chuck Finley was a five-time MLB All-Star during his illustrious 18-year career with the Angels, Indians and Cardinals. Finley played in the 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996 and 2000 All-Star Games.

Angel Great Chuck Finley is the all-time wins leader for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim with 165 in his 14 seasons with the club. He is also the only pitcher in MLB history to strike out four batters in a inning more than once -- he did it three times.

C areer ML B Stats SEASON TEAM 1986 California Angels 1987 California Angels 1988 California Angels 1989 California Angels 1990 California Angels 1991 California Angels 1992 California Angels 1993 California Angels 1994 California Angels 1995 California Angels 1996 California Angels 1997 Anaheim Angels 1998 Anaheim Angels 1999 Anaheim Angels 2000 Cleveland Indians 2001 Cleveland Indians 2002 Cleveland Indians 2002 St. Louis Cardinals Career Totals

W 3 2 9 16 18 18 7 16 10 15 15 13 11 12 16 8 4 7 200

L 1 7 15 9 9 9 12 14 10 12 16 6 9 11 11 7 11 4 173

ERA 3.30 4.67 4.17 2.57 2.40 3.80 3.96 3.15 4.32 4.21 4.16 4.23 3.39 4.43 4.17 5.54 4.44 3.80 3.85

G GS 25 0 35 3 31 31 29 29 32 32 34 34 31 31 35 35 25 25 32 32 35 35 25 25 34 34 33 33 34 34 22 22 18 18 14 14 524 467

CG 0 0 2 9 7 4 4 13 7 2 4 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 63

SHO 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 15

SV SVO 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---

IP 46.1 90.2 194.1 199.2 236.0 227.1 204.1 251.1 183.1 203.0 238.0 164.0 223.1 213.1 218.0 113.2 105.1 85.1 3197.1

H 40 102 191 171 210 205 212 243 178 192 241 152 210 197 211 131 114 69 3069

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R ER HR HBP BB SO 17 17 2 1 23 37 54 47 7 3 43 63 95 90 15 6 82 111 64 57 13 2 82 156 77 63 17 2 81 177 102 96 23 8 101 171 99 90 24 3 98 124 108 88 22 6 82 187 95 88 21 3 71 148 106 95 20 7 93 195 124 110 27 11 94 215 79 77 20 5 65 155 97 84 20 6 109 212 117 105 23 8 94 200 108 101 23 2 101 189 78 70 14 2 35 96 56 52 6 0 48 91 41 36 7 1 30 83 1517 1366 304 76 1332 2610

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ULM Tradition The ULM baseball team first began playing in 1952 and has since established itself as one of the most tradition-rich and successful Warhawk athletic programs. Going into the 2015 season, only the men’s and women’s basketball teams have qualified for postseason play more times than the baseball squad. The Warhawks elevated their level of competition in 2007 by joining the Sun Belt Conference. The league continually ranks among the top seven conferences in the nation and the addition of ULM to the Sun Belt strengthens not only the Warhawks, but also the conference. ULM boasts 14 conference championships, with the most recent in 2012. The Warhawks defeated Arkansas State, 4-2, in the Sun Belt Tournament Championship Game to advance to their first regional in 12 years. In the Baton Rouge Regional, ULM went toe-to-toe with LSU before falling 4-1. The squad defeated Belmont, 6-3, before having its season come to a close with a loss to Oregon State. In 2008, the Warhawks posted a 20-10 league record en route to the Sun Belt Conference regular season title in just their second season in the league. Before joining the Sun Belt, ULM spent 23 years as a member of the Southland Conference. The Warhawks claimed five regular season championships and four tournament titles. During that stretch, ULM advanced to the NCAA Regionals on four different occasions, squaring off against some of collegiate baseball’s brightest stars. ULM batters have stepped to the plate against Roger Clemens while Warhawk pitchers have stared down the likes of Jason Giambi and Mark Kotsay. ULM picked up its first Division I postseason wins in the 2000 NCAA Regional in Baton Rouge. The Warhawks downed New Orleans twice thanks to strong pitching by Kenny Holubec and Kevin Orga. The Warhawks are accustomed to winning. ULM has accumulated nearly 1,300 victories in its 62 years of playing. More impressive perhaps is how strong ULM has been at Warhawk Field posting a 528-313-1

(.628) record. ULM came within one game, a 1-0 loss to Eastern Michigan, of winning the 1970 NAIA National Championship. ULM’s legendary baseball team has produced some of the university’s most recognizable athletic alumni. A year after his final season with the Warhawks, Ben Sheets pitched the United States to a remarkable upset of Cuba in the gold medal game of the 2000 Olympics. Sheets is one of two ULM players with his jersey retired. Former Angel great Chuck Finley also played for the Warhawks before notching 200 big league wins and over 2,000 strikeouts. All told, ULM has had players selected 51 times in the MLB Draft, highlighted by 30 pitchers. A total of 18 other players have signed with MLB clubs following their playing days in Monroe. In addition to its team successes, Warhawk baseball has become synonymous with outstanding individual performances. ULM has had 17 athletes earn all-conference honors. Of those, 10 have been named Player of the Year, five Pitcher of the Year, two Hitter of the Year and two Freshman of the Year. In 2010, rookie infielder Judd Edwards was named to the Ping!Baseball Freshman All-America team. Edwards selection marked the 18th time ULM had a player earn All-America honors. Five years earlier freshman infielder Ben Soignier was named an AllAmerican by Collegiate Baseball. Soignier went on to lead the NCAA in runs per game in 2008 as a junior and earn All-America honors for the second time. 2009 marked a historic year as he became the first ULM player to earn AllAmerica honors in three different seasons. Throughout the storied history of the ULM baseball program, Warhawk players have earned 31 All-America honors. Marvin Brossett, Sheets, Willie Core and Soignier have all earned multiple AllAmerica distinctions. ULM has had some of the game’s brightest

coaching stars in the dugout. Perhaps ULM’s brightest coaching star, Lou St. Amant finished his 18 season coaching career as the all-time winningest Warhawk baseball coach. St. Amant propelled ULM to the national spotlight, leading the Warhawks to their first NCAA Regional in 1983. He captured two league titles and has since had his uniform number retired. Following in St. Amant’s footsteps, Smoke Laval led the Warhawks to three conference championships in seven years before becoming the head coach at LSU. Laval was followed by Brad Holland who, in 2002, led ULM to its last Southland Conference Championship. During the 2006 season, former Warhawk great Jeff Schexnaider took over the reigns of the baseball program, becoming the team’s 10th head coach. In just his second full season at the helm of the program, “Shake” led the Warhawks to a Sun Belt title and was named league Coach of the Year after ULM was picked to finish eighth in the preseason poll. He led the club to their first NCAA regional in 12 seasons as the Warhawks claimed the 2012 Sun Belt tournament championship. Former Shippensburg and New Orleans head coach Bruce Peddie enters third season at the helm of the program as the Warhawks open the 2016 season with a three-game series at Southeastern Louisiana.

The 2012 team claimed the Sun Belt Tournament Championship with a 4-2 win over Arkansas State.

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COACHES & STAFF


Coaching Staff Padres in the 26th Round of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Tidwell, mid-way through the 2015 season, was batting over .400 and his defense improved dramatically as he committed just 12 errors in the field (249 chances). Compared to the 2014 season, Tidwell’s fielding percentage increased by 58 points and he committed 14 fewer errors, a decrease of nearly 54%. Peddie was named the program’s interim head coach on Mar. 27, 2014 and he had the interim tag officially removed on May 13, 2014. During his interim role, the Warhawks posted a 14-14 record and a 10-11 mark in league play. Peddie also guided the Warhawks to the Sun Belt Tournament in Mobile, Ala.

BRUCE PEDDIE • HEAD COACH 3RD YEAR AT ULM • 18TH OVERALL MANSFIELD • 1987 Bruce Peddie is in his third season at the helm of the Warhawk baseball program. In 2015, Peddie coached a pair of All-Sun Belt Conference performers in Keelin Rasch (Second Team) and Anthony Herrera (Second Team). Rasch also earned Second Team All-Louisiana Honors following his senior season. Rasch finished the regular season as the conference’s leader in both hits (78) and total bases (124). He finished second in the conference in batting average (.359) and fourth in slugging percentage (.571). He was the team’s leader in RBI with 41 and finished tied for the team lead in runs scored with 40. Herrera appeared in 36 games and started the final 33 games of the season at second base and he posted 35 total hits (four doubles) including 13 runs scored and six RBI. He came just two sacrifice bunts shy of tying the single season school record as he finished the 2015 campaign with 13 sac bunts (school record: 15, Jay Nelson, 1991). On the mound, Herrera logged 24 appearances as he finished with a 1-2 record and six saves during his 32.2 innings of work. He posted a 2.76 ERA and limited opposing batters to a .254 batting average. Peddie also tutored short stop Kodie Tidwell as the Calhoun, La., native was drafted by the San Diego

Peddie reached a coaching milestone during the 2015 season as he picked up his 400th career coaching win as the Warhawks defeated South Alabama, 4-3, on March 29, 2015. Pitcher Tyler Bray had a strong senior campaign, posting an 8-5 record with five saves and a 3.36 ERA. Bray’s strong pitching down the stretch helped ULM reach the conference tournament and his career was extended as he was a 26th round draft pick of the St. Louis Cardinals. Keelin Rasch was a big force at the plate for the Warhawks in 2014 as he tallied 23 extra base hits (16 doubles, three triples and four homers). In league play, Rasch batted at a .374 clip with 17 extra base hits. Ross Moore highlighted the Warhawk effort at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament as he was named to the All-Tournament team. Moore finished the tournament with seven RBI and a .364 batting average. His seven RBI in the Sun Belt Tournament were tied with UT Arlington’s Matt Shortall who had seven RBI in four games. Moore also finished the 2014 Sun Belt Tournament with a perfect fielding percentage in 20 chances. Peddie joined the Warhawk program after a fouryear stint as the head coach at the University of New Orleans (2010-2013). During his first year as a head coach, the Privateers secured notable series wins over in-state rivals Tulane and LSU. At the 2010 season’s conclusion, Nick Schwaner was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 30th round of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft after receiving all-Louisiana and all-Region honors.

Under Peddie’s tutelage as both a head coach and an assistant, Schwaner completed his UNO career in the top-10 all-time in hits (240), doubles (48), total bases (427), slugging percentage (.606) and RBI (165). The 2011 season was a challenging one for the Privateers, who contested one of the nation’s toughest schedules. Putting together a roster without the assistance of athletic-based scholarships, Peddie directed a young squad to several key victories including a win over Smoke Laval’s North Florida team. Prior to his rise to the head coaching position, Peddie established himself pretty quickly on the Lakefront in three years as an assistant. As the UNO hitting coach, the Privateers averaged 80 home runs per year. The 2008 team, which received the school’s first NCAA Regional at-large bid since 2000, hit a schoolrecord 97 home runs. The team was ranked fifth in the nation in runs, seventh in hits and ninth in home runs. In his first recruiting class (2008), Peddie landed catcher Jeff Lanning, who became an eighth-round draft choice of the Minnesota Twins. In 2009, Peddie added another highly touted class, including top Louisiana prospects Rodarrick Jones and Joe Zimmermann. Jones was an everyday outfielder as a UNO freshman, while Zimmermann was a weekend starter for the Privateer pitching staff. Prior to arriving at UNO, Peddie was the head coach at Division II Shippensburg (Pa.). In his 11 years there, Peddie guided the Raiders to five NCAA Division II championship berths and a College World Series appearance in 1996. He ranks second on the school’s all-time win list with more than 300 victories. He also had 12 different players sign professional contracts. A 1987 graduate of Mansfield University, Peddie was an assistant coach at his alma mater from 1989 through 1995. In seven seasons, the Mounties made four NCAA Regional appearances and reached the CWS three times. Peddie and his wife, Laurie, have twin daughters Carly and Annie.

PEDDIE YEAR-BY-YEAR Year School 1996 Shippensburg 1997 Shippensburg 1998 Shippensburg 1999 Shippensburg 2000 Shippensburg 2001 Shippensburg 2002 Shippensburg 2003 Shippensburg 2004 Shippensburg 2005 Shippensburg 2006 Shippensburg 11 seasons 2010 New Orleans 2011 New Orleans 2012 New Orleans 2013 New Orleans Four seasons 2014 ULM 2015 ULM One season 16 seasons

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Record Postseason 34-19-1 NCAA D-II CWS 16-27-1 26-20 PSAC Tournament 34-22 NCAA Tournament 33-20 NCAA Tournament 27-23 PSAC Tournament 24-27-1 31-22 NCAA Tournament 43-12 NCAA Tournament 32-25 PSAC Tournament 31-24 PSAC Tournament 331-241-3 (.578) 13-39 4-50 17-27 7-44 41-160 (.204) 15-19 Sun Belt Tourn. 25-29 40-48 (.441) 412-449-3 (.480)

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Coaching Staff Anthony Herrera (Second Team All-Sun Belt) appeared in 36 games in the field and started the final 33 games of the season at second base and he posted 35 total hits (four doubles) including 13 runs scored and six RBI. He came just two sacrifice bunts shy of tying the single season school record as he finished the 2015 campaign with 13 sac bunts (school record: 15, Jay Nelson, 1991). .

ERIC FOLMAR • ASSOC. HEAD COACH 2ND YEAR AT ULM OLD DOMINION • 1999 Eric Folmar is in his second season at ULM and first as the program’s associate head coach. Folmar continues to work with the Warhawk hitters while serving as the team’s recruiting coordinator. In 2015, Folmar coached a pair of All-Sun Belt selections as well as one All-Louisiana selection. Keelin Rasch (Second Team All-Sun Belt; Second Team All-Louisiana finished the regular season as the conference’s leader in both hits (78) and total bases (124). He finished second in the conference in batting average (.359) and fourth in slugging percentage (.571). He was the team’s leader in RBI with 41 and finished tied for the team lead in runs scored with 40.

Folmar also worked with shortstop Kodie Tidwell as the Calhoun, La., native was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 26th Round of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft. Tidwell, midway through the 2015 season, was batting over .400 and his defense improved dramatically as he committed just 12 errors in the field (249 chances). Compared to the 2014 season, Tidwell’s fielding percentage increased by 58 points and he commited 14 fewer errors, a decrease of nearly 54%. Folmar spent the 2014 season at Army, where The Black Knights finished the season 33-18 overall and 15-5 in conference play. Before joining the staff at West Point, Folmar spent eight seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State. During his time at Penn State, Folmar was part of 200 victories and he was the program’s recruiting coordinator. He handled third base coaching duties as well as coaching infielders and base running. Folmar recruited pitcher Drew O’Neil who established the school save record and was drafted in the fourth round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. He also brought catcher Ben Heath to Penn State. Heath set the school record for home runs with 19, was an All-American and was drafted

Chris Smith is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Warhawk baseball program. He serves as the program’s pitching coach. Smith spent two years at the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima, Ohio. During his time with the Racers, he served as the team’s pitching coach as well as recruiting coordinator. In 2014, his first season with the team, the squad’s ERA improved by 1.20, compared to the 2013 season. The team finished first in the conference in fewest walks (126), walks per game (2.52) and strikeouts per game during the regular season (5.26). Northwestern Ohio also finished second in the league in ERA (4.18). ERA again dropped by more than a run from 2014

Prior to working at Penn State, Folmar coached at his alma mater, Old Dominion from 2002-05 where he worked with the infielders, outfielders, catchers and base running through his tenure while also assisting in recruiting. Among the 15 players he coached or recruited that were chosen in the Major League Baseball Draft was Justin Verlander, a Cy Young winner and Most Valuable Player choice. Folmar began his coaching career at Young Harris Junior College in Georgia where he served as camp coordinator and coached infielders and catchers. During his two seasons, the Mountain Lions won 82 games and a pair of conference championships. During his playing days at Old Dominion from 1996-99, he helped the Monarchs to three Colonial Athletic Association Championship Game appearances, a CAA regular season championship, a CAA tournament championship and was part of a team that appeared in the NCAA Regionals. A native of Chambersburg, Pa., Folmar earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. He and his wife Kim, a field hockey All-American at Old Dominion and a member of the U.S. National Team, have five children, Bryce, Zac, Alex, Tyler and Mia.

to 2015, as the team’s ERA improved from 4.18 to 3.11. The Racers’ ERA of 3.11 was the 12th best mark in all of NAIA and the squad also finished 12th in strikeouts.

Smith also pitched during three different summers as he was part of the Sanford River Rats (2006), Alaska Glacier Pilots (2007) and Licking County Settlers (2008).

During his tenure at Northwestern Ohio, a total of four players were named First Team All-WHAC and Ryan Burns was named the conference’s Pitcher of the Year following the 2015 season.

Smith graduated from Ohio Dominican in May 2009 with Cum Laude honors as he posted a 3.6 cumulative GPA for his Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management. He completed the MBA program during his time at Northwestern Ohio and graduated in June 2015.

Smith has also spent time coaching during the summers as he has spent time with the Battle Creek Bombers (2013) and Kalamazoo Growlers (2014) of the Northwoods League as well as the Alaska Goldpanners (2015) of the Alaska Baseball League.

CHRIS SMITH • ASST. COACH 1ST YEAR AT ULM OHIO DOMINICAN • 2009

in the fifth round. In total, Folmar coached or recruited 21 players who were selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, mentored 22 All-Big Ten player and 54 Academic Big Ten selections.

Prior to joining Northwestern Ohio, Smith served as the assistant varsity coach/pitching coach at Chesterton High School as well as the head coach/ pitching coach with the Breakers Baseball Club (18U Elite Travel Team). Chesterton High School won the 2013 DAC Championship and during the 2011 season, the squad posted a conference ERA of 1.92. Smith also had one player named All-Conference during his tenure. Smith was a four-year letterwinner at Ohio Dominican from 2006-2009. As a freshman in 2006, he was named the league’s Pitcher of the Year. He also earned First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Region and Third-Team All-American Honors. In 2007, he was again a First-Team All-Conference selection. Smith, in 2008 and 2009, was named Academic All-American and as a junior earned Honorable Mention All-Conference Honors.

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Coaching Staff / Support Staff

BRANDON ALEXANDER • VOL. COACH 3RD YEAR AT ULM ULM • 2014

ALEX EDWARDS • ASST. AD / MEDIA 4TH YEAR AT ULM UNC WILMINGTON • 2007

BEN JACOBS • STRENGTH COACH 1ST YEAR AT ULM EAST CAROLINA • 2011

Brandon Alexander is in his second season as a volunteer assistant coach for the Warhawk baseball team. He also serves as the program’s director of baseball operations.

Alex Edwards is in his fourth year at ULM. He handles primary media relations duties for baseball, football and men’s golf while overseeing coverage of all 17 programs.

Ben Jacobs is in his first year at ULM. As director of strength and conditioning, he handles strength and conditioning duties for baseball and football while overseeing all of the Warhawks’ training programs.

He is no stranger to the Warhawk program as after wrapping up his playing career in 2013, he spent the 2014 season a student assistant coach.

Edwards joined the ULM staff in May 2012 after serving as the Assistant Media Relations Director at the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, S.C., from July 2010 to May 2012.

Jacobs joined ULM after spending two years as an assistant performance coach at the University of North Texas. He began his career as a student assistant at East Carolina and he also has stops at Davidson College and IMG Academy.

Alexander was an outfielder for ULM during the 2012 and 2013 seasons and was part of the Sun Belt Tournament Championship team that advanced to the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional in 2012. The St. Louis, Mo., native joined ULM after playing for two seasons at John A. Logan College.

He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of ­America (CoSIDA) Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA). Edwards is married to the former Lauren Mouton. The couple resides in Monroe and is expecting their first child in February 2016.

JACOB VAUGHAN • ATHLETIC TRAINER 2ND YEAR AT ULM MURRAY STATE • 2014

NICK WHITE WARHAWK RADIO NETWORK 6TH YEAR AT ULM

Jacob Vaughan is in his second year as an athletic training graduate assistant at ULM. He is the primary ATC for the baseball program and assists with football.

Nick White is in his second year as the play-by-play voice for the ULM baseball team. He is also the playby-play voice for the men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the host of “Hawk Talk”, the ULM football, basketball and baseball coaches show, a position he has held for the last six years.

Prior to arriving at ULM, Vaughan was a student assistant trainer at Murray State where he worked with a variety of sports including basketball, football, soccer and softball. He received his bachelor of science degree in athletic training from MSU. The Murray, Ky., native is pursuing a master’s of science degree in exercise science. Vaughan is married to the former Kelly Ann Herrenbruck and the couple resides in Monroe.

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Jacobs, who holds a CSCS certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Associationm has worked with numerous professional athletes including several that are currently in the NFL or MLB.

In addition to his work with ULM Athletics, White is the co-host of the Morning Drive with Dietrich and White, which airs each weekday on ESPN 97.7. White was named “Best of the Delta” in talk radio for three consecutive years (2010-2012) by Delta Style Magazine. A native of Farmerville, La., White resides in Monroe with his wife, Amber, and their two sons, Bryan and Micah.

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University President Excellence. President Bruno earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana University. He earned a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Mississippi. President Bruno has contributed numerous articles to various higher education publications and presented programs on campus services management, quality management, outsourcing of campus services, and strategic management. Throughout his tenure, ULM has received over 20 national rankings and awards for affordability, academics, student satisfaction, and online programs.

DR. NICK J. BRUNO UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 6TH YEAR AT ULM Dr. Nick J. Bruno became the eighth president of the University of Louisiana at Monroe on Nov. 8, 2010, after more than 30 years of work in Louisiana higher education.

President Bruno is married to First Lady Linda Bruno, and they have three children.

Upon his arrival at ULM, President Bruno immediately began reaching out to the community. To strengthen relationships with regional health care providers, he serves on the Board of Directors for St. Francis Medical Center. He also created the Business & Community Advisory Committee, a group that analyzes the workforce needs of the region. Bruno also takes time to urge community support through his work serving on both the Monroe Chamber of Commerce and West Monroe/West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce. A Louisiana native, President Bruno arrived at ULM from the University of Louisiana System, where he managed the business, financial and facility operations as the UL System’s Vice President for Business Affairs. Prior to his appointment at the UL System, he served as Vice President for Business Affairs at ULM, helping revitalize the campus during a critical juncture in the university’s history. ULM’s sister school, Southeastern Louisiana University, also benefited from Dr. Bruno’s leadership. While there, he served in several capacities, including assistant vice president for special initiatives, handling such areas as continuing education and international activities. In addition to his higher education experience, President Bruno is regionally and nationally recognized for his consulting expertise in areas such as organizational efficiencies and alternatively financed facility construction. He has also conducted numerous professional development programs for several national professional organizations including the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). In September 2011, the National Association of College Auxiliary Services awarded President Bruno the Presidential Award of

Dr. Nick Bruno and First Lady, Linda Bruno

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Director of Athletics

BRIAN WICKSTROM DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 3RD YEAR AT ULM Brian Wickstrom is in his third year as the director of athletics at ULM. He was introduced as the director of athletics by ULM president Dr. Nick Bruno at a July 2, 2013 press conference. In Wickstrom’s second year at ULM, the football program finished its fundraising goal for the endzone facility and an official ground breaking ceremony was held on March 2, 2015. Construction of the facility officially began in April of 2015 and the project has an expected completion time of eight to 10 months. This is the first privately funded facility in the history of ULM Athletics. Men’s basketball had a banner season as the program won a total of 24 games and became the first-ever Sun Belt program to play a game in the month of April. During this run, attendance set alltime highs over the past 20-years. Not only have athletics programs been competitive on the court, but in Wickstrom’s two years at ULM, a total of 285 student athletes have been honored at the annual Maroon and Gold Banquet for posting a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Prior to arriving in Monroe, Wickstrom served as the director of intercollegiate athletics at UC Riverside from 2011-13. During his tenure, Wickstrom established an $80 million dollar multipurpose facility (project on hold as of Sept. 2013), while the athletic department also completed a track facility renovation ($2.8 million) and a basketball practice facility renovation ($1.2 million).

A native of Overland Park, Kan., Wickstrom arrived at UTEP after spending two years as assistant athletic director for development and business partnerships at the University of Michigan. In his time there, he served as the primary contact for $5.4 million dollars in corporate sponsorships along with cultivating, soliciting and securing $15.6 million in commitments for the Capital Campaign.

A men’s basketball APR improvement plan was also implemented as the men’s basketball program posted a 989 during the 2011-12 year versus a 887 score the year prior to Wickstrom’s arrival. He also initiated and completed a logo/rebranding effort that involved the community, alumni and students and also increased overall involvement.

Wickstrom was associate athletics director at Santa Clara University from 2001-03. He served as the sports administrator for women’s basketball and directed development efforts that produced $8.2 million in commitments over a one-year period. Wickstrom also oversaw the $42.8 million Athletics Capital Campaign.

Wickstrom spent the previous five years as a member of the UTEP staff where he was involved in all phases of the day-to-day operations of the department including the supervision, hiring, and evaluation of staff and coaches, working with a $20 million athletics operating budget. Wickstrom oversaw all areas of External Relations while serving as the sports administrator for a number of Miners sports including the UTEP men’s basketball program and football operations.

He started his career in collegiate athletics at the University of Missouri from 1999-2000. As assistant director of athletic development, Wickstrom’s primary focus was the department’s $100 million capital campaign and facility fundraising projects.

Wickstrom was also heavily involved with the planning, design and fundraising efforts for the state-of-the-art Foster Stevens Basketball Center. In Wickstrom’s tenure, the Miner Athletic Club produced the top two annual fund incomes in the history of UTEP Athletics and the three highest football season ticket numbers in the history of the program were reached. Wickstrom was instrumental in securing the 2011 C-USA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournament for El Paso. The tournament produced close to $1,000,000 net of expenses for the conference.

Wickstrom was a track and field athlete at Kansas State University, earning his undergraduate degree in business administration/finance in 1991. He added an MBA masters of business administration/ management from K-State in 1992. Wickstrom completed his master’s in sports administration from Ohio University in 1999 and his doctorate in educational leadership from Eastern Michigan University in 2006. While at UTEP, Wickstrom was heavily involved in the community, as evidenced by his appointment to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board by the Mayor of El Paso. He also served on the United Way Resource Allocation Committee. He and his wife Celina have three sons, Vince, John Christian and David Grant and one daughter, Bricelle Leigh.

During year one at ULM, Wickstrom has had an impact on athletic facilities as baseball, soccer and tennis all added to their current facility. Wickstrom also secured funding for the expansion of the sand volleyball courts. In addition to various upgrades at baseball, soccer and tennis, Wickstrom, in a three-month span, raised $2.98 million in major gifts for the football endzone facility project. Wickstrom also has been a part of securing the top 5 gifts in ULM Athletics history. Wickstrom also oversaw the addition of ”Tailgate Terrace” for fans to tailgate during home games. New field turf has been installed thanks to the largest commitment in the history of ULM athletics and going forward, the new home for football will be JPS Field at Malone Stadium. Men’s and women’s basketball saw the addition of special courtside seating for the 2013-14 season and five different sports set new single-game and season attendance records in 2013-14 (sand volleyball, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball). In 2013-14, the athletic department outsourced its ticket sales and management to The Aspire Group, while outsourcing sponsorship sales to Learfield Sports. The department also launched a new official online merchandise store as well as an auction website and a new photo store.

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THE WARHAWKS


Returning Players

1 • BRIAN BAREFOOT SS/2B • R/R • 5-10 • 180 • SO. MONROE, LA. 2015 (Freshman) Appeared in 26 total games and made four starts as a rookie... Finished season with .320 batting average to go along with five RBI and four runs scored... First collegiate hit was a RBI double against Stephen F. Austin... Also scored a run against Lumberjacks... Made first career start in series finale at Texas State... Was 2-for-2 with two RBI in win over Grambling State... Earned start in series finale against Mississippi Valley State and had one hit, one RBI and one run... Had a double and scored a run in reserve role in series opener against South Alabama... Had one hit in each of final two games of Georgia State series... Drove in a pair in home contest against Louisiana Tech. Prep Three-year letterwinner in baseball at Neville High School in Monroe, La... Senior season had a .358 average at the plate for the Tigers and 15 extrabase hits (12 2Bs and one HR)... Earned All-District (2013 and 2014) and All-State (2014) honors... Also a three-year letterwinner in football earning AllDistrict honors (2012, 2013, and 2014) and member of the state championship squad in 2012. Personal Full name is Brian Joseph Barefoot... Born on April 8, 1996 in Monroe, La... Son of Larry and Amy Barefoot... Has one older brother, Will, and one younger brother, Charlie... Major is undeclared.

29 • BRANDON BELL RHP • R/R • 6-0 • 220 • RS-SR. WILLS POINT, TEXAS

starts... Finished with a 4-5 record and a 3.93 ERA in 52.2 innings of work... Also struck out 39 batters and limited opponents to a .230 batting average... Logged four quality starts during 2015 season... Made Warhawk debut in season opener against Indiana State... Notched first win of season in game two of doubleheader against Stephen F. Austin... Allowed one earned run (three total) on five hits with six strikeouts in six innings of work against the Lumberjacks... Earned second straight win after striking out eight and allowing just one earned run (four total) on three hits in seven innings against Sam Houston State... Logged five innings of work in middle game of Texas State series... Earned third win of season after limiting Mississippi Valley State to just one baserunner (hit) in six innings on the bump... Saw action in back-to-back conference weekends (at Appalachian State; South Alabama)... Made relief appearance in midweek contest against Nicholls State... Suffered hard luck loss against the Colonels after allowing just one run on one hit in 4.1 innings of relief... Made relief appearance in series finale against Troy... Earned win after six shutout frames in series finale at UALR... Allowed just three Trojan hits and struck out six batters... Earned start in season finale against UL-Lafayette. 2014 (Junior) Did not see game action and redshirted. North Central Texas College Played two seasons of baseball at North Central Texas College... Finished sophomore season with 2-1 record and a 2.39 ERA in 49.0 innings of work... Tossed two complete games and struckout 45 batters... Finished rookie season with a 2-2 record and a 3.41 ERA in 29.0 innings on the mound... Struck out 28 batters during 2012 season... Was named AllConference and an All-Star during his time at North Central Texas College. Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in both baseball and football at Edgewood High School... Was named All-State three of four years as a pitcher and third baseman... Played in the Texas High School All-Star Game following senior season... Batted .360 with eight homers in final prep season. Personal Full name is Brandon Wayne Bell... Born Nov. 27, 1991 in Dallas, Texas... Son of Chuck and Julaine Bell... Has an older sister, Britni... Majoring in business.

33 • BRAYDEN BOUCHEY RHP • R/R • 6-6 • 212 • JR. WHITE ROCK, BRITISH COLUMBIA 2015 (Sophomore) Made 10 appearances and eight starts in first season at ULM... Posted a 4-3 record with a 4.46 ERA in 36.1 innings of work... Struckout 15 batters during 2015 campaign... Made Warhawk debut with five innings of work against Stephen F. Austin... Earned a no-decision after surrendering two unearned runs on two hits... Made start against Northwestern State and allowed one run (two total) on five hits in five innings of work... Notched first and second wins as a Warhawk in back-to-back starts against Grambling State... Both starts were pre-determined short starts, including three shutout frames at Grambling State... Made start in road game at Southeastern Louisiana... Made relief appearance in road tilt at Louisiana Tech... Credited with third win of season after six innings of work against McNeese State... Allowed just two runs on six hits and struck out four Cowboy batters... Notched win in relief against Northwestern State after allowing just one run on one hit in two innings of work... Earned no-decision against Louisiana Tech after allowing just one run on seven hits in five innings of work... Also struck out four Bulldog batters... Made final start of season with 3.1 innings of work at Nicholls. Odessa College Spent freshman season at Odessa... Appeared in 15 games on the hill, finishing with a 5-3 record and 4.27 ERA... Tallied two complete games and finished with 59 innings and 60 punchouts over the season. Prep Played baseball for Langley Blaze in Langley, British Columbia, Canada... Started 10 games senior season, finishing with an 8-0 record and a 1.24 ERA... Gave up only nine earned runs, 21 hits and struck out 59 batters over 50.2 innings pitched... Threw five complete games and two no hitters over senior season... Finished senior season with a .357 average at the plate... Earned letters in both basketball and volleyball at Elgin Park Secondary in Surrey, British Columbia. Personal Full name is Brayden Jay Thacker Bouchey... Born Sept. 20, 1995 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada... Son of Jay Bouchey and Sue Thacker... Has an older sister, Samara, and a younger sister, Ella... An accounting major.

2015 (RS-Junior) Made 11 appearances on the season including nine

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Returning Players debut against Central Arkansas... Tossed a scoreless frame with two strikeouts in middle game of Mississippi Valley State series... Had two scoreless frames in pre-deteremined short start at Louisiana Tech... Logged quality start and earned win in midweek tilt against McNeese State... Had two scoreless frames in series finale at Georgia State... Tossed three scoreless innings in short start at Northwestern State... Final start of season came at Southern Miss, logging 5.1 innings on the hill... Made one relief appearance in each of final three weekends of season (Troy, 1.0 IP; at UALR, 2.0 IP; UL-Lafayette, 1.1 IP).

20 • CHASE CATER RHP • R/R • 6-0 • 210 • RS-JR. RAYVILLE, LA. 2015 (Junior) Missed season due to injury and redshirted. Hinds Community College Spent two seasons at Hinds… Sophomore season posted a 3-4 record and 5.33 ERA in 27 innings of work (one start) on the mound leading the Eagles to the 2014 Regional Championship and finishing runner-up in the JUCO World Series… Rookie season, averaged 7.33 strikeouts per contest. Prep Four-year letter winner in baseball at Riverfield Academy in Rayville, La… Senior season went 11-1 on the mound with a 0.84 ERA over 77 innings or work… Punched out 144 batters over the season… Member of the 2010 State Championship squad… Named All-District once and team MVP twice…. Also lettered five years in football and two years in basketball. Personal Full name Addison Chase Cater… Born Feb. 23, 1993 in Monroe, La… Son of Gary and Angie Cater… Has an older brother, Corbin, and a younger sister, Caroline… Father, Gary, played collegiate football at Northwestern University from 1980 to 1984… A general studies major.

9 • PAYTON CODDOU RHP • L/R • 6-0 • 185 • JR. NAPOLEONVILLE, LA. 2015 (Sophomore) Made 11 appearances on the hill and tallied four starts... Finished with a 1-1 record during 26.2 innings of work... Also struck out 11 batters during the season... Logged two innings of work in season

2014 (Freshman) Totaled 15 appearances with three starts as a rookie... Struck out 16 batters in 31.2 innings on the mound... Made collegiate debut against Southern Miss... Logged two innings of work with three punchouts against the Golden Eagles... Recorded one inning on the hill against both Western Illinois and Southeastern Louisiana... Made first career start in road tilt at Jackson State... Notched a quality start against the Tigers as he scattered seven hits and two earned runs during six innings of work... Next six appearances (at Southern Miss, at Troy, UALR, Nicholls State, at UT Arlington and Northwestern State) were out of the bullpen... Tied season-high with three punchouts in 2.1 innings in finale at Troy... Second start of season came at Northwestern State... Logged 4.1 innings of work against the Demons... Tossed 2.1 innings of scoreless baseball at Arkansas State... Earned start in series opener at South Alabama... Made relief appearances against Western Kentucky and Georgia State.

Had one hit (double) with one RBI and one run in reserve role against Sam Houston State... Earned starting spot at Northwestern State and at Texas State (2x)... Tallied one hit in series opener against the Bobcats... Also saw action in leage games against South Alabama, at Georgia State and at UALR. Pratt Community College While at Pratt, batted for a .387 average going deep 10 times and notching 16 doubles... Offensive leader driving home 50 runs… Named twice to the All-Conference team. Prep Four-year letterwinner in baseball at Calvary Baptist in Shreveport, La... Member of the 2008 2A State Championship and 2011 2A State Runnerup squads... Named three times to the All-District Team. Personal Full name is Justin Randall Crouch... Born Dec. 10, 1992 in Bossier City, La... Son of John and Dianne Crouch... Has an older sister, Brittany... A communications major.

Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball at Edward Douglas White High School in Thibodaux, La... Was part of District Championship and State Runner-up squad in 2013... Finished senior season with 11-2 record and 1.89 ERA... Earned All-District, All-Region and All-State honors following strong senior campaign... Was also a two-year letterwinner in football. Personal Full name is Payton James Coddou... Born May 29, 1995 in Thibodaux, La... Son of Jayme and Robin Coddou... Has a younger brother, Parker, and a younger sister, Sara... Father, Jayme, played collegiate baseball at Nicholls State... A construction management major.

25 • JUSTIN CROUCH 3B/1B • R/R • 5-11 • 205 • SR. BOSSIER CITY, LA. 2015 (Junior) Saw action in 13 games and made three starts... Made Warhawk debut against Central Arkansas...

35 • KEEGAN CURTIS RHP/OF • R/R • 5-11 • 185 • SO. MOBILE, ALA. 2015 (Freshman) Saw action in 19 games during rookie campaign... Had 18 appearances on the mound and six starts and made one appearance in right field (at Grambling State)... Finished with a 3-2 record and one save in 56.1 innings of work with 30 punchouts... Also had two quality starts during the season... Earned win in first collegiate start against Grambling State... Didn’t allow an earned run in four straight relief appearances [7.1 combined innings vs. Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston State, Texas State and Mississippi Valley State]... Notched save with two innings of work against the Bearkats (two innings, one unearned run, zero hits)... Logged five innings of relief work in road tilt at Southeastern Louisiana... Earned second win of season with 6.2 innings of work in a start against UT Arlington... Had a no-decision against Arkansas State... Allowed two runs on seven hits in 7.0 innings of work against the Red Wolves... Picked up third win of season after allowing one run on four hits in six innings in series finale at Georgia Southern... Tossed 2.1 scoreless innings in middle contest of UL-Lafayette series. Prep Four-year letter winner in baseball at Davidson High School in Mobile, Ala... Posted a .410 average his senior season with 83 hits, including 32 extra-

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Returning Players base hits (20 2B, four 3B and eight HR)... Stole 15 bases for the Warriors while scoring 65 runs and driving home an additional 30... Strong on the hill with a 5-2 record... Posted a 2.10 ERA in 70 innings, striking out 82 batters.

Illinois... Was starting right fielder in both midweek games at No. 24 Ole Miss... First collegiate hit was a RBI double that gave ULM a 3-2 lead in finale at Ole Miss... Also made starts against Southeastern Louisiana and at Samford... Was 1-for-2 in middle contest of UL-Lafayette series... Picked up gamewinning RBI on a bases loaded walk in finale at UT Arlington... Scored first collegiate run in midweek contest against FIU... Scored game-winning run in second meeting versus Grambling State... Entered game as a pinch runner in top of the 9th inning in series finale at UL-Lafayette... Moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and was able to score and tie the game at 5-5 thanks to back-to-back wild pitches.

Personal Full name Keegan Edward Curtis... Born Sept. 30, 1995 in Mobile, Ala... Son of Paul and Christina Curtis... Has an older sister, Christi, and an older brother, Austin... Undecided on major.

18 • CHANCE DeFRIEND IF • R/R • 6-1 • 198 • RS-FR. SHREVEPORT, LA. 2015 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep A four-year letterwinner in baseball for head coach Tim Hulett at Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport, La... Hit two homers and averaged .350 at the plate with the Eagles... Member of the 2011, 2013 and 2013 state championship squads.

16 • WILL DANIELS 1B • R/R • 6-2 • 220 • SO. MONROE, LA. 2015 (Freshman) Appeared in 18 games and made six starts as a rookie... Finished season with seven total hits (one double) and scored a pair of runs... Also drew four walks... Made collegiate debut against Central Arkansas... First collegiate hit came in reserve role against Sam Houston State... Earned starts against Northwestern State and at Texas State (DH game one)... Scored a run in win over Grambling State... Saw action in all three games against Mississippi Valley State... Notched two hits in road game at Southeastern Louisiana... Had one hit in series opener against South Alabama... Earned start in series opener at Georgia Southern and had one hit and one walk... Was 1-for-1 in road game at Nicholls. Prep Four-year letterwinner in baseball at St. Frederick High School in Monroe, La... Batted at a .536 clip as a senior with nine homers... Also drove in 52 runs during final prep season... Finished with a .357 average at the plate during junior season, going deep eight times (second most in the state)... Finished fifth in the state in 2013 with a .773 slugging percentage... Four-time All-District honors, three-time All-Northeast Louisiana honors and two-time AllState honors... Also named All-State MVP... Lettered four years in football. Personal Full name is Will Godfrey Daniels... Born Sept. 7, 1995 in Monroe, La... Son of Derek and Jan Daniels... A construction management major.

Personal Full name is Chance Dakota DeFriend... Born Sept. 13, 1995 in Alexandria, La... Son of Clay and Fay DeFriend... Has two older brothers, Blare and Blake… A toxicology major

3 • VINCENT DELLOCONO OF • L/L • 6-0 • 205 • RS-JR. BATON ROUGE, LA. 2015 (RS-Sophomore) Saw action in 15 games and made two starts... Drew a walk and scored a run in series finale win against Sam Houston State... Earned start against Grambling State and finished 2-for-4 with one double and two RBI in win over the Tigers... Started series opener against Mississippi Valley State and saw action in the final two games of weekend series... Scored game winning run in game one of doubleheader against UT Arlington... Crossed home plate on a walkoff sacrifice fly by Danny Springer... Scored one run in midweek game against Nicholls State... Had one hit in series finale at Georgia State. 2014 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in 22 games and made five starts... Made collegiate debut in series finale against Grand Canyon... Earned start in right field against Western

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2013 (Freshman) Did not see game action and redshirted. Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball, basketball and football at Episcopal HS... Was named First Team All-State his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Batted .408 with two homeruns as a senior... Didn’t strikeout his entire junior season, while batting .476 with three homeruns... Led the Knights to a 2011 district championship... Was nominated for the Baton Rouge Advocate Metro Athlete of the Year following junior and senior seasons. Personal Full name is Vincent Dellocono... Born Oct. 4, 1993, in Baton Rouge, La... Son of Michael and Melissa Dellocono... Has two older sisters, Stephanie and Holly... Father, Michael, played football at Louisiana Tech... Uncle, Neal, played football at UCLA as well as professionally for the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Oilers... Sister, Stephanie, played tennis at Southern Miss... Majoring in general business.

10 • JOSH FACIANE IF • R/R • 5-10 • 200 • RS-SR. NEW ORLEANS, LA. 2015 (RS-Junior) Started the first 21 games of the season before being sidelined with an injury in finale at Appalachian State... Finished season with 16 total hits (six doubles), 10 RBI and seven runs scored... Collected one hit and one run in season opener against Indiana State... Had one hit and one RBI against Central Arkansas... Was perfect 3-for-3 with one double and one RBI against Grambling State... Also drew a walk against the Tigers... Tallied two hits and two runs in each of the final two games of Stephen F. Austin series... Also had a double and drove in a run in series finale against the Lumberjacks... Recorded one hit in all three games against Sam Houston State... Was 2-for-3 with one double in series opener against Mississippi Valley State.. Finished with one

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Returning Players hit (double), two RBI and one run in finale against the Delta Devils... Had one hit and one run in road contest at Grambling State... Drove in a pair of runs in middle game of Appalachian State series... Made return to diamond in pinch-hitter role in season finale against UL-Lafayette. 2014 (RS-Sophomore) Saw action in 39 games and made 33 starts... Finished season with 22 hits, 16 runs and 14 RBI... Also earned 12 free passes (eight walks, four hitby-pitch)... Was 1-for-3 with two RBI and one run in season-opener against Grand Canyon... Drove in one run in middle game of Grand Canyon series... Scored one run against Western Illinois... Was 1-for-3 with one run and one RBI in series opener at No. 24 Ole Miss... Recorded a hit in four straight games (Southeastern Louisiana, Michigan State, at Samford, at Jackson State)... Also had one RBI against the Spartans, Bulldogs and Tigers... Had one hit in games two and three of series at Troy... Was 1-for-2 with two runs and two RBI in series opener against UALR... Scored two runs in finale against UALR... Had one hit and one run in midweek tilt against Nicholls State... Was a perfect 4-for-4 at the dish with two RBI and one run against FIU... Had two hits, two RBI and one run in series finale at Arkansas State... Was 2-for-4 with one run in game two of South Alabama series... Totaled two hits, one run and one RBI in series opener against Western Kentucky. 2013 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in nine games and made three starts... Made collegiate debut against Wake Forest... First career RBI came against Alcorn State... Followed a day later with one run and one RBI against Alcorn State... Had one hit and one run at Memphis... Also saw action against McNeese State and No. 6 Ole Miss. 2012 (Freshman) Did not see game action and redshirted. Prep Lettered for three seasons at Jesuit High School under coach Joey Latino... Batted .361 with four home runs and 33 RBI for the 2011 Louisiana Class 5A State Champion Blue Jays... Was all-metro, alldistrict and Class 5A All-State honorable mention selection as a senior... Hit at a .418 clip with six home runs, 42 RBI and 16 stolen bases during the 2011 American Legion season. Personal Full name is Joshua Louis Faciane... Born Sept. 4, 1992, in New Orleans, La... Son of John and Amy Faciane... Has an older brother, John Jr... Father played college baseball at Nicholls State... Finance major.

26 • SPENCER HEMPHILL C • R/R • 6-0 • 205 • SO. WEST MONROE, LA.

27 • COLE HENDRIX RHP • R/R • 6-5 • 200 • SO. OLLA, LA.

2015 (Freshman) Saw action in 42 games and made 41 starts, splitting time between catcher and designated hitter... Finished season with 34 total hits, including seven doubles and two homers... Drove in 14 runs and scored 11... Also tallied 16 free passes (15 walks, one hit-by-pitch)... Ranked second on the team with seven sacrifice bunts... Made collegiate debut against Central Arkansas... Was 2-for-4 with one RBI in series opener at Texas State... Notched two hits and three RBI in series finale win over the Bobcats... Had one hit, two RBI and one run in series opener against Mississippi Valley State... Was 2-for-3 with two runs and one RBI in finale against the Delta Devils... Was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate in road tilt at Louisiana Tech... Drove in a pair of runs in series opener against UT Arlington... Was 2-for-4 with one double in finale against the Mavericks... Posted three-straight multiple hit games from April 29 (at Nicholls) to May 2 (game two vs. Troy)... Was 2-for-3 with one run and one RBI at Nicholls... Was 2-for-4 in back-to-back games against Troy... Also drove in one run in game two of series against the Trojans... Had a hit in nine of final 11 games of season.

2015 (Freshman) Missed the first month of the season due to injury and made a total of six appearances and started once during rookie campaign... Finished with a 1.72 ERA in 15.2 innings on the hill... Made collegiate debut with two shutout innings against Grambling State... Needed just 19 pitches to record six outs against the Tigers... Faced the Tigers a week later and tossed three scoreless frames in a road win for the Warhawks... Made only conference appearance of season in series opener against South Alabama... Tossed one inning at Louisiana Tech... Earned the start and pitched 5.2 innings in a no-decision against Nicholls... Made midweek appearance with two shutout frames at Northwestern State.

Prep Four-year letterwinner in baseball at West Ouachita High School in Calhoun, La... Threat at the plate senior season with a .340 average and driving home 30... Racked up 16 extra-base hits with 10 2B, three 3B and three HR... Behind the plate, threw out 81 percent of would be base stealers... Named AllDistrict (2012, 2013, 2014), All-Northeast Louisiana (2013, 2014) and All-State (2013, 2014)... Also lettered three years in football.

Prep Four-year letterwinner in baseball at LaSalle High School in Olla, La... Posted a 7-2 record on the hill with a 2.13 ERA over 45 innings... Struck out 72 batters, giving up only 20 walks... Named All-District and Pitcher of the Year... Also lettered four years in football. Personal Full name is Shannon Cole Hendrix... Born October 11, 1995 in Olla, La... Son of Shane and Tessa Hendrix... Has two younger brothers, Cameron and Cohen... A general studies major.

Personal Full name is Spencer Owen Hemphill... Born on Nov. 4, 1994 in Monroe, La... Son of Steven and Stella Hemphill... Has an older brother, Peyton... A kinesiology major.

7 • ANTHONY HERRERA IF/RHP • R/R • 5-9 • 185 • JR. MCKINNEY, TEXAS 2015 All-Sun Belt Second Team 2015 (Sophomore) Named Second Team All-Sun Belt (utility player)...

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Returning Players Saw action in a total of 44 games with 34 starts in the infield, including the final 33... Tallied 35 total hits (four doubles), with 13 runs scored and four RBI... Had two hits and one RBI in middle game of series at Appalachian State... Pair of hits started a 16-game hitting streak (Mar. 21 - Apr. 12) and a 17game reached base streak (Mar. 21 - Apr. 15)... Had one hit and one run in finale against the Mountaineers... Notched two hits and two runs in road contest at Southeastern Louisiana... Had one hit in all three games against South Alabama... Was 2-for4 at the plate at Louisiana Tech... Tallied one hit in all three games against UT Arlington... Had two hits and one run in win over McNeese State... Had two hits and one run in series opener at Georgia State... Drove in what proved to be game-winning run with a RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning against Arkansas State... Had two hits in both games of doubleheader at Georgia Southern... Tallied two hits, one run and one RBI in series finale against Troy... Was 2-for-4 at plate in series opener against UL-Lafayette... Also logged 24 appearances on the hill... Finished with a 1-2 record with six saves in 32.2 innings of work... Owned a 2.76 ERA and struck out 35 while walking just nine batters... Tossed two scoreless frames with three punchouts against Indiana State... Logged 1.2 innings of work with two strikeouts against Central Arkansas... Tossed a scoreless frame against Grambling State... Saw action in games one and three of Stephen F. Austin Series... Logged 2.2 innings of work against the Lumberjacks... Did not surrender a run in two innings of series finale win against Sam Houston State... Scoreless outing started a streak of seven appearances without surrendering a run (earned or unearned)... Earned first career save in series finale win at Texas State... Earned save with 1.2 scoreless innings in series finale against South Alabama... Notched save with a shutout inning in finale against UT Arlington... Credited with save in midweek finale against McNeese State... Notched first career win with 1.1 shutout innings and two strikeouts in series finale win over Arkansas State... Earned save in series opener against Troy after allowing one hit with one punchout in one inning of work... Notched save in series opener at UALR... Saw action in all three games against the Trojans, logging 2.1 innings of work with just 26 pitches thrown to record seven outs... Tossed two scoreless innings in season finale against UL-Lafayette. 2014 (Freshman) Made 40 appearances in the infield with 28 starts... Batted .252 with 19 RBI and 16 runs... Earned 15 free passes (10 walks, five hit-by-pitch)... Also made eight appearances out of the bullpen and finished season with 8.1 innings of work and allowed just two extra-base hits.... Made collegiate debut with 0.2 innings of work in series finale against Grand Canyon... Logged a season-high with 2.2 innings of work in series finale at No. 3 UL-Lafayette... Recorded first career hit and first career run against Western Illinois... Was 2-for-4 with four RBI in middle contest of series at Samford... Had three hits (two doubles), two RBI and one run against Jackson State... Had one hit and one run in series opener against UALR... Had one hit, two runs and one RBI in middle contest of UALR series... Concluded UALR series with two hits (one double), two runs and one RBI... Drove in one run in midweek contest against No. 15 Alabama... Was 5-for-6 at the dish with five RBI in middle contest of Texas State series... Tallied two hits, two RBI and one run in finale against Texas State... Had one hit and one run in finale at South Alabama... Recorded one hit and one run in middle

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contest of Georgia State series. Prep Was a three-year letterwinner in baseball at McKinney North High School... Batted .467 as a senior and posted a 0.00 ERA en route to a trio of first team honors (All-District, All-Area and All-State)... Earned District 13-4A MVP honors and played in the Texas High School All-Star game... Holds single-season McKinney records in triples and ERA... Was also an Academic All-District selection.

Personal Full name is Christopher Allen Hunt... Born May 22, 1993 in Paducah, Ky... Son of Phil and Molly Hunt... Has an older brother, William... Brother, William, played collegiate golf at Murray State... Majoring in mass communication.

Personal Full name is Anthony Keith Herrera... Born Mar. 4, 1995 in Houston, Texas... Son of George and Tricia Wilson... Has two younger sisters, Hailey and Kylie Wilson... A construction management major.

12 • JOSH LEONE RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 215 • RS-JR. KEITHVILLE, LA.

21 • CHRIS HUNT RHP • R/R • 6-4 • 225 • RS-SR. PADUCAH, KY. 2015 (Senior) Missed season due to injury and redshirted. 2014 (Junior) Made 12 starts and three relief appearances... Finished season with a 2-5 record and 39 punchouts in 58.0 innings of work... Made Warhawk debut against Southern Miss... Recorded back-to-back quality starts against Western Illinois and Michigan State... Allowed two hits and one unearned run with six strikeouts against the Leathernecks... Tossed eight complete innings, allowing one unearned run on three hits while fanning six in win over the Spartans... Earned win in midweek tilt against FIU... Scattered two runs and four hits over four innings on the hill... Allowed one run on four hits in finale at Arkansas State... Final start of the season came in middle contest of UL-Lafayette series. John A. Logan College Two-year letterwinner at John A. Logan College... Posted a 7-5 record with a 2.09 ERA in 77.1 innings of work as a sophomore... Had eight complete games and one no-hitter in 12 starts as a sophomore... Allowed just nine extra-base hits in 296 at-bats and limited opponents to a .240 batting average... Tallied 77 strikeouts and owned a 3.08-to1 strikeout-to-walk ratio... As a freshman, logged 16 innings on the hill, posting a 1-0 record with a 3.38 ERA... Struckout 17 batters as a rookie... Was part of 2012 conference championship team... Also earned NJCAA Academic Honors during two-year stint. Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball at St. Mary’s High School... Was part of one conference championship team during career.

2015 (RS-Sophomore) Made 22 relief appearances and notched one win and three saves in 28.2 innings of work... Made season debut with two innings of work against Grambling State... Tossed a scoreless frame with three strikeouts in win over Sam Houston State... Made relief appearance at Northwestern State... Was winning pitcher in series finale at Texas State... Allowed one hit and one unearned run with one strikeout in two innings against the Bobcats... Tosses a scoreless frame against Mississippi Valley State... Recorded first save of season with two scoreless innings at Appalachian State... Tallied one inning of work at Southeastern Louisiana and at Louisiana Tech... Streak of five straigh appearances with out allowing an earned run ended against UT Arlington... Tossed two scoreless frames in midweek game against McNeese State... Made a pair of appearances at Georgia State... Notched a scoreless inning against Northwestern State... Earned save with perfect frame against Arkansas State... Notched season high with four innings of work in game two of doubleheader at Georgia Southern... Saw action in a pair of games against Troy... Recorded third save of season with a seven-pitch inning in game two of Troy series... Saw action in each of final two weekends of season (at UALR; UL Lafayette). 2014 (RS-Freshman) Made 28 total appearances on the season with three starts... Posted a 3-3 record with 30 strikeouts in 44.0 innings of work... Made collegiate debut with four relief innings in series opener against Grand Canyon... Earned the win after striking out five and allowing two hits and one run in four innings... Earned first career start in midweek contest against Southern Miss... Earned starts against Southeastern Louisiana and Jackson State... Made two relief appearances against UALR... Earned win in series opener against the Trojans after allowing one run on three hits in 2.2 innings of work... Also struck out four batters in the series opener against UALR... Allowed just two batters to reach base in two relief innings at No. 15 Alabama... Tossed two scoreless innings in finale against Texas State... Tossed a scoreless frame against Arkansas State, Grambling State and Western Kentucky... Surrendered two or fewer runs in final 11 appearances of

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ette... Had a two-RBI single in the first inning and picked up another RBI on a fielder’s choice in the eighth inning... Helped ULM fight off elimination against Western Kentucky the following day... Again tallied three RBI with one hit and one run in the win over the Hilltoppers... Finished 2-for-4 with one RBI in the final game of the season against Texas State... Totaled 11 hits, 10 RBI and four runs during an eight-game hitting streak to end the season. Bossier Parish Community College Spent two seasons at Bossier Parish CC under head coach Aaron Voracheck... Was named first team All-Conference after batting .344 with 40 RBI and 31 runs as a sophomore... Finished 2013 season with 19 doubles, 11 triples, four homers and four stolen bases... Also earned Academic All-America honors after sophomore campaign... Tallied 39 total hits (14 doubles) as a rookie with 21 RBI and 13 runs. Prep Was a four-year letterwinner at Benton High School... Was named first team All-District as well as All-Academic all four seasons... Batted .417 in final season. Personal Full name is William Ross Moore... Born May 12, 1992 in Bossier City, La... Son of Hank and Melissa Moore... Has an older brother, Reed, and a younger sister, Kylie...Cousin, Brian Pettway, played collegiate baseball at Ole Miss and spent four seasons (2005-08) in the Toronto Blue Jays system and reached the AA level... Majoring in kinesology.

19 • ROSS MOORE C/IF • R/R • 6-0 • 210 • RS-SR. BENTON, LA.

Pearl River Community College Played two seasons at Pearl River... Freshman season batted .311 with four homers and 36 RBI to help lead team to 2013 South Division Champs 2013... Perfect 7-for-7 in stolen bases... Named Second Team All-State following freshman season... Sophomore season appeared in 49 games, tallying (.294 BA) with four 2B, three 3B and five HR... Drove home 44 runs and scored 31 for the Wildcats... Stole 20 bases over the course of the season. Prep Lettered in baseball at Starkville High School in Starkville, Miss... Held a .468 batting average and named to the All-State team over senior season... Named back-to-back Offensive MVP junior and senior seasons... Back-to-back All-District team honors sophomore and junior seasons... Was also a letterwinner in cross country. Personal Full name is Nathaniel Aaron Pugh... Born Nov. 12, 1993 in Monroe, La... Son of Perry and Kimberly Pugh... Has two younger brothers, Thomas and Caleb... A health studies pre-profession major.

2014 Sun Belt Conference All-Tournament Team 2015 (Senior) Had surgery during fall and redshirted season. 2014 (Junior) Saw action in 42 games and made 35 starts... Finished season with a .274 average with 11 extra base hits, 17 runs and 17 RBI... Was also perfect in the field in 97 chances... Made Warhawk debut against Southern Miss and finished 1-for-1 (double) and two walks... Was 3-for-4 with one RBI against Western Illinois... Had one hit and one RBI in win over Michigan State... Tallied one hit and one run in middle game of UL-Lafayette series... First homer as a Warhawk came in series finale against UALR... Solo homer against UALR kickstarted an eightgame hitting streak... Totaled two hits, including a double, one run and one RBI in midweek tilt against Nicholls State... Had one hit in all three games at UT Arlington... Finished with a double, one RBI and one run at Northwestern State... Was 2-for-4 with two runs and one RBI in finale against Texas State... Matched season-high with three hits in regular season finale at No. 3 UL-Lafayette... Finished the game against the Ragin’ Cajuns with two doubles, one RBI and one run... Paced the Warhawk offense at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament and was named to the All-Tournament team... Finished tied for the tournament lead with seven RBI in three games (UT Arlington’s Matt Shortall had seven RBI in four games)... Finished with a .364 (4-for-11) batting average at the SBC Tournament... Drove in three runs in tournament-opener against top-seed UL-Lafay-

hits (double, homer) and four RBI in win over Grambling State... Had at least one hit and one run in all three games against Mississippi Valley State... Drove in a pair of runs in middle contest at Appalachian State... Was 3-for-4 in series opener against South Alabama... Tallied two hits in the series opener against UT Arlington... Notched a pair of hits in series finale against the Mavericks... Finished 2-for-4 (double, triple) with one RBI against Northwestern State... Notched two hits (homer), two RBI and one run in home contest against Louisiana Tech... Recorded at least one hit in nine of final 12 games... Had two hits, one RBI and one run in middle game of Troy series... Tallied three hits, including two doubles, and four RBI in series opener at UALR... Had two hits (double, homer), three runs and two RBI in finale against the Trojans... Was 2-for-4 with two RBI in season finale against UL-Lafayette.

41 • NATHAN PUGH CF • L/L • 6-4 • 205 • SR. STARKVILLE, MISS. 2015 (Junior) Saw action in 54 games and made 53 starts in center field... Led the Warhawks with 14 stolen bases in 2015... Finished third on the team in batting average (.294), hits (59), RBI (33), runs (30) and homers (six)... Was tied for second on the club in doubles (14) and triples (three)... Was named Second Team All-Sun Belt as a utility player by College Sports Madness... Recorded at least one hit in 13 of first 15 games... Made Warhawk debut as starting center fielder against Indiana State... Finished 2-for-3 (triple) with one RBI against the Sycamores... Tallied two hits (one home run), one RBI and one run against Central Arkansas... Tallied three hits, three RBI and one run in doubleheader against Stephen F. Austin... Was 3-for-4 with one run in series opener against Sam Houston State... In all, tallied six hits (two doubles), three runs, one RBI in series sweep of the Bearkats... Was 3-for-4 with three runs and one RBI in series finale win at Texas State... Had three

14 • MATTHEW REEVES LHP • L/L • 5-9 • 170 • JR. MONROE, LA. 2015 (Sophomore) Logged a total of nine relief appearances... Made Warhawk debut with scoreless frame against Grambling State in opening weekend finale... Pitched one inning in road tilt at Northwestern State... Tossed a perfect frame against both Grambling State and Mississippi Valley State... Made Sun Belt debut at Appalachian State... Missed a portion of the season and returned to action against Arkansas State... Also saw action against Southern Miss,

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Athlete Scholar while at Mississippi Delta.

Bossier Parish Community College Played one season at Bossier Parish Community College, making 18 appearances on the mound for the Cavaliers… 4.37 ERA over 35 innings on the hill, punching out 22 batters.

Prep Three-year letterwinner in baseball and team captain at Houston High School in Houston, Miss... Posted a .365 averaged with eight HR in final season... All-State, All-District and MVP honors over prep career.

Prep A four-year letter winner in baseball at Neville High School in Monroe, La… Named First Team AllDistrict and All-Northeast all four seasons… Named District MVP his senior year… Also a three-year letterwinner in football.

Personal Full name is Jonathan Daniel Springer... Born May 15, 1994 in Houston, Miss... Son of Jamie and Laurie Springer... Has an older brother, Tracy, and a younger brother, Bo... A general studies major.

Personal Full name is Matthew William Reeves… Born Sept. 24, 1993 in Monroe, La… Son of Daran Reeves and Joani Roberts… Has two older brothers, Thomas and Taylor… Father, Daran, played basketball at the University of Arkansas at Monticello and brother, Taylor, played one season of baseball at Louisiana Tech… A business major.

3-for-4 with three RBI and one run scored in series opener against Texas State... Had one hit, one run and one RBI in all three games at Arkansas State... Scored two runs in series finale at South Alabama... Was 2-for-4 in series opener against Georgia State... Two-hit performance against Georgia State started an eight-game hitting streak... Finished with one hit and one run in each of final two games against the Panthers... Had one hit, two RBI and one run in series opener against No. 3 UL-Lafayette... Finished with one double and one run in Sun Belt Tournament game against Western Kentucky. Bossier Parish Community College Spent two seasons, including one redshirt season, at Bossier Parish Community College... Batted .267 during 2013 season with nine doubles, four triples and four homers... Scored 32 runs and drove in 19. Prep Was a two-sport athlete (football and baseball) at Tioga High School. Personal Full name is Jacob Steven Stockton... Born Sept. 26, 1992 in Alexandria, La... Son of Angie and the late Steve Stockton... Has a younger brother, Landon... Father, Steve, was an All-American javelin thrower at Northwestern State... Grandfather, Walker Ogden, was an offensive lineman at Baylor... Great uncle played and coached at ULM... Majoring in business.

13 • JACOB STOCKTON OF • R/R • 6-4 • 225 • RS-SR. TIOGA, LA.

51 • DANNY SPRINGER 1B • R/R • 6-6 • 240 • SR. HOUSTON, MISS. 2015 (Junior) Started 52 games and tied for the squad lead in home runs (nine)... Finished second on the club with 34 RBI and fourth in both runs scored (29) and batting average (.271)... First hit and run as a Warhawk came against Central Arkansas... Tallied one hit (homer) and three RBI in win over Grambling State... Had three hits (all doubles) and three runs scored in Stephen F. Austin series... Had two hits, two RBI and two runs in series finale win at Texas State... Finished with five total hits in Mississippi Valley State series... Had two hits (double, homer), three RBI and two runs at Grambling State... Drove in a pair of runs in series finale win at Appalachian State... Tallied two RBI in road contest at Southeastern Louisiana... Was 3-for-5 with two RBI in series opener against UT Arlington... Finished 3-for-4 with a homer, two runs and two RBI in win over McNeese State... Notched two hits, three RBI and two runs in the first two games of series at Georgia State... Recorded at least one hit in 11 of final 13 games... Finished with six hits (four doubles), two RBI and two runs in series at Georgia Southern... Had two hits, two runs and one RBI in series opener at UALR. Mississippi Delta Community College Went deep 11 times freshman season, the fifthhighest total in the country... Averaged .343 at the plate with 24 of his 47 hits going for extra bases... Scored 36 runs his rookie season... Finished in Top20 in slugging percentage... Named Male-Student

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2015 (RS- Junior) Started a total of 46 games... Finished with 40 hits (seven extra-base hits), 20 runs and 18 RBI... Earned six base on balls and stole eight bases... Drove in one run in season opener against Indiana State... Had one RBI in win over Grambling State... Tallied five hits, two RBI and one run in three-game series against Stephen F. Austin... Had two hits (one double), with two RBI and one run in middle game of Sam Houston State series... Had at least one hit in each of the next five games (Sam Houston State; at Northwestern State; Mississippi Valley State [2 games]; at Grambling State)... Had one hit and one run in middle game of Appalachian State series... Had two hits (one triple) with two runs scored at Louisiana Tech... Drove in a pair of runs and scored once in midweek game against McNeese State... Had one hit and two RBI in series opener at Georgia State... Was 3-for-4 with one RBI in series opener against Arkansas State... Tallied at least one hit in eight of the final 10 games of season. 2014 (RS-Sophomore) Saw action in 50 games and made 49 starts... Totaled 42 hits with 14 for extra bases, 27 runs and 19 RBI... Drew 14 walks and was hit by two pitches during the season... Made Warhawk debut in season opener against Grand Canyon and scored one run... Collected two hits (one triple) and one run in game two of Grand Canyon series... Finished 4-for-5 (two doubles) with three runs against Western Illinois... Was 2-for-4 at Nicholls State... Was 1-for-2 at the plate in road game at Jackson State... Finished with two doubles and three runs scored in series finale at Troy... finished UALR series with four hits, four RBI and two runs scored... Was 3-for-4 at the plate with one run scored in midweek tilt against Nicholls State... Had one hit and one RBI in series opener at UT Arlington... Posted one hit and one run in series finale against the Mavericks... Was

6 • CODY STONE OF • L/L • 5-11 • 185 • RS-SR. WEST MONROE, LA. 2015 (RS-Junior) Saw action in 25 games and made 23 starts... Tallied 12 hits, including four doubles) with 14 runs scored and four RBI... Also earned 14 free passes (11 walks, four hit-by-pitch)... Reached base three times (hit, walk, hit-by-pitch) and scored one run in season opener against Indiana State... Had two hits and one run scored against Central Arkansas... Scored a pair of runs in win over Grambling State... Had one hit and one run in all three games against Stephen F. Austin... Also drove in two runs in middle game of series against the Lumberjacks... Collected one hit in each of first two games against Sam Houston State... Tallied one hit, one RBI and one run in series finale at Appalachian State... Was 2-for-4 in middle game of Arkansas State series... Had one hit and one run in series finale against the Red Wolves... Had one hit and one run in midweek tilt at Nicholls State. 2014 (RS-Sophomore) Appeared in 30 games and made 17 starts... Tallied 10 hits (one homer), 14 runs and six RBI... Also

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Returning Players earned 12 free passes (seven walks, five hit-bypitch)... Made first career start against Western Illinois... First collegiate hit came in middle game of Southeastern Louisiana series... Also scored one run against the Lions... Drove in one run in series opener at Samford... Reached base twice and scored two runs in middle game of UALR series... Scored three runs and drove in another in series finale against UALR... Had one hit in midweek contest at No. 15 Alabama... Had one hit, one run and one RBI against FIU... Belted first career home run over the wall in right field at Arkansas State... Finished the middle game of the three-game series with two hits, three RBI and two runs scored... Had one hit and two runs in the series finale against the Red Wolves... Had one hit and one run in the series opener against Georgia State. 2013 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in nine games, serving primarily as a pinch runner or pinch hitter... First collegiate at-bat came against Wake Forest... Recorded one putout in the outfield against Alcorn State... Saw action in four league games (at UL-Lafayette, at UALR, South Alabama [twice]). 2012 (Freshman) Did not see game action and redshirted. Prep Three-year letterwinner at West Monroe High School for coach Mark Simms... Batted .430 with 15 doubles and 36 stolen bases as a senior for the Rebels... LSWA Class 5A all-state honorable mention, two-time All-Northeast Louisiana and three-time all-district selection... Named academic all-state in baseball and football... Member of the 2009 LHSAA Class 5A Football State Championship team. Personal Full name is Cody Kendall Stone... Born July 13, 1992, in West Monroe, La... Son of Scott and Cindy Stone... Younger brother, Cade, is a junior on the ULM baseball team... Father played baseball at ULM... A business major.

double and one run in middle game of Appalachian State series... Finished 2-for-3 with one double and one run in series finale against South Alabama... Notched five hits and three runs scored in doubleheader against UT Arlington... Had four hits, three runs, one RBI in back-to-back wins over McNeese State... Walked a total of four times, including three walks in finale, at Georgia Southern... Scored twice in series finale win against the Eagles... Tallied at least one hit in seven of final nine games of season. 2014 (Sophomore) Saw action in 20 games and made 19 starts... Finished season with three extra-base hits, five runs and three RBI... Finished with a double and one run in season opener against Grand Canyon... Was 2-for-3 with one double and one run in win over Michigan State... Reached base safely twice (hit, hitby-pitch) in finale at Samford... Had one hit and one run in back-to-back games against Jackson State... Was 2-for-4 with one run against Grambling State. 2013 (Freshman) Appeared in 34 games and made 28 starts behind the plate... Finished rookie season with eight runs, five RBI and four XBH (two doubles, two homeruns)... Made collegiate debut against Alcorn State and scored a run... First career hit came in win over No. 24 Southern Miss... Finished 2-for-4 including first career homer at FIU... Had two hits and three RBI in series opener at Middle Tennessee... Collected second homer of season in opening game at UL-Lafayette. Prep Earned a total of five letters at Lewisburg High School... As a senior, batted .326 with five homeruns, eight doubles and 28 RBI... Set a Lewisburg HS record with 34 walks in a single season... Was named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and earned all-state honors as a senior... Tabbed all-conference and all-district three consecutive years (sophomore, junior and senior seasons)... Part of Marucci Elite squad that advanced to the 2010 World Wooden Bat National Championship in Ft. Myers, Fla. Personal Full name is Dalton Graham Todd... Born Oct. 11, 1993, in Memphis, Tenn... Son of Dewayne and Renee Todd... Has a younger brother, Clayton... Majoring in criminal justice.

37 • GARRETT WALTERS C • R/R • 6-0 • 200 • SR. ALABASTER, ALA. 2015 (Junior) Saw action in 10 games during 2015 season... Made season debut in road contest at Northwestern State... Was 1-for-2 at dish in reserve role in midweek game against Nicholls State... Drove in a run in series opener at Georgia State... Collected one hit in series finale at Georgia State. 2014 (Sophomore) Appeared in five games and made one start... Warhawk debut came in series finale against Grand Canyon... Saw action at Troy and against UALR... First hit and RBI as a Warhawk came in midweek contest against Nicholls State... Earned starting catcher nod in finale at UT Arlington and finished contest 1-for-3 at the dish. Calhoun Community College Played one season of baseball at Calhoun Community College... Threw out 58 percent of would-be base stealers during season. Prep Was a three-year letterwinner at Thompson High School... Was named to the Alabama Top-100 North Team following senior season... Finished prep career with a batting average over .300. Personal Full name is Garrett Luke Walters... Nickname is Frosty... Born Oct. 29, 1993 in Brandon, Miss... Son of Kent and Beth Walters... Has a younger brother, Jake... Father, Kent, played collegiate baseball at Mississippi State... Cousin, Corey White, played baseball at Louisiana Tech from 2010-13... Grandfather, Jack White, was the director of ULM’s Sound of Today for 21 years... Majoring in marketing.

11 • DALTON TODD C • R/R • 5-11 • 175 • SR. OLIVE BRANCH, MISS. 2015 (Junior) Appeared in 37 games and made 35 starts... Tallied 27 total hits, including seven doubles, with 17 runs and six RBI... Also earned 26 free passes (23 walks, three hit-by-pitch)... Had one hit and two runs in game two of doubleheader against Stephen F. Austin... Drove in a pair of runs in game two of Sam Houston State series... Had one hit and one run in win over Grambling State... Was 2-for-3 with one

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Newcomers Appeared in 10 total games as a rookie and finished with a 1-0 record behind a 2.70 ERA and seven strikeouts in 6.2 innings on the hill... An Academic All-State honoree while at Hinds.

36 • TREY AUGER LHP • L/L • 5-11 • 185 • RS-SO. OAK GROVE, LA. Bossier Parish Community College Played for head coach Aaron Vorcheck at Bossier Parish Community College... Earned All-Conference honors as a rookie and was selected to play in the NJCAA All-Star Game (missed game due to injury)... Finished with a 4-2 record and one save in 14 appearances... Posted a 1.73 ERA in 52.0 innings of work with 25 strikeouts... Tossed three consecutive complete games and only allowed three earned runs during the 27 inning stretch. Prep Played baseball at Oak Grove High School for coach Brad Nix... Posted a 10-2 record as a senior en route to District MVP accolades... Earned a total of three All-Conference honors, including a pair of First Team selections... Part of the Tigers’ squad that advanced to the 2011 state championship.

Prep Played baseball for Todd Montgomery at Central Hinds Academy... Posted a 16-6 career record and a 2.91 ERA... Finished with an 8-3 mark as a senior... Struck out 75 and notched a 1.86 ERA in 64.0 innings of work... Hold single-season school records for wins (eight) and innings pitched (64.0)... Was named All-District, District MVP, All-State and was selected to the All-Star team following senior season... Squad claimed the District Championship in 2013... Also earned All-District honors as a junior... Was the school’s Honor Society President and named to Headmaster’s List every year at Central Hinds. Personal Full name is Thomas Keller Bradford... Born January 8, 1995 in Jackson, Miss... Son of Chad and Jenny Bradford... Has a younger sister and a younger brother... Father played collegiate baseball at Hinds CC and Southern Miss... Was a 13th round selection by the Chicago White Sox in the 1996 MLB First-Year Player Draft and spent 14 seasons in Major League Baseball, playing with the Chicago White Sox (199800), Oakland Athletics (2001-2004), Boston Red Sox (2005), New York Mets (2006), Baltimore Orioles (2007-08) and Tampa Bay Rays (2008-09)... Enjoys deer hunting... A kinesiology major.

Personal Full name is Thomas Williard Auger III... Born April 30, 1994 in Bastrop, La... Son of Dion and Michelle Auger... Enjoys going hunting... Majoring in kinesiology and minoring in criminal justice.

23 • TYLER COX IF/OF/RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 230 • JR. BRANDON, MISS. Hinds Community College Played two seasons at Hinds Community College for coach Sam Temple... Was part of team that finished runner-up in the 2014 JUCO World Series... Helped team claim state championship in 2015 and earned All-State honors... Saw action in 42 games as a sophomore and finished with a .323 batting average (42 hits in 130 at-bats)... Finished with 20 extra base hits (13 doubles, one triple, six home runs)... Drove in 37 runs and scored 33... Earned 20 walks on the season and finished with a .442 on-base percentage... Recorded 12 multiple-hit games and notched a .577 slugging percentage.... Appeared in 35 games as a rookie and finished with 15 total hits including a double and three homers... Tallied 14 runs and drove in 10... Also logged three relief appearances totaling 3.1 innings in first collegiate season. Prep Was a three-year letterwinner in baseball at Brandon High School... Was named First Team All-Metro and First Team All-State (coaches’ pick) after batting .470 as a senior.

22 • BLAKE BUCKMAN IF/RHP • R/R • 6-0 • 190 • FR. SHREVEPORT, LA.

Personal Full name is Tyler Lamar Cox... Born on May 12, 1995 in Houston, Texas... Son of Marty and Elizabeth Cox... Has two younger brothers... Majoring in general business.

Prep Played baseball at Evangel Christian Academy for head coach Tim Hulett... Was named All-State following junior and senior seasons... Part of Evangel’s back-to-back state championship squads (2013 & 2014)... Was also a member of the Eagles’ football squad.

44 • KELLER BRADFORD RHP • R/R • 6-0 • 175 • JR. RAYMOND, MISS. Hinds Community College Played two seasons for Sam Temple at Hinds Community College... Part of Eagles’ squad that finished runner-up at the 2014 JUCO World Series... Team also claimed the state championship in 2015... Saw action in 13 games in 2015 and notched one win and one save... Posted a 1.54 ERA with eight stikeouts in 11.2 innings of work... Did not surrender an earned run in 11 of 13 appearances in 2015...

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Personal Full name is Blake Andrew Buckman... Born July 25, 1996 in Shreveport, La... Son of Brad and Shellie Buckman... Has two sisters... Playing guitar and drums listed as hobbies... A biology major.

28 • ETHAN DAILY LHP • L/L • 6-3 • 205 • FR. START, LA. Prep Spent final two prep seasons at Ouachita High School and played for coach Josh Morrison... Was a

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Newcomers three-time All-District selection in baseball (2013, 2014, 2015)... Also earned All-Northeast Louisiana honors in 2015 after batting .350 with two homers, 29 RBI and a .600 on-base percentage at the dish... Posted a 1.06 ERA as a senior in 32 innings of work with 70 strikeouts... Was also a two-time Academic All-District honoree (2012, 2013)... Began high school career at Rayville High School where he was a three-sport athlete in basketball, baseball and football. Personal Full name is Ethan Clay Daily... Born May 29, 1997 in West Monroe, La... Son of Ronald and Ashley Daily... Father was a member of the ULM track and field team from 1981-85... Grandfather, Derek, was a member of the ULM track and field team from 1959-60... Uncle, William Ryan, was part of the gymnastics squad at Mount Claire State from 196669... Enjoys hanging out with friends and listening to music.

34 • HAYDEN FROST RHP • R/R • 6-4 • 220 • FR. WEST MONROE, LA. Prep Played four seasons of baseball at West Monroe High School... Was named First Team All-District, All-Northeast Louisiana and All-State... Also played football at West Monroe, including three seasons under the late Don Shows. Personal Full name is Hayden Rock Frost... Born March 26, 1996 in West Monroe, La... Son of Rock and Arden Frost... Has a younger sister... Cousin, Kyle Moncrief, played minor league baseball in the Cincinnati Reds organization... A construction management major.

32 • DEREK MARTIN RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 225 • JR. FLORA, MISS.

5 • NATHAN REYNOLDS SS • R/R • 6-0 • 175 • JR. CORVALLIS, ORE.

Hinds Community College Played two seasons for Sam Temple at Hinds Community College... Was named NJCAA National Pitcher of the Week, MACJC All-State Second Team and Academic All-State during junior college career... Part of Eagles’ squad that finished runner-up at the 2014 JUCO World Series... Team also claimed the state championship in 2015... Posted a perfect 6-0 mark with one save as a sophomore... Tossed a no-hitter during season... Posted a 4.03 ERA and 47 strikeouts in 67.0 innings on the hill... Surrendered just 13 walks in 16 appearances during second season at Hinds CC... Appeared in 24 games as a rookie and posted a 4-2 record with two saves in 33.1 innings of work with 29 strikeouts... Tallied two hits in four at-bats and drove in two runs and scored one.

Feather River College Played two seasons for Terry Baumgartner at Feather River College in Quincy, Calif... Was named Preseason All-American prior to sophomore season... Was twice a unanimous First Team All-Conference Selection... Part of the Golden Eagles back-to-back conference championship squads... Appeared in 44 games as a sophomore, batted .359 (70 hits in 195 at-bats) with 22 extra base hits (19 doubles, three triples, three home runs)... Tallied 23 multiple-hit games... Scored 49 runs and drove in 41 while stealing 21 bases (23 attempts)... Notched 21 walks and finished with an on-base percentage of .441 while tallying a .518 slugging percentage... Played in 30 games as a rookie and finished with a .330 batting average (34 hits in 103 at-bats)... Record 10 multiple-hit contests... Tallied 13 extra base hits (11 doubles, one triple, one homer)... Scored 34 runs and drove in 15... Was perfect 16-for-16 in stolen bases and finished with .385 on-base percentage and .485 slugging percentage.

Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball under head coach Ricky Owens at Tri County Academy... Part of Rebels’ squad that claimed the 2013 state championship... Earned numerous honors during prep career... Was named to the All-MAIS team as well as earning MAIS Player of the Year Honors and District MVP honors all four years... Named a MAIS All-Star as well as the District’s Best Offensive Player and Best Defensive Player... An All-Metro Selection and selected as a Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee... Posted a 0.96 ERA in 53 innings of work as a senior... Finished with a 5-1 record and 87 strikeouts... Batted .435 with eight homers and 44 RBI... Posted a 1.89 ERA with three wins and 42 punchouts in 30 innings as a junior... Batted .448 with 10 homers and 42 RBI... Notched a perfect 10-0 record as a sophomore with a 2.88 ERA and 85 strikeouts in 54 innings of work.. Finished with a .488 batting average with eight home runs and 35 RBI... Was also a member of the basketball team at Tri County and was part of squad that won the state championship in 2012. Personal Full name is Derek Levon Martin... Born October 5, 1994 in Jackson, Miss... Son of Hank and Paula Martin... Has two sisters... Hobbies include hunting, fishing and spending time with friends... A prephysical therapy major.

Prep Was a three-year baseball letterwinner under the direction of Eric Dazey at Corvallis High School... Was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection and was named First Team All-State once... Also a member of the Spartans’ basketball and football teams during high school career. Personal Full name is Nathan Larry Reynolds... Born August 7, 1995 in Corvallis, Ore... Son of Tim Reynolds and Julie Wood-Reynolds... Has an older sister... Uncle, Harold Reynolds, played 13 professional seasons, spending time with the Seattle Mariners (1983-92), the California Angels (1993) and the Baltimore Orioles (1994)... Uncle, Donnie Reynolds, played in the San Diego Padres organization for four years... Uncle, Larry Reynolds, played collegiate baseball at Stanford... Lists swimming and golf as hobbies... A general studies major.

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Newcomers innings of work... Also earned All-Metro and AllState honors following senior campaign... Tossed a one-hitter with 14 strikeouts and hit a homer on senior night. Personal Full name is Tyler Jeffrey Schwaner... Born May 11, 1994 in Mandeville, La... Son of Jeff and Yvonne Schwaner... Father played collegiate baseball at Louisiana Tech (1985-88)... Grandfather, Tom, played collegiate baseball at Loyola University New Orleans and professionally in the St. Louis Cardinals organization... Grandfather also coached collegiately at the University of New Orleans... Enjoys playing golf, playing video games and working out... Majoring in risk management and insurance.

38 • KYLE SCHIMPF 1B • L/R • 6-1 • 220 • FR. COVINGTON, LA. Prep Played at St. Paul’s for head coach Mick Nunez... Was a three-time All-District selection, including a pair of First Team honors... Team leader in hitting as a senior, posting a .435 batting average with 18 doubles, two home runs and 53 RBI. Personal Full named is Kyle Michael Schimpf... Born November 8, 1996 in Metairie, La... Son of Craig and Pamela Schimpf... Has two older brothers, Kevin and Ryan... Brother, Ryan, played collegiate baseball at LSU (2007-09) and was drafted in the fifth round by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft -- Currently in the San Diego Padres organization and finished the 2015 season with the organization’s Triple A Affiliate (El Paso Chihuahuas)... Hobbies include baseball, basketball and working out.

4 • CADE STONE OF • L/R • 5-10 • 180 • JR. WEST MONROE, LA. LSU-Eunice Played for Jeff Willis and was part of the Bengals National Championship squad in 2015... Appeared in 52 total games and finished with a .344 batting average (63 hits in 183 at-bats) with 55 runs and 51 RBI... Tallied 22 extra base hits (15 doubles, three triples, four home runs)... Also earned 31 free passes (26 BB, 5 HBP)... Finished with 21 mutliple hit games and stole 19 bases (23 attempts)... Tallied a .431 onbase percentage and a .525 slugging percentage. LSU Spent freshman season at LSU... Appeared in 17 games and made two starts... Tallied four total hits with one double and one triple... Scored 11 runs and drove in one.

40 • TYLER SCHWANER RHP • R/R • 5-11 • 210 • JR. MANDEVILLE, LA. Jones County Junior College Spent two seasons at Jones County Junior College for then-head coach Chrisitan Ostrander... Saw action in 18 games and made two starts as a sophomore... Finished with a 3-3 record and one save with a 2.84 ERA and 30 strikeouts in 38.0 innings on the mound... Did not surrender a run in 12 of his 18 appearances in 2015. Prep Played for his father, Jeff Schwaner, at Northlake Christian School... Was named All-District and the District Pitcher of the Year after notching an 8-3 record with a 1.89 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 74.0

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Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball at West Monroe High School... Was a four-time All-District selection in baseball as well as a four-year AllNortheast Louisiana selection... Twice named AllState and was named All-Northeast Louisiana MVP as a senior in 2013... Finished with a .455 batting average with eight homers and 32 stolen bases during final prep season in 2013... Also played football and was a four-year letterwinner for the late Don Shows... Was a four-time All-District selection in football and part of two state championship squads (2009, 2012). Personal Full name is Scotty Cade Stone... Born December 28, 1993 in Monroe, La... Son of Scott and Cindy Stone... Older brother, Cody, is a senior on the ULM baseball team... Father played baseball at ULM... Enjoys hunting in free time... A general studies major.

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Career Statistics

1 • BRIAN BAREFOOT Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2015 .320 26 4 25 4 TOTAL .320 26 4 25 4

H 8 8

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 5 11 0 5 11

SLG% .440 .440

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 1 0 5 0 .346 0 1 0 0 4 7 1 .917 1 0 5 0 .346 0 1 0 0 4 7 1 .917

3 • VINCENT DELLOCONO

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 2013 2014 .083 22 5 24 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 2015 .188 15 2 16 3 3 1 0 0 2 4 TOTAL .125 37 7 40 7 5 2 0 0 4 7

SLG% BB ---Redshirted--.125 4 .250 2 .175 6

HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 0 0 0

8 1 4 1 12 2

.214 .278 .239

0 0 0

1 0 1

2 2 0 0 2 2

21 5 26

1 0 1

0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000

6 • CODY STONE

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2013 .000 9 0 5 0 2014 .149 30 17 67 14 2015 .141 25 23 85 14 TOTAL .140 64 40 157 28

H 0 10 12 22

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 0 0 1 6 13 0 4 12 1 10 25

SLG% .000 .194 .141 .159

BB 0 7 11 18

HBP 0 5 3 8

SO GDP 2 0 12 1 23 0 37 1

OB% .000 .278 .260 .261

SF 0 0 1 1

SH 0 8 3 11

SB ATT 0 0 2 3 3 5 5 8

PO A E 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 7 0 0

FLD% 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000

3B 1 0 1

HR RBI TB 0 19 34 0 6 39 0 25 73

SLG% .306 .281 .292

BB 10 5 15

HBP 5 2 7

SO GDP 15 4 17 2 32 6

OB% .341 .288 .313

SF 0 0 0

SH 3 13 16

SB ATT 1 5 3 5 4 10

PO A E 32 48 8 83 108 7 115 156 15

FLD% .909 .965 .948

7 • ANTHONY HERRERA Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2014 .252 38 28 111 16 2015 .252 36 34 139 13 TOTAL .252 74 62 250 29 Pitching Year ERA 2014 7.56 2015 2.76 TOTAL 3.73

W 0 1 1

H 28 35 63

2B 4 4 8

L App GS CG 0 8 0 0 2 24 0 0 2 32 0 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 2 0 2

SV IP 0 8.1 6 32.2 6 41.0

H R ER 14 12 7 30 10 10 44 22 17

BB 4 9 13

SO 2 35 37

2B 0 3 3

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 2 4

BF 43 136 179

B/Avg .368 .254 .282

WP 1 1 2

HBP 1 3 4

BK 1 1 2

SFA SHA 0 0 3 3 3 3

SHO CBO 0 0 0 1 0 1

SV IP 0 31.2 0 26.2 0 58.1

H R ER 36 27 23 26 12 11 62 39 34

BB 22 6 28

SO 16 11 27

2B 15 4 19

3B 1 0 1

HR 2 2 4

BF 155 106 261

B/Avg .295 .271 .284

WP 6 1 7

HBP 6 1 7

BK 3 0 3

SFA SHA 1 4 2 1 3 5

9 • PAYTON CODDOU Pitching Year ERA 2014 6.54 2015 3.71 TOTAL 5.25

W 0 1 1

L App GS CG 3 15 3 0 1 11 4 0 4 26 7 0

10 • JOSH FACIANE Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2013 .125 9 3 8 2 2014 .185 39 33 119 16 2015 .232 22 21 69 7 TOTAL .199 70 57 196 25

H 1 22 16 39

2B 0 0 6 6

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 2 1 0 14 22 0 10 22 0 26 45

SLG% .125 .185 .319 .230

BB 3 8 4 15

HBP 0 4 1 5

SO GDP 1 0 31 3 14 1 46 4

OB% .364 .258 .276 .269

SF 0 1 2 3

SH 0 8 2 10

SB ATT 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 5

PO A E 10 5 0 45 76 13 32 50 7 87 131 20

FLD% 1.000 .903 .921 .916

H 13 9 27 49

2B 2 3 7 12

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 2 5 21 0 3 12 0 6 34 2 14 67

SLG% .263 .226 .330 .284

BB 7 6 23 36

HBP 1 4 3 8

SO GDP 29 1 14 1 27 2 70 4

OB% .239 .302 .402 .329

SF 0 0 3 3

SH 3 0 3 6

SB ATT 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 5

PO A E 172 33 5 128 17 6 129 24 5 429 74 16

FLD% .976 .960 .968 .969

11 • DALTON TODD Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2013 .163 34 28 80 8 2014 .170 20 19 53 5 2015 .262 37 35 103 17 TOTAL .208 91 82 236 30

12 • JOSH LEONE

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP 2013 2014 8.18 3 3 28 3 0 0 0 0 44.0 2015 4.08 1 4 22 0 0 0 0 3 28.2 TOTAL 6.56 4 7 50 3 0 0 0 3 72.2

H R ER ---Redshirted--58 47 40 26 15 13 84 62 53

BB SO 2B

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA

19 30 14 10 13 5 29 43 19

2 0 2

6 1 7

219 .320 125 .250 344 .295

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8 7 15

0 2 2

5 1 6

6 3 9

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13 • JACOB STOCKTON Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2014 .246 50 49 171 27 2015 .248 46 46 161 20 TOTAL .247 96 95 332 47

H 42 40 82

2B 10 5 15

3B 3 1 4

HR RBI TB 1 19 61 1 18 50 2 37 111

SLG% .357 .311 .334

BB 14 6 20

HBP 1 0 1

SO GDP 45 3 37 1 82 4

OB% .303 .271 .288

SF 2 3 5

SH 6 4 10

SB ATT 4 6 8 11 12 17

PO A E 90 5 3 93 3 0 183 8 3

FLD% .969 1.000 .985

14 • MATTHEW REEVES

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG 2015 12.27 0 0 9 0 0 TOTAL 12.27 0 0 9 0 0

SHO CBO 0 2 0 2

SV IP 0 7.1 0 7.1

H R ER BB SO 2B 12 14 10 4 3 4 12 14 10 4 3 4

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 0 41 .375 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 41 .375 2 2 0 2 1

16 • WILL DANIELS Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2015 .206 18 6 34 2 TOTAL .206 18 6 34 2

H 7 7

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 0 8 0 0 8

SLG% .235 .235

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 4 2 11 1 .325 0 0 0 0 48 4 3 .945 4 2 11 1 .325 0 0 0 0 48 4 3 .945

18 • CHANCE DeFRIEND

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 2015 TOTAL - - - - - - - - - - -

SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% ---Redshirted--- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

19 • ROSS MOORE

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 2014 .274 42 35 124 17 34 9 0 2 17 49 2015 TOTAL .274 42 35 124 17 34 9 0 2 17 49

SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% .395 16 0 28 2 .352 2 2 0 0 92 5 0 1.000 ---Redshirted--.395 16 0 28 2 .352 2 2 0 0 92 5 0 1.000

20 • CHASE CATER

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP 2015 TOTAL - - - - - - - - - -

H R ER BB SO 2B ---Redshirted--- - - - - -

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21 • CHRIS HUNT

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 2014 5.43 2 5 15 12 0 0 0 0 58.0 76 48 35 26 39 16 2015 ---Redshirted--TOTAL 5.43 2 5 15 12 0 0 0 0 58.0 76 48 35 26 39 16

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 7 286 .304 6 5 5 1 4 0

7

286 .304

6

5

5

1

4

25 • JUSTIN CROUCH Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2015 .091 13 3 22 1 TOTAL .091 13 3 22 1

H 2 2

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 1 3 0 1 3

SLG% .136 .136

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2 0 7 0 .167 0 0 0 0 2 8 0 1.000 2 0 7 0 .167 0 0 0 0 2 8 0 1.000

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB 2 14 47 2 14 47

SLG% .359 .359

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 15 1 22 2 .340 0 7 0 1 161 22 8 .958 15 1 22 2 .340 0 7 0 1 161 22 8 .958

26 • SPENCER HEMPHILL Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 2015 .260 42 41 131 11 34 7 TOTAL .260 42 41 131 11 34 7

27 • COLE HENDRIX

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG 2015 12.27 0 0 9 0 0 TOTAL 12.27 0 0 9 0 0

28

SHO CBO 0 2 0 2

SV IP 0 7.1 0 7.1

H R ER BB SO 2B 12 14 10 4 3 4 12 14 10 4 3 4

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 0 41 .375 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 41 .375 2 2 0 2 1

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29 • BRANDON BELL

Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 2014 ---Redshirted--2015 3.93 4 5 11 9 0 0 1 0 52.2 45 33 23 22 39 7 TOTAL 3.93 4 5 11 9 0 0 1 0 52.2 45 33 23 22 39 7

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2 2

4 4

226 .230 226 .230

9 9

2 2

0 0

2 2

4 4

33 • BRAYDEN BOUCHEY Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG 2015 4.46 4 3 10 8 0 TOTAL 4.46 4 3 10 8 0

SHO CBO 0 1 0 1

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 0 36.1 40 22 18 16 15 4 0 36.1 40 22 18 16 15 4

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 1 4 163 .292 3 3 1 0 7 1 4 163 .292 3 3 1 0 7

35 • KEEGAN CURTIS

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% *2015 .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 1.000 TOTAL .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 1.000 *saw action as reserve (right fielder) at grambling state (march 17); did not register an at-bat. Pitching Year ERA W L App GS CG 2015 4.31 3 2 18 6 0 TOTAL 4.31 3 2 18 6 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 1 56.1 67 31 27 18 30 12 1 56.1 67 31 27 18 30 12

3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 3 252 .300 7 5 0 1 5 0 3 252 .300 7 5 0 1 5

37 • GARRETT WALTERS Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R 2014 .286 5 1 7 0 2015 .250 10 0 8 0 TOTAL .267 15 1 15 0

H 2 2 4

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 4

SLG% .286 .250 .267

BB 0 3 3

HBP 0 0 0

SO GDP 3 0 2 1 5 1

OB% .286 .455 .389

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB ATT 0 0 0 0 0 0

PO A E 8 0 0 19 1 0 27 1 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 2015 .294 54 53 201 30 59 14 TOTAL .294 54 53 201 30 59 14

3B 3 3

HR RBI TB 6 33 97 6 33 97

SLG% .483 .483

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 13 3 46 1 .339 4 0 14 18 134 3 6 .958 13 3 46 1 .339 4 0 14 18 134 3 6 .958

3B 1 1

HR RBI TB 9 34 92 9 34 92

SLG% .508 .508

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 10 4 44 0 .317 4 2 5 5 443 26 7 .985 10 4 44 0 .317 4 2 5 5 443 26 7 .985

41 • NATHAN PUGH

51 • DANNY SPRINGER

Hitting Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 2015 .271 52 52 181 29 49 14 TOTAL .271 52 52 181 29 49 14

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2015 REVIEW


2015 Results RECORD: Overall Sun Belt Conference Non-Conference

OVERALL HOME 25-29 19-14 12-18 7-8 13-11 12-6

AWAY 6-15 5-10 1-5

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

DATE OPPONENT SCORE PITCHER OF RECORD Feb. 13 ^ Indiana State L, 6-11 Bell (0-1) Feb. 14 ^ Central Arkansas L, 4-10 Hermeling (0-1) Feb. 15 ^ Grambling State W, 7-3 Curtis (1-0) Feb. 20 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 Hermeling (1-1) Feb. 20 Stephen F. Austin W, 10-3 Bell (1-1) Feb. 22 Stephen F. Austin L, 7-8 Herrera (0-1) Feb. 28 Sam Houston State W, 6-0 Hermeling (2-1) Feb. 28 Sam Houston State W, 7-5 Bell (2-1) Mar. 1 Sam Houston State W, 9-1 Setzer (1-0) Mar. 3 at Northwestern State L, 0-7 Bouchey (0-1) Mar. 6 * at Texas State L, 3-4 Hermeling (2-2) Mar. 7 * at Texas State L, 1-5 Bell (2-2) Mar. 7 * at Texas State W, 7-4 Leone (1-0) Mar. 11 Grambling State W, 11-4 Bouchey (1-1) Mar. 14 Mississippi Valley St. L, 2-4 Hermeling (2-3) Mar. 14 Mississippi Valley St. W, 7-0 Bell (3-2) Mar. 15 Mississippi Valley St. W, 11-1 Setzer (2-0) Mar. 17 at Grambling State W, 7-0 Bouchey (2-1) Mar. 20 * at App State L, 0-7 Hermeling (2-4) Mar. 21 * at App State L, 5-7 Bell (3-3) Mar. 22 * at App State W, 10-2 Setzer (3-0) Mar. 24 at Southeastern La. L, 6-7 Leone (1-1) Mar. 27 * South Alabama L, 4-12 Hermeling (2-5) Mar. 28 * South Alabama L, 4-9 Bell (3-4) Mar. 29 * South Alabama W, 4-3 Setzer (4-0) Apr. 1 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 Hendrix (0-1) Apr. 3 * UT Arlington L, 6-10 Leone (1-2) Apr. 4 * UT Arlington W, 2-1 Setzer (5-0) Apr. 4 * UT Arlington W, 7-5 Curtis (2-0) Apr. 7 McNeese State W, 7-3 Coddou (1-0) Apr. 8 Nicholls L, 2-3 (10) Bell (3-5) Apr. 8 McNeese State W, 4-3 Bouchey (3-1) Apr. 10 * at Georgia State L, 6-7 Setzer (5-1) Apr. 11 * at Georgia State L, 3-5 Leone (1-3) Apr. 12 * at Georgia State L, 0-9 Mason (0-1) Apr. 15 Northwestern State W, 5-1 Bouchey (4-1) Apr. 17 * Arkansas State W, 3-2 Hermeling (3-5) Apr. 18 * Arkansas State L, 3-11 Setzer (5-2) Apr. 19 * Arkansas State W, 3-2 Herrera (1-1) Apr. 21 at Southern Miss L, 3-9 Coddou (1-1) Apr. 22 Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 Bouchey (4-2) Apr. 24 * at Georgia Southern L, 2-4 Hermeling (3-6) Apr. 24 * at Georgia Southern L, 3-4 (10) Herrera (1-2) Apr. 26 * at Georgia Southern W, 11-1 (7) Curtis (3-0) Apr. 29 at Nicholls L, 6-16 Bouchey (4-3) May 1 * Troy W, 4-2 Hermeling (4-6) May 2 * Troy W, 6-2 Setzer (6-2) May 3 * Troy L, 5-8 Curtis (3-1) May 8 * at UALR W, 10-7 Mason (1-1) May 9 * at UALR L, 1-4 Curtis (3-2) May 10 * at UALR W, 6-1 Bell (4-5) May 14 * UL Lafayette L, 3-10 Hermeling (4-7) May 16 * UL Lafayette L, 4-5 Setzer (6-3) May 16 * UL Lafayette L, 4-6 Leone (1-4) ^ Warhawk Classic Presented by Fieldhouse Bar and Grill * Sun Belt Game () extra inning game

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SAVE -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Curtis (1) -- -- -- -- Herrera (1) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Leone (1) -- -- -- Herrera (2) -- -- -- Herrera (3) -- -- Herrera (4) -- -- -- -- Leone (2) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Herrera (5) Leone (3) -- Herrera (6) -- -- -- -- --

ATT / TIME 1,086 / 3:25 1,203 / 2:41 1,054 / 2:45 1,504 / 2:15 1,504 / 2:42 760 / 2:54 1,560 / 1:51 1,560 / 3:08 771 / 2:29 642 / 2:15 1,211 / 2:41 1,725 / 2:21 1,725 / 3:11 213 / 2:59 1,648 / 2:11 1,648 / 2:06 876 / 2:21 65 / 2:32 263 / 2:29 942 / 2:37 538 / 2:32 722 / 2:56 1,019 / 2:48 1,028 / 2:51 816 / 2:18 850 / 2:20 968 / 2:39 1,732 / 2:12 1,732 / 2:36 850 / 2:17 1,541 / 2:24 1,541 / 2:08 432 / 2:28 432 / 2:38 240 / 2:23 959 / 2:23 984 / 2:21 994 / 3:01 950 / 2:21 2,600 / 2:39 2,369 / 2:22 1,204 / 2:34 1,184 / 2:57 1,053 / 2:44 513 / 2:56 1,167 / 2:29 1,148 / 2:15 1,089 / 2:28 343 / 3:06 471 / 2:25 325 / 2:25 1,504 / 2:38 1,783 / 2:25 1,783 / 2:34

NOTEWORTHY Rasch w/ 2H, 3R, 2RBI; Setzer w/ 4 scoreless inns. Rasch and Pugh tally homers in loss Curtis notches first win w/ 5IP, 4H, 2ER, 2BB, 3K Hermeling, Herrera notch 1st shutout since 2013 Tidwell ties career highs w/ 4 hits and 3 RBI Five different Warhawks tally multi-hit efforts Hermeling CG shutout; Stawychny w/ 4 2-out RBI ULM rallies w/ mult-RBI by Stockton, Todd Bats stay hot despite 43 minute rain delay Bouchey allows 2R (1ER) in second start of 2015 Warhawks get tying run to 3rd w/ 1 out in 9th ULM takes 1-0 lead after 1 on Sac Fly by Rasch Pugh, Springer, Hemphill comb. 7 H, 6 RBI, 5 R Pugh 3-for-4, 4 RBI; Tidwell 3-for-4, 4 runs scored Hemphill drives in two, notches first collegiate HR Bell surrenders 1 hit; retires 11 straight (2nd - 5th) Tidwell & Hemphill combine for 4H, 3RBI, 3R Warhawk pitching staff notches 4th shutout in ‘15 Three-game win streak comes to an end Herrera, Todd, Podorsky all tally two hits in loss ULM totals nine extra-base hits (8 2B, 1 HR) Herrera scores 2x; Rasch, Springer w/ 2 RBI each Warhawks set season high w/ 17 hits ULM tallies six walks and one HBP Setzer car.-high 7.1 IP; Herrera 1.2 scoreless inns Hemphill w/ car-high 3 hits; Stockton 2-for-4, 2R Six Warhawks tally multi-hit efforts in loss Setzer CG, 1 UE run; Springer walk-off sac fly in B9 Todd w/ career-highs in hits (3) and runs (3) Coddou w/ 1st car. win; 7-8-9 hitters 6H, 5R, 4RBI Rasch tallies 2 hits; Bell tosses 4.1 innings of relief Bouchey earns quality start; 3 batters w/ 2H, 1R Stawychny w/ 3 hits, RBI; Rasch w/ 2 hits, 2 runs Springer tallies sixth homer of season in loss Mason makes first start as a Warhawk Warhawks tally 6 XBH; Bouchey notches 4th win Hermeling 8 IP, Leone S (2); Three multi-hit efforts Tidwell tallies 2 hits (HR) with 2 RBI and 1 run Herrera notches GW RBI Single and 1st career win Pugh notches third homer of season Pugh inside pk HR; Barefoot PH 2 RBI single in B9 Herrera w/ two hits; Pugh, Stockton one run each Rasch tallies HR no. 7; three hits, two RBI, one run Stawychny 5 RBI; Springer, Tidwell, Todd comb. 7R Springer, Hemphill w/ back-to-back HRs in 1st inn. Rasch w/ 2H, RBI, R; Hermeling quality start All nine Warhawk batters record at least one hit Rasch 2H, 3RBI, R; Herrera 2H, RBI, R Five-run seventh propels ULM to comeback win Setzer logs quality start despite no decision Rasch 5-for-5 (HR); Pugh ties career high w/ 3R Rasch two hits, one run; Herrera two hits Tidwell two hits, two RBI; Rasch two hits and a run Game features 2h 58m of delays

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2015 Overall Statistics OVERALL RECORD: 25-29 • HOME: 19-14 • AWAY: 6-15 • NEUTRAL: 0-0 • SUN BELT: 12-18 BATTING

PLAYER Rasch, Keelin Tidwell, Kodie Pugh, Nathan Springer, Danny Stawychny, Justin Todd, Dalton Hemphill, Spencer Herrera, Anthony Stockton, Jacob ---------Barefoot, Brian Walters, Garrett Podorsky, Robbie Faciane, Josh Daniels, Will Wolfe, Blake Dellocono, Vincent Stone, Cody Crouch, Justin Bergeron, Ryan Curtis, Keegan Totals Opponents

AVG .359 .311 .294 .271 .269 .262 .260 .252 .248

GP-GS AB 54-54 217 53-53 193 54-53 201 52-52 181 51-50 186 37-35 103 42-41 131 36-34 139 46-46 161

R H 2B 3B HR 40 78 13 3 9 40 60 20 3 3 30 59 14 3 6 29 49 14 1 9 24 50 14 4 3 17 27 7 0 0 11 34 7 0 2 13 35 4 0 0 20 40 5 1 1

RBI TB 41 124 28 95 33 97 34 92 27 81 6 34 14 47 6 39 18 50

.320 .250 .238 .232 .206 .200 .188 .141 .091 .000 .000 .271 .257

26-4 25 4 8 3 0 0 5 11 10-0 8 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 26-9 42 12 10 2 1 0 4 14 22-21 69 7 16 6 0 0 10 22 18-6 34 2 7 1 0 0 0 8 5-0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 15-2 16 3 3 1 0 0 2 4 25-23 85 14 12 0 0 0 4 12 13-3 22 1 2 1 0 0 1 3 2-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54-54 1819 268 493 112 16 33 234 736 54-54 1765 266 454 66 11 29 229 629

SLG% .571 .492 .483 .508 .435 .330 .359 .281 .311

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 9 5 17 4 .395 2 1 4-4 33 3 35 4 .412 4 3 3-9 13 3 46 1 .339 4 0 14-18 10 4 44 0 .317 4 2 5-5 17 3 46 3 .338 1 2 10-12 23 3 27 2 .402 3 3 1-2 15 1 22 2 .340 0 7 0-1 5 2 17 2 .288 0 13 3-5 6 0 37 1 .271 3 4 8-11

.440 1 0 .250 3 0 .333 2 2 .319 4 1 .235 4 2 .200 1 0 .250 2 0 .141 11 3 .136 2 0 .000 1 0 .000 0 0 .405 162 32 .356 195 58

5 2 4 14 11 1 4 23 7 0 0 362 313

0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 23 41

PO A 42 100 68 169 134 3 443 26 97 4 129 24 161 22 83 108 93 3

.346 0 1 0-0 4 7 .455 0 0 0-0 19 1 .304 0 0 4-4 15 0 .276 2 2 0-2 32 50 .325 0 0 0-0 48 4 .333 0 0 0-0 0 0 .278 0 0 0-0 5 0 .260 1 3 3-5 6 0 .167 0 0 0-0 2 8 .500 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 6 7 .337 24 41 55-78 1415 608 .347 17 45 60-88 1403 548

E FLD% 9 .940 12 .952 6 .958 7 .985 0 1.000 5 .968 8 .958 7 .965 0 1.000 1 0 0 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 76

.917 1.000 1.000 .921 .945 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .965 .963

LOB - Team (410), Opp (399). DPs turned - Team (49), Opp (28). CI - Team (0), Opp (3). IBB - Team (5), Rasch, K. 2, Tidwell, K. 2, Stawychny, J 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Tidwell, K. 1, Stockton, J. 1, Herrera, A. 1, Stone, C. 1, Pugh, Nathan 1.

PITCHING

PLAYER Setzer, Trey Bell, Brandon Hermeling, Alex Curtis, Keegan ---------Hendrix, Cole Dopson, Logan Herrera, Anthony Coddou, Payton Leone, Josh Bouchey, Brayden Connally, Cody Mason, Weston Reeves, Matthew Fiasco, Conner Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 3.21 6-3 15-11 1 0/0 0 3.93 4-5 11-9 0 0/1 0 4.14 4-7 14-14 1 1/1 0 4.31 3-2 18-6 0 0/0 1 1.72 2.00 2.76 3.71 4.08 4.46 5.79 7.07 12.27 16.43 4.14 4.06

0-1 6-1 0-0 16-0 1-2 24-0 1-1 11-4 1-4 22-0 4-3 10-8 0-0 5-0 1-1 14-1 0-0 9-0 0-0 9-0 25-29 54-54 29-25 54-54

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5

0/1 0/1 0/2 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/0 0/2 0/0 4/3 3/1

IP 84.0 52.2 87.0 56.1

0 15.2 0 18.0 6 32.2 0 26.2 3 28.2 0 36.1 0 4.2 0 14.0 0 7.1 0 7.2 10 471.2 15 467.2

H 66 45 86 67

R 36 33 48 31

ER 30 23 40 27

BB 37 22 35 18

SO 80 39 61 30

2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 8 1 6 298 .221 15 13 3 1 7 7 2 4 196 .230 9 2 0 2 4 11 4 3 337 .255 17 12 0 2 6 12 0 3 223 .300 7 5 0 1 5

10 6 3 6 2 2 15 8 4 7 9 3 30 10 10 9 35 3 26 12 11 6 11 4 26 15 13 10 13 5 40 22 18 16 15 4 4 5 3 3 2 1 19 12 11 11 7 1 12 14 10 4 3 4 8 14 14 11 6 1 454 266 217 195 313 66 493 268 211 162 362 112

1 0 54 1 0 68 0 2 118 0 2 96 0 1 104 1 4 137 0 2 18 0 2 57 0 0 32 1 0 27 11 29 1765 16 33 1819

.185 .221 .254 .271 .250 .292 .222 .333 .375 .296 .257 .271

1 2 1 1 3 3 0 5 2 3 69 37

2 2 3 1 7 3 1 1 2 4 58 32

0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 9 6

0 0 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 17 24

3 2 3 1 3 7 1 1 1 1 45 41

PB - Team (10), Hemphill, S. 8, Todd, D. 2, Opp (14). Pickoffs - Team (6), Setzer, T. 3, Bell, B. 2, Mason, W. 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Hemphill, S. (29-42), Todd, D. (26-35), Setzer, T. (7-14), Bell, B. (8-13), Curtis, K. (7-12), Hermeling, A (7-10), Herrera, A. (9-9), Bouchey, B. (3-7), Dopson, L. (5-6), Walters, G. (5-5), Coddou, P. (3-4), Mason, W. (4-4), Reeves, M. (2-3), Leone, J. (3-3), Connally, C. (1-1), Fiasco, C. (1-1), Hendrix, C. (0-1).

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2015 Conference-Only Statistics SUN BELT RECORD: 12-18 • HOME: 7-8 • AWAY: 5-10 BATTING

PLAYER Rasch, Keelin Tidwell, Kodie Stawychny, Justin Springer, Danny Todd, Dalton Pugh, Nathan Stockton, Jacob Herrera, Anthony Hemphill, Spencer ---------- Walters, Garrett Barefoot, Brian Podorsky, Robbie Daniels, Will Dellocono, Vincent Stone, Cody Crouch, Justin Faciane, Josh Bergeron, Ryan Totals Opponents

AVG .358 .308 .283 .271 .265 .259 .253 .245 .238

GP-GS AB 30-30 123 29-29 107 29-28 106 29-29 107 24-22 68 30-29 112 25-25 83 26-25 102 25-25 84

R H 2B 3B HR 18 44 7 2 3 22 33 15 0 3 16 30 10 3 2 13 29 8 0 5 11 18 6 0 0 15 29 8 0 2 9 21 3 0 0 9 25 3 0 0 4 20 5 0 0

.500 .273 .250 .200 .200 .125 .083 .000 .000 .265 .276

3-0 2 0 1 0 15-2 11 1 3 2 15-7 32 7 8 2 6-3 15 1 3 1 5-0 5 1 1 0 9-8 32 3 4 0 5-2 12 0 1 0 7-6 18 0 0 0 1-0 1 0 0 0 30-30 1020 130 270 70 30-30 988 159 273 40

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7

RBI 18 12 18 21 2 17 8 5 9

TB 64 57 52 52 24 43 24 28 25

0 1 1 0 0 5 0 2 10 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 15 116 395 19 141 384

SLG% .520 .533 .491 .486 .353 .384 .289 .275 .298

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 4 3 9 2 .389 1 1 2-2 17 2 16 2 .406 2 1 1-4 10 2 20 0 .356 0 1 4-4 5 1 23 0 .302 3 0 1-1 18 0 17 2 .419 0 1 1-1 7 1 25 1 .306 1 0 6-8 2 0 15 1 .264 2 4 4-5 4 2 11 2 .287 0 9 2-3 10 0 16 1 .319 0 3 0-0

.500 1 .455 1 .313 1 .267 3 .200 0 .125 2 .083 1 .000 2 .000 0 .387 88 .389 117

0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 13 184 11 34 163 28

PO 23 40 62 242 56 73 52 58 98

A 50 93 1 18 11 2 2 83 10

.667 0 0 0-0 5 0 .333 0 1 0-0 4 4 .294 0 0 2-2 13 0 .333 0 0 0-0 18 0 .200 0 0 0-0 2 0 .171 1 0 0-0 6 0 .154 0 0 0-0 0 5 .136 1 1 0-1 9 16 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .328 11 22 23-31 779 329 .369 10 26 20-33 788 315

E 5 6 0 5 0 4 0 6 4

FLD% .936 .957 1.000 .981 1.000 .949 1.000 .959 .964

0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 41 34

1.000 .889 1.000 .900 1.000 1.000 1.000 .893 .000 .964 .970

LOB - Team (236), Opp (237). DPs turned - Team (32), Opp (15). IBB - Team (1), Rasch, K. 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Stockton, J. 1, Stone, C. 1.

PITCHING

PLAYER ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP Setzer, Trey 3.82 4-3 10-9 1 0/0 0 66.0 Bell, Brandon 4.28 1-3 6-5 0 0/0 0 27.1 Curtis, Keegan 4.62 2-2 11-5 0 0/0 0 39.0 Hermeling, Alex 5.31 2-5 10-10 0 0/0 0 57.2 ---------Hendrix, Cole 0.00 0-0 1-0 0 0/0 0 2.0 Herrera, Anthony 2.45 1-1 14-0 0 0/0 5 18.1 Dopson, Logan 3.00 0-0 11-0 0 0/0 0 12.0 Leone, Josh 4.50 1-3 12-0 0 0/0 3 16.0 Reeves, Matthew 4.50 0-0 3-0 0 0/0 0 2.0 Coddou, Payton 4.91 0-0 5-0 0 0/0 0 7.1 Mason, Weston 10.38 1-1 9-1 0 0/0 0 8.2 Fiasco, Conner 16.88 0-0 3-0 0 0/0 0 2.2 Connally, Cody 27.00 0-0 1-0 0 0/0 0 0.2 Totals 4.64 12-18 30-30 1 0/0 8 259.2 Opponents 3.53 18-12 30-30 3 2/1 9 262.2

H 54 30 49 62

R 31 17 22 37

ER 28 13 20 34

BB 30 14 15 29

SO 52 19 18 39

3 3 0 0 1 17 5 5 6 18 12 8 4 5 4 13 9 8 4 5 4 5 1 2 0 6 4 4 2 4 15 11 10 7 2 5 5 5 3 1 3 2 2 0 0 273 159 134 117 163 270 130 103 88 184

2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 6 1 6 235 .230 13 13 3 1 6 5 1 2 108 .278 4 1 0 1 1 10 0 2 154 .318 3 4 0 1 4 9 3 2 224 .277 11 7 0 2 5 0 0 3 2 0 2 1 1 1 40 70

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 5

0 11 1 65 0 48 1 54 0 9 1 25 2 38 0 12 2 5 19 988 15 1020

.273 .262 .250 .241 .444 .240 .395 .417 .600 .276 .265

0 0 2 1 1 0 5 0 0 40 14

1 1 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 34 13

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 3

0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 10 11

0 3 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 26 22

PB - Team (6), Hemphill, S. 5, Todd, D. 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (4), Setzer, T. 2, Mason, W. 1, Bell, B. 1, Opp (2) SBA/ATT - Hemphill, S. (10-14), Todd, D. (9-14), Setzer, T. (6-11), Bell, B. (2-4), Mason, W. (4-4), Herrera, A. (4-4), Curtis, K. (1-4), Hermeling, A (1-3), Dopson, L. (2-2), Reeves, M. (0-1), Walters, G. (1-1).

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2015 Statistical Summary TEAM GAME HIGHS BATTING At bats: 44 Runs scored: 11 11 11 Hits: 17 RBI: 10 Doubles: 8 Triples: 3 Home runs: 2 Total bases: 24 Walks: 9 Strikeouts: 14 Sac hits: 4 Sac flies: 2 Stolen bases: 4 4 Hit by pitch: 3 3 Caught stealing: 2 Runners LOB: 15 Hit into DP: 2 2 2

vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) vs Grambling State (Mar 11, 2015) vs Miss. Valley State (Mar 15, 2015) at Georgia Southern (Apr 26, 2015) vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) at UALR (May 08, 2015) at Appalachian State (Mar 22, 2015) vs Miss. Valley State (Mar 14, 2015) (8 games ) at Appalachian State (Mar 22, 2015) at Georgia Southern (Apr 26, 2015) vs Indiana State (Feb 13, 2015) vs Nicholls (Apr 08, 2015) (5 games ) vs Stephen F. Austin (Feb 20, 2015) vs Sam Houston State (Feb 28, 2015) vs Indiana State (Feb 13, 2015) vs Sam Houston State (Feb 28, 2015) (5 games ) vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) vs Miss. Valley State (Mar 15, 2015) vs UT Arlington (Apr 04, 2015) vs UL-Lafayette (May 16, 2015)

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned:

30 19 5 2 3 3 3

vs Nicholls (Apr 08, 2015) vs Central Arkansas (Feb 14, 2015) vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) at Texas State (Mar 07, 2015) at Appalachian State (Mar 22, 2015) vs UT Arlington (Apr 04, 2015) vs Troy (May 01, 2015)

PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

10.0 16 16 9 14 14 17 5 2 3 6 4

vs Nicholls (Apr 08, 2015) at Nicholls (Apr 29, 2015) at Nicholls (Apr 29, 2015) at Georgia Southern (Apr 24, 2015) vs Sam Houston State (Mar 01, 2015) vs Miss. Valley State (Mar 14, 2015) vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) vs Troy (May 03, 2015) vs UL-Lafayette (May 16, 2015) vs McNeese State (Apr 08, 2015) vs UL-Lafayette (May 14, 2015) at Northwestern State (Mar 03, 2015)

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS BATTING At bats: 6 Runs scored: 4 Hits: 5 RBI: 5 Doubles: 4 Triples: 1 Home runs: 1 Total bases: 8 8 Walks: 3 3 Strikeouts: 4 Sac hits: 2 2 Sac flies: 2 2 Stolen bases: 3 Hit by pitch: 1 Caught stealing: 1 Runners LOB: 6

Stone, Cody vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015) Tidwell, Kodie vs Grambling State (Mar 11, 2015) Rasch, Keelin at UALR (May 10, 2015) Stawychny, Justin at Ga. Southern (Apr 26, 2015) Tidwell, Kodie at Appalachian State (Mar 22, 2015) (16 games ) (33 games ) Tidwell, Kodie at Appalachian State (Mar 22, 2015) Stawychny, Justin at App State (Mar 22, 2015) Todd, Dalton at Georgia Southern (Apr 26, 2015) Tidwell, Kodie at Georgia Southern (Apr 26, 2015) Todd, Dalton vs UL-Lafayette (May 14, 2015) Tidwell, Kodie vs Nicholls (Apr 08, 2015) Herrera, Anthony vs McNeese State (Apr 08, 2015) Todd, Dalton vs Sam Houston State (Feb 28, 2015) Springer, Danny at Georgia State (Apr 10, 2015) Stawychny, Justin vs Sam Houston St. (Feb 28, 2015) (32 games ) (23 games ) Stone, Cody vs South Alabama (Mar 27, 2015)

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls:

15 15 7 2 2

Springer, Danny vs Stephen F. Austin (Feb 22, 2015) Springer, Danny vs Nicholls (Apr 08, 2015) (4 games ) (6 games ) Hemphill, Spencer at Texas State (Mar 07, 2015)

PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

9.0 9.0 8 7 7 7 10 10 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 2

Hermeling, Alex vs Sam Houston St. (Feb 28, 2015) Setzer, Trey vs UT Arlington (Apr 04, 2015) Bell, Brandon vs Indiana State (Feb 13, 2015) Bell, Brandon vs Indiana State (Feb 13, 2015) Setzer, Trey at Georgia State (Apr 10, 2015) Setzer, Trey at Georgia Southern (Apr 24, 2015) Hermeling, Alex vs Miss. Valley State (Mar 14, 2015) Hermeling, Alex vs Central Arkansas (Feb 14, 2015) Curtis, Keegan at Appalachian State (Mar 21, 2015) Curtis, Keegan at Georgia Southern (Apr 26, 2015) (11 games ) Bouchey, Brayden vs McNeese State (Apr 08, 2015) Setzer, Trey at Georgia State (Apr 10, 2015) Connally, Cody at Georgia State (Apr 12, 2015) (6 games ) (10 games )

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2015 Statistical Summary INNING-BY-INNING SUMMARY 1 ULM 31 Opp 24

Total__________________ 25-29 Conference_____________ 12-18 Non-Conf______________ 13-11 Home_________________ 19-14 Away___________________ 6-15 Neutral__________________ 0-0 Day___________________ 12-13 Night__________________ 13-16 vs Left___________________ 8-7 vs Right________________ 17-22 1-Run games______________ 5-9 2-Run games______________ 3-5 5+Run games___________ 11-11 Extra inns________________ 0-2 Shutouts_________________ 4-3 Scoring 0-2 runs___________ 1-9 Scoring 3-5 runs__________ 7-14 Scoring 6-9 runs__________ 11-6 Scoring 10+ runs__________ 6-0 Opponent 0-2 runs________ 15-0 Opponent 3-5 runs________ 9-11 Opponent 6-9 runs________ 1-11 Opponent 10+ runs________ 0-7 Scored in 1st inning________ 9-6 Scores first______________ 15-13

Opp. scores first_________ 10-16 After 6 leading___________ 21-4 After 6 trailing____________ 2-21 After 6 tied_______________ 2-4 After 7 leading___________ 22-2 After 7 trailing____________ 1-23 After 7 tied_______________ 1-4 After 8 leading___________ 23-0 After 8 trailing____________ 0-27 After 8 tied_______________ 1-2 Hit 0 home runs_________ 11-18 Hit 1 home run____________ 9-8 Hit 2+ home runs__________ 5-3 Opponent 0 home runs___ 19-11 Opponent 1 home run_____ 5-15 Opponent 2+ HRs__________ 1-3 Made 0 errors____________ 11-5 Made 1 error______________ 5-9 Made 2+ errors___________ 9-15 Opp. made 0 errors________ 4-11 Opp. made 1 error________ 7-11 Opp. made 2+ errors______ 14-7 Out-hit opponent_________ 22-8 Out-hit by opponent______ 2-18 Hits are tied_______________ 1-3

RECORD WHEN TEAM SCORES: Runs 0 W-L 0-3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0-2 1-4 2-6 3-6 2-2 3-5 7-1 0-0 1-0

RECORD WHEN OPPONENT SCORES: Runs 0 W-L 4-0

MULTIPLE HIT GAMES

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX Total 15 36 30 40 39 35 18 24 0 268 39 22 29 24 38 32 40 16 2 266

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6-0 5-0 5-2 2-5 2-4 0-1 1-5 0-2 0-3

10+ 6-0

10+ 0-7

RECORD WHEN LEADING AFTER: Inn. 1 2 W-L 8-6 8-8

3 4 5 6 7 8 15-10 18-10 20-9 21-4 22-2 23-0

RECORD WHEN TRAILING AFTER:

Inn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 W-L 2-10 3-15 5-15 5-16 3-17 2-21 1-23 0-27

RECORD WHEN TIED AFTER:

Inn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 W-L 15-13 14-6 5-4 2-3 2-3 2-4 1-4 1-2

Longest winning streak 3 Longest losing streak 4 Home attendance Away attendance Total attendance

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41,344 (Average = 1,252 ) 15,738 (Average = 786 ) 57,082 (Average = 1,077 )

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES

2 3 4 5+ Tot Rasch, Keelin 7 4 - - 11 Springer, Danny 8 1 - - 9 Tidwell, Kodie 7 1 - - 8 Pugh, Nathan 5 - 2 - 7 Stawychny, Justin 3 - 1 1 5 Stockton, Jacob 3 - - - 3 Hemphill, Spencer 2 1 - - 3 Faciane, Josh 2 - - - 2 Barefoot, Brian 2 - - - 2 Dellocono, Vincent 1 - - - 1 Stone, Cody 1 - - - 1 Todd, Dalton 1 - - - 1 TEAM 42 7 3 1 53

HITTING STREAKS

2 3 4 5+ Tot Rasch, Keelin 20 4 - 1 25 Tidwell, Kodie 14 1 3 - 18 Pugh, Nathan 11 5 - - 16 Stawychny, Justin 8 3 - - 11 Springer, Danny 7 3 - - 10 Herrera, Anthony 9 - - - 9 Hemphill, Spencer 7 1 - - 8 Stockton, Jacob 6 1 - - 7 Todd, Dalton 5 1 - - 6 Faciane, Josh 3 1 - - 4 Stone, Cody 2 - - - 2 Podorsky, Robbie 2 - - - 2 Daniels, Will 1 - - - 1 Dellocono, Vincent 1 - - - 1 Barefoot, Brian 1 - - - 1 TEAM 97 20 3 1 121

Longest Current Herrera, Anthony 16 - Rasch, Keelin 14 - Stawychny, Justin 12 12 Springer, Danny 8 - Tidwell, Kodie 8 5 Pugh, Nathan 7 1 Stockton, Jacob 6 4 Todd, Dalton 6 2 Hemphill, Spencer 6 3 Faciane, Josh 5 - Podorsky, Robbie 4 1 Barefoot, Brian 3 - Stone, Cody 3 1 Daniels, Will 2 2 Walters, Garrett 1 1 Dellocono, Vincent 1 - Crouch, Justin 1 - Wolfe, Blake 1 -

REACHED BASE STREAKS

Longest Current Herrera, Anthony 17 1 Stawychny, Justin 15 12 Rasch, Keelin 14 - Pugh, Nathan 12 1 Tidwell, Kodie 12 12 Stone, Cody 12 1 Springer, Danny 10 6 Todd, Dalton 10 2 Hemphill, Spencer 9 4 Stockton, Jacob 6 4 Faciane, Josh 5 - Walters, Garrett 4 1 Daniels, Will 4 3 Podorsky, Robbie 4 3 Barefoot, Brian 4 - Dellocono, Vincent 2 - Bergeron, Ryan 1 - Wolfe, Blake 1 - Crouch, Justin 1 -

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2016 OPPONENTS


2016 Opponents APPALACHIAN STATE (March 24-26 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach____________ Billy Jones Media Contact__________ Mike Flynn 2015 Record________________ 17-36 Email_______ flynnmh@appstate.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record_____8-21 (11th) Phone_______________ 828-262-2845 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 2-1 Website________ appstatesports.com

SAMFORD (March 4-6 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach___________ Casey Dunn Media Contact________ Zac Schrieber 2015 Record________________ 32-26 Email_______ zdschrie@samford.edu 2015 Southern Record___ 14-10 (2nd) Phone_______________ 205-726-2802 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website________ samfordsports.com

ARKANSAS (April 12 • North Little Rock, Ark.) Head Coach________ Dave Van Horn Media Contact_______ Patrick Pierson 2015 Record________________ 40-25 Email__________ pspierso@uark.edu 2015 SEC Record___ 17-12 (3rd - West) Phone_______________ 479-575-2752 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website____ arkansasrazorbacks.com

SOUTH ALABAMA (April 1-3 • Mobile, Ala.) Head Coach____________ Mark Calvi Media Contact_______ Charlie Nichols 2015 Record________________ 37-20 Email__ charlesnichols@southalabama.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record______ 19-9 (1st) Phone_______________ 251-414-8017 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 2-1 Website___________ usajaguars.com

ARKANSAS STATE (April 22-24 • Jonesboro, Ark.) Head Coach__________ Tommy Raffo Media Contact__Dennen Cuthbertson 2015 Record________________ 27-30 Email____ mcuthbertson@astate.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record___ 12-17 (T-8th) Phone_______________ 870-972-3383 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-2 Website_______astateredwolves.com

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA (February 19-21 • Hammond, La.) Head Coach____________ Matt Riser Media Contact_______ Damon Sunde 2015 Record________________ 42-17 Email__ damon.sunde@southeastern.edu 2015 Southland Record____ 25-5 (1st) Phone_______________ 985-549-3774 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-0 Website_____________ lionsports.net

DALLAS BAPTIST (March 18-20 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach__________ Dan Heefner Media Contact________ Reagan Ratliff 2015 Record________________ 46-15 Email_____________ regan@dbu.edu 2015 MVC Record________ 15-6 (2nd) Phone_______________ 214-333-5942 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website__________ dbupatriots.com

SOUTHERN MISS (February 23 • Hattiesburg, Miss.) Head Coach____________Scott Berry Media Contact_________Jack Duggan 2015 Record______________ 36-18-1 Email_______ jack.duggan@usm.edu 2015 C-USA Record____19-10 (T-2nd) Phone______________ 60-1-266-5947 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-0 Website_________ southernmiss.com

GEORGIA STATE (April 15-17 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach____________Greg Frady Media Contact_______ Allison George 2015 Record________________ 30-27 Email___________ ageorge@gsu.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record_____15-13 (5th) Phone_______________ 404-413-4032 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 3-0 Website_____georgiastatesports.com

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (April 26 • Nacogdoches, Texas) Head Coach_______Johnny Cardenas Media Contact________Charlie Hurley 2015 Record________________ 17-34 Email__________hurleycp@sfasu.edu 2015 Southland Record__11-18 (11th) Phone_______________ 936-468-5800 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-2 Website______________ sfajacks.com

GEORGIA SOUTHERN (April 29-May 1 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach_______ Rodney Hennon Media Contact________AJ Henderson 2015 Record________________ 30-27 Email__ ajhenderson@georgiasouthern.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record_____18-12 (4th) Phone_______________ 912-478-5071 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 2-1 Website_____________ gseagles.com

TCU (April 6 • Fort Worth, Texas) Head Coach_______Jim Schlossnagle Media Contact_____Brandie Davidson 2015 Record________________ 51-15 Email_________b.i.davidson@tcu.edu 2015 Big XII Record________ 18-5 (1st) Phone_______________ 817-257-7479 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website______________ gofrogs.com

JACKSON STATE (April 5 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach_________Omar Johnson Media Contact_________ Jenae Jones 2015 Record________________ 32-25 Email______ emily.j.jones@jsums.edu 2015 SWAC Record___ 15-9 (3rd - East) Phone_______________ 601-979-0657 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website_____________ jsutigers.com

TEXAS STATE (March 11-13 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach_________ Ty Harrington Media Contact_____ Joshua Flanagan 2015 Record______________ 24-32-1 Email____________jcf65@txstate.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record___ 14-16 (T-6th) Phone_______________ 512-245-4692 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 2-1 Website________ txstatebobcats.com

LITTLE ROCK (May 13-15 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach____________Chris Curry Media Contact_______ Tyler Morrison 2015 Record________________ 16-33 Email_________ jtmorrison@ualr.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record___ 12-17 (T-8th) Phone_______________ 501-683-7003 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-2 Website_____________ lrtrojans.com

TROY (May 6-8 • Troy, Ala.) Head Coach___________Mark Smartt Media Contact__________ Taylor Blue 2015 Record________________ 30-25 Email_______ rblue100238@troy.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record____ 18-10 (2nd) Phone_______________ 334-670-5655 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-2 Website___________ troytrojans.com

LOUISIANA TECH (March 22 • Monroe, La.) (May 4 • Ruston, La.) Head Coach_____________ Greg Goff Media Contact___ Anna Claire Thomas 2015 Record________________ 25-27 Email________ acthomas@latech.edu 2015 C-USA Record______8-21 (12th) Phone_______________ 318-257-3144 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 2-0 Website__________ latechsports.com

UL LAFAYETTE (May 19-21 • Lafayette, La.) Head Coach________Tony Robichaux Media Contact________Jeff Schneider 2015 Record________________ 42-23 Email______schneider@louisiana.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record_____18-11 (3rd) Phone_______________ 337-482-6332 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 3-0 Website___________ragincajuns.com

MCNEESE STATE (March 15-16 • Lake Charles, La.) Head Coach_____________ Justin Hill Media Contact________ Hunter Bower 2015 Record________________ 32-25 Email_______ hbower@mcneese.edu 2015 Southland Record___18-12 (4th) Phone_______________ 337-475-5941 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-2 Website________mcneesesports.com MISSISSIPPI STATE (April 20 • Biloxi, Miss.) Head Coach___________ John Cohen Media Contact__________Kyle Niblett 2015 Record________________ 24-30 Email__ kniblett@athletics.msstate.edu 2015 SEC Record____ 8-22 (7th - West) Phone_______________ 662-325-8040 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website_____________ hailstate.com NORTHWESTERN STATE (March 29 • Natchitoches, La.) (March 30 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach________Lane Burroughs Media Contact__________ Jason Pugh 2015 Record________________ 31-23 Email____________ pughj@nsula.edu 2015 Southland Record___ 20-8 (2nd) Phone_______________ 318-357-6469 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-1 Website__________ nsudemons.com

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UT ARLINGTON (April 8-10 • Arlington, Texas) Head Coach_________ Darin Thomas Media Contact__________ Ben Rikard 2015 Record________________ 24-32 Email__________ ben.rikard@uta.edu 2015 Sun Belt Record___ 14-16 (T-6th) Phone_______________ 817-272-2122 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 1-2 Website_____________ utamavs.com VALPARAISO (March 1-2 • Monroe, La.) Head Coach_________Brian Schmack Media Contact_______ Brad Collignon 2015 Record________________ 22-31 Email__ Bradley.Collignon@valpo.edu 2015 Horizon Record_____15-14 (4th) Phone_______________ 219-464-5396 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website_________valpoathletics.com WESTERN CAROLINA (February 26-28 • Cullowhee, N.C.) Head Coach_______ Bobby Moranda Media Contact_______ Daniel Hooker 2015 Record________________ 21-30 Email______ dhooker@email.wcu.edu 2015 Southern Record__ 11-13 (T-7th) Phone_______________ 828-227-2339 2015 vs. ULM__________________ 0-0 Website______ catamountsports.com

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2016 Sun Belt Conference Tournament 2016 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Tournament Dates:______________________________________________ May 25-29, 2016 Site:_____Bobcat Ballpark • San Marcos, Texas (Hosted by Texas State University) Format:_______________________________ Eight Teams / Double Elimination Communications Coordinator:_____________________________ Keith Nunez Press Box Phone:_______________________________________512-245-5739 Tickets:________________________________________________512-243-2272 Format: The eight teams with the best winning percentage at the end of the conference regular-season will participate in the conference championship tournament.

Sun Belt Conference Communications Baseball Contact: ________________ Keith Nunez, Director of Communications SBC Mailing Address:____________________________ 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive _____________________________________________ New Orleans, La., 70112 Office Phone:__________________________________________(504) 556-0884 Cell Phone:____________________________________________(504) 256-8937 Fax:__________________________________________________(504) 299-9068 Email:_______________________________________nunez@sunbeltsports.org Conference Website:____________________________www.sunbeltsports.org

2016 SUN BELT CONFERENCE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

The Championship will be conducted over five days in a double-elimination tournament to reach the championship game. The winner of the championship MAY 25-29of -their SAN MARCOS, shall become the champion, regardless season record. TEXAS - HOST:

TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY BOBCATS

CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY - 1:00 PM (CT) ESPN3 G1 - WED 9:00 AM

G3 - WED 4:00 PM

G7 - THU 4:00 PM

G2 - WED 12:30 PM

G8 - THU 7:30 PM

G13 - SAT* 4:00 PM

G11 - SAT 9:00 AM

**G14 - SAT ^7:30 PM

G9 - FRI 3:00 PM

G4 - WED 7:30 PM

G12 - SAT 12:30 PM

G5 - THU 9:00 AM

G10 - FRI 6:30 PM G6 - THU 12:30 PM

All times CENTRAL (CT) and subject to change

*Game 13 will be necessary if the winner of Game 9 also wins Game 11 **Game 14 will be necessary if the winner of Game 10 also wins Game 12 ^If Game 13 is not necessary but Game 14 is, it will be played 75 minutes after the conclusion of Game 12. NOTE: Texas State, as the host, reserves the right to choose the time of its first round game only.

@SunBeltConference @SunBelt @SunBelt

All times are Central and subject to change without notice.

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All-Time Series Results Opponent Adrian College Alabama Alcorn State Alexandria Aces Amherst Appalachian State Arkansas Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas State Arkansas Travelers Auburn Aurora Austin College Barksdale AFB Baylor Belhaven Belmont Binghamton Bueno Vista Cal St.-Fullerton Cameron Carroll College Centenary Central Arkansas Central Michigan Central Missouri Christian Brothers Creighton Dallas Baptist Delta State Duquense East Texas Baptist Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Florida Atlantic FIU Florida State Georgia State Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Grambling State Grand Canyon Hardin-Simmons Harvard Henderson State Houston Houston Baptist Indiana State Iowa Iowa State Jackson State Jacksonville Jacksonville State Kansas State Lamar LeTourneau Little Rock Louisiana College LSU LSU-Shreveport Louisiana Tech Loyola (N.O.) Marymount McNeese State Memphis Mercer Michigan State Middle Tennessee Millsaps Mississippi College

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Opponent W L T First Last Mississippi State 7 25 0 1958 2009 Mississippi Valley State 12 2 0 2004 2015 Missouri 0 5 0 2003 2007 Missouri State 2 3 0 1972 2005 Mobile College 1 0 0 1994 1994 Nebraska 0 1 0 2002 2002 New Haven 1 0 0 1970 1970 New Orleans 30 27 0 1970 2011 Nicholls State 72 53 0 1964 2015 North Texas 11 1 0 1984 1988 Northern Arizona 1 0 0 1970 1970 Northern Illinois 0 2 0 1970 1970 Northern Iowa 1 0 0 2003 2003 Northwestern State 109 107 0 1952 2015 Oklahoma Baptist 3 0 0 1959 1960 Oklahoma City 0 1 0 1979 1979 Oklahoma State 2 2 0 1975 1975 Ole Miss 11 32 1 1961 2014 Oregon State 0 1 0 2012 2012 Ouachita Baptist 3 0 0 1994 1994 Parsons College 1 0 0 1971 1971 Pembroke State 1 0 0 1970 1970 Prairie View A&M 6 0 0 1971 1995 Quincy College 1 0 0 1986 1986 Rice 1 1 0 1991 1993 Saint Louis 3 2 0 1972 1996 Samford 3 3 0 2000 2014 Sam Houston State 37 35 0 1970 2015 South Alabama 13 28 0 1979 2015 Southern 9 6 0 1971 1999 Southern Arkansas 9 5 1 1953 2006 Southern Illinois 1 2 0 2002 2002 Southern Utah 4 0 0 2011 2011 Southeastern Louisiana 67 54 1 1953 2015 Southern Methodist 0 4 0 1972 1972 Southern Miss 18 47 0 1960 2015 Southwestern 1 0 0 1973 1973 Spring Hill 0 1 0 1994 1994 Stephen F. Austin 37 19 0 1972 2015 Stillman 1 0 0 1968 1968 Tarleton State 5 2 0 1991 1995 Taylor 1 0 0 1968 1968 Tennessee 2 1 0 2012 2012 Tennessee-Martin 6 2 0 1970 2005 Texas 0 1 0 1983 1983 Texas A&M 6 31 0 1975 1993 TCU 2 10 0 1972 2012 Texas Lutheran 1 0 0 1991 1991 Texas Southern 2 0 0 1991 1995 Texas State 31 37 0 1988 2015 Texas Tech 0 3 0 2006 2006 Troy 9 19 0 2007 2015 Tulane 10 39 0 1977 2013 UAB 1 3 0 1991 2003 UL Lafayette 52 82 0 1954 2015 UT Arlington 29 44 0 1985 2015 UT-Pan American 5 2 0 1983 2001 UT-San Antonio 29 25 0 1993 2012 Valparaiso First Meeting Wake Forest 1 1 0 2013 2013 West Florida 1 0 0 1991 1991 Western Carolina First Meeting Western Illinois 2 0 0 2014 2014 Western Kentucky 12 18 0 2007 2014 William Carey 1 6 0 1977 1979 William Jewell 1 0 0 1970 1970 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 16 2 0 1977 1984 Xavier (Ohio) 1 0 0 1971 1971 Bold Denotes 2016 Opponent

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HISTORY & RECORDS


Team Records BATTING RECORDS

Batting Average Rk. Avg. 1. .329 2. .325 3. .320 4. .316 5. .314 At-Bats Rk. AB 1. 2,172 2,172 3. 2,121 4. 2,109 5. 2,058 Hits Rk. Hits 1. 697 2. 685 3. 659 4. 648 5. 639

Season 2008 2009 2001 1999 1998 Season 2012 2000 2008 2009 2001

Strikeouts Rk. Strikeouts 1. 496 2. 460 3. 424 4. 423 5. 417

Season 2012 2014 2007 2009 2013

Fewest Walks (Min. 40 Games) Rk. Walks Allowed 1. 78 2. 125 3. 148 148 5. 154

Season 1971 1992 2002 1970 1972

Stolen Bases Rk. Stolen Bases 1. 157 2. 107 3. 103 4. 97 5. 96

Season 1996 1995 1997 1998 2001

Strikeouts Rk. Strikeouts 1. 502 2. 477 3. 452 4. 435 5. 433

Season 2000 1999 2005 2004 2001

Complete Games Rk. CGs 1. 43 2. 36 3. 29 4. 26 26

Season 1970 1971 1978 1981 1979

Shutouts Rk. Shutouts 1. 11 2. 9 3. 8 4. 7 7

Season 1979 1970 1971 1995 1990

Wild Pitches Rk. Wild Pitches 1. 86 2. 69 3. 62 4. 59 5. 55

Season 2014 2015 2004 2006 2003

Hit Batters Rk. Hit Batters 1. 90 2. 81 3. 78 4. 71 5. 66

Season 2010 2014 2013 2007 2009

PITCHING RECORDS

Season 2008 2009 2001 2000 1999

Innings Pitched Rk. IP 1. 554.2 2. 553.2 3. 520.1 4. 516.2 5. 514.2

Season 2012 2000 1996 2014 2001

Season 2000 2008 2009 1996 1999

Earned Run Average Rk. ERA 1. 1.94 2. 2.01 3. 2.11 4. 2.42 5. 2.72

Season 1971 1970 1969 1967 1966

Season 2008 2000 2009 2001 1996

Wins Rk. Wins 1. 41 41 3. 37 4. 36 36

Season 2000 1996 1995 2001 1999

Season 2002 1996 1984 1992 2003

Winning Percentage Rk. Win Pct. 1. .694 2. .683 3. .680 4. .654 .654

Season 1969 1996 1984 1972 1966

Home Runs Rk. HR 1. 93 2. 85 3. 70 4. 62 5. 61

Season 2008 2009 2007 1986 2002

Losses Rk. Losses 1. 38 38 3. 37 4. 36 36

Season 2010 1978 2006 2014 2013

Fielding Percentage Rk. Fielding Pct. 1. .971 2. .970 3. .969 4. .966 .966

Season 2012 2013 1998 2008 1996

Runs Batted In Rk. RBI 1. 465 2. 437 3. 407 4. 397 5. 393

Season 2008 2009 1999 1996 2007

Saves Rk. Saves 1. 14 2. 13 13 4. 11 11

Season 2007 2002 2000 2008 2003

Putouts Rk. Putouts 1. 1664 2. 1661 3. 1556 4. 1550 5. 1544

Season 2012 2000 1996 2014 2001

Walks Rk. Walks 1. 316 2. 314 3. 302 4. 286 5. 281

Fewest Runs Allowed (Min. 40 Games) Season Rk. Runs Allowed 1996 1. 123 1983 2. 161 1995 3. 193 1987 4. 196 1997 5. 208

Season 1971 1970 1972 1990 1984

Assists Rk. Assists 1. 744 2. 687 3. 685 4. 681 5. 673

Season 1996 2002 2003 2012 2008

Runs Rk. Runs 1. 504 2. 503 3. 485 4. 465 5. 444 Doubles Rk. Doubles 1. 139 2. 130 3. 126 4. 125 5. 121 Triples Rk. Triples 1. 20 20 20 4. 18 5. 17

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Team Records / Year-by-Year Leaders Fewest Errors (Min. 40 Games) Rk. Errors 1. 54 2. 60 3. 62 4. 64 5. 70 70

Season 1990 1998 1993 2013 2012 1992

Double Plays Rk. DPs 1. 76 2. 59 3. 58 4. 56 5. 52

Season 2008 2002 1996 1998 2012

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Games Played Rk. GP 1. 63 2. 62 3. 60 60 5. 59

Season 2000 2012 2001 1996 2014

Winning Streak Rk. Winning Streak 1. 10 2. 9 9 9 9

Season 1996 2001 1997 1996 1980

Losing Streak Rk. Losing Streak Season 1. 15 2006 2. 14 1978 3. 11 1989 4. 11 1974 5. 9 Four times, most recent - 2014 Scoring Margins - Largest Wins Run Diff. Opponent Score Date 24 Loyola 25-1 3/11/1992 23 at Louisiana College 23-0 2/12/1998 23 Mississippi College 28-5 3/10/1986 20 Grambling State 20-0 2/17/1998 20 LSU-Shreveport 24-4 3/14/1996 19 at UALR 24-5 4/3/2009 19 Grambling State 20-1 2/10/2004 17 at UL-Lafayette 17-0 5/19/2012 Scoring Margins - Largest Losses Run Diff. Opponent Score Date 23 at McNeese State 0-23 4/24/1994 23 at Tulane 0-23 2/16/1985 22 at Louisiana Tech 0-22 5/8/1973 21 *at LSU 0-21 5/27/2000 19 UL-Lafayette 2-21 3/16/2014 19 Hardin Simmons 1-20 3/18/1981 18 Troy 6-24 5/10/2008 * NCAA Regional

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS - BATTING

Batting Average Season Player(s) 1959 James Mock 1960 Phil Petras 1961 Phil Petras 1962 Eddie McGowan 1963 Alton Thomas 1964 Charley Dykes 1965 Bill McCullar 1966 Marvin Brosset 1967 Marvin Brosset 1968 Wayne Burney 1969 Larry Turner 1970 Larry Turner 1971 David Harrell 1972 Steve McDowell 1973 Gary Richter 1974 Mike Lienhop 1975 Mike Lienhop 1976 Freddie Kalil 1977 Gary Roberts 1978 Gary Roberts 1979 O. J. Valeton 1980 David Klick 1981 Larry Anthony 1982 Mike Reynolds 1983 Frank Tornabene 1984 Terry Mathews 1985 Frank Pilcher 1986 Jeff Schexnaider 1987 Todd Arcement / Terry Mathews 1988 Todd Arcement 1989 Shawn Robinson / Andy Davis 1990 Tim Fiene 1991 Andy Davis 1992 Andy Davis 1993 Todd Gray 1994 Todd Gray 1995 Cris Coffield 1996 Shannon Cooley 1997 Tommy Lewis 1998 Willie Core 1999 Bryan Zander 2000 Willie Core 2001 Willie Core 2002 Jerad Doty 2003 Joey Wolfe 2004 Justin LaBorde 2005 Steve Lawler 2006 Josh Morrison 2007 Kyle Suire 2008 Ben Soignier 2009 Ben Soignier 2010 Caleb Clowers 2011 Les Aulds 2012 Jeremy Sy 2013 Corben Green 2014 Keelin Rasch 2015 Keelin Rasch Home Runs Season Player(s) 1959 Six players tied 1960 Not Available 1961 Not Available 1962 Don Boniol 1963 John Hall 1964 Jim Caskey 1965 Alton Thomas / Charley Dykes 1966 Eddie Kincaid 1967 Marvin Brosset 1968 Wayne Burney / James Almond

Avg. .355 .356 .376 .316 .371 .379 .320 .407 .376 .346 .353 .335 .283 .301 .363 .293 .343 .316 .362 .307 .313 .424 .368 .311 .319 .368 .327 .342 .317 .339 .359 .338 .362 .397 .344 .372 .338 .345 .393 .356 .351 .397 .408 .385 .338 .350 .375 .352 .338 .394 .376 .357 .339 .330 .271 .289 .359 HR 1 --4 9 3 4 4 6 4

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Wayne Burney / Larry Turner 4 Wayne Burney / Johnny Holleman 4 Rob Smith 6 Jacky Akin 12 Doug Bice 2 Jim Owrey 4 Gary Richter / Mike Nelson 4 Mike Nelson 6 Mike Nelson 8 Frank Scelfo 5 Frank Scelfo 7 Frank Scelfo 9 Frank Scelfo 15 Seven players tied 3 Greg Cain/ John Schuessler 5 John Schuessler 9 Joe Sims 9 Terry Mathews/Joe Sims 15 Terry Mathews 14 Todd Arcement 9 Jerold Schmeer 4 Harold Henry 5 Harold Henry 9 Wade Walker 7 Todd Gray / Steven Bourgeois 6 Todd Gray 7 Cris Coffield 8 Corey Taylor 15 Corey Taylor 12 Corey Taylor 19 Jason Shelley 13 Jesse Hoorelbeke / Ted White 10 Willie Core 12 Joey Wolfe / Jason Lind / Jaime Estrada 9 Ben Jones 9 Ben Jones 14 James Bennett 13 Josh Morrison 6 Kyle Suire / Travis Drader 10 Kyle Suire / Ben Soignier 16 Jon Prevost 15 Nick Wade 13 Joey Rapp 13 Joey Rapp 9 Justin Stawychny 7 Dalton Herrington 9 Keelin Rasch / Danny Springer 9

Runs Batted In Season Player(s) 1959 Gary Huckabay 1960 Not Available 1961 Not Available 1962 Phil Petras 1963 John Hall 1964 John Hall 1965 Alton Thomas 1966 Marvin Brosset 1967 Glynn Saulters 1968 Joe Canal 1969 Larry Turner 1970 Barry Amedee 1971 Ronnie Husser 1972 Jacky Akin 1973 Doug Bice 1974 Jim Owrey 1975 Ronnie Huff 1976 Mike Nelson 1977 Dennis Surratt 1978 Jay Branham 1979 Frank Scelfo 1980 Frank Scelfo 1981 Frank Scelfo

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RBI 12 --19 28 14 22 22 33 29 24 29 22 25 20 16 18 26 30 27 26 29 44

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Year-by-Year Leaders 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Greg Cain John Schuessler Terry Mathews Joe Sims Terry Mathews Terry Mathews Todd Arcement Greg McGough / Harold Henry Billy Jersey Stanley Wiltz Stanley Wiltz Todd Gray Todd Gray Stacey Wilcox Shannon Cooley Corey Taylor Corey Taylor Jason Shelley Jesse Hoorelbeke Willie Core Jaime Estrada / Joey Wolfe Ben Jones Ben Jones James Bennett James Bennett Bo Bowman Dexter Fontenot Ben Soignier Nick Wade Joey Rapp Joey Rapp D. Herrington / J. Stawychny Justin Stawychny Keelin Rasch

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS - PITCHING

23 41 44 35 45 51 32 27 34 36 50 31 40 60 57 50 53 61 51 56 42 55 58 45 37 46 67 71 47 46 51 29 36 41

Wins Season Player(s) Wins 1959 Not Available -1960 Not Available -1961 Jerry Godwin 4 1962 Bob Rachal 5 1963 Jerry Godwin 5 1964 Dean Bounds / Floyd Murry 5 1965 David Davis 4 1966 Mike Vining 5 1967 David Davis 8 1968 Tom Brown 10 1969 Tom Brown 8 1970 Mike Thompson 10 1971 Tom Brown 8 1972 Mike Thompson 8 1973 Ricky Rockett 3 1974 Paul Holiday 3 1975 Randy Reynolds 5 1976 Randy Reynolds 5 1977 Randy Reynolds / Dean Robichaux 5 1978 Joe Sharp 5 1979 Garry Morrison / Joe Sharp 5 1980 Kenneth Vail 5 1981 Robert Frazier 8 1982 Mark Wisniewski 5 1983 Matt Dornier 6 1984 Mitch Thomas 8 1985 Kelly Winnon / Terry Mathews 5 1986 Steve Whipple 5 1987 Kevin Cavalier 6 1988 Four players tied 3 1989 Brent Vauclin / Pat Murphy 4 1990 Bret Resweber 7 1991 Alan Broyles / Chris Rimmer 5 1992 Bret Resweber 7 1993 Wade Walker 4

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1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Richard Campbell Andy Weaver Brian Carter / Andy Weaver D.J. Loland Ben Sheets Ben Sheets Kenny Holubec Aaron Dobbins Bobby Carro Caleb McConnell Three players tied Matt Green James Stephens Jared Jennings Josh Lett Don Williams / Justin Anderson Drew Granier James Jones / Randy Zeigler Wil Browning Cale Wine Tyler Bray Trey Setzer

Earned Run Average (Min. 30 IP) Season Player(s) 1959 Not Available 1960 Not Available 1961 Jerry Godwin 1962 Bob Rachal 1963 Ed Quimby 1964 Dean Bounds 1965 Mike Tinnerello 1966 David Davis 1967 David Davis 1968 Tom Brown 1969 Kenny Roussel 1970 Kenny Roussel 1971 Tom Brown 1972 Mike Thompson 1973 Gordon James 1974 Billy Clay 1975 Larry Reece 1976 Larry Reece 1977 Larry Reece 1978 Mark Taylor 1979 Joe Sharp 1980 Gary Morrison 1981 Joe Sharp 1982 Mark Wisniewski 1983 Matt Dornier 1984 Kelly Winnon 1985 Darren Wheeler 1986 John Dickerson 1987 Kevin Cavalier 1988 Brent Vauclin 1989 Bret Resweber 1990 Scott Adams 1991 Chris Rimmer 1992 Jeff Parker 1993 Wade Walker 1994 Richard Campbell 1995 Andy Weaver 1996 Ben Mann 1997 D.J. Loland 1998 Kenny Holubec 1999 Ben Sheets 2000 Kenny Holubec 2001 Aaron Dobbins 2002 Bobby Carro 2003 Caleb McConnell 2004 Eddie Hymel 2005 Matt Green 2006 James Stephens / Ben Soignier

6 9 8 11 6 14 12 8 7 8 5 10 6 6 6 6 4 5 8 6 8 6 ERA --2.28 3.33 1.75 1.98 2.30 1.37 1.22 0.51 1.63 1.63 0.77 2.02 3.86 1.87 2.54 3.20 2.82 4.17 2.60 1.98 4.41 1.99 3.32 3.40 3.11 3.09 2.35 5.12 3.94 2.42 3.75 2.05 3.66 3.59 3.41 2.81 3.14 2.97 3.11 3.18 3.43 4.19 3.83 3.48 2.65 4.50

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

David Mixon Derek Ward Corey Brown Wil Browning James Jones Kendall Thamm Cale Wine Tyler Bray Anthony Herrera

Strikeouts Season Player(s) 1959 Not Available 1960 Not Available 1961 Not Available 1962 Bob Rachal 1963 Ed Quimby 1964 Floyd Murry 1965 Bob Rachal 1966 David Davis 1967 David Davis 1968 Tom Brown 1969 Tom Brown 1970 Tom Brown 1971 Mike Thompson 1972 Mike Thompson 1973 Ricky Rockett 1974 Paul Holiday 1975 Randy Reynolds 1976 Larry Reece 1977 Dean Robichaux 1978 Robert Wood 1979 Gary Morrison 1980 Gary Morrison 1981 Reuben Tatum 1982 Robert Frazier 1983 Mitch Thomas 1984 Chuck Finley 1985 Mitch Thomas 1986 Darren Rak 1987 Kevin Cavalier 1988 Darren Rak 1989 Jose Maldonado 1990 Bret Resweber 1991 Chris Rimmer 1992 Bret Resweber 1993 Steven Bourgeious 1994 Richard Campbell 1995 Denny Bair 1996 Brian Carter 1997 D.J. Loland 1998 Ben Sheets 1999 Ben Sheets 2000 Kenny Holubec 2001 Aaron Dobbins 2002 Bobby Carro 2003 Caleb McConnell 2004 Ryan Schwabe 2005 Matt Green 2006 James Stephens 2007 David Mixon 2008 Jared Jennings 2009 Drew Graham 2010 Drew Granier 2011 Drew Granier 2012 Randy Zeigler 2013 Cale Wine 2014 Tyler Bray 2015 Trey Setzer

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3.28 3.38 3.46 4.87 3.23 3.28 4.05 3.36 2.76 Strikeouts ---35 47 51 31 42 72 69 54 107 102 106 36 44 48 31 55 30 61 48 37 32 39 50 47 47 88 63 56 52 58 47 64 116 91 72 94 74 158 162 77 72 74 82 141 52 63 63 54 79 86 111 59 69 80


Single-Season Records BATTING RECORDS

Batting Average (Min. 100 At-Bats) Rk. Player Avg. Hits AB Season 1. Willie Core .408 86 211 2001 2. Willie Core .397 87 219 2000 Andy Davis .397 73 184 1992 4. Ben Soignier .394 93 236 2008 5. Tommy Lewis .393 64 163 1997 6. Jared Doty .385 60 156 2002 7. Ben Soignier .376 85 226 2009 Marvin Brosset .376 47 125 1967 9. Todd Gray .372 71 191 1994 10. Terry Matthews .368 42 114 1984 Larry Anthony .368 53 144 1981

Triples Rk. Player 1. Andy Davis 2. Jeremy Sy James Bennett 4. Jaime Estrada Corey Taylor 6. Bo Bowman Scott Cadwallader Blake Doolan Gary Roberts 10. Justin Stawychny Justin Stawychny Jeremy Sy A.J. Siggers

Triples 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

GP 48 60 55 58 52 47 58 47 42 51 59 41 57

Season 1992 2012 2005 2002 1997 2006 2001 1992 1977 2015 2014 2011 2011

At-Bats Rk. Player 1. Caleb Clowers 2. Toby Childers 3. Jesse Hoorelbeke 4. Matt Laird 5. Boomer Blanchard 6. Joey Rapp 7. Ted White 8. Matt Collins Jaime Estrada Jason Wolfe

AB 263 262 254 249 248 245 244 243 243 243

GP 62 63 63 58 58 62 62 59 60 56

Season 2012 2000 2000 2009 2009 2012 2000 2009 2001 1999

Home Runs Rk. Player 1. Corey Taylor 2. Ben Soignier Kyle Suire 4. Jon Prevost Corey Taylor Terry Mathews Joe Sims Frank Scelfo 9. Ben Jones Terry Mathews

HR 19 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 14 14

AB 189 236 226 229 211 166 133 145 216 161

GP Season 54 1998 57 2008 55 2008 59 2009 60 1996 46 1986 39 1986 52 1981 56 2004 51 1987

Runs Scored Rk. Player 1. Ben Soignier 2. Corey Taylor 3. Boomer Blanchard 4. Jon Prevost Ted White 6. Kyle Suire 7. Corey Taylor 8. Corey Taylor 9. Tommy Lewis 10. Andy Davis

Runs 83 73 71 70 70 67 66 64 62 61

GP 57 60 58 59 62 55 54 52 50 48

Season 2008 1996 2009 2009 2000 2008 1998 1997 1997 1992

Runs Batted In Rk. Player 1. Ben Soingier 2. Dexter Fontenot 3. Kyle Suire 4. Jason Shelley 5. Stacey Wilcox 6. Ben Jones 7. Shannon Cooley 8. Willie Core Corey Taylor 10. Matt Laird Ben Jones Cris Coffield

RBI 71 67 65 61 60 58 57 56 56 55 55 55

AB 226 209 226 213 199 216 229 211 211 249 222 222

GP Season 59 2009 54 2008 55 2008 58 1999 56 1995 56 2004 58 1996 58 2001 60 1996 58 2009 56 2003 60 1996

Hits Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Player Hits AB Ben Soignier 93 236 Boomer Blanchard 87 248 Willie Core 87 219 Willie Core 86 211 Ben Soingier 85 226 Jesse Hoorelbeke 85 232 Kyle Suire 83 226 Ted White 82 244 Jason Wolfe 82 243 Caleb Clowers 79 263 Joey Rapp 79 245 Caleb Clowers 79 221 Matt Collins 79 243 Shannon Cooley 79 229

Doubles Rk. Player 1. Ted White 2. Shannon Cooley 3. Cris Coffield Stacey Wilcox 5. Ben Soignier Todd Self 7. Ben Soignier 8. Kodie Tidwell Jason Wolfe 10. Joey Rapp Cris Coffield

Doubles 26 24 23 23 22 22 21 20 20 19 19

GP Season 57 2008 58 2009 62 2000 58 2001 59 2009 60 2001 55 2008 62 2000 56 1999 62 2012 62 2012 54 2010 59 2009 58 1996 GP 62 58 60 56 59 63 57 53 56 62 56

Season 2000 1996 1996 1995 2009 2000 2008 2015 1999 2012 1995

Total Bases Rk. Player TB 1. Ben Soignier 166 2. Kyle Suire 149 3. Jason Wolfe 144 4. Ben Soignier 142 5. Corey Taylor 139 6. Ted White 138 7. Boomer Blanchard 137 Willie Core 137 9. Jon Prevost 136 10. Ben Jones 132 Jesse Hoorelbeke 132

GP 57 55 56 59 54 62 59 58 59 56 60

Season 2008 2008 1999 2009 1998 2000 2009 2001 2009 2004 2001

Walks Rk. Player Walks 1. Terry Mathews 57 2. Todd Self 48 3. Ben Soignier 46 Corey Taylor 46 5. Tommy Lewis 44 Corey Taylor 44 Todd Arcement 44 8. Tommy Lewis 43 9. Dalton Herrington 41 Jeremy Sy 41 Cris Coffield 41

GP 51 63 59 52 50 60 40 52 59 60 60

Season 1987 2000 2009 1997 1997 1996 1988 1995 2014 2012 1996

Strikeouts Rk. Player 1. Logan Fiasco 2. Matt Laird 3. Josh Morrison 4. Jesse Hoorelbeke 5. Joey Rapp 6. Bo Bowman Tony Lamothe 8. James Bennett 9. Perry Smith Matt Laird Jesse Hoorelbeke Willie Core

SO 78 74 60 54 53 50 50 49 47 47 47 47

AB 183 249 175 254 198 200 127 210 170 196 232 219

GP Season 59 2012 59 2009 57 2007 63 2000 54 2011 57 2006 38 2005 55 2005 51 2010 50 2008 60 2001 62 2000

Stolen Bases Rk. Player SB 1. Tommy Lewis 42 2. Scott Cadwallader 31 3. Corey Taylor 29 Corey Taylor 29 5. Scott Cadwallader 28 Shannon Cooley 28 Tommy Smith 28 8. Dalton Herrington 24 Les Aulds 24 Les Aulds 24

SBA 48 35 33 32 33 29 30 28 34 30

GP Season 50 1997 61 2000 54 1998 52 1997 58 2001 58 1996 58 1996 59 2014 62 2012 52 2011

Games Played Rk. Player 1. Toby Childers Jesse Hoorelbeke Todd Self 4. Les Aulds Caleb Clowers Joey Rapp Willie Core Ted White 9. Judd Edwards Scott Cadwallader

GP 63 63 63 62 62 62 62 62 61 61

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Single-Season Records PITCHING RECORDS Winning Percentage Rk. Player 1. Ben Sheets 2. Tom Brown 3. Kenny Holubec 4. D.J. Loland 5. Matt Green 6. Aaron Dobbins Andy Weaver Mitch Thomas Robert Frazier Tom Brown

Win Pct. .933 .909 .857 .846 .833 .800 .800 .800 .800 .800

W 14 10 12 11 10 8 8 8 8 8

L Season 1 1999 1 1968 2 2000 2 1997 2 2005 2 2001 2 1996 2 1984 2 1981 2 1969

Wins Rk. Player Wins 1. Ben Sheets 14 2. Kenny Holubec 12 3. D.J. Loland 11 4. Matt Green 10 Mike Thompson 10 Tom Brown 10 7. Andy Weaver 9 Tom Brown 9 Van Pardue 9 10. Tyler Bray 8 Wil Browning 8 Caleb McConnell 8 Aaron Dobbins 8 Brian Carter 8 Mitch Thomas 8 Robert Frazier 8 Mike Thompson 8 Tom Brown 8 Tom Brown 8

App Season 18 1999 22 2000 17 1997 17 2005 17 1970 11 1968 18 1995 21 1970 13 1970 33 2014 31 2012 26 2003 17 2001 15 1996 11 1984 10 1981 13 1972 10 1971 15 1969

Losses Rk. Player Losses 1. Alan Broyles 9 2. James Jones 8 David Mixon 8 Danny Borne 8 Kevin Orga 8 Pat Holliday 8 7. Alex Dumaine 7 Randy Zeigler 7 Jordy Poche 7 Ben Sheets 7 Denny Blair 7 Mitch Thomas 7 Paul Holliday 7 Paul Fellers 7

App Season 22 1991 15 2010 25 2006 19 2005 19 1999 11 1974 23 2014 18 2012 14 2009 19 1998 18 1994 11 1985 12 1973 11 1972

Saves Rk. Player 1. Michael Durham 2. Bobby Carro 3. David Mixon 4. James Jones Derek Ward Allen Randle 7. Anthony Herrera Wil Browning James Stephens Allen Randle Mark Wisniewski Mark Wisniewski

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Saves 10 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Season 2000 2001 2007 2011 2008 1987 2015 2012 2005 1988 1983 1982

Earned Run Average (Min. 40 Innings Pitched) Rk. Player ERA ER IP Season 1. Tom Brown 0.51 4 40.1 1968 2. Tom Brown 0.77 7 78.0 1971 3. David Davis 1.22 9 56.1 1967 4. David Davis 1.37 7 46.0 1966 5. Kenny Roussel 1.63 12 81.0 1970 Kenny Roussel 1.63 11 60.2 1969 7. Van Pardue 1.72 18 94.0 1970 8. Van Pardue 1.73 12 46.0 1971 9. Ed Quimby 1.75 13 52.0 1963 10. Kenny Roussel 1.80 7 43.1 1968 Shutouts Rk. Player 1. Denny Player Joe Sharp Gary Morrison Kenneth Vial Tom Brown Van Pardue 7. 15 tied Innings Pitched Rk. Player 1. Kenny Holubec 2. Tom Brown 3. Ben Sheets 4. Kevin Orga 5. Randy Zeigler 6. Mike Wombacher 7. Andy Weaver 8. Matt Green 9. Kenny Holubec 10. Denny Blair

Sho Season 3 1995 3 1979 3 1979 3 1979 3 1971 3 1970 2 IP 138.2 116.0 115.2 113.2 112.1 110.0 105.2 105.1 104.2 102.2

App Season 22 2000 21 1970 18 1999 24 2000 18 2012 17 2000 18 1995 17 2005 15 1999 17 1995

Walks Rk. Player 1. Chris Rimmer Mitch Thomas 3. Randy Zeigler 4. Kenny Holubec Kenny Holubec Richard Campbell 7. Mitch Thomas 8. Dean Robichaux 9. Chris Rimmer Allen Randle

BB 57 57 56 50 50 50 48 47 44 44

IP 74.1 62.2 112.1 138.2 104.2 87.2 62.1 68.2 75.0 50.0

App Season 20 1991 12 1983 18 2012 22 2000 15 1999 14 1994 11 1984 11 1977 16 1990 11 1986

Strikeouts Rk. Player 1. Kenny Holubec 2. Ben Sheets 3. Matt Green 4. Richard Campbell 5. Randy Zeigler Kenny Holubec 7. Tom Brown 8. Kevin Orga Mike Thompson 10. Mike Thompson

SO 162 158 141 116 111 111 107 106 106 102

IP 138.2 115.2 105.1 87.2 112.1 104.2 116.0 113.2 93.2 84.0

App Season 22 2000 18 1999 16 2005 14 1994 18 2012 15 1999 21 1970 24 2000 13 1972 12 1971

Appearances Rk. Player 1. Michael Durham 2. Tyler Bray 3. Wil Browning 4. Kendall Thamm 5. Derek Ward 6. Tyler Bray Bobby Carro Bobby Carro 9. Caleb McConnell 10. A.J. Ford James Stephens Caleb McConnell Mike Wisniewski

App 36 33 31 30 28 27 27 27 26 25 25 25 25

Season 2000 2014 2012 2012 2008 2013 2002 2001 2003 2007 2005 2001 1982

Relief Appearances Rk. Player 1. Michael Durham 2. Tyler Bray 3. Wil Browning 4. Kendall Thamm 5. Derek Ward 6. Bobby Carro 7. Tyler Bray 8. Mark Wisniewski 9. A.J. Ford 10. Wil Browning James Stephens

RA 36 32 31 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 23

Season 2000 2014 2012 2012 2008 2001 2013 1982 2006 2010 2005

Games Started Rk. Player GS App Season 1. Kenny Holubec 19 22 2000 2. Randy Zeigler 18 18 2012 3. Matt Green 16 17 2005 Ryan Schwabe 16 17 2003 Mike Wombacher 16 17 2000 Denny Blair 16 17 1995 7. Cale Wine 15 15 2013 Cale Wine 15 17 2012 Danny Borne 15 17 2005 Justin Lensch 15 17 2003 Ben Sheets 15 18 1999 Ben Mann 15 15 1996 Alan Broyles 15 22 1991

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Career Records BATTING RECORDS

Batting Average (Min. 225 At-Bats) Rk. Player Avg. Hits AB 1. Willie Core .365 296 810 2. Todd Gray .362 116 322 3. Andy Davis .358 206 575 4. Ben Soignier .354 296 837 5. Kyle Suire .353 156 442 6. Marvin Brosset .352 138 392 7. Jared Doty .347 103 340 8. Larry Turner .343 98 286 9. Bo Bowman .339 118 348 10. Shawn Robinson .338 82 243 At-Bats Rk. Player 1. Ben Soignier 2. Judd Edwards 3. Willie Core 4. Jason Wolfe 5. Corey Taylor 6. Caleb Clowers 7. Ted White 8. Justin Stawychny 9. Matt Laird 10. Bryan Zander Runs Scored Rk. Player 1. Corey Taylor 2. Ben Soignier 3. Jason Wolfe 4. Ted White 5. Willie Core 6. Tommy Lewis 7. Brian Zander 8. Andy Davis 9. Judd Edwards 10. Terry Matthews Hits Rk. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Ben Soignier Willie Core Judd Edwards Jason Wolfe Corey Taylor Caleb Clowers Bryan Zander Ted White Andy Davis Ben Jones

Doubles Rk. Player 1. Ben Soignier 2. Jason Wolfe 3. Willie Core 4. Ted White 5. Judd Edwards Justin LaBorde 7. Justin Stawychny 8. Dexter Fontenot Ben Jones Cris Cofield

AB 837 835 810 727 704 700 690 683 677 661

GP 216 219 223 197 210 170 190 202 190 189

Seasons 1998-01 1993-94 1988-92 2006-09 2007-08 1964-68 2002-03 1969-70 2006-07 1989-90

Triples Rk. Player 1. Corey Taylor 2. Andy Davis 3. Jeremy Sy 4. Bo Bowman Terry Matthews Gary Roberts 7. Jaime Estrada 8. Justin Stawychny James Bennett 10. Joe Sims Frank Tornabene

Triples 14 12 11 10 10 10 9 8 8 7 7

GP Seasons 156 1995-98 171 1988-92 101 2011-12 103 2006-07 182 1984-87 161 1976-78,80 118 2001-02 202 2012-15 109 2005-06 88 1985-86 176 1981-84

Seasons 2006-09 2010-13 1998-01 1996-99 1995-98 2010-12 1998-02 2012-15 2007-11 1996-99

Home Runs Rk. Player 1. Corey Taylor 2. Terry Mathews 3. Ben Soignier 4. Frank Scelfo 5. Nick Wade Jason Wolfe 7. Kyle Suire Ben Jones 9. Willie Core Joe Sims

HR 51 41 39 36 31 31 26 26 24 24

GP 210 181 216 180 178 197 111 163 223 88

Seasons 1995-98 1984-87 2006-09 1978-81 2007-10 1996-99 2007-08 2002-04 1998-01 1985-86

RBI 197 188 180 168 147 141 136 134 130 128

GP 223 210 216 182 189 163 197 172 182 178

Seasons 1998-01 1995-98 2006-09 1984-87 1996-99 2002-04 1996-99 2005-08 1995-98 2007-10

Runs 240 222 180 169 168 161 155 137 134 131

GP 210 216 197 190 223 174 189 171 219 182

Seasons 1995-98 2006-09 1996-99 1998-02 1998-01 1994-97 1996-99 1988-92 2010-13 1984-87

Runs Batted In Rk. Player 1. Willie Core 2. Corey Taylor 3. Ben Soigier 4. Terry Mathews 5. Bryan Zander 6. Ben Jones 7. Jason Wolfe 8. Dexter Fontenot 9. Michael Harvey 10. Nick Wade

Hits AB 296 837 296 810 234 835 231 727 229 704 220 700 218 661 217 690 206 575 202 616

GP 216 223 219 197 210 170 189 190 171 163

Seasons 2006-09 1998-01 2010-13 1996-99 1995-98 2010-12 1996-99 1998-02 1988-92 2002-04

Total Bases Rk. Player 1. Ben Soignier 2. Corey Taylor 3. Willie Core 4. Jason Wolfe 5. Terry Mathews 6. Ted White 7. Ben Jones 8. Judd Edwards Nick Wade 10. Bryan Zander

TB 478 449 429 393 366 342 324 316 316 307

GP 216 210 223 197 182 190 163 219 178 210

Seasons 2006-09 1995-98 1998-01 1996-99 1984-87 1998-02 2002-04 2010-13 2007-10 1996-99

Doubles 63 59 57 55 55 45 43 40 40 40

GP 216 197 223 190 219 152 202 172 163 116

Seasons 2006-09 1996-99 1998-01 1998-02 2010-13 2002-06 2012-15 2005-08 2002-04 1995-96

Walks Rk. Player 1. Corey Taylor 2. Andy Davis 3. Ben Soignier 4. Tommy Lewis 5. Terry Mathews 6. Willie Core 7. Bryan Zander 8. Frank Scelfo 9. Todd Arcement 10. Frank Tornabene

Walks 172 147 128 124 114 113 107 91 91 89

GP 210 171 216 174 182 223 189 180 119 176

Seasons 1995-98 1988-02 2006-09 1994-97 1984-87 1998-01 1996-99 1978-81 1987-89 1981-84

Strikeouts Rk. Player 1. Matt Laird 2. Justin Stawychny 3. Corey Taylor 4. Willie Core 5. Josh Morrison 6. Taylor Abdalla 7. Jason Wolfe Terry Mathews 9. Judd Edwards 10. Nick Wade

SO 185 171 160 152 148 130 124 124 120 118

GP 190 202 210 223 174 154 197 182 219 178

Seasons 2007-11 2012-15 1995-98 1998-01 2004-07 2010-13 1996-99 1984-87 2010-13 2007-10

Stolen Bases Rk. Player 1. Tommy Lewis 2. Corey Taylor 3. Scott Cadwallader 4. Les Aulds Ben Soignier 6. Glenn Jackson 7. Andy Davis 8. Shannon Cooley Tommy Smith 10. Steve McDowell

SB 96 94 59 48 48 45 44 43 43 42

GP 174 210 119 216 114 98 171 115 113 122

Seasons 1994-97 1995-98 2000-01 2011-12 2006-09 2004-05 1988-92 1995-96 1995-96 1969-42

Games Played Rk. Player 1. Willie Core 2. Judd Edwards 3. Ben Soignier 4. Corey Taylor 5. Justin Stawychny 6. Jason Wolfe 7. Matt Laird Ted White 9. Bryan Zander 10. Brian LeBlanc

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GP 223 219 216 210 202 197 190 190 189 188

Seasons 1998-01 2010-13 2006-09 1995-98 2012-15 1996-99 2007-11 1998-02 1996-99 1981-84

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Career Records PITCHING RECORDS

Winning Percentage Rk. Player Win Pct. 1. D.J. Loland .850 2. Kenny Holubec .821 3. Tom Brown .729 4. Mike Thompson .721 5. Wil Browning .684 Ben Sheets .684 Mark Wisniewski .684 8. Andy Weaver .680 9. David Davis .667 10. Matt Green .640

W 17 23 35 31 13 26 13 17 20 16

Wins Rk. Player Wins 1. Tom Brown 35 2. Mike Thompson 31 3. Ben Sheets 26 4. Kenny Holubec 23 Kenny Roussel 23 6. Joe Sharp 21 Van Pardue 21 8. David Davis 20 9. D.J. Loland 17 Brian Carter 17 Andy Weaver 17

L Seasons 3 1996-98 5 1997-99 13 1968-71 12 1969-72 6 2010-12 12 1997-99 6 1982-85 8 1995-96 10 1965-68 9 2003-05 App Season 60 1968-71 49 1969-72 57 1997-99 50 1997-99 40 1968-71 40 1978-81 40 1968-71 44 1965-68 42 1996-99 45 1995-97 38 1995-98

Losses Rk. Player Losses App Seasons 1. Joe Sharp 16 40 1978-81 Randy Reynolds 16 38 1975-78 Larry Reece 16 38 1974-77 4. Alex Hermeling 15 42 2012-15 Paul Holliday 15 23 1973-74 6. Dean Robichaux 14 28 1977-79 7. Shelby Aulds 13 60 2011-13 Jordy Poche 13 42 2008-11 Mitch Thomas 13 34 1983-85 Tom Brown 13 60 1968-71 Kenny Roussel 13 40 1968-71 Save s Rk. Player Saves Seasons 1. Mark Wisniewski 20 1982-85 2. Bobby Carro 14 2001-02 3. Allen Randle 13 1986-88 4. David Mixon 12 2006-07 Michael Durham 12 1999-03 6. Wil Browning 11 2010-12 7. Derek Ward 9 2008-10 8. Jim Miller 8 2003-04 Ben Sheets 8 1997-99 10. Tyler Bray 7 2013-14 James Jones 7 2010-11 Jeff Parker 7 1989-92 Earned Run Average (Min. 40 Innings Pitched) Rk. Player ERA ER IP Seasons 1. Tom Brown 1.43 45 345.1 1968-71 2. Mike Thompson 1.81 63 312.1 1969-72 3. Van Pardue 1.89 48 228.2 1968-71 4. Kenny Roussel 1.94 47 218.0 1968-71 5. David Davis 1.99 47 212.2 1965-68 6. Matt Dornier 3.23 46 128.0 1982-85 7. Mike Tinnerello 3.24 36 100.0 1963-66 8. Mark Wisniewski 3.51 48 123.0 1982-85 9. Larry Reece 3.53 82 209.0 1974-77 10. Paul Holliday 3.59 47 117.2 1973-74

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Shutouts Rk. Player Sho Seasons 1. Tom Brown 8 1968-71 Van Pardue 8 1968-71 3. Mike Thompson 7 1969-72 4. David Davis 6 1965-68 5. Joe Sharp 5 1978-71 Randy Reynolds 5 1975-78 Larry Reece 5 1974-77 8. Gary Morrison 4 1979-80 Kenneth Vial 4 1978-80 Kenny Roussel 4 1968-71 Innings Pitched Rk. Player IP App Seasons 1. Tom Brown 345.1 60 1968-71 2. Mike Thompson 312.1 49 1969-72 3. Kenny Holubec 282.2 50 1998-00 4. Corey Artieta 281.2 76 1996-99 5. Brian Carter 254.1 45 1995-97 6. Bret Resweber 241.2 64 1989-92 7. Ben Sheets 239.0 57 1997-99 8. Van Pardue 228.2 40 1968-71 9. James Stephens 222.2 79 2004-07 10. Jared Jennings 222.0 83 2005-08 Walks Rk. Player 1. Mitch Thomas 2. Larry Reece 3. Kenny Holubec 4. Darren Rak 5. Brian Carter 6. Chris Rimmer 7. Randy Reynolds 8. Terry Mathews 9. Mike Thompson 10. Alex Hermeling Darren Wheeler

BB 144 132 119 105 104 102 100 95 94 93 93

App 34 38 50 43 45 36 38 38 49 42 33

Seasons 1983-85 1974-77 1998-00 1985-88 1995-97 1990-91 1975-78 1984-87 1969-72 2012-15 1984-87

Strikeouts Rk. Player 1. Kenny Holubec 2. Tom Brown 3. Mike Thompson 4. Ben Sheets 5. Matt Green 6. Corey Artieta 7. Kenny Roussel 8. Van Pardue 9. Brian Carter 10. David Davis

SO 321 319 317 283 257 242 220 208 204 195

App 50 60 49 57 76 76 40 40 45 44

Seasons 1998-00 1968-71 1969-72 1997-99 2003-05 1996-99 1968-71 1968-71 1995-97 1965-99

Appearances Rk. Player 1. Jared Jennings Caleb McConnell 3. Michael Durham 4. James Stephens 5. Jeff Parker 6. Corey Artieta 7. Mark Wisniewski 8. Bret Resweber 9. D.J. Fortenberry 10. Tyler Bray Shelby Aulds Tom Brown

App 83 83 81 79 77 76 67 64 63 60 60 60

Relief Appearances Rk. Player 1. Michael Durham 2. Jeff Parker 3. Mark Wisniewski 4. Jared Jennings 5. Tyler Bray Wil Browning D.J. Fortenberry 7. James Stephens Caleb McConnell 9. Derek Ward 10. Shelby Aulds Bobby Carro

RA 79 73 66 65 58 58 58 55 55 45 43 43

Seasons 1999-03 1989-92 1982-85 2005-08 2013-14 2010-12 2005-08 2004-07 2001-03 2008-10 2011-13 2001-02

Games Started Rk. Player GS App Seasons 1. Kenny Holubec 39 50 1998-00 2. Corey Artieta 38 76 1996-99 Brian Carter 38 45 1995-97 4. Alex Hermeling 37 42 2012-15 5. Tom Brown 36 60 1968-71 6. Larry Reece 34 38 1974-77 Mike Thompson 34 49 1969-72 8. Mitch Thomas 33 34 1983-85 Van Pardue 33 40 1968-71 Kenny Roussel 33 40 1968-71

Seasons 2005-08 2000-03 1999-03 2004-07 1989-92 1996-99 1982-85 1989-92 2005-08 2013-14 2011-13 1968-71

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All-Time Leaders Games Played Season: Career: At-Bats Game: Season: Career:

63, Toby Childers (2000) 63, Jesse Hoorelbeke (2000) 223, Willie Core (1998-01)

8, Jack Skaggs vs. McNeese St. (2003) 263, Caleb Clowers (2012) 837, Ben Soignier (2006-09)

Runs Scored Game: 5, Several Times last by Dalton Herrington vs. Texas St. (2014) Season: 83, Ben Soignier (2008) Career: 240, Corey Taylor (1995-98) Hits Game: Season: Career:

6, Stanley Wiltz vs. Delta State (1992) 93, Ben Soignier (2008) 296, Ben Soignier (2006-09) 296, Willie Core (1998-01)

Doubles Game: Season: Career:

4, Kodie Tidwell at App State (2015) 26, Ted White (2000) 63, Ben Soignier (2006-09)

Triples Game: Season: Career:

2, A.J. Siggers at South Alabama (2008) 2, Travis Drader vs. La. College (2006) 2, James Bennett vs. Centenary (2005) 2, Bryan Zander vs. McNeese St. (1997) 8, Andy Davis (1992) 14, Corey Taylor (1995-98)

Home Runs Inning: 2, Michael Harvey vs. McNeese St. (1996) Game: 3, Wade Walker vs. UALR (1992) 3, Harold Henry vs. Northwestern St. (1991) Season: 19, Corey Taylor (1998) Career: 51, Corey Taylor (1995-98) Batting Average Season: Career: RBI Game: Season: Career: Total Bases Game: Season: Career:

.424, David Klick (1980) .365, Willie Core (1998-01)

9, Joe Sims vs. Miss. College (1986) 71, Ben Soignier (2006-09) 197, Corey Taylor (1995-98) 13, Wade Walker vs. UALR (1992) 166, Ben Soignier (2008) 478, Ben Soignier (2006-09)

Slugging Percentage Season: Career: Hitting Streak Season: Strikeouts Season: Career:

.790, Joe Sims (1986) .668, Joe Sims (1985-86) 31, Willie Core (2001) 78, Logan Fiasco (2012) 185, Matt Laird (2007-11)

Walks Game: 5, Jerold Schmeer vs. New Orleans (1986) Season: 57, Terry Mathews (1987) Career: 172, Corey Taylor (1995-98) Stolen Bases Game: 5, Tommy Lewis vs. La. College (1994) Season: 42, Tommy Lewis (1997) Career: 96, Tommy Lewis (1994-1997)

Hit by Pitch Season:

23, Rowdy Nutt (1991)

Sacrifice Hits Season: Career:

15, Jay Nelson (1991) 27, Brian LeBlanc (1981-84)

Sacrifice Flies Season: Career:

8, Dexter Fontenot (2008) 13, Dexter Fontenot (2005-08)

Putouts Game: Season: Career:

19, Mike Thompson vs. La. Tech (1994) 538, Matt Collins (2009) 1,397, Ben Jones (2002-2004)

Assists Game: Season: Career:

10, Boomer Walker vs. Delta St. (1993) 211, Boomer Blanchard (2009) 568, Ben Soignier (2006-09)

Errors Season: Career:

28, Jason Wolfe (1997) 71, Ben Soignier (2006-09)

Total Chances Season: Career:

581, Matt Collins (2009) 1,498, Ben Jones (1990-92)

Appearances Season: Career:

36, Michael Durham (2000) 83, Jared Jennings (2005-08) 83, Caleb McConnell (2000-03)

Relief Appearances Season: 36, Michael Durham (2000) Career: 79, Michael Durham (1999-03) Games Started Season: Career:

19, Kenny Holubec (2000) 39, Kenny Holubec (1998-00)

Wins Season: Career:

14, Ben Sheets (1999) 35, Tom Brown (1968-71)

ERA Season: Career:

0.51, Tom Brown (1968) 1.43, Tom Brown (1968-71)

Saves Season: Career:

10, Michael Durham (2000) 20, Mark Wisniewski (1982-85)

Complete Games Season: Career: Shutouts Season: Career:

3, by several 8, Tom Brown (1968-71) 8, Van Pardue (1968-71)

Innings Pitched Game: Season: Career: Strikeouts Game: Season: Career: Walks Season: Career:

12, Tom Brown (1970) 29, Tom Brown (1968-71)

17.0, Tom Brown vs. SHSU (1969) 138.2, Kenny Holubec (2000) 345.1, Tom Brown (1968-71)

20, Ben Sheets vs. Louisiana Tech (1999) 162, Kenny Holubec (2000) 321, Kenny Holubec (1998-00) 57, Chris Rimmer (1991) 57, Mitch Thomas (1983) 144, Mitch Thomas (1983-85)

Home Runs Allowed Season: 18, Kenny Holubec (2000) Career: 42, Kenny Holubec (1998-00) No-Hitters Season: Career:

2, Van Pardue (1969) 2, Van Pardue (1968-71)

OFFENSIVE TEAM RECORDS Game Innings: 17, vs. Sam Houston State, 1969 Runs: 28, vs. Mississippi College, 1986 Hits: 32, vs. Mississippi College, 1986 Doubles: 8, at App State, 3/22/2015 8, vs. Centenary, 1998 Triples: 3, vs. Mississippi Valley State, 3/14/2015 3, vs. Louisiana College, 4/25/2006 3, vs. New Orleans, 2/11/2005 3, vs. Memphis, 1974 Home Runs: 7, vs. Middle Tennessee, 2008 7, vs. Centenary, 1985 Stolen Bases: 10, vs. Louisiana College, 1994 10, vs. East Texas, 1990 Walks: 20, vs. Louisiana College, 1986 Strikeouts: 19, vs. FIU, 3/31/2012 19, vs. Grand Canyon, 1971 Runs in an inning: 12, vs. SE Louisiana, 5/20/2005 12, vs. Mississippi College, 1986 Season Games: 63, 2000 Average: .329, 2008 ERA: 1.99, 1971 Fielding: .971, 2012 Runs: 504, 2000 Hits: 697, 2008 Home Runs: 93, 2008 Hit By Pitch: 90, 2010 Shutouts: 11, 1979 Strikeouts: 502, 2000 Walks: 248, 1978 Most Victories: 41, 1996, 2000 Fewest Victories (min. 30 games): 6, 1974 Most Defeats: 38, 1978 & 2010 Fewest Defeats: 11, 1969 Consecutive Wins: 10, 1996 Consecutive Defeats: 15, 2006 Best Win Pct.: 25-11 (.694), 1969 ULM NO-HITTERS

Five Innings Joe Jordan vs. McNeese State -- 1954 (won 8-5) Seven Innings Denny Bair vs. Northwestern State March 5, 1995 (won 2-0) Johnny Dickerson vs. Texas A&M Feb. 27, 1982 (lost 1-0) Randy Reynolds vs. Louisiana Tech April 4, 1977 (won 4-0) Kenny Roussel vs. Southeastern Louisiana 1970 (won 2-1) Van Pardue vs. Southeastern Louisiana 1969 (won 7-0) Van Pardue vs. Louisiana Tech 1969 (won 8-0) Steve Karnes vs. Mississippi College 1967 (won 8-0) Bob Rachal vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 1961 (won 6-1) Nine Innings Rickey Rockett vs. Southwest Texas April 6, 1973 (won 11-0) Combined Ben Sheets, Lance Caraccioli vs. Louisiana College, 2-12-98 (W, 23-0) Andy Weaver, Jim Abbott vs. Prairie View, 2-12-95 (W, 11-0) Russ Brown, Randy Reynolds vs. McNeese, 3-19-77 (W, 6-2) Dickie Keith, Tom Brown vs. Belhaven, 1969 (W, 5-1) Ricky Gimmett, Roy Holloway 1967

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NCAA Tournament History

2012 NCAA Regional (1-2)

1999 NCAA Regional (0-2)

ULM 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 4 2 LSU 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 X - 4 6 0 WP: Aaron Nola (7-4) SV: Chris Cotton (1) LP: Randy Zeigler (5-7) T-2:23 A-10989

ULM 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 4 4 2 (36-21) LSU 0 0 3 0 1 5 2 0 X - 11 12 1 (38-21-1) WP: Kurt Ainsworth (12-5) LP: Ben Sheets (14-1) T-2:59 A-7513 HR - ULM - Jason Shelly HR - LSU - Blair Barbier; Trey McClure; Jeremy Witten

June 1, 2012 at Baton Rouge, La.

(31-29) (44-16)

June 2, 2012 at Baton Rouge, La.

Belmont 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 - 3 6 1 (39-24) ULM 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 X - 6 10 0 (32-29) WP: Kendall Thamm (7-3) LP: Scott Moses (2-3) T-2:30 A-10373

June 3, 2012 at Baton Rouge, La.

ULM 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 2 8 3 (32-30) Oregon St. 0 4 0 3 2 0 2 0 X - 11 13 3 (40-19) WP: Ben Wetzler (8-2) LP: Shelby Aulds (3-3) T-3:09 A-10369

May 28, 1999 at Baton Rouge, La.

May 29, 1999 at Baton Rouge, La.

Southern 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 - 8 15 4 (29-15) ULM 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 - 7 10 1 (36-22) WP: Trammel Moore (4-3) LP: Kevin Orga (6-8) T-3:20 A-6166 HR - ULM - Jason Shelly

1995 NCAA Regional (0-2) May 25, 1995 at Baton Rouge, La.

2000 NCAA Regional (2-2) May 26, 2000 at Baton Rouge, La.

ULM 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 - 8 13 2 (40-20) New Orleans 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 - 3 5 1 (37-24) WP: Kenny Holubec (12-2) LP: Scott Tranchina (7-3) A-2774 HR - ULM - Ted White

May 27, 2000 at Baton Rouge, La.

LSU 2 0 14 4 1 0 0 0 0 - 21 19 1 (45-17) ULM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 7 0 (40-21) WP: Brian Tallet (13-3) SV: Billy Brian (2) LP: Mike Wombacher (7-4) T-2:56 A-7461 HR - LSU - Brad Cresse (3)

May 27, 2000 at Baton Rouge, La.

ULM 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 2 2 - 10 16 1 (41-21) New Orleans 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 - 4 7 1 (38-25) WP: Kevin Orga (10-5) LP: Roy Shanks (4-5) T-2:43 A-1736 HR - ULM - White, Ted; Jesse Horrelbeke HR - UNO - Sammy Cooper

May 28, 2000 at Baton Rouge, La.

May 26, 1995 at Baton Rouge, La.

Cent. Mich. 7 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 - 14 25 2 (41-15) ULM 2 0 3 0 1 1 1 3 0 - 11 17 1 (37-20) WP: John Pikur (5-5) SV: Troy Novak (1) LP: Brian Carter (7-3) T-3:51 A-1449 HR - CMU - Tobias Kominek HR - ULM - Cris Coffield (2)

1983 NCAA Regional (0-2) May 13, 1983 at Austin, Texas

ULM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 5 5 (32-20) Texas 2 0 0 0 0 4 7 2 X - 15 18 2 WP: Roger Clemens (11-5) LP: Mitch Thomas (5-4) HR - Texas - Loy

May 14, 1983 at Austin, Texas

LSU 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 - 5 9 1 (48-17) ULM 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 - 3 9 1 (41-22) WP: Shane Youman (3-0) SV: Weylin Guidry (6) LP: Michael Durham (7-3) T-2:48 A-7396 HR - LSU - Brad Hawpe (2)

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ULM 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 - 6 8 1 (37-19) CS-Fullerton 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 7 17 1 (50-9) WP: Ted Silva (15-1) LP: Kelly Jones (3-2) T-2:46 A-2457 HR - ULM - Andy Russell

UTPA 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 - 9 11 1 ULM 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 2 - 8 11 2 (32-21) WP: Loreth (11-2) LP: Steve Kirby (4-6) HR - UTPA - Barbosa; Chavez; Beason

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All-Time Roster A•A•A Ackel, David Abdalla, Taylor Adams, Fraser Adams, Scott Adcock, Paul Ainsworth, David Akin, Jacky Albritton, Kevin Albritton, Lance Alexander, Brandon Allen, Jerry Almond, James Amedee, Barry Anderson, Justin Anthony, Larry Arbogast, John Arcement, Todd Ardoin, Shane Armstrong, Don Arrant, Adam Arrant, Brandon Artieta, Corey Aucoin, Gary Auger, Trey Aulds, Ed Aulds, Jay Aulds, Les Aulds, Shelby Auttonberry, Casey

1996-97 2010-13 2011-12 1990 1982 1961 1972-73 1979, 81 1991 2012-13 1976-78 1967-68 1968-71 2009 1979-82 1979 1987-89 2009-11 1967 2003 2004 1996-99 1993-95 2015-pres. 1957 2001-04 2011 2011-13 2007-10

B•B•B Bailey, Evan Bair, Denny Ballard, Don Barbee, John Barefoot, Brian Barfield, Adam Barnes, Craig Barnes, Darryl Barnes, Ken Barrentine, Skylar Baty, Clint Baucum, David Beene, Orlando Bell, Brandon Bell, Tiger Benner, Darrell Bennett, Bob Bennett, James Benson, Matt Bergeron, Kevin Bergeron, Ryan Bess, Larry Betz, Bob Bice, Doug Bishop, James Blanchard, Boomer Blanton, Dutchie Blevins, Bryan Boatright, Mark Boniol, Don Booth, Darrel Bordelon, Bill Borne, Danny Bossier, Ryan Bouchey, Brayden

1994 1994-95 1958 1991 2014-pres. 2005 2007 1964-66 1983-86 2010 1991-92 1978 1990 2014-pres. 1995-98 1974 1952-53 2005-06 2000-01 1983 2012-15 1962 1955-56 1970-73 1993-94 2009-10 2004-05 1960 1953 1962, 65-66 1959 1976 2005 1991-92 2015-pres.

Bounds, Dean Bounds, Phil Bourgeois, Ben Bourgeois, Steven Bourgeois, Troy Bourgeois, Julian Bowman, Bo Boyd, J.C. Boyd, Prentiss Boyd, Skeeter Boyles, Tommy Bradburn, Jason Bradford, Keller Bradley, Jimmy Brakefield, Todd Branham, Jay Braud, Denny Bray, Tyler Briley, Luke Brooks, Jack Brossett, Marvin Brothers, Howard Brown, Corey Brown, Kenne Brown, Russ Brown, Tom Browning, Wil Broyles, Alan Brunson, Donnie Bryan, Brady Bryant, George Buckman, Blake Burdine, Andrew Burney, Wayne

1964-65 1971-72 1980 1993 1993 1998 2006-07 1967 1966 1967-69 1955 1994-95 2016-pres. 1955 1993 1978-81 1987-88 2013-14 2010-11 1957 1964-68 1981-82 200-10 1986-87 1975-77 1968-71 2010-12 1990-91 1961-62 1989-90 1958-59, 61 2016-pres. 2004 1967-70

C•C•C Cadwallader, Scott Cain, Greg Caldwell, Bobby Callender, Wendell Campbel, Mel Campbell, Richard Campbell, Sam Canal, Buddy Canal, Joe Caraccioli, Lance Carlson, Aaron Carlson, Bob, Carro, Bobby Carter, Brian Carter, Craig Cater, Chase Case, Craig Caskey, Jim Cassels, Randel Cassels, Sherman Causey, Lynn Causey, Matt Cavalier, Gerard Cavalier, Kevin Cawthon, Matt Cesario, Joey Chance, Allen Chance, Andy Chandler, Bucky Chappell, Josh Charpio, Don

2000-01 1981-84 1961 1986 1970 1993-94 1953-54 1971 1965-68 1996-98 1998 1984-86 2001-02 1995-97 2000-01 2015-pres. 1975-78 1964 1987 2001-02 1963 1991 1982-83 1987 2009-10 2011-12 1991-92 2000-03 2006-07 2008-10 1966-68

Childers, Robert Childers, Toby Chinn, Haydn Christensen, Keith Clay, Billy Clayton, K.C. Clemens, Larry Clement, Davey Cleveland, Strib Clowers, Caleb Cobb, Kenny Cochran, Jimmy Coddou, Payton Coffield, Cris Cole, Stan Collins, Jerry Collins, Matt Comeaux, Stefan Connally, Cody Cook, Tommy Cooley, Shannon Coons, Bobby Corbin, Don Core, Willie Couch, Gus Courville, Brennon Cousino, John Cox, Buster Cox, Tyler Crabtree, Skip Craft, Darron Crawford, Martin Cromwell, James Crouch, Justin Crow, Gary Crowe, Tommy Crumes, Gerald Curtis, Keegan

1988 2000-01 2001 2007-09 1973-74 2005 1957 1989 1997 2010-12 1991-92 1974-77 2014-pres. 1995-96 1987-88 1959-60 2008-09 2010 2012-15 1974 1995-96 1979-81 1966-67 1998-01 1976 2002-03 1957 1980-82 2016-pres. 1989 1990-91 1993-95 1963 2015-pres. 1978 1964 1973 2015-pres.

D•D•D Dade, Steve 1971-72 Daily, Ethan 2016-pres. Daniel, Billy 1961 Daniels, Will 2015-pres. Davies, Ronnie 1963 Davis, Andy 1988-89, 91-92 Davis, Dan 1974 Davis, David 1965-68 Davis, Harold 1953-56 Day, Chad 1989 Dean, Jimmy 1971-72 DeFriend, Chance 2015-pres. Dellocono, Vincent 2013-pres. DePillo, Paul 1988-89 Detore, Camillo 1952-54 Dickerson, John 1982, 84-86 Dischler, Tony Dobbins, Aaron 2001-02 Doolan, Blake 1991-92 Dopson, Logan 2011-15 Dornier, Matt 1983-86 Dorsey, Lyle 1957-58 Doty, Jerad 2002-03 Douglas, James 1996 Drader, Travis 2006-07 Dreiling, Scott 1992 Dudley, Chris 2012-13

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Dugan, Jamie Dugas, Mark Dumaine, Alex Duncan, Willie Durham, Michael Duprist, Guy Dush, Ron Dye, Jared Dykes, Charley

1989 1985-88 2013-14 1991-94 1999-00, 02-03 1955-56 1987 2013-14 1963-65

E•E•E Eady, Kade Edwards, Judd Elkins, David Ellington, Ryan Elliott, Mike Ensminger, John Eppinette, Jay Eppinette, Woody Estep, James Estrada, Jaime Evans, Barry

2002-04 2010-13 1963 1986 1982 1953 1967 1970-71 1957 2001-02 1982-83

F•F•F Faciane, Josh Fellers, Paul Fiasco, Conner Fiasco, Logan Fields, Dennis Fields, Gary Fiene, Tim Filippi, Mario Finley, Chuck Finley, David Fleming, Sean Flemister, Tyler Fletcher, Jeremy Fontenot, Dexter Ford, A.J. Fortenberry, D.J. Foster, Ed Foster, Tommy Frank, Nick Frazier, Bill Frazier, Robert Frazier, Robert Free, Mason Freeman, Vernon Frost, Hayden Fuller, Bruce Fuller, Jeff Futch, Brian Futch, Darrin

2012-pres. 1972 2015 2012-13 1956 1961-62, 65 1990-91 2003-04 1984-85 1978 1988-89 2006 2000-01 2005-08 2006-07 2005-08 1971-73 1979 1998-99 1982-84 1979-81 1989 2011 1957 2016-pres. 1977 2011-14 1992 1994, 96-98

G•G•G Gammil, Gene Gannaway, Guy Gardner, Stan Garvin, Ronnie Garvin, Todd Gay, Brent Gay, Jesse George, Carol Giammanco, Ian Gill, Josh Godwin, Jerry Good, Bryan

1959 1957 1961 1995 2003-06 2011-12 2004 1955, 57-58 2000-02 2009-10 1960-63 1991-93

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All-Time Roster Graffagnini, Todd Graham, Drew Granier, Drew Graves, Lee Gray, Todd Green, Andrew Green, Corben Green, Matt Grimmett, Ricky Gross, Jay Groves, Bob Grubb, Michael Guerriero, Mark Guerriero, Paul Guillory, Matt Guyton, Duffy

1988 2008-09 2010-11 2001-02, 04 1993-94 2004 2011-13 2003-05 1967-68 1957-60 1958, 62 1973 1990 1992-93 2002-04 1988-89

H•H•H Hagar, Randy Hagar, Ray Hall, Ladd Hall, John Hamilton, Bill Hammond, Jarrett Hannah, Billy Hanson, Tim Hardwick, Mac Hardy, Will Hare, Gerald Harrell, David Harrell, Jo Harrell, Patrick Harris, Tyler Harrison, Justin Harrison, Tim Harvey, Michael Harvey, Mike Hastings, Bob Hawthorne, Kyle Haydel, Darren Haye, Doug Hayward, Al Hebert, Darrell Hebert, Tanner Helton, Rodney Hemphill, Spencer Henderson, K.C. Hendrix, Cole Henry, Harold Hermeling, Alex Herrera, Anthony Herrington, Dalton Hicks, Jason High, Taka Hilger, Rob Hodge, Jimmy Hoffpauir, Bradley Hogan, Ron Holleman, Johnny Holley, Tag Holliday, Paul Holloway, Roy Holubec, Kenny Hoorelbeke, Jesse Hopper, Ray Horchak, Greg Horton, Joe

1994 1994 2005-06 1963-66 1975 2010-11 1969-72 1985-86 1959 2009 1953 1970-71 1952 1989-90 2005-07 1997 1978-80 1995-98 1974 1982-83 1997 1993-94 1994 2000-03 1973 2013-14 1987 2015-pres. 1999 2015-pres. 1989-91 2012-15 2014-pres. 2013-14 2011 2014 1967 1974 2003-04 1985-86 1969-70 1980-83 1973-74 1966-67 1998-00 2000-01 1956-57 1977-78 1987

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Hubbard, Brent Huckabay, Gary Huckaby, Wayne Hudson, Douglas Hudson, Tom Huff, Ronnie Huff, Tommy Huffman, Joe Hughes, George Hughes, Mitchell Hunt, Chris Husser, Ronnie Hymel, Eddie

1980 1958-59 1957 1952-53 1955 1973-76 1969, 72 1964-67 1957 1956, 59 2014-pres. 1969-72 2001-04

J•J•J Jackson, Glenn Jacola, Joey James, Gordon James, Mike James, Russ Jennings, Jared Jensen, Joe Jersey, Billy Jinks, Huey Jinks, Wesley Johnson, Alfred Jolley, Brad Jones, Andy Jones, Andy Jones, Ben Jones, Blake Jones, Christo Jones, Danny Jones, James Jones, Kelly Jones, Steve Jordan, Joe

2004-05 1983 1973 2000-01 1975 2005-08 2000-01 1990 1956, 58 1952-53 1956 1986-87 2004-07 1982-85 2002-04 2009-10 2013 1987-89 2010-11 1995, 97 1974-76 1954-55

K•K•K Kaliebe, Bill Kalil, Freddie Kamerman, Steve Karnes, Steve Keifenheim, Phil Keith, Dickie Kelly, Harold Keswick, Brian Kilbert, Gerald Kilcoyne, Mike Kilen, Chris Kincaid, Eddie Kincaid, Louis Kirby, Bryan Kirby, Steve Kirk, Ryan Klick, David Knowles, Kirk Knox, Caleb Kowalski, Frank L•L•L LaBorde, Clark LaBorde, Lane LaBorde, Justin LaGrange, Art Laird, Bobby Laird, Matt Lamothe, Tony

1978-79 1976-79 1973, 76 1967 1979-80 1967-70 1961 1995-96 1980-81 1969 1997-98 1963-66 1959-60 1970-71 1983-84 2008 1978-81 1980-82 2011 1985 2006-07 2002-04 2003-06 1968, 70 1955-57 2007-11 2002-05

Lancaster, Louie Lane, Matt Langston, Sydney LaRue, Josh LaSuzzo, Ronnie LaSuzzo, Skeeter Laudadio, Tom Lawler, Steve Leake, Bobby LeBlanc, Brian LeCompte, Kevin LeDoux, Todd Lensch, Justin Leone, Josh Leos, Tommy Lett, Josh Lewis, Justin Lewis, Tommy Lienhop, Mike Liles, Mason Lind, Jason Linzay, Scott Littleton, Craig Lobello, Justin Lockwood, Bobby Loland, D.J. Louque, Daniel Low, Doug Lucas, Trent

2008-09 2005 1953-54 1998-99 1977 1969 1957 2005-06 1964 1981-84 1993 1992-93 2003-04 2013-pres. 1953-56 2008 1998-99 1994-97 1973-76 2015 2001-02 1978-80 1989-90 2001-02 1960-63 1996-98 1987, 89-90 2007 2012-14

M•M•M Mahaffey, Charles Mahoney, Jim Maldonado, Jose Malone, Devin Manley, Greg Mann, Ben Mansur, Steve Manton, Justin Manwell, Brian Maragas, Nick Marangon, Mark Martin, Danny Matherne, Phil Mathews, Terry Martin, Derek Martinez, Josh Mason, Weston Maxey, Paul Mayers, Aaron Mays, Bobby Mazeroski, Darren McBeth, Charles McBeth, Ron McCarter, Christian McCarty, David McCarty, Mickey McConnell, Caleb McCormick, Myron McCullar, Billy McCullar, Woody McDermid, John McDonald, Scott McDowell, Steve McGinn, Joey McGough, Greg McGowen, Eddie

1955 1957 1988-89 2012-13 2006-07 1995-96 1966 2014 1999 2008 1978-81 1975-76 1977 1984-87 2016-pres. 2002-03 2014-15 1975-77 1997-98 1955 1983-84 1955 2004 1993-94 1962-63 1989 2000-03 1972 1965-66 1973 2010-11 1980-83 1969-72 1963-65 1987-90 1959-62

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McHenry, Danial McKoin, Sherrod McMillan, Butch McMillan, Ryan McMullen, Ike Mears, Jeremey Mears, Tom Mendez, John Messina, Rodney Miano, Bobby Miller, Chad Miller, Jim Miller, Josh Miller, Matt Miller, Matt Miller, Ted Mitchell, Jason Mixon, David Mizell, Jake Mock, James Mock, Mike Moore, Harold Moore, Leonard Moore, Ross Moore, Sammy Morales, Richard Moreau, Brian Moreau, David Moreland, George Morphy, Pat Morreale, John Morris, Mike Morrison, Gary Morrison, Josh Murry, Floyd N•N•N Neal, Jackie Neal, Steve Nelson, Jay Nelson, Mike Newcomer, Brian Nolan, J.B. Norman, Jackie Nutt, Rowdy O•O•O O’Conner, John O’Gorman, Tom Ohman, Michael Olinde, Chad Orga, Kevin Owens, Kelly Owrey, Jim P•P•P Pace, John Pardue, Van Parenton, Kelly Parenton, Mickey Parker, Jeff Payne, Teddy Peek, Gayle Peters, Freddy Peters, Tommy Petras, Phil Phillips, Mike Pilcher, Frank

2008-09 1952-54 1963 2008-09 1956-59 1993 1973, 76 1982-83 1975-78 1966-68 2013-14 2003-04 2009-10 2005-06 1993 1952-53 1991 2006-07 2009 1956-59 1967 1955 1968 2014-pres. 1956 1967 1982, 84-86 1978-81 1986 1988-90 1992-93 1982 1979-80 2004-07 1963-64

1954-56 1978 1991 1974-77 1971, 73 1953-54 1957-58 1990-92

1959-60 2009 2002 1992-94 1999-00 1983-84, 86 1973-76 1961-64 1968-71 1991 1985-88 1989-92 1961-62 1956 1959 1971 1959-62 1972-73, 75 1982-85


All-Time Roster Pizzolatto, James Poche, Jordy Podorsky, Robbie Poe, Nick Potrament, Darren Pourciau, Devin Prejean, Jeff Prejean, Jeff Prejean, Lee Presley, Mike Prestidge, Charles Prevost, Jon Price, Stephen Prince, Keith Pugh, Nathan

1977 2008-11 2014-15 2007 1999 2007-10 1981-82 1996-97 1978-81 1970-72 1970-71 2008-09 1997-99 1963-64 2015-pres.

Q•Q•Q Quinby, Ed R•R•R Rachal, Bob Rak, Darren Ramsey, Joel Randle, Allen Rapp, Joey Rasch, Keelin Raymond, Daniel Reagan, Everett Redden, Levi Reece, Larry Reed, Lance Reeve, Terry Reeves, Edwin Reeves, Matthew Reinke, Bruce Resweber, Bret Reynolds, Everett Reynolds, Mike Reynolds, Nathan Reynolds, Randy Richardson, Andrew Richter, Gary Rickard, Willie Ridgely, Jack Rimmer, Chris Risinger, Britt Roark, Phil Roberts, Daniel Roberts, Gary Robichaux, Dean Robinson, Bobby Robinson, Glenn Ray Robinson, Shawn Robison, Jack Rockett, Rickey Rogers, Ryan Rollinson, Ty Rome, Nick Rouse, Homer Rouse, Jerry Roussel, Brent Roussel, Danny Roussel, Ernie Roussel, Kenny Roussel, Kerry Rushing, Harry Rushing, Red

1962-63

1961-65 1986-88 2006 1986-88 2011-12 2014-15 2002-05 1987-88 1960-61 1974-77 1995 1958 1982-85 2015-pres. 1978 1989-92 1957 1979-82 2016-pres. 1975-78 2012-13 1973, 75 2002-03 1952 1990-91 1974 1977-79 2006-07 1976-78, 80 1978-79 1956 1952 1989, 91 1982-85 1972-73 1968-69 2004-07 2010-11 1957-59 1959-60 1986-89 1969, 72 1972 1968-71 1971-72 1956-58 1959

Russell, Andy Russell, Shane S•S•S Saterfield, Frank Saucier, Evan Saulters, Glynn Sawyer, Mike Scafidel, Bobby Scalia, Frank Scelfo, Frank Schexnaider, Jeff Schexnaider, Ray Schimpf, Kyle Schmeer, Jerold Schriner, Brian Schwabe, Ryan Schwaner, Tyler Schuessler, John Self, Todd Senn, Don Servat, Carl Setzer, Trey Sharp, Joe Sheets, Ben Shelley, Jason Shively, James Shoenfelt, Mark, Shoup, Brian Shrader, David Shurden, Mitch Sinclair, Chris Siggers, A.J. Sikes, Louis Simoneaux, Chet Sip, Ryan Sims, Joe Sims, Ronnie Skaggs, Jack Smart, Derek Smith, Bo Dick Smith, Brandon Smith, Brent Smith, Doug Smith, Fred Smith, Kyle Smith, Perry Smith, Rob Smith, Tommy Snellungs, Jerry Soignier, Ben Soto, Jedd Springer, Danny Spurlock, James Stark, Floyd Stawychny, Justin Steed, Zach Stellman, Keith Stencel, Jon Stephen, Scott Stephens, James Stewart, Donald Stites, John Stockton, Jacob Stone, Cade Stone, Cody Stone, Scott

1995-97 1998-99

1982-85 2008 1965-67 1986-87 1966 1956 1978-81 1985-86 2014 2016-pres. 1986-89 2000-01 2003-04 2016-pres. 1983-84 2000 1963 1994, 96 2013-15 1978-81 1997-99 1998-99 1952 1991-92 2001-03 1975 1995 2009 2006-08 1959 2013-14 2006 1985-86 1960 2000-03 1978-79 1961-62 1997-98 2006-07 1976 1980 2005-08 2009-10 1969-72 1995-96 1961 2006-09 1995-96 2015-pres. 1961 1987 2012-15 2010-11 1996 1993 2008-09 2004-07 1953-55, 57 1985-88 2014-pres. 2016-pres. 2012-pres. 1981-83

Stoner, Herschel Strong, Tommy Suire, Kyle Surratt, Dennis Sutton, Darren Sweum, David T•T•T Tafoya, Julian Tatum, Ruben Taylor, Carey Taylor, Corey Taylor, Mark Taylor, Pete Taylor, Wayne Thamm, Kendall Thomas, Alton Thomas, Mitch Thomas, Todd Thompson, Bill Thompson, Clyde Thompson, Keith Thompson, Lionel Thompson, Michael Thompson, Mike Thurman, Fay Tichenor, Stuart Tidwell, Chad Tidwell, Kodie Tinnerello, Mike Tinsley, David Todd, Dalton Tornabene, Frank Townsley, Bubba Turner, Josh Turner, Larry Turpin, Chris

2000-01 1977 2007-08 1974-77 2008 1998

2005 1978, 80-81 2013-14 1995-98 1978-79 1959 1956-57 2011-12 1963-66 1983-85 1988-89 1953-55 1953-54 1981 1952 1993-95, 97 1969-72 1958 2003 1992 2013-15 1963-66 1972 2013-pres. 1981-84 1989-90 2009 1969-70 1989

V•V•V Valentine, Broderick 1990 Van Ryckeghem, Ronnie 1981 Vauclin, Brent 1988-90 Vaughn, Scott 2005-07 Velton, O.J. 1979-82 Venable, Kent 1957 Ventola, John 1967 Vial, Kenneth 1978-80 Vicknair, Vic 1993 Vidrine, Brent 1983-85 Vidrine, Drew 2001-04 Vining, Mike 1963-66 Vining, Ray 1976, 78 W•W•W Wade, Nick 2007-10 Waguespack, Paul 1981 Walker, Boomer 1993-94 Walker, Wade 1991, 93 Walsh, Chan 2010-11 Walters, Bob 1992 Walters, Garrett 2014-pres. Walters, Ronnie 1957 Ward, Derek 2008-10 Ward, Ralph 1958-60 Watts, Bobby 1955 Watts, Randall 1990 Weaver, Andy 1995-96 Weaver, Mack 1972-75

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1986-87 2000-01 1979 2000-02 1984-87 2001 1982-86 2006-07 1998-00, 02 1963 1956 2012-13 1994-95 2009 2007 1980-82 1990-92 1986-87 1981, 84-85 1978 1977 1982-85 2012-15 1996-99 2002-03 1999-00 1973-74 1979 1964-67 1983-84

Y•Y•Y Yerger, Mickey York, Kelvin Young, Austin

1960 2008-11 2010 Z•Z•Z

Zabasky, Ford Zander, Bryan Zeigler, Randy Zeppuhar, Joe Zimmer, Lane

1982-85 1996-99 2010-12 1968 1977

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Year-by-Year Results

3/26 3/29 4/16 4/19 4/22 4/23 4/30 5/1

1952 • 5-3 Coach: Woody Boyles at Centenary W, 12-7 Northwestern State W, 7-5 at Northwestern State W, 7-5 Centenary W, 15-6 at Barksdale AFB W, 4-2 Barksdale AFB L, 1-6 Louisiana College L, 4-7 at Louisiana College L, 5-11

3/18 3/18 3/21 3/28 3/30 4/4 4/7 4/11 4/14 4/16 4/30 5/1 5/6

1953 • 8-4-1 Coach: Woody Boyles at Southern Arkansas L, 2-7 at Southern Arkansas T, 2-2 SE Louisiana W, 7-6 Louisiana Tech W, 17-3 Northwestern State L, 1-2 Arkansas-Monticello L, 5-6 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 6-5 N.O. Naval Station W, 17-4 at McNeese State W. 11-5 at Northwestern State W, 7-5 Centenary W, 7-6 Centenary W, 4-1 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-32

1954 • 10-9 / 7-5 GSC Coach: Woody Boyles 3/15 Mississippi College L, 7-10 3/15 Mississippi College L, 4-7 3/23 at Centenary L, 6-8 3/24 Southern Arkansas L, 4-15 3/24 Southern Arkansas W, 6-0 3/29 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 6-2 4/2 at UL Lafayette L, 1-4 4/3 at McNeese State W, 6-0 4/13 at Northwestern State W, 6-0 4/14 Louisiana College W, 14-8 4/17 Arkansas-Monticello W, 13-5 4/21 Louisiana Tech L, 13-19 4/23 UL Lafayette L, 6-9 4/24 McNeese State W, 8-5 5/1 at SE Louisiana L, 4-5 5/1 at SE Louisiana W, 8-3 5/5 at Louisiana College W, 8-7 5/7 Northwestern State W, 6-5 5/8 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 1955 • 9-8 / 6-6 GSC Coach: George Luffey 3/16 Mississippi College W, 1-0 3/16 Mississippi College W, 7-2 3/23 Delta State W. 3-0 3/23 Delta State L, 0-5 3/30 at McNeese State W, 10-7 4/1 at Alexandria Aces L,0-3 4/7 at UL Lafayette L, 1-2 4/8 at Louisiana College W, 9-0 4/15 Northwestern State L, 2-3 4/16 Louisiana Tech W, 3-1 4/22 UL Lafayette L, 2-5 4/22 UL Lafayette W, 11-1 4/23 McNeese State W, 17-5 4/30 SE Louisiana L, 1-9 5/4 at Louisiana Tech L, 6-7 5/5 Louisiana College L, 0-1 5/6 at Northwestern State W, 2-1 1956 • 9-12 / 4-8 GSC Coach: George Luffey 3/17 at Loyola L, 0-3 3/17 at Loyola L, 6-7 3/20 at Arkansas Travelers L, 0-12

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3/23 Adrian College 3/24 Adrian College 3/27 at Millsaps 3/31 Arkansas Travelers 4/7 McNeese State 4/7 McNeese State 4/14 SE Louisiana 4/14 SE Louisiana 4/17 Louisiana Tech 4/20 at Louisiana College 4/21 Northwestern State 4/21 Northwestern State 4/27 at UL Lafayette 4/27 at UL Lafayette 4/28 McNeese State 4/28 at McNeese State 4/30 Louisiana College 5/1 Louisiana Tech

W, 8-5 W, 13-4 W, 3-0 L, 7-9 L, 6-7 W, 6-5 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 16-19 W 11-2 L, 2-4 W, 9-6 L, 0-5 W, 6-4 L, 4-7 L, 5-11 W, 5-1 W, 6-2

3/17 3/17 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/31 3/31 4/6 4/6 4/13 4/14 4/20 4/20 4/27 4/28

1957 • 7-9 / 4-9 GSC Coach: George Luffey Delta State W, 6-5 Delta State W, 7-3 Louisiana College W, 3-2 Northwestern State W, 5-4 SE Louisiana L, 5-6 SE Louisiana W, 8-7 Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 UL Lafayette L, 3-9 UL Lafayette L, 1-8 Northwestern State L, 1-2 McNeese State L, 2-15 UL Lafayette W, 6-4 UL Lafayette W, 3-2 Northwestern State L, 1-6 McNeese State L, 0-3

3/10 3/10 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/23 3/24 3/24 4/4 4/8 4/8 4/14 4/15 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/4 5/5

1958 • 12-10 / 8-7 GSC Coach: George Luffey Arkansas-Monticello W, 11-4 Arkansas-Monticello W, 12-11 Mississippi College W, 8-6 Centenary W, 4-3 Centenary L, 0-12 Northwestern State L, 8-9 SE Louisiana L, 0-1 SE Louisiana W, 7-4 Mississippi State L, 12-19 Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 Louisiana Tech L, 1-10 Louisiana College L, 4-6 UL Lafayette L, 4-6 McNeese State W, 3-1 McNeese State W, 2-1 Northwestern State W, 10-5 Northwestern State W, 2-1 McNeese State L, 9-18 UL Lafayette L, 1-6 UL Lafayette W, 4-3 Louisiana Tech L, 1-19 SE Louisiana W, 8-6

3/17 3/17 3/23 3/23 3/24 4/1 4/2 4/7 4/7

1959 • 15-11 / 8-7 GSC Coach: George Luffey Oklahoma Baptist W, 11-5 Oklahoma Baptist W, 10-3 Centenary W, 6-5 Centenary L, 3-5 Northwestern State W, 6-1 LSU L, 1-6 Mississippi State W, 1-0 Northwestern State W, 11-7 Northwestern State L, 2-3

4/14 4/14 4/21 4/21 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/10 5/11 5/11

SE Louisiana SE Louisiana Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech UL Lafayette McNeese State McNeese State SE Louisiana Northwestern State Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Centenary Centenary Centenary McNeese State UL Lafayette UL Lafayette

L, 5-6 W, 2-1 L, 0-15 L, 4-6 W, 12-5 L, 2-6 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 6-0 L, 1-13 W, 5-1 W, 11-7 L, 4-5 L, 9-15 L, 9-11 W, 4-1

3/23 3/24 3/26 4/4 4/8 4/9 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/18 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5

1960 • 10-13 / 5-7 GSC Coach: George Luffey Oklahoma Baptist W, 11-8 Memphis W, 6-5 at Southern Miss L, 1-4 at Northwestern State L, 6-7 Louisiana Tech L, 3-8 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-5 Northwestern State W, 4-0 Baylor L, 0-7 LSU L, 6-7 Mississippi State L, 2-5 Arkansas L, 8-11 at Centenary L, 3-4 at Centenary W, 13-4 UL Lafayette W, 7-6 McNeese State W, 5-3 McNeese State W, 5-4 SE Louisiana L, 2-8 SE Louisiana L, 4-7 SE Louisiana W, 4-3 Northwestern State W, 3-1 Northwestern State L, 0-2 Louisiana Tech L, 1-6 Louisiana Tech W, 3-0

3/17 3/17 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/30 3/30 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/27 4/27 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4

1961 • 11-15 / 9-10 GSC Coach: George Luffey at Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-2 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 4-1 Millsaps W, 10-8 Millsaps W, 6-1 Southern Miss L, 1-12 at Southern Arkansas L, 1-4 at Southern Arkansas W, 9-1 at Northwestern State L, 3-7 at Northwestern State L, 3-8 SE Louisiana L, 1-3 SE Louisiana L, 0-1 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-5 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-0 Ole Miss L, 0-7 LSU L, 6-10 Delta State L, 2-4 Delta State L, 1-5 Centenary L, 3-9 McNeese State W, 4-3 McNeese State W, 3-0 at SE Louisiana L, 4-7 at SE Louisiana W, 6-3 Centenary L, 2-3 Centenary W, 10-3 Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 Louisiana Tech W, 5-2

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3/6 3/6 3/8 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/20 4/20 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/4 5/4 5/5

1962 • 13-19 / 7-11 GSC Coach: George Luffey Mississippi State L, 1-3 Mississippi State W, 7-6 LSU L, 0-5 Delta State W, 7-2 Delta State W, 7-2 Northwestern State L, 3-4 Northwestern State W, 6-0 McNeese State W, 6-5 Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 SE Louisiana L, 0-5 SE Louisiana L, 0-4 UL Lafayette L, 4-11 UL Lafayette L, 1-5 Northwestern State W, 9-0 Arkansas W, 3-2 Baylor W, 9-5 Arkansas L, 4-5 Baylor L, 0-6 Arkansas L, 7-10 Arkansas L, 1-6 McNeese State L, 1-4 McNeese State W, 6-0 Delta State L, 1-2 Delta State L, 4-8 Louisiana Tech W, 7-2 Louisiana Tech L, 4-9 SE Louisiana L, 4-6 SE Louisiana L, 0-9 Northwestern State L, 4-16 Northwestern State W, 10-5 UL Lafayette W, 5-4

1963 • 13-14 / 8-12 GSC Coach: George Luffey 3/2 Arkansas-Monticello W, 3-0 3/3 Southern Arkansas W, 8-0 3/4 at Southern Arkansas W, 9-3 3/9 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-1 3/11 Delta State L, 8-11 3/12 Delta State W, 11-9 3/12 Delta State L, 4-8 3/17 at UL Lafayette L, 1-2 3/17 at UL Lafayette L, 0-3 3/18 at Northwestern State L, 2-3 3/18 at Northwestern State W, 5-0 3/24 McNeese State L, 2-4 3/24 McNeese State W, 6-0 3/25 SE Louisiana L, 18-10 3/25 SE Louisiana L, 10-4 4/2 Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 4/2 Louisiana Tech L, 3-6 4/9 UL Lafayette W, 9-2 4/9 UL Lafayette W, 2-1 4/16 at SE Louisiana W, 7-2 4/16 at SE Louisiana L, 2-4 4/17 Northwestern State L, 1-4 4/17 Northwestern State W, 9-8 4/22 at McNeese State L, 0-2 4/22 at McNeese State W, 10-5 5/1 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-6 4/1 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-4

3/23 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/27

1964 • 17-10 / 13-3 GSC Coach: George Luffey Gulf States Champions at Auburn L, 13-11 at Auburn L, 2-8 vs. Georgia Tech L, 4-7 at Florida State L, 4-7 vs. Georgia Tech L, 2-3 vs. Amherst W, 13-9


Year-by-Year Results 3/28 vs. Mississippi State 3/30 at Nicholls State 3/30 at Nicholls State 4/1 Arkansas 4/2 Arkansas 4/4 UL Lafayette 4/4 UL Lafayette 4/11 Northwestern State 4/11 Northwestern State 4/14 at McNeese State 4/14 at McNeese State 4/18 at Louisiana Tech 4/18 at Louisiana Tech 4/21 at UL Lafayette 4/21 at UL Lafayette 4/25 SE Louisiana 4/25 SE Louisiana 4/27 at Northwestern State 4/27 at Northwestern State 5/4 Louisiana Tech 5/4 Louisiana Tech

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

1965 • 15-13-1 / 10-9-1 GSC Coach: George Luffey 3/25 Austin College W, 5-1 3/25 Austin College W, 2-0 3/26 Nicholls State L, 2-6 3/26 Nicholls State W, 6-5 4/3 at Northwestern State L, 2-4 4/3 at Northwestern State L, 6-7 4/4 Southeastern Louisiana W, 7-4 4/4 Southeastern Louisiana T, 3-3 4/6 McNeese State W, 7-5 4/6 McNeese State W, 10-5 4/10 Louisiana Tech W, 4-0 4/10 Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 4/12 at UL Lafayette L, 1-3 4/12 at UL Lafayette W, 4-1 4/15 at Houston L, 5-6 4/16 at Houston L, 6-11 4/17 at Houston L, 7-9 4/20 Arkansas W, 11-10 4/20 Arkansas W, 2-1 4/22 at SE Louisiana L, 3-5 4/22 at SE Louisiana L, 1-3 4/24 Northwestern State L, 1-2 4/24 Northwestern State L, 1-3 4/27 at McNeese State L, 2-4 4/27 at McNeese State W, 10-1 5/1 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 5/1 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-1 5/3 UL Lafayette W, 10-3 1966 • 17-9 / 13-9 GSC Coach: Bill Dotson Gulf States Champions 3/24 Southern Arkansas W, 8-0 3/24 Southern Arkansas W, 4-3 3/25 Delta State W, 10-6 3/25 Delta State W, 6-4 3/30 at Nicholls State W, 11-0 3/30 at Nicholls State W, 15-7 3/31 at SE Louisiana W, 19-5 3/31 at SE Louisiana W, 4-2 4/5 Northwestern State W, 4-1 4/5 Northwestern State L, 3-4 4/6 McNeese State W, 13-1 4/6 McNeese State W, 6-4 4/12 at Louisiana Tech W, 1-0 4/12 at Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 4/13 at UL Lafayette L, 3-4 4/13 at UL Lafayette W, 6-4 4/19 Nicholls State L, 2-3 4/19 Nicholls State W, 7-2

4/20 4/20 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/27 5/3 5/3

at Northwestern State L, 3-5 at Northwestern State L, 1-2 Louisiana Tech L, 0-6 Louisiana Tech L, 4-8 UL Lafayette W, 3-0 UL Lafayette L, 3-6 at McNeese State W, 13-1 at McNeese State W, 10-5

1967 • 23-15 / 12-10 GSC Coach: Bill Dotson 3/21 Delta State L, 0-7 3/21 Delta State W, 2-0 3/26 Arkansas State W, 9-1 3/26 Arkansas State L, 4-5 3/27 Southern Arkansas W, 5-0 3/27 Southern Arkansas W, 10-1 4/3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 2-0 4/3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 5-3 4/4 at Mississippi College W, 7-2 4/4 at Mississippi College W, 8-0 4/6 Henderson State W, 8-5 4/6 Henderson State W, 12-2 4/10 at UL Lafayette L, 0-1 4/10 at UL Lafayette W, 1-0 4/11 at Northwestern State W, 1-0 4/11 at Northwestern State W, 6-2 4/16 SE Louisiana W, 6-1 4/16 SE Louisiana W, 6-1 4/17 McNeese State L, 8-9 4/17 McNeese State W, 6-0 4/23 Nicholls State L, 0-1 4/23 Nicholls State W, 1-0 4/24 at Southern Arkansas L, 10-11 4/24 at Southern Arkansas L, 2-3 4/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 10-0 4/26 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 4/29 at UL Lafayette L, 1-7 4/29 at UL Lafayette L, 1-2 4/30 at Northwestern State W, 2-1 4/30 at Northwestern State L, 0-7 5/1 at SE Louisiana W, 5-2 5/1 at SE Louisiana W, 2-0 5/4 at McNeese State L, 3-4 5/4 at McNeese State W, 12-1 5/5 at Lamar L, 1-4 5/5 at Lamar L, 1-2 5/8 Louisiana Tech W, 4-1 5/8 Louisiana Tech L, 2-6 1968 • 26-15-1 / 15-5 GSC Coach: Bill Dotson Gulf States Champions NAIA District 27 Champions NAIA Area 5 Runner-up 3/10 at Delta State L, 7-8 3/10 at Delta State T, 4-4 3/11 at Arkansas-Monticello L, 0-1 3/11 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 5-0 3/14 Taylor W, 1-0 3/17 McNeese State L, 1-5 3/17 McNeese State L, 4-8 3/18 Centenary W, 2-1 3/18 Centenary L, 1-5 3/24 at UL Lafayette W, 2-1 3/24 at UL Lafayette W, 4-0 3/25 at Louisiana Tech W, 6-4 3/25 at Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 3/27 vs. Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 3/27 vs. LSU L, 1-5 3/28 vs. Mississippi L, 2-6 3/28 vs. Nicholls State W, 14-0 3/30 Northwestern State W, 13-0 3/30 Northwestern State L, 0-5

3/31 Nicholls State W, 3-2 3/31 Nicholls State W, 3-1 4/6 at Nicholls State W, 2-1 4/6 at Nicholls State W, 5-1 4/15 at McNeese State W, 6-3 4/15 at McNeese State W, 7-6 4/16 at Lamar W, 6-5 4/16 at Lamar L, 0-10 4/22 UL Lafayette W, 4-2 4/22 UL Lafayette L, 4-5 4/23 Mississippi College L, 0-3 4/23 Mississippi College W, 5-4 4/28 Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 4/28 Louisiana Tech W, 6-0 4/29 SE Louisiana W, 6-1 4/29 SE Louisiana W, 13-1 5/4 *Northwestern State W, 5-0 5/5 *William Carey W, 6-2 5/11 #Georgia Southern L, 0-5 5/12 #Ouachita Baptist W, 7-1 5/12 #Stillman W, 6-3 5/13 #Georgia Southern W, 4-3 5/13 #Georgia Southern L, 2-4 * NAIA District 27 Tournament # NAIA Area 5 Tournament 1969 • 25-11 / 16-6 GSC Coach: Bill Dotson Gulf States Champions NAIA District 30 Champions 3/11 Belhaven W, 5-1 3/11 Belhaven W, 5-1 3/12 Nicholls State W, 3-2 3/12 Nicholls State L, 0-2 3/18 McNeese State W, 9-2 3/18 McNeese State L, 1-7 3/21 Delta State L, 0-3 3/21 Delta State W, 7-6 3/25 at UL Lafayette W, 5-2 3/25 at UL Lafayette L, 1-2 3/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 3/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-2 3/31 vs. Northern Illinois L, 2-5 4/1 vs. SE Louisiana W, 7-0 4/1 vs. LSU W, 3-1 4/2 vs. Nicholls State L, 0-2 4/8 at SE Louisiana W, 5-1 4/8 at SE Louisiana W, 3-2 4/11 Centenary W, 4-3 4/11 Centenary W, 2-1 4/15 at Nicholls State W, 3-2 4/15 at Nicholls State W, 3-2 4/16 at McNeese State W, 5-1 4/16 at McNeese State L, 2-4 4/22 Northwestern State W, 5-0 4/22 Northwestern State W, 2-0 4/23 UL Lafayette W, 2-0 4/23 UL Lafayette W, 2-1 4/29 Louisiana Tech L, 2-4 4/29 Louisiana Tech L, 3-4 4/30 SE Louisiana W, 10-3 4/30 SE Louisiana W, 1-0 5/5 *Southern W, 4-2 5/5 *Southern W, 5-4 5/29 #Grand Canyon L, 1-7 5/29 #Houston Baptist L, 2-4 * NAIA District 27 Tournament # NAIA Area 5 Tournament

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1970 • 35-19 / 16-6 GSC Coach: Bill Dotson Gulf States Champions NAIA District 30 Champions NAIA Area 2 Champions NAIA Runner-up 3/6 Henderson State W, 6-0 3/7 Belhaven L, 3-5 3/7 Belhaven W, 10-3 3/10 at Centenary W, 2-1 3/10 at Centenary W, 4-3 3/14 Delta State W, 9-4 3/14 Delta State W, 3-1 3/15 Tennessee-Martin W, 9-2 3/15 Tennessee-Martin L, 2-5 3/18 at UL Lafayette W, 8-6 3/18 at UL Lafayette W, 7-1 3/20 vs. SE Louisiana L, 1-4 3/21 vs. LSU L, 0-1 3/21 vs. UL Lafayette W, 8-7 3/22 vs. Southern L, 2-3 3/22 vs. Northern Illinois L, 1-5 3/23 vs. Ole Miss L, 2-3 3/25 at SE Louisiana W, 9-7 3/25 at SE Louisiana W, 6-1 3/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 6-1 3/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 3/30 McNeese State L, 4-5 3/30 McNeese State W, 8-0 4/1 Northwestern State W, 3-0 4/1 Northwestern State W, 12-0 4/8 Nicholls State W, 5-0 4/8 Nicholls State L, 0-7 4/15 at UL Lafayette L, 0-1 4/15 at UL Lafayette L, 0-4 4/16 at New Orleans L, 3-4 4/22 Centenary L, 4-6 4/22 Centenary W, 4-2 4/23 SE Louisiana W, 5-3 4/23 SE Louisiana W, 2-1 4/25 Louisiana Tech L, 2-4 4/25 Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 4/29 McNeese State W, 4-0 4/29 McNeese State W, 4-0 4/30 Nicholls State L, 1-5 4/30 Nicholls State W, 2-0 5/19 *Southern W, 6-4 5/19 *Southern L, 2-8 5/20 *Southern W, 5-3 5/27 #Sam Houston State L, 1-2 5/28 #Northern Arizona W, 4-3 5/28 #Dallas Baptist W, 6-5 5/29 #Sam Houston State W, 5-1 5/29 #Sam Houston State W, 2-1 6/8 @Pembroke State W, 8-3 6/9 @William Jewell W, 8-0 6/10 @ Eastern Michigan L, 4-6 6/11 @ New Haven W, 8-7 6/11 @ Eastern Michigan W, 7-6 6/12 @ Eastern Michigan L, 0-1 * NAIA District 30 Tournament # NAIA Area II Tournament @ NAIA World Series 1971 • 29-17-1 / 11-9 Coach: Bill Dotson NAIA District 30 Champions NAIA Area 2 Runner-Up 3/5 at Louisiana College L, 0-1 3/5 at Louisiana College W, 4-3 3/10 at Belhaven W, 3-0 3/10 at Belhaven T, 3-3 3/12 Centenary W, 1-0 3/12 Centenary W, 6-1

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Year-by-Year Results 3/16 at SE Louisiana W, 3-1 3/16 at SE Louisiana L, 1-4 3/17 Delta State W, 3-2 3/17 Delta State W, 5-1 3/20 McNeese State W, 3-2 3/20 McNeese State W, 4-1 3/22 New Orleans W, 10-2 3/22 New Orleans L, 2-9 3/24 Central Missouri W, 5-1 3/24 Central Missouri W, 8-2 3/27 at Northwestern State L, 0-1 3/27 at Northwestern State W, 1-0 4/3 at Louisiana Tech W, 5-3 4/3 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-6 4/5 Nicholls State W, 3-2 4/5 Nicholls State W, 4-3 4/8 vs. McNeese State L, 3-6 4/8 vs. Louisiana Tech L, 10-14 4/9 vs. Parsons W, 5-0 4/9 vs. UL Lafayette L, 2-5 4/10 vs. Grambling State W, 3-0 4/10 vs. Southern L, 0-1 4/13 SE Louisiana W, 4-1 4/13 SE Louisiana W, 3-2 4/15 Xavier (Ohio) W, 11-1 4/19 at New Orleans W, 2-0 4/19 at New Orleans W, 8-0 4/24 Northwestern State W, 4-2 4/24 Northwestern State L, 4-2 4/26 at UL Lafayette W, 4-1 4/26 at UL Lafayette L, 1-2 5/1 Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 5/1 Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 5/3 at Nicholls State L, 1-4 5/3 at Nicholls State L, 1-3 5/8 *Southern W, 10-8 5/8 *Southern W, 2-0 5/15 #Prairie View A&M W, 2-0 5/ 16 #Grand Canyon W, 5-4 5/17 #Grand Canyon L, 2-5 5/17 #Grand Canyon L, 1-3 * NAIA District 30 Tournament # NAIA Area 2 Tournament

4/11 Louisiana College L, 1-7 4/12 Arkansas-Monticello L, 1-3 4/12 Arkansas-Monticello L, 3-7 4/15 at Northwestern State L, 1-5 4/15 at Northwestern State W, 6-2 4/17 at UL Lafayette L, 0-4 4/18 McNeese State L, 3-7 4/18 McNeese State L, 6-8 4/24 at Arkansas-Monticello L, 6-15 4/24 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 19-1 5/6 Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 5/7 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-5 5/10 at New Orleans L, 0-3 5/10 at New Orleans W, 3-0 & Centenary Invitational (Shreveport, La.) 1973 • 7-18 Coach: Terry Murry 3/3 at Houston L, 9-15 3/6 McNeese State L, 1-9 3/9 at Mississippi State W, 6-5 3/9 at Mississippi State W, 2-1 3/12 McNeese State W, 7-2 3/12 McNeese State W, 10-0 3/20 at McNeese State L, 1-9 3/20 at McNeese State L, 5-12 3/23 at Southern Miss L, 1-9 3/27 at TCU L, 0-2 3/27 at TCU L, 0-2 3/28 at SMU L, 3-4 3/28 at SMU L, 0-9 4/3 Louisiana Tech L, 7-8 4/3 Louisiana Tech L, 1-12 4/5 Delta State W, 6-5 4/5 Delta State L, 7-2-7 4/6 Southwestern W, 11-0 4/9 at SE Louisiana L, 1-2 4/9 at SE Louisiana L, 3-13 4/13 at UL Lafayette W, 8-4 4/14 at UL Lafayette L, 17-12 4/14 at UL Lafayette L,0-3 5/8 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-13 5/8 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-22

1972 • 16-26 Coach: Bill Dotson at SMU L, 3-4 at SMU L, 3-6 at SE Louisiana L, 6-9 at TCU W, 2-1 at TCU L, 0-4 at TCU L, 0-9 at TCU L, 0-8 Southern W, 4-3 Belhaven L, 3-4 Belhaven W, 5-2 at Houston L, 6-7 at Houston W, 5-0 Stephen F. Austin W, 2-1 Stephen F. Austin W, 4-0 Northwestern State L, 5-6 Northwestern State W, 3-2 Nicholls State W, 5-4 Nicholls State L, 1-4 &vs. Centenary W, 2-0 &vs. Missouri State L, 4-5 &vs. Indiana State L, 2-3 &vs. Missouri-St. Louis W, 4-0 &vs. Northwestern State L, 5-11 &vs. SE Louisiana W, 5-1 at McNeese State L, 5-8 at McNeese State L, 6-5 at McNeese State L, 2-8 Louisiana College W, 10-9

1974 • 6-27 Coach: Steve Maddox 3/2 SE Louisiana L, 2-5 3/2 SE Louisiana L, 4-5 3/5 at Centenary L, 4-8 3/5 at Centenary L, 4-8 3/9 Oklahoma State W, 2-1 3/9 Oklahoma State L, 0-4 3/12 at Delta State L, 5-6 3/12 at Delta State L, 0-2 3/15 at Ole Miss L, 0-2 3/15 at Ole Miss L, 1-2 3/20 at Northwestern State L, 5-6 3/20 at Northwestern State L, 1-2 3/22 Southern Miss L, 10-13 3/23 Southern Miss L, 2-12 3/25 at Arkansas State L, 0-2 3/25 at Arkansas State L, 2-8 4/2 Louisiana Tech W, 4-2 4/2 Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 4/4 at Nicholls State L, 0-1 4/4 at Nicholls State L, 1-5 4/8 at UL Lafayette L, 2-3 4/8 at UL Lafayette L, 1-4 4/9 at UL Lafayette W, 7-3 4/20 Centenary L, 1-2 4/20 Centenary W, 5-4 4/23 at Louisiana Tech L,1-5 4/23 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-6 4/25 Nicholls State L, 5-11

3/3 3/3 3/6 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/8 3/18 3/20 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11

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L, 4-6 L, 2-3 L, 2-9 W, 8-6 L, 2-8

2/25 2/27 2/27 3/1 3/1 3/8 3/8 3/17 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/28 4/28

1975 • 13-17 Coach: Chick Childress Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 at Nicholls State L, 1-4 at Nicholls State L, 2-5 at Henderson State W, 7-0 at Henderson State W, 9-1 Oklahoma State L, 6-14 Oklahoma State W, 3-2 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-4 Northwestern State W, 14-7 Northwestern State L, 1-3 Ole Miss L, 4-5 Ole Miss L, 1-12 Aurora W, 5-4 Aurora W, 8-1 Centenary W, 4-3 Centenary L, 4-10 at Northwestern State L, 1-8 at Northwestern State W, 5-4 at Texas A&M L, 1-2 at Texas A&M L, 2-3 at TCU L, 1-12 at TCU W, 6-4 at Centenary W, 3-0 at Centenary W, 5-4 at McNeese State L, 7-8 at McNeese State L, 5-10 Nicholls State L, 2-4 Nicholls State L, 7-13 Grambling State W, 4-2 Grambling State W, 6-0

1976 • 20-13 Coach: Lou St. Amant 3/1 Northwestern State W, 6-2 3/1 Northwestern State L, 2-5 3/6 at Memphis L, 2-6 3/6 at Memphis L, 4-10 3/10 Grambling State W, 2-1 3/10 Grambling State W, 5-3 3/12 Ole Miss L, 1-19 3/12 Ole Miss W, 9-8 3/13 at Centenary W, 10-0 3/15 Delta State W, 6-0 3/15 Delta State W, 6-2 3/18 Arkansas-Monticello W, 7-2 3/18 Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-1 3/19 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 2-0 3/19 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 11-4 3/23 Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 3/23 Louisiana Tech W, 7-1 3/26 Louisiana College W, 3-2 3/26 Louisiana College W, 4-0 3/29 Arkansas-Monticello L,7-9 3/29 Arkansas-Monticello W, 9-1 4/12 Louisiana College W, 6-4 4/12 Louisiana College W, 6-5 4/15 at UL Lafayette L, 6-12 4/15 at UL Lafayette W, 8-5 4/16 at UL Lafayette L, 6-7 4/16 at UL Lafayette L, 3-5 4/21 at Grambling State W, 4-1 4/21 at Grambling State L, 2-4 4/24 Centenary W, 2-0 4/24 Centenary L, 3-13 4/27 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 4/27 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-4

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2/26 2/26 2/28 2/28 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/3 4/3 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/19 4/19 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/30 4/30

1977 • 17-24-1 Coach: Lou St. Amant at Tulane L, 6-15 at Tulane L, 2-4 at Nicholls State L, 1-7 at Nicholls State L, 8-9 at Lamar L, 3-15 at Lamar T, 7-7 at Houston L,3-12 at Houston L, 0-19 at Louisiana College W, 7-0 at Louisiana College L, 6-7 Wisc.-Stevens Point L, 3-5 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 13-12 McNeese State W, 6-2 McNeese State W, 4-3 Carroll College W, 6-3 Carroll College W, 7-1 at Centenary W, 10-4 at Centenary L, 3-7 Missouri-St. Louis L, 3-5 at Grambling State L, 5-9 at Grambling State W, 6-5 Grambling State L, 2-4 Grambling State L, 0-9 Louisiana Tech L, 1-6 Louisiana Tech W, 4-0 at New Orleans L, 1-4 at New Orleans L, 2-12 at New Orleans L, 1-4 Nicholls State W, 2-0 Nicholls State W, 4-3 Northwestern State W, 1-0 Northwestern State W, 4-3 Louisiana College W, 3-2 Louisiana College L, 7-8 at Louisiana Tech L, 12-17 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-5 Northwestern State L, 6-7 Northwestern State W, 15-7 William Carey L, 2-10 William Carey L, 4-10 Centenary W, 7-1 Centenary W, 5-0

2/25 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/27 2/27 3/2 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21

1978 • 20-38 Coach: Lou St. Amant at Tulane L, 0-5 at Tulane L, 3-5 at Tulane L, 0-9 at Tulane L, 0-12 at New Orleans L, 1-6 at New Orleans L, 1-9 at Northwestern State L, 1-5 at Northwestern State L, 3-4 at McNeese State L, 5-6 at McNeese State L, 7-8 at McNeese State L, 0-6 at Lamar L, 2-9 at Lamar L, 6-11 at Houston L, 3-7 at Houston W, 8-4 McNeese State L, 2-4 McNeese State L, 2-3 McNeese State L, 0-7 at Grambling State W, 9-6 at Grambling State W, 9-3 Louisiana Tech W, 7-5 Louisiana Tech L, 4-12 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 10-9 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 3-2 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 8-0 Wisc.-Stevens Point L, 9-11 Bueno Vista W, 5-2


Year-by-Year Results 3/21 Bueno Vista 3/23 Missouri-St. Louis 3/23 Missouri-St. Louis 4/1 at Centenary 4/1 at Centenary 4/2 Northwestern State 4/2 Northwestern State 4/4 Little Rock 4/4 Little Rock 4/8 Louisiana College 4/8 Louisiana College 4/12 at Louisiana Tech 4/12 at Louisiana Tech 4/15 Northwestern State 4/15 Northwestern State 4/17 at UL Lafayette 4/17 at UL Lafayette 4/18 William Carey 4/18 William Carey 4/19 at Louisiana College 4/19 at Louisiana College 4/22 Centenary 4/22 Centenary 4/23 at Northwestern State 4/23 at Northwestern State 4/26 at SE Louisiana 4/26 at SE Louisiana 4/28 Grambling State 4/28 Grambling State 5/6 Memphis 5/6 Memphis

2/26 2/26 2/27 2/27 3/1 3/1 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/7 3/7 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/20 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/27 4/7 4/7 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19

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

1979 • 22-26 Coach: Lou St. Amant at Texas A&M L, 11-12 at Texas A&M L, 0-3 at Texas A&M L, 4-14 at Texas A&M W, 10-5 at Northwestern State L, 4-8 at Northwestern State W, 6-4 at Tulane L, 2-6 at Tulane L, 1-4 at Tulane L, 1-8 at Tulane L, 0-1 Little Rock W, 8-7 Little Rock W, 4-0 at Lamar L, 1-7 at Lamar L, 0-2 at Lamar L, 1-6 at Lamar L, 0-2 at McNeese State L, 0-8 at McNeese State L, 1-2 LeTourneau W, 5-0 LeTourneau W, 12-0 Nicholls State L, 1-5 Nicholls State W, 2-0 at Mississippi College W, 6-1 at Mississippi College W, 6-4 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 12-0 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 7-0 at Centenary W, 5-0 at Centenary W, 4-0 at Grambling State L, 3-4 at Grambling State W, 9-5 Northwestern State W, 1-0 Northwestern State W, 5-0 Northwestern State W, 2-1 Little Rock L, 2-4 Centenary W, 2-1 Louisiana College W, 5-0 at William Carey L, 6-17 at William Carey L, 5-6 at South Alabama L, 2-7 Grambling State L, 4-9

4/19 Grambling State W, 1-0 4/24 Mississippi College W, 2-1 4/24 Mississippi College L, 3-7 5/5 at Memphis L, 4-8 5/5 at Memphis L, 1-3 5/7 §Hardin-Simmons L, 0-7 5/8 §Centenary W, 10-9 5/8 §Oklahoma City L, 5-14 § Atlantic Sun Tournament (Shreveport, La.) 1980 • 20-15 Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/22 at Texas A&M L, 2-11 2/22 at Texas A&M L, 5-13 2/23 at Texas A&M L, 3-8 2/23 at Texas A&M L, 2-8 2/26 at East Texas Baptist W, 14-3 2/26 at East Texas Baptist W, 16-4 3/8 Northwestern State W, 2-0 3/8 Northwestern State W, 5-2 3/9 Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 3/9 Louisiana Tech W, 1-0 3/11 East Texas Baptist W, 11-4 3/11 East Texas Baptist W, 2-1 3/15 Grambling State W, 10-3 3/15 Grambling State L, 8-9 3/22 McNeese State L, 0-1 3/22 McNeese State W, 6-2 3/26 at Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 3/26 at Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 3/29 SE Louisiana L, 3-8 3/29 SE Louisiana W, 4-1 4/9 at McNeese State L, 6-13 4/9 at McNeese State L, 5-10 4/15 at Centenary L, 1-2 4/16 Louisiana College W, 17-3 4/16 Louisiana College W, 8-5 4/18 Northwestern State L, 0-7 4/18 Northwestern State L, 5-6 4/19 Mississippi College W, 14-2 4/19 Mississippi College W, 5-2 4/20 Louisiana College W, 5-1 4/20 Louisiana College W. 13-3 4/21 at Northwestern State W, 12-9 5/1 §Georgia Southern L, 6-8 5/2 §Centenary W, 14-7 5/3 §Mercer L, 0-7 § Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.)

2/27 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/3 3/3 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/24

1981 • 33-22 / 6-6 A-Sun Coach: Lou St. Amant at Texas A&M W, 11-9 at Texas A&M W, 9-7 at Texas A&M L, 5-15 at Texas A&M L, 3-8 at Mississippi College L, 1-7 at Mississippi College W, 10-1 East Texas Baptist W, 10-7 East Texas Baptist W, 8-3 Little Rock W, 10-0 Little Rock W, 14-4 Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 Louisiana Tech W, 8-7 at McNeese State L, 5-6 at McNeese State L, 2-3 at Nicholls State W, 6-4 at Nicholls State W, 13-2 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 4-2 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 9-1 *Hardin-Simmons L, 1-20 *Hardin-Simmons W, 8-7 *Centenary L, 0-11

3/24 *Centenary W, 4-3 3/25 McNeese State L, 3-7 3/25 McNeese State W, 5-4 3/28 at Little Rock L, 2-7 3/28 at Little Rock L, 3-11 3/31 at SE Louisiana L, 3-6 3/31 at SE Louisiana W, 7-6 4/1 Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-0 4/1 Arkansas-Monticello W, 7-5 4/2 Nicholls State W, 3-0 4/2 Nicholls State L, 3-4 4/4 *at Hardin-Simmons L, 1-4 4/4 *at Hardin-Simmons L, 7-8 4/7 *at Northwestern State W, 7-5 4/7 *at Northwestern State W, 8-2 4/10 *at Centenary L, 4-5 4/10 *at Centenary L, 1-2 4/11 Louisiana College W, 2-1 4/11 Louisiana College W, 4-3 4/13 Mississippi College W, 5-4 4/13 Mississippi College W, 4-3 4/15 at Tulane L, 10-14 4/16 at Tulane L, 5-6 4/17 at Tulane L, 4-8 4/18 at New Orleans W, 6-2 4/18 at New Orleans L, 1-13 4/22 Grambling State W, 11-7 4/22 Grambling State W, 6-2 4/24 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 4/24 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-4 4/25 *Northwestern State W, 8-0 4/25 *Northwestern State W, 9-3 4/27 SE Louisiana W, 9-3 4/27 SE Louisiana W, 8-3 * Atlantic Sun Game 1982 • 22-29-1 / 7-5 A-Sun Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/22 Delta State W, 8-0 2/22 Delta State W, 7-6 2/23 at Mississippi College L, 0-9 2/23 at Mississippi College W, 5-4 2/24 at Grambling State L, 0-10 2/24 at Grambling State L, 2-4 2/27 at Texas A&M L, 3-4 2/27 at Texas A&M L, 0-1 3/1 at Ole Miss L, 3-5 3/1 at Ole Miss L, 0-1 3/3 Central Missouri W, 3-2 3/3 Central Missouri W, 3-2 3/6 *at Centenary W, 8-2 3/6 *at Centenary L, 4-8 3/7 Arkansas-Monticello W, 11-1 3/7 Arkansas-Monticello W, 8-0 3/13 *Northwestern State W, 6-0 3/13 *Northwestern State L, 1-7 3/14 UL Lafayette L, 1-11 3/14 UL Lafayette L, 0-13 3/16 at Louisiana College L, 1-3 3/16 at Louisiana College W, 7-5 3/17 Louisiana Tech W, 5-2 3/17 Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 3/20 *Hardin-Simmons L, 3-4 3/20 *Hardin-Simmons L, 8-14 3/29 at Henderson State L, 7-9 3/29 at Henderson State T, 7-7 4/1 *at Northwestern State W, 7-6 4/1 *at Northwestern State W, 4-2 4/3 Nicholls State L, 10-11 4/3 Nicholls State W, 12-10 4/7 at SE Louisiana L, 0-2 4/7 at SE Louisiana L, 0-5 4/8 at Tulane L, 1-5 4/8 at Tulane L, 2-8

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4/9 at Tulane L, 0-7 4/9 at Tulane L, 0-14 4/13 Grambling State W, 6-5 4/13 Grambling State L, 5-7 4/15 at Delta State L, 0-17 4/15 at Delta State L, 0-11 4/17 *at Hardin-Simmons L, 1-2 4/17 *at Hardin-Simmons W, 5-2 4/21 at Louisiana Tech W, 7-3 4/21 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 4/22 *Centenary W, 14-5 4/22 *Centenary W, 4-3 4/24 Little Rock W, 8-2 4/29 §Mercer L, 2-9 4/30 §Georgia Southern W, 7-6 5/1 §Mercer L, 4-12 * Atlantic Sun Game § Atlantic Sun Tournament (Macon, Ga.)

2/19 2/20 2/20 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/26 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30 4/30 5/6 5/6 5/7 5/7

1983 • 32-21 / 11-3 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant SLC Champions NCAA Regional at Nicholls State L, 4-6 at Tulane L, 2-4 at Tulane L, 3-16 Central Missouri W, 14-5 Central Missouri W, 5-4 at Southern Miss L, 4-5 at Southern Miss L, 1-5 Little Rock W, 7-2 Little Rock L, 0-2 Nicholls State W, 10-6 Nicholls State L, 3-4 Christian Brothers W, 13-8 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 8-3 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 7-4 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 12-0 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 7-6 Northwestern State W, 3-2 Northwestern State W, 7-5 Southern W, 4-1 McNeese State L, 0-3 McNeese State W, 11-9 *at Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 *at Louisiana Tech W, 6-0 *at Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 *at Louisiana Tech L, 2-9 Stephen F. Austin W, 11-4 Stephen F. Austin L, 1-6 % Tulane L, 5-6 % New Orleans L, 0-6 *Arkansas State W, 12-10 *Arkansas State L, 5-8 *Arkansas State W, 6-2 *Arkansas State W, 12-10 Henderson State W, 7-1 Louisiana College W, 7-2 at McNeese State L, 5-6 at McNeese State W, 5-2 *Louisiana Tech W, 9-2 *Louisiana Tech W, 7-6 *Louisiana Tech W, 6-3 *Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 at New Orleans W, 7-5 at LSU L, 1-3 at LSU L, 4-7 *at Arkansas State W, 6-3 *at Arkansas State W, 5-4 &at Lamar L, 7-8 &at Lamar W, 7-5 &Lamar W, 6-5 &Lamar L, 1-7

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Year-by-Year Results 5/8 &Lamar W, 5-0 5/13 $Texas L, 0-15 5/14 $UT-Pan American L, 8-9 % News Star World Classic * SLC Game & SLC Playoff Games $ NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas) 1984 • 34-16 / 10-5 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/18 at New Orleans L, 1-13 2/19 at New Orleans L, 5-10 2/20 at Tulane L, 2-9 2/23 at Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 2/23 at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-2 3/1 Little Rock W, 10-6 3/1 Little Rock W, 1-0 3/2 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-1 3/2 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 7-1 3/6 at Southern L, 8-10 3/8 Marymount W, 9-1 3/8 Marymount W, 13-0 3/12 Texas A&M W, 4-3 3/14 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 10-5 3/14 Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 11-5 3/15 Louisiana College W, 10-2 3/15 Louisiana College W, 10-1 3/17 *McNeese State W, 10-1 3/17 *McNeese State L, 2-3 3/18 *McNeese State W, 4-3 3/21 at Northwestern State L, 2-3 3/21 at Northwestern State W, 12-2 3/24 *at North Texas W, 2-1 3/24 *at North Texas W, 11-4 3/25 *at North Texas W, 11-3 3/29 LSU L, 5-6 3/31 *Louisiana Tech W, 7-3 3/31 *Louisiana Tech W, 3-1 4/1 *Louisiana Tech L, 4-11 4/4 at Centenary W, 12-2 4/5 Arkansas-Monticello W, 17-2 4/5 Arkansas-Monticello W, 3-0 4/7 *at Lamar L, 0-3 4/7 *at Lamar L, 0-3 4/8 *at Lamar L, 5-8 4/11 Southern Miss W, 10-9 4/11 Southern Miss W, 5-4 4/12 at Louisiana College W, 5-4 4/17 Stephen F. Austin W, 12-4 4/17 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-3 418 SE Louisiana W, 10-3 4/18 SE Louisiana L, 3-9 4/19 §New Orleans L, 3-14 4/20 §Tulane L, 4-5 4/21 §Northwestern State W, 9-1 4/25 Northwestern State L, 1-8 4/25 Northwestern State W, 4-3 4/28 *Arkansas State W, 9-5 4/28 *Arkansas State W, 7-5 4/29 *Arkansas State W, 5-2 * SLC Game § News Star World Classic 1985 • 26-22-1 / 5-8-1 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/16 at Tulane L, 4-15 2/16 at Tulane L, 0-23 2/17 at Tulane L, 1-9 2/18 at Nicholls State W, 7-6 2/19 at Southern Miss L, 1-3 2/19 at Southen Miss L, 2-5 2/20 at SE Louisiana L, 1-6 2/20 at SE Louisiana L, 1-4

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2/22 at Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 2/23 at Texas A&M L, 1-10 2/23 at Texas A&M L, 11-12 3/3 at UL Lafayette L, 3-4 3/5 Central Missouri W, 7-1 3/5 Central Missouri W, 7-2 3/6 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-4 3/6 Stephen F. Austin W, 9-3 3/7 at Delta State L, 4-7 3/7 at Delta State W, 5-4 3/9 *UT Arlington L, 1-2 3/9 *UT Arlington W, 7-0 3/10 *UT Arlington W, 8-5 3/13 at Louisiana College W, 5-1 3/13 at Louisiana College W, 12-0 3/14 Southern Miss W, 6-5 3/16 *at McNeese State L, 3-7 3/16 *at McNeese State T, 5-5 3/23 *North Texas W, 6-2 3/23 *North Texas W, 4-0 3/24 *North Texas W, 4-2 3/25 at LSU L, 2-10 3/30 *at Louisiana Tech L, 0-2 3/30 *at Louisiana Tech L, 2-13 3/31 *at Louisiana Tech L, 0-7 4/4 at Ole Miss L, 2-3 4/9 Delta State W, 4-1 4/9 Delta State W, 1-0 4/10 at Northwestern State W, 17-2 4/13 *Lamar L, 5-2 4/13 *Lamar L, 2-6 4/14 *Lamar L, 9-12 4/16 Little Rock W, 9-2 4/16 Little Rock W, 2-1 4/17 Louisiana College W, 10-0 4/17 Louisiana College W, 10-2 4/18 Centenary W, 4-1 4/20 Northwestern State W, 7-0 4/20 Northwestern State W, 8-7 4/21 UL Lafayette L, 1-7 4/23 at Centenary W, 18-0 *SLC Game

2/22 2/22 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/30 3/31 4/1

1986 • 25-22 / 6-12 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant Stephen F. Austin W, 6-1 Stephen F. Austin L, 1-4 Delta State W, 9-7 Nicholls State L, 9-10 Nicholls State W, 7-6 Christian Brothers W, 10-3 at LSU L, 6-14 at Southern W, 11-10 Texas A&M L, 2-6 Texas A&M L, 2-13 Northwestern State W, 15-6 Kansas State W, 14-2 Kansas State W, 4-3 Mississippi College W, 28-5 *at Lamar L, 0-6 *at Lamar L, 2-3 *at Lamar L, 3-4 at Stephen F. Austin W, 14-3 at Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 *North Texas L, 3-5 *North Texas W, 4-3 *North Texas W, 4-3 LSU L, 5-13 *at Louisiana Tech L, 4-10 *at Louisiana Tech L, 4-10 *at Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 Quincy College W, 4-3 at Southern Miss L, 1-7 at Southern Miss L, 0-4

4/2 at SE Louisiana W, 10-7 4/5 *UT Arlington W, 10-9 4/5 *UT Arlington L, 1-8 4/6 *UT Arlington L, 1-8 4/10 at Mississippi College L, 2-5 4/12 *McNeese State L, 2-4 4/12 *McNeese State L, 6-10 4/13 *McNeese State W, 8-4 4/16 Northwestern State L, 6-7 4/17 at Delta State W, 13-10 4/21 SE Louisiana W, 6-3 4/22 at Louisiana College W, 8-1 4/23 Centenary W, 9-5 4/26 *at Arkansas State W, 4-3 4/26 *at Arkansas State W, 5-1 4/27 *at Arkansas State L, 3-4 5/3 Louisiana College W, 12-11 5/4 New Orleans W, 8-7 * SLC Game

2/13 2/14 2/14 2/22 2/28 2/28 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/29 5/2 5/3

1987 • 24-28-1 / 7-8 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant at Texas A&M L, 4-16 at Texas A&M L, 0-2 at Texas A&M L, 3-12 at Northwestern State W, 14-4 at Tulane L, 3-4 at Tulane L, 3-4 at New Orleans L,4-7 at Centenary L, 7-8 at Centenary W, 16-6 at McNeese State W, 9-4 at McNeese State L, 2-3 at McNeese State L, 3-4 Mississippi T, 6-6 Delta State W, 6-4 Southern Miss L, 1-5 Southern Miss W, 7-2 Tulane L, 0-3 Tulane W, 14-3 Tulane W, 9-8 at Northwestern State L, 3-8 Northwestern State W, 8-3 Northwestern State W, 15-5 Louisiana College W, 7-1 at Delta State W, 5-1 *Louisiana Tech L, 0-4 *Louisiana Tech W, 8-3 *Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 *Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 at LSU L, 0-15 at Nicholls State L, 3-4 *at Arkansas State L, 4-5 *at Arkansas State W, 6-4 *at Arkansas State W, 12-2 *at Arkansas State L, 4-8 Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 Stephen F. Austin L, 2-6 at Louisiana College W, 16-1 McNeese State L, 1-2 McNeese State W, 4-1 McNeese State W, 16-13 LSU L, 3-9 at Southern Miss L, 6-7 at Southern Miss W, 5-3 at SE Louisiana L, 0-4 at SE Louisiana L, 1-7 *at Louisiana Tech L, 1-9 *at Louisiana Tech W, 9-3 *at Louisiana Tech L, 1-3 *at Louisiana Tech L, 8-9 at Ole Miss W, 14-12 *Arkansas State L, 1-2 *Arkansas State W, 9-0 (forfeit)

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5/3 *Arkansas State W, 9-0 (forfeit) * SLC Game 1988 • 19-26 / 11-8 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/13 at Southern Miss L, 2-6 2/14 at Southern Miss W, 2-1 2/17 Delta State W, 13-3 2/20 Southern Miss L, 3-11 2/21 Southern Miss L, 6-11 2/26 Louisiana College W, 3-11 2/28 Texas A&M L, 4-10 2/28 Texas A&M L, 3-13 2/29 Texas A&M L, 0-9 3/5 SE Louisiana W, 4-3 3/6 Nicholls State L, 4-10 3/8 Louisiana Tech L, 8-10 3/12 Tulane L, 3-6 3/13 Tulane W, 5-4 3/16 Ole Miss L, 1-10 3/17 Central Missouri L, 1-5 3/17 Central Missouri W, 12-3 3/19 *at UT Arlington W, 6-4 3/19 *at UT Arlington L, 4-9 3/20 *at UT Arlington W, 2-1 3/22 Centenary L, 6-12 3/26 *North Texas W, 8-7 3/26 *North Texas W, 7-4 3/27 *North Texas W, 7-2 4/1 at Tulane L, 10-11 4/5 at Louisiana Tech L, 6-21 4/5 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 4/6 at LSU L, 7-8 4/9 *Sam Houston State W, 6-5 4/9 *Sam Houston State W, 5-0 4/10 *Sam Houston State L, 5-9 4/13 at Louisiana College W, 15-9 4/16 *at Texas State W, 4-1 4/16 *at Texas State L, 6-8 4/20 at Ole Miss L, 0-4 4/21 at Delta State W, 7-6 4/23 *Stephen F. Austin L, 5-7 4/23 *Stephen F. Austin L, 9-10 4/24 *Stephen F. Austin W, 7-6 4/26 at Centenary L, 8-10 4/30 *at McNeese State W, 12-10 4/30 *at McNeese State L, 4-5 5/7 *at Northwestern State W, 8-1 5/7 *at Northwestern State L, 2-3 5/8 *at Northwestern State L, 0-5 * SLC Game 1989 • 14-29 / 6-10 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/11 at South Alabama L, 4-19 2/12 at South Alabama L, 6-10 2/17 at Texas A&M L, 2-8 2/17 at Texas A&M L, 0-15 2/21 at Centenary L, 3-4 2/25 at Southern Miss L, 1-14 2/26 at Southern Miss L, 0-6 3/4 at Tulane L, 10-14 3/11 at Louisiana Tech L, 6-10 3/12 Louisiana Tech L, 4-9 3/12 Louisiana Tech L, 3-6 3/14 Centenary W, 7-3 3/15 St. Louis W, 16-7 3/16 St. Louis L, 2-4 3/16 St. Louis W, 14-2 3/18 *at UT Arlington L, 1-8 3/18 *at UT Arlington L, 1-5 3/19 *at UT Arlington L, 4-8 3/23 Tulane L, 0-1 3/24 Tulane W, 8-3


Year-by-Year Results 3/25 Southern Miss L, 4-6 3/26 Southern Miss L, 9-11 3/29 Louisiana College L, 4-6 3/29 Louisiana College W, 13-1 4/8 *at Sam Houston State W, 5-1 4/8 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-4 4/9 *at Sam Houston State W, 7-4 4/12 at Ole Miss W, 10-5 4/13 at Delta State L, 1-4 4/15 *Texas State L, 4-5 4/15 *Texas State W, 7-0 4/16 *Texas State L, 7-11 4/18 at Louisiana College W, 8-1 4/18 at Louisiana College W, 7-4 4/22 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 6-2 4/22 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 1-2 4/23 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 8-2 4/25 at LSU L, 6-7 4/26 at Southern L, 11-12 4/29 *McNeese State L, 5-8 4/29 *McNeese State W, 4-3 5/6 *Northwestern State L, 2-6 5/6 *Northwestern State L, 2-6 * SLC Game 1990 • 28-17 / 10-8 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/15 Louisiana College W, 3-0 2/15 Louisiana College W, 9-1 2/18 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 13-0 2/25 Texas A&M W, 5-2 2/25 Texas A&M W, 6-2 2/26 Texas A&M L, 5-6 2/28 at Centenary W, 5-3 3/3 East Texas Baptist W, 5-4 3/3 East Texas Baptist W, 2-0 3/4 Arkansas-Monticello W, 10-6 3/4 Arkansas-Monticello L, 3-5 3/6 Southern Miss W, 10-7 3/10 Centenary W, 6-4 3/14 Ole Miss W, 7-2 3/17 *Texas State W, 6-1 3/17 *Texas State W, 7-3 3/18 *Texas State L, 5-14 3/22 at Louisiana College W, 15-7 3/24 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-5 3/24 *at Sam Houston State W, 12-2 3/25 *at Sam Houston State L, 4-8 3/31 *UT Arlington W, 4-3 3/31 *UT Arlington L, 2-4 4/1 *UT Arlington L, 2-11 4/3 at East Texas Baptist W, 10-3 4/3 at East Texas Baptist W, 14-2 4/7 *at McNeese State L, 0-4 4/7 *at McNeese State L, 1-2 4/8 *at McNeese State L, 5-12 4/11 at South Alabama L, 0-7 4/12 at South Alabama L, 2-6 4/13 at South Alabama W, 9-2 4/17 at Mississippi State L, 3-5 4/18 at Mississippi State L, 3-5 4/21 *Stephen F. Austin W, 2-1 4/21 *Stephen F. Austin W, 8-0 4/22 *Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 4/25 at Louisiana College W, 5-4 4/25 at Louisiana College W, 15-6 4/28 *at Northwestern State W, 4-0 4/28 *at Northwestern State W, 4-1 4/29 *at Northwestern State W, 7-4 5/4 §Louisiana Tech L, 5-10 5/5 §at Louisiana Tech L, 10-12 5/5 §at Louisiana Tech L, 5-7 § Pelican Cup Series * SLC Game

1991 • 21-30 / 6-11 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/9 at Houston L, 0-5 2/10 at Rice W, 7-4 2/11 at Texas Lutheran W, 8-3 2/12 at Texas Southern W, 6-4 2/14 at Houston Baptist L, 7-8 2/15 at Texas A&M L, 2-13 2/15 at Texas A&M L, 5-8 2/16 at Texas A&M L, 0-4 2/23 Southern Miss W, 3-1 2/24 Southern Miss L, 2-4 2/25 at Centenary W, 6-4 2/28 at Tarleton State W. 17-9 3/1 at TCU L, 9-10 3/1 at TCU L, 1-10 3/2 at TCU L, 1-8 3/5 at UAB L, 3-11 3/6 at Alabama L, 0-9 3/9 Mississippi L, 1-2 3/10 Little Rock W, 5-2 3/11 St. Louis L, 3-4 3/13 at Mississippi W, 7-2 3/16 *Northwestern State L, 0-4 3/16 *Northwestern State W, 14-2 3/18 *Northwestern State W, 5-4 3/20 at Little Rock W, 13-7 3/23 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 3-4 3/23 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 1-5 3/24 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 7-4 3/26 at West Florida W, 7-2 3/27 at South Alabama L, 6-14 3/28 at South Alabama W, 14-6 3/30 §at Louisiana Tech L, 3-9 4/1 §Louisiana Tech W, 10-4 4/1 §Louisiana Tech L, 5-12 4/3 at Tulane W, 10-2 4/6 *McNeese State W, 1-0 4/6 *McNeese State W, 4-3 4/7 *McNeese State W, 1-0 4/9 Louisiana College W, 11-1 4/13 *at UT Arlington L, 0-9 4/13 *at UT Arlington L, 3-10 4/14 *at UT Arlington L, 2-7 4/16 at Southern Miss L, 3-6 4/17 at Southern Miss L, 7-8 4/20 *Sam Houston State L, 1-8 4/20 *Sam Houston State L, 0-4 4/21 *Sam Houston State L, 3-4 4/24 at LSU L, 3-12 4/25 Louisiana College W, 6-5 4/28 *at Texas State L, 3-4 4/28 *at Texas State L, 5-6 § Pelican Cup Series * SLC Game

2/16 2/18 2/19 2/22 2/23 2/26 2/28 2/29 3/2 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/13 3/14 3/15

1992 • 24-24 / 9-12 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant at SE Louisiana L, 3-5 Louisiana College W, 18-3 LeTourneau W, 11-0 at Southern Miss L, 2-6 at Southern Miss L, 3-6 at Ole Miss L, 1-2 at Tulane L, 1-3 at Tulane L, 3-11 Little Rock W, 9-4 *Northwestern State W, 5-4 *Northwestern State L, 3-6 *Northwestern State L, 5-10 Loyola W, 25-1 §Northwestern State W, 11-2 §Grambling State W, 11-5 §Northwestern State L, 1-2

3/15 §Northwestern State L, 2-10 3/18 Southern Miss L, 3-6 3/21 *at UT Arlington L, 5-6 3/21 *at UT Arlington L, 9-10 3/22 *at UT Arlington W, 9-7 3/25 at Little Rock W, 17-7 3/26 at Delta State W, 13-4 3/28 *Texas State L, 5-8 3/28 *Texas State L, 3-16 3/29 *Texas State L, 1-6 4/1 Mississippi W,9-5 4/3 Centenary W, 8-7 4/4 Tarleton State W, 9-1 4/5 Tarleton State W, 15-1 4/7 at LSU L, 5-6 4/11 *Nicholls State W, 3-2 4/11 *Nicholls State W, 13-1 4/12 *Nicholls State L, 2-4 4/14 at Centenary W, 18-6 4/15 at LeTourneau W, 3-2 4/17 *at Sam Houston State W, 5-2 4/17 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-3 4/18 *at Sam Houston State L, 4-5 4/22 Louisiana Tech W, 15-5 4/23 Delta State L, 3-4 4/25 *Stephen F. Austin L, 4-6 4/25 *Stephen F. Austin W, 8-5 4/26 *Stephen F. Austin W, 18-5 4/28 LSU L, 2-10 5/2 *McNeese State W, 7-3 5/2 *McNeese State L, 5-6 5/3 *McNeese State W, 10-3 § Louisiana Classic * SLC Game 1993 • 13-26-1 / 5-18 SLC Coach: Lou St. Amant 2/19 at Texas A&M L, 1-7 2/20 at Texas A&M L, 1-9 2/21 at Rice L, 3-15 2/22 at Prairie View A&M W, 3-2 2/27 *at Northwestern State L, 1-2 2/27 *at Northwestern State L, 1-4 2/28 *at Northwestern State L, 4-5 3/3 at Delta State T, 10-10 3/6 *Texas-San Antonio W, 14-6 3/6 *Texas-San Antonio L, 6-9 3/7 *Texas-San Antonio L, 2-7 3/10 Ole Miss L, 1-5 3/18 at Louisiana College W, 12-0 3/20 *UT Arlington L, 2-3 3/20 *UT Arlington L, 3-6 3/27 *at Texas State L, 3-7 3/27 *at Texas State L, 0-5 3/28 *at Texas State L, 4-14 3/31 Southern Miss L, 13-15 4/2 at Centenary L, 6-8 4/5 at SE Louisiana L, 10-15 4/6 at Southern Miss W, 5-2 4/10 *at Nicholls State L, 0-3 4/10 *at Nicholls State L, 3-6 4/11 *at Nicholls State L, 1-2 4/13 Centenary W, 9-3 4/14 Little Rock W, 4-3 4/17 *Sam Houston State W, 6-2 4/17 *Sam Houston State L, 0-1 4/18 *Sam Houston State L, 2-6 4/21 Louisiana Tech W, 8-3 4/23 at LSU-Shreveport W, 11-5 4/24 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 9-3 4/24 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 7-3 4/25 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 1-7 4/28 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 5/4 Delta State W, 8-1

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L, 0-1 W, 7-0 L, 0-11

1994 • 20-33 / 6-18 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval 2/13 at Spring Hill L, 5-10 2/14 at Mobile College W, 6-5 2/15 at South Alabama L, 5-6 2/16 at South Alabama L, 3-7 2/19 Tarleton State W, 4-3 2/20 Tarleton State W, 13-4 2/23 at Arkansas State L, 5-14 2/24 at Arkansas State L, 2-3 2/26 Ouachita Baptist W, 8-2 2/26 Ouachita Baptist W, 9-5 2/28 SE Louisiana L, 3-9 3/5 *Northwestern State L, 3-7 3/5 *Northwestern State W, 5-1 3/6 *Northwestern State L, 2-11 3/10 at LSU-Shreveport W, 14-2 3/13 at Mississippi State L, 1-8 3/13 at Mississippi State L, 2-3 3/15 Alcorn State W, 6-1 3/16 at UL Lafayette L, 5-12 3/19 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-4 3/19 *at Sam Houston State L, 5-8 3/20 *at Sam Houston State L, 4-5 3/23 Louisiana College W, 10-4 3/26 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-3 3/26 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 5-12 3/27 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 8-10 3/29 at Centenary L,6-8 3/30 Tulane W, 5-2 3/31 Tulane L, 3-9 4/1 *Stephen F. Austin W, 11-6 4/2 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-4 4/2 *Stephen F. Austin L, 4-8 4/7 at Tulane L, 6-7 4/8 at Loyola L, 4-5 4/9 *at Nicholls State L, 1-6 4/9 *at Nicholls State W, 2-1 4/10 *at Nicholls State L, 1-3 4/13 Centenary W, 13-12 4/16 *Texas State W, 3-2 4/16 *Texas State W, 6-1 4/17 *Texas State L, 0-4 4/19 LSU-Shreveport W, 4-1 4/22 at Louisiana College W, 19-2 4/23 *at McNeese State L, 1-2 4/23 *at McNeese State L, 0-4 4/24 *at McNeese State L, 0-23 4/26 Mississippi College W, 6-5 4/26 Mississippi College L, 1-12 4/29 Louisiana Tech W, 8-2 4/30 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 5/6 *UT Arlington L, 4-8 5/6 *UT Arlington L, 5-6 5/7 *UT Arlington L, 5-9 * SLC Game

2/4 2/4 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/18 2/18 2/19

1995 • 37-20 / 16-7 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval SLC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional at Tarleton State L, 1-5 at Tarleton State L, 4-6 at Texas Southern W, 9-4 at Prairie View A&M W, 11-0 at Prairie View A&M W, 17-0 Prairie View A&M W, 10-0 Prairie View A&M W, 14-4 UL Lafayette L, 1-2

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Year-by-Year Results 2/22 Little Rock L, 2-3 2/24 at Alabama L, 5-8 2/25 at Alabama L, 0-7 2/26 at Alabama W, 8-6 3/5 *at Northwestern State W, 2-0 3/5 *at Northwestern State L, 9-17 3/6 *at Northwestern State L, 7-8 3/10 Cameron W, 5-2 3/10 Cameron W, 1-0 3/11 Ole Miss W, 12-6 3/12 Ole Miss W, 6-1 3/16 Mississippi State W, 9-1 3/17 Mississippi State L, 0-5 3/18 *Sam Houston State W, 10-1 3/18 *Sam Houston State W, 4-1 3/19 *Sam Houston State W, 7-2 3/22 LSU-Shreveport W, 19-1 3/25 *Texas-San Antonio W, 7-2 3/ 25 *Texas-San Antonio W, 8-7 3/26 *Texas-San Antonio L, 6-9 3/28 Grambling State W, 16-4 3/29 Centenary W, 7-6 4/1 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 10-6 4/1 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 6-4 4/2 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 6-3 4/4 at Mississippi L, 4-8 4/8 *Nicholls State W, 14-10 4/8 *Nicholls State W, 14-11 4/9 *Nicholls State W, 5-4 4/13 at Centenary W, 15-6 4/15 *at Texas State L, 1-2 4/15 *at Texas State W, 5-2 4/16 *at Texas State W, 10-4 4/19 at LSU L, 11-12 4/24 *McNeese State W, 1-0 4/24 *McNeese State L, 1-3 4/26 at Little Rock L, 7-8 4/29 at New Orleans L, 8-9 4/30 at New Orleans W, 3-2 5/2 at Louisiana Tech W, 7-5 5/3 Louisiana Tech W, 9-4 5/5 *at UT Arlington L, 4-5 5/6 *at UT Arlington W, 4-3 5/6 *at UT Arlington L, 4-12 5/13 % McNeese State W, 4-0 5/14 % UT Arlington W, 6-5 5/15 % McNeese State W, 10-5 5/25 $ Cal State Fullerton L, 6-7 5/26 $ Central Michigan L, 11-14 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Shreveport, La.) $ NCAA South Regional (Baton Rouge, La.) 1996 • 41-19 / 21-9 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval SLC Regular Season Champions 2/10 Centenary W,10-5 2/11 at Centenary L, 1-2 2/13 LSU-Shreveport W, 11-1 2/14 Little Rock W, 7-0 2/17 New Orleans L, 5-8 2/18 New Orleans L, 1-6 2/20 at Mississippi L, 2-7 2/21 at Mississippi W, 2-1 2/23 Alabama L, 2-8 2/24 Alabama L, 1-7 2/25 Alabama W, 5-3 2/27 at Grambling State W, 10-4 2/28 Grambling State W, 8-7 3/2 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-6 3/2 *at Sam Houston State W, 3-2 3/3 *at Sam Houston State L, 14-12 3/4 Duquesne W, 13-2

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3/6 at UL Lafayette W, 12-4 3/9 *UT Arlington L, 3-4 3/9 *UT Arlington W, 10-3 3/10 *UT Arlington W, 13-12 3/12 St. Louis W, 9-8 3/14 at LSU-Shreveport W, 24-4 3/16 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 5-13 3/16 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 12-7 3/17 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 10 -11 3/20 at LSU L, 0-10 3/23 *Texas State L, 5-8 3/23 *Texas State W, 8-2 3/24 *Texas State W, 8-2 3/26 at Centenary W, 10-3 3/27 Centenary W, 12-11 3/30 *Northwestern State W, 4-0 3/30 *Northwestern State W, 10-7 3/31 *Northwestern State W, 8-1 4/3 at Louisiana College W, 11-1 4/6 *at McNeese State W, 6-3 4/6 *at McNeese State W, 8-7 4/7 *at McNeese State L, 4-8 4/9 Louisiana College W, 13-4 4/13 *at Nicholls State W, 11-4 4/13 *at Nicholls State W, 8-4 4/14 *at Nicholls State W, 11-2 4/17 at Little Rock L, 14-15 4/20 *McNeese State W, 11-5 4/20 *McNeese State W, 9-1 4/21 *McNeese State W, 19-6 4/23 Louisiana Tech W, 8-5 4/24 at Louisiana Tech W, 16-8 4/27 *Nicholls State W, 8-4 4/27 *Nicholls State W, 13-4 4/28 *Nicholls State W, 18-5 5/1 UL Lafayette W, 10-5 5/4 *at Northwestern State L, 4-5 5/4 *at Northwestern State L, 2-3 5/5 *at Northwestern State W, 6-3 5/16 % UT Arlington W, 4-3 5/17 % Texas-San Antonio W, 5-3 5/18 % Sam Houston State L, 1-11 5/18 % Northwestern State L, 4-7 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Shreveport, La.) 1997 • 33-21 / 17-11 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval 2/9 at Arkansas L, 6-10 2/11 at Little Rock W, 11-8 2/15 Arkansas State L, 6-8 2/16 Arkansas State L, 2-7 2/19 at Centenary W, 7-2 2/22 at SE Louisiana L, 5-6 2/23 at SE Louisiana W, 10-9 3/3 *Sam Houston State W, 13-5 3/3 *Sam Houston State L, 5-6 3/4 Louisiana College W, 11-7 3/8 *at UT Arlington L, 0-3 3/8 *at UT Arlington L, 5-6 3/9 *at UT Arlington L, 3-5 3/11 Centenary W, 18-3 3/15 *Texas-San Antonio W, 1-0 3/15 *Texas-San Antonio W, 3-1 3/16 *Texas-San Antonio W, 12-7 3/19 at Mississippi State L, 5-8 3/19 at Mississippi State L, 1-7 3/22 *at Texas State L, 4-12 3/22 *at Texas State L, 3-5 3/23 *at Texas State W, 15-6 3/26 LSU W, 6-2 3/28 *at Northwestern State W, 6-2 3/29 *at Northwestern State L, 3-7 3/29 *at Northwestern State L, 1-5

4/1 at Grambling State W, 12-4 4/5 *McNeese State W, 12-5 4/5 *McNeese State W, 7-3 4/6 *McNeese State W, 15-6 4/9 at LSU L, 4-12 4/12 *Nicholls State W, 10-5 4/12 *Nicholls State L, 3-7 4/13 *Nicholls State W, 16-10 4/15 Louisiana College W, 19-6 4/16 Grambling State W, 12-8 4/17 at UL Lafayette L, 7-8 4/19 *at McNeese State W, 9-3 4/19 *at McNeese State L, 5-7 4/20 *at McNeese State W, 15-2 4/22 LSU-Shreveport W, 7-3 4/22 LSU-Shreveport W, 10-4 4/23 Little Rock W, 16-1 4/28 *at Nicholls State W, 8-3 4/28 *at Nicholls State W, 5-3 4/29 Centenary W, 21-9 4/30 at Louisiana Tech W, 9-7 5/3 *Northwestern State W, 7-0 5/3 *Northwestern State L, 2-8 5/4 *Northwestern State W, 8-4 5/5 UL Lafayette W, 11-6 5/7 Louisiana Tech W, 2-0 5/14 % Sam Houston State L, 8-9 5/15 % Texas-San Antonio L, 3-5 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Monroe, La.) 1998 • 33-22 / 13-9 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval 2/12 at Louisiana College W, 23-0 2/14 at Grambling State W, 8-1 2/17 Grambling State W, 20-0 2/18 Alcorn State W, 7-2 2/18 Alcorn State W, 10-0 2/21 SE Louisiana L, 3-5 2/21 Kansas State W, 4-3 2/24 at LSU L, 8-9 2/25 at UL Lafayette L, 5-9 2/28 at Arkansas State L, 0-9 3/1 at Arkansas State W, 9-2 3/3 UL Lafayette W, 6-4 3/4 LSU-Shreveport W, 10-8 3/4 LSU-Shreveport W, 16-3 3/8 *at Sam Houston State W, 9-3 3/8 *at Sam Houston State L, 2-7 3/10 Mississippi State L, 3-4 3/11 Mississippi State L, 3-4 3/14 *Texas-San Antonio W, 4-2 3/14 *Texas-San Antonio W, 12-2 3/15 *Texas-San Antonio W, 10-2 3/17 Ole Miss L, 4-16 3/18 at Little Rock W, 15-8 3/21 *at Texas State W, 3-2 3/21 *at Texas State W, 13-6 3/22 *at Texas State L, 8-9 3/24 Centenary W, 14-1 3/25 at Centenary W, 16-1 3/28 *SE Louisiana W, 9-4 3/28 *SE Louisiana W, 9-4 3/29 *SE Louisiana W, 12-9 4/1 Little Rock W, 16-4 4/4 *at Northwestern State L, 0-2 4/4 *at Northwestern State L, 2-8 4/5 *at Northwestern State W, 5-4 4/7 at South Alabama W, 12-6 4/8 at South Alabama L, 3-9 4/11 *McNeese State L, 6-7 4/11 *McNeese State L, 11-12 4/12 *McNeese State W, 14-4 4/14 Centenary W, 9-0

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4/15 Louisiana Tech W, 9-8 4/19 *UT Arlington W, 4-3 4/19 *UT Arlington L, 7-9 4/22 at Centenary W, 13-2 4/24 at Baylor L, 8-11 4/24 at Baylor L, 4-6 4/25 at Baylor W, 3-2 4/30 at New Orleans L, 4-6 5/1 *at Nicholls State L, 0-3 5/2 *at Nicholls State W, 7-2 5/2 *at Nicholls State L, 1-8 5/6 at Louisiana Tech W, 21-5 5/13 %Texas State L, 1-9 5/14 %Northwestern State L, 0-11 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Shreveport, La.) 1999 • 36-22 / 19-7 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval SLC Champions NCAA Regional 2/9 Baylor W, 15-4 2/10 Baylor L, 0-2 2/12 vs. Dallas Baptist W, 5-2 2/13 vs. Arkansas W, 8-6 2/14 at UL Lafayette L, 3-4 2/19 at Memphis W, 12-2 2/20 at Memphis L, 2-4 2/21 at Memphis W, 7-2 2/23 at Little Rock L, 5-8 2/26 Iowa W, 9-1 2/27 Iowa State W, 6-5 2/28 UL Lafayette L, 1-8 3/4 at LSU-Shreveport W, 23-11 3/6 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 6-5 3/6 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 7-8 3/7 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-4 3/9 at Grambling State W, 11-7 3/14 *Lamar W, 12-4 3/14 *Lamar W, 14-13 3/16 Ole Miss L, 7-8 3/17 Arkansas L, 8-10 3/19 *at McNeese State W, 6-5 3/20 *at McNeese State W, 6-2 3/21 *at McNeese State L,1-3 3/23 New Orleans L, 5-7 3/26 *Nicholls State W, 8-2 3/27 *Nicholls State W, 11-10 3/28 *Nicholls State W, 7-6 3/31 at LSU W, 4-3 4/2 *at SE Louisiana W, 8-4 4/3 *at SE Louisiana W, 22-13 4/4 *at SE Louisiana L, 10-12 4/6 at Mississippi State L, 6-13 4/7 at Mississippi State L, 1-18 4/10 *Texas State W, 4-0 4/10 *Texas State W, 14-5 4/11 *Texas State L, 6-14 4/13 Centenary W, 12-9 4/16 *Northwestern State W, 9-3 4/17 *Northwestern State L, 3-5 4/18 *Northwestern State L, 4-7 4/20 Grambling State W, 12-8 4/21 Little Rock W, 10-3 4/24 *at UT Arlington W, 5-3 4/24 *at UT Arlington L, 3-4 4/25 *at UT Arlington W, 9-8 4/27 at Ole Miss L, 6-7 5/1 *Sam Houston State W, 15-6 5/1 *Sam Houston State W, 8-4 5/2 *Sam Houston State W, 6-5 5/5 Louisiana Tech W, 6-2 5/6 at Louisiana Tech W, 18-8 5/11 LSU W, 6-5


Year-by-Year Results 5/15 %SE Louisiana W, 8-4 5/16 %Texas State L, 4-5 5/17 %Texas-San Antonio L, 4-7 5/28 $at LSU L, 4-11 5/29 $vs. Southern L, 7-8 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Monroe, La.) $ NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.) 2000 • 41-22 / 20-7 SLC Coach: Smoke Laval SLC Champions NCAA Regional 2/4 at Texas-Pan American W, 5-4 2/5 at Texas-Pan American L, 5-7 2/6 at Texas-Pan American W, 12-8 2/9 at Little Rock W, 3-2 2/11 Samford W, 8-7 2/12 Samford W, 13-1 2/12 Samford W, 12-0 2/16 LSU-Shreveport W, 10-0 2/18 Memphis W, 7-1 2/19 Memphis W, 9-7 2/20 Memphis W, 5-4 2/22 at Southern Miss L, 2-10 2/23 at Southern Miss W, 7-4 2/29 UL Lafayette L, 5-7 3/1 Louisiana Tech L, 4-7 3/4 *UT Arlington W, 5-4 3/4 *UT Arlington L, 4-8 3/5 *UT Arlington W, 3-2 3/7 at Grambling State L, 12-16 3/11 *at Northwestern State L, 4-5 3/11 *at Northwestern State W, 9-5 3/12 *at Northwestern State W, 10-1 3/18 *at Texas State L, 0-5 3/18 *at Texas State W, 5-4 3/19 *at Texas State W, 8-1 3/21 Ole Miss W, 9-2 3/24 *SE Louisiana W, 8-1 3/25 *SE Louisiana W, 8-0 3/26 *SE Louisiana W, 8-3 3/28 at New Orleans L, 6-11 3/29 at New Orleans L, 4-7 3/30 at UL Lafayette L, 5-6 4/4 at Ole Miss L, 4-5 4/5 Grambling State W, 6-4 4/7 *McNeese State W, 6-5 4/8 *McNeese State L, 6-8 4/9 *McNeese State W, 11-9 4/11 at Louisiana Tech W, 9-6 4/15 *at Lamar W, 8-0 4/15 *at Lamar W, 5-2 4/16 *at Lamar W, 7-1 4/18 at LSU L, 5-12 4/19 Centenary W, 4-1 4/22 *Texas-San Antonio W, 6-2 4/22 *Texas-San Antonio W, 17-7 4/23 *Texas-San Antonio W, 3-2 4/29 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-3 4/29 *at Sam Houston State W, 7-6 4/30 *at Sam Houston State L, 7-11 5/5 *at Nicholls State W, 9-3 5/6 *at Nicholls State L, 1-3 5/7 *at Nicholls State W, 4-1 5/9 Louisiana Tech W, 7-4 5/10 at Louisiana Tech L, 6-7 5/17 % Sam Houston State W, 7-5 5/18 %vs. Nicholls State W, 12-6 5/19 %vs. Texas State L, 4-6 5/20 %vs. NW State W, 4-3 5/20 %vs. Texas State L, 2-3 5/26 $vs. New Orleans W, 8-3 5/27 $at LSU L, 0-21

5/27 $vs. New Orleans W, 10-4 5/28 $at LSU L, 3-5 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Monroe, La.) $ NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.) 2001 • 36-24 / 17-10 SLC Coach: Brad Holland 2/9 LSU-Shreveport W, 17-9 2/10 LSU-Shreveport W, 5-4 2/10 LSU-Shreveport W, 14-1 2/14 at LSU W, 7-6 2/17 Texas-Pan American W, 6-3 2/17 Texas-Pan American W, 2-0 2/18 Texas-Pan American W, 11-5 2/20 Southern Miss L, 0-2 2/21 Southern Miss L, 2-6 2/23 at Jacksonville W, 4-3 2/24 at Jacksonville L, 6-11 2/25 at Jacksonville L, 4-16 3/4 *Lamar W, 8-7 3/5 *Lamar L, 6-10 3/5 *Lamar W, 4-3 3/6 at Mississippi State L, 0-4 3/7 at Mississippi State W, 8-7 3/10 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 2-8 3/10 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 3-6 3/11 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 6-4 3/16 *Texas State W, 4-3 3/17 *Texas State W, 6-1 3/18 *Texas State W, 6-4 3/21 at UL Lafayette W, 10-4 3/23 *at SE Louisiana W, 8-4 3/24 *at SE Louisiana W, 10-2 3/25 *at SE Louisiana W, 4-1 3/27 Grambling State W, 11-1 3/30 *at McNeese State L, 1-2 3/31 *at McNeese State W, 6-4 4/1 *at McNeese State L, 3-9 4/3 at Grambling State W, 18-2 4/5 *Nicholls State L, 4-11 4/6 *Nicholls State L, 2-3 4/7 *Nicholls State W, 12-7 4/10 New Orleans W, 15-7 4/11 New Orleans W, 16-2 4/16 at Centenary L, 3-4 4/17 Centenary W, 15-5 4/18 Little Rock L, 6-11 4/21 *Sam Houston State W, 17-5 4/21 *Sam Houston State W, 13-9 4/22 *Sam Houston State W, 4-1 4/24 at Ole Miss L, 3-9 4/25 at Ole Miss L, 1-4 4/26 LSU L, 4-16 4/27 *Northwestern State L, 3-5 4/28 *Northwestern State W, 5-3 4/29 *Northwestern State L, 1-4 4/30 UL Lafayette W, 4-3 5/1 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-7 5/2 at Little Rock L,11-13 5/5 *at UT Arlington W, 4-3 5/5 *at UT Arlington W, 9-3 5/6 *at UT Arlington L, 6-7 5/9 Louisiana Tech W, 6-5 5/16 % Texas-San Antonio L, 4-5 5/17 % Northwestern State W,13-7 5/18 % Texas-San Antonio W, 3-0 5/18 % UT Arlington L, 2-5 * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Beaumont, Texas)

2002 • 29-29 / 17-10 SLC Coach: Brad Holland SLC Champions 2/12 at Centenary W, 7-2 2/15 Southern Illinois L, 1-8 2/16 Southern Illinois L, 2-8 2/17 Southern Illinois W, 7-6 2/20 at UL Lafayette W, 10-6 2/22 +vs. Southern Miss L, 4-7 2/23 +vs. Nebraska L, 1-4 2/24 +at McNeese State L, 2-10 2/27 Mississippi State L, 5-6 3/2 Arkansas State L, 4-7 3/2 Arkansas State W, 5-3 3/5 at Southern Miss L, 2-15 3/6 at Southern Miss W, 4-1 3/8 at LSU L, 3-4 3/9 at LSU L, 1-7 3/10 at LSU L, 7-8 3/13 Ole Miss L, 6-13 3/15 *at Northwestern State L, 2-4 3/16 *at Northwestern State L, 2-5 3/17 *at Northwestern State L, 5-12 3/19 Little Rock W, 6-4 3/22 *UT Arlington L, 5-6 3/23 *UT Arlington W, 8-2 3/24 *UT Arlington W, 9-7 3/27 Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 3/29 *at Texas State L, 10-13 3/29 *at Texas State W, 18-4 3/30 *at Texas State W, 7-6 4/2 at Centenary L, 5-12 4/3 Centenary W, 4-0 4/5 *SE Louisiana W, 5-1 4/6 *SE Louisiana W, 13-2 4/7 *SE Louisiana W, 7-6 4/10 UL Lafayette W, 7-6 4/12 *at Nicholls State W, 4-3 4/13 *at Nicholls State W, 8-7 4/14 *at Nicholls State W, 10-6 4/16 at Little Rock W, 19-2 4/19 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-8 4/20 *at Sam Houston State W, 6-2 4/21 *at Sam Houston State W, 8-2 4/23 LSU L, 3-10 4/27 *Texas-San Antonio L, 2-10 4/27 *Texas-San Antonio W, 15-9 4/28 *Texas-San Antonio L, 11-13 5/1 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-11 5/4 Henderson State W, 12-4 5/4 Henderson State W, 12-5 5/10 *McNeese State W, 6-3 5/11 *McNeese State W, 6-4 5/12 *McNeese State L, 3-6 5/14 at New Orleans L, 3-6 5/15 at New Orleans W, 10-4 5/18 *at Lamar W, 16-6 5/18 *at Lamar W, 5-4 5/19 *at Lamar L, 6-16 5/22 #vs. McNeese State L, 6-7 5/23 #vs. Northwestern State L, 3-12 + Lake Area Classic (Lake Charles, La.) # SLC Tournament (Beaumont, Texas)

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2/23 Northern Iowa $ W, 7-6 2/24 Northwestern State $ L, 16-24 3/4 Southern Miss W, 8-1 3/5 Southern Miss L, 2-6 3/7 at UAB L, 0-5 3/8 at UAB W, 14-13 3/9 at UAB L, 4-6 3/11 at Grambling State W, 13-1 3/15 *at SE Louisiana W, 8-7 3/16 *at SE Louisiana W, 9-4 3/21 *Sam Houston State W, 12-3 3/22 *Sam Houston State W, 10-0 3 23 *Sam Houston State W, 4-3 3/25 at Little Rock W, 19-8 3/28 *at McNeese State W, 8-4 3/29 *at McNeese State W, 6-4 3/30 *at McNeese State L, 1-2 4/1 Centenary W, 4-3 4/2 at Centenary L, 3-10 4/4 *Nicholls State L, 3-9 4/5 *Nicholls State L, 4-5 4/6 *Nicholls State W, 4-2 4/8 at Little Rock L, 6-16 4/11 *Texas State L, 6-7 4/12 *Texas State L, 2-7 4/13 *Texas State L, 0-15 4/18 *Lamar L, 6-4-6 4/18 *Lamar W, 5-4 4/19 *Lamar L, 1-4 4/22 Little Rock W, 12-6 4/25 *at UT Arlington L, 2-4 4/26 *at UT Arlington W, 12-3 4/27 *at UT Arlington L, 3-11 4/29 Little Rock W, 12-6 4/30 at Mississippi State L, 4-5 5/2 Jacksonville State W, 5-2 5/3 Jacksonville State L, 5-6 5/4 Jacksonville State L, 3-10 5/6 Louisiana Tech W, 10-6 5/9 *Northwestern State L, 7-11 5/10 *Northwestern State W, 10-9 5/11 *Northwestern State W, 5-2 5/16 *Texas-San Antonio L, 1-2 5/16 *Texas-San Antonio L, 7-15 5/16 *Texas-San Antonio L, 8-9 5/21 %Texas State W, 7-4 5/22 %UT Arlington L, 10-15 5/23 %Texas State W, 6-5 5/23 %UT Arlington L, 4-6 $ ULM Citgo/Holidome Classic * SLC Game % SLC Tournament (Monroe, La.) 2004 • 30-28 / 12-14 SLC Coach: Brad Holland 2/13 Grambling State W, 20-1 2/17 at LSU L, 1-7 2/18 at UL Lafayette L, 1-4 2/21 at Tennessee-Martin W, 12-0 2/22 at Tennessee-Martin L, 2-5 2/23 at Tennessee-Martin W, 9-3 2/27 #Kansas State W. 7-3 2/27 #Eastern Illinois W, 15-4 2/29 #SW Missouri State W, 14-8 3/2 at Southern Miss L, 3-10 3/3 at Southern Miss L, 5-11 3/6 Jacksonville State L, 0-2 3/6 Jacksonville State W, 6-1 3/7 Jacksonville State W, 3-2 3/9 LSU L, 1-6 3/12 at New Orleans W, 6-3 3/13 at New Orleans W, 7-6 3/14 at New Orleans L, 5-8 3/17 Mississippi State L, 3-7

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4/9 *Lamar 4/10 *Lamar 4/12 at Mississippi State 4/15 *Texas State 4/16 *Texas State 4/17 *Texas State 4/19 at Little Rock 4/22 *Nicholls State 4/23 *Nicholls State 4/24 *Nicholls State 4/26 at Louisiana Tech 4/29 *at McNeese State 4/30 *at McNeese State 5/1 *at McNeese State 5/3 vs. Southern Miss 5/6 at SW Missouri St. 5/7 at SW Missouri St. 5/8 at SW Missouri St. 5/13 *Sam Houston State 5/14 *Sam Houston State 5/15 *Sam Houston State 5/17 Louisiana Tech 5/19 *at SE Louisiana 5/20 *at SE Louisiana 5/21 *at SE Louisiana * SLC Game

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

2006 • 18-37 / 12-16 SLC Coach: Brad Holland 2/3 at Texas Tech L, 5-21 2/4 at Texas Tech L, 4-15 2/5 at Texas Tech L, 10-11 2/14 at UL Lafayette L, 2-8 2/17 Missouri L, 1-5 2/17 Missouri L, 0-11 2/21 Henderson State L, 4-5 2/24 vs. Kansas State L, 5-10 2/26 at UL Lafayette L, 8-12 3/1 at LSU L, 5-8 3/3 at Jacksonville State L, 2-8 3/4 at Jacksonville State L, 5-6 3/5 at Jacksonville State L, 6-7 3/7 at Southern Miss L, 5-18 3/8 at Mississippi State L, 2-7 3/10 *Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 3/11 *Stephen F. Austin W, 16-15 3/12 *Stephen F. Austin W, 16-7 3/17 UT Arlington L, 4-10 3/22 Southern Miss W, 2-1 3/24 *at Sam Houston State L, 3-4 3/25 *at Sam Houston State L, 4-5 3/26 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-2 3/31 *at Texas State L, 3-6 4/1 *at Texas State W, 11-7 4/2 *at Texas State L, 4-10 4/5 vs. Mississippi State L, 4-15 4/5 vs. Mississippi State L, 0-11 4/7 Grambling State W, 25-5 4/8 at Grambling State W, 11-2 4/11 UL Lafayette L, 0-11 4/14 *SE Louisiana W, 12-2 4/15 *SE Louisiana W, 5-1 4/15 *SE Louisiana L, 4-8 4/18 vs. Southern Arkansas W, 4-3 4/18 at LSU-Shreveport W, 9-4 4/21 *at Lamar L, 2-12 4/22 *at Lamar L, 1-12 4/23 *at Lamar W, 10-5 4/25 Louisiana College W, 5-4 4/26 at Ole Miss L, 6-12 4/28 *McNeese State L, 5-7 4/30 *McNeese State L, 7-9 4/30 *McNeese State L, 6-12 5/2 Louisiana Tech L, 7-8

5/5 *Texas-San Antonio W, 5-3 5/7 *Texas-San Antonio W, 8-2 5/7 *Texas-San Antonio L, 2-5 5/12 *at Nicholls State W, 6-3 5/13 *at Nicholls State L, 3-5 5/14 *at Nicholls State W, 6-4 5/16 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-12 5/18 *at Northwestern State L, 2-3 5/19 *at Northwestern State L, 4-5 5/20 *at Northwestern State W, 16-6 * SLC Game 2007 • 29-28 / 15-14 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider 2/9 Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 2/10 Stephen F. Austin W, 7-2 2/11 Stephen F. Austin L, 10-11 2/16 Nicholls State W, 7-6 2/17 Nicholls State W, 11-5 2/18 Nicholls State W, 12-10 2/23 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 2/25 at Louisiana Tech W, 10-9 2/27 McNeese State W, 8-6 2/28 Louisiana College W, 12-7 3/6 at Missouri L, 4-5 3/7 at Missouri L, 2-4 3/9 *Little Rock W, 8-1 3/10 *Little Rock W, 4-1 3/11 *Little Rock W, 6-1 3/13 at Northwestern State W, 7-3 3/14 at Central Arkansas L, 4-15 3/16 *at New Orleans W, 3-1 3/17 *at New Orleans L, 2-3 3/18 *at New Orleans W, 9-8 3/20 #28 Southern Miss L, 5-9 3/21 at Louisiana College W, 2-1 3/23 *South Alabama W, 7-2 3/24 *South Alabama W, 11-2 3/25 *South Alabama W, 7-2 3/27 at McNeese State L, 7-11 3/30 *at Middle Tennessee W, 13-7 3/31 *at Middle Tennessee L, 6-21 4/1 *at Middle Tennessee L, 5-11 4/3 at #23 Mississippi State L, 7-17 4/6 *Florida Atlantic L, 1-3 4/7 *Florida Atlantic L, 2-5 4/8 *Florida Atlantic W, 7-6 4/10 Northwestern State W, 10-8 4/11 LSU-Shreveport L, 11-17 4/13 *at FIU L, 5-9 4/14 *at FIU W, 5-3 4/17 Grambling State W, 19-6 4/18 at Southern Miss L, 4-16 4/20 *Western Kentucky W, 13-7 4/21 *Western Kentucky L, 5-8 4/22 *Western Kentucky W, 7-4 4/24 Central Arkansas L, 10-12 4/27 *at Troy L, 11-27 4/28 *at Troy W, 8-7 4/29 *at Troy L, 4-9 5/1 Grambling State W, 8-3 5/4 *UL Lafayette L, 2-5 5/5 *UL Lafayette L, 5-6 5/6 *UL Lafayette L, 9-11 5/11 *at Arkansas State L, 5-7 5/12 *at Arkansas State W, 12-3 5/13 *at Arkansas State L, 13-17 5/16 Louisiana Tech W, 12-9 5/17 Louisiana Tech L 3-4 5/23 !vs. Troy L, 0-7 5/24 !at South Alabama L, 3-5 * Sun Belt Game ! Sun Belt Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

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2008 • 34-24 / 20-10 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider SBC Regular Season Champions 2/22 at Nicholls State W, 1-0 2/23 at Nicholls State W, 11-6 2/24 at Nicholls State W, 16-7 2/26 at Southern Miss W, 4-1 2/27 Louisiana Tech L, 7-11 2/29 Sam Houston State L, 2-4 3/1 Sam Houston State W, 11-9 3/2 Sam Houston State L, 7-9 3/8 *Western Kentucky W, 9-1 3/8 *Western Kentucky L, 5-16 3/9 *Western Kentucky W, 9-5 3/11 Lamar W, 12-3 3/12 Lamar W, 10-1 3/14 *at New Orleans W, 11-9 3/15 *at New Orleans W, 19-13 3/16 *at New Orleans W, 3-2 3/19 Southern Miss L, 5-7 3/21 *at Arkansas State W, 3-1 3/22 *at Arkansas State L, 10-15 3/23 *at Arkansas State W, 6-3 3/25 at Stephen F. Austin L, 11-12 3/26 at Stephen F. Austin L, 5-7 3/28 *Florida Atlantic W, 7-6 3/29 *Florida Atlantic W, 3-2 3/30 *Florida Atlantic W, 13-5 4/2 at McNeese State W, 9-6 4/5 *Little Rock W, 7-1 4/5 *Little Rock L, 8-9 4/6 *Little Rock W, 12-8 4/8 Dallas Baptist L, 1-2 4/9 Dallas Baptist L, 5-18 4/11 *at UL Lafayette L, 10-12 4/12 *at UL Lafayette W, 15-6 4/13 *at UL Lafayette W, 14-4 4/15 Centenary W, 11-2 4/16 McNeese State W, 21-9 4/18 *Middle Tennessee W, 5-4 4/19 *Middle Tennessee W, 25-10 4/20 *Middle Tennessee W, 16-8 4/23 Grambling State W, 17-5 4/25 *at FIU L, 6-9 4/26 *at FIU W, 10-0 4/27 *at FIU L, 10-17 4/29 Northwestern State L, 4-13 4/30 at Northwestern State W, 8-1 5/2 *at South Alabama W, 10-4 5/3 *at South Alabama L, 13-16 5/4 *at South Alabama L, 11-12 5/9 *Troy L, 7-11 5/10 *Troy L, 6-24 5/11 *Troy W, 8-5 5/13 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-15 5/15 at Creighton L, 5-8 5/16 at Creighton L, 3-8 5/17 at Creighton W, 7-2 5/21 !vs. Middle Tennessee W, 8-7 5/23 !vs. Western Kentucky L, 4-10 5/23 !vs. Florida Atlantic L, 2-4 * Sun Belt Game ! Sun Belt Tournament (Lafayette, La.)

2/20 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/4

2009 • 32-27 / 12-17 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider Northwestern State L, 3-8 Stephen F. Austin W, 24-7 Mississippi Valley State W, 15-4 at #34 Tulane W, 4-3 Grambling State W, 9-2 Grambling State W, 9-5 at Grambling State W, 11-7 #27 Southern Miss L, 2-4


Year-by-Year Results 3/6 *at Western Kentucky L, 5-8 3/7 *at Western Kentucky L, 2-14 3/8 *at Western Kentucky L, 2-12 3/10 UT Arlington W, 15-9 3/11 at McNeese State L, 10-11 3/14 *New Orleans W, 8-6 3/15 *New Orleans W, 5-4 3/15 *New Orleans W, 4-1 3/17 at Dallas Baptist L, 11-13 3/18 at Dallas Baptist L, 7-14 3/20 *Arkansas State L, 4-14 3/21 *Arkansas State L, 4-6 3/22 *Arkansas State W, 10-8 3/23 Harvard W, 11-8 3/24 at Southern Miss W, 9-2 3/27 *at Florida Atlantic L, 4-5 3/28 *at Florida Atlantic W, 11-4 3/29 *at Florida Atlantic W, 7-5 4/1 Mississippi State W, 7-1 4/3 *at Little Rock W, 24-5 4/4 *at Little Rock W, 9-3 4/5 *at Little Rock L, 2-12 4/10 *UL Lafayette W, 16-7 4/11 *UL Lafayette W, 8-7 4/12 *UL Lafayette W, 7-4 4/14 at #5 Arkansas W, 3-2 4/15 at #5 Arkansas L, 9-10 4/17 *at Middle Tennessee L, 3-13 4/18 *at Middle Tennessee L, 6-8 4/18 *at Middle Tennessee L, 4-5 4/21 McNeese State W, 8-2 4/22 Northwestern State W, 17-9 4/24 *Florida International W, 15-9 4/25 *Florida International L, 3-8 4/26 *Florida International L, 6-7 4/28 at Lamar L, 10-11 4/29 at Lamar L, 7-12 5/1 *South Alabama L, 9-12 5/2 *South Alabama L, 9-11 5/6 at Northwestern State W, 17-8 5/8 *at Troy L, 5-13 5/9 *at Troy L, 5-7 5/10 *at Troy L, 4-8 5/15 Houston Baptist W, 11-7 5/16 Houston Baptist W, 6-2 5/20 !Western Kentucky L, 4-14 5/21 !South Alabama W, 13-8 5/22 !at Troy W, 16-1 5/23 !Western Kentucky W, 11-3 5/23 !Western Kentucky W, 4-2 5/24 !Middle Tennessee L, 1-3 * Sun Belt Game ! Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Troy, Ala.)

2/19 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/19

2010 • 17-38 / 7-23 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider at #17 Ole Miss W, 6-5 at #17 Ole Miss L, 0-14 at #17 Ole Miss L, 2-13 at Stephen F. Austin W, 10-0 vs. Northwestern State L, 4-12 at Southern Miss L, 5-14 Miss. Valley State W, 10-2 Miss. Valley State W, 11-0 Miss. Valley State W, 8-4 at #1 LSU L, 7-18 Memphis W, 10-9 *at Middle Tennessee L, 4-5 *at Middle Tennessee W, 8-5 *at Middle Tennessee L, 3-9 at Northwestern State L, 6-8 Southern Miss L, 7-8 *New Orleans W, 6-2

3/20 *New Orleans L, 2-12 3/21 *New Orleans W, 16-15 3/23 at UT Arlington L, 1-13 3/26 *at #22 Western Ky. L, 1-6 3/27 *at #22 Western Ky. L, 0-10 3/27 *at #22 Western Ky. L, 8-10 3/30 at McNeese State L, 1-13 3/31 Grambling State L, 5-15 4/2 Binghamton W, 15-3 4/3 Binghamton W, 5-2 4/4 Binghamton W, 6-2 4/6 Central Arkansas L, 5-15 4/9 *Arkansas State L, 3-15 4/10 *Arkansas State L, 6-10 4/11 *Arkansas State L, 1-8 4/13 at Grambling State W, 19-7 4/16 *at South Alabama L, 4-8 4/17 *at South Alabama L, 8-13 4/18 *at South Alabama W, 17-8 4/24 *Florida Atlantic L, 7-8 4/24 *Florida Atlantic W, 6-5 4/25 *Florida Atlantic L, 1-13 4/28 at Memphis L, 10-11 4/30 *at FIU L, 1-4 5/1 *at FIU L, 3-13 5/2 *at FIU W, 8-7 5/4 at Tulane L, 5-8 5/5 McNeese State L, 8-16 5/7 *Troy W, 7-0 5/8 *Troy L, 3-13 5/9 *Troy L, 2-3 5/14 *at Little Rock L, 1-3 5/15 *at Little Rock L, 6-7 5/16 *at Little Rock L, 3-8 5/18 Northwestern State L, 6-10 5/21 *UL Lafayette L, 5-6 5/21 *UL Lafayette L, 4-10 5/22 *UL Lafayette L, 1-13 * Sun Belt Game 2011 • 24-30 / 9-21 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider 2/18 Texas-San Antonio W, 3-2 2/19 Texas-San Antonio W, 13-8 2/19 Texas-San Antonio L, 2-12 2/20 Texas-San Antonio L, 10-14 2/22 at Southern Miss L, 5-8 2/25 vs. Stephen F. Austin L, 1-7 2/26 vs. New Orleans W, 10-5 2/27 at Northwestern State W, 15-5 3/1 Jackson State W, 8-0 3/6 at Nicholls State W, 4-0 3/6 at Nicholls State L, 5-7 3/11 Southern Utah W, 7-1 3/12 Southern Utah W, 4-3 3/12 Southern Utah W, 17-8 3/13 Southern Utah W, 8-6 3/18 *at UL Lafayette W, 2-1 3/19 *at UL Lafayette W, 6-3 3/20 *at UL Lafayette L, 0-11 3/22 #25 Southern Miss W, 7-2 3/23 Northwestern State L, 3-5 3/25 *at South Alabama W, 8-3 3/26 *at South Alabama L, 5-10 3/27 *at South Alabama L, 3-8 4/1 *FIU L, 3-6 4/2 *FIU W, 4-1 4/3 *FIU L, 0-12 4/6 McNeese State W, 11-6 4/8 *Arkansas State L, 2-13 4/9 *Arkansas State W, 8-7 4/10 *Arkansas State L, 3-13 4/13 at Jackson State L, 6-7 4/15 *at Florida Atlantic L, 1-4

4/16 *at Florida Atlantic L, 3-4 4/17 *at Florida Atlantic L, 1-3 4/19 Mississippi Valley State W, 11-7 4/20 Mississippi Valley State W, 5-4 4/22 *at Middle Tennessee L, 9-15 4/23 *at Middle Tennessee W, 8-3 4/24 *at Middle Tennessee L, 2-6 4/27 at McNeese State W, 5-3 4/29 *Western Kentucky W, 5-4 4/30 *Western Kentucky L, 5-8 5/1 *Western Kentucky L, 5-7 5/6 *at Little Rock L, 3-4 5/7 *at Little Rock L, 6-8 5/8 *at Little Rock L, 1-6 5/10 Central Arkansas L, 3-11 5/13 *Troy L, 3-5 5/14 *Troy W, 4-3 5/15 *Troy L, 4-13 5/17 at Northwestern State L, 5-7 5/19 *UL Lafayette L, 2-6 5/20 *UL Lafayette L, 1-11 5/21 *UL Lafayette W, 4-3 *Sun Belt Game 2012 • 32-30 / 15-15 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider SBC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional 2/18 at Texas-San Antonio L, 6-11 2/19 at Texas-San Antonio W, 7-3 2/19 at Texas-San Antonio W, 7-2 2/21 Tulane W, 9-3 2/22 #22 Southern Miss W, 2-1 2/24 Sam Houston State W, 2-0 2/25 Sam Houston State L, 1-9 2/26 Sam Houston State W, 8-6 2/28 at Stephen F. Austin L, 3-4 3/2 Nicholls State W, 6-1 3/3 Nicholls State L, 6-10 3/4 Nicholls State L, 4-6 3/6 Memphis W, 5-4 3/7 Memphis W, 11-7 3/9 at Tennessee L, 0-4 3/10 at Tennessee W, 8-6 3/11 at Tennessee W, 7-4 3/13 at Tulane W, 5-3 3/16 *UL Lafayette L, 0-5 3/17 *UL Lafayette L, 3-5 3/18 *UL Lafayette W, 7-5 3/23 *South Alabama L, 13-20 3/24 *South Alabama L, 3-11 3/25 *South Alabama L, 1-8 3/27 at Southern Miss L, 5-7 3/30 *at FIU L, 3-4 3/31 *at FIU W, 3-2 4/1 *at FIU L, 6-8 4/6 *at Arkansas State L, 6-7 4/7 *at Arkansas State W, 9-0 4/8 *at Arkansas State W, 10-1 4/10 at #8 Baylor L, 5-7 4/11 at #8 Baylor L, 7-8 4/13 *#28 Florida Atlantic L, 7-9 4/14 *#28 Florida Atlantic W, 13-5 4/15 *#28 Florida Atlantic L, 5-6 4/17 at #28 TCU L, 2-9 4/21 *Middle Tennessee W, 13-0 4/21 *Middle Tennessee L, 2-3 4/22 *Middle Tennessee W, 13-7 4/25 at Northwestern State L, 2-3 4/27 *at Western Kentucky W, 14-6 4/28 *at Western Kentucky L, 6-7 4/29 *at Western Kentucky W, 7-6 5/1 at McNeese State W, 8-6 5/4 *Little Rock L, 5-6

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5/5 *Little Rock W, 7-6 5/6 *Little Rock W, 7-4 5/11 *at Troy L, 4-9 5/12 *at Troy L, 1-5 5/13 *at Troy W, 4-3 5/15 McNeese State L, 2-3 5/17 *at UL Lafayette W, 8-2 5/18 *at UL Lafayette W, 2-1 5/19 *at UL Lafayette W, 17-0 5/23 !vs. South Alabama W, 7-4 5/24 !vs. Florida Atlantic W, 9-7 5/26 !vs. Western Kentucky L, 4-7 5/27 !vs. Arkansas State W, 4-2 6/1 $at #1 LSU L, 1-4 6/2 $vs. Belmont W, 6-3 6/3 $vs. #16 Oregon State L, 2-11 *Sun Belt Game !Sun Belt Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.) $ NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)

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

2013 • 18-36 / 7-23 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider ^Wake Forest W, 9-0 ^Alcorn State W, 12-0 ^Wake Forest L, 4-11 ^Alcorn State W, 7-3 at Sam Houston State W, 2-1 at Sam Houston State L, 2-4 at Sam Houston State L, 3-7 #24 Southern Miss W, 6-5 at Memphis L, 2-4 at Memphis L, 1-3 at Memphis W, 5-3 McNeese State W, 17-8 at Northwestern St. W, 4-2 (10) Northwestern State L, 5-7 Northwestern State L, 3-4 #6 Ole Miss L, 4-10 #6 Ole Miss L, 3-8 *at UL Lafayette L, 2-9 *at UL Lafayette L, 2-5 *at UL Lafayette L, 2-3 at Grambling State L, 0-4 *Troy W, 4-2 *Troy L, 6-10 *Troy L, 0-10 (7) at Northwestern State W, 5-4 *at Little Rock L, 2-3 *at Little Rock L, 3-11 *at Little Rock L, 3-13 (7) Grambling State W, 3-2 (11) *#25 Florida Atlantic L, 6-8 *#25 Florida Atlantic W, 8-5 *#25 Florida Atlantic W, 8-4 at McNeese State L, 2-6 *at FIU W, 7-4 *at FIU L, 4-9 *at FIU L, 7-11 Tulane L, 2-5 *Arkansas State L, 5-7 *Arkansas State L, 2-6 *Arkansas State W, 3-1 Mississippi Valley State W, 9-0 Mississippi Valley State L, 6-11 *South Alabama L, 8-10 *South Alabama L, 6-9 *South Alabama L, 2-7 *at Western Kentucky W, 3-2 *at Western Kentucky L, 2-7 *at Western Kentucky L, 1-9 *at Middle Tennessee W, 11-3 *at Middle Tennessee L, 6-7 *at Middle Tenn. L, 4-5 (10)

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Year-by-Year Results 5/16 *UL Lafayette L, 4-5 (10) 5/17 *UL Lafayette L, 4-13 5/18 *UL Lafayette L, 1-12 (7) ^ULM Baseball Tourn. (Monroe, La.) *Sun Belt Game 2014 • 23-36 / 11-19 SBC Coach: Jeff Schexnaider / Bruce Peddie 2/14 Grand Canyon W, 6-3 2/15 Grand Canyon W, 5-4 2/16 Grand Canyon L, 1-7 2/18 Southern Miss L, 2-14 2/20 ^vs. Western Illinois W, 6-2 2/21 ^at Nicholls State L, 0-3 2/22 ^vs. Western Illinois W, 6-5 (11) 2/25 at #24 Ole Miss L, 4-5 2/26 at #24 Ole Miss L, 3-4 2/28 SE Louisiana L, 4-13 3/1 SE Louisiana W, 6-5 3/2 SE Louisiana W, 3-2 3/5 Michigan State W, 5-1 3/7 at Samford L, 3-9 3/8 at Samford L, 6-9 3/9 at Samford L, 5-6 (10) 3/11 Jackson State L, 6-9 3/12 at Jackson State L, 2-5 3/14 *#6 UL Lafayette L, 1-4 3/15 *#6 UL Lafayette L, 1-14 3/16 *#6 UL Lafayette L, 2-21 3/18 at Southern Miss L, 2-18 3/21 *at Troy W, 7-4 3/22 *at Troy L, 3-4 3/23 *at Troy L, 3-19 3/28 *Little Rock W, 6-4 3/29 *Little Rock W, 11-10 (11) 3/30 *Little Rock W, 16-5 4/1 at #15 Alabama L, 2-3 4/2 Nicholls State W, 9-6 4/4 *UT Arlington L, 8-10 4/5 *UT Arlington L, 1-6 4/5 *UT Arlington W, 7-5 (10) 4/8 Northwestern State L, 6-8 4/9 FIU W, 12-6 4/11 *Texas State L, 5-12 4/12 *Texas State W, 17-12 4/13 *Texas State W, 7-6 4/15 at Northwestern State L, 1-6 4/18 *at Arkansas State L, 4-8 4/19 *at Arkansas State L, 7-11 4/20 *at Arkansas State L, 9-10 4/23 Grambling State W, 3-2 4/25 *at South Alabama L, 4-7 4/26 *at South Alabama L, 5-6 4/27 *at South Alabama W, 8-7 (11) 5/2 *Western Kentucky L, 3-4 (11) 5/3 *Western Kentucky L, 2-11 5/4 *Western Kentucky W, 5-4 5/6 Grambling State W, 6-5 5/9 *Georgia State L, 5-6 5/10 *Georgia State W, 10-6 5/11 *Georgia State W, 11-1 5/15 *at #3 UL Lafayette L, 9-12 5/16 *at #3 UL Lafayette L, 1-9 5/17 *at #3 UL Lafayette L, 5-6 (14) 5/21 !vs. #3 UL Lafayette L, 3-7 5/22 !vs. Western Kentucky W, 8-6 5/23 !vs. Texas State L, 2-4 ^Carmel Inn Showdown (Thibodaux, La.) *Sun Belt Game !Sun Belt Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)

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2015 • 25-29 / 12-18 Coach: Bruce Peddie 2/13 ^Indiana State L, 6-11 2/14 ^Central Arkansas L, 4-10 2/15 ^Grambling State W, 7-3 2/20 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 2/20 Stephen F. Austin W, 10-3 2/22 Stephen F. Austin L, 7-8 2/28 Sam Houston State W, 6-0 2/28 Sam Houston State W, 7-5 3/1 Sam Houston State W, 9-1 3/3 at Northwestern State L, 0-7 3/6 *at Texas State L, 3-4 3/7 *at Texas State L, 1-5 3/7 *at Texas State W, 7-4 3/11 Grambling State W, 11-4 3/14 Mississippi Valley State L, 2-4 3/14 Mississippi Valley State W, 7-0 3/15 Mississippi Valley State W, 11-1 3/17 at Grambling State W, 7-0 3/20 *at Appalachian State L, 0-7 3/21 *at Appalachian State L, 5-7 3/22 *at Appalachian State W, 10-2 3/24 at Southeastern La. L, 6-7 3/27 *South Alabama L, 4-12 3/28 *South Alabama L, 4-9 3/29 *South Alabama W, 4-3 4/1 Louisiana Tech L, 2-3 4/3 *UT Arlington L, 6-10 4/4 *UT Arlington W, 2-1 4/4 *UT Arlington W, 7-5 4/7 McNeese State W, 7-3 4/8 Nicholls State L, 2-3 (10) 4/8 McNeese State W, 4-3 4/10 *at Georgia State L, 6-7 4/11 *at Georgia State L, 3-5 4/12 *at Georgia State L, 0-9 4/15 Northwestern State W, 5-1 4/17 *Arkansas State W, 3-2 4/18 *Arkansas State L, 3-11 4/19 *Arkansas State W, 3-2 4/21 at Southern Miss L, 3-9 4/24 *at Georgia Southern L, 2-4 4/24 *at Georgia Southern L, 3-4 (10) 4/26 *at Georgia Southern W, 11-1 4/29 Nicholls State L, 6-16 5/1 *Troy W, 4-2 5/2 *Troy W, 6-2 5/3 *Troy L, 5-8 5/8 *at Little Rock W, 10-7 5/9 *at Little Rock L, 1-4 5/10 *at Little Rock W, 6-1 5/14 UL Lafayette L, 3-10 5/16 UL Lafayette L, 4-5 5/16 UL Lafayette L, 4-6 ^Warhawk Classic Presented By Fieldhouse Bar & Grill (Monroe, La.) *Sun Belt Game

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All-Time Results Season Coach Won Lost Tied Pct. Conference Won Lost Tied Pct. Place 1952 Woody Boyles 5 3 0 .624 Independent 1953 Woody Boyles 8 4 1 .654 Independent 1954 Woody Boyles 10 9 0 .526 Gulf States 7 5 0 .583 Third 1955 George Luffey 9 8 0 .539 Gulf States 6 6 0 .500 Third (tie) 1956 George Luffey 9 12 0 .428 Gulf States 4 8 0 .333 Sixth 1957 George Luffey 7 9 0 .439 Gulf States 4 9 0 .308 Sixth 1958 George Luffey 12 10 0 .565 Gulf States 8 7 0 .533 Second 1959 George Luffey 15 11 0 .577 Gulf States 8 7 0 .533 Third 1960 George Luffey 10 13 0 .435 Gulf States 5 7 0 .417 Fourth 1961 George Luffey 11 15 0 .423 Gulf States 9 10 0 .474 Fourth 1962 George Luffey 13 19 0 .406 Gulf States 7 11 0 .389 Fifth 1963 George Luffey 13 14 0 .481 Gulf States 8 12 0 .400 Fourth (tie) 1964 George Luffey 17 10 0 .629 Gulf States 13 3 0 .813 First 1965 George Luffey 15 13 1 .535 Gulf States 10 9 1 .525 Third 1966 Bill Dotson 17 9 0 .654 Gulf States 13 9 0 .591 First (tie) 1967 Bill Dotson 23 15 0 .605 Gulf States 12 10 0 .545 Second 1968 Bill Dotson 26 15 1 .631 Gulf States 15 5 0 .750 First 1969 Bill Dotson 25 11 0 .694 Gulf States 16 6 0 .727 First 1970 Bill Dotson 35 19 0 .648 Gulf States 16 6 0 .727 First 1971 Bill Dotson 29 17 1 .628 Gulf States 11 9 0 .550 Second 1972 Bill Dotson 16 26 0 .381 Independent 1973 Terry Murry 7 18 0 .280 Independent 1974 Steve Maddox 6 27 0 .182 NCAA Independent 1975 Chick Childress 13 17 0 .433 NCAA Independent 1976 Lou St. Amant 20 13 0 .606 NCAA Independent 1977 Lou St. Amant 17 24 1 .417 NCAA Independent 1978 Lou St. Amant 20 38 0 .345 NCAA Independent 1979 Lou St. Amant 22 26 0 .458 Atlantic Sun Fourth(tour.) 1980 Lou St. Amant 20 15 0 .571 Atlantic Sun Third (tour.) 1981 Lou St. Amant 33 22 0 .600 Atlantic Sun 6 6 0 .500 Third (tour.) 1982 Lou St. Amant 22 29 1 .433 Atlantic Sun 7 5 0 .583 First (West) (tie) 1983 Lou St. Amant 32 21 0 .604 Southland 11 3 0 .786 First 1984 Lou St. Amant 34 16 0 .680 Southland 10 5 0 .667 Third 1985 Lou St. Amant 26 22 1 .541 Southland 5 8 1 .393 Fifth 1986 Lou St. Amant 25 22 0 .532 Southland 6 12 0 .333 Sixth 1987 Lou St. Amant 24 28 1 .453 Southland 7 8 0 .466 Third 1988 Lou St. Amant 19 26 0 .422 Southland 11 8 0 .579 Second 1989 Lou St. Amant 14 29 0 .326 Southland 6 10 0 .375 Sixth 1990 Lou St. Amant 28 17 0 .622 Southland 10 8 0 .556 Fourth 1991 Lou St. Amant 21 30 0 .412 Southland 6 11 0 .353 Sixth 1992 Lou St. Amant 24 24 0 .500 Southland 9 12 0 .429 Fifth (tie) 1993 Lou St. Amant 13 26 1 .338 Southland 5 18 0 .217 Ninth 1994 Smoke Laval 20 33 0 .377 Southland 6 18 0 .333 Ninth 1995 Smoke Laval 37 20 0 .649 Southland 16 7 0 .696 Third $$ 1996 Smoke Laval 41 19 0 .683 Southland 21 9 0 .700 First 1997 Smoke Laval 33 21 0 .611 Southland 17 11 0 .607 Third 1998 Smoke Laval 33 22 0 .600 Southland 13 9 0 .591 Second 1999 Smoke Laval 36 22 0 .621 Southland 19 7 0 .731 First 2000 Smoke Laval 41 22 0 .651 Southland 20 7 0 .741 First 2001 Brad Holland 36 24 0 .600 Southland 17 10 0 .630 Second 2002 Brad Holland 29 29 0 .500 Southland 17 10 0 .630 First 2003 Brad Holland 29 28 0 .508 Southland 12 14 0 .462 Third 2004 Brad Holland 30 28 0 .526 Southland 12 14 0 .462 Fifth (tie) 2005 Brad Holland 26 29 0 .473 Southland 9 18 0 .333 Ninth 2006 Brad Holland 18 37 0 .327 Southland 12 16 0 .429 Eighth 2007 Jeff Schexnaider 29 28 0 .509 Sun Belt 15 14 0 .517 Third (tie) 2008 Jeff Schexnaider 34 24 0 .586 Sun Belt 20 10 0 .667 First 2009 Jeff Schexnaider 32 27 0 .542 Sun Belt 12 17 0 .414 Seventh (tie) 2010 Jeff Schexnaider 17 38 0 .309 Sun Belt 7 23 0 .233 Tenth 2011 Jeff Schexnaider 24 30 0 .444 Sun Belt 9 21 0 .300 Ninth (tie) 2012 Jeff Schexnaider 32 30 0 .516 Sun Belt 15 15 0 .500 Fourth (tie) $$ 2013 Jeff Schexnaider 18 36 0 .333 Sun Belt 7 23 0 .233 Tenth 2014 Jeff Schexnaider / Bruce Peddie 23 36 0 .390 Sun Belt 11 19 0 .367 Eighth (tie) 2015 Bruce Peddie 25 29 0 .462 Sun Belt 12 18 0 .400 Tenth TOTALS 1,316 1,288 8 .505 544 549 2 .498 Conference Championship Teams in Bold $$ -- Tournament Champion

CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS Year Championship 2012 Sun Belt Conference Tournament Champion 2008 Sun Belt Conference Champion 2002 Southland Conference Champion 2000 Southland Conference Champion 1999 Southland Conference Champion 1996 Southland Conference Champion (Louisiana) 1995 Southland Conference Tournament Champion 1983 Southland Conference Champion 1982 Atlantic Sun Conference (West Division) 1971 NAIA Area 2 Runner-up 1971 NAIA District 30 Champion

Coach Jeff Schexnaider Jeff Schexnaider Brad Holland Smoke Laval Smoke Laval Smoke Laval Smoke Laval Lou St. Amant Lou St. Amant Bill Dotson Bill Dotson

Year Championship 1970 NAIA National Runner-up 1970 NAIA Area 2 Champion 1970 NAIA District 30 Champion 1970 Gulf States Conference Champion 1969 NAIA District 30 Champion 1969 Gulf States Conference Champion 1968 NAIA Area 5 Runner-up 1968 NAIA District 27 Champion 1968 Gulf States Conference Champion 1966 Gulf States Conference Champion 1964 Gulf States Conference Champion

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Coach Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson Bill Dotson George Luffey

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All-Americans Ben Sheets Ben Sheets Matt Green

Baseball America 1997 P 1999 P 2005 P

Greg Cain Brady Bryan Brady Bryan

CoSIDA Academic 1983 3B First Team 1989 OF First Team 1990 OF Second Team

Freshman First Team Third Team

Collegiate Baseball / Louisville Slugger Corey Artieta 1996 P Freshman Willie Core 1998 DH/3B Freshman Kenny Holubec 1998 P Freshman Corey Taylor 1998 OF Third Team Ben Sheets 1999 P First Team Mike Wombacher 2000 UT Third Team Kenny Holubec 2000 P Third Team Jay Aulds 2001 C Freshman Lee Graves 2001 P Freshman Willie Core 2001 DH/3B Third Team Matt Green 2005 P Third Team Ben Soignier 2006 SS/P Freshman Ben Soignier 2008 SS Third Team Charley Dykes Marvin Brosset Marvin Brosset Larry Turner Tom Brown Matt Green

NAIA 1964 1966 1968 1970 1971

3B OF OF OF P

NCBW Association 2005 P

Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team

Ping!Baseball 2008 SS 2009 SS 2010 UT

Jay Aulds

Marvin Brosset

Tom Brown

Brady Bryan

Greg Cain

Willie Core

Charley Dykes

Judd Edwards

Lee Graves

Matt Green

Kenny Holubec

D.J. Loland

Ben Sheets

Ben Soignier

Corey Taylor

Larry Turner

Mike Wombacher

Third Team

American Baseball Coaches Association D.J. Loland 1997 P Third Team Ben Sheets 1999 P First Team Kenny Holubec 2000 P Second Team Mike Wombacher 2000 UT Third Team Willie Core 2001 DH/3B Second Team Matt Green 2005 P Third Team Ben Soignier Ben Soignier Judd Edwards

Corey Artieta

Second Team Third Team Freshman

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Louisiana Sports Writers Association Ben Sheets 1999 Player Terry Mathews 1984 Player Sun Belt Conference Jeremy Sy 2012 Boomer Blanchard 2009

Player Newcomer

Southland Conference Ben Soignier 2006 Freshman Matt Green 2005 Pitcher Willie Core 2001 Player / Hitter Mike Wombacher 2000 Player Ben Sheets 1999 Player Tommy Lewis 1997 Player / Hitter Shannon Cooley 1996 Player Ben Mann 1996 Pitcher Terry Mathews 1984 Freshman Gulf States Conference Tom Brown 1971 Mike Thompson 1970 Tom Brown 1969 Larry Turner 1969 Wayne Burney 1968

2010 Ping!Baseball Freshman All-American Judd Edwards

2005 Baseball America All-American Matt Green

Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Player Player 2006, 08 Collegiate Baseball / 2009 Ping!Baseball All-American Ben Soignier

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Postseason Honors

All-Sun Belt 2014

Anthony Herrera (2nd) Keelin Rasch (2nd)

2012

Jeremy Sy (1st) Joey Rapp (2nd) Randy Zeigler (2nd)

2011

Joey Rapp, 1B (1st)

2009

Ben Soignier, SS (1st) Boomer Blanchard, 2B (2nd) Jon Prevost, OF (2nd)

2008

Dexter Fontenot, OF (1st) Ben Soignier, SS (1st) Ryan McMillan, UT (2nd) Kyle Suire, 2B (2nd)

All-Southland 2006

Ben Soignier, SS (1st) Josh Morrison, C (HM) Andy Jones, OF (HM) James Stephens, P (HM)

2005

Matt Green, P (1st) James Bennett, OF (2nd) Daniel Raymond, 1B (HM)

2004

Ben Jones, 1B (1st) Justin LaBorde, OF (2nd) Jay Aulds, C (3rd) Ty Rollinson, 2B (3rd)

2003

Ben Jones, 1B (1st) Joey Wolfe, C (1st) Andy Chance, OF (2nd) Caleb McConnell, P (2nd) Jack Skaggs, 2B (HM) Jared Doty, OF (HM) Ryan Schwabe, P (HM)

2002

Jaime Estrada, OF (2nd) Joey Wolfe, C (2nd) Jason Lind, P (HM)

2001

Willie Core, 3B (1st) Aaron Dobbins, P, (1st) Jaime Estrada, OF (2nd) Scott Cadwallader, OF (2nd) Jesse Hoorelbeke, 1st (3rd) Jason Lind, DH (HM) Brian Schriner, P (HM)

2000

Ted White, C (1st) Scott Cadwallader, OF (1st) Kenny Holubec, P (1st) Willie Core, 3B (2nd) Todd Self, OF (2nd) Mike Wombacher, DH/P (2nd) Toby Childers, OF (3rd)

1999

Ben Sheets, P (1st) Jason Wolfe, OF (1st) Nick Frank, 3B (2nd) Ted White, C (HM) Bryan Zander, 2B (HM) Jason Shelley, SS (HM) Josh LaRue, 1B (HM)

1998

Ben Sheets, P (1st) Corey Taylor, OF (1st) Bryan Zander, 2B (2nd) Justin Lewis, OF (2nd) Willie Core, DH (HM) Jason Wolfe, OF (HM) Nick Frank, 3B (HM)

1997

Tommy Lewis, OF (1st) Corey Taylor, OF (1st) Andy Russell, 1B (2nd) Bryan Zander, 2B (2nd) Darrin Futch, 3B (2nd) Michael Harvey, C (2nd) D.J. Loland, P (2nd) Mike Thompson, DH (HM)

1996

Brian Keswick, 3B (1st)

Shannon Cooley, OF (1st) Michael Harvey, C (1st) Ben Mann, P (1st) Andy Weaver, P (1st) Cris Coffield, OF (2nd) Corey Taylor, DH (2nd) Brian Carter, P (2nd)

1995

Cris Coffield, OF (2nd) Brian Carter, P (2nd) Stacey Wilcox, 2B (HM) Denny Bair, P (HM)

1994

Jason Bradburn, DH (2nd) Richard Campbell, P (HM)

1993

Christian McCarter, OF (2nd)

1992

Chad Olinde, IF (HM)

1991

Harold Henry, OF (1st) Andy Davis, DH (1st) Tim Fiene, SS (HM)

1990

Harold Henry , OF (1st) Brady Bryan, OF (2nd) Tim Fiene, SS (HM) Billy Jersey, 3B (HM)

1989

Andy Davis, 1B (2nd)

1988

Todd Arcement, SS (2nd)

1987

Terry Mathews, 1B (1st)

1986

Joe Sims, OF (1st) Terry Mathews, 1B (2nd)

1985

Joe Sims, OF (1st) Todd Saterfield, C (2nd) Terry Mathews, 1B (HM)

1984

Frank Tornabene, OF (1st) Terry Mathews, 1B (2nd) Brian LaBlanc , SS (2nd) Bob Carlson, DH (HM) Darren Mazeroski, 2B (HM) Mitch Thomas, P (HM)

1983

Greg Cain, 3B (1st) Frank Tornabene, OF (1st) Brian LaBlanc, SS (2nd) John Schuessler, OF (HM)

All-Atlantic Sun 1982

Mark Wisniewski, P (1st) Larry Anthony, 2B (HM) Brian LaBlanc, SS (HM) Mike Reynolds, OF (HM)

1981

Jay Branham, 1B (1st) Larry Anthony, 2B (HM) Frank Scelfo, C (HM) Mike Reynolds, OF (HM) Mike Sharp, P (HM)

All-Gulf States 1971

Tom Brown, P (1st) David Harrell, OF (1st)

1970

Mike Thompson, P (1st) Kenny Roussel, P (1st) Wayne Burney, 1B (1st) Larry Turner, OF (1st) Barry Amedee, 3B (1st)

1969 1968

Wayne Burney, 1B (1st) Larry Turner, OF (1st) Tom Brown, P (1st) Kenny Roussel, P (1st) Wayne Burney, 1B (1st) Joe Canal, SS (1st) Marvin Brosset, OF (1st) Tom Brown, P (1st) Kenny Roussel, P (1st)

1967

Joe Canal, SS (1st) Marvin Brosset, OF (1st) David Davis, P (1st)

1966

Eddie Kincaid, C (1st) Marvin Brosset, 1B (1st) Joe Canal, 2B (1st) Billy McCullar, IF (1st) John Hall, OF (1st) David Davis, P (2nd) Mike Vining, P (2nd) Alton Thomas, OF (2nd)

1965

Eddie Kincaid, C (1st) Joe Canal, 2B (1st) Alton Thomas, OF (2nd)

1964

Eddie Kincaid, C (1st) Joey McGinn, 2B (1st) Charley Dykes, 3B (1st) David Worthington, SS (1st) John Peace, OF (1st) Floyd Murry, P (1st)

1963

Eddie Kincaid, C (1st) Alton Thomas, OF (1st) John Hall, OF (1st) Ed Quimby, P (1st)

1962

Eddie McGowen, 2B (1st) Phil Petras, SS (1st) Bob Rachal, P (1st)

1961

George Bryan, 1B (1st) Phil Petras, SS (1st)

1960

John O’Connor, C (1st) Phil Petras, SS (1st)

1959

John O’Connor, C (1st)

1958

Gary Huckabay, 3B (1st) Ike McCullen, OF (1st) James Mock, OF (1st)

1957

Gary Huckabay, 3B (1st)

1955

Tommy Leos, OF (1st) Bo Laird, P (1st)

1954

J. B. Nolen, OF (1st) Delmer Thompson, UT (1st) Joe Jordan, P (1st)

All-Tournament NCAA Regional 2012

Judd Edwards, 3B Joey Rapp, 1B

2000

Willie Core, 3B Kenny Holubec, P Ted White, C

1995

Shannon Cooley, OF

Sun Belt Conference 2014

Ross Moore, 1B

1999 1998

Ben Sheets, P Jason Wolfe, OF Corey Artieta, DH Corey Taylor, OF

1996

Shannon Cooley, OF

1995

*Stacey Wilcox, 2B Andy Russell, 1B Tommy Lewis, OF Denny Bair, P

Pelican Cup 1984

*Chuck Finley, P

Atlantic Sun Conference 1982 Scott Stone, DH 1981

Frank Scelfo, C David Klick, OF

NAIA World Series 1970

Larry Turner, OF David Harrel, OF John Holleman, C Van Pardue, P Mike Thompson, P

Gulf States Conference 1969

Tom Brown, P

*Denotes Tournament MVP

Rawlings Gold Glove 2011

Caleb Clowers, 2B

ABCA All-Region 2009

Ben Soignier, SS

2008

Dexter Fontenot, OF Ben Soignier, SS Kyle Suire, 2B

2005

Matt Green, P

2001

Willie Core, 3B Aaron Dobbins, P

2000

Kenny Holubec, P Todd Self, OF Mike Wombacher, DH

1999

Ben Sheets, P Jason Wolfe, OF

1998

Corey Taylor, OF

1997

D.J. Loland, P Tommy Lewis, OF Corey Taylor, OF

1996

Shannon Cooley, OF

2012

*Wil Browning, P Caleb Clowers, 2B Judd Edwards, 3B

2009

Corey Brown, P Perry Smith, OF Ben Soignier, SS/P

2008

Ben Soignier, SS

1999

Smoke Laval, Southland

Southland Conference 2004 Ty Rollinson, 2B Lane LaBorde, 3B Glenn Jackson, OF 2003 Joey Wolfe, C Jack Skaggs, 2B Al Hayward, OF 2001 Scott Cadwallader, OF 2000 Willie Core, 3B Mike Wombacher, DH *Shane Webb, SS

1995

Smoke Laval, Louisiana

1983

Lou St. Amant, Southland Lou St. Amant, Louisiana

1970

Bill Dotson, NAIA District 30

1969

Bill Dotson, Gulf States

1968

Bill Dotson, Gulf States

1966

Bill Dotson, Gulf States

1964

George Luffey, Gulf States

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The University of Louisiana Monroe has a history almost as rich and beautiful as the bayou that winds through its 238-acre campus. From its inception, it was constructed with one goal in mind – to serve the educational needs and desires of the people of northeast Louisiana. To that end, ULM has served the region exceptionally well for more than 80 years, and is positioned to continue a strong tradition of excellence far into the future.


ULM POINTS OF PRIDE Under the direction of President Dr. Nick J. Bruno, the University of Louisiana Monroe strives to ensure that students, faculty and staff are given the best opportunity to succeed. Success is achieved through the dedication of ULM’s faculty and staff to nurture the career development, societal awareness and lifelong learning process of each student. Dr. Bruno is proud to share the numerous ways in which the university and those who make ULM a premier and desired institution for higher education have—and are—impacting the world. RESEARCH AND PARTNERSHIPS • The School of Construction Management receives a state-ofthe-art structural steel teaching sculpture donated on behalf of a group of alumni and local businesses. The 10-foot-tall structure advances students’ knowledge about the engineering and construction applications of structural steel members and connections. • Entergy, an integrated energy company serving over 2.8 million customers in four states, donates $2,500 to ULM’s Mobile Dental Hygiene Unit. The donation marks Entergy’s sixth contribution since 2012—for a grand total of $14,500. • The ULM Museum of Natural History receives a National Science Foundation grant totaling $83,000 as part of an effort to catalog and unite 233 herbaria—a collection of preserved plant specimens— in the southeastern United States. • ULM’s Northeast Louisiana Business and Community Development Center Incubator receives a $25,000 grant from the Louisiana Business Incubation Association and Louisiana Economic Development enabling the expansion of the existing incubator space, allowing additional business owners to become tenants. • ULM and Louisiana Delta Community College (LDCC) embark on two collaborative agreements. The first allows LDCC Associate of Science– Biological Sciences program graduates to transfer to ULM’s Medical Laboratory Science program, and the second allows LDCC Associate of Applied Science program graduates to transfer to ULM’s Business Administration in General Business program. • ULM awards The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation with the Hall of Distinction Award, which is the university’s highest donor recognition honor. The foundation has been a part of the ULM family for more than 42 years, providing over $1.8 million in scholarships to female students in healthcare related majors. The Ouachita Parish Women’s Republican Club donates $60,000 to establish a First Generation Undergraduate Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship will serve students who are the first of their immediate family to obtain a college degree.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE • ULM is named a Tier One university in the South and the number 39 public university in the South by U.S. News and World Report. • TopMastersInEducation.com names three ULM online education programs as Best Online Values. Curriculum and instruction, teaching, and educational leadership are number six, nine, and 11 in the nation, respectively. • eULM—ULM’s online platform— is the number 12 online graduate school in the nation according to GraduatePrograms. com. • U.S News and World Report ranks ULM’s online MBA as the number 57 program in the nation out of 200 programs on the list. FACILITIES • ULM’s Sandel Hall—slated to open in spring 2016—is the university’s one-stop-shop for incoming students. The facility will house each aspect of enrollment services and a state-of-theart biology lab. • ULM breaks ground on a new end zone facility at JPS Field at Malone Stadium. Phase one of the $4 million facility is slated for completion in 2016. • ULM’s International Student Center is now open and serves as a base camp for arriving international students. The facility is funded by a $1 million donation from ULM alum, Eric Liew and his wife, Linda. • ULM breaks ground on a $3 million Doppler radar. Funded by Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the system will connect to the National Weather Service (NWS) and will supply continuous live weather feeds to emergency centers. • ULM breaks ground on new Water Ski team facility. The facility will feature storage, restrooms and showers, and a boat dock and lift. The team previously operated out of a small storage shed, which was damaged by severe weather in October 2014. STUDENT SUCCESS • ULM’s Water Ski Team wins their 26th national championship title at the 36th Collegiate Water Ski National Championship. • ULM Cheer brings home a fourth place national ranking from the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) National Competition. • ULM’s men’s basketball earns three consecutive Team Academic awards from the Sun Belt Conference for its outstanding achievement in the classroom.


ULM POINTS OF PRIDE • ULM fishing duo Brian Eaton and Tyler Craig break the FLW College Fishing weight record and win the FLW College Fishing Southern Conference Opener. • The ULM student newspaper—The Hawkeye—stuns at national competition, winning three, top-three College Media Association awards, including first place for “Best Radio Promo” in the country. FACULTY AND STAFF EXCELLENCE • ULM pharmacy professors Dr. Khalid El Sayed and Dr. Paul W. Sylvester earn the university’s first-ever international patent for natural Vitamin E compounds with enhanced anticancer activity. The compound serves to fight against breast cancer and several other malignancies including ovarian cancer, colon cancer, melanoma, brain cancers, and leukemia. • Dr. Pamela Saulsberry wins the Linda Christmas Service Award. The award is presented to those who show excellence in child advocacy. • Dr. Derle Long is named the Edmund Williamson Artist of the Year. The award is presented to artists who have shown excellence in their discipline and have enriched the arts community through their art form. • ULM Athletic Director (AD), Dr. Brian Wickstrom, is named one of the top-10 fundraising ADs in college athletics by CollegeAD—a news and resource service for college athletic programs. • Dr. Joni Noble earns a spot in the international Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition in London—the world’s oldest opensubmission art exhibition. ALUMNI ACHIEVEMENTS • Bonnie Baxter (B.A. ’02, M.A.T ’04) is the 2015 World Language Louisiana Teacher of the Year. • The Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants’ (LCPA) awards John Cameron (BBA ’79) with the 2014 Distinguished Public Service Award for public service leadership, impact, involvement and innovation. • David Turrentine (B.S. ’67) donates $60,000 to the ULM College of Business and Social Sciences to establish the David and Sharon Turrentine Endowed Professorship. • Gary McCrory, (B.S. ’77) is president-elect of the 2015 International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) Board of Directors, representing more than 4,000 pharmacists, technicians, students, and members of the compounding community who focus upon the specialty practice of pharmacy compounding.


THIS IS OUACHITA PARISH

Welcome to Our Neighborhood. Ouachita Parish offers a great combination of southern charm with a small town feel, urban amenities and suburban comforts. Located on the banks of the Ouachita River in Northeast Louisiana at the crossroads of Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 165, the area has a mild climate, friendly neighbors and a host of recreational opportunities. Residents enjoy the unsurpassed beauty of the region, cultural diversity and a nurturing environment. The new Monroe Regional Airport is the gateway to the region with air service to Dallas, Houston and Atlanta. In addition, Ouachita Parish is home to the new Greater Ouachita Parish Port, an inland container port that connects Ouachita Parish industry with the world.

The Monroe community is linked with some of the biggest names in business. Delta Airlines and Coca Cola trace their beginnings to Monroe and CenturyLink, the nation’s third largest telecommunications provider, is headquartered in Monroe. In addition, national corporations like Graphic Packaging, Dow Chemical, JP Morgan Chase and Con Agra Lamb Weston have a presence in the region. Thanks to these industry giants and their many suppliers, the region provides abundant career opportunities for ULM graduates and area residents. Monroe is home to the University of Louisiana Monroe, which offers exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs and has an enrollment of 8,560 students. The region is also home

to Louisiana Delta Community College. For younger students, there are several outstanding public and private schools in the region. Monroe and West Monroe serve as the medical hub for Northeast Louisiana with three medical centers, three specialty hospitals, a cancer treatment center, and a wide array of medical specialists. Ouachita Parish is also the retail hub for the region boasting the largest shopping mall (Pecanland Mall) in Northeast Louisiana. Shoppers will also discover unique shops, charming antique stores


THIS IS OUACHITA PARISH and the new RiverMarket in downtown Monroe. The region features superb local restaurants, like Warehouse #1, Cotton, Sage and The Waterfront, along with familiar favorites like The Olive Garden, Outback, Applebee’s, Red Lobster and Logan’s. The Ouachita Parish area provides a wealth of recreational opportunities. Whether leisurely boating down the Ouachita River, bicycling through beautiful parks or hunting for bargains at unique shops or meandering through the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, Monroe is the perfect setting. Outdoor activities are possible year round with winter months considerably milder here than in the north. The area has some of the best hunting and fishing in the south and numerous opportunities to watch college and high school athletic events throughout the year. For golfers, the region provides outstanding public and private courses. These outdoor offerings are supplemented by numerous indoor activities, like shopping, visiting museums, attending the theatre and listening to excellent musicians.

Ouachita Parish has so much to offer visitors and new residents, but our greatest asset is our people who are warm, friendly and welcoming. We invite you to come and experience Ouachita Parish with its graceful southern charm. You will discover that this is the perfect place to live, work and raise a family. ACCOMMODATIONS Monroe-West Monroe has more than 2000 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous facilities throughout the region. Among the major hotels in the region are: The Courtyard by Marriott, TownePlace Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Clarion Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Residence Inn, The Atrium, Wingate Inn, Super 8, Motel 6 and several others.

For festival goers the region offers a plethora of opportunities. Ouachita Parish is home to Delta Fest, The Celtic Fest and Christmas on the River. There are even more annual festivals to be found throughout the Northeast Louisiana Region.

HELPFUL WEBSITES: www.monroe.org www.monroe-westmonroe.org www.ci.monroe.la.us.


THE COLLEGES OF ULM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Art Atmospheric Sciences Biology Chemistry Communication Studies Criminal Justice Dance English Foreign Languages General Studies Geosciences Gerontology History Mass Communication Mathematics & Physics Military Science Music Political Science Social Work Sociology Theatre Visual & Performing Arts

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Agribusiness Aviation Management Computer Information Systems Computer Science Construction Management Finance General Business Management Marketing Risk Management & Insurance

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Curriculum & Instruction Educational Leadership & Counseling Kinesiology Office of Field Experiences Psychology COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Toxicology Pharmacy COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Dental Hygiene Health Studies Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Occupational Therapy Radiologic Technology Speech Language Pathology

GRADUATE PROGRAMS DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Curriculum and Instruction DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING Elementary Education Alternative Certification (1-5) Special Education Alternative Certification (6-12) Special Education Alternatice Certification Mild/Moderate (1-12) Multiple Levels (K-12) MASTER OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Adminstration

MASTER OF ARTS Mass Communications Communication Studies Criminal Justice English Long-Term Care Adminstration Program Administration Aging Studies History Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF EDUCATION Early Child Education Elementary Education Instruc Techn Faci Middle School Education Reading Secondary Education Special Education Educational Technology Leadership Educational Leadership MASTER OF SCIENCE Clinical Mental Health Counseling Biology Speech-Language Pathology Exercise Science Psychology NONDEGREE / CERTIFICATE PROGRAM NDGR Nondegree PLUS + 30 GERT Gerontology (Certificate Only) TCER Teacher (Cerificate Only) ACER Adminstrative Certification


SUN BELT CONFERENCE Is the Sun Belt Conference a modern-day fixture among the decisionmakers in the ever-changing world of college athletics? Or is the league a long-time innovator, responsible for advancements in many sports that we now take for granted? Is the Sun Belt home of an alumni base that includes national and international leaders in the areas of government, business and entertainment as well as athletics? Or is the conference one that has established itself as a national contender in a variety of sports, and one that continues to evolve in ways that directly benefit its institutions and more importantly its studentathletes? The answer is yes, yes, yes and yes. The Sun Belt Conference’s “Together We Rise” motto isn’t just hyperbole. It’s proven fact on many different levels, not the least being its place in the hierarchy of collegiate athletics. As the league prepares to celebrate four decades since its founding in 1976, the Sun Belt occupies a “seat at the table” as a permanent part of the NCAA’s 24-member Board of Directors. That alone insures that the conference has a voice in determining the future as college sports continues to change and evolve. Changing and evolving have been hallmarks of the league since its existence. College basketball might be a shadow of its current self had the Sun Belt not led the way in the establishment of the shot clock. The conference also wrote history at the start of the century when it inaugurated football as a league sport – becoming the first alreadyexisting Division I conference to take such action. The Sun Belt was originally founded to give home to some of the nation’s premier mid-major basketball teams, and the league’s history is dotted with success in many different men’s and women’s sports through its history. But when the desire for a higher national profile and the desire of its membership brought about football sponsorship in 2001, the conference was figuratively reborn, and now stands as one of the 10 premier college football leagues in the country. And, with the recent debut of the College Football Playoff, the Sun Belt is guaranteed universal access based strictly on performance. A worthy football team in the Sun Belt can be in the national championship picture, and the league is a permanent part of the “Group of Five” conferences (joining the American Athletic Conference, the Mountain West Conference, the Mid-American Conference and Conference USA) that will send its highest-rated champion to a premier Jan. 1 bowl game. In only 15 years of football, the Sun Belt has earned ties to no fewer than seven bowl games. In addition to the potential of the College Football Playoff, the league has guaranteed spots in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, the GoDaddy Bowl, the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl and the new Cure Bowl for bowl-eligible teams each and every season. Beginning in 2016, the Sun Belt will also be part of a conference rotation that will send teams to the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl and the Miami Beach Bowl. No football conference in history has ever boasted as many bowl relationships in its first two decades of existence, but such breakthroughs have been the rule rather than the exception for a league that continues to exceed expectations. Just in the last three seasons, league members have recorded 52 non-conference wins including a record 21 victories outside the league in 2013. The Sun Belt also has a winning record over its fellow “Group of Five” conferences over the past two seasons, and has claimed three bowl victories in those two years. Gridiron success has grown in the league for several years, but success can also happen overnight. New league member Georgia Southern claimed the Sun Belt football title in its first year in the conference last fall. Appalachian State, another league newbie, rattled off six consecutive wins to close the 2014 football season and finish with a winning 7-5 record. Texas State has finished its two football seasons in in the conference as a bowl eligible team, going 6-6 in its inaugural Sun Belt campaign and then 7-5 this past season. Football, though, is by no means the only hallmark of success for the

league. Just this past season, Georgia State knocked off third-seeded Baylor in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and Little Rock defeated sixth-seeded Texas A&M in the women’s NCAA tournament . With the league’s postseason tournaments headed back to the conference’s home city, the “Big Easy” of New Orleans, and a plethora of standouts returning for this season, the league is poised for another successful hoops season. Baseball and softball continue to put the league in the national spotlight during the spring season, with deep runs into postseason play and high visibility in the national polls becoming a tradition. UL Lafayette’s baseball team was the nation’s No. 1 team in the final third of the 2014 season and has reached the NCAA Super Regional round each of the past two years, while the UL Lafayette softball team has advanced to the Super Regional three straight years including a trip to the 2014 College World Series. Many league sports have made statements on the national level, and that is a tribute to the university and athletic administrators that serve both the league institutions and the student-athletes at each school. That this level of success comes at a time of sweeping change in collegiate athletics adds even more to these accomplishments. With those changes, opportunities for student-athletes to succeed both on and off the field have never been greater, and the Sun Belt is well positioned in the areas of scholarship, student welfare and academic success. During the 2014-15 academic year alone, Sun Belt member institutions awarded nearly $50 million in scholarship funds to over 3,084 student-athletes while also contributing over $2 million from the Student Assistance Fund (SAF) to over 1,779 student-athletes. The league and its institutions rewrite the Sun Belt’s record book each year in grade-point averages and academic honors, and member schools’ success in the NCAA’s APR rankings provide even more proof of the league’s academic commitment. In 2015, the conference doubled the number of teams that received NCAA Public Recognition Awards, given to teams that post APR scores in the top 10 percent of their sport, as 14 teams were among the national honorees compared to seven in 2014. “We have never been as strong as we are now academically and financially, and I believe we are getting stronger all the time athletically,” said former Sun Belt Conference president and Troy University chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. recently. “I truly believe the best is yet to come.” The strength of any league lies in its membership, with the Sun Belt’s 11-school football membership including Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Idaho, UL Lafayette, UL Monroe, New Mexico State, South Alabama, Texas State and Troy. Little Rock and UT Arlington compete in all sports as non-football members while Idaho and New Mexico State are football-only members. Those members give the Sun Belt a mix of the “old” and the “new”, with many long-time Sun Belt institutions continuing to have success and a solid corps of conference newcomers ready to make their marks on the league and national levels. The varied campuses and locations reflect another league strength – its diversity. The mix of regions and regional cultures provide a rare opportunity for the league’s student-athletes to experience many environments. But those same student-athletes can also experience that without leaving their own campuses. For every All-Pro linebacker DeMacus Ware (Troy) and Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Charles Tillman (UL Lafayette), and for every World Series MVP David Freese (South Alabama) coming from Sun Belt campuses, there are also U.S. presidents (Lyndon Johnson, Texas State), business icons (Chick-fil-a president Daniel Cathy, Georgia Southern), nationally-known entertainers (Tim McGraw, UL Monroe, and Ludacris, Georgia State), and there is royalty (Miss America Debbye Turner, Arkansas State). These proud alumni, as well as the thousands of student-athletes and staff members at all of its institutions, are proof that the Sun Belt Conference continues to gain stature and provide the promise of future success with every sunrise. “Together We Rise” has never been more appropriate.

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ACADEMIC SUCCESS

The ULM softball program took home the Warhawk Cup for the first time since the awards’ inception.

ULM soccer’s Antonia Land earned the most improved GPA award at the 2015 Maroon and Gold Banquet.

Ross Moore of ULM baseball earned the honor of top male GPA at the 2015 Maroon and Gold Banquet. He is the third-straight baseball player to earn top male GPA honors (Stephen Lukinovich, 2013; Chad Miller, 2014).

The ULM women’s tennis team claimed the team GPA award as the program posted a team GPA of 3.584 during the 2014 calendar year (spring, summer and fall terms).

In all, a total of 130 ULM student-athletes were honored for posting a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher at the conclusion of the fall 2014 term.

Mackenzie Miller of ULM softball earned the honor of top female GPA at the 2015 Maroon and Gold Banquet. It was the second consecutive year that Miller was honored with the top female GPA award.

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ACADEMIC SUCCESS The ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas:

ULM STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES STAFF

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching support staff, competitive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups and administrative support. CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school and internships. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling and fiscal responsibility. SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training and citizenship.

DR. KATHY PARKER Coordinator of Academic Counseling

DR. JANELLE BRIGGS Academic Counselor

KEENEN MADDOX Academic Counselor

ALYCIA VARYTIMIDIS Academic Counselor


STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

BEN JACOBS

Director of Strength & Conditioning

DEREK HALL

Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant

TRAVIS NICHOLS

Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant

KYLE VAGHER

Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant

The ULM Strength and Conditioning Department is built around enhancing our athlete’s ability to perform both physically and mentally, on and off the field of play. Physically our objective is to prepare our athletes to compete at a championship level and to prevent injury on and off the field. This is attained by training at a maximal level and incorporating both sport specific and position specific exercises in the weight room and on the field. Our various “prehab” techniques and close partnership with the Athletic Training Department allows us to keep our athletes safe and prevent injury before it occurs. Mentally our objective is to prepare our athletes for the rigors and demands of competition on the field and in life. We look to enhance our athletes’ ability to maintain a high level of focus, maturity, discipline, responsibility, accountability, loyalty, and competitiveness. The ULM Strength and Conditioning Program adheres to and supports all aspects of the NCAA and the Sun Belt Conference.


ATHLETIC TRAINING

J.D. DUNAVANT

Head Athletic Trainer

JULIE BEVERIDGE Graduate Assistant

AMBER EDWARDS Graduate Assistant

JEREMY TEBLUM

MITA PATEL

Assistant Athletic Trainer

RAIELLE NOVICK Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

BRIAN PASHKEVICH Graduate Assistant

JACOB VAUGHAN Graduate Assistant

ABBY WALDO

Graduate Assistant

It is the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to provide reasonable medical coverage for all studentathletes who compete in intercollegiate athletics at ULM. In addition to providing medical coverage for studentathletes, it is also the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to facilitate educational development of the athletic training students through clinical instruction.


ATHLETIC TRAINING


WE ARE THE WARHAWKS THE RISE OF THE WARHAWKS Moving into the Sun Belt Conference in the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. Unique to the program, ULM’s Warhawk moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the red-shouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ landed. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, WARHAWK I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Warhawk II now resides at the zoo. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk II have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo rally fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe and West Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans. The Ace’s Kids Club is a special membership group for Warhawk fans age 12 and younger. One-year memberships are available and members receive season tickets to all home Warhawk athletic events, an Ace’s Kids Club t-shirt, membership card and invitations to exclusive events.


ULM TRADITION The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles 14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed all-sports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball. Baseball again won a conference title, this time a tournament crown in 2012, and the club reached the postseason (NCAA Baton Rouge Regional).

ALL-TIME CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS MEN Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) 2012: Baseball (tournament) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Tennis 1980-81: Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

All-American Eun Jung Lee-Ok, now associate head coach for the women’s basketball team, led her squad to the 1985 Final Four

The 1987 football team celebrated a Division I-AA National Championship in Pocatello, Idaho

Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Outdoor Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball


RETIRED JERSEYS

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E.J. (Lee) Ok

E.J. (Lee) Ok is one of the most decorated players in ULM history. She is the career program leader in assists and free throws while ranking second in field goals and points. Ok earned numerous accolades during her career and she and her teammates reached the NCAA tournament in 1983-84 and 1984-85. The 1984-85 squad reached the Final Four before bowing out to Old Dominion in the national semifinals. The squad finished with a final ranking of No. 2 in the final Associated Press Poll that season. Ok is a member of the ULM Hall of Fame as well as the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the Southland Conference Hall of Fame.

8

Tom Brown

Tom Brown was one of the most complete pitchers in ULM history. He sits at the top of the record books in career wins as he posted 35 during his four seasons in Monroe. He also owns the program’s top spots in earned run average, innings pitched and shutouts. Brown finished his career allowing just 45 earned runs in 345.1 innings pitched for a 1.43 ERA. Brown ranks second with 319 career punchouts and his mark stood for 29 years until Kenny Holubec tallied 321 from 1998-2000). He also ranks third in career win percentage as he finished with a .729 win percentage after a 35-13 record. Brown also finds his name throughout the single-season baseball record books as well. Brown was the first ULM baseball player to be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame as he was one of five inductees in the 1980 Hall of Fame Class.

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Stan Humphries

Stan Humphries quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in the four playoff wins. He was a first team All-American and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. Humphries finished his two-year career with 4,395 pass yard and 29 touchdowns. He played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins. He also led the San Diego Chargers to the franchise’s first and only Super Bowl appearance in 1995.

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Glynn Saulters

Glynn Saulters was one of the most prolific scorers in ULM history, netting 2,134 points from 1965-68. Saulters registered over 30 points on 21 different occasions, including the highest scoring game in school history -- 51 points against Nicholls State during the 196768 season. A two-time All-American, Saulters also ranks in the top five in school history in scoring average (23.5 ppg) and free-throw percentage (.826). He earned Gulf States Player of the Year honors in both the 1966-67 and 1967-68 seasons. Following his ULM career, Saulters helped the U.S. National Team to the gold medal at the 1968 Olympics. He also played one season with the New Orleans Buccaneers of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Saulters is a member of the ULM Athletics Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

These eight ULM greats are the only athletes to have their numbers retired in the over 80 years of the university.


RETIRED JERSEYS

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Ben Sheets

Ben Sheets was a consensus AllAmerican for ULM in 1999, helping the Warhawk baseball team to the regular season Southland Conference title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Sheets finished the season 14-1 with a 3.11 ERA and 158 strikeouts in 115.2 innings of work. He was the No. 10 overall pick by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1999 MLB Draft, and he went on to help the United States to the gold medal during the 2000 Olympics. Sheets made four All-Star games in eight seasons with Brewers and was the NL starter during the 2008 game played at historic Yankee Stadium.

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Lou St. Amant

Lou St. Amant guided the Warhawk baseball team for 18 seasons and became the all-time winningest baseball coach in school history with 414 victories. His teams won the Atlantic Sun Conference title in 1982 and the Southland Conference crown in 1983 when he was named Coach of the Year. He also served as assistant coach for ULM teams that won conference titles in 1968, 1969 and 1970. The 1970 team went on to the finals of the NAIA national championship tournament. Since retiring, St. Amant has worked as the radio color commentator for ULM football, basketball and baseball games.

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Chuck Finley

Chuck Finley is best known for his stellar MLB career with the California Angels, Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Cardinals which spanned 18 seasons. Finley became the Angel’s all-time wins leader with 165 during 14 seasons with the club. He is also the only pitcher in MLB history to strike out four batters in an inning more than once. Finley made All Star appearances in 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996 and 2000. The southpaw pitched for two seasons at ULM and led the Warhawks in strikeouts in 1984 with 50 and came back with 42 as a senior. He helped the Warhawks win 34 games in 1984, at that time a school record for victories. Finley was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Joe Profit

A picture of speed and power, Joe Profit was the all-time rushing leader in the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards, which was also the ULM record when he completed his career. The total still ranks fourth in school history. He was all-GSC three straight years, including being named conference Athlete of the Year and AP first team All-American in 1970. He is ULM’s only first round NFL pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh overall pick in 1971. Profit was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999.


NOTABLE FORMER ULM STUDENTS HOPE ANDERSON Miss Louisiana 2011 ROBERT BARHAM Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries QUINN BECKER U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) JOHN C. BLITCH Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO Fox Sports Network Personality, Former Nationally Syndicated Radio Host GEORGE M. CAMPBELL President Regions Bank of Louisiana EARL CASEY CNN GEORGE W. COLE President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. KELSI CRAIN Miss Louisiana 2010 JOHN DANA CUNY President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida KRISTY CURRY Head coach Alabama women’s basketball TIM BRANDO COL. WILLIAM G. DAVIES Secretary of Defense Health Affairs Fox Sports Network Sports Personality Former Nationally syndicated radio host LADD ELLIS, JR. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS CHUCK FINLEY Former MLB All-Star BREAUX GREER Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) BRUCE HANKS Former Director of Athletics, ULM, Former CEO CenturyLink ERNEST HILL Author FRANK HOFFMANN Louisiana District 15 Representative LINDA HOLYFIELD CEO, P&S Surgery Center STAN HUMPHRIES Retired NFL QB, Asst. Coach ULM women’s basketball RONNIE JOHNS Former District 33 Representative WILLIE ROBERTSON SUNIL KUMAR President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. CEO of Duck Commander/Buck Commander TERRY MATHEWS Former MLB pitcher JAMIE MAYO Mayor City of Monroe CHARLES MCDONALD Former District 14 Representative TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter MARK MITCHELL Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC TIFFANY MOCK 1994 Miss Louisiana, Actress BILL MONTGOMERY Former District 9 Representative JAMES W. MOORE Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company SUSIE MORGAN Federal Judge (Appointed by President Barack Obama) CALVIN NATT Former NBA All-Star KENNY NATT NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings BEN SHEETS Major League Baseball All-Star DR. DAVID NORRIS Mayor City of West Monroe 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist DOUG PEDERSON Former NFL Quarterback, Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles WILLIAM PRYOR Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama JOE PROFIT President & CEO Telecommunications International, Former NFL Player KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 KEITH RICHARD Current head coach ULM men’s basketball (2010-present) WILLIE ROBERTSON CEO of Duck Commander/Buck Commander, Star of A&E Show “Duck Dynasty” B.J. ROBISON Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) REGGIE ROBERTS Atlanta Falcons’ Vice President of Football Communications BEN SHEETS MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist JOANNE F. SHERIDAN First Female General of Louisiana National Guard KATHRYN M. SULLIVAN President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana FRANCIS THOMPSON Senator HARRY WALKER U.S. Army General (retired) TIM MCGRAW MIKE WALSWORTH Senator District 33 Grammy Award Winner JAMES H. WHARTON Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University Country Singer/Songwriter ANITA WHITAKER Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress • 2016 ULM WARHAWK BASEBALL •


ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION. The Athletic Foundation, founded in 1956, is the main fund-raising organization for the athletics department. WHAT IS THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. FIVE WAYS YOU CAN HELP ULM ATHLETICS 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 17 varsity sports.

2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increased financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every studentathlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for this important gift are satisfied. When you make a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participate in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. Or visit ulm.edu/giftmatch.

5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts and annuities when revising their estates and wills. These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tax-ID number is 23-7399232. To make a gift or find additional information, please call the ULM Athletic Foundation at (318) 342-5415 or visit us online at ulmwarhawks.com/athleticfoundation.

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2014-15 ATHLETIC SUCCESSES

Tylor Ongwae became the first All-SBC First Team selection in school history and was also named to the NABC All-District First Team, Capital One Academic All-District First Team and College Sports Madness All-SBC Second Team. Ongwae helped ULM to its third winningest season in school history with 24 victories after its run to the CBI Championship series. ULM posted the third-largest turnaround in the country from the year before.

Isaac Grieder broke the school record in the heptathlon indoors and decathlon outdoors in 2015. His decathlon score of 7,301 topped a 26-year ULM record and also the all-time SBC Championships record. Grieder headlined a breakout season for the Warhawks which included six SBC champions outdoors (most since 1995) and 11 All-Conference honorees including eight on the First Team. • 2016 ULM WARHAWK BASEBALL •


2014-15 ATHLETIC SUCCESSES

Marcela Araya became the volleyball program’s all-time digs leader as she concluded her four-year career with 1,916 total digs. She also set a new single-season digs record as she tallied 655 digs during the 2014 season. On the sand courts, Araya teamed with Michelle McNamee and the duo posted a 22-7 regular-season record and made an appearance in the AVCA National Sand Championships.

Faith Bohack took down a Warhawk record that had stood for 12 years. Bohack set career-high numbers in runs, triples and RBI. With 50 RBI, Bohack became the first Warhawk in program history to drive home 50 or more runs in a single season as she set a new single-season record in RBI by breaking Casey Goodman’s record of 46 set in 2003.

Ines Fendt closed her four-year career as a Warhawk with her best season with the program as she notched Second Team All-Sun Belt honors. Fendt played in all 28 rounds leading the team with a 75.71 stroke average en route to seven top-10 finishes, including five top-five finishes. At the SBC Tournament, Fendt finished in second place, the highest individual finish at the conference tournament in women’s golf history.

Gerrand Johnson notched First Team All-Sun Belt and First Team All-Louisiana honors after notching 93 total tackles from the middle of the defensive line. With his 93 total tackles, he became the first Warhawk defensive lineman to lead the team in tackles since the 1980 season (Ken Poole, 104 tackles). Johnson also registered 12.5 tackles for loss including six sacks during the 2014 campaign.

Antonia Land became the first-ever ULM soccer player to earned NSCAA All-South Region honors as she was selected to the Third Team. Land helped ULM break the program record last year in points in a season with 126 (37 goals, 52 assists). The Warhawks finished two wins better than the year before and also increased their conference win tally.

Keelin Rasch earned Second Team All-Sun Belt honors after leading SBC in both hits and total bases during the regular season. Rasch finished second in the SBC in batting average, fourth in slugging percentage, and fifth in RBI at the conclusion of the regular season. He was the second toughest player to strikeout in the Sun Belt at the end of the regular season. Rasch was tied for the team lead in both runs and homers.

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MEDIA INFORMATION ULM MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF ALEX EDWARDS Assistant AD / Media Relations (Baseball, Football, Men’s Golf) 318-342-5463 edwards@ulm.edu

ROBBIE KLEINMUNTZ Assistant Director of Media Relations (Cross Country, Men’s Basketball, Soccer, Track & Field) 318-342-5462 kleinmuntz@ulm.edu

DAVID COHEN Media Relations Assistant (Baseball, Football (sec.), Tennis, Women’s Basketball) 318-342-3385

JORDAN BERGERON Media Relations Assistant (Beach Volleyball, Softball, Volleyball, Women’s Golf) 318-342-5461

ULM ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS The ULM Athletic Media Relations department is located on the bottom level of Fant-Ewing Coliseum in hallway 7 (offices 8-11). The mailing and overnight address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is: ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209

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The News-Star Adam Hunsucker, ULM Beat Writer 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS) Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Bastrop Daily Enterprise Marq Mitchum, Sports Editor 119 W. Hickory Ave., Bastrop, LA 71220 Office: (318) 281-2691

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC) Gene Ponti, Sports Director 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly) Jimmy Touchet, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285

The Radio People (Flagship) P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936

ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly) University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452

ESPN 97.7 FM 500 North Monroe Street, Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084

Alexandria Town-Talk Raymond Partsch III, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6431 Fax: (318) 487-6315

KXUL-FM University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664

Baton Rouge Advocate Joseph Schiefelbein, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 388-0321 Fax: (225) 388-0318

ONLINE

RADIO

www.warhawkreport.com Dusty Thibodeaux, Publisher dusty@warhawkreport.com Member of Rivals.com Network

New Orleans Times-Picayune Marcus Carmouche, Sports Manager Trey Iles, College Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401 Shreveport Times Scott Ferrell, North Louisiana Region Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3299 Fax: (318) 459-3301 Associated Press Bret Martel 1515 Poydras St., Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

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2016 ULM Warhawk Baseball Media Guide  

2016 ULM Warhawk Baseball Media Guide

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