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Table of contents/schedule table of Contents Media Information .............................. 4 Opponent Contact Information ........... 5 Rosters ........................................... 6-7 Preseason Notes ............................ 8-9 Season Preview .......................... 10-11 Head Coach Mark Scalf .............. 12-13 Assoc. Head Coach..................... 14-15 Asst. Coach Robert Woodard ............16 Asst. Coach Robbie Monday .............17 meet The Seahawks 1 William Prince .......................18 2 Ryan LaGrange ......................19 4 Luis Renvill ............................20 5 Micah Jarrett.........................21 6 Michael Bass .........................22 9 Dillon Bass ............................23 10 Hunter Ridge .......................24 11 Jordan Ramsey ...................25 12 Tyler Molinaro .....................26 13 Blaze Tart ............................27 19 Kelly Secrest .......................28 20 Josh Abshire .......................29 22 Ryan Mayhew ......................30

meet The Seahawks (cont.) 24 Luke Dunlap ........................31 26 Justin Livengood ................32 28 Mat Batts ............................33 30 Ricky Holden .......................34 31 Justin Manning ...................35 33 Drew Farber.........................36 34 Christian MacDonald...........37 MacDonald 35 Jack Lane............................38 39 Matt Keeler..........................39 40 Corey Dick ...........................40 Seahawk Newcomers ......... 41-42 Upperclassmen Survey .....................43 2012 Statistical Review .............. 44-49 Game-Season-Career Records ... 50-52 Career Records ........................... 53-55 Season Records .......................... 56-58 Miscellaneous Records.....................58 Class Records ...................................59 Records Vs Division I Opponents......60 Season Results (Division I) ......... 61-69 Year-by-Year/All-Times Coaches.....61 CAA/NCAA Leaders/Rankings ..........70

All-Time Postseason Records/Results ......................... 71-72 CAA Tournament Records.................73 NCAA Tournament Records ..............74 Honors/Awards........................... 75-76 Seahawks In The Majors...................77 All-Time Numbers ...................... 78-79 All-Time Letterwinners ............... 80-81 Credits Project Editor: Editor Tom Riordan Editorial Assistance: Assistance Joe Browning, Jarrett Abelson, UNCW Baseball coaching staff. Compilation: Compilation Tom Riordan Design/Layout: Design/Layout Tom Riordan Photography: Photography Joe Browning, Cathy Cushner (JMU photo services), Jamie Moncreif (UNCW photo services). Cover Design: Tom Riordan

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Feburary 15 Kent State Kent State Vs. Virginia Tech 16 Virginia Tech Kent State Vs. Virginia Tech 17 Kent State Virginia Tech 20 at Charleston Southern 22-24 Lehigh March 1 2 3

4 p.m. Noon 4 p.m. Noon 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 4, 2 , 1 p.m

Hughes Bros. Challenge Stony Brook Gardner-Webb Vs. San Diego San Diego Stony Brook Vs. Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb San Diego Vs. Stony Brook

4 p.m Noon 4 p.m. Noon 2 p.m. 10 a.m.

5 8-10 12 13 15-17 19 20 22-24 27 29

at College of Charleston VCU Elon Coastal Carolina at James Madison* East Carolina Charleston Southern Georgia State* NC State at Old Dominion*

3 p.m. 4, 2, 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 4, 2, 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6, 2, 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 ,3, 1 p.m.

april 2 3 5 7 10 12-14 16 19-21 23 26-28

College of Charleston North Carolina at Davidson Davidson at Elon Delaware* at East Carolina at George Mason* at North Carolina at Towson*

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6, 2, 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 3, 2, 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3, 2, 1 p.m.

May 3 7 9-11 14 17-18

Northeastern* at NC State William & Mary* at Coastal Carolina at Hofstra*

6, 2, 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6, 6, 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 (DH), 12 p.m.

Colonial athletic association Championship Harrisonburg, Va., May 22-25 NCaa regionals, May 31-June 3 NCaa super regionals, June7-10 College World series omaha, Neb., 15-26

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media information Media Services Notes and up-to-date statistics will be available via e-mail, UNCWsports.com and in the press box on game day. A fi nal box score and play-by-play will be available following each game. Phone lines are provided for use by the media.

athletic Communications staff

Credentials Requests for media credentials must be made as early as possible by contacting UNCW’s Athletic Communications Offi ce. Credentials are issued to accredited members of the working media only, and all requests will be evaluated and prioritized. Credentials will be left at the ticket booth at the entrance to Brooks Field. Press Box Seating in the press box is limited and will be issued on a fi rstcome, fi rst-served basis. Internet Access The press box has both wireless and ethernet connections.

Joe Browning Senior Asso. AD/ Dir. of Ath. Comms

Tom Riordan Asst. Dir Ath. Comm. Baseball Contact

Jarrett Abelson Asst. Dir Ath. Comm.

910.962.3236 browningj@uncw.edu 28th year at UNCW

910.962.4099 riordant@uncw.edu 14th year at UNCW

910.962.3252 abelsonj@uncw.edu 7th year at UNCW

Post-Game Interviews Both coaches and selected players are available upon request following each game. Interviews will take place on the fi eld next to the respective dugouts. The NCAA’s 15-minute “cooling off” period will be enforced. General Interviews Day-to-day interviews with the coaching staff and players are encouraged. Please contact Tom Riordan at (910) 962-4099 to arrange an interview. Telephone Interviews In the event you are unable to talk in person to a student-athlete or coach, we will attempt to arrange a telephone interview at a time convenient to both parties. Please allow ample time to set up a mutually agreeable date and location for those involved. Game Day Interviews No interviews will be given prior to the game, with the exception of pregame radio shows. Visiting Radio Opposing teams wishing to originate radio broadcasts from Brooks Field should contact Tom Riordan at (910) 962-4099 to secure phone lines. Visiting radio will broadcast from within the press box or on a landing in front of the press box, weather permitting. Internet Coverage All of the latest information on the Seahawk baseball team, as well as UNCW’s other intercollegiate teams, may be found on the department’s internet web site at UNCWsports.com. For information on the Colonial Athletic Association, visit CAAsports.com. Live stats will be available for all games. FTP Service The Athletic Communications offi ce is pleased to offer FTP service for video and photos. Please contact Tom Riordan for information on how to access this service.

Pregame Schedules for games at Brooks Field

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Start time Home Batting Practice Visitor Batting Practice Field cleared Home infield Visitor infield Field Maintenance Lineup cards exchanged National Anthem First pitch

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opponent information

School Kent State Virginia Tech Charleston Southern Lehigh Stony Brook San Diego Gardner-Webb College of Charleston VCU Elon Coastal Carolina James Madison East Carolina Georgia State NC State Old Dominion North Carolina Davidson Delaware George Mason Towson Northeastern William & Mary Hofstra

Contact Molly Radzinski Marc Mullen Zeke Beam Christopher Martrich Adam Gutes Chris Loucks Marc Rabb Will Bryan Andrew Phillips Chris Rash Mike Cawood Kevin Warner Malcolm Gray Jason Ashcraft Cavan Fosnes Carol Hudson Dave Schmidt Mark Brumbaugh Adam Nichols Rachel Buck Dan O’Connell Michael Black Travis Lawson Len Skoros

email mradzin1@kent.edu marcm@vt.edu zbeam@csuniv.edu cmm912@lehigh.edu adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu cloucks@sandiego.edu mrabb@gardner-webb.edu bryanc1@cofc.edu phillipsat2@vcu.edu crash@elon.edu cawood@coastal.edu warnerka@jmu.edu graym@ecu.edu jashcraft@gsu.edu cafosnes@ncsu.edu chudson@odu.edu dschmidt@unc.edu mabrumbaugh@davidson.edu adman@udel.edu rbuck3@gmu.edu doconnell@towson.edu m.black@neu.edu tlawson@wm.edu leonard.skoros@hofstra.edu

Head Coach Scott Stricklin Pete Hughes Stuart Lake Sean Leary Matt Senk Rich Hill Rusty Stroupe Monte Lee Shawn Stiffler Mike Kennedy Gary Gilmore Spanky McFarland Billy Godwin Greg Frady Elliott Avent Chris Finwood Mike Fox Dick Cooke Jim Sherman Bill Brown Mike Gottlieb Neil McPhee Jamie Pinzino John Russo

Web site KentStatesports.com HokieSports.com CSUsports.com Lehighsports.com GoSeawolves.org USDToreros.com GWUsports.com CofCsports.com VCUAthletics.com ElonPhoenix.com GoCCUsports.com JMUsports.com ECUPirates.com Georgiastatesports.com GoPack.com ODUsports.com GoHeels.com DavidsonWildcats.com BlueHens.com GoMason.com TowsonTigers.com GoNU.com TribeAthletics.com GoHofstra.com

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Numerical roster # 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 40

Name William Prince Ryan LaGrange Luis Renvill Micah Jarrett Michael Bass Steven Linkous Joe Bertone Dillon Bass Hunter Ridge Jordan Ramsey Tyler Molinaro Blaze Tart Ryan Foster Gavin Stupienski Jared Gesell Kelly Secrest Josh Abshire Christian Wolfe Ryan Mayhew Luke Dunlap Justin Livengood William Shepley Mat Batts Nick Monroe Ricky Holden Justin Manning Andy Austin Drew Farber Christian MacDonald Jack Lane Evan Phillips Terence Connelly Matt Keeler Corey Dick

Pos. RHP IF/C IF OF IF IF OF IF IF RHP OF RHP RHP C RHP LHP C OF RHP OF RHP LHP LHP RHP RHP C/IF IF C LHP RHP RHP IF IF IF

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

B/T L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R L/R R/R L/R L/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/L L/L R/R R/R L/R L/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R L/R L/R

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

Wt. 170 200 165 185 155 165 205 190 210 205 215 215 190 210 195 210 175 175 180 180 210 185 200 245 200 180 185 210 210 245 210 190 188 245

Head Coach: 3 Mark Scalf (22nd season, UNCW, 1980) Associate Head Coach: 17 Randy Hood (12th season, Campbell, 1990) Assistant Coach: 41 Robert Woodard (1st season, UNC Chapel Hill, 2008) Assistant Coach: 23 Robbie Monday (1st season, UNCW, 2010)

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Wilson, N.C./Fike Wilmington, N.C./Laney Raeford, N.C./Hoke County Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan (Pitt CC) Fairmont, N.C./Fairmont Leland, N.C./North Brunswick Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell Four Oaks, N.C./South Johnston Asheboro, N.C./SW Randolph Lexington, N.C./North Davidson Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle (Pitt CC) Durham, N.C./Pendleton Prep Advance, N.C./Davie County Columbus, N.J./Hun School High Point, N.C./High Point Christian Mt. Airy, N.C./North Davidson Wake Forest, N.C./Wakefield Wilmington, N.C./Ashley Clemmons, N.C./West Forsyth Walnut Cove, N.C./East Forsyth Winston-Salem, N.C./Ledford (Cape Fear CC) Winston-Salem, N.C./Salisbury School [Conn.] Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor (Western Carolina) Mebane, N.C./Eastern Alamance Rockingham, N.C./Richmond Senior Raleigh, N.C./Holly Springs Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan Bethesda, Md./St. John’s College Virginia Beach, Va./Greenbrier Academy Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell Clayton, N.C./Clayton Garden City, N.Y./Chaminade Davidson, N.C./Cannon (Wingate) Albemarle, N.C./Albemarle

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Roster by position Pitchers (15) # Name 1 William Prince 11 Jordan Ramsey 13 Blaze Tart 15 Ryan Foster 18 Jared Gesell 19 Kelly Secrest 22 Ryan Mayhew 26 Justin Livengood 27 William Shepley 28 Mat Batts 29 Nick Monroe 30 Ricky Holden 34 Christian MacDonald 35 Jack Lane 36 Evan Phillips

Pos. RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP LHP LHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP

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

B/T L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/L L/L R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R

Ht. 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-10 6-1

Wt. 170 205 215 190 195 210 180 210 185 200 245 200 210 245 210

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Wilson, N.C./Fike Lexington, N.C./North Davidson Durham, N.C./Pendleton Prep Advance, N.C./Davie County High Point, N.C./High Point Christian Mt. Airy, N.C./North Davidson Clemmons, N.C./West Forsyth Winston-Salem, N.C./Ledford (Cape Fear CC) Winston-Salem, N.C./Salisbury School [Conn.] Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor (Western Carolina) Mebane, N.C./Eastern Alamance Rockingham, N.C./Richmond Senior Virginia Beach, Va./Greenbrier Academy Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell Clayton, N.C./Clayton

Catchers (4) # Name 16 Gavin Stupienski 20 Josh Abshire 31 Justin Manning 33 Drew Farber

Pos. C C C/IF C

Cl. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

B/T L/R R/R L/R R/R

Ht. 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1

Wt. 210 175 180 210

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Columbus, N.J./Hun School Wake Forest, N.C./Wakefield Raleigh, N.C./Holly Springs Bethesda, Md./St. John’s College

Infielders (10) # Name 2 Ryan LaGrange 4 Luis Renvill 6 Michael Bass 7 Steven Linkous 9 Dillon Bass 10 Hunter Ridge 32 Andy Austin 37 Terence Connelly 39 Matt Keeler 40 Corey Dick

Pos. IF/C IF IF IF IF IF IF IF IF IF

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

B/T R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R L/R L/R L/R L/R

Ht. 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-0

Wt. 200 165 155 165 190 210 185 190 188 245

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Wilmington, N.C./Laney Raeford, N.C./Hoke County Fairmont, N.C./Fairmont Leland, N.C./North Brunswick Four Oaks, N.C./South Johnston Asheboro, N.C./SW Randolph Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan Garden City, N.Y./Chaminade Davidson, N.C./Cannon (Wingate) Albemarle, N.C./Albemarle

Outfielders (5) # Name 5 Micah Jarrett 8 Joe Bertone 12 Tyler Molinaro 21 Christian Wolfe 24 Luke Dunlap

Pos. OF OF OF OF OF

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

B/T R/R L/R L/R R/R R/R

Ht. 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-9 5-11

Wt. 185 205 215 175 180

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan (Pitt CC) Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle (Pitt CC) Wilmington, N.C./Ashley Walnut Cove, N.C./East Forsyth

Head Coach: 3 Mark Scalf (22nd season, UNCW, 1980) Associate Head Coach: 17 Randy Hood (12th season, Campbell, 1990) Assistant Coach: 41 Robert Woodard (1st season, UNC Chapel Hill, 2008) Assistant Coach: 23 Robbie Monday (1st season, UNCW, 2010)

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Preseason Notes Seahawks Earn fifth NCAA berth

UNCW stormed through the CAA regular season and tournament to earn its fi fth NCAA tournament berth where it played in the Raleigh Regional hosted by NC State. The Seahawks dropped their opener to second-seeded Vanderbilt and eliminated Sacred Heart before bowing to eventual regional winner Wolfpack.

RPI Watch

The Seahawks fi nished with the highest RPI in the CAA, ranking 43rd nationally. The CAA managed just one other team in the top 100. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

101 102 67 22 94 49 50 42 48 49 49 46 87 119 91

Hunter Ridge ranks among uNCW’s all-time leaders in Hits (4th), RBI (6th), Batting Avg (7th), Doubles (T7th).

uNCW Wins Third CAA Crown

The Seahawks rallied from a 6-0 defi cit to rival Delaware for a 10-8 win in the championship game of the CAA tournament, played in Harrisonburg, Va. UNCW was extended to a fourth game by the Blue Hens after UD knocked off the Seahawks, 11-9, in the fi rst championship game of the tournament.

Brooks field Home of the Seahawks

UNCW sported a record of 19-8 at Brooks Field overall and 12-3 in the league. The Seahawks will play 32 home games in 2013. Venturing to Brooks Field this season are Omaha participants Kent State and Stony Brook along with perennial powers North Carolina, NC State, East Carolina, Coastal Carolina and the College of Charleston. Brooks Field will also return to hosting the CAA Championship in 2014. UNCW hosted the tournament from 2004-2011.

To The Power Of Teal

The Seahawks slammed 56 home runs in 2012, ranking 11th nationally. Outfi elder Tyler Molinaro led the Seahawks with 16 round trippers while Andrew Cain added 12.

Ten-Year Anniversary of 2003 NCAA Team

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The baseball program will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the 2003 Seahawks, who earned the program’s fi rst-ever NCAA tournament berth. That season, the Seahawks fi nished 40-23, won the CAA’s American Division and advanced to the regional fi nals of the Baton Rouge Regional hosted by LSU.

Scalf Career Record

UNCW skipper Mark Scalf enters his 22nd second season as head coach with a record of 690537-1 overall and 280-188-1 in the CAA. Scalf is just the third coach in the program’s history and is its all-time winningest coach.

260, Jason Appel (05-08) 245, Joonathan Batts (04-07) 242, Hunter Ridge (10-Act.)

RBI Rec 5th Ridge

182, Jonathan Batts (04-07) 153, Matt Poulk (02-06) 150, Hunter Ridge (10-Act.)

BATTING AVERAGE Rec .371, Tim Preston (04-05) 6th .349, Thomas Pope (09-12) Ridge .348, Hunter Ridge (10-Act.)

Seahawks Cruise to CAA Regular Season Title

UNCW sailed through the CAA with a 24-6 record and taking the regular season title by four games over Hofstra (20-10). The Seahawks won all 10 series, including four sweeps. With their 24 wins, the Seahawks own the top two winningest seasons in the history of the CAA. UNCW posted a 25-4-1 record in 2008 and won the regular season by fi ve games.

HITS Rec 3rd Ridge

Defensive Efficiency

The Seahawks ranked second in the CAA in defensive effi ciency behind leader William & Mary. The ranking shows the percentage that a team turned balls put in play into outs. Team WM UNCW GMU VCU JMU Dela GSU NE ODU Hofstra Towson

Def Eff .713 .697 .693 .679 .676 .676 .669 .666 .660 .653 .647

Hits 445 545 523 548 560 545 582 509 543 586 627

HR 24 26 27 30 45 25 35 32 28 29 42

AB 1817 2094 1950 2014 1844 1970 1968 1742 1846 1938 2014

SO 387 416 369 431 280 394 329 337 377 349 388

SH 39 38 43 42 40 36 26 36 53 26 40

Sf 22 22 21 20 31 20 22 18 19 21 31

DOuBLES Rec 6th Ridge

62, Jonathan Batts (04-07) 53, Corey Broome (90-93) 50, Hunter Ridge (10-Act.)

molinaro Takes The Lead

Tyler Molinaro became the fourth Seahawk to lead the CAA in home runs, joining previous sluggers Bryan Britt (1996), Mark Carver (2008) and current assistant coach Robbie Monday (2010) as the only Seahawks to lead the league.

Coaching Staff Adds Two

UNCW welcomed Robert Woodard and Robbie Monday to the coaching staff during the summer. Woodard served as the volunteer assistant coach at UNC Chapel Hill while Monday served on former Seahawk coach Josh Simmons staff at Barton College. Woodard helped the Tar Heels to two college world series appearances as a player and one as an assistant. Monday takes over the volunteer slot with the Seahawks. Monday played two seasons for UNCW, leading the CAA in home runs as a senior with 20 in 2010.

Beginning And Ending

Andrew Cain belted his 12th round tripper of the season in his fi nal at-bat of his career against NC State in the Raleigh Regional. Earlier in the year Luke Dunlap homered in his fi rst career atbat coming against Delaware in Newark.

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Preseason Notes Welcome to the Club

‘13 Brings Another Challenging Slate

UNCW welcomes 13 newcomers to the program in 2013. Nine are in-state products and four from out of state. Righthander Evan Phillips was drafted by Kansas City in the 2012 MLB draft, but chose to honor his commitment to the program.

The Seahawks will again tackle a tough nonconference as they did in 2012 when the slate was ranked 20th nationally and the toughest east of Texas. UNCW will play 14 games against teams that reached the NCAA tournament, including 10 at Brooks Field.

# 7 8 14 15 16 18 21 25 27 29 32 36 37

School Kent State, Stony Brook NC State San Diego Col. of Charleston Coastal Carolina East Carolina North Carolina

Name Steven Linkous Joe Bertone Ryan Dolan Ryan Foster Gavin Stupienski Jared Gesell Christian Wolfe Alex Pernick Will Shepley Nick Monroe Andy Austin Evan Phillips Terence Connelly

Pos. Hometown IF Leland, N.C. OF Huntersville, N.C. OF Plymouth Meeting, Pa. RHP Advance, N.C. C Columbus, N.J. RHP High Point, N.C. OF Wilmington, N.C. OF Marstons Mill, Mass. LHP Winston-Salem, N.C. RHP Mebane, N.C. IF Salisbury, N.C. RHP Clayton, N.C. IF Garden City, N.Y.

Returning for the Seahawks

Despite the loss of three all-conference starters, the Seahawks return All-CAA honorees Hunter Ridge, Michael Bass, Tyler Molinaro, Mat Batts and Corey Dick. They also return righthander Jordan Ramsey, who was the Sunday starter for the Seahawks.

It’s In The Pen

The Seahawks return the bulk of their bullpen from 2012. Last season, UNCW’s bullpen combined for a 17-7 record and posted a 3.16 ERA. Led by lefthander Kelly Secrest and righthander Ricky Holden, both juniors, the pen held opponents to a .245 batting average. Holden and William Prince tied for the staff lead with four saves.

50 And Counting

Drew Farber became the third catcher since 1999 to start 50 games behind the plate for the Seahawks Catcher Daniel Marsh Daniel Marsh Cody Stanley Drew Farber

Starts 56 56 55 53

Year 1999 2000 2010 2012

UNCW In The CAA Since 2000 UNCW VCU JMU GMU ODU W&M Delaware Towson Georgia State Hofstra Northeastern

2000 2001 13-8 11-9 9-12 12-8 12-9 10-11 7-14 5-15 14-7 6-15 7-14 12-9 ---------------------

2002 14-7 13-8 15-5 12-7 8-12 12-9 12-7 9-12 --2-19 ---

2003 15-6 17-3 13-7 9-8 5-15 12-4 7-13 11-9 --5-15 ---

Junior lefthander mat Batts, a third-team All-CAA honoree in 2012, is the top returning pitcher in the CAA after ranking first in starts (16), second in ERA (3.04), third in innings pitched (100.2) and tied for the league-lead in strikeouts (90).

Round CWS Super Regional NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA

The Colonial Athletic Association championship returns to Harrisonburg for the second consecutive season before moving to Wilmington in 2014 and down to Charleston in 2015 and 2016. CAA Coaches Preseason Predicted Order of finish 1. UNCW (5 fi rst-place votes) 75 2. Hofstra (3 fi rst-place votes) 69 3. James Madison 62 4. Delaware (2 fi rst-place votes) 57 5. George Mason 49 6. Old Dominion 32 7. William and Mary 30 8. Towson 28 9. Northeastern 27 10. Georgia State 21 Player, School John Puttress, Northeastern Jared Hammer, Hofstra Jimmy Yezzo, Delaware Michael Bass, UNCW Dalton Rouleau, Hofstra Ryan Lindemuth, William & Mary Aaron Barbosa, Northeastern Tyler Molinaro, UNCW Hunter Ridge, UNCW Brendan Butler, Towson Conner Brown, James Madison Mat Batts, UNCW Michael Trionfo, Towson Kelly Secrest, UNCW

2004 17-6 14-10 8-16 20-4 13-11 14-10 12-11 6-18 --3-21 ---

2005 21-3 14-10 8-16 15-9 5-19 9-15 13-11 13-11 --10-14 ---

2006 17-13 18-11 22-8 12-18 21-9 11-19 12-18 8-22 13-17 11-19 19-10

Pos. Cl. C Sr. 1B Sr. 1B Jr. 2B Sr. SS Sr. 3B Jr. OF Jr. OF Sr. OF Sr. UT So. DH Jr. SP Jr. SP Sr. RP Jr.

2007 18-11 18-11 11-17 14-14 18-11 13-16 18-11 11-18 15-15 11-18 12-17

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MAY 22-25

Hometown New Providence, N.J. Flemington, N.J. Cherry Hill, N.J. Fairmont, N.C. Lompoc, Calif. Burke, Va. Dracut, Mass. Charlottesville, Va. Asheboro, N.C. Bel Air, Md. Richmond, Va. Winston-Salem, N.C. Jacksonville, Md. Mt. Airy, N.C.

2008 25-4-1 8-17 20-9 18-10 14-14 16-13 12-16 14-16 12-17 7-23 12-17-1

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2009 10-8 8-16 12-11 19-5 13-11 9-14 11-10 12-12 12-9 6-18 13-11

2012 Stats .323, 0 HR, 29 RBI .376, 4 HR, 66 RBI .358, 8 HR, 46 RBI .326, 33 RBI, 20 SB .328, 31 RBI, 26 SB .376, 5 HR, 48 RBI .352, 20 RBI, 14 SB .273, 16 HR, 48 RBI .340, 4 HR, 41 RBI .308, 34 RBI, 14 SB .338, 3 HR, 33 RBI 6-5, 3.04 ERA, 90 K’s 11-3, 3.35 ERA, 52 K’s 5-2, 1 sv., 2.12 ERA, 45 K’s

2010 13-11 16-7-1 18-6 11-13 11-13 10-14 9-15 11-13 17-6-1 10-14 5-19

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2011 18-12 12-18 21-9 7-23 19-11 16-14 16-14 15-15 17-13 12-18 12-18

2012 24-6 15-15 10-20 16-14 9-21 12-18 17-13 15-15 14-16 20-10 13-17

Totals 217-107-1 174-146-1 169-144 165-154 156-171 153-169 139-139 125-161 110-93-1 97-198 86-108-1

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season Preview retUrNiNg PitCHiNg

Starters Mat Batts LHP (6-5, 3.04 ERA) • Jordan Ramsey RHP (4-3, 4.36) • Blaze Tart RHP (2-0, 3.24 in 2011) Relievers Kelly Secrest LHP (5-2, 2.12) • Ricky Holden RHP (3-0, 2.28) • Jack Lane RHP (3-0, 4.05) • William Prince RHP (2-3, 2.77) • Christan MacDonald LHP (1-0, 9.53) • Justin Livengood RHP (0-0, 9.00) • Ryan Mayhew (0-0, 0.00)

PITCHING The Seahawks will again look to their starting rotation to spearhead another run at a conference title in 2013. UNCW starters fashioned a 3.94 ERA overall in 2012 and 3.27 against CAA opponents. The Seahawks did lose Tyler McSwain (9-4, 3.18 ERA, 15 starts), who anchored the staff as its Friday night starter, but return a combined 38 starts from 2012.

In the bullpen, Ricky Holden, Kelly Secrest and William Prince return following solid sophomore seasons. Holden made a career-high 26 appearances and posted a 3-0 record and tied for the staff lead with four saves. Opponents hits just. 225 against him and at one point, Holden strung together 26 consecutive shutout innings. Secrest also set a careerbest with 30 appearances and fashioned a 5-2 record and a 2.12 ERA. Mat Batts, a third-team All-CAA He struck out 45 in 51 innings and selection in 2012, returns to the rota- limited opponents to a meager .193 tion along with Jordan Ramsey, who average. Rounding out the backend earned All-Rookie honors. The duo is of the pen was Prince, who collected joined by Blaze Tart, who missed the four saves in 21 outings, all in relief. 2012 season following surgery during Prince struck out 21 in 26 innings. the middle of the 2011 season. Prior to his injury, Tart was the Seahawks Also returning to the deep staff are top pitcher, moving into the starting righthander Jack Lane and southpaw rotation early in the schedule after Christian MacDonald. Lane appeared opening in the closer’s role and post- in 27 games for the Seahawks and ing fi ve saves. went 3-0 with a 4.07 ERA. MacDonald made 14 appearances and is coming The duo of Batts, who is the off his best fall performance in his league’s top returning ERA leader at time with the Seahawks. With his fall 3.04, and Ramsey comprised two- performance, he pushed for a spot in thirds of the weekend rotation for the the starting rotation. Justin LivenSeahawks, a rotation that helped post good also is back for the Seahawks a 24-6 record, second most wins in after giving them a lift late in the seaCAA history. Ramsey allowed just one son, including a 2 1/3 inning stint of home run last season. During the sum- shutout baseball against Delaware in mer, he gained experience pitching for the championship game of the CAA Cotuit of the Cape Cod League. tournament.

CatCHiNg

Starter Drew Farber (.277-1 HR-34 RBI) Returning Josh Abshire (.167-0-0), Ryan LaGrange (.050-0-0)

Sophomore righthander Ryan Mayhew made just one appearance in 2012, but like many Seahawks, was able to make the most of his summer opportunity by playing for Front Royal of the Valley League. In 15 2/3 innings, Mayhew struck out 31 batters, averaging 17.8 strikeouts per nine innings. During the Blue-Teal World Series in the fall, he served as Blue’s closer and recorded four saves. Joining the Seahawks this season are fi ve freshmen who will have an immediate impact on what already is a deep and talented staff. Ryan Foster, Jared Gesell, Will Shepley, Nick Monroe and Evan Phillips will aid the Seahawks in a multitude of ways as rookies. Foster was an All-State selection and Central Piedmont Conference Pitcher-of-the-Year twice. Gesell was a four-year starter at High Point Christian and earned AllConference honors twice. Shepley, a southpaw, helped Salisbury Prep to a ranking of 28th nationally his senior season while going 7-0 with a 0.46 ERA. Monroe, meanwhile, fi nished his prep career with a pair of All-State honors and 387 strikeouts. Rounding out the newcomers is Phillips, who was drafted by Kansas City in the 2012 MLB Draft. He posted a 5-2 mark with 109 strikeouts in 61 innings for Clayton.

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CATCHER Returning for the Seahawks are Drew Farber and Josh Abshire. Farber played in 55 games for the Seahawks, including 53 as a starter in 2012. He fi nished with one homer and 34 runs batted in while handling a pitching staff that ranked 62nd nationally with a 3.61 ERA. Farber joined Daniel Marsh (1999-00) and Cody Stanley (2010) as Seahawk catchers since 1998 to start 50 or more games behind the plate. Abshire, who made eight starts in the outfi eld for UNCW in 2012, started seven games behind the plate as a freshman in 2011. Abshire had a strong fall season, splitting time behind the plate and in the outfi eld. Junior infi elder Ryan LaGrange also moved behind the plate in the fall and showed a knack for the position. LaGrange is solid defender in the fi eld as well as behind the plate with a strong arm. Sophomore Justin Manning saw limited time as a freshman for the Seahawks. Manning hit .307 and made the All-Star game for the Southern Collegiate Baseball League over the summer. Freshman Gavin Stupienski missed


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Starter Hunter Ridge (.340-4-41) • Michael Bass (.326-0-33, 20 SB)

Starters Tyler Molinaro (.277-16-48)

Returning Corey Dick (.302-8-35) • Luis Renvil (.333-0-1) • Matt Keeler (.259-0-0) • Dillon Bass (.167-0-1) • Ryan LaGrange (.050-0-0)

Returning Luke Dunlap (.333-1-3) • Micah Jarrett (.250-0-3) • Josh Abshire (.167-0-0)

most of the fall with a shoulder injury, but showed a strong bat from the left side. He could add depth, depending on his recovery from fall surgery.

to fi nish with a .340 batting average with 16 doubles, four homers and 41RBI. His .434 on base average ranked second on the team thanks in part to a career-high 37 walks.

Keeler, a senior, gives the Seahawks additional depth on the corners and at second base and a lefthanded bat off the bench. Keeler is a solid defender at both infi eld positions and showed constant improvement at the plate in the fall.

lead the league in homers. He also knocked in a lineup-leading 48 runs while adding 17 doubles and a triple.

In the mix for the open two spots are sophomore Luke Dunlap, senior As a freshman, Corey Dick helped Micah Jarrett and freshmen Joe Berpower the Seahawk lineup from the tone, along with Abshire and AusDH slot and earned Freshman AllRenvill, a junior, is coming off a tin. Dunlap had just six at-bats as America honors after hitting .302 solid summer in the Valley League, a freshman, but made the most of with eight home runs and knocking in hitting .252 with 12 extra base hits those chances with a home run and 35 runs. He continued to swing a hot for Front Royal. He played both sec- a double. Jarrett played in 17 games, bat over the summer, batting .311 for ond and shortstop over the summer including fi ve starts, before a shoulFront Royal while playing fi rst base. and will be a solid option up the mid- der injury shortened his season. He dle. hit .250 (6-24) with two doubles and On the left side of the infi eld, fresha triple and scored seven runs. man Terence Connelly looks to step in Freshman Andy Austin is primariat shortstop while third base could be ly an infi elder, but showed athleticism Freshman Christian Wolfe made Bass hit a career-high .326 and manned by another freshman in Ste- during the fall in the outfi eld to give strides during the fall adjusting to the fueled the Seahawks from the bottom ven Linkous. Along with Matt Keeler the Seahawks another lefthanded op- game at the collegiate level. Wolfe of the order. He scored 33 runs and and Luis Renvill, LaGrange will also tion off the bench in both spots. is a solid defensive player with plus knocked in 33 runs while stealing 20 be in the mix on the left side. speed. bases in 23 attempts, most among OuTfIELD returning players on the Seahawks. Connelly was a three-year starter CAA home run king Tyler Molinaro Defense is where Bass made his big- at Chaminade (N.Y.), helping the Fly- is the lone returning outfi elder for gest impact, fi elding at a .982 clip ers to the 2011 NSCHSAA title and the Seahawks, who featured a pair of and committing just six errors, lowest top ranking on Long Island. As a fi rst-team All-CAA players in Thomas among starters in the CAA. His 200 senior, he hit .441 with 16 doubles Pope and Andrew Cain, both of whom assists led the league and ranked and stole seven bases. Linkous is a graduated. Pope fi nished among UNthird all-time at UNCW. local product who played at North CW’s all-time leaders in batting averBrunswick and was a three-time 2A age and Cain was drafted by the San Ridge, meanwhile, returns for All-State selection for the Scorpions. Francisco Giants in the MLB draft. his senior season poised to become In 2012, he hit .458 and stole an imthe program’s all-time leader in sev- pressive 30 bases. Molinaro, a third-team All-CAA eral offensive categories. As a junior, selection, belted 16 round trippers Ridge rebounded from a slow start in becoming the fourth Seahawk to INfIELD UNCW enters the 2013 season looking to replace the left side of the infi eld following the graduation of Matt Campbell (3B) and Jake Koenig (SS). While losing that left side, the Seahawks do return Michael Bass (2B) and Hunter Ridge (1B) on the right side. Both were second-team All-CAA selections while leading the Seahawks back to the NCAA tournament.

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Head Coach Mark scalf The Seahawks open their 22nd season under the direction of the school’s all-time winningest coach, Mark Scalf, in 2013. In his 21st season with the Seahawks, Scalf directed the program back to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2008. UNCW captured its first CAA Tournament crown since 2006 and was the top-seed in the tournament after cruising through the league with a 24-6 record. The Seahawks extended their streak of conference tournament appearances to 27 as he was honored by the league’s coaches as the Coach-of-the-Year. UNCW posted a 39-23 record, marking its most wins since the 2008 club’s school-record 44 wins. The 39 wins were sixth most in the program’s history. A pair of Seahawks was selected in the 2012 MLB draft with outfielder Andrew Cain going to San Francisco in the 24th round and pitcher Tyler DeLoach in the 26th round to Anaheim. In 2011, UNCW continued its streak of reaching the CAA Tournament with an 18-12 record and a third-place finish. The Seahawks are the only school in the conference to participate in each postseason championship tournament since the inaugural event in 1986. The Seahawks made their fourth appearance and second straight in the CAA Championship game in 2010 after staving off elimination three times before falling to VCU in extra innings in the final game of the tournament. It was the second straight year UNCW fought off elimination three times and reached the finals. Scalf, already UNCW’s all-time winningest coach, reached another milestone in his career that season when the Seahawks topped Towson, 12-6, for his 600th career victory. UNCW was also highly regarded by professional baseball as five Seahawks were selected in the 2010 draft, including Cody Stanley what was picked in the fourth round by the St. Louis Cardinals. With just one senior on the 2009 squad, the Seahawks bolted to a 17-3 start and reached the CAA championship game for the third time. UNCW also returned to the national rankings, reaching as high as 26th. In the CAA Tournament, the Seahawks faced elimination three times and fired back with a pair of wins, including a 5-3 win over nationally-ranked and top-seeded George Mason. In 2008, the Seahawks set school and conference records for wins on their way to their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance. UNCW posted 42 wins entering the NCAA Cary Regional and ran off 25 wins in the Colonial Athletic Association. For his efforts, Scalf earned his fourth CAA Coach-of-the-Year honor. In 2007, the Seahawks rallied to win eight of their last nine Colonial Athletic Association games to earn a share of the regular season title with an 18-11 mark.

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Scalf, who concluded his 16th season with the Seahawks in 2007, earned his 500th career win, all at UNCW, with an 8-7 win over Elon on April 17. The Seahawks also fashioned wins over nationally-ranked Texas Christian and NC State as the program played a total of nine games against ranked opponents. In 2006, the Seahawks became the first team in the CAA to post four-straight seasons of 40 or more wins, while winning a then school record 42 games. Scalf was recognized by his peers as the CAA’s Coach-of-the-Year in 2005 after the Seahawks blazed through the conference schedule with a 21-3 mark, winning the regular

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Head Coach Mark scalf season title by six games. It marked the third CAA Coach-of-the-Year award for Scalf, who also collected the honor in 1995 and 2000. In his 29-year association with the program as an assistant coach and head coach, Scalf has recruited 89 All-Conference players, including 1989 CAA Player-of-the-Year Trent Mongero, 1994 CAA Co-Player-of-the-Year Battle Holley, 1996 CAA Player-of-the-Year Bryan Britt and 2008 honoree Mark Carver.

time assistant in 1982 when the Tar Heels captured the Atlantic Coast Conference championship and advanced to the NCAA post-season playoffs. Scalf has also been involved in summer leagues, coaching the New Market, Va., “Rebels” of the Valley League in 1984, and directing the Wareham, Mass., “Gatemen” of the Cape Cod League in 1985. Mark Scalf was honored by the league’s coaches as Coach-of-the-Year in 2012 after leading UNCW to a 24-6 record in conference play.

Many of Scalf’s players have moved on to the professional ranks. A total of 45 players were either drafted or signed pro contracts, including fi fth-round selection Chris Hatcher (Florida) and ninthround pick and 2007 South Atlantic League MVP John Raynor. Both players were selected in the 2006 draft when UNCW set a school record with six players being drafted that year. In 2008, Bradley Holt became UNCW’s highest draftee when the righthander went in the supplemental portion of the fi rst round (33rd pick overall) to the New York Mets.

place fi nish in the league and a 3025 overall scorecard. He was honored as CAA Coach-of-the-Year for his efforts.

Scalf lettered four years at second base for UNCW in the late 1970s and returned to his alma mater in 1984 as an assistant coach, serving under Bobby Guthrie for eight seasons. In that span, Scalf was an integral part of regular season conference championships in 1987 and 1989.

Scalf led the Seahawks to their fi rst-ever 40-win season and

By concentrating on recruiting and conditioning as an assistant, Scalf showed he was ready to head up the program and when Guthrie stepped down on May 28, 1991, Scalf was tabbed to be the new skipper. In Scalf’s debut season in 1992, the Seahawks established 17 school records, went 3-2 in the conference tourney and came close to reaching the championship game for the fi rst time. By the assessment of his peers, Scalf worked magic in 1995, guiding the Seahawks to a second-

the program’s fi rst NCAA bid at the 2003 Baton Rouge Regional. UNCW reached the championship game against host LSU, taking the fi ve-time NCAA champions to extra innings before falling 9-8 in 11 innings.

In 1996, Scalf coached the Seahawks to the CAA championship game and featured CAA Player-ofthe-Year selection Bryan Britt.

In 2004, the Seahawks recorded their second straight 40-win season at 40-23, advanced to the NCAA Kinston Regional fi nals and placed six players on the All-CAA team.

In 2000, the Seahawks set a then-school record for wins as a member of the NCAA with 36 while going 13-8 in the CAA during the regular season. Scalf was named CAA Coach-of-the-Year for the second time in six seasons.

In 2003, Scalf was selected by South Carolina head coach Ray Tanner to serve on the staff for USA Baseball during the team’s summer tour. Scalf later served as an assistant on the 2007 staff under the direction of former Long Beach State skipper Mike Weathers. Both squads won silver medals in the Pan Am Games. Scalf and his wife, Allyson, have two daughters, Madison, 25, and Jordan, 22.

A 1980 graduate of UNCW’s physical education department, Scalf broke into the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at UNC Chapel Hill in 1981. He was a full-

SCALf CAREER RECORD

CAA Coach-of-the-Year: 1995, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2012 ABCA Regional Coach-of-the-Year: 2003, 2006, 2008 Team USA Baseball Assistant Coach: 2003, 2007

Birthday: Oct. 3, 1958 Alma Mater: UNCW, 1980 First season at UNCW: 1987, assistant coach

Season 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

milestone Win No. 1 (2/22/92) VCU, 3-0

Overall 23-38 26-29 30-28 30-25 28-30 28-29 21-34 30-26 36-23 33-22 36-21 40-23 40-23 40-19 42-22 29-27 44-17-1 31-23 33-27 31-28 39-23 690-537-1

Pct. .377 .473 .517 .545 .481 .481 .382 .536 .610 .600 .632 .634 .634 .678 .661 .518 .717 .574 .550 .525 .629 .562

CAA 7-11 6-8 10-8 11-7 9-11 7-12 6-14 8-13 13-8 11-9 14-7 15-6 17-6 21-3 17-13 18-11 25-4-1 10-8 13-11 18-12 24-6 280-188-1

Pct. .389 .429 .556 .611 .450 .368 .300 .381 .619 .550 .667 .714 .739 .875 .567 .621 .850 .556 .542 .600 .800 .598

No. 50 (2/19/94) Davidson, 11-4 No. 100 (4/9/95) George Mason, 3-2

No. 200 (3/14/99) Fairfi eld, 6-4 No. 300 (3/27/02) Duke, 12-7 No. 400 (6/5/04) Vs. Tennessee, 8-5 No. 500 (4/17/07) Elon, 8-7 No. 574 (4/10/09) William & Mary, 10-4 No. 600 (3/28/10) Towson, 12-6

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associate Head Coach randy hood UNCW continued to be an offensive leader in the CAA, and nationally, in Randy Hood’s 11th season with the program. The Seahawks ranked in the nation’s top-30 in eight categories, including batting average (22nd), runs (27th), hits (12th), doubles (23rd), home runs (11th) and stolen bases (12th). The 2012 Seahawks also proved to be one of the program’s top offensive clubs in the program’s history as they ranked fourth all-time in hits, fifth in batting average and total bases, seventh in home runs and eighth in doubles. With 105 stolen bases, the Seahawks passed the century for the first time since 2006. UNCW was successful in 78.4 percent of its attempts, also ranking in UNCW’s top-10 all-time. Andrew Cain, who was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 24th round, and Michael Bass led the way with 23 and 20 stolen bases, respectively, while UNCW had five players steal at least 10 bases in 2012. Cain, along with Thomas Pope and Tyler McSwain were named first-team All-CAA. For Pope, who finished with a team-leading .372 batting average, it was the second time he was named first-team. UNCW’s entire infield of Matt Campbell, Jake Koenig, Bass and Hunter Ridge comprised the league’s second-team infield. In 2011, the Seahawks ranked among the national leaders in batting average and doubles and narrowly missed stealing 100 bases for the first time since 2006. Cain, a second-team All-CAA selection, was picked by Milwaukee in the 12th round of the Major League Baseball draft after a breakout year, but choose to return to UNCW for his senior season. Pope became the first Seahawk since the 1989 season to lead the CAA in hitting when he compiled a .396 average and was named ABCA All-East first-team. Joining Pope on the all-region teams were second-team honorees, Matt Campbell, Hunter Ridge and Cain. In 2010, Hood helped the Seahawks back to the finals of the CAA tournament for the second straight year and saw five more Seahawks go on to play professional baseball. During Hood’s stretch with the Seahawks, over 30 players have gone on to play professionally. In 2010, Robbie Monday flourished under the direction of Hood when he became the first Seahawk since Bryan Britt in 1996 to outright lead the CAA in homers with 20. Monday also concluded his two-year career with the Seahawks as the program’s all-time leader in slugging percentage.

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Also finding success at the plate in 2010 were freshmen Hunter Ridge and Michael Bass. Both were named to the CAA All-Rookie squad with Ridge also earning third-team all-conference honors. Ridge continued to parlay his team-leading .348 batting average into a pair of Freshman All-America honors. He also set a school record for hits by a freshman with 77. In the summer of 2008, Hood was elevated to the position of Associate Head Coach after wrapping up in his seventh season with the Seahawks. He coordinates the Seahawks’ recruiting, as well as oversees the hitters and outfielders. During his tenure, UNCW has made five NCAA tournament appearances, won four regular season Colonial Athletic Association titles and three CAA tournament titles.

In 2008, the Seahawk lineup slammed its way to a school-record 44 wins and a school-

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associate Head Coach randy hood record 91 homers. UNCW broke five single-season records as four positional players earned All-Colonial honors and Mark Carver was named CAA Player-of-the-Year while also earning three All-America honors. Jason Appel, Daniel Hargrave and Carver were selected in the Major League Baseball draft, bringing the total of players drafted or signed as free agents during Hood’s tenure to 25. UNCW was ranked in the top 50 nationally in 12 offensive categories, including home runs, on base average and slugging percentage. The Seahawks finished 19th in scoring, 14th in runs scored and 14th in home runs. In 2007, the Seahawks were nationally ranked in the top 50 in doubles with 142 and had three players rank nationally in that category. In 2006, UNCW continued its offensive prowess, leading the nation in scoring for nearly a month. The Seahawks tied or set eight offensive standards, finished fifth in scoring (8.8 runs per game) and in the top 10 in doubles per game and slugging percentage. In 2005, UNCW set new school standards in six offensive categories, including batting average, runs and runs batted in. Tim Preston became the first Seahawk since 1982 to hit above .400 (.406) as well as setting school/conference records with 102 hits. The Seahawks finished seventh nationally in runs scored (8.4 per game) and hit .323 as a team to rank 11th. UNCW’s then school-record 140 doubles checked in at 13th nationally and its .487 slugging percentage was 23rd. In addition to Preston, several Seahawks have enjoyed breakout seasons under Hood’s guidance. Preston and John Raynor were ranked, 21st and 33rd respectively, among the national leaders in batting average. Matt Poulk broke the

UNCW mark with 73 RBI as well as the doubles mark with 24 twobaggers. The 2004 season for the Seahawks was again one of tremendous offensive production as they almost equaled their record-setting output from the prior season en route to their second consecutive 40-win season. Seven Seahawks hit .310 or better as five school records were broken or tied. Chip Grawey became the first Seahawk to collect 101 hits and broke the conference record of 100. The 2004 Seahawks topped the CAA in conference play with a .317 batting average and 45 stolen bases. In 2003, the Seahawks doubled their home run total, posted their highest slugging percentage since 1999 and enjoyed their highest batting average since 1997. Hood played at Campbell from 1987-90 and led the Camels to their only NCAA Regional appearance in his senior season. In his final campaign, Hood paced the Big South Conference in batting (.366) and finished second in stolen bases with a school-record 26 thefts. In his playing career, the Goldsboro native compiled a .320 batting average with 209 hits, 35 doubles, 14 home runs, 86 RBI and set 13 school records. He was an All-Big South choice in 1989 and an AllBig South Tournament selection in 1990.

Following graduation, Hood played five full seasons of professional baseball. His pro highlights include a Single-A championship with the Helena (Mont.) Brewers in 1990 and a Double-A crown with the 1993 Birmingham (Ala.) Barons in the White Sox chain.

Hood earned his M.Ed. in exercise science at Campbell in 1999. The 43-year-old Hood and his wife, Patricia, reside in Wilmington with their daughter, Mackenzie Elise (11).

Hood batted .315 with Helena in 1990 and was the July “Player of the Month” for the Barons in 1994. After spending spring training with the California Angels in 1995, Hood turned his attention to coaching. Hood, who graduated as a sports fitness/administration major, was a teammate of NBA great Michael Jordan in baseball at Birmingham in 1994. He also has administrative and coaching experience as CU’s director of athletics operations and strength coach (1994-95).

UNCW’s Hitting Statistics Under Coach Hood Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 * School record

Avg. .286 .300 .298 .323* .323 .294 .313 .292 .286 .297 .302

OBA .361 .373 .366 .395 .400 .375 .415* .385 .377 .370 .383

Slg. .409 .463 .433 .487 .501 .447 .516* .431 .426 .435 .450

Hits 564 653 648 681 748* 577 675 540 602 613 657

R 349 428 399 494 560* 395 517 372 393 382 392

2b 112 137 128 140 156* 142 132 101 110 131 121

3b 11 12 15 18* 11 14 16 20 11 12 16

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HR 36 65 45 57 80 43 91* 39 54 43 56

RBI 307 371 399 437 488* 350 471 334 358 347 350

SB 89-124 115-145 104-142 106-132 133-159 52-71 68-85 56-70 81-99 99-119 105-134

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Asst. Coach robert woodard Robert Woodard, UNC Chapel Hill’s all-time winningest pitcher, joins the Seahawk coaching staff in 2012-13 as the program’s pitching coach following two season on the staff at his alma mater, UNC Chapel Hill. “Robert is an excellent addition to our staff and program,” said Scalf. “He was an excellent competitor and successful as evident from all his accolades. Robert is a student of the game and we’re excited to have him become part of the UNCW family.” Woodard, who joined Tar Heel Head Coach Mike Fox’s staff prior to the 2010 postseason, worked in Chapel Hill following a three-year stint in the San Diego Padres minor league organization after being selected in the 20th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball draft. “I couldn’t be more excited to join such a first-class program,” said Woodard. “Coach Scalf, Hood and Monday are tremendous coaches and knowledgeable people. I’ve known Coach Scalf for a long time and he’s one of the most respected head coaches in the game. This opportunity would not be possible, though, without being on Coach (Mike) Fox’s staff for the past two-plus seasons. I’d like to thank Coach Fox for giving me my start. I’m looking forward to continuing to build upon what has been established here at UNCW.” Woodard assisted with all aspects of the Tar Heel program, including the pitching staff under the direction of Associate Head Coach Scott Forbes. He also worked closely with the program’s strength and conditioning program and on-campus recruiting. Woodard served as pitching coach this summer for the Orleans Firebirds, who were second in the Cape Cod League with a 3.73 ERA and topped the league in opponent’s batting average (.239). In 2011, UNC-CH pitchers posted the third most strikeouts in program history and Patrick Johnson’s 13 wins marked just the fourth time a Tar Heel had earned at least 13 victories in a season. Johnson was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 2011 draft. The 2012 edition of the Tar Heels led the ACC and ranked fourth nationally with a 2.66 earned run average. The pitching staff stood seventh among NCAA schools in strikeouts per nine at 8.5. During Woodard’s coaching career at UNC, the Tar Heels posted a record of 97-32 and played in the College World Series in 2011. As a player, Woodard concluded his career as the program’s all-time winningest pitcher with a four-year record of 34-5, including a perfect 22-0 mark at Boshamer Stadium. He earned All-ACC honors three times and finished among the circuit’s alltime leaders in wins and innings pitched. As the anchor of the pitching staff, Woodard helped the Tar Heels to the championship series of the CWS in 2006 and 2007.

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Woodard graduated from Chapel Hill in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in management and society. In 2006-07, he was a recipient of the Patterson Medal given to UNC’s most outstanding student-athletes.

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Asst. Coach robbie monday Robbie Monday returns to his alma mater following a season on the staff at Barton under the tutelage of former Seahawk assistant coach Josh Simmons. “I’m eager to get started,” said Monday. “The chance to return to UNCW and join a staff that has been very successful is exciting for me. I’m thankful that Coach Scalf and Coach Hood have given me this opportunity. I look forward to the challenges ahead as we look to win the CAA and return to the NCAA tournament.” Monday played for the Seahawks in 2009 and 2010, finishing his career as the program’s all-time leader in slugging percentage (.620) and fourth with 32 career home runs. In 2010, Monday led the Colonial Athletic Association with 20 round trippers and earned second-team All-CAA honors. He was a third-team selection as a junior, his first season with the Seahawks after transferring from Surry Community College. In his only season with Barton, the Bulldogs hit .285 with 30 home runs and 107 doubles. Phillip Williams earned second-team All-Conference Carolinas after tying for the team lead with eight homers and knocking a team-high 40 runs. Collins Cuthrell also earned second-team honors by hitting .331 and matching Williams’ team-high eight homers.

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meet the Seahawks 1 • William Prince RHP • Junior • 5-10/170 Wilson, N.C. • Fike  PRINCE’S Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2011 10.29 0 0 8 2012 9.53 1 0 14 TOTAL 9.82 1 0 22

2012 (Sophomore) Made 21 relief appearances … Tied for team-lead with four saves … Earned win over Ohio (2/17) in season opener … Struck out career-high six in two innings at College of Charleston (3/13) … Also picked up win in that game … Posted save against Coll. of Charleston (3/20) as UNCW swept home-and-home series … Earned two saves against VCU (3/23, 3/25) … Tossed three innings of two-hit, shutout baseball against William & Mary for a save (5/12).

GS 0 0 0

2011 (Freshman) Made 20 appearances, all in relief ... Tied for staff lead with five saves ... Finished with 0-2 mark and 3.86 ERA ... CAA Rookie-of-the-Week (4/11) ... Struck out 23 batters in 25 2/3 innings ... Posted first career save against NC State (4/13) with six career-high six strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings ... Also nailed down saves against William & Mary (4/17), Elon (5/3), Georgia State (5/7) and VCU (5/21).

CG SHO CBO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 7.0 11.1 18.1

At Fike Compiled a 13-7 mark his final two seasons for coach Will Flowers and the Golden Demons ... Struck out 151 batters in 130 career innings ... Ranked among state leaders with nine wins his senior season ... Also finished fourth in state with 0.90 ERA in 2010 ... His 98 strikeouts were 11th highest total in state ... Helped Golden Demons to Big East Conference championship in 2008 ... Pitcher for silver medalists Region III in 2009 State Games of North Caro-

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched.....................................................2.1, at Charleston Southern, Apr 11, 2012 Walks allowed.......................................................................................2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 .................................................................................................... vs Vanderbilt, Jun 1, 2012 Strikeouts................................................................................ 3, Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 Batters faced.........................................................10, at Charleston Southern, Apr 11, 2012 Field chances......................................................................2, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012 Assists................................................................................2, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012 ALL-TIME RANKINGS Most saves............................................................................................................... t-4th (9) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most saves................................................................................................ t-10th (5 in 2011) Most saves................................................................................................ t-14th (4 in 2012)

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lina ... Pitcher in Senior Select game in 2010. Personal Full name: William Clark Prince ... Born June 24, 1992, in Wilson, N.C. ... Son of Jennifer and Randy Prince.


meet the Seahawks 2 • rYAN lAGRANGE INF • Junior • 6-0/200 Wilmington, N.C. • E.A. Laney  LAGRANGE’S Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2011 .241 44 32 137 2012 .050 11 6 20 TOTAL .217 55 38 157 2012 (Sophomore) Played in 11 games, making six starts … Doubled against UNCA (3/4) in Hughes Bros. Challenge … Scored four runs.

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HR 0 0 0

RBI 13 0 13

doubles ... Made starts at all four infield positions.

Named Wilmington Star News Playerof-the-Year ... Earned all-conference honors in 2008 and 2009 ... Played in At Laney State Games in 2008 & 2009 ... Led Helped Buccaneers to 2010 4A State Bucs with 37 runs scored his senior sea2011 (Freshman) Championship, first state title in 14 son ... Also hit .343 and drove in 17 runs Played in 44 games, making 32 starts seasons ... Bucs went 21-10 in 2010 ... ... On the mound he fashioned 1.05 ERA ... Finished with .241 batting average Picked up win in relief in championship and 2-0 mark as reliever ... Also helped ... Opened career with six-game hitting game win (6-5) against East Forsyth program to Mideastern Conference title streak ... Collected four hits against ... Earned All-State and All-Mideastern as a junior ... From same high school North Florida (3/16) with a pair of Conference honors his senior season ... program that produced UNCW all-time

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wins leader Ronald Hill (2002-2005) ... Graduated in the top 10 academically in his senior class. Personal Full name: Ryan Rex LaGrange ... Born on Sept. 18, 1992, in Wilmington, N.C. ... Son of Cecilia and Randy LaGrange.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits.................................................................................... 4, North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 Doubles........................ 2, North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 ; at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 Total bases........................................................................ 6, North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 RBI...................................2, Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 ; at Old Dominion, May 13, 2011 Runs scored.........................................................................3, Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 Walks........................................................................................... 2, at Elon, Mar 01, 2011 Hit by pitch.....................................................................2, at Northeastern, Apr 21, 2012 Struck out.................................................................... 3, at North Carolina, Mar 22, 2011 Sac flies.........................................1, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 ; at Towson, Mar 20, 2011 .........................................................................................at Old Dominion, May 13, 2011 Sac bunts................................... 1, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 ; St. Joseph’s, Mar 08, 2011 .............................................................................................Old Dominion, May 27, 2011 At bats................................................................................................................5, 4 times Caught stealing........................ 1, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 ; West Virginia, Feb 27, 2011 Field chances............9, Jacksonville, Feb 19, 2011 ; at Coll. of Charleston, Feb 22, 2011 ........................................................................................at North Carolina, Mar 22, 2011 Putouts...........................9, Jacksonville, Feb 19, 2011 ; at North Carolina, Mar 22, 2011 Assists......................................................................................8, Campbell, Apr 12, 2011

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meet the Seahawks 4 • luis renvill INF • Junior • 5-11/165 Raeford, N.C. • Hoke County  RENVILL’S Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2011 .286 4 0 7 2012 .333 4 0 3 TOTAL .300 8 0 10 2012 (Sophomore) Played in four games … Singled against Towson (5/6).

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2011 (Freshman) Played in four games, all off the bench ... Collected two hits on seven at bats.

... Four-time Hoke County best Offensive Player ... Participated in 2009 State Game of North Carolina ... Also earned Central Carolina All-Star accolades ... Hit .473 and slugged .554 his senior season for Bucks ... Four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Ray.

At Hoke County Mid-Southeastern All-Conference in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... Helped Hoke County to 24-2 mark his senior season

Personal Full name: Luis Francisco Renvill ... Born Oct. 22, 2992, in Bronx, N.Y. ... Son of Marlene and Luis Renvill.

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2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 1 1

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits...................................................... 1, NC State, Apr 20, 2011 ; Towson, May 05, 2012 ..................................................................................... at Coastal Carolina, May 17, 2011 Total bases.......................................... 1, NC State, Apr 20, 2011 ; Towson, May 05, 2012 ..................................................................................... at Coastal Carolina, May 17, 2011 RBI.................................................................................. 1, at Georgia State, Apr 27, 2012 Runs scored...........................................................................1, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Walks..................................1, at Georgia State, Apr 27, 2012 ; at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Struck out........................................................................... 2, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 At bats................................................................................ 3, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Field chances...................................................................... 4, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Putouts.......................1, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 ; at Coastal Carolina, May 17, 2011 Assists........................2, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 ; at Coastal Carolina, May 17, 2011

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meet the Seahawks 5 • MICAH JARRETT

OF • Senior • 5-11/185 Salisbury, N.C. • East Rowan (Pitt CC/Wake Forest)  JARRETT’S Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .250 17 5 24 TOTAL .250 17 5 24

2012 (Junior) Injuries limited him to 17 games overall, with five starts … Collected two hits and scored a run at VCU (3/24) … Doubled in two runs against JMU (3/11) … Tripled in run against Ohio (2/18).

game-winning homer in the bottom of the ninth against Guilford Tech. At Wake Forest (Freshman) Hit .214 in 30 games for Demon Deacons ... Finished with nine runs scored and five knocked in ... Stole four bases in seven attempts.

At Pitt CC (Sophomore) Played in 48 games and hit .370 his sophomore season ... Scored 41 runs At East Rowan and knocked in 40 for Bulldogs in 2011 Four-year letterman for Mustangs and ... Helped Bulldogs to Region X title with coach Brian Hightower ... Three-time

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RBI 3 3

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All-County selection and two time AllNorth Piedmont Conference honoree ... All-Region selection in 2008 ... Hit .410 with seven homers, 40 RBI and stole 17 bases his senior season ... Played in 3A State Finals in 2008. Personal Full name: Micah Ashley Jarrett ... Born Sept. 26, 1989, in Greensboro, N.C. ... Son of Sherry and Randy Jarrett ... Mother, Sherry, attended UNCW.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits............................................................................................... 2, at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Doubles..................................... 1, James Madison, Mar 11, 2012 ; at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Triples............................................................................................... 1, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 Total bases.................................................. 3, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 ; at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 RBI.................................................................................. 2, James Madison, Mar 11, 2012 Runs scored.........................................................................................................1, 7 times Walks............................................................................................ 2, at Elon, Mar 27, 2012 Struck out........................................................................... 3, Old Dominion, Apr 01, 2012 At bats............................................................................... 4, UNC Asheville, Mar 04, 2012 Field chances..........................................................................6, at NC State, Feb 21, 2012 Putouts...................................................................................5, at NC State, Feb 21, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 6 • MICHAEL BASS INF • Senior • 5-9/155 Fairmont, N.C. • Fairmont  BASS’ Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS 2010 .300 48 42 2011 .282 52 51 2012 .326 61 61 TOTAL .304 161 154

2012 (Junior) Returned to infield at second base … Started 61 games … Earned SecondTeam All-CAA honors … Led CAA with 200 assists, third all-time at UNCW … Fielded at a .982 clip … Fifth in CAA with 11 sac bunts … Tied for sixth with 20 stolen bases … Hit. 343 in conference play … Had five hitting streaks of six games or more, including 13-game span where he hit .409 (18-44) … Posted 19 multi-hit games … Also reached base in 23 consecutive games, a team-high.

AB 160 195 221 576

R 28 40 33 101

2011 (Sophomore) Moved to outfield after playing time at second and third in 2010 ... Started 51of-52 games ... Hit .282 with 40 runs scored ... Finished with career-high 14 doubles ... Stole career-high 15 bases ... Scored two or more runs on 15 different occasions ... Homered and drove in three runs at George Mason (3/25). 2010 (Freshman) CAA All-Rookie ... Started 42-of-48 games ... Split time between third and second base and made several starts

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3B 2 2 3 7

Preseason All-CAA HR 1 1 0 2

RBI 25 24 33 82

in the outfield ... Led team with 15 stolen bases ... CAA Rookie -of-the-Week (4/12) ... First career home runs was a game-winning grand slam at Delaware (4/9) ... Fashioned 10-game hitting streak. At Fairmont Wendy’s High School Heisman National Award finalist ... Four-time All-Southeastern Conference and All-County selection ... Southeastern Conference Player-of-the-Year and All-State honoree in 2008 and 2009 ... Helped Golden

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits....................................................................................................................3, 10 times Doubles..........................................................................2, Coastal Carolina, Apr 26, 2011 Triples..................................................................................................................1, 7 times Home runs........................ 1, at Delaware, Apr 09, 2010 ; at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 Total bases.............................5, at Delaware, Apr 09, 2010 ; Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 ; ......................................................................................... at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 RBI......................................................................................... 4, at Delaware, Apr 09, 2010 Runs scored............................3, Holy Cross, Mar 07, 2011 ; Georgia State, May 08, 2011 Walks................................................................................. 3, Georgia State, May 07, 2011 Hit by pitch........................................................................................................1, 11 times Struck out............................................................... 4, at Coll. of Charleston, Feb 22, 2011 Sac flies...............................................................................................................1, 4 times Sac bunts....................................2, Duquesne, Mar 12, 2010 ; vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 At bats.................................................................... 7, at Coll. of Charleston, Feb 22, 2011 Stolen bases........................................................................................................2, 4 times Caught stealing...................................................................................................1, 7 times Field chances.............................................................................. 14, at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Putouts................................................................................................................6, 4 times Assists.......................................................................................... 8, at VCU, Mar 24, 2012

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ALL-TIME RANKINGS: Most assists...................................................................................................... 10th (332) Most times struck out........................................................................................ 12th (127) Most double plays turned.................................................................................... 16th (60) Most triples..........................................................................................................t-16th (7) Most stolen bases............................................................................................... 17th (50) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most assists........................................................................................... 3rd (200 in 2012) Most sacrifice hits..................................................................................t-9th (11 in 2012) Most double plays turned....................................................................... 10th (41 in 2012) Most games played............................................................................. t-14th (61 in 2012) Most times struck out.......................................................................... t-19th (47 in 2011)

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BB SO 20 39 22 47 20 41 62 127

SB ATT 15 17 15 17 20 23 50 57

Tornadoes to Eastern 2A Regional final ... Hit .402 and scored 35 runs his junior season ... Competed in the North Carolina State Games for Region 4. Personal Full name: Michael Richard Bass ... Born Sept. 10, 1991, in Fairmont, N.C. ... Son of Mary Ellen and Richard Bass.


meet the Seahawks 9 • DILLON BASS

INF • Junior • 5-9/190 Four Oaks, N.C./South Johnston  bass’ Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2011 .125 9 0 8 2012 .167 7 6 18 TOTAL .154 16 6 26 2012 (Sophomore) Played in seven games, including six starts at third base … Had two hits and drove in a run against Ohio (2/18, G1) … Singled and scored against Delaware (3/16). 2011 (Freshman) Appeared in nine games, all off the bench ... Scored twice and doubled once while going 1-for-8.

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At South Johnston Three-year letter winner for coach Keith Durham ... All-Eastern Carolina Conference selection his senior season ... Hit .350 and drove in 26 runs ... Earned Coaches Award his junior and senior seasons ... Played in State Games of North Carolina in 2009 ... Also played in East-West All-Star game as a senior ... From same high school program that produced UNCW All-America and major leaguer John Raynor.

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Personal Full name: Dillon Michael Bass ... Born on May 20, 1992, in Raleigh, N.C. ... Son of Lisa and David Bass.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits.................................................................................................... 2, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 Doubles............................................................................... 1, North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 Total bases......................................... 2, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 ; North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 RBI...................................................... 1, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 ; North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 Runs scored.......................... 1, North Florida, Mar 16, 2011 ; at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 ; ................................................................................................East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Walks....................................... 1, at NC State, Feb 21, 2012 ; East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Hit by pitch........................................................................................ 2, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 Struck out............................................................................................................ 1, 5 times At bats............................................................................................... 4, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 Field chances.......................................................................... 6, at NC State, Feb 21, 2012 Putouts................................................................................2, East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Assists.................................................................................... 6, at NC State, Feb 21, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 10 • HUNTER RIDGE INF • Senior • 6-0/210 Asheboro, N.C./SW Randolph  RIDGE’S Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2010 .348 59 56 221 2011 .354 59 59 237 2012 .340 62 62 238 TOTAL .348 180 177 696 2012 (Junior) Second-team All-CAA selection at first base for second straight season ... After slow start, he finished second on the team with .340 batting average, including .374 mark in CAA ... Finished season ranked fourth on UNCW’s all-time hit list with 242 ... Tied for third on club with 16 doubles .... Knocked in 41 runs and scored 40 ... Second on team with 25 multiple-hit games … Also chalked up nine multi-RBI games … Tied for teamlead with .374 batting average in conference play … Tied for second on UNCW with 26 runs knocked in against CAA opponents … Seventh in league with 81 hits and 10th in total bases (111) … Walked 37 times, fourth most in CAA … Ranks among UNCW’s all-time leaders in OBA (6th, .426), RBI (6th, 150), bat-

R 32 53 40 125

2B 17 17 16 50

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 5 9 4 18

RBI 49 60 41 150

2010 (Freshman) Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America ... Also earned 2011 (Sophomore) Ping! Baseball Freshman All-America Second Team All-CAA selection at first honors ... First-team ABCA/Rawlings base ... CAA Player-of-the-Week (4/18) All-East selection ... Third-team All... Second on club with .354 batting CAA and All-Rookie ... Led Seahawks average and .433 on-base average ... with .348 batting average ... Set UNCW Led Seahawks with 60 RBI and 53 runs freshman record with 77 hits ... Second scored ... Also held team-lead with 17 on team with 49 RBI ... Connected on doubles ... Set school record for hits by a game-winning 3-run homer in the ninth sophomore (84) ... Hit .489 (22-45) over against Georgia State in an elimination a season-high 11-game hitting streak ... game of the CAA Tournament (5/28) ... Also scored 16 runs during that stretch Finished season with 14-game hitting ... Led lineup with 30 multiple hit games streak at carries over to 2011 season. and 18 multiple RBI outings ... Ended season with seven-game hitting streak At Southwestern Randolph intact (.414). Earned 3A All-State honors his junior and senior seasons ... Three-time AllCounty selection ... Twice earned Allting avg (7th, .348) and doubles (7th, 50).

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits...................................................................................4, at East Carolina, Apr 19, 2011 Doubles............................................................................................................... 2, 4 times Triples............................................................................... 1, George Mason, May 18, 2012 Home runs......................................................................................................... 1, 18 times Total bases....................... 7, George Mason, May 18, 2012 ; Georgia State, May 28, 2010 RBI..........................................................................................5, at Delaware, Apr 10, 2010 Runs scored......................................................................... 4, North Florida, Mar 15, 2011 Walks................................................................................... 3, Old Dominion, Apr 01, 2012 Hit by pitch.......................................................................................................... 1, 9 times Struck out......................... 3, Wake Forest, Mar 10, 2010 ; at Old Dominion, May 26, 2011 Sac flies............................................................................................................... 1, 9 times At bats................................................................................................................. 6, 4 times Stolen bases...................................................................................................... 1, 10 times Caught stealing................................................................................................... 1, 6 times Field chances.......................................................... 17, Va. Commonwealth, May 20, 2011 Putouts................................................................... 17, Va. Commonwealth, May 20, 2011 Assists.............................................................................3, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012

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Preseason All-CAA

ALL-TIME RANKINGS Most double plays turned..................................................................................... 3rd (110) Most hits............................................................................................................... 4th (242) Most putouts......................................................................................................5th (1057) Most chances.................................................................................................. t-5th (1148) Highest on base pct............................................................................................. 6th (.426) Most runs batted in.............................................................................................. 6th (150) Highest batting avg............................................................................................. 7th (.348) Most doubles....................................................................................................... t-7th (50) Highest fielding pct............................................................................................. 9th (.984) Most total bases.................................................................................................10th (348)

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Mid Piedmont Conference honors ... Named County and Conference Playerof-the-Year his senior season ... Played in NC-SC Select All-Star game twice ... As a junior, hit .442 with 10 doubles at 26 RBI ... Hit .400 and 14 homers for Randolph County Legion in 2008 ... Posted .511 average with 14 home runs, scored 46 runs and drove in 64 in 2009 for Randolph County . Personal Full name: William Hunter Ridge ... Born Feb. 3, 1992, in Asheboro, N.C. ... Son of Lorraine and Tim Ridge.

Most at bats..................................................................................................... t-12th (696) Most walks........................................................................................................... 13th (92) Most games started......................................................................................... t-15th (177) Highest slugging pct.........................................................................................17th (.500) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most games played................................................................................ t-4th (62 in 2012) Most double plays turned..........................................................................5th (45 in 2012) Most double plays turned....................................................................... t-6th (42 in 2011) Most chances..........................................................................................7th (498 in 2012) Most putouts...........................................................................................7th (465 in 2012) Most putouts...........................................................................................8th (453 in 2011) Most chances..........................................................................................9th (487 in 2011) Most runs batted in................................................................................ t-9th (60 in 2011) Most times grounded into DP................................................................. t-11th (5 in 2012) Most hits..................................................................................................12th (84 in 2011) Most walks........................................................................................... t-12th (37 in 2012) Most at bats...........................................................................................14th (238 in 2012) Most at bats........................................................................................t-15th (237 in 2011) Most hits............................................................................................... t-17th (81 in 2012) Most runs scored.................................................................................. t-20th (53 in 2011)

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meet the Seahawks 11 • Jordan ramsey RHP • Sophomore • 6-4/205 Lexington, N.C./North Davidson  Ramsey’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2012 4.36 4 3 14 TOTAL 4.36 4 3 14

2012 (Freshman) Earned CAA All-Rookie honors … Threetime CAA Rookie-of-the-Week (3/26, 4/2 and 5/7) … Allowed just one home run as a freshman, ranking second in CAA … Made 14 starts for Seahawks … Finished with 4-3 record and 4.36 ERA … Picked up first career win against Delaware (3/18) … Also recorded wins against VCU (3/25), Northeastern (4/22) and Towson (5/6) … Went season-long 7.2 innings against Towson … Struck out

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season-high seven in start against JMU (3/11) … Against VCU (3/25), fanned six and allowed just three hits … Struck out four and allowed just two hits in first career start against Ohio (2/18). Selected by Kansas City in 28th round of 2011 MLB Draft. At North Davidson Three-year letter winner for Knights and former Seahawk Mike Meadows

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... Teammate of current Seahawk Kelly Secrest ... 4A All-State selection in 2010 and 2011 ... Also earned All-Central Piedmont Conference honors same seasons ... 2011 CPC Player-of-theYear ... CPC Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2010 and 2011 ... County Player-of-the-Year his junior and senior seasons ... Struck out 95 in 53 innings his senior season ... Walked just nine while posting a 1.04 ERA ... Tossed a no-hitter and a pair of one-hitters in 2011 ... Finished career

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with 22-6 mark with 241 strikeouts in 142 innings. Personal Full name: Jordan Robert Ramsey ... Born Sept. 6, 1992, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Becky and Bobby Ramsey.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched......................................................................... 7.2, Towson, May 06, 2012 Walks allowed..................................................................5, James Madison, Mar 11, 2012 Strikeouts........................................................................7, James Madison, Mar 11, 2012 Batters faced............................................................................. 29, Towson, May 06, 2012 Field chances............................................................................... 2, Towson, May 06, 2012 Putouts........................................................................................ 2, Towson, May 06, 2012 Assists................................................................................................................. 1, 4 times Runners CS............................ 1, at Texas Christian, Apr 07, 2012 ; Towson, May 06, 2012 SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most hit batters...................................................................................... t-6th (13 in 2012)

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meet the Seahawks 12 • Tyler Molinaro

Preseason All-CAA & OF • Senior • 6-3/215 NCBWA 3rd Team Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle (Pitt CC) All-America  molinaro’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .273 62 62 264 TOTAL .273 62 62 264

2012 (Junior) Third-team All-CAA outfielder ... Also earned CAA All-Tournament honors ... Led Seahawks and CAA with 16 home runs ... Finished 15th nationally in home runs … Also ranked 35th nationally in total bases (139) … Became fourth Seahawk to lead Colonial in home runs ... One of two Seahawks to start all 62 games ... Finished with .273 batting average and a team-high 48 RBI ... Also scored 49 runs and finished second on team with 17 doubles … CAA Playerof-the-Week (3/26) … Third on team with 22 multiple-hit games … Led club

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with 16 multi-RBI games … Homered, doubled and drove in four runs against Delaware (3/16) … Connected on gamewinning homer at TCU (4/5) … Also collected three hits and doubled in that game … Had nine home runs and drove in 26 runs against CAA pitching … Tied for 10th in runs (49) in CAA statistics … Tied for seventh with 48 RBI and eighth in doubles (17) … Also tied for leaguelead with 264 at-bats. Selected in 15th round of 2011 MLB Draft by New York Yankees.

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3B 1 1

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RBI 48 48

At Pitt CC 2011: Third-team NJCAA All-America ... Region X Player-of-the-Year ... Helped Bulldogs to consecutive Region X conference titles (2010, 2011) ... Pitt CC played in NJCAA World Series in 2010 ... Bulldogs posted 80-23 mark during his two seasons ... Hit .396 with 15 home runs and 14 doubles while driving in 53 runs to lead the Bulldogs. 2010: Belted nine round trippers while hitting .344 and collecting 38 RBI.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits.................................................................................................................... 3, 10 times Doubles....................................................................................... 2, Towson, May 05, 2012 Triples............................................................................... 1, George Mason, May 18, 2012 Home runs......................................................................................................... 1, 16 times Total bases.................................................................................. 8, Towson, May 05, 2012 RBI......................................................................................... 4, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Runs scored...................................................................................3, Hofstra, Apr 13, 2012 Walks...........................................2, Ohio, Feb 18, 2012 ; at William & Mary, May 10, 2012 Hit by pitch.......................................................................................................... 1, 5 times Struck out........................................................................4, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012 Sac flies...............................1, George Mason, May 19, 2012 ; vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Sac bunts..........................................................................1, at Northeastern, Apr 22, 2012 At bats................................................................................................................. 6, 5 times Stolen bases........................................................................................................ 1, 6 times Caught stealing...............................................................1, at Georgia State, Apr 28, 2012 Field chances.................................................................... 6, George Mason, May 17, 2012 Putouts............................................................................. 6, George Mason, May 17, 2012 Assists.......................................... 1, St. John’s, Feb 29, 2012 ; at NC State, Jun 03, 2012 .............................................................................................. UNC Asheville, Mar 02, 2012

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SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most times struck out................................................................................ 1st (66 in 2012) Most at bats......................................................................................... t-2nd (264 in 2012) Most games played................................................................................ t-4th (62 in 2012) Most home runs...................................................................................... t-7th (16 in 2012) Most total bases....................................................................................10th (139 in 2012)

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At Albemarle 3A All-State selection in 2009 ... Firstteam All-District ... Two-year starter for Patriots and coach Carroll Bickers ... Team MVP after setting school records in home runs and RBI. Personal Full name: Tyler Francis Molinaro ... Born Sept. 16, 1990, in Charlottesville, Va. ... Son of Lisa and Geoff Molinaro.


meet the Seahawks 13 • blaze tart

RHP • RS-Junior • 6-4/215 Durham, N.C./Pendleton Prep [Fla.]  tart’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2010 17.18 0 1 6 2011 3.24 2 0 13 TOTAL 4.62 2 1 19 2012 (Red-shirt) Missed season following arm surgery midway through 2011. 2011 (Sophomore) Became UNCW’s top pitcher before elbow injury curtailed season at midpoint ... Owned 2-0 record and tied for bullpen lead with five saves ... Pitched in 13 games, making three starts ... Opponents hit just .202 against him ... Finished with 23 strikeouts in 33 in-

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nings ... Struck out career-high eight in five-inning relief stint at George Mason (3/26) in picking up win ... Tossed complete game in just second career start against William & Mary (4/16).

cluded 2009 season ranked seventh nationally by Maxpreps.com ... Earned All-Conference honors his sophomore season ... Later earned All-State honors as a junior ... Served as Panthers’ closer and recorded nine saves and compiled a 1.20 ERA in 20 innings as a junior ... 2010 (Freshman) Pitched in six games. Allowed just eight hits and five walks while striking out 41 ... Compiled 9-0 At Pendleton Prep mark and 1.26 ERA his senior season Selected by Boston Red Sox in 33rd as Panthers compiled 33-1 mark ... round of MLB Draft ... Pendleton con- Struck out 39 in 35.2 innings ... Played

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in Florida Athletic Coaches Association Classic. Personal Full name: Willie Blaze Tart ... Born April 21, 1991, in Greensboro, N.C. ... Son of Marlene Hankins and Willie Brent Tart.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched...............................................................9.0, William & Mary, Apr 16, 2011 Walks allowed....................................................................... 3, Jacksonville, Feb 20, 2011 Strikeouts......................................................................8, at George Mason, Mar 26, 2011 Batters faced...................................................................34, William & Mary, Apr 16, 2011 Field chances....................................................................................................... 1, 5 times Putouts......................................1, Delaware, Apr 09, 2011 ; William & Mary, Apr 16, 2011 ............................................................................................Morehead State, Feb 27, 2010 Assists..................................................... 1, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 ; Elon, May 05, 2010 Runners CS................................................................................1, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 ALL-TIME RANKINGS Most saves.......................................................................................................... t-15th (5) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most saves............................................................................................. t-10th (5 in 2011)

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meet the Seahawks 19 • kelly secrest LHP • Junior • 6-0/210 Mt. Airy, N.C./North Davidson  secrest’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2011 5.68 2 1 28 2012 2.12 5 2 30 TOTAL 3.09 7 3 58 2012 (Sophomore) Led Seahawks with 30 appearances on the season, including three starts … Led bullpen with 5-2 record … Recorded lone save against JMU (3/11) … Earned win with three innings of one-hit relief at TCU (4/5) … Had four relief appearances of three or more innings … Struck out career-high 12 batters in career-long 5.1 innings of relief against Elon … Fanned seven consecutive batters in that outing and tied UNCW record for strikeouts

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by a reliever, set by Allen Flood in 2007 against Northeastern … Earned win over Delaware (5/26, G2) in CAA Championship … Led staff with 2.12 ERA and held opponents to .193 batting average … In conference play, he went 2-1 with 1.71 ERA and opp. Avg. of .186. 2011 (Freshman) Tied for staff lead with 28 appearances ... Tied for second in the CAA in appearances ... Went 2-1 with wins over North

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Preseason All-CAA

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IP 19.0 51.0 70.0

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R 13 14 27

ER 12 12 24

BB 13 17 30

SO 20 45 65

Florida (3/15) and NC State (4/13) ... Personal Struck out season-high three against Full name: Kelly Wayne Secrest ... Born William & Mary (4/15). on Sept. 13, 1991, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Carol Essick and Ricky At North Davidson Secrest. Lettered his junior and senior seasons for coach Mike Meadows, a former Seahawk (1986-87) ... Earned All- Central Piedmont Conference honors his junior and senior seasons.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched................................................................................5.1, Elon, Apr 25, 2012 Walks allowed...................................................................................................... 2, 6 times Strikeouts.........................................................................................12, Elon, Apr 25, 2012 Batters faced....................................................................................16, Elon, Apr 25, 2012 Field chances.......................... 2, Hofstra, Apr 13, 2012 ; at James Madison, Apr 29, 2011 Assists.................................... 2, Hofstra, Apr 13, 2012 ; at James Madison, Apr 29, 2011 Runners CS.......................................................................................................... 1, 6 times SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS: Most appearances.................................................................................. t-8th (30 in 2012) Most appearances................................................................................ t-13th (28 in 2011)

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meet the Seahawks 20 • josh abshire C/OF • Junior • 6-1/175 Wake Forest, N.C./Wakefield  Abshire’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2011 .080 16 7 25 2012 .167 22 8 30 TOTAL .127 38 15 55 2012 (Sophomore) Played in 22 games, starting eight … Opened season with two hits and scored twice against Ohio (2/17) … Saw time in outfield (seven starts) as well as catcher. 2011 (Freshman) Played in 16 games, making seven starts, all behind the plate ... Scored four runs.

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At Wakefield Team captain ... First-team All-State ... Also first-team All-Cap 7 ... Named MVP at Bobby Murray Tournament ... Team MVP as a senior ... Also honored as Offensive Player-of-the-Year ... Played in East-West and North Carolina-South Carolina All-Star games in 2010 ... Set school single season records for runs (35) and batting average (.446) ... Finished with .357 career batting average ... Lettered his final three seasons for

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2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 2 0 2

BB 5 5 10

SO SB ATT 9 1 1 7 2 2 16 3 3

Wolverines ... Played for Impact Baseball Dirtbags at WWBA Championships in Ft. Myers, Fla., and East Cobb, Ga. Personal Full name: Joshua Curtis Abshire ... Born on April 1, 1992, in Rocky Mount, N.C. ... Son of Edy and Les Abshire ... Father was a catcher at NC State (1986-87).

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits.................................................................................................... 2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 Doubles...................................1, at NC State, Jun 03, 2012 ; East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Total bases............................................ 2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 ; at NC State, Jun 03, 2012 ................................................................................................East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 RBI......................................... 1, Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 ; East Carolina, Mar 29, 2011 Runs scored....................................................................................... 2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 Walks............................................. 2, at Georgia State, Apr 27, 2012 ; Elon, May 03, 2011 Hit by pitch................... 1, East Carolina, Apr 03, 2012 ; Coll. of Charleston, Mar 20, 2012 Struck out........................2, at Texas Christian, Apr 06, 2012 ; Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 .............................................................................................. UNC Asheville, Mar 04, 2012 Sac bunts........................................................................................... 1, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 At bats................................................. 4, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 ; Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 .............................................................................................. UNC Asheville, Mar 04, 2012 Stolen bases.................... 1, at Ole Miss, Feb 24, 2012 ; Coll. of Charleston, Mar 20, 2012 ............................................................................................................. Elon, May 03, 2011 Field chances...................................................................... 15, Jacksonville, Feb 20, 2011 Putouts............................................................................... 14, Jacksonville, Feb 20, 2011 Assists......................................................................... 3, at James Madison, Apr 30, 2011 Runners CS.................................................................. 3, at James Madison, Apr 30, 2011

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meet the Seahawks 22 • ryan mayhew RHP • Sophomore • 6-0/180 Clemmons, N.C./West Forsyth  mayhew’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2012 0.00 0 0 1 TOTAL 0.00 0 0 1

2012 (Freshman) Made one appearance … Struck out two in hitless inning of relief at Delaware (3/16).

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Batted .372 with 24 RBI and 27 runs scored ... Finished prep career with 20-5 record ... Struck out 255 in 140 innings while fashioning 1.90 ERA ... Earned Bronze Medal and Gold medal in North At West Forsyth Carolina State games in 2009 and 2010, All-Central Piedmont Conference selec- respectively. tion in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... Helped Titans to CPC titles in 2009 and 2010 Summer Baseball ... Two-way talent for Titans and coach Helped Canes North to 2009 U16 World Randy Pope ... Posted 7-3 record with Wood Bat National Championship. 2.01 ERA ... Fanned 97 in 51 innings ...

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SV 0 0

IP 1.0 1.0

Personal Full name: Ryan Austin Mayhew ... Born April 14, 2011, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Diane and Les Mayhew ... Father played baseball at Elon.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched................................................................... 1.0, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Walks allowed........................................................................ 3, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Strikeouts.............................................................................. 2, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Batters faced......................................................................... 6, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 24 • luke dunlap OF • Sophomore • 5-11/180 Walnut Cove, N.C./East Forsyth  dunlap’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .333 5 0 6 TOTAL .333 5 0 6

2012 (Freshman) Saw action in five games, all off the bench … Went 2-for-6 with both hits going for extra bases … Homered in first career at-bat at Delaware (3/16) … Also doubled in run against Towson. At East Forsyth Four-year starter for Eagles ... Fourtime All-Piedmont Triad Conference selection ... Three-time All-County honoree ... County Rookie-of-the-Year

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... All-State and All-Region his senior season ... North Carolina/South Carolina Classic candidate ... Team MVP as senior ... Hit .482 with 11 doubles and eight home runs and knocked in 26 runs ... Finished career with .416 batting average, 30 home runs and 101 RBI ... Started in centerfield and batted leadoff for all but one game in four seasons ... Helped Eagles to State 3A championship series ... East Forsyth won conference titles in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

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2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 3 3

BB 0 0

SO SB ATT 0 0 0 0 0 0

Personal Full name: James Luke Dunlap ... Born Jan. 18, 1993, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Sandy and Darrell Dunlap.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits................................................. 1, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 ; Towson, May 06, 2012 Doubles....................................................................................... 1, Towson, May 06, 2012 Home runs............................................................................. 1, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Total bases............................................................................ 4, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 RBI......................................................................................... 2, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Runs scored........................................................................... 1, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 At bats................................................................................... 2, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Field chances....................................................................... 2, Old Dominion, Apr 01, 2012 Putouts................................................................................ 2, Old Dominion, Apr 01, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 26 • justin livengood

RHP • Senior • 6-3/210 Winston-Salem, N.C./Ledford (Cape Fear CC)  livengood’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App GS 2012 9.00 0 0 9 0 TOTAL 9.00 0 0 9 0

CG SHO CBO 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 8.0 8.0

H 13 13

R ER BB 11 8 5 11 8 5

SO 9 9

FYI ... Prior to last season, Justin had not played baseball since his junior year in high school. He walked onto the team in the fall of 2011. 2012 (Junior) Returned to baseball for first time since high school … Walked on and earned spot in bullpen … Made nine appearances … Keyed UNCW’s CAA-title winning game with 2.1 innings of no-hit, shutout baseball against Delaware (5/26) … Struck out two in one inning of work against Sacred Heart in NCAA Regional (6/2) … Struck out the side against Charleston Southern (5/15).

At Ledford Two-year starter for Panthers and coach Chris Adams ... Team MVP as senior after posting 10-0 record with a 1.01 ERA and three saves ... Helped Panthers to Central Carolina Conference tournament championships in 2007 and 2008 ... 2A All-State selection in 2008 ... Earned All-CCC honors in 2007 and 2008.

Personal Full name: Justin Scott Livengood ... Born March 2, 1990, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Lynn and Tony Livengood.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched.................................................................. 2.1, vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Walks allowed....................................................................... 2, vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Strikeouts................................................................3, Charleston Southern, May 15, 2012 Batters faced...................................................................... 10, vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Field chances........................1, UNC Asheville, Mar 04, 2012 ; vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Assists..................................1, UNC Asheville, Mar 04, 2012 ; vs Delaware, May 26, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 28 • mat batts

Preseason All-CAA

LHP • RS-Junior • 6-0/200 Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor (Western Carolina)  batts’ Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2012 3.04 6 5 16 TOTAL 3.04 6 5 16

GS 16 16

CG SHO CBO 2 0 0 2 0 0

SV IP 0 100.2 0 100.2

H 109 109

R ER BB 50 34 20 50 34 20

SO 90 90

FYI ... Mat is a contributing writer for Atlanta Braves fan website TomahawkTake.com. He is majoring in english and creative writing. 2012 (RS-Sophomore) Third-team All-CAA … Also earned CAA All-Tournament honors … Finished second in league with 3.04 ERA … Third in CAA in innings pitched (100.2) … Tied for league lead with 90 strikeouts … Led circuit with 16 starts … CAA Pitcher-ofthe-Week (2/21) after seven innings of no-hit baseball against Ohio … Struck out seven or more batters on seven occasions … Fanned 10 in complete game win at Northeastern (4/21) … Struck out career-

At Mount Tabor Four-year letterwinner ... Named to Forsyth All-County team during all four years at Mount Tabor ... Earned All-Central At Western Carolina (Fresh.) Piedmont Conference honors during his Made 20 appearances, including three final three years at Mount Tabor ... Also starts ... Fashioned 3-1 mark and 4.44 earned the Forsyth County Tournament ERA ... Struck out 27 in 24 1/3 innings ... MVP, Player and Pitcher-of-the-Year afStruck out four in three innings and picked ter helping lead Spartans to CPC regular up win against SIU-Edwardsville ... Also season and tournament championships ... picked up wins against UNC Asheville and Earned first team All-State honors during New York Tech. his senior season ... Set a school record high 11 in complete game win over Delaware (5/25) in CAA tournament … Threw at least six innings in 12-of-16 starts.

after throwing a perfect game and a nohitter in consecutive games during his senior season ... USA Baseball U16 Team trails finalist ... Played in 2008 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars. Personal Full name: Harrison Mathis Batts ... Born on July 6, 1991, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Monica and Jim Batts ... Father attended UNCW.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched................9.0, at Northeastern, Apr 21, 2012 ; vs Delaware, May 25, 2012 Walks allowed........................................................................ 4, at Delaware, Mar 17, 2012 Strikeouts........................................................................... 11, vs Delaware, May 25, 2012 Batters faced...................................................................... 36, vs Delaware, May 25, 2012 Field chances............................................................................... 4, Towson, May 05, 2012 Putouts........................................................................................ 2, Towson, May 05, 2012 Assists................................... 2, at Texas Christian, Apr 06, 2012 ; Towson, May 05, 2012 ............................................................................................. George Mason, May 18, 2012 Runners CS.......................................................................................................... 1, 5 times ALL-TIME RANKINGS Most strikeouts/9 inn game..............................................................................16th (8.05) Lowest earned run avg......................................................................................19th (3.04) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most games started................................................................................ t-5th (16 in 2012) Most hits allowed...............................................................................t-10th (109 in 2012) Most strikeouts........................................................................................11th (90 in 2012) Most innings pitched.......................................................................t-18th (100.2 in 2012)

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meet the Seahawks 30 • ricky holden

RHP • Junior • 6-3/200 Rockingham, N.C./Richmond Senior  holden’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2011 17.55 0 1 6 2012 2.28 3 0 26 TOTAL 3.82 3 1 32 2012 (Sophomore) Made 26 appearances, with two starts and 24 out of the bullpen … Fashioned shutout streak of 26.2 innings, all in relief … Posted 3-0 mark and 2.28 ERA including 1.17 mark in CAA play … Tied for team-lead with four saves … Held opponents to .225 batting average overall and .200 against league opponents … Had eight relief outings of three or more innings pitched … Tossed career-long 7.1 innings out of the bullpen at VCU

GS 1 2 3

CG SHO CBO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 4 4

IP 6.2 59.1 66.0

(3/24) … Held Rams scoreless during that stint … Fanned career-high four on two occasions, at William & Mary (5/10) and Charleston Southern (5/15).

all-conference his junior and senior seasons ... Went 5-4 with a 2.12 ERA his senior season ... Struck out 95 batters in 55 innings ... Finished career with Raiders with 19-8 mark and 270 strike2011 (Freshman) outs in 170 innings and a 1.55 ERA ... Made six appearances, including one Struck out career-high 15 against rival start ... Went 0-1 with 17.55 ERA ... Pinecrest ... Played at same high school Struck out seven in 6 2/3 innings. as former UNCW standout Brad Denson (2001-04). At Richmond Senior MSEC Player-of-the-Year ... Also named

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched...........................................................................7.1, at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Walks allowed...................................................................................................... 2, 6 times Strikeouts......... 4, at William & Mary, May 10, 2012 ; Charleston Southern, May 15, 2012 Batters faced...............................................................................28, at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Field chances....................................................................................................... 2, 4 times Putouts......................................................................... 2, at North Carolina, May 08, 2012 Assists........................................... 2, at Ole Miss, Feb 26, 2012 ; St. John’s, Feb 29, 2012 ..........................................................................................................at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 Runners CS......................................................................1, James Madison, Mar 10, 2012 SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most saves............................................................................................. t-14th (4 in 2012)

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R 14 15 29

ER BB 13 3 15 15 28 18

SO 7 30 37

Personal Full name: Ricky Lee Holden ... Born Sept. 2, 1991, in Rockingham, N.C. ... Son of Michelle and Bruce Holden.


meet the Seahawks 31 • justin manning C/INF • Sophomore • 5-11/180 Raleigh, N.C./Holly Springs  manning’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .000 3 1 5 TOTAL .000 3 1 5

2012 (Freshman) Saw action in three games … Made one start as designated hitter against JMU (3/10).

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honoree ... Team MVP his freshman and senior seasons ... Four-year starter for Golden Hawks and coach Rod Whitesell ... Hit .350 with two home runs and 30 RBI his senior season ... Also went 10-1 At Holly Springs with 1.75 ERA ... Finished prep career as 4A All-State honoree .... Helped Golden school’s all-time leader in home runs, Hawks to first 4A State title ... Three- doubles and RBI ... Holly Springs went time Tri-9 All-Conference selection ... 78-24, including 27-2 mark in 2011, Also four-time academic all-conference during his career.

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2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

BB 0 0

SO SB ATT 1 0 0 1 0 0

Personal Full name: Justin Manning ... Born April 19, 1993, in Apex, N.C. ... Son of Carol and Bill Manning.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Struck out................................................................................1, at Ole Miss, Feb 25, 2012 At bats.............................................................................3, James Madison, Mar 10, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 33 • drew farber

C • Junior • 6-1/210 Bethesda, Md/St. John’s College  farber’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2011 .254 24 17 59 2012 .277 55 53 177 TOTAL .271 79 70 236 2012 (Sophomore) Took over catching reigns and started 53-of-55 games played … Had 10 multiple-hit games, including three 3-hit games … Led CAA with 18 sac bunts, second all-time at UNCW … Collected four hits and knocked in five runs against Sacred Heart in NCAA Regional (6/2). 2011 (Freshman) Appeared in 12 games, making 10

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H 15 49 64

2B 1 6 7

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI 9 34 43

BB 5 27 32

SO SB ATT 21 0 0 38 4 11 59 4 11

starts ... Hit .324 (12-37) with a home stolen bases ... Second-team All-Atlan- Son of Donna and Michael Farber. run against CAA pitching ... Scored five tic Region selection as a senior ... Also runs and knocked in six in conference earned first-team WCAC All-Conference place. honors his junior and senior seasons ... Second-team All-Met honoree ... Helped At St. John’s College Cadets to 23-4 record in 2010 ... Played Lettered his final three seasons with for Bethesda Big Train of the Cal Ripken the Cadets ... Hit .388 with three hom- Collegiate League. ers and 28 RBI his senior season ... As a junior he batted .420 and knocked Personal in 23 runs ... Stole 15 bases his junior Full name: Andrew Scott Farber ... Born season and finished prep career with 24 on Nov. 24, 1991, in Silver Spring, Md. ...

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits..................................................................................4, vs Sacred Heart, Jun 02, 2012 Doubles......................................................................................... 2, at VCU, Mar 23, 2012 Home runs..................1, vs Sacred Heart, Jun 02, 2012 ; at George Mason, Mar 26, 2011 Total bases......................................................................7, vs Sacred Heart, Jun 02, 2012 RBI...................................................................................5, vs Sacred Heart, Jun 02, 2012 Runs scored......................................................................................................... 2, 8 times Walks................................................................................................................... 2, 7 times Hit by pitch.......................2, at East Carolina, Apr 19, 2011 ; Old Dominion, Mar 31, 2012 Struck out.................................................................................3, at Towson, Mar 20, 2011 Sac flies..................................................................................3, at Campbell, Apr 05, 2011 Sac bunts...................................................... 2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 ; at VCU, Mar 24, 2012 At bats................................................................................................................. 5, 7 times Stolen bases....................................................................2, James Madison, Mar 10, 2012 Caught stealing................................................................................................... 1, 7 times Field chances....................................................................................19, Elon, Apr 25, 2012 Putouts.............................................................................................19, Elon, Apr 25, 2012 Assists................................ 3, at Campbell, Apr 05, 2011 ; James Madison, Mar 10, 2012 ..........................................................................................................at Elon, Mar 27, 2012 Runners CS................................................................................2, at Hofstra, Apr 22, 2011 SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most sacrifice hits.................................................................................... 2nd (18 in 2012) Most putouts.........................................................................................20th (349 in 2012)

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meet the Seahawks 34 • christian macdonald LHP • Junior • 6-4/210 Virginia Beach, Va./Greenbrier Academy  macdonald’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App GS 2011 10.29 0 0 8 0 2012 9.53 1 0 14 0 TOTAL 9.82 1 0 22 0 2012 (Sophomore) Appeared in 14 games, all in relief for Seahawks ... Earned first career win against Charleston Southern (4/11) ... Limited Bucaneers to a run on three hits in career-long 2.1 innings ... Struck out season-high two on two occassions. 2011 (Freshman) Made eight relief appearances for the Seahawks ... Did not record a decision ... Struck out seven in seven innings ...

Posted 10.29 ERA. At Greenbrier Academy Earned VISAA second-team All-State honors ... Second-team All-Tidewater Conference ... Helped Gators to pair of 1A State Championships ... Tossed four-hit, nine-strikeout performance in clinching game against Cape Henry in 2010 ... Played in North Carolina-Virginia All-Star Classic ... Played on varsity for three seasons, lettering twice ...

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SV 0 0 0

IP 7.0 11.1 18.1

H 14 20 34

R ER BB 9 8 2 15 12 6 24 20 8

SO 7 8 15

Pitched for former Major Leaguer Gary Lavelle. Personal Full name: Christian Lee MacDonald ... Born February 26, 1992, in Virginia Beach, Va. ... Son of Gwen and George MacDonald ... Father played golf at South Carolina.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched..................................................2.1, at Charleston Southern, Apr 11, 2012 Walks allowed.......................................2, Ohio, Feb 17, 2012 ; vs Vanderbilt, Jun 1, 2012 Strikeouts............................................................................. 3, Jacksonville, Feb 18, 2011 Batters faced......................................................10, at Charleston Southern, Apr 11, 2012 Field chances...................................................................2, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012 Assists.............................................................................2, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 35 • jack lane

RHP • Senior • 6-10/245 Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell  lane’s Career Statistics Year ERA W L App 2009 5.03 0 0 12 2011 5.08 1 0 26 2012 4.05 3 0 27 TOTAL 4.76 4 0 65

2012 (Junior) Appeared in 27 games, all in relief … Earned wins against College of Charleston (3/20), at VCU (3/23) and George Mason (5/18) … Credited with save against JMU (3/9) … Struck out two in a perfect inning of relief at TCU (4/5) … Had string of 13 consecutive appearances (8.1 IP) without allowing a run … Also fashioned streak of 8.2 innings of scoreless relief covering six games.

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2011 (Sophomore) Made 26 appearances out of the bullpen for the Seahawks ... Picked up win against Elon (3/1) with five strikeouts in 2 2/3 shutout innings ... Went a careerlong six innings against George Mason (3/25) ... Finished with 22 strikeouts in 28 1/3 innings. 2010 Did not play.

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IP 19.2 28.1 20.0 68.0

2009 (Freshman) Appeared in 12 games, making two starts ... Struck out 17 in 19 2/3 innings ... Struck out season-high three on three different occasions. At Hopewell Earned All-MECA 7 Conference honors ... Also named to All-Mecklenburg County squad ... Helped Titans to third round of 4A State tournament ... Tabbed as Top-10 prospect at Atlantic Coast

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Innings pitched...........................................................6.0, at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 Walks allowed.....................................................................................3, Elon, Apr 14, 2009 Strikeouts...................................................................................... 5, at Elon, Mar 01, 2011 Batters faced.................... 22, NC Central, Apr 28, 2009 ; at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 Field chances....................................................................................................... 2, 4 times Putouts................................................................................................................ 1, 5 times Assists.................................... 2, William & Mary, Apr 17, 2011 ; NC Central, Apr 28, 2009 ..........................................................................................at George Mason, Mar 25, 2011 Runners CS.......................................................................................................... 1, 4 times ALL-TIME RANKINGS Most appearances................................................................................................ 19th (65) SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS Most appearances................................................................................ t-19th (27 in 2012)

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SO 17 22 12 51

Top Prospect Showcase ... Fashioned 6-1 mark and 0.95 ERA in 36 2/3 innings his senior season. Personal Full name: Jackson Woodard Lane ... Born on April 17, 1990, in Tampa, Fla. ... Son of Dana Peck and George Lane.


meet the Seahawks 39 • matt keeler

INF • Senior • 5-11/188 Davidson, N.C./Cannon (Wingate)  keeler’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .259 16 5 27 TOTAL .259 16 5 27

2012 (Junior) Played in 16 games, started five … Doubled at Delaware (3/16) in pinchhitting role … Singled twice and walked at Northeastern (4/22) … Had pinch-hit single against Delaware in CAA Tournament (5/26).

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At Cannon Four-year letterwinner for Cougars and coach Rod Rachal ... Went 10-0 on the mound his senior season and helped Cougars to 3A State tournament for first time ... Also hit .509 with four home runs and 26 RBI ... Three-time All-MAC selection NCISAA All-State in 2007 At Wingate (Freshman) and 2008 ... MVP of 2008 State Games Hit .292 and scored 15 runs in 29 games ... Played in 2008 East/West All-Star for Bulldogs in 2009. game ... Finished career with .470 batting average ... Cougars won conference

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HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

BB 5 5

SO SB ATT 2 1 1 2 1 1

championship in 2007 and 2008. Personal Full name: Matthew Alan Keeler ... Born Jan. 10, 1990, in Charlotte, N.C. ... Son of Barbara and David Keeler ... Father David played baseball at Rochester Inst. of Technology.

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits...................................................................................2, at Northeastern, Apr 22, 2012 Doubles................................................................................. 1, at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Total bases..........................2, at Northeastern, Apr 22, 2012 ; at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 Runs scored................................................................................. 1, Towson, May 06, 2012 Walks........................................................................................... 2, Towson, May 06, 2012 Struck out...............1, at Texas Christian, Apr 06, 2012 ; at William & Mary, May 11, 2012 At bats..............................................................................4, at Northeastern, Apr 22, 2012 Stolen bases..................................................................... 1, George Mason, May 19, 2012 Field chances............................................................................... 4, Towson, May 06, 2012 Putouts......................................2, at Northeastern, Apr 22, 2012 ; Towson, May 06, 2012 Assists................................... 2, at Texas Christian, Apr 07, 2012 ; Towson, May 06, 2012

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meet the Seahawks 40 • corey dick

Preseason All-CAA Honorable Mention

INF • Sophomore • 6-0/245 Albemarle, N.C./Albemarle  dick’s Career Statistics Year AVG GP GS AB 2012 .302 58 50 179 TOTAL .302 58 50 179

2012 (Freshman) Louisville Slugger Freshman AllAmerica … Also earned second-team NCBWA Freshman All-America honors … Earned CAA All-Rookie honors … Started 50-of58 games for Seahawks … CAA Rookie-of-the-Week (4/30) … Belted first career homer at Delaware (3/18) … Also homered at TCU (4/5), at East Carolina (4/17), at Northeastern (4/21), at Georgia State (4/27, 28), George Mason (5/18) and versus Sacred

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Heart (NCAA, 6/2) … Finished with 16 multi-hit games, including four-hit outing against Towson (5/5) … Also drove in multiple runs on nine occasions, including season-high five at ECU (4/17) … Longest hitting streak was five games (.471, 8/17). At Ablemarle 1A All-State selection his junior and senior seasons ... Stanly County Playerof-the-Year his as a junior and senior

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2B 11 11

3B 1 1

HR 8 8

RBI 35 35

... All-Yadkin Valley Conference selection his final three seasons ... Four-year letterman for Bulldogs and coaches Jamie Kimrey and John McConologue ... Helped Bulldogs to back-to-back Yadkin valley Conference championships and four consecutive trips to state tournament ... Finished prep career as state-leader with 168 RBI ... Set Stanly County record with 44 career home runs, also a school-record ... Hit .605 his senior season with 18 home runs

SINGLE-GAME career HIGHS Hits.............................................................................................. 4, Towson, May 05, 2012 Doubles.................................... 2, at Georgia State, Apr 28, 2012 ; Towson, May 05, 2012 Triples................................................................................... 1, vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Home runs........................................................................................................... 1, 8 times Total bases......................................................................8, at Georgia State, Apr 28, 2012 RBI....................................................................................5, at East Carolina, Apr 17, 2012 Runs scored................................................................................. 3, Towson, May 05, 2012 Walks...............................................................................3, at Georgia State, Apr 29, 2012 Hit by pitch............................1, UNC Asheville, Mar 02, 2012 ; at Delaware, Mar 16, 2012 ................................................................................................. vs Delaware, May 26, 2012 Struck out.......................................................................................................... 2, 10 times Sac bunts....................... 1, vs Sacred Heart, Jun 02, 2012 ; George Mason, May 17, 2012 ............................................................................................. George Mason, May 19, 2012 At bats................................................................................................................. 5, 4 times Caught stealing...............................................................1, at Georgia State, Apr 27, 2012 Field chances.........................................................................10, at Ole Miss, Feb 25, 2012 Putouts....................................................................................9, at Ole Miss, Feb 25, 2012 Assists......................................... 1, at Ole Miss, Feb 25, 2012 ; at Ole Miss, Feb 26, 2012

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SO SB ATT 45 0 1 45 0 1

and 54 RBI ... Played in State Game of North Carolina in 2010 and 2011 ... Participated in 2010 Futures Game ... Also played in 2010 American League AllStar contest ... Won home run derby at All-Star game. Personal Full name: Corey Edward Dick ... Born July 22, 1992, in Albemarle, N.C. ... Son of Angela and Doug Dick.


Newcomers 7 • steven linkous inF • Freshman • 6-0/165 leland, n.c. • n. Brunswick at north Brunswick: Four-year starter for Scorpions and Coach Randy Fennell ... 2A All-State selection in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... MVP his senior season … Earned All-Waccamaw Conference honors in 2009-12 ... 2010 North Brunswick Player-of-the-Year ... Wilmington Star News All-Area selection in 2011, 12 ... Stole 30 bases while hitting .458 his senior season … Helped Scorpions to 2011 Sectional title ... NBHS was ranked in state top-10 in 2010 ... Hit .430 in 2011 with 23 runs scored and 15 stolen bases ... As a sophomore in 2010, batted .485, scored 26 runs and knocked in 20. summer Baseball: Played for Coaches Daniel Rabon and Fletcher Bates with Post 68 and Rock Solid, respectively ... Participated in 2011 Powerade Underclassmen State Games … Helped Wilmington Post 10 to North Carolina State Legion title in 2012. Personal: Full Name: Steven Andrew Linkous ... Born September 28, 1994, in Wilmington, N.C. ... Son of Meg and Andy Linkous … Sister, Kate, played softball at UNC Pembroke.

8 • Joe Bertone OF • Freshman • 6-0/205 Huntersville, n.c. • Hopewell at Hopewell: Three-year starter for Titans and Coach Chet Greeson ... As a senior, hit .414 with nine doubles, four triples and three homers while scoring 21 runs and knocking in 19 … Hit seven home runs in 2011 ... Hit .444 with two home runs and 15 runs scored in 2010 ... Helped Titans to I-Meck Conference championships in 2009 and 2010 ... Titans were ranked 26th among 4A schools in North Carolina … Finished prep career with 12 home runs … Same high school as teammate Jack Lane.

16 • Gavin stupienski c • Freshman • 6-2/210 columbus, n.J. • Hun school at Hun school: Two-year starter for Coach Bill McQuade and Raiders ... Missed senior season with shoulder injury … Hit .370, scored 25 runs and stole 10 bases in 2011 ... Star Ledger SecondTeam All-State in 2011 ... Trenton Times and Trentonion FirstTeam All-Area in 2011 ... Helped Raiders to New Jersey State Prep A Championship ... Batted .340 with 12 RBI and six stolen bases … Also played football. summer Baseball: Hit .380 with 20 runs scored, 20 knocked in and stole 10 bases for coach Tom Dolan and Bordentown Post 26 ... Helped Post 26 to state championship game ... Played in Perfect Game Northeast Showcase ... Also played in Mid-Atlantic Showcase with All-Star Baseball Academy ... Played in ASBA North Carolina Showcase … Hit .434 during summer legion baseball … Knocked in 28 runs. Personal: Full Name: Gavin Raymond Stupienski ... Born on March 12, 1994, in Princeton, N.J. ... Son of Susan and Raymond Stupienski ... Father played baseball for Rutgers (‘80-’83) ... Brother Russell plays baseball at St. Peter’s.

18 • Jared Gesell rHP • Freshman • 6-4/195 High Point, n.c. • High Point christian at High Point christian: Four-year starter for Cougars and Coach Corey Gesell ... Helped Cougars to 2A State title in 2009 and semifi nals in 2010 and 2011 ... Earned All-Piedmont Athletic Conference honors in 2010 and 2011 ... Conference offensive player-of-the-year in 2010 ... Two-way player for Cougars ... Hit .419 and scored 27 runs in 2010, also went 3-0 with 1.94 ERA in 22 innings in 2010 ... Knocked in 30 runs while hitting .317 in 2011 ... Went 1-1 with 27 strikeouts in 24 innings same season … Hit .329 and went 4-1 with a 2.30 ERA his fi nal season … Also played basketball and football.

Summer Baseball: Played for SBA Hurricanes 2012 and coach Jake Robbins ... Played in 2011 18u Perfect Game World Championships where he hit .467 with fi ve doubles ... Also played in summer Baseball: Played for Coach Chris Scott and Yak East Baseball ... Played for Canes 2010 Battle of the Border Showcase between North and South Carolina. at 2010 Perfect Game Championships in East Cobb ... Also played at East Cobb with Yak in 2011 ... Participated at Perfect Game Atlantic Showcase and WWBA World Championships ... Personal: Full Name: Joseph Eric Bertone ... Born July 30, 1993, in St. Petersburg, Fla. ... Represented Region V at North Carolina State games … Played with Kansas City Scout team Son of Roz and John Bertone. in Jupiter, Fla.

15 • ryan Foster rHP • Freshman • 6-0/190 advance, n.c. • Davie county at Davie county: All-State selection in 2012 … Central Piedmont Conference Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2011 and 2012 ... Fouryear starter for coach Mike Herndon and War Eagles ... Compiled 9-3 record and 1.30 ERA his senior season … Struck out 96 in 66 innings … Posted 9-2 record with 1.60 ERA in 2011 ... Also struck out 66 and walked just 14 in 65.2 innings ... Helped War Eagles to CPC regular season and tournament titles in each of his fi nal two seasons with the program … Combined 44-7 record in those last two seasons … All-Central Piedmont Conference selection his junior and senior seasons. summer Baseball: Played for Heat Showcase team ... Played in North Carolina State games. Personal: Full Name: Ryan Alister Foster ... Born December 13, 1993, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Son of Kim and Kevin Foster.

Personal: Full Name: Jared Stephen Gesell ... Born on March 20, 1994, in Charlotte, N.C. ... Son of Lisa and Corey Gesell ... Father Corey played baseball at Virginia Tech and George Mason.

21 • christian Wolfe OF • Freshman • 5-9/175 Wilmington, n.c. • ashley at ashley: Four-year letterwinner for coach Brian Stewart (UNCW, ‘87 & ‘88) and Screaming Eagles ... Helped team to Eastern State Championship in 2011 ... Three-time All-Mid-Eastern Conference selection ... Three-time Gold Glove recipient ... Earned Coaches Award in 2012 … Andy Wheeler Award recipient in 2012 … Also earned Wilmington Star News All-Area honors in 2011 and 2012 ... Hit .292, scored 22 runs and stole seven bases as a freshman (2009) ... Limited in sophomore year due to injury, but hit 333 and scored 15 runs in 2010 ... Stole 12 bases and scored 32 runs in 2011, helping Ashley to state 4A fi nals … Hit .364 in fi nal season at Ashley and scored 25 runs … Also played basketball at Ashley. summer Baseball: Played for Coach Doug Collins on Cane Baseball South 2012 team ... Played in South Atlantic Border Battle tournament … Helped Wilmington Post 10 to North Carolina State Legion title in 2012 … MVP of State legion tournament. Personal: Full Name: Christian L. Wolfe ... Born June 8, 1994, in Wilmington, N.C. ... Son of Amy and Jeff Wolfe.

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Newcomers 27 Will shepley lHP • Freshman • 6-1/185 Winston-salem, n.c. • salisbury school

36 evan Phillips rHP • Freshman • 6-1/210 clayton, n.c. • clayton Selected by Kansas City Royals in 33rd round of 2012 MLB Draft

At R.J. Reynolds/Salisbury School (Conn.): Pitched two seasons At Clayton: Three-year starter for Coach Stacey Houser and Comfor R.J. Reynolds before fi nishing prep career at Salisbury in 2012 ets ... Greater Neuse Conference Pitcher-of-the-Year in 2012 … … Earned All-Central Piedmont Conference honors his junior seaTossed no-hitter against Smithfi eld-Selma his senior season … son at Reynolds … Also earned All-Conference honors at SalisHelped lead Comets to conference title in 2011 ... Earned Allbury in 2012 … Helped Salisbury to 23-0 record in 2012 and No. GNRC honors in 2011 and 2012 ... Twice earned conference All1 ranking in Northeast and 28th nationally by Perfectgame.org … Went 7-0 with 0.46 ERA … Academic honors ... Concluded varsity career with 14-4 record and 1.20 ERA in 140 innings … Struck out 64 and walked just fi ve in 39 innings for the Knights … Tossed perfect game and Went 5-2 with 109 strikeouts in 61 innings his senior season … Owned 7-3 record and a save added a one-hitter and two-hitter … Salisbury earned WNEPBL regular season and tournament in 2011 ... Posted 1.43 ERA and fanned 55 in 60 innings as a junior. championships … Also played ice hockey. Summer Baseball: Played in American Legion All-Star game, representing Post 55 in summer of 2012. Personal: Full Name: William Thomas Shepley … Born May 17, 1993, in Grand Rapids, Mich. … Son of Edie Murphy and Bill Shepley.

29 Nick Monroe rHP • Freshman • 6-4/245 mebane, n.c. • eastern alamance

Baseball Played for Canes Baseball and coach Jeff Petty ... Played in World Wood Summer Baseball: Bat Championships in East Cobb and Jupiter ... Also pitcher in North Carolina State games ... Participated at East Coast Professional Showcase in Lakeland, Fla. Personal Full Name: Evan John Phillips ... Born on September 11, 1994, in Salisbury, Md. Personal: ...Son of Joe and Susanne Phillips & Beth and Shawn Miller … Father (Joe) played baseball at Anne Arundel CC.

37 terence Connelly inF • Freshman • 6-1/190 Garden city, n.Y. • chaminade

At Eastern Alamance: Four-year starter for Eagles and Coach Randy Ballard ... Team MVP in senior year … Helped Eagles to At Chaminade: Three-year starter for Coaches Mike Pienkos and 22-7 record as a senior … Hurled no-hitter in Regional championShaun Manning ... Helped Flyers to NSCHAA title in 2011 and topship his fi nal season … Helped Eagles to Mid-State Conference ranking on Long Island ... All-NSCHSAA selection in 2010, 2011 title in 2011 ... All-State selection at 3A level in 2011 and 2012 and 2012 ... As a senior, hit .441 with 16 doubles, nine triples and ... All-Mid-State Conference selection in 2010 and 2011 ... Midtwo homers … Scored 19 runs and stole seven bases … Batted State Conference Player-of-the-Year in 2011 and 2012 ... Two.437 with 21 runs scored, 18 driven in and stole 12 bases in 2011 way player for Eagles ... As a senior, hit .460 with four homers and 28 RBI … Compiled 11-2 ... Hit .341 with 14 runs scored and nine stolen bases in 2010 record and struck out 129 batters in 2012 … Hit .422 with two home runs and knocked in 24 runs while posting 10-1 mark and posting 1.19 ERA in 2010 ... Followed that with 10 homers … Finished prep career with .413 batting average, 51 runs score, 48 driven in and 28 stolen and .546 batting average in 2011 ... Also went 7-1 and recorded 2.38 ERA ... Fanned 89 in 71 bases … Played on Nassau County All-Star team his senior season. innings in 2011 ... For his prep career, fashioned 35-8 record, struck out 387 batters, hit 20 Summer Baseball: Baseball Played for Shaun Manning and Long Island Storm … Helped Marlins Scout homers and knocked in 96 runs … Also played basketball for Eastern Alamance. Team to second-place fi nish at East Cobb Tournament … Tournament MVP at World Scout Summer Baseball: Played for Coach Doug Collins on Cane Baseball South 2012 team ... Played League in Jupiter, Fla. in South Atlantic Border Battle and WWBA World Championships. Personal: Full Name: Terence George Connelly ... Born March 7, 1994, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Son Personal: Full Name: Nicholas James Monroe ... Born March 6, 1994, in Greenville, S.C. ... Son of Maureen and John Connelly. of Lisa and David Monroe … Brother Zack played baseball at Lenoir-Rhyne College.

32 andy austin inF • Freshman • 6-2/185 salisbury, n.c. • east rowan

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At East Rowan: Two-year starter for Mustangs and Coach Brian Hightower ... Helped Mustangs to State 3A title and top ranking in state in 2010 ... Team was also ranked as high as 21st nationally by USA Today same year ... All-North Piedmont Conference selection in 2010 and 2011 ... Hit .352 with 34 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 2010 ... As a junior, hit .410, stole 10 bases and knocked in 23 runs. Summer Baseball: Participated in North Carolina State games in 2010 and 2011 ... Hit .500 and .300, respectively ... Played for coach Jim Gantt and Rowan Legion. Personal: Full Name: Andy Hunter Austin ... Born March 17, 1994, in Concord, N.C. ... Son of Tracey and Steve Austin.

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upperclassman survey Best Overall Leader Drew Farber (48%)

Also receiving multiple votes

most Likely To Surprise Ryan Foster (29%)

Also receiving multiple votes

Best Work Ethic Dillon Bass (53%)

Also receiving multiple votes

most Likely To Reach mLB Jordan Ramsey (60%)

Also receiving multiple votes

Michael Bass ....................... 24% Mat Batts ............................. 10% Micah Jarrett ....................... 10%

Ryan LaGrange .................... 24% Luke Dunlap ......................... 14% Evan Phillips ........................ 10%

Joe Bertone ......................... 16% Drew Farber ......................... 16% Kelly Secrest ........................ 16%

Tyler Molinaro ...................... 20% Blaze Tart............................. 15% Evan Phillips ........................ 10%

Best Baseball IQ Mat Batts (50%)

fastest Runner Michael Bass (50%)

Overall Strongest Joe Bertone (85%)

most Athletic Michael Bass (62%)

Also receiving multiple votes

Also receiving multiple votes

Also receiving multiple votes

Also receiving multiple votes

Josh Abshire ........................ 15% Justin Manning .................... 15% Michael Bass ....................... 10%

Steven Linkous .................... 45%

Drew Farber ......................... 10%

Tyler Molinaro ...................... 14% William Prince...................... 10%

Best Singer Andy Austin (75%)

Best Dancer Luis Renvill (75%)

funniest Justin Manning (40%)

Best fisherman Christian Wolfe (90%)

Also receiving multiple votes

Kelly Secrest ........................ 20%

Also receiving multiple votes

Joe Bertone ......................... 10%

Also receiving multiple votes

Matt Keeler .......................... 20% Dillon Bass........................... 10% Christian MacDonald ........... 10% Justin Livengood ................. 10%

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20o12 review: Game Summary NCAA Collegiate Baseball Games Summary for UNC Wilmington (as of Nov 21, 2012) (All games)

Score by innings UNC Wilmington Opponents

1 46 32

3 39 28

Record when ... Overall Conference Non-Conference Home games Away games Neutral site Day games Night games vs Left starter vs Right starter 1-Run games 2-Run games 5+Run games Extra innings Shutouts

39-23 24-6 15-17 19-8 16-13 4-2 23-17 16-6 8-5 31-18 8-5 3-8 16-7 3-1 3-5

Scoring 0-2 runs ....... 3-5 runs ....... 6-9 runs ....... 10+ runs

1-12 9-7 15-4 14-0

Opponent 0-2 runs ........ 3-5 runs ........ 6-9 runs ........ 10+ runs

15-1 20-10 4-7 0-5

Scored in 1st inning Opp. scored in 1st Scores first Opp. scores first

21-4 9-8 29-7 10-16

Record when team scores: Runs 0 1 W-L 0-5 0-1

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2 28 17

4 47 43

5 43 31

6 55 36

7 46 24

8 50 37

9 34 24

EX 4 2

Total 392 274

After 6 leading ....... trailing ....... tied After 7 leading ....... trailing ....... tied After 8 leading ....... trailing ....... tied

31-2 1-19 7-2 34-2 0-20 5-1 33-1 0-21 6-1

Hit 0 home runs ... 1 home run ... 2+ home runs

15-14 12-7 12-2

Opponent 0 home runs ........ 1 home run ........ 2+ HRs

27-14 9-7 3-2

Made 0 errors .... 1 error .... 2+ errors

15-7 12-10 12-6

Opp. made 0 errors ......... 1 error ......... 2+ errors

6-9 11-10 22-4

Out-hit opponent Out-hit by opponent Hits are tied

33-5 5-16 1-2

2 1-6

3 1-1

4 4-4

5 4-2

6 2-1

7 8-1

8 3-0

9 2-2

10+ 14-0

Record when opponent scores: Runs 0 1 2 W-L 3-0 5-0 7-1

3 10-3

4 5-3

5 5-4

6 1-2

7 2-1

8 1-4

9 0-0

10+ 0-5

Record when leading after: Inn. 1 2 W-L 18-2 22-2

3 25-2

4 27-2

5 31-1

6 31-2

7 34-2

8 33-1

Record when trailing after: Inn. 1 2 W-L 4-8 6-10

3 6-16

4 5-15

5 3-18

6 1-19

7 0-20

8 0-21

Record when tied after: Inn. 1 2 W-L 17-13 11-11

3 8-5

4 7-6

5 5-4

6 7-2

7 5-1

8 6-1

Current losing streak: 1 Longest winning streak: 7 Longest losing streak: 5 Home attendance : 24937 ( 26 dates avg = 959 ) Away attendance : 54308 ( 33 dates avg = 1645 ) Total attendance: 79245 ( 59 dates avg = 1343 )

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20o12 review: results UNCW Date Opponent (USA/NCBWA) W-Lstreak Score UNCW Pitcher Opp. Pitcher Records Time R-H-E February 17 Ohio W 6-5 (10) Prince (1-0) Backstrom (0-1) 1-0 3:22 6-11-2 18 Ohio L 4-6 McSwain (0-1) Barber (1-0) 1-1 2:50 4-10-1 18 Ohio W 5-2 Holden (1-0) Paliotto (0-1) 2-1 2:58 5-9-1 21 at NC State L1 0-10 Prince (1-1) Ogburn (1-0) 2-2 2:33 0-5-3 24 at Mississippi (25/22) L2 0-2 Batts• (0-1) Wahl• (2-0) 2-3 2:05 0-2-1 25 at Mississippi (25/22) L3 4-6 DeLoach• (0-1) Hively• (1-0) 2-4 2:47 4-9-1 4 26 at Mississippi (25/22) L 5-10 McSwain (0-2) Ellis (1-0) 2-5 2:44 5-6-0 5 29 St. John’s L 0-3 Jones• (0-1) Medina• (1-0) 2-6 2:15 0-3-0 Record: 2-6 • Month Statistics: Bat Avg: .216 • SLG%: .275 • OBA: .306 • SB/ATT: 14/16 • ERA: 4.17 • Opp Bat Avg: .272 • FLD%: .970

May 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 15 17 18 19 23-26 24 25 26 June 1-3 1 2 3

Att.

5-6-3 6-9-3 2-7-0 10-11-0 2-7-2 6-10-1 10-16-1 3-7-0

1,047 --944 966 8,010 9,242 7,029 797

1-4-3 7-10-3 8-16-0 8-8-1 7-10-1 7-14-0 3-8-2 3-7-2 3-10-4 3-5-0 0-9-1 7-12-2 6-10-2 5-14-1 0-4-3 5-9-1 4-6-1 3-9-2

812 1,011 1,201 357 748 714 1,008 307 165 225 265 1,003 334 182 187 449 993 910

4-3 (10) DeLoach (2-2) Ali (1-2) 15-12 (10-2) 3:02 4-8-0 Old Dominion* W3 East Carolina (RV/RV) L 0-5 T. Bradley• (0-1) Hoffman (1-0) 15-13 (10-2) 3:11 0-7-1 at Texas Christian W 7-5 Secrest (1-0) Scharf (2-2) 16-13 (10-2) 2:54 7-11-0 at Texas Christian L1 0-4 Batts• (2-4) Mitchell• (3-2) 16-14 (10-2) 2:20 0-4-3 at Texas Christian L2 2-5 Ramsey• (2-2) Morrison• (4-0) 16-15 (10-2) 2:21 2-7-0 5-4 (10) Timoney (2-1) Burke (4-2) 17-15 (10-2) 3:00 5-12-2 Coastal Carolina W1 at Charleston Southern W2 10-4 MacDonald (1-0) Weekley• (1-3) 18-15 (10-2) 2:44 10-13-0 Hofstra* W3 10-3 McSwain• (5-2) Rogers• (0-4) 19-15 (11-2) 2:45 10-13-3 Hofstra* W4 2-1 Holden (2-0) Verbitsky (0-1) 20-15 (12-2) 2:09 2-6-1 Hofstra* L 2-4 Secrest• (1-1) Jesch• (4-0) 20-16 (12-3) 2:05 2-4-0 10-1 DeLoach• (3-2) Hoffman• (1-1) 21-16 (12-3) 2:38 10-15-01 at East Carolina (RV/RV) W1 2 at Northeastern* W 7-3 McSwain• (6-2) Leenhouts• (4-3) 22-16 (13-3) 2:15 7-10-0 3 at Northeastern* W 7-2 Batts• (3-4) Berger• (2-3) 23-16 (14-3) 2:30 7-13-1 at Northeastern* W4 10-2 Ramsey• (3-2) Maki• (1-4) 24-16 (15-3) 2:50 10-16-1 Elon W5 7-5 Secrest (2-1) Whitehead• (2-3) 25-16 (15-3) 2:57 7-9-2 15-0 McSwain• (7-2) Malone• (2-2) 26-16 (16-3) 2:38 15-17-0 at Georgia State* W6 at Georgia State* W7 7-3 Batts• (4-4) Marshall• (4-5) 27-16 (17-3) 2:37 7-13-2 at Georgia State* L1 7-8 Prince (2-2) Dyer (3-4) 27-17 (17-4) 3:15 7-9-0 Record: 13-5 • Month Statistics: Bat Avg: .296 • SLG%: .418 • OBA: .393 • SB/ATT: 44/56 • ERA: 3.02 • Opp Bat Avg: .228 • FLD%: .977

3-7-3 5-11-0 5-4-2 4-9-0 5-5-1 4-7-2 4-7-2 3-8-2 1-10-1 2-8-0 1-5-0 3-7-0 2-7-3 2-7-0 5-3-4 0-7-1 3-8-1 8-15-2

941 2,078 3,436 3,728 3,721 1,187 181 1,004 989 989 2578 --68 37 961 249 253 253

1-3 McSwain• (7-3) Trionfo• (7-3) 27-18 (17-5) 2:24 1-5-0 Towson* L2 Towson* W1 11-2 Batts• (5-4) Paul• (2-3) 28-18 (18-5) 2:29 11-20-3 1 12-2 Ramsey• (4-2) Volpe• (0-1) 29-18 (19-5) 2:46 12-13-1 Towson* W at North Carolina (7/8) L 2-4 Secrest• (2-2) Moss• (5-2) 29-19 (19-5) 2:56 2-7-1 1 at William & Mary* W 4-1 McSwain• (8-3) Koehler• (6-2) 30-19 (20-5) 2:28 4-9-2 5-4 Secrest (3-2) Farrell (2-2) 31-19 (21-5) 2:31 5-9-2 at William & Mary* W2 at William & Mary* W3 4-3 Timoney (2-1) Davenport• (6-5) 32-19 (22-5) 2:30 4-9-0 5-1 Holden• (3-0) Buran• (0-5) 33-19 (22-5) 2:43 5-13-2 Charleston Southern W4 9-2 Secrest (4-2) Kalish (5-2) 34-19 (23-5) 2:45 9-13-0 George Mason* W5 George Mason* W6 11-5 Lane (3-0) Williams (4-3) 35-19 (24-5) 2:50 11-11-0 George Mason* L 9-10 Prince (2-3) O’Grady (2-0) 35-20 (24-6) 2:50 9-12-1 at CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.) 1 8-5 McSwain• (9-3) Dwyer• (3-4) 36-20 (24-6) 2:34 8-11-1 Vs. VCU W 3-2 Batts• (6-4) Kuhl• (5-5) 37-20 (24-6) 2:12 3-10-0 Vs. Delaware W2 Vs. Delaware L 9-11 Ramsey• (4-3) Murray (1-1) 37-21 (24-6) 3:09 9-14-1 Vs. Delaware W 10-8 Secrest (5-2) Young (6-5) 38-21 (24-6) 2:36 10-16-1 Record: 11-4 • Month Statistics: Bat Avg: .331 • SLG%: .538 • OBA: .408 • SB/ATT: 21/28 • ERA: 3.49 • Opp Bat Avg: .272 • FLD% .973

3-7-1 2-8-1 2-6-1 4-7-1 1-12-1 4-51 3-8-2 1-5-0 2-6-3 5-10-2 10-17-1

941 368 973 1159 325 517 452 773 800 834 911

5-12-2 2-10-2 11-16-0 8-12-3

569 539 --507

8-8-0 4-7-2 17-22-1

2495 2967 2556

March Hughes Bros. Baseball Challenge 2 UNC Asheville W 8-1 McSwain• (1-2) Dull• (2-1) 3-6 2:22 8-10-1 2-7 Spear• (2-1) Ramsey• (0-1) 3-7 2:44 2-5-1 4 UNC Asheville L1 NC State L2 3-8 Rodon• (2-0) Batts• (0-2) 3-8 2:31 3-8-3 7 at Coastal Carolina L3 6-8 Jones• (0-2) Burke (3-0) 3-9 3:02 6-12-0 9 James Madison* W1 10-7 McSwain• (2-2) Tierney• (2-2) 4-9 (1-0) 2:27 10-14-2 10 James Madison* W2 8-7 Batts• (1-2) Howerton (0-1) 5-9 (2-0) 2:43 8-12-0 11 James Madison* W3 14-3 DeLoach (1-1) Scott• (0-2) 6-9 (3-0) 3:04 14-16-0 4 13 at Coll. of Charleston (RV/RV) W 6-3 Prince (2-1) Jones• (0-1) 7-9 (3-0) 2:52 6-6-0 5 16 at Delaware* W 22-3 McSwain• (3-2) Young• (3-1) 8-9 (4-0) 3:07 22-23-1 17 at Delaware* L 2-3 Batts• (1-3) Crispell• (1-1) 8-10 (4-1) 1:59 2-6-1 1 18 at Delaware* W 7-0 Ramsey• (1-1) Kuhl• (1-3) 9-10 (5-1) 2:30 7-13-1 20 Coll. of Charleston (RV/RV) W2 7-3 Lane (1-0) West• (2-2) 10-10 (5-1) 3:14 3-6-0 23 at VCU* W3 9-6 Lane (2-0) Cutler-Voltz (2-2) 11-10 (6-1) 3:18 9-15-3 24 at VCU* L 4-5 (12) DeLoach (1-2) Lees (1-2) 11-11 (6-2) 3:46 4-17-4 25 at VCU* W 4-0 Ramsey• (2-1) Dwyer (2-1) 12-11 (7-2) 2:33 4-6-0 27 at Elon L 4-5 Timoney (0-1) Pennell (1-0) 12-12 (7-2) 2:43 4-9-1 30 Old Dominion* W1 10-4 McSwain • (4-2) B. Tomchick• (1-3) 13-12 (8-2) 2:36 10-16-1 31 Old Dominion* W2 7-3 Batts• (2-3) Smith• (4-1) 14-12 (9-2) 2:24 7-10-1 Record: 12-6 • Month Statistics: Bat Avg: .314 • SLG%: .449 • OBA: .384 • SB/ATT: 30/37 • ERA: 3.31 • Opp Bat Avg: .258 • FLD%: .970 April 1 3 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 15 17 21 22 25 27 28 29

OPP R-H-E

at Raleigh Regional - NCAA Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) Vs. 2-seed Vanderbilt (22/30) L 2-8 McSwain• (9-4) Pecoraro• (2-4) 38-22 2:23 2-7-2 Vs. 4-seed Sacred Heart W 13-4 T. Bradley• (1-1) Leiningen• (6-6) 39-22 2:18 13-17-0 at 1-seed NC State (16/19) L 5-17 Batts• (6-5) Ogburn • (5-3) 39-23 2:45 5-9-2 Record: 1-2 • Month Statistics: Bat Avg: .311 • SLG%: .585 • OBA: .348 • SB/ATT: 1/2 • ERA: 8.28 • Opp Bat Avg: .352 • FLD% .964

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20o12 review: overall statistics Record: 39-23 Home: 19-8 Away: 16-13 Neutral: 4-2 Colonial: 24-6 Inning-by-inning summary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX Total UNC Wilmington 46 28 39 47 43 55 46 50 34 4 392 Opponents 32 17 28 43 31 36 24 37 24 2 274 Home attendance: 4937 ( 26 dates avg = 959 ); Away attendance: 54308 ( 33 dates avg = 1645 ); Total attendance: 79245 ( 59 dates avg = 1343 ) Player AVG Pope .372 Ridge .340 Bass, Mi. .326 Cain .322 Dick .302 Campbell .299 Koenig .280 Farber .277 Molinaro .273 -------------Dunlap .333 Renvil .333 Keeler .259 Jarrett .250 Abshire .167 Bass, D. .167 Buchanan .111 LaGrange .050 Manning .000

GP 59 62 61 61 58 60 60 55 62

GS 58 62 61 61 50 60 59 53 62

AB 231 238 221 239 179 264 218 177 264

R 49 40 33 59 28 50 39 23 49

H 86 81 72 77 54 79 61 49 72

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 18 7 6 45 136 .589 16 1 4 41 111 .466 9 3 0 33 87 .394 10 1 12 43 125 .523 11 1 8 35 91 .508 16 1 6 31 115 .436 11 0 2 29 78 .358 6 0 1 34 58 .328 17 1 16 48 139 .527

5 4 16 17 22 7 17 11 3

0 0 5 5 8 6 1 6 1

6 3 27 24 30 18 9 20 5

1 1 1 7 6 1 1 4 0

2 1 7 6 5 3 1 1 0

Totals .302 Opponents .260

62 62 2173 392 657 121 16 56 350 978 .450 227 65 405 62 62 2094 274 545 79 13 26 250 728 .348 194 75 416

1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 1 0 3 0 1 3 0 0

6 1 8 10 6 3 2 2 0

1.000 .333 .296 .417 .200 .167 .222 .100 .000

BB HBP 18 11 37 4 20 3 26 14 24 3 20 6 17 4 27 7 19 5 0 2 5 4 5 1 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 0

SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 34 4 .441 1 4 17 21 32 5 .434 2 0 3 8 41 4 .388 1 11 20 23 54 3 .416 2 0 23 26 45 1 .393 0 3 0 1 28 2 .360 2 0 19 21 39 5 .337 4 8 10 13 38 4 .390 2 18 4 11 66 4 .331 2 1 6 7 0 1 2 7 7 3 2 5 1

1 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 0

.333 .600 .375 .357 .324 .318 .200 .208 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

PO A E 119 5 1 465 27 6 134 200 6 170 4 2 42 2 1 104 98 17 73 158 16 349 28 7 126 3 2

0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

2 0 6 7 18 3 4 7 0

0 2 7 0 3 14 0 9 0

FLD% .992 .988 .982 .989 .978 .922 .935 .982 .985

0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 .867 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

40 .383 16 46 105 134 1651 638 66 46 .341 22 38 60 77 1635 638 85

.972 .964

LOB - Team (503), Opp (501). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (53). CI - Team (3), Farber 3, Opp (3). IBB - Team (10), Molinaro 3, Ridge 2, Dick 2, Koenig 1, Bass, Mi. 1, Campbell 1, Opp (6). Picked off - Molinaro 3, Pope 2, Campbell 2, Bass, Mi. 1, Cain 1, Keeler 1, Buchanan 1, Koenig 1, Ridge 1, Farber 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

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Player ERA Batts, M. 3.04 McSwain, T. 3.18 Ramsey, Jo. 4.36 -------------Mayhew, R. 0.00 Secrest 2.12 Timoney 2.25 Holden 2.28 Prince 2.77 Lane 4.05 DeLoach 4.91 Bradley, T. 6.65 Jones, T. 8.18 Livengood 9.00 MacDonald 9.53 Leach 17.18

W 6 9 4

L APP 5 16 4 17 3 14

GS 16 15 14

CG SH CB SV IP H 2 0 0 0 100.2 109 2 1 0 0 104.2 106 0 0 2 0 66.0 68

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

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

1 30 25 26 21 27 21 8 6 9 14 4

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

Totals 3.61 Opponents 5.32

39 23 23 39

62 62

62 62

4 0

3 5

2 12 550.1 545 274 221 194 416 79 5 15 545.0 657 392 322 227 405 121

0 1 1 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

1.0 51.0 28.0 59.1 26.0 20.0 36.2 23.0 11.0 8.0 11.1 3.2

0 34 28 49 25 19 31 22 14 13 20 7

R 50 46 33

ER 34 37 32

BB 20 24 23

SO 90 67 54

2B 11 14 13

0 14 8 15 12 9 27 17 10 11 15 7

0 12 7 15 8 9 20 17 10 8 12 7

3 17 8 15 8 11 27 14 9 5 6 4

2 45 15 30 21 12 43 12 8 9 8 0

0 4 2 12 4 2 5 1 4 4 2 1

3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 7 390 .279 1 7 1 4 8 7 6 400 .265 6 15 0 6 4 0 1 251 .271 3 13 0 2 5 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1

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

3 176 106 218 100 79 135 89 43 39 49 16

.000 .193 .264 .225 .250 .241 .230 .247 .326 .333 .408 .438

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

0 1 5 2 4 5 13 6 2 1 0 1

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

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

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

13 26 2094 16 56 2173

.260 .302

31 54

75 65

5 5

22 16

38 46

PB - Team (7), Farber 4, Abshire 2, Campbell 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (10), Secrest 4, Batts, M. 3, Holden 1, Bradley, T. 1, Lane 1, Opp (14). SBA/ATT - Farber (51-57), Batts, M. (13-18), McSwain, T. (13-15), DeLoach (10-11), Campbell (7-10), Secrest (7-10), Prince (5-5), Jones, T. (3-3), Holden (2-3), Lane (1-3), Ramsey, Jo. (1-3), Bradley, T. (2-3), Timoney (2-2), Abshire (2-2), MacDonald (1-1).

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20o12 review: caa statistics Record: 24-6 Home: 12-3 Away: 12-3 Inning-by-inning summary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX Total UNC Wilmington 31 18 15 27 22 41 34 26 19 1 234 Opponents 10 9 11 15 15 14 11 6 10 1 102 Player AVG Campbell .374 Ridge .374 Pope .364 Cain .352 Bass, Mi. .343 Koenig .330 Molinaro .308 Dick .289 Farber .242 -------------Bass, D. .500 Dunlap .333 Renvil .333 Keeler .313 Jarrett .308 Abshire .200 LaGrange .000 Buchanan .000 Manning .000

GP 30 30 30 30 29 30 30 30 27

GS 30 30 30 30 29 30 30 26 25

AB 131 115 121 125 105 112 133 97 91

R 31 26 24 33 22 26 31 18 8

H 2B 3B HR RBI 49 8 1 3 21 43 10 1 3 26 44 11 5 2 25 44 4 1 8 34 36 7 1 0 22 37 8 0 2 18 41 8 1 9 26 28 9 0 5 17 22 2 0 0 13

1 5 4 8 8 8 5 7 1

0 0 0 4 2 0 2 1 1

2 6 3 16 13 5 8 4 3

1 1 1 1 5 2 3 1 0

Totals .328 Opponents .255

30 30 1090 234 358 71 10 33 208 548 .503 125 32 188 30 30 1026 102 262 34 5 9 89 333 .325 70 34 192

1 2 1 5 4 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

TB 68 64 71 74 45 51 78 52 24

SLG% .519 .557 .587 .592 .429 .455 .586 .536 .264

1 6 1 6 6 1 0 0 0

.500 1.000 .333 .375 .462 .200 .000 .000 .000

BB HBP 15 4 23 1 10 6 11 7 9 3 9 3 9 2 13 1 13 3 0 0 2 5 1 3 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 9 1 .450 1 0 14 15 12 2 .475 2 0 3 6 25 0 .438 0 2 9 12 24 3 .428 2 0 13 14 20 3 .407 1 5 12 13 16 3 .389 2 6 9 10 28 1 .359 1 1 5 6 27 1 .378 0 2 0 1 15 1 .349 2 7 2 4 0 0 1 1 5 1 2 2 0

0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

.500 .333 .600 .476 .357 .500 .273 .200 .000

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 1 0 0 0 0 0

18 .409 11 23 68 28 .320 12 10 20

82 30

PO 54 228 62 81 70 46 72 7 160

A 53 16 5 1 94 87 0 0 10

1 2 0 5 1 7 5 3 0

1 0 2 4 0 0 5 0 0

E FLD% 8 .930 3 .988 1 .985 1 .988 3 .982 8 .943 1 .986 0 1.000 4 .977 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 .900 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

814 310 31 789 296 43

.973 .962

LOB - Team (260), Opp (239). DPs turned - Team (30), Opp (26). CI - Team (3), Farber 3, Opp (2). IBB - Team (3), Campbell 1,Koenig 1, Molinaro 1, Opp (3). Picked off Campbell 2, Keeler 1, Bass, Mi. 1, Cain 1, Molinaro 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player ERA Holden 1.17 McSwain, T. 3.10 Batts, M. 3.15 Ramsey, Jo. 3.26 -------------Mayhew, R. 0.00 Prince 1.38 Secrest 1.71 Lane 1.74 DeLoach 2.08 Timoney 2.57 MacDonald 5.40 Bradley, T. 9.00 Livengood 13.50

W 1 7 5 4

L APP 0 11 1 10 1 10 0 9

GS 0 10 10 9

CG SH CB SV IP 0 0 0 4 30.2 2 1 0 0 69.2 1 0 0 0 60.0 0 0 2 0 47.0

H 22 73 66 47

0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 10 13 11 5 7 4 1 2

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 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0

0 1.0 3 13.0 1 21.0 1 10.1 0 4.1 0 7.0 0 3.1 0 2.0 0 2.0

Totals 2.79 Opponents 6.78

24 6 6 24

30 30

30 30

3 0

3 0

2 0

9 271.1 262 4 263.0 358

0 12 13 12 5 5 4 0 3

R 4 28 30 18

ER 4 24 21 17

0 4 4 2 2 2 3 2 3

0 2 4 2 1 2 2 2 3

BB 10 11 13 12

SO 13 44 52 39

2B 5 8 7 10

3 2 2 7 5 17 3 4 4 5 3 5 1 2 2 0 1 2

0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

102 84 70 192 234 198 125 188

34 71

3B HR AB B/Avg 0 1 110 .200 5 2 271 .269 0 5 236 .280 0 0 178 .264

WP HBP BK 3 1 0 1 7 0 0 5 1 1 11 0

SFA SHA 1 0 5 1 2 4 1 2

3 .000 50 .240 70 .186 41 .293 17 .294 23 .217 12 .333 6 .000 9 .333

0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 2 0 5 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

5 9 1026 .255 10 33 1090 .328

8 31

34 32

2 12 4 11

10 23

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

PB - Team (4), Farber 3, Abshire 1, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (8), Batts, M. 3, Secrest 3, Holden 1, Lane 1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - Farber (19-22), Batts, M. (7-11), McSwain, T. (6-7), Secrest (2-3), Lane (0-2), DeLoach (2-2), Holden (1-2), Prince (2-2), Campbell (0-1), Abshire (1-1), Ramsey, Jo. (0-1). .

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Date Feb 17, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 21, 2012 Feb 24, 2012 Feb 25, 2012 Feb 26, 2012 Feb 29, 2012 Mar 02, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 07, 2012 Mar 09, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 Mar 16, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 Mar 18, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 Mar 23, 2012 Mar 24, 2012 Mar 25, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 Mar 30, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Apr 01, 2012 Apr 03, 2012 Apr 05, 2012 Apr 06, 2012 Apr 07, 2012 Apr 10, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 13, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 15, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 Apr 21, 2012 Apr 21, 2012 Apr 22, 2012 Apr 25, 2012 Apr 27, 2012 Apr 28, 2012 Apr 29, 2012 May 04, 2012 May 05, 2012 May 06, 2012 May 08, 2012 May 10, 2012 May 11, 2012 May 12, 2012 May 15, 2012 May 17, 2012 May 18, 2012 May 19, 2012 May 24, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 26, 2012 May 26, 2012 Jun 1, 2012 Jun 02, 2012 Jun 03, 2012

Opponent Ohio Ohio Ohio at NC State at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss ST. John’s UNC Asheville UNC Asheville NC State at Coastal Carolina James Madison James Madison James Madison at Col. of Charleston at Delaware at Delaware at Delaware Col. of Charleston at VCU at VCU at VCU at Elon Old Dominion Old Dominion Old Dominion East Carolina at Texas Christian at Texas Christian at Texas Christian Coastal Carolina at Chas. Southern Hofstra Hofstra Hofstra at East Carolina at Northeastern at Northeastern at Northeastern Elon at Georgia State at Georgia State at Georgia State Towson Towson Towson at North Carolina at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary Chas. Southern George Mason George Mason George Mason vs VCU vs Delaware vs Delaware vs Delaware vs Vanderbilt vs Sacred Heart at NC State

AB 35 35 29 30 30 36 32 28 34 34 33 39 35 34 38 33 51 31 35 34 42 48 33 33 41 33 34 31 36 27 33 33 39 37 33 30 39 37 36 38 32 43 38 36 30 41 35 34 33 31 33 35 36 34 34 32 35 37 39 33 40 33

R 6 4 5 0 0 4 5 0 8 2 3 6 10 8 14 6 22 2 7 7 9 4 4 4 10 7 4 0 7 0 2 5 10 10 2 2 10 7 7 10 7 15 7 7 1 11 12 2 4 5 4 5 9 11 9 8 3 9 10 2 13 5

H RBI 11 5 10 3 9 5 5 0 2 0 9 3 6 5 3 0 10 7 5 1 8 1 12 6 14 8 12 6 16 10 6 3 23 20 6 2 13 7 12 7 15 9 17 4 6 1 9 4 16 10 10 5 8 4 7 0 11 7 4 0 7 2 12 5 13 9 13 9 6 2 4 2 15 9 10 6 13 5 16 10 9 5 17 15 13 5 9 6 5 1 20 10 13 11 7 2 9 3 9 4 9 4 13 5 13 9 11 11 12 9 11 7 10 3 14 9 16 9 7 2 17 13 9 5

2B 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 1 0 4 2 0 7 0 2 2 4 3 1 3 4 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 4 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 3 2 5 0 2 5 4 1 0 1 0 1 4 2 4 1 2 3 3 2 1 2

3B HR BB 0 0 6 0 1 5 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4 2 0 2 0 2 6 0 0 4 0 5 4 0 1 1 1 1 5 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 7 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 6 0 2 6 1 1 3 0 1 5 0 1 4 1 1 8 0 2 6 0 1 11 0 0 4 0 2 1 1 2 8 1 0 3 0 3 2 0 1 3 1 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 2 2 4 6 0 2 8 0 1 4 0 1 3 1 0 8 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 5 3 0 2 1

IBB 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0

SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP 3 1 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 2 0 4 0 3 1 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 7 1 4 1 1 2 4 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

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K 4 2 4 9 11 13 5 6 4 9 7 5 2 6 3 7 5 3 11 9 10 7 5 6 8 5 8 7 7 14 5 4 9 5 9 7 8 11 9 5 7 7 2 9 8 4 3 12 7 8 8 6 4 3 6 5 4 6 3 9 2 8

PO 30 27 27 24 24 24 24 27 27 27 27 24 27 27 27 27 27 24 27 27 27 34 27 24 27 27 30 27 27 24 24 30 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 24 27 27 27 24 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 24 27 24

A 9 16 9 12 7 11 13 11 10 13 14 10 12 10 7 3 10 5 16 7 9 20 9 11 7 10 8 11 7 13 9 17 13 12 13 12 12 10 6 7 3 13 7 15 10 14 10 5 12 7 11 5 5 14 9 7 10 15 13 12 8 12

E 2 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 3 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 2

Avg .314 .300 .303 .271 .233 .236 .229 .216 .225 .217 .219 .228 .242 .250 .263 .258 .275 .271 .276 .280 .284 .289 .284 .284 .289 .289 .287 .285 .286 .283 .280 .283 .285 .287 .284 .280 .283 .283 .285 .289 .289 .292 .293 .292 .290 .295 .296 .294 .294 .294 .294 .295 .296 .297 .298 .299 .298 .300 .302 .300 .303 .302


20o12 review: game-by-game Date Feb 17, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 21, 2012 Feb 24, 2012 Feb 25, 2012 Feb 26, 2012 Feb 29, 2012 Mar 02, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 07, 2012 Mar 09, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 Mar 16, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 Mar 18, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 Mar 23, 2012 Mar 24, 2012 Mar 25, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 Mar 30, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Apr 01, 2012 Apr 03, 2012 Apr 05, 2012 Apr 06, 2012 Apr 07, 2012 Apr 10, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 13, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 15, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 Apr 21, 2012 Apr 21, 2012 Apr 22, 2012 Apr 25, 2012 Apr 27, 2012 Apr 28, 2012 Apr 29, 2012 May 04, 2012 May 05, 2012 May 06, 2012 May 08, 2012 May 10, 2012 May 11, 2012 May 12, 2012 May 15, 2012 May 17, 2012 May 18, 2012 May 19, 2012 May 24, 2012 May 25, 2012 May 26, 2012 May 26, 2012 Jun 1, 2012 Jun 02, 2012 Jun 03, 2012

Opponent Ohio Ohio Ohio at NC State at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss St. John’s UNC Asheville UNC Asheville NC State at Coastal Carolina James Madison James Madison James Madison at Col. of Charleston at Delaware at Delaware at Delaware Col. of Charleston at VCU at VCU at VCU at Elon Old Dominion Old Dominion Old Dominion East Carolina at Texas Christian at Texas Christian at Texas Christian Coastal Carolina at Cha. Southern Hofstra Hofstra Hofstra at East Carolina at Northeastern at Northeastern at Northeastern Elon at Georgia State at Georgia State at Georgia State Towson Towson Towson at North Carolina at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary Chas. Southern George Mason George Mason George Mason vs VCU vs Delaware vs Delaware vs Delaware vs Vanderbilt vs Sacred Heart at NC State

IP 10.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 11.1 9.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 10.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 10.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 9.0 8.0

H 6 9 7 11 7 10 16 7 4 10 16 8 10 14 8 7 10 5 9 6 10 14 4 9 6 9 7 11 4 9 5 7 7 8 10 8 5 7 7 7 3 7 8 15 7 8 6 7 12 5 8 5 6 10 17 12 10 16 12 8 7 22

R 5 6 2 10 2 6 10 3 1 7 8 8 7 7 3 3 3 3 0 3 6 5 0 5 4 3 3 5 5 4 5 4 4 3 1 4 1 3 2 2 5 0 3 8 3 2 2 4 1 4 3 1 2 5 10 5 2 11 8 8 4 17

ER 4 5 2 1 1 6 10 3 0 4 5 8 6 7 3 3 3 0 0 2 5 3 0 5 3 3 3 5 5 1 5 4 4 2 1 4 1 3 2 2 2 0 2 8 2 0 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 5 9 5 2 10 8 4 4 15

BB 5 4 3 6 2 3 4 4 7 5 2 6 0 2 6 7 6 4 2 3 2 4 1 3 0 1 4 4 3 1 5 4 4 6 0 4 6 1 0 2 4 0 4 1 1 0 1 6 0 2 3 2 5 5 3 1 1 3 3 6 3 4

SO 13 7 10 3 7 5 2 8 12 5 9 9 7 9 11 16 5 10 4 7 7 3 6 7 6 4 7 4 8 6 8 1 5 5 7 1 4 7 10 8 19 7 8 7 10 5 5 4 7 6 3 15 5 5 7 3 11 6 2 2 4 2

2B 2 1 2 2 0 4 3 1 1 3 1 3 2 3 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 1 1 3 2 0 6

3B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

HR 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 2

WP BK HBP DP 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 4 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2

IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Score 6-5 4-6 5-2 0-10 0-2 4-6 5-10 0-3 8-1 2-7 3-8 6-8 10-7 8-7 14-3 6-3 22-3 2-3 7-0 7-3 9-6 4-5 4-0 4-5 10-4 7-3 4-3 0-5 7-5 0-4 2-5 5-4 10-4 10-3 2-1 2-4 10-1 7-3 7-2 10-2 7-5 15-0 7-3 7-8 1-3 11-2 12-2 2-4 4-1 5-4 4-3 5-1 9-2 11-5 9-10 8-5 3-2 9-11 10-8 2-8 13-4 5-17

W 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 15 15 16 16 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 27 27 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 35 36 37 37 38 38 39 39

L 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 18 18 18 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 21 21 22 22 23

SV 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 5 6 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

ERA 3.60 4.26 3.54 3.00 2.66 3.29 4.35 4.17 3.69 3.72 3.84 4.24 4.38 4.57 4.47 4.37 4.29 4.07 3.85 3.75 3.82 3.73 3.57 3.65 3.62 3.59 3.56 3.61 3.66 3.58 3.64 3.64 3.65 3.60 3.53 3.54 3.47 3.46 3.42 3.38 3.35 3.27 3.24 3.36 3.33 3.25 3.21 3.19 3.14 3.10 3.10 3.06 3.04 3.07 3.18 3.21 3.19 3.31 3.39 3.41 3.42 3.61

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game-season-career records TEAm RECORDS mOST AT BATS Game:

Season:

58, vs. Lynchburg, April 1, 1967 (15) 51, vs. Old Dominion, April 13, 1982 (9) 51, at Hofstra, March 29, 2003 (9) 51, at Delaware, March 16, 2012 (9)

mOST RuNS SCORED Game: Season:

25, vs. Vermont, April 22, 1986 25, at N.C. Wesleyan, April 28, 1965 560, 2006

mOST HITS Game: Season:

25, at Old Dominion, April 13, 1982 748, 2006

mOST DOuBLES Game: Season:

9, at William & Mary, April 29, 2007 156, 2006

mOST TRIPLES Game: Season: mOST HOmE RuNS Game: Season: mOST GRAND SLAmS Game: Season: mOST TOTAL BASES Game: Season:

5, vs. St. Andrews, April 4, 1969 20, 2009 7, at Hofstra, March 29, 2003 91, 2008 1, many times 3, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 45, at Hofstra, March 29, 2003 45, at Delaware, March 16, 2012 1166, 2006

mOST WALkS Game: 17, vs. Western Connecticut, April 3, 1971 Season: 316, 2008 mOST STRIkEOuTS Game: 19, at Coastal Carolina, Feb. 15, 2000, L 3-2 Season: 451, 2000 mOST RBI Game: Season:

22, vs. Vermont, March 22, 1986 488, 2006

mOST STOLEN BASES Game: 11, vs. Rider, Feb. 26, 2000, W 8-4 Season: 139, 1986 mOST SACRIfICE HITS Game: 5, vs. Old Dominion, Apr. 9, 2000, W 15-10. Season: 64, 2000

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mOST SACRIfICE fLIES Game: Season:

4, Towson, Apr. 26, 2002 4, at Duke, Mar. 29, 2006 4, at Campbell, Apr. 5, 2011 36, 2000

TOTAL SACRIfICES Game: 5, vs. Old Dominion, Apr. 9, 2000, W 15-10 5, at George Mason, Apr. 22, 2001. Season: 100, 2000 mOST HIT BATSmEN Game:

6, at William & Mary, Apr. 29, 2007

84, 2008

mOST LEfT ON BASE Game: 17, at William & Mary, May 13, 2010 Season: 537, 2008 HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE Season:

.323, 2005

HIGHEST SLuGGING PERCENTAGE Season:

.516, 2008

mOST TImES HELD SCORELESS Season:

7, 1988

mOST TImES HELD HITLESS Season: 1, Brian Snyder vs. Clemson, March 17, 1977 (Seven Innings - L 2-0) 1, Mike Brown at Clemson, March 10, 1980 (PERFECT GAME), Nine Innings - L 8-0 mOST GAmES Season:

64, 2006

mOST VICTORIES Season:

44, 2008

mOST CONSECuTIVE VICTORIES Season:

21, 2008

mOST LOSSES Season:

42, 1988

mOST CONSECuTIVE LOSSES Season:

12, 1988 12, 1998 12, 1998

SINGLE GAmE RECORDS fOR THE SEAHAWkS ... VICTORY mARGIN 24 vs. N.C. Wesleyan, April 28, 1965, W 25-1 DEfEAT mARGIN 24 vs. East Carolina, April 11, 1978, L 25-1 LONGEST GAmE 17 Innings vs. High Point, May 20, 1967, W 1-0 mOST RuNS IN ONE INNING 14 at James Madison, May 11, 2008 (5th Inning) mOST BATTERS IN ONE INNING 17 at James Madison, May 11, 2008 (5th Inning) mOST HITS ONE INNING 9, Drexel, April 18, 2003 mOST HOmE RuNS ONE INNING 3, at Hofstra, March 29, 2003 3, at LSU, June 1, 2003 3, UMES, Feb. 12, 2006 CONSECuTIVE GAmES SCORED 126, May 12, 2001 - Feb. 21, 2004 (at S. Carolina) fOR OPPONENTS... mOST TImES AT BAT IN A GAmE 50, East Carolina, Mar. 29, 2011 mOST HITS IN A GAmE 22, East Carolina, Mar. 29, 2011 mOST RuNS SCORED IN A GAmE 26 vs. East Carolina, April 11, 1978 mOST RuNS SCORED IN AN INNING 12 at Clemson, February 28, 1998 (3rd Inning)

12 vs. Duke, April 29, 1998 (8th Inning) mOST BATTERS ONE INNING 17 vs. Duke, April 29, 1998 (8th Inning) mOST HOmE RuNS IN ONE INNING 3 at Georgia, March 1, 1987 3 at East Carolina, April 18, 1998 mOST TOTAL BASES 40 at East Carolina, April 18, 1998 DOuBLE PLAYS 5, George Mason, May 27, 2005 BOTH TEAmS... MOST TIMES AT BAT (9 Inning Game) 93, UNCW Vs. Maine, June 3, 2006 (NCAA) UNCW 47, Maine 46 mOST TImES AT BAT 106 Elon, Apr. 23, 2002 UNCW 57, Elon 49 (13 innings) TOTAL RuNS SCORED 40, Vs. Maine, June 3, 2006 (NCAA) TOTAL HITS 39 vs. Maine, June 3, 2006 (NCAA) TOTAL RuNS IN ON INNING 15, at James Madison, May 11, 2008 (5th) mOST DOuBLES 12, at George Mason, Mar. 17, 2006 UNCW 8, GMU 4 mOST TRIPLES 5 vs. St. Andrews, April 4, 1969 mOST HOmE RuNS 10 Vs. Richmond, Feb. 23, 2008 mOST TOTAL BASES 70, Vs. Richmond, Feb. 23, 2008 UNCW 30, Richmond 40 mOST STOLEN BASES 11, vs. Rider, Feb. 25, 2000 UNCW 11, Rider 0 TOTAL ERRORS 13 vs. George Mason, April 2, 1988 UNCW 12, George Mason 1 TOTAL DOuBLE PLAYS 7 vs. Clemson, February 27, 1988; UNCW 4, Clemson 3 7 vs. William and Mary, April 13, 1991; UNCW 3, W&M 4 7 Vs. George Mason, May 27, 2005; UNCW 2, GMU 5 uNCW TEAm DOuBLE HEADER RECORDS mOST HOmE RuNS

8 vs. East Carolina, April 26, 1987 Game One 3, Game Two 5

INDIVIDuAL BATTING RECORDS mOST GAmES PLAYED Season: Career: mOST GAmES STARTED Season: Career:

63, John Raynor, 2006 63, Jonathan Batts, 2006 63, Chris Hatcher, 2006 229, Matt Wright, 2000-03 63, John Raynor, 2006 223, Matt Wright, 2003

mOST AT BATS Game: 7, many times L: Michael Bass, at Charleston, Feb. 22, 2011 Season: 271, Chip Grawey, 2004 Career: 827, Jamie Hemingway, 2000-03

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game-season-career records mOST RuNS SCORED Game: 6, Ken Miller vs. N.C.Wesleyan, Apr.28, 1965 Season: 69, Tim Preston, 2005 Career: 182, Jonathan Batts, 2004-07

3, Blayne Joyner vs. Coastal Carolina, May 9, 2000 3, Daniel Hargrave at James Madison, May 11, 2008 Season: 26, Blayne Joyner, 2000 Career: 39, Blayne Joyner, 1997-2000

mOST HITS Game:

mOST TImES HIT BY PITCH Game: Season: Career:

Season: Career: mOST DOuBLES Game: Season: Career:

6, Tim Preston at Hofstra, April 2, 2005 6, Chris Hatcher vs. Duke, March 1, 2006 102, Tim Preston, 2005 260, Jason Appel, 2005-08 4, Mark Carver, at W&M, April 29, 2007 24, Matt Poulk, 2005 62, Jonathan Batts, 2004-07

mOST TRIPLES Game: 2, several players (Cody Stanley, NC Central, 4/28/09, W 10-3) Season: 7, Tom Jones, 1981 7, Chip Grawey, 2004 Career: 11, Chip Grawey, 2000-04

3, Mark Scalf, 1978 18, Mark Carver, 2008 34, Mark Carver, 2004-08

fEWEST WALkS Season:

mOST GRAND SLAmS Season: Career:

most Consecutive At-Bats without Striking Out 67, Jason Appel, Mar. 23 – Apr. 19, 2008

mOST RuNS BATTED IN Game: 9, Eric Hall vs. Vermont, March 22, 1986 Season: 82, Mark Carver, 2008 Career: 182, Jonathan Batts, 2004-07

mISCELLANEOuS RECORDS Longest Hitting Streak

26, Magnus Pilegard, 2001

most Home Runs In Doubleheader 4, Chuck Jones vs. East Carolina, April 26, 1987 Hit for Cycle Bobby Leeper, at Old Dominion, 5/14, 2009, W 17-7 TEAm PITCHING RECORDS mOST INNINGS PITCHED Game: 17, vs. High Point, May 20, 1967 Season: 568.2, 2006

mOST STOLEN BASES Game: 4, four times Chip Grawey v. Campbell, May 5, 2004 Season: 42, John Raynor, 2006 Career: 83, Mitch Wells, 1984-87

mOST COmPLETE GAmES Season:

24, 1982

mOST SAVES Season:

17, 2003

mOST SACRIfICE HITS Game: 3, David McKenna vs. VCU, March 24, 2000 3, Blayne Joyner vs. ODU, April 9, 2000 3, Blayne Joyner vs. Coastal Carolina, May 9, 2000 3, Daniel Hargrave at James Madison, May 11, 2008 Season: 24, Blayne Joyner, 2000 Career: 35, Blayne Joyner, 1997-2000

mOST SHuTOuTS Season:

14, 1969

mOST SACRIfICE fLIES Game: 3, Chuck Jones at Richmond, March 28, 1987 3, Drew Farber at Campbell, Apr. 5, 2011 Season: 8, Chris Cubbage, 1982 Career: 14, Matt Wright, 2000-03 TOTAL SACRIfICES Game: 3, Chuck Jones at Richmond, March 28, 1987 3, David McKenna vs. VCU, March 24, 2000 3, Blayne Joyner vs. ODU, April 9, 2000

21, vs. St. Andrews, April 26, 1973 489, 2003

HIGHEST SLuGGING PERCENTAGE Season: .716, Bryan Britt, 1996 Career: .620, Robbie Monday, 2009-10

mOST STRIkEOuTS Game: 4, many times Last: Tyler Molinaro at Georgia State, April 29, 2012 Season: 63, Josh Bonifay, 1997 Career: 197, Mike Foucht, 1997-2000

mOST TOTAL BASES Game: 15, Eric Hall vs. Vermont, March 22, 1986 Season: 167, Mark Carver, 2008 Career: 429, Daniel Hargrave, 2005-08

STRIkEOuTS Game: Season: mOST WALkS Game: Season:

mOST WALkS Game: 5, Derek Williams vs. W&M, March 31, 1996 Season: 60, Eric Hall, 1986 Career: 150, Matt Wright, 2000-03

mOST OPPONENT SHuTOuTS Season:

7, 1988

mOST RuNS ALLOWED 25, vs. East Carolina, April 11, 1978 Game: 417, 1998 Season: mOST EARNED RuNS ALLOWED 17, vs. East Carolina, April 11, 1978 Game: 17, NC State, Apr. 20, 2011 330, 1998 Season: fEWEST RuNS ALLOWED Season:

49, 1969

14, 1969

CONSECuTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS Season: 53, From April 21, 1969 to May 15, 1969

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE Season: .407, Sam Askew, 1979 Career: .371, Tim Preston, 2004-05

mOST HOmE RuNS Game: 3, Bryan Britt, LeMoyne, March 31, 1995, W 4-0 3, Bryan Britt, VCU, April 28, 1996, W, 10-4 3, Eric Hall, Vermont, March 22, 1986 3, Tim Preston, James Madison, May 1, 2005 3, Jonathan Batts, LaSalle, Mar. 5, 2006 3, Daniel Hargrave at Hofstra, Mar. 14, 2008 Season: 21, Bryan Britt, 1996; Mark Carver, 2008 Career: 40, Bryan Britt, 1994-96 2, Mark Carver, 2008 3, Daniel Hargrave, 2005-08

fEWEST EARNED RuNS ALLOWED Season:

14, at Georgia Southern, March 8, 1988 297, 1985 68, 1970

mOST HIT BATSmEN Game: Season:

7, Elon, April 19, 2005 83, 2006

mOST WILD PITCHES Game: Season:

6, at George Mason, Mar. 25, 2011 59, 2006

mOST BALkS Game: Season:

2, at Elon, April 19, 2009 8, 2006 & 2009

LOWEST EARNED RuN AVERAGE Season:

0.67, 1969

HIGHEST EARNED RuN AVERAGE Season:

6.31, 1998

NO-HITTERS Season: History:

2, 1969 7

PERfECT GAmES Season: History:

1, 1968 1

fEWEST HITS ALLOWED Season:

158, 1970

fEWEST HOmE RuNS ALLOWED Season:

14, 1978

INDIVIDuAL PITCHING RECORDS mOST APPEARANCES Season: Career:

37, Bryan Booth, 2009 112, Allen Flood, 2004-08

mOST INNINGS PITCHED Game: 17, Chuck Cuppett vs. HPU, May 20, 1967 Season: 120.2, Thomas Benton, 2006 Career: 381.2, Bryan Mazur, 1996-99 mOST VICTORIES Season: Career: mOST CONSECuTIVE VICTORIES Season:

12, Ronald Hill, 2004 31, Ronald Hill, 2002-05 11, Brad Holt, 2008

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE Season: 1.000, Dave Sandlin, 1970 1.000, Matt McDonnell, 2002 Career: .900, Eddie Booth, 1969-72 (27-3)

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game-season-career records mOST LOSSES Season: Career:

11, Jerome Hunt, 1988 28, Bryan Mazur, 1996-1999

mOST STARTS Season: Career:

18, Thomas Benton, 2006 57, Jake Mullis, 2000-03

mOST COmPLETE GAmES Season: Career: mOST SAVES Season: Career:

10, Roger Sutton, 1979 25, Curtis Hopper 13, Blake Cross, 2003 32, Blake Cross, 2001-04

mOST SHuTOuTS Season: 4, Eddie Booth, 1969 Career: 4, Eddie Booth, 1969-72; Carl Willis, 1980-83 mOST RuNS ALLOWED Season: Career: mOST EARNED RuNS Season: Career:

95, Bryan Mazur, 1997 229, Bryan Mazur, 1996-99 72, Bryan Mazur, 1997 170, Kevin Davidson, 1984-87

fEWEST RuNS ALLOWED Season: 27, David Pope, 1979 (10 Starts) Career: 33, Eddie Booth, 1969-72 fEWEST EARNED RuNS ALLOWED Season: 0, Dave Sandlin, 1970 Career: 26, Eddie Booth, 1969-72 LOWEST EARNED RuN AVERAGE Season: 0.00, Dave Sandlin, 1970 Career: 1.31, Eddie Booth, 1969-72 (4 Years) 0.46, Pete Eyer, 1968-69 (2 Years) STRIkEOuTS Game: 21, Dave Sandlin vs. St. Andrews, April 26, 1973 Season: 135, Jason Ramsey, 1996 Career: 324, Bryan Mazur, 1996-99 mOST WALkS Game: Season: Career:

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10, three times Last: Cam Roth, at JMU, Apr. 17, 2010 60, Parker Davis, 1976; Mike Antle, 1981 163, David Morrison, 1988-91

mOST HIT BATSmEN Game: 4, Brian Whitaker, Old Dominion, Apr. 12, 2002 4, Jake Mullis Old Dominion, Apr. 13, 2003 4, Cody Dickens Vs. Texas Christian, Feb. 28, 2007 4, Bradley Holt at Delaware, Apr. 13, 2007 4, Kyle Lewis at Elon, Mar. 5, 2008 4, Tyler DeLoach at East Carolina, April 17, 2012 Season: 19, Bradley Holt, 2007 Career: 36, Ronald Hill, 2002-05 mOST WILD PITCHES Game: 4, Many times. L: Tyler McSwain at George Mason, Mar. 25, 2011 Season: 15, Matt McDonnell, 2000 Career: 30, David Morrison, 1988-91 mOST BALkS Game: Season:

2, Steven Davis, at Elon, April 19, 2009 3, Ronald Hill, 2003

3, Allen Flood, 2006 3, Cameron Roth, 2009, 2010 7, Allen Flood, 2004-08

Career:

fEWEST HITS ALLOWED Game: 0, Billy DeBruhi vs. Carbon College May 22, 1959 (9 innings 5-0, NJCAA WS) 0, Jim Sanders vs. Cal. (Pa.) April 12, 1968 (9 innings, W 1-0, Perfect Game) 0, Chuck Cuppett vs. Lynchburg April, 5, 1969 (9 innings, W 2-0) 0, Pete Eyer and Jim Harris vs. St. Andrews at Pembroke State (9 innings, W 13-0, May 16, 1969 - NAIA Dist. 29 Playoffs) 0, Paul Fulton vs. East Carolina April 15, 1974 (7 innings, W 1-0) 0, Phil Lambert/Mike Hunter vs. W. Conn. April 15, 1974 (7 innings, W 6-0) 0, Roger Sutton/Danny Huston at Duke March 6, 1978 (7 innings, W 11-0) 0, E.H. Kennedy vs. Campbell April 24, 1989 (9 innings, W 3-0) 0, John Babson vs. Yale March 9, 1995 (9 innings, W 2-0) Season: 31, Eddie Booth, 1970 (59 innings) Career: 175, Ronald Inman, 1979-82

TWO WINS IN A SINGLE DAY Player: Brian Whitaker vs. Princeton March 21, 2001 (Both in relief) Johnny Conner vs. Old Dominion March 1, 1981 (Both in relief) Randy Prosser at Methodist March 11, 1976 (1st in relief and 2nd as a starter) Allen Flood, at Hofstra Apr. 3, 2005 (Both in relief) Steven Davis, Hofstra March 13, 2009 (Both in relief) TEAm fIELDING RECORDS 53, vs. UNC Charlotte, March 5, 1985 2528, 2006

mOST PuTOuTS Game: Season:

51, vs. High Point, May 20, 1967 1706, 2006

mOST ASSISTS Game:21, William & Mary, Apr. 9, 2006; VCU, May 20, 2011 Season: 747, 2006

mOST ERRORS IN A GAmE, BOTH TEAmS 12, vs. Coastal Carolina, April 6, 1977 (UNCW 10, Coastal Carolina 2) mOST ERRORS IN A GAmE, OPPONENT 11, at William and Mary, April 12, 1997 INDIVIDuAL fIELDING RECORDS mOST CHANCES Game: Season: Career:

mOST DOuBLE PLAYS Game: Season:

mOST ASSISTS Game: Season: Career: mOST ERRORS Game: Season: Career:

10, Aaron Smith, Marist, Feb. 29, 2004 10, Ben Thielsen, VCU, March 21, 2009 206, Mike Rooney, 2010 567, Mike Rooney, 2007-10 4, Mitch Wells at W&M, March 24, 1986 4, Mitch Wells vs. Buffalo St., April 3, 1986 4, Tom Heitler at J. Madison, May 9, 1987 32, Keith Barnhardt, 1993 82, Mitch Wells, 1984-87

BEST fIELDING PERCENTAGE Season:

.996, Chuck Jones, 1985 .996, Daniel Marsh, 2000 .990, Chuck Jones, 1984-87 .990, Tim Hooks, 1987-90 .990, Mark Carver, 2004-08

mOST DOuBLE PLAYS Game: 5, Chuck Jones vs. American, March 16, 1986 Season: 55, Matt Wright, 2003 Career: 173, Matt Wright, 2000-2003 CONSECuTIVE GAmES WITHOuT AN ERROR 67 Tim Preston, OF, Feb. 20, 2004 - Mar. 5, 2005

.974, 2002

5, vs. American, March 16, 1986 69, 1998

mOST GAmES WITHOuT AN ERROR Season:

20, Matt Wright, vs. CU, Apr. 10, 2001 602, Matt Wright, 2002 2,208, Matt Wright, 2000-03

mOST PuTOuTS Game: 19, Matt Wright, vs. Campbell, Apr. 10, 2001 19, Drew Farber, vs. Elon, April 25, 2012 Season: 557, Matt Wright, 2002 Career: 2,038, Matt Wright, 2000-03

10, vs. Coastal Carolina, April 6, 1977 133, 1997

BEST fIELDING PERCENTAGE Season:

1, vs. Methodist, April 18, 1972 1, 1972

mISCELLANEOuS fIELDING RECORDS

Career:

mOST CHANCES Game: Season:

mOST ERRORS Game: Season:

mOST TRIPLE PLAYS Game: Season:

21, 2002

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Career Records: Hitting Highest batting avg. (minimum 300 AB) 1. .371 Preston, Tim (156-420) 2. .354 Grawey, Chip (223-630) 3. .354 Dawkins, Herbie (110-311) 4. .352 Raynor, John (230-654) 5. .350 Appel, Jason (260-742) 6. .349 Pope, Thomas (220-630) 7. .348 Ridge, Hunter (242-696) 8. .345 Murr, Paul (127-368) 9. .341 Sandlin, David (171-502) 10. .335 Halford, Steve (128-382)

2004-05 2000-04 1978-79 2003-06 2005-08 2009-12 2010-12 1980-83 1970-73 2006-07

most runs scored 1. 187 Hargrave, Daniel 2. 182 Batts, Jonathan 3. 165 Appel, Jason 4. 163 Hemingway, Jamie 5. 161 Raynor, John 6. 160 Carver, Mark 7. 156 Rooney, Michael 8. 154 Williams, Derek 9. 152 Foucht, Mike 10. 151 Poulk, Matt 151 Wells, Mitch

2005-08 2004-07 2005-08 2000-03 2003-06 2004-08 2007-10 1994-97 1997-00 2002-06 1984-87

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 300 AB) 1. .620 Monday, Robbie (382 AB) 2. .594 Britt, Bryan (584 AB) 3. .586 Preston, Tim (420 AB) 4. .573 Hairr, Kevin (627 AB) 5. .570 Bonifay, Josh (388 AB) 6. .561 Carver, Mark (619 AB) 7. .558 Hargrave, Daniel (769 AB) 8. .546 Stanley, Cody (595 AB) 9. .541 Hickman, Eric (355 AB) 10. .527 Hall, Nate (393 AB)

2009-10 1994-96 2004-05 1998-01 1997,99 2004-08 2005-08 2008-10 1985-88 2007-08

most hits 1. 260 2. 256 3. 245 4. 242 5. 239 6. 234 7. 230 230 9. 223 10. 220

Appel, Jason Hemingway, Jamie Batts, Jonathan Ridge, Hunter Hargrave, Daniel Williams, Derek Wright, Matt Raynor, John Grawey, Chip Pope, Thomas

2005-08 2000-03 2004-07 2010-11 2005-08 1994-97 2000-03 2003-06 2000-04 2009-12

Highest on base pct. (minimum 300 AB) 1. .465 Wishon, Justin (406 AB) 2. .439 Preston, Tim (420 AB) 3. .438 Pope, Thomas (630 AB) 4. .427 Monday, Robbie (382 AB) 5. .426 Catalano, John (396 AB) .426 Ridge, Hunter (696 AB) 7. .423 Batts, Jonathan (773 AB) 8. .420 Rooney, Michael (652 AB) 9. .419 Raynor, John (654 AB) .419 Carver, Mark (619 AB)

2000-01 2004-05 2009-12 2009-10 1985-87 2010-12 2004-07 2007-10 2003-06 2004-08

most doubles 1. 62 2. 59 3. 57 4. 56 56 6. 53 7. 50 50 9. 49 10. 45

Batts, Jonathan Poulk, Matt Hargrave, Daniel Hemingway, Jamie Hairr, Kevin Broome, Corey Evans, Grayson Ridge, Hunter Wright, Matt Williams, Derek

2004-07 2002-06 2005-08 2000-03 1998-01 1990-93 2006-10 2010-12 2000-03 1994-97

most triples 1. 11 2. 10 10 10 10 6. 9 9 9 9. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Grawey, Chip Wright, Matt Dew, Sandy Appel, Jason Pope, Thomas Broome, Corey Chamberlain, Mark Wooten, Joe Hargrave, Daniel Raynor, John Askew, Sam Murr, Paul Edgerton, Howie Jones, Thomas Harris, Bill

2000-04 2000-03 1966-69 2005-08 2009-12 1990-93 1989-92 1957-58 2005-08 2003-06 1967-70 1980-83 1972-75 1980-81 1963,66

most games played 1. 229 Wright, Matt 2. 227 Batts, Jonathan 3. 223 Hemingway, Jamie 4. 213 Hargrave, Daniel 5. 212 Williams, Derek 6. 208 Barnhardt, Keith 7. 205 Jones, Chuck 8. 204 Foucht, Mike 9. 202 Raynor, John 10. 200 Broome, Corey

2000-03 2004-07 2000-03 2005-08 1994-97 1992-95 1984-87 1997-00 2003-06 1990-93

most games started 1. 223 Wright, Matt 2. 221 Hemingway, Jamie 3. 214 Batts, Jonathan 4. 205 Williams, Derek 5. 201 Barnhardt, Keith 6. 199 Broome, Corey 7. 195 Chamberlain, Mark 8. 193 Hargrave, Daniel 193 Currin, Perry 10. 185 McKenna, David

2000-03 2000-03 2004-07 1994-97 1992-95 1990-93 1989-92 2005-08 1989-92 1999-02

most at bats 1. 827 2. 800 3. 773 4. 769 769 6. 742 7. 726 8. 725 9. 723 10. 722

2000-03 2000-03 2004-07 1994-97 2005-08 2005-08 1989-92 1992-95 2002-06 1990-93

Hemingway, Jamie Wright, Matt Batts, Jonathan Williams, Derek Hargrave, Daniel Appel, Jason Chamberlain, Mark Barnhardt, Keith Poulk, Matt Broome, Corey

most home runs 1. 40 Britt, Bryan 2. 39 Hargrave, Daniel 3. 33 Carver, Mark 4. 32 Monday, Robbie 5. 31 Poulk, Matt 31 Batts, Jonathan 7. 28 Stanley, Cody 28 Foucht, Mike 9. 27 Hairr, Kevin 10. 25 Hall, Eric

1994-96 2005-08 2004-08 2009-10 2002-06 2004-07 2008-10 1997-00 1998-01 1985-86

most runs batted in 1. 182 Batts, Jonathan 2. 180 Wright, Matt 3. 172 Hargrave, Daniel 4. 170 Carver, Mark 5. 153 Poulk, Matt

2004-07 2000-03 2005-08 2004-08 2002-06

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

150 148 146 140 131

Ridge, Hunter Raynor, John Hemingway, Jamie Jones, Chuck Evans, Grayson

2010-12 2003-06 2000-03 1984-87 2006-10

most total bases 1. 429 Hargrave, Daniel 2. 402 Batts, Jonathan 3. 388 Hemingway, Jamie 4. 369 Poulk, Matt 5. 365 Wright, Matt 6. 359 Hairr, Kevin 7. 357 Appel, Jason 8. 356 Williams, Derek 9. 351 Broome, Corey 10. 348 Ridge, Hunter

2005-08 2004-07 2000-03 2002-06 2000-03 1998-01 2005-08 1994-97 1990-93 2010-12

most walks 1. 150 2. 134 3. 113 4. 112 5. 109 6. 106 7. 105 8. 101 9. 97 10. 95

2000-03 2004-07 1984-87 2007-10 1972-75 1994-97 1981-84 1984-87 1985-86 1985-88

Wright, Matt Batts, Jonathan Wells, Mitch Rooney, Michael Edgerton, Howie Williams, Derek Slaughter, Johnny Jones, Chuck Hall, Eric Langmeyer, Tim

most times hit by pitch 1. 34 Carver, Mark 2. 32 Preston, Tim 3. 31 Rooney, Michael 31 Hargrave, Daniel 31 Cain, Andrew 6. 30 Wishon, Justin 30 Pope, Thomas 8. 22 Hemingway, Jamie 22 Wright, Matt 10. 21 Batts, Jonathan

2004-08 2004-05 2007-10 2005-08 2009-12 2000-01 2009-12 2000-03 2000-03 2004-07

most times struck out 1. 197 Foucht, Mike 2. 166 Hemingway, Jamie 3. 162 Hargrave, Daniel 4. 161 Wright, Matt 5. 154 Simmerman, Russ 6. 150 Cain, Andrew 7. 137 Marsh, Daniel 8. 133 Barnhardt, Keith 9. 132 Langmeyer, Tim 10. 128 Hatcher, Chris 128 Raynor, John

1997-00 2000-03 2005-08 2000-03 2000-03 2009-12 1997-00 1992-95 1985-88 2004-06 2003-06

most stolen bases 1. 83 Wells, Mitch (83-103) 2. 79 Hemingway, Jamie (79-101) 3. 74 Raynor, John (74-83) 4. 72 Langmeyer, Tim (72-83) 5. 64 Grawey, Chip (64-78) 6. 62 Chamberlain, Mark (62-79) 7. 61 Hairr, Kevin (61-76) 8. 58 Foucht, Mike (58-72) 9. 57 Barnhardt, Keith (57-70) 10. 56 Appel, Jason (56-66)

1984-87 2000-03 2003-06 1985-88 2000-04 1989-92 1998-01 1997-00 1992-95 2005-08

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Career Records: pitching Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 100 IP) 1. 0.46 Eyer, Pete (137.2 IP) 2. 1.31 Booth, Eddie (255.0 IP) 3. 1.46 Lemon, Ed (148.1 IP) 4. 1.62 Sandlin, David (282.2 IP) 5. 1.69 Yelverton, Barnes (133.1 IP) 6. 1.83 Cuppett, Chuck (310.0 IP) 7. 1.83 Atkins, Eddie (172.0 IP) 8. 1.92 Sanderson (135.2 IP) 9. 1.99 Sanders, Jim (131.0 IP) 10. 2.23 Cross, Blake (145.1 IP)

1968-69 1969-72 1963-66 1970-73 1969-72 1967-70 1969-71 1973-74 1967-68 2001-04

Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 100 IP) 1. 11.11 Ramsey, Jason (247.0 IP) 2. 10.98 Booth, Eddie (255.0 IP) 3. 9.85 Cross, Blake (145.1 IP) 4. 9.71 Lemon, Ed (148.1 IP) 5. 9.58 Atkins, Eddie (172.0 IP) 6. 9.17 Altman, Heath (126.2 IP) 7. 9.15 Harrold, Stephen (103.1 IP) 8. 9.08 Flood, Allen (187.1 IP) 9. 8.85 Sandlin, David (282.2 IP) 10. 8.54 McDonnell, Matt (210.2 IP)

1994-96 1969-72 2001-04 1963-66 1969-71 1990-93 2008-10 2004-08 1970-73 1999-02

most wins 1. 31 2. 27 27 4. 25 25 6. 24 7. 23 8. 22 22 10. 21

Hill, Ronald (31-11) Booth, Eddie (27-6) Mullis, Jake (27-18) King, Kenny (25-10) Cuppett, Chuck (25-9) Mazur, Bryan (24-28) Davidson, Kevin (23-14) Sandlin, David (22-9) McSwain (22-13) Cropper, Daniel (21-14)

2002-05 1969-72 2000-03 1984-86 1967-70 1996-99 1984-87 1970-73 2009-12 2007-11

most losses 1. 28 2. 23 3. 22 4. 20 20 6. 19 19 8. 18 18 10. 16 16

Mazur, Bryan (24-28) Morrison, David (14-23) Hopper, Curtis (18-22) Hunt, Jerome (14-20) Temple, Jack (12-20) Jarman, Keith (12-19) Smith, Brian (18-19) Mullis, Jake (27-18) Ramsey, Jason (13-18) Willis, Carl (20-16) Smith, Kenny (20-16)

1996-99 1988-91 1983-86 1987-90 1997-00 1988-91 1991-94 2000-03 1994-96 1980-83 1980-83

Most saves 1. 32 2. 15 3. 13 4. 9 9 6. 8 8 8. 7 7 7 7 7 7

Cross, Blake Paul, Adam Harrold, Stephen Booth, Bryan Prince, William Altman, Heath Altman, Scott Mazur, Bryan Flood, Allen Salefsky, Larry Currin, Wesley McDonnell, Matt Ickes, Ken

2001-04 2003-06 2008-10 2007-10 2011-12 1990-93 1985-86 1996-99 2004-08 2006-08 1984-87 1999-02 1995-98

most appearances 1. 112 Flood, Allen 2. 95 Cross, Blake 3. 87 Booth, Bryan 4. 84 Paul, Adam 5. 81 Mazur, Bryan 6. 79 McDonnell, Matt 7. 77 Moore, Jeff 8. 76 Hill, Ronald 9. 74 Morgan, Andrew 74 Harrold, Stephen 74 McSwain, Tyler

2004-08 2001-04 2007-10 2003-06 1996-99 1999-02 2002-05 2002-05 2004-07 2008-10 2009-12

most games started 1. 57 Mullis, Jake 2. 52 Mazur, Bryan 3. 50 Cropper, Daniel 4. 49 Hill, Ronald 5. 45 Kozol, Anthony 45 Morrison, David 7. 44 Davidson, Kevin 44 Coughlin, Chris 9. 42 Smith, Brian 42 Hopper, Curtis 42 McSwain, Tyler

2000-03 1996-99 2007-11 2002-05 1996-00 1988-91 1984-87 1999-03 1991-94 1983-86 2009-12

most shutouts 1. 5 2. 4 3. 3 3 3 3 3

1984-87 1970-73 2000-03 1991-94 1965-67 1969-72 1994-96

Freeman, Mike Sandlin, David Mullis, Jake Smith, Brian Whitfi eld, Doyle Booth, Eddie Ramsey, Jason

3 3 3

Cuppett, Chuck Davidson, Kevin Cropper, Daniel

1967-70 1984-87 2007-11

most innings pitched 1. 381.2 Mazur, Bryan 2. 364.2 Mullis, Jake 3. 329.2 Hill, Ronald 4. 324.2 Smith, Brian 5. 315.0 McSwain, Tyler 6. 312.0 Smith, Kenny 7. 310.0 Cuppett, Chuck 8. 305.0 Davidson, Kevin 9. 297.2 Kozol, Anthony 10. 297.1 Cropper, Daniel

1996-99 2000-03 2002-05 1991-94 2009-12 1980-83 1967-70 1984-87 1996-00 2007-11

most strikeouts 1. 324 2. 311 3. 305 4. 278 5. 269 6. 239 7. 236 8. 231 231 10. 230

Mazur, Bryan Booth, Eddie Ramsey, Jason Sandlin, David Mullis, Jake McSwain, Tyler Cropper, Daniel Cuppett, Chuck Coughlin, Chris Babson, John

1996-99 1969-72 1994-96 1970-73 2000-03 2009-12 2007-11 1967-70 1999-03 1991-95

most hit batters 1. 36 2. 34 3. 33 33 5. 32 6. 30 7. 29 29 9. 28 10. 27

Hill, Ronald Holt, Bradley Benton, Thomas Mullis, Jake McSwain, Tyler Cropper, Daniel Frankoff, Seth Coughlin, Chris Mazur, Bryan Hatcher, Jeff

2002-05 2006-08 2003-06 2000-03 2009-12 2007-11 2007-10 1999-03 1996-99 2005-08

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Career Records: fielding Highest fielding pct. (minimum 800 chances) 1. .990 Jones, Chuck (1741-136-19) 2. .990 Hooks, Tim (795-54-9) 3. .990 Carver, Mark (862-81-10) 4. .988 Wright, Matt (2038-143-27) 5. .987 McBride, Chris (723-99-11) 6. .986 Marsh, Daniel (1216-167-20) 7. .985 Stanley, Cody (923-118-16) 8. .984 Hatcher, Chris (780-101-14) 9. .984 Ridge, Hunter (1057-73-18) 9. .983 Joyner, Tate (888-73-17) most chances 1. 2208 2. 1896 3. 1403 4. 1260 5. 1148 1148 7. 1147 8. 1057 9. 1055 10. 1013

Wright, Matt Jones, Chuck Marsh, Daniel Broome, Corey Batts, Jonathan Ridge, Hunter Holley, Clyde Stanley, Cody Hargrave, Daniel Wells, Mitch

1984-87 1987-90 2004-08 2000-03 1992-94 1997-00 2008-10 2004-06 2010-12 1994-97

2000-03 1984-87 1997-00 1990-93 2004-07 2010-12 1979-82 2008-10 2005-08 1984-87

most putouts 1. 2038 2. 1741 3. 1216 4. 1077 5. 1057 6. 1031 7. 961 8. 923 9. 888 10. 862

Wright, Matt Jones, Chuck Marsh, Daniel Holley, Clyde Ridge, Hunter Broome, Corey Batts, Jonathan Stanley, Cody Joyner, Tate Carver, Mark

2000-03 1984-87 1997-00 1979-82 2010-12 1990-93 2004-07 2008-10 1994-97 2004-08

most errors 1. 82 2. 65 3. 64 64 5. 61 6. 47 7. 46 8. 44 9. 43 43

most assists 1. 567 2. 546 3. 526 4. 507 5. 449 6. 362 7. 358 8. 357 9. 351 10. 332

Rooney, Michael Wells, Mitch Reynolds, Bobby McKenna, David Chamberlain, Mark Marbry, Michael Smith, Kenny Simmerman, Russ Poulk, Matt Bass, Michael

2007-10 1984-87 1983-86 1999-02 1989-92 2003-06 2003-06 2000-03 2002-06 2010-12

most double plays turned 1. 173 Wright, Matt 2. 135 Rooney, Michael 3. 110 Ridge, Hunter 4. 109 Hargrave, Daniel 5. 101 Chamberlain, Mark 6. 88 Simmerman, Russ 7. 83 McKenna, David 8. 79 Thielsen, Ben 9. 74 Monday, Robbie 74 Smith, Aaron

Wells, Mitch McKenna, David Barnhardt, Keith Reynolds, Bobby Stoudenmire, Ed McIntosh, Benji Hall, Gary Rooney, Michael Murr, Paul Walston, Kevin

1984-87 1999-02 1992-95 1983-86 1988-91 1996-99 1981-85 2007-10 1980-83 1994-97 2000-03 2007-10 2010-12 2005-08 1989-92 2000-03 1999-02 2009-10 2009-10 2003-04

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season Records: hitting Highest batting avg. (minimum 100 AB) 1. .434 Cole, Tom (46-106) 2. .406 Preston, Tim (102-251) 3. .401 Murr, Paul (63-157) 4. .397 Raynor, John (83-209) 5. .397 Appel, Jason (100-252) 6. .394 Currin, Perry (50-127) 7. .386 Hairr, Kevin (78-202) 8. .376 Wishon, Justin (76-202) 9. .375 Milkovits, John (57-152) 10. .373 Grawey, Chip (101-271)

1963 2005 1982 2005 2008 1990 1999 2000 1981 2004

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 100 AB) 1. .716 Britt, Bryan (232 AB) 2. .712 Hargrave, Daniel (139 AB) 3. .708 Carver, Mark (236 AB) 4. .699 Hickman, Eric (156 AB) 5. .689 Bonifay, Josh (196 AB) 6. .688 Monday, Robbie (205 AB) 7. .676 Hall, Eric (111 AB) 8. .674 Antle, Mike (138 AB) 9. .642 Hairr, Kevin (204 AB) 10. .634 Bryant, Bobby (123 AB)

1996 2006 2008 1987 1999 2010 1985 1983 1998 1985

Highest on base pct. (minimum 100 AB) 1. .530 Wishon, Justin (202 AB) 2. .489 Hall, Eric (169 AB) 3. .483 Hall, Eric (111 AB) 4. .476 Redd, Reggie (102 AB) 5. .470 McLean, Lee (159 AB) 6. .467 Appel, Jason (252 AB) 7. .467 Lewis, Van (115 AB) 8. .466 Carver, Mark (236 AB) 9. .463 Preston, Tim (251 AB) 10. .461 Milkovits, John (152 AB)

2000 1986 1985 1985 2006 2008 1976 2008 2005 1981

most games played 1. 63 Hatcher, Chris 63 Batts, Jonathan 63 Raynor, John 4. 62 many tied most at bats 1. 271 2. 264 264 264 5. 262 6. 261 7. 252 8. 251 9. 248 10. 247

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2006 2006 2006

most doubles 1. 24 Poulk, Matt 2. 22 Hemingway, Jamie 22 Hairr, Kevin 22 Vaughn, Kiley 5. 21 Hargrave, Daniel 21 Carver, Mark 21 Evans, Grayson 21 Halford, Steve 21 Broome, Corey 21 Ickes, Ken

2005 2003 1998 2002 2007 2007 2009 2007 1993 1998

most triples 1. 9 2. 7 7 7 7 6. 6 6 6 9. 5 5 5 5 5 5

1957 2004 1963 1981 2012 1966 2009 1967 2008 1996 1999 1990 1982 2005

Wooten, Joe Grawey, Chip Shipp, Bob Jones, Thomas Pope, Thomas Harris, Bill Stanley, Cody Askew, Sam Appel, Jason Williams, Derek Bonifay, Josh Mongero, Trent Murr, Paul Raynor, John

most home runs 1. 21 Britt, Bryan 21 Carver, Mark 3. 20 Monday, Robbie 4. 18 Hargrave, Daniel 5. 17 Bonifay, Josh 17 Hickman, Eric 7. 16 Foucht, Mike 16 Molinaro, Tyler 9. 14 Poulk, Matt 10. 13 Hall, Gary 13 Hall, Nate 13 Hall, Eric 13 Roach, Jason

1996 2008 2010 2008 1999 1987 1999 2012 2006 1985 2008 1986 1997

Grawey, Chip Hatcher, Chris Campbell, Matt Molinaro, Tyler Raynor, John Hargrave, Daniel Appel, Jason Preston, Tim Rooney, Michael Poulk, Matt

2004 2006 2012 2012 2006 2008 2008 2005 2010 2005

most runs scored 1. 71 Hargrave, Daniel 71 Carver, Mark 3. 69 Preston, Tim 4. 67 Williams, Derek 5. 65 Batts, Jonathan 6. 64 Appel, Jason 7. 63 Raynor, John 8. 60 Hatcher, Chris 60 Britt, Bryan 10. 59 Wishon, Justin 59 Foucht, Mike 59 Raynor, John 59 Cain, Andrew

most runs batted in 1. 82 Carver, Mark 2. 73 Poulk, Matt 3. 69 Raynor, John 4. 66 Monday, Robbie 66 Hall, Nate 6. 63 Roach, Jason 7. 62 Bonifay, Josh 62 Hargrave, Daniel 9. 60 Batts, Jonathan 60 Hemingway, Jamie

2008 2005 2006 2010 2008 1997 1999 2008 2007 2003

2008 2008 2005 1997 2006 2008 2006 2006 1996 2000 1999 2005 2012

most total bases 1. 167 Carver, Mark 2. 166 Britt, Bryan 3. 164 Hargrave, Daniel 4. 158 Preston, Tim 5. 154 Raynor, John 6. 147 Poulk, Matt 7. 143 Hemingway, Jamie 8. 141 Appel, Jason 141 Monday, Robbie 10. 139 Molinaro, Tyler

2008 1996 2008 2005 2006 2005 2003 2008 2010 2012

most hits 1. 102 2. 101 3. 100 4. 97 5. 92 6. 90 7. 87 8. 86 86 10. 85

2005 2004 2008 2006 2006 2005 2008 2003 2012 1996

most walks 1. 60 2. 52 3. 45 4. 43 5. 42 6. 41 41 41 9. 40 10. 39 39

1986 2000 2010 2006 2010 2002 2007 2003 2008 1986 2008

Preston, Tim Grawey, Chip Appel, Jason Raynor, John Hatcher, Chris Poulk, Matt Hargrave, Daniel Hemingway, Jamie Pope, Thomas Britt, Bryan

Hall, Eric Wishon, Justin Monday, Robbie Batts, Jonathan Stanley, Cody Wright, Matt Batts, Jonathan Wright, Matt Hall, Nate Redd, Reggie Carver, Mark

most times hit by pitch 1. 18 Carver, Mark 2. 17 Preston, Tim 3. 16 Wishon, Justin 4. 15 Rooney, Michael 15 Preston, Tim 6. 14 Wishon, Justin 14 Cain, Andrew 7. 13 Thielsen, Ben 8. 12 Hargrave, Daniel 9. 11 Eichhorn, Neal 11 Hatcher, Chris 11 Pope, Thomas

2008 2005 2001 2008 2004 2000 2012 2009 2007 2004 2006 2012

most times struck out 1. 66 Molinaro, Tyler 2. 63 Bonifay, Josh 3. 61 Simmerman, Russ 4. 59 Foucht, Mike 5. 58 Foucht, Mike 6. 57 Simmerman, Russ 7. 54 Avent, John 54 Cain, Andrew 9. 53 Hatcher, Chris 10. 52 Williams, Terry

2012 1997 2002 2000 1999 2003 1998 2012 2006 1998

Most sacrifice hits 1. 24 Joyner, Blaine 2. 18 Farber, Andrew 3. 14 Currin, Perry 4. 12 Cooper, Marshall 12 Ange, David 12 Rooney, Michael 12 Thielsen, Ben 8. 11 Marbry, Michael 11 McKenna, David 11 Hargrave, Daniel 11 Pope, Thomas

2000 2012 1991 1996 2001 2008 2010 2006 2001 2008 2012

most stolen bases 1. 42 Raynor, John (42-46) 2. 39 Grawey, Chip (39-48) 3. 31 Hemingway, Jamie (31-37) 4. 30 Wells, Mitch (30-37) 5. 28 Hooker, Kevin (28-36) 6. 27 Wells, Mitch (27-33) 7. 26 Langmeyer, Tim (26-31) 8. 25 Reynolds, Bobby (25-28) 9. 24 Langmeyer, Tim (24-28) 24 Wishon, Justin (24-33) 24 Mongero, Trent (24-28)

2006 2004 2003 1985 1992 1987 1988 1986 1986 2000 1989

most stolen base attempts 1. 48 Grawey, Chip (39-48) 2. 46 Raynor, John (42-46) 3. 37 Wells, Mitch (30-37) 37 Hemingway, Jamie (31-37) 5. 36 Hooker, Kevin (28-36) 6. 33 Wells, Mitch (27-33) 33 Wishon, Justin (24-33) 8. 31 Langmeyer, Tim (26-31) 9. 30 Wishon, Justin (21-30) 10. 28 Mongero, Trent (24-28) 28 Rugienius, Mike (22-28) 28 Reynolds, Bobby (25-28) 28 Langmeyer, Tim (24-28) 28 Chamberlain, Mark (20-28)

2004 2006 1985 2003 1992 1987 2000 1988 2001 1989 1998 1986 1986 1992

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season Records: pitching Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 42 IP) 1. 0.00 Sandlin, David (79.0 IP) 2. 0.31 Eyer, Pete (58.2 IP) 3. 0.39 Atkins, Eddie (46.0 IP) 4. 0.57 Eyer, Pete (79.0 IP) 5. 0.82 Lemon, Ed (55.0 IP) 6. 0.92 Booth, Eddie (59.0 IP) 7. 1.21 Page, Sam (44.2 IP) 8. 1.33 Cuppett, Chuck (47.1 IP) 9. 1.48 Booth, Eddie (67.0 IP) 10. 1.49 Sandlin, David (66.1 IP)

1970 1969 1969 1968 1966 1970 1965 1969 1972 1973

Most strikeouts/9 inn game (minimum 42 IP) 1. 12.44 Ramsey, Jason (97.2 IP) 2. 11.60 Atkins, Eddie (45.0 IP) 3. 11.42 Balentine, Bryant (67.0 IP) 4. 11.28 Booth, Eddie (67.0 IP) 5. 11.25 Altman, Heath (64.0 IP) 6. 10.98 Booth, Eddie (87.2 IP) 7. 10.96 Babson, John (88.2 IP) 8. 10.86 Frankoff, Seth (56.1 IP) 9. 10.80 Ramsey, Jason (106.2 IP) 10. 10.51 Mazur, Bryan (101.0 IP)

1996 1970 1990 1972 1993 1971 1995 2010 1995 1999

most wins 1. 12 2. 11 3. 10 10 10 10 10 8. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Hill, Ronald (12-4) Holt, Bradley (11-1) Sutton, Roger (10-3) Hill, Ronald (10-4) Whitaker, Brian (10-3) King, Kenny (10-2) Mazur, Bryan (10-4) Antle, Mike (9-4) Mazur, Bryan (9-8) Cuppett, Chuck (9-2) King, Kenny (9-4) Booth, Eddie (9-1) Adams, Tommie (9-3) Benton, Thomas (9-5) McSwain, Tyler

2004 2008 1978 2005 2001 1985 1999 1981 1997 1968 1986 1971 1989 2006 2012

most losses 1. 11 2. 9 9 9 9 9 7. 8 8 8 8

Hunt, Jerome (3-11) Tillman, Tony (4-9) Ramsey, Jason (4-9) Jarman, Keith (7-9) Smith, Brian (4-9) Sutton, Roger (7-9) Mazur, Bryan (3-8) Mazur, Bryan (2-8) Mazur, Bryan (9-8) Whitaker, Brian (7-8)

1988 1988 1996 1991 1992 1979 1998 1996 1997 2002

most saves 1. 13 2. 12 3. 9 4. 8 5. 7 7 7. 6 6 6 10. 5 5 5 5

Cross, Blake Cross, Blake Paul, Adam Altman, Heath Altman, Scott Cross, Blake Harrold, Stephen Booth, Bryan Harrold, Stephen Smith, Brian Roach, Jason Tart, Blaze Prince, William

2003 2004 2006 1993 1985 2002 2010 2009 2008 1991 1996 2011 2011

most appearances 1. 37 Booth, Bryan (RHP) 2. 36 Paul, Adam (RHP) 3. 35 Cross, Blake (RHP) 4. 33 Flood, Allen (RHP) 33 Roth, Cameron (LHP) 6. 32 Booth, Bryan (RHP) 32 Cross, Blake (RHP) 8. 30 Harrold, Stephen (RHP) 30 Secrest, Kelly (LHP) 9. 29 Moore, Jeff (RHP) 29 Davis, Steven (LHP) 29 Salefsky, Larry (RHP)

2009 2006 2003 2005 2008 2010 2004 2008 2012 2004 2009 2008

most games started 1. 18 Benton, Thomas (RHP) 2. 17 Kimball, Zach (LHP) 17 Kimball, Zach (LHP) 17 Hill, Ronald (RHP) 5. 16 Mazur, Bryan (LHP) 16 Weatherby, Charlie (RHP) 16 Hunt, Jerome (RHP) 16 Hill, Ronald (RHP) 16 Whitaker, Brian (RHP) 16 Temple, Jack (RHP) 16 Mullis, Jake (RHP) 16 Batts, Mat (LHP)

2006 2004 2005 2005 1997 2001 1988 2004 2002 1998 2002 2012

most complete games 1. 10 Sutton, Roger 2. 9 Hopper, Curtis 9 Sutton, Roger 9 Willis, Carl 5. 8 Willis, Carl 8 Pope, David 8 King, Kenny 8 Jarman, Keith 8 Hopper, Curtis 8 Smith, Kenny most shutouts 1. 5 Freeman, Mike 2. 3 Cuppett, Chuck 3 Ramsey, Jason 3 Sandlin, David 3 Smith, Brian 3 Booth, Eddie 7. 2 many tied

Benton, Thomas Tillman, Tony

2006 1988

most walks allowed 1. 60 Davis, Parker 60 Antle, Mike 3. 59 Balentine, Bryant 4. 58 Hopper, Curtis 58 Balentine, Bryant 6. 53 Moore, Keith 53 Morrison, David 53 King, Kenny 53 Smith, Kenny 53 Mazur, Bryan

1976 1981 1990 1984 1988 1984 1991 1985 1983 1997

1979 1986 1978 1983 1982 1979 1986 1990 1985 1982

most strikeouts 1. 135 Ramsey, Jason 2. 128 Ramsey, Jason 3. 118 Mazur, Bryan 4. 108 Babson, John 5. 107 Booth, Eddie 6. 103 Weatherby, Charlie 7. 101 Benton, Thomas 8. 98 Mullis, Jake 9. 96 Kozol, Anthony 10. 95 Holt, Bradley

1996 1995 1999 1995 1971 2001 2006 2003 2000 2008

1987 1967 1995 1971 1994 1971

most home runs allowed 1. 15 Davidson, Kevin 15 Temple, Jack 3. 14 Holt, Bradley 4. 13 Mullis, Jake 13 Hatcher, Jeff 6. 12 Ramsey, Jason 12 Coughlin, Chris 12 Kozol, Anthony 9. 11 Mullis, Jake 11 Benton, Thomas 11 Hunt, Jerome 11 Hatcher, Jeff 11 Mazur, Bryan

1987 1998 2007 2003 2008 1996 2003 1998 2002 2004 1990 2007 1998

most innings pitched 1. 120.2 Benton, Thomas 2. 119.0 Sutton, Roger 3. 118.0 Weatherby, Charlie 4. 117.0 Whitaker, Brian 5. 113.1 Kozol, Anthony 6. 108.2 Mazur, Bryan 7. 107.2 Kimball, Zach 107.2 Smith, Brian 9. 106.2 King, Kenny 106.2 Hill, Ronald

2006 1979 2001 2002 2000 1997 2004 1994 1986 2005

most hits allowed 1. 137 Sutton, Roger 2. 131 Mazur, Bryan 3. 125 Kozol, Anthony 4. 121 Hill, Ronald 5. 116 Benton, Thomas 6. 115 King, Kenny 7. 113 Mazur, Bryan 113 Temple, Jack 9. 110 Hill, Ronald 10. 109 Hunt, Jerome 109 Batts, Mat

1979 1997 2000 2004 2006 1986 1998 1998 2005 1988 2012

most runs allowed 1. 95 Mazur, Bryan 2. 78 Temple, Jack 3. 77 Hunt, Jerome 4. 75 Mazur, Bryan 5. 74 Sutton, Roger 6. 68 Morrison, David 7. 66 Benton, Thomas 8. 65 Booker, Zach 65 McSwain, Tyler 10. 64 Davidson, Kevin

1997 1998 1988 1998 1979 1991 2006 2006 2011 1987

most earned runs allowed 1. 72 Mazur, Bryan 2. 64 Temple, Jack 3. 55 Hunt, Jerome 4. 54 Kimball, Zach 54 Booker, Zach 54 Mazur, Bryan 7. 53 Sutton, Roger 8. 51 Davidson, Kevin

1997 1998 1988 2005 2006 1998 1979 1987

51 51

most wild pitches 1. 15 McDonnell, Matt 2. 13 Benton, Thomas 13 Morrison, David 4. 12 Pyrtle, Joey 12 Roach, Jason 6. 11 McDonnell, Matt 11 Trogdon, Bryan 11 Tillman, Tony 9. 10 Coughlin, Chris 10. 9 many tied most hit batters 1. 19 Holt, Bradley 2. 15 Benton, Thomas 15 McSwain, Tyler 4. 14 Hill, Ronald 14 Moore, Jeff 6. 13 Mullis, Jake 13 Booker, Zach 13 DeLoach, Tyler 13 Ramsey, Jordan 10. 12 Overton, Brad 12 Salefsky, Larry

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2007 2006 2012 2005 2005 2002 2006 2012 2012 2003 2008

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season Records: fielding Highest fielding pct. (minimum 100 chances) 1. 1.000 Joyner, Tate (107-13-0) 2. .996 Jones, Chuck (474-41-2) 3. .996 Marsh, Daniel (433-43-2) 4. .995 McLean, Lee (205-10-1) 5. .995 Hooks, Tim (183-20-1) 6. .995 McLean, Lee (152-48-1) 7. .994 Murphy, Pat (155-13-1) 8. .994 Carver, Mark (142-17-1) 9. .993 Wright, Matt (557-41-4) 10. .993 Walters, Morgan (114-27-1)

1994 1985 2000 2005 1989 2006 2003 2005 2002 1984

most putouts 1. 557 Wright, Matt 2. 533 Wright, Matt 3. 516 Wright, Matt 4. 506 Jones, Chuck 5. 474 Jones, Chuck 6. 469 Jones, Chuck 7. 465 Ridge, Hunter 8. 453 Ridge, Hunter 9. 447 Stanley, Cody 10. 433 Marsh, Daniel

2002 2003 2001 1986 1985 1987 2012 2011 2010 2000

most chances 1. 602 Wright, Matt 2. 568 Wright, Matt 3. 567 Wright, Matt 4. 559 Jones, Chuck 5. 517 Jones, Chuck 6. 507 Stanley, Cody 7. 498 Ridge, Hunter 8. 495 Jones, Chuck 9. 487 Ridge, Hunter 10. 486 Marsh, Daniel

2002 2001 2003 1986 1985 2010 2012 1987 2012 1999

most assists 1. 206 2. 201 3. 200 4. 192 5. 183 6. 174 7. 171 8. 167 9. 165 10. 164

2010 2004 2012 2005 2002 2008 2009 1986 2009 1985

Rooney, Michael Smith, Aaron Michael Bass Marbry, Michael Vaughn, Kiley Rooney, Michael Thielsen, Ben Reynolds, Bobby Rooney, Michael Reynolds, Bobby

most errors 1. 32 2. 31 3. 28 28 5. 25 25 7. 24 24 9. 23 10. 22 22 22

Barnhardt, Keith Robertson, Ty Reynolds, Bobby Phillips, Tommy McIntosh, Benji Rugienius, Mike Wells, Mitch Mongero, Trent Hargrave, Daniel Baldwin, Bubba Walston, Kevin Murr, Paul

most double plays turned 1. 55 Wright, Matt 2. 50 Wright, Matt 3. 49 Rooney, Michael 4. 48 Simmerman, Russ 5. 45 Ridge, Hunter 6. 42 Smith, Aaron 42 Thielsen, Ben 42 Marbry, Michael 42 Ridge, Hunter 10. 41 Bass, Michael

1993 1997 1986 1981 1998 1997 1986 1990 2008 1978 1995 1981 2003 2002 2010 2003 2011 2004 2010 2005 2011 2012

miscellAnous Records

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Two-Out RBI Year-by-Year Leaders 1997 Jason Roach 1998 Terry Williams Kevin Hairr 1999 Josh Bonifay 2000 Mike Foucht 2001 Magnus Pilegard 2002 David McKenna Kiley Vaughn 2003 Jamie Hemingway 2004 Aaron Smith 2005 John Raynor 2006 John Raynor 2007 Jonathan Batts 2008 Mark Carver 2009 Mike Rooney 2010 Hunter Ridge 2011 Andrew Cain 2012 Michael bass

27 14 14 26 14 16 18 18 22 29 19 25 22 34 23 25 23 22

Single Season Records 34 Mark Carver 29 Aaron Smith 27 Jason Roach 26 Nate Hall Josh Bonifay 25 John Raynor Hunter Ridge 23 Mike Rooney Andrew Cain 22 Jonathan Batts Jamie Hemingway Michael Bass

2008 2004 1997 2008 1999 2006 2010 2009 2011 2007 2003 2012

Career Leaders 64 Mark Carver 61 John Raynor 60 Hunter Ridge 58 Jamie Hemingway 55 Michael Bass 52 Andrew Cain 51 Thomas Pope 48 Daniel Hargrave Matt Wright Grayson Evans Reached Base Streak (since 2001) 43 Nate Hall 35 Jason Appel 31 Thomas Pope 30 Mike Rooney 30 Kenny Smith 29 Matt Campbell 29 Chris Hatcher 27 Matt Wright 26 Magnus Pilegard 25 Jonathan Batts 23 fi ve tied

2005-08 2003-06 2010-12 2000-03 2010-12 2009-12 2009-12 2005-08 2000-03 2006-10

Top 10 Home Crowds (Since 1999) 3608 UNC 3/24/09 3422 Towson 5/21/08 3257 East Carolina 5/11/04 3202 East Carolina 4/29/08 3142 Hofstra 5/25/05 3108 Will. & Mary 5/22/08 3057 Old Dominion 5/26/04 2782 Wake Forest 4/01/08 2762 Old Dominion 5/24/06 2741 NC State 5/10/06

2008 2008 2011-12 2009 2005 2011 2006 2001 2001 2007

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Class records Hitting Category

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Batting Average

.434-Tom Cole (1963)

.394-Perry Currin (1990)

.401-Paul Murr (1982)

.406-Tim Preston (2005)

Slugging Percentage

.642-Kevin Hairr (1998)

.712-Daniel Hargrave (2006)

.716-Bryan Britt (1996)

.708-Mark Carver (2008)

On Base Percentage

.408-Hunter Ridge (2010)

.455-Kevin Hairr (1999)

.530-Justin Wishon (2000)

.489-Eric Hall (1986)

Games Played

59-Hunter Ridge (2010)

62-Mike Rooney (2008)/Matt Sutton (2004)

63-Chris Hatcher (2006)/ Jonathan Batts (2006)

63-John Raynor (2006)

At Bats

227-Matt Sutton (2003)

241-Matt Sutton (2004)

264-Chris Hatcher (2006)

271-Chip Grawey (2004)

Runs

51-Butch Watts (1963)

54-SteveHalford (2007)/Cody Stanley (2009)

65-Jonathan Batts (2006)

71-Mark Carver (2008)/Daniel Hargrave (2008)

Hits

77-Hunter Ridge (2010)

84-Hunter Ridge (2011)

92-Chris Hatcher (2006)

102-Tim Preston (2005)

Doubles

22-Kevin Hairr (1998)

21-Steve Halford (2007)

24-Matt Poulk (2005)

22-Jamie Hemingway (2003)/ Kiley Vaughn (2002)

Triples

9-Joe Wooten (1957)

6-Cody Stanley (2009)

7-Tom Jones (1981)

7-Chip Grawey (2004)/Thomas Pope (2012)

Home Runs

12-Matt Sutton (2003)

17-Josh Bonifay (1999)

21-Bryan Britt (1996)

21-Mark Carver (2008)

RBI

50-Matt Sutton (2003)

62-Josh Bonifay (1999)

73-Matt Poulk (2005)

82-Mark Carver (2008)

Total Bases

131-Kevin Hairr (198)

135-Cody Stanley (2009)/Josh Bonifay (1999)

166-Bryan Britt (1996)

167-Mark Carver (2008)

Walks

37-Matt Wright (2000)

36-Josh Bonifay (1997)

52-Justin Wishon (2000)

60-Eric Hall (1986)

HBP

8-Matt Wright (2000)

15-Mike Rooney (2008)

14-Justin Wishon (2001)

18-Mark Carver (2008)

SO

61-Josh Bonifay (1997)

51-Mike Foucht (1998)

66-Tyler Molinaro (2012)

59-Mike Foucht (2000)

Sac

6-Ed Stoudenmire (1988)/ Kevin Robinson (1993)

18-Drew Farber (2012)

14-Perry Currin (1991)

24-Blaine Joyner (2000)

SB

19-Richard Suggs (1971)

30-Mitch Wells (1985)

28-Kevin Hooker (1992)

42-John Raynor (2006)

Pitching Category

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

ERA

0.00-David Sandlin (1970)

0.92-Eddie Booth (1970)

0.57-Pete Eyer (1968)

0.31-Pete Eyer (1969)

SO/9

9.92-Allen Flood (2005)

11.60-Eddie Atkins (1970)

12.44-Jason Ramsey (1996)

11.28-Eddie Booth (1972)

Wins

9-Mike Antle (1981)

10-Kenny King (1985)

12-Ronald Hill (2004)

10-Ronald Hill (2005)

Saves

6-Stephen Harrold (2008)

7-Blake Cross (2002)

13-Blake Cross (2003)

12-Blake Cross (2004)

App.

33-Cameron Roth (2008)/Allen Flood (2005)

30-Kelly Secrest (2012)

37-Bryan Booth (2009)

36-Adam Paul (2006)

Starts

15-Daniel Cropper (2007)

16-four tied

17-Ronald Hill (2005)

18-Thomas Benton (2006)

IP

100.2-Chuck Cuppett (1967)

108.2-Bryan Mazur (1997)

107.2-Zach Kimball (2004)

120.2-Thomas Benton (2006)

SO

67-Jim Sanders (1967)

128-Jason Ramsey (1995)

135-Jason Ramsey (1996)

118-Bryan Mazur (1999)

Fielding Category

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Fld Pct.

1.000-Tate Joyner (1994)

.996-Chuck Jones (1985)

.995-Lee McLean (2005)

.996-Daniel Marsh (2000)

Chances

471-Matt Wright (2000)

568-Matt Wright (2001)

602-Matt Wright (2002)

567-Matt Wright (2003)

Putouts

432-Matt Wright (2000)

516-Matt Wright (2001)

557-Matt Wright (2002)

533-Matt Wright (2003)

Assists

113-Chuck Justice (1994)

174-Mike Rooney (2008)

200-Michael Bass (2012)

210-Mike Rooney (2010)

Errors

14-John Tallent (1978)

32-Keith Barnhardt (1993)

25-Benji McIntosh (1998)/ Mike Rugienius (1997)

31-Ty Robertson (1997)

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vs Akron.......................................................................... 1-2 vs Albany ........................................................................ 3-0 vs Appalachian State ...................................................... 3-1 vs Arizona ....................................................................... 1-2 vs Auburn ....................................................................... 0-5 vs Ball State.................................................................... 3-2 vs Bradley ....................................................................... 1-1 vs Brown ......................................................................... 8-5 vs Buffalo ....................................................................... 2-1 vs Campbell ............................................................ 75-37-1 vs Central Florida............................................................ 2-0 vs Charleston Southern ......................................... 44-19 First meeting: 4/25/67 at CSU, W 6-3 At Brooks Field: 26-8 At CSu: 17-11 At Neutral: 1-0 Streak: W5 (Lm: 5/15/12 at uNCW, W 5-1) vs Charlotte ................................................................ 11-12 vs Clemson ................................................................... 9-34 vs Cleveland St ............................................................... 2-0 vs Coastal Carolina ............................................... 31-52 First meeting: 4/17/75 at UNCW, W 5-0 At Brooks Field: 18-22 At CCU: 13-30 Streak: W1 (LM: 4/10/12 at UNCW, W 5-4) vs Coll. of Charleston ................................................ 4-4 First meeting: 2/24/09, at UNCW, W 5-3 At Brooks Field: 3-1 At CofC: 1-3 Streak: W2 (3/20/12 at UNCW, W 7-3) vs Dartmouth .................................................................. 8-4 vs Davidson ............................................................ 14-2 first meeting: 4/1/65 at uNCW, W 6-4 At Brooks Field: 8-1 At Davidson: 6-0 At Neutral: 0-1 Streak: W7 (LM: 3/10/94 at Davidson, W 6-4) vs Delaware .......................................................... 25-14 First meeting: 4/4/72 at UNCW, L 3-2 In CAA: 19-9 At Brooks Field: 12-8 At uD: 11-5 At Neutral: 2-1 Streak: W1 (5/26/12 at JMU (CAA), W 10-8) vs Delaware State ........................................................... 3-0 vs Duke ....................................................................... 22-11 vs East Carolina .................................................... 56-69 first meeting: 4/24/65, at ECu, L 5-1 At Brooks Field: 35-29 At ECU: 21-34 At Netrual: 0-6 Streak: W1 (LM: 4/17/12 at #24 ECU, W 10-1) vs East Tennessee St ...................................................... 2-1 vs Eastern Kentucky ....................................................... 7-1 vs Eastern Michigan ....................................................... 0-2 vs Elon ................................................................. 25-19 first meeting: 4/12/65, at Elon, L 5-4 At Brooks Field: 15-9 At Elon: 8-11 At Neutral: 2-0 Streak: W1 (4/25/12 at uNCW, W 7-5) vs Evansville ................................................................... 1-2 vs Fairfi eld ...................................................................... 9-4 vs Florida Atlantic ........................................................... 2-2 vs Florida International................................................... 0-2 vs Florida St.................................................................... 0-3 vs Fordham ..................................................................... 5-0 vs Furman ....................................................................... 0-1 vs Gardner-Webb ...................................................... 5-1 First meeting: 4/3/72, at GW, W 2-1 At Brooks field: 4-1 At GW: 1-0 Streak: W2 (4/30/76 at UNCW, W 9-3) vs George mason .................................................. 51-44 First meeting: 3/20/82 at UNCW, W 7-3 In CAA: 44-32 At Brooks Field: 33-17 At GMU: 18-20 At Neutral: 0-7 Streak: L1 (LM: 5/19/12 at UNCW, L 10-9)

vs George Washington .................................................... 3-1 vs Georgia....................................................................... 1-2 vs Georgia Southern ....................................................... 0-2 vs Georgia State...................................................... State 14-7 First meeting: 4/21/06, at UNCW, W 13-8 In CAA: 13-5 At Brooks Field: 10-5 At GSu: 4-2 Streak: L1 (LM: 4/29/12 at GSU, L 8-7) vs Georgia Tech .............................................................. 2-2 vs High Point .............................................................. 21-10 vs Hofstra .............................................................. 26-5 First meeting: 3/29/02, at UNCW, W 3-1 In CAA: 25-5 At Brooks field: 14-2 At HU: 12-3 Streak: L1 (Lm: 4/15/12 at uNCW, L 4-2) vs Holy Cross .................................................................. 1-0 vs Indiana State .............................................................. 1-0 vs Jacksonville ............................................................... 3-4 vs James madison ................................................ 38-54 First meeting: 4/20/85, at JMU, L 9-6 In CAA: 33-43 At Brooks field: 26-22 At JMU: 10-26 Streak: W3 (LM: 3/11/12 at UNCW, W 14-3) vs kent State ............................................................ 6-8 First meeting: 3/25/71, at UNCW, W 4-0 At Brooks Field: 6-8 Streak: W1 (LM: 3/7/09 #17 KSU, at UNCW, W 3-0) vs Kentucky .................................................................... 0-1 vs LaSalle ....................................................................... 3-0 vs Lamar ......................................................................... 0-1 vs Lehigh Lehigh.................................................................. 0-1 First meeting: 2/26/10, at UNCW, L 5-4 At Brooks Field: 0-1 Streak: L1 (LM: 2/26/10 at UNCW, L 5-4) vs Liberty ........................................................................ 3-6 vs Louisiana State .......................................................... 0-1 vs Maine ......................................................................... 1-0 vs Marist ......................................................................... 3-2 vs Marshall ..................................................................... 1-1 vs Maryland .................................................................... 7-3 vs Md-Eastern Shore ...................................................... 5-0 vs Miami (Ohio) .............................................................. 1-0 vs Michigan State ........................................................... 3-0 vs Missouri ..................................................................... 1-2 vs Monmouth.................................................................. 1-0 vs Morehead State .......................................................... 1-0 vs Mt. St. Mary’s ............................................................. 2-0 vs NC Central .................................................................. 4-0 vs NC State State........................................................... 18-61 First meeting: 3/8/71, at NC State, L 3-1 At Brooks field: 12-27 At NC State: 6-32 At Neutral: 0-2 Streak: L4 (LM: 6/3/12 at #16 NCSU (NCAA), L 17-5) vs Navy ........................................................................... 2-0 vs New York Tech ........................................................... 3-0 vs North Carolina .................................................. 12-52 First meeting: 3/21/76, at UNC, L 3-0 At Brooks field: 6-22 At UNC: 6-30 Streak: L12 (LM: 5/8/12 at #7 UNC, L 4-2) vs North Carolina A&T .................................................... 3-0 vs North Florida .............................................................. 1-1 vs Northeastern .................................................. 12-6-1 First meeting: 5/31/03, at Baton Rouge, W 12-6 In CAA: 11-6-1 At Brooks Field: 6-0 At Nu: 5-6-1 At Neutral: 1-0 Streak: W7 (LM: 4/22/12 at NU, W 10-2) vs Northern Iowa ............................................................ 1-0 vs Northwestern ............................................................. 1-4 vs Notre Dame ................................................................ 1-0 vs Ohio.......................................................................... 12-6 vs Ohio State .................................................................. 1-1 vs Oklahoma ................................................................... 0-1

vs Old Dominion Dominion.................................................... 61-56 First meeting: 3/1/81, at UNCW, W 3-2 In CAA: 35-24 At Brooks Field: 38-25 At ODU: 20-29 At Neutral: 3-2 Streak: W3 (LM: 4/2/12 at UNCW, W 4-3) vs Ole Miss ..................................................................... 0-3 vs Penn State.................................................................. 1-1 vs Princeton.................................................................... 6-1 vs Purdue........................................................................ 1-0 vs Radford ...................................................................... 7-3 vs Rhode Island .............................................................. 7-4 vs Richmond ............................................................... 22-37 vs Rider ........................................................................... 2-0 vs Sacred Heart .............................................................. 1-0 vs Saint Peter’s ............................................................... 3-0 vs San Diego .....................................................First Meeting vs Savannah State .......................................................... 3-0 vs Siena .......................................................................... 7-0 vs South Carolina ......................................................... 2-15 vs Southern Miss ............................................................ 0-1 vs St. John’s ................................................................... 4-3 vs St. Joseph’s ............................................................... 2-0 vs Stetson ....................................................................... 3-9 vs Stony Brook ......................................................... 1-1 First meeting: 3/6/10, at UNCW, L 6-2 At Brooks field: 1-1 Streak: W1 (LM: 3/7/10 at UNCW, W 11-3) vs Temple ....................................................................... 3-0 vs Tennessee .................................................................. 2-2 vs Texas Christian .......................................................... 2-2 vs The Citadel ................................................................. 7-4 vs Towson ............................................................ 31-13 First meeting: 3/19/90, at UNCW, W 8-2 In CAA: 23-10 At Brooks field: 22-6 At Towson: 8-7 At Netrual: 1-0 Streak: W2 (Lm: 5/6/12 at uNCW, W 12-2) vs Tulane ........................................................................ 1-1 vs UMBC ......................................................................... 4-0 vs UNC Asheville............................................................. 2-1 vs UNC Greensboro Greensboro....................................................... 8-11 vs UW Milwaukee............................................................ 1-0 vs Utah ........................................................................... 3-0 vs VCu ................................................................. 43-32 first meeting: 4/12/71, at VCu, W 6-5 At Brooks Field: 28-17 At VCU: 13-12 At Neutral: 2-3 Streak: W2 (LM: 5/24/12 at JMU (CAA), W 8-5) vs Vanderbilt ................................................................... 0-1 vs Villanova .................................................................... 3-1 vs Virginia ....................................................................... 1-5 vs Virginia Tech ............................................................ 10-8 vs Wake Forest ........................................................... 13-15 vs West Virginia .............................................................. 7-4 vs Western Carolina ...................................................... 9-12 vs Western Kentucky ...................................................... 0-1 vs William & mary ................................................. 66-21 First meeting: 3/14/82, at UNCW, W 5-2 In CAA: 57-16 At Brooks Field: 35-8 At W&M: 28-12 At Neutral: 3-1 Streak: W8 (LM: 5/12/12 at W&M, W 4-3) vs Winthrop Winthrop..................................................................... 2-4 vs Wright State ............................................................... 1-1 vs Xavier ......................................................................... 0-1 vs Yale .......................................................................... 18-9 vs Youngstown State ...................................................... 2-1

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season results (division I) 1977 (W-10, l-17) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 7-10 away: 3-7 2/27 3/1 2 9 10 12 14 15 17 18 24 25 26 31 4/1 5 6 7 11 12 14 19 21 23 25 28

at Coastal Carolina at Stetson at Stetson N.C. State Va. Commonwealth Western Carolina Yale Yale Clemson Clemson Dartmouth Dartmouth Baptist at Elon at UNC Chapel Hill East Carolina Coastal Carolina at Campbell Duke Methodist Pembroke at Pembroke at East Carolina at Atlantic Christian at Atlantic Christian Campbell Elon

L L L L W L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L W W W L L W W

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

1978 (W-23, l-16) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 16-4 away: 5-10 neutral: 2-2 3/6

at Duke at Duke 9 N.C. State 11 at Methodist 12 Yale 13 Yale 14 Yale 15 Case Western Case Western 18 Dartmouth 19 Dartmouth 21 Baptist 22 #Ohio State #Cleveland State 23 #Ohio State 29 at N.C. State 31 Western Carolina 4/1 Western Carolina 2 at Coastal Carolina at Coastal Carolina 3 at Baptist 4 at Baptist 7 at Campbell 8 The Citadel 9 Atlantic Christian Atlantic Christian 10 Methodist 11 at East Carolina 12 Liberty Baptist 15 at East Carolina 19 at The Citadel 20 Pembroke 21 $Baptist 22 Baptist 23 East Carolina East Carolina 24 at Pembroke 28 at Clemson 29 at Clemson # at Macon, Ga. $ at Legion Stadium

1979 (W-21, l-16) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 16-8 away: 5-8 W W L L W L W W W W W W L W W L W W L L L L W W W L W L W L L W L W W W W L L

8-4 11-0 4-5 4-5 4-1 2-3 6-4 1-0(8) 4-3 7-6(10) 9-1 7-6 2-3 19-3 6-1 4-5 3-1 7-6 4-11 4-9 6-7 4-5(10) 18-8 4-3 5-4 3-11 14-4 1-25 9-3 0-8 3-4 5-1 9-13 10-0 7-4 4-3(9) 6-5(10) 6-7 3-4

3/1 2 4 7 12 13 16 17 18 19 22 23 25 26 27 29 31 4/2 5 7 10 11 12 13 16 17 19 21 23 24 25 27 28

at South Carolina at UNC Charlotte Salisbury State at N.C. State Yale Yale Yale Western Carolina Western Carolina Clemson Clemson Eastern Connecticut Eastern Connecticut at Coastal Carolina at Baptist at Baptist East Carolina at UNC Chapel Hill N.C. State at Methodist Campbell at East Carolina Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina UNC Chapel Hill Methodist Pembroke at Wingate Duke Duke UNC Charlotte at Campbell Wingate at Atlantic Christian at Atlantic Christian Baptist Baptist

1980 (W-8, l-24) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 6-11 away: 2-13 L 8-20 5-3 W W 17-5 L 2-4(10) W 6-3 L 1-2 L 2-6 L 4-7 W 5-0 L 2-17 L 6-8 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 2-6 W 10-2 L 4-6 W 2-1 L 3-6 L 3-4 L 2-4 W 6-3 L 15-17(12) L 0-1 W 4-3 L 2-9 W 5-1 W 11-2 W 13-11 W 1-0 W 7-4 W 12-3 L 4-7 W 4-3 W 4-3 W 7-0 W 8-3 W 15-2

3/10 at Clemson at Clemson 11 at Clemson 14 at Coastal Carolina 15 Virginia 16 Eastern Connecticut 17 Eastern Connecticut 20 Eastern Connecticut 22 Atlantic Christian Atlantic Christian 23 N.C. Wesleyan 27 Fairfi eld 28 Baptist Baptist 31 West Liberty State 4/1 West Liberty State West Liberty State 3 at Western Carolina 4 at Western Carolina 8 Pembroke 9 at N.C. Wesleyan 10 at N.C. State 11 at Campbell 13 East Carolina 15 at UNC Chapel Hill 19 at East Carolina 20 at East Carolina 22 at Pembroke 23 at South Carolina 24 Campbell 26 East Carolina 5/3 at South Carolina

L W L L L W L L L W W L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L L W L W L L

0-2 3-1 2-8 1-13 0-1 5-4 1-2 2-8 3-5 9-6 9-0 7-9(10) 0-4 6-8 1-2 1-0(9) 3-0 5-7 8-9 3-7 5-18 4-10 0-9 4-7 3-10 5-8 6-11 4-2 2-22 7-3 0-4 4-10

Year-by-year records/coaches YEAR 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 (7) 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 (13) 1977

HEAD COACH W L T PCT. Bill Brooks................... 6 .........8 ...... 0 ........ .429 Bill Brooks................. 13 .........3 ...... 0 ........ .813 Bill Brooks................. 19 .........7 ...... 1 ........ .730 Bill Brooks................. 15 .........4 ...... 0 ........ .789 Bill Brooks................. 19 .........2 ...... 0 ........ .905 Bill Brooks................. 13 .........6 ...... 0 ........ .684 Bill Brooks................. 23 .........4 ...... 0 ........ .852 Junior College .........108 .......34 ...... 1 ........ .760 Bill Brooks................. 20 .........9 ...... 1 ........ .689 Bill Brooks................. 13 .......10 ...... 0 ........ .565 Bill Brooks................. 17 .........6 ...... 1 ........ .739 Bill Brooks................. 22 .......12 ...... 1 ........ .647 Bill Brooks................. 21 .......10 ...... 0 ........ .677 Bill Brooks................. 21 .........6 ...... 0 ........ .778 Bill Brooks................. 22 .........7 ...... 0 ........ .758 Bill Brooks................. 30 .........9 ...... 1 ........ .769 Bill Brooks................. 36 .......11 ...... 0 ........ .766 Bill Brooks................. 26 .......11 ...... 0 ........ .703 Bill Brooks................. 22 .......20 ...... 0 ........ .524 Bill Brooks................. 27 .......11 ...... 1 ........ .710 Bill Brooks................. 25 .......15 ...... 0 ........ .625 NAIA........................302 .... 137 ...... 5 ........ .706 Bill Brooks................. 10 .......17 ...... 0 ........ .370

YEAR 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

HEAD COACH W L T PCT. Bill Brooks................. 23 .......16 ...... 0 ........ .589 Bill Brooks................. 21 .......16 ...... 0 ........ .568 Bill Brooks................... 8 .......24 ...... 0 ........ .250 Bill Brooks................. 32 .......15 ...... 0 ........ .680 Bill Brooks................. 25 .......14 ...... 0 ........ .641 Bill Brooks................. 18 .......19 ...... 0 ........ .486 Bobby Guthrie ........... 22 .......26 ...... 0 ........ .458 Bobby Guthrie ........... 32 .......21 ...... 1 ........ .604 Bobby Guthrie ........... 29 .......28 ...... 0 ........ .509 Bobby Guthrie ........... 32 .......21 ...... 0 ........ .604 Bobby Guthrie ........... 11 .......42 ...... 0 ........ .208 Bobby Guthrie ........... 31 .......15 ...... 0 ........ .674 Bobby Guthrie ........... 23 .......25 ...... 0 ........ .479 Bobby Guthrie ........... 25 .......27 ...... 0 ........ .481 Mark Scalf ................. 23 .......38 ...... 0 ........ .377 Mark Scalf ................. 26 .......29 ...... 0 ........ .473 Mark Scalf ................. 30 .......28 ...... 0 ........ .517 Mark Scalf ................. 30 .......25 ...... 0 ........ .545 Mark Scalf ................. 28 .......30 ...... 0 ........ .483 Mark Scalf ................. 28 .......29 ...... 0 ........ .491 Mark Scalf ................. 21 .......34 ...... 0 ........ .382 Mark Scalf ................. 30 .......26 ...... 0 ........ .536 Mark Scalf ................. 36 .......23 ...... 0 ........ .610

YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 (32) (52)

HEAD COACH W L T PCT. Mark Scalf ................. 33 .......22 ...... 0 ........ .600 Mark Scalf ................. 36 .......21 ...... 0 ........ .632 Mark Scalf ................. 40 .......23 ...... 0 ........ .635 Mark Scalf ................. 40 .......23 ...... 0 ........ .635 Mark Scalf ................. 40 .......19 ...... 0 ........ .678 Mark Scalf ................. 42 .......22 ...... 0 ........ .656 Mark Scalf ................. 29 .......27 ...... 0 ........ .518 Mark Scalf ................. 44 .......17 ...... 1 ........ .718 Mark Scalf ................. 31 .......23 ...... 0 ........ .574 Mark Scalf ................. 33 .......27 ...... 0 ........ .550 Mark Scalf ................. 31 .......28 ...... 0 ........ .525 Mark Scalf ................. 39 .......23 ...... 0 ........ .629 NCAA Division I ...1,024.... 863 ...... 2 ....... .543 All-Time..............1,469. 1,034 ...... 8 ....... .586

Head Coaches records Coach (Alma mater) Bill Brooks (Atlantic Christian ‘48) Bobby Gutherie (UNC ‘74) Mark Scalf (UNCW ‘80)

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season results (division I) 1981 (W-32, l-15) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 26-9; away: 6-6 3/1 4 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 27 28 31 4/2 3 4 6 7 8 11 12 13 15 18 22 25 26 27 28 29 5/2

Old Dominion Old Dominion St. Augustine’s St. Augustine’s Guilford Yale Yale Yale at Atlantic Christian at Atlantic Christian N.C. State John Carroll Maryland John Carroll Clemson Clemson Western Carolina Western Carolina Eastern Connecticut Salisbury State Salisbury State Princeton Pembroke UNC Chapel Hill Stetson at Charleston Baptist at Charleston Baptist N.C. State Methodist at Campbell at Campbell East Carolina East Carolina Coastal Carolina Campbell Campbell at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Pembroke at East Carolina at East Carolina South Carolina Charleston Baptist Charleston Baptist at UNC Chapel Hill

1982 (W-25, l-14) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 16-8; away: 9-6 W 3-2(11) W 8-2 W 5-4 W 4-3 L 8-12 L 1-18 W 2-1 W 10-5 W 7-5 W 9-2 L 2-14 W 4-1 W 7-4 W 13-1 W 9-8 L 2-3(10) W 7-6 W 3-2 L 4-7 W 2-1 W 8-5 W 6-3 L 1-12 L 6-11 W 6-4 L 7-8 L 7-8 L 3-15 W 8-2 L 1-3 W 7-2 W 6-3 W 3-1 L 9-11(12) W 7-4 W 10-1 L 4-14 L 11-12 W 14-1 W 4-3 W 9-3 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 1-4

3/2 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 23 25 27 28 31 4/1 2 3 4 6 7 12 13 14 16 17 19 23 24

St. Augustine’s St. Augustine’s N.C. State UNC Chapel Hill at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Clemson at Georgia Tech at Baptist at Baptist William & Mary Davis and Elkins Davis and Elkins Wake Forest Salisbury State George Mason Ohio Ohio Ohio at Campbell Atlantic Christian Atlantic Christian Methodist at UNC Chapel Hill Campbell Campbell Coastal Carolina at N.C. State South Carolina at William & Mary at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion Baptist Baptist East Carolina at Coastal Carolina at East Carolina

1983 (W-18, l-19) coach: Bill Brooks Home: 13-14; away: 5-5 W L L W W L L L W W W W W L L W L W W W W W W W W L L L W W W L W W W W L W

8-3 0-1 3-6 4-3 4-3 4-6 3-6 2-17 6-0 9-6 5-2 10-4 10-1 3-5(11) 3-5 7-3 4-6(12) 10-0 6-0 2-1 5-3 6-2 10-4 10-4 8-6 2-10 0-3 9-22 14-0 17-3 22-8 4-5 7-6 4-1 6-0 7-3 4-6 5-3

2/27 Old Dominion Old Dominion 3/3 UNC Chapel Hill 4 UNC Chapel Hill 5 Robert Morris Robert Morris 9 at Newberry 10 at South Carolina 11 at South Carolina 12 Wake Forest 14 Clemson 15 Clemson 16 Clemson 19 Salisbury State 21 at Atlantic Christian at Atlantic Christian 26 Ohio Ohio 27 Ohio Ohio 30 East Carolina 4/1 at East Carolina 4 at Wake Forest 5 South Carolina 9 Baptist Baptist 11 UNC Chapel Hill 12 at UNC Chapel Hill 13 Old Dominion Old Dominion 14 Old Dominion 16 Appalachian State 19 East Carolina 21 Campbell Campbell 25 at Campbell at Campbell

L L L L W W L L L W L L W W W W W W W W L W L L W L W L L L W W L L L W W

1984 (W-20, l-21) coach: Bobby Guthrie Home: 13-13; away: 7-8 1-7 9-10 1-8 2-6 8-0 15-2 4-12 3-7 1-4 4-2 0-3 5-12 9-4 14-5 14-4 17-4 1-0 5-0 7-1 2-1 5-6 1-0 5-10 4-9 3-0 1-4 6-4 7-8 0-2 0-8 4-3 4-3 0-6 1-2 3-14 14-6 6-5

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2/25 Old Dominion Old Dominion 26 Old Dominion 3/1 UNC Chapel Hill 2 UNC Chapel Hill 3 William & Mary 4 William & Mary 6 Atlantic Christian 7 at Clemson 8 at Clemson 9 at Elon 10 at UNC Chapel Hill 11 at UNC Chapel Hill 12 Wake Forest 13 Eastern Kentucky 14 Eastern Kentucky 17 Northwestern Northwestern 18 Northwestern Northwestern 20 Ohio 21 Ohio Ohio 24 Salisbury State 26 Pembroke 27 N.C. State N.C. State 30 Campbell 31 Campbell Campbell 4/1 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion 2 at Old Dominion 4 Baptist 5 Baptist 7 at Pembroke 8 at Atlantic Christian at Atlantic Christian 12 at The Citadel 13 at Baptist 14 at Baptist

W L L L L L L W L W W L L W L W W L L L W W W L W W L L W L L L W W W W W L W W L

5-4 2-12 4-8 4-5 3-4 2-6 8-11 6-3 1-2 8-5 8-7 8-13 4-13 14-7 4-14 3-2 7-4 4-5 3-4 1-4 2-1 5-4 5-1 0-5 6-5 4-3 5-6 4-5 5-2 0-4 4-13 7-18 13-10 7-2 6-1 11-1 11-2 1-7 3-2 6-5 1-2


season results (division I) 1985 (W-32, l-21, T-1) coach: Bobby Guthrie Home: 25-11; away: 7-10-1 2/23 Old Dominion 24 Old Dominion Old Dominion 3/2 Clemson 2 Clemson 3 Clemson 5 UNC Charlotte 6 William & Mary William & Mary 7 William & Mary 8 Maryland 9 Wake Forest 10 Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky 11 Eastern Kentucky 12 Purdue 15 George Mason George Mason 16 George Mason 20 East Carolina East Carolina 21 Vermont Vermont 22 Vermont 23 Salisbury State 25 at UNC Chapel Hill 27 Coastal Carolina 31 at N.C. State 4/1 at Campbell 2 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion 5 at Wake Forest 6 Richmond Richmond 8 UNC Chapel Hill UNC Chapel Hill 10 Campbell 11 N.C. State 12 at UNC Chapel Hill 13 at Richmond 15 Campbell 17 at Coastal Carolina 18 at N.C. Wesleyan 20 at James Madison at James Madison 21 at James Madison 23 at Campbell 24 at East Carolina 25 Atlantic Christian 27 at American at American 28 at American 29 Florida Atlantic 30 Florida Atlantic

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

1986 (W-29, l-28) coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 10-8, Fourth Home: 19-12; away: 8-13 neutral: 2-3 2/22 Old Dominion Old Dominion 23 Old Dominion 26 UNC Chapel Hill 3/1 at Augusta at Augusta 2 Vs. USC Aiken 3 at Augusta 4 at UNC Charlotte 5 at UNC Charlotte 6 at Wake Forest 7 Atlantic Christian 8 Rhode Island 9 Wake Forest 10 Rhode Island 11 Rhode Island 15 *American *American 16 *American 18 at Old Dominion 21 Vermont 22 Vermont 23 *at William & Mary *at William & Mary 24 *at William & Mary 27 Campbell 28 Ohio Ohio 29 Ohio 30 at N.C. Wesleyan 4/2 at Coastal Carolina 3 SUNY Buffalo SUNY Buffalo 4 SUNY Buffalo 5 *at Richmond *at Richmond 6 at Atlantic Christian 7 *Richmond 8 at Campbell 10 N.C. State 12 *James Madison *James Madison 13 *James Madison 14 at Campbell 15 Coastal Carolina 17 at N.C. State 19 *at George Mason *at George Mason 20 *at George Mason 22 at UNC Chapel Hill 23 Campbell 26 *at East Carolina *at East Carolina 5/3 *East Carolina CAA Championship Tournament 15 James Madison 16 Richmond 17 East Carolina *CAA

1987 (W-32, l-21) coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 11-4, First Home: 26-9; away: 5-10 neutral: 1-2

L W L W W W L L L L L W L W W W W W W L W W W L L W L L L L W L W W L L W W L W L W L W W L W W L L L W L W

4-5 6-4 4-15 7-6 4-3 10-3 1-12 2-18 6-9 6-15 8-11 19-3 2-3 4-3 14-1 4-2 12-2 5-2 7-0 2-10 12-4 26-8 9-0 4-3 5-6 4-3 1-3 1-2(8) 7-6(10) 9-10 5-2 3-8 13-1 13-1 2-3 3-5 9-8 14-9 5-16 13-3 1-6 12-5 5-15 11-7 3-2 4-8 7-6 6-7 0-3 6-18 0-2 9-3 7-11 6-4

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11-10 2-3 8-9(11)

2/21 Old Dominion Old Dominion 3/1 at Georgia 2 at Clemson at Clemson 3 at Georgia Tech 5 at Wake Forest 7 Rhode Island 8 Rhode Island Rhode Island 9 Atlantic Christian 14 USC Aiken USC Aiken 17 at Campbell 21 Bradley Bradley 22 N.C. State 25 Kent State 26 Kent State 28 *Richmond *Richmond 29 *Richmond 30 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion 4/1 at Atlantic Christian 4 *George Mason *George Mason 5 *George Mason 7 Coastal Carolina 8 at UNC Chapel Hill 9 at N.C. State 11 *William & Mary *William & Mary 12 *William & Mary 14 Campbell 16 at Coastal Carolina 21 Coastal Carolina 22 at Campbell 23 UNC Chapel Hill 25 *East Carolina *East Carolina 26 *East Carolina 28 Campbell 29 at Coastal Carolina 5/2 Florida Altantic 3 Florida Atlantic 9 *James Madison *James Madison 10 *James Madison CAA Championship Tournament 14 William & Mary 15 Richmond 16 James Madison East Carolina * CAA

1988 (W-11, l-42) coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 4-10, Fifth Home: 8-21; away: 3-11 neutral: 0-11

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

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2/20 Old Dominion L 1-2 Old Dominion W 6-4 21 Old Dominion L 1-11 27 Clemson L 1-12 28 Clemson L 2-13 3/2 Virginia Tech L 4-10 3 Virginia Tech W 10-6 4 Virginia Tech L 2-8 6 Evansville& L 0-3 7 West Virginia& L 2-8 8 Georgia Southern& L 5-9 9 James Madison& L 10-14 10 Evansville& L 0-6 11 Eastern Michigan& L 3-4 12 Eastern Michigan& L 3-8 14 Rhode Island W 11-3 15 Rhode Island L 5-6 16 at Campbell L 4-5 19 East Carolina* W 3-2 East Carolina* W 6-5 20 East Carolina* L 4-7 21 Atlantic Christian W 12-2 23 at N.C. State L 8-9 24 Howard W 6-0 26 at Richmond* L 0-8 at Richmond* W 5-2 28 at Old Dominion W 6-1 30 Campbell L 0-4 31 UNC Charlotte L 2-6 4/2 George Mason* L 1-13 George Mason* L 1-2 3 George Mason* L 4-15 6 at Campbell L 0-11 9 James Madison* L 2-20 James Madison* L 3-6 10 James Madison* L 2-14 14 at Coastal Carolina L 7-8 16 at William & Mary* L 0-9 at William & Mary* L 2-3 17 at William & Mary* W 5-3 21 N.C. State L 1-10 22 USC-Aiken L 5-12 23 USC-Aiken L 0-4 UNC Chapel Hill L 3-4 24 at UNC Chapel Hill L 3-12 27 Coastal Carolina W 5-2 5/6 Florida International^ L 2-5 UNC Charlotte^ L 5-11 7 Davidson^ L 4-8 UNC Charlotte^ L 4-6 8 Florida International^ L 1-6 CAA Championship Tournament 12 George Mason L 1-5 13 James Madison L 4-12 * CAA game | & Georgia Southern Tournament | ^ UNC Charlotte Tournament

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season results (division I) 1989 (W-31, l-15) Caa regular season Champions coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 14-1, First Home: 22-5; away: 9-10 2/19 Duke 25 Old Dominion Old Dominion 26 Old Dominion 3/4 at Clemson 5 at Clemson 7 at Furman 8 at Auburn 9 at Auburn 10 at USC Aiken 11 at USC Aiken 16 Howard 17 Howard 18 Richmond* Richmond* 19 Richmond* 25 at George Mason* at George Mason* 26 at George Mason* 27 at Old Dominion 28 UNC Charlotte 30 Campbell 4/1 James Madison* James Madison* 2 James Madison* 5 at Campbell 8 William & Mary* William & Mary* 9 William & Mary* 12 at UNC Chapel Hill 15 at East Carolina* at East Carolina* 16 at East Carolina* 19 Atlantic Christian 20 at Duke 21 at N.C. State 22 N.C. State 23 Davidson 24 Campbell Campbell 25 at Coastal Carolina 5/6 Central Florida 7 Central Florida CAA Championship Tournament 12 William &Mary 13 East Carolina 14 Richmond * CAA

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

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1990 (W-23, l-25) coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 5-6, Third Home: 17-8; away: 6-7 2/17 Clemson 18 Clemson 24 Old Dominion Old Dominion 25 Old Dominion 3/4 Atlantic Christian 5 Atlantic Christian 6 Fairfi eld 7 Fairfi eld 8 Radford 9 Radford 10 Radford 15 UNC Charlotte 17 Princeton Princeton 18 Princeton 19 Towson 20 Towson 21 N.C. State 27 at Campbell at Campbell 28 USC Aiken 31 at William & Mary* at William & Mary* 4/1 at Old Dominion 4 at Duke 5 Campbell 7 East Carolina* East Carolina* 8 East Carolina* 11 at N.C. State 14 at Richmond* at Richmond* 15 at Richmond* 17 at UNC Chapel Hill 18 Coastal Carolina 19 at UNC Charlotte 21 George Mason* George Mason* 22 George Mason* 24 at Coastal Carolina 5/6 Duke 7 Campbell 8 UNC Chapel Hill CAA Championship Tournament 11 George Mason 12 William & Mary Richmond * CAA

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8-13 2-18 2-3 1-2 7-9 6-5 11-6 6-5 11-3 6-8 1-3 7-0 3-1 3-2 8-3 2-4 8-2 2-1 2-5 8-5 8-7 3-6 1-2 8-1 10-9 2-8 11-4 4-3 3-12 2-5 7-11 0-2 1-4 1-2 1-5 1-5 4-0 8-3 2-0 13-4 5-4 4-6 4-8 1-7

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1991 (W-24, l-27) coach: Bobby Guthrie caa: 11-9, second Home: 14-13; away: 10-12 neutral: 0-2 2/16 21 22 26 27 3/2

at UNC Chapel Hill at Barton Liberty Barton at Duke Old Dominion Old Dominion 6 at Coastal Carolina 9 at Campbell 12 Fairfi eld 13 Farfi eld 14 UNC Charlotte 15 James Madison* 16 James Madison* 17 George Mason* George Mason* 20 Charleston Southern 22 at Richmond* 23 at Richmond* 24 at William & Mary* at William & Mary* 25 Xavier 26 Le Moyne 27 Le Moyne 28 Radford 30 at Va. Commonwealth 31 at Va. Commonwealth 4/2 at Charleston Southern 3 Campbell 5 at George Mason* 6 at George Mason* 7 at James Madison* at James Madison* 10 at N.C. State 12 William & Mary* 13 William & Mary* 14 Richmond* Richmond* 16 UNC Chapel Hill 17 Coastal Carolina 20 N.C. State 21 Duke 23 East Carolina* 21 East Carolina* 27 at East Carolina* 28 at East Carolina* 5/7 at Coastal Carolina 8 Coastal Carolina 11 at Old Dominion 12 at Old Dominion CAA Championship Tournament 14 George Mason 15 Richmond * CAA

1992 (W-23, l-38) coach: mark scalf caa: 7-11, sixth Home: 11-21; away: 10-15 neutral: 2-2

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

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at Coastal Carolina Va. Commonwealth Va. Commonwealth Coastal Carolina Virginia Tech at UNC Charlotte 3/1 at Davidson 2 at Winthrop 3 at Auburn 4 at Auburn at Auburn 7 at USC Aiken at USC Aiken 9 Liberty 10 Liberty 11 Winthrop 12 UNC Charlotte 14 Old Dominion* Old Dominion* 15 Old Dominion* 17 Towson Towson 18 LeMoyne LeMoyne 19 LeMoyne 21 at William & Mary at William & Mary 22 at William & Mary 24 Coastal Carolina 28 at East Carolina* at East Carolina* 29 at East Carolina* 4/1 N.C. State 2 at Atlantic Christian 4 Richmond* Richmond* 5 Richmond* 7 UNC Chapel Hill 8 at N.C. State 11 James Madison* James Madison* 12 James Madison* 14 at UNC Chapel Hill 15 Atlantic Christian 16 Charleston Southern 18 UNC Greensboro 19 UNC Greensboro 21 Campbell 23 Coastal Carolina 25 at George Mason* at George Mason* 26 at George Mason* 28 at Charleston Southern 5/2 Clemson 3 Clemson CAA Championship Tournament 12 Old Dominion 13 Richmond 14 East Carolina 15 Old Dominion Richmond * CAA

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

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season results (division I) 1993 (W-26, l-29) coach: mark scalf caa: 6-8, Fourth Home: 17-13; away: 9-16 2/14 Davidson 2/20 Va. Commonwealth Va. Commonwealth 21 Va. Commonwealth 25 at Coastal Carolina 28 at UNC Charlotte 1 at Davidson 2 at Clemson 3 at Clemson 4 at The Citadel 5 at Winthrop 6 at Winthrop 11 at Barton 13 William & Mary* William & Mary* 16 Fairfi eld 17 LeMonye 18 LeMonye 20 East Carolina* East Carolina* 21 East Carolina* 22 Ohio 24 Kent State 25 Kent State 29 at Campbell 4/3 at James Madison* at James Madison* 4 at James Madison* 6 at Charleston Southern 8 The Citadel 10 at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro 11 at UNC Greensboro 13 N.C. State 14 at Coastal Carolina 15 Barton 17 George Mason* George Mason* 18 George Mason* 20 UNC Chapel Hill 21 Campbell 24 at Old Dominion* at Old Dominion* 25 at Old Dominion* 27 at UNC Chapel Hill 28 Coastal Carolina 5/8 Coastal Carolina 9 UNC Charlotte 10 Charleston Southern 11 at N.C. State 14 USC Aiken 15 USC Aiken 16 USC Aiken CAA Championship Tournament 19 East Carolina 20 George Mason * CAA

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

1994 (W-30, l-28) coach: mark scalf caa: 10-8, Fourth Home: 25-8; away: 5-18 neutral: 0-2 2/12 at Campbell 13 at South Carolina 19 Davidson Davidson 20 at UNC Greensboro 22 at Coastal Carolina 24 Barton 3/6 at UNC Charlotte 7 at Clemson 8 at Clemson 9 at Western Carolina 10 at Davidson 12 at East Carolina* at East Carolina* 13 at East Carolina* 15 UNC Charlotte 16 UMBC 17 Fairfi eld 19 Richmond* Richmond* 20 Richmond* 22 Charleston Southern 23 USC Aiken 24 USC Aiken 26 James Madison* James Madison* 27 James Madison* 29 Kent State 30 Kent State 4/1 at Wake Forest 2 at Wake Forest 4 Charleston Southern 5 The Citadel 9 at George Mason* at George Mason* 10 at George Mason* 12 Campbell 13 N.C. State 14 at The Citadel 16 Old Dominion* Old Dominion* 17 Old Dominion* 19 UNC Chapel Hill 20 at N.C. State 23 at William & Mary* at William & Mary* 24 at William & Mary* 26 at UNC Chapel Hill 27 UNC Greensboro 5/7 Coastal Carolina 9 Charleston Southern 13 Va. Commonwealth 14 Va. Commonwealth CAA Championship Tournament 18 East Carolina 19 James Madison * CAA

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1995 (W-30, l-25) coach: mark scalf caa: 11-7, second Home: 24-14; away: 5-9 neutral: 1-2 3-4 0-3 11-4 4-3 3-4 3-7 8-3 2-6 2-14 7-8(13) 2-7 6-4 3-2 2-3 5-6 4-3(12) 14-3 8-6 9-6 0-1 6-15 7-5 3-1(10) 1-5 3-0 2-1 4-0 0-11 6-5(13) 3-4 7-10 10-1 5-0 5-1 3-2 4-6 9-1 17-1 2-4 1-2(11) 2-19 4-3 4-6(10) 6-8 4-7 11-2 4-7 0-9 8-3 6-3 3-1 5-0 3-6

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2/11 at Stetson L at Stetson W 12 at Stetson L 17 Va. Commonwealth W 18 Va. Commonwealth W 21 at Campbell W 28 at Coastal Carolina W 3/3 ^UNC Chapel Hill L 4 ^Virginia Tech W 5 ^South Carolina L 7 Yale L 8 Yale L 9 Yale W 11 *at Richmond L *at Richmond W 12 *at Richmond L 14 Marist W 15 Marist W 16 Faifi eld W 18 *James Madison L *James Madison L 19 *James Madison L 21 LeMoyne W LeMoyne W 24 Ohio L 25 Wake Forest L 26 Wake Forest W 28 Kent State L 29 Kent State L 4/1 *Old Dominion W *Old Dominion W 2 *at Old Dominion L 4 USC Aiken W 5 USC Aiken W 8 *George Mason W *George Mason W 9 *George Mason W 11 Charleston Southern W 15 *William & Mary W *William & Mary W 16 *William & Mary W 19 N.C. State W 22 *East Carolina W *East Carolina W 23 *East Carolina W 25 Campbell L 26 at N.C. State W 5/6 Coastal Carolina W 8 at Charleston Southern L at Charleston Southern L 10 at Virginia Tech L 11 at Virginia Tech L CAA Championship Tournament 17 #William & Mary W 18 #Richmond L #Old Dominion L * CAA | ^ Bojangles Seahawk Classic # CAA Tournament

1996 (W-28, l-30) coach: mark scalf caa: 9-11, T-seventh Home: 18-15; away: 7-12 neutral: 3-3 2-3 9-4 2-7 7-5 2-1 12-6 9-2 1-2 3-1 0-6 1-5 5-16 2-0 4-16 9-4 3-6 10-1 23-2 3-0 5-7 2-3(8) 3-4 3-0 4-0 2-3(10) 4-6 2-1 3-8 5-6(10) 5-3(11) 5-3(9) 1-8 4-3 6-4 3-2(10) 7-1 3-2 10-5 5-0 0-1 10-2 11-2 5-4(10) 6-5 6-4 1-3 11-2 6-5(11) 5-7 1-3 1-2 5-6 6-1 2-17 2-5

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2/14 at Coastal Carolina L 6-9 17 at Stetson L 4-5 at Stetson L 7-8 18 at Stetson L 0-7 21 at Charleston Southern W 10-6 23 ^Kentucky L 3-6 24 ^Tennessee L 1-12 25 ^UNC Asheville W 4-2 28 Campbell L 3-4 3/2 Virginia Tech W 7-2 3 Virginia Tech L 3-6 5 at Campbell L 3-4 6 Coastal Carolina W 6-5 (12) 9 *James Madison L 1-2 *James Madison L 1-2 10 *James Madison L 4-5 12 Wake Forest L 13-14 13 Wake Forest W 4-1 14 Fairfi eld L 8-9 17 Yale L 3-4 Yale W 9-6 18 LeMoyne W 6-1 20 LeMoyne W 8-1 21 Towson W 10-5 23 *at George Mason L 4-7 *at George Mason L 7-10 24 *at George Mason L 7-14 26 Drexel W 10-7 27 Drexel L 4-5 30 *at William & Mary L 11-14 *at William & Mary W 9-4 31 *at William & Mary W 8-4 4/3 Campbell W 6-2 6 *Old Dominion L 11-14 *Old Dominion W 9-4 9 at Coastal Carolina W 6-5 10 N.C. State L 5-12 13 *at East Carolina L 2-15 *at East Carolina L 4-7 14 *at East Carolina W 1-0 (10) 16 UNC Chapel Hill W 4-2 17 at N.C. State W 13-8 20 *Richmond W 6-5 *Richmond W 4-3 21 *Richmond L 8-15 23 at UNC Chapel Hill L 2-5 24 Coastal Carolina L 1-2 27 *Va. Commonwealth W 11-4 *Va. Commonwealth L 5-6 (8) 28 *Va. Commonwealth W 10-4 5/7 Charleston Southern W 10-1 8 at Campbell W 10-4 10 %Vs. Villanova W 9-4 11 %Vs. St. John’s L 1-11 CAA Championship Tournament 14 #Richmond W 7-4 15 #James Madison W 9-4 16 #Old Dominion L 2-4 #James Madison L 5-8 * CAA | ^ Ralston Purina Challenge | % Big East/ CAA Challenge | # CAA Tournament

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1997 (W-28, l-29) coach: mark scalf caa: 7-12, eighth Home: 22-20; away: 5-7 neutral: 1-2

1998 (W-21, l-34) coach: mark scalf caa: 6-14, seventh Home: 17-17; away: 4-15 neutral: 0-2

1999 (W-30, l-26) coach: mark scalf caa: 8-13, sixth Home: 28-12; away: 2-12 neutral: 0-2

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2/13 Wake Forest 14 Radford 15 Radford Wake Forest 18 Coastal Carolina 20 ^Navy 21 ^West Virginia 22 ^UNC Greensboro 27 at Clemson 28 at Clemson 3/1 at Clemson 3 at Duke 7 *at Va. Commonwealth *at Va. Commonwealth 10 George Mason 12 Elon 14 *Richmond *Richmond 15 *Richmond 17 LeMoyne 18 LeMoyne 21 *at Old Dominion *at Old Dominion 22 *at Old Dominion 24 Brown 25 Youngstown State 26 Youngstown State 28 Elon 29 at N.C. State 4/2 at Campbell 4 *George Mason *George Mason 5 *George Mason 7 UNC Chapel Hill 8 Coastal Carolina 11 *William & Mary *William & Mary 12 *William & Mary 14 Coastal Carolina 15 at Coastal Carolina 18 *at East Carolina *at East Carolina 19 *at East Carolina 21 N.C. State 25 *at James Madison *at James Madison 26 *at James Madison 28 at UNC Chapel Hill 29 Duke 5/1 Campbell 8 Western Carolina 9 Western Carolina 10 Western Carolina CAA Championship Tournament 12 at #Richmond 13 at #George Mason * CAA | # CAA Tournament ^ Ralston Purnina Challenge

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UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro Penn State Virginia 17 Virginia 18 at Campbell 21 ^Villanova 22 ^West Virginia 23 ^Rider 25 at Coastal Carolina 3/1 Radford Radford 2 Radford 5 Navy 6 Delaware 7 Liberty 8 Liberty Delaware 9 Delaware 13 Fairfi eld 15 *at Richmond *at Richmond 16 *at Richmond 19 Yale 20 Yale 22 *Old Dominion *Old Dominion 23 *Old Dominion 25 Le Moyne 26 Towson 27 Youngstown State 29 *James Madison *James Madison 30 *James Madison 4/1 at Charleston Southern 2 Charleston Southern 5 *at George Mason *at George Mason 6 *at George Mason 9 UNC Chapel Hill 12 *at William & Mary 13 *at William & Mary 15 at UNC Chapel Hill 16 N.C. State 19 *East Carolina *East Carolina 20 *East Carolina 22 at N.C. State 23 Campbell 26 *Va. Commonwealth *Va. Commonwealth 30 Coastal Carolina 5/10 Wake Forest Wake Forest CAA Championship Tournament 13 #Va. Commonwealth 14 #East Carolina 15 #William & Mary * CAA | ^ Ralston Purina Challenge # CAA Tournament

L 10-24 L 4-9 W 8-5 L 3-11 L 8-15 L 4-9 W 4-1 L 0-6 W 11-6 W 9-4 W 12-2 W 3-2 W 9-1 W 4-3 W 11-6 L 8-12 W 8-4 L 2-7 L 8-12 W 11-15 L 9-20 L 4-10 L 4-13 W 19-5 W 17-4 L 7-12 W 8-3 L 2-7 W 10-4 W 2-1 L 6-9 L 5-6 L 2-7 W 11-1 L 5-6 W 10-4 L 6-10 W 9-6 L 7-10 L 7-8 W 22-10 W 12-4 W 8-2 W 4-3(12) W 12-3 L 3-4(8) W 8-3 W 4-3 W 8-3 L 7-8 L 4-9 L 8-10 W 11-4 L 1-5 W L L

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L 1-5 9-2 W L 5-8 L 3-7 W 12-9 W 8-2 W 7-5 L 13-15 L 0-13 L 6-19 L 3-6 L 2-8 L 4-6 L 3-7 L 7-9(11) L 4-10 L 3-5 L 3-4 L 10-18 W 9-6 W 9-7 L 3-12 L 1-12 L 1-17 W 8-2 W 9-2 W 5-3 W 5-2 W 8-5 W 10-7(10) W 9-5 W 2-1 W 9-3 W 11-8 W 3-2 L 5-10 L 1-10 W 7-4 W 8-4 L 8-9 L 5-15 W 2-0 W 6-4 L 1-8 L 6-12 L 7-8 L 4-9 L 7-12 L 12-19 L 6-9 L 4-5(11) L 4-7 L 9-10(11) L L

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at Duke Duke High Point High Point at Coastal Carolina ^Siena ^St. John’s ^UNC Charlotte UMBC UMBC 28 UMBC 3/3 Mount St. Mary’s 4 Mount St. Mary’s 6 Ball State 7 Ball State 10 at Elon 13 Fairfi eld Fairfi eld 14 Fairfi eld 17 North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T 20 Towson 22 Towson 24 Elon 26 *Va. Commonwealth 27 *Va. Commonwealth 28 *Va. Commonwealth 30 Coastal Carolina 31 N.C. State 4/2 *at Richmond 3 *at Richmond 4 *at Richmond 6 Campbell 7 at N.C. State 9 *Old Dominion 10 *Old Dominion 11 *Old Dominion 16 *James Madison 17 *James Madison 18 *James Madison 20 UNC Chapel Hill 24 *at George Mason *at George Mason 25 *at George Mason 30 *at William & Mary 5/1 *at William & Mary 1 *at William & Mary 8 East Tennessee State 9 East Tennessee State 10 East Tennessee State 11 at Campbell 13 *East Carolina 14 *East Carolina 19 *East Carolina CAA Championship Tournament 19 #Va. Commonwealth 20 #George Mason * CAA | ^ Ralston Purina Challenge # CAA Tournament

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2000 (W-36, l-23) coach: mark scalf caa: 13-8, Third Home: 27-7; away: 8-14 neutral: 1-2 6-15 4-2 4-1 4-1 1-4 13-2 2-8 4-13 2-1 7-1 2-1 13-2 10-0 10-5 5-12 12-6 10-1 9-3 6-4 16-3 11-3 8-5 7-5 2-5 1-9 2-9 4-1 6-7 7-2 0-7 9-13 8-16 4-6 5-11 2-0 8-4 6-5 9-10 12-4 5-9 10-4 10-11 4-8 0-6 0-1 11-7 4-5 4-0 5-7 12-1 7-8 4-2 5-9 9-3 1-4 5-8

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Coastal Carolina UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro at Coastal Carolina Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky 23 at Duke 25 ^Northwestern 26 ^Rider 27 ^Monmouth 3/4 Albany 5 Albany Albany 7 at Coastal Carolina 8 at Elon 10 Brown Brown 11 Virginia Tech 12 Virginia Tech 17 *William & Mary 18 *William & Mary 19 *William & Mary 21 LeMoyne 22 LeMoyne 24 *at Va. Commonwealth 25 *at Va. Commonwealth 26 *at Va. Commonwealth 28 High Point 29 N.C. State 31 *Richmond 4/1 *Richmond 2 *Richmond 4 Elon 5 Campbell 7 *at Old Dominion 8 *at Old Dominion 9 *at Old Dominion 11 at UNC Chapel Hill 14 *at James Madison 15 *at James Madison 16 *at James Madison 18 at Campbell 21 *George Mason 22 *George Mason 23 *George Mason 27 at N.C. State 29 L.I.U./C.W. Post L.I.U./C.W. Post 30 L.I.U./C.W. Post 5/6 at UNC Greensboro 7 at High Point 9 Coastal Carolina 11 *East Carolina 12 *East Carolina 13 *East Carolina CAA Championship Tournament 17 #Richmond 18 #East Carolina 19 #James Madison *CAA | ^ Ralston-Purina Challenge # CAA Tournament

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

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season results (division I) 2001 (W-33, l-22) coach: mark scalf caa: 11-9, Fourth Home: 23-11; away: 8-9 neutral: 2-2

2002 (W-36, l-21) coach: mark scalf caa: 14-7, second Home: 25-7; away: 11-12 neutral: 0-2

2003 (40-23) coach: mark scalf caa: 15-6, First Home: 24-9; away: 11-11 neutral: 5-3

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2/6 7 8 11 12 14 15

North Carolina A&T W 9-2 at Coastal Carolina L 4-5 UNC Greensboro W 10-5 UNC Greensboro W 6-2 George Washington W 8-4 George Washington L 2-4 18 George Washington W 8-4 20 Coastal Carolina L 1-6 (10) 23 ^ Appalachian State W 6-1 24 ^ West Virginia W 7-1 25 ^ Evansville W 5-3 27 at Duke L 4-11 3/2 Ball State W 6-4 3 Ball State W 4-2 7 at Charlotte L 5-7 8 at Charlotte W 13-0 9 at High Point L 4-6 10 Brown W 12-3 Brown L 5-6 11 Brown W 4-2 14 at Coastal Carolina W 10-0 16 * at William & Mary W 5-1 17 * at William & Mary W 9-3 18 * at William & Mary L 9-14 21 Princeton W 8-4 Princeton W 4-3 (8) 23 *Va. Commonwealth L 3-6 24 *Va. Commonwealth L 1-8 25 *Va. Commonwealth W 9-1 27 at Campbell L 5-6 28 Duke W 7-4 30 * at Richmond L 4-8 31 * at Richmond W 3-1 4/3 at N.C. State L 3-4 4 High Point W 5-1 6 * Old Dominion W 4-2 7 * Old Dominion W 5-1 8 * Old Dominion W 9-3 10 Campbell W 2-1 (11) 13 * James Madison L 4-5 14 * James Madison W 10-1 15 * James Madison L 5-6 17 N.C. State L 3-4 20 * at George Mason L 4-6 21 * at George Mason W 9-2 22 * at George Mason W 8-4 24 at North Carolina W 11-5 5/1 Elon W 7-0 2 North Carolina L 2-3 10 *East Carolina L 0-3 11 *East Carolina L 0-11 12 *East Carolina W 1-0 CAA Championship Tournament 15 # George Mason L 8-17 16 # Old Dominion W 9-5 18 # James Madison L 4-8 * CAA | ^ Hughes Bros. Challenge | # CAA Tournament

UNC Charlotte L 2-5 UNC Charlotte W 10-0 Siena W 11-3 Siena W 4-1 17 Siena W 11-3 19 at High Point W 2-1 22 ^ Northern Iowa W 6-4 23 ^ St. John’s W 5-4 24 ^ George Mason W 10-9 (12) 26 at UNC Chapel Hill L 3-6 3/3 at UNC Greensboro L 2-3 (14) 6 High Point W 6-1 8 at Va. Tech W 8-7 9 at Va. Tech W 11-4 15 at Arizona W 9-7 16 at Arizona L 6-9 17 at Arizona L 2-14 20 Coastal Carolina L 1-2 23 Brown W 9-4 24 Brown W 3-1 Brown L 2-8 27 Duke W 12-7 29 * Hofstra W 3-1 30 * Hofstra W 2-0 31 * Hofstra W 4-2 4/3 at Duke W 6-1 5 * at Delaware W 20-2 6 * at Delaware L 1-5 7 * at Delaware W 10-2 9 Campbell W 5-0 11 at Coastal Carolina L 2-7 12 * Old Dominion W 3-1 13 * Old Dominion W 9-0 14 * Old Dominion W 14-2 16 at N.C. State L 2-8 19 * at Drexel W 9-6 20 * at Drexel L 3-7 21 * at Drexel W 3-1 23 at Elon W13-11 (13) Elon W 13-5 24 at Campbell W 9-1 26 * Towson W 8-7 (11) 27 * Towson W 2-1 28 * Towson W 8-7 30 N.C. State W 17-1 5/1 at East Carolina L 1-3 4 Liberty L 6-10 Liberty L 6-13 10 * at James Madison L 4-19 11 * at James Madison L 4-5 12 * at James Madison L 3-6 15 East Carolina W 4-3 16 * Va. Commonwealth L 1-2 17 * Va. Commonwealth L 2-4 18 * Va. Commonwealth W 8-3 CAA Championship Tournament 21 # Va. Commonwealth L 3-4 22 # George Mason L 6-7 (12) * CAA | ^ Hughes Bros. Challenge | # CAA Tournament

Missouri L 1-12 Missouri W 5-2 Missouri L 3-6 Coastal Carolina L 3-4 (13) Duke W 14-2 Delaware State W 8-4 Delaware State W 3-0 Delaware State W 5-2 18 Elon L 1-2 21 West Virginia W 6-4 21 Fordham W 13-3 (7) 23 West Virginia W 17-4 25 at Coastal Carolina L 1-8 28 Appalachian State W 8-2 3/1 Dartmouth W 12-10 2 Villanova W 2-0 4 High Point W 21-2 5 North Carolina State L 4-8 8 St. John’s W 5-4 8 St. John’s W 6-0 9 St. John’s W 6-2 11 at East Carolina W 4-3 12 at Elon L 5-6 14 vs Princeton W 4-2 15 at N.C. State L 2-6 22 * at Va. Commonwealth L 1-4 * at Va. Commonwealth W 3-1 23 * at Va. Commonwealth L 1-10 26 East Carolina W 4-3 28 * at Hofstra L 2-3 29 * at Hofstra W 23-2 30 * at Hofstra W 16-0 4/1 at Campbell W 7-4 3 * Delaware W 3-1 5 * Delaware W 5-2 6 * Delaware W 7-6 12 * at Old Dominion L 2-6 * at Old Dominion L 4-5 13 * at Old Dominion W 5-1 16 Campbell L 4-1 18 * Drexel W 23-3 19 * Drexel W 10-1 20 * Drexel W 7-1 22 at NC State L 5-4 23 at Duke W 4-3 25 * at Towson W 7-6 (10) 27 * at Towson W 9-8 27 * at Towson W 7-0 29 at Coastal Carolina L 9-7 Coastal Carolina L 6-2 5/2 at North Carolina W 5-0 11 * James Madison W 6-3 12 * James Madison W 8-7 13 * James Madison L 8-3 14 North Carolina L 8-7 CAA Championship Tournament 21 # vs Towson W 18-5 22 # vs William & Mary W 4-3 (12) 24 # vs Va. Commonwealth L 13-10 # vs George Mason L 13-12(12) NCAA Baton Rouge Regional 30 % vs Tulane L 8-3 31 % vs Northeastern W 12-6 % vs Tulane W 9-8 (10) 6/1 % at Louisiana State L 9-8 (11) * CAA | ^ Hughes Bros. Challenge | # CAA Tournament | % NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)

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2004 (40-23) Caa Champions coach: mark scalf caa: 17-6, second Home: 27-9; away: 11-12 neutral: 2-2 2/18 20 21 22 24 28 29

Elon L 7-8 at South Carolina L 4-7 at South Carolina L 3-20 at South Carolina L 0-12 at Elon L 4-5 ^ Marist L 9-11 ^ Marist W 7-2 ^ West Virginia W 7-2 3/2 UNC Greensboro W 1-0 (13) 3 Duke W 9-8 6 St. Peter’s W 1-0 St. Peter’s W 5-1 7 St. Peter’s W 11-2 9 Virginia Tech L 2-4 10 Virginia Tech W 9-6 13 at Georgia W 9-5 14 at Georgia L 1-5 19 Kent State W 9-5 20 Kent State L 5-10 21 Kent State W 10-9 23 N.C. State W 1-0 24 at Duke L 3-4 26 * at James Madison W 17-4 27 * at James Madison L 12-13 28 * at James Madison W 8-7 4/3 * at Delaware W 10-4 * at Delaware W 2-0 6 Campbell W 7-1 7 at Coastal Carolina L 7-9 10 * George Mason L 2-3 11 * George Mason W 6-5 12 * George Mason L 3-7 16 * at William & Mary L 1-3 17 * at William & Mary W 14-12 18 * at William & Mary L 5-17 20 Coastal Carolina W 12-0 30 * Hofstra W 7-2 5/1 * Hofstra W 11-3 2 * Hofstra W 7-2 4 at East Carolina W 15-5 5 at Campbell W 6-1 7 * Towson W 3-1 8 * Towson W 8-4 9 * Towson W 15-2 11 East Carolina L 0-3 12 at UNC Greensboro L 3-8 14 * at Va. Commonwealth W 3-0 15 * at Va. Commonwealth W 12-3 16 * at Va. Commonwealth W 5-3 18 at N.C. State L 4-5 20 * Old Dominion L 2-3 21 * Old Dominion W 5-2 22 * Old Dominion W 8-1 CAA Championship Tournament 26 # Old Dominion W 6-4 27 # Va. Commonwealth W 12-3 28 # Delaware L 2-3 # George Mason W 3-1 29 # Delaware W 8-7 # Delaware W 15-3 NCAA kinston Regional 6/5 % Tennessee W 8-5 6 % East Carolina L 4-11 % Tennessee W 4-3 7 % East Carolina L 0-7 * CAA | ^ Hughes Bros. Challenge | # CAA Tournament | % NCAA Regional (Kinston, N.C.)

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season results (division I)

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2005 (40-19) coach: mark scalf caa: 21-3, First Home: 27-11; away: 12-7 neutral: 1-1

2006 (42-22) Caa Champions caa: 17-13, Fifth Home: 31-8; away: 9-11 neutral: 2-3

2/5 UM-Eastern Shore W 10-0 6 UM-Eastern Shore W 16-0 11 Virginia W 5-2 12 Virginia L 0-2 13 Virginia L 4-7 16 Duke W 9-7 18 Maryland L 8-12 19 Maryland L 2-4 20 Maryland W 11-6 22 at UNC Chapel Hill L 3-5 25 ^ Penn State L 3-4 26 ^ Tennessee L 0-1 27 ^ UNC Greensboro W 9-3 3/4 % Vs. Southern Miss L 4-16 5 % at Lamar L 1-8 6 % Vs. Indiana State W 4-3 9 N.C. State L 0-6 11 Utah W 4-2 12 Utah W 9-5 13 Utah W 10-1 19 Siena W 9-4 20 Siena W 7-3 21 Siena W 7-2 23 at East Carolina L 8-12 25 * William & Mary W 4-1 26 * William & Mary W 11-5 27 * William & Mary W 7-6 30 at Duke W 24-1 4/1 * at Hofstra W 16-3 2 * at Hofstra W 22-8 3 * at Hofstra W 15-8 6 Campbell W 13-1 8 * at George Mason W 11-10 9 * at George Mason W 10-4 10 * at George Mason W 8-0 13 at N.C. State L 4-8 15 * Delaware W 7-6 16 * Delaware W 16-6 17 * Delaware L 6-7 19 Elon W 10-4 20 at Elon L 2-6 26 UNC Chapel Hill L 8-11 29 * James Madison W 4-3 (11) 30 * James Madison W 7-4 5/1 * James Madison W 13-4 4 East Carolina W 6-5 6 * at Towson W 16-4 7 * at Towson L 3-13 8 * at Towson L 8-9 10 at Campbell W 12-6 14 * Va. Commonwealth W 17-5 15 * Va. Commonwealth W 4-1 16 * Va. Commonwealth W 14-4 19 * at Old Dominion W 16-8 20 * at Old Dominion W 8-6 21 * at Old Dominion W 12-2 CAA Championship Tournament 25 # Hofstra W 9-6 26 # Towson L 1-6 27 # George Mason L 7-9 * CAA | ^ Hughes Bros. Challenge % Cardinal Classic | # CAA Tournament

2/10 Md.-Eastern Shore 12 Md.-Eastern Shore 17 18 19 24 25 26 3/1 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 15 17 18 19 22 25

W W W L W W W L L W W W W W W L W W L W L W W W W W W L L L W W W W L W W W W L W L W L L L W L W W W L W W L L

19-2 18-0 20-1 7-9 10-8 10-5 6-5 2-11 8-9 17-0 12-5 16-1 12-1 3-2 5-4 5-6 19-8 5-4 (10) 0-4 21-10 6-13 3-2 14-6 13-3 20-0 14-6 15-8 4-7 3-4 2-3 (10) 13-8 4-2 8-3 7-5 6-9 14-0 8-7 (10) 18-8 13-8 4-9 5-3 4-9 6-2 2-7 5-8 1-3 4-3 (11) 9-13 9-5 5-3 4-0 5-6 (11) 8-6 14-4 3-5 7-9

Wake Forest Wake Forest Wake Forest ^ Vs. Va. Tech ^ at East Carolina ^ Vs. N.C. State Duke La Salle La Salle La Salle Western Carolina Western Carolina * Hofstra * Hofstra * Hofstra East Carolina * at George Mason * at George Mason * at George Mason at East Carolina Savannah State Savannah State 26 Savannah State 29 at Duke 31 * at Northeastern 4/1 * at Northeastern 2 * at Northeastern 4 Campbell 7 * William & Mary 8 * William & Mary 9 * William & Mary 14 * at Towson 15 * at Towson 16 * at Towson 18 at Campbell 21 * Georgia State 22 * Georgia State 23 * Georgia State 25 at Elon 28 * at Va. Commonwealth 29 * at Va. Commonwealth 30 * at Va. Commonwealth 5/2 Elon 5 * Delaware 6 * Delaware 7 * Delaware 10 N.C. State 12 * Old Dominion 13 * Old Dominion 14 * Old Dominion 18 * at James Madison 19 * at James Madison 20 * at James Madison CAA Championship Tournament 24 # Old Dominion W 7-3 (10) 25 # Va. Commonwealth W 8-2 26 # James Madison W 10-9 27 # Va. Commonwealth L 7-14 28 # Va. Commonwealth W 7-6 NCAA Chapel Hill Regional 6/2 % Vs. Winthrop L 2-14 3 % Vs. Maine W 21-19 4 % Vs. Winthrop L 3-5 * CAA | ^ Keith LeClair Classic (Greenville, N.C.) | # CAA Tournament | % NCAA Regional (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

2007 (29-27) Caa regular season Co-Champions caa: 18-11, T-1st Home: 18-11; away: 9-15 neutral: 2-1 2/9 10 11 14 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 27 3/2 3 4 6 9 10 11 13 16 17 18 20 23 24 25 28 30 31 4/1 3 6 7 8 11 13 14 17 20 21 22 25 28

Western Kentucky L 2-4 Oklahoma L 5-10 South Carolina L 8-9 (11) at Coastal Carolina L 6-8 Temple W 5-4 Temple W 7-4 Temple W 15-3 UNC Chapel Hill L 5-6 ^ Vs. Notre Dame W 9-5 ^ Vs. Texas Christian W 10-5 ^ Vs. West Virginia L 6-7 at NC State L 2-5 at Wake Forest L 4-8 at Wake Forest L 2-11 at Wake Forest W16-11 (12) at Elon W 13-2 * Va. Commonwealth L 3-13 * Va. Commonwealth W 3-0 * Va. Commonwealth W 5-3 Coastal Carolina L 6-7 * at Georgia State L 3-5 * at Georgia State W 13-8 * at Georgia State W 9-1 Campbell W 6-2 * at Old Dominion L 5-12 * at Old Dominion L 3-4 * at Old Dominion L 0-1 at East Carolina L 10-11 (10) * James Madison W 6-5 * James Madison W 11-3 * James Madison L 2-3 at UNC Chapel Hill L 2-14 * at Hofstra W 14-0 * at Hofstra W 3-2 * at Hofstra L 9-7 East Carolina L 2-3 * at Delaware L 5-6 * at Delaware L 6-8 Elon W 8-7 * Towson W 8-0 * Towson L 5-6 * Towson W 9-4 at NC State L 1-6 * at Wiliam & mary L 0-5 * at William & Mary W 14-5 29 * at William & Mary W 19-1 5/4 * Northeastern W 11-5 5 * Northeastern W 3-2 6 * Northeastern W 8-4 9 NC State W 8-4 15 at Campbell W 10-5 18 * George Mason W 14-12 * George Mason W 11-4 19 * George Mason W 15-2 CAA Championship Tournament 23 # Va. Commonwealth L 3-4 24 # Old Dominion L 3-13 * CAA | ^ Baseball at The Beach (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) | # CAA Tournament

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2008 (44-17-1) Caa regular season Champions caa: 25-4-1, 1st Home: 26-7; away: 15-9-1 neutral: 3-1 22 23 24 26 27 29 3/1

vs. Richmond L 16-23 vs. Milwaukee W 6-3 at Jacksonville L 0-9 Elon L 4-7 at The Citadel L 1-3 Fordham W 8-7 Fordham W 12-6 Fordham W 16-0 2 Fordham W 9-4 5 at Elon W 18-16 8 Towson * W 6-5 Towson * W 6-1 9 Towson * W 7-2 11 at Campbell W 6-4 14 at Hofstra * W 14-2 15 at Hofstra * W 6-3 16 at Hofstra * W 5-4 19 Coastal Carolina W 5-2 21 William & Mary * W 9-2 22 William & Mary * W 16-5 23 William & Mary * W 8-3 26 at Coastal Carolina W 10-7 28 at Va. Commonwealth * W 17-4 29 at Va. Commonwealth * W 3-2 30 at Va. Commonwealth * W 6-5 4/1 Wake Forest W 5-1 5 at Northeastern * L 4-6 at Northeastern * W 11-1 6 at Northeastern * T 3-3 (11) 8 at NC State L 5-12 9 Campbell L 6-8 11 Georgia State * W 6-5 (11) 12 Georgia State * W 10-9 13 Georgia State * W 9-8 15 The Citadel W 16-6 18 at Delaware * L 13-14 19 at Delaware * W 13-5 20 at Delaware * W 17-7 22 at East Carolina L 1-6 23 North Carolina Central W 14-8 25 New York Tech W 13-6 26 New York Tech W 12-1 27 New York Tech W 8-2 29 East Carolina L 7-14 5/2 George Mason * L 3-13 3 George Mason * W 10-0 4 George Mason * W 8-3 7 NC State W 3-2 (11) 9 at James Madison * W 11-6 10 at James Madison * W 7-2 11 at James Madison * W 23-4 13 at East Carolina L 2-3 15 Old Dominion * W 3-2 16 Old Dominion * L 3-9 17 Old Dominion * W 5-3 CAA Championship Tournament 21 # Towson W 11-5 22 # William & Mary L 8-11 23 # George Mason L 9-14 NCAA Cary Regional 30 ^ Vs. Elon W 5-2 31 ^ at UNC Chapel Hill L 1-5 6/1 ^ Vs. Elon W 15-11 2 ^ at UNC Chapel Hill L 3-7 * CAA | # CAA Tournament | ^ NCAA Regional (Cary, N.C.)


season results (division I) 2009 (31-23) Caa Championship Finalist caa: 10-8, 3rd Home: 26-9; away: 5-14

2010 (33-27) Caa Championship Finalist caa: 13-10, 4th Home: 20-18; away: 13-9

2/20 21 22 24 27

2/19 at Jacksonville 2/20 at Jacksonville 2/21 at Jacksonville Hughes Bros. Challenge 2/26 Lehigh 2/27 Morehead State 2/28 Liberty 3/5 Akron 3/6 Stony Brook Akron 3/7 Stony Brook 3/9 Ball State 3/10 Wake Forest 3/12 Duquesne 3/13 Duquesne 3/14 Duquesne 3/16 at Elon 3/17 N.C. State 3/19 Rhode Island 3/20 Rhode Island 3/21 Rhode Island 3/26 Towson 3/27 Towson 3/28 Towson 3/31 at #23 East Carolina 4/2 George Mason 4/3 George Mason 4/4 George Mason 4/6 at #13 Coastal Carolina 4/7 Campbell 4/9 at Delaware 4/10 at Delaware 4/11 at Delaware 4/13 Charleston Southern 4/14 at N.C. State 4/16 at James Madison 4/17 at James Madison 4/18 at James Madison 4/21 #8 Coastal Carolina 4/24 at Northeastern

Maryland Maryland Maryland Coll. of Charleston Michigan State Michigan State 28 Michigan State 3/4 Wake Forest 3/6 Wright State 3/7 Kent State 3/8 Wright State Kent State 3/11 Creighton 3/13 Hofstra* Hofstra* 3/14 Hofstra* 3/18 at North Carolina Central 3/20 Va. Commonwealth* 3/21 Va. Commonwealth* 3/22 Va. Commonwealth* 3/24 North Carolina 3/25 at East Carolina 3/31 at Coastal Carolina 4/1 Coastal Carolina 4/3 at George Mason* 4/4 at George Mason* 4/5 at George Mason* 4/7 at NC State 4/8 East Carolina 4/10 William & Mary* 4/11 William & Mary* 4/12 William & Mary* 4/14 Elon 4/15 at Coll. of Charleston 4/19 at Elon 4/21 at North Carolina 4/24 at Towson* 4/25 at Towson* 4/26 at Towson* 4/28 North Carolina Central North Carolina Central 5/6 NC State 5/8 at Clemson 5/9 at Clemson 5/10 at Clemson 5/12 East Carolina 5/14 at Old Dominion* 5/15 at Old Dominion* 5/16 at Old Dominion* CAA Championship Tournament 5/20 Old Dominion# 5/21 Georgia State# 5/22 Delaware# George State# * CAA | # CAA Tournament

W 10-4 W 7-5 W 7-4 W 5-3 W 7-2 W 4-3 W 9-8 W 12-7 W 6-3 L 2-5 L 4-9 W 3-0 W 6-2 W 19-6 W 8-6 W 11-8 W 13-2 L 11-18 W 5-2 W 9-0 L 1-8 L 0-3 L 3-4 (11) L 2-3 L 2-4 L 3-6 L 8-10 L 2-10 W 8-3 W 10-4 W 8-3 L 8-14 W 7-6 L 6-12 L 11-15 L 5-7 L 10-12 L 2-3 W 10-7 W 10-3 W 14-0 W 5-1 L 2-13 L 3-11 W 4-3 L 5-12 W 17-7 W 10-2 L 6-9 W L W L

7-5 5-8 5-4 10-12

4/25 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/5 5/8

at Northeastern East Carolina VCU VCU VCU Elon Georgia State Georgia State 5/9 Georgia State 5/13 at William & Mary 5/14 at William & Mary 5/15 at William & Mary 5/18 at Charleston Southern 5/20 College of Charleston 5/22 at College of Charleston CAA Championship Tournament 27 James Madison# 28 Georgia State# James Madison# 29 VCU# VCU# * CAA | # CAA Tournament

W W L

2011 (31-28) caa: 18-12, 3rd Home: 21-15 away: 10-13 6-3 8-5 3-4

L 4-5 12-2 W L 2-12 L 5-11 L 2-6 L 4-5 W 11-3 L 6-7 (11) W 10-3 W 14-7 W 10-1 W 4-3 W 14-1 W 9-6 L 11-12 W 9-1 L 3-5 L 2-7 W 7-3 W 12-6 W 15-13 L 1-2 L 8-13 (10) W 5-4 L 1-20 W 8-5 W 12-4 W 10-3 W 7-6 (11) W 5-4 W 7-4 L 11-12 W 6-0 L 5-6 L 4-8 L 3-4 L 1-4 W 4-2 L 7-9 L 3-4 W 10-5 W 7-3 L 2-9 L 4-11 L 0-1 W 3-8 L 3-4 W 12-5 W 4-0 W 6-5 W 3-2 L 8-10 L 7-8 10-8 W W 3-1 W 10-0 L 5-7 (12)

2/18 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/25 3/26

Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville at College of Charleston Marist Miami (Ohio) West Virginia at Elon Villanova St. Joseph’s Holy Cross St. Joseph’s Northeastern* Northeastern* Northeastern* North Florida North Florida at Towson* at Towson* at Towson* at #12 North Carolina at George Mason* at George Mason* at George Mason* 3/29 East Carolina 4/5 at Campbell 4/6 College of Charleston 4/8 Delaware* 4/9 Delaware* 4/10 Delaware* 4/12 Campbell 4/13 at NC State 4/15 William & Mary* 4/16 William & Mary* 4/17 William & Mary* 4/19 at East Carolina 4/20 NC State 4/22 at Hofstra* at Hofstra* 4/24 at Hofstra* 4/26 Coastal Carolina 4/29 at James Madison* 4/30 at James Madison* 5/1 at James Madison* 5/3 Elon 5/7 Georgia State* Georgia State* 5/8 Georgia State* 5/10 #9 North Carolina 5/13 at Old Dominion* 5/14 at Old Dominion* 5/15 at Old Dominion* 5/17 at Coastal Carolina 5/19 VCU* 5/20 VCU* 5/21 VCU* CAA Championship Tournament 5/26 Old Dominion# 5/27 James Madison# Old Dominion# * CAA | # CAA Tournament

W L L L L W W W L W W W W W W W L L W L L L W W L W L L L W W W W W W L L W W L L L L L W W W W L L L W L W L W

20-7 6-7 1-9 4-5 4-5 7-3 8-0 10-5 3-4 3-1 12-4 4-2 6-5 5-2 11-2 9-8 7-11 7-15 7-2 4-9 2-14 7-9 13-4 7-6 5-20 13-5 5-6 1-7 5-6 5-1 5-2 9-1 7-4 11-2 7-4 13-17 5-19 11-6 8-2 4-6 4-11 2-12 5-6 6-9 6-5 8-4 6-1 6-4 5-11 5-10 5-7 5-3 3-12 3-2 6-15 9-7

W L L

7-0 7-13 3-4

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2012 (39-23) Caa tournament Champions Caa regular season Champions caa: 24-6, 1st Home: 19-8; away: 16-13 neutral: 4-2 2/17 Ohio W 6-5 2/18 Ohio L 4-6 Ohio W 5-2 2/21 at NC State L 0-10 2/24 at #20 Ole Miss L 0-2 2/25 at #20 Ole Miss L 4-6 2/26 at #20 Ole Miss L 5-10 2/29 St. John’s L 0-3 Hughes Bros. Challenge 3/2 UNC Asheville W 8-1 3/4 UNC Asheville L 2-7 NC State L 3-8 3/7 at Coastal Carolina L 6-8 3/9 James Madison* W 10-7 3/10 James Madison* W 8-7 3/11 James Madison* W 14-3 3/13 at Col. of Charleston W 6-3 3/16 at Delaware* W 22-3 3/17 at Delaware* L 2-3 3/18 at Delaware* W 7-0 3/20 Col. of Charleston W 7-3 3/23 at VCU* W 9-6 3/24 at VCU* L 4-5 (12) 3/25 at VCU* W 4-0 3/27 at Elon L 4-5 3/30 Old Dominion* W 10-4 3/31 Old Dominion* W 7-3 4/1 Old Dominion* W 4-3 4/3 East Carolina L 0-5 4/5 at TCU W 7-5 4/6 at TCU L 0-4 4/7 at TCU L 2-5 4/10 Coastal Carolina W 5-4 4/11 at Chas. Southern W 10-3 4/13 Hofstra* W 10-3 4/14 Hofstra* W 2-1 4/15 Hofstra* L 2-4 4/17 at #24 East Carolina W 10-1 4/21 at Northeastern* W 7-3 at Northeastern* W 7-2 4/22 at Northeastern* W 10-2 4/25 Elon W 7-5 4/27 at Georgia State* W 15-0 4/28 at Georgia State* W 7-3 4/29 at Georgia State* L 7-8 5/4 Towson* L 1-3 5/5 Towson* W 11-2 5/6 Towson* W 12-2 5/8 at #7 North Carolina L 2-4 5/10 at William & Mary* W 4-1 5/11 at William & Mary* W 5-4 5/12 at William & Mary* W 4-3 5/15 Chas. Southern W 5-1 5/17 George Mason* W 9-2 5/18 George Mason* W 11-5 5/19 George Mason* L 9-10 CAA Championship Tournament 5/24 Vs. VCU# W 8-5 5/25 Vs. Delaware# W 3-2 5/26 Vs. Delaware# L 9-11 Vs. Delaware# W 10-8 NCAA Raleigh Regional 6/1 Vs. Vanderbilt% L 2-8 6/2 Vs. Sacred Heart% W 13-4 6/3 at #16 NC State% L 5-17 * CAA | # CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.) | % NCAA Raleigh Regional

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CAA/NCAA Leaders & Rankings Colonial Athletic Association Leaders Batting Average 1989 Tommie Adams 2011 Thomas Pope

.393 .396

Plate Appearances 2003 Matt Wright 2004 Chip Grawey 2006 Chris Hatcher

274 292 310

At Bats 2003 Jamie Hemingway 2004 Chip Grawey

237 271

On Base Average 2011 Thomas Pope

.488

Doubles 1991 Corey Broome 2005 Matt Poulk

21 24

Triples 2008

Jason Appel

Home Runs 1996 Bryan Britt 2008 Mark Carver 2010 Robbie Monday 2012 Tyler Molinaro Hits 2003 2004 2005 2008

Jamie Hemingway Chip Grawey Tim Preston Jason Appel

RBI 2005 2008

Matt Poulk Mark Carver

Walks 2006 2008

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Innings Pitched 2006 Thomas Benton 2008 Jeff Hatcher

Jonathan Batts Nate Hall

5 19 21 20 16 86 101 102 100 73 82 43 40

Hit By Pitch 2004 Tim Preston

15

Stolen Bases 1989 Trent Mongero 2003 Jamie Hemingway 2006 John Raynor

23 31 42

Appearances 2003 Blake Cross 2004 Blake Cross 2005 Allen Flood 2006 Adam Paul 2008 Cam Roth 2009 Bryan Booth 2010 Bryan Booth

35 32 33 36 33 32 37

Starts 2004 2006 2008 2012

Zack Kimball Thomas Benton Jeff Hatcher Brad Holt Mat Batts

17 18 15 15 16

Wins 2004 2005 2008

Ronald Hill Ronald Hill Brad Holt

Saves 1989 1991 1993 2003 2004 2006

Keith Jarman Heath Altman Brian Smith Blake Cross Blake Cross Adam Paul

120.2 97.2 12-1 10-4 11-1 3 8 5 13 12 9

Strikeouts 1986 Kenny King 1996 Jason Ramsey 2012 Mat Batts

63 114 90*

Opp. BAvg 2008 Brad Holt *tied for lead

.225

uNCW In NCAA Statistical Rankings (Top 30 since 1989)

2012 2012

Tyler Molinaro UNCW

16 56

15th 11th

Double Plays Turned 1998 UNCW 2007 UNCW 2010 UNCW

69 64 67

7th 9th 7th

Walks 2000 Justin Wishon 2008 UNCW

52 316

17th 8th

fielding Pct 2002 UNCW 2006 UNCW

.974 .970

2nd 30th

Wins 2004 2005 2008

Ronald Hill Ronald Hill Bradley Holt

12 10 11

10th 28th 13th

Saves 2003 Blake Cross 2004 Blake Cross

9 12

13th 8th

Batting Average 2005 UNCW 2005 Tim Preston 2006 UNCW 2011 Thomas Pope 2012 UNCW

.323 .406 .322 .386 .302

11th 21st 20th 23rd 22nd

Runs Batted In 2005 Matt Poulk 2008 Mark Carver

73 82

16th 7th

Toughest to Strike Out 1989 Trent Mongero 1990 Perry Currin 1993 Battle Holley 2008 Jason Appel

32.0 25.4 36.2 22.9

6th 17th 5th 8th

Strikeouts Per Nine 1990 Bryant Balentine 1993 Heath Altman 1995 John Babson 1995 Jason Ramsey

11.4 11.3 11.0 10.8

1st 9th 13th 15th

Scoring 2005 UNCW 2006 UNCW 2008 UNCW

8.4 8.8 8.3

7th 4th 19th

Walks Per Nine 2008 Jeff Hatcher

1.29

20th

Stolen Bases 1990 UNCW 2000 UNCW 2003 UNCW 2004 Chip Grawey 2005 UNCW 2006 John Raynor 2006 UNCW 2011 UNCW 2012 UNCW

Runs 2008 2012

517 392

14th 29th

103 112 115 39 106 42 133 99 103

29th 30th 25th 17th 30th 10th 12th 18th 12th

Doubles 2005 Matt Poulk 2005 UNCW 2006 UNCW 2007 UNCW 2011 UNCW 2012 UNCW

24 140 156 142 131 121

24th 13th 5th 5th 18th 24th

ERA 1995 1995 1996 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003

2.11 3.37 4.11 4.04 2.20 3.20 3.95 3.75

24th 11th 30th 22nd 17th 4th 25th 27th

Triples 2009 Cody Stanley 2012 Thomas Pope

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24th 18th

Slugging Avg. 2005 UNCW 2006 UNCW 2008 UNCW 2012 UNCW

.487 .501 .516 .450

23rd 8th 16th 13th

On Base Average 2011 Thomas Pope

.488

28th

21 80 21 91 20

11th 11th 13th 15th 25th

Winning Pct. 2005 UNCW 2008 UNCW

.678 .718

28th 14th

Jason Ramsey UNCW UNCW UNCW Brian Whitaker UNCW UNCW UNCW

Home Runs 1996 Bryan Britt 2006 UNCW 2008 Mark Carver 2008 UNCW 2010 Robbie Monday

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Sacrifice Bunts 2012 Drew Farber

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All-Time postseason results Overall NJCAA Tournament Record Opponent Boise Carbon Pueblo Manatee Mesa Phoenix Southern Utah Tarleton Trinidad Totals

W-L 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 4-1 0-5 1-0 1-0 3-0 15-6

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667

Tournament Results 1959 (at Grand Junction, Colo. - Suplizio Field) Phoenix 4, Wilmington College 0 Wilmington College 5, Carbon 0 * Wilmington College 8, Trinidad 7 Phoenix 6, Wilmington College 2 * No-hitter by Billy DeBruhi 1960 (at Grand Junction, Colo. - Suplizio Field) Wilmington College 12, Tarleton 4 Phoenix 12, Wilmington College 1 Mesa 9, Wilmington College 8 1961 (at Grand Junction, Colo. - Suplizio Field) Wilmington College 6, Boise 5 Wilmington College 4, Pueblo 3 Wilmington College 16, Mesa 9 Wilmington College 8, Mesa 3 1962 (at Grand Junction, Colo. - Suplizio Field) Wilmington College 11, Trinidad 3 Phoenix 14, Wilmington College 7 Wilmington College 12, Mesa 2 Wilmington College 9, Trinidad 6 Wilmington College 14, Manatee 6 Phoenix 13, Wilmington College 5 1963 (at Grand Junction, Colo. - Suplizio Field) Wilmington College 15, Manatee 8 Wilmington College 9, Mesa 7 Wilmington College 9, Coll. Southern Utah 0 Wilmington College 9, Manatee 2 Overall NAIA Tournament Record Opponent Appalachian State Atlantic Christian Birmingham Southern Campbell Francis Marion Georgia Southern High Point LaVerne (Cal.) Livingstone Lynchburg Methodist Pembroke State Pfeiffer St. Andrews Salem (WV) Virginia State West Liberty State

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

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .625 .750 .222 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500

Tournament Results 1967 Dist. 26 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) High Point 5, UNC Wilmington 0 UNC Wilmington 1, High Point 0 (17 inn) UNC Wilmington 9, High Point 2 1967 Area 7 (at Statesboro, Ga.) Georgia Southern 1, UNC Wilmington 0 Livingstone 6, UNC Wilmington 5 1968 Dist. 26 (at Misenheimer, N.C.) Pfeiffer 7, UNC Wilmington 6 Pfeiffer 5, UNC Wilmignton 1 1969 Dist. 29 (at Wilmington, N.C.) Lynchburg 5, UNC Wilmington 3 UNC Wilmington 13, St. Andrews 0 Lynchburg 9, UNC Wilmington 8 1970 Dist. 29 (at Pembroke, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 7, Atlantic Christian 0 UNC Pembroke 12, UNC Wilmington 4 UNC Wilmington 6, Lynchburg 2 UNC Pembroke 2, UNC Wilmington 1 1971 Dist. 29 (at Pembroke, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 7, St. Andrews 5 UNC Wilmington 5, Lynchburg 3 UNC Pembroke 4, UNC Wilmington 1 UNC Wilmington 10, UNC Pembroke 4 1971 Area 7 (at Wilmington, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 4, Salem (WV) 3 High Point 14, UNC Wilmington 9 Appalachian State 1, UNC Wilmington 0 1972 Dist. 29 (at Pembroke, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 16, Methodist 7 UNC Pembroke 8, UNC Wilmington 3 UNC Wilmington 8, Methodist 7 UNC Pembroke 6, UNC Wilmington 5 1973 Dist. 29 (at Wilmington, N.C.) Lynchburg 1, UNC Wilmington 0 UNC Wilmington 10, Virginia State 0 UNC Wilmington 7, Lynchburg 1 UNC Pembroke 15, UNC Wilmington 3 1974 Dist. 29 (at Wilmington, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 2, Lynchburg 1 UNC Pembroke 8, UNC Wilmington 1 UNC Wilmington 5, Atlantic Christian 4 UNC Wilmington 6, Lynchburg 2 Methodist 6, UNC Wilmington 5 (14 inn) 1975 Dist. 29 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 4, Campbell 2 UNC Wilmington 14, Pembroke state 2 UNC Wilmington 7, Methodist 5 1975 Area 7 (at Greensboro, N.C. - ) UNC Wilmington 14, High Point 5 UNC Wilmington 8, West Liberty State 7 UNC Wilmington 4, High Point 3 1975 World Series (at St. Joseph’s, Mo. - Phil Welch Stadium) La Verne (Cal.) 8, UNC Wilmington 0 Birmingham Southern 9, UNC Wilmington 3

1976 Dist. 29 (at Wilmington, N.C.) UNC Wilmington 9, Atlantic Christian 8 UNC Wilmington 3, Campbell 1 UNC Wilmington 6, Campbell 1 1976 Area 7 (at Wilmington, N.C.) Francis Marion 6, UNC Wilmington 1 West Liberty State 12, UNC Wilmington 8 Overall CAA Tournament Record Opponent Delaware East Carolina George Mason Georgia State Hofstra James Madison Old Dominion Richmond Towson Va. Commonwealth William and Mary Totals

W-L 5-2 1-7 2-11 1-2 1-0 4-8 7-4 3-8 2-1 6-7 5-2 37-52

Pct. .714 .125 .154 .333 1.000 .333 .636 .273 .667 .462 .714 .416

Tournament Results 1986 (at Greenville, N.C. - Harrington Field) UNC Wilmington 11, James Madison 10 Richmond 3, UNC Wilmington 2 East Carolina 9, UNC Wilmington 8 1987 (at Richmond, Va. - The Diamond) UNC Wilmington 5, William and Mary 2 UNC Wilmington 12, Richmond 6 James Madison 5, UNC Wilmington 2 East Carolina 10, UNC Wilmington 3 1988 (at Richmond, Va. - The Diamond) George Mason 5, UNC Wilmington 1 James Madison 12, UNC Wilmington 4 1989 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 8, William and Mary 4 East Carolina 6, UNC Wilmington 1 Richmond 7, UNC Wilmington 2 1990 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) George Mason 11, UNC Wilmington 7 UNC Wilmington 21, William and Mary 6 Richmond 2, UNC Wilmington 1 1991 (at Greenville, N.C. - Harrington Field) George Mason 9, UNC Wilmington 7 Richmond 11, UNC Wilmington 6 1992 (at Greenville, N.C. - Harrington Field) UNC Wilmington 6, Old Dominion 3 Richmond 7, UNC Wilmington 3 UNC Wilmington 9, East Carolina 7 UNC Wilmington 5, Old Dominion 4 Richmond 5, UNC Wilmington 4 1993 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) East Carolina 3, UNC Wilmington 2 George Mason 8, UNC Wilmington 1 1994 (at Norfolk, Va. - Bud Metheny Complex) East Carolina 4, UNC Wilmington 3 (10) James Madison 7, UNC Wilmington 0

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All-Time postseason results 1995 (at Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) UNC Wilmington 6, William and Mary 1 Richmond 17, UNC Wilmington 2 Old Dominion 5, UNC Wilmington 2

2008 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 11, Towson 5 William & Mary 11, UNC Wilmington 8 George Mason 14, UNC Wilmington 9

1996 (at Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) UNC Wilmington 7, Richmond 4 UNC Wilmington 9, James Madison 4 Old Dominion 4, UNC Wilmington 2 James Madison 8, UNC Wilmington 5

2009 (at Wilmington, N.C. – Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 7, Old Dominion 5 Georgia State 8, UNC Wilmington 5 UNC Wilmington 5, Delaware 4 UNC Wilmington 5, George Mason 3 Georgia State 12, UNC Wilmington 10

1997 (at Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) UNC Wilmington 11, Virginia Commonwealth 10 East Carolina 9, UNC Wilmington 8 (12 Innings) William and Mary 12, UNC Wilmington 0 1998 (at Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) Richmond 5, UNC Wilmington 2 George Mason 5, UNC Wilmington 0 1999 (at Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) Virginia Commonwealth 4, UNC Wilmington 1 George Mason 8, UNC Wilmington 5 2000 (at Manteo, N.C. - Coy Tillett Field) UNC Wilmington 9, Richmond 7 East Carolina 5, UNC Wilmington 4 James Madison 6, UNC Wilmington 5 2001 (at Manteo, N.C. - Coy Tillett Field) George Mason 17, UNC Wilmington 8 UNC Wilmington 9, Old Dominion 5 James Madison 8, UNC Wilmington 4 2002 (at Manteo, N.C. - Coy Tillett Field) Va. Commonwealth 4, UNC Wilmington 3 George Mason 7, UNC Wilmington 6 (11 innings) 2003 (at Manteo, N.C. - Coy Tillet Field) UNC Wilmington 18, Towson 5 UNC Wilmington 4, William & Mary 3 (12 innings) Va. Commonwealth 13, UNC Wilmington 10 George Mason 13, UNC Wilmington 12 (11 innings) 2004 (at Wilmington, N.C.-Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 6, Old Dominion 4 UNC Wilmington 12, Va. Commonwealth 3 Delaware 3, UNC Wilmington 2 UNC Wilmington 3, George Mason 1 UNC Wilmington 8, Delaware 7 UNC Wilmington 15, Delaware 3 2005 (at Wilmington, N.C.-Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 9, Hofstra 6 Towson 6, UNC Wilmington 1 George Mason 9, UNC Wilmington 7

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2006 (at Wilmington, N.C.-Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 7, Old Dominion 3 (10) UNC Wilmington 8, Va. Commonwealth 2 UNC Wilmington 10, James Madison 9 Va. Commonwealth 14, UNC Wilmington 7 UNC Wilmington 7, Va. Commonwealth 6

2010 (at Wilmington, N.C. – Brooks Field) James Madison 8, UNC Wilmington 7 UNC Wilmington 10, Georgia State 8 UNC Wilmington 3, James Madison 1 UNC Wilmington 10, VCU 0 VCU 7, UNC Wilmington 5 (12 inn) 2011 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) UNC Wilmington 7, Old Dominion 0 James Madison 13, UNC Wilmington 7 Old Dominion 4, UNC Wilmington 3 2012 (at Harrisonburg, Va. - Eagle Field) UNC Wilmington 8, VCU 5 UNC Wilmington 2, Delaware 1 Delaware 11, UNC Wilmington 9 UNC Wilmington 10, Delaware 8 Tournament Seedings Date 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

Seed No. 4 No. 1 No. 5 No. 1 No. 3 No. 2 No. 6 No. 4 No. 4 No. 2 No. 7 No. 8 No. 7 No. 6 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 1 No. 5 No. 4 No. 1 No. 3 No. 4 No. 3 No. 1

Record 1-2 2-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 3-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 5-1 1-2 4-1 0-2 1-2 3-2 3-2 1-2 3-1 37-52 (.416)

Overall NCAA Tournament Record Opponent East Carolina Elon Louisiana State Maine UNC Chapel Hill NC State Northeastern Sacred Heart Tennessee Tulane Vanderbilt Winthrop Totals

W-L 0-2 2-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 8-10

Pct. .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .444

Tournament Results 2003 (at Baton Rouge, La. - Alex Box Stadium) Tulane 8, UNC Wilmington 3 UNC Wilmington 12, Northeastern 6 UNC Wilmington 9, Tulane 8 (10 innings) Louisiana State 9, UNC Wilmington 8 (11 innings) 2004 (Kinston, N.C. - Grainger Stadium) UNC Wilmington 8, Tennessee 5 East Carolina 11, UNC Wilmington 4 UNC Wilmington 4, Tennessee 3 East Carolina 7, UNC Wilmington 0 2006 (Chapel Hill, N.C. - Boshamer Stadium) Winthrop 14, UNC Wilmington 2 UNC Wilmington 21, Maine 19 Winthrop 5, UNC Wilmington 3 2008 (Cary, N.C. – USA Baseball Complex) UNC Wilmington 5, Elon 2 UNC Chapel Hill 5, UNC Wilmington 1 UNC Wilmington 15, Elon 11 UNC Chapel Hill 7, UNC Wilmington 3 2012 (Raleigh, N.C. – Doak Field) Vanderbilt 8, UNC Wilmington 2 UNC Wilmington 13, Sacred Heart 4 NC State 17, UNC Wilmington 5

2007 (at Wilmington, N.C. - Brooks Field) Va. Commonwealth 4, UNC Wilmington 3 Old Dominion 13, UNC Wilmington 3

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CAA Tournament records Team Records

Individual Hitting

At Bats Game ................................ 47, East Carolina, 5/14/97 Tournament ................................................ 203, 2004

Games Played Tournament ........................... 6, eight players in 2004 Career ............................ 17, Grayson Evans, 2006-10

SO Game .................................................... 3, many times Tournament ......................... 7, Jason Schindler, 2003 ......................................... 7, Jamie Hemingway, 2003 Career ................................15, Andrew Cain, 2009-12

Runs Game ..............................21, William & Mary, 5/12/90 Tournament .................................................. 46, 2004

At Bats Game .............................................................. 7, twice Tournament ...........................27, Chris Hatcher, 2006 Career ............................ 65, Grayson Evans, 2006-10

Stolen Bases Game .....................................................2, eight times Tournament ................................. 5, Matt Poulk, 2006 Career .................................... 6, Matt Poulk, 2002-06

Runs Game .............................................................. 5, twice Tournament ...............................9, Chip Grawey, 2003 Career .................................. 16, Matt Poulk, 2002-06

Individual Pitching (min. 6 IP)

Hits Game .......................................21, Delaware, 5/29/04 Tournament .................................................. 64, 2004 Batting Average Tournament ............................................... .357, 2012 RBI Game ............................................................ 17, twice Tournament .................................................. 41, 2003 Doubles Game .....................................................4, three times Tournament .................................................. 16, 2004 Triples Game .................................................3, VCU, 5/26/06 Tournament .................................................... 4, 2006 Home Runs Game .............................................................. 4, twice Tournament .................................................. 11, 2003 Base on Balls Game .............................................................. 8, twice Tournament .................................................. 25, 2010 Sac flies Game ................................4, William & Mary, 5/12/90 Tournament .................................................... 4, 1990 Sac Hits Game ..................................4, Old Dominion, 5/12/92 Tournament .................................................... 8, 1992 Stolen Bases Game ................................5, William & Mary, 5/12/90 ............................................5, Old Dominion, 5/26/11 Tournament .................................................. 10, 2006 Innings Pitched Game ......................................................... 12.0, twice Tournament ............................................... 53.0, 2004 LOB Game .............................................. 14, VCU, 5/27/06 ERA Tournament ............................................... 2.89, 2004 Opp. BAVG Tournament ............................................... .210, 1990 Wins Tournament .................................................... 5, 2004 Strikeouts Game ..............................18, William & Mary, 5/22/03 Tournament .................................................. 49, 2003

Hits Game ................ 5, Mark Chamberlain, W&M, 5/12/90 .......................... Daniel Hargrave, Towson, 5/21/08 ..........................5, Tournament .............................11, Chip Grawey, 2003 Career .................................. 25, Matt Poulk, 2002-06 Batting Average Tournament .......................... .667, Perry Currin, 1991 Career ......................... .455, Matt Campbell, 2011-12 Slugging Pct. Tournament .................... 1.000, Justin Wishon, 2001 ........................................... ...........................................1.000, Mike Rooney, 2008 Career .............................841, Jason Roach, 1995-97 On Base Average Tournament ......................... .692, John Raynor, 2005 Career ................... .533, Jamie Hemingway, 2000-03 RBI Game ...................................................... 5, four times Tournament ..................... 8, Jamie Hemingway, 2003 .................................................. Cody Stanley, 2009 ..................................................8, Career ............................ 16, Grayson Evans, 2006-10 Doubles Game .....................................................2, three times Tournament ................................. 7, Matt Poulk, 2004 Career .................................. 10, Matt Poulk, 2002-06 Triples Game .................................................... 1, many times Tournament ....................................................1, many Career .............................. 2, Grayson Evans, 2006-10 Home Runs Game .....................................................2, three times Tournament .......................................... 2, many times Career ................................. 5, Jason Roach, 1995-97 Total Bases Game ........................ 11, Jason Roach, VCU, 5/13/98 Tournament .............................19, Chip Grawey, 2003 Career .................................. 46, Matt Poulk, 2002-06 Base on Balls Game ...................... 4, Trent Mongero, W&M, 5/12/90 Tournament ..............................7, Joe Catalano, 1987 ................................................... 7, Mark Carver, 2008 Career ...............................11, Joe Catalano, 1987-90 ....................................... 11, Grayson Evans, 2006-10

Appearances Tournament ................................4, Blake Cross, 2003 ............................................................. 4, Ryan Walker ................................................... Bryan Booth, 2009 ...................................................4, Career ...................................8, Blake Cross, 2001-04 Starts Tournament ..............................2, Zach Kimball, 2004 ............................................. 2, Thomas Benton, 2006 Career .............................. 4, Daniel Cropper, 2007-11 Innings Pitched Game ..................................................... 9.0, six times Tournament .................... 12.0, Thomas Benton, 2006 Career ......................... 30.2, Daniel Cropper, 2007-11 Wins Tournament ................................. 2, Ronald Hill, 2004 Career .............................. 3, Daniel Cropper, 2007-11 Strikeouts Game ........... 11, Brian Smith, Old Dominion, 5/12/92 ............................... 11, Mat Batts, Delaware, 5/25/12 Tournament ....................... 15, Matt McDonnell, 2000 Career ................................27, Bryan Mazur, 1996-99 Saves Tournament ...............................3, Bryan Booth, 2009 Career .................................. 3, Bryan Booth, 2007-09 Individual fielding Total Chances Game .......21, Neil Eichhorn, William & Mary, 5/22/03 Tournament ............................. 54, Matt Sutton, 2004 Career ...............................118, Matt Wright, 2000-03 Putouts Game .................................................. 18, two players Tournament ............................. 50, Matt Sutton, 2004 Career ...............................109, Matt Wright, 2000-03 Assists Game ..... 8, Mark Rugienius, William & Mary, 5/15/97 Tournament .............................24, Aaron Smith, 2004 Career ...................... 42, Mark Chamberlain, 1989-92 Errors Game ................................................. 2, seven players Tournament ...................... 4, Russ Simmerman, 2003 Career ................................................. 5, three players

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NCAA tournament records Team Records At Bats Game .............................................. 47, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament .................................................154, 2003 Runs Inning........................................ 11, Elon (9th), 6/1/08 Game .............................................. 21, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ...................................................32, 2003 Hits Inning.......................................... 9, Elon (9th), 6/1/08 Game .............................................. 19, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ...................................................56, 2003 Batting Average Tournament .................................................364, 2003 Slugging Percentage Tournament .................................................585, 2012 On Base Average Tournament .................................................392, 2003 Total Bases Game ................................... 33, Sacred Heart, 6/2/12 Tournament ...................................................89, 2003 Left on Base Game ................................................... 12, three times Tournament ...................................................33, 2008 Runs Batted In Game .............................................. 19, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ...................................................32, 2003 Doubles Game ............................................. 5, Tulane, 5/31/03 Tournament .....................................................8, 2003 Triples Game ................................... 2, Northeastern, 5/31/03 Tournament ...........................................2, 2003, 2008 Home Runs Game ..................................... 5, Sacred Heart, 6/2/12 Tournament .....................................................8, 2012 Base on Balls Game .................................6, UNC Chapel Hill, 6/1/08 Tournament ...................................................14, 2008 Innings Pitched Game .............................................. 10.1, LSU, 6/1/03 Tournament ................................................37.1, 2003 Earned Run Average Tournament ..................................... 5.91, 2003, 2008

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Pitching Strikeouts Game ........................................... 11, Tulane, 5/31/03 Tournament ...................................................28, 2008 Walks Game ............................................9, Winthrop, 6/4/06 Tournament ........................................ 20, 2003, 2006

Runs Allowed Game .............................................. 19, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ...................................................38, 2006 Individual Hitting Games Played Tournament .................................................... 4, many Career .................................................. 8, Chip Grawey ............................................................. 8, Aaron Smith ............................................................ 8, Neil Eichhorn .............................................................. 8, Matt Sutton At Bats Game ...........................7, Jason Appel, Maine, 6/3/06 ................................... 7, Chris Hatcher, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ............................. 20, Jason Appel, 2008 Career ................................................ 36, Chip Grawey ........................................................... 36, Jason Appel Runs Game .............................................................. 3, many Tournament ............................... 8, Chip Grawey, 2003 Career ................................................ 10, Chip Grawey Hits Game .............................................................. 4, many Tournament ............................. 11, Chip Grawey, 2003 Career ................................................ 16, Chip Grawey Batting Average Tournament .................................... .611, Chip Grawey Career .......................................................................... Runs Batted In Game ............................... 5, Matt Wright, LSU, 6/1/03 ........................... 5 Drew Farber, Sacred Heart, 6/2/12 Tournament .............................. 11, Matt Wright, 2003 Career ................................................. 11, Matt Wright Doubles Game ..................................................... 2, three times Tournament ............................... 3, Jason Appel, 2006 Career .................................................. 5, Jason Appel Triples Game .............................................................. 1, many Tournament .................................................... 1, many Career .................................................. 2, Jason Appel Home Runs Game ............................... 2, Matt Wright, LSU, 6/1/03 Tournament ................................ 3, Matt Wright, 2003 Career ................................................... 3, Matt Wright Base on Balls Game .............................................................. 2, many Tournament ..................................3, Matt Poulk, 2006 ................................................... 3, Aaron Smith, 2004 .................................................... 3, Mark Carver, 2008 Career .......... 3, Matt Poulk, Aaron Smith, Mark Carver

Individual Pitching Appearances Tournament ..................................3, Adam Paul, 2006 ................................................ 3, Cameron Roth, 2008 Career ............................................................. 4, many Starts Tournament .................................................... 1, many Career .....................................2, Ronald Hill, 2003-04 .................................................. 2, Brad Holt, 2006-08 Innings Pitched Game ........................... 9, Jeff Hatcher, UNC, 5/31/08 Tournament ................. 9, Jeff Hatcher, UNC, 5/31/08 Career .................................................. 14.1, Brad Holt Runs Allowed Game ................... 10, Thomas Benton, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ......... 10, Thomas Benton, Maine, 6/3/06 Career ...........................12, Thomas Benton, 2003-06 Hits Allowed Game ................... 11, Thomas Benton, Maine, 6/3/06 Tournament ......... 11, Thomas Benton, Maine, 6/3/06 Career ......................................16, Will Hunt, 2003-06 Wins Tournament .................................................... 1, many Career ................................................... 2, Blake Cross Strikeouts Game ..................... 7, Blake Cross, Tennessee,6/6/04 ...................................7, ................................... Blake Cross, Tulane, 5/31/03 Tournament .......................................... 9, Blake Cross Career ................................................. 17, Blake Cross Saves Tournament .......................................... 1, Blake Cross .......................................................... 1, Cameron Roth Career ................................................... 2, Blake Cross Individual fielding Putouts Game .............................12, Matt Wright, LSU, 6/1/03 Tournament .............................. 30, Matt Wright, 2003 Career .............................................. 32, Chris Hatcher Assists Game ................ 6, Lee McLean, East Carolina, 6/6/04 Tournament .....................13, Russ Simmerman, 2003 Career ................................................ 19, Aaron Smith Errors Game ......................3, Russ Simmerman, LSU, 6/1/03 Tournament .......................4, Russ Simmerman, 2003 Career .......................................... 4, Russ Simmerman

Stolen Bases Game .............................................................. 1, many Tournament .................................................... 2, many Career ............................................................. 2, many

Hits Allowed Game ..........................................22, NC State, 6/3/12 Tournament ...................................................50, 2003

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Honors/awards 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1993

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007 2008

all-colonial athletic association 1st Team: Eric Hall (C) 1st Team: Chuck Jones (1B) Wesley Currin (LHP) Eric Hickman (DH) 1st Team: Trent Mongero (SS) Perry Currin (CF) 1st Team: Bryant Balentine (LHP) 1st Team: Mark Chamberlain (2B) Perry Currin (CF) 1st Team: Corey Broome (C) 2nd Team: Battle Holley (2B) Kevin Hooker (OF) Heath Altman (Reliever) 1st Team: Battle Holley (3B) 2nd Team: Brian Smith (RHP) 1st Team: John Babson (RHP) 2nd Team: Jason Ramsey (LHP) Bryan Britt (OF) 1st Team: Bryan Britt (OF) Jason Ramsey (LHP) 2nd Team: Derek Williams (OF) Jason Roach (OF) Chris Luther (2B) 2nd Team: Kevin Hairr (OF) Daniel Marsh (C) 1st Team: Bryan Mazur (LHP) 2nd Team: Kevin Hairr (OF) Benji McIntosh (3B) 1st Team: Justin Wishon (OF) Daniel Marsh (C) 2nd Team: Anthony Kozol (RHP) 1st Team: Charlie Weatherby (P) Magnus Pilegard (C) 1st Team: Jamie Hemingway (OF) Kiley Vaughn (SS) 2nd Team: Brian Whitaker (RHP) Blake Cross (Reliever) 1st Team: Jamie Hemingway (OF) 2nd Team: Matt Sutton (OF) Chip Grawey (DH) Brad Overton (SP) Blake Cross (RP) 1st Team: Blake Cross (RP) Chip Grawey (OF) 2nd Team: Neal Eichhorn (C) Matt Sutton (1b) Aaron Smith (ss) Jonathan Batts (Ut) 1st Team: Matt Poulk (3b) John Raynor (OF) Tim Preston (OF) Ronald Hill (SP) Adam Paul (RP) 2nd Team: Chris Hatcher (C) Rookie: Allen Flood (RP) Jason Appel (OF) 1st Team: Chris Hatcher (C) Matt Poulk (3b) John Raynor (OF) 2nd Team: Jonathan Batts (1b) Adam Paul 2nd Team: Jonathan Batts (c) Rookie: Daniel Cropper 1st Team: Mark Carver (c) Daniel Hargrave (2b) Nate Hall (3b) Jason Appel (of) Brad Holt (SP) Jeff Hatcher (SP) Rookie: Cody Stanley

2009 2010

2011

2012

Stephen Harrold Cameron Roth 3rd Team: Mike Rooney (ss) Robbie Monday (1b) Rookie: Steven Davis 1st Team: Cody Stanley (c) 2nd Team: Robbie Monday (1b) Cam Roth (SP) 3rd Team: Hunter Ridge (Util) Rookie: Michael Bass Hunter Ridge 1st Team: Hunter Ridge (1b) 2nd Team: Matt Campbell (3b) Andrew Cain (OF) Thomas Pope (DH) 1st Team: Andrew Cain (OF) Thomas Pope (OF) Tyler McSwain (SP) 2nd Team: Hunter Ridge (1b) Michael Bass (2b) Jake Koenig (ss) Matt Campbell (3b) 3rd Team: Tyler Molinaro (OF) Mat Batts (SP) Rookie: Corey Dick Jordan Ramsey

CAA Player-of-the-Year 1989 Trent Mongero (SS) 1994 Battle Holley (3B)* 1996 Bryan Britt (OF) 2008 Mark Carver (C) * Co-Player-of-the-Year CAA Coach-of-the-Year 1989 Bobby Guthrie 1995 Mark Scalf 2000 Mark Scalf 2005 Mark Scalf 2008 Mark Scalf * 2012 Mark Scalf * Co-Coach-of-the-Year CAA Defensive Player-of-the-Year 2002 Kiley Vaughn (SS) 2010 Mike Rooney (SS) CAA All-Tournament 2003 Blake Cross, Jamie Hemingway Chip Grawey 2004 Ronald Hill, Jeff Moore, Matt Poulk (MVP) Tim Preston, Chip Grawey 2005 Matt Poulk, John Raynor 2006 Chris Hatcher (MVP), Matt Poulk, Lee McLean, Bradley Holt, Grayson Evans 2008 Brad Holt 2009 Cody Stanley, Bobby Leeper, Ben Thielsen, Steven Davis 2010 Daniel Cropper, Matt Holt, Tyler McSwain, Robbie Monday, Thomas Pope, Hunter Ridge 2011 Daniel Cropper, Matt Campbell 2012 Matt Campbell, Thomas Pope, Tyler Molinaro, Mat Batts, Tyler McSwain

2008 2012

Mark Scalf Mark Scalf

NCAA All-Regional 2003 Blake Cross, Matt Wright, Chip Grawey 2004 Lee McLean, Aaron Smith, Tim Preston, Matt Poulk 2006 Jason Appel 2008 Bobby Leeper, Nate Hall, Brad Holt, Mark Carver 2012 Andrew Cain NJCAA All-Tournament 1961 Ronnie Durham (MVP), David Miller, Wayne Taylor 1962 Lou Howard, Sterling Coward, Ron Smith 1963 Larry Honeycutt, Bob Shipp, Bill Harris, Tom Cole, Ed Lemon All-America 1961 Ronnie Durham (1st Team NJCAA) David Miller (1st Team NJCAA) 1962 Sterling Coward (1st Team NJCAA) Bill Haywood (1st Team NJCAA) Lou Howard (1st team NJCAA) David Miller (3rd Team NJCAA) 1963 Tom Cole (1st Team NJCAA) Sterling Coward (1st Team NJCAA) 1967 Sandy Dew (NAIA Honorable Mention) Sam Askew (NAIA Honorable Mention) 1968 Chuck Cuppett (NAIA Honorable Mention) Pete Eyer (NAIA Honorable Mention) 1969 Sandy Dew (NAIA Honorable Mention) 1970 Eddie Booth (NAIA Honorable Mention) 1972 David Sandlin (1st Team NAIA) 1973 David Sandlin (1st Team NAIA) 1975 Randy Pittman (NAIA Honorable Mention) 1996 Bryan Britt (2nd Team Mizuno All-America) 2005 Tim Preston (3rd Team ABCA All-America) 2006 John Raynor (2nd Team Louisville Slugger; 3rd Team Baseball America) 2008 Mark Carver (3rd Team ABCA All-America; 3rd Team Louisville Slugger; 3rd Team Ping Baseball) Brad Holt (3rd Team ABCA All-America; 3rd Team Louisville Slugger; 3rd Team Ping Baseball) freshman All-America 2002 Ronald Hill (Collegiate Baseball) Jeff Moore (Collegiate Baseball) 2003 Matt Sutton (2nd Team Baseball America) 2008 Cody Stanley (3rd Team Ping Baseball) Stephen Harrold (Louisville Slugger; Honorable Mention Ping Baseball) Cameron Roth (Louisville Slugger; Honorable Mention Ping Baseball) 2010 Hunter Ridge (Louisville Slugger) 2012 Corey Dick (Louisville Slugger, NCBWA 2nd Team)

NAIA National Coach-of-the-Year 1975 Bill Brooks

All-ECAC 1996 Bryan Britt (1st Team) 2008 Jason Appel (1st Team) Mark Carver (1st Team) Nate Hall (1st Team) Brad Holt (1st Team)

ABCA Regional Coach-of-the-Year 2003 Mark Scalf 2006 Mark Scalf

Independent All-South 1979 Bubba Baldwin (2nd Team) Herbie Dawkins (2nd Team)

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Honors/awards 1981

John Milkovitz (1st Team)

All-East Region (ABCA) 1983 Mike Antle (1st Team) 1985 Bobby Dale Reynolds (1st Team) 1996 Bryan Britt (1st Team) 1999 Bryan Mazur (1st Team) 2001 Brian Whitaker (1st Team) Magnus Pilegard (1st Team) 2003 Jamie Hemingway (1st Team) 2004 Ronald Hill (2nd Team) Blake Cross (2nd team) Aaron Smith (2nd Team) Chip Grawey (2nd Team) 2005 Tim Preston (1st Team) Ronald Hill (1st Team) Matt Poulk (1st Team) John Raynor (2nd Team) 2006 John Raynor (1st Team) Thomas Benton (2nd Team) Adam Paul (2nd team) Matt Poulk (2nd Team) 2007 Jonathan Batts (2nd Team) 2008 Jason Appel (1st Team) Mark Carver (1st Team) Nate Hall (1st Team) Daniel Hargrave (1st Team) Brad Holt (1st team) 2010 Robbie Monday (1st Team) Hunter Ridge (1st Team) Cody Stanley (2nd Team) 2011 Thomas Pope (1st Team) Hunter Ridge (2nd Team) Matt Campbell (2nd Team) Andrew Cain (2nd Team) 2012 Andrew Cain (1st Team) Thomas Pope (1st Team) Tyler McSwain (2nd Team) NAIA All-District 1971 Bruce Cavanaugh, David McClain, David Sandlin 1972 Bruce Cavanaugh, Greg Dalton, David Sandlin 1973 Bruce Cavanaugh, David Sandlin 1974 Greg Dalton, Howie Edgerton 1975 Swain Smith, Van Lewis, Howie Edgerton, Phil Lambert, Randy Ourt, Randy Pittman, Jerry Yandrick 1976 Swain Smith, Larry File, Randy Ourt

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NCCSIA All-State 2004 Ronald Hill, Blake Cross, Chip Grawey 2005 Ronald Hill, Matt Poulk, Tim Preston John Raynor 2006 Chris Hatcher, John Raynor 2007 Steve Halford 2008 Jason Appel, Mark Carver, Daniel Hargrave, Brad Holt, Cameron Roth 2010 Robbie Monday, Hunter Ridge 2011 Thomas Pope, Hunter Ridge 2012 Tyler McSwain, Thomas Pope CoSIDA Academic All-America 1982 Paul Murr (1st Team) 1986 Calvin Garrett (2nd Team) 1987 Calvin Garrett (1st Team) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2006 Matt Poulk (2nd Team)

Colonial Scholar Athlete 1988 Jeff Kafer, Randy Hill, Mike Byers 1989 Randy Hill 1990 Tim Hooks, Curt White 1992 Mark Chamberlain, Trey Cheek World Series Champion 1991 Carl Willis (Minnesota Twins) Colonial Athletic Association Player-of-the-Week Chuck Jones, April 28, 1987 Tommie Adams, March 20, 1989 Ed Stoudenmire, April 3, 1989 Tommie Adams, April 24, 1989 E.H. Kennedy, May 1, 1989 Perry Currin, April 9, 1990 Mark Chamberlain, April 8, 1991 Mark Chamberlain, May 4, 1992 Chris McBride, May 17, 1993 Bryan Britt, March 27, 1995 Bryan Britt, April 8, 1996 Bryan Britt, April 29, 1996 Kevin Hairr, April 19, 1998 Justin Wishon, April 10, 2000 Brian Whitaker, May 14, 2001 (Pitcher) Brian Whitaker, April 14, 2002 (Pitcher) Jamie Hemingway, Feb. 27, 2003 (Player) Jake Mullis, March 5, 2003 (Pitcher) Brad Overton, March 12, 2003 (Pitcher) Matt Sutton, March 12, 2002 (Rookie) Matt Sutton, March 31, 2003 (Player) Brad Overton, March 28, 2003 (Pitcher) Matt Sutton, April 21, 2003 (Rookie) Blake Cross, Mar. 9, 2004 (Pitcher) Jonathan Batts, Mar. 23, 2004 (Player) Zach Kimball, Mar. 29, 2004 (Pitcher) Zach Kimball, Apr. 5, 2004 (Pitcher) Lee McLean, May 10, 2004 (Player) Jonathan Batts, May 10, 2004 (Rookie) Ronald Hill, May 24, 2004 (Pitcher) Zach Kimball, Feb. 15, 2005 (Pitcher) Matt Poulk, Feb. 22, 2005 (Player) Ronald Hill, Mar. 1, 2005 (Pitcher) Daniel Hragrave, Mar. 14, 2005 (Rookie) Tim Preston, Apr. 4, 2005 (Player) Chris Hatcher, Apr. 11, 2005 (Player) Jeff Moore, Apr. 11, 2005 (Pitcher) Daniel Hargrave, May 16, 2005 (Rookie) Tim Preston, May 23, 2005 (Player) Jason Appel, May 23, 2005 (Rookie) John Raynor, Feb. 22, 2006 (Player) Daniel Hargrave, Mar. 28, 2006 (Player) Chris Hatcher, May 15, 2006 (Player) Brett Braxton, Mar. 7, 2006 (Pitcher) Thomas Benton, May 15, 2006 (Pitcher) Jeff Hatcher, Mar. 12, 2007 (Pitcher) Daniel Cropper, Mar. 12, 2007 (Rookie) Seth Frankoff, Mar. 26, 2007 (Rookie) Bradley Holt, Apr. 9, 2007 (Pitcher) Daniel Cropper, Apr. 23, 2007 (Rookie) Daniel Cropper, Apr. 30, 2007 (Rookie) Jonathan Batts, May 21, 2007 (Player) Brad Holt, Mar. 4, 2008 (Pitcher) Shane French, Mar. 18, 2008 (Player) Nate Hall, Mar. 25, 2008 (Player) Cameron Roth, Mar. 25, 2008 (Rookie) Jason Appel, Mar. 31, 2008 (Player) Brad Holt, Apr. 7, 2008 (Pitcher)

Daniel Hargrave, Apr. 21, 2008 (Player) Alex Hill, Apr. 28, 2008 (Rookie) Mark Carver, May 5, 2008 (Player) Jeff Hatcher, May 12, 2008 (Pitcher) Grayson Evans, Feb. 24, 2009 (Player) Steven Davis, Mar. 10, 2009 (Rookie) Jesse Haney, Mar. 23, 2009 (Pitcher) Mike Rooney, May 18, 2009 (Player) Daniel Cropper, Mar. 2, 2010 (Pitcher) Hunter Ridge, Mar. 15, 2010 (Rookie) Michael Bass, Apr. 12, 2010 (Rookie) Tyler McSwain, May 17, 2010 (Pitcher) Daniel Cropper, Feb. 22, 2011 (Pitcher) Justin Bradley, Mar. 1, 2011 (Pitcher) Thomas Pope, Mar. 14, 2011 (Player) Matt Campbell, Mar. 28, 2011 (Player) William Prince, Apr. 11, 2011 (Rookie) Hunter Ridge, Apr. 18, 2011 (Player) Thomas Pope, Apr. 25, 2011 (Player) Thomas Pope, May 16, 2011 (Player) Daniel Cropper, May 23, 2011 (Pitcher) Mat Batts, Feb. 21, 2012 (Pitcher) Andrew Cain, Mar. 12, 2012 (Player) Tyler Molinaro, Mar. 26, 2012 (Player) Jordan Ramsey, Mar. 26, 2012 (Rookie) Jordan Ramsey, Apr. 2, 2012 (Rookie) Thomas Pope, Apr. 23, 2012 (Player) Corey Dick, Apr. 30, 2012 (Rookie) Jordan Ramsey, May 7, 2012 (Rookie) ECAC Pitcher-of-the-Week Zach Kimball, Mar. 29, 2004 Jesse Haney, Mar. 23, 2009 NCBWA Player-of-the-Week Jonathan Batts, Mar. 24, 2004 Lee McLean, May 11, 2004 Collegiate Baseball Player-of-the-Week Daniel Hargrave, Mar. 28, 2006

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professionals Name Joe Wooten Joel Gibson Ronnie Smith Roger Coon Bill Haywood David Miller Tommy Cole Steve Coley Sterling Coward Lou Howard Jim Braxton Bill Harris Sandy Dew Jim Sanders Sparky Johnson Sam Askew David McLain Barnes Yelverton David Sandlin Eddie Booth Larry File Jerry Yandrick Tom Jones Jim Montague Ronald Inman Kenny Smith Carl Willis Mike Antle Kenny King Chuck Jones Wesley Currin Tony Tillman Tommie Adams Bryant Balentine Trent Mongero Heath Altman Corey Broome Chris McBride Brian Smith Battle Holley David Miller Joey Pyrtle Matt Oakley Bryan Britt

Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1966 1966 1969 1968 1968 1970 1971 1973 1973 1976 1977 1977 1981 1981 1982 1983 1983 1984 1986 1987 1987 1989 1989 1990 1990 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996

Organization Round Cleveland Indians NA Philadelphia Phillies NA Houston Astros NA Washington Senators NA Washington Senators NA N.Y. Mets NA Washington Senators NA Pittsburgh Pirates NA San Francisco Giants NA Pittsburgh Pirates NA Cleveland Indians 11th (Jan. draft) Cleveland Indians 27th Cleveland Indians 40th Atlanta Braves 3rd (secondary) Cleveland Indians NA Washington Senators NA Washington Senators NA Chicago White Sox 1st (Jan. draft) St. Louis Cardinals 21st Independent (Calif. Co-op) NA Cleveland Indians NA Pittsburgh Pirates NA N.Y. Yankees 11th Baltimore Orioles Free Agent N.Y. Yankees 14th Pioneer League (Co-op) Free Agent Detroit Tigers 28th San Francisco Giants Free Agent Los Angeles Dodgers Free Agent Minnesota Twins 21st Atlanta Braves Free Agent Cleveland Indians 27th Atlanta Braves Free Agent Cincinnati Reds Free Agent Atlanta Braves Free Agent San Francisco Giants 5th Detroit Tigers 22nd Toronto Blue Jays 3rd Toronto Blue Jays 27th Toronto Blue Jays 41st Florida Marlins 14th N.Y. Mets 21st Detroit Tigers Free Agent St. Louis Cardinals 3rd

Name Year Organization Jason Roach 1997 N.Y. Mets Bryan Mazur 1999 Oakland Athletics Josh Bonifay 1999 Pittsburgh Pirates Daniel Marsh 2000 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Anthony Kozol 2000 Boston Red Sox Kevin Hairr 2001 Chicago Cubs Charlie Weatherby 2001 Boston Red Sox Fred Wray 2001 Atlanta Braves Brian Whitaker 2002 San Diego Padres Matt McDonnell 2002 Kansas City Royals Jake Mullis 2003 Kansas City Royals Jamie Hemingway 2003 Atlanta Braves Brad Overton 2003 Philadelphia Phillies Chris Coughlin 2003 Kansas City Royals Blake Cross 2004 Atlanta Braves Aaron Smith 2004 Chicago Cubs John Raynor * 2005 Baltimore Orioles Jeff Moore 2005 Baltimore Orioles Ronald Hill 2005 Philadelphia Phillies Tim Preston 2005 St. Louis Cardinals Chris Hatcher 2006 Florida Marlins John Raynor 2006 Florida Marlins Adam Paul 2006 San Francisco Giants Thomas Benton 2006 Cleveland Indians Matt Poulk 2006 Milwaukee Brewers Jonathan Batts * 2006 San Francisco Giants Michael Marbry 2006 Atlanta Braves Jared Sutton 2006 Milwaukee Brewers Bradley Holt 2008 N.Y. Mets Jason Appel 2008 Tampa Bay Rays Daniel Hargrave 2008 Philadelphia Phillies Mark Carver 2008 Pittsburgh Pirates Nate Hall 2008 Ottawa Rapidz (Ind.) Daniel Cropper * 2009 Washington Nationals Cody Stanley 2010 St. Louis Cardinals Stephen Harrold 2010 San Francisco Giants Seth Frankoff 2010 Oakland Athletics Cameron Roth 2010 Baltimore Orioles Mike Rooney 2010 Baltimore Orioles Andrew Cain* 2011 Milwaukee Brewers Daniel Cropper 2011 San Diego Padres Andrew Cain 2012 San Francisco Giants Tyler DeLoach 2012 Anaheim Angels * did not sign and returned to school

Round 20th 17th 25th 25th Free Agent 15th 21st 24th 25th Free Agent 15th 23rd 26th Free Agent Free Agent Free Agent 12th 17th 17th Free Agent 5th 9th 20th 31st 41st 49th Free Agent Free Agent 1st (supp) 22nd 22nd 33rd Free Agent 42nd 4th 12th 28th 29th 30th 12th Free Agent 24th 26th

Gold indicates major leaguers • Teal indicates still active Notes: Carl Willis is active as pitching coach for the Seattle Mariners and Chris Hatcher is active as a relief pitcher for the Miami Marlins.

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all-time numbers 1 Paul Livingston, 1967 Warren Hall, 1992-1993 Chuck Justice, 1994, 1996 Ken Ickes, 1995 Blaine Joyner, 1997-2000 David Ange, 2001 Jamie Hemingway, 2002-2003 Grayson Evans, 2006-2010 William Prince, 2011-12 2 Jamie Dishman, 1992-1993 Pat Smith, 1994-1995 Daniel Marsh, 1997-2000 Pat Murphy, 2001-2004 Daniel Hargrave, 2005-2008 Ben Thielsen, 2009-2010 Ryan LaGrange, 2011-12 3 Lawrence Keith, 1962 4 Robert Stephenson, 1962 Elmer Maley, 1967 John Babson, 1992-1995 Bryan Mazur, 1996 Josh Bonifay, 1997 Mike Rugienius, 1998 David Bryant, 1999 Justin Wishon, 2000-2001 Kiley Vaughn, 2002 John Raynor, 2003-2006 Jesse Haney, 2007-2010 Luis Renvil, 2011-12 5 David Miller, 1962 Charles Lewis, 1992 Dave Leonardi, 1993 Chris Holstad, 1994 Paul Haynes, 1995-1996 Brian Duffy, 1997 Quinn McLaney, 1998-2001 Tommy Holder, 2002 Matt Sutton, 2003-2004 Justin Barefoot, 2005-2008 Cameron Cockman, 20092010-2011 6 Steve Coley, 1962 Bill Gray, 1992 Tyrone Robertson, 1993 Kevin Walston, 1994-1997 Dale Berkey, 1998-1999 David Ange, 2000 Bryan Meadows, 2001-2002 Jon Davis, 2003-2005 Steve Halford, 2006-2007 Tyler Stott, 2008-09 Michael Bass, 2010-2012

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7 Ketih Barnhardt, 1992-1995 Hamer Morris, 1996 Josh Bonifay, 1997-1999 David McKenna, 2001-2002 Kenny Smith, 2003 Jonathan Batts, 2004-2007 Jason Appel, 2008 Thomas Pope, 2009-2012 8 Louis Howard, 1962

Sam Long, 1967 James Fugate, 1967 Brian Tatum, 1992 Battle Holley, 1993-1994 Jon Avent, 1995-1998 Stephen Grady, 1999-2000 Magnus Pilegard, 2001-2002 Cody Stanley, 2008-2010 Matt Campbell, 2011-12 9 Ronald Smith, 1962 Robert Dunn, 1968 Chris Nesselroade, 1992 Ren Chapman, 1993-1994 Mauney Stanley, 1996-1999 Brad Overton, 2001-2003 Tim Preston, 2004-2005 Ryan Foreman, 2007-2008 Marc Locklear, 2009 Dillon Bass, 2011-12 10 Wayne Bolick, 1962 Edward Lewis, 1967 Paul Livingston, 1968 Bobby Schupp, 1972-1975 Richard Lancaster, 1976-1977 Bill Austin, 1978 Robert Kirkpatrick, 1979-1980 Jaymie McGuire, 1981-1983 Mitch Wells, 1984 Jim Fritz, 1992 Eric Glasgow, 1993-1994 Jonathan Guthman, 2001-2002 Bradley Bradshaw, 2003-2006 Jes Snyder, 2007-2008 Hunter Ridge, 2010-2012 11 Larry Edens, 1962 James Johnson, 1967 Jack Campbell, 1968 Edward Booth, 1972 Bill Stenger, 1973 Butch Kornides, 1975 Larry Dove, 1976 Terry Greene, 1977-1978 Bill Austin, 1979 Phil Vanderbosch, 1980 Robbie Rothrock, 1981 Charles Cubbage, 1982-1983 Jeff Padgett, 1984 Joe Catalano, 1985-1986 Gary Ginn, 1988 Mark Chamberlain, 1989-1992 Marshall Cooper, 1993-1996 Bryan Mazur, 1997-1999 Matt Williard, 2000 Joe Dekker, 2001 Zach Harris, 2002 Aaron Smith, 2003-2004 Jason Appel, 2005-2007 Jordan Ramsey, 2012 12 William Haywood, 1962 Pete Daughtry, 1967 Edward Lewis, 1968 Harry Kincaid, 1972-1973 Parker Davis, 1975-1976 Larry Livingston, 1977-1979 Paul Murr, 1980-1983 Calvin Garrett, 1984-1986 Mike Ferrell, 1988-1990 Mace Watts, 1991

Brian Baucom, 1992-1993 Tyrone Robertson, 1994-1997 Jesse DeMaria-Kinney, 1998-1999 Jake Mullis, 2001-2003 Chris Hatcher, 2004-2006 Ryan Doolittle, 2007 Alex Hill, 2008-2011 Tyler Molinaro, 2012 13 Perry Burchett, 1962 Sal D’Esposito, 1992-1993 Derek Williams, 1994-1997 Kevin Hairr, 1998-2001 Pete Grimm, 2002 Robert White, 2003-2004 Brent Gainey, 2005 Marc Locklear, 2006-2008 Ryan Foreman, 2009 Blaze Tart, 2010-12 14 Kenneth McDowell, 1962 Ed Nobles, 1967 John Hester, 1968 Dave Sandlin, 1972-1973 Mike Good, 1975-1977 Danny Houston, 1978-1980 Richard Lawing, 1981 Donnie Walker, 1982 Pete Hartness, 1983 Robert Mazur, 1984 Scott Brady, 1985-1988 John Schultz, 1989 Kevin Hooker, 1990-1993 Jason Ramsey, 1994-1996 Mark Lewis, 1998 David McKenna, 1999-2000 Matt Carter, 2000-2003 Zach Kimball, 2004-2005 Matt Holt, 2006-2010 Sean Buchanan, 2011-12 15 Tommy Foy, 1967 Harold Flinchum, 1968 Mike Wheeler, 1972 Randy Prosser, 1973-1976 Bobby Hollins, 1975 John Tallent, 1978-1980 Mark Bray, 1982-1983 Chuck Jones, 1984,1986 Scott Rolf, 1985 Al Frank Catucci, 1988-1989 Mike Siopes, 1990-1991 Jason Wilkes, 1992,1996 Kevin Robinson, 1993-1994 Anthony Kozul, 1997-2000 Matt Poulk, 2002 Lee McLean, 2003-2006 Andy Stratton, 2007 Dakota Piver, 2009-2011 16 Clyde Holley, 1979-1982 Tommy Griffi n, 1983-1986 Todd Penley, 1988-1990 Brian Baucom, 1991 Eric Oglesby, 1992 Jeremy Medlin, 1993 Dixon Putnam, 1994 Jason Wilkes, 1995 Benji McIntosh, 1996-1999 Chris Lee, 2000 Chip Grawey, 2002-2004 Allen Flood, 2005-2009

Steven Davis, 2009-2012 17 Michael Freeman, 1984 Eric Hall, 1985-1986 Tim Hooks, 1988-1990 Reese Murdaugh, 1991 Keith Pettus, 1992-1993 Jason Borbeau, 1994 Bryan Trogdon, 1996 Mike Foucht, 1997-2000 Gus Rantz, 2001 18 Howie Edgerton, 1972-1975 Ray Toler, 1976-1977 Jim McLean, 1978 Len McBride, 1979-1980 Johnny Slaughter, 1981 Bobby D. Reynolds, 1983-1984 E.H. Kennedy, 1988 Heath Altman, 1992-1993 Jeff Howard, 1994-1995 Anthony Kozol, 1996 Bryan Trogdon, 1997-1999 Jamie Hemingway, 2000-2001 Eric Mitchell, 2002 Neal Eichhorn, 2003-2004 Jared Sutton, 2005-2006 Cameron Roth, 2008-2010 Jake Koenig, 2011-12 19 Mike Antle, 1983 Steve Tomancheck, 1984-1985 Darren McCain, 1992 Grant Batts, 1993 Chris Luther, 1994 Derek Heasley, 1995-1996 Cam Heustess, 1997 Jake Simmons, 1999 Russ Simmerman, 2000-2003 Andrew Morgan, 2004-2007 Stephen Harrold, 2008-2010 Kelly Secrest, 2011-12 20 Dwayne Brown, 1980 Mike Antle, 1981 Roger Jernigan, 1983 Keith Pearce, 1984 Kevin Davidson, 1985-1986 Desi Williams, 1988-1989 Heath Altman, 1990-1991 David Miller, 1995 Lee Grant, 1996-1999 Chip Grawey, 2000 Chris Lee, 2001 Will Hunt, 2003-2006 Michael Rooney, 200-2010 Josh Abshire, 2011-12 21 Sterling Coward, 1962 Al Morris, 1980-1981 Ken Jones, 1983-1984 Eric Hickman, 1985-1988 Trent Mongero, 1989-1990 Sal D-Esposito, 1991 Chris Holstad, 1992-1993 Jason Wilkes, 1994 James Yopp, 1995 Lee Stone, 1996 Brock Keene, 1997 Chris Coughlin, 1999-2000 Brian Whitaker, 2001-2002

Matt Poulk, 2003-2006 Nate Hall, 2007-2008 Aaron Jones, 2009 Tom Timoney, 2010-12 22 John Hester, 1967 Johnny Slaughter, 1982-1984 Tim Langmeyer, 1985-1988 Perry Currin, 1989-1992 Brian Tatum, 1993-1994 Jason Dean, 1996-1997,1999 Matt Wright, 2000-2003 Kenny Smith, 2004-2006 Daniel Cropper, 2007-2011 Ryan Mayhew, 2012 23 Bill Stenger, 1975 Randy Bernhardt, 1976 Mark Scalf, 1977-1980 Gary Hall, 1981 Chris McBride, 1992-1994 Jason Roach, 1995-1997* Tim Dunn, 1998 Michael Armstrong, 1999-2000 Chris Coughlin, 2002-2003 Jeff Hatcher, 2005-2008 Ryan Walker, 2009-2010 Travis Bradley, 2011-12 24 Paul Stevens, 1976-1977 Russell Tyler, 1978 Ricky Watkins, 1980 Roger Hudson, 1981-1984 Reggie Redd, 1985-1986 Mike Byers, 1988 Vince Campbell, 1989 Joe Catalano, 1990 Grant Batts, 1991 David McDowell, 1992 Chris Moag, 1993 Bryan Britt, 1994-1996 Scott West, 1998 David McPherson, 1999-2001 Jason Schlinder, 2002-2003 Allen Flood, 2004 Kevin Hodges, 2005-2007 Justin Bradley, 2008-2011 Luke Dunlap, 2012 25 Greg Carroll, 1975 Rick Watkins, 1977-1978 Bobby Reynolds, 1985-1986 Jeff Kafer, 1988 Jon Wood, 1990-1992 Joey Pyrtle, 1993-1995 Tim Brown, 1996-1997 Greg Troutman, 1998-1999 Patrick Massey, 2000-2001 Ronald Hill, 2002-2005 Bradley Holt, 2006-2008 Thomas Jones, 2009-2012 26 Wayne Rabon, 1975 Cecil Davis, 1976-1977 Butch Kornides, 1978 Jeff Cole, 1979-1980 Don Stevenson, 1981-1983 Kent Joyce, 1984 Kendall Buckner, 1985 Darren Huffman, 1990 Chris Holstad, 1991

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Grant Batts, 1992 Charles Lewis, 1993-1994 Matt Oakley, 1995 Brian Lewis, 1996-1997 Jeff Roma, 1999 Kevin Millard, 2000 Fred Wray, 2001 Brian Brewer, 2002 Michael Marbry, 2003-2006 Rhett Miller, 2007-2010 Zak Kornblum, 2011 Justin Livengood, 2012 27 Herbie Dawkins, 1979 Gary Chadwick, 1980 Keith Rickard, 1981 Bobby Bryant, 1982-1985 Eric Wilkins, 1988 John Schultz, 1990 Jared Gray, 1991 Trey Cheek, 1992-1994 Terry Williams, 1995-1998 Kenny Wilson, 1999 Charlie Weatherby, 2000-2001 Jeff Moore, 2002-2005 Brett Braxton, 2006-2008 Tyler McSwain, 2009-2012 28 John Milkovits, 1979-1981 Paul Williams, 1982-1984 Keith Moore, 1985-1986 Bryant Balentine, 1988-1990 Dan Herring, 1991 Brian Smith, 1992-1994* Brock Keene, 1995 Jack Temple, 1997-1999 Blake Cross, 2002-2004 Chris Johnson, 2005-2008 Austin Sandy, 2009 Will Edgerton, 2010 Mat Batts, 2012 29 Paul Fulton, 1972-1975 Wayne Rabon, 1976 Ross Cook, 1977 Roger Sutton, 1978-1979 Bill Austin, 1980 Tommy Phillips, 1981-1983 Kevin Davidson, 1984 Jay Stott, 1985-1986 Ed Stoudenmire, 1988-1991 Jeff Rogers, 1992-1995 Brandon Hall, 1996-1998 Mark Carver, 2004-2008 Allen King, 2009 Tyler DeLoach, 2010-12 30 Jerry Martin, 1967-1968 Carroll Bickers, 1972-1973 Van Lewis, 1975-1977 Ronnie Peoples, 1978-1979 Richard Foy, 1980-1981 Morris Marshburn, 1982-1983 Mitch Wells, 1985-1986 Howard Perch, 1988-1989 Corey Broome, 1990-1993 Tate Joyner, 1994-1997 Jack Simmons, 1998 Brad Denson, 2001-2004 Blake Hundley, 2005-2006 Bryan Booth, 2007-2010 Ricky Holden, 2011-12


all-time numbers 31 Doyle Whitfi eld, 1967 Peter Eyer, 1968 Barney lewis, 1970 Eric Higgins, 1972-1973 Steve Ganoe, 1975 Jim McLean, 1976-1977 Ed Finch, 1978 Tim Whitehead, 1979-1982 Gary Hall, 1983-1984 Van Baber, 1986 Derek Heasley, 1993-1994 Greg Carlson, 1997 Kevin Hager, 1998-1999 Brian Woods, 2000 Thomas Benton, 2003-2006 Brandon Padgett, 2007 Tyler Smith, 2008-2011 Justin Manning, 2012 32 Sandy Dew, 1967-1968 Howard Wilshire, 1970-1971 Charlie Maultsby, 1972 Robert Ivey, 1973-1976 Butch Kornides, 1977 Richard Lancaster, 1978-1979 Sammy Hill, 1980 Tommy Townsend, 1981-1982 Paul Harris, 1983 Anthony Trent, 1984 Gary Nail, 1986 Jerome Hunt, 1990 Chris Luther, 1995-1997 Eric Johnson, 1998-2001 David Lipson, 2002 Adam Paul, 2003-2006 Bobby Leeper, 2007-2009 Ryan Leach, 2011-12 33 Sam Askew, 1967-1968 Kenny Meadows, 1970 Bill Hutchinson, 1972-1973 Ken Carter, 1975-1976 Dan Tricarico, 1977-1979 Ted Pope, 1980 Mike Rigsbee, 1981,1983 Chuck Spencer, 1982 Wesley Currin, 1984-1986

John High, 1988 Mark Bass, 1989-1990 Keith Barnhardt, 1991-1992 Ken Ickes, 1996-1998 Matt McDonnell, 1999-2002 Mitch Williams, 2003-2004 Shane Fench, 2005-2008 Robbie Monday, 2009-2010 Drew Farber, 2011-12

Thurston Watkins, 1976-1977 Bubba Baldwin, 1978-1979 Kenny Smith, 1980-1983 Scott Rold, 1984 Michael Byers, 1985-1986 Randy Hill, 1988-1989 Greg Moss, 1990-1991 Larry Salefsky, 2006-2008 Andrew Cain, 2009-2012

34 Eugene Russ, 1967-1968 Kurt Newber, 1970 Billy Smith, 1972-1973 Mike Robbins, 1975-1977 Ron Broadwell, 1978 Richard Warren, 1979 Tom Jones, 1980-1981 Mike Melville, 1982-1984 Scott Altman, 1985-1986 Chris Watson, 1988 Brian Eichorn, 1989 Matt Swingle, 1990 Robert Brown, 1991 Zach Booker, 2004-2006 Seth Frankoff, 2007-2010 Christian MacDonald, 2011-12

37 Weldon Johnson, 1967-1968 Alan Smith, 1972 David Clemmons, 1973 Ricky Jones, 1975 Richard King, 1976-1979 Richard Lawing, 1980 Jeff Newsome, 1981-1982 Charles Canady, 1983 Keith Moore, 1984 Chuck Jones, 1985 Jerome Hunt, 1988-1989 Cody Dickens, 2006-2007

35 James Hall, 1967-1968 John Hester, 1969 Al Burnette, 1972 Tom Davis, 1973 Phil Lambert, 1975-1978 Rusty Wagstaff, 1979-1980 Buck Barber, 1981 Kevin Smith, 1982 Benny Harris, 1983-1984 Mike Meadows, 1986 Brian Stewart, 1988 Elbert Kennedy, 1989 Curtis White, 1990 Josh Sutton, 2004-2005 Kyle Lewis, 2006, 2008 Jack Lane, 2009, 2011-12 36 Dan Whisnant, 1967-1968 Scott Bradshaw, 1972 Alan Phillips, 1975

38 Bob Vaughn, 1967 James Harris, 1968 Robert Pittman, 1972-1975 Alan Phillips, 1976 Bill Rhodes, 1977-1979 Johnny Conner, 1980-1981 Buddy Walters, 1982-1984 Tom Heitler, 1985-1986 Mark Bass, 1988 Tom Heitler, 1989 Dan Herring, 1990 John Babson, 1991 Jonathan Cantrell, 2006-2007 Brian Rhino, 2009-2010 Micah Jarrett, 2012 39 Victory Johnson, 1967 James Atkins, 1968 Greg Dalton, 1971-1973 Larry File, 1975-1976 Jim Montague, 1977-1980 Kelly O’Donnell, 1981-1982 Byron Sasser, 1983 Scott Whitley, 1984

Michael Freeman, 1985-1986 Keith Jarman, 1988-1991 Dylan Kipp, 2009 Andrew Harnage, 2010-11 Matt Keeler, 2012

Mike Williams, 1977-1980 Doug Weatherspoon, 1981 Jeff Clark, 1982-1985 Randy Fennell, 1986-1989 Keith Pettus, 1991

40 Mike Brannan, 1967 James Johnson, 1968 Hank Harris, 1972 Swain Smith, 1973-1976 Ed Finch, 1977 Cecil Davis, 1978-1979 Tommy Phillips, 1980 Scott Absner, 1981 Benny Skinner, 1982-1983 Tommy Daniel, 1984 Gary Hall, 1985 Mark Maultsby, 1986 Tommie Adams, 1988-1989 Brack Hardee, 1990-1991 David Shambley, 2008-2011 Corey Dick, 2012

44 Jim Sanders, 1967-1968 Barnes Yelverton, 1972 Duke Sanderson, 1973 Mike Hunter, 1975-1978 Ron Inman, 1979-1982 Curtis Hopper, 1983-1986 Rodney Sellers, 1988 Brian Smith, 1991 *

41 Charles P. Cuppett, 1967-1968 Bill Warmack, 1972-1973 Jerry Yandrick, 1975-1976 David Pope, 1977-1980 Kermit Molleur, 1981 David Price, 1982 Stewart Tosto, 1984 Dwayne Graham, 1985-1986 David Morrison, 1988-1991 42 Terry Boswell, 1967 Pete Daughtry, 1968 Bruce Cavenaugh, 1972-1973 Randy Ourt, 1975-1977 Jim Gourley, 1978-1979 Carl Willis, 1980-1983 * Kenny King, 1984-1986 Tony Tillman, 1988-1989 Ricky Scarborough, 1990-1991 43 Wayne Johnson, 1967-1968 Bob Becher, 1972-1973 Andy Tysinger, 1975

45 John Benson, 1984 50 Jerry Martin, 1969-1970 51 Pete Eyer, 1969 Eric Higgins, 1970-1971 52 Sandy Dew, 1969 Charlie Maultsby, 1970-1971 53 Sam Askew, 1969-1970 54 Ed Atkins, 1969-1971

59 Barnes Yelverton, 1969-1971 60 James Hall, 1969 David Sandlin, 1970-1971 62 James Fugate, 1969 James Johnson, 1970 Bruce Cavenaugh, 1971 63 Ed Booth, 1969-1971 64 Jesse Smith, 1969 65 Robert Dunn, 1969 Larry Wilkerson, 1970 66 Pete Daughtry, 1969 Clarence Ferguson, 1970 67 Charles Cuppett, 1969-1970 68 James Atkins, 1969-1970 69 Wayne Johnson, 1969 Mike Wheeler, 1970-1971

55 Eugene Russ, 1969-1970 Doug Donnald, 1972 56 Paul Livingston, 1969-1970 57 Barrett Payne, 1969-1970 58 James Harris, 1969 David McGuire, 1970-1971

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all-time letterwinners A Josh Abshire, 2011-12 Scott Absber, 1981 Richard Adams, 1971 Tommie Adams, 1988-89 Earl Allen, 1958 Heath Altman, 1990-91-92-93 Scott Altman, 1985-86 Richard Ammons, 1960 David Ange, 2000-01 Mike Antle, 1981-83 Jason Appel, 2005-06-07-08 Mike Armstrong, 2000-01 Sam Askew, 1967-68-69-70 Ed Atkins, 1969-70-71 James Atkins, 1968-69-70 Bill Austin, 1978-79-80 John Avent, 1995-96-97-98

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B Vann Baber, 1986-87 John Babson, 1991-92-94-95 Craig Bailey, 1987 Bubba Baldwin, 1978-79 Bryant Balentine, 1988-89-90 Buck Barber, 1981 Justin Barefoot, 2005-06-07-08 Keith Barnhardt, 1992-93-94-95 Dillon Bass, 2011-12 Mark Bass, 1987-88-89-90 Michael Bass, 2010-11-12 Grant Batts, 1991-92-93 Jonathan Batts, 2004-05-06-07 Mat Batts, 2012 Brian Baucom, 1991-92-93 Bob Becher, 1972-73 Nathan Bedford, 1959-60 Dale Bennett, 1964 John Benson, 1984 Thomas Benton, 2003-04-05-06 Dale Berkey, 1998-99 Randy Bernhardt, 1976 Carroll Bickers, 1971-72-73-74 Wayne Bollick, 1962 Josh Bonifay, 1997-99 Jackie Booker, 1965 Zach Booker, 2004-05-06 Bryan Booth, 2007-08-09-10 Ed Booth, 1969-70-71-72 Terry Boswell, 1967 Jason Bourbeau, 1994 Justin Bradley, 2008-09-10-11 Travis Bradley, 2011-12 Bradley Bradshaw, 2004-05-06 Scott Bradshaw, 1972 Scott Brady, 1985-86-87-88 Mike Brannan, 1967 Mark Bray, 1982-83 Tim Bray, 1966 Brett Braxton, 2006-08 Jim Braxton, 1963-64-65-66 Brian Brewer, 2002 Bryan Britt, 1994-95-96 Ron Broadwell, 1978 Benny Broome, 1961 Corey Broome, 1990-91-92-93 Dwayne Brown, 1980 Tim Brown, 1996-97 Robert Brown, 1991 Bill Brunjes, 1960 Bobby Bryant, 1982-83-84-85 David Bryant, 1999 Sean Buchanon, 2011-12 Kendall Buckner, 1985 Perry Burchette, 1961-62 Al Burnette, 1972

Michael Byers, 1985-86-87-88 C Andrew Cain, 2009-10-11-12 Jack Campbell, 1968 Matt Campbell, 2011-12 Charles Canady, 1983 Jon Cantrell, 2006-07 Greg Carlson, 1996-97 Ed Carroll, 1957-58-59 Greg Caroll, 1974-75 Ken Carter, 1975-76 Matt Carter, 2000-01-02-03 Mark Carver, 2005-06-07-08 Joe Catalano, 1990 John Catalano, 1985-86-87 Al Frank Catucci, 1988-89 Barry Cauble, 1957-58-59 Bruce Cavenaugh, 1970-71-72-73 Gary Chadwick, 1980 Mark Chamberlain, 1989-90-91-92 Ren Chapman, 1993-94 Trey Cheek, 1992-93-94 Tom Choiniere, 1995 Jeff Clark, 1982-83-84-85 David Clemmons, 1973-74 Tommy Cobb, 1960 Cameron Cockman, 2009-10-11 Jeff Cole, 1979-80 Tom Cole, 1963-64 Steve Coley, 1962-63-64-65 Bobby Conner, 1959-60 Johnny Conner, 1980-81 Ross Cook, 1977 Roger Coon, 1959-60 Marshall Cooper, 1993-94-95-96 Chris Coughlin, 1999-00-02-03 Parris Croom, 1963 Daniel Cropper, 2007-09-10-11 Blake Cross, 2001-02-03-04 Sterling Coward, 1962-63 Harold Criddle, 1963 Chris Cubbage, 1982-83 Charles P. Cuppett, 1967-68-69-70 Perry Currin, 1989-90-91-92 Wesley Currin, 1984-85-86-87 Billy Cyphers, 1959 D Greg Dalton, 1971-72-73-74 Tommy Daniel, 1984 Pete Daughtry, 1966-67-68-69 Kevin Davidson, 1984-85-86-87 Cecil Davis, 1976-77-78-79 Jon Davis, 2003-04 Parker Davis, 1975-76 Steven Davis, 2009-10-11-12 Tom Davis, 1973-74 Herb Dawkins, 1978-79 Jason Dean, 1996-97-98-99 Sal D’Esposito, 1991-93 Billy DeBruhl, 1957-58-59 Joe Dekker, 2001 Tyler DeLoach, 2010-11-12 Jesse DeMaria-Kinney, 1998-99 Brad Denson, 2001-02-03-04 Sandy Dew, 1966-67-68-69 Corey Dick, 2012 Cody Dickens, 2006-07 Jamie Dishman, 1992 Doug Donnald, 1972 Ryan Doolittle, 2007 Larry Dove, 1976 Luke Dunlap, 2012 Robert Dunn, 1968-69 Tim Dunn, 1998

Happy Durham, 1964 Ronald Durham, 1960-61 E Neal Easom, 1957-58 Larry Edens, 1960-61-62 Howie Edgerton, 1972-73-74-75 Will Edgerton, 2010 Brian Eichhorn, 1989 Neal Eichhorn, 2003-04 Bill Elliott, 1957-58 Grayson Evans, 2006-07-09-10 Peter Eyer, 1968-69 f Bruce Failing, 1971 Drew Farber, 2011-12 Mike Farris, 1971 Randy Fennell, 1986-87-88-89 Clarence Ferguson, 1970 Mike Ferrell, 1988-89-90 Larry File, 1975-76 Ed Finch, 1977-78 Harold Flinchum, 1968 Allen Flood, 2005-06-07-08 Scott Floyd, 1987 Ryan Foreman, 2007-08-09 Mike Foucht, 1997-98-99-00 Richard Foy, 1980-81 Tommy Foy, 1965-67 Ray Fraley, 1965 Seth Frankoff, 2007-08-09-10 Michael Freeman, 1984-85-86-87 Shane French, 2005-06-07-08 Jim Fritz, 1992 James Fugate, 1968-69 Paul Fulton, 1972-73-74-75 G Steve Ganoe, 1974-75 Calvin Garrett, 1984-85-86-87 Joel Gibson, 1957-58-59 Gary Ginn, 1988-89 Eric Glasgow, 1993-94 Mike Good, 1974-75-76-77 David Goold, 1961 John Gourley, 1978-79 Stephen Grady, 1999-00 Dwayne Graham, 1985-86-87 Lee Grant, 1996-97-98-99 Chip Grawey, 2000-02-03-04 Billy Gray, 1992 Jared Gray, 1991 Terry Greene, 1977-78 Tommy Griffi n, 1983-84-85-86 Peter Grimm, 2002 Rudy Groomes, 1957-58-59 Jonathan Guthman, 2001-02 H Kevin Hager, 1998-99 Kevin Hairr, 1998-99-00-01 Steve Halford, 2006-07 Brandon Hall, 1996-97 Buddy Hall, 1963 Eric Hall, 1985-86 Gary Hall, 1981-83-84-85 James Hall, 1966-67-68-69 Nate Hall, 2007-08 Tommy Hall, 1964 Warren Hall, 1992-93 Jesse Haney, 2007-08-09-10 Brack Hardee, 1990-91 Daniel Hargrave, 2005-06-07-08 Andrew Harnage, 2010-11 Benny Harris, 1983-84

Bill Harris, 1963-64-66 Hank Harris, 1971-72 James Harris, 1968-69 Paul Harris, 1983 Zach Harris, 2002 Stephen Harrold, 2008-09-10 Pete Hartness, 1983 Chris Hatcher, 2004-05-06 Jeff Hatcher, 2005-06-07-08 Paul Haynes, 1995-96 William Haywood, 1961-62 Derek Heasley, 1994-95-96 Tom Heath, 1957-58-59 Tom Heitler, 1985-86-87-89 Jaime Hemingway, 2000-01-02-03 Dan Herring, 1990-91 Jim Herring, 1960 John Hester, 1967-68-69 Cam Heustess, 1997 Eric Hickman, 1985-86-87-88 Eric Higgins, 1970-71-72-73 John High, 1987-88 Alex Hill, 2008-09-10-11 Randy Hill, 1987-88-89 Ronald Hill, 2002-03-04-05 Sammy Hill, 1980 Tom Hines, 1961 Kevin Hodges, 2006-07 Ricky Holden, 2011-12 Tommy Holder, 2002 Battle Holley, 1993-94 Clyde Holley, 1979-80-81-82 Bobby Hollins, 1977 Chris Holstad, 1991-92-93-94 Bradley Holt, 2006-07-08 Matt Holt, 2007-08-09-10 Don Honeycutt, 1960 Larry Honeycutt, 1963-64-65 Kevin Hooker, 1990-91-92-93 Jerry Hooks, 1963 Tim Hooks, 1987-88-89-90 Curtis Hopper, 1983-84-85-86 Danny Houston, 1978-79-80 Jeff Howard, 1994-95 Louis Howard, 1961-62 Rusty Howard, 1987 Ronnie Hoyland, 1963 Roger Hudson, 1981-82-83-84 Blake Hundley, 2005-06 Whitey Hunsucker, 1963-64 Jerome Hunt, 1987-88-89-90 Will Hunt, 2003-04-05-06 Mike Hunter, 1975-76-77-78 Todd Hurst, 1987 Bill Hutchinson, 1972-73 I Ken Ickes, 1995-96-97-98 Ron Imman, 1979-80-81-82 Robert Ivey, 1974-75-76 J Keith Jarman, 1988-89-90-91 Micah Jarrett, 2012 Roger Jernigan, 1983 Chris Johnson, 2006-07-08 Eric Johnson, 1998-99-00-01 Gary Johnson, 1987 James Johnson, 1967-68-69-70 Victor Johnson, 1964-65-66-67 Wayne Johnson, 1966-67-68-69 Weldon Johnson, 1967-68 Aaron Jones, 2009 Chuck Jones, 1984-85-86-87 Ken Jones, 1983-84 Rickey Jones, 1974-75

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Thomas Jones, 2009-10, 12 Tom Jones, 1980-81 Kent Joyce, 1984 Blayne Joyner, 1997-98-99-00 Tate Joyner, 1994-95-96-97 Chuck Justice, 1994-96 k Jeff Kafer, 1987-88 George Kalamaras, 1964 Matt Keeler, 2012 Brock Keene, 1995-1997-98 Lawrence Keith, 1961-62 Doug Kennedy, 1965 E. H. Kennedy, 1988-89 Zach Kimball, 2004-05 Harry Kincaid, 1972-73 Allen King, 2009 Kenny King, 1984-85-86 Richard King, 1976-77-78-79 Dylan Kipp, 2009 Robert Kirkpatrick, 1979-80 Eddie Kitchen, 1987 Jake Koenig, 2011-12 Zak Kornblum, 2011 Butch Kornides, 1974 Anthony Kozol, 1996-97-98-00 L Ryan LaGrange, 2011-12 Phil Lambert, 1975-76-77-78 Carl Lancaster, 1974 Richard Lancaster, 1976-77-78-79 Jack Lane, 2009-11-12 Tim Langmeyer, 1985-86-87-88 Richard Lawing, 1980-81 Ryan Leach, 2011-12 Chris Lee, 2000-01 Bobby Leeper, 2007-08-09 Ed Lemon, 1963-64-65-66 Barney Lewis, 1970 Brian Lewis, 1996-97 Chuck Lewis, 1965-66 Charles Lewis, 1993-94 Edward Lewis, 1965-66-67-68 Kyle Lewis, 2006-08 Mark Lewis, 1998 Van Lewis, 1975-76-77 Justin Livengood, 2012 Wesley Livengood, 1960 Larry Livingston, 1977-78-79 Paul Livingston, 1967-68-69-70 Marc Locklear, 2007-08-09 Sam Long, 1967 Dave Lowery, 1965 Chris Luther, 1994-95-96-97 m Christian MacDonald, 2011-12 Elmer Maley, 1965-66-67 Justin Manning, 2012 Michael Marbry, 2003-04-05-06 Daniel Marsh, 1997-98-99-00 Morris Marshburn, 1982-83 Jerry Martin, 1967-68-69-70 Patrick Massey, 1999-00-01 Charlie Maultsby, 1970-71-72 Mark Maultsby, 1986-87 Bryan Mazur, 1996-97-98-99 Robert Mazur, 1984 Jim Mayew, 1998 Ryan Mayhew, 2012 Chris McBride, 1992-93-94 Len McBride, 1979-80 Darren McCain, 1992 David McClain, 1971


all-time letterwinners Butch McDaniel, 1971 Matt McDonnell, 1999-00-01-02 David McDowell, 1992 Kenneth McDowell, 1962 David McGuire, 1970-71 Jaymie McGuire, 1981-82-83 Benji McIntosh, 1996-97-98-99 David McKenna, 1999-00-01-02 Quinn McLaney, 1998-99-00-01 Mac McLean, 1976-77-78 Lee McLean, 2003-04-05-06 David McPherson, 1999-00-01 Tyler McSwain, 2009-10-11-12 Bryan Meadows, 2001-02 Kenny Meadows, 1970 Mike Meadows, 1986-87 Mike Melville, 1982-83-84 John Milkovits, 1978-79-80-81 Kevin Millard, 2000 David Miller, 1961-62 David Miller, 1995 Kenny Miller, 1964-65-66 Rhett Miller, 2007-08-09-10 Glen Mills, 1963-64-65-66 Eric Mitchell, 2002 Tyler Molinaro, 2012 Kermit Molleur, 1981 Robbie Monday, 2009-10 Trent Mongero, 1989-90 Jim Montague, 1977-78-79-80 Andrew Morgan, 2004-05-06-07 Jeff Moore, 2002-03-04-05 Keith Moore, 1985-86-87 Larry Moore, 1957-58 Cameron Morgan, 1959-60 Al Morris, 1980-81 Hamer Morris, 1996 David Morrison, 1988-89-90-91 Greg Moss, 1990-91 Jake Mullis, 2000-01-02-03 Reese Murdaugh, 1991 Patrick Murphy, 2001-02-03-04 Paul Murr, 1980-81-82-83 N Gary Nail, 1986 Chris Nesselroade, 1992 Kurt Newber, 1970 Jeff Newsome, 1981-82 Ed Nobles, 1967 O Matt Oakley, 1995 Kelly O’Donnell, 1981-82 Harry Odham, 1957-58 Eric Oglesby, 1992 Randy Ourt, 1974-75-76-77 Brad Overton, 2000-01-02-03 P Jeff Padgett, 1984 Sam Page, 1963-64-65 James Parmenter, 1966 Matt Parnell, 2000 Adam Paul, 2003-04-05-06 Barrett Payne, 1969-70-71 Keith Pearce, 1984 Todd Penley, 1987-88-89-90 Ronnie Peoples, 1978-79 Howard Perch, 1987-88-89 Keith Pettus, 1991-92-93-95 Alan Phillips, 1975-76 Tommy Phillips, 1980-81-82-83 Magnus Pilegard, 2001-02 Jerome Pittman, 1957-58 Robert Pittman, 1972-73-74-75

Dakota Piver, 2010-11 David Pope, 1977-78-79-80 Thomas Pope, 2009-10-11-12 Matt Poulk, 2002-03-04-05-06 Randy Presser, 1973-74-75-76 Tim Preston, 2004-05 David Price, 1982 William Prince, 2011-12 Dixon Putnam, 1994 Joey Pyrtle, 1993-94-95 R Wayne Rabon, 1975-76 Gus Rantz, 2001 Chris Ramos, 1974 Jason Ramsey, 1994-95-96 Jordan Ramsey, 2012 John Raynor, 2003-04-05-06 Reggie Redd, 1985-86 Luis Renvil, 2011-12 Bobby D. Reynolds, 1983-84-85-86 Bryan Rhino, 2009-10-11 Bill Rhodes, 1977-78-79 Jerry Richardson, 1959-60 Keith Rickard, 1981 Hunter Ridge, 2010-11-12 Mike Rigsbee, 1981-83 Guy Rimmer, 1987 Jason Roach, 1995-96-97 Tyrone Robertson, 1994-95-96-97 Mike Robbins, 1974-75-76-77 Harold Robinson, 1959-60 Kevin Robinson, 1993-94 Jeff Rogers, 1992-93-94-95 Scott Rolf, 1984-85 Michael Rooney, 2007-08-09-10 Cameron Roth, 2008-09-10 Robbie Rothrock, 1981 Mike Rugienius, 1997-98 Eugene Russ, 1967-68-69-70 S Lary Salefsky, 2006-07-08 Jim Sanders, 1967-68 Duke Sanderson, 1973-74 David Sandlin, 1970-71-72-73 Austin Sandy, 2009 Byron Sasser, 1983 Mark Scalf, 1977-78-79-80 Ricky Scarborough, 1990-91 Jason Schindler, 2002-03 John Schultz, 1989-90 Bobby Schupp, 1972-73-74-75 Kelly Secrest, 2011-12 Rodney Sellers, 1988 David Shambley, 2008-09-10-11 Bob Shipp, 1963-64 Joe Sholar, 1974 Jake Simmons, 1998-99 Russ Simmerman, 2000-01-02-03 Mike Siopes, 1990-91 Berry Skinner, 1982-83 Johnny Slaughter, 1981-82-83-84 Aaron Smith, 2003-04 Alan Smith, 1972 Billy Smith, 1972-73 Brian Smith, 1991-92-93-94 Jackie Smith, 1963 Jesse Smith, 1969 Kenny Smith, 1980-81-82-83 Kenny Smith, 2003-04-05-06 Kevin Smith, 1982 L.D. Smith, 1964 Pat Smith, 1994-95 Ronald Smith, 1961-62 Swain Smith, 1973-74-75-76

Tyler Smith, 2009-10-11 Byron Smoot, 1987 Jes Snyder, 2007-08 Chuck Spencer, 1982 Cody Stanley, 2008-09-10 Mauney Stanley, 1997-98-99 Bill Stenger, 1973-74-75 Robert Stephenson, 1962 Paul Stevens, 1976-77 Don Stevenson, 1981-82-83 Brain Stewart, 1987-88 Jay Stott, 1985-86-87 Tyler Stott, 2008-09 Ed Stoudenmire, 1988-89-90-91 Richard Sugg, 1971 Billy Sullivan, 1959 Byron Susser, 1983 Jared Sutton, 2005-06 Josh Sutton, 2005 Matt Sutton, 2003-04 Roger Sutton, 1978-79 Matt Swingle, 1990

Tim Whitehead, 1979-80-81-82 Scott Whitley, 1984 Larry Wilkerson, 1970 Jason Wilkes, 1992-95-96 Eric Wilkins, 1987-88 Matt Willard, 2000 Derek Williams, 1994-95-96-97 Desi Williams, 1988-89 Mike Williams, 1977-78-79-80 Mitch Williams, 2003-04 Paul Williams, 1982-83-84 Terry Williams, 1995-96-97-98 Carl Willis, 1980-81-82-83 Kenny Wilson, 1999 Justin Wishon, 2000-01 Jon Wood, 1989-90-91-92 Percy Wood, 1963-64-65-66 Brian Woods, 2000 Joe Wooten, 1957-58 Howard Wilshire, 1970-71 Fred Wray, 2001 Matt Wright, 2000-01-02-03

T John Tallent, 1978-79-80 Blaze Tart, 2010-11-12 Bob Tate, 1961 Brian Tatum, 1993-94 Wayne Taylor, 1961 Jack Temple, 1997-98-99-00 Ben Thielsen, 2009-10 Buddy Tilden, 1959-60 Tony Tillman, 1987-88-89 Tom Timoney, 2010-11-12 Ray Toler, 1976-77 Steve Tomanchek, 1984-85 Stewart Tosto, 1984 Tommy Tounsend, 1981-82 Anthony Trent, 1984 Bryan Trogdon, 1996-97-98-99 Greg Troutman, 1998-99 Dan Tricarico, 1977-78-79 Russell Tyler, 1978 Andy Tysinger, 1974-75

Y Jerry Yandrick, 1975-76 Barnes Yelverton, 1969-70-71-72 James Yopp, 1995 Thomas Younts, 1957

V Phil Vanderbosch, 1980 Kiley Vaughn, 2002 Bob Vaughan, 1966-67 W Rusty Wagstaff, 1978-79-80 Blair Walker, 1961 Donnie Walker, 1982 Ryan Walker, 2009-10 Kevin Walston, 1994-95-96-97 Buddy Walters, 1982-83-84 Wray Ware, 1963-64-65-66 Bill Warmack, 1971-72-73-74 Richard Warren, 1979 Rick Watkins, 1977-78-79 Thurston Watkins, 1974-77 Chris Watson, 1987-88 Butch Watts, 1963-64 Mace Watts, 1991 Charlie Weatherby, 2000-01 Doug Weatherspoon, 1981 Mitch Wells, 1984-85-86-87 Stacy Wells, 1957-58 Scott West, 1998 Mike Wheeler, 1970-71-72 Dan Whisnant, 1966-67-68 Brian Whitaker, 2001-02 Curt White, 1989-90 Robert White, 2003-04 Doyle Whitfi eld, 1964-65-66-67

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