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2006 Outlook

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2006 Outlook ...............................................2-3 UNCG Quick Facts......................................... 3 Head Coach Mike Gaski ................................ 4 Assistant Coach Sammy Serrano .................. 5 Assistant Coach Shane Schumaker............... 5 Administrative Assistant Katie Ball ................. 5

Returning Players ......................................... 6-14 Adams/Currin ................................................. 6 Nichols/Deleo ................................................. 7 Erskine/Falcon ............................................... 8 Feltes/Gibson ................................................. 9 Gonzalez/Judd ............................................. 10 Krieger/Linney .............................................. 11 Martin/McCall ............................................... 12 Mongiello/Smith............................................ 13 Snell/Starnes ................................................ 14 Newcomers ......................................................15-17 Bass/Ballengee/Clear/Harvey ...................... 15 Jayjack/Martin/Matson/McKinney................. 16 Mitchell/Thompson/Welsh ............................ 17

UNCG Baseball All-Time Records 2006 Opponents UNCG All-time Series Records 2005 Stats

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Name Roly Gonzalez Patrick Currin David Adams Jake Linney Logan Smith Adam Deleo Nick Starnes Sean Snell Mike Mongiello Clay Gibson Ryan Falcon Ed Jayjack Greg Martin Wes McCall Greg Matson Jonathan Nichols Greg Feltes Jermaine Mitchell Shane Thompson Tyler Ballengee Guy Welsh Clinton McKinney Kory Judd Clark Erskine Adam Krieger Brandon Harvey Josh Baas Sam Martin Ryan Clear

Cl. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

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Ht. 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-5

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Hometown/Previous School Miami, FL/Westminister Christian HS Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill HS Statesville, NC/Statesville HS Watsonville, CA/West Valley College Charlotte, NC/Myers Park HS Wilmington, NC/Hoggard HS Haw River, NC/Graham HS Charlotte, NC/Charlotte Latin HS East Setauket, NY/St. John the Baptist HS Gastonia, NC/Ashbrook HS Rougemont, NC/Northern Durham HS Dublin, OH/Dublin Coffman HS Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill HS Gastonia, NC/Ashbrook HS Palo Alto, CA/West Valley College Norwood, NC/South Stanly HS Rocky River, OH/St. Ignatius HS Daingerfield, TX/Texarkana Community College Wilmington, NC/John T. Hoggard HS Cary, NC/Cardinal Gibbons HS Tucson, AZ/Pima Community College Greenville, SC/Greenville HS Cary, NC/Green Hope HS Mayodan, NC/McMichael HS Clearwater, FL/Countryside HS Roseville, CA/Sierra College Redding, CA/Sierra College Roxboro, NC/Mount Olive College Santa Ana, CA/Orange Coast College

HEAD COACH: 4 - Mike Gaski (Detroit, 1973) ASSISTANT COACH: 21- Sammy Serrano (Stetson, 2005) ASSISTANT COACH: 6 - Shane Schumaker (Cal State Dominguez Hills, 2003) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Katie Ball ATHLETIC TRAINER: Kristy Smith University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Home

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UNCG baseball inks eight recruits during early signing period UNCG Sports Information, 01/09/2006

GREENSBORO, NC – UNC Greensboro head baseball coach Mike Gaski announced Monday the signing of Matt Bjorkstrom, Jared Cozart, Robert Gilliam, Joel Johnson, Shane Moye, Corey Overholtzer, Alex Shelton and Chris Vinyard as part of the National Letter of Intent program’s early signing period. (Get The Full Story)

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2005 SoCon Review .................................... 25 About the Southern Conference................... 26

08/19/2005 Shane Schumaker and Sammy Serrano named UNCG Assistant Baseball Coaches 06/24/2005 Chris Mason signs with Tampa Bay Devil Rays; picks up first pro victory Thursday night

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06/07/2005 Chris Mason drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the second round 05/24/2005 UNCG Baseball Defeats Liberty at Home, 7-3 05/24/2005 Five Run Fifth Inning Propels UNC Wilmington Past UNCG, 9-3 05/24/2005 UNCG Baseball Defeats Albany, 4-1 in Completion of Tuesday's Game; Wednesday Game Washed Out 05/24/2005 Spartan Baseball Completes Series Sweep over Wofford with a 9-5 Victory over the Terriers

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UNCG Single Game Records ...................... 28 UNCG Single Season Records ...............28-29 UNCG Career Statistics ..........................30-31 UNCG Annual Leaders............................31-33 UNCG Year-by-Year Stats .......................33-34 UNCG Individual Awards.............................. 34 UNCG All-time Results ............................35-37

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Athletic Department Information 39-44 UNCG Administration .................................. 39 This is UNCG ..........................................40-41 UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame ..................42-44 1998 Southern Conference Champions

05/21/2005 Spartan Baseball Falls at Elon, 8-4 05/21/2005 UNCG baseball team drops 7-3 decision to Ohio 05/21/2005 UNCG Baseball Drops a 16-8 Decision to East Tennessee State 05/17/2005 Spartans Fall 9-1 to College of Charleston in SoCon Baseball Action 05/17/2005 UNCG Baseball Completes Three-Game Sweep of Apppalachian State; Defeats Mountaineers, 11-4 05/17/2005 Chris Mason Named First Team All-Southern Conference 05/17/2005 Chris Mason Named SoCon Pitcher of the Year by the Southern Conference Media Association http://www.uncgspartans.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=5300&KEY=&SPID=2217&SPSID=28598 (1 of 3)1/13/2006 4:54:43 PM

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The new UNCGSpartans.com was launched this past Fall. The new website, designed in a partnership with XOS Technologies, combines the usual reliability of scores, stats, game previews and reviews with new features and cutting edge technology. As the new site continues to grow, it will also include multimedia features, “Spartan Headlines” with links to newspaper stories from all over featuring Spartan Athletics, an on-line store to buy tickets and the latest “Spartan Gear” and much, much more.

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The SoCon site on the internet is available at www.soconsports.com. The site contains current information on all facets of the Southern Conference. Please contact Bryan McGowan or Mandi Copeland in the SoCon Office at 864-591-5100 for more information. 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide • 1


The 2006 UNC Greensboro Baseball Media Guide The 2006 University of North Carolina at Greensboro baseball media guide was written by Jay D’Abramo, UNCG Sports Information Intern. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite 2’s InDesign and Photoshop. Printed by Graphic Printing Services, Inc., official printing partner of UNCG athletics, Greensboro, NC.

Versatility is the name of the game this year for 16th year head coach Mike Gaski and the 2006 edition of the UNC Greensboro Spartans. Of the 18 returning players from last season’s 31-22 squad along with the 11 newcomers, more than half of the 29 student-athletes on the pre-season roster are capable of excelling at more than one position.

Fellow sophomore Greg Feltes will be penciled in at second base following a freshman campaign in which he saw action in 32 games, drawing starts in 22 of the contests. West Valley College transfer Greg Matson could also see extended time at second base. In his first season at UNCG, Pima Community College transfer Guy Welsh looks to be the front-runner for the starting job at third base. An all-star selection at Pima, Welsh will also be called upon to play some shortstop and second at certain points during the year. “I am expecting a lot from Guy this season,” Gaski said. “He should be a consistent hitter in the middle of our lineup during the course of the season.”

Editorial assistance provided by sports information staff members Mike Hirschman, Mark Kimmel and Stephanie Seate. Additional editorial assistance by Heather Hirschman. Photography by Jerry Wolford, John Bell, Chris English, Christy Wilson, WG Sports Photos, the Florida Marlins and others.

Logan Smith, who committed no errors in 29 appearances last season, will also see extensive time at the hot-corner as well as first base. Along with his perfect play in the field in 2005, Smith posted a .259 batting mark as well as a .333 on-base percentage. Sophomore Adam Deleo returns for his second consecutive season behind the plate. Last season Deleo was a mainstay for the Spartans, starting 38 of the 45 games in which he played. He committed but five errors and finished fourth in the SoCon by throwing out 16 would-be base stealers. “Adam is a very strong catcher and did a wonderful job for us last season,” Gaski said.

Special thanks to Virginia Cornell, Rod Wyatt, UNCG university relations, opposing sports information offices and former UNCG sports information office staff members for their assistance in building this publication. On the front cover: Seniors David Adams (left) and Patrick Currin (right). Adams was second on the club with 11 doubles last season, while Currin finished second on the team and fourth in the SoCon with a 3.48 earned run average. (Cover design by Mark Kimmel.)

middle relief. Last year McCall recorded a 5-3 record on the hill and struckout 61 hitters.

Senior David Adams looks to have a breakout year as the team’s starting shortstop. Look for Adams to play second and third base as well.

“This year I have more two-way players than I have ever had before,” Gaski said. “Having this luxury provides us with a great opportunity to be very successful this season, and it allows us to have the ability to safeguard arms if we need to. It’s really just a huge blessing.” Much of the core of the Spartans’ league-leading defense, which finished the season with just 57 errors for a .972 fielding percentage, also returns and will once again be a strong point in UNCG’s quest for Southern Conference supremacy. “Our defense will be very good again,” Gaski said. Both our infield and outfield are as good as any I’ve had and I’m very excited to get them on the field.”

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INFIELD Senior David Adams, who very well could be Gaski’s most versatile player, returns as the starting shortstop and will likely serve as one of the Spartans’ top threats at the plate. Adams, who was a starter in 2003 but sat out in 2004 due to an injury, started 47 of the 49 games in which he saw action last season. He finished his 2005 campaign with a .262 batting average and was tied for second on the club with 11 doubles. Although shortstop will be his primary position, Gaski added that Adams is a player whom he can insert anywhere in the infield if a certain situation arises. Sophomore Wes McCall is expected to get the starting nod at first base, replacing two-year starter Justin Crist. Despite serving as a backup last season, McCall is no stranger to first base as the Gastonia, NC product made 11 starts at the position a year ago. Although McCall saw action at first base in only a handfull of games, he committed no errors for a flawless 1.000 fielding percentage. When not patrolling the right side of the infield, expect to see the southpaw on the mound working in

Sophomore Wes McCall begins his first season at the team’s first baseman. McCall will also be used in a relief role on the hill.

Sean Snell will serve as the primary backup to Deleo, but according to Gaski, Sam Martin is coming on strong in a reserve roll as well. Freshman Ed Jayjack, a fourth catcher on the 2006 club, will also see action behind the dish but a nagging injury may slow his progress. OUTFIELD Even with an abundance of different players able to roam the outfield, Gaski has been able to narrow it down to his three starters, but has indicated that he will shuffle players in and out accordingly. 1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Texarkana Community College transfer Jermaine Mitchell will be the starting centerfielder for the Spartans following an outstanding two years for the TCC Bulldogs. Last season he hit for a .345 batting average and was third on the team with 21 runs batted in. Mitchell, who may also be called upon for some relief work on the hill, is one of the newcomers whom Gaski expects to have a big season.

Rounding out the trio of Spartan probable starters is junior Ryan Falcon. Last season, the Rougemont, NC native was slowed due to injury, but had an outstanding season for UNCG in 2004. Despite a 2-6 record in 2004, Falcon posted his best numbers since arriving in Greensboro. His 3.52 ERA was tops on the team and was sixth in the SoCon, while his 86 strikeouts were seventh-highest in the league.

Talented freshman Clinton McKinney is expected to make an immediate impact as the Greenville, SC native will patrol right field in 2006. McKinney, who had an outstanding career in the high school ranks, will also see time on the hill as either a set-up man or closer. Mike Mongiello, the team’s leading hitter in 2005 with a .348 batting average, returns for his second consecutive stint in left field. The East Setauket, NY product committed only one error last season and was third on the team with eight stolen bases.

Quick Facts University Facts Location ................................................Greensboro, NC Founded .................................................................. 1891 Enrollment ............................................................ 16,200 Nickname ..........................................................Spartans Color ................................................Gold, White & Navy Field ........................................ UNCG Baseball Stadium Surface...................................................Bermuda Grass National Affiliation ..................................NCAA Division I Conference ...................................................... Southern Chancellor ....................................Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan Alma Mater.......Notre Dame College of St. John’s, 1963 Director of Athletics ................................ Nelson E. Bobb Alma Mater........................................... Kent State, 1970 Faculty Athletics Representative ............ Terry Ackerman Athletics Dept. Phone ............................ (336) 334-5952 Tickets Office Phone .............................. (336) 334-3250

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Senior Patrick Currin posted a 5-4 record last season and is a leading candidate for a slot in the weekend pitching rotation.

McKinney, McCall, Jonathan Nichols, Josh Baas and Ryan Clear will all likely be used in relief roles, but all five could see time as a starter.

Roly Gonzalez, one of the club’s most versatile players, can play any of the three outfield positions.

Sophomore Roly Gonzalez started 19 games last season and has the ability to play any of the three outfield positions. The Miami, FL native will likely see his fair share of playing time at all three venues. Brandon Harvey and Greg Martin, both newcomers to the scene, will be used in the outfield and will also draw some mound assignments. PITCHING With all but one pitcher returning from last year’s staff that finished second in the SoCon with a 4.39 earned run average, pitching once again appears to be one of the Spartans’ strong points for 2006. Although the different pitching roles remain undecided, three Spartans, however, are expected to see extensive time on the mound during weekend series. Patrick Currin returns for his senior season after finishing second on the team last season and fourth in the SoCon with a 3.48 ERA. The Chapel Hill, NC product was 5-4 last year and compiled 62 punchouts while walking but 13 batters. Nick Starnes is another senior who is expected to see extended time on the mound for the Spartans in 2006. Last season he was tied for first on the team with 15 games started and six victories. The Haw River, NC native also finished second on the club with 67 strikeouts in 81.1 innings of mound duty. 1998 Southern Conference Champions

SCHEDULE This season the Spartans play one of the most challenging schedules in team history. UNCG opens the season with its first 14 games away from the friendly confines of UNCG Baseball Stadium. The season kicks off with a three-game set against SEC foe Georgia Feb. 17-19 in Athens. After a road game with in-state rival High Point, the Spartans travel to College Station, TX to take part in the Domino’s Pizza Aggie Baseball Classic hosted by Texas A&M. UNCG and Texas A&M will play twice while the Spartans will also battle Missouri State and Utah within the tournament. The Spartans take on Gaski’s son, Matt, and the defending national runner-up Florida Gators Mar. 7-8 before hosting Kent State Mar. 10-12 in the regular season home opener. UNCG also hosts SoCon foes College of Charleston (Mar. 2426), Davidson (Apr. 14-16), Furman (Apr. 28-30), Wofford (May 12-13) and Elon (May 18-20). Also in the league, the Spartans travel to The Citadel (Mar. 31-Apr. 2), Appalachian State (Apr. 7-9), Georgia Southern (Apr. 21-23) and Western Carolina (May 5-7). “Our schedule is really the toughest schedule we have ever had here at UNCG,” Gaski said. “Our conference has really improved and is better than ever. Teams in our conference have had success playing teams out of conference and that is a testament of how good our opponents are going to be.” The SoCon Tournament returns to Riley Park in Charleston, SC for the 17th consecutive season. The eight-team, doubleelimination tournament runs May 24-28.

Sports Information Director ................... Mike Hirschman E-mail .......................................... mwhirsch@uncg.edu Assistant SID ............................................. Mark Kimmel E-mail ......................................... mdkimmel@uncg.edu SID Intern (Baseball Contact) .................. Jay D’Abramo E-mail ...........................................jedabram@uncg.edu Cell Phone ........................................... (662) 312-7253 Sports Information Phone ...................... (336) 334-5615 Sports Information Fax........................... (336) 334-3182 SID Office Address................................. UNCG Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Overnight Address ..............................301 HHP Building 1500 Walker Ave. Greensboro, NC 27403 Press Box Phone ................................... (336) 334-3885 Website ..................................... www.uncgspartans.com

UNCG Baseball Information Head Coach: ......................... Mike Gaski (Detroit, 1973) Record at UNCG (Years): ............. 469-341-1 (15 years) Career Record (Years): ................. 469-341-1 (15 years) NCAA Appearances: ........................... Two (1997, 1994) Assistant Coaches: ..... Sammy Serrano (Stetson, 1998) Shane Schumaker (UNCG, 2001) Athletic Trainer: ............................................Kristy Smith Baseball Office Phone: .......................... (336) 334-3247 Administrative Assistant: ..................................Katie Ball 2005 Overall Record: .............................................31-22 SoCon Record/Finish: ......................................17-13/5th Home Record: ..........................................................21-8 Away Record:........................................................... 9-11 Neutral: ......................................................................1-3 SoCon Tournament Finish: ........................................0-2 NCAA Regional: ..................................................... None Position Starters Returning/Lost: ............................... 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost: ............................................ 9/1 Newcomers: .....................11 (Freshmen - 5, Juniors - 6) Last NCAA Regionals .................................... 1997 (1-2) 1994 (2-2)

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Mike Gaski enters his 16th season as head baseball coach at UNCG in 2006 and is the only head coach in the program’s history. He has guided the program to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances and championships in two different Division I conferences, the Big South and Southern. Gaski has also watched as the Spartans have climbed into the Top-30 of several national polls. Last season Gaski guided the Spartans to a 31-22 overall record and a fifth place finish in the SoCon following a 17-13 mark in the league while posting a 21-8 record at the UNCG Baseball Stadium. In 1998, UNCG’s first season in the Southern Conference, the Spartans posted a thenrecord 22 league wins en route to the conference title. After posting a 40-18 overall record the team narrowly missed its third NCAA trip in five years. In 15 seasons of Division I play Gaski’s team has an impressive 469-341-1 record, which includes victories over many established programs. During his tenure at UNCG, he has won three conference Coach of the Year awards. In 1994, the Spartans posted 39 wins, and captured their first Big South Conference title. UNCG also made its first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. In 1997, the Spartans recorded a school-record 45 wins on the way to the Big South Conference regular-season and tournament titles and a final No. 28 national ranking. Gaski began coaching at the collegiate level in 1979 as an assistant at Cleveland State and spent one season with the Vikings. After his tenure with Cleveland State, Gaski headed to Ohio State in 1980. There, he coached the pitchers and catchers. Gaski helped the Buckeyes to back-to-back record-setting seasons and its first NCAA appearance in more than 15 years. From Ohio State, Gaski went to Florida Southern to assume the position of assistant head coach with the Moccasins. During his four-year stint (1983-87) the team made four consecutive NCAA appearances, finished second in the nation in 1984 and claimed the Division II National Championship in 1985. Gaski left collegiate coaching in 1988 to assume the position of Executive Director of the Spanish Olympic Baseball Program in preparation for the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. As the principal administrator for Olympic baseball preparation, Gaski’s responsibilities included the development of a national baseball program and the preparation of the Olympic venues for the Games. Upon his return to the United States and UNCG, Gaski was immediately enlisted by USA Baseball to serve as a consultant on international affairs and Olympic preparation. He was elected to his first term as president of USA Baseball on January 7, 2001 and was re-elected to the position on January 10, 2005. In March of 2001, Gaski was elected by the International Baseball Federation to serve 4 • 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

on the technical committee that oversees all international competition, including the World Championships and the recent Athens Olympic Games. In February 2006, Gaski was elected technical commissioner by the International Baseball Federation’s Executive Committee in preparation for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Previously, he was vice-president for the organization’s Board of Directors and represented the U.S. in a variety of international congresses. In 1991, he became the team leader of the U.S. squad in the Pan American Games in Cuba and joined the 1992 USA Olympic Baseball coaching staff in a similar role. In 1993, Gaski was elected treasurer of the Pan American Baseball Confederation that governs international baseball throughout the Americas. Gaski returned to the Olympics in 1996, serving this time on the USOC International Games Prep Committee for the Atlanta Games. In 1998, Gaski joined Team USA as an assistant coach as the National Team prepared for the IBA World Championships. Though Gaski’s administrative skills place him in high demand throughout the United States and abroad, he continues to serve on the Board of Directors and Advisory Board of numerous statewide and local organizations including the North Carolina Amateur Sports Association as well as Greensboro’s Parks and Athletics. He conducts UNCG’s popular baseball camp and appears as a lecturer and clinician throughout the nation. Currently, Gaski is a member of the NCAA Baseball Division I Selection Committee and has served on several advisory groups. Gaski earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Detroit in 1973, a master of fine arts in creative writing from UNCG in 1977 and a master of arts in English from Ohio State in 1982. Gaski has two sons, Matt, who is a sophomore infielder for the Florida Gators while his younger son, Nick, studies Chinese and pre-med at the University of North Carolina.

The Mike Gaski File Alma Mater Detroit 1973, B.A. English Other Degrees M.F.A Creative Writing (UNCG, 1977) M.A. English (Ohio State, 1982) Coaching Experience UNC Greensboro • Head Coach (1991-present) • 460-308-1 in 14 years Division I • 469-341-1 in 15 overall seasons • 1998 SoCon Championship • 1998 SoCon Coach of the Year • 1997 NCAA South Regional • 1997 Big South Championship • 1997 Big South Coach of the Year • 1994 NCAA South Regional • 1994 Big South Championship • 1994 Big South Coach of the Year • One Academic All-American • Five Freshman All-Americans • Four All-Americans • Four NCAA All-Region players • Three Conference Freshman of the Year • 38 All-Conference Players • 21 players drafted or signed

Florida Southern • Assistant Coach (1983-86) • 1985 NCAA Division II Champion • 1984 NCAA Division II Runner-up Ohio State • Assistant Coach (1980-83) • 1983 NCAA Regional Cleveland State • Assistant Coach (1979-80) Other Experience • 2005 MLB Rules Committee • 2004 Athens Olympics • 2001-current President, USA Baseball • 1998 U.S. National Team • 1995 World University Games • 1992 U.S. Olympic Games • 1991 U.S. Pan Am Team

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Former Stetson University standout Sammy Serrano begins his first season at UNC Greensboro. Serrano will serve as an assistant coach, a catching instructor and will work with the hitters and outfielders. As a student assistant at Stetson in 2005, he was part of a coaching staff that posted a 38-25 record, won the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship and advanced to an NCAA Regional. Serrano worked primarily with the catchers, while also assisting with the Hatters offense that posted a .321 team batting average and slugged 55 home runs. He coached eight A-Sun All-Conference performers, five All-Tournament performers, two Freshmen All-Americans, two All-Regional Tournament performers and the A-Sun’s Freshman of the Year. As a player, Serrano batted a school-record .374 during his threeyear career and helped Stetson to two NCAA Regional appearances. Serrano batted .326 as a freshman, and was named a Mizuno first team Freshman AllAmerican. Serrano hit .335 as a sophomore before putting together Sammy and Cheryl Serrano with son Eli a record-setting junior year that saw him hit a school-record .457 with 23 doubles, eight triples, 13 home runs, and 68 RBI. He earned first team All-American honors from four different publications and was voted Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year. His .457 batting average ranked second in the nation (NCAA Division I). Following the 1998 season, Serrano was drafted in the second round by the San Francisco Giants. He was the 68th player taken overall and the first catcher selected in the draft. Upon his arrival to the Giants organization, Serrano was tabbed as one of the top prospects by Baseball America and The Sporting News, while being regarded as the Giants top catching prospect. In 1998, Serrano hit .288 with nine home runs with 40 RBI in 40 games for rookie league Salem-Keizer. He was named the Player of the Month in August and led the team to the Northwest League Championship. In 1999, Serrano played for Bakersfield (High-A) and hit .276 with nine home runs, 30 doubles, and 80 RBI. He ranked among the organizational leaders in all categories. He attended Major League Spring Training in 2000, but spent the majority of that season and 2001 rehabbing a shoulder injury that forced him to retire in 2002. In addition to being Stetson’s all-time leading hitter, Serrano still ranks among the program’s all-time leaders in slugging percentage, hits, runs scored, triples, RBI, and total bases. He is the Atlantic Sun Conference’s single-season hits record holder with 112 in 1998. Sammy is married to the former Cheryl L. Patton of Springfield, VA. The couple has a two-year-old son, Eli.

Shane Schumaker begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Spartan Baseball program and will be responsible for coaching the hitters and infielders. Schumaker began his coaching career at El Camino Junior College in 2001 and was responsible for hitting and infield instruction along with assisting with recruiting efforts. At El Camino, he coached for five seasons and in 2004 helped coach the Warriors to a 30-7 record, the best in school history. That same season, Schumaker helped guide the Warriors to within one game of the state championship, the furthest any El Camino team had ever gone in the playoffs. In the summers of 2002 and 2003, he took over head coaching duties for the West Torrance 19Schumaker alongside his parents, Fred and Debbie under All-Star team. Both years he led his team to the Babe Ruth State Championships, where they placed second each year. Most recently, Schumaker was an assistant coach of the Havasu Heat where he helped guide the Heat to a 37-8 record and a berth in the NBC World Series. As an infielder for the Spartans from 2000-01, Schumaker was a two-year letterwinner under head coach Mike Gaski. Schumaker led UNCG in 2001 with a .342 batting average, while hitting 10 home runs and driving in 52 runs en route to being named All-Southern Conference as well as an All-Tournament selection. In 2000, Schumaker batted .378, which led UNCG and was sixth best among SoCon hitters. Over his two-year career at UNCG, Schumaker led the Spartans in runs, hits, triples, stolen bases, RBI, on-base percentage, batting average and walks. He still ranks among the top-10 in career RBI, triples, home runs, stolen bases and batting average in just two seasons as a Spartan. Before becoming a Spartan, Schumaker was a first team All-South Coast Conference selection and an All–Southern California infielder at El Camino. He was in the Top-10 in hitting in the state of California (.457) while at El Camino and currently holds numerous hitting records for the Warriors. In 2001, Schumaker was invited to the San Diego Padres tryout camp, but opted to sign with the Chico Heat of the Western League instead. Schumaker finished his professional career with the Johnstown Johnnies in the Frontier League in 2002. Schumaker, 26, graduated from Cal State Dominguez Hills with a degree in Applied Studies in 2003.

Admn. Asst. Katie Ball

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Katie Ball is in her fourth season as the Baseball Administrative assistant. Her duties with the team include making travel arrangements, overseeing players schedules and academics as well as office mailings for parents and alumni. A 2002 graduate from J.H. Rose High School, Ball was a member of the 2000 4-A State Championship golf team. She was also captain of the 2001 Big East Regional Championship squad. Ball is a Reynolds Scholar at UNCG and will graduate in May with a BA in geography and political science along with a minor in English with a concentration in Urban Planning. She plans to attend graduate school at East Carolina and work in coastal planning and development. Ball is a native of Greenville, NC and is the daughter of Lee and Nancy Ball. Her brother Chris, who also worked on coach Gaski’s staff, graduated from UNCG in 1998.

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2005: Saw action in 49 games, appearing as a starter in 47... posted a .262 batting average... finished fourth on the team with 24 runs scored and 43 hits... tied for second on the club with 11 doubles... recorded three home runs and 23 RBI... opened the season against Delaware with a 2-for-4 showing with a double... hit his first roundtripper of the season in a 2-for-4 showing against The Citadel (Mar. 12)... also scored a season-high three runs in that game with the Bulldogs... went 2-for-4 with three RBI in the second game of a doubleheader with Georgia Southern (Apr. 9)... swiped a season-high two bases in a Feb. 26 contest with James Madison... walked four times against Ohio (Mar. 4)... went 2-for-4 with three RBI in consecutive games against Elon (Apr. 23, 24)... smacked a double and a homer in a 2-for-3 performance with two RBI in a 6-3 win over Appalachian State. 2004: Earned a medical redshirt due to injury. 2003: Started 47 of 49 games for the Spartans at shortstop... missed last six entering SoCon Tournament... went 2-for-3 with a run scored and RBI against UNC Asheville (Apr. 30)... went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and RBI against Appalachian State (Apr. 26)... smacked two-run home run, first of career, against Wofford (Apr. 20)... went 2-for-4 with a run scored, RBI and triple in the first game of a doubleheader with Western Carolina (Apr. 12)... went 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI against VMI (Apr. 5)... went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI against Eastern Kentucky (Mar. 29)... went 1-for-2 with a run scored and three RBI against Cornell (Mar. 18)... collected five hits in the two-game series at Virginia... added two RBI and registered just second career three-hit effort in opener... had an RBI in each of UNCG’s first three games.

2005: Made 24 pitching appearances including five stints as a starter for the Spartans in his junior season... finished the year second on the pitching staff and fourth in the SoCon with a 3.48 earned run average... completed the season with a career-high five wins in 75.0 innings pitched... struck out a career-high 62 batters while allowing only 17 extra base hits... tied for the team lead with six saves... notched his first save of the season in an 8-3 win against James Madison (Feb. 26)... also struck out a season-high six batters in that same game... garnered his first win of the campaign in a relief role in a 14-6 victory over The Citadel (Mar. 12)... pitched five innings or more on five different occasions... earned his second win of the season in a 3-2 win at Davidson after allowing no runs and no hits in three innings of mound duty... picked up his third win on the season after allowing just one run over five innings in a 7-3 win over Liberty (Apr.17)... walked only 13 batters out of 291 faced... hurled a season-high 6.0 innings of work against No. 20 College of Charleston (May 21)... recorded his fourth win in a 9-4 triumph over UNC Asheville (Apr. 20)... pitched two innings of relief at Wofford to collect his fifth victory in a 6-5 win over the Terriers. 2004: Posted a 3.09 earned run average in 25 appearances in his sophomore season... made his first career start against North Carolina and struck out a season-high five batters in the process (May 5)... also struck out five hitters against College of Charleston (May 27)... recorded 41 strikeouts on the season... picked up wins in relief against Ohio (Mar. 7) and Appalachian State (May 9).

2002: Fourth on UNCG with five sacrifice bunts and 13 stolen bases... went 2-for-5 with two runs scored in the 12-5 victory over Virginia (Apr. 20)... followed first career three-hit effort with two more hits against EKU (Apr.10)... was 3-for-3 with an RBI against EKU (Apr. 9)... went 2-for-5 with two RBI in 8-7 loss to Davidson (Mar. 24)... picked up his first multiple hit game of the season in the 9-1 rout of ETSU (Mar. 17).

2003: Appeared in relief in 19 games in his rookie season... walked only six batters out of 117 faced... picked up his first win of his career in the 4-2 win over Ohio (Feb. 23)... hurled a season-high 4.2 innings of work against The Citadel (May 10).

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Statesville Senior HS... was named all-conference and allcounty three times... participated in the North Carolina State Games three times... also played in the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game... 2001 County Player of the Year... two-time team MVP... also played summer ball for the Catawba Valley Stars... team was ranked as high as fifth in the national rankings.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters at Chapel Hill HS for head coach David Miller... was named All-Pac VI in 2001 and 2002... was named to the North Carolina State All-Tournament squads in 2000 and 2002... led Chapel Hill to the 2002 Pac VI Conference Championship... also played three years with the American Legion Post 6 squad... helped the team to the state tournament each year.

PERSONAL: David Ryan Adams... son of Steve and Terrie Adams... born June 27, 1983 in Statesville, NC... majoring in recreation, parks and tourism.

PERSONAL: Patrick Hart Currin... son of Joe and Denise Currin... born May 12, 1984 in Chapel Hill, NC... majoring in exercise and sports science... aunt, Dawn Jackson, graduated from UNCG in 1981.

David Adams’ Career Statistics Yr. 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

Avg. .255 .243 .262 .254

G-GS AB R H 49-46 149 24 38 49-47 152 30 37 DNP - Redshirt Season 49-47 164 24 43 147-140 465 78 118

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Patrick Currin’s Career Statistics

2B 3 4

3B 0 1

HR 0 1

RBI 15 23

BB 22 13

SB-A 13-18 6-8

11 18

1 2

3 4

23 61

22 57

6-7 25-33

Yr. 2003 2004 2005 Totals

G-GS 19-0 25-1 24-5 68-6

W-L 1-0 2-1 5-4 8-5

CG 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 6 6

ERA IP 3.30 30.0 3.09 46.2 3.48 75.0 3.33 151.4

H 31 40 83 154

R-ER 17-11 22-16 38-29 77-56

BB 6 16 13 35

SO 23 41 62 126

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


2005: Saw action in seven games during his junior campaign... posted an 0-1 record with a 12.60 earned run average in limited action... had a season-high three strikeouts in 2.2 innings pitched in 4-3 win over Delaware (Feb. 20)... earned a save in that same game against Delaware after yielding no runs on two hits. 2004: Did not see game action and earned a redshirt. 2003: Appeared in 14 games in his sophomore season in short relief, hurling a total of 17 innings for the season... struck out a career-best six batters against East Tennessee State (Mar. 7).

2005: Started 38 games for the Spartans while seeing action in 45 in his first season at UNCG... fourth on the team with a .286 batting average... went 2-for-3 in his first collegiate game against Delaware (Feb. 18)... hit .556 (5-for-9) in three-game sweep of Delaware... had 11 multi-hit games... posted a 3-for-4 showing with two doubles in a 4-3 win over Georgia Southern (Apr. 10)... went 2-for-4 with two RBI in a 6-5 victory over Western Carolina (May 1)... belted his first collegiate home run in a 95 win at Wofford (May 8)... collected seven hits and scored six runs in three-game sweep at Wofford... went 3-for-3 with four RBI in 6-3 win over Appalachian State (May 13). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Hoggard HS for head coach Jeep St. Ledger... 2004 Legion 2 Player of the Year... All-MidSoutheastern Conference in 2003 and 2004... participated in the North Carolina State Games in 2003 and 2004.

2002: Pitched four innings of scoreless relief in the 12-6 loss against Georgia Southern (May 16)... tossed four scoreless, one-hit, innings of relief to register first save of career against Wofford (Apr. 6)... picked up first career win with two innings of scoreless relief versus Wofford (Apr. 7).

PERSONAL: Adam Michael Deleo... son of Salvatore and Lori Deleo... born October 6, 1986 in Stamford, CT... major is undecided.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at South Stanly HS... named all-conference three times and all-state during senior season... named Yadkin Valley Player of the Year in 2001... team MVP in 2000 and 2001... U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete and U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award. PERSONAL: Jonathan Arthur Nichols... son of Mark and Liz Nichols... born September 13, 1983 in Albemarle, NC... brother played baseball at N.C. State... majoring in information systems and operations management.

Adam Deleo’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .286 Totals .286

G-GS 45-38 45-38

AB 140 140

R 17 17

H 40 40

2B 9 9

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 21 21

BB SB-A 7 1-1 7 1-1

Jonathan Nichols’ Career Statistics Yr. 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

G-GS 13-0 14-0

W-L 1-0 0-1

7-1 34-1

0-1 1-2

CG SHO SV ERA 0 0 1 7.40 0 0 0 7.41 DNP - Redshirt Season 0 0 1 12.60 0 0 2 8.58

1998 Southern Conference Champions

IP 20.2 17.0

H 27 21

R-ER BB 20-17 12 17-14 10

SO 18 23

10.0 47.2

20 68

17-14 54-45

7 48

9 31

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2005: Made one appearance for the Spartans in 2005... allowed two hits and no runs while striking out one batter in two innings of relief against N.C. State (Mar. 8). 2004: Did not see game action and earned his redshirt HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterman as a pitcher and shortstop for McMichael High School... a four-time All-North State 2-A Conference selection... holds record for wins, appearances, strikeouts and ERA in Rockingham County and at McMichael HS... also lettered four years in soccer, where he was a two-time all-conference selection, and three years as a swimmer. PERSONAL: Aaron Clark Erskine... son of Marty and Marsha Erskine... born October 9, 1984, in Madison, NC... majoring in exercise and sports science with a concentration in physical education.

Clark Erskine’s Career Statistics Yr. G-GS 2004 2005 1-0 Totals 1-0

W-L 0-0 0-0

CG SHO SV ERA DNP - Redshirt Season 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00

IP

H

2-0 2-0

2 2

R-ER BB 0-0 0-0

3 3

SO 1 1

2005: Made four appearances on the hill in his junior campaign before suffering a season-ending injury... boasted a perfect 1-0 record with a 5.40 earned run average... garnered a no decision in his first outing of the year against Delaware (Feb. 19)... beat James Madison 8-3 for his first win of the season after allowing just seven hits in seven innings on the hill (Feb. 26)... struck out a careerhigh nine batters in six innings of mound duty against Ohio (Mar. 5). 2004: Had the lowest earned run average among the starting rotation (3.52)... led the staff in strikeouts (86)... allowed only 17 walks in 87 innings pitched... named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Month for April... recorded first career complete game and shutout in an 8-0 win over Western Carolina (Apr. 25)... struck out a season-high eight batters against Wofford (May 1)... recorded first career save, tossing four innings of relief in the 7-1 win over Le Moyne (Feb. 28). 2003: Recorded nine starts in 16 appearances in his freshman season... picked up first career win, hurling five innings, allowing three runs with eight strikeouts against Albany (Mar. 5)... allowed only one hit, while striking out four in UNCG’s 26-1 win against N.C. A&T (Apr. 23)... surrendered only one earned run in 6.1 innings of work in the Spartans’ 8-1 win over UNC Asheville (Apr. 30). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Northern Durham HS for head coach Mark Woody... also picked up three letters as a quarterback for the football squad... was four-time All-PAC 6 Conference and four-time North Carolina State Tournament Team selection... earned all-state honors as a junior and senior... participated in the North Carolina All-Star Game and three North Carolina State Games... named Northern Durham HS team MVP four times... owns the high school record for career strikeouts... played one season of summer ball for the Durham Warriors... twice named all-conference in football and second team all-state in 2002... awarded the WRAL-TV 5 Tom Suiter Extra Effort Award. PERSONAL: Ryan Thomas Falcon... born August 27, 1984 in Durham, NC... son of Tom and Joy Falcon... majoring in communications.

Ryan Falcon’s Career Statistics Yr. 2003 2004 2005 Totals 8 • 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

G-GS 16-9 21-12 4-4 41-25

W-L 3-3 2-6 1-0 6-9

CG 0 1 0 1

SHO 0 1 0 1

SV 0 1 0 1

ERA 3.86 3.52 5.40 3.88

IP H 53.2 46 87.0 82 20.0 20 160.2 148

R-ER BB 30-23 19 48-34 17 12-12 8 90-69 44

SO 52 86 18 156

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


2005: Started 22 games while seeing action in 32 during his freshman season at UNCG... posted a .193 batting average with a .313 slugging percentage... collected his first career hit in a 1-for-3 showing against Delaware (Feb. 20)... smacked his first roundtripper in a 5-3 loss at Furman (Apr. 2)... went 2-for-5 with two RBI and two doubles in an 8-6 win against Georgia Southern (Apr. 9). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters at St. Ignatius High School for head coach Brian Morgan... named Cleveland Plain-Dealer Player of the Year in 2004... first team AllOhio State at second base... selected as the Northern Ohio 7-County Player of the Year... named first team All-Cuyahoga River Conference... tied a single-season school record for home runs (10) and broke his own school record of 48 runs scored by crossing the plate 51 times... recorded a .939 slugging percentage and .626 on-base percentage in helping St. Ignatius to the Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference championship and the school’s third Division I state final four appearance since 2000. PERSONAL: Gregory Robert Feltes... son of Bob Feltes and Anne Browning... born December 24, 1985 in Westlake, OH... majoring in finance.

2005: Made 10 pitching appearances for the Spartans during his freshman campaign... posted a 3-0 record with a 5.08 earned run average in 28.1 innings pitched... finished first among relievers with 24 total punchouts... worked one-third of an inning in his first career appearance at UNC Wilmington (Feb. 27)... notched his first career start and win after allowing just one run on two hits in five innings pitched in a 4-1 victory over Albany (Mar. 22)... struck out a season-high eight hitters against Albany... collected his second victory after limiting High Point to just one run on five hits in five innings of mound duty (Apr. 5)... earned his third win in relief against Western Carolina after allowing no runs on two hits in four innings on the hill (May 1). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Ashbrook High School under coach James Parks... three-time All-Big South 3A Conference selection... a two-time all-conference tournament team member... named to the 2004 All-Charlotte Observer team... two-time All-Gaston Gazette team member (2003 and 2004)... anchored the Green Wave to the NC 3A State Title in 2003... also lettered two years on the varsity basketball team. PERSONAL: Clayton Michael Gibson... son of Mike and Lou Ann Gibson... born July 1, 1986 in Gastonia, NC... major is undecided.

Greg Feltes’ Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .193 Totals .193

G-GS 32-22 32-22

AB 83 83

R 13 13

H 16 16

1998 Southern Conference Champions

2B 5 5

3B 1 1

HR 1 1

RBI 6 6

BB SB-A 13 2-3 13 2-3

Clay Gibson’s Career Statistics Yr. G-GS 2005 10-3 Totals 10-3

W-L 3-0 3-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

ERA IP 5.08 28.1 5.08 28.1

H 31 31

R-ER BB 20-16 9 20-16 9

SO 24 24

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2005: Started 19 of 38 games played during his freshman season at UNCG... collected 15 hits out of 75 at bats for a .200 batting average... boasted a .333 on-base percentage... successful in seven out of 10 stolen base attempts... made his first career start in left field in a 6-5 win over Delaware (Feb. 20)... recorded his first career hit and swiped two bases in that same game with the Blue Hens... went 2-for-5 with three RBI in a 4-3 win over the Citadel (Mar. 13)... collected two RBI in a 140 win at Wofford (May 6).

2005: Appeared in five games, one as a starter... posted a 1-0 record with a 1.98 earned average in 13.2 innings on the mound... pitched 3.1 innings in first career appearance, yielding one run on two hits in a 16-8 loss to East Tennessee State (Mar. 26)... tallied first career win in first career start against North Carolina A&T (Apr. 19)... struck out a season-high nine hitters while allowing no runs on three hits in six innings on the hill against the Aggies... allowed only four extra base hits. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters at Green Hope High School for head coach Mike Miragliolo... Tri-7 Conference Player of the Year in 2004 where he posted a 9-3 record with a 0.94 ERA... all-league first team selection in 2003 and 2004... set new school single-season record in strikeouts (101)... set new school mark with 18 strikeouts in a game. PERSONAL: Kory Dean Judd... son of Rick and Maureen Judd... born July 25, 1986 in Clearwater, TX... majoring in excercise and sports science.

Kory Judd’s Career Statistics Yr. G-GS 2005 5-1 Totals 5-1

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Westminister Christian under coach Bill Henderson... all-county selection... rated in the top 50 outfielders by Team One... 2003-2004 Baseball Factory All-American and a 2004 Perfect Game AllStar... also lettered in track where he holds the school record in the 400m.

W-L 1-0 1-0

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

ERA IP 1.98 13.2 1.98 13.2

H 10 10

R-ER BB 3-3 6 3-3 6

SO 14 14

PERSONAL: Roland Marcus Gonzalez... son of Rolando and Isabel Gonzalez... born October 29, 1985 in Miami, FL... majoring in business administration.

Roly Gonzalez’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .200 Totals .286

G-GS 38-19 45-38

AB 75 140

R 12 17

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H 15 40

2B 3 9

3B 0 0

HR 0 1

RBI 8 21

BB SB-A 12 7-10 7 1-1

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


2005: Started in 43 of 50 games played in first season at UNCG... collected 36 hits in 156 at bats for a .231 batting average... finished fourth on the club with 20 walks... committed only three errors for a .957 fielding percentage... went 2-for-4 with two RBI in an 11-1 win over Ohio (Mar. 4)... produced first three-hit performance in an 8-6 win against Georgia Southern (Apr. 9)... was a perfect 2-for-2 with one RBI in UNCG’s 9-4 triumph over UNC Asheville (Apr. 20)… cranked his first home run in a 14-0 blanking of Wofford (May 6)... went 6-for-12 (.500) in three-game sweep of Appalachian State (May 13-15).

2005: Started eight games and appeared in 16 games for UNCG as a freshman... finished the season with a 4-2 record and a 3.58 earned run average... made his first career appearance in a 4-3 win over Delaware... allowed no earned runs in six consecutive appearances... struck out a seasonhigh four batters at UNC Wilmington (Feb. 27) and Furman (Apr. 03)... collected his first collegiate win in a 6-2 defeat of William & Mary after surrendering just one run on three hits... beat Furman 11-2 (Apr. 3) for his second win of the season... notched his third win in a relief role in the Spartans’ 6-5 win against High Point... ran record to 4-1 after hurling 5.2 innings in a 11-4 victory over Appalachian State (May 15). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Countryside High School for head coach Darnell Coles... rated 62nd out of the top 75 high school pitchers in the nation... selected to Pinallas County all-star team. PERSONAL: Adam Christopher Krieger... born September 7, 1985 in Clearwater, FL... son of David and Veronica Krieger... majoring in recreation and parks management.

PRIOR TO UNCG: Played two seasons at West Valley College in Saratoga, CA for head coach Mike Perez... hit .541 in 2004, and was an All-Observer selection in 2004. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Watsonville High School... named Central Coast Conference Freshman of the Year in 1998... three-time all-league selection. PERSONAL: Jake Thomas Linney... born July 23, 1984 in Walnut Creek, CA... son of Bob and Janet Linney... majoring in philosophy.

Adam Krieger’s Career Statistics Yr. G-GS 2005 16-8 Totals 16-8

W-L 4-2 4-2

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 0 0

1998 Southern Conference Champions

ERA IP 3.58 50.1 3.58 50.1

H 48 48

R-ER BB 24-20 15 24-20 15

SO 21 21

Jake Linney’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .231 Totals .231

G-GS 50-43 50-43

AB 156 156

R 19 19

H 36 36

2B 5 5

3B 1 1

HR 2 2

RBI 25 25

BB SB-A 20 3-4 20 3-4

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2005: Played in five games as a backup catcher in first season on campus... recorded his first Spartan hit with a single in UNCG’s 11-2 win at Furman... picked up his first RBI in Spartans’ 14-0 victory at Wofford. PRIOR TO UNCG: Played one season at Mount Olive College in Mount Olive, NC... played in three games for the Trojans and posted a .286 battig average. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Person High School for head coach Steve Evans... named All-Pac-6 Conference in 2002 at third base and 2003 at catcher. PERSONAL: Samuel Ryan Martin... son of Richard and Sandy Martin... born May 30, 1985 in Roxboro, NC... majoring in international business.

Sam Martin’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .250 Totals .250

G-GS 5-0 5-0

AB 4 4

R 0 0

H 1 1

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 1 1

BB SB-A 0 0-0 0 0-0

2005: Began sesaon as closer, but used in various roles late in year due to injuries to the staff... Went 5-3 with a 4.63 earned run average in a team-leading 30 appearances on the hill... the 30 appearances is tied for the 10th most in a single-season at UNCG... struck out 61 hitters while allowing 28 base on balls... tied for the lead on the squad with six saves... earned his first collegiate win in a relief role against Delaware (Feb. 19)... struck out a seasonhigh six hitters in a 10-5 win at North Carolina A&T (Feb. 22)... recorded his first save in an 8-6 win over Ohio (Mar. 6)... hurled three hitless innings with five punchouts in a 6-3 victory over Appalachian State (May 13)... notched his first career hit and RBI in a 1-for-2 showing against Ohio (Mar. 6)... went 2for-4 with a double in a 9-4 triumph over UNC Asheville. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Ashbrook High School under head coach James Parks... set new school record with 13 wins in a season... holds Gaston County record for most base hits... all-state selection... two-time conference MVP and four-time All-Big South 3A Conference honoree... All-Gaston Gazette and Charlotte Observer in 2003 and 2004. PERSONAL: Wesley Douglas McCall... son of Bill and Debi McCall... born July 5, 1986 in Franklin, TN... major is undecided.

Wes McCall’s Career Statistics Yr. G-GS 2005 30-1 Totals 30-1

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W-L 5-3 5-3

CG 0 0

SHO 0 0

SV 6 6

ERA IP 4.63 68.0 4.63 68.0

H 79 79

R-ER BB 42-35 18 42-35 18

SO 61 61

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


2005: Started in 30 of 43 gamed he appeared in... posted a teamleading .348 batting average... finished third on the club with a .392 on-base percentage... was eight for 13 in stolen base attempts... boasted a .976 fielding percentage after committing but one error... hit a single in his first at-bat at UNCG against North Carolina A&T (Feb. 22)... went 3-for-5 with two RBI in an 11-1 win over Ohio (Mar. 4)... produced a 10-game hitting streak from Apr. 23-May 13... went 2-for-4 with two RBI against Western Carolina (Apr. 30) and at Wofford (May 6)... hit .538 (7for-13) in three-game sweep at Wofford (May 6-8)... went 3-for3 against 20th-ranked College of Charleston (May 19).

2005: Started 17 and appeared in 29 games for UNCG during his freshman campaign... logged a .259 batting average while collecting five RBI... did not commit an error in 46 total chances in the field... recorded his first career hit at N.C. State (Mar. 1)... went 2-for-4 with one RBI in 6-2 win over East Tennessee State (Mar. 25)... went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in 11-4 victory over Appalachian State (May 15).

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at St. John’s the Baptist for head coach John Habyan... ranked the No. 10 prospect in New York out of the class of 2004... a two-time member of the Catholic League All-Star team and is a three-time selection to the New York Empire State Team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Myers Park High School for head coach Les Demming... AllSouthwestern 4A Conference selection... North Carolina State Games participant... helped the Mustangs to the 2003 regular season and tournament league crowns... also earned three varsity letters in football at the quarterback position. PERSONAL: Brick Logan Smith, Jr... son of Brick Sr. and Brenda Smith...born February 27, 1986 in Charlotte, NC... majoring in exercise and sports sciences.

PERSONAL: Michael James Mongiello... son of James and Deborah Mongiello... born September 14, 1985 in Setauket, NY... majoring in business administration.

Mike Mongiello’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .348 Totals .348

G-GS 43-30 43-30

AB 112 112

R 21 21

H 39 39

1998 Southern Conference Champions

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 14 14

BB SB-A 8 8-13 8 8-13

Logan Smith’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .259 Totals .259

G-GS 29-17 29-17

AB 54 54

R 9 9

H 14 14

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 5 5

BB SB-A 3 0-0 3 0-0

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2005: Started 16 games and appeared in 23 games as a freshman at UNCG... posted a .227 batting average with six RBI... recorded first collegiate hit and RBI in a 1-for-1 showing in an 8-6 win over Ohio (Mar. 6)... went 2-for-3 with a triple and RBI in 14-6 victory against The Citadel (Mar. 12)... cranked his first roundtripper and scored three runs in a 3-for-4 showing versus East Tennessee State (Mar. 26). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Charlotte Latin High School under head coach Fred Conger... named 2004 North Carolina Independent Schools Player of the Year... three-time All-CISAA conference selection (200204)... named all-state in 2003 and 2004. PERSONAL: Sean Charles Snell... son of Pete and Lynn Snell... born May 16, 1986 in Lansing, MI... majoring in business administration.

Sean Snell’s Career Statistics Yr. Avg. 2005 .227 Totals .227

G-GS 23-16 23-16

AB 44 44

R 10 10

H 10 10

2B 1 1

3B 1 1

HR 1 1

RBI 6 6

BB SB-A 5 0-0 5 0-0

2005: Tied for the team lead with 15 starts on the hill... posted a 6-5 overall record with a 6.75 earned run average... struck out a season-high nine batters in 4-3 win against Delaware (Feb. 20)... also picked up his first win in that game after allowing two runs on five hits in six innings... allowed a season-low three hits in a season-high 7.1 innings pitched in 4-3 victory against The Citadel (Mar. 13)... picked up sixth win of the year after holding Appalachian State to three runs (May 13). 2004: Started a team-high 12 games on the mound... named Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week (Mar. 2)... fourth on the team in strikeouts (51)... fifth on the team in innings pitched (56.1)... struck out a season-high eight batters in his first collegiate start against Fordham (Feb. 22)... also had seven strikeouts in a five inning outing against North Carolina A&T (Apr. 14). 2003: Sat out season and earned a medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Graham HS for head coach Josh Aldrich... also earned three letters in basketball... was named all-conference, all-region and all-state... helped Graham to three straight Central Tar Heel Conference championships... was a nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award... garnered a United States Marine Academic Athlete Award... finished in the top-10 of his senior class... was a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club and Monogram Club... gained valuable experience with the USA Junior Olympic Baseball team... earned a bronze medal with the squad... was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the ninth round of the 2002 Amateur Draft... highest drafted player to ever sign with UNCG. PERSONAL: Nicholas Lee Starnes... born May 14, 1984 in Burlington, NC... son of Lee and Sheila Starnes... majoring in communications.

Nick Starnes’ Career Statistics Yr. 2003 2004 2005 Total

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G-GS

W-L

16-12 17-15 33-27

3-4 6-5 9-9

CG SHO SV ERA IP H DNP - Redshirt Season 0 0 0 6.23 56.1 64 0 0 0 6.75 81.1 97 0 0 0 6.56 137.2 161

R-ER BB

SO

45-39 32 66-61 49 111-100 81

51 67 118

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Prior to UNCG

Prior to UNCG

SIERRA COLLEGE: Big Valley East First Team All-Conference selection... 2005 Team Pitcher of the Year.

ORANGE COAST COLLEGE: Posted a 5-4 overall record and a 5.43 earned run average in 15 appearances on the hill during the 2005 season... started 13 games and recorded one complete game... collecting 43 strikeouts while allowing but 18 walks in 71.1 innings pitched... went 3-3 with a 4.43 earned run average in 16 stints on the hill in 2004... finished third on the team with 36 punchouts... surrendered only nine walks in just under 41 innings of mound duty.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner for coach Cory Rossman at Foothill High School in Palo Cedro, CA... named an all-league and all-section selection in 2001 and 2002... garnered All-Record Searchlight team accolades in 2002... named team most valuable played in 2002... helped guide the Cougars to a team record 14 wins in 2002... member of a Cougar club that claimed back-to-back Northern California Sections championships in 2001 and 2002. PERSONAL: Joshua Donald Bass... son of Don Baas and Debbie Rorison... born on March 5, 1984 in Redding, CA... majoring in exercise and sports science.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner as a pitcher and infielder for coach Vince Brown at Foothill High School... helped lead the Knights to league championships in 2000 and 2002... all-state and all-league selection... Century League Conference MVP... first team all-state performer... played goalkeeper for Knights’ soccer team. PERSONAL: Robert Ryan Clear... son of the late Jay Clear and Chris Clear... born on August 30, 1983 in Newport Beach, CA... majoring in communications.

Prior to UNCG

Prior to UNCG

HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference performer as a pitcher and outfielder for coach Jim Liebler at Cardinal Gibbons High School... posted a team-leading four wins for the Apex Post 124 summer league team... recorded a team-high 37 punchouts in just under 38 innings of mound duty for Apex.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner as a pitcher and shortstop for coach Dean Perkins at Oakmont High School in Roseville, CA... garnered all-city first team accolades... named Pioneer Valley League most valuable player... selected as a optimist all-star and named Vikings’ team captain... also named team and conference MVP.

PERSONAL: Tyler Patrick Ballengee... son of Tim and Terri Ballengee... born on July 28, 1987 in Raleigh, NC... majoring in recreation and parks management.

PERSONAL: Brandon Michael Harvey... son of Steve and Cindy Harvey... born on February 4, 1985 in Monterey, CA... majoring in psychology.

1998 Southern Conference Champions

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Prior to UNCG

Prior to UNCG

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner as a catcher and outfielder for coach Tim Saunders at Dublin Coffman High School... twice selected as team most valuable player... first and second team Ohio Capital Conference selection... earned first team all-district accolades... an all-state honorable mention... also played three years of summer ball for Legion Post 614 B for coach Scott Sutherland.

WEST VALLEY JUNIOR COLLEGE: Spent the last two seasons at West Valley Junior College in Saratoga, CA under head coach Mike Perez… named a first team all-coast conference selection in 2003 after hitting .400 with nine homeruns… won the award again in 2004 after posting a .350 batting average along with eight roundtrippers.

PERSONAL: Edward Joseph Jayjack... son of Ned and Dorothy Jayjack... born on August 8, 1986 in Dublin, OH... majoring in accounting.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner and standout for coach Tim Thompson at Henry Gunn High School in Palo Alto, CA… a first team all-league selection from 1998-2002… honored as team most valuable player as a junior and senior… holds the school record for career pitching wins and owns the season earned run average… helped guide the Titans to a Santa Clara league championship in 2000… member of a 2000 Titan club that finished ranked fifth in division three in the state of California. PERSONAL: Gregory Richard Matson… son of David and Carol Matson… born on January 20, 1984 in Palo Alto, CA… majoring in sociology.

Prior to UNCG

Prior to UNCG

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner as a pitcher and infielder for coach David Miller at Chapel Hill High School… all-conference selection as a sophomore, junior and senior… earned all-state accolades as a senior… named the PAC VI Player of the Year as a junior and senior… helped guide the Tigers to conference championships in 2002, 2004 and 2005… member of only the second team in Chapel Hill HS to win 20 games (2005)… selected to play in the North Carolina East-West game… received the S.H. Basnight Award in 2005… selected as team captain in 2005 for POST 6 summer ball club… also played two years of soccer as a forward and midfielder.

HIGH SCHOOL: Six-year letterwinner as an infielder, outfielder, pitcher and catcher for coach Dave Delgado at Greenville High School... helped guide the Raiders to three region championships and a 2005 state championship... twice selected a team captain... two time all-region performer and 2005 Region Player of the Year... named to the 2005 Georgetown IP Classic all-tournament team and earned tournament MVP honors... received 2004-05 Greenville High School Louisville Slugger Award... 2005 SCBCA all-state selection... named to the HSSR all-state team and won 3A Player of the Year award in 2005... also played wide receiver for the football team.

PERSONAL: Gregory Kenneth Martin… son of Robert and Linda Martin… born on October 27, 1986 in Bedford, NH… major is undecided.

PERSONAL: Clinton Coleman McKinney... son of Ben and Cathy McKinney... born on November 17, 1986 in Greenville, SC... majoring in finance.

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1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Prior to UNCG

Prior to UNCG

TEXARKANA COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Finished third on the team with a .345 batting average in his first year under coach James Mansinger... was also third with 21 runs batted in... tied for first on the club with eight doubles... pounded out 11 extra base hits including three homeruns... saw action in 25 games as a relief pitcher and recorded an 0-1 record... posted a 6.39 earned run average in just under 13 innings of mound duty... surrendered just 15 hits while collecting 16 strikeouts... limited his opponents to a mere .278 batting average.

PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Pima Community College and was selected as an all-star as a third baseman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner as an outfielder and pitcher for head coach Danny Robey at Daingerfield High School in Daingerfield, TX... selected as an all-district, All-East Texas and all-state performer... also was named an all-state pitcher... helped guide the Tigers to the state semifinal game... also lettered two years as a running back and defensive back for the football team and was honored as an All-East Texas and all-district selection... played four seasons as a shooting guard for the Tigers’ basketball team and was named to the all-district team... ran two seasons for the track team and was a letterwinner in both years.

PERSONAL: Guy A. Welsh... son of Ty and Ann Welsh... born on May 15, 1985 in Tucson, AZ... majoring in communication.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner as a shortstop for coach Bob O’Donnell at Sabino High School in Tucson, AZ... a first team all-conference and first team coaches all-star selection as a member of the Sabercats.

PERSONAL: Jermaine C. Mitchell... son of Bobby and Kathy Mitchell... born on November 2, 1984 in Omaha, TX... majoring in public health education.

UNCG Baseball All-Time Records

Prior to UNCG HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner as a shortstop for coach Jeep St. Ledger at John T. Hoggard High School... helped guide the Vikings to a 2004 State games berth... also lettered two years as a forward for the Vikings’ soccer team... played three years of summer ball for Ledger with the Pleasure Island Post 129 squad.

Overall Year Div. 1991 II 1992 I 1993 I 1994* I 1995 I 1996 I 1997* I 1998 I 1999 I 2000 I 2001 I 2002 I 2003 I 2004 I 2005 I Overall Record: * - NCAA Bid

Record 9-33 20-26 23-22 39-18 35-19 28-24 45-17 40-18 29-26 34-24 31-28 33-22 39-21 33-21-1 31-22 469-341-1

Pct. .214 .447 .511 .627 .648 .538 .726 .690 .527 .586 .525 .611 .650 .609 .585 .578

Conference Year Conf. 1991 None 1992 None 1993 None 1994 Big South 1995 Big South 1996 Big South 1997 Big South 1998 SoCon 1999 SoCon 2000 SoCon 2001 SoCon 2002 SoCon 2003 SoCon 2004 SoCon 2005 SoCon Total Big South SoCon

Record Pct. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 20-6 .769 17-7 .708 12-6 .667 18-3 .857 22-5 .815 16-12 .571 20-9 .690 17-12 .586 17-11 .607 17-13 .567 16-14 .533 17-13 .567 210-111 .654 67-22 .753 143-89 .616

Finish n/a n/a n/a 1st t-2nd 3rd 1st 1st 5th 3rd 5th 5th t-4th 5th 5th

PERSONAL: Shane Brock Thompson... son of Marcus and Susan Thompson... born on November 19, 1986 in Wilmington, NC... undecided on a major.

1998 Southern Conference Champions

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Georgia

High Point

Texas A&M

University Information Location: .........................................................Athens, GA Nickname............................................................ Bulldogs Enrollment: ............................................................ 33,405 Founded: .................................................................. 1785 President: ........................................... Dr. Michael Adams Director of Athletics:................................... Damon Evans Colors: .......................................................... Red & Black Conference: ...............................................................SEC Home Field: .................................................... Foley Field

University Information Location: ................................................... High Point, NC Nickname............................................................Panthers Enrollment: .............................................................. 3,100 Founded: .................................................................. 1924 President: ............................................... Dr. Nido Qubein Director of Athletics:.............................Dr. Woody Gibson Colors: ...................................................... Purple & White Conference: ...................................................... Big South Home Field: ................................... George S. Erath Field

University Information Location: ............................................ College Station, TX Nickname............................................................... Aggies Enrollment: ............................................................ 45,002 Founded: .................................................................. 1876 President: ......................................... Dr. Robert M. Gates Director of Athletics:...........................................Bill Byrne Colors: .................................................... Maroon & White Conference: ............................................................Big 12 Home Field: ....................................................Olsen Field

Baseball Information Head Coach:................................................. David Perno Record at Georgia/Years: .................................136-103/4 Career Record/Years: .......................................136-103/4 2005 Record: ...........................................................30-25 Conference Record/Finish: ........................12-17/5th East Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 18/13 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 6/3

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................... Sal Bando Record at High Point/Years: ...............................70-148/5 Career Record/Years: .......................................172-236/9 2005 Record: ...........................................................19-36 Conference Record/Finish: ................................6-18/t-8th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 12/15 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 4/6

Baseball Information Head Coach:.............................................. Rob Childress Record at Texas A&M/Years: ..................0-0/First Season Career Record/Years: .............................0-0/First Season 2005 Record: ........................................................30-21-1 Conference Record/Finish: ..................................9-18/9th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 14/13 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 8/3

Media Information Baseball SID: .......................................Christopher Lakos SID Office: ............................................... (706) 542-1621 SID Fax:................................................... (706) 542-7993 SID E-mail: ................................. clakos@sports.uga.edu SID Mailing Address: .......................Butts-Mehre Building One Selig Circle Athens, GA 30603-1472 Athletic Website: ...........................www.georgiadogs.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (706) 542-7971 Press Box Phone: ........................... (706) 542-6161/6162

Media Information Baseball SID: .............................................. Brian Morgan SID Office: ............................................... (336) 841-4605 SID Fax:................................................... (336) 841-9182 SID E-mail: ................................bmorgan@highpoint.edu SID Mailing Address: ......................... High Point Athletics 833 Montlieu Ave. High Point, NC 27262 Athletic Website: .................. www.highpointpanthers.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (336) 841-9190 Press Box Phone: .................................... (336) 841-3077

Media Information Baseball SID: ..................................... Chuck Glenewinkel SID Office: ............................................... (979) 845-3239 SID Fax:................................................... (979) 229-6453 SID E-mail: .............................chuck@athletics.tamu.edu SID Mailing Address: ........................Texas A&M Athletics P.O. Box 30017 College Station, TX 77842-3017 Athletic Website: .........................www.aggieathletics.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (979) 845-4810 Press Box Phone: .................................... (979) 458-3604

Missouri State

Utah

Ohio State

University Information Location: .................................................. Springfield, MO Nickname.................................................................Bears Enrollment: ............................................................ 20,741 Founded: .................................................................. 1905 President: ....................................... Dr. Michael T. Nietzel Director of Athletics:........................................... Bill Rowe Colors: .................................................... Maroon & White Conference: .............................................. Missouri Valley Home Field: .............................................Hammons Field

University Information Location: .............................................. Salt Lake City, UT Nickname...................................................................Utes Enrollment: ............................................................ 28,933 Founded: .................................................................. 1850 President: ............................................. Michael K. Young Director of Athletics:...................................... Dr. Chris Hill Colors: ................................................... Crimson & White Conference: .............................................. Mountain West Home Field: ..................................... Franklin Covey Field

University Information Location: ................................................... Columbus, OH Nickname.......................................................... Buckeyes Enrollment: ............................................................ 50,995 Founded: .................................................................. 1870 President: ............................................Karen A. Holbrook Director of Athletics:................................... Eugene Smith Colors: .......................................................Scarlet & Gray Conference: .......................................................... Big Ten Home Field: ......................................... Bill Davis Stadium

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................. Keith Guttin Record at Missouri State/Years: .....................808-480/23 Career Record/Years: .....................................808-480/23 2005 Record: ...........................................................26-29 Conference Record/Finish: ..............................10-14/t-5th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 21/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 9/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:...............................................Bill Kinneberg Record at Utah/Years: ..........................................49-58/2 Career Record/Years: .....................................294-241/10 2005 Record: ...........................................................19-36 Conference Record/Finish: ................................10-20/5th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 13/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:......................................................Bob Todd Record at Ohio State/Years: ........................726-364-2/18 Career Record/Years: ..................................850-446-2/22 2005 Record: ...........................................................40-20 Conference Record/Finish: ..............................17-12/t-4th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 18/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/3

Media Information Baseball SID: ...........................................Celya McCullah SID Office: ............................................... (417) 836-5402 SID Fax:................................................... (417) 836-4868 SID E-mail: .................celyamccullah@missouristate.edu SID Mailing Address: ...................Missouri State Athletics 901 South National Avenue Springfield, MO 65897 Athletic Website: ................ www.missouristatebears.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (417) 836-5242 Press Box Phone: .....................(417) 832-3029 ext. 3070

Media Information Baseball SID: ................................................Andy Seeley SID Office: ............................................... (801) 581-3771 SID Fax:................................................... (801) 581-4358 SID E-mail: ........................ aseeley@huntsman.utah.edu SID Mailing Address: .................................. Utah Athletics 1825 E. South Campus Drive-Front Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0900 Athletic Website: ...........www.utahutes.collegesports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (801) 581-3526 Press Box Phone: .................................... (801) 464-6969

Media Information Baseball SID: .................................................. Todd Lamb SID Office: ............................................... (614) 688-0343 SID Fax:................................................... (614) 292-8547 SID E-mail: ............................................lamb.8@osu.edu SID Mailing Address: .................Rm. 124, St. John Arena 410 Woody Hayes Drive Columbus, OH 43210 Athletic Website: ... ohiostatebuckeyes.collegesports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (614) 292-1075 Press Box Phone: .................................... (614) 292-0021

Feb. 17-19 Athens, GA Foley Field

Feb. 25 College Station, TX Olsen Field

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Feb. 21/Apr. 11 High Point, NC/Greensboro, NC Erath Field/UNCG Baseball Stadium

Feb. 26 College Station, TX Olsen Field

Feb. 24/27 College Station, TX Olsen Field

Mar. 3 Jacksonville, FL Harmon Stadium

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Western Michigan

Bethune-Cookman

Florida

University Information Location: ................................................... Kalamazoo, MI Nickname.............................................................Broncos Enrollment: ............................................................ 27,829 Founded: .................................................................. 1903 President: ............................................ Dr. Judith I. Bailey Director of Athletics:............................. Kathy Beauregard Colors: ........................................................Brown & Gold Conference: ................................................Mid-American Home Field: ................................................ Hyames Field

University Information Location: ............................................ Daytona Beach, FL Nickname............................................................ Wildcats Enrollment: .............................................................. 2,900 Founded: .................................................................. 1904 President: ......................................Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed Director of Athletics:........................... Lynn W. Thompson Colors: ......................................................Maroon & Gold Conference: ............................................................MEAC Home Field: ..............................Jackie Robinson Ballpark

University Information Location: ................................................... Gainesville, FL Nickname............................................................... Gators Enrollment: ............................................................ 48,673 Founded: .................................................................. 1853 President: ..................................... Dr. J. Bernard Machen Director of Athletics:.................................... Jeremy Foley Colors: ...................................................... Orange & Blue Conference: ...............................................................SEC Home Field: ........................................McKethan Stadium

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................. Randy Ford Record at Western Michigan/Years: .....................26-24/1 Career Record/Years: ...........................................26-24/1 2005 Record: ...........................................................26-24 Conference Record/Finish: ..................................13-9/4th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 16/9 Position Starters Returning/Lost ................................ 10/6

Baseball Information Head Coach:..........................................Mervyl Melendez Record at Bethune-Cookman/Years: ................177-171/6 Career Record/Years: .......................................177-171/6 2005 Record: ...........................................................22-28 Conference Record/Finish: ................................. 11-6/2nd Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 13/16 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 3/6

Baseball Information Head Coach:...............................................Pat McMahon Record at Florida/Years: ..................................174-85-1/4 Career Record/Years: ..................................527-259-1/13 2005 Record: ...........................................................48-23 Conference Record/Finish: ................................ 20-10/1st Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 24/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 7/2

Media Information Baseball SID: ............................................. Paula Haughn SID Office: ............................................... (269) 387-4123 SID Fax:................................................... (269) 387-4139 SID E-mail: ............................ paula.haughn@wmich.edu SID Mailing Address: .............Western Michigan Athletics 1903 West Michigan Avenue Kalmazoo, MI 49008 Athletic Website: .......................... www.wmubroncos.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (269) 276-3208 Press Box Phone: .................................... (269) 998-2236

Media Information Baseball SID: .......................................... Bryan J. Harvey SID Office: ............................................... (386) 481-2206 SID Fax:................................................... (386) 481-2238 SID E-mail: .................................harveyb@cookman.edu SID Mailing Address: ............ Office of Sports Information 640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Athletic Website: ...................www.cookman.edu/athletics Baseball Office: ....................................... (386) 481-2224 Press Box Phone: .................................... (386) 226-3362

Media Information Baseball SID: .................................................. John Hines SID Office: ............................................... (352) 375-4683 SID Fax:................................................... (352) 375-4809 SID E-mail: ..............................johnh@gators.uaa.ufl.edu SID Mailing Address: .................. Sports Information-UAA Gale Lemerand Drive, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville, FL 32611 Athletic Website: ............................... www.gatorzone.edu Baseball Office: .....................(352) 375-4683 (Ext. 4457) Press Box Phone: ........(352) 375-4683 (Ext. 4355, 4356)

Kent State

NC State

Albany

University Information Location: ............................................................ Kent, OH Nickname.................................................Golden Flashes Enrollment: ............................................................ 36,000 Founded: .................................................................. 1910 President: ..................................... Dr. Carol A. Cartwright Director of Athletics:.................................. Laing Kennedy Colors: ..................................................Navy Blue & Gold Conference: ................................................Mid-American Home Field: .....................................Schoonover Stadium

University Information Location: ........................................................Raleigh, NC Nickname........................................................... Wolfpack Enrollment: ............................................................ 29,957 Founded: .................................................................. 1887 President: ...................................... Dr. James L. Oblinger Director of Athletics:........................................ Lee Fowler Colors: ..........................................................Red & White Conference: .............................................................. ACC Home Field: .....................................................Doak Field

University Information Location: ......................................................... Albany, NY Nickname......................................................Great Danes Enrollment: ............................................................ 12,015 Founded: .................................................................. 1844 President: ..............................................Dr. Kermit L. Hall Director of Athletics:................................ Dr. Lee McElroy Colors: ........................................................Purple & Gold Conference: .................................................America East Home Field: .................................................. Varsity Field

Baseball Information Head Coach:............................................... Scott Stricklin Record at Kent State/Years: .................................33-20/1 Career Record/Years: ...........................................33-20/1 2005 Record: ...........................................................33-20 Conference Record (Finish): .................... 9-10/t-3rd East Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 17/6 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 6/3

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................. Elliott Avent Record at NC State/Years: ...............................338-212/9 Career Record/Years: .....................................563-423/17 2005 Record: ...........................................................41-19 Conference Record/Finish: ................................17-13/6th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 21/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 7/2

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................. Jon Mueller Record at Albany/Years: ................................131-151-1/6 Career Record/Years: ....................................131-151-1/6 2005 Record: ...........................................................20-19 Conference Record/Finish: ................................ 10-11/5th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 15/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/4

Media Information Baseball SID: ........................................... Aaron Chimenti SID Office: ............................................... (330) 672-8468 SID Fax:....................................................(330) 672-2112 SID E-mail: .......................................achiment@kent.edu SID Mailing Address: .........................Kent State Athletics P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242-0001 Athletic Website: ...................... www.kentstatesports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (330) 672-3696 Press Box Phone: .................................... (330) 807-5789

Media Information Baseball SID: .........................................Bruce Winkworth SID Office: ................................................(919) 515-1182 SID Fax:................................................... (919) 515-2898 SID E-mail: ..........................bruce_winkworth@ncsu.edu SID Mailing Address: ........................... NC State Athletics P.O. Box 8505 Raleigh, NC 27695-8505 Athletic Website: ................................... www.gopack.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (919) 515-3613 Press Box Phone: .................................... (919) 513-0653

Media Information Baseball SID: ................................................ Sean Tainsh SID Office: ............................................... (518) 442-5733 SID Fax:................................................... (518) 442-3139 SID E-mail: ........................... stainsh@uamail.albany.edu SID Mailing Address: ...............................Albany Athletics 1400 Washington Ave., PE 307 Albany, NY 12222 Athletic Website: .......................... www.albany.edu/sports Baseball Office: ....................................... (518) 442-3014 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ n/a

Mar. 4 Jacksonville, FL Harmon Stadium

Mar. 10-12 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Mar. 5 Jacksonville, FL Harmon Stadium

Mar. 5 Raleigh, NC Doak Field

Mar. 7-8 Gainesville, FL McKethan Stadium

Mar. 17-19 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

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Princeton

College of Charleston

North Carolina A&T

University Information Location: ..................................................... Princeton, NJ Nickname................................................................ Tigers Enrollment: .............................................................. 4,600 Founded: .................................................................. 1746 President: .............................................. Shirley Tilghman Director of Athletics:.................................Gary D. Walters Colors: .....................................................Orange & Black Conference: .................................................... Ivy League Home Field: ...................................................Clarke Field

University Information Location: ...................................................Charleston, SC Nickname............................................................ Cougars Enrollment: ............................................................ 11,617 Founded: .................................................................. 1770 President: .......................................................Lee Higdon Director of Athletics:........................................Jerry Baker Colors: .................................................... Maroon & White Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: .................................................Patriots Point

University Information Location: .................................................Greensboro, NC Nickname............................................................... Aggies Enrollment: ............................................................ 11,160 Founded: .................................................................. 1891 President: ........................................ Dr. James C. Renick Director of Athletics:....................................DeLores Todd Colors: ...........................................................Blue & Gold Conference: ...................................... Mid-Eastern Athletic Home Field: ..................................War Memorial Stadium

Baseball Information Head Coach:................................................Scott Bradley Record at Princeton/Years: ...............................191-167/8 Career Record/Years: .......................................191-167/8 2005 Record: ...........................................................17-24 Conference Record/Finish: ..............................10-10/t-4th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 17/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 6/3

Baseball Information Head Coach:........................................... John Pawlowski Record at College of Charleston/Years: ........214-136-1/6 Career Record/Years: ....................................214-136-1/6 2005 Record: ...........................................................48-15 Conference Record/Finish: .................................. 27-3/1st Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 12/16 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 4/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:............................................. Keith Shumate Record at North Carolina A&T/Years: ..........152-307-2/12 Career Record/Years: ..................................152-307-2/12 2005 Record: ...........................................................27-27 Conference Record/Finish: .................................. 12-6/1st Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 18/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 7/2

Media Information Baseball SID: ....................................................Yariv Amir SID Office: ............................................... (609) 258-5701 SID Fax:................................................... (609) 258-2399 SID E-mail: .....................................yamir@princeton.edu SID Mailing Address: .......................... Princeton Athletics P.O. Box 71, Jadwin Gym Princeton, NJ 08544 Athletic Website: ................... www.goprincetontigers.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (609) 258-3568 Press Box Phone: .................................... (609) 258-4849

Media Information Baseball SID: .................................................. Tony Ciuffo SID Office: ............................................... (843) 953-5465 SID Fax:................................................... (843) 953-6534 SID E-mail: ............................................. ciuffo@cofc.edu SID Mailing Address: ....... College of Charleston Athletics 30 George Street Charleston, SC 29424 Athletic Website: .............................. www.cofcsports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (843) 953-5916 Press Box Phone: .................................... (843) 953-9141

Media Information Baseball SID: ............................................ Brian Holloway SID Office: ............................................... (336) 334-7141 SID Fax:................................................... (336) 334-7181 SID E-mail: ...................................... bmhollow@ncat.edu SID Mailing Address: ................. 1601 East Market Street Suite 200, Moore Gymnasium Greensboro, NC 27411 Athletic Website: ............................. www.ncataggies.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (336) 334-7371 Press Box Phone: ........................................................ n/a

The Citadel

UNC Asheville

Appalachian State

University Information Location: ...................................................Charleston, SC Nickname............................................................ Bulldogs Enrollment: ............................................................... 1800 Founded: .................................................................. 1842 President: .....................................Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Director of Athletics:.................................... Les Robinson Colors: ............................................. Citadel Blue & White Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ......................................................Riley Park

University Information Location: ..................................................... Asheville, NC Nickname............................................................ Bulldogs Enrollment: .............................................................. 3,500 Founded: .................................................................. 1927 President: ...............................................Dr. Anne Ponder Director of Athletics:........................................Janet Cone Colors: ............................................... Royal Blue & White Conference: ...................................................... Big South Home Field: ...........................................Greenwood Field

University Information Location: ......................................................... Boone, NC Nickname.................................................... Mountaineers Enrollment: ............................................................ 14,800 Founded: .................................................................. 1899 President: ...................................Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Director of Athletics:..................................... Charlie Cobb Colors: ......................................................... Black & Gold Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ..................................................Lackey Field

Baseball Information Head Coach:..................................................Fred Jordan Record at The Citadel/Years:..........................490-346/14 Career Record/Years: .....................................490-346/14 2005 Record: ...........................................................25-34 Conference Record/Finish: ................................17-19/6th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 21/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:............................................... Willie Stewart Record at UNC Asheville/Years: ........................... 11-42/1 Career Record/Years: ........................................... 11-42/1 2005 Record: ........................................................... 11-42 Conference Record/Finish: ..................................3-21/9th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 23/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 7/2

Baseball Information Head Coach:................................................ Chris Pollard Record at Appalachian State/Years: .....................10-42/1 Career Record/Years: .......................................150-149/6 2005 Record: ...........................................................10-42 Conference Record/Finish: ................................ 5-24/11th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 11/14 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 4/5

Media Information Baseball SID: .............................................. Melanie Long SID Office: ............................................... (843) 953-5120 SID Fax:................................................... (843) 953-5058 SID E-mail: ............................ Melanie.Long@citadel.edu SID Mailing Address: ....................... The Citadel Athletics 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409 Athletic Website: .......................... www.citadelsports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (843) 953-5285 Press Box Phone: .................................... (843) 965-4151

Media Information Baseball SID: ............................................... Everett Hutto SID Office: ............................................... (828) 251-6931 SID Fax:................................................... (828) 251-6386 SID E-mail: ...........................................ehutto@unca.edu SID Mailing Address: ................... One University Heights Justice Center, CPO #2600 Asheville, NC 28804 Athletic Website: ......................... www.uncabulldogs.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (828) 251-6903 Press Box Phone: .................................... (828) 251-6387

Media Information Baseball SID: ...................................................Mike Flynn SID Office: ............................................... (828) 262-2845 SID Fax:................................................... (828) 262-6106 SID E-mail: ..................................flynnmh@appstate.edu SID Mailing Address: ............ Appalachian State Athletics P.O. Box 32116 Boone, NC 28608 Athletic Website: .....................................www.goasu.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (828) 262-6097 Press Box Phone: .................................... (828) 265-8664

Mar. 21-22 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Charleston, SC Riley Park

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Mar. 24-26 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

Apr. 5 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

Mar. 29 Greensboro, NC Horizon Park

Apr. 7-9 Boone, NC Lackey Field

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Wake Forest

Apr. 12/26 Winston-Salem, NC/Greensboro, NC Hooks Stadium/ UNCG Baseball Stadium University Information Location: ........................................... Winston-Salem, NC Nickname............................................. Deamon Deacons Enrollment: .............................................................. 3,950 Founded: .................................................................. 1834 President: .........................................Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Director of Athletics:.................................... Ron Wellman Colors: ...................................................Old Gold & Black Conference: .............................................................. ACC Home Field: ..............................................Hooks Stadium

Davidson

North Carolina

University Information Location: .....................................................Davidson, NC Nickname............................................................ Wildcats Enrollment: .............................................................. 1,700 Founded: .................................................................. 1837 President: .......................................................Bobby Vagt Director of Athletics:....................................... Jim Murphy Colors: .......................................................... Red & Black Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: .................................................. Wilson Field

Apr. 18/May 16 Greensboro, NC/Chapel Hill, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium/ Boshamer Stadium University Information Location: .................................................. Chapel Hill, NC Nickname...........................................................Tar Heels Enrollment: ............................................................ 26,878 Founded: .................................................................. 1789 President: ................................................. James Moeser Director of Athletics:.................................... Dick Baddour Colors: ...........................................Carolina Blue & White Conference: .............................................................. ACC Home Field: ....................................... Boshamer Stadium

Baseball Information Head Coach:............................................ Rick Rembielak Record at Wake Forest/Years:..............................28-30/1 Career Record/Years: ..................................401-281-1/12 2005 Record: ...........................................................28-30 Conference Record/Finish: ................................12-18/8th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 19/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:...................................................Dick Cooke Record at Davidson/Years: ..........................298-460-1/15 Career Record/Years: ..................................309-492-1/16 2005 Record: ...........................................................26-24 Conference Record/Finish: ................................13-17/9th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 15/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/4

Baseball Information Head Coach:...................................................... Mike Fox Record at North Carolina/Years: ....................287-145-1/7 Career Record/Years: ..................................827-286-5/22 2005 Record: ........................................................41-19-1 Conference Record/Finish: .............................17-10-1/5th Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 19/12 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/5

Media Information Baseball SID: .......................................... Michael Bertsch SID Office: ............................................... (336) 758-5640 SID Fax:................................................... (336) 758-5140 SID E-mail: .........................................bertscmr@wfu.edu SID Mailing Address: ..... Wake Forest Sports Information ................................................................... P.O. Box 7426 ............................................... Winston-Salem, NC 27109 Athletic Website: ................... www.wakeforestsports.com Baseball Office: ........................................................... n/a Press Box Phone: .....................................(336) 759-9711

Media Information Baseball SID: ................................................ Rick Bender SID Office: ............................................... (704) 894-2123 SID Fax:................................................... (704) 894-2636 SID E-mail: .................................ribender@davidson.edu SID Mailing Address: ...........................Davidson Athletics Box 7158 Davidson, NC 28035-7158 Athletic Website: ...................www.davidson.edu/athletics Baseball Office: ....................................... (704) 894-2368 Press Box Phone: .................................... (704) 894-2740

Media Information Baseball SID: ................................................. John Martin SID Office: ............................................... (919) 962-0084 SID Fax:................................................... (919) 843-2309 SID E-mail: ......................................johnmartin@unc.edu SID Mailing Address: .................. North Carolina Athletics P.O. Box 2126 Chapel Hill, NC 27515 Athletic Website: .............................www.tarheelblue.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (919) 962-2351 Press Box Phone: .................................... (919) 962-3509

Georgia Southern

Furman

Western Carolina

University Information Location: ...................................................Statesboro, GA Nickname............................................................... Eagles Enrollment: ............................................................ 16,646 Founded: .................................................................. 1906 President: ........................................... Dr. Bruce F. Grube Director of Athletics:........................................ Sam Baker Colors: ......................................................... Blue & White Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ...................................J.I. Clements Stadium

University Information Location: ....................................................Greenville, SC Nickname............................................................ Paladins Enrollment: .............................................................. 2,600 Founded: .................................................................. 1826 President: .................................................... Dr. David Shi Director of Athletics:................................... Dr. Gary Clark Colors: ...................................................... Purple & White Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ........................................... Furman Stadium

University Information Location: ................................................... Cullowhee, NC Nickname.......................................................Catamounts Enrollment: .............................................................. 9,000 Founded: .................................................................. 1889 President: ............................................Dr. John W. Bardo Director of Athletics:........................................ Chip Smith Colors: ........................................................Purple & Gold Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ........................................... Hennon Stadium

Baseball Information Head Coach:........................................... Rodney Hennon Record at Georgia Southern/Years:..................230-136/6 Career Record/Years: ....................................311-174-1/8 2005 Record: ...........................................................38-22 Conference Record/Finish: ............................... 18-11/2nd Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 15/12 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 4/5

Baseball Information Head Coach:.................................................... Ron Smith Record at Furman/Years:.............................289-357-3/12 Career Record/Years: ..................................289-357-3/12 2005 Record: ...........................................................30-29 Conference Record/Finish: ................................13-16/8th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 19/9 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 6/3

Baseball Information Head Coach:................................................ Todd Raleigh Record at Western Carolina/Years: ..................182-162/6 Career Record/Years: .......................................182-162/6 2005 Record: ...........................................................33-23 Conference Record/Finish: ................................18-12/3rd Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 18/9 Position Starters Returning/Lost ................................ 10/4

Media Information Baseball SID: ........................................ Patrick Osterman SID Office: ............................................... (912) 681-0352 SID Fax:................................................... (912) 681-0046 SID E-mail: ............... prosterman@georgiasouthern.com SID Mailing Address: ................................. P.O. Box 8085 Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA 30469 Athletic Website: .......... www.georgiasoutherneagles.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (912) 486-7360 Press Box Phone: .................................... (912) 681-2508

Media Information Baseball SID: .................................................Hunter Reid SID Office: ............................................... (864) 294-2061 SID Fax:................................................... (864) 294-3061 SID E-mail: ................................ hunter.reid@furman.edu SID Mailing Address: ...........................Furman University 3300 Poinsett Highway Greenville, SC 29613 Athletic Website: ...................... www.furmanpaladins.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (864) 294-2146 Press Box Phone: .................................... (864) 294-3066

Media Information Baseball SID: .............................................. Mike Cawood SID Office: ............................................... (828) 227-2339 SID Fax:................................................... (828) 227-7688 SID E-mail: ................................cawood@email.wcu.edu SID Mailing Address: ................................. WCU Athletics Ramsey Center Cullowhee, NC 28723 Athletic Website: .................... www.catamountsports.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (828) 227-7338 Press Box Phone: .................................... (828) 227-7020

Apr. 21-23 Statesboro, GA Eagle Field

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Apr. 14-16 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

Apr. 28-30 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium

May 5-7 Cullowhee, NC Hennon Stadium

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Wofford

May 12-13 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium University Information Location: ................................................ Spartanburg, SC Nickname.............................................................. Terriers Enrollment: .............................................................. 1,160 Founded: .................................................................. 1854 President: ....................................Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap Director of Athletics:............................... Richard Johnson Colors: ...................................................Old Gold & Black Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: .....................................Russell C. King Field Baseball Information Head Coach:................................................Steve Traylor Record at Wofford/Years: .................................102-207/6 Career Record/Years: ..................................726-600-3/25 2005 Record: ...........................................................17-37 Conference Record/Finish: ................................7-23/10th Letterman Returning/Lost .......................................... 19/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 5/3 Media Information Baseball SID: ................................................. Steve Shutt SID Office: ............................................... (864) 597-4093 SID Fax:................................................... (864) 597-4129 SID E-mail: ...................................... shuttsj@wofford.edu SID Mailing Address: ............................. Wofford Athletics Wofford College Spartanburg, SC 29303 Athletic Website: ..................... www.wofford.edu/athletics Baseball Office: ....................................... (864) 597-4126 Press Box Phone: .................................... (864) 597-4478

Elon

May 18-20 Greensboro, NC UNCG Baseball Stadium University Information Location: .............................................................Elon, NC Nickname............................................................. Phoenix Enrollment: .............................................................. 4,956 Founded: .................................................................. 1889 President: ............................................... Dr. Leo Lambert Director of Athletics:................................... Dr. Alan White Colors: ......................................................Maroon & Gold Conference: ....................................................... Southern Home Field: ..................................................Latham Park

All-time Series Records vs. All Opponents Opponent

Rec.

First

Last

Opponent

Rec.

First

Last

Alabama

1-2

1996

1996

Le Moyne

6-0

2003

2004

Albany

5-0

2000

2005

Liberty

15-13

1991

2005

Auburn

0-6

1995

1996

Long Beach State

0-1

1997

1997

Appalachian State

25-11

1991

2005

LSU

0-1

1997

1997

Ball State

1-1

1997

1997

Maryland

14-4

1994

1999

Belmont Abbey

0-1

1991

1991

UMBC

10-1

1994

1997

Methodist

1-1

1991

1991

1992

Mercyhurst

0-1

1991

1991

Bethune-Cookman Bowling Green

First Meeting 0-1

1992

Brown

1-0

2002

2002

Missouri State

Butler

0-1

1996

1996

Montreat

1-0

First Meeting 1996

1996

Campbell

5-2

1991

1994

Mt. Olive

0-1

1991

1991

Catawba

1-1

1991

1991

New Hampshire

1-0

1994

1994

Charleston Southern

8-6

1994

1997

North Carolina A&T

29-3

1991

2005 2005

The Citadel

13-19

1993

2005

NC State

3-18

1991

Cleveland State

1-0

1997

1997

North Carolina

3-9

1992

2004

College of Charleston 10-15

1999

2005

UNC Asheville

17-2

1992

2005

Connecticut

3-0

2001

2001

UNC Wilmington

11-8

1992

2005

Cornell

1-0

2003

2003

Norfolk State

0-1

1991

1991

Davidson

25-14

1991

2005

Northern Illinois

1-0

1996

1996

12-3

1991

2005

Delaware

3-0

2005

2005

Ohio

Detroit

1-1

1992

1992

Ohio State

Drexel

3-0

2003

2003

Old Dominion

2-3

1991

1993

Duke

0-1

1999

1999

Pfeiffer

1-0

1991

1991

East Carolina

7-4

1992

2001

Princeton

Eastern Kentucky

4-0

2002

2003

Radford

7-6

1992

1997

Elon

7-10

1991

2005

Richmond

2-4

1995

1998

East Tennessee State

19-11

1991

2005

Southern California

0-2

1994

1994

Farleigh Dickinson

3-2

1991

1998

Shippensburg

0-1

1991

1991

Fairfield

7-0

1994

1997

Southeastern Louisiana 1-0

1994

1994

1993

1993

First Meeting

First Meeting

Florida

1-3

1999

2000

Stetson

Florida State

0-4

1997

1998

Texas A&M

0-2

Fordham

3-0

2004

2004

Towson

6-1 1-0

First Meeting 1994

1998

1994

1994

Furman

16-16

1993

2005

Tulane

Georgia

2-3

1995

1999

Utah

Baseball Information Head Coach:.............................................. Mike Kennedy Record at Elon/Years: ....................................274-224-3/9 Career Record/Years: ....................................274-224-3/9 2005 Record: ...........................................................32-25 Conference Record/Finish: ............................. 18-12/t-3rd Letterman Returning/Lost ........................................ 25/14 Position Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 6/3

Georgia Southern

15-13

1992

2005

Virginia

4-7

1992

Georgia Tech

1-1

2000

2000

VMI

18-7

1992

2003

George Mason

0-1

2005

2005

VCU

2-0

1997

1997

George Washington

6-3

1996

2002

Virginia Tech

2-3

1992

1993

Guilford

2-1

1991

1992

Wake Forest

7-26

1992

2005

Harvard

2-0-1

1993

2004

Western Carolina

20-10

1992

2005

Media Information Baseball SID: .................................................. Chris Rash SID Office: ............................................... (336) 278-6712 SID Fax:................................................... (336) 278-6768 SID E-mail: .............................................crash@elon.edu SID Mailing Address: .................................. Elon Athletics 2500 Campus Box Elon, NC 27244 Athletic Website: ...................www.elon.edu/athletics.com Baseball Office: ....................................... (336) 278-6741 Press Box Phone: .................................... (336) 278-6788

High Point

9-4

1991

2005

Western Michigan

Houston

1-0

1997

1997

William & Mary

6-3

1991

2005

Howard

1-0

1995

1995

Winthrop

8-9

1991

1997

Jacksonville

1-0

1997

1997

Wofford

21-5

1997

2005

James Madison

1-2

1998

2005

Xavier

2-0

1993

1997

Kent State

0-2

1992

1992

Yale

3-2

1994

1996

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First Meeting 2004

First Meeting

2006 Opponents in Bold 1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Record: 31-22

Home: 21-8

Away: 9-11

Neutral: 1-3

SoCon: 17-13

OFFENSIVE STATISTICS 35 9 6 27 25 44 7 24 36 18 16 21 3 19 23 2 5

Player Mike Mongiello Chris Mason Jeremy Roulin Adam Deleo Jay Maule Justin Crist David Adams Logan Smith Sam Martin Jake Linney Sean Snell Danny McClure Roly Gonzalez Wes McCall Greg Feltes Jon Denote Patrick Currin

Totals Opponents

AVG .348 .324 .324 .286 .263 .263 .262 .259 .250 .231 .227 .225 .200 .194 .193 .100 .000

GP 43 52 53 45 50 42 49 29 5 50 23 43 38 18 32 23 1

GS 30 52 53 38 50 42 47 17 0 43 16 31 19 11 22 6 0

AB 112 219 216 140 171 156 164 54 4 156 44 111 75 36 83 30 0

.269 .275

53 53

53 1771 53 1791

R 21 36 45 17 34 21 24 9 0 19 10 17 12 2 13 5 0

H 39 71 70 40 45 41 43 14 1 36 10 25 15 7 16 3 0

2B 3 11 19 9 10 10 11 4 0 5 1 7 3 2 5 1 0

285 476 274 493

101 96

3B HR RBI TB 0 0 14 42 3 7 36 109 0 3 41 98 0 1 21 52 2 6 27 77 0 2 23 57 1 3 23 65 0 0 5 18 0 0 1 1 1 2 25 49 1 1 6 16 0 0 14 32 0 0 8 18 0 0 2 9 1 1 6 26 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 9 14

26 255 673 34 255 719

SLG% .375 .498 .454 .371 .450 .365 .396 .333 .250 .314 .364 .288 .240 .250 .313 .133 .000

BB HBP 8 0 8 3 25 2 7 0 26 13 17 8 22 1 3 3 0 1 20 7 5 1 12 3 12 3 9 0 13 3 6 0 0 0

.380 193 .401 154

SO GDP OB% SF 29 1 .392 0 22 3 .352 3 21 3 .394 3 12 4 .309 5 32 1 .396 2 28 0 .357 4 19 5 .347 3 9 1 .333 0 2 0 .400 0 23 0 .339 3 11 0 .314 1 23 4 .315 1 18 0 .333 0 5 0 .356 0 19 1 .323 0 3 4 .243 1 0 0 .000 0

48 276 38 410

27 46

.352 26 .342 18

SH 2 4 1 2 1 2 4 0 0 4 6 2 1 0 5 1 0

SB ATT PO A 8 13 40 1 15 16 29 68 12 14 82 159 1 1 304 25 7 9 100 3 3 4 361 27 6 7 56 135 0 0 31 15 0 0 0 0 3 4 63 3 0 0 113 14 4 6 49 1 7 10 23 1 0 0 83 23 2 3 39 60 0 0 12 29 0 0 6 5

E FLD% 1 .976 5 .951 11 .956 5 .985 1 .990 0 1.000 14 .932 0 1.000 0 .000 3 .957 3 .977 1 .980 1 .960 0 1.000 5 .952 2 .953 2 .846

35 30

68 52

57 75

87 1402 592 82 1376 562

.972 .963

LOB - Team (412), Opp (360). DPs turned - Team (52), Opp (33). CI - Team (5), Snell 3, Deleo 2. IBB - Team (6), Maule 3, Adams 2, Mason 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Feltes 2, Maule 2, Roulin 1, Mongiello 1, Linney 1, Deleo 1, Adams 1.

PITCHING STATISTICS 31 30 9 5 32 19 14 15 11 22

Player ERA Clark Erskine 0.00 Kory Judd 1.98 Chris Mason 2.88 Patrick Currin 3.48 Adam Krieger 3.58 Wes McCall 4.63 Clay Gibson 5.08 Ryan Falcon 5.40 Nick Starnes 6.75 Jonathan Nichols 12.60

Totals Opponents

4.39 4.81

W 0 1 6 5 4 5 3 1 6 0 31 22

L APP 0 1 0 5 7 19 4 24 2 16 3 30 0 10 0 4 5 17 1 7 22 31

53 53

GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 1 0 0 0 0 13.2 10 15 8 1 0 2 118.2 103 5 0 0 0 6 75.0 83 8 0 0 0 0 50.1 48 1 0 0 0 6 68.0 79 3 0 0 0 0 28.1 31 4 0 0 0 0 20.0 20 15 0 0 0 0 81.1 97 1 0 0 0 1 10.0 20 53 53

8 4

1 3

0 2

15 467.1 493 7 458.2 476

R 0 3 52 38 24 42 20 12 66 17

ER 0 3 38 29 20 35 16 12 61 14

BB SO 3 1 6 14 24 135 13 62 15 21 18 61 9 24 8 18 49 67 9 7

2B 0 3 15 14 14 15 6 3 21 5

3B 0 0 5 1 0 4 1 1 1 1

HR 0 1 9 2 2 4 1 3 10 2

AB B/Avg WP HBP 7 .286 1 1 48 .208 1 0 436 .236 9 6 291 .285 6 8 188 .255 3 2 270 .293 6 3 111 .279 3 4 80 .250 1 0 309 .314 5 13 51 .392 3 1

274 228 154 410 96 285 245 193 276 101

14 9

34 1791 26 1771

.275 38 .269 37

38 48

BK SFA 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 3 2 2 0 1 1 5 0 0 5 4

18 26

SHA 0 0 11 1 5 7 1 0 5 0 30 35

PB - Team (10), Snell 6, Deleo 4, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (6), Mason 2, Starnes 1, Deleo 1, McCall 1, Gibson 1, Opp (9). SBA/ATT - Deleo (42-58), Starnes (20-28), Snell (10-18), Currin (7-13), Krieger (8-10), Mason (4-10), McCall (5-8), Gibson (4-7), Nichols (3-3), Judd (0-2), Falcon (1-1).

Miscellaneous Records Non-Conference ........................................................ 14-9 Day Games.............................................................. 21-17 Night Games.............................................................. 10-5 February ...................................................................... 5-2 March......................................................................... 10-6 April ............................................................................. 8-9 May .............................................................................. 8-5 Monday ........................................................................ 0-0 Tuesday ....................................................................... 4-2 Wednesday.................................................................. 3-2 Thursday...................................................................... 0-2 Friday........................................................................... 6-4 Saturday ...................................................................... 8-7 Sunday ...................................................................... 10-3 vs. LHP starters ..........................................................11-6 vs. RHP starters ...................................................... 20-16 When Spartans score first ......................................... 21-9 When opponent scores first ..................................... 10-13 Leading after one inning .............................................11-5 Trailing after one inning ............................................... 4-9 Leading after 8 innings .............................................. 29-0 Trailing after 8 innings ............................................... 2-20 Tied after 8 innings ...................................................... 0-1 When Spartans out-hit opponent ............................... 25-2 When opponent out-hits Spartans ............................. 5-19 When hits are tied........................................................ 1-1 1998 Southern Conference Champions

When UNCG is errorless .......................................... 13-7 When opponenet is errorless....................................... 9-6 When UNCG hits a home run ...................................... 5-4 When opponent hits a home run ..............................10-11 1-Run Games ............................................................ 10-3 2-Run Games .............................................................. 4-4 5+Run Games ............................................................8-11 Extra Innings................................................................ 1-1 Shutouts ...................................................................... 1-3 When UNCG scores 0-2 runs .....................................1-11 When UNCG scores 3-5 runs ...................................... 8-7 When UNCG scores 6-9 runs .................................... 15-4 When UNCG scores 10+ runs ..................................... 7-0 When opponent scores 0-2 runs ............................... 10-2 When opponent scores 3-5 runs ............................... 17-4 When opponent scores 6-9 runs ................................4-11 When opponent scores 10+ runs ................................ 0-5

Team Game Highs At bats ............................................44 at Wofford (May 6) Runs scored ...................................14 at Wofford (May 6) Hits ....................................... 17 vs. The Citadel (Mar. 12) RBI........................................ 14 vs. The Citadel (Mar. 12) Doubles ............................................7 at Wofford (May 6) Triples ..................................... 3 vs. The Citadel (Mar. 12) Home runs ........................................4 at Wofford (May 8)

Total bases ........................... 33 vs. The Citadel (Mar. 12) Walks ...............................9 vs. Georgia Southern (Apr. 9) Strikeouts..............11 vs. East Tennessee State (Mar. 27) Sacrifice hits ............................................... 3 (Four times) Sacrifice flies ............................. 3 vs. Delaware (Feb. 19) Stolen bases ............................................... 4 (Four times) Hit by pitch .............................. 3 vs. The Citadel (Mar. 12) Caught Stealing .....................2 vs. Wake Forest (Apr. 27) Runners LOB .................13 vs. Georgia Southern (Apr. 9) Hit into DP .......................... 3 vs. UNC Asheville (Apr. 20) Putouts .................................... 33 vs. Delaware (Feb. 19) Assists .............................. 18 vs. UNC Asheville (Apr. 20) Errors ....................................................7 at Elon (Apr. 24) Passed balls ................................ 2 at Davidson (Mar. 19) DPs turned..................... 4 vs. Western Carolina (Apr. 30) Innings pitched ..................... 11.0 vs. Delaware (Feb. 19) Runs allowded ......16 vs. East Tennessee State (Mar. 26) Earned runs ..........15 vs. East Tennessee State (Mar. 26) Walks allowded .........9 at College of Charleston (May 19) Strikeouts..............16 vs. East Tennessee State (Mar. 25) Hits allowded ........18 vs. East Tennessee State (Mar. 26) Doubles allowded ...............................5 vs. Elon (May 25) Triples allowded .............................. 2 vs. Liberty (Apr. 17) Homers allowded .... 3 vs. College of Charleston (May 26) Wild pitches .......................3 vs. George Mason (Feb. 25) Hit batters ...........................................3 vs. Elon (May 25) 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide • 23


Date Feb 18 Feb 19 Feb 20 Feb 22 Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 01 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 06 Mar 08 Mar 09 Mar 11 Mar 12 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 22 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Apr 02 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 05 Apr 09 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 23 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 27 Apr 29 Apr 30 May 01 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 11 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 21 May 21 May 25 May 26

Opposing team DELAWARE DELAWARE DELAWARE at North Carolina A&T vs George Mason# vs James Madison# at UNC Wilmington# at North Carolina State OHIO OHIO OHIO NORTH CAROLINASTATE WILLIAM & MARY THE CITADEL* THE CITADEL* THE CITADEL* at Davidson* at Davidson* at Davidson* ALBANY EAST TENNESSEE STATE* EAST TENNESSEE STATE* EAST TENNESSEE STATE* at Furman* at Furman* at Furman* at High Point GEORGIA SOUTHERN* GEORGIA SOUTHERN* GEORGIA SOUTHERN* at Liberty LIBERTY NORTH CAROLINA A&T UNC ASHEVILLE at Elon* at Elon* at Elon* WAKE FOREST WESTERN CAROLINA* WESTERN CAROLINA* WESTERN CAROLINA* at Wofford* at Wofford* at Wofford* HIGH POINT APPALACHIAN STATE* APPALACHIAN STATE* APPALACHIAN STATE* at College of Charleston* at College of Charleston* at College of Charleston* vs Elon& vs College of Charleston&

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L L L L L

r-h-e 5-10-2 6-9-5 4-9-0 10-11-0 5-7-1 8-7-1 3-9-3 1-7-1 11-12-1 3-6-1 8-11-1 6-8-2 6-13-2 2-4-1 14-17-3 4-11-1 1-6-1 3-10-0 7-9-2 4-6-0 6-12-3 8-12-0 0-3-1 3-6-1 5-8-0 11-11-0 3-6-1 4-10-0 8-11-1 4-8-0 0-2-0 7-10-0 10-11-2 9-13-1 2-4-2 5-9-2 4-11-7 2-7-0 1-6-0 7-8-0 6-11-1 14-17-0 6-11-1 9-14-1 6-8-0 6-10-0 6-7-0 11-16-0 1-6-0 2-5-1 0-5-2 6-9-1 2-7-1

r-h-e 1-3-0 5-7-1 3-7-0 5-8-5 9-12-2 3-10-1 9-14-3 11-13-1 1-5-1 7-11-0 6-10-1 11-16-3 5-7-1 1-3-0 6-8-2 3-3-2 2-7-1 2-9-0 5-12-3 1-5-2 2-4-0 16-18-1 1-5-1 5-5-1 2-7-1 2-7-2 1-5-2 6-15-1 6-11-0 3-9-0 3-7-2 3-9-3 6-10-3 4-10-1 9-11-3 12-13-0 8-7-1 4-8-1 3-8-0 8-8-1 5-9-0 0-8-3 5-8-0 5-13-2 5-10-4 3-9-2 3-9-3 4-9-3 9-14-0 7-15-4 8-14-1 12-16-0 8-12-0

Inns 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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

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

Pitcher of record Mason (W 1-0) McCall (W 1-0) Starnes (W 1-0) McCall (W 2-0) Mason (L 1-1) Falcon (W 1-0) Starnes (L 1-1) Currin (L 0-1) Mason (W 2-1) Currin (L 0-2) Starnes (W 2-1) Nichols (L 0-1) Krieger (W 1-0) Mason (W 3-1) Currin (W 1-2) Starnes (W 3-1) Mason (L 3-2) Currin (W 2-2) McCall (W 3-0) Gibson (W 1-0) Mason (W 4-2) Starnes (L 3-2) Krieger (L 1-1) Mason (L 4-3) Starnes (W 4-2) Krieger (W 2-1) Gibson (W 2-0) McCall (L 3-1) Starnes (W 5-2) McCall (W 4-1) Starnes (L 5-3) Currin (W 3-2) Judd (W 1-0) Currin (W 4-2) Currin (L 4-3) Starnes (L 5-4) Mason (L 4-4) McCall (L 4-2) Mason (L 4-5) McCall (L 4-3) Gibson (W 3-0) Mason (W 5-5) Currin (W 5-3) McCall (W 5-3) Krieger (W 3-1) Starnes (W 6-4) Mason (W 6-5) Krieger (W 4-1) Starnes (L 6-5) Mason (L 6-6) Krieger (L 4-2) Currin (L 5-4) Mason (L 6-7)

Attend 275 258 246 189 3142 1472 492 161 212 185 204 258 160 197 256 256 189 338 238 199 272 231 213 302 302 337 155 336 296 279 302 452 378 180 180 147 410 333 269 353 648 514 458 210 359 248 223 302 838 983

Time 2:06 3:11 2:44 2:34 2:29 2:45 2:55 2:31 2:42 2:35 3:02 3:15 2:39 1:58 3:00 2:34 2:22 2:52 3:16 2:30 1:57 3:11 2:34 1:58 2:16 2:22 2:24 2:39 2:55 2:13 1:54 2:38 2:22 2:25 2:41 2:46 2:12 2:41 1:50 2:48 2:46 2:29 2:09 2:29 2:45 2:21 2:17 2:24 2:25 2:09 2:28 2:36 2:18

() - extra inning game # - Hughes Bros. Challenge (Wilmington, NC) & - Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) * - Conference game

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1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


2005 SoCon Standings Team College of Charleston Georgia Southern Western Carolina Elon UNC Greensboro The Citadel East Tennessee State Furman Davidson Wofford Appalachian State

SoCon 27-3 18-11 18-12 18-12 17-13 14-16 13-16 13-16 13-17 7-23 5-24

Pct. .900 .621 .600 .600 .567 .467 .448 .448 .433 .233 .172

Overall 48-15 38-22 33-23 32-25 31-22 25-34 31-22 30-29 26-24 17-37 10-42

2005 SoCon Team Statistics Pct. .762 .633 .589 .561 .585 .424 .585 .508 .520 .315 .192

2005 SoCon Individual Statistical Leaders Batting

Pitching

Average Jay Heafner, DAV .............................. .448 Brett Gardner, COFC ......................... .447 D.J. Wabick, COFO ........................... .415 James Payne, GSU ........................... .407 Greg Dowling, GSU ........................... .400

ERA Chris Mason, UNCG ....................... 2.88 Matt McSwain, ELON ........................ 2.92 Link Saunders, CIT ............................ 3.15 Patrick Currin, UNCG ...................... 3.48 Ryan Hodinka, FUR........................... 3.66

Hits Brett Gardner, COFC .......................... 122 D.J. Wabick, COFC ............................ 108 Chris Campbell, COFC ....................... 102 James Payne, GSU .............................. 99 Phillip Coker, COFC ............................. 97

Wins Jeremy Hall, ETSU ............................... 10 Everett Teaford, GSU ............................. 9 Dustin Evans, GSU................................. 9 Ryan Edell, COFC .................................. 8 Steve Cogswell, GSU ............................. 8

Doubles D.J. Wabick, COFC .............................. 27 Jason Hurst, GSU................................. 24 Brett Pelfrey, GSU ................................ 23 Chuck Hargis, ETSU ............................ 22 2 tied with 21

Innings Pitched Everett Teaford, GSU .......................119.2 Chris Mason, UNCG .......................118.2 Josh Lairsey, GSU ............................112.0 Jeremy Hall, ETSU ...........................111.2 Dustin Evans, GSU.......................... 104.1

Triples Evan Erickson, ELON ............................. 5 Brett Gardner, COFC .............................. 5 Shane Byrne, ETSU ............................... 5 Matt Matulia, CIT .................................... 4 Flint Wipke, GSU .................................... 4

Strikeouts Chris Mason, UNCG ......................... 135 Everett Teaford, GSU ..........................118 Dustin Evans, GSU............................... 97 Jeremy Hall, ETSU ............................... 91 Ben Hunter, FUR .................................. 89

Home Runs Caleb Moore, ETSU ............................. 15 Chris Campbell, COFC ......................... 15 Derrick Smith, GSU .............................. 13 Flint Wipke, GSU .................................. 13 Steven Strausbaugh, WCU .................. 12

Saves Brett Harker, COFC .............................. 15 Caleb Moore, ETSU ..............................11 Charles Vartanian, WOF......................... 7 Steve Cogswell, GSU ............................. 7 Nick Hollstegge, FUR ............................. 7

RBI Chris Campbell, COFC ......................... 87 Caleb Moore, ETSU ............................. 73 Evan Erickson, ELON ........................... 68 D.J. Wabick, COFC .............................. 66 Jason Hurst, GSU................................. 60

Opponent Batting Average Link Saunders, CIT ............................ .234 Chris Mason, UNCG ........................ .237 Ben Hunter, FUR ............................... .237 Matt McSwain, ELON ........................ .243 Dustin Evans, GSU............................ .253

Runs Scored Brett Gardner, COFC ............................ 85 Logan Phillips, GSU ............................. 76 Gary Morris, ELON ............................... 71 Shane Byrne, ETSU ............................. 70 D.J. Wabick, COFC .............................. 69

Appearances Luke Miller, WCU .................................. 37 Josh Fish, ASU ..................................... 34 Justin Hartanov, DAV ............................ 33 Steve Cogswell, GSU ........................... 32 Wes McCall, UNCG ............................. 30

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Batting School College of Charleston Georgia Southern Davidson East Tennessee State Elon Furman The Citadel Western Carolina Wofford UNC Greensboro Appalachian State

AVG .355 .331 .325 .320 .308 .298 .297 .293 .272 .269 .268

GP 63 60 50 53 57 59 59 56 54 53 52

AB 2292 2135 1819 1876 1991 2058 2107 1934 1759 1772 1820

R 553 464 366 419 458 360 347 375 278 285 248

H 814 707 592 601 613 613 626 566 478 476 488

2B 174 139 126 137 127 96 108 105 86 101 93

3B 17 15 6 18 17 12 16 14 4 9 10

HR 58 67 68 69 43 35 37 44 36 26 25

RBI 495 426 325 394 410 305 317 340 249 255 220

SB-ATT 99-128 97-134 69-94 81-97 55-89 75-106 71-90 25-49 29-36 68-87 19-41

ERA 4.06 4.39 4.99 5.06 5.28 5.89 5.93 6.16 6.40 7.18 8.15

W-L 48-15 31-22 32-25 30-29 38-22 25-34 33-23 26-24 31-22 17-37 10-42

CG 1 8 0 2 8 2 3 2 0 3 4

SV 19 15 5 14 10 8 17 9 15 8 3

IP 568.0 467.1 501.2 519.1 530.1 524.1 491.1 436.2 464.0 444.0 437.1

H 602 493 580 605 602 603 627 558 608 605 685

R 319 274 347 365 364 387 380 354 399 434 527

ER 256 228 278 292 311 343 324 299 330 354 396

BB 184 154 207 193 209 281 170 171 193 218 239

K 509 410 375 391 436 389 359 314 327 303 306

Pitching School College of Charleston UNC Greensboro Elon Furman Georgia Southern The Citadel Western Carolina Davidson East Tennessee State Wofford Appalachian State

2005 All-SoCon Teams Coaches

Media

First Team P - Chris Mason, UNC Greensboro P - Everett Teaford, Georgia Southern RP - Brett Harker, College of Charleston C - Caleb Moore, East Tennessee State 1B - D.J. Wabick, College of Charleston 2B - Chris Campbell, College of Charleston SS - Chuck Hargis, East Tennessee State 3B - Jay Heafner, Davidson OF - Brett Gardner, College of Charleston OF - Jason Hurst, Georgia Southern OF - Phillip Coker, College of Charleston DH - Blake Church, East Tennessee State DH - Brett Anderson, College of Charleston

First Team P - Chris Mason, UNC Greensboro P - Danny Gemma, College of Charleston RP - Brett Harker, College of Charleston C - Caleb Moore, East Tennessee State 1B - D.J. Wabik, College of Charleston 2B - Chris Campbell, College of Charleston SS - Chuck Hargis, East Tennessee State 3B - Jay Heafner, Davidson OF - Brett Gardner, College of Charleston OF - Jason Hurst, Georgia Southern OF - Shane Byrne, East Tennessee State DH - Brett Anderson, College of Charleston

Second Team P - Danny Gemma, College of Charleston P - Jeremy Hall, East Tennessee State RP - Calem Moore, East Tennessee State C - Alex Entrekin, Davidson 1B - Evan Erickson, Elon 2B - Nick Crowe, East Tennessee State SS - A.J. Davidiuk, Furman 3B - Logan Phillips, Georgia Southern OF - Steve Strausbaugh, Western Carolina OF - Chris Price, Elon OF - Shane Byrne, East Tennessee State DH - Taylor Shoop, Davidson

Second Team P - Reid Price, College of Charleston P - Everett Teaford, Georgia Southern RP - Caleb Moore, East Tennessee State C - Alex Entrekin, Davidson 1B - Evan Erickson, Elon 2B - Nick Crowe, East Tennessee State SS - Brad Peisel, Appalachian State 3B - Logan Phillips, Georgia Southern OF - Chris Price, Elon OF - Phillip Coker, College of Charleston OF - James Payne, Georgia Southern DH - Blake Church, East Tennessee State

Player of the Year Jay Heafner, Davidson

Player of the Year Jay Heafner, Davidson

Pitcher of the Year Brett Harker, College of Charleston

Pitcher of the Year Chris Mason, UNC Greensboro

Freshman of the Year Steve Strausbaugh, Western Carolina

Freshman of the Year Steve Strausbaugh, Western Carolina

Coach of the Year John Pawlowski, College of Charleston

Coach of the Year John Pawlowski, College of Charleston 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide • 25


The Southern Conference, which enters its 85th season of intercollegiate competition in 2005, has become known as one of the nation’s leaders in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has excelled as the premier Division IAA football conference since earning that classification in 1981. The Conference currently consists of 11 members in four states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Throughout its history, the Southern Conference has been an innovator in college athletics. The Southern Conference was the first “super conference” with its charter membership including the likes of Alabama, Auburn, and North Carolina. The SoCon, as it has come to be known by headline writers throughout the country, is the league that gave birth to the three-point shot in college basketball and was the college home of such sporting greats as Arnold Palmer, Jerry West and Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. League athletes have been recognized countless times on Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America and district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes-Scholarship winners have been selected from the conference. The Southern Conference office is located in the Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, SC. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon a first class meeting area as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. MEMBERSHIP HISTORY The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 at a meeting in Atlanta, Ga. Fourteen institutions from the 30-member Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) reorganized as the Southern Conference. Those charter members included Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. Athletic competition began in the fall of 1921. In 1922, six more schools - Florida, Louisiana State, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt - joined the fold. A year later, the University of the South joined the ranks. Virginia Military Institute became a member in 1925 and Duke University came into the fold in 1929. Since then, conference membership has experienced a series of membership changes with 42 institutions having been affiliated with the league. The league has undergone two major transitions during its history. The first occurred in December 1932 when the Southeastern Conference was formed out of the 23-school Southern Conference. The league’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized to help reduce the extensive travel demands that were present in the league at the time. In 1936, the Southern Conference invited The Citadel, William & Mary, Davidson, Furman, Richmond and Wake Forest to join the membership. The second major shift happened in 1953 when Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest officially withdrew from the league to form the Atlantic Coast Conference. This change was brought about due to the desire of many of those schools to schedule a greater number of regular season basketball games against their local rivals. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans four Southeastern states. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. The most recent addition, Elon University, joined the Southern Conference on July 1, 2003. The Phoenix replaced Virginia Military Institute which left the conference on June 30, 2003. East Tennessee State, which joined the SoCon in 1978, left the conference following the conclusion of the 2004-05 academic year. LEADERSHIP Entering the 2005 football campaign, Geoff Cabe serves as the Southern Conference’s interim commissioner. A member of the conference staff since 1988, Cabe has been involved in every facet of the SoCon’s operation. Since 2002, he has been senior associate commissioner where his duties have included serving as the

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SoCon Membership Appalachian State Mountaineers (Boone, NC • 1971) College of Charleston Cougars (Charleston, SC • 1998) The Citadel Bulldogs (Charleston, SC • 1936) Davidson Wildcats (Davidson, NC • 1936-88, 1991) Elon Phoenix (Elon, NC • 2003) Furman Paladins (Greenville, SC • 1936) Georgia Southern Eagles (Statesboro, GA • 1991) UNC Greensboro Spartans (Greensboro, NC • 1997) Chattanooga Mocs (Chattanooga, TN • 1976) Western Carolina Catamounts (Cullowee, NC • 1976) Wofford Terriers (Spartanburg, SC • 1997)

executive producer for all of the SoCon’s championship events and coordinator of all external relationships for the conference. Cabe previously headed up the league’s media relations department (1991-95) and its championships area (1995-99) and has been both an assistant commissioner and associate commissioner. Cabe, now in his second term as the interim commissioner, replaced Danny Morrison who served as commissioner from November 13, 2001 until June 15, 2005. Morrison recently became the director of athletics at Texas Christian University. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. He was succeeded by Dave Hart in 1987 who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, NC to Asheville, NC. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball Tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current SoCon logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. He became the president of the Asheville franchise of the National Basketball Development League in 2001. CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. In May of 1923, the league held its first outdoor track and field championship in Montgomery, Ala. Mississippi A&M (now Mississippi State) captured six individual titles on its way to winning the team championship. Two other sports - cross country and tennis - held their first championships during the 1920s. North Carolina won the initial cross country team championship in 1926 in Athens, Ga. Tennis crowned its first singles and doubles champions in New Orleans, La. in 1928. Donald Cram of Vanderbilt was the league’s first singles champion, while Leonard Chamberlin and Maurie Bayon of Tulane won the doubles title. The 1930s saw four more sports - wrestling, indoor track and

field, swimming and golf - celebrate their first conference championships. VMI played host to and won the first league wrestling team championship in 1930. Washington & Lee won the first indoor track team championship, which also took place in 1930 and was held at Chapel Hill, N.C. The University of Virginia hosted and won the first league swimming championship in 1933, while Duke captured the first conference golf team title at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. later that same year. Baseball was introduced as a Southern Conference sport in 1947 as Clemson captured the league championship that year. Rifle held its first conference championship in 1956, while soccer was the most recently added men’s sport in 1967. The Southern Conference began sponsoring women’s sports during the 1983-84 season. That year, volleyball, basketball and tennis championships were held in the league. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Southern Conference currently declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis, golf and softball. OTHER SPORTS In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949 before falling to Texas. Demon Deacon second baseman Charles Teague was named the CWS Most Valuable Player. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the CWS by current conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete-of-the-Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14-year career in the major leagues. In 1960, he was named the National League MVP after he led the league in batting with a .325 average for the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. Among Southern Conference alums to grace Major League Baseball fields have been Atlee Hammaker (East Tennessee State), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). SoCon active MLB players include Angles third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel), and pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn (VMI) who both pitched with Oakland in 2005. Arnold Palmer, perhaps the most famous golfer to have ever lived, competed under the Southern Conference banner as a collegian at Wake Forest. He took medalist honors at the Southern Conference Tournament in 1948 and 1949 and was the tournament’s runnerup in 1950. Palmer was the medalist at the NCAA Golf Championships in 1949 and 1950. He went on to become one of the most accomplished golfers to play on the professional tour. Palmer won 60 tournaments while competing on the PGA Tour and has added 10 more victories as a member of the Senior PGA Tour. He has also won eight major championships - four Masters, two British Opens, one US Open and one US Amateur. Women’s sports are relatively young in the league’s history. In 1992-93, the Southern Conference celebrated its 10th Anniversary of women’s athletics. Furman golfer Dottie Pepper was named the Southern Conference Women’s Athlete-of-the-Decade in conjunction with that event. Appalachian State’s Mary Jayne Harrelson won the NCAA Outdoor title at 1500 meters in 1999 and 2001. Most recently, Furman’s Brandi Jackson won the NCAA Women’s Golf East Regional in the spring of 2003.

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


First Horizon Park - Home of the Greensboro Grasshoppers

The Greensboro Grasshoppers, Single A affiliate for the Florida Marlins, opened First Horizon Park on April 3, 2005 to a sold out crowd of 8,540. The stadium was constructed to meet Class AA standards with room for expansion beyond. The seating capacity for First Horizon Park currently stands at 7,599, including a seating bowl of 5,300 chair back seats, 16 luxury suites, a party deck and two grass berm and picnic areas. In the 2005 season the Grasshoppers broke the all-time single season attendance record for professional baseball in Greensboro with a total of 407,711 fans who attended First Horizon Park, surpassing the previous mark of 260,340 set in 1981. Greensboro finished the season ranked in the top 15 percent in attendance in all of Minor League Baseball, averaging 5,908 fans per game. The Spartans will take on in-city rival North Carolina A&T at First Horizon Park on Wednesday, Mar. 29 at 6 pm.

UNCG Baseball Stadium Seat Donors James and Betty Allen ARAMARK Alma and Bill Barrier Richard Beavers Family John P. Bielski Don Brady David and Martha Brown Dawn and Jeff Burke Mike and Nancy Burke Frances and Floyd Cable Mike and Cheryl Callahan Centura Securities In honor of Ann Clendenin Lawrence C. Davis

The UNCG baseball team begins its eighth UNCG Baseball Stadium - Home of the UNCG Spartans season at the UNCG Baseball Stadium in 2006. The stadium was dedicated versus George Washington on February 12, 1999, before an overflow crowd of 1,835. The $5.4 million project is set on approximately 13 acres and includes a state-of-theart baseball field, offices for all three coaches, a press box, a ticket office, concession building, public restrooms and a grounds maintenance building. The design also has space reserved for a field house that would include locker rooms, training facilities and additional office space. The stadium includes 889 fixed, fold-down seats and grass slopes along both foul lines which provide space for additional seating. With the availability of the additional seating, the capacity of UNCG Baseball Stadium approaches 3,500. The field has a layered design with drainage pipe in trenches covered with a gravel base and a sand/soil rootzone mixture that provides optimum turf growing conditions with excellent drainage. The major league sized dugouts are equipped with restrooms along with phones to the bullpens and press box for easy communication. Equipped with stadium lighting, scoreboard and public address system, the press box also includes a working space to accommodate print and electronic media needs. The facility is not only functional, but also aesthetically pleasing. The University and designers incorporated several features to produce an attractive, top-of-the-line facility. These features include brick walls matching other University buildings, extensive landscaping, including over 120 trees, a new University entrance sign and two significant sculptures incorporated into the buildings.

Phil and Judith Ennis Michael B. Fleming Stanley and Dorothy Frank Gate City Motor Company Terry and Cece Geremski Graphic Printing Services. Inc. Jerry and Melissa Harrelson Jana Lee Henderson Patricia and Robert Herskovitz James Claibourne Hicks, Jr Elizabeth A. Hobson Carolyn and John Kemp David B. Knight John R. Martin Tom and Mary Martin Skip & Peg Moore Chuck Moyer Neese Country Sausage, Inc. Pepsi-Cola Madelyn and Fred Phillips

Riley Park - Home of the SoCon Tournament Riley Park, located in Charleston, SC, will play host to the 17th consecutive SoCon Tournament May 24-28. Located in the banks of the Ashley River, the $19.5 million sate of the art ballpark opened in 1997, giving the SoCon one of the top collegiate baseball facilities in the nation. The park, named after long-time Charleston mayor Joseph P. Riley, holds a seating capacity of 6,000. The stadium was designed by the firm that created Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Coors Field in Denver and Jacobs Field in Cleveland. Riley Park also serves as the home of the Class A Charleston River Dogs, a South Atlantic League affiliate of the New York Yankees.

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Kathi and Jack Dubel

R.H. Barringer Dist. Co. Malinda and David Richbourg Joel and Patty Ritter Marine and Carney Ritter In honor of Cathy Roberts The Schenider Family South Trust Bank United Guaranty Corporation Mike Weaver Tony and Rita Wingler

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Batting

UNCG Single Game Records

At-bats Pat Calabrese ........................................................................................8, vs. SE Louisiana (5-27-94) Jason Sarvis .....................................................................................................8, vs. Brown (3-28-02) Runs Dominic Pattie ..................................................................................... 5, at UNC Wilmington (2-9-97) Joey DeAngelis.............................................................................................. 5, vs. NC A&T (2-26-94) Chris Healy ..........................................................................................................5, vs Xavier (3-9-93) Hits Joey DeAngelis............................................................................................... 6, vs NC A&T (2-16-94) RBI Steve Mokan....................................................................................................9, at Radford (3-30-97) Nick Lockhard ................................................................................................ 8, vs. NC A&T (2-07-01) Jay Maule ...................................................................................................... 7, vs. NC A&T (4-23-03) Nicky Phillips ....................................................................................... 7, at UNC Wilmington (2-9-97) Tonka Maynor ...........................................................................................7, vs. Wake Forest (4-9-92) 7, vs. Farleigh Dickinson (3-23-91) Steve Matyczyk ...........................................................................................7, vs. Campbell (2-18-93) Tim Giles ...............................................................................................7, vs. SE Louisiana (5-27-94) 7, vs. NC A&T (2-15-96) 7, vs. Appalachian State (4-17-96) Doubles Dominic Pattie ............................................................................................... 3, vs. NC A&T (2-12-97) Triples Justin Saltalamacchia .................................................................................2, vs. The Citadel (5-9-03) Nicky Phillips .......................................................................................2, vs. North Carolina (4-24-96) Scott Young ..................................................................................................... 2, vs. Georgia (3-3-95) Home runs Steve Mokan....................................................................................................3, at Radford (3-30-97) Tonka Maynor ...........................................................................................3, vs. Wake Forest (4-9-92) Stolen bases Brandon Weber ................................................................................................... 4, at Duke (4-20-99) Tonka Maynor ..................................................................................... 4, vs. William & Mary (3-01-91) Walks Nicky Phillips ........................................................................................................4, vs. VMI (2-17-94) Joey DeAngelis.........................................................................................4, vs. The Citadel (3-10-94) 4, vs. UMBC (4-24-94) Scott Young ......................................................................................... 4, vs. UNC Asheville (2-27-92) Jeremy Purcell ...................................................................................................... 4, at Elon (3-28-00)

Pitching Innings Pitched Many times, last by Chris Mason................................................... 9, vs. Appalachian State (5-14-05) 9, at Wofford (5-06-05) 9, vs. Western Carolina (4-29-05) 9, vs. East Tennessee State (3-25-05) 9, vs. The Citadel (3-11-05) Strikeouts Chris Mason .......................................................................... 16, vs. East Tennessee State (3-25-05) Chris Mason ................................................................................................14, at Davidson (3-18-05) Ryan Gordon ...............................................................................................14, at Davidson (3-18-00) Corey McDonald ............................................................................................ 12, at Wofford (5-25-97) Jeff Huffman ...............................................................................................12, vs. Winthrop (4-26-93)

Last season Chris Mason pitched 9.0 innings in five of the 15 games in which he started. The junior was also credited with eight complete games in his final season at UNCG.

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UNCG Single Season Records Batting

Games 1. Linwood Davis, 1997 ................................62 Steve Mokan, 1997 ...................................62 Dominic Pattie, 1997.................................62 Lance Surridge, 1997 ...............................62 5. Kenny Vawter, 1997 ..................................61 6. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ..................................60 Jason Sarvis, 2003 ...................................60 Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................60 9. Justin Saltalamacchia, 2003 .....................59 Allen Thomas, 2003 ..................................59

Home runs 1. Tim Giles, 1996.........................................17 2. Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ................................15 3. Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................13 4. Tonka Maynor, 1992 .................................12 Kyle Tasco, 2000 ......................................12 Tim Giles, 1995.........................................12 7. Jesse Martin, 2001 ...................................11 Jeremy Purcell, 1999 ................................11 8. Jeff Smith, 1999 ........................................10 Linwood Davis, 1998 ................................10

At-bats 1. Dominic Pattie, 1997...............................260 2. Lance Surridge, 1997 .............................240 3. Kirk Strebin, 2003 ...................................234 Kirk Strebin, 2002 ...................................234 5. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................................231 6. Dominic Pattie, 1998...............................230 Nicky Phillips, 1997.................................230 8. Allen Thomas, 2003 ................................229 9. Kyle Tasco, 2000 ....................................228 10. Doug Schutt, 2001 ..................................226

Total bases 1. Nicky Phillips, 1997.................................147 2. Tim Giles, 1996.......................................144 3. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................................141 4. Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ..............................139 5. Dominic Pattie, 1997...............................136 6. Tonka Maynor, 1992 ...............................134 7. Jeff Smith, 1999 ......................................127 8. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ........................125 Joey DeAngelis, 1994 .............................125 10. Shane Schumaker, 2001 ........................124

Runs 1. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ..........................74 2. Dominic Pattie, 1997.................................72 3. Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................68 4. Doug Schutt, 2001 ....................................67 Nicky Phillips, 1996...................................67 6. Tonka Maynor, 1994 .................................66 7. Allen Thomas, 2003 ..................................61 Dominic Pattie, 1998.................................61 Joey DeAngelis, 1994 ...............................61 10. Shane Schumaker, 2001 ..........................58

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

Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................72 Tim Giles, 1996.........................................68 Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ................................64 Linwood Davis, 1998 ................................60 Lance Surridge, 1997 ...............................57 Shane Schumaker, 2001 ..........................52 Kenny Vawter, 1997 ..................................51 Ryan Gordon, 2003 ..................................50 Jeremy Purcell, 1999 ................................50 10. Justin Saltalamacchia, 2003 .....................48

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dominic Pattie, 1997...............................100 Ryan Gordon, 2003 ..................................96 Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................86 Lance Surridge, 1998 ...............................79 Dominic Pattie, 1996.................................78 Tonka Maynor, 1994 .................................78 Kenny Vawter, 1998 ..................................78 8. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ..........................77 Lance Surridge, 1997 ...............................77 Kenny Vawter, 1997 ..................................77

Doubles 1. Jason Sarvis, 2002 ...................................24 2. Tonka Maynor, 1992 .................................23 3. Pat Calabrese, 1996 .................................21 Joey DeAngelis, 1994 ...............................21 5. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ..................................20 Tim Giles, 1996.........................................20 7. Jeremy Roulin, 2005 .................................19 Dominic Pattie, 1997.................................19 9. Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ................................18 Chris Mittendorf, 2001 ..............................18 Triples 1. Nicky Phillips, 1996.....................................8 2. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ............................7 3. Ryan Gordon, 2004 ....................................6 4. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ....................................5 Jeff Smith, 2000 ..........................................5 Kenny Vawter, 1997 ....................................5 Dominic Pattie, 1998...................................5 Jeff Smith, 1999 ..........................................5 9. Robbie Redic, 2004 ....................................4 Ryan Gordon, 2002 ....................................4

Nicky Phillips set single-season records with 147 total bases, 72 RBI and 45 stolen bases in 1997.

Stolen Bases 1. Nicky Phillips, 1997...................................45 2. Dominic Pattie, 1997.................................41 3. Tonka Maynor, 1994 .................................37 4. Dominic Pattie, 1998.................................35 5. Shane Schumaker, 2001 ..........................28 Doug Schutt, 2001 ....................................28 Jeff Smith, 1999 ........................................28 8. Brandon Weber, 1999 ...............................27

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


9. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ..........................26 Dominic Pattie, 1996.................................26 Walks 1. Jeremy Roulin, 2004 .................................50 2. Joey DeAngelis, 1994 ...............................49 3. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ..........................47 4. Ryan Brincat, 2004 ...................................44 5. Shane Schumaker, 2001 ..........................43 6. Doug Schutt, 2001 ....................................42 Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ................................42 Chris Madonna, 1991 ...............................42 9. Jason Sarvis, 2003 ...................................40 Linwood Davis, 1998 ................................40

On-base percentage 1. Tonka Maynor, 1992 ...............................519 2. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ........................498 3. Joey DeAngelis, 1992 .............................485 4. Joey DeAngelis, 1994 .............................482 5. Tonka Maynor, 1994 ...............................480 6. Tonka Maynor, 1991 ...............................475 7. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................................473 8. Steve Matyckyk, 1994.............................467 9. Nicky Phillips, 1997.................................466 10. Dominic Pattie, 1997...............................458

Strikeouts 1. Chad Hayes, 2001 ....................................70 2. Ryan Brincat, 2004 ...................................58 3. Steve Mokan, 1997 ...................................57 4. Ramon Balderas, 2000 .............................56 5. Jesse Lavender, 2004...............................55 Nick Lockhart, 2001 ..................................55 Linwood Davis, 1997 ................................55 8. Ryan Galligan, 2002 .................................52 Jesse Martin, 1999 ...................................52 10. Chris Cook, 2001 ......................................50

Games started 1. Everett Hancock, 2001 .............................18 Everett Hancock, 2000 .............................18 3. Scooter Michael, 2003 ..............................17 Jonathan Jackson, 1999 ...........................17 5. Chris Mason, 2005....................................15 Jay Metzger, 2003 ....................................15 Jonathan Jackson, 1997 ...........................15 Jonathan Jackson, 1998 ...........................15 Lance Surridge, 1998 ...............................15 Rhett Woehrle, 1998 .................................15

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Chris Mason set the school record for complete games (8), innings pitched (118.2) and strikeouts (135) as a junior in 2005.

Games relieved 1. Jarrett Santos, 2003 .................................40 2. Ted Toler, 2001 .........................................39 3. Taft Cable, 2000........................................36 4. Ted Toler, 1998 .........................................35 5. Jarrett Santos, 2004 .................................34

Saves 1. Sean Pick, 1994........................................11 2. Taft Cable, 2001..........................................9 3. Chris Mason, 2003......................................8 Jason Parsons, 1997 ..................................8 5. Patrick Currin, 2005 ..................................6 Wes McCall, 2005.......................................6 Jason Parsons, 1998 ..................................6 8. Jarrett Santos, 2004 ...................................5 9. Jason Parsons, 1996 ..................................4 10. Jay Kuykendall, 1993..................................4

Wins 1. Jason Parsons, 1997 ................................15 2. Scooter Michael, 2002 ..............................12 3. Jarrett Santos, 2003 .................................11 Jonathan Jackson, 1996 ...........................11 5. Jarrett Santos, 2004 ...................................9 Scooter Michael, 2004 ................................9 Ryan Gordon, 2000 ....................................9 Taft Cable, 2000..........................................9 Darrell Tillmon, 1995 ...................................9 Anthony Sylvester, 1994 .............................9 Losses 1. Andy Dvonch, 1991 ....................................7 Chris Mason, 2005......................................7 3. Ryan Falcon, 2004 ....................................6 Jay Metzger, 2002 ......................................6 Chris Cloninger, 2002 .................................6 Everett Hancock, 2000 ...............................6 Jonathan Jackson, 1999 .............................6 Corey McDonald, 1999 ...............................6 Lance Surridge, 1997 .................................6 Brian Moehler, 1993....................................6 Winning Percentage (min. five decisions) 1. Sean Gordon, 1998 ..................... 7-0, 1.000 Rhett Woerhle, 1997 .................... 7-0, 1,000 3. Anthony Sylvester, 1993 .............. 5-0, 1.000 4. Jason Parsons, 1997 ................... 15-1, .938 5. Scooter Michael, 2002 ................. 12-1, .923 6. Scooter Michael, 2004 .................... 9-1,.900 Darrell Tillmon, 1995 ...................... 9-1, .900 8. Darrell Tillmon, 1994 ...................... 5-1, .833 9. Ryan Gordon, 2000 ....................... 9-2, .818 10. Jason Parsons, 1998 ..................... 8-2, .800

Anthony Sylvester recorded a perfect 5-0 record n his freshman season of 1993.

Innings pitched 1. Chris Mason, 2005...............................118.2 2. Jay Metzger, 2002 ...............................106.1 3. Jason Parsons, 1997 ...........................105.1 4. Lance Surridge , 1997 .........................103.2 5. Jarrett Santos, 2003 ............................101.0 6. Scooter Michael, 2003 .........................100.2 7. Scooter Michael, 2002 .........................100.1 8. Chris Cloninger, 2002 ............................99.1 9. Ryan Gordon, 2000 ...............................96.2 10. Everett Hancock, 2001 ..........................95.0 Strikeouts 1. Chris Mason, 2005..................................135 2. Ryan Gordon, 2000 ................................113 3. Jarrett Santos, 2003 ...............................106 4. Taft Cable, 2000......................................101 5. Lance Surridge, 1997 ...............................91 6. Jason Parsons, 1997 ................................90 7. Ryan Falcon, 2004 ..................................86 Scooter Michael, 2002 ..............................86 9. Scooter Michael, 2003 ..............................85 10. Jonathan Jackson, 1997 ...........................80

ERA (min. 20 IP) 1. Sean Pick, 1994......................1.08 (50.0 IP) 2. Jason Parsons, 1998 ..............2.32 (66.0 IP) 3. Chris Mason, 2004..................2.36 (53.1 IP) 4. Anthony Sylvester, 1993 .........2.48 (54.1 IP) 5. Taft Cable, 2001......................2.50 (68.1 IP) 6. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................2.59 (59.0 IP) 7. Jeff Huffman, 1992..................2.64 (44.1 IP) 8. Bryan Greene, 1993 ...............2.70 (23.3 IP) 9. Jay Metzger, 2002 ................2.71 (106.1 IP) 10. Chris Mason, 2005................2.88 (118.2 IP)

Batting average (min. 100 at bats) 1. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................................416 2. Tonka Maynor, 1992 ...............................410 3. Dominic Pattie, 1997...............................385 4. Kenny Vawter, 1998 ................................380 5. Tonka Maynor, 1994 ...............................379 6. Shane Schumaker, 2000 ........................376 7. Ryan Gordon, 2004 ................................374 Nicky Phillips, 1997.................................374 9. Scott Young, 1995...................................371 10. Ryan Gordon, 2002 ................................366 Slugging percentage 1. Tonka Maynor, 1992 ...............................775 2. Tim Giles, 1996.......................................731 3. Chris Cook, 1997 ....................................692 4. Nicky Phillips, 1997.................................639 5. Jeremy Purcell, 2000 ..............................629 6. Joey DeAngleis, 1994 .............................622 7. Ryan Gordon, 2003 ................................610 Shane Schumaker, 2000 ........................610 9. Ryan Gordon, 2004 ................................604 10. Jay Maule, 2003 .....................................601

Sean Pick, 1994........................................34 Ted Toler, 2000 .........................................32 Taft Cable, 2001........................................31 Wes McCall, 2005 ....................................29 Sean Gordon, 1998 ..................................29

Pitching

Appearances 1. Jarrett Santos, 2003 .................................41 2. Ted Toler, 2001 .........................................40 3. Taft Cable, 2000........................................38 4. Ted Toler, 1998 .........................................35 Jason Parsons, 1997 ................................35 6. Jarrett Santos, 2004 .................................34 Teft Cable, 2001........................................34 Sean Pick, 1994........................................34 9. Ted Toler, 2000 .........................................32 10. Wes McCall, 2005 ....................................30

Taft Cable, who was selected in the eighth round of the 2001 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies, ranks third in appearances (38), third in relief appearances (36), fourth in strikeouts (101) and fifth in ERA (2.50).

7. 8. 9. 10.

Brian Moehler stands seventh on the school’s all-time games started list, starting 35 games for the Spartans during his three years at UNCG (91-93). As a member of the Detroit Tigers, he started the final game at Tiger Stadium and the first game at Comerica Park.

Complete Games 1. Chris Mason, 2005......................................8 2. Jay Metzger, 2002 ......................................6 3. Lance Surridge, 1997 .................................4 4. Scooter Michael, 2002 ................................3 Jonathan Jackson, 1996 .............................3 Jonathan Jackson, 1999 .............................3 Anthony Sylvester, 1996 .............................3 8. Scooter Michael, 2004 ................................2 Everett Hancock, 2000 ...............................2 Lance Surridge, 1998 .................................2

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UNCG Career Statistics Batting

Games 1. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................225 2. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................223 3. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ........................206 4. Corey McDonald (1996-99) ....................204 5. Brandon Weber (1996-99) .....................203 6. Steve Matyckyk (1992-95) ......................196 7. Scott Young (1992-95) ............................194 Jesse Martin (1999-02) ...........................194 9. Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ........................190 10. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................188 At-bats 1. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................867 2. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................780 3. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ..........................688 4. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................683 5. Scott Young (1992-95) ............................672 6. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................667 7. Steve Matyckyk (1992-95) ......................662 8. Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................659 Jesse Martin (1999-02) ...........................659 10. Brandon Weber (1996-99) ......................655 Batting average (minimum 300 at bats) 1. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ..........................381 2. Kenny Vawter (1997-98) .........................366 3. Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................363 4. Shane Schumaker (2000-01)..................357 5. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................347 6. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................345 7. Lance Surridge (1997-98) .......................340 8. Tim Giles (1994-96) ................................335 9. Jesse Martin (1999-02) ...........................332 10. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................328

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................174 Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................170 Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................166 Brandon Weber (1996-99) ......................163 Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ..........................148 Scott Young (1992-95) ............................135 Shane Shumaker (2000-01) ...................132 Jason Sarvis (2000-03)...........................126

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................171 Tim Giles (1994-96) ................................159 Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................151 Ryan Gordon (2000-2004) ......................150 Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................145 Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................123 Jesse Martin (1999-2002) .......................122 Jay Maule (2002-2005) ...........................105 Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ......................102 Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ..........................92

Doubles 1. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ........................60 2. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ..........................52 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .........................51 4. Ryan Gordon (2000-2004) ........................50 Tonka Maynor (1991-94)...........................50 6. Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ..........................45 7. Tim Giles (1994-96) ..................................39 8. Jason Sarvis (2000-2003).........................38 9. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ............................36 10. Jesse Martin (1999-02) .............................34

Hits 1. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................299 2. Ryan Gordon (2000-2004) ......................262 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................239 Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................239 5. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................237 6. Joey DeAngelis(1991-94) .......................219 7. Brandon Weber (1996-99) ......................194 8. Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ........................184 9. Scott Young (1992-95) ............................182 10. Tim Giles (1994-96) ................................173 Runs 1. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................218 2. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................190

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Stolen bases 1. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................115 2. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ............................87 3. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)...........................77 4. Brandon Weber (1996-99) ........................62 5. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ............................61 6. Shane Schumaker (2000-01)....................54 7. Jeremy Purcell (1997,00)..........................47 8. Jeff Smith (1999-00) .................................46 9. Kenny Vawter, (1997-98) ..........................44 10. Chris Cook (1997-01) ...............................42

Triples 1. Ryan Gordon (2000-2004) ........................16 2. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ............................15 3. Shane Schumaker (2000-01)....................11 4. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) ...........................9 5. Jason Sarvis (2000-03)...............................8 Tonka Maynor (1991-94).............................8 Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ............................8 Jay Maule (2002-2005) ...............................8 9. Jesse Martin (1999-02) ...............................7 Scott Young (1992-95) ................................7 Home runs 1. Tim Giles (1994-96) ..................................38 2. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .........................37 3. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)...........................25 4. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ........................24 5. Jesse Martin (1999-2002) .........................23 6. Jay Maule (2002-2005) .............................22 Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ............................22 8. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ............................19 9. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ........................16 10. Shane Schumaker (2000-01)....................15

8. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ....................77 9. Jarrett Santos (2003-04) ...........................75 10. Andy Dvonch (1991-94) ............................73 Games started 1. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ....................58 2. Scooter Michael (2001-04) .......................56 3. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ....................47 4. Everett Hancock (1999-2002) ...................44 5. Jay Metzger (2001-04)..............................41 6. Jeff Huffman (1991-94) .............................40 7. Brian Moehler (1991-93) ...........................35 8. Corey McDonald (1996-99) ......................34 9. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ............................28 10. Lance Surridge (1997-98) .........................26

Walks 1. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................136 2. Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................123 3. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................114 4. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................113 5. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................110 6. Scott Young (1992-95) ............................106 7. Brandon Weber (1996-99) ........................98 8. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ........................93 9. Chris Healy (1992-95)...............................91 10. Steve Mokan (1997-99) ............................81 Strikeouts 1. Corey McDonald (1996-99) ....................184 2. Jesse Martin (1999-2002) .......................177 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................161 4. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ......................156 5. Stephen Vaughan (1993-96)...................138 Scott Young (1992-95) ............................138 7. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................136 8. Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ........................131 9. Chris Healy (1992-95).............................126 10. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................113

Jeremy Purcell led UNCG in doubles, home runs and RBI in 1999 and 2000. He also ranks among the top five in doubles and home runs.

Current assistant coach Shane Schumaker hit for a .357 average, fourth-best in school history, during his two-year career with the Spartans

Total bases 1. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .......................419 2. Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ..........................401 3. Dominic Pattie (1995-98) ........................400 4. Tonka Maynor (1991-94).........................380 5. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ..........................369 6. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94) ......................361 7. Tim Giles (1994-96) ................................330 8. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ......................257 9. Jason Sarvis (2000-03)...........................243 10. Scott Young (1992-95) ............................243

Hit by pitch 1. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) ............................30 2. Steve Mokan (1997-99) ............................28 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00) .........................26 4. Pat Calabrese (1993-96) ..........................25 5. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95) ........................23 Jesse Martin (1999-2002) .........................23 7. Jay Maule (2002-2005) .............................21 8. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)...........................19 9. Matt Faulkner (1993-94) ...........................18 10. Dan Schneider (1991-94) .........................18

Pitching

ERA 1. Sean Pick (1991-94) ..............................3.03 2. Chris Mason (2003-2005) ......................3.08 3. Jason Parsons (1995-98) ......................3.31 4. Scooter Michael (2000-04) ....................3.64 5. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) .................3.69 6. Ted Toler (1998-01)................................3.70 7. Jeff Huffman (1991-94) ..........................3.94 8. Everett Hancock (1999-02) ....................3.95 9. Bryan Greene (1993-94) ........................3.98 Appearances 1. Ted Toler (1998-01).................................130 2. Jason Parsons (1995-98) .......................118 3. Taft Cable (1998-01) ...............................104 4. Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) .........................89 5. Chris Cloninger (1999-02) ........................84 Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ....................84 7. Scooter Michael (2001-04) .......................81

Tonka Maynor, the school’s all-time RBI leader, led the Spartans in RBI home runs, hits, stolen bases and batting average three times. Games Relieved 1. Ted Toler (1998-01).................................129 2. Jason Parsons (1995-98) .........................93 3. Taft Cable (1999-01) .................................85 4. Jarrett Santos (2003-04) ...........................75 5. Sean Pick (1991-94) .................................71 6. Chris Cloninger (1999-02) ........................66 7. Patrick Currin (2003-current) .................62 Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) .........................62 9. John Posey (1992-94) ..............................55 10. Andy Dvonch (1991-94) ............................51 Wins 1. Jason Parsons (1995-98) .........................34 2. Scooter Michael (2000-04) .......................32 3. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ....................30 4. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ....................24 5. Jarrett Santos (2003-04) ...........................20 Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) .........................20 Taft Cable (1998-01) .................................20 8. Jay Metzger (2001-04)..............................19 9. Jeff Huffman (1991-94) .............................18 10. Everett Hancock (1999-02) .......................17 Losses 1. Brian Moehler (1991-93) ...........................17 Jeff Huffman (1991-94) .............................17 3. Jay Metzger (2001-04)..............................16 Jonathon Jackson (1996-99) ....................16 Cory McDonald (1996-99) ........................16 6. Ryan Falcon (2003-current) ...................15 7. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ....................14 8. Andy Dvonch (1991-94) ............................13 Everett Hancock (1999-02) .......................13 10. Three players tied with .............................10

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


Winning Percentage (min. 15 decisions) 1. Darrell Tillmon (1994-95) ............. 14-2, .875 2. Jason Parsons (1995-98) ............ 34-8, .810 3. Scooter Michael (2000-04) ........ 32-10, .762 4. Jarrett Santos (2003-04) .............. 20-8, .714 5. Taft Cable (1999-01) .................... 20-9, .689 6. Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) .......... 20-10, .667 7. J. Jackson (1996-99) ................. 30-16, .652 8. A. Sylvester (1993-96) ............... 24-14, .632 9. Everett Hancock (1999-02) ........ 17-13, .567 10. Jay Metzger (2001-04)............... 19-16, .543

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jason Parsons (1995-98) .......................265 Chris Mason (2003-05) ...........................244 Jay Metzger (2001-2004)........................237 Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ..................232 Jeff Huffman (1991-93) ...........................214 Taft Cable (1999-01) ...............................206 Ted Toler (1998-01).................................191 Ryan Gordon (2000-04) ..........................178

Saves 1. Jason Parsons (1995-98) .........................19 2. Taft Cable (1999-01) .................................14 3. Ted Toler (1998-01)...................................12 4. Sean Pick (1991-94) .................................11 5. Chris Mason (2003-05) .............................10 6. Jarrett Santos (2003-04) .............................8 Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) ...........................8 8. Wes McCall (2005-current) .......................6 Patrick Currin (2003-current) ...................6 10. John Posey (1992-94) ................................4

Batting average (minimum 100 at bats) 2005.............. .348 ...................... Mike Mongiello 2004.............. .374 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2003.............. .416 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. .366 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2001.............. .341 .................. Shane Schumaker 2000.............. .376 .................. Shane Schumaker 1999.............. .339 ................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. .380 ..........................Kenny Vawter 1997.............. .385 .........................Dominic Pattie 1996.............. .363 .........................Dominic Pattie 1995.............. .371 .............................Scott Young 1994.............. .379 ......................... Tonka Maynor 1993.............. .333 .......................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. .410 ......................... Tonka Maynor 1991.............. .354 ......................... Tonka Maynor

Ted Toler led UNCG in appearances in 1998, 2000 and 2001. He also led the Spartans in relief appearances four consecutive years.

UNCG Annual Leaders Batting

Jay Metzger, who was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2004, ranks in the top 10 in games started (41), complete games (7), wins (19) and strikeouts (237) during his career at UNCG. Complete Games 1. Chris Mason (2003-05) .............................10 2. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ......................9 3. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ......................7 Jay Metzger (2000-04)................................7 5. Lance Surridge (1997-98) ...........................6 Scooter Michael (2000-04) .........................6 7. Jason Parsons (1995-98) ...........................4 8. Brian Moehler (1991-93) .............................3 9. Everett Hancock (1999-02) .........................2 Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) ...........................2 Innings pitched 1. Scooter Michael (2001-04) ..................368.1 2. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ...............334.1 3. Jason Parsons (1995-98) ....................324.2 4. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96) ...............302.2 5. Everett Hancock (1999-2002) ..............273.2 6. Jay Kuykendall (1993-96) ....................244.1 7. Chris Mason (2003-05) ........................231.0 8. Taft Cable (1999-01) ............................217.2 9. Jeff Huffman (1991-94) ........................219.1 10. Brian Moehler (1991-93) ......................212.0 Strikeouts 1. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99) ..................301 2. Scooter Michael (2001-04) .....................297

1998 Southern Conference Champions

At-bats 2005.............. 219 .............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 222 ........................Danny Valencia 2003.............. 231 ........................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 231 .............................. Kirk Strebin 2001.............. 226 ............................. Doug Schutt 2000.............. 228 ................................Kyle Tasco 1999.............. 221 .................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 230 ..........................Dominic Pattie 1997.............. 260 ..........................Dominic Pattie 1996.............. 215 ..........................Dominic Pattie 1995.............. 196 ..................................Tim Giles 1994.............. 206 .......................... Tonka Maynor 1993.............. 171 ..............................Scott Young 1992.............. 173 .......................... Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 147 .......................... Tonka Maynor

Games 2005.............. 53 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2004.............. 55 ..........................Danny Valencia Jeremy Roulin Jesse Lavender 2003.............. 60 ............................. Ryan Gordon Jason Sarvis 2002.............. 55 ................ Justin Saltalamacchia Kirk Strebin 2001.............. 59 ..................... Shane Schumaker Chad Hayes Doug Schutt 2000.............. 58 ........................... Jeremy Purcell Kyle Tasco Ramon Balderas 1999.............. 55 ...................................Jeff Smith Brandon Weber Jeremy Purcell 1998.............. 58 .............................Kenny Vawter Lance Surridge Linwood Davis Dominic Pattie Jeremy Purcell 1997.............. 62 ............................Dominic Pattie Lance Surridge Steve Mokan Linwood Davis 1996.............. 52 ............................Dominic Pattie Pat Calabrese Nicky Phillips 1995.............. 54 ................................ Chirs Healy Steve Matyczyk 1994.............. 57 ............................ Tonka Maynor Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. 45 ..........................Joey DeAngelis Scott Young 1992.............. 46 ............................ Tonka Maynor Joey DeAngelis 1991.............. 42 ............................ Tonka Maynor Sean Pick

Runs 2005.............. 45 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2004.............. 48 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2003.............. 61 .............................Allen Thomas 2002.............. 49 .............................. Jason Sarvis Kirk Strebin 2001.............. 67 ............................... Doug Schutt 2000.............. 74 ..................... Shane Schumaker 1999.............. 56 ...................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 61 ............................Dominic Pattie 1997.............. 72 ............................Dominic Pattie 1996.............. 67 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1995.............. 46 ................................ Chris Healy 1994.............. 66 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1993.............. 40 ................................Scott Young 1992.............. 50 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 36 .......................... Chris Madonna

Ryan Gordon, the program’s all-time leading hitter (.381), posted a .416 batting average in 2003.

Jeremy Roulin paced UNCG in 2005 in Doubles (19), triples (3) and RBI (41). Hits 2005.............. 71 ...............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 75 ..........................Danny Valencia 2003.............. 96 ............................. Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 72 .............................. Jason Sarvis 2001.............. 76 ..................... Shane Schumaker 2000.............. 77 ..................... Shane Schumaker 1999.............. 75 ...................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 79 .......................... Lance Surridge 1997.............. 100 ..........................Dominic Pattie 1996.............. 78 ............................Dominic Pattie 1995.............. 72 ................................Scott Young 1994.............. 78 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1993.............. 55 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. 71 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 52 ............................ Tonka Maynor Doubles 2005.............. 19 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2004.............. 16 ..........................Danny Valencia 2003.............. 20 ............................. Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 24 .............................. Jason Sarvis 2001.............. 18 ......................... Chris Mittendorf 2000.............. 18 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1999.............. 17 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1998.............. 15 .............................Kenny Vawter Steve Mokan 1997.............. 19 ............................Dominic Pattie 1996.............. 21 ............................ Pat Calabrese 1995.............. 17 ................................ Chris Healy 1994.............. 21 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. 18 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. 23 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 10 ..........................Joey DeAngelis Triples 2005.............. 3 ..............................Jeremy Roulin 2004.............. 6 ............................... Ryan Gordon 2003.............. 5 ............................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 4 ............................... Ryan Gordon Jason Sarvis Kirk Strebin 2001.............. 4 ....................... Shane Schumaker 2000.............. 7 ....................... Shane Schumaker 1999.............. 5 .....................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 5 ..............................Dominic Pattie 1997.............. 5 ...............................Kenny Vawter 1996.............. 8 ................................Nicky Phillips 1995.............. 4 ..................................Scott Young Nicky Phillips 1994.............. 3 .............................. Tonka Maynor 1993.............. 2 ............................Joey DeAngelis Tonka Maynor 1992.............. 2 .............................. Tonka Maynor Scott Young Steve Matyczyk 1991.............. 1 ................................ Four Players

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Home runs 2005 ............. 7 .................................Chris Mason 2004.............. 8 ............................Danny Valencia 2003.............. 9 .................................... Jay Maule 2002.............. 7 .............................. Ryan Galligan 2001.............. 11 .............................. Jesse Martin 2000.............. 15 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1999.............. 11 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1998.............. 10 ........................... Linwood Davis 1997.............. 13 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. 17 ....................................Tim Giles 1995.............. 12 ....................................Tim Giles 1994.............. 9 ............................Joey DeAngelis Tim Giles 1993.............. 6 .............................. Tonka Maynor Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. 12 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 4 .............................. Tonka Maynor Total bases 2005.............. 109 .............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 117 ........................Danny Valencia 2003.............. 141 ........................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 119 ............................ Jason Sarvis 2001.............. 124 ................... Shane Schumaker 2000.............. 139 ......................... Jeremy Purcell 1999.............. 127 .................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 115 ...........................Kenny Vawter 1997.............. 147 ............................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. 144 ..................................Tim Giles 1995.............. 113 ..................................Tim Giles 1994.............. 125 ........................Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. 95 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. 134 .......................... Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 75 ............................ Tonka Maynor RBI 2005.............. 41 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2004.............. 40 ................................. Justin Crist 2003.............. 50 ............................. Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 44 ............................. Ryan Gordon 2001.............. 52 ..................... Shane Schumaker 2000.............. 64 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1999.............. 50 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1998.............. 60 ........................... Linwood Davis 1997.............. 72 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. 68 ....................................Tim Giles 1995.............. 45 ....................................Tim Giles 1994.............. 47 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. 42 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1992.............. 45 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 39 ............................ Tonka Maynor Stolen bases 2005.............. 15 ...............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 11 ............................. Ryan Gordon Jeremy Roulin 2003.............. 23 .............................Allen Thomas 2002.............. 23 ............................. Ryan Gordon 2001.............. 28 ..................... Shane Schumaker Doug Schutt 2000.............. 26 ..................... Shane Schumaker 1999.............. 28 ...................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. 35 ............................Dominic Pattie 1997.............. 45 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. 26 ............................Dominic Pattie 1995.............. 17 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1994.............. 37 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1993.............. 12 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1992.............. 13 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1991.............. 16 ................................ John Garris Walks 2005.............. 26 .................................. Jay Maule 2004.............. 50 ............................Jeremy Roulin 2003.............. 40 .............................. Jason Sarvis 2002.............. 35 .............................. Jason Sarvis 2001.............. 43 ..................... Shane Schumaker 2000.............. 47 ..................... Shane Schumaker 1999.............. 37 ..........................Brandon Weber 1998.............. 40 ........................... Linwood Davis 1997.............. 39 ........................... Linwood Davis 1996.............. 27 ..............................Nicky Phillips 1995.............. 34 .............................. Chris Healey

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1994.............. 49 ..........................Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. 32 ............................ Tonka Maynor 1992.............. 30 ............................ Tonka Maynor Joey DeAngelis 1991.............. 42 ............................ Tonka Maynor Strikeouts 2005.............. 32 .................................. Jay Maule 2004.............. 58 .............................. Ryan Brincat 2003.............. 46 .................................. Jay Maule Nate Alden 2002.............. 52 ............................ Ryan Galligan 2001.............. 70 ............................... Chad Hayes 2000.............. 56 ........................ Ramon Balderas 1999.............. 52 ............................... Jesse Smith 1998.............. 48 ........................... Jeremy Purcell 1997.............. 57 ..............................Steve Mokan 1996.............. 43 ...................... Stephen Vaughan 1995.............. 47 ...................... Stephen Vaughan 1994.............. 38 ................................Mike Rikard 1993.............. 40 ..........................Steve Matyczyk 1992.............. 38 ................................Scott Young Joey DeAngelis 1991.............. 41 ...................................Sean Pick Slugging percentage 2005.............. .498 ............................Chris Mason 2004.............. .604 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2003.............. .610 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. .578 ........................... Jason Sarvis 2001.............. .556 .................. Shane Schumaker 2000.............. .629 ........................ Jeremy Purcell 1999.............. .575 ................................Jeff Smith 1998.............. .561 ..........................Kenny Vawter 1997.............. .639 ...........................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. .731 .................................Tim Giles 1995.............. .577 .................................Tim Giles 1994.............. .622 .......................Joey DeAngelis 1993.............. .576 .......................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. .765 ......................... Tonka Maynor 1991.............. .510 ......................... Tonka Maynor

1999.............. 26 ...................................Taft Cable 1998.............. 35 .................................... Ted Toler 1997.............. 35 ........................... Jason Parsons 1996.............. 26 ........................... Jason Parsons 1995.............. 27 ...........................Jay Kuykendall 1994.............. 34 ...................................Sean Pick 1993.............. 20 ............................ Bryan Greene Sean Pick 1992.............. 23 ........................... Jack Nemecek 1991.............. 25 ............................. Bryan Parrish Wins 2005.............. 6 .................................Chris Mason Nick Starnes 2004.............. 9 ........................... Scooter Michael Jarrett Santos 2003.............. 11 ............................ Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 12 ......................... Scooter Michael 2001.............. 6 ...................................... Ted Toler Everett Hancock 2000.............. 9 ............................... Ryan Gordon Taft Cable 1999.............. 7 ........................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 8 ............................. Jason Parsons 1997.............. 15 ........................... Jason Parsons 1996.............. 11 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1995.............. 9 ..............................Darrell Tillmon 1994.............. 9 ........................Anthony Sylvester 1993.............. 13 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1992.............. 7 ................................. Scott Danna 1991.............. 4 ............................... Bryan Parrish

ERA (min. 20 IP) 2005.............. 2.88 ............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 2.36 ............................Chris Mason 2003.............. 2.59 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. 2.71 ............................ Jay Metzger 2001.............. 2.50 ................................Taft Cable 2000.............. 2.98 .......................... Ryan Gordon 1999.............. 4.37 ........................... Aaron Horne 1998.............. 2.32 ........................ Jason Parsons 1997.............. 3.08 ........................ Jason Parsons 1996.............. 3.07 ................................Ben Evick 1995.............. 3.22 ........................Jay Kuykendall 1994.............. 1.08 ................................Sean Pick 1993.............. 2.48 ...................Anthony Sylvester 1992.............. 2.64 ............................Jeff Huffman 1991.............. 4.82 ............................Jeff Huffman Appearances 2005.............. 30 ...............................Wes McCall 2004.............. 34 ............................ Jarrett Santos 2003.............. 41 ............................ Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 30 .......................... Chris Cloninger 2001.............. 40 .................................... Ted Toler 2000.............. 32 .................................... Ted Toler

1992.............. 6 .................................. Mike Viruso 1991.............. 6 .............................. Brian Moehler Games started 2005.............. 15 ...............................Chris Mason Nick Starnes 2004.............. 12 ............................. Ryan Falcon Jay Metzger Nick Starnes 2003.............. 17 ......................... Scooter Michael 2002.............. 12 ............................... Jay Metzger 2001.............. 18 ........................ Everett Hancock 2000.............. 18 ........................ Everett Hancock 1999.............. 17 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 15 ......................Jonathan Jackson Lance Surridge Rhett Woehrle 1997.............. 15 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1996.............. 13 ......................Anthony Sylvester 1995.............. 15 ......................Anthony Sylvester 1994.............. 13 ......................Anthony Sylvester 1993.............. 13 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1992.............. 14 ............................... Scott Danna 1991.............. 13 ............................ Brian Moehler

On-base percentage 2005.............. .396 ............................... Jay Maule 2004.............. .440 .........................Jeremy Roulin 2003.............. .473 .......................... Ryan Gordon 2002.............. .446 ........................... Jason Sarvis 2001.............. .455 .................. Shane Schumaker 2000.............. .498 .................. Shane Schumaker 1999.............. .428 .......................Brandon Weber 1998.............. .442 ..........................Kenny Vawter 1997.............. .466 ...........................Nicky Phillips 1996.............. .453 ......................... Pat Calabrese 1995.............. .424 ............................. Chris Healy 1994.............. .480 ......................... Tonka Maynor 1993.............. .457 .......................Joey DeAngelis 1992.............. .519 ......................... Tonka Maynor 1991.............. .500 ......................... Tonka Maynor

Pitching

Now a member of the Florida Marlins, Brian Moehler led the 1991 and 1992 UNCG squads in strikeouts, complete games and innings.

Jarrett Santos appeared in a school-record 41 games in 2003. He also led the Spartans with 34 appearances in 2004. Santos paced the Spartans with nine wins in 2004 and 11 victories in 2005. Losses 2005.............. 7 .................................Chris Mason 2004.............. 6 ............................... Ryan Falcon 2003.............. 5 .............................. Jarrett Santos Scooter Michael 2002.............. 6 ............................ Chris Cloninger Jay Metzger 2001.............. 5 ...................................... Ted Toler 2000.............. 6 .......................... Everett Hancock 1999.............. 6 ........................Jonathan Jackson Corey McDonald 1998.............. 4 ............................ Lance Surridge Rhett Woehrle 1997.............. 6 ............................ Lance Surridge 1996.............. 5 ........................Anthony Sylvester 1995.............. 5 ........................Anthony Sylvester 1994.............. 4 .................................Jeff Huffman Anythony Sylvester 1993.............. 6 .............................. Brian Moehler

Games relieved 2005.............. 29 ...............................Wes McCall 2004.............. 34 ............................ Jarrett Sanots 2003.............. 40 ............................ Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 27 ....................... Michael Gulledge 2001.............. 39 .................................... Ted Toler 2000.............. 32 .................................... Ted Toler 1999.............. 23 .................................... Ted Toler 1998.............. 35 .................................... Ted Toler 1997.............. 27 ........................... Jason Parsons 1996.............. 21 ...................................Ben Evick 1995.............. 21 ........................... Jason Parsons 1994.............. 34 ...................................Sean Pick 1993.............. 20 ............................ Bryan Greene Sean Pick 1992.............. 22 ........................... Jack Nemecek 1991.............. 24 ............................. Bryan Parrish Winning Percentage (min. 5 decisions) 2005.............. 4-2, .667 ................. Adam Krieger 2004.............. 9-1, .900 ............... Scooter Michael 2003.............. 8-3, .727 ..................... Jay Metzger 2002.............. 12-1, .923 ............. Scooter Michael 2001.............. 5-3, .625 ............... Scooter Michael 2000.............. 9-2, .818 ................... Ryan Gordon 1999.............. 4-1, .800 .......................... Ted Toler 1998.............. 7-0, 1.000 ................. Sean Gordon 1997.............. 7-0, 1.000 ................Rhett Woerhle 1996.............. 11-4, .733 ..........Jonathan Jackson

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


1995.............. 9-1, .900 ..................Darrell Tillmon 1994.............. 5-1, .833 ..................Darrell Tillmon 1993.............. 5-0, 1.000 ..........Anthony Sylvester 1992.............. 7-5, .583 ..................... Scott Danna 1991.............. 4-5. .444 ................... Bryan Parrish Complete games 2005.............. 8 .................................Chris Mason 2004.............. 2 ........................... Scooter Michael 2003.............. 1 .................................Chris Mason Scooter Michael 2002.............. 6 ................................. Jay Metzger 2001.............. 1 ........................... Scooter Michael 2000.............. 2 .......................... Everett Hancock 1999.............. 3 ........................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 2 ............................ Lance Surridge 1997.............. 4 ............................ Lance Surridge 1996.............. 3 ........................Jonathan Jackson Anthony Sylvester 1995.............. 2 .............................Jay Kuykendall Darrell Tillmon Anthony Sylvester 1994.............. 4 ........................Anthony Sylvester 1993.............. 1 .................................Jeff Huffman Brian Moehler 1992.............. 1 .................................Jeff Huffman Brian Moehler Mike Viruso 1991.............. 1 .............................. Brian Moehler Innings pitched 2005.............. 118.2 ..........................Chris Mason 2004.............. 87.1 ......................... Jarrett Santos 2003.............. 101.0 ....................... Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 106.1 .......................... Jay Metzger 2001.............. 95.0 ..................... Everett Hancock 2000.............. 100.1 ................... Everett Hancock 1999.............. 93.2 ...................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 79.1 ....................... Lance Surridge 1997.............. 105.1 ...................... Jason Parsons 1996.............. 82.0 ........................ Jason Parsons 1995.............. 88.1 ...................Anthony Sylvester 1994.............. 81.2 ...................Anthony Sylvester 1993.............. 65.2 ............................Jeff Huffman 1992.............. 84.0 ......................... Brian Moehler 1991.............. 65.3 ......................... Brian Moehler Strikeouts 2005.............. 135 .............................Chris Mason 2004.............. 86 ............................. Ryan Falcon 2003.............. 106 .......................... Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 86 ......................... Scooter Michael 2001.............. 67 .................................... Ted Toler 2000.............. 113 ........................... Ryan Gordon 1999.............. 74 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 73 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1997.............. 91 .......................... Lance Surridge 1996.............. 74 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1995.............. 77 ............................Darrell Tillmon 1994.............. 78 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1993.............. 64 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1992.............. 59 ............................ Brian Moehler 1991.............. 42 ............................ Brian Moehler Walks 2005.............. 49 ............................. Nick Starnes 2004.............. 32 ............................. Nick Starnes 2003.............. 29 ............................ Jarrett Santos 2002.............. 29 ............................... Jay Metzger 2001.............. 47 ........................ Everett Hancock 2000.............. 50 ......................... Darin Phanlines 1999.............. 43 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1998.............. 38 .......................... Lance Surridge 1997.............. 47 .......................... Lance Surridge 1996.............. 30 ......................Jonathan Jackson 1995.............. 40 ......................Anthony Sylvester 1994.............. 31 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1993.............. 37 ...............................Jeff Huffman 1992.............. 44 ............................ Brian Moehler 1991.............. 38 ............................... Scott Danna Saves 2005.............. 6 ............................. Patrick Currin Wes McCall 2004.............. 5 .............................. Jarrett Santos

1998 Southern Conference Champions

2003.............. 8 .................................Chris Mason 2002.............. 3 ............................ Chris Cloninger Scooter Michael 2001.............. 9 .....................................Taft Cable 2000.............. 3 .....................................Taft Cable Ted Toler 1999.............. 2 .......................... Four players tied 1998.............. 6 ............................. Jason Parsons 1997.............. 8 ............................. Jason Parsons 1996.............. 4 ............................. Jason Parsons 1995.............. 3 .............................Jay Kuykendall 1994.............. 11 ...................................Sean Pick 1993.............. 4 .............................Jay Kuykendall 1992.............. 3 .................................Jeff Huffman 1991.............. 1 ............................. Jack Nemecek

UNCG Year-by-Year Stats Batting

1991.................................................................14

1991...............................................................232

RBI 2005...............................................................255 2004...............................................................296 2003...............................................................385 2002...............................................................326 2001...............................................................329 2000...............................................................385 1999...............................................................302 1998...............................................................354 1997...............................................................417 1996...............................................................285 1995...............................................................310 1994...............................................................330 1993...............................................................212 1992...............................................................213 1991...............................................................188

On-base percentage 2005...............................................................352 2004...............................................................368 2003...............................................................392 2002...............................................................395 2001...............................................................368 2000...............................................................393 1999...............................................................379 1998...............................................................391 1997...............................................................408 1996...............................................................377 1995...............................................................376 1994...............................................................412 1993...............................................................392 1992...............................................................400 1991...............................................................418

Average 2005...............................................................269 2004...............................................................275 2003...............................................................300 2002...............................................................299 2001...............................................................265 2000...............................................................300 1999...............................................................282 1998...............................................................298 1997...............................................................313 1996...............................................................283 1995...............................................................290 1994...............................................................304 1993...............................................................261 1992...............................................................270 1991...............................................................252

Doubles 2005...............................................................101 2004...............................................................107 2003...............................................................113 2002...............................................................114 2001...............................................................106 2000...............................................................104 1999.................................................................99 1998...............................................................104 1997...............................................................123 1996...............................................................107 1995...............................................................108 1994...............................................................104 1993.................................................................63 1992.................................................................72 1991.................................................................49

Runs 2005...............................................................285 2004...............................................................329 2003...............................................................430 2002...............................................................373 2001...............................................................382 2000...............................................................438 1999...............................................................351 1998...............................................................398 1997...............................................................486 1996...............................................................321 1995...............................................................338 1994...............................................................381 1993...............................................................249 1992...............................................................256 1991...............................................................231

Triples 2005...................................................................9 2004.................................................................19 2003.................................................................21 2002.................................................................18 2001...................................................................9 2000.................................................................22 1999.................................................................27 1998.................................................................16 1997.................................................................19 1996.................................................................13 1995.................................................................19 1994.................................................................13 1993...................................................................7 1992.................................................................11 1991...................................................................4

Hits 2005...............................................................476 2004...............................................................520 2003...............................................................617 2002...............................................................565 2001...............................................................534 2000...............................................................616 1999...............................................................510 1998...............................................................569 1997...............................................................650 1996...............................................................475 1995...............................................................499 1994...............................................................550 1993...............................................................378 1992...............................................................414 1991...............................................................342

Stolen bases 2005.................................................................68 2004.................................................................54 2003...............................................................101 2002...............................................................103 2001...............................................................124 2000...............................................................109 1999...............................................................153 1998...............................................................147 1997...............................................................169 1996...............................................................110 1995.................................................................79 1994...............................................................132 1993.................................................................70 1992.................................................................55 1991.................................................................78

Home runs 2005.................................................................26 2004.................................................................38 2003.................................................................34 2002.................................................................36 2001.................................................................46 2000.................................................................61 1999.................................................................40 1998.................................................................38 1997.................................................................57 1996.................................................................40 1995.................................................................39 1994.................................................................47 1993.................................................................27 1992.................................................................55

Walks 2005...............................................................193 2004...............................................................260 2003...............................................................267 2002...............................................................250 2001...............................................................293 2000...............................................................291 1999...............................................................235 1998...............................................................267 1997...............................................................290 1996...............................................................217 1995...............................................................207 1994...............................................................304 1993...............................................................211 1992...............................................................219

Pitching

ERA 2005..............................................................4.39 2004..............................................................4.17 2003..............................................................3.69 2002..............................................................4.83 2001..............................................................4.58 2000..............................................................5.18 1999..............................................................5.86 1998..............................................................4.66 1997..............................................................5.14 1996..............................................................4.61 1995..............................................................4.34 1994..............................................................4.37 1993..............................................................4.31 1992..............................................................6.99 1991..............................................................8.02 Strikeouts 2005...............................................................410 2004...............................................................401 2003...............................................................495 2002...............................................................366 2001...............................................................376 2000...............................................................476 1999...............................................................349 1998...............................................................415 1997...............................................................442 1996...............................................................341 1995...............................................................351 1994...............................................................368 1993...............................................................302 1992...............................................................306 1991...............................................................207 Walks 2005...............................................................154 2004...............................................................146 2003...............................................................153 2002...............................................................168 2001...............................................................202 2000...............................................................251 1999...............................................................240 1998...............................................................176 1997...............................................................232 1996...............................................................173 1995...............................................................193 1994...............................................................189 1993...............................................................213 1992...............................................................230 1991...............................................................188 Innings pitched 2005............................................................467.1 2004............................................................490.1 2003............................................................532.0 2002............................................................492.1 2001............................................................520.1 2000............................................................511.0 1999............................................................462.2 1998............................................................490.2 1997............................................................522.0 1996............................................................433.2 1995............................................................443.1 1994............................................................474.0 1993............................................................388.3

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1992............................................................400.7 1991............................................................348.0 Saves 2005.................................................................15 2004...................................................................7 2003.................................................................11 2002...................................................................7 2001.................................................................16 2000...................................................................8 1999...................................................................9 1998.................................................................11 1997.................................................................16 1996...................................................................7 1995...................................................................9 1994.................................................................15 1993...................................................................8 1992...................................................................9 1991...................................................................1 Shutouts 2005...................................................................1 2004...................................................................4 2003...................................................................2 2002...................................................................6 2001...................................................................4 2000...................................................................3 1999...................................................................1 1998...................................................................5 1997...................................................................3 1996...................................................................3 1995...................................................................2 1994...................................................................6 1993...................................................................3 1992...................................................................0 1991...................................................................1 Complete games 2005...................................................................8 2004...................................................................5 2003...................................................................1 2002.................................................................10 2001...................................................................1 2000...................................................................3 1999...................................................................4 1998...................................................................4 1997...................................................................8 1996...................................................................8 1995...................................................................6 1994...................................................................2 1993...................................................................2 1992...................................................................3 1991...................................................................1 Batting average against 2005...............................................................275 2004...............................................................271 2003...............................................................256 2002...............................................................286 2001...............................................................282 2000...............................................................272 1999...............................................................284 1998...............................................................265 1997...............................................................277 1996...............................................................284 1995...............................................................256 1994...............................................................282 1993...............................................................259 1992...............................................................302 1991...............................................................337 Winning percentage 2005................................................. 31-22 (.585) 2004..............................................33-21-1 (.609) 2003................................................. 39-21 (.650) 2002................................................. 33-22 (.600) 2001................................................. 31-28 (.525) 2000................................................. 34-24 (.586) 1999................................................. 29-26 (.527) 1998................................................. 40-18 (.690) 1997................................................. 45-17 (.726) 1996................................................. 28-24 (.538) 1995................................................. 35-19 (.648) 1994................................................. 39-18 (.684)

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1993................................................. 23-22 (.511) 1992................................................. 20-26 (.435) 1991................................................... 9-33 (.214)

UNCG Individual Awards All-Big South Conf. (1994-97) 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997

Joey DeAngelis, 1B ............... First Team Steve Matyczyk, 3B ............... First Team Tonka Maynor, OF ................. First Team Steve Matyczyk, 3B ..........Second Team Nick Phillips, OF ...............Second Team Darrell Tillmon, P ..............Second Team Stephen Vaughan, C.........Second Team Pat Calabrese, 3B.................. First Team *Jonathan Jackson, P ............ First Team Tim Giles, 1B ....................Second Team Steve Mokan, 3B ................... First Team Jason Parsons, P................... First Team Dominic Pattie, 2B ................. First Team Nick Phillips, OF .................... First Team Kenny Vawter, OF .............Second Team

All-Conf. Tournament Members 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2003

Dominic Pattie.................................... 2B Nicky Phillips......................................OF Lance Surridge ..................................DH Jason Parsons (MVP) ...........................P Dominic Pattie.................................... 2B Lance Surridge ..................................DH Kenny Vawter.....................................OF Chris Cook .........................................OF Chris Mittendorf .................................DH Shane Schumaker ............................. 2B Ted Toler ............................................RP Kirk Strebin ........................................OF Ryan Gordon .....................................OF

Big South Tournament (1997) SoCon Tournament (1998-present)

Ted Toler ..................................................2000-01 Daniel Ward .............................................2001-02 Brandon Weber ....................... 1997-98, 1998-99 Rhett Woehrle..........................................1997-98 Years are listed by the academic year

Other Notables All-Atlantic Region 1993 Tonka Maynor, OF ................. First Team 1997 Jason Parsons, P................... First Team 1997 Dominic Pattie, 2B ................. First Team 2002 Ryan Gordon, DH .............Second Team All-American 1997 Jason Parsons, P..................Third Team 1997 Dominic Pattie, 2B ................Third Team 2002 Scooter Michael, P................Third Team 2003 Ryan Gordon, P/DH ............... First Team Freshman All-American 1993 Anthony Sylvester 1994 Tim Giles 1996 Jonathan Jackson 1997 Steve Mokan (Honorable Mention) 1998 Ted Toler (Honorable Mention) 2000 Ryan Gordon 2001 Scooter Michael (Honorable Mention) 2003 Chris Mason Academic All-American 1994 Sean Pick, P .......................... First Team

Everett Hancock was named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll in 2001 and 2002.

Dominic Pattie was a first team All-Big South selection in 1997 after leading the Spartans in hits (100), doubles (19) and runs scored (72).

All-Southern Conf. (1998-present) 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005

Linwood Davis, OF ............... First Team Dominic Pattie, 2B ................. First Team Kenny Vawter, OF .................. First Team Corey McDonald, P...........Second Team Jason Parsons, P..............Second Team Jeremy Purcell, OF ...........Second Team Jeremy Purcell, OF ................ First Team Taft Cable, P .....................Second Team *Ryan Gordon, P.................... First Team Jeff Smith, OF ...................Second Team Shane Schumaker, 2B ......Second Team Shane Schumaker, 2B ........... First Team Taft Cable, P .....................Second Team Scooter Michael, P................. First Team Jason Sarvis, 2B .................... First Team Ryan Gordon, DH .................. First Team Ryan Gordon, DH .................. First Team Jarrett Santos, P .................... First Team Jason Sarvis, 2B ...............Second Team Ryan Gordon, DH .............Second Team Jarrett Santos, P ...............Second Team *Danny Valencia, 3B .........Second Team Chris Mason, P ...................... First Team

*Freshman of the Year

SoCon Academic Honor Roll Jason Branta ........................... 2002-03, 2003-04 Rick Capretta ........ 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000 Chris Cook ...............................................2000-01 Patrick Currin ......................... 2002-03, 2003-04 Lucas Dalton............................................2003-04 Danny Duskin ..........................................1998-99 Clark Erskine..........................................2003-04 Ryan Falcon ...........................................2002-03 Ryan Galligan .......................... 2000-01, 2003-04 Nick Gonzalez .........................................1998-99 Ryan Gordon ........................... 2000-01, 2002-03 Lucas Hamilton ........................................2000-01 Everett Hancock ......................................2001-02 Chad Hayes .............................................2000-01 Aaron Horne ......... 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02 Nolan Johnson......................... 2002-03, 2003-04 Fletcher Kemp .........................................1998-99 Mike Krekorian.........................................1998-99 Justin Lee ............. 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02 Jay Maule ................................ 2001-02, 2002-03 Jay Metzger .............. 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 Steve Mokan............................ 1997-98, 1998-99 Mark Oetjen ............................. 1997-98, 1998-99 Austin Parrish ..........................................2003-04 Dominic Pattie .........................................1997-98 Justin Saltalamacchia ..............................2001-02 Jason Sarvis ............. 1999-00, 2001-02, 2002-03 Nick Starnes ...........................................2002-03 Kirk Strebin ..............................................2001-02 Allie Swanson ..........................................2002-03 David Thigpen .........................................1999-00 Kevin Thompson......................................1998-99

Following the 1997 season, freshman Steve Mokan was selected as an honorbale mention to the Freshman All-American team.

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


1991 Record : 9-33 Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 17 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 27

MT. OLIVE ................................ L, 4-14 PFEIFFER ............................... W, 10-6 WILLIAM & MARY .................... L, 6-15 WILLIAM & MARY ..................... W, 5-2 HIGH POINT............................ W, 12-4 at High Point ............................. L, 5-13 WEST VIRGINIA......................L, 11-21 SHIPPENSBURG ......................L, 2-11 MERCYHURST .......................... L, 2-4 CHARLOTTE ...........................L, 11-25 OLD DOMINION ......................... L, 3-8 at Methodist ............................. W, 11-2 at Winthrop ................................. L, 1-3 at Winthrop ................................. L, 4-8 at Davidson................................ W, 8-7 at Catawba ................................. L, 2-8 at Catawba .............................. W, 13-0 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ............ L, 4-8 FARLEIGH DICKINSON ........... L, 8-15 FARLEIGH DICKINSON ............L, 9-11 OHIO ........................................ L, 5-22 at North Carolina State ............. L, 5-13 at William & Mary........................ L, 4-6 at William & Mary..................... W, 10-6 WEST CHESTER ..................... L, 5-16 ELON .........................................L, 9-11 GUILFORD .........................W, 8-7 (10) NORFOLK STATE ...................... L, 5-6 at North Carolina A&T................L, 5-11 DAVIDSON ................................. L, 3-4 at Charlotte ................................. L, 1-5 EAST TENNESSEE STATE...... L, 3-10 APPALACHIAN STATE..............L, 2-11 APPALACHIAN STATE..............L, 0-11 at Guilford ................................... L, 1-3 at Campbell ............................... W, 9-3 WINTHROP ................................ L, 2-8 at Davidson............................... L, 3-12 at Belmont Abbey ....................... L, 3-5 METHODIST............................... L, 4-9 at Liberty ................................... L, 8-12 at Liberty ................................... L, 5-14

1992 Record: 20-26 Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 12

EAST TENNESSEE STATE....... W, 7-5 at East Carolina ......................... W, 3-0 APPALACHIAN STATE............. L, 4-10 APPALACHIAN STATE.......W, 8-7 (10) at North Carolina ........................ L, 3-5 UNC ASHEVILLE ...................... W, 6-4 VIRGINIA TECH ....................... L, 3-14 VIRGINIA TECH ....................... L, 6-12 at North Carolina State .............. W, 5-2 DAVIDSON ................................ W, 6-5 Georgia Southern# .................. W, 10-7 Detroit# ..................................... L, 6-16 Detroit# ...................................... W, 7-5 Virginia Tech# .......................... W, 10-7 Virginia Tech# ........................... L, 3-12 VIRGINIA .................................. L, 4-10 CHARLOTTE ............................ L, 3-25 BOWLING GREEN ..................... L, 4-7 OHIO ...................................L, 7-8 (10) KENT STATE ............................ L, 4-10 KENT STATE .............................. L, 4-7 WINTHROP ................................ L, 4-7 at UNC Asheville....................... L, 6-12 NORTH CAROLINA STATE...... L, 4-15 EAST CAROLINA ...................... W, 6-2 at Western Carolina .................. L, 7-18 at Campbell ............................. W, 12-8 GUILFORD ................................. L, 5-9 CHARLOTTE ............................. W, 8-6 at Wake Forest ......................... L, 4-14 at William & Mary...................... L, 7-10 at North Carolina A&T................ W, 6-5

1998 Southern Conference Champions

Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 May 1 May 2

at Radford ................................. L, 4-12 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 6-7 LIBERTY .................................... W, 9-8 at Davidson............................... L, 6-25 at UNC Wilmington .................... W, 7-3 at UNC Wilmington .................... W, 7-6 WAKE FOREST........................ L, 3-10 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 3-2 at Old Dominion .......................... L, 1-3 at Old Dominion .......................... L, 0-7 at Winthrop ............................... L, 6-13 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 4-7 at North Carolina A&T................ W, 2-1 VMI ............................................ W, 6-5

# - Georgia Southern Tournament (Statesboro, GA)

1993 Record: 23-22 Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 12 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 28 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29

NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 16-3 CAMPBELL.............................. W, 13-2 at East Carolina .......................... L, 0-3 at The Citadel ............................ W, 9-8 at Furman ................................... L, 6-7 CHARLOTTE ............................. W, 4-2 Stetson# ..................................... L, 0-5 Xavier# .................................... W, 14-3 Old Dominion# ........................... W, 7-3 Stetson# ..................................... L, 3-7 Old Dominion# ........................... W, 3-0 at VMI ........................................ W, 6-4 GUILFORD ................................ W, 5-0 THE CITADEL............................ W, 6-5 at Virginia Tech .......................... W, 7-5 EASTERN ILLINOIS ................... L, 1-6 at North Carolina State ............. L, 2-10 HARVARD ................................. W, 4-3 HARVARD ................................. W, 3-1 UNC ASHEVILLE .................... W, 10-3 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 2-4 NORTH CAROLINA STATE........ L, 5-6 at VMI ....................................... L, 5-12 at VMI ......................................... L, 3-4 at VMI ......................................... L, 3-6 EAST CAROLINA ...................... W, 6-5 UNC WILMINGTON................... W, 7-1 UNC WILMINGTON.................... L, 1-2 UNC WILMINGTON................... W, 8-6 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 4-0 at Charlotte ................................. L, 2-6 at Wake Forest ........................ W, 10-3 WESTERN CAROLINA ............. W, 8-7 WESTERN CAROLINA .............L, 2-11 WESTERN CAROLINA .............. L, 6-8 at Liberty .................................. W, 10-5 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 3-8 at Campbell ...............................L, 7-11 at Davidson................................. L, 7-8 WILLIAM & MARY ................... W, 10-6 WILLIAM & MARY ..................... W, 5-4 WINTHROP ............................... W, 7-1 at Winthrop ................................. L, 3-5 at North Carolina ........................ L, 4-5 at UNC Asheville......................... L, 4-9

# - Stetson Tournament (DeLand, FL)

1994 Record: 39-18 (20-6 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 4 Mar. 8

at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 22-1 VMI ............................................ W, 9-1 APPALACHIAN ST...................... L, 2-4 UNC WILMINGTON................... W, 4-3 DAVIDSON ................................ W, 4-3 MARYLAND ............................... W, 5-4 MARYLAND ............................... W, 4-3 MARYLAND ............................. W, 12-4 at North Carolina A&T................ W, 9-2 at Charlotte ................................. L, 1-2

Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 30 Apr. 30 May 1 May 13 May 13 May 14 May 26 May 27 May 28 May 28

at The Citadel ............................ W, 8-7 at The Citadel ...................W, 11-7 (12) at Charleston Southern* ............. L, 2-3 at Charleston Southern* ............ W, 6-0 at Charleston Southern* ............ W, 3-2 FAIRFIELD .............................. W, 10-5 YALE .......................................... W, 5-3 YALE ...................................W, 3-2 (11) NEW HAMPSHIRE ......... W, 11-10 (11) COASTAL CAROLINA* .............. L, 3-8 COASTAL CAROLINA* ............. W, 9-3 COASTAL CAROLINA* .............L, 7-11 CHARLOTTE .............................. L, 0-1 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 6-0 WINTHROP*.............................. W, 3-2 WINTHROP*.............................. W, 3-0 at North Carolina ........................ L, 4-8 WAKE FOREST.........................L, 1-11 TOWSON STATE* ..................... W, 8-0 TOWSON STATE* ..................... W, 9-0 TOWSON STATE* ..................... W, 7-1 at Appalachian State.................. W, 6-4 at North Carolina State ............... L, 5-6 at Liberty* .................................. W, 9-2 at Liberty* ................................ W, 11-6 at Liberty* ................................ W, 16-3 at Davidson.............................. W, 13-3 at UNC Asheville* .................... W, 10-7 at UNC Asheville* ...................... W, 5-3 at UNC Asheville* .................... W, 10-6 at Wake Forest ......................... L, 5-15 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 4-8 UMBC*....................................... W, 6-5 UMBC*....................................... W, 7-2 UMBC*....................................... W, 9-5 WAKE FOREST........................ L, 4-10 at UNC Wilmington ..................... L, 3-8 at Radford* ................................. L, 5-7 at Radford* ................................ W, 8-6 at Radford* ................................. L, 2-5 CAMPBELL* ............................... L, 1-8 CAMPBELL* .............................. W, 5-4 CAMPBELL* .............................. W, 8-0 vs. Southern Cal% .................... L, 3-19 vs. SE Louisiana%................. W, 22-12 vs. Tulane% .............................. W, 4-1 vs. Southern Cal% .................... L, 9-25

* - Big South game % - NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, LA) Big South Regular Season Champions NCAA Regional

1995 Record: 35-19, (17-7 Big South, 2nd) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 Mar. 26

DAVIDSON ................................ W, 9-4 APPALACHIAN STATE............ W, 13-6 MARYLAND ............................... W, 3-2 MARYLAND ................................ L, 3-5 MARYLAND ............................... W, 6-5 at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 11-5 at Georgia ................................ W, 15-4 at Georgia ................................ W, 11-6 at Georgia ................................... L, 6-8 at Auburn .................................... L, 1-9 at Auburn .................................... L, 2-5 at Auburn .................................... L, 6-7 FAIRFIELD ................................ W, 3-2 FAIRFIELD .............................. W, 10-0 FAIRFIELD ................................ W, 6-3 RICHMOND ................................ L, 3-8 YALE .......................................... W, 7-1 UMBC*........................................ L, 3-4 UMBC*....................................... W, 6-5 UMBC*............................W, 11-10 (10) NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 5-4 at North Carolina State ............... L, 1-6 at Radford* ..........................L, 8-10 (9) at Radford* ................................ W, 5-2 at Radford* ................................. L, 3-6

Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 29 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 10 May 10 May 12 May 13 May 13

at Wake Forest ........................... L, 7-9 HOWARD ................................ W, 11-2 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 5-4 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 4-2 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 4-2 NORTH CAROLINA STATE..... W, 17-7 at Appalachian State.................. W, 5-2 at Towson State* ........................ W, 5-3 at Towson State* ...................... W, 12-5 at Towson State* ....................... L, 7-18 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 1-6 at Winthrop* ............................. W, 10-7 at Winthrop* ................................ L, 0-1 at Winthrop* .............................. L, 9-10 at North Carolina ........................ L, 1-6 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*.. W, 10-6 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* L, 3-8 (8) CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*.... W, 6-5 at Davidson................................ W, 8-2 NORTH CAROLINA................... W, 2-1 at Wake Forest .......................... W, 4-1 at Coastal Carolina*................. W, 10-0 at Coastal Carolina*................. W, 11-2 at Coastal Carolina*................. W, 10-7 CHARLOTTE .............................. L, 0-2 CHARLOTTE .............................. L, 2-6 LIBERTY* .................................. W, 5-4 LIBERTY* .................................. W, 9-2 LIBERTY* .............................W, 3-2 (8)

* - Big South game

1996 Record: 28-24, (12-6 Big South, 3rd) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 16 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 26

at The Citadel ............................L, 8-11 at Western Carolina ................... W, 6-3 at VMI ........................................ W, 6-5 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 17-3 APPALACHIAN STATE............. L, 3-13 DAVIDSON .........................W, 5-4 (12) MARYLAND ........................W, 5-1 (10) MARYLAND ................................ L, 6-7 MARYLAND .............................. L, 9-10 NORTH CAROLINA STATE....... W, 4-2 at Alabama............................... W, 13-8 at Alabama.................................. L, 3-9 at Alabama................................ L, 3-12 at Auburn .................................... L, 4-9 at Auburn .................................... L, 4-6 at Auburn .................................... L, 3-9 NORTHERN ILLINOIS............... W, 5-4 FAIRFIELD ................................ W, 5-2 YALE ..................................L, 7-10 (10) YALE ......................................... L, 9-14 BUTLER ..................................... L, 1-3 GEORGE WASHINGTON ......... W, 2-1 GEORGE WASHINGTON .......... L, 0-3 GEORGE WASHINGTON ......... W, 2-0 at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 12-6 RADFORD* ..........................W, 7-6 (8) RADFORD* ............................... W, 4-0 RADFORD* ................................ L, 2-8 at North Carolina State ..............L, 3-11 at UMBC*................................... W, 9-1 at UMBC*..............................W, 4-0 (8) NORTH CAROLINA................. W, 12-3 at Liberty* .................................. W, 6-4 at Liberty* ................................... L, 5-6 at Liberty* .................................. W, 2-1 CHARLOTTE ......................W, 3-2 (11) WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 4-6 COASTAL CAROLINA* ........... W, 15-2 COASTAL CAROLINA* ............. W, 6-5 COASTAL CAROLINA* ........... W, 13-5 at Wake Forest ......................... L, 6-17 at Appalachian State................ W, 10-4 at UNC Asheville* .................... W, 13-2 at UNC Asheville* ...................... W, 7-5 at UNC Asheville* .................... W, 12-2 at Charlotte ............................... L, 9-10 at North Carolina ...................... L, 5-19 at Charleston Southern* ............. L, 5-8

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Apr. 27 Apr. 28 May 8 May 11

at Charleston Southern* ............L, 4-11 at Charleston Southern* ............. L, 2-5 MONTREAT ............................... W, 6-2 WINTHROP*............................... L, 5-7

* - Big South game

1997 Record: 45-17 (18-3 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 19 Apr. 19 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 May 7 May 9 May 10 May 10 May 16 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 18 May 22 May 23 May 25

at UNC Wilmington ................ W, 24-10 at UNC Wilmington .................... W, 9-4 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 13-8 APPALACHIAN STATE.............. W, 6-5 DAVIDSON .............................. W, 16-4 at North Carolina State ............... L, 2-9 MARYLAND ............................... W, 5-4 MARYLAND ......................... L, 4-5 (11) MARYLAND ............................... W, 7-0 VCU ........................................... W, 7-6 at Xavier .................................. W, 10-8 at Jacksonville ....................... W, 16-11 at Florida State ..........................L, 7-11 at Florida State ......................... L, 0-16 FAIRFIELD .............................. W, 11-2 FARLEIGH DICKINSON ............ W, 4-3 FAIRFIELD ................................ W, 5-3 BALL STATE .......................... W, 11-10 BALL STATE ............................... L, 4-7 OHIO ......................................... W, 8-6 CLEVELAND STATE ............... W, 17-6 RICHMOND ............................... W, 9-4 UMBC*..................................... W, 11-2 UMBC*....................................... W, 2-1 UMBC*..................................... W, 10-1 at Wofford ................................... L, 1-2 WOFFORD ................................ W, 5-0 at Radford* ................................ W, 4-0 at Radford* ...........................W, 7-6 (9) at Radford* .............................. W, 12-5 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 6-7 at Richmond ............................. L, 4-10 at Coastal Carolina*................... W, 9-6 at Coastal Carolina*................. W, 13-1 at Coastal Carolina*............... W, 16-10 at Davidson................................. L, 6-8 at Wake Forest ........................ W, 12-6 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 8-3 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 7-3 UNC ASHEVILLE* ..................... W, 6-3 at Appalachian State...........W, 7-6 (10) at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 13-1 at VCU ..................................... W, 20-2 at Winthrop* ................................ L, 4-5 at Winthrop* ............................... W, 7-6 at Winthrop* ............................. W, 10-8 at Furman ................................. L, 2-13 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*..... L, 1-9 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*.... W, 7-2 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN*.... W, 2-1 FURMAN .................................... L, 5-6 LIBERTY* ...........................W, 5-4 (10) LIBERTY* ................................. L, 6-20 LIBERTY* ................................ W, 14-5 Liberty$ ..................................... L, 9-18 Winthrop$ .................................. W, 4-3 Liberty$ ...................................... W, 2-1 Charleston Southern$................ W, 7-1 Charleston Southern$.............. W, 14-5 LSU% ....................................... L, 0-14 Houston% .................................. W, 9-5 Long Beach St.% ...................... L, 4-14

* - Big South game $ - Big South Tournament (Rock Hill, SC) % - NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, LA) Big South Regular Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Regional

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1998 Record: 40-18 (22-5 SoCon, 1st) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 22 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 25 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 28 Apr. 30 May 1 May 2 May 3 May 3

MARYLAND ............................... W, 5-2 MARYLAND ............................... W, 8-2 MARYLAND ........................W, 7-6 (11) LIBERTY ....................................L, 4-11 Richmond@ .............................. L, 5-10 James Madison@ ....................... L, 1-6 UNC Wilmington@ ................ W, 15-13 at East Carolina ......................... W, 5-4 at Richmond ............................... L, 7-9 at Mercer ............................W, 7-6 (11) at Mercer .................................... L, 7-9 at Mercer .................................... L, 0-3 at Florida State ......................... L, 1-13 at Florida State ......................... L, 4-13 FARLEIGH DICKINSON .......... W, 13-4 FARLEIGH DICKINSON ........ W, 13-11 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 18-6 RICHMOND ............................... W, 7-4 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ... W, 13-6 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..... W, 4-2 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..... W, 7-2 WOFFORD*.............................. L, 4-20 WOFFORD*............................... W, 2-1 WOFFORD*............................... W, 6-1 at North Carolina State ............... L, 3-5 at North Carolina State ............... L, 1-4 TOWSON STATE .................... W, 12-6 at The Citadel* ........................... W, 4-0 at The Citadel* ........................... W, 3-1 at The Citadel* ....................W, 5-3 (11) at VMI* ..................................... W, 15-9 at VMI* ....................................... W, 9-2 at VMI* ..................................... W, 20-6 WESTERN CAROLINA* ........... L, 9-10 WESTERN CAROLINA* .......W, 1-0 (8) WESTERN CAROLINA* ............ W, 5-0 at Liberty ..................................... L, 2-3 at Wake Forest .......................... W, 8-6 FURMAN* .................................. W, 6-3 FURMAN* .................................. W, 2-0 FURMAN* ................................... L, 5-7 APPALACHIAN STATE* .......... W, 15-7 APPALACHIAN STATE* ............ W, 9-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* .......... W, 16-7 at Davidson* .............................. W, 7-1 at Davidson* ............................... L, 5-7 at Davidson* .............................. W, 5-2 WAKE FOREST......................... W, 7-5 at North Carolina A&T................ W, 5-2 at Georgia Southern ................ W, 13-7 at Georgia Southern ................... L, 3-4 at Georgia Southern ................ W, 10-4 EAST CAROLINA ...................... W, 1-0 vs. East Tennessee State$ ...... W, 10-3 vs. Furman$............................. W, 14-2 vs. The Citadel$ .......................... L, 0-9 vs. Western Carolina$ ............... W, 4-2 vs. The Citadel$ ........................ L, 1-12

* - SoCon Games @ - Purina Challenge (Wlimington, NC) $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) SoCon Tournament Champions

1999 Record: 29-26 (16-12 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Feb. 28

GEORGE WASHINGTON .......... L, 3-8 GEORGE WASHINGTON ......... W, 8-5 GEORGE WASHINGTON ....... W, 10-9 at North Carolina A&T................ W, 4-1 MARYLAND ............................... W, 6-5 MARYLAND ............................... W, 8-5 MARYLAND ............................... W, 7-4 at Georgia ................................. L, 5-10 at Georgia ..................................L, 7-11

Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 10 Mar. 13 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 3 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 27 Apr. 30 May 1 May 1 May 4 May 10 May 13 May 13 May 14 May 19 May 20

at Florida................................... L, 4-10 at Florida................................... L, 7-16 DAVIDSON* .............................. L, 9-14 DAVIDSON* ............................. W, 13-2 DAVIDSON* ............................... W, 7-4 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 3-4 at Western Carolina .................... L, 4-5 VIRGINIA ................................... W, 8-4 VIRGINIA ................................. W, 11-8 at Appalachian State* ................ W, 6-5 at Appalachian State* ................. L, 4-7 at Appalachian State* .............. W, 13-3 at East Carolina .......................... L, 1-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ........... W, 12-5 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ............. W, 9-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ........... W, 12-6 at Charlotte ................................. L, 4-6 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 6-4 at Furman* ................................. W, 4-2 at Furman* .................................. L, 2-3 at Furman* .................................. L, 0-2 ELON ......................................... W, 5-4 at Liberty ................................... L, 3-10 at Wofford* ............................. W, 17-12 at Wofford* ................................. W, 5-4 at Wofford* ............................... W, 17-4 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 4-6 THE CITADEL* ......................... L, 3-16 THE CITADEL* ......................... L, 6-10 THE CITADEL* ......................... L, 5-12 at Duke ..................................... L, 5-12 EAST CAROLINA ....................... L, 8-9 at East Tennessee State* ........ W, 13-9 at East Tennessee State* ........... L, 3-8 at East Tennessee State* ....... L, 12-21 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 3-2 VMI* ........................................... W, 3-1 VMI* ............................................ L, 1-2 VMI* ........................................... W, 7-0 CHARLOTTE ......................W, 5-4 (10) LIBERTY .................................... W, 7-3 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* . W, 8-4 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* .. L, 0-8 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* . W, 7-1 vs. East Tennessee State$ ........L, 7-11 vs. Furman$................................ L, 0-3

* - SoCon game $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2000 Record: 34-24 (20-9 SoCon, 3rd) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 28

NORTH CAROLINA A & T ......... W, 6-3 at UNC Wilmington ................ W, 15-12 at UNC Wilmington ................... L, 4-13 LIBERTY ..................................... L, 6-8 HIGH POINT............................ W, 22-8 HIGH POINT..............................L, 5-11 ELON ....................................... W, 10-5 at Georgia Tech ....................... W, 10-6 at Georgia Tech .......................... L, 7-8 at Florida..................................... L, 2-9 at Florida.................................. W, 12-4 WESTERN CAROLINA ............. W, 6-1 WESTERN CAROLINA ............. W, 6-0 WESTERN CAROLINA ........... W, 10-7 ALBANY................................... W, 10-5 ALBANY................................. W, 22-11 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..... W, 5-2 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ...L, 11-14 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ... W, 10-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* .......... W, 10-5 APPALACHIAN STATE* ............ W, 6-2 at Davidson* .............................. W, 5-1 at Davidson* .......................... W, 12-11 at Davidson* .......................W, 3-2 (11) at Wake Forest ......................... L, 0-14 at VMI* ..................................... W, 16-3 at VMI* ................................... W, 21-10 at VMI* ...................................... L, 9-10 at Elon ..................................... W, 11-1

Mar. 29 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 2 May 6 *May 11 *May 12 *May 13 May 17 May 18 May 19

EAST CAROLINA ....................... L, 3-4 at Liberty ..................................... L, 5-8 CHARLOTTE ............................. W, 9-6 at East Carolina ....................... W, 15-7 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 2-5 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 2-6 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 3-8 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 0-2 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 8-4 at College of Charleston*........... W, 7-3 at College of Charleston*........... W, 8-2 at College. of Charleston*......... L, 8-18 at NC State ..........................L, 7-8 (10) WOFFORD*............................... W, 4-0 WOFFORD*............................. W, 10-4 WOFFORD*............................... W, 9-0 at Virginia .................................... L, 0-1 at Virginia ................................. W, 15-5 FURMAN* .................................. W, 4-2 FURMAN* ................................ W, 12-6 FURMAN* ................................. L, 4-17 at North Carolina ........................ L, 3-4 UNC WILMINGTON.............L, 6-9 (12) at Georgia Southern ................... L, 2-6 at Georgia Southern ................... L, 5-6 at Georgia Southern ...........W, 6-5 (10) Coll. of Charleston$ .................... L, 3-7 Davidson$.................................. W, 3-2 Furman$ ..................................... L, 3-7

*- SoCon game $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2001 Record: 31-28 (17-12 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 27 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 May 1

at North Carolina A & T ............ W, 16-6 at UNC Wilmington ................... L, 5-10 at UNC Wilmington ..................... L, 2-6 UCONN ..................................... W, 2-0 UCONN ................................... W, 10-1 UCONN ..................................... W, 9-8 at High Point ............................... L, 5-8 OHIO ......................................... W, 4-1 at Elon ....................................... W, 6-1 at College of Charleston ........... L, 1-14 DAVIDSON* ............................... W, 8-5 DAVIDSON* ............................... W, 8-0 DAVIDSON* ................................ L, 4-6 at Liberty ..................................... L, 0-4 VMI* ......................................... W, 10-6 VMI* ......................................... W, 13-4 VMI* ......................................... W, 14-9 VIRGINIA .................................... L, 3-6 VIRGINIA .................................. L, 2-12 at Western Carolina*................. L, 1-10 at Western Carolina*................ W, 22-5 at Western Carolina*..................L, 9-11 at Appalachian St.* ..................... L, 6-8 at Appalachian St.* ................... L, 4-10 at Appalachian St.* .................... W, 7-4 at East Carolina ......................... W, 9-5 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* . W, 2-1 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* . W, 4-3 NORTH CAROLINA A & T ....... W, 10-5 at Wake Forest ..........................L, 9-11 at North Carolina State ............... L, 2-4 NORTH CAROLINA STATE.......L, 6-11 HIGH POINT............................. L, 3-13 NORTH CAROLINA................. W, 10-9 at Furman* ............................... W, 10-5 at Furman* ............................... W, 11-6 at Furman* .................................. L, 8-9 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 4-5 at Wofford* .................................. L, 4-5 at Wofford* ............................... W, 16-5 at Wofford* ..........................W, 8-6 (10) ELON .......................................... L, 0-6 at North Carolina ..................... L, 3-10 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............ L, 3-5 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............ L, 3-9 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ........... W, 8-6 NORTH CAROLINA A & T ......... W, 6-3

1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


May 4 May 5 May 6 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 18 May 19 May 19

THE CITADEL* ....................L, 5-6 (12) THE CITADEL* .......................... W, 4-3 THE CITADEL* ........................... L, 4-8 at East Tennessee State* .......... W, 8-5 at East Tennessee State* ........ W, 11-0 at East Tennessee State* ........... L, 8-9 Western Carolina$ .................... W, 7-5 Georgia Southern$ ................... L, 7-10 East Tennessee State$. ............. W, 9-6 Appalachian State$ ................... W, 2-1 Georgia Southern$ .................... W, 4-0 The Citadel$ ............................... L, 3-5

* - SoCon games $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2002 Record: 33-22 (17-11 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 19 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 30 May 3 May 4 May 5 May 7 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 16 May 17 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 24

at NC A&T.................................. W, 4-2 GEORGE WASHINGTON ......... W, 7-2 GEORGE WASHINGTON ..... W, 12-10 GEORGE WASHINGTON .......... L, 2-5 LIBERTY ................................... L, 2-10 OHIO ......................................... W, 9-0 OHIO ....................................... W, 16-2 ALBANY................................... W, 10-9 UNC WILMINGTON................... W, 3-2 at Elon ........................................ L, 3-7 WESTERN CAROLINA* ............. L, 0-2 WESTERN CAROLINA* ........ W, 13-11 WESTERN CAROLINA* .......... W, 11-8 JAMES MADISON ...................... L, 0-6 EAST TENN. ST.* ....................... L, 8-9 EAST TENN. ST.* .................... W, 14-8 EAST TENN. ST.* ...................... W, 9-1 at Charlotte ............................... L, 3-14 at Davidson* .............................. W, 8-7 at Davidson* ............................. L, 6-16 at Davidson* ............................... L, 7-8 NC STATE ................................ L, 5-13 BROWN ..................................... W, 8-7 at VMI* ....................................... W, 5-1 at VMI* ....................................... W, 6-1 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 3-6 NC A&T......................................L, 8-11 Wofford* ................................. W, 14-12 Wofford* ..................................... W, 9-3 Wofford* ................................... W, 16-8 E. Kentucky ............................. W, 11-4 E. Kentucky ............................. W, 10-5 at The Citadel* ........................... W, 5-0 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 1-4 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 1-4 CHARLOTTE ......................... W, 13-12 HIGH POINT............................ W, 14-8 at Virginia ................................. W, 12-5 at Coll.of Charleston*.................. L, 3-9 at Coll.of Charleston*............... W, 12-0 at Coll.of Charleston*................ L, 4-16 at Wake Forest ......................... L, 3-13 APPALACHIAN ST.* .................. W, 8-0 APPALACHIAN ST.* .................. W, 2-0 APPALACHIAN ST.* ................... L, 1-6 Elon ........................................... W, 4-3 FURMAN* .................................. W, 7-1 FURMAN* .................................. W, 6-4 FURMAN* ................................... L, 2-7 at Georgia Southern* ................ L, 6-12 at Georgia Southern* ................. W, 9-3 Georgia Southern$ ..................... L, 2-4 East Tennessee State$ .............. W, 3-0 Western Carolina$ ..................... W, 6-4 Furman$ ..................................... L, 7-9

* - SoCon game $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

1998 Southern Conference Champions

2003 Record: 39-21 (17-13 SoCon, t-4th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 12 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 16 Apr. 19 Apr. 19 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 23 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 2 May 3 May 4 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 24

at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 24-3 DREXEL .................................. W, 16-0 DREXEL .................................. W, 22-4 DREXEL .................................... W, 4-3 at High Point ............................ W, 13-5 OHIO ....................................... W, 12-2 OHIO ....................................... W, 10-4 OHIO ......................................... W, 4-2 LEMOYNE ................................. W, 5-4 LEMOYNE ................................. W, 4-1 LEMOYNE ................................. W, 5-4 ALBANY..................................... W, 6-5 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ...... L, 1-8 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..... W, 5-1 EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ..... W, 6-2 at Virginia .................................. L, 5-12 at Virginia .................................. L, 6-14 at Furman* ............................... W, 14-4 at Furman* .................................. L, 1-2 at Furman* ................................. W, 6-5 CORNELL.................................. W, 5-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ......... W, 10-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* .......... L, 4-15 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ........... W, 5-1 at Wake Forest ........................... L, 6-9 EASTERN KENTUCKY ............. W, 3-1 EASTERN KENTUCKY ........... W, 10-4 at North Carolina State ............... L, 2-3 at VMI* .......................................L, 4-11 at VMI* ....................................... W, 8-3 at VMI* ........................................ L, 5-7 WESTERN CAROLINA* ............ W, 5-4 WESTERN CAROLINA* ............ W, 6-1 WESTERN CAROLINA* .......... W, 14-2 HIGH POINT............................ W, 14-2 at Wofford* ................................. W, 7-6 at Wofford* .................................. L, 3-4 at Wofford* ................................. W, 4-3 ELON ......................................... W, 6-3 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 26-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* .......... W, 14-7 APPALACHIAN STATE* .......... W, 17-8 APPALACHIAN STATE* ............. L, 3-4 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 2-5 UNC ASHEVILLE ...................... W, 8-1 at Collegeof Charleston*............. L, 2-7 at Collegeof Charleston*............ W, 1-0 at Collegeof Charleston*............. L, 3-5 THE CITADEL* ........................ W, 12-9 THE CITADEL* ........................... L, 4-9 THE CITADEL* ..........................L, 6-11 at Davidson* ............................... L, 0-5 at Davidson* ............................ W, 10-2 at Davidson* ............................... L, 6-7 Furman$ ..................................... L, 2-3 Davidson$.................................. W, 7-3 College of Charleston$ .............. W, 4-3 VMI$ ........................................ W, 10-1 Georgia Southern$ ..................... L, 1-4

* - SoCon game $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2004 Record: 33-21-1 (16-14 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb 20 Feb.22 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 10 Mar. 12

FORDHAM ................................ W, 9-3 FORDHAM ................................ W, 2-1 at High Point ............................. W, 9-4 LEMOYNE ................................. W, 7-1 LEMOYNE ............................... W, 16-2 LEMOYNE ................................. W, 9-3 at UNC Wilmington ....L, 0-1 (13) OHIO ......................................... W, 7-3 OHIO ....................................... W, 12-6 OHIO ......................................... W, 8-7 VIRGINIA .................................... L, 1-9 DAVIDSON* ............................... W, 6-5

Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Mar. 31 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 7 Apr.14 Apr.16 Apr.17 Apr.18 Apr. 21 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr.25 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 5 May 8 May 8 May 9 May 12 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 26 May 27

DAVIDSON* ............................. W, 11-8 DAVIDSON* ................................ L, 2-3 UNC ASHEVILLE ...................... W, 5-3 at East Tennessee State* .......... W, 7-4 at East Tennessee State* ......... L, 6-18 at East Tennessee State* .......... W, 6-5 WILLIAM & MARY ..................... W, 2-1 at Wake Forest .......................... W, 3-0 FURMAN* .................................. W, 5-3 FURMAN* .................................. W, 4-2 FURMAN* ................................... L, 1-8 HARVARD ...................................T, 4-4 at Georgia Southern* .................. L, 2-8 at Georgia Southern* .................. L, 4-6 at Georgia Southern* ................. W, 6-5 WAKE FOREST....................... W, 12-4 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ........... W, 7-0 ELON* ....................................... W, 9-6 ELON* ...................................... L, 7-10 ELON* ...................................... L, 7-13 North Carolina .......................... L, 3-10 at Western Carolina*.................. W, 9-7 at Western Carolina*.................. W, 7-0 at Western Carolina*.................. W, 8-0 HIGH POINT.......................... W, 11-10 NORTH CAROLINA STATE........ L, 4-9 WOFFORD* ............................ W, 10-1 WOFFORD*................................ L, 2-3 WOFFORD*............................. W, 10-3 NORTH CAROLINA.................. L, 5-10 at Appalachian State* ................ L, 1-2 at Appalachian State* ................ W, 9-6 at Appalachian State * ............... W, 8-7 UNC WILMINGTON................... W, 8-3 COLLEGEOF CHARLESTON* .. W, 5-4 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* .. L, 2-3 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* .. L, 4-5 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 3-7 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 1-6 at The Citadel* ............................ L, 3-7 Elon$ ........................................ L, 3-12 College of Charleston$ ............... L, 4-5

Apr. 19 Apr. 20 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 27 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 11 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 21 May 21 May 25 May 26

NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......... W, 10-6 UNC ASHEVILLE ...................... W, 9-4 at Elon ........................................ L, 2-9 at Elon ...................................... L, 5-12 at Elon ........................................ L, 4-8 WAKE FOREST.......................... L, 2-4 WESTERN CAROLINA .............. L, 1-3 WESTERN CAROLINA .............. L, 7-8 WESTERN CAROLINA ............. W, 6-5 at Wofford ................................ W, 14-0 at Wofford .................................. W, 6-5 at Wofford .................................. W, 9-5 HIGH POINT.............................. W, 6-5 APPALACHIAN STATE.............. W, 6-3 APPALACHIAN STATE.............. W, 6-3 APPALACHIAN STATE............ W, 11-4 at College of Charleston ............. L, 1-9 at College of Charleston ............. L, 2-7 at College of Charleston ............. L, 0-8 Elon .......................................... L, 6-12 College of Charleston ................. L, 2-8

* - SoCon Game # - Hughes Bros. Challenge (Wilmington, NC) $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

* - SoCon Game $ - SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2005 Record: 31-22 (17-13 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 16 Apr. 17

DELAWARE ............................... W, 5-1 DELAWARE ............................... W, 6-5 DELAWARE ............................... W, 4-3 at North Carolina A&T.............. W, 10-5 George Mason ............................ L, 5-9 James Madison ......................... W, 8-3 at UNC Wilmington ..................... L, 3-9 at NC State ................................L, 1-11 OHIO ....................................... W, 11-1 OHIO .......................................... L, 3-7 OHIO ......................................... W, 8-6 NC STATE .................................L, 6-11 WILLIAM & MARY ..................... W, 6-5 THE CITADEL............................ W, 2-1 THE CITADEL.......................... W, 14-6 THE CITADEL............................ W, 4-3 at Davidson................................. L, 1-2 at Davidson................................ W, 3-2 at Davidson................................ W, 7-5 ALBANY..................................... W, 4-1 EAST TENNESSEE STATE....... W, 6-2 EAST TENNESSEE STATE...... L, 8-16 EAST TENNESSEE STATE........ L, 0-1 at Furman ................................... L, 3-5 at Furman .................................. W, 5-2 at Furman ................................ W, 11-2 at High Point .............................. W, 3-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN .............. L, 4-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ............ W, 8-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ............. W, 4-3 at Liberty ..................................... L, 0-3 LIBERTY .................................... W, 7-3

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A

David Adams ..............................................2002-current Nate Alden ........................................................... 2003-04 Will Allison .................................................................1997 Justin Aquilante ............................................... 2000-2001

B

Josh Baas...................................................2006-current Ramon Balderas .............................................. 2000-2001 Tyler Ballengee ..........................................2006-current Marcus Battle.............................................................1995 Brad Beavers .............................................................1995 Kevin Bedard ................................................... 1995-1996 Brad Beeson .................................................... 1995-1996 Matt Berry ........................................................ 1991-1992 Jason Branta .............................................................2004 Ryan Brincat ..............................................................2004 Jon Bystrek ...................................................... 1996-1998 C-

C

Taft Cable ........................................................ 1999-2001 Pat Calabrese .................................................. 1993-1996 Rick Capretta ................................................... 1997-2000 Mike Carothers ..........................................................1994 Seth Carr ...................................................................2004 Travis Chance............................................................1996 Chad Clark.................................................................2003 Ryan Clear ..................................................2006-current Kendall Clement ........................................................2004 Chris Cloninger ................................................ 1999-2002 Sean Connors.................................................. 2000-2001 Chris Cook ............................................. 1997, 1999-2001 Justin Crist ....................................................... 2004-2005 Matt Currin .................................................................1992 Patrick Currin .............................................2003-current -D-

D

Scott Danna ..................................................... 1991-1993 Lucas Daulton............................................................2004 Kevin Davis................................................................1996 Linwood Davis ................................................. 1997-1998 Joey DeAngelis................................................ 1991-1994 Adam Deleo ................................................2005-current Jon Denote .......................................................... 2003-05 TJ Donovan ..................................................... 1995-1996 Eric Downum .............................................................1992 Chris Durocher ..........................................................1996 Dan Duskin ................................................................1999 Andy Dvonch ................................................... 1991-1994 E-

E

David Eager ...............................................................1992 Brian Early .................................................................1993 Clark Erskine..............................................2004-current Ben Evick......................................................... 1996-1997 F-

F

Chris Faircloth ................................................. 1995-1996 Ryan Falcon ...............................................2003-current Matt Faulkner................................................... 1993-1994 Greg Feltes .................................................2006-current Bryan Fleming ...........................................................1995 Mark Ford ..................................................................1999 Scott Fussell ....................................................1993, 1995 -G-

G

Kevin Gaddy .................................................... 1994-1995 Ryan Galligan ...................................................... 2001-04 Clay Gibson................................................2005-current Tim Giles ......................................................... 1994-1996 Keith Glauber.............................................................1992 Ryan Gordon ....................................................... 2000-04 Sean Gordon ................................................... 1998-1999 Nick Gonzalez ................................................. 1999-2000 Roly Gonzalez ............................................2005-current Andy Grader ..............................................................2002 Brian Greene ................................................... 1993-1994 Austin Grissom ................................................ 1998-1999 Michael Gulledge ................................................. 2001-03 38 • 2006 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

H

Brandon Harvey .........................................2006-current Chad Hayes ...............................................................2001 Dustin Ham ................................................................2002 Jason Hamilton ..........................................................1996 Lucas Hamilton .................................................... 2001-02 Everett Hancock .................................................. 1999-02 Chris Healy ...................................................... 1992-1995 Shawn Heath .............................................................1992 Pete Hernandez.........................................................2003 Damin Hopkins ..........................................................2000 Richard Hopp....................................................... 1999-01 Aaron Horne ........................................................ 1999-02 Jeff Huffman .................................................... 1991-1994 Matt Hulsman ............................................................1992

J

Jonathan Jackson............................................ 1996-1999 Jason Jaworoski ........................................................1995 Ed Jayjack ..................................................2006-current Nolan Johnson..................................................... 2003-04 Blake Jordan..............................................................2003 Kory Judd ...................................................2006-current -K-

K

Kevin Keene ..............................................................2004 Fletcher Kemp ...........................................................1999 Scott Kerns .......................................................... 1991-93 John Kincaid ..............................................................1998 Mike Krekorian................................................. 1997-2000 Jay Kuykendall ................................................ 1993-1996 -

L

Jason Langlois................................................. 1994-1995 Jesse Lavender ................................................... 2001-04 Justin Lee ........................................................ 2000-2002 Nick Lockhart ................................................... 2001-2002 Tripp Lockhart ............................................................2002 Rob Luerhsen ............................................................1998 M-

M

Chris Madonna .................................................... 1991-92 Greg Martin ............................................... 2006-present Jesse Martin .................................................... 1999-2002 Sam Martin .................................................2005-current Greg Matson...............................................2006-current Chris Mason .................................................... 2003-2005 Steve Matyczyk ............................................... 1992-1995 Jay Maule ........................................................ 2001-2005 Tonka Maynor .................................................. 1991-1994 Nelson Mayton...........................................................2000 Casey McBride ..........................................................1996 Wes McCall.................................................2005-current Mike McClain ....................................................... 2002-04 Corey McDonald .............................................. 1996-1999 Clinton McKinney` .....................................2006-current Kevin Meakum ...........................................................1998 Jay Metzger ......................................................... 2001-04 Scooter Michael ................................................... 2001-04 Will Miller ...................................................................2000 Jermaine Mitchell ......................................2006-current Chris Mittendorf ............................................... 2000-2001 Brian Moehler .................................................. 1991-1993 Mike Mongiello ...........................................2005-current Steve Mokan.................................................... 1997-1999 Brian Morgan ................................................... 1994-1996 Steve Morgan ............................................................2004 -N-

N

Jared Nace ................................................................2000 Jack Nemecek ................................................. 1991-1992 Jonathan Nichols.......................................2002-current Jason Nolte................................................................1998 -

P

Austin Parrish ...................................................... 2003-04 Bryan Parrish ....................................................... 1991-92 Jason Parsons ................................................. 1995-1998 Dominic Pattie ................................................. 1995-1998 Chris Perry.................................................................1999 Darin Phalines ................................................. 2000-2001 Nick Phillips ..................................................... 1994-1997 Sean Pick ........................................................ 1991-1994 John Posey ...................................................... 1992-1994 Jeremy Purcell ................................................. 1997-2000 R-

R

Scott Rachlin .............................................................1999 Robbie Redic ....................................................... 2002-04 Mike Rikard...................................................... 1991-1994 Jeremy Roulin............................................... 2004-current

S

Justin Saltalamacchia .......................................... 2002-03 Andrew Salvo ............................................................1998 Jarrett Santos ...................................................... 2003-04 Jason Sarvis .................................................... 2000-2003 Josh Schmidt .............................................................2004 Dan Schneider ................................................. 1991-1994 Shane Schumaker ............................................... 2000-01 Doug Schutt ...............................................................2001 John Sheeran .................................................. 1995-1996 Matt Shuey ...................................................... 1994-1995 Sean Slaughter ..........................................................2002 Jeff Smith......................................................... 1999-2000 Logan Smith ................................................. 2005-current Sean Snell .................................................... 2005-current Nick Starnes ................................................. 2003-current Bill Stone ......................................................... 1996-1999 Kirk Strebin .......................................................... 2002-03 Jeremy Suggs............................................................1998 Lance Surridge ................................................ 1997-1998 Allie Swanson ............................................................2003 Anthony Sylvester................................................ 1993-96

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Jonathan Tapper ........................................................2002 Jay Tarigo ..................................................................1997 Kyle Tasco .................................................................2000 David Thigpen ................................................. 1999-2000 Allen Thomas.............................................................2003 Andy Thomas ............................................................1993 Kevin Thompson.............................................. 1998-1999 Shane Thompson ......................................... 2006-current Darrell Tillmon.................................................. 1994-1995 Ted Toler .......................................................... 1998-2001 Matt Tomlin ................................................................2002 U-

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Jeff Ust ......................................................................2000 V-

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Danny Valencia..........................................................2004 Stephen Vaughan ............................................ 1993-1996 Kenny Vawter .................................................. 1997-1998 Mike Viruso ...................................................... 1992-1993 W-

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Daniel Ward ...............................................................2002 Brandon Weber ............................................... 1996-1999 Clay Wehner ..............................................................2003 Guy Welsh .................................................... 2006-current Craig Whalen ....................................................... 2002-03 Rhett Woehrle.................................................. 1997-1998 Y-

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Scott Young ..................................................... 1992-1995

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Matt Oakley ...............................................................1992 Mark Oetjen ..................................................... 1997-1999 Brian Oringderff ............................................... 1991-1992 P1994, 1997 Big South Conference Champions


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