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Table of Contents/Quick Facts/Roster...........................................................1 Coaching Staff........................................................................................... 2-5 Meet the Spartans................................................................................... 6-17 2007 Statistics...................................................................................... 18-19 2008 Opponents................................................................................... 20-24 Southern Conference.............................................................................25-26 All-Time Baseball Roster..............................................................................27 Spartan Baseball Record Book..............................................................28-33 All-Time Baseball Results....................................................................... 34-37 UNCG Spartan Ballparks........................................................................38-39 This is UNCG..........................................................................................40-42 UNCG Administration.............................................................................43-44

UNIVERSITY FACTS

UNCG BASEBALL INFORMATION

Head Coach............................................Mike Gaski (Detroit ‘73, 18th season) Email.................................................................................baseball@uncg.edu Baseball Office Phone.............................................................(336) 334-3247 UNCG Record Overall......................................................525-404-1 (17 years) UNCG Record as Div. I..................................................... 516-371-1 (16 years) Career Recod.......................................................................................... same NCAA Appearances...............................................................Two (1997, 1994) Assistant Coaches....................... Chris Roberts (Florida State ‘97, 1st season) ...................................................Jamie Athas (Arizona State ‘06, 1st season) .......................................Dustin Ijames (North Carolina A&T ‘06, 1st season) Athletic Trainer.............................................................................Daisy Kovach 2007 Overall Record..............................................................................30-30 2007 SoCon Record............................................................................... 14-13 2007 Home Record................................................................................ 17-12 2007 Away Record................................................................................. 10-15 2007 Neutral Record................................................................................. 3-3 2007SoCon Tournament Finish.................................................................. 2-2 2007 NCAA Regional............................................................................... none Position Players Returning/Lost.................................................................7/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost.............................................................................6/7 Newcomers........................................................... 14 (12 Freshmen, 2 Juniors)

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE

Sports Information Director.....................................................Mike Hirschman Email............................................................................. mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell Phone.............................................................................. 336-202-5331 Assistant Sports Information Director ......................................... Jessica Poole Email.................................................................................jepoole@uncg.edu Cell Phone.............................................................................. 336-207-2383 Sports Information Intern (Baseball Contact)............................. Christy Kramer Email.............................................................................cmkramer@uncg.edu Cell Phone.............................................................................. 320-266-2420 Sports Information Phone........................................................ 336-334-5615 Sports Information Fax............................................................. 336-334-3182 Press Box Phone......................................................................336-334-3885 SID Office Address................................................................... UNCG Athletics ...............................................................................................PO Box 26168 ........................................................................ Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website...................................................................... www.uncgspartans.com

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No.Name 1 John Cucchiarella 2 Ian Phillips 3 Ed Jayjack 5 Tim Carrier 6 Ray Quinones 7 Greg Smith 8 Greg Feltes 9 Logan Smith 10 Sean Snell 12 Matt Gaski 13 Joey Frabasile 14 Clay Gibson 15 Brad Raynor 16 Alex Shelton 17 Greg Martin 18 Wes McCall 19 Rob Gilliam 21 Ricky Orton 22 Corey Overholtzer 23 Michael Wall 24 Pedro Leon 25 Matt Bjorkstrom 26 Matt Gibbs 27 Warren Slack 29 Drew Gehringer 30 Kory Judd 31 Blake Hassebrock 33 Wes McBride 35 James White 36 Nick Cucchiarella 37 Brent O’Berry 44 Adam Deleo 48 Bryan Thyroff

Cl. Fr. Fr-r. So-r. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr-r. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr-r.

Pos. INF P C/OF INF/OF INF P OF INF C/OF INF INF P OF P P P P INF OF INF INF/OF P P P OF P P P P INF OF C P

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

Wt. 160 188 200 185 167 170 175 210 180 185 195 195 180 190 190 200 195 220 160 175 180 190 210 160 150 210 185 205 195 220 150 195 235

B/T Hometown/High School (College) R/R Katonah, NY/Somers HS R/R Elon, NC/Northeast Guilford HS L/R Dublin, OH/Dublin Coffman HS R/R Irvine, CA/Irvine Valley College R/R New York, NY/George Washington HS R/R Manorville, NY/Eastport/South Manor R/R Rocky River, OH/St. Ignatius HS R/R Charlotte, NC/Myers Park HS R/R Charlotte, NC/Charlotte Latin HS L/R Greensboro, NC/Florida R/R Bronx, NY/Fordham Prep L/L Gastonia, NC/Ashbrook HS R/R Hamilton, NJ/Lawrenceville Prep L/L Madison, NC/McMichael HS R/R Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill HS L/L Gastonia, NC/Ashbrook HS R/R Chapel Hill, NC/East Chapel Hill HS L/R Bakersfield, CA/Bakersfield College L/L Frederick, MD/Arundel HS L/R Rural Hall, NC/North Forsyth HS R/R Tucson, AZ/Pima Community College L/L Mint Hill, NC/Oak Ridge Military School R/R Modesto, CA/Modesto JC R/R High Point, NC/Southwest Guilford HS R/R Matthews, NC/Butler HS R/R Cary, NC/Green Hope HS R/R High Point, NC/Southwest Guilford HS R/R Lewisville, NC/West Forsyth HS R/R Clendenin, WV/Herbert Hoover HS R/R Katonah, NY/Bloomfield College L/R Greensboro, NC/Ragsdale HS R/R Wilmington, NC/Hoggard HS L/L Pittsford, NY/Pittsford Mendon HS

Head Coach: 4 - Mike Gaski (Detroit, 1973), 18th season at UNCG Assistant Coach: 20 - Chris Roberts (Florida State, 1997), 1st season at UNCG Assistant Coach: 11 - Jamie Athas (Arizona State, 2006), 1st season at UNCG Assistant Coach: 38 – Dustin Ijames (North Carolina A&T, 2006), 1st season at UNCG Athletic Trainer: Daisy Kovach Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mark Williams Student Manager: Joe Burridge Media Note Just a reminder to please refer to our institution as UNC Greensboro (no hyphen) or UNCG on second reference. CREDITS The 2008 University of North Carolina at Greensboro baseball media guide was written and designed by Christy Kramer, UNCG Sports Information Intern. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS2. Editorial assistance provided by Sports Information Director Mike Hirschman and Assistant Sports Information Director Jessica Poole. Photography by WG Sports, John Bell, Chris English, and others. ON THE COVER Front: Tim Carrier, Greg Feltes, Clay Gibson, Sean Snell, Adam Deleo, and Matt Gaski. Back: Logan Smith, Ricky Orton, Wes McCall, and Matt Gibbs.

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Location..................................................................................Greensboro, NC Founded..................................................................................................1891 Enrollment........................................................................................... 16,600 Nickname..........................................................................................Spartans Colors.................................................................................Gold, White & Navy Affiliation................................................................................. NCAA Division I Conference........................................................................................Southern First Year of Baseball...............................................................................1991 Home Field.................................................................UNCG Baseball Stadium Capacity................................................................................................ 3,500 Field Dimensions............................LF-340, LC-370, CF-405, RC-370, RF-340 Surface...................................................................................................Grass 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 Athletics Dept. Phone...............................................................336-334-5952 Ticket Office Phone..................................................................336-334-3250

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USA Baseball is the national governing body for baseball and acts as a representative for the sport on the United States Olympic Committee as well as the International Baseball Foundation.

The 2008 UNCG baseball season will be the 18th season for coach Mike Gaski. He has been the only head coach for the university since the baseball program’s inception in 1991. During his tenure, Gaski has coached over 20 players who have been either drafted or signed to the majors including: Ryan Falcon (2003-07), Guy Welsh (2006-07), Jermaine Mitchell (2006), Chris Mason (2003-05), Taft Cable (1999-01), Brian Moehler (199193), Jarrett Santos (2003-04), and Jay Metzger (2001-04). He has also had on his squads four All-Americans, five Freshman All-Americans, three Freshman All-American honorable mentions, and two Academic All-Americans. He has guided the program to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances and league championships in two different Division I conferences – the Big South and Southern. Gaski has also led the Spartans into the Top 30 of several national polls over his 17 seasons. In 2006, Gaski guided the Spartans to the program’s first-ever win over a No. 1-ranked team when UNCG knocked off North Carolina, the eventual national runner-up. Last year, Gaski was presented with his 500th win as a head coach - all of them coming with the Spartans. UNCG topped Army, 13-5, at UNCG Baseball Stadium on March 3 to present Gaski with his milestone win. In 1998, UNCG’s first season in the Southern Conference, the Spartans posted a then-record 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 16 seasons of Division I play, Gaski’s teams have an impressive 516-371-1 record, which includes victories over many established programs. During his tenure at UNCG, he has won three Conference Coach of the Year awards. Overall, Gaski has tallied a 525-4041 record in his career. 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 their 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 (198387), the team made  • 2008 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

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COACHING EXPERIENCE UNC Greensboro • Head Coach (1991-present) • 525-404-1 in 17 overall seasons • 516-371-1 in 16 seasons at Div. I • 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 • Two Academic All-American • Five Freshman All-Americans • Four All-Americans • Four NCAA All-Region players • Three Conference Freshmen of the Year • 40 All-Conference Players • 23 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 • 2006 NCAA Selection Committee • 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

Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


Overall

Div.

1991

II

9-33

.214

1992

I

20-26

.447

1993

I

23-22

.511

1994*

I

39-18

.627

1995

I

35-19

.648

1996

I

28-24

.538

1997*

I

45-17

.726

1998

I

40-18

.690

1999

I

29-26

.527

2000

I

34-24

.586

2001

I

31-28

.525

2002

I

33-22

.611

2003

I

39-21

.650

2004

I

2005

I

31-22

2006

I

26-33

.441

2007

I

30-30

.500

Overall: 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 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 on the technical committee that oversees all international competition, including the World Championships and the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. 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. He conducts UNCG’s popular baseball camp and appears as a lecturer and clinician throughout the nation. Gaski just completed his term as a member of the NCAA Baseball Division I Selection Committee and served on several advisory groups. Most recently, he was asked to serve on the NCAA Baseball Academic Enhancement Working Group, a committee charged with addressing the concerns surrounding academic performance by baseball student-athletes and their correlation to the NCAA’s new APR standards. 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 is a senior infielder at UNCG this season and spent his first two years at Florida, who was the national runner up in 2005. His younger son, Nick, studies Chinese and history at the University of North Carolina. Southern Conference Champions •1998

Record Pct.

33-21-1 .609 .585

525-404-1 .565

* - NCAA Bid

Conference Year

Conf.

Record Pct. Finish

1991 None

n/a

n/a

n/a

1992 None

n/a

n/a

n/a

1993 None

n/a

n/a

n/a

1994 Big South

20-6

.769

1st

1995 Big South

17-7

.708 t-2nd

1996 Big South

12-6

.667

3rd

1997 Big South

18-3

.857

1st

1998 SoCon

22-5

.815

1st

1999 SoCon

16-12

.571

5th

2000 SoCon

20-9

.690

3rd

2001 SoCon

17-12

.586

5th

2002 SoCon

17-11

.607

5th

2003 SoCon

17-13

.567

t-4th

2004 SoCon

16-14

.533

5th

2005 SoCon

17-13

.567

5th

2006 SoCon

13-14

.481

7th

14-13

.519

5th

2007 SoCon Total

224-124 .644

Big South SoCon

67-22 143-89

.753 .616

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Chris Roberts is in his first year as assistant baseball coach at UNC Greensboro for the 2008 season. Roberts spent the last four seasons as the pitching coach at NC State. While with the Wolfpack, Roberts had eight pitchers drafted in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft, including first round pick Andrew Brackman last season. He coached two All-Americans at NC State and three first-team All-ACC pitchers. He made an immediate impact upon his arrival in Raleigh. In 2003, Roberts’ first season with the Wolfpack, NC State logged a team ERA of 3.67 – the program’s best in 11 years. Prior to joining the Wolfpack, Roberts spent two seasons at SoCon rival Western Carolina after a season as a volunteer at Flagler College in Florida. Roberts played his collegiate baseball at Florida State, where he was a two-time All-American and played in the College World Series in 1991 and 1992. An outfielder and pitcher for the Seminoles, Roberts hit .321 as a sophomore and earned third-team All-American honors and Metro Conference Player of the Year with 14 home runs and 77 RBI. The following season, he was a second-team All-American with an 8-4 record as a pitcher and a 2.34 ERA to go along with 12 home runs and 59 RBI at the plate. Roberts, a graduate of Florida State, played for Team USA in the 1991 Pan Am Games and was the starting left fielder for the USA Olympic squad in 1992 in Barcelona. UNCG head coach Mike Gaski was a part of the staff for both of those teams, giving Roberts and Gaski their first full opportunity to work together. Roberts was selected by the New York Mets in the first round of the 1992 draft and played in the Mets organization from 1993-97. Roberts was regarded as a Top 10 prospect for the Mets and went 13-5 with a 2.75 ERA in his first season at Class-A St. Lucie, earning a spot in the Florida State League All-Star Game. He won 13 games again the following year at Class-AA Binghamton, helping the Mets to the Eastern League title. He later had one-year stints with Oakland (1998), Colorado (1999) and Milwaukee (2001), along with a season in the Japanese Pacific League (2000). He played on the Class-AAA level with New York, Oakland and Milwaukee before retiring from his playing career at the end of the 2001 season.

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Jamie Athas is in his first year as assistant baseball coach at UNC Greensboro for the 2008 season. Athas spent last season as an assistant at Kent State. He spent five seasons as a middle infielder in the San Francisco organization, including two years with the Fresno Grizzlies, before spending the 2006 campaign with the Carolina Mudcats, the ClassAA affiliate of the Florida Marlins. He was on the Giants’ 40-man roster during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. A seventh-round pick of the Giants in 2001, Athas played two seasons for Wake Forest. He transferred from Providence after the 1999 season when the university folded the program. He was a Freshman All-American for the Friars, hitting .325 with 42 RBI and 56 runs scored. In 2000, his first season at Wake Forest, Athas was named to the NCAA Regional All-Tournament team and finished the season with a .312 batting average and 30 RBI. His best season in the minors came in 2003 when he hit .275 for Class-AA Norwich. Last year, Athas helped Kent State to a 33-24 mark overall and a 19-8 record in MAC play. The Golden Flashes won the MAC Tournament and adavanced to the NCAA Regional in Columbia, MO.

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Daisy Kovach enters her second year as an assistant athletic trainer at UNCG. Kovach was hired as a full-time assistant in July 2006 and came to Greensboro from Tulane University where she worked as a full-time assistant athletic trainer for the past two years. She was responsible for women’s basketball, women’s golf and baseball. A native of Asheboro, NC, Kovach earned her undergraduate degree from North Carolina in 2001. She attended graduate school at UNCG where she served as a graduate assistant for three years. Kovach worked primarily with baseball and cross country/track and also worked with women’s basketball and men’s soccer. Kovach is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. She also serves as an approved clinical instructor in the entry-level masters’ athletic training program at UNCG.

Katherine Elizabeth Ball 1984-2007 The 2008 UNC Greensboro baseball media season is dedicated to the late Katherine (Katie) Elizabeth Ball of Greenville, NC. A 2006 graduate of UNCG, Katie served as the baseball program’s administrative assistant from 2002-2006. In December 2007, she passed away following a courageous battle with a rare form of cancer. She was just 23. Katie was a 2002 honors graduate of J.H. Rose High School. She graduated from UNCG cum laude with degrees in both geography and political science. Before falling ill, she was working towards a master’s degree at East Carolina. In memory of Katie, her family set up the Katherine E. Ball Memorial Fund for UNC Greensboro. Anyone wishing to make a contribution should contact the Spartan Club at (336) 334-5156.

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Dustin Ijames begins his first year as assistant baseball coach at UNC Greensboro for the 2008 season. Ijames began his collegiate playing career as a shortstop at Methodist College in Fayetteville, NC. After a knee injury sidelined his freshman season in 2002, Ijames enjoyed a solid 2003 redshirt freshman campaign for the Monarchs batting .311 with 27 RBI. In 2004, Ijames transferred to nearby North Carolina A&T in Greensboro, NC where he saw time as both an infielder and outfielder. In 2005, Ijames enjoyed his best season as an Aggie helping North Carolina A&T to a record-setting 27 win season and the school’s first MEAC baseball regular season and tournament championships. North Carolina A&T’s MEAC tournament championship gave the school its first NCAA Regional appearance. Off the field, Ijames was honored as a 2005 Academic All-American for his efforts in the classroom. In his final season as an Aggie in 2006, Ijames excelled both on and off the field and was rewarded by being selected as the 2006 Male Academic Athlete of the year. Ijames graduated from North Carolina A&T in 2006 with a B.S. in Business Management and is currently working towards a Masters in Sports Studies. Ijames spent last season as an assistant baseball coach at nearby Glenn High School in Kernersville, NC and led the Bobcats to the Piedmont Triad 3-A Conference Title and a state quarterfinal playoff appearance.


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At UNCG 2007: Appeared in and started all 60 games his first season as a Spartan... led the team in runs scored (55), hits (91), total bases (125), stolen bases (17), and at-bats (260)... he is now tied with Dominic Pattie for UNCG’s top single-season at-bat record... he joins four other Spartans for the sixth most games played in one season... third on the single-season hit list... tied for ninth in total bases in a season... he finished second on the team with 163 assists... Carrier finished second on the team with a .350 average, 31 RBI, 12 doubles, two triples, and six homeruns... went 4-for-5 with four hits, three RBI, and two homeruns in the 14-2 win over Davidson (Mar. 24)... ranked fifth in the Southern Conference in hits and sixth in total bases. At Irvine Valley College: 2005-2006: A two-year starter at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, CA for head baseball coach Kent Madole... played third base, shortstop and second base for the Lasers... saw time in 36 of 43 games in 2006 and started 31 contests... was the team’s top hitter, finishing with a .317 (40-of-126) batting average with eight doubles, five triples and 24 RBI for a club that finished the year with a 17-26 record... was second on the team with a .460 slugging percentage and had six stolen bases... hit .329 in Orange Empire Conference play with seven doubles, two triples and 12 RBIs... Carrier helped the 2005 Irvine Valley team to its best ever season (27-15) and made the playoffs for the first time in program history... he batted .278 (37-of-133) with six doubles, nine RBIs and 11 stolen bases. Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2006 for the Havasu (AZ) Heat under coach Rick “Chief” Tyman... earned National Baseball Congress All-American honors as a second baseman. High School: Four-year varsity baseball standout at Northwood High School in Irvine, CA for coach Rob Stuart... named city MVP... selected All-CIF twice and all-league three times... also played varsity football three years for the Timberwolves... played three years of summer ball with OC Dawgs/OC Crush for coach Dan Espinose.

At UNCG 2007: Started 49 of 56 games his junior season as a Spartan... finished tied for fifth on the team batting .305 with 57 hits in 187 at-bats... tallied 21 runs, 33 RBI, seven doubles, one triple, and two homeruns... his RBI total was fifth-best on the team... went 2-for-3 with three RBI in the 8-3 victory over Marist (Feb. 24) and went 3-for-3 in the 10-8 win over No. 28 NC State (Mar. 6). 2006: Got the starting nod in 54 of UNCG’s 59 games at catcher... collected 50 hits in 205 at bats for a .244 batting average... posted a .995 fielding percentage... tallied 11 doubles, one triple and two homeruns... finished with 21 RBI... was a perfect 3-for-3, including two doubles, in UNCG’s 9-8 loss at Georgia Southern (Apr. 23)... went 2-for-4 with two RBI and one triple in the 7-4 win over Albany (Mar. 19)... was 3-for-5 with two RBI in the 20-11 victory at Appalachian State (Apr. 7)... collected 2 RBI in the 3-1 win over Bethune-Cookman (Mar. 5). 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 9-5 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-Mid-Southeastern Conference in 2003 and 2004... participated in the North Carolina State Games in 2003 and 2004. Personal: Adam Michael Deleo... born October 6, 1986 in Stamford, CT... son of Salvatore and Lori Deleo... majoring in English at UNCG.

Personal: Timothy Jung Carrier... born January 13, 1986 in Bakersfield, CA... son of Ted and Joo Carrier... has a brother Joe... communications major at UNCG. Tim Carrier’s UNCG Statistics

Yr. 2007

Avg. .350

G-GS AB 60-60 260

R 55

H 91

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2B 12

3B 2

HR 6

RBI 31

BB SB-A 12 17-22

Adam Deleo’s Career Statistics

Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Avg. G-GS .286 45-38 .243 57-54 .305 56-49 .276 158-141

AB 140 206 187 533

R 17 26 21 64

H 40 50 57 147

2B 9 11 7 27

3B 0 1 1 2

HR 1 2 2 5

RBI 21 21 33 75

BB 7 9 17 33

SB-A 1-1 1-4 1-2 3-7

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2006: Saw action in 58 games and made 55 starts for the Spartans... finished fourth on the squad with a .301 batting average... led the team in runs scored with 46 and in doubles with 13... third on the team with 63 total hits... posted a .411 slugging percentage and a .979 fielding percentage... second on the team with 17 stolen bases... went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI at Appalachian State (Apr. 8)... tallied a double and a triple and was 2-for-5 with 2 RBI in a 10-6 victory at Western Carolina (May 7)... was 3-for-4 and grabbed 2 RBI in the 5-3 win over Elon (May 19).

At the University of Florida 2005-06: Started 34 games as a sophomore in the infield for Florida and batted .227 with 14 runs and seven RBI in 47 games played... was 2-for-3 and scored twice versus USF... was 2-for-2 and had two RBI in the 12-6 decision over Harvard (Mar. 11)... earned all-tourney honors at The Pepsi Baseball Classic... went 2-for-2 and scored three runs in his starting debut on Feb. 10... in 2005, he appeared in 30 games during his rookie campaign, going 4-for-11 at the plate (.364)... saw action in five of Florida’s six games at the CWS... played in both NCAA Super Regional 2005: Started 22 games while seeing action in 32 during his freshman season at UNCG... contests versus Florida State after seeing action in all three NCAA Regional games. 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 Summer Ball: Spent the summer of 2007 with the Vienna (VA) Senators under Chris Burr... the team was ranked as high as sixth in the country among all summer league teams... participated in an 8-6 win against Georgia Southern (Apr. 9). in the NBC World Series in both 2006 and 2007... played for the Herndon (VA) Braves of the High School: Earned two varsity letters at St. Ignatius High School for head coach Brian Clark C. Griffith Collegiate Baseball League for two years... the 2006 team was the postseason Morgan... named Cleveland Plain-Dealer Player of the Year in 2004... first team All-Ohio State tournament champions with a 27-16 overall record... the 2005 club claimed the second-half at second base... selected as the Northern Ohio 7-County Player of the Year... named first team division title and defeated the Vienna Senators to win the league’s 60th championship. All-Cuyahoga River Conference... tied a single-season school record for home runs (10) and broke High School: Three-year letterwinner at NW Guilford HS for head coach John Hughes... invited his own school record of 48 runs to the USA Junior Team Trials and was his school’s Athlete of the Year as a senior... selected allscored by crossing the plate 51 area and All-Metro 4A Conference after batting .392 as a senior... represented the West squad times... recorded a .939 slugging at the NC State Games... was named all-area and all-conference during his junior year after percentage and .626 on-base hitting .372... batted .301 as a sophomore percentage in helping St. Ignatius and collected all-area honors... also played to the Cuyahoga River Baseball basketball and football for the Vikings... Conference championship and member of the Interact Club, the Key Club the school’s third Division I state and the National Honor Society. final four appearance since 2000. Personal: Matthew A. Gaski... born May 12, 1986 in Lakeland, FL... son of UNCG head baseball coach Mike and Roberta Gaski... has a younger brother Nick that attends North Carolina... also recruited by Mississippi State and Illinois... majoring in political science at UNCG.

Personal: Gregory Robert Feltes... born December 24, 1985 in Westlake, OH... son of Bob Feltes and Anne Browning... majoring in finance at UNCG.

Greg Feltes’s Career Statistics Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Avg. G-GS .193 32-22 .301 58-55 .359 55-54 .306 145-131

AB 83 209 198 490

R 13 46 42 101

H 16 63 71 150

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2B 5 13 13 31

3B 1 2 3 6

HR 1 2 5 8

RBI 6 22 45 73

BB SB-A 13 2-3 34 17-23 28 6-7 75 25-33

Matt Gaski’s UNCG Statistics Yr. 2007

Avg. .291

G-GS AB 60-60 237

R 54

H 69

2B 12

3B 1

HR 1

RBI 21

BB SB-A 42 11-14

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At UNCG 2007: In his first season with the Spartans, Gaski started all 60 games played to finish seventh on the team with a .291 batting average... topped the team with 164 assists... tied his career-high two RBI in the 14-2 victory over Davidson (Mar. 24) and the 17-10 win against North Carolina A&T (Apr. 25)... finished 4-for-5 against Georgia Southern (Apr. 1) with two runs and one double... went 3-for-5 with a walk against Wofford (Apr. 21) and Appalachian State (May 18)... tied with teammate Tim Carrier and three others with the sixth-most games played in a season... third on the single-season list in at-bats (237)... ranked third in the Southern Conference in walks (42).

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At UNCG 2007: Finished his junior season with the team’s best average of .359... got the starting nod in 54 of his 55 games played... led the team in slugging percentage (.530), on-base percentage (.455), and triples (3)... tallied 71 hits in 198 at-bats with 42 runs, 13 doubles, five homeruns, 45 RBI, and 105 total bases... went 2-for-2 against Army (Mar. 3) and Wofford (May 24)... in the 12-3 victory over Elon on April 27, Feltes went 3-for-6 with two runs scored, three RBI, and a homerun... ranked eighth in the Southern Conference in on-base percentage... member of the 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.


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At UNCG 2007: Got the starting nod in two of his 29 appearances on the mound... finished the season second on the team in appearances and ninth in the SoCon... completed the season with a 2-2 record and a 5.44 ERA... first on the team in relief appearances (27), tied for third in games finished (8), and fifth in ERA... tallied a season-high three strikeouts in the 17-10 victory over North Carolina A&T (Apr. 25)... did not allow a hit in appearances against Auburn (Feb. 18), No. 28 NC State (Mar. 6), Western Michigan (Mar. 9), Jacksonville (Mar. 10), No. 1 North Carolina (Mar. 14), Duke (Apr. 17), and Elon (May 25).

At UNCG 2007: Finished fourth on the team with an ERA of 5.42 and a win-loss record of 4-4... in his 18 appearances he recorded 16 starts and 42 strikeouts... in the game versus Marist (Feb. 24) he allowed just two hits in his six innings on the mound... he allowed just two hits once again in the 14-3 victory over Wake Forest (Apr. 10)... he tallied a season-best seven strikeouts in the 9-1 win over Wofford (Apr. 21)... Gibbs was one-of-two pitchers to make 16 starts... he finished the season second on the team in innings pitched (88), and third in wins (4), total strikeouts (42), and batters struck out looking (14).

2006: Started nine games and appeared in 23 in his sophomore season... finished with a 2-3 record and a 6.10 earned run average in 51.2 innings pitched... tallied 23 total strikeouts... grabbed his first win of the season in the 3-2 victory over Princeton (Mar. 22)... struck out a season-high five hitters and allowed just one hit in 5.1 innings pitched in a 4-3 win over North Carolina A&T (Mar. 29)... earned his second victory against UNC Asheville after allowing no runs in 5.2 innings (Apr. 5).

At Modesto Junior College 2005-06: Played two years at Modesto Junior College for head coach Bo Aiela... was named second team All-Central Valley Conference after posting an 8-4 record with a 3.29 ERA in 15 starts as a sophomore for the Pirates... struck out 75 in 82 innings... pitched a five-hit complete game shutout in a 8-0 rout of Ohlone in Round One of the Northern California Playoffs... team finished 31-13 and won the Central Valley Conference with a 21-7 league record... the Pirates made it to the second round of the California state playoffs... as a freshman, went 4-0 with a 3.16 ERA in four starts and eight appearances overall... struck out 20 in 25.2 innings... team went 30-9 in 2005 and finished third in the Central Valley with a 14-6 record.

2005: Made10pitchingappearances 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, 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).

Summer Ball: Member of the 2007 National Baseball Conference World Series Champion Havasu (AZ) Heat coached by Chief Twillman. High School: Attended Calvary Temple High School in Modesto, CA... played for head baseball coach Mark Antrim. Personal: Matt David Gibbs... born April 24, 1985 in Tacoma, WA... son of Carl Gibbs and Rhonda Arnold... has two brothers, Carl and Brent... also recruited by Fresno State and Hawaii... majoring in sociology at UNCG.

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... born July 1, 1986 in Gastonia, NC... son of Mike and Lou Ann Gibson... majoring in communications.

Clay Gibson’s Career Statistics Matt Gibbs’ UNCG Statistics

Yr. 2007

ERA 5.42

W-L 4-4

APP 18

GS 16

GC 0

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SV 0

IP 88.0

H R-ER BB 92 64-53 28

SO 42

Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

ERA 5.08 6.10 5.44 5.64

W-L 3-0 2-3 2-2 7-5

APP 10 23 29 62

GS 3 9 2 14

GC 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP H R-ER 28.1 31 20-16 51.2 71 45-35 41.1 23 30-25 121.1 155 95-76

BB 9 22 13 44

SO 24 23 18 65

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Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

ERA 4.63 7.87 8.84 6.30

W-L 5-3 1-7 0-0 6-10

APP 30 16 16 62

GS 1 7 0 8

GC 0 0 0 0

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SV IP 6 68.0 0 42.1 0 18.1 6 128.2

H 79 65 30 174

R-ER 42-35 44-37 24-18 110-90

BB 18 15 12 45

SO 61 26 17 104

Yr. 2007

Ricky Orton’s UNCG Statistics Avg. .330

G-GS 55-44

AB 176

R 37

H 58

2B 17

3B 0

HR 6

RBI 42

BB 23

SB-A 1-1

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At UNCG 2007: Finished the season ranked fourth on the team with a .330 average and 58 hits... started 44 of 55 games for the Spartans... in 176 at-bats he recorded 37 runs, 17 doubles, six homeruns, 42 RBI, and 93 total bases... ranked second on the team in slugging percentage (.528), doubles, and homeruns... third on the list in RBI and on-base percentage (.408)... went 2-for-4 against High Point (Feb. 28), Elon (Apr. 27), 2006: Started in 45 games and had 46 appearances as a infielder and a pitcher for UNCG... College of Charleston (May 12), and UNC Asheville (May 16)...recorded a season-high finished sixth on the squad with a .260 batting average on 39 hits in 150 at bats... recorded five RBI in the 12-9 loss to Appalachian State (May 19). 17 RBI and four doubles... second on the team in walks (35) and third in on-base percentage (.403)... tallied a 1-7 overall record and had seven starts on the mound... struck out 26 hitters At Bakersfield College and only allowed 15 walks... went 5-for-6 with one RBI and a triple in a two-game sweep 2005-06: Played two years for coach Tim Painton... was named to the 2006 Western of Princeton (Mar 21-22)... tallied one RBI and was 2-for-4 in a 3-2 victory over College of State South All-Conference second team at first base... led the 2006 club with a .381 Charleston (Mar. 24)... went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the 20-10 triumph over Appalachian State batting average with 14 doubles, three triples, three home runs and drove in 29 RBI... (Apr. 7)... had two RBI in the 7-6 win over No. 3 North Carolina (Apr 18). posted a .563 slugging percentage and a .485 on-base percentage... the Renegades posted a school record for wins with a final record of 32-16... team advanced to the SoCal 2005: Went 5-3 with a 4.63 earned run Super Regional tournament... team won the Western State Conference Championship average in a team-leading 30 appearances with a 19-5 league slate... hit .256 as a freshman with seven doubles, five homers and on the hill... the 30 appearances is tied for 19 RBI... team finished 23-17 overall in 2005 and second in the conference with a the 10th most in a single-season at UNCG... 16-8 league record. struck out 61 hitters while allowing 28 base on balls... tied for the lead on the squad with Summer Ball: Played six saves... earned his first collegiate win in a relief role against Delaware (Feb. 19)... for the 2007 NBC struck out a season-high six hitters in a World Series Champion 10-5 win at North Carolina A&T (Feb. 22)... Havasu (AZ) Heat under recorded his first save in an 8-6 win over coach Rick “Chief” Ohio (Mar. 6)... hurled three hitless innings Tyman with five punchouts in a 6-3 victory over Appalachian State (May 13)... notched High School: Attended his first career hit and RBI in a 1-for-2 Nor th High School showing against Ohio (Mar. 6). in Bakersfield, CA... earned two letters for Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 for the coach Tony Silver as Coastal Plain League Champion Thomasville (NC) Hi Toms as a pitcher and first baseman. a third baseman and High School: Earned four varsity letters at Ashbrook High School under head coach James Parks... pitcher... two-time set new school record with 13 wins in a season... holds Gaston County record for most base all-area selection... hits... all-state selection... two-time conference MVP and four-time All-Big South 3A Conference was named Kern honoree... All-Gaston Gazette and Charlotte Observer in 2003 and 2004. County Player of the Year once. Personal: Wesley Douglas McCall... born July 5, 1986 in Franklin, TN... son of Bill and Debi McCall... major is parks and recreation at UNCG. Personal: Richard Thomas Or ton... Wes McCall’s Career Statistics born September 7, Yr. Avg. G-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SB-A 1986 in Bakersfield, 2005 .194 18-11 36 2 7 2 0 0 2 9 0-0 CA... son of Keith 2006 .260 46-45 150 19 39 4 1 0 17 35 2-5 and Beth Orton... has a 2007 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 younger brother, Nick, and sister, Hillary... majoring in history at UNCG. Totals .247 65-56 186 21 46 6 1 0 19 44 2-5 At UNCG 2007: Appeared in 16 games for the Spartans, used primarily in a relief pitching role last season... in his 18.1 innings on the mound, he garnered an 8.84 ERA and tallied 17 strikeouts... ranked fifth on the team with 16 games in relief... collected a season-high three strikeouts in games against Auburn (Feb. 17), Marist (Feb. 24), and Cornell (Mar. 21).


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At UNCG 2007: Made 25 appearances for the Spartans with eight starts... in his 34 at-bats he collected seven runs, five hits, a double, three RBI, and six total bases... logged a season-high two RBI in the 7-2 win over Cornell (Mar. 21)... went 1-for-1 with a run scored and an RBI in the 12-6 victory over North Carolina A&T (Apr. 3)... member of the 2007 Chancellor’s List, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, and SoCon Honor Roll... four-year member of the UNCG Dean’s List... member of the 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

At UNCG 2007: Posted a .254 batting average... got the starting nod in 54 of 59 games for UNCG... in his career-high 197 appearances at the plate, he tallied 50 hits with eight doubles, one triple, and seven homeruns (team-best)... logged 37 RBI, tallied a career-high 35 runs scored, and had 81 total bases... went 5-6 in stolen bases... finished with a .969 fielding percentage... ranked fourth in RBI and fifth in stolen bases, steal attempts, plate appearances, at-bats, and games started... went 3-for-3 with four runs, five RBI, a double, and a homerun in the 13-12 victory over Cornell (Mar. 20)... went 3-for-4 with two runs, five RBI, and two homeruns in the 8-6 defeat 2006: Recorded a .245 batting average on 24 hits in 98 at bats... started 26 games and over Georgia Southern (May 25)... named to the 2007 SoCon All-Tournament team... member appeared in 40 for the Spartans... tallied 14 runs batted in and 10 walks... had a career of the 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. high 3 RBI and was 2-for-3 in the 8-7 victory over High Point (Feb. 21)... went 1-for-3 with two RBI in a 6-1 win over Kent State (Mar. 10)... was a perfect 3-for-3 with one RBI against 2006: Appeared in 49 games and started 45 in his second season with the Spartans... was third on the team with a .303 batting average on 50 hits in 165 at bats... second on the squad Georgia Southern (Apr. 23)... recorded two RBI in the 5-4 win over Furman (May 25). with a .412 slugging percentage and with 12 doubles... led the team in sacrifice bunts with 2005: Started 17 and appeared in 29 games for UNCG during freshman campaign... nine... third in stolen bases with nine... fifth in runs scored (21) and on-base percentage logged a .259 batting average while collecting five RBI... did not commit an error in 46 (.356)... accumulated 19 RBI and 11 walks... went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI in the 4-3 victory against total chances in the field... recorded his first career hit at N.C. State (Mar. 1)... went North Carolina A&T (Mar. 29)... was 3-for-5 with one RBI and two doubles in a 20-10 win over 2-for-4 with one RBI in 6-2 win over East Tennessee State (Mar. 25)... went 2-for-4 with Appalachian State (Apr. 7)... recorded two RBI and a home run in a 2-for-4 showing against Georgia Southern (Apr. 23)... went 6-for-10 with five RBI in the three game sweep of Wofford an RBI double in 11-4 victory (May 12-13)... was 2-for-4 with one RBI against Elon (May 19). over Appalachian State (May 15).

2005: Started 16 games, appearing in 23 games as a freshman... posted a .227 batting average... 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 three varsity letters at Myers Park High School for head coach Les Demming... A ll-S ou t hwes t er n 4A Conference selection... Nor th Carolina State Games par ticipant... helped the Mustangs to the 2003 regular season and tournament league crowns... also earned three varsity letters in football at the quarterback position.

Summer Ball: 2007 member of the Luray (VA) Wranglers as a catcher and outfielder for coach Mike Bocock. 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 (2002-04)... named all-state in 2003 and 2004.

Personal: Brick Logan S m i t h , J r. . . . b o r n February 27, 1986 in Charlotte, NC... son of Brick Sr. and Brenda Smith... majoring in physical education at UNCG.

Personal: Sean Charles Snell... born May 16, 1986 in Lansing, MI... son of Pete and Lynn Snell... majoring in finance at UNCG.

Logan Smith’s Career Statistics

Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Avg. .259 .245 .147 .231

G-GS AB 29-17 54 40-26 98 25-8 34 94-51 186

R 9 12 7 28

H 14 24 5 43

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2B 4 7 1 12

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

Sean Snell’s Career Statistics RBI 5 14 3 22

BB 3 10 5 18

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

Yr. 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Avg. G-GS .227 23-16 .303 49-45 .254 59-54 .271 131-115

AB 44 165 197 406

R 10 21 35 66

H 10 50 50 110

2B 1 12 8 21

3B 1 0 1 2

HR 1 2 7 10

RBI 6 19 37 62

BB SB-A 5 0-0 11 9-12 20 5-6 36 14-18

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High School: 2005 graduate of Somers High School in Lake Lincolndale, NY... two-year letterwinner for the Tuskers playing both as a catcher and a first baseman... earned all-section and all-league honors his sophomore, junior, and senior years... named all-league honorable mention his freshman year as a JV player... held the highest batting average on the team with.475... Personal: Nicholas John Cucchiarella... born May 11, 1987 in White Plains, NY... son of John and Doris Cucchiarella of Katonah, NY... brother John joined UNCG this year... has an 11-year-old brother named Christian... cousin Alex Cucchiarella plays for St. Thomas Aquinas... also recruited by Piedmont College, Greensboro College, and Bloomfield College... working towards a physical education teaching certificate at UNCG.

2006: Earned a medical redshirt. 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 against 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 (Apr. 19)... 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.

Pima Community College: 2006-2007: Played two years for the Aztec under coach Edgar Soto... in his first year he made it to the sophomore all-star team and in 2007 he was selected to the all-Arizona Community Personal: Kory Dean College Athletic Conference second-team as an outfielder... also named to the all-region firstJudd... born July 25, team and the Division I second-team. 1986 in Clearwater, TX... son of Rick and Summer Ball: In the summers of 2005 and 2006, played for the RBI Baseball Club in Tucson, Maureen Judd... AZ as an outfielder and a catcher. majoring in exercise and sport science. High School: 2005 graduate of Pueblo High School in Tucson, AZ... four-time letterwinner for coach Fred Trujillo... during his four years with the Warriors he was a first-team all-state and all-region selection... selected to the 4A all-star game and the 4A Super 50 game... also played four years on the soccer team as a sweeper where he earned first-team, all-state, and all-region honors. Personal: Pedro Pablo Leon... born May 26, 1987... son of Pedro Sr. and Ines Leon of Tucson, AZ... has two sisters Amalia – 25 and Vanessa – 23... majoring in sports medicine at UNCG. Southern Conference Champions •1998

Yr. 2007

Avg. .000

G-GS 1-0

Kory Judd’s Career Statistics AB 0

R 1

H 0

2B 0

Yr. ERA W-L APP GS GC SV 2005 1.98 1-0 5 1 0 0 2006 Redshirt 2007 5.04 4-5 30 3 0 2 Totals 4.43 5-5 35 4 0 2

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 0

BB 2

IP 13.2

H 0

R-ER 3-3

BB 6

55.1 69.0

60 39-31 25 70 42-34 31

SB-A 0-0 SO 14 11 62

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Summer Ball: Played the summers of 2006 and 2007 with the Frozen Ropes baseball club in White Plains, NY under the eye of coach Ryan Castle.

At UNCG 2007: Finished the season with a 5.04 ERA, third-best on the Spartan pitching squad... appeared in 30 games with three starts... tied for the team best with 27 games in relief and two saves... completed the year with a 4-5 record... led the team in appearances (30, which also ranked seventh in the SoCon) and games finished (13)... ranked second with a total of 48 strikeouts, 14 of them with batters looking... his 55.1 innings on the mound were third on the team... tied for third in wins (4)... tallied a season-high six strikeouts in the 9-4 victory over Furman (Apr. 7)... recorded saves in the 2-1 triumph over Army (Mar. 2) and the 5-3 win against College of Charleston (May 12).

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At Bloomfield: 2007: Under coach Matt Belford, finished the season ranked second on the team with a .376 batting average... started 31 of 32 games played... in 109 at-bats he tallied 25 runs, 41 hits, six doubles, four homeruns, and 23 RBI... in the field he recorded 95 putouts and four assists... in the 10-6 and 3-0 doubleheader sweep over American International College (Apr. 7) he was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI in game-one and in game-two he added a pair of hits.


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At UNCG 2007: Made 22 appearances on the mound for UNCG... ended the 2007 season with a 6.39 ERA and a 1-1 record... in his 25.1 innings pitched, he recorded 15 strikeouts... tied for third on the team in appearances and games relieved and ranked fifth in games finished... recorded his lone win of the year in the 7-6 triumph over Georgia Southern (Mar. 31).

At UNCG 2007: Ended his freshman season with a 6.91 ERA and a 2-1 record... appeared in 21 games for the Spartans with six starts... tallied a total of 43.0 innings on the mound... struck out 39 batters and allowed just 21 walks... had a season-high seven strikeouts against Duke (May 9)... faced Auburn to open the season (Feb. 16) and did not allow a hit... ranked fourth in strikeouts, and fifth in both appearances and games started... member of the 2007 2006: Started four games and appeared in 28 in his rookie season for the Spartans... posted Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. a 2-0 overall record with a 5.70 earned run average... finished fourth on the squad with 33 strike outs... third in games relieved with 24... recorded his first collegiate win in the 8-3 win Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 with the Luray (VA) Wranglers under coach Mike over Wofford (May 13) after 4.2 innings pitched... had a career-high four strikeouts against Bocock as a pitcher... selected to the All-League and All-Star teams... led the league in Davidson (Apr. 16)... allowed just one hit in 2.2 innings pitched and tallied two strikeouts ERA... team finished second in the Valley League Championships. in the 10-6 victory over Western Carolina (May 7)... grabbed his second win of the season after recording three strikeouts against Furman (May 25). High School: Competed in baseball for three years at Santa Teresa High School in San Jose, Summer Ball: Played for the Rochester (MN) Honkers during the summer of 2007 for Greg CA... played one year JV and two years of varsity for coach Steve Beaulieu... named to allLabbe as a pitcher... selected to the mid-season and post-season all-star teams... named conference team his junior year... played his senior year at East Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill, NC for head coach Phil Woodell... honored as a Puma pre-season all-American... the Rochester Honkers Pitcher of the Year. named the Wildcats Most Valuable Player... was selected all-state and All-Pac-6 Conference... High School: Four-year saw time as pitcher, letterwinner as a pitcher catcher and shortstop. and infielder for coach David Miller at Chapel Personal: Rober t Hill High School... allLawrence Gilliam... born conference selection as November 29, 1987 in a sophomore, junior and Manassas, VA... son of senior... earned all-state Bob and Ginny Gilliam... accolades as a senior... has a younger brother named the PAC VI Player Lee... father played of the Year as a junior and soccer and baseball senior... helped guide at Hampden-Sydney the Tigers to conference College... also recruited championships in 2002, by UNC Wilmington, 2004 and 2005... The Citadel, Western member of only the Carolina and second team in Chapel Appalachian State... Hill HS to win 20 games majoring in political (2005)... selected science at UNCG. 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. Personal: Gregory Kenneth Martin... son of Robert and Linda Martin... born on October 27, 1986 in Bedford, NH... majoring in political science.

Greg Martin’s Career Statistics

Yr. 2006 2007 Totals

ERA 5.70 6.39 5.94

W-L 2-0 1-1 3-1

APP 28 22 50

GS 4 0 4

GC 0 0 0

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SV 0 0 0

IP 47.1 25.1 72.2

H R-ER BB 61 40-30 30 24 21-18 14 85 61-48 30

SO 33 15 48

Rob Gilliam’s Career Statistics Yr. 2007

ERA 6.91

W-L 2-1

APP 21

GS 6

GC 0

SV 0

IP 43.0

H R-ER BB 57 39-33 21

SO 39

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Ed Jayjack’s Career Statistics Yr. 2007

Avg. .000

G-GS 22-7

AB 29

R 2

H 0

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2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

Corey Overholtzer’s Career Statistics RBI 1

BB 9

SB-A 0-0

Yr. 2007

Avg. .208

G-GS AB 54-46 159

R 26

H 33

2B 7

3B 3

HR 3

RBI 17

BB 16

SB-A 7-7

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Personal: Corey Ashton Overholtzer... born April 20, 1988 in Shady Grove, MD... son of George and Darlene Overholtzer... has an older sister Kayla... was also recruited by Virginia Tech and UMBC... undecided on a major at UNCG.

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At UNCG 2007: Got the starting nod in 46 of 54 appearances in 2007... in his 159 plate appearances, he knocked in 17 RBI, seven doubles, three triples, and three homeruns... totaled 26 runs and 55 total bases... went 7-for-7 in stolen bases... second on the team in triples... ranked third in steal attempts and stolen bases... listed fifth on the team with 115 putouts... went 3-for-6 with two runs, two RBI, a double, and a homerun in the 9-8 victory over Wofford (Apr. 2006: Earned a redshirt and sat out the season. 21)... tallied two hits against Furman (Apr. 7), Western Carolina (Apr. 14), The Citadel (May High School: Two-year letterwinner as a catcher and outfielder for coach Tim Saunders 6), and Appalachian State (May 17). 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... Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 with the Luray (VA) Wranglers under coach Mike an all-state honorable mention... also played three years of summer ball for Legion Post Bocock as an outfielder. 614 B for coach Scott Sutherland. High School: Attended Arundel High School in Gambrels, MD for two years after transferring from Riverdale Baptist... played for coach Bernie Walter at Arundel... led the 2006 Wildcats Personal: Edward to a 23-3 record and their 10th state title in school history and first since 2001... finished the Joseph Jayjack... son year ranked No. 25 nationally by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper... selected as an honorable of Ned and Dorothy mention on the 2006 Louisville Slugger High School All American team... was named first Jayjack... born on team All-Arundel County, all-state and all-league... also selected first team All-Metro August 8, 1986 in by the Baltimore Sun and Dublin, OH... majoring honorable mention All-Met in accounting. by the Washington Post in 2006... hit .480 with a county-record six triples, four doubles, five homers, 36 runs, 23 RBIs and 16 walks as the Wildcats’ leadoff hitter... finished his career at Arundel with the highest career average (.542) and the most triples (10) in school history... had the honor of playing in the Brooks Robinson High School All-Star game at Camden Yards... also competed in golf and soccer. At UNCG 2007: Got the starting nod in seven games... appeared in a total of 29 games for the Spartans... had a season-high four at-bats against College of Charleston (May 12)... tallied a run scored in games versus Jacksonville (May 10) and Princeton (Mar. 17).


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At UNCG 2007: Finished the season with a 6.65 ERA and 37 strikeouts... appeared 18 games with nine starts... compiled a 1-4 record with two saves... in his 47.1 innings on the mound, Shelton retired 37 batters and walked just 17... tied for team lead in saves (2) along with teammate Kory Judd... ranked third in games started and fifth in innings pitched, batters struck out, and batters struck out looking (10)... logged a season-high six strikeouts against Georgia Southern (Apr. 1)... notched saves in the 9-8 win over Wofford (Apr. 21) and the 8-6 victory over Georgia Southern (May 25)... member of the 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

At UNCG 2007: Redshirted the 2007 season... member of the 2007 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 with the Elmira (NY) Pioneers as a pitcher... coach Matt Burch and the Pioneers nabbed the League and Western Division titles.

High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Pittsford Mendon High School in Pittsford, NY... played for coach Bo Bertino... named first team All-Monroe County... holds single season record for lowest ERA... also played basketball for the Vikings... played three years of summer High School: Played for coach John Hall at McMichael High School in Mayodan, NC... ball for the Rayson Miller American Legion team for coach Tom Sapienza. three-time All-North State Conference selection (2004-06)... named to the North State all-tournament team in 2005... named the Conference Player of the Year in 2006... also Personal: Bryan Louis Thyroff... born July 1, 1987 in Rochester, NY... son of Louis and selected all-state and first team all-area in 2006... compiled nine wins, 112 strikeouts and a Valerie Thyroff... has two sisters, Anastasia and Emily... father played baseball at Niagara 1.00 ERA... struck out 10 hitters in a 1-0 loss in the first round of the baseball playoffs... set University... also recruited by Delaware and Fairleigh Dickinson... business/economics a Rockingham County record with seven straight wins... holds school records at McMichael major at UNCG. in career wins, strikeouts and home runs... also played for the American Legion Post 254 in the summer of 2005 for coach Hall... was named the Legion MVP. Personal: Alexander Scott Shelton... born November 18, 1987 in Eden, NC... son of Jimmy and Wendy Shelton... has an older brother Anthony... also recruited by High Point and Appalachian State... majoring in business at UNCG. Yr. 2007

Alex Shelton’s Career Statistics ERA 6.65

W-L 1-4

APP 18

GS 9

GC 0

SV 2

IP 47.1

H R-ER BB 63 36-35 17

SO 37

At UNCG 2007: Redshirted the 2007 season. High School: Local product from Northeast Guilford High School in McLeansville... played for coach David Lawing... named all-conference for the Rams... was an all-state wrestler and swimmer... member of the National Honor Society, Finance National Honor Society, Beta, honor roll and was a scholar-athlete award... also played for Greensboro Palemino for five seasons for coach Brad White. At UNCG 2007: Redshirted the 2007 season.

Personal: Joseph Ian Phillips... born December 20, 1988 in Durham, NC... son of Tim and Linda Phillips... father is a Charlotte graduate... mother graduated from Duke... brother Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 for the Herndon (VA) Braves under coach Chris Smith... Harrison is a senior at Northeast Guilford High School and sister Lauren is a senior at UNCG... played two years of summer ball in HS with the Charlotte Express for coach Gary Robinson... the was also recruited by Charlotte... majoring in business finance at UNCG. Express was one of 32 teams to play at the World Wood Bat Championships. High School: Attended Butler High School in Matthews, NC for three years and Oak Ridge Military Academy in Oak Ridge, NC for one year... two-year letterman... two-time all-conference selection... also named second team All-Charlotte Observer Personal: Matthew Harry Bjorkstrom... born April 20, 1988 in Greensboro, NC... son of Matt and Nancy Bjorkstrom... has a brother Shaun... also recruited by UNC Wilmington, Winthrop, Appalachian State and Navy... majoring in history at UNCG. 14 • 2008 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

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High School: 2007 graduate of Fordham Prep in Bronx, NY... played four years and earned three varsity letters for the Rams baseball team under coach Steve Pettus... as a shortstop/ third baseman he was named to the Rawlings All-Northeast first-team... ranked 115th in the Northeast by Top Prospect... selected to the 2007 Northeast Top Prospect games... named the Ram’s Most Valuable Player.

Personal: Drew Cameron Gehringer... born October 14, 1988 in Matthews, NC... son of Charles and Stephanie Gehringer of Matthews, NC... has three brothers, Ryan – 23, Blake – 22, and Chase – 14... also recruited by Clemson, Appalachian State, The Citadel, and Charlotte... majoring in exercise and sport science at UNCG.

Personal: Joseph Frabasile... born March 28, 1989 in Bronx, NY... son of Carmelo and Lillian Frabasile of Hartsdale, NY... father played four years for John Jay... has two brothers, Gabriel – 12 and Anthony – 7... also recruited by Michigan, Mercer, High Point, Maine, and UAB... majoring in exercise sport science while attending UNCG.

Southern Conference Champions •1998

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High School: 2007 graduate of Butler High School in Matthews, NC... four-year letterwinner Summer Ball: Played the 2006 and 2007 summer seasons as a third baseman for the South as a shortstop under coach Kim Cougar... in 2007, the Bulldogs swept the conference regular Florida Bandits in Bayton Beach, FL... team finished ranked fifth in the country after winning season and went on to win the tournament championship... in that same year, Gehringer the World Wood Bat Association Northeast Qualifier. was named all-conference and all-Mecklenburg.

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Summer Ball: Has played the past two years with the South Florida Bandits as a second Summer Ball: Played two summers (2005, 2006) for the Dirtbags in the World Wood Bat baseman... in 2006, the Bandits were ranked fifth in the nation and went on to win the Championships under coach Andy Partin. World Wood Bat Association’s Northeast Qualifier. High School: 2007 graduate of Southwest Guilford in High Point, NC... played four years High School: 2007 graduate of Somers High School in Lake Lincolndale, NY... three-year and earned two varsity letters for the Cowboys under coach Reid Holmes as a right-handed letterwinner for the Tuskers as a shortstop... three year honorable mention... two-time all- pitcher. section and all-league... 2007 league MVP, first-team all-section, and selected to Northeast Top Prospect team... named 2007 MVP... for the first time in Somers history, the team took Personal: Blake Whittington Hassebrock... born July 15, 1989 in Littleton, CO... son of Amber and the late Craig Hassebrock of High Point, NC... father was a graduate of Goodman the section IA title and tallied the school’s best season record. University... mother graduated from the Winston-Salem School of the Arts... has an 11-yearPersonal: John Thomas Cucchiarella... born May 26, 1989 in Somers, NY... son of John old sister named Emily... uncles Sammy and Ronnie Johnson played football for UNC and and Doris Cucchiarella of Katonah, NY... brother Nick joined UNCG this year as well... has uncle Timmy played baseball for NC State... grandfather Jerry Holt played baseball for Elon... an 11-year-old brother named Christian... cousin Alex Cucchiarella plays for St. Thomas also recruited by Appalachian State, Elon, College of Charleston, and UNC Wilmington... Aquinas... also recruited by the College of Charleston, University of Maine, Boston College, an exercise and sport science major at UNCG. and Feliccian College... has not yet chosen a major.


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Summer Ball: Played two summers (2005, 2006) as a pitcher for the Dirtbags in the World Summer Ball: In the summer of 2007, he played for the South Florida Bandits... played for coach Joe Barth on the New Jersey Tri-State Arsenal in the summer of 2005 and 2006. Wood Bat Championships under coach Andy Partin. High School: 2007 graduate of Lawrenceville Prep in Lawrenceville, NJ... played four years and earned four varsity letters for the Big Red under coach Champ Atlee... named to the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association first-team his junior and senior year, selected to the second-team his sophomore year... named to local all-prep and all-area teams in 2006 and 2007... the Big Red were the Mid-Atlantic Prep League and Prep State Personal: Wesley Stewart McBride... born April 4, 1989 in Lewisville, NC... son of Hugh and Champions in 2004, also won the Prep State title in 2006. Susan McBride of Lewisville, NC... father is a graduate of High Point University and now works in management... mother is an RN and a graduate of Forsyth Tech... has a 16-year-old Personal: Bradley Thomas Raynor... born July 17, 1989 in Trenton, NJ... son of Thomas and brother named Nicholas... also recruited by Western, Appalachian State, and Clemson... Kimberly Raynor of Hamilton, NJ... has a 22-year-old brother named Christopher... also recruited by Wofford, Niagara, and Fairleigh Dickinson... plans to major in accounting at has not yet chosen a major . UNCG. High School: 2007 graduate of West Forsyth High School in Clemmons, NC... played four years and earned two varsity letters for the Titans under coach Randy Pope as a pitcher... in 2007, was selected to the all-county team and the East-West games... Titans were the 2007 Conference Champions... appeared in the 2006 State Games.

Summer Ball: In the summer of 2007, he played for coach Ron Sharpe of the Palomino Summer Ball: Saw playing time as a second baseman the past two years with the New York League Diamond Backs as a outfielder/first baseman. Nine baseball club coached by Ian Millman... the club finished third last year at the National High School: 2007 graduate of Ragsdale High School in Jamestown, NC... played four Amateur Baseball Federation World Series. years and earned three varsity letters for the Tigers under the eye Donnie Maness... as an outfielder/first baseman he was a two-time all-conference selection (2007, 2006)... in 2007, he was named the Team MVP and was the conference Player of the Year runner-up... the Tigers won both the regular season championship and the conference tournament championship... in 2006, he was named to the Impact Baseball all-state team after leading the conference with a .528 batting average... the team won a school-record 27 games, were the state runner-up, and the conference regular season champions.

High School: 2007 graduate of George Washington High School in New York... earned three varsity letters for the Trojans under coach Steve Mandl... in his four years as a shortstop he was a Rawlings all-american and a Rawlings North East all-region selection, appeared in the North East Top Prospect games, and was named to the New York all-state team... in 2007 he was ranked 19th nationally by Louisville Slugger.

Personal: Raymond W. Quinones... born November 9, 1989 in Santo Domingo, RD... son of Personal: Thomas Brent O’Berry... born September 15, 1988 in Greensboro, NC... son of Felix and Amalia Quinones of New York, NY... has two siblings, Natalie – 14 and Allan – 8 ... Keith and Cindy O’Berry of Greensboro, NC... father, a dental equipment salesman, is a also recruited by Clemson and Southern State Community College... majoring in business graduate of UNC Wilmington and played one year of basketball for the Seahawks... mother, administration at UNCG. an ECU graduate, works as a medical technologist... has two brothers, Rob – 25 and Ryan – 23... also recruited by Elon, Lenoir Rhyne College, and UNC Asheville... plans to major in business at UNCG.

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Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


High School: 2007 graduate of Eastport/South Manor High School in Manorville, NY... four-year letter winner and three position player (C/3b/CF) for the Sharks under coach Bob Salamone... two-time all-county and first-team all-state (2006, 2007)... also selected to the All-Long Island team in 2006... the Sharks were the 2006 Long Island champions... played four years of basketball where he earned three varsity letters. Personal: Gregory James Smith... born November 15, 1988 in Huntington, NY... son of Gary and Suzanne Smith of Manorville, NY... has two brothers, Brent – 26 and Jeff – 23... Summer Ball: Played for the North Carolina Baseball Academy as an infielder under coach Scott Bankhead in 2005 and 2006. major is undecided. High School: 2007 graduate of North Forsyth High School in Winston-Salem, NC... fouryear letterwinner in baseball for coach Jamie Lowe... as an infielder for the Vikings he was selected to the all-county, all-region, and all-conference teams his junior year... appeared in the 2006 State Games... the Vikings finished the season as the state runner-up following a North Carolina state-record 30-game win streak... the Vikings were ranked as high as 14th nationally and held the No. 1 state rank... also played one year as a point guard for the basketball team, in which he was given the team’s Hustle Award. Personal: Michael Steven Wall... born July 2, 1989 in Rural Hall, NC... son of Steve and Janet Wall of Rural Hall, NC... has a 24-year-old brother, Brandon... also recruited by Appalachian State, High Point University, and UNC Asheville... majoring in communication studies at UNCG.

Southern Conference Champions •1998

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Personal: James Edward White III... born August 24, 1989... son of J.E. and Rhonda White of Clendenin, WV... father graduated from Baylor University... mother is an Alderson-Broaddus graduate... has three siblings, Alexandra – 16, Hunter – 11, and Rhett – 6... also recruited by West Virginia University, Radford, VMI, and Maryland... majoring in biology at UNCG.

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Summer Ball: Played the summer of 2007 for the Guilford Patriots in Greensboro, NC under Summer Ball: In the summer of 2007 he played for the South Charleston Post 94 team in South Charleston, WV as a pitcher... under coach Dave Potter, the team finished second coach Justin Smith. in the state of West Virgina. High School: 2007 graduate of Southwest Guilford High School in High Point, NC... played four years of baseball under coach Reid Holmes... earned three varsity letters for the High School: 2007 graduate of Herbert Hoover High School in Clendenin, WV... four-year letterwinner in baseball as a pitcher and third baseman under coach Kevin Buckner... as Cowboys... two-time all-area, all-conference, and all-state. a Husky, he was a two-time, first-team all-state selection (2007, 2006) and a three-time, Personal: Richard Warren Slack... born July 15, 1989 in High Point, NC... son of Rick and first-team all-cardinal conference team selection (2005-07)... all-state honorable mention Marilee Slack of High Point, NC... mother is a former graduate of High Point University... has in 2005... the Huskies were the 2007 AA State Baseball champions... White pitched in a 15-year-old brother named Elliot... also recruited by Appalachian State, UNC Charlotte, both the regional final and the state semifinal game... finished with a 27-4 career pitching record and a 1.73 ERA... three-year letterwinner in football as a quarterback... named to and High Point University... major at UNCG is undecided. the all-state and all-cardinal conference teams his junior and senior year... broke three school passing records... earned three varsity basketball letters as a guard... selected to the first-team all-cardinal conference his senior year.


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2007 Statistics

Record: 30-30 Home: 17-12 Away: 10-15 Neutral: 3-3 SoCon: 14-13 Player 23 Greg Feltes 5 Tim Carrier 28 Guy Welsh 37 Ricky Orton 33 Brandon Harvey 44 Adam Deleo 12 Matt Gaski 31 Joel Johnson 10 Sean Snell 27 Scott Schneider 22 Corey Overholtzer 36 Sam Martin 24 Jake Linney 9 Logan Smith 3 Ed Jayjack 7 Shane Thompson 11 Nick Starnes 26 Matt Gibbs 8 Clinton McKinney 14 Clay Gibson 30 Kory Judd 16 Alex Shelton 32 Adam Krieger 35 Corey Weglin 17 Greg Martin 15 Ryan Falcon 18 Wes McCall 19 Rob Gilliam

AVG GP-GS .360 55-54 .350 60-60 .345 57-57 .330 55-44 .305 38-24 .305 56-49 .291 60-60 .277 28-25 .254 59-54 .235 38-38 .208 54-46 .209 17-10 .154 6-4 .147 25-8 .000 22-7 .000 4-0 .000 20-7 .000 18-16 .000 22-0 .000 29-2 .000 30-3 .000 18-9 .000 6-1 .000 1-0 .000 22-0 .000 16-16 .000 17-0 .000 21-6

AB 197 260 229 176 95 187 237 94 197 149 159 43 13 34 29 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

R H 2B 3B HR RBI 42 71 13 3 5 45 55 91 12 2 6 31 39 79 20 2 5 49 37 58 17 0 6 42 16 29 6 2 2 19 21 57 7 1 2 33 54 69 12 1 1 21 9 26 6 0 1 12 35 50 8 1 7 37 24 35 8 1 4 26 26 33 7 3 3 17 2 9 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 1 2 7 5 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG BB HBP 105 .533 28 11 125 .481 12 14 118 .515 34 4 93 .528 23 1 45 .474 16 0 72 .385 17 2 86 .363 42 5 35 .372 3 2 81 .411 20 10 57 .383 14 3 55 .346 16 2 10 .233 1 0 6 .462 0 0 6 .176 5 1 0 .000 9 1 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 2 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0

SO GDP 31 2 29 1 33 6 22 1 13 1 19 2 28 3 33 1 42 0 32 2 27 2 10 0 2 0 15 0 9 1 1 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

OB% .455 .408 .435 .408 .402 .367 .403 .313 .349 .311 .288 .227 .154 .275 .256 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Totals Opponents

.292 60-60 2103 372 614 119 16 43 340 894 .425 2 42 56 3 46 22 . 377 .287 60-60 2110 378 605 123 23 51 359 927 .439 1 90 49 3 84 16 . 354

SF 6 1 2 1 1 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 3 6-7 71 2 3 .961 6 17-22 102 163 15 .946 2 3-3 35 119 12 .928 0 1-1 389 45 7 .984 3 0-0 9 1 0 .000 4 1-2 305 41 4 .989 5 11-14 94 164 15 .945 0 1-1 116 3 2 .983 10 5-6 175 12 6 .969 0 3-4 75 3 1 .987 4 7-7 1 15 3 4 .967 0 0-0 4 0 0 .000 0 0-0 3 0 0 .000 0 0-0 57 5 1 .984 0 0-0 6 1 0 .000 0 0-0 2 2 0 .000 0 0-0 6 11 0 .000 0 0-0 6 13 3 .864 0 0-0 4 11 2 .882 0 0-0 4 9 2 .867 0 0-0 5 13 1 .947 0 0-0 1 8 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 3 5 0 .000 0 0-0 5 26 1 .969 0 0-0 4 3 0 .000 0 0-0 0 7 0 .000

19 37 5 5-67 1596 670 79 .966 32 40 5 4-69 1591 667 61 .974

LOB - Team (495), Opp (448). DPs turned - Team (54), Opp (62). TPs turned - Team (1). CI - Team (1), Snell 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (5), Welsh 2, Snell 1, Feltes 1, Jayjack 1, Opp (4). Picked off - Carrier 3, Gaski 2, Deleo 1, Welsh 1. ERA Player 15 Ryan Falcon 2.93 26 Matt Gibbs 5.42 8 Clinton McKinney 3.37 33 Brandon Harvey 4.30 30 Kory Judd 5.04 14 Clay Gibson 5.44 11 Nick Starnes 6.38 17 Greg Martin 6.39 16 Alex Shelton 6.65 19 Rob Gilliam 6.91 18 Wes McCall 8.84 35 Corey Weglin 9.00 32 Adam Krieger 31.91 Totals Opponents

W-L APP GS 8-7 16 16 4-4 18 16 2-1 22 0 1-0 7 0 4-5 30 3 2-2 29 2 5-5 20 7 1-1 22 0 1-4 18 9 2-1 21 6 0-0 16 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 6 1

CG SHO/CBO SV IP 2 1/1 0 104.1 0 0/0 0 88.0 0 0/1 1 34.2 0 0/0 0 14.2 0 0/0 2 55.1 0 0/1 0 41.1 0 0/1 0 55.0 0 0/0 0 25.1 0 0/0 2 47.1 0 0/1 0 43.0 0 0/0 0 18.1 0 0/0 0 1.0 0 0/0 0 3.2

5.41 3 0-30 60 60 2 5.55 3 0-30 60 60 2

H 94 92 33 18 60 53 65 24 63 57 30 1 15

R 41 64 17 8 39 30 45 21 36 39 24 1 13

ER 34 53 13 7 31 25 39 18 35 33 18 1 13

BB SO 16 84 28 42 7 35 7 9 25 48 13 18 25 35 14 15 17 37 21 39 12 17 3 1 2 4

2B 3B 19 3 21 3 5 3 4 1 11 3 12 1 14 2 1 1 12 3 10 0 9 1 0 1 5 1

HR 8 6 2 1 4 4 5 4 5 9 2 0 1

AB 388 345 128 59 221 166 229 91 190 183 80 4 26

3/2 5 532.0 605 378 320 190 384 123 23 51 2110 1/1 11 530.1 614 372 327 242 346 119 16 43 2103

B/Avg .242 .267 .258 .305 .271 .319 .284 .264 .332 .311 .375 .250 .577

WP HBP 1 7 6 4 1 5 0 1 6 4 5 5 2 4 5 4 4 4 6 6 1 4 0 0 1 1

BK 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1

SFA SHA 4 10 2 4 0 3 1 0 2 4 3 7 1 3 7 1 8 6 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0

.287 38 49 8 32 40 .292 39 56 10 19 37

PB - Team (14), Deleo 12, Snell 2, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (3), Falcon 1, Deleo 1, Judd 1, Opp (7). SBA/ATT - Deleo (37-44), Snell (17-21), Starnes (11-14), Gibbs (8-9), Shelton (9-9), Judd (7-8), McKinney (4-8), Falcon (5-7), McCall (4-5), Gilliam (5-5), Martin, G. (0-1), Gibson (0-1), Harvey (0-1), Weglin (1-1).

At bats: __________________ 53 - vs Wofford (Apr 21) Runs scored: ______ 17 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 25) Hits: _____________________19 - vs Wofford (Apr 21) RBIs: _ ___________ 13 - vs Cornell University (Mar 20) ______________________ 13 - vs Davidson (Mar 24) _______________ 13 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 25) Doubles: _ _____________ 6 - vs Jacksonville (Mar 10) ________________ 6 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 03) Triples: ____________________ 2 - vs Furman (Apr 07) ________________ 2 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 25) ________________ 2 - vs Coll. of Charleston (May 12) Home runs: _ _____________ 4 - vs Davidson (Mar 24) Total bases: _ _____ 31 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 25) Walks: _ __________ 12 - vs Cornell University (Mar 20) Strikeouts: _ _______________ 10 - vs Auburn (Feb 17) _________________________ 10 - vs Army (Mar 02)

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_______________ 10 - vs Appalachian State (May 17) Sac hits: _ _____________ 4 - vs The Citadel (May 04) Sac flies: _ _______________3 - vs High Point (Feb 28) Stolen bases: ______ 4 - vs Appalachian State (May 19) Hit by pitch: _ _____________________ 3 - (7 games ) Caught stealing: ___________ 2 - vs Davidson (Mar 25) Runners LOB: _ _____ 16 - vs Cornell University (Mar 20) Hit into DP: ________________ 5 - vs Furman (Apr 07) Putouts: _________________ 39 - vs Wofford (Apr 21) Assists: _______________ 20 - vs The Citadel (May 06) _________________________ 20 - vs Elon (May 25) Errors: __________________5 - vs High Point (Feb 28) Passed balls: ________________ 2 - vs Army (Mar 04) _____________________ 2 - vs The Citadel (May 06) DPs turned: _ _____________________ 3 - (5 games ) Innings pitched: _ _________ 13.0 - vs Wofford (Apr 21)

Runs allowed: _____ 19 - vs Appalachian State (May 19) Earned runs: ______ 19 - vs Appalachian State (May 19) Walks allowed: ______________________________ ________________ 9 - vs Appalachian State (May 19) Strikeouts: _ _______________13 - vs Wofford (Apr 21) Hits allowed: _______ 20 - vs Cornell University (Mar 20) Doubles allowed: _ ____ 6 - vs Western Carolina (Apr 14) Triples allowed: ______________ 2 - vs Army (Mar 04) ___________________ 2 - vs North Carolina (Mar 14) ________________ 2 - vs Appalachian State (May 19) Homers allowed: ____________ 4 - vs Wofford (Apr 21) ________________ 4 - vs North Carolina A&T (Apr 25) Wild pitches: _ __________ 4 - vs Wake Forest (Apr 10) Hit batters: __________4 - vs Georgia Southern (Apr 01)

Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


Game date Feb 16, 2007 Feb 17, 2007 Feb 18, 2007 Feb 23, 2007 Feb 24, 2007 Feb 24, 2007 Feb 28, 2007 Mar 2, 2007 Mar 3, 2007 Mar 4, 2007 Mar 6, 2007 Mar 9, 2007 Mar 10, 2007 Mar 11, 2007 Mar 14, 2007 Mar 17, 2007 Mar 18, 2007 Mar 19, 2007 Mar 20, 2007 Mar 21, 2007 Mar 23, 2007 Mar 24, 2007 Mar 25, 2007 Mar 27, 2007 Mar 28, 2007 Mar 30, 2007 Mar 31, 2007 Apr 1, 2007 Apr 3, 2007 Apr 6, 2007 Apr 7, 2007 Apr 7, 2007 Apr 10, 2007 Apr 13, 2007 Apr 14, 2007 Apr 14, 2007 Apr 17, 2007 Apr 20, 2007 Apr 21, 2007 Apr 22, 2007 Apr 25, 2007 Apr 27, 2007 Apr 28, 2007 Apr 29, 2007 May 2, 2007 May 4, 2007 May 6, 2007 May 6, 2007 May 9, 2007 May 11, 2007 May 12, 2007 May 13, 2007 May 16, 2007 May 17, 2007 May 18, 2007 May 19, 2007 May 23, 2007 May 24, 2007 May 25, 2007 May 25, 2007

Opposing team at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn MARIST MARIST MARIST at High Point ARMY ARMY ARMY NORTH CAROLINA STATE vsWestern Michigan at Jacksonville at North Florida at North Carolina PRINCETON PRINCETON PRINCETON CORNELL UNIVERSITY CORNELL UNIVERSITY at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson HIGH POINT at North Carolina State GEORGIA SOUTHERN GEORGIA SOUTHERN GEORGIA SOUTHERN vsNorth Carolina A&T at Furman at Furman at Furman at Wake Forest WESTERN CAROLINA WESTERN CAROLINA WESTERN CAROLINA at Duke at Wofford at Wofford at Wofford NORTH CAROLINA A&T at Elon at Elon at Elon WAKE FOREST THE CITADEL THE CITADEL THE CITADEL DUKE at Coll. of Charleston at Coll. of Charleston at Coll. of Charleston UNC ASHEVILLE APPALACHIAN STATE APPALACHIAN STATE APPALACHIAN STATE vs Appalachian State vs Wofford vs Georgia Southern vs Elon

Score 2-9 2-4 1-4 W 5-3 W 8-3 W 11-6 9-12 W 2-1 W 13-5 1-9 W 10-8 1-5 W 10-7 2-3 2-6 W 12-10 W 2-1 4-7 W 13-12 W 7-2 1-6 W 14-2 4-5 2-8 0-6 W 2-0 W 7-6 2-9 W 12-6 W 11-3 3-7 W 9-4 3-14 2-5 1-11 W 9-4 W 6-0 W 8-1 W 9-8 8-9 W 17-10 W 12-3 5-7 2-9 5-6 W 6-3 W 8-7 3-10 4-5 2-6 W 5-3 W 10-5 9-12 W 8-0 8-10 7-19 W 9-3 5-12 W 8-6 9-11

r-h-e L 2-7-2 L 2-6-0 L 1-5-2 5-8-0 8-8-1 11-13-2 L 9-10-5 2-7-2 13-17-0 L 1-10-1 10-10-1 L 1-10-1 10-14-3 L 2-8-0 L 2-7-2 12-12-1 2-8-0 L 4-7-0 13-16-3 7-13-1 L 1-7-0 14-15-1 L 4-7-1 L 2-6-2 L 0-3-1 2-4-0 7-10-2 L 2-10-1 12-14-2 11-12-3 L 3-9-1 9-12-0 L 3-8-1 L 2-7-2 L 1-9-4 9-11-2 6-12-0 8-13-0 9-19-1 L 8-13-2 17-17-0 12-16-1 L 5-10-1 L 2-7-2 L 5-10-0 6-13-1 8-12-2 L 3-7-0 L 4-8-0 L 2-5-1 5-9-1 10-10-1 L 9-12-3 8-14-1 L 8-12-2 L 7-9-2 9-9-1 L 5-10-4 8-12-0 L 9-15-2

r-h-e 9-12-1 4-7-2 4-6-0 3-6-0 3-6-2 6-12-0 12-12-4 1-8-1 5-6-1 9-14-2 8-6-2 5-10-1 7-8-3 3-10-2 6-10-0 10-13-0 1-6-0 7-13-2 12-20-1 2-4-0 6-10-0 2-6-2 5-8-1 8-12-0 6-9-0 0-2-0 6-6-0 9-9-2 6-11-3 3-7-4 7-12-0 4-8-1 14-14-0 5-8-1 11-13-0 4-12-1 0-5-1 1-7-0 8-13-1 9-15-1 10-12-2 3-7-1 7-12-1 9-9-1 6-11-3 3-8-1 7-13-1 10-11-1 5-8-1 6-11-0 3-5-1 5-12-2 12-18-1 0-7-1 10-16-1 19-19-0 3-8-0 12-15-0 6-13-1 11-15-0

Inns 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 (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10)

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

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

Pitcher of record Starnes (L 0-1) Falcon (L 0-1) Gibbs (L 0-1) McKinney (W 1-0) Gibbs (W 1-1) McKinney (W 2-0) McKinney (L 2-1) Falcon (W 2-1) Gibbs (W 2-1) Shelton (L 0-1) Judd (W 1-0) Falcon (L 1-2) Gibson (W 1-0) Shelton (L 0-2) Falcon (L 1-3) Judd (W 2-0) Shelton (W 1-2) Falcon (L 1-4) Judd (W 3-0) Starnes (W 1-0) Falcon (L 1-5) Gibbs (W 3-1) Judd (L 3-1) Judd (L 3-2) Starnes (L 1-2) Falcon (W 2-5) Martin, G. (W 1-0) Shelton (L 1-3) Gibson (W 2-0) Falcon (W 3-5) Gibbs (L 3-2) Starnes (W 2-2) Gibson (L 2-1) Falcon (L 3-6) Gibbs (L 3-3) Starnes (W 2-2) Gilliam (W 1-0) Falcon (W 4-6) Judd (W 4-2) Martin, G. (L 1-1) Gilliam (W 2-0) Falcon (W 5-6) Judd (L 4-3) Starnes (L 3-3) Shelton (L 1-4) Falcon (W 6-6) Starnes (W 4-3) Starnes (L 4-4) Judd (L 4-4) Falcon (L 6-7) Gibbs (W 4-3) Starnes (W 5-4) Gibson (L 2-2) Falcon (W 7-7) Starnes (L 5-5) Gilliam (L 2-1) Falcon (W 8-7) Gibbs (L 4-4) Harvey (W 1-0) Judd (L 4-5)

Attend 1875 2247 1989 310 335 419 87 364 371 299 310 75 323 425 935 284 285 300 308 293 278 218 187 453 1172 374 271 245 754 386 n/a 273 288 430 343 416 161 238 221 331 350 410 531 252 419 244 265 310 286 386 374 247 317 281 365 331 574 2025 679 328

Time 2:38 2:38 2:38 2:52 2:30 3:35 3:05 2:26 2:52 3:10 2:40 2:32 2:44 2:43 2:42 3:00 2:30 2:45 4:00 2:45 2:34 2:31 2:22 2:35 2:09 2:00 3:15 2:56 3:05 2:54 3:01 2:44 3:01 2:29 2:23 2:40 2:43 2:30 3:47 3:00 3:19 2:59 2:47 2:52 2:38 2:40 3:30 2:37 3:17 2:21 2:50 3:12 5:01 2:40 3:36 3:29 2:48 2:48 3:08 3:29

* = Conference game + = in Jacksonville, FL ^ = at First Horizon Park ~ = SoCon Tournament () extra inning game

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All-time Series Records vs. All Opponents Opponent Alabama Albany Appalachian State* Army Auburn Ball State Belmont Abbey Bethune-Cookman Bowling Green Brown Butler Campbell Catawba Charleston Southern The Citadel* Clemson Cleveland State College of Charleston* Connecticut Cornell Davidson* Delaware Detroit Drexel Duke East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Elon* East Tennessee State Farleigh Dickinson Fairfield Florida Florida State

Rec. First 1-2 1996 7-1 2000 29-14 1991 2-1 2007 0-6 1995 1-1 1997 0-1 1991 1-0 2006 0-1 1992 1-0 2002 0-1 1996 5-2 1991 1-1 1991 8-6 1994 16-23 1993 First meeting 1-0 1997 13-19 1999 3-0 2001 3-0 2003 28-17 1991 3-0 2005 1-1 1992 3-0 2003 1-2 1999 7-4 1992 4-0 2002 9-15 1991 19-11 1991 3-2 1991 7-0 1994 1-5 1999 0-4 1997

Last 1996 2006 2007 2007 1996 1997 1991 2006 1992 2002 1996 1994 1991 1997 2007 1997 2007 2001 2007 2007 2005 1992 2003 1997 2001 2003 2007 2005 1998 1997 2006 1998

Kent State Feb. 22-24 Greensboro, NC

Opponent Fordham Furman* Georgia Georgia Southern* Georgia Tech George Mason George Washington Guilford Harvard High Point Houston Howard Jacksonville James Madison Kent State Le Moyne Liberty Long Beach State LSU Marist Maryland UMBC Methodist Mercyhurst Missouri State Montreat Mt. Olive New Hampshire North Carolina A&T NC State North Carolina UNC Asheville UNC Wilmington

Rec. 3-0 21-18 2-6 18-17 1-1 0-1 6-3 2-1 2-0-1 10-7 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-4 6-0 15-13 0-1 0-1 3-0 14-4 10-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 32-3 3-20 5-11 18-3 11-8

First 2004 1993 1995 1992 2000 2005 1996 1991 1993 1991 1997 1995 1997 1998 1992 2003 1991 1997 1997 2007 1994 1994 1991 1991 2006 1996 1991 1994 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992

Last 2004 2007 2006 2007 2000 2005 2002 1992 2004 2007 1997 1995 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 1997 1997 2007 1999 1997 1991 1991 2006 1996 1991 1994 2007 2007 2007 2007 2005

UCONN

Feb. 29-Mar. 2 Greensboro, NC

Opponent North Florida Norfolk State Northern Illinois Ohio Ohio State Old Dominion Pfeiffer Princeton Radford Richmond Southern California Shippensburg Southeastern Louisiana Stetson Texas A&M Towson Tulane Utah Valparaiso Virginia VMI VCU Virginia Tech Wake Forest Western Carolina* Western Michigan William & Mary Winthrop Wofford* Xavier Yale

Rec. First 0-1 2007 0-1 1991 1-0 1996 12-3 1991 0-1 2006 2-3 1991 1-0 1991 4-1 2006 7-6 1992 2-4 1995 0-2 1994 0-1 1991 1-0 1994 0-2 1993 0-2 2006 6-1 1994 1-0 1994 1-0 2006 First meeting 4-7 1992 18-7 1992 2-0 1997 2-3 1992 7-29 1992 22-14 1992 0-2 2006 6-3 1991 8-9 1991 25-5 1997 2-0 1993 3-2 1994

Last 2007 1991 1996 2005 2006 1993 1991 2007 1997 1998 1994 1991 1994 1993 2006 1998 1994 2006 2004 2003 1997 1993 2007 2007 2007 2005 1997 2006 1997 1996

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Wake Forest

Mar. 5 Winston-Salem, NC Apr. 29 Greensboro, NC

Location_ ____________________________ Kent, Ohio Nickname ________________________ Golden Flashes Colors____________________________ Navy and Gold President_______________________Dr. Lester A. Lefton Director of Athletics_ _______________ Laing E. Kennedy Conference_ _______________________ Mid-American Home Field_ ____________________Olga A. Mural Field

Location_ _____________________________Storrs, CT Nickname ________________________ Huskies, UConn Colors_____________ National Flag Blur (Navy) and White President______________________Dr. Michael J. Hogan Director of Athletics_ _______________ Jeffrey Hathaway Conference_ ____________________________Big East Home Field_ ____________________ J.O. Christian Field

Location_ _____________________ Winston-Salem, NC Nickname ________________________Demon Deacons Colors_________________________Old Gold and Black President______________________ Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Director of Athletics_ __________________ Ron Wellman Conference_ ______________________ ACC Home Field Hooks Stadium

Head Coach________________________ Scott Stricklin Record at School__________________ 104-65 (3 years) Career Record_ ___________________ 104-65 (3 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ____________________ Mike Birkbeck ____________________ Scott Daeley, Andy Capraruolo 2007 Record_____________________________ 33-26 2007 Conference Record_ ________________ 19-8 (1st) Postseason________________________________ 0-2 Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________15/6

Head Coach__________________________ Jim Penders Record at School_________________133-96-2 (4 years) Career Record_ __________________133-96-2 (4 years) Asst. Coaches: _ _____________________Justin Bloodd ______________________ Chris Podeszwa, Bruce Elliot 2007 Record_____________________________ 34-27 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 10-14 (8th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ________________________8/6

Head Coach_______________________ Rick Rembielak Record at School___________________ 95-81 (4 years) Career Record_ ________________468-332-1 (15 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ______________________Jon Palmieri _____________________ Greg Bauer, Marshall Canosa 2007 Record_____________________________ 34-29 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 14-16 (8th) Postseason________________________________ 1-2 Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________22/6

Baseball SID Office Phone_________________________ Ty Linder Office Fax______________________ 330-672-2112 Cell Phone______________________ 419-217-1718 E-mail_ ______________________ tlinder@kent.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(330) 672.1582 Web Address_______________www.kentstatesports.com

Baseball SID________________________Kristen Altieri Office Phone____________________(860) 486-4707 Office Fax_____________________ (860) 486-5085 Cell Phone____________________ (203) 809-5428 E-mail_ ________________ kristen.altieri@uconn.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(860) 486-2018 Web Address_______________ www.UConnHuskies.com

Baseball SID_______________________Scott Wortman Office Phone___________________ (336) 758-5640 Office Fax______________________(336) 758-5140 Cell Phone_____________________(419) 203-4229 E-mail_ ____________________ wortmasm@wfu.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(336) 759-9711 Web Address_____________ www.WakeForestSports.com

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Mar. 6 Greensboro, NC

Ohio

Mar. 7-9 Greensboro, NC

Clemson Mar. 11-12 Clemson, SC

Location_ ___________________________ Athens, OH Nickname ______________________________Bobcats Colors_____________________ Hunter Green and White President____________________Dr. Roderick J. McDavis Director of Athletics_ ___________________Kirby Hocutt Conference_ _______________________ Mid-American Home Field_ ____________________ Bob Wren Stadium

Location_ __________________________ Clemson, SC Nickname _______________________________ Tigers Colors_______________ Burnt Orange, Northwest Purple President_________________________ James F. Barker Director of Athletics_ _____________Dr. Terry Don Phillips Conference_ _______________________ Atlantic Coast Home Field_ _______________ Doug Kingsmore Stadium

Head Coach________________________Tracy Woodson Record at School____________________ 22-31 (1 year) Career Record_ _____________________ 22-31 (1 year) Asst. Coaches: _ ____________________Brian Schmack ______________________________Chris Maliszewski 2007 Record_____________________________ 22-34 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 10-10 (3rd) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________18/13

Head Coach__________________________Joe Carbone Record at School_______________556-466-2 (20 years) Career Record_ ________________556-466-2 (20 years) Asst. Coach: _____________________ Scott Malinowski __________________________________ Andrew See 2007 Record_____________________________ 23-31 2007 Conference Record_ ________________ 8-19 (5th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________17/8

Head Coach__________________________Jack Leggett Record at School______________ 649-282 (14 seasons) Career Record_ ______________ 1026-572 (28 seasons) Asst. Coaches:________________________ Tom Riginos _________________________ Kyle Bunn, Toby Bicknell 2007 Record_____________________________ 41-23 2007 Conference Record_ _______________18-12 (2nd) Postseason_______________ 2-1 (T-3rd ACC), 3-2 NCAA Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________ 17/14

Baseball SID_____________________ Ryan Wronkowicz Office Phone____________________ 219-464-5232 Office Fax______________________ 219-464-5762 Cell Phone______________________219-617-2466 E-mail_ _____________ Ryan.Wronkowicz@valpo.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________ 219-464-6006 Web Address_______________ www.valpo.edu/athletics

Baseball SID___________________________ Wes Liles Office Phone_____________________740-597-1784 Office Fax______________________ 740-597-1838 Cell Phone_____________________ 502-435-3084 E-mail_ ________________________ liles@ohio.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(740) 593-0526 Web Address_________________ www.ohiobobcats.com

Baseball SID______________________ Brian Hennessy Office Phone____________________(864) 656-1921 Office Fax_____________________ (864) 656-0299 Cell Phone____________________ (864) 986-9046 E-mail_ __________________bhennes@clemson.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(864) 656-7731 Web Address________________ www.clemsontigers.com

Princeton

Mar. 15-17 Greensboro, NC

High Point Mar. 19 High Point, NC May 6 Greensboro, NC

Appalachian State Mar. 21-23 Boone, NC

Location_ __________________________ Princeton, NJ Nickname_ ______________________________ Tigers Colors__________________________Orange and Black President_________________________Shirley Tilghman Director of Athletics_ ________________ Gary D. Walters Conference_ __________________________ Ivy League Home Field_ _________________________ Clarke Field

Location_ _________________________ High Point, NC Nickname_ ____________________________ Panthers Colors__________________________ Purple and White President_________________________ Dr. Nido Qubein Director of Athletics_ ___________________ Craig Keilitz Conference_ __________________________ Big South Home Field_ ______________ Coy O. Willard, Sr. Stadium

Location_ ____________________________ Boone, NC Nickname _________________________ Mountaineers Colors___________________________ Black and Gold Chancellor___________________ Dr. Kenneth E Peacock Director of Athletics_ __________________ Charlie Cobb Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ ____________ Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium

Head Coach_________________________ Scott Bradley Record at School_______________ 225-217-1 (10 years) Career Record_ ________________ 225-217-1 (10 years) Asst. Coaches_ ______________________ Lloyd Brewer ___________________ Kevin Leighton, Jeremy Meccage 2007 Record_____________________________ 15-24 2007 Conference Record_ ____________________ 11-9 Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost_______________________20/9

Head Coach_________________________Sal Bando, Jr. Record at School_________________ 124-210 (7 years) Career Record_ _________________ 226-298 (11 years) Asst. Coaches_ ________________________ Phil Maier ____________________ Michael Lowman, Justin Pinyan 2007 Record_____________________________ 27-30 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 10-11 (4th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________20/10

Head Coach_________________________ Chris Pollard Record at School__________________67-99-1 (3 years) Career Record_ _________________207-206-1 (8 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ______________________ Matt Boykin ______________________ Josh Jordan, Craig Scheffler 2007 Record_____________________________ 33-26 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 14-13 (4th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________25/6

Baseball SID__________________________ Yariv Amir Office Phone_ _____________________(609) 258-5701 Office Fax_ ______________________ (609) 258-2399 Home/Cell Phone_ __________________________N/A E-mail_______________________ yamir@princeton.edu Press Box Phone_ _________________ (609) 258-4849 Web Address_____________www.GoPrincetonTigers.com

Baseball SID________________________Brian Morgan Office Phone_ _____________________(336) 841-4605 Office Fax_ _______________________(336) 841-9182 Home/Cell Phone_ ________________ (336) 848-7932 E-mail_____________________bmorgan@highpoint.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________ 336-841-4614 Web Address_____________www.highpointpanthers.com

Baseball SID_________________________ Mike Flynn Office Phone___________________ (828) 262-2845 Office Fax______________________(828) 262-6106 Cell Phone____________________ (828) 964-6406 E-mail_ __________________ flynnmh@appstate.edu Press Box Phone_ ___________________________ TBA Web Address_____________________ www.GoASU.com

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Location_ _________________________ Valparaiso, IN Nickname ____________________________ Crusaders Colors___________________________ Brown and Gold President__________________________ Dr. Alan Harre Director of Athletics_ ________________ Mark LaBarbera Conference_ ______________________ Horizon League Home Field_ ___________________ Emory G Bauer Field

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Albany

Mar. 25-26 Greensboro, NC

Western Carolina

Mar. 28-30 Cullowhee, NC

Location_ ____________________________ Albany, NY Nickname ___________________________Great Danes Colors___________________________ Purple and Gold Interim President__________________ George M. Philip Director of Athletics_ ________________ Dr. Lee McElroy Conference_ ________________________ America East Home Field_ _________________________ Varsity Field

Location_ _________________________ Cullowhee, NC Nickname ___________________________Catamounts Colors___________________________ Purple and Gold Chancellor_______________________Dr. John W. Bardo Director of Athletics_ ____________________Chip Smith Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ _______________ Ronnie G. Childress Field

Head Coach__________________________ Jon Mueller Record at School________________180-212-1 (8 years) Career Record_ _________________180-212-1 (8 years) Assistant Coaches____________________ Garett Baron _____________________ Matt Quatraro, Tim Christman 2007 Record_____________________________ 29-29 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 13-11 (3rd) Postseason______________________ 1st America East ______________________________________ NCAA Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________18/12

Head Coach_______________________ Bobby Moranda Record at School_________________________ 1st year Career Record_ __________________________ 1st year Asst. Coaches: _ ____________________ Nick Mingione ________ Dave Haverstick, Grant Achilles, Bruce Johnson 2007 Record____________________________ 342-20 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 20-7 (T-1st) Postseason________________________________ 0-1 Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________17/7

Baseball SID_________________________ Craig Lane Office Phone____________________(518) 442-3359 Office Fax______________________(518) 442-3139 Cell Phone_____________________(315) 439-7305 E-mail_ ________________ clane@uamail.albany.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(315) 439-7305 Web Address_______________ www.UAlbanySports.com

North Carolina A&T Apr. 10 Greensboro, NC NewBridge Bank Park

Baseball SID_______________________ Daniel Hooker Office Phone___________________ (828) 227-2339 Office Fax______________________(828) 227-7688 Cell Phone____________________ (828) 508-2494 E-mail_ _________________dhooker@email.wcu.edu Press Box Phone_ _________________ (828) 227-7020 Web Address______________www.catamountsports.com

Furman

Apr. 4-6 Greensboro, NC

North Carolina Apr. 1 Chapel Hill, NC Apr. 15 Greensboro, NC

Location_ _________________________Chapel Hill, NC Nickname_ ____________________________ Tar Heels Colors_____________________ Carolina Blue and White Chancellor_________________________ James Moeser Director of Athletics_ __________________Dick Baddour Conference_ _______________________________ACC Home Field_ _______________________ USA Baseball _________________ National Training Complex Stadium Head Coach____________________________ Mike Fox Record at School________________ 398-176-1 (9 years) Career Record_ ________________ 938-317-5 (24 years) Associate Head Coach_ _______________Chad Holbrook Asst. Coaches_ _____________ Scott Forbes, Matt McCay 2007 Record_____________________________ 57-16 2007 Conference Record_ ____________________ 21-9 Postseason______________________ NCAA Runner-up Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________21/15 Baseball SID_________________________ John Martin Office Phone_ _____________________(919) 962-0084 Office Fax_ _______________________(919) 843-2309 Home/Cell Phone_ _________________ (919) 619-4617 E-mail_______________________ johnmartin@unc.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(919) 962-3509 Web Address_____________________ TarHeelBlue.com

Duke

Apr. 9 Durham, NC

Location_ ________________________ Greensboro, NC Nickname _______________________________Aggies Colors____________________________ Blue and Gold Chancellor_____________________ Dr. Stanley F. Battle Interim Director of Athletics_____________Wheeler Brown Conference_ _____________________________ MEAC Home Field_ ____________ World War Memorial Stadium

Location_ _________________________ Greenville, SC Nickname _____________________________ Paladins Colors__________________________ Purple and White President___________________________ Dr. David Shi Director of Athletics_ __________________Dr. Gary Clark Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ _____________________ Furman Stadium

Location_ ___________________________Durham, NC Nickname ___________________________ Blue Devils Colors_______________________ Royal Blue and White President_____________________ Richard H. Brodhead Director of Athletics_ ____________________ Joe Alleva Conference_ _______________________________ACC Home Field_ ____________________ Jack Coombs Field

Head Coach________________________ Keith Shumate Record at School_______________202-378-2 (12 years) Career Record_ ________________202-378-2 (11 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ______________________ Austin Love ___________________________Tim Wilson, Eric Estep 2007 Record_____________________________ 28-31 2007 Conference Record_ ______________ 11-7 (T-2nd) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________ N30-7

Head Coach___________________________ Ron Smith Record at School________________ 340-416 (14 years) Career Record_ _________________ 340-416 (14 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ______________________Brent Shade 2007 Record_____________________________ 19-36 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 11-16 (8th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________18/10

Head Coach_________________________Sean McNally Record at School___________________ 44-65 (3 years) Career Record_ ____________________ 44-65 (3 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ___________________ Matthew Boggs ________________ Sean Snedeker , Jonathan Anderson 2007 Record_____________________________ 29-25 2007 Conference Record_ _______ 8-22 (5th Coastal Div.) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________19/4

Baseball SID______________________ Brian Holloway Office Phone____________________(336) 334-7141 Office Fax______________________(336) 334-7181 Cell Phone_____________________(336) 328-6719 E-mail_ ____________________ bmhollow@ncat.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(336) 334-7405 Web Address__________________ www.ncataggies.com

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Baseball SID_________________________ Hunter Reid Office Phone___________________ (864) 294-2061 Office Fax_____________________ (864) 294-3061 Cell Phone____________________ (864) 567-1663 E-mail_ ________________ Hunter.Reid@furman.edu Press Box Phone_ _________________ (864) 294-3066 Web Address_______________www.furmanpaladins.com

Baseball SID_________________________ Chris Cook Office Phone____________________(919) 684-8708 Office Fax______________________(919) 684-2489 Cell Phone_____________________ (919) 812-7141 E-mail_ ___________________ cook@duaa.duke.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________ (919) 812-7141 Web Address____________________ www.GoDuke.com

Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


Apr. 11-13 Greensboro, NC

The Citadel Apr. 18-20 Charleston, SC

NC State

Apr. 23 Greensboro, NC

Location_ _________________________Charleston, SC Nickname _______________________ Bulldogs, Cadets Colors______________________ Citadel Blue and White President_____________________ Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Director of Athletics_ __________________ Les Robinson Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ _________________ Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park

Location_ ___________________________ Raleigh, NC Nickname_ ____________________________ Wolfpack Colors____________________________ Red and White President_____________________ Dr. James L. Oblinger Director of Athletics_ ____________________ Lee Fowler Conference_ _______________________________ACC Home Field_ __________________________ Doak Field

Head Coach______________________ Todd Interdonato Record at School_________________________ 1st year Career Record_ __________________________ 1st year Asst. Coaches: _ ______________________ Dusty Blake _____________________ Nick Jaksa, Anthony Dillenger 2007 Record_____________________________ 30-33 2007 Conference Record_ ________________ 8-19 (9th) Postseason__________________ 5-0 SoCon, 0-2 NCAA Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________20/15

Head Coach__________________________ Fred Jordan Record at School________________ 558-400 (16 years) Career Record_ _________________ 558-400 (16 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ____________________ David Beckley _______________________ Stuart Lake, Randy Carlson 2007 Record_____________________________ 34-27 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 12-15 (7th) Postseason____________________________4-2 (2nd) Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________23/9

Head Coach__________________________ Elliott Avent Record at School________________ 416-258 (11 years) Career Record_ _________________ 641-467 (19 years) Asst. Coaches_ ______________________ Tom Holliday __________________________ Chris Hart, Brian Ward 2007 Record_____________________________ 38-23 2007 Conference Record_ ___________________ 16-14 Postseason______________________________ NCAA Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________22/10

Baseball SID_____________________ Brent Williamson Office Phone___________________ (864) 597-4093 Office Fax______________________(864) 597-4129 Cell Phone____________________ (864) 809-8900 E-mail_ _______________ williamsondb@wofford.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(864) 597-4478 Web Address______________ www.athletics.wofford.edu

Baseball SID_______________________ Patrick Walsh Office Phone___________________ (843) 953-7590 Office Fax_____________________ (843) 953-6727 Cell Phone_____________________(843) 708-0915 E-mail_ _______________ Patrick.Walsh@citadel.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(843) 965-4151 Web Address________________ www.CitadelSports.com

Baseball SID_____________________ Bruce Winkworth Office Phone_ _____________________ (919) 515-2102 Office Fax_ _______________________(919) 515-2898 Cell Phone________________________(919) 819-3035 E-mail__________________ bruce_winkworth@ncsu.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(919) 513-0653 Web Address_____________________ www.gopack.com

Elon

Apr. 25-27 Greensboro, NC

UNC Asheville Apr. 30 Greensboro, NC

College of Charleston May 2-4 Greensboro, NC

Location_ _____________________________ Elon, NC Nickname ______________________________ Phoenix Colors__________________________ Maroon and Gold President_________________________ Dr. Leo Lambert Director of Athletics_ ___________________ Dave Blank Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ ________________________ Latham Park

Location_ __________________________ Asheville, NC Nickname _____________________________ Bulldogs Colors_______________________ Royal Blue and White Chancellor________________________ Dr. Anne Ponder Director of Athletics_ ____________________Janet Cone Conference_ __________________________ Big South Home Field_ _____________________ Greenwood Field

Location_ _________________________Charleston, SC Nickname ______________________________Cougars Colors_________________________ Maroon and White President_______________________ Dr. George Benson Director of Athletics_ ______________________ Joe Hull Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ ____________________ Patriots Point Field

Head Coach________________________ Mike Kennedy Record at School_______________ 351-271-3 (11 years) Career Record_ ________________ 351-271-3 (11 years) Asst. Coaches: _ ____________________ Greg Starbuck __________________Robbie Huffstetler, Grant Rembert 2007 Record_____________________________ 32-29 2007 Conference Record_ ___________________ 19-13 Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________15/11

Head Coach________________________ Willie Stewart Record at School__________________ 61-115 (4th year) Career Record_ ___________________ 61-115 (4th year) Asst. Coaches: _ ________________________ Tim Perry _________________________Bob Fenn , Tommy Smith 2007 Record_____________________________ 22-38 2007 Conference Record_ ________________ 9-12 (6th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________11/13

Head Coach_______________________ John Pawlowski Record at School________________299-172-1 (8 years) Career Record_ _________________299-172-1 (8 years) Asst. Coaches: _ _____________________ Scott Foxhall _________________________ Matt Heath, Chris Morris 2007 Record_____________________________ 39-19 2007 Conference Record_ ________________ 20-7 (1st) Postseason________________________________ 0-2 Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________18/12

Baseball SID_________________________ Chris Rash Office Phone____________________(336) 278-6712 Office Fax______________________(336) 278-6768 Cell Phone_____________________(336) 263-4737 E-mail_ _______________________ crash@elon.edu Press Box Phone_ _________________ (336) 278-6788 Web Address_________________ www.elonphoenix.com

Baseball SID________________________ Everett Hutto Office Phone____________________(828) 251-6931 Office Fax______________________(828) 251-6386 Cell Phone_____________________(828) 545-1121 E-mail_ ______________________ ehutto@unca.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(828) 545-1121 Web Address________________ www.uncabulldogs.com

Baseball SID_________________________ Tony Ciuffo Office Phone___________________ (843) 953-5465 Office Fax_____________________ (843) 953-6534 Cell Phone_____________________(843) 475-1139 E-mail_ _______________________ ciuffo@cofc.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(843) 953-9141 Web Address__________________ www.cofcsports.com

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Location_ _______________________ Spartanburg, SC Nickname ______________________________ Terriers Colors_________________________Old Gold and Black President____________________Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap Director of Athletics_ ________________Richard Johnson Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ ___________________ Russell C. King Field

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Georgia Southern

May 9-11 Statesboro, GA

Davidson

May 14-16 Greensboro, NC

Location_ ________________________ Statesboro, GA Nickname_ ______________________________Eagles Colors____________________________Blue and White President_________________________ Dr. Bruce Grube Director of Athletics_ ____________________Sam Baker Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ __________________J.I. Clements Stadium

Location_ __________________________ Davidson, NC Nickname_ ____________________________ Wildcats Colors____________________________ Red and Black President______________________________Tom Ross Director of Athletics_ ___________________ Jim Murphy Conference_ ___________________________ Southern Home Field_ _________________________Wilson Field

Head Coach_______________________ Rodney Hennon Record at School_________________ 295-191 (8 years) Career Record_ ________________ 376-229-1 (10 years) Asst. Coaches_ _______________________ Mike Tidick ______________________Jason Beverlin, Justin Klinger 2007 Record_____________________________ 34-28 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 13-14 (6th) Postseason________________________________ 1-2 Letterwinners ret./lost _______________________19/7

Head Coach__________________________ Dick Cooke Record at School_______________ 335-527-1 (17 years) Career Record_ ________________346-559-1 (18 years) Asst. Coaches_ ______________________ Mike Zandler _________________________________ Jeff Arzonico 2007 Record_____________________________ 19-34 2007 Conference Record_ _______________ 8-19 (10th) Postseason_______________________________None Letterwinners ret./lost ______________________20/11

Baseball SID_____________________ Patrick Osterman Office Phone_ _____________________(912) 681-0352 Office Fax_ _______________________(912) 681-0046 Cell Phone________________________(912) 531-0926 E-mail______________prosterman@georgiasouthern.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(912) 681-2508 Web Address________ .www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com

Baseball SID________________________ Marc Gignac Office Phone_ ____________________ (704) 894-2123 Office Fax_ ______________________ (704) 894-2636 Cell Phone________________________(980) 297-9981 E-mail____________________ magignac@davidson.edu Press Box Phone_ __________________(704) 894-2740 Web Address_____________ www.DavidsonWildcats.com

Riley Park - Host of the SoCon Tournament Riley Park, located in Charleston, SC, will play host to the Southern Conference Tournament May 21-25. Located in the banks of the Ashley River, the $19.5 million state-of-theart ballpark opened in 1997, giving the SoCon one of the top collegiate baseball facilities in the nation. The park, affectionately called “The Joe,” is named after long-time Charleston mayor and 1964 Citadel graduate, the Honorable Joseph P. Riley. The facility holds a seating capacity of 6,000 and was designed by the same 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.

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Team Western Carolina Coll. of Charleston Elon Appalachian State UNC Greensboro Ga. Southern The Citadel Furman Wofford Davidson

SoCon 20-7-0 20-7-0 15-12-0 4-13-0 14-13-0 13-14-0 12-15-0 11-16-0 8-19-0 8-19-0

Pct. .741 .741 .556 .519 .519 .481 .444 .407 .296 .296

Overall 42-20-0 39-19-0 32-29-0 33-26-0 30-30-0 34-28-0 34-27-0 19-36-0 30-33-0 19-34-0

Pct. .677 .672 .525 .559 .500 .548 .557 .345 .476 .358

2007 SoCon Individual Statistical Leaders Pitching (all games)

Average 1. Brandon Waring WOF___________.401 2. Kenny Smith WCU_____________.390 3. Rob Wilson DAV______________.387 4. Andrew Franco ASU____________.387 5. Graham Maiden COFC__________.385

ERA 1. Drew Saberhagen WCU_ ________2.87 2. Ryan Falcon UNCG_ ___________2.93 3. Nick Chigges COFC____________3.52 4. Jake Goldberg COFC_ __________3.72 5. Steven Hensley ELON___________3.93

Hits 1. Chris Campbell COFC_ _________ 102 2. Kenny Smith WCU______________ 97 3. Barrett Shaft WCU______________ 96 4. Michael Harrington COFC_________ 95 5. Tim Carrier UNCG_ _____________ 91 David Rubinstein ASU_ __________ 91

Wins 1. Nick Chigges COFC_____________ 11 2. Ben Austin WOF_ ______________ 11 3. Garrett Sherrill ASU_____________ 10 4. Drew Saberhagen WCU_ __________ 9 5. Tyler Sexton WCU_ ______________ 8 Steven Hensley ELON_____________ 8 Ryan Falcon UNCG_ _____________ 8

Doubles 1. David Rubinstein ASU_ __________ 30 2. Kenny Smith WCU______________ 24 3. Isaac Harrow ASU______________ 22 4. Matt Miller GSU_ ______________ 21 Chris Campbell COFC_ __________ 21 Zach Brown CIT________________ 21 Chris Shehan GSU______________ 21 Triples 1. Chris Campbell COFC_ ___________ 8 Chris Dove ELON________________ 8 3. Tom Prosser ASU________________ 6 4. Bobby Hubbard FUR_ ____________ 4 Chris Swauger CIT_______________ 4 Emre Caglayan WOF_ ____________ 4 David Rubinstein ASU_ ___________ 4 Michael Kohn COFC______________ 4 Kenny Smith WCU_______________ 4 Home Runs 1. Brandon Waring WOF____________ 27 2. Kenny Smith WCU______________ 20 3. Blake Murphy WCU_____________ 16 Shane Kirkley WOF_ ____________ 16 5. Richard Jones CIT_ _____________ 15 Chris Swauger CIT______________ 15 John Brandt WOF_______________ 15 Ben Lesater COFC______________ 15 RBI 1. Kenny Smith WCU______________ 84 2. Chris Campbell COFC_ __________ 82 3. Brandon Waring WOF____________ 74 4. Blake Murphy WCU_____________ 66 5. Michael Harrington COFC_________ 66 Runs Scored 1. Oliver Marmol COFC_ ___________ 84 2. Blake Murphy WCU_____________ 73 3. Brandon Waring WOF____________ 73 4. Kenny Smith WCU______________ 72 5. Zach Brown CIT________________ 69

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Innings Pitched 1. Austin Redwine WOF__________109.0 2. Ben Austin WOF_ ____________ 107.2 3. Nick Chigges COFC___________ 107.1 4. Drew Saberhagen WCU_ _______106.2 5. Wes Wrenn CIT_ _____________104.2 Strikeouts 1. Nick Chigges COFC____________ 112 2. Steven Hensley ELON___________ 107 3. Ben Austin WOF_ ______________ 96 4. Ryan Falcon UNCG_ ____________ 84 5. Tyler Sexton WCU_ _____________ 83 Saves 1. A.J. Battisto GSU_______________ 10 2. Greg Holland WCU______________ 10 3. Mike Gilmartin WOF_ ____________ 8 Matt Webb DAV_________________ 8 5. Link Saunders CIT_______________ 7 Opponent Batting Average 1. Jeff Beliveau COFC_ ___________.229 2. Nick Chigges COFC____________.237 3. Ryan Falcon UNCG_ ___________.242 4. Steven Hensley ELON___________.249 5. Matt Klinker FUR______________.254 Appearances 1. Kyle Kamppi GSU_ _____________ 37 2. Raymond Copenhaver CIT_ _______ 36 A.J. Battisto GSU_______________ 36 4. Bobby DeMuro DAV_____________ 33 Greg Holland WCU______________ 33

School Coll. of Charleston Appalachian State Western Carolina The Citadel Wofford Davidson Ga. Southern Elon UNC Greensboro Furman

Pitching

School Western Carolina Coll. of Charleston The Citadel Ga. Southern UNC Greensboro Elon Furman Appalachian State Wofford Davidson

GP AVG AB R H 58 .350 2170 552 760 59 .329 2148 483 707 62 .323 2242 520 725 61 .307 2189 418 671 63 .303 2179 448 660 53 .301 1920 361 577 62 .298 2184 438 650 61 .297 2107 444 626 60 .292 2103 372 614 55 .270 1883 276 509

ERA 4.79 4.82 5.08 5.39 5.43 5.55 5.83 5.96 7.42 8.28

W-L 41-20 39-19 34-27 34-28 30-30 32-29 19-36 33-26 30-33 19-34

SV 14 6 12 14 5 8 8 7 15 9

2B 3B HR BB SO 149 26 92 204 292 168 25 42 261 335 148 12 87 266 370 121 17 70 211 366 121 13 108 224 427 109 10 47 225 400 143 9 61 249 417 109 18 50 277 409 119 16 43 242 346 78 9 36 178 358

IP H 550.1 653 527.0 578 549.1 677 543.0 680 532.0 606 543.1 647 483.1 584 513.0 625 538.2 710 465.0 673

R 346 385 387 386 378 399 375 412 521 509

ER 293 282 310 325 321 335 313 340 444 428

SB-ATT 88-116 69-101 69-96 39-57 33-44 26-39 82-100 103-139 52-64 49-74

BB 230 260 201 196 190 274 186 228 296 225

K 425 445 397 425 384 383 316 398 364 261

2007 All-SoCon Teams Coaches

Media

Player of the Year – Kenny Smith (WCU) Pitcher of the Year – Nick Chigges (CofC) Freshman of the Year – Richard Jones (CIT) Coach of the Year – John Pawlowski (CofC)

Player of the Year – Kenny Smith (WCU) Pitcher of the Year – Nick Chigges (CofC) Freshman of the Year – Richard Jones (CIT) Coach of the Year – Todd Raleigh (WCU)

First Team C- Blake Murphy (WCU) 1B- Zach Brown (CIT) 2B- Kenny Smith (WCU) 3B – Brandon Waring (WOF) SS – Oliver Marmol (CofC) OF – Michael Harrington (Cof C) OF – Barrett Shaft (WCU) OF – David Rubinstein (ASU) DH – Rob Wilson (DAV) SP – Nick Chigges (Cof C) SP – Drew Saberhagen (WCU) RP – Greg Holland (WCU)

First Team C- Blake Murphy (WCU) 1B- Zach Brown (CIT) 2B- Kenny Smith (WCU) SS- Oliver Marmol (CofC) 3B- Brandon Waring (WOF) OF- Jonathan Greene (WCU) OF- Michael Harrington (CofC) OF- David Rubinstein (ASU) DH- Richard Jones (CIT) SP- Nick Chigges (CofC) SP- Drew Saberhagen (WCU) RP- Greg Holland (WCU)

Second Team C – Alex Garabedian (CofC) 1B – Graham Maiden (CofC) 2B – Chris Campbell (CofC) 3B – Ben Lasater (CofC) SS – Jason Altenhof (ASU) OF – Chris Swauger (CIT) OF – Steven Strausbaugh (WCU) OF – Sonny Meade (CIT) DH – Richard Jones (CIT) SP – Steven Hensley (ELON) SP – Ryan Falcon (UNCG) RP – A.J. Battisto (GSU)

Second Team C- Alex Garabedian (CofC) 1B- John Ingram (WCU) 2B- Chris Campbell (CofC) SS- Mike Gilmartin (WOF) 3B- Ben Lasater (CofC) OF- Steven Strausbaugh (WCU) OF- Mike Economos (GSU) OF- Patrick Irvine (ELON) DH- Rob Wilson (DAV) SP- Steven Hensley (ELON) SP- Ryan Falcon (UNCG) RP- Matt Webb (DAV)

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The Southern Conference

The Southern Conference, which began its 87th season of intercollegiate competition in 2007, is a national leader 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 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. The Southern Conference has also excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision conference. Southern Conference member Appalachian State has won the last two Football Championship Subdivision titles. 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. 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 conference institutions. The Southern Conference office is located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. 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 and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.

25th Anniversary of Women’s Championships

The Southern Conference will celebrate 25 years of women’s championships in 2007-08. A year-long celebration of women’s sports will highlight student-athletes, coaches and teams. Commissioner Ken Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The league crowns champions in nine women’s sports including cross country, soccer, volleyball, indoor track & field, basketball, tennis, golf, outdoor track & field and softball.

Membership History

The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 at a meeting in Atlanta, Ga. as 14 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, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt - joined the fold. A year later, the University of the South joined the ranks. VMI became a member in 1925 and Duke was added 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 from the 23-school Southern Conference. The league’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized to help reduce the extensive travel de-

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mands 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 came about in 1953 when Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest 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 local rivals. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans four Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. On July 1, 2008, Samford will officially join the league, brining membership of the conference to 12.

Leadership

John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Previously, Iamarino served as commissioner of the Northeast Conference. In nine years with the New Jersey-based league, Iamarino promoted the conference through an ambitious agenda which improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. 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. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C. to Asheville, N.C. 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. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 2001-2005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C. to historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts.

Championship 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. The Southern Conference began sponsoring women’s sports during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. 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 & field, tennis, golf and softball. Men’s basketball was the first sport in which the conference produced a championship. The league tournament is the nation’s oldest, with the inaugural championship held in Atlanta in 1922. Not only was the Southern Conference Tournament the first of its kind, the league also helped change the face of college basketball. In 1980, the league began a season-long experiment with a 22-foot three-point field goal with the approval of the NCAA Rules Committee. Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina made the first threepoint field goal in college basketball history in a game against Middle Tennessee State on Nov. 29, 1980. Another college basketball tradition that originated in the SoCon is the traditional cutting of the nets by the winning team. According to USA Today, the practice of net cutting originated in 1947 with North Carolina State head coach Everett Case. As a first-year head coach, Case led the Wolfpack to the SoCon Tournament title. To commemorate the event, Case celebrated by claiming the nets as a souvenir of the win. In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949. 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). Other SoCon players to go on to a career in the major leagues include Angels third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel), pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn (VMI) who both pitched with Oakland in 2005 and Furman’s Tom Mastny, a pitcher with the Cleveland Indians (2007). 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 runner-up 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 U.S. Open and one U.S. Amateur. Women’s sports are relatively young in the league’s history. In 2007-08, the Southern Conference will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary of women’s championship. 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. Furman’s Brandi Jackson won the NCAA Women’s Golf East Regional in the spring of 2003.

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David Adams.............................2002-2006 Nate Alden.....................................2003-04 Will Allison...........................................1997 Justin Aquilante.........................2000-2001

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Taft Cable..................................1999-2001 Pat Calabrese............................1993-1996 Rick Capretta.............................1997-2000 Mike Carothers....................................1994 Seth Carr............................................ 2004 Tim Carrier...........................2007-current Travis Chance.......................................1996 Chad Clark.......................................... 2003 Ryan Clear.......................................... 2006 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.............................2003-2006 -D-

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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.............................2004-2006 Ben Evick...................................1996-1997 F-

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Chris Faircloth...........................1995-1996 Ryan Falcon...............................2003-2007 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 Matt Gaski...........................2007-current Matt Gibbs...........................2007-current Clay Gibson..........................2005-current Tim Giles....................................1994-1996 Rob Gilliam..........................2007-current Keith Glauber.......................................1992 Ryan Gordon..................................2000-04 Sean Gordon..............................1998-1999 Nick Gonzalez............................1999-2000 Roly Gonzalez............................2005-2006 Andy Grader........................................ 2002 Brian Greene..............................1993-1994 Austin Grissom..........................1998-1999

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Brandon Harvey.........................2006-2007 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

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Jonathan Jackson......................1996-1999 Jason Jaworoski...................................1995 Ed Jayjack............................2006-current Joel Johnson........................................2007 Nolan Johnson...............................2003-04 Blake Jordan....................................... 2003 Kory Judd.............................2006-current -K-

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Kevin Keene........................................ 2004 Fletcher Kemp.....................................1999 Scott Kerns.................................... 1991-93 John Kincaid........................................1998 Adam Krieger.......................................2007 Mike Krekorian..........................1997-2000 Jay Kuykendall...........................1993-1996 -

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Lee Land..............................................2007 Jason Langlois...........................1994-1995 Jesse Lavender............................... 2001-04 Justin Lee..................................2000-2002 Jake Linney..........................................2007 Nick Lockhart............................2001-2002 Tripp Lockhart..................................... 2002 Rob Luerhsen.......................................1998 M-

M

Chris Madonna.............................. 1991-92 Greg Martin..........................2006-current Jesse Martin..............................1999-2002 Sam Martin...............................2005-2007 Greg Matson....................................... 2006 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`.....................2006-2007 Kevin Meakum.....................................1998 Jay Metzger.................................... 2001-04 Scooter Michael............................. 2001-04 Will Miller........................................... 2000 Jermaine Mitchell............................... 2006 Chris Mittendorf.........................2000-2001 Brian Moehler............................1991-1993 Mike Mongiello..........................2005-2006 Steve Mokan..............................1997-1999 Brian Morgan.............................1994-1996 Steve Morgan..................................... 2004 -N-

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Jared Nace.......................................... 2000 Jack Nemecek............................1991-1992 Jonathan Nichols.......................2002-2006 Jason Nolte..........................................1998 -

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Matt Oakley.........................................1992 Mark Oetjen...............................1997-1999

Brian Oringderff.........................1991-1992 Ricky Orton..........................2007-current Corey Overholtzer..................2007-current

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Austin Parrish................................2003-04 Bryan Parrish................................. 1991-92 Jason Parsons............................1995-1998 Dominic Pattie...........................1995-1998 Chris Perry...........................................1999 Darin Phalines...........................2000-2001 Ian Phillips...........................2007-current Nick Phillips...............................1994-1997 Sean Pick..................................1991-1994 John Posey.................................1992-1994 Jeremy Purcell............................1997-2000 R-

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Scott Rachlin.......................................1999 Robbie Redic.................................2002-04 Mike Rikard...............................1991-1994 Jeremy Roulin............................2004-2006

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Justin Saltalamacchia....................2002-03 Andrew Salvo.......................................1998 Jarrett Santos................................2003-04 Jason Sarvis...............................2000-2003 Josh Schmidt...................................... 2004 Dan Schneider...........................1991-1994 Scott Schneider...................................2007 Shane Schumaker.......................... 2000-01 Doug Schutt.........................................2001 John Sheeran.............................1995-1996 Alex Shelton.........................2007-current Matt Shuey................................1994-1995 Sean Slaughter................................... 2002 Jeff Smith..................................1999-2000 Logan Smith.........................2005-current Sean Snell............................2005-current Nick Starnes..............................2003-2007 Bill Stone...................................1996-1999 Kirk Strebin....................................2002-03 Jeremy Suggs.......................................1998 Lance Surridge...........................1997-1998 Allie Swanson..................................... 2003 Anthony Sylvester...........................1993-96

Nick Starnes finished the 2007 season with a career-high 20 appearances. He is currently ranked fifth on UNCG’s all-time career list with 46 starts from 2003-2007.

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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.......................2006-2007 Bryan Thyroff........................2007-current Darrell Tillmon...........................1994-1995 Ted Toler....................................1998-2001 Matt Tomlin........................................ 2002 U-

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.

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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 Corey Weglin........................................2007 Clay Wehner........................................ 2003 Guy Welsh..................................2006-2007 Craig Whalen.................................2002-03 Rhett Woehrle............................1997-1998 Y-

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

Kory Judd finished the 2007 season with the team’s third-best ERA of 5.04. He led the UNCG pitching squad with 30 appearances and 13 games finished and shared the top spot in saves (2) and games in relief (27).

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All-Time Baseball Roster

Josh Baas........................................... 2006 Ramon Balderas........................2000-2001 Tyler Ballengee................................... 2006 Marcus Battle......................................1995 Brad Beavers.......................................1995 Kevin Bedard.............................1995-1996 Brad Beeson..............................1995-1996 Matt Berry.................................1991-1992 Matt Bjorkstrom...................2007-current Jason Branta....................................... 2004 Ryan Brincat....................................... 2004 Jon Bystrek................................1996-1998 C-

Michael Gulledge........................... 2001-03

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UNCG Single Game Records Batting

At-bats Pat Calabrese Jason Sarvis

8, vs. SE Louisiana (5-27-94) 8, vs. Brown (3-28-02)

Runs Dominic Pattie Joey DeAngelis Chris Healy

5, at UNC Wilmington (2-9-97) 5, vs. NC A&T (2-26-94) 5, vs Xavier (3-9-93)

Hits Joey DeAngelis

6, vs NC A&T (2-16-94)

RBI (7 or more in a game) 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 Triples Justin Saltalamacchia Nicky Phillips Scott Young

3, vs. NC A&T (2-12-97) 2, vs. The Citadel (5-9-03) 2, vs. North Carolina (4-24-96) 2, vs. Georgia (3-3-95)

Home runs Steve Mokan Tonka Maynor

3, at Radford (3-30-97) 3, vs. Wake Forest (4-9-92)

Stolen bases Brandon Weber Tonka Maynor

4, at Duke (4-20-99) 4, vs. William & Mary (3-01-91)

Walks Nicky Phillips Joey DeAngelis Scott Young Jeremy Purcell

4, vs. VMI (2-17-94) 4, vs. The Citadel (3-10-94) 4, vs. UMBC (4-24-94) 4, vs. UNC Asheville (2-27-92) 4, at Elon (3-28-00)

Pitching

Innings Pitched Many times, last by Ryan Falcon

9, vs. The Citadel (5-04-07)

Strikeouts (12 or more in a game) 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) Ryan Falcon 12, vs. Appalachian State (5-04-07) Nick Starnes 12, at Appalachian State (4-07-06) Corey McDonald 12, at Wofford (5-25-97) Jeff Huffman 12, vs. Winthrop (4-26-93)

Miscellaneous

Triple Plays (1) Tim Carrier (2B) to Ricky Orton (1B) on May 25, 2007 at SoCon Tournament. Line drive was hit to Carrier, who stepped on second and fired to Orton for third out. Play came with the bases loaded and no outs in the ninth inning and gave UNCG an 8-6 win over Georgia Southern in an elimination bracket game.

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SEASON Records Games 1. 5. 6.

Batting Linwood Davis, 1997________________62 Steve Mokan, 1997_ ________________62 Dominic Pattie, 1997_ _______________62 Lance Surridge, 1997________________62 Kenny Vawter, 1997_ ________________61 Tim Carrier, 2007___________________60 Matt Gaski, 2007___________________60 Ryan Gordon, 2003_ ________________60 Jason Sarvis, 2003__________________60 Nicky Phillips, 1997_ ________________60

At-bats 1. Tim Carrier, 2007__________________260 Dominic Pattie, 1997_ ______________260 2. Lance Surridge, 1997_______________240 3. Matt Gaski, 2007__________________237 4. Kirk Strebin, 2003_ ________________234 Kirk Strebin, 2002_ ________________234 Jermaine Mitchell, 2006_____________234 7. Guy Welsh, 2006_ _________________233 8. Ryan Gordon, 2003_ _______________231 9. Dominic Pattie, 1998_ ______________230 Nicky Phillips, 1997_ _______________230 Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10.

Shane Schumaker, 2000______________ 74 Dominic Pattie, 1997_ _______________72 Nicky Phillips, 1997_ ________________68 Doug Schutt, 2001__________________67 Nicky Phillips, 1996_ ________________67 Tonka Maynor, 1994_________________66 Allen Thomas, 2003_________________61 Dominic Pattie, 1998_ _______________61 Joey DeAngelis, 1994________________61 Shane Schumaker, 2001______________58

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

Dominic Pattie, 1997_ ______________100 Ryan Gordon, 2003_ ________________96 Tim Carrier, 2007___________________91 Nicky Phillips, 1997_ ________________86 Jermaine Mitchell, 2006______________93 Lance Surridge, 1998________________79 Guy Welsh, 2007_ __________________79 Dominic Pattie, 1996_ _______________78 Tonka Maynor, 1994_________________78 Kenny Vawter, 1998_ ________________78

Doubles 1. Jason Sarvis, 2002__________________24 2. Tonka Maynor, 1992_________________23 3. Pat Calabrese, 1996_________________21 Joey DeAngelis, 1994________________21 5. Guy Welsh, 2007_ __________________20 Ryan Gordon, 2003_ ________________20 Tim Giles, 1996_ ___________________20 8. Jeremy Roulin, 2005_________________19 Dominic Pattie, 1997_ _______________19 10. Jeremy Purcell, 2000_ _______________18 Chris Mittendorf, 2001_______________18 Triples 1. 2. 4. 5.

Nicky Phillips, 1996_ _________________8 Shane Schumaker, 2000_______________7 Jermaine Mitchell, 2006_______________7 Ryan Gordon, 2004_ _________________6 Ryan Gordon, 2003_ _________________5 Jeff Smith, 2000_____________________5 Kenny Vawter, 1997_ _________________5 Dominic Pattie, 1998_ ________________5 Jeff Smith, 1999_____________________5

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

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. Jermaine Mitchell, 2006_____________133 8. Jeff Smith, 1999___________________127 9. Tim Carrier, 2007__________________125 Shane Schumaker, 2000_____________125 Joey DeAngelis, 1994_______________125 RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

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 Guy Welsh, 2007_ __________________49

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 9. Shane Schumaker, 2000______________26 Dominic Pattie, 1996_ _______________26 Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jeremy Roulin, 2004_________________50 Joey DeAngelis, 1994________________49 Shane Schumaker, 2000______________47 Ryan Brincat, 2004__________________44 Shane Schumaker, 2001______________43 Matt Gaski________________________42 Jermaine Mitchell, 2006______________42 Doug Schutt, 2001__________________42 Jeremy Purcell, 2000_ _______________42 Chris Madonna, 1991________________42

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 Batting average (min. 100 at bats) 1. Ryan Gordon, 2003_ ______________ .416 2. Tonka Maynor, 1992_______________ .410 3. Jermaine Mitchell, 2006____________ .397 4. Dominic Pattie, 1997_ _____________ .385 5. Kenny Vawter, 1998_ ______________ .380 6. Tonka Maynor, 1994_______________ .379 7. Shane Schumaker, 2000____________ .376 8. Ryan Gordon, 2004_ ______________ .374 Nicky Phillips, 1997_ ______________ .374 10. Scott Young, 1995_ _______________ .371 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

Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


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) Appearances 1. Jarrett Santos, 2003_________________ 41 2. Ted Toler, 2001_____________________40 3. Taft Cable, 2000_ __________________38 Patrick Currin, 2006_________________38 5. Ted Toler, 1998_____________________35 Jason Parsons, 1997________________35 7. Jarrett Santos, 2004_________________34 Teft Cable, 2001____________________34 Sean Pick, 1994____________________34 10. Clinton McKinney, 2006______________33 Games started 1. Everett Hancock, 2001_______________18 Everett Hancock, 2000_______________18 3. Scooter Michael, 2003_______________ 17 Jonathan Jackson, 1999______________ 17 5. Matt Gibbs, 2007___________________16 Ryan Falcon, 2007__________________16 7. Chris Mason, 2005__________________15 Jay Metzger, 2003_ _________________15 Jonathan Jackson, 1997______________15 Jonathan Jackson, 1998______________15 Lance Surridge, 1998________________15 Rhett Woehrle, 1998_________________15 Games relieved 1. Jarrett Santos, 2003_________________40 2. Ted Toler, 2001_____________________39 3. Taft Cable, 2000_ __________________36 4. Ted Toler, 1998_____________________35 Patrick Currin, 2006_________________35 5. Jarrett Santos, 2004_________________34 Sean Pick, 1994____________________34 7. Ted Toler, 2000_____________________32 8. Taft Cable, 2001____________________31 Clinton McKinney, 2006______________31 Wins 1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

Jason Parsons, 1997________________15 Scooter Michael, 2002_______________12 Jarrett Santos, 2003_________________11 Jonathan Jackson, 1996______________11 Patrick Currin, 2006_________________10 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. 5.

Ryan Falcon, 2007___________________7 Wes McCall, 2006_ __________________7 Chris Mason, 2005___________________7 Andy Dvonch, 1991___________________7 Ryan Falcon, 2004___________________6 Jay Metzger, 2002_ __________________6 Chris Cloninger, 2002_________________6

Southern Conference Champions •1998

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 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. Ryan Falcon, 2007___________________2 Scooter Michael, 2004________________2 Everett Hancock, 2000________________2 Lance Surridge, 1998_________________2 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. Ryan Falcon, 2007_______________ 104.1 6. Jarrett Santos, 2003______________ 101.0 7. Scooter Michael, 2003____________ 100.2 8. Scooter Michael, 2002____________ 100.1 9. Chris Cloninger, 2002______________ 99.1 10. Ryan Gordon, 2000_ ______________ 96.2 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. Ryan Falcon, 2007__________________84 Saves 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Sean Pick, 1994____________________11 Taft Cable, 2001_____________________9 Chris Mason, 2003___________________8 Jason Parsons, 1997_________________8 Patrick Currin, 2006__________________8 Patrick Currin, 2005__________________6 Wes McCall, 2005_ __________________6 Jason Parsons, 1998_ ________________6 Jarrett Santos, 2004__________________5 Jason Parsons, 1996_ ________________4 Jay Kuykendall, 1993_ ________________4

CAREER Records Batting

Games 1. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ___________ 2. Dominic Pattie (1995-98)____________ 3. Nicky Phillips (1994-97) _ ___________ 4. Corey McDonald (1996-99)___________ 5. Brandon Weber (1996-99) ___________ 6. Steve Matyckyk (1992-95)_ __________ 7. Scott Young (1992-95)______________ Jesse Martin (1999-02)_ ____________ 9. Pat Calabrese (1993-96)____________ 10. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94)____________

225 223 206 204 203 196 194 194 190 188

At-bats 1. Dominic Pattie (1995-98)____________ 2. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ___________ 3. Ryan Gordon (2000-04)_ ____________ 4. Nicky Phillips (1994-97)_____________ 5. Scott Young (1992-95)______________ 6. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94)____________ 7. Steve Matyckyk (1992-95)_ __________ 8. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)_____________ Jesse Martin (1999-02)_ ____________ 10. Brandon Weber (1996-99)_ __________

867 780 688 683 672 667 662 659 659 655

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 Hits 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dominic Pattie (1995-98)____________ Ryan Gordon (2000-2004)_ __________ Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ___________ Tonka Maynor (1991-94)_____________ Nicky Phillips (1994-97)_____________ Joey DeAngelis(1991-94)_ ___________ Brandon Weber (1996-99)_ __________ Pat Calabrese (1993-96)____________ Scott Young (1992-95)______________ Tim Giles (1994-96)________________

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

Dominic Pattie (1995-98)____________ 218 Nicky Phillips (1994-97)_____________ 190 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

299 262 239 239 237 219 194 184 182 173

Doubles 1. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94)_____________ 2. Dominic Pattie (1995-98)_____________ 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ____________ 4. Ryan Gordon (2000-2004)_ ___________ Tonka Maynor (1991-94)______________ 6. Pat Calabrese (1993-96)_____________ 7. Tim Giles (1994-96)_________________ 8. Jason Sarvis (2000-2003)_____________ 9. Nicky Phillips (1994-97)______________ 10. Jesse Martin (1999-02)_ _____________

In his first season with the Spartans, Tim Carrier tallied 260 at-bats to tie him for the top spot in UNCG single-season records. He is also fifth in games played (60) and hits (91) and tied for ninth in total bases (125).

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

60 52 51 50 50 45 39 38 36 34

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 Jermaine Mitchell (2006)_ _____________ 7

Jermaine Mitchell, who was drafted in the fifth round by the Oakland A’s in 2006, led the Spartans with 234 at bats, 93 hits and seven triples in the 2006 season.

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Pitching

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On-base percentage 1. Tonka Maynor, 1992_______________ .519 2. Shane Schumaker, 2000____________ .498 3. Jermaine Mitchell, 2006____________ .493 4. Joey DeAngelis, 1992______________ .485 5. Joey DeAngelis, 1994______________ .482 6. Tonka Maynor, 1994_______________ .480 7. Tonka Maynor, 1991_______________ .475 8. Ryan Gordon, 2003_ ______________ .473 9. Steve Matyckyk, 1994______________ .467 10. Nicky Phillips, 1997_ ______________ .466


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Spartan Baseball Record Book

419 401 400 380 369 361 330 257 243 243

Appearances 1. Ted Toler (1998-01)_ _______________ 130 2. Jason Parsons (1995-98)_ ___________ 118 3. Patrick Currin (2003-06)_____________ 106 4. Taft Cable (1998-01)_ ______________ 104 5. Jay Kuykendall (1993-96)_____________ 89 6. Chris Cloninger (1999-02)_____________ 84 Jonathan Jackson (1996-99)___________ 84 8. Scooter Michael (2001-04)____________ 81 9. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)___________ 77 10. Jarrett Santos (2003-04)______________ 75 Games started 1. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99)___________ 58 2. Scooter Michael (2001-04)____________ 56 3. Ryan Falcon (2003-07)_______________ 55 4. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)___________ 47 5. Nick Starnes (2003-07)_ _____________ 46 6. Everett Hancock (1999-2002)__________ 44 7. Jay Metzger (2001-04)_ ______________ 41 8. Jeff Huffman (1991-94)______________ 40 9. Brian Moehler (1991-93)_ ____________ 35 10. Corey McDonald (1996-99)____________ 34

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

Games Relieved 1. Ted Toler (1998-01)_ _______________ 129 2. Patrick Currin (2003-06)______________ 97 3. Jason Parsons (1995-98)_ ____________ 93 4. Taft Cable (1999-01)_ _______________ 85 5. Jarrett Santos (2003-04)______________ 75 6. Sean Pick (1991-94)_________________ 71 7. Chris Cloninger (1999-02)_____________ 66 Jay Kuykendall (1993-96)_____________ 62 9. John Posey (1992-94)________________ 55 10. Andy Dvonch (1991-94)_ _____________ 51

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

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

Home runs 1. Tim Giles (1994-96)_________________ 2. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ____________ 3. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)______________ 4. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94)_____________ 5. Jesse Martin (1999-2002)_ ___________ 6. Jay Maule (2002-2005)_ _____________ Nicky Phillips (1994-97)______________ 8. Ryan Gordon (2000-04)_ _____________ 9. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95)_____________ 10. Shane Schumaker (2000-01)_ _________ Total bases 1. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ___________ 2. Ryan Gordon (2000-04)_ ____________ 3. Dominic Pattie (1995-98)____________ 4. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)_____________ 5. Nicky Phillips (1994-97)_____________ 6. Joey DeAngelis (1991-94)____________ 7. Tim Giles (1994-96)________________ 8. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95)____________ 9. Jason Sarvis (2000-03)______________ 10. Scott Young (1992-95)______________ Taft Cable, who was selected in the eighth round of the 2001 draft by the Philadelphia Phillies, ranks fourth in appearances (104) and in relief appearances (85).

Brian Moehler stands seventh on the school’s alltime 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.

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 Hit by pitch 1. Nicky Phillips (1994-97)______________ 2. Steve Mokan (1997-99)_ _____________ 3. Jeremy Purcell (1997-00)_ ____________ 4. Pat Calabrese (1993-96)_____________ 5. Steve Matyczyk (1992-95)_____________ Jesse Martin (1999-2002)_ ___________ 7. Greg Feltes, 2007___________________ 8. Jay Maule (2002-2005)_ _____________ 9. Tonka Maynor (1991-94)______________ 10. Matt Faulkner (1993-94)______________

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

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

30 28 26 25 23 23 22 21 19 18

Pitching Sean Pick (1991-94)________________ 3.03 Chris Mason (2003-2005)___________ 3.08 Patrick Currin (2003-06)_____________ 3.18 Jason Parsons (1995-98)_ ___________ 3.31 Scooter Michael (2000-04)___________ 3.64 Ryan Falcon (2003-07)______________ 3.65 Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)__________ 3.69 Ted Toler (1998-01)_ _______________ 3.70 Jeff Huffman (1991-94)_____________ 3.94 Everett Hancock (1999-02)___________ 3.95

Jason Parsons (1995-98)_ ____________ Scooter Michael (2000-04)____________ Jonathan Jackson (1996-99)___________ Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)___________ Jarrett Santos (2003-04)______________ Jay Kuykendall (1993-96)_____________ Taft Cable (1998-01)_ _______________ Jay Metzger (2001-04)_ ______________ Nick Starnes (2003-07)_ _____________ Patrick Currin (2003-06)______________ Jeff Huffman (1991-94)______________

34 32 30 24 20 20 20 19 18 18 18

Losses 1. Nick Starnes (2003-07)_ _____________ 2. Ryan Falcon (2003-07)_______________ 3. Brian Moehler (1991-93)_ ____________ Jeff Huffman (1991-94)______________ 5. Jay Metzger (2001-04)_ ______________ Jonathon Jackson (1996-99)___________ Cory McDonald (1996-99)_ ___________ 8 . Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)___________ 9. Andy Dvonch (1991-94)_ _____________ Everett Hancock (1999-02)____________

19 18 17 17 16 16 16 14 13 13

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 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 Patrick Currin (2003-06)_______________ 8 9. Wes McCall (2005-current)_____________ 6 10. John Posey (1992-94)_________________ 4

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. Ryan Falcon (2003-07)________________ 3 Brian Moehler (1991-93)_ _____________ 3 10. 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. Ryan Falcon (2003-07)_____________ 285.0 6. Everett Hancock (1999-2002)________ 273.2 7. Nick Starnes (2003-07)_ ___________ 272.2 8. Jay Kuykendall (1993-96)___________ 244.1 9. Patrick Currin (2003-06)____________ 234.2 10. Chris Mason (2003-05)_____________ 231.0 Strikeouts 1. Jonathan Jackson (1996-99)__________ 2. Scooter Michael (2001-04)___________ 3. Ryan Falcon (2003-07)______________ 4. Jason Parsons (1995-98)_ ___________ 5. Chris Mason (2003-05)______________ 6. Jay Metzger (2001-2004)_ ___________ 7. Anthony Sylvester (1993-96)__________ 8. Nick Starnes (2003-07)_ ____________ 9. Jeff Huffman (1991-93)_____________ 10. Taft Cable (1999-01)_ ______________

301 297 285 265 244 237 232 226 214 206

ANNUAL SEASON LEADERS Batting

Games 2007_______60_ ________Tim Carrier, Matt Gaski 2006_ ______59_ ___ Jermaine Mitchell, Guy Welsh 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 At-bats 2007_______ 260________________ Tim Carrier 2006_ ______ 234___________ Jermaine Mitchell 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

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Runs 2007_______ 55_________________ Tim Carrier 2006_ ______ 46_________________ Greg Feltes 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 Hits 2007_______ 91_________________ Tim Carrier 2006_ ______ 93____________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 2007_______ 20__________________Guy Welsh 2006_ ______ 13_________________ Greg Feltes 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 2007 _ ______ 3____ Corey Overholtzer, Greg Feltes 2006_ ______ 7_____________ Jermaine Mitchell 2005_ ______ 3________________ Jeremy Roulin 2004_ ______ 6_________________Ryan Gordon 2003_ ______ 5_________________Ryan Gordon

Southern Conference Champions •1998

Home runs 2007_______ 7__________________ Sean Snell 2006_ ______ 5_____________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 2007_______ 125________________ Tim Carrier 2006_ ______ 133___________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 2007_______ 49__________________Guy Welsh 2006_ ______ 41____________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 2007_______ 17_________________ Tim Carrier 2006_ ______ 24____________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 2007_______ 42_________________ Matt Gaski 2006_ ______ 42____________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 1994_ ______ 49______________ Joey DeAngelis 1993_ ______ 32_______________ Tonka Maynor 1992_ ______ 30___ Tonka Maynor, Joey DeAngelis 1991________ 42_______________ Tonka Maynor Strikeouts 2007_______ 42_________________ Sean Snell 2006_ ______ 44_____________ Brandon Harvey 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 2007_______ .530_ ______________ Greg Feltes 2006_ ______ .568_ _________ Jermaine Mitchell 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 On-base percentage 2007_______ .455_ ______________ Greg Feltes 2006_ ______ .493_ _________ Jermaine Mitchell 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

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.

Tonka Maynor, the school’s all-time RBI leader, led the Spartans in RBI home runs, hits, stolen bases and batting average three times.

Patrick Currin was drafted by the Oakland A’s in 2006. He ranks in the top five in ERA (3.18), appearances (106) and games relieved (97).

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Batting average (minimum 100 at bats) 2007_______ .359_ ______________ Greg Feltes 2006_ ______ .397_ _________ Jermaine Mitchell 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

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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ERA (min. 20 IP) 2007_______ 2.93_ _____________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 2.93_ ____________ Patrick Currin 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

Jeremy Roulin paced UNCG in 2005 in Doubles (19), triples (3) and RBI (41).

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

Appearances 2007_______ 30__________________ Kory Judd 2006_ ______ 38_______________ Patrick Currin 2005_ ______ 30_________________Wes McCall 2004_ ______ 34_______________ Jarrett Santos 2003_ ______ 41_______________ Jarrett Santos 2002_ ______ 30______________ Chris Cloninger 2001_______ 40___________________Ted Toler 2000_ ______ 32___________________Ted Toler 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 2007_______ 8_________________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 10_______________ Patrick Currin 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 Losses 2007_______ 7 _ _______________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 7__________________Wes McCall 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, Anthony Sylvester 1993_ ______ 6________________ Brian Moehler 1992_ ______ 6__________________Mike Viruso 1991________ 6________________ Brian Moehler

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

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Games started 2007_______ 16________ Matt Gibs, Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 14________________ Ryan Falcon 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 Games relieved 2007_______ 27_________Clay Gibson, Kory Judd 2006_ ______ 35_______________ Patrick Currin 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) 2007_____ 8-7, .533_ _____________Ryan Falcon 2006_ ____ 19-3, .769_ ___________Patrick Currin 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 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 2007_______ 2__________________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______________________________ None 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 2007_______ 104.1_ _____________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 83.0_ _____________ Patrick Currin 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 2007_______ 84_________________ Ryan Falcon 2006_ ______ 73________________ Nick Starnes 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 2007_______ 28__________________Matt Gibbs 2006_ ______ 44________________ Nick Starnes 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 2007_______ 2____________________Kory Judd 2006_ ______ 8_________________ Patrick Currin 2005_ ______ 6________Patrick Currin, Wes McCall 2004_ ______ 5_________________Jarrett Santos 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-

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Chris Mason set the school record for complete games (8), innings pitched (118.2) and strikeouts (135) as a junior in 2005. Mason pitched nine innings in five of the 15 games in which he started. He was drafted in the 2nd round by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2005.

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Offense Pitching BA .292 .274 .269 .275 .300 .299 .265 .300 .282 .298 .313 .283 .290 .304 .261 .270 .252

Runs 372 283 285 329 430 373 382 438 351 398 486 321 338 381 249 256 231

Hits HRs RBI 2Bs 3Bs SB Walks OB Pct. 614 43 340 119 16 55 242 .377 552 16 245 102 13 77 222 .354 476 26 255 101 9 68 193 .352 520 38 296 107 19 54 260 .368 617 34 385 113 21 101 267 .392 565 36 326 114 18 103 250 .395 534 46 329 106 9 124 293 .368 616 61 385 104 22 109 291 .393 510 40 302 99 27 153 235 .379 569 38 354 104 16 147 267 .391 650 57 417 123 19 169 290 .377 475 40 285 107 13 110 217 .376 499 39 310 108 19 79 207 .412 550 47 330 104 13 132 304 .392 378 27 212 63 7 70 211 .400 414 55 213 72 11 55 219 .418 342 14 188 49 4 78 232 .377

ERA 5.41 5.49 4.39 4.17 3.69 4.83 4.58 5.18 5.86 4.66 5.14 4.61 4.34 4.37 4.31 6.99 8.02

Ks 384 359 410 401 495 366 376 476 349 415 442 341 351 368 302 306 207

BB 190 210 154 146 153 168 202 251 240 176 232 173 193 189 213 230 188

Jarrett Santos appeared in a school-record 41 games in 2003. Santos paced the Spartans with nine wins in 2004 and 11 victories in 2005. Santos was drafted by the Florida Marlins in 2005 and has pitched in Greensboro for the Class A Grasshoppers.

IP Saves Shut CG Opp BA Rec. 532.0 5 3 2 .287 30-30 (.500) 521.0 11 1 0 .292 26-33 (.441) 467.1 15 1 8 .275 31-22 (.585) 490.1 7 4 5 .271 33-21-1 (.609) 532.0 11 2 1 .256 39-21 (.650) 492.1 7 6 10 .286 33-22 (.600) 520.1 16 4 1 .282 31-28 (.525) 511.0 8 3 3 .272 34-24 (.586) 462.2 9 1 4 .284 29-26 (.527) 490.2 11 5 4 .265 40-18 (.690) 522.0 16 3 8 .277 45-17 (.726) 433.2 7 3 8 .284 28-24 (.538) 443.1 9 2 6 .256 35-19 (.648) 474.0 15 6 2 .282 39-18 (.684) 388.3 8 3 2 .259 23-22 (.511) 400.7 9 0 3 .302 20-26 (.435) 348.0 1 1 1 .337 9-33 (.214)

Ryan Falcon finished his career at UNCG ranked third on the all-time career strikeout list with 285 and is ranked third in career ERA at 3.65.

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).

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

Southern Conference Champions •1998

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

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1991 Record : 9-33 Head Coach: Mike Gaski

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-Southern Conf. (1998-present)

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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 Jermaine Mitchell, OF_____ First Team Patrick Currin, P_______Second Team Ryan Falcon_ ________Second Team

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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 Sean Snell__________________OF

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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, 2005-06 Lucas Dalton__________________ 2003-04 Danny Duskin__________________ 1998-99 Clark Erskine__________________ 2003-04 Ryan Falcon___________________ 2002-03 Greg Feltes_ __________________ 2005-07 Matt Gaski____________________ 2006-07 Ryan Galligan_ ________ 2000-01, 2003-04 Rob Gilliam__________________ 20006-07 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 Lee Land______________________ 206-07 Justin Lee_ __ 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02 Jacob Linney_ _________________ 2006-07 Sam Martin___________________ 2006-07 Jay Maule_ ___________ 2001-02, 2002-03 Wes McCall___________________ 2006-07 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 Ian Phillips___________________ 2006-07 Justin Saltalamacchia___________2001-02 Jason Sarvis____1999-00, 2001-02, 2002-03 Alex Shelton__________________2006-07 Logan Smith_ _________________2005-07 Sean Snell____________________2005-07 Nick Starnes_ _________ 2002-03, 2006-07 Kirk Strebin___________________2001-02 Allie Swanson_ ________________2002-03 David Thigpen_ ________________1999-00 Kevin Thompson________________1998-99 Bryan Thyroff__________________2006-07 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 2006 Patrick Currin, P______ Second Team

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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 Apr. 13 Apr. 15

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 at Radford_ __________________L, 4-12 at Wake Forest_________________L, 6-7

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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 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12

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 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

Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


* - 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 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 4

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 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

Southern Conference Champions •1998

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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 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 May 8 May 11

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 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

1998 Record: 40-18 (22-5 SoCon, 1st) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 20

Maryland__________________ W, 5-2 Maryland__________________ W, 8-2 Maryland_______________W, 7-6 (11) Liberty_____________________L, 4-11 Richmond@_ _________________L, 5-10

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

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 Regular Season 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 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

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 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

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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

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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 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

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 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

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

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 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)

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

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

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 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 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

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 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

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* - 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

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

Southern Conference Champions •1998

Apr. 16 Apr. 17 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

at Liberty_____________________L, 0-3 Liberty_____________________ W, 7-3 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)

2006 Record: 26-33 (13-14 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 24

at Georgia_ ___________________L, 6-7 at Georgia_ ___________________L, 8-9 at Georgia_ ___________________L, 3-7 at High Point_________________ W, 8-7 at Texas A&M!_ ________________L, 1-5 Missouri State!_________________L, 7-8 Utah!_______________________ W, 6-5 at Texas A&M!_ ________________L, 3-5 Ohio State&__________________L, 2-12 Western Michigan&_ ____________L, 3-7 Bethune-Cookman&____________ W, 3-1 at Florida_____________________L, 1-2 at Florida_____________________L, 1-3 KENT STATE_ _________________ W, 6-1 KENT STATE_ __________________L, 6-9 KENT STATE_ _________________L, 5-11 at North Carolina State__________L, 3-24 ALBANY____________________ W, 10-5 ALBANY______________________L, 3-8 ALBANY_____________________ W, 7-4 PRINCETON_ _________________ W, 3-2 PRINCETON_ _________________ W, 5-2 COLL. OF CHARLESTON*_________ W, 3-2

Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 5 May 6 May 7 May 12 May 13 May 13 May 16 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26

COLL. OF CHARLESTON*__________L, 0-5 COLL. OF CHARLESTON*__________L, 0-3 North Carolina A&T^____________ W, 4-3 at The Citadel*_________________L, 2-7 at The Citadel*________________ W, 3-2 at The Citadel*_________________L, 3-9 UNC ASHEVILLE_ ______________ W, 2-0 at Appalachian State*_ _______ W, 20-10 at Appalachian State*_ _________L, 8-11 at Appalachian State*_ _________ W, 7-4 HIGH POINT_ __________________L, 0-6 at Wake Forest________________L, 2-17 DAVIDSON*__________________ W, 5-3 DAVIDSON*_________________ W, 12-7 DAVIDSON*___________________L, 6-9 NORTH CAROLINA______________ W, 7-6 at Georgia Southern*_ ___________L, 0-4 at Georgia Southern*_ __________L, 5-12 at Georgia Southern*_ ___________L, 8-9 FURMAN*_ ___________________L, 4-5 FURMAN*_ __________________ W, 2-1 FURMAN*_ _________________ W, 10-9 at Western Carolina*_ ___________L, 3-8 at Western Carolina*_ ___________L, 2-5 at Western Carolina*_ _________ W, 10-6 WOFFORD*_ _________________ W, 3-2 WOFFORD*_ _________________ W, 8-7 WOFFORD*_ _________________ W, 8-3 at North Carolina_ ______________L, 0-7 ELON________________________L, 4-7 ELON_______________________ W, 5-3 ELON_______________________L, 6-11 Wofford%____________________ W, 6-5 Coll. of Charleston%____________L, 5-13 Furman%____________________ W, 5-4 at The Citadel%_ ______________L, 3-10

* - SoCon game & - Jacksonville, FL (Harmon Stadium) ^ - at First Horizon Park (Greensboro, NC) % - at SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

2007 Record: 30-30 (13-14 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Mike Gaski Feb 16 Feb 17 Feb 18 Feb 23 Feb 24 Feb 24 Feb 28 Mar 02 Mar 03

at Auburn_____________________L, 2-9 at Auburn_____________________L, 2-4 at Auburn_____________________L, 1-4 MARIST_ ____________________W , 5-3 MARIST_ ____________________W, 8-3 MARIST_ ___________________ W, 11-6 at High Point_________________L, 9-12 ARMY_______________________W, 2-1 ARMY______________________ W, 13-5

Mar 04 Mar 06 Mar 09 Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 14 Mar 17 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 21 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 30 Mar 31 Apr 01 Apr 03 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr 07 Apr 10 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 15 Apr 17 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 25 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 29 May 02 May 04 May 05 May 06 May 09 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 25

ARMY________________________L, 1-9 #28 NC STATE _ ______________ W, 10-8 Western Michigan&_ __________L, 1-5 at Jacksonville&______________ W, 10-7 at North Florida_ _______________L, 2-3 at #1 North Carolina_____________L, 2-6 PRINCETON_ _______________ W, 12-10 PRINCETON_ _________________W, 2-1 PRINCETON_ __________________L, 4-7 CORNELL__________________W, 13-12 CORNELL____________________ W, 7-2 at Davidson*_ _________________L, 1-6 at Davidson*_ _______________ W, 14-2 at Davidson*_ _________________L, 4-5 HIGH POINT_ __________________L, 2-8 at NC State___________________L, 0-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*_ _________W, 2-0 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*_ _________W, 7-6 GEORGIA SOUTHERN*_ __________L, 2-9 vs North Carolina A&T ^________ W, 12-6 at Furman*_ ________________ W, 11-3 at Furman*_ __________________L, 3-7 at Furman*_ _________________W, 9-4 at Wake Forest________________L, 14-3 WESTERN CAROLINA*____________L, 2-5 WESTERN CAROLINA*___________L, 1-11 WESTERN CAROLINA*___________W, 9-4 at Duke_ ____________________W, 6-0 at Wofford*_ _________________W, 8-1 at Wofford*_ _________________W, 9-8 at Wofford*_ __________________L, 8-9 NORTH CAROLINA A&T_ _______ W, 17-10 at Elon*____________________ W, 12-3 at Elon*______________________L, 5-7 at Elon*______________________L, 2-9 WAKE FOREST_ ________________L, 5-6 THE CITADEL*_________________W, 6-3 THE CITADEL*_________________W, 8-7 THE CITADEL*_________________L, 3-10 DUKE________________________L, 4-5 at #27 Coll. of Charleston*_ _______L, 2-6 at #27 Coll. of Charleston_ _______W, 5-3 at #27 Coll. of Charleston*_ _____ W, 10-5 UNC ASHEVILLE_ ______________L, 9-12 APPALACHIAN STATE*___________W, 8-0 APPALACHIAN STATE*___________L, 8-10 APPALACHIAN STATE*___________L, 7-19 vs Appalachian State%__________W, 9-3 vs Wofford%__________________L, 5-12 vs Georgia Southern%___________W, 8-6 vs Elon%_ ___________________L, 9-11

* - SoCon game & - Jacksonville, FL (Harmon Stadium) ^ - at First Horizon Park (Greensboro, NC) % - at SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC)

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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

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NewBridge Bank 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 for an exhibition game against the Florida Marlins. The stadium was constructed to meet Class AA standards with room for expansion beyond. It currently features a 30’ wide, open-air concourse featuring 36 points of sale, an outdoor sportsbar, and a kid-safe play area. The park also includes the second largest videoboard in the minor leagues. The park’s seating capacity 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. In November 2007, the First Horizon Park was renamed NewBridge Bank Park. The Spartans will take on in-city rival North Carolina A&T at NewBridge Bank Park on Wednesday, April 2.

UNCG Baseball Stadium - Home of the UNC Greensboro Spartans The UNCG baseball team begins its tenth season at the UNCG Baseball Stadium in 2008. The stadium was dedicated versus George Washington on February 12, 1999, before an overflow crowd of 1,835. In 2006, it was the site of UNCG’s first-ever win over a top-ranked team as the Spartans defeated No. 1 ranked North Carolina. Two months later, the Tar Heels won the NCAA national title. The $5.4 million project is set on approximately 13 acres and includes a state-of-the-art 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. In May of 2006, CSTV.com’s Eric Sorenson ranked the UNCG Baseball Stadium in the top 5 college stadiums in the nation. Sitting in the No. 5 position, Sorenson said that the UNCG Stadium has “... very well-manicured fields. No bad hops. No bad seats. No bad nothing.” 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.

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The UNCG baseball team wants you to have a permanent seat in the UNCG Baseball Stadium. Sales of permanent seat-naming rights will produce athlete scholarships supporting UNCG baseball. All money from the sale of a seat will go into an endowment which will fund scholarships for the UNCG baseball program. Seats are available for $1500. Those purchasing a seat will be eligible for Spartan Club benefits at the Spartan 300 Level, will recieve season tickets for the initial year (or games remaining in that season), and have priorty seating for additional UNCG baseball season ticket purchases. For more information contact the Spartan Club at (336) 334-5156. The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for the more than 225 student-athletes who compete in 16 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving student-athletes.

Methods of Giving Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts:

Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The University accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts:

Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments:

These provide tuition, room, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a student-athlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts:

These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Southern Conference Champions •1998

Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: George Hoyle, ‘90 - Managing Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Jack Arehart, ‘76 - Senior Vice President, Compass Capital Corporation William Barrier - President, Greensboro Solutions, Inc. Dr. Richard Beavers, ‘76 - Beavers & Keating, DDS John Bielski Randy Clarida ‘98 - Investigator/CSO, Food & Drug Administration Katie Dannemiller - Vice President of Operations, Greensboro Grasshoppers Michael H. Godwin - Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Carolyn T. Green ‘70 - Executive Director, Piedmont Senior Care Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Dean Little, III - Yost & Little Kevin McCoy - Vice President, South Atlantic Lumber Robert M. Pitts ‘75 - Principal, The Sutherland Benefit Group Chris Relos ‘84 - Registered Rep, Plybon & Associates, Inc. Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG Marc Bush - President, Greensboro Sports Commission Dick Stewart, Associate Director of Athletics, UNCG Dr. Terry Ackerman, Faculty Athletics Rep, UNCG C. Thomas Martin ‘70 - Former Director of Planning, City of Greensboro Nelson Bobb - Director of Athletics, UNCG

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In 2005, UNCG ranked #2 nationally by “The Princeton Review” among best bargain public universities. For the last eight years, UNCG has been ranked in The Princeton Review’s “Best Colleges” guide. UNCG, with a campus currently covering 210 acres, was founded in 1892, making this the 115th year of its existence. In the Fall of 2005, UNCG had a record enrollment of 16,060, including more than 12,000 undergraduates. Just five years earlier, the total enrollment at UNCG was less than 13,000. The average SAT score for enrolled freshman in 2007 was 1039, and 53 percent of the freshman class had a high school GPA of 3.5 or better. In 2006, UNCG launched the Lloyd International Honors College.

UNCG is located just two hours from the Appalachian Mountains or three hours from the Carolina beaches. The Piedmont Triad is home to more than a million people, including 240,955 in Greensboro.

With a record number of 16,386 students enrolled for Fall 2007, a dedicated faculty and staff numbering more than 2,000, and exciting new developments underway, UNCG is rapidly taking its place as one of the finest institutions of higher learning in the country. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is classified by The Carnegie Foundation as a Research University with High Research Activity. The University was established in 1891 and became coeducational in 1963. The 210-acre campus is located one mile from the center of Greensboro, a city of 240,995. The Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Metropolitan Statistical Area, commonly known as “The Triad” has a population of approximately 1.5 million.

University History

The University has a rich history. It was chartered Feb. 18, 1891, as the State Normal and Industrial School (later College), the first state-supported school for the higher education of

women in North Carolina. The institution came into being as a direct result of a crusade made by Charles Duncan McIver on behalf of the education of women. Other pioneers in public school education — notably, Charles B. Aycock, Edwin A. Alderman, and James Y. Joyner — came to Dr. McIver’s assistance; but more than any other individual, the University owes its foundation to him. In the past century the University’s mission has evolved, as suggested with its sequence of names. It was known first as the State Normal and Industrial School, and after 1896 as the State Normal and Industrial College until 1919. During the period 1919-1931 it was known as the North Carolina College for Women, and was the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina from 1932 to 1963. It is warmly remembered as “the WC” by its many alumnae of the period. During the years 1932-1963 the University was one of the three branches of the Consolidated University of North Carolina. The other branches included The University of North Carolina (at Chapel Hill) and the North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (at Raleigh). In 1962, the Board of Trustees recommended that the Greensboro campus become coeducational at all levels of instruction beginning with the fall of 1964. Subsequently, by act of the General Assembly in the Spring of 1963, the name of the institution was changed to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In December of 1934, during the years of the Consolidated University, the Woman’s College Section of Phi Beta Kappa was installed. On February 17, 1956 Epsilon Chapter of North Carolina was installed as an extension of the UNC-Chapel Hill chapter. In 2006, the chapter was voted the Best in the Nation among public universities by the national society. UNCG is one of only six higher education institutions in the state with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. In October of 1971, the North Carolina General Assembly adopted legislation which combined all 16 of the state-supported institutions of higher education into a single University of North Carolina. The UNC system is governed by a Board of Governors and administered by a president. Each constituent institution has a separate Board of Trustees and is administered by a chancellor. The crusader for founding the institution, Charles Duncan McIver, served as its first chief executive officer with the title of President. By act of the Board of Trustees in 1945, the title was changed to Chancellor. Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan became UNCG’s first woman chancellor in January 1995, succeeding Dr. Debra W. Stewart, Dean of the Graduate School at North Carolina State University, who was named Interim Chancellor in the summer of 1994. During its first seven decades, the institution’s mission was to prepare women, primarily undergraduates, for the most effective living of that day. Today that goal – effective living – remains the same, but its scope has been greatly expanded. As UNCG, it now offers men and women 163 graduate and undergraduate programs and provides opportunities to apply classroom learning to real life situations through internships and practica. It also offers students the chance to tailor-make their own programs of study based on individual needs and goals. Although contemporary in its educational program, UNCG is also realistic. In its effort to prepare graduates for effective living, it has built

At the center of the UNCG campus stands a statue of the Roman Goddess Minerva. The original statue was a gift from the Class of 1907. James Barnhill (‘53) was commissioned to create a new statue in 2003. Minerva has been a symbol for the University dating back to the first time it appeared on diplomas in 1892. 40 • 2008 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

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The University Community

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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is one of the fastest growing universities around. With a record 16,300 students enrolled, including approximately 11,500 full-time undergraduates, the university has positioned itself for continued growth and success as the 21st century evolves. Despite record numbers of students, the student/faculty ratio is still just 17:1. Today’s UNCG includes: • The College of Arts and Sciences, which is made up of the departments of Anthropology, Art, Biology, Broadcasting & Cinema, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Classical Studies, Communication Studies, Computer Science, English, Geography, German, Russian, Japanese & Chinese Studies, History, Mathematics & Statistics, Philosophy, Physics & Astronomy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Romance Languages, Sociology, and Theatre. It also includes the Center for Creative Writing in the Arts, the Freshman Seminars Program and the Residential College. Other special programs include African American Studies, Freshman Seminars, Archaeology, the Bachelor of Liberal Studies, and Women’s & GenAlumni House on the UNCG campus. der Studies. • The Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics, which was established in 1969 as the School of Business and Economics and renamed in 1987. It is made up of the departments of Accounting & Finance, Business Administration, Economics, Information Systems & Operations Management, the Center for Applied Research, the Center for Economic Education, and the Center for Global Business Education and Research. The Bryan School’s vision is to be recognized for the global business and information technology perspectives of its programs. • The School of Education, which is made up of the departments of Counseling & Educational Development, Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Leadership & Cultural Foundations, Educational Research Methodology, Library & Information Studies, and Specialized Education Services. The School of Education also includes The Collegium for the Advancement of Schools, Schooling & Education, the Center for Educational Research & Evaluation, the Center for Educational Studies & Development and the Center for School Accountability, Staff Development & Teacher Quality. The school’s teacher education programs for elementary and middle grades are considered among the best in North Carolina and the Southeast. • The School of Health and Human Performance, which was established in 1970 as the School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, was renamed in 1990. The school offers academic programs of distinction in both theory and performance. It is made up of five departments: Communication Sciences & Disorders; Dance; Exercise & Sport Science; Public Health Education; and Recreation, Tourism & Hospitality Management. • The School of Human Environmental Sciences, which was established in 1949 as the School of Home Economics, was renamed in 1987. It prepares students for professional careers in fields which improve the quality of life for individuals and families. The school is made up of the departments of Consumer, Apparel & Retail Studies, Human Development & Family Studies, Interior Architecture, Nutrition, and Social Work. • The Graduate School, which was established in 1921, is responsible for the welfare of all of the graduate programs on campus and approximately 3,600 graduate students from 33 states and 34 foreign countries. These students work with more than 500 graduate faculty members who are actively engaged in research, scholarship and creative activity. • The School of Music, which was established in 1921, rated as one of the Top 20 in the country, combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. The University opened a $25.7 million stateof-the-art music facility in 1999. It is the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina. • The School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management. • The Aubrey Paul & Georgia Garrison Lloyd International Honors College was established in 2006. It is named for the parents of Ms. Rebecca Lloyd, a patron of the College whose support has been invaluable in the formation of the Honors College. Ms. Lloyd’s gift, a $4 million endowment, was the largest-ever alumni gift at UNCG. The Lloyd International Honors College offers enhanced academics, international and global perspectives, and a variety of extra-curricular activities that will give its students the skills and knowledge needed to be admitted to the most prestigious graduate schools, to compete for nationally competitive awards like the Fulbright, and to start exciting careers in the United States and abroad. Students in any major can choose from among its three different programs. All of these programs can be completed in the time it takes to earn a regular degree and offer a wide variety of small, innovative seminar-style courses that are the hallmark of a quality honors experience. A special characteristic of the IHC is its emphasis on international and global perspectives. In today’s world, international and global perspectives are a necessary part of a complete university education. At IHC, these perspectives are not isolated in a single course or two. Instead, students can find those perspectives throughout the College’s programs – in most of its courses, in its honors residence hall, and in a variety of extra- and co-curricular activities. For honors students who study abroad at one of UNCG’s partner universities, a travel fund is available. Finally, the IHC operates on the principle that while courses are important, its students’ education is too important to be limited to the classroom. It offers its students a variety of special activities both at UNCG and abroad – an honor residence hall, special advising, student symposia, guest lectures and performances, informal coffees, internships and enhanced study abroad experiences.

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This is UNCG

Of the more than 16,300 students enrolled in the fall of 2007, 68 percent were female. In addition, 21 percent of the undergraduate student body and 14 percent of the graduate student body were minorities. Since 2000, UNCG’s enrollment has grown nearly 3,500 students. This fall, UNCG enrolled a record 2,446 new freshman, 45 percent of which ranked in the top quarter of their high school graduating class. In addition, 53 percent of the incoming freshman class had a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale). The University also enrolled 1,368 new transfer students. From those students first enrolled in the fall of 2005, 76 percent returned in the fall of 2006. Among the more than 16,300 students at UNCG, 31 percent of the student body lives in on-campus housing. Undergraduates have more than 100 areas of study from which to choose a major leading to one of six undergraduate degrees. In addition, there are 63 master’s degrees and 23 doctoral degrees offered. Among the more than 1,000 members of the faculty, nearly three-fourths are full-time. Nearly 80 percent of the faculty hold doctorates or other terminal degrees. In the 2006 academic year, faculty engaged in 6,466 scholarly or creative works and published 56 books and 548 refereed articles. Faculty members earned 220 grants, as well. In all, the UNCG faculty submitted 316 research proposals totalling $99.7 million. Typically, UNCG awards more than 2,000 bachelor’s and nearly 1,000 master’s degrees during graduation festivities held each December and May. In 2006-07 graduation ceremonies, the University granted 2,195 bachelor’s degrees, 908 master’s degrees and 74 doctoral diplomas. UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last three academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better. A record 54 percent of UNCG’s studentathletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 GPA in a semester) in the Spring 2007 semester. This past September, UNCG was listed in Princeton Review’s “Best 366 Colleges,” a distinctioned achieved by only 15 percent of the nation’s four-year colleges. Approximately 120,000 students were surveyed nationwide, rating their individual schools in a variety of categories. In August 2005, The Princeton Review rated UNCG the second-best bargain in its “The Best Colleges” guide. It marked the sixth-straight UNCG appeared in the guide, and its highest-ever rating. UNCG was also ranked in the Top 50 public universities by Consumer’s Digest, making it the only institution to appear in both rankings (Princeton Re-

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into its program the flexibility needed to meet the rapidly changing needs of society. UNCG, therefore, will remain a university in transition, not satisfied with yesterday or today, but always looking toward tomorrow.


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view and Consumer’s Digest). In October 2004, “Cosmo GIRL”, a magazine geared towards young women, rated UNCG one of the Top 50 institutions in America. For its study, the magazine focused on specific factors important to female students: small class size, prominent female faculty, strong women’s athletic programs, a career center that facilitates internship opportunities, leadership options among clubs and activities and an active alumni network. The finalists were selected from 2,685 colleges and universities. In-state tuition and room and board rates for UNCG are just over $10,000 per year, while out-of-state rates are just over $20,000 per year. Campus life is enriched by a “small college” atmosphere and many extracurricular and coeducational activities. There are more than 130 student organizations, an active Student Government, fraternities and sororities, and a Campus Recreation program which offers informal, intramural and club sports, as well as an extensive outdoor adventure program. The more than 80 buildings on the campus reflect the 115-year history of the University. There are many new features, including a new, $26 million music building which opened in August 1999, and a total renovation of the Elliott University Center, which was completed in 2003. UNCG received approximately $166 million from the state for construction and renovation, based on voter approval of the North Carolina Higher Education Bonds. The $17.6 million Maud Gatewood Studio Arts Building and the $16.9 million Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building are the centerpieces of the project, along with the $40 million Science Building, which was opened in 2003. In addition, the 400-student Spring Garden Apartments residence hall was put into use during the 2006-07 academic year. Other recent renovation projects include the Gove Student Health Center, Aycock Auditorium and Petty, Brown and McNutt buildings, as well as a connector between Jackson Library and Elliott University Center. The many construction projects on campus show the growth of the university, while at the same time attempting to preserve many of the structures that have made the institution what it is today. In the Fall of 2004, the University launched the Students First Campaign, which has a fundraising goal of $100 million. The Students First Campaign will set aside $52 million for scholarships to make UNCG a first-choice school for top high school students from North Carolina and elsewhere. Remaining funds will also be used for endowments that will create new professorships, expand university facilities and public services. UNCG expects to meet its goal by the year 2009. The Second Century Campaign for UNCG, which concluded Dec. 31, 1998, raised $55.4 million over a five-year span to create 77 new scholarship and fellowship funds, as well as funds for research, programs and acquisitions. UNCG is a member of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC) and the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AASCU).

A statue of Charles McIver, the university’s founder, sits in the middle of campus.

UNCG’s brand new $16.9 million Hall for Humanities and Research Administration, which opened this past summer, sits on Spring Garden St. in the heart of campus.

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UNCG Administration

Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, who has served as UNCG’s Chancellor since January 1, 1995, is the institution’s ninth chief executive and the first woman to serve in the position. This past winter, Dr. Sullivan announced that she will retire at the end of this academic year. A search is currently underway for her successor. Her leadership has sustained UNCG’s record of excellence and maintained a solid foundation for the future. UNCG was founded as State Normal and Industrial School, a college for women in 1891. The institution became coeducational in 1963. Today, UNCG offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Sullivan instituted a strategic planning process that produced the UNCG Plan. Created for five-year increments, the Plan provides a framework for enhancing UNCG’s position as a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery, and service. Under Dr. Sullivan’s leadership, enrollment at UNCG again exceeded 16,000 last year, while academic standards for admission have increased. The campus continues to lead the UNC system in minority enrollment, underscoring UNCG’s commitment to diversity. New undergraduate programs for freshman include the Lloyd International Honors College, Communication Across the Curriculum and the living-learning communities. Distinctive graduate programs include genetic counseling and management information systems, along with new Ph.D. programs in the areas of nursing, public health, economics, geography, history, information technology and special education. Funding to support research and community projects has continued to grow, along with giving by the University’s friends and supporters. UNCG’s new Students First Campaign is under way, with a goal of raising $100 million through 2009. The earlier Second Century Campaign for UNCG, which ended in December 1998, raised $55.4 million, far exceeding the original goal of $42.8 million.

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Director of Athletics Nelson Bobb

Currently in his 25th year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UNCG, Nelson E. Bobb has developed a nationally recognized program that has continually succeeded in competition as well as in the classroom. Bobb, the first fulltime athletic director at the University, is the primary architect of a program that now features 16 NCAA Division I teams, eight for men and eight for women. Earlier this summer, he was named to NACDA’s NCAA Division I-AAA Executive Committee as an at-large member. When he arrived in July 1983, there were eight teams competing on the Division III level. The University authorized the shift to Division I in February 1987 and he guided the program through the unprecedented change in competitive status in only five years. UNCG is one of only a dozen institutions to ever compete in all three divisions. However, no other institution has made the complete shift of all teams from Division III to Division I in that time frame. During his tenure, he has watched over the construction or renovation of all of the Spartans’ athletic venues. He began that process by serving on the committee that built Fleming Gymnasium and the HHP Building in 1989. He then moved onto the transformation of Campus Field in 1991 into what is today UNCG Soccer Stadium – one of the premier venues in all of college soccer. In 1999, he oversaw the construction of the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovation and lighting of the UNCG Tennis Courts. Most recently, he added to the list the transformation of UNCG’s softball facility to become a top-of-the-line stadium venue, and the reconfiguration of seating in Fleming Gym, which added chairback seating on both sides and additional stands under one of the baskets. Under Bobb’s guidance, Spartan student-athletes have consistently graduated at a rate equal to or higher than the general student population at UNCG. Each of the last three academic years, more than 40 percent of UNCG’s student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better. Last spring, 52 percent of student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 GPA in the semester, equalling the record set the previous spring. As of June 2007, nearly half (46 percent) of UNCG’s 225 student-athletes held cumulative GPAs of 3.0 or better. Other recent program accomplishments include completing the NCAA certification process for Division I institutions twice and successfully transitioning the department’s teams into Southern Conference membership. Under Bobb’s leadership, UNCG hosted the final two rounds of the 1997 and 1998 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, and was home to Olympic athletes from several countries for training prior to the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. Bobb was also a member of the Olympic Torch run committee in Greensboro for the 1996 Games. During his tenure, UNCG teams have won 36 conference tournament titles, 27 as an NCAA Division I member. They have also won 65 conference regular season titles, 39 of those since moving to NCAA Division I. UNCG earned the Commissioner’s Cup for overall excellence in the Big South for three consecutive years. While Bobb was athletic director in the 1980’s, the men’s soccer team won four Division III national championships and the women’s basketball team made five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with a third-place finish in 1988. During his tenure at UNCG, Bobb has also served in various NCAA appointments, including serving on one of the first NCAA Certification teams. From 1995-2000, he 44 • 2008 UNCG Baseball Media Guide

served on the Certification Team for four such events. Most recently, Bobb served on the Division I Men’s Soccer National Committee and had a two-year term as the chair of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee. This academic year, Bobb will serve on four Southern Conference committees, serving on the Committee on Committees, Constitution and By-Laws, Audit Committee and the Men’s Soccer Sport Committee, of which he is the chair. On campus, Bobb is a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Staff and has been part of many governing bodies both inside and outside of athletics during his tenure. He is one of the original members of the Greensboro Sports Commission, having served in the body since 1989. He has also been a member of the Greensboro Sports Council since 1983. He has presented twice each to the NCAA Convention and the NACDA Convention. UNCG student-athletes have received numerous awards. In 1984, he established the Chancellor’s Scholar-Athlete Award to honor the student-athlete(s) posting the highest grade-point average annually. Bobb, a native of Gahanna, OH, oversees a staff of more than 50 full and part-time employees with administrative divisions of administration and business, student welfare, facilities and operations and integrated public affairs within the department. Before coming to UNCG, Bobb served as an assistant athletic director at Cornell University for five years. He also served as an assistant football coach at Cornell for nine seasons. A 1970 graduate of Kent State (OH) with a bachelor’s degree in education, Bobb also holds a master’s degree in secondary education from Kent. As an undergraduate, he was a three-year letterwinner on the football team as an offensive guard and earned All-Academic recognition from the Mid-American Conference as a junior. He was an all-conference choice his senior year. Big South Conference Champions • 1994, 1997


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KENT STATE ................................ 4 pm KENT STATE ................................ 1 pm KENT STATE ................................ 1 pm CONNECTICUT .............................. 4 pm CONNECTICUT .............................. 1 pm CONNECTICUT .............................. 1 pm at Wake Forest ........................ 2:30 pm VALPARAISO ................................. 2 pm OHIO ............................................ 6 pm OHIO ............................................ 1 pm OHIO ............................................ 1 pm at Clemson ................................... 4 pm at Clemson ................................... 4 pm PRINCETON .................................. 1 pm PRINCETON .................................. 1 pm PRINCETON .................................. 6 pm at High Point ................................ 7 pm at Appalachian State * ................. 5 pm at Appalachian State * ................. 3 pm at Appalachian State * ................. 1 pm ALBANY ....................................... 6 pm ALBANY ....................................... 6 pm at Western Carolina * ................... 7 pm at Western Carolina * ................... 4 pm at Western Carolina * ................... 2 pm at North Carolina .......................... 6 pm NORTH CAROLINA A&T (at NewBridge Bank Park) ........ 6 pm Apr 4 FURMAN * .................................... 7 pm Apr 5 FURMAN * .................................... 2 pm Apr 6 FURMAN * .................................... 1 pm Apr 9 at Duke ........................................ 7 pm Apr 11 WOFFORD * .................................. 7 pm Apr 12 WOFFORD * .................................. 2 pm Apr 13 WOFFORD * .................................. 1 pm Apr 15 NORTH CAROLINA ........................ 6 pm Apr 18 at The Citadel * ............................ 6 pm Apr 19 at The Citadel * ............................ 2 pm Apr 20 at The Citadel .............................. 1 pm Apr 22 DUKE ............................................ 6 pm Apr 23 NC STATE .................................... 6 pm Apr 25 ELON * ......................................... 6 pm Apr 26 ELON * ......................................... 1 pm Apr 27 ELON * ......................................... 1 pm Apr 29 WAKE FOREST ............................. 6 pm Apr 30 UNC ASHEVILLE ........................... 6 pm May 2 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * ........ 7 pm May 3 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * ........ 2 pm May 4 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * ........ 1 pm May 6 HIGH POINT ................................. 1 pm May 7 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ................ 6 pm May 9 at Georgia Southern * ................... 7 pm May 10 at Georgia Southern * ................... 6 pm May 11 at Georgia Southern * .............. 1:30 pm May 14 DAVIDSON * ................................. 6 pm May 15 DAVIDSON * ................................. 6 pm May 16 DAVIDSON * ................................. 6 pm May 21-25 at Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, SC) SC)............................... ............................... TBA

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