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2013 WAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

MEDIA CONTACT: Brett Damaskos Assistant Athletics Communications Director O: 210/458-6460 C: 210/501-6819 Email: brett.damaskos@utsa.edu UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249-0691 goUTSA.com FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: facebook.com/UTSABSB twitter.com/UTSABSB


INTRODUCTION Media information................................ 1 2014 opponents................................... 2 2014 roster.......................................... 3 2014 schedule..................................... 4 COACHING STAFF Jason Marshall................................. 6-7 Jim Blair............................................... 8 Brett Lawler......................................... 9 Nick Zaleski....................................... 10 PLAYERS Returners...................................... 12-17 Justin Anderson................................. 12 Jesse Baker....................................... 12 John Bormann................................... 12 Cody Brannon................................... 12 Horacio Correa III.............................. 13 Wesley Cox....................................... 13 Grant Gibbs....................................... 13 J.T. Gilmore....................................... 13 Brock Hartson.................................... 14 Jaryd Hodgson.................................. 14 Michael Kraft..................................... 14 Logan Onda....................................... 14 RJ Perucki......................................... 15 Tony Ramirez.................................... 15 Douglas Sefcik III.............................. 15 Matt Sims........................................... 15 Garrett Staudt.................................... 16 Ryan Talley........................................ 16 Nolan Trabanino................................ 16 Mike Warren...................................... 16 John Welborn.................................... 17

HISTORY All-time results.............................. 32-38 All-time series records.................. 39-43 Southland Championships........... 44-46 No-hitter............................................. 47 Cycles................................................ 47 All-Americans............................... 48-49 Southland honors.............................. 49 Honors.......................................... 50-51 Major League Baseball...................... 52 Coaching records.............................. 52 Year-by-year team statistics......... 53-54

Media Coverage

The UTSA Sports Information office assists members of the media with their coverage of all Roadrunners sports by providing player and coach interviews, feature ideas, pregame notes and updated statistics. In addition to the 2014 baseball media almanac, media members may check UTSA’s official athletics website — goUTSA.com — for the latest information on all the department’s 17 sports.

Interviews

All interviews with coaches and studentathletes must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance through baseball contact Brett Damaskos. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis at a time that is convenient for the coach or student-athlete. Postgame interviews with coaches and players will be conducted on the field following a 10-minute “cooling off” period.

RECORDS Individual batting records.................. 56 Individual pitching records................. 57 Individual fielding records.................. 57 Team batting records......................... 58 Team fielding records........................ 58 Team pitching records....................... 59 Team miscellaneous records............. 59 Individual batting leaders.............. 60-62 Media Services Individual fielding leaders.................. 62 Media members are encouraged to contact Individual pitching leaders............ 63-64 the UTSA Athletics Communications Office for press box, photography and media credentials at least 24 hours before a home game/series. Credentials can be picked up with proper photo identification at the ticket pass gate located at the entrance of Roadrunner Field or at the will call window at Wolff Stadium. Phone lines for visiting radio, SIDs and members of the print media are available in the press box. The press box phone numbers are 210/458-4612 (Roadrunner Field).

Practices

UTSA welcomes all media to attend baseball practices during the season. Please call the Athletics Communications Office for practice times and requests for interviews. In most cases, coaches and student-athletes are available before and after practice at Roadrunner Field.

Newcomers.................................. 18-19 Dusty Dworak.................................... 18 Jeremy Filipek................................... 18 Matt Hilston....................................... 18 Logan Kinder..................................... 18 Mitchell Matulia.................................. 18 Boone Mokry..................................... 19 C.J. Pickering.................................... 19 Trent Rosipal..................................... 19 Andre Shewcraft................................ 19 Andre Vieyra...................................... 19

Internet

Fans and media members can keep up with the latest information on all 17 UTSA sports on the official website for Roadrunners Athletics at goUTSA.com. You will find game recaps, box scores, updated statistics, weekly notes, player and coach biographies, schedules, rosters, archives, photos and play-by-play coverage of most baseball games.

Returning player statistics............ 20-22 2013 REVIEW Line scores................................... 24-25 Results.............................................. 26 Cumulative statistics.......................... 27 Southland statistics........................... 28 Individual honors............................... 29 WAC review....................................... 30

Internet Broadcasts

All UTSA baseball games are slated to be broadcast live (audio) on goUTSA.com this season. Video streaming also will be available for selected home games.

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2014 UTSA BASEBALL

2014 OPPONENTS

BAYLOR Bears

May 13 in Waco, Texas

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. BU: All-time vs. BU:

Steve Smith 27-28, 12-11 Big 12 Tied, 1-1 Baylor leads, 30-6

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Zach Peters 254/710-3784 baylorbears.com 254/754-5546

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. ODU: All-time vs. ODU:

SID: Ralph Zobell (ralph_zobell@byu.edu) SID Phone: 801/422-9769 Website: byucougars.com Press Box Phone:

April 25-27 in San Antonio, Texas

Loren Hibbs 37-23, 17-7 CUSA Did not play First Meeting

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. RU: All-time vs. RU:

Wayne Graham 44-20, 15-9 CUSA Rice won series, 1-0 Rice leads, 11-1

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. SPU: All-time vs. SPU:

SID: Brock Malone (bm2608@columbia.edu) SID Phone: 212/854-9870 Website: gocolumbialions.com Press Box Phone:

March 11 in Huntsville, Texas

Reagan Ratcliff (reagan@dbu.edu) 214/333-5942 dbupatriots.com 214/333-5542

Billy Goodwin 31-26, 14-10 CUSA Did not play First Meeting

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Malcolm Gray (graym@ecu.edu) 252/737-4523 ecupirates.com 252/328-0068

SID: Brandon Goodwin (goodwinb@fau.edu) SID Phone: 561/756-0653 Website: fausports.com Press Box Phone: 561/756-0653

Scott Berry 30-27, 15-9 CUSA Did not play First Meeting

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. TCU: All-time vs. TCU:

Jim Schlossnagle 29-28, 13-12 Big 12 Did not play TCU leads, 8-3

Russ Reneau (rreneau@hbu.edu) 281/649-3098 hbuhuskies.com 281/649-3065

Shane Meling (meling@uiwtx.edu) 201/805-3071 cardinalathletics.com

SID: Clay Trainum (clay.trainum@lamar.edu) SID Phone: 409/880-7845 Website: lamarcardinals.com Press Box Phone: 409/880-8327

April 1 in San Marcos, Texas/ April 15 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Ty Harrington 2013 Record: 29-29, 16-11 WAC 2013 vs. TXST: TXST won series, 3-1 All-time vs. TXST: TXST leads, 51-29

SID: Anna Claire Thomas (acthomas@latech.edu) SID Phone: 318/257-5314 Website: latechsports.com Press Box Phone: 318/257-3144

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. TU: All-time vs. TU:

April 11-13 in San Antonio, Texas

SID: Caitie Smith (smith1650@live.marshall.edu) SID Phone: 304/696-5276 Website: herdzone.com Press Box Phone: n/a

Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. MT: All-time vs. MT:

May 2-4 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Jim McGuire 29-28, 11-19 Sun Belt Did not play First Meeting

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Joshua Flanagan 512/245-4387 txstatebobcats.com 512/245-5739

TULANE GREEN WAVE

Marshall Thundering herd Jeff Waggoner 20-34, 6-18 CUSA Did not play First Meeting

SID: Brett Winegarner (brett.winegarner@tamucc.edu) SID Phone: 361/825-3411 Website: goislanders.com Press Box Phone:

texas state bobcats

March 28-30 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. MU: All-time vs. MU:

SID: Jonah Goldberg (goldbergjg@utpa.edu) SID Phone: 956/665-2240 Website: utpabroncs.com Press Box Phone:

Feb. 21, April 8 in Corpus Christi, Texas/ March 25 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Scott Malone 2013 Record: 33-24, 17-10 Southland 2013 vs. AMCC: UTSA won series, 2-0 All-time vs. AMCC: UTSA leads, 27-21

LOUISIANA TECH BULLDOGS Head Coach: Wade Simoneaux 2013 Record: 19-37, 6-21 WAC 2013 vs. LTU: UTSA won series, 3-0 All-time vs. LTU: UTSA leads, 5-1

SID: Brandie Davidson (b.i.davidson@tcu.edu) SID Phone: 817/257-7479 Website: http://gofrogs.cstv.com Press Box Phone: 817/257-7966

March 5 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Manny Mantrana 2013 Record: 28-30, 17-10 Great West 2013 vs. UTPA: UTSA won series, 2-0 All-time vs. UTPA: UTSA leads, 52-30

LAMAR CARDINALS

April 29-30 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Jim Gilligan 2013 Record: 39-20, 15-12 Southland 2013 vs. LU: Lamar won series, 1-0 All-time vs. LU: Tied, 25-25

Feb. 23 in Corpus Christi, Texas

texas a&m-corpus christi islanders

March 4 in San Antonio, Texas SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

SID: Jack Duggan (jack.duggan@usm.edu) SID Phone: 601/266-4503 Website: southernmiss.com Press Box Phone: 601/266-5684

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN BRONCS

Incarnate word Cardinals Head Coach: Danny Heep 2013 Record: 26-26, 12-16 Lone Star 2013 vs. UIW: Did not play All-time vs. UIW: Tied, 8-8

March 21-23 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. USM: All-time vs. USM:

Houston Baptist Huskies

Feb. 18 in San Antonio, Texas/ April 22 in Houston, Texas SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

SID: Jason Hove (Jason.Hove@sdstate.edu) SID Phone: 605/688-4623 Website: gojacks.com Press Box Phone: 605/695-1827

TCU Horned Frogs

March 7-9 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Jared Moon 2013 Record: 34-21-1, 17-10 Great West 2013 vs. HBU: Did not play All-time vs. HBU: UTSA leads, 6-2

Paul Ridings (ridings@shsu.edu) 936/294-1764 gobearkats.com 936/294-4132

Southern Mississippi

Florida atlantic owls Head Coach: John McCormack 2013 Record: 42-22, 19-10 Sun Belt 2013 vs. FAU: Did not play All-time vs. FAU: First Meeting

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Feb. 28, March 1-2 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Dave Schrage 2013 Record: 35-24, 16-10 Summit League 2013 vs. SDSU: Did not play All-time vs. SDSU: First Meeting

East Carolina Pirates Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. ECU: All-time vs. ECU:

SID: Dave Musil (dmusil@saintpeters.edu) SID Phone: 201/761-7316 Website: saintpeterspeacocks.com Press Box Phone:

South Dakota State Jackrabbits

Feb. 25 in San Antonio, Texas

May 15-17 in Greenville, N.C.

John Sullivan (jsully@rice.edu) 713/348-5636 riceowls.com 713/ 348-4931

Feb. 14-16 in San Antonio, Texas

Sean Cashman 17-34, 9-15 MAAC Did not play First Meeting

Head Coach: Dave Pierce 2013 Record: 38-22, 20-7 Southland 2013 vs. SHSU: SHSU won series, 1-0 All-time vs. SHSU: SHSU leads, 38-35

DALLAS BAPTIST PATRIOTS SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

SAM HOUSTON STATE BEARKATS

Columbia Lions

Head Coach: Dan Heefner 2013 Record: 30-30, 13-14 WAC 2013 vs. DBU: UTSA won series, 2-1 All-time vs. DBU: UTSA leads, 8-7

Carol Hudson (chudson@odu.edu) 757/683-3395 odusports.com

SAint Peter’s Peacocks TBA 704/687-1023 charlotte49ers.com

March 14-16 in San Antonio, Texas

Head Coach: Brett Boretti 2013 Record: 28-21, 16-4 Ivy League 2013 vs. CU: Did not play All-time vs. CU: First Meeting

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

May 9-11 in San Antonio, Texas

Charlotte 49ers

Head Coach: 2013 Record: 2013 vs. UNCC: All-time vs. UNCC:

April 17-19 in Norfolk, Va.

RICE OWLS

BYU Cougars

Feb. 22 in Corpus Christi, Texas

Head Coach: Mike Littlewood 2013 Record: 32-21, 15-8 Mountain West 2013 vs. BYU: Did not play All-time vs. BYU: BYU leads 1-0

Old Dominion Monarchs Chris Finwood 30-24, 15-12 CAA Did not play First Meeting

SID: Russell Luna (luna@goblueraiders.com) SID Phone: 615/898-5270 Website: goblueraiders.com Press Box Phone: 615/898-2117

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April 4-6 in New Orleans, La.

Rick Jones 30-28, 11-13 CUSA Tulane won series, 2-1 Tulane leads, 2-1

SID: SID Phone: Website: Press Box Phone:

Curtis Akey (cakey@tulane.edu) 504/314-7271 tulanegreenwave.com n/a


INFORMATION GUIDE 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 30 31 33 34 35 38 40

No. Name Kinder, Logan Welborn, John Baker, Jesse Onda, Logan Hilston, Matt Ramirez, Tony Correa III, Horacio Matulia, Mitchell Gilmore, J.T. Hodgson, Jaryd Cox, Wesley Perucki, RJ Talley, Ryan Bormann, John Kraft, Michael Shewcraft, Andre Hartson, Brock Trabanino, Nolan Vieyra, Andre Anderson, Justin Gibbs, Grant Rosipal, Trent Brannon, Cody Pickering, C.J. Sims, Matt Filipek, Jeremy Warren, Mike Mokry, Boone Sefcik III, Douglas Staudt, Garrett Dworak, Dusty

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

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

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

2014 ROSTER Wt. 185 185 180 185 185 205 185 200 175 185 190 195 200 200 175 210 195 210 185 200 195 180 190 185 195 195 220 225 190 220 165

Yr.-Exp. Fr.-HS Sr.-2L So.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS So.-RS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Jr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-TR Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Jr.-RS Fr.-HS Sr.-3L Jr.-TR Sr.-3L Jr.-TR Jr.-1L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Leander, Texas (Rouse HS) Sherman, Texas (Paris JC) Brenham, Texas (Brenham HS) Houston, Texas (Langham Creek HS) Spring Branch, Texas (McLennan JC) Ferndale, Mich. (Clarendon JC) Cypress, Texas (Cy Falls HS) Kingwood, Texas (Kingwood Park HS) Killeen, Texas (Harker Heights HS) Bastrop, Texas (Mountain View JC) Rockwall, Texas (Texarkana JC) Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS) Aledo, Texas (Weatherford JC) Seguin, Texas (Navarro HS) San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS) Pearland, Texas (Pearland HS) Pearland, Texas (Pearland HS) Friendswood, Texas (Clear Brook HS) Valley Center, Kan. (Barton County CC) Houston, Texas (St. Pius X HS) Austin, Texas (Lake Travis HS) Austin, Texas (Cedar Ridge HS) Copperas Cove, Texas (Temple JC) Houston, Texas (Westside HS) Cypress, Texas (Cypress Woods HS) Langley, B.C. (Midland JC) San Antonio, Texas (Alamo Heights HS) Pleasanton, Texas (McLennan JC) Tomball, Texas (Crowder [Mo.] JC) Richmond, Texas (Blinn JC) Houston, Texas (St. Thomas HS)

Coaching Staff Head coach: 3 Jason Marshall (second season/13th at UTSA) Associate head coach: 17 Jim Blair (second season/sixth at UTSA) Assistant coach: 25 Brett Lawler (seventh season) Volunteer assistant coach: 29 Nick Zaleski (second season)

Pronunciation Guide

Horacio CORREA III..............................core-A-uh Jeremy FILIPEK...............................FILL-uh-peck Logan KINDER......................................... KIN-der Mitchell MATULIA..........................Muh-TOO-leah Boone MOKRY......................................Mo-KREE RJ PERUCKI.....................................pa-ROO-key Douglas SEFCIK III................................ CEF-sick Garrett STAUDT........................................STOUT Nolan TRABANINO..................... trab-a-KNEE-no Andre Vieyra....................................... Vee-AIR-uh

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Alphabetical Roster

No. Name 22 Anderson, Justin 4 Baker, Jesse 15 Bormann, John 26 Brannon, Cody 8 Correa III, Horacio 12 Cox, Wesley 40 Dworak, Dusty 31 Filipek, Jeremy 23 Gibbs, Grant 10 Gilmore, J.T. 19 Hartson, Brock 6 Hilston, Matt 11 Hodgson, Jaryd 1 Kinder, Logan 16 Kraft, Michael 9 Matulia, Mitchell 34 Mokry, Boone

No. Name 5 Onda, Logan 13 Perucki, RJ 27 Pickering, C.J. 7 Ramirez, Tony 24 Rosipal, Trent 35 Sefcik III, Douglas 18 Shewcraft, Andre 30 Sims, Matt 38 Staudt, Garrett 14 Talley, Ryan 20 Trabanino, Nolan 21 Vieyra, Andre 33 Warren, Mike 2 Welborn, John


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

2014 SCHEDULE

Date Opponent Location Time (CT) Feb. 14 St. Peter’s San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. Feb. 15 St. Peter’s San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. Feb. 16 St. Peter’s San Antonio, Texas 11 a.m. Feb. 18 Houston Baptist San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. Feb. 21 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ^ Corpus Christi, Texas 6 p.m. Feb. 22 BYU ^ Corpus Christi, Texas 2 p.m. Feb. 23 TCU ^ Corpus Christi, Texas 12 p.m. Feb. 25 Dallas Baptist San Antonio, Texas 3 p.m. Feb. 28 South Dakota State San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 1 South Dakota State San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. March 2 South Dakota State San Antonio, Texas 12 p.m. March 4 Incarnate Word San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 5 Texas-Pan American San Antonio, Texas 4 p.m. March 7 Florida Atlantic * San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 8 Florida Atlantic * San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. March 9 Florida Atlantic * San Antonio, Texas 12 p.m. March 11 at Sam Houston State Hunstville, Texas 6:30 p.m. March 14 Columbia San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 15 Columbia (DH) San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. March 16 Columbia San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. March 21 at Southern Miss * Hattiesburg, Miss. 6 p.m. March 22 at Southern Miss * Hattiesburg, Miss. 2 p.m. March 23 at Southern Miss * Hattiesburg, Miss. 1 p.m. March 25 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 28 Louisiana Tech * San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. March 29 Louisiana Tech * San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. March 30 Louisiana Tech * San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. April 1 @Texas State San Marcos, Texas 6:30 p.m. April 4 at Tulane * New Orleans, La. 6:30 p.m. April 5 at Tulane * New Orleans, La. 2 p.m. April 6 at Tulane * New Orleans, La. 12 p.m. April 8 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, Texas 6 p.m. April 11 Marshall * San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. April 12 Marshall * San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. April 13 Marshall * San Antonio, Texas 10:30 a.m. April 15 Texas State San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. April 18 at Old Dominion * Norfolk, Va. 5 p.m. April 19 at Old Dominion * Norfolk, Va. 5 p.m. April 20 at Old Dominion * Norfolk, Va. 11 a.m. April 22 at Houston Baptist Houston, Texas 3 p.m. April 25 Charlotte * San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. April 26 Charlotte * San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. April 27 Charlotte * San Antonio, Texas 11:30 a.m. April 29 Lamar San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. April 30 Lamar San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. May 2 at Middle Tennessee * Murfreesboro, Tenn. 6 p.m. May 3 at Middle Tennessee * Murfreesboro, Tenn. 4 p.m. May 4 at Middle Tennessee * Murfreesboro, Tenn. 12 p.m. May 9 Rice * San Antonio, Texas 6 p.m. May 10 Rice * San Antonio, Texas 2 p.m. May 11 Rice * San Antonio, Texas 1 p.m. May 13 at Baylor Waco, Texas 6:30 p.m. May 15 at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. 5 p.m. May 16 at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. 5 p.m. May 17 at East Carolina * Greenville, N.C. 10 a.m. May 21-24 Conference USA Tournament Hattiesburg, Miss. TBA All time Central. | * Conference USA game | ^ Kleberg Bank College Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) | Home games are listed in bold.

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INFORMATION GUIDE

COACHING STAFF

Jason Marshall......................................... 6-7 Jim Blair....................................................... 8 Brett Lawler................................................. 9 Nick Zaleski............................................... 10

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2014 UTSA BASEBALL The Abilene native was hired at UTSA prior to the 2001 season and spent three campaigns as an assistant before being promoted to associate head coach. He served as both the infielders coach and recruiting coordinator while running the Roadrunners’ summer camps.

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JASON MARSHALL

Head Coach Second season/14th at UTSA Texas A&M, 1996

After serving as an assistant and associate head coach at UTSA for 12 years, Jason Marshall just completed his first season as the head coach of the Roadrunners baseball program. Marshall was named the fourth skipper in UTSA baseball history on June 18, 2012. In his first year at the helm, Marshall guided the Birds to a 35-25 overall record and their third appearance in an NCAA Regional after the club captured the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship. UTSA, which posted a perfect 4-0 record en route to the league title, was sent to the Corvallis (Ore.) Regional and took No. 3 national seed Oregon State to its last at-bat before the Beavers rallied for a 5-4 victory. The Roadrunners wrapped up their first postseason run in eight years the following day with a 6-1 loss to Texas A&M.

His efforts on the recruiting trails have resulted in a pair of All-Americans, six Freshman All-Americans, 59 all-conference performers (including 12 first teamers), the 2007 and ‘08 Southland regular season championships and 2005 Southland and 2013 WAC Tournament crowns. Meanwhile, 29 UTSA players have gone on to play professionally, including 19 who have been selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. In 2002, Mark Schramek became the first player in school history to be selected in the first round when he was the 40th overall selection by the Cincinnati Reds. Rockett became the second-highest pick in program history in June when he was taken by the Royals in the ninth round. The Roadrunners have posted the top five fielding

Three UTSA players — Daniel Rockett (ninth round/ Kansas City Royals), Riley Good (14th round/Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) and Clint Sharp (38th round/ Angels) — were drafted after the campaign concluded, while right-handed pitcher Brock Hartson was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball. Third baseman RJ Perucki earned first-team all-league honors, while Good, Hartson and Rockett garnered second-team accolades. In their first and only season in the WAC, the Roadrunners led the circuit with a .299 batting average and 629 hits. Perucki (.350/fifth) and Good (.335/ninth) both ranked among the top 10 batting averages in the league and the duo tied for second in the WAC with 84 hits apiece. Perucki also finished second in the circuit with 132 total bases and third with 12 home runs, while Rockett’s .562 slugging percentage was good for third. Marshall spent 12 years on the Roadrunners’ coaching staff before being promoted to head coach, including nine as the associate head coach from 2004-12. – 6 –


INFORMATION GUIDE seasons under Marshall’s guidance, including a .965 fielding percentage in 2012, which is the second-best mark in school history. Eight years ago, UTSA led the Southland with a program-record .969 fielding percentage. The Birds have set several individual team records during Marshall’s time in the Alamo City. UTSA posted 15 offensive season marks in the program’s annals, including hits (661/2009), home runs (89/2009), runs batted in (419/2008) and doubles (134/2008). The Birds also have set five fielding records, including assists (688/2011) and double plays (61/2011). Meanwhile, individuals have set offensive records in 14 season and 14 career categories over the last dozen seasons, including former Roadrunner Michael Rockett, who owns Southland career records with 940 at-bats, 337 hits, 210 RBIs and 537 total bases. A standout performer at Texas A&M from 1989-92, he was named the Aggies’ Most Valuable Player after leading the team in games played (61), hits (66), runs scored (35) and RBIs (40) as a senior. Following his collegiate career, he was drafted by the Royals in the 13th round of the 1992 MLB Draft. Marshall went on to play four seasons in the Royals organization before finishing his professional career in 1995. He then entered the coaching ranks as a student assistant at his alma mater in 1996 and was a member of Texas A&M’s staff for two seasons. In summer 1997, Marshall coached with the Cotuit Kettleers in the prestigious Cape Cod League. The following fall, he was hired as the assistant in charge of defense and recruiting at McMurry University. Marshall helped lead the Indians to postseason play in two of his three seasons and, in 1998, McMurry won the American Southwest Conference regular season and tournament championships. He currently serves on the American Baseball Coaches Association’s Lefty Gomez Award committee and, in 2001, he was invited to speak at the group’s annual convention on the subject of infield play. He was a keynote speaker again in 2009, this time on coaching –

THE MARSHALL FILE PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Kansas City Royals organization (1992-95) • Texas A&M (1989-92) COACHING CAREER • UTSA - head coach (2013-present) • UTSA - associate head coach (2004-2012) • UTSA - assistant coach (2001-03) • McMurry - assistant coach (1998-2000) • Texas A&M - student assistant coach (1996-97) NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 2013 NCAA Division I Corvallis Regional • 2005 NCAA Division I Waco Regional • 1998 NCAA Division III West Regional CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 2013 WAC Tournament Champions • 2008 Southland Champions • 2007 Southland Champions • 2005 Southland Tournament Champions • 1998 American Southwest Champions • 1998 American Southwest Tournament Champions MARSHALL HEAD COACHING RESUME

YEAR 2013*

RECORD 35-25

WAC (FINISH) 15-11 (4th)

UTSA’S RECORD WITH MARSHALL ON STAFF

YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

RECORD 30-29 25-29 29-27 27-31 27-34 37-22 36-22 39-19 32-24 22-28 27-32 22-32

SOUTHLAND (FINISH) 15-12 (5th) 13-14 (7th) 12-15 (t-6th) 12-14 (t-5th) 14-13 (t-4th) 20-10 (t-2nd) 24-6 (1st) 22-8 (1st) 20-12 (3rd) 13-20 (9th) 16-17 (6th) 11-21 (12th)

WAC (FINISH) 2013* 35-25 15-11 (4th)

ethics. He also was presented with the Goodwill Ambassador Award for community service in 1993 and ‘94 while playing for the Wilmington Blue Rocks, the Class A affiliate of the Royals. Marshall earned a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology from Texas A&M in 1996. His wife, Ashleigh, have two sons, Cooper and Jackson, and a daughter, Kate. 7 –


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

THE BLAIR FILE PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Los Angeles Dodgers organization (1998-99) • Baylor (1996-98)

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JIM BLAIR

Associate Head Coach Second season/seventh at UTSA Baylor, 2000 Jim Blair just finished his first season as UTSA’s associate head coach, and sixth overall, after serving as an assistant coach for the Roadrunners from 2002-06. Head coach Jason Marshall announced the return of Blair, who leads UTSA’s offense, to his inaugural coaching staff in July 2012. The Roadrunners, who registered their most successful season since 2008, posted a 35-25 overall record last year and advanced to the program’s third NCAA Regional after winning the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship.

COACHING CAREER • UTSA - associate head coach (2013-present) • Dallas Baptist - assistant coach (2012) • Sam Houston State - assistant coach (2007-11) • UTSA - assistant coach (2002-06) NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 2013 NCAA Division I Corvallis Regional (UTSA) • 2012 NCAA Division I Waco Regional (DBU) • 2009 NCAA Division I Houston Regional (SHSU) • 2008 NCAA Division I Houston Regional (SHSU) • 2007 NCAA Division I Oxford Regional (SHSU) • 2005 NCAA Division I Waco Regional (UTSA) CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 2013 WAC Tournament Champions (UTSA) • 2009 Southland Tournament Champions (SHSU) • 2008 Southland Tournament Champions (SHSU) • 2007 Southland Tournament Champions (SHSU) • 2005 Southland Tournament Champions (UTSA)

Blair led UTSA’s potent offensive attack, as the Birds paced the WAC with a .299 batting average and 629 hits. RJ Perucki (.350/fifth) and Riley Good (.335/ninth) both ranked among the top 10 in batting averages in the league and the duo tied for second in the circuit with 84 hits apiece. Perucki, who earned first-team All-WAC accolades, also finished second in the conference with 132 total bases and third with 12 home runs, while Daniel Rockett, who was a second-team honoree, slugged .562 and finished third.

agent contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1998.

Rockett also became the Roadrunners’ second-highest draft pick ever after being selected in the ninth round by the Kansas City Royals during last summer’s Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft. Additionally, Good, who also was a second-team All-WAC pick, was a 14th-round selection of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Blair graduated in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in education with emphasis in health and human performance and received his master’s degree in sport management from Sam Houston State in Aug., 2013. He is married to the former Pamela Ann Maiden and they have three sons, Carson, Andrew and Reid.

Blair returned to UTSA after spending 2012 as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Dallas Baptist. He helped the Patriots to a 4119 record and an appearance in the 2012 NCAA Waco Regional. Prior to his stint at DBU, Blair was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator under legendary coach Mark Johnson at Sam Houston State for five seasons from 2007-11. While in Huntsville, he helped the Bearkats to three consecutive NCAA Regional appearances (2007-09) and tutored a pair of All-Americans (Bobby Verbick 2007/Todd Sebek 2008). Blair’s responsibilities included mentoring the offense, which set 19 school records during his tenure. As the recruiting coordinator, he signed 14 players to National Letters of Intent that were either drafted or signed with MLB organizations and coached 11 All-Southland Conference honorees. Blair spent the previous five campaigns as an assistant at UTSA from 2002-06. While in the Alamo City, he served as the hitting coach and helped the Roadrunners earn a berth in the 2005 NCAA Waco Regional. He tutored 2002 All-American Mark Schramek, who also was the first player in program history to be selected in the first round of the MLB Draft when he was the 40th overall pick by the Cincinnati Reds that season. The Roadrunners were one of the top offensive teams in the Southland, hitting a league-best 55 home runs in 2004 and program-record 30 triples the following year. Before entering the coaching ranks, Blair was a three-year starter in the outfield for Steve Smith at Baylor. He twice earned All-Big 12 laurels and still holds the program record with a 31-game hitting streak. Blair led the Bears with a .376 batting average in 1997 and signed a free

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BRETT LAWLER

Assistant Coach Seventh season Arkansas-Little Rock, 2007 A former collegiate standout and three-time Major League Baseball draftee, Brett Lawler just finished his fourth season as an assistant coach and sixth overall on the Roadrunners’ staff. Lawler began mentoring UTSA’s pitching staff in 2013 after working with the program’s hitters, catchers and outfielders the previous three campaigns. Last season, the Roadrunners posted a 35-25 overall record and advanced to their third NCAA Regional after the club captured the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament Championship.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Florida Marlins organization (2007) • Arkansas-Little Rock (2006-07) • San Jacinto JC (2004-05) COACHING CAREER • UTSA - assistant coach (2008-present) NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES • 2013 NCAA Division I Corvallis Regional CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS • 2013 WAC Tournament Champions No. 1 national ranking by Baseball America that season.

Lawler guided the pitching staff to a 4.35 ERA, the third-lowest mark in program history and lowest since 2006.

The Los Angeles Dodgers selected him in the 34th round of the 2003 MLB Draft and in the 28th round one year later. The Florida Marlins then called his name in the 42nd round in 2007 and he played for one season for the Rookie-level affiliate Gulf Coast Marlins.

Right-hander Brock Hartson anchored the staff with a 9-5 record and a 3.40 ERA, which earned him Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America and second-team All-WAC honors. The bullpen accounted for 20 of UTSA’s 35 victories and closer Matt Sims posted a 2.31 ERA and limited opposing hitters to a .176 batting average in his 58.1 innings of work.

He comes from a baseball family, as his father, Jim, was the head coach at UALR from 2006-08 after serving as an assistant at Texas A&M for 21 years under the legendary Mark Johnson. His brother, Travis, pitched in the St. Louis Cardinals organization for three seasons after being selected in the 32nd round of the MLB Draft in June 2009.

The 2011 campaign saw Riley Good garner Freshman All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball, as he posted program frosh records with 86 hits (third in NCAA among freshman) and 16 stolen bases. In addition, Ryan Hutson became the program’s all-time home run leader after belting three on the final day of the regular season, which earned him National Co-Hitter of the Week accolades (May 24).

Lawler earned his bachelor’s degree in health science from UALR in May 2007 and finished his master’s in education with an emphasis in kinesiology two years later at UTSA. He married the former Jennifer Haney in June 2008.

Ryan Dalton earned 2010 Southland Freshman of the Year and consensus Freshman All-America accolades after tying for the conference lead with a UTSA frosh-record 17 home runs (second in NCAA among freshmen) and leading the Birds with 51 RBIs. The Roadrunners launched a Southland-best 71 long balls in just 50 games and that total ranks second in school history. Hutson (first team) and Ryan Rummel (third team) also earned postseason honors from the league. As volunteer coach in his first two seasons, Lawler helped coach the team’s hitters, first basemen and catchers. UTSA rewrote the record book yet again in 2009, setting new program standards for batting average (.317), hits (661), home runs (89), total bases (1,109) and slugging percentage (.532) and just missed school records for runs (461), doubles (131) and RBIs (409). The Birds easily shattered the previous mark for long balls, 66 in 1999 (60 games), doing so in the season’s 49th contest. That performance came on the heels of one of the most-prolific offensive years on school record in 2008. The Roadrunners set new program marks for batting average (.316), runs scored (467), hits (647), doubles (134), RBIs (419), total bases (1,005) and slugging percentage (.490) while finishing second in home runs (64) and on-base percentage (.397). A two-year starter at Arkansas-Little Rock (UALR), Lawler played in 106 games as a Trojan. Prior to that, he helped lead San Jacinto College to a runner-up finish at the 2004 NJCAA World Series. The College Station native was an all-state selection as a senior and he helped A&M Consolidated High School attain a

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NICK ZALESKI

Volunteer Assistant Coach First season Sam Houston State, 2009 Nick Zaleski joined the Roadrunners coaching staff as a volunteer assistant in August 2012. Zaleski joined the coaching ranks after a successful playing career at Sam Houston State (2006-09) under Mark Johnson. He guided the Bearkats to three Southland Conference Tournament Championships (2007, ‘08 and ‘09) and an appearance in the 2007 NCAA Division I Oxford Regional Championship Game. The Sugar Land native still holds the Sam Houston State singleseason batting average record after hitting at a .419 clip in 2009. He also was named the Bearkats’ Most Valuable Player and a Ping! Baseball honorable mention All-American after his senior season. Following his playing career in Huntsville, Zaleski signed a free agent contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. He spent one season as a farmhand before retiring. Zaleski earned his bachelors degree in marketing from Sam Houston State in 2009 and his masters degree in human performance with emphasis in sport management from Alabama two years later.

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PLAYERS Returners...................................... 12-17 Justin Anderson................................. 12 Jesse Baker....................................... 12 John Bormann................................... 12 Cody Brannon................................... 12 Horacio Correa III.............................. 13 Wesley Cox....................................... 13 Grant Gibbs....................................... 13 J.T. Gilmore....................................... 13 Brock Hartson.................................... 14 Jaryd Hodgson.................................. 14 Michael Kraft..................................... 14 Logan Onda....................................... 14 RJ Perucki......................................... 15 Tony Ramirez.................................... 15 Douglas Sefcik III.............................. 15 Matt Sims........................................... 15 Garrett Staudt.................................... 16 Ryan Talley........................................ 16 Nolan Trabanino................................ 16 Mike Warren...................................... 16 John Welborn.................................... 17 Newcomers.................................. 18-19 Dusty Dworak.................................... 18 Jeremy Filipek................................... 18 Matt Hilston....................................... 18 Logan Kinder..................................... 18 Mitchell Matulia.................................. 18 Boone Mokry..................................... 19 C.J. Pickering.................................... 19 Trent Rosipal..................................... 19 Andre Shewcraft................................ 19 Andre Vieyra...................................... 19 Returning player statistics............ 20-22 2012 REVIEW

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JUSTIN ANDERSON

P/OF • L/R • 6-3 • 190 • Jr.-1L Houston, Texas (St. Pius X HS)

JOHN BORMANN

C • R/R • 6-0 • 180 • Jr.-2L Seguin, Texas (Navarro HS)

Sophomore (2013) • Two-way player made three starts on the mound • Appeared in 10 games as a position player • Scored two runs with an RBI against Air Force (2/17)

Sophomore (2013) • Named to Johnny Bench Award Watch List • Started all 60 games at catcher and caught all 532.0 innings • Hit .286 with 32 runs scored, 13 doubles, a home run and 29 RBIs • Team co-captain was named to the WAC All-Tournament team after leading team with a .471 average

Freshman (2012) • Two-way player who saw action in 37 games • Appeared in 11 games on mound, including 10 starts • Named Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week on April 9 • Allowed one hit and faced one over the minimum in a 3-0 win at McNeese State (4/7) • Led team with a .329 batting average in conference play

Freshman (2012) • Appeared in 32 games, including 23 as starter • Batted .211 with eight runs scored, five doubles and four RBIs

High School • Two-time all-state and three-time all-district selection • Led team to 2011 district title • Helped squad to 2009 TAPPS 5A State Championship

High School • Led team to three straight district championships • Voted team Most Valuable Player all four years • Named first-team all-district as senior and district MVP as junior • Also three-year starter in football and named the 2010 District 26-3A MVP and selected to the San Antonio Express-News All-Area Team

Personal • Born Sept. 28, 1992, in Houston, Texas • Son of John and Karen Anderson • Business major

Personal • Born April 4, 1993, in Halifax, Va. • Son of Jeff and Lynan Bormann and has one brother, Brian • Business major

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JESSE BAKER

UT • R/R • 6-0 • 180 • So.-1L Brenham, Texas (Brenham HS)

CODY BRANNON

P • L/L • 6-1 • 190 • Jr.-RS Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove HS/ Temple JC)

Freshman (2013) • Played in all 60 games, including 57 starts between second base and the outfield • Hit .270 with 28 runs scored, 12 doubles, a triple, four home runs and 34 RBIs • hit .438 with two doubles, a homer and three RBIs in WAC Tournament • 2-for-7 with a run scored in NCAA Tournament games against Oregon State and Texas A&M (5/31-6/01)

Junior (2013) • Redshirted in 2013

High School • Two-year starter at Brenham HS • Threw perfect game against Leander HS at 2012 Round Rock Hardball Classic • 2011 honorable mention all-state, All-Greater Houston Area, all-district and state all-tournament team accolades • Three-year starter in football and first-team All-District 17-4A at linebacker

Prior to UTSA • Spent two years at Temple JC • 2012 second-team All-Region V North Conference selection • 8-3 record with a 1.54 ERA and 38 strikeouts in 70.1 innings last year • Three-year starter at Copperas Cove HS • Two-time All-District 12-5A honoree

Personal • Born Feb. 8, 1994, in Brenham, Texas • Son of Jim Baker and Heidi Whitehead and has four sisters – Jordyn, Stephanie, Summer and Julie – and two brothers, James and Jack • Undecided on major

Personal • Born July 28, 1992, in Temple, Texas • Son of Walter and Connie Brannon and has two brothers, Ira-Lynn and Chris • Criminal justice major

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GRANT GIBBS

INF • S/R • 5-10 • 165 • Jr.-2L Cypress, Texas (Cypress Falls HS)

INF • L/R • 6-0 • 195 • Jr.-2L Austin, Texas (Lake Travis HS)

Sophomore (2013) • Played and started 58 games between shortstop and third base • Hit .304 with 31 runs scored, nine doubles, a home run and 37 RBIs • Had a career-long 16-game hitting streak (3/29-4/27)

Sophomore (2013) • Appeared in seven games going 1-for-7 with a walk in eight total plate appearances Freshman (2012) • Saw action in 19 games, including three starts at designated hitter • Batted .111 in 27 at-bats with one RBI

Freshman (2012) • Competed in 42 games and made 38 starts (15 2B/13 LF/7 SS/3 DH) • Started his career with a 12-game hitting streak • Hit .244 with four doubles, a triple, a homer and 12 RBIs

High School • Twice named all-state • Three-time All-District 24-4A and All-Centex performer

High School • Three-time all-district selection and two-time MVP honoree • Earned third-team All-Greater Houston honors • Led team to district championship as a junior

Personal • Born June 2, 1993, in Houston, Texas • Son of Jimmy and Sheila Gibbs and has one sister, Jamie • His uncle, Gary Gibbs, has spent 10 seasons coaching in the NFL and was head coach at Oklahoma (1989-94) • Majoring in business

Personal • Born June 5, 1993, in Houston, Texas • Son of Horacio and Rosa Correa and has one brother, Horacio • His uncle, Dennis Martinez, played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball, many of which were with the Montreal Expos and Baltimore Orioles, and was a four-time All-Star • Majoring in accounting

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WESLEY COX

J.T. GILMORE

P • R/R • 6-3 • 190 • Sr.-1L Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall HS/ Texarkana JC)

OF • L/R • 5-9 • 175 • So.-1L Killeen, Texas (Harker Heights HS)

Junior (2013) • Appeared in 26 games, throwing 46.1 inning • Finished season 2-1 with a 4.08 ERA and 26 strikeouts • WAC Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 18 after season-opening series against Air Force where he threw 6.0 innings allowing one earned run striking out six with a save Prior to UTSA • Spent two years as a pitcher at Texarkana JC • Posted a 3.91 ERA with six saves and 30 strikeouts in 25.1 innings last year • Earned 2012 honorable mention all-conference honors • Three-year starter at Rockwall HS • Two-time all-district honoree

Freshman (2013) • Did not record a statistic as a freshman High School • Three-year starter at Harker Heights HS • Three-time all-district honoree, including two years on the first team • Named to the All-Centex All-Star Team as a senior Personal • Born Jan. 3, 1994, in Temple, Texas • Son of John and Leslie Gilmore and has one brother, Ethan, and two sisters, Allyson and Katy • Biomedical engineering major

Personal • Born May 2, 1992, in Dallas, Texas • Son of Robert and Beverly Cox and has one sister, Samantha • Kinesiology major

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BROCK HARTSON

MICHAEL KRAFT

P/INF • R/R • 6-3 • 185 • So.-1L Pearland, Texas (Pearland HS)

P • L/L • 5-10 • 160 • Sr.-3L San Antonio, Texas (Churchill HS)

Career honors • 2013 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American • 2013 second-team All-WAC Freshman (2013) • Named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American • Appeared and started 17 games • Finished season 9-5 with a team-best 3.40 ERA among starting pitchers • Stuck out 50 against 27 walks in a team-high 106.0 innings • Held Dallas Baptist to one earned run (two total) on four hits over 7.1 panels and guided UTSA to an 11-4 victory in the WAC Tournament title game • One of five Roadrunners to be named WAC All-Tournament )

Junior (2013) • Appeared in 17 games, including 15 starts • Finished 5-5 with a 4.10 ERA in 68.0 innings pitched • Led team with 62 strikeouts and had a team-best .269 batting average against among starters • Struck out a career-high 11 against Washington State (3/8) Sophomore (2012) • Had a breakout year and emerged as the most consistent starter in the rotation • Led the rotation with an 8-6 record and 4.91 ERA • Additionally, he logged 53 strikeouts in 80.2 innings of work • Took a no-hitter into the ninth inning at McNeese State (4/6) Freshman (2011) • Posted a 2-3 record with a 5.01 ERA over 55.2 innings of work • Held No. 9 Texas A&M to one hit over seven innings (including 5.2 innings of nohit ball) and an unearned run while striking out a season-high 10 batters (5/3)

True Freshman (2012) • Sat out the season as a medical redshirt High School • Named first-team all-district as a junior • Earned honorable mention all-district laurels in 2011 • Led team to a regional quarterfinal appearance in 2010 • Helped team to a state semifinal berth in 2009

High School • Posted a 10-3 record with a 1.01 ERA and 140 strikeouts during his senior season • Hurled a pair of no-hitters in his career, including one in the third round of the playoffs • Two-time All-District 26-5A honoree and tabbed 5A All-Area MVP by the San Antonio Express-News

Personal • Born Aug. 19, 1993, in Clear Lake, Texas • Son of Gary and Sami Hartson and has one sister, Baylee • Kinesiology major

Personal • Born Sept. 3, 1991, in San Antonio, Texas • Son of Steve and Mary Kraft and has two younger sisters, Katie and Elizabeth • Business major

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JARYD HODGSON

P • L/L • 6-2 • 185 • So.-RS Bastrop, Texas (Bastrop HS/ Mountain View JC)

LOGAN ONDA

P • L/R • 6-0 • 175 • Jr.-2L Houston, Texas (Langham Creek HS)

Sophomore (2013) • Redshirted Prior to UTSA • Spent two years as a pitcher at Mountain View JC • Received a medical redshirt last season • Posted a 2-2 record with a 1.56 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 23 innings before injury • Second-team all-conference as a freshman • Two-year starter at Bastrop HS Personal • Born July 5, 1992, in Austin, Texas • Son of Debbie Hodgson • Sociology major

Sophomore (2013) • Made 27 appearances out of the bullpen finishing with a record of 1-2 • Had third most innings pitched among relievers with 42.2 • struck out a career-high four batters against San Jose State (3/28) in 5.1 innings of work Freshman (2012) • Appeared in 17 games on the mound, including four as the starter • Was 0-4 with a 7.28 ERA and 33 strikeouts in 38.1 innings of work High School • Helped team to a No. 1 ranking in the state and the second round of the playoffs during senior season • Named first-team all-district in his final season Personal • Born July 15, 1993, in Katy, Texas • Son of Dennis and Janis Onda and has one brother, Benjamin • Business major

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DOUGLAS SEFCIK III

RJ PERUCKI

P • R/L • 5-10 • 190 • Jr.-1L Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS/ Crowder [Mo.] JC)

INF • R/R • 6-1 • 175 • Sr.-3L Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS) Career honors • 2013 first-team All-WAC • 2012 third-team All-Southland Conference Junior (2013) • Started all 60 games in 2013 and led the team with a .350 average, 12 home runs and 132 total bases while tying for the team lead with 84 hits and 48 RBIs • Voted to WAC All-Tournament team • Hit a walk-off solo home run against Sacramento State to end the longest game in WAC Tournament history and posted a career-high seven RBIs against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20).

Sophomore (2012) • Made six appearances out of the bullpen … finished season 1-0 with five strikeouts in 4.2 innings of work. Prior to UTSA • Spent one year at Crowder JC in Neosho, Mo. • Posted a 6-2 record with a 3.14 ERA and 40 strikeouts in 57.1 innings last year • Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Tomball HS • Helped team to playoffs in all four seasons • Member of the Freshman Junior Olympic Team and the Texas Sunbelt Team Personal • Born May 14, 1993, in Houston, Texas • Son of William and Janet Sefcik and has one brother, Lucas • Business major

Sophomore (2012) • Earned third-team All-Southland honors at shortstop • Hit .284 with 26 runs scored, six doubles, a triple and 31 RBIs Redshirt Freshman (2011) • Hit .279 with 11 doubles, two triples, one home run and 24 RBIs • Tied together a seven-game hitting streak (2/27-3/6) • Missed most of the 2010 season with injury and redshirted

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True Freshman (2010) • Saw action in only three games as a pitcher before missing the remainder of the season due to inury and received a medical redshirt Personal • Born July 7, 1991, in Miami, Fla. • Son of Jon and Karen Perucki and has a brother, Greg, and one sister, Rachel • Sociology major

MATT SIMS

P • R/R • 6-2 • 175 • Sr.-3L Cypress, Texas (Cypress Woods HS) Junior (2013) • Appeared in more games (28) than any other pitcher … finished the season 6-3 with a team-best eight saves and 2.31 ERA • Struck out 61 batters in 58.1 frames of work with only 27 walks surrendered • WAC Tournament MVP did not allow a run in 11.2 innings and earned two wins in WAC Tournament play

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TONY RAMIREZ

UT • L/R • 6-0 • 205 • Sr.-1L Ferndale, Mich. (Bishop Foley Catholic HS/ Clarendon [Texas] JC) Junior (2013) • Played in 54 games, including 51 starts at DH … hit .289 with 34 runs scored, 10 doubles, four home runs and 26 RBIs • Tied program record with five hits against Stephen F. Austin (3/03) • Scored two runs in WAC Tournament championship game victory over Dallas Baptist (5/26) Prior to UTSA • Spent two years at Clarendon JC • 2012 first-team All-Region V West Conference as an outfielder • Hit .388 with 14 doubles, six triples, two home runs and 60 RBIs last year • Two-year letterwinner at Bishop Foley Catholic HS in Madison Heights, Mich. • Earned All-Catholic, all-district, all-metro and all-state honors Personal • Born Feb. 13, 1991, in Southfield, Mich. • Son of Antonio and Nancy Ramirez and has one sister, Alexis • History major

Sophomore (2012) • Appeared in 22 games out of the bullpen and served as team’s closer • Posted a 4.91 ERA with seven saves and 32 strikeouts in 25.2 innings • Struck out two in final frame to close out UTSA’s 4-1 victory over then-No. 1 Baylor (4/24) Freshman (2011) • Appeared in 12 contests, including three starts • Posted a 1-0 record with a 6.56 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 23.1 innings High School • Earned first-team all-district honors • Selected to the Houston Area Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game Personal • Born Feb. 13, 1992, in Houston, Texas • Son of Rick and Julie Sims and has two older brothers, Cooper and Ben • Finance major

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GARRETT STAUDT

NOLAN TRABANINO

P • R/R • 6-3 • 220 • Sr.-1L Richmond, Texas (Strake Jesuit HS/ Blinn JC)

P • L/L • 6-4 • 210 • So.-1L Friendswood, Texas (Clear Brook HS) Freshman (2013) • Made 20 appearances and 15 starts to finish 4-3 with a 4.38 ERA in 74.0 innings pitched • Combined on a three-hit shutout with Matt Sims against top-seeded CSU Bakersfield in the finale of WAC Tournament pool-play • Allowed one earned run in 5.0 innings of work against Oregon State in the first game of the Corvallis Regional in the NCAA Tournament.

Senior (2013) • Redshirted Junior (2012) • Made 13 relief appearances in his first season at UTSA • Was 0-2 with a 6.62 ERA and posted 12 strikeouts in 17.2 innings Prior to UTSA • Spent two years as the closer at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas • As sophomore, made 13 appearances with an 0-2 record and five saves • As freshman, appeared in 14 games and registered a 3-2 record with five saves Personal • Born Jan. 13, 1991, in Houston, Texas • Son of Tom and Bridget Staudt and has one brother, David, and two sisters, Diana and Rebecca • Sports, entertainment and tourism management major

High School • Three-year letter winner and two-year starter at Clear Brook HS • Posted a 4-3 record with a 0.81 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 69.2 innings in 2012 • Named first-team All-Greater Houston Area, first-team All-District 24-5A • Also tabbed team MVP and honorable mention all-district as a junior Personal • Born June 9, 1994, in Friendswood, Texas • Son of Robert and Debra Trabanino and has one brother, Steven, and two sisters, Andrea and Erica • Brother, Steven, played two years (2002-03) at Sam Houston State • Kinesiology major

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RYAN TALLEY

MIKE WARREN

P • R/R • 6-2 • 200 • Jr.-RS Aledo, Texas (Aledo HS/Weatherford JC) Junior (2013) • Redshirted Prior to UTSA • Spent two years at Weatherford JC • Posted a 3.21 ERA with one save and 14 strikeouts in 14 innings last year • Two-year starter at Aledo HS • Two-time all-district honoree • Hurled a no-hitter against Alvarado HS as a senior • Earned three letters in basketball • Named Parker County Offensive Player of the Year as a senior Personal • Born June 11, 1991, in Fort Worth, Texas • Son of Martin and Lynn Talley and has one sister, Erin • Communications major

INF • R/R • 6-3 • 220 • Sr.-3L San Antonio, Texas (Alamo Heights HS) Junior (2013) • Started all 60 games in 2013 … hit .318 with 43 runs scored, 11 doubles, a triple, three home runs and 29 RBIs • Had a team-high ,426 on-base percentage with 23 hit by pitches and 20 walks • 23 hit by pitches set a new program record and ranked seventh nationally • Hit .444 (8-for-18) with a double and three RBIs in WAC Tournament play • Team co-captain Sophomore (2012) • Saw action in 37 games, including 31 starts • Batted .282 with 21 runs scored, five doubles, a triple, one home run and 16 RBIs Freshman (2011) • Played in 33 contests, including 27 as a starter (12 1B/15 DH) • Hit .247 with a pair of doubles and 12 RBIs High School • Named third-team all-state as a senior first baseman by the Texas Sports Writers Association • Also garnered all-district and all-area honors • Tabbed Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore • Also a two-year starter in football and named all-district, all-area and all-state as a senior Personal • Born March 19, 1992 • Son of West and Dana Warren and has one brother, Matt, and one sister, Sara • Brother, Matt, played baseball for Central Arkansas • Geology major

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OF • R/R • 5-11 • 185 • Sr.-2L Sherman, Texas (Sherman HS/Paris JC) Junior (2013) • Played in 55 games, including 53 starts in the outfield … hit .250 with 29 runs scored, nine doubles, and 21 RBIs • Finished season ranked second on the team with four triples, six stolen bases, and nine hit by pitches • Was 1-for-4 with a walk, triple and run scored against Dallas Baptist (5/26) in the WAC Tournament championship gam Sophomore (2012) • Played in 52 games, including 46 starts in the outfield • Hit .260 with 32 runs scored, eight doubles, a triple, three home runs and 20 RBIs • Ranked third on the team with 11 stolen bases Prior to UTSA • Spent one season at Paris Junior College • Named first-team All-Region XIV • Hit .410 with 11 doubles, two triples, 20 RBIs, scored 48 runs and stole 36 bases Personal • Born July 1, 1992, in Sherman, Texas • Son of John and Lisa Welborn and has one sister, Christine • Kinesiology major

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DUSTY DWORAK

LOGAN KINDER

P • R/R • 6-3 • 165 • Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (St. Thomas HS)

OF • L/L • 6-0 • 185 • Fr.-HS Leander, Texas (Rouse HS)

High School • Three-year letterwinner for head coach Craig Biggio at St. Thomas HS • Second-team All-State 5A in 2013 and a first-team all-district selection • 2.88 ERA in 34.1 innings pitched during senior season • Part of state championship team sophomore season and runner-up as a junior

High School • Three-time all-district outfielder for head coach Paul Cochran at Rouse HS • Three-sport athlete at Rouse was a three-year starter for the Raiders football team earning first-team all-district running back honors his senior season leading team to the state semi-finals

Personal • Born Dec. 20, 1994 in Houston, Texas • Son of John and Pat Dworak has one brother, Luke • Undeclared major

Personal • Born June 20, 1995, in Amarillo, Texas • Son of of Kevin and Peggie Kinder has one brother, Keegan • Undecided on major

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JEREMY FILIPEK

INF/C • L/R • 5-11 • 200 • Fr.-HS Kingwood, Texas (Kingwood Park HS)

P • R/R • 6-3 • 195 • Jr.-TR Langley, B.C. (Midland JC) Prior to UTSA • Junior college transfer from Midland College … posted a 6-1 record with a 2.92 ERA and 58 strikeouts as a sophomore with four complete games … as a freshman in 2012, had a 7-3 record with a 4.15 ERA and 41 strikeouts • Helped lead Midland to the 2013 WJAC Conference Championship, Region V championship and the school’s first NJCAA World Series appearance Personal • Born Sept. 7, 1992 • Son of Miroslaw and Laura Filipek and has one brother, Nathan • Multidisciplinary studies major

High School • Three-year letterwinner • All-State selection set single season Kindwood records hitting .520 with 50 runs batted in, 15 doubles, and eight triples Personal • Born Nov. 12, 1994 in Baltimore, Md. • Son of Marty and Melinda Matulia has two brothers, Joe and Philip • Kinesiology major

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MATT HILSTON

OF • L/L • 6-1 • 185 • Jr.-TR Spring Branch, Texas (McLennan JC) Prior to UTSA • Junior college transfer from McLennan Community College in Waco • Three-year starter at Smithson Valley High School • Hit .403 with 14 home runs in earning second-team all-state honors • Second-team all-conference as a freshman • Two-year starter at Bastrop HS Personal • Born Aug. 13, 1992 in Tucson, Ariz. • Son of Scott and Liz Hilston and has one brother, Michael • Multidisciplinary studies major

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BOONE MOKRY

ANDRE SHEWCRAFT

P • R/R • 6-6 • 225 • Jr.-TR Pleasanton, Texas (McLennan JC)

P • R/R • 5-11 • 210 • Fr.-HS Pearland, Texas (Pearland HS)

Prior to UTSA • Transfer from McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas … maintained a 1.74 ERA and an average of 1.23 strikeouts per inning • Hurled a complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts in first start against Blinn JC • Led the Highlanders to a conference championship his freshman season advancing to the NJCAA Region 5 regionals • First-team all-district pitcher sophomore and junior seasons at Pleasanton HS Personal • Born Oct. 17, 1991, in Lubbock, Texas • Son of Scott and Tamara Mokry and has one brother, Crockett • Economics major

High School • Four-year starter as a pitcher/first baseman • Lead Pearland to the third round of the playoffs and three district titles • Threw a one-hitter against Manuel in which he tallied 15 strikeouts Personal • Born May 17, 1995, in Roseville, Calif • Son of Ryan and Lori Shewcraft and has two sisters, Maryah and Isabella • Kinesiology major

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C.J. PICKERING

INF • R/R • 6-2 • 185 • Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (Westside HS)

ANDRE VIEYRA

High School • Three-year starter as an infielder for Westside High School and head coach Mike Barrow … batted .472 and hit five home runs during senior campaign • Three-time All-District 20-5A selected for the Greater Houston Area all-star game • Graduated with a 4.4 GPA and was named a National AP scholar and received the HISD Board of Education Award Personal • Born Feb. 3, 1995, in Houston, Texas • Son of Mark and Sheryl Pickering • Biology major

C • R/R • 6-0 • 185 • Jr.-TR Valley Center, Kan. (Barton County JC) Prior to UTSA • Junior college transfer from Barton County Community College • Two-year letterwinner and starter at catcher • Graduate of Valley Center High School in Valley Center, Kan. • Batted .530 with 35 hits, 30 RBI, and five home runs … • All-State catcher and All-League DH and utility Personal • Born Feb. 12, 1993 in Newton, Kan. • Son of Francisco and Katrina Vieyra has three brothers, Vincente, Ethan, and Marco and one sister, Cassandra • Economics major

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TRENT ROSIPAL

P • L/L • 6-4 • 180 • Fr.-HS Austin, Texas (Cedar Ridge HS) High School • Three-year starter • Posted a 5-1 record with a 1.62 ERA and 57 strikeouts during his senior season • two-time first-team all-district selection had 88 strikeouts as a junior Personal • Born Oct. 7, 1994, in Austin, Texas • Son of Tom and Cheryl Rosipal and has one sister, Libby • Business major

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JUSTIN ANDERSON

HORACIO CORREA III

Career statistics (hitting)

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2012

.324

37

33 108 18 35

7

1

0

15

10

18

5-5

2012

.244

TOTAL

.295

47

35 122 21 36

7

1

0

16

13

22

5-5

TOTAL

.280 100

2013

.071

10

2

14

3

1

0

0

0

1

3

4

0-0

Career statistics (pitching)

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2012

6.63

3-2 10

1

1

0

0

55.2 70 43 41

1 7

31

TOTAL

6.58

3-3 13

1

1

0

0

65.2 87 51 48 25

34

2013

6.30

0-1

3

0

0

0

0

10.0 17

8

7

8

3

2013

.304

42

58

38 156 17 38

4

1

1

12

96 386 48 108 13

1

2

49

58 230 31 70

9

0

1

37

8

17

2-5

22

42

3-6

14

25

1-1

Career highs

At Bats: 6 (five times), last at Dallas Baptist (4/26/13) Runs: 3 (five times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13)

Hits: 4 (three times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13) RBI: 5, at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13)

Triples: 1, vs. Texas-Pan American (3/27/12)

Career highs (hitting)

Doubles: 2 (two times), last vs. Washington State (3/9/2013)

At bats: 7, at McNeese State (4/5/12)

Stolen bases: 1 (three times), last vs. Dallas Baptist (5/26/13)

Runs: 2 (five times), last vs. Air Force (2/17/13) Hits: 4, at McNeese State (4/5/12)

RBI: 2 (four times), last at Central Arkansas (4/29/12)

WESLEY COX

Triples: 1, vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/20/12)

Career statistics

Doubles: 2, at McNeese State (4/5/12)

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

Stolen bases: 1 (five times), last at Texas State (5/11/12)

2013

TOTAL

Career highs (pitching)

Innings Pitched: 9.0, at McNeese State (4/7/12) Pitches: 112, at Central Arkansas (4/29/12)

AVG

TOTAL

.270

2013

.270

GP GS AB

R

H

2B

60 57 215 28 58

12

60 57 215 28 58

1

2-1 26

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

3B HR RBI BB SO S B-A

12

1 1

4 34 10 57 4 34 10 57

1-4 1-4

.111

19

3

27

0

3

0

0

0

1

0

8

0-0

.118

26

4

34

0

4

0

0

0

1

1

9

0-0

.143

7

1

7

0

1

0

Career highs

RBI: 4, vs. Washington State (3/9/13)

Hits: 1 (4 times), last at Texas State (3/5/13)

Hits: 3 (4 times), last vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13)

At bats: 4, at McNeese State (4/5/12)

Doubles: 2 (three times), last Sacramento State (4/21/13)

RBI: 1, vs. New Mexico (2/24/12)

Stolen bases: 1, at Baylor (5/14/13)

JOHN BORMANN Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

TOTAL

.211

32

23

5

0

0

.267

92

83 307 40 82 18

0

1

60

76

8 16

60 231 32 66 13

26

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2012

Runs: 3, vs. Washington State (3/9/13)

.286

26

Career statistics

TOTAL

At bats: 5 (nine times), last vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13)

2013

46.1 52 24 21 17

GRANT GIBBS

2013

Career highs

2012

46.1 52 24 21 17

Pitches: 97, at Dallas Baptist (4/27/13)

JESSE BAKER YEAR

2-1 26

4.08

Career highs (pitching) Innings Pitched: 6.1, at Dallas Baptist (4/27/13) Strikeouts: 4 (two times), last at Dallas Baptist (4/27/13)

Strikeouts: 5 (two times), last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/22/12)

Career statistics

4.08

0

1

4

29 33

4

16 20

7

0-1

45

4-7

38

4-6

Career highs

At bats: 6 (two times), last vs. Texas State (5/4/13)

Runs: 3 (two times), last vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/3/13) Hits: 4, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20/13) RBI: 5, vs. Air Force (2/16/13)

Doubles: 2 (two times), last at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20/13) Stolen bases: 1 (four times), last vs. Dallas Baptist (5/26/13)

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BROCK HARTSON

TONY RAMIREZ

Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2013

TOTAL

3.40

9-5 17 17

3.40

9-5 17 17

1 1

0 0

0 106.0 108 44 40 27 0 106.0 108 44 40 27

50 50

Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2013

TOTAL

.289 .289

54 54

53 194 34 56 10

Career highs

Career highs

Strikeouts: 7, (two times), last vs. New Mexico State (5/10/13)

Runs: 3, at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13)

Innings pitched: 8.2, at Louisiana Tech (5/16/13)

0

53 194 34 56 10

0

4

26

4

26

25 25

44

1-2

44

1-2

At bats: 5 (11 times), last vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13)

Pitches: 141, vs. New Mexico State (5/10/13)

Hits: 5, vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/3/13) RBI: 3, vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/3/13)

Home runs: 1 (four times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/16/13) Doubles: 1 (10 times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/18/13)

MICHAEL KRAFT

Stolen bases: 1, vs. San Jose State (5/23/13)

Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2011

2012

2013

TOTAL

5.01 2-3 14 8 0 0 0 55.2 61 43 31 25 43

4.91 8-6 14 14 1 0 1 80.2 87 51 44 46 53

4.10

5-5 17 15

4.67 15-14 45 37

0

1

0 0

0

68.0 70 38 31 40

62

1 204.1 218 132 106 111 158

DOUG SEFCIK III Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2013

13.50

Career highs

TOTAL

Strikeouts: 11, vs. Washington State (3/8/13

Career highs

Innings pitched: 9.0, at Stephen F. Austin (3/25/12) Pitches: 150, at McNeese State (4/6/12)

13.50

1-0

1-0

6

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4.2

4.2

11

11

8

8

7

7

4

4

5

5

Innings pitched: 1.2, vs. Air Force (2/16/13) Strikeouts: 3, vs. Air Force (2/16/13) Pitches: 41, vs. Air Force (2/16/13)

LOGAN ONDA Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO 2012

2013

TOTAL

7.28 0-4 17 4 0 0 0 38.1 55 33 31 27 33

5.06

1-2 27

0

0

2

0

42.2 60 30 24

4

18

6.11 1-6 44 4 0 2 0 81.0 115 63 55 31 51

MATT SIMS Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2011

2012

Career highs

2013

6.56 1-0 12 3 0 0 0 23.1 26 18 17 21 17

4.91 0-1 22 0 0 7 0 25.2 29 15 14 10 32

2.31

Innings pitched: 5.1, vs. San Jose State (3/28/13)

TOTAL

Pitches: 86, vs. San Jose State (3/28/13)

Career highs

Strikeouts: 5, vs. UT Arlington (4/14/12)

3.86

6-3 28 7-4 62

1 4

0

8

0 15

0

58.1 35 18 15 27

61

0 107.1 90 51 46 58 110

Innings pitched: 6.2, vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13) Strikeouts: 5, vs. Air Force (2/17/13)

Pitches: 87, vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13)

RJ PERUCKI Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2011 .279 56 56 197 28 55 11 2 1 24 14 37 3-4

2012 .284 49 47 162 26 46 6 1 0 31 11 29 7-9

2013

TOTAL

.350

60

60 240 49 84 12

.309 168 163 599 103 185 29

0 12

48

3 13 103

28

53

Career highs

At bats: 6 (four times), last vs. Sacramento State (5/22/13) Runs: 3 (six times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13) Hits: 4 (two times), last vs. Air Force (2/16/13) RBI: 7, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20/13)

Home runs: 1 (13 times), last vs. San Jose State (5/23/13)

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108

1-3

11 -16

GARRETT STAUDT Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO 2012

6.62 0-2 13 0 0 0 0 17.2 21 20 13 10 12

TOTALS 6.62 0-2 13 0 0 0 0 17.2 21 20 13 10 12

Career highs

Innings Pitched: 4.0, vs. TCU (3/13/12) Strikeouts: 4, vs. TCU (3/13/12) Pitches: 63, vs. TCU (3/13/12)

Triples: 1 (three times), last at Central Arkansas (4/27/12) Doubles: 2, vs. Texas Tech (4/5/11)

Stolen bases: 1 (11 times), last at Dallas Baptist (4/28/13)

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NOLAN TRABANINO Career statistics

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

2013

TOTAL

4.38

4-3 20 15

4.38

4-3 20 15

0 0

0

0

0

0

74.0 90 45 36 15 74.0 90 45 36 15

33 33

Career highs Innings pitched: 7.1, vs. Texas-Pan American (2/26/13) Strikeouts: 5 (two times), last vs. Washington State (3/10/13) Pitches: 94, at Louisiana Tech (5/18/13)

MIKE WARREN Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2011

.247 33 27 89 15 22 2 0 0 12 8 11 0-0

2012 .282 37 31 103 21 29 5 1 1 16 11 15 2-3

2013

TOTAL

.318

60

60 217 43 69 11

.293 130 118 409 79 120 18

1

2

3

4

29

57

20 39

22 48

5-7

7-10

Career highs At bats: 5 (12 times), last vs. San Jose State (5/23/13) Runs: 4, vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/3/13) Hits: 5, vs. San Jose State (5/23/13) RBI: 3, vs. Washington State (3/9/12) Home runs: 1 (four times), last vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/9/13) Triples: 1 (two times), last at Tulane (3/15/13) Doubles: 2 (two times), last vs. Baylor (3/26/13) Stolen bases: 1 (seven times), last at Louisiana Tech (5/17/13)

JOHN WELBORN Career statistics

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2012

.260 52 46 169 32 44 8 1 3 20 17 24 11-14

TOTAL

.255 107

2013

.250

55

53 180 29 45

9

99 349 61 89 17

4

5

0

3

21

41

25

42

36

60

6-11

17- 25

Career highs

At bats: 6 (five times), last at Dallas Baptist (4/26/13) Runs: 3 (three times), last vs. Air Force (2/17/13)

Hits: 4 (three times), last vs. Washington State (3/9/13) RBI: 4, vs. Lamar (5/18/12)

Home runs: 1 (3 times), last vs. Lamar (5/18/12)

Triples: 1 (five times), last vs. Dallas Baptist (5/26/13)

Doubles: 1 (17 times), last vs. CSU Bakersfield (5/24/13) Stolen bases: 2, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (2/19/12)

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2012 REVIEW Line scores................................... 24-25 Results.............................................. 26 Cumulative statistics.......................... 27 Southland statistics........................... 28 Individual honors............................... 29 Southland Conference review........... 30

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2013 SEASON LINE SCORES UTSA BY THE NUMBERS Overall................................................ 35-25 WAC....................................................15-11 WAC Tournament................................... 4-0 Home.................................................... 21-9 Away................................................... 10-15 Neutral.................................................... 4-1 Non-WAC games................................ 20-14 vs. Big 10............................................... 1-0 vs. Big 12............................................... 1-1 vs. Conference USA.............................. 1-3 vs. Great West....................................... 2-0 vs. Mountain West................................. 4-0 vs. Pac-12............................................. 3-2 vs. Southeastern................................... 0-2 vs. Southland......................................... 3-2 vs. Summit............................................. 1-0 vs. Sun Belt........................................... 0-3 Doubleheader games............................. 4-0 Game 1 of weekend series..................... 9-4 Game 2 of weekend series..................... 5-8 Game 3 of weekend series..................... 7-5 Game 4 of weekend series..................... 2-0 Sunday................................................... 7-5 Monday................................................... 0-0 Tuesday.................................................. 4-4 Wednesday............................................. 2-2 Thursday................................................ 2-1 Friday....................................................11-5 Saturday................................................. 9-8 One-run games.................................... 10-7 Two-run games....................................... 2-0 Extra-inning games................................ 3-1 Shutouts................................................. 3-2 Number of losing streaks............................3 Longest losing streak.....................4 games Number of winning streaks.........................7 Longest winning streak...................7 games When UTSA scores first......................16-11 When opponent scores first................ 19-14 When UTSA scores 10+........................11-0 When opponent scores 10+................. 1-10 When UTSA leads after 6 innings........ 29-1 When UTSA trails after 6 innings......... 1-22 When tied after 6 innings........................ 5-2 When UTSA leads after 7 innings........ 31-0 When UTSA trails after 7 innings......... 1-22 When tied after 7 innings........................ 2-2 When UTSA leads after 8 innings........ 30-1 When UTSA trails after 8 innings......... 1-21 When tied after 8 innings........................ 2-1 When UTSA has more hits................... 28-1 When opponent has more hits............. 3-23 Equal hits................................................ 4-1 When UTSA homers............................. 21-7 When UTSA hits no home runs.......... 14-18 When opponent homers....................... 10-9 When opponent hits no home runs.... 25-16 Come-from-behind wins...........................20 Longest game.....4:07 at Dallas Baptist (4/26) Shortest game............. 2:02 at Lamar (4/17)

Feb. 15, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Air Force......................000 020 000 - 2 7 3 UTSA...........................100 011 42X - 9 17 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (1-0) LP-Cameron White (0-1) T-2:57

Feb. 16, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Air Force......................000 100 000 - 1 10 4 UTSA...........................000 500 10X - 6 15 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Wesley Cox (1-0) LP-Ben Bertelson (0-1) T-2:55

Feb. 16, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Air Force......................200 032 001 - 8 12 1 UTSA...........................400 701 01X - 1 3 16 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Douglas Sefcik III (1-0) SAVE-Wesley Cox (1) LP-Alex Baker (0-1) T-3:22

Feb. 17, 2013 at Houston, Texas Air Force......................110 101 000 - 4 11 0 UTSA...........................011 121 51X - 1 2 15 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Nolan Trabanino (1-0) LP-Steven Trojan (0-1) T-2:59 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (1)

Feb. 20, 2013 at Corpus Christi, Texas UTSA...........................013 214 242 - 1 9 22 0 A&M-Corpus Christi.....002 000 002 - 4 10 5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Nolan Trabanino (2-0) LP-Tyler Schnuriger (0-2) T-3:29 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (2), RJ Perucki (1)

Feb. 22, 2013 at Lafayette, La. UTSA...........................101 022 000 - 6 11 3 La.-Lafayette...............111 730 50X - 1 8 20 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Cord Cockrell (3-0) LP-Michael Kraft (0-1) T-3:26 HR ULL - Michael Strentz (1), Dylan Butler (1), Blake Trahan (1)

March 8, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Washington State........001 310 001 - 6 11 1 UTSA...........................000 000 300 - 3 9 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Joe Pistorese (1-1) SAVE-J.D. Leckenby (5) LP-Michael Kraft (1-2) T-2:36 HR WSU - Trace Tam Sing (1)

March 9, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Washington State........000 010 110 - 3 10 0 UTSA...........................211 001 43X - 1 2 12 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brock Hartson (2-1) LP-Tanner Chleborad (2-2) T-2:45 HR UTSA - Mike Warren (1), Jessie Baker (1)

March 9, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Washington State........150 100 102 - 1 0 16 2 UTSA...........................121 207 00X - 1 3 17 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (3-0) LP-Sam Triece (0-1) T-2:52 HR WSU - Nick Tanielu (2), Yale Rose (5); UTSA - RJ Perucki (5)

March 10, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Washington State........000 110 100 0 - 3 14 0 UTSA...........................200 000 001 1 - 4 14 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Matt Sims (1-0) LP-J.D. Leckenby (0-1) T-3:16

March 15, 2013 at New Orleans, La. UTSA...........................003 000 000 - 3 9 0 Tulane..........................000 200 000 - 2 6 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (4-0) SAVE-Matt Sims (2) LP-Tony Rizotti (3-2) T-2:35

March 16, 2013 at New Orleans, La. UTSA...........................000 000 100 - 1 7 0 Tulane..........................020 000 00X - 2 8 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Alex Byo (2-2) SAVE-Ian Gibaut (3) LP-Brock Hartson (2-2) T-2:05

Feb. 23, 2013 at Lafayette, La. UTSA...........................300 000 300 - 6 8 3 La.-Lafayette...............012 022 11X - 9 15 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 17, 2013 at New Orleans, La. UTSA...........................001 002 000 - 3 7 1 Tulane..........................500 300 00X - 8 8 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Feb. 24, 2013 at Lafayette, La. UTSA...........................010 000 000 - 1 5 1 La.-Lafayette...............101 000 00X - 2 6 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 20, 2013 at Houston, Texas UTSA...........................000 000 410 - 5 9 2 #18 Rice......................000 140 51X - 11 16 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Feb. 26, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Texas-Pan American...000 000 010 - 1 4 0 UTSA...........................010 000 33X - 7 9 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 22, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas UT Arlington.................000 001 001 - 2 9 1 UTSA...........................000 100 62X - 9 14 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 1, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Omaha.........................000 000 000 - 0 5 0 UTSA...........................003 020 00X - 5 5 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 23, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas UT Arlington.................013 000 030 - 7 15 0 UTSA...........................110 100 012 - 6 12 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 2, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Penn State...................001 000 010 - 2 6 2 UTSA...........................000 300 00X - 3 7 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

March 24, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas 5 14 0 UT Arlington.................005 00(10) 0 - 1 UTSA...........................000 002 0 - 2 4 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Cody Boutte (2-0) SAVE-Matt Hicks (2) LP-Brock Hartson (0-1) T-2:40 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (2); ULL - Tyler Girouard (2)

WP-Austin Robichaux (1-0) SAVE-Matt Hicks (3) LP-Clint Sharp (0-1) T-2:18

WP-Nolan Trabanino (3-0) LP-Dylan Badura (0-2) T-2:28 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (3)

WP-Michael Kraft (1-1) LP-Matt Tew (0-1) T-2:07 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (3), RJ Perucki (4)

WP-Brock Hartson (1-1) SAVE-Matt Sims (1) LP-Steven Hill (0-3) T-2:39

March 3, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Stephen F. Austin........200 100 000 - 3 10 2 UTSA...........................405 102 10X - 1 3 16 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (2-0) LP-Cameron Gann (0-2) T-2:38 HR SFA - Mackenzie Handel (2)

March 5, 2013 at San Marcos, Texas UTSA...........................000 000 000 - 0 7 2 Texas State..................000 113 01X - 6 8 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Covey Morrow (1-0) LP-Nolan Trabanino (3-1) T-2:40

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WP-David Napoli (1-1) LP-Nolan Trabanino (3-2) T-2:34 HR TU - Garrett Cannizaro (2)

WP-Chase McDowell (3-1) LP-Matt Walker (0-1) T-3:15 HR UTSA - Tony Ramirez (1)

WP-Jordan Pacheco (5-0) LP-Brad Vachon (2-2) T-2:53 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (6)

WP-Daniel Milliman (1-1) SAVE-John Beck (2) LP-Brock Hartson (2-3) T-2:48 HR UTSA - John Bormann (1), Jesse Baker (2)

WP-Zach Thompson (2-2) LP-Justin Anderson (0-1) T-2:36

March 26, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Baylor..........................000 012 000 - 3 10 1 UTSA...........................300 002 00X - 5 10 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (6-0) SAVE-Matt Sims (3) LP-Sean Spicer (1-2) T-2:57 UTSA - Daniel Rockett (4)

March 28, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas San Jose State...............250 002 102 - 12 16 1 UTSA...........................200 010 100 - 4 13 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-David Wayne Russo (3-3) LP-Michael Kraft (1-3) T-2:50


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2013 SEASON LINE SCORES March 29, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas San Jose State...............300 042 110 - 11 13 0 UTSA...........................112 102 000 - 7 14 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Jason Kafka (2-2) LP-Jordan Pacheco (6-1) T-2:59 HR SJSU - Nick Schulz (1); UTSA - Daniel Rockett (5), RJ Perucki (7), Riley Good (1)

March 30, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas San Jose State...............200 001 302 - 8 14 3 UTSA...........................200 404 04X - 14 15 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brock Hartson (3-3) LP-Johnny Melero (0-3) T-3:00 HR SJSU - Sheldon Daquioag (1), Matt Carroll (2)

April 2, 2013 at College Station, Texas UTSA...........................300 000 100 - 4 14 5 #18 Texas A&M............000 610 22X - 11 14 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Kyle Martin (3-4) LP-Logan Onda (0-1) T-2:54 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (6)

April 5, 2013 at Bellevue, Wash. UTSA...........................010 101 032 - 8 13 0 Seattle.........................001 000 000 - 1 6 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brock Hartson (4-3) LP-Ted Hammond (1-3) T-2:58 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (8)

April 6, 2013 at Bellevue, Wash. UTSA...........................200 021 201 - 8 10 0 Seattle.........................100 000 003 - 4 9 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jordan Pacheco (7-1) LP-Garrett Anderson (1-5) T-3:13 HR UTSA - Mike Warren (2); SU - Sean Narby (3), Grant Newton (3)

April 9, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.....031 010 000 - 5 13 0 UTSA...........................031 032 30X - 12 17 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Wesley Cox (2-0) LP-Tyler Schnuriger (0-3) T-2:38 HR UTSA - Mike Warren (3)

April 12, 2013 at Bakersfield, Calif. UTSA...........................100 000 002 - 3 7 2 CSU Bakersfield..........010 020 30X - 6 9 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Jeff McKenzie (8-1) SAVE-Taylor Aikenhead (3) LP-Brock Hartson (4-4) T-2:37 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (9)

April 13, 2013 at Bakersfield, Calif. UTSA...........................010 000 000 - 1 5 1 CSU Bakersfield..........040 001 32X - 10 10 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Taylor Aikenhead (5-2) LP-Wesley Cox (2-1) T-2:54

April 14, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas UTSA...........................010 001 003 - 5 9 0 CSU Bakersfield..........001 000 212 - 6 13 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Michael Kraft(6-3) SAVE-Matt Sims(5) LP-Collin Reynolds(3-1) T-2:36

April 17, 2013 at Beaumont, Texas UTSA...........................000 000 000 - 0 3 0 Lamar..........................100 012 00X - 4 8 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Lance Warren (1-1) LP-Michael Kraft (1-5) T-2:02

April 19, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Sacramento State........010 100 000 - 2 4 0 UTSA...........................000 111 13X - 7 11 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brock Hartson (5-4) LP-Ty Nichols (4-4) T-2:25 HR CSUS - Justin Higley (6); UTSA - Tony Ramirez (2)

April 20, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Sacramento State .......020 030 25 - 12 16 1 UTSA...........................100 000 00 - 1 3 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brennan Leitao (5-2) LP-Jordan Pacheco (7-2) T-2:28 HR CSUS - Will Soto (2)

April 21, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Sacramento State .......121 001 000 - 5 10 2 UTSA...........................010 211 03X - 8 11 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 16, 2013 at Ruston, La. UTSA...........................000 001 030 - 4 12 1 Louisiana Tech.............000 000 000 - 0 4 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

April 23, 2013 at Edinburg, Texas UTSA ..........................020 000 000 - 2 11 0 Texas-Pan American...100 000 000 - 1 6 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 17, 2013 at Ruston, La. UTSA...........................004 005 4 - 1 3 16 1 Louisiana Tech.............100 100 0 - 2 7 4 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

April 26, 2013 at Dallas, Texas UTSA...........................021 010 000 000 1 - 5 15 0 Dallas Baptist..............301 000 000 000 0 - 4 10 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 18, 2013 at Ruston, La. UTSA...........................000 000 300 - 3 5 2 Louisiana Tech.............000 200 000 - 2 6 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Matt Sims (2-0) LP-Brandon Creel (5-3) T-2:09 HR CSUS - Justin Higley (7), Andrew Ayers (3); UTSA - Daniel Rockett (7)

WP-Michael Kraft (2-5) SAVE-Matt Sims (4) LP-Matt Daniels (0-4) T-2:51 HR UTSA - Jesse Baker (3)

WP-Matt Sims (3-0) LP-Michael Smith (5-5) T-4:07 HR UTSA - Riley Good (2)

April 27, 2013 at Dallas, Texas UTSA...........................000 002 000 - 2 7 1 Dallas Baptist..............320 000 00X - 5 11 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Brock Hartson (8-4) SAVE-Matt Sims (7) LP-James Ferguson (2-3) T-2:17 HR UTSA - Tony Ramirez (4)

WP-Michael Kraft (5-5) SAVE-Logan Onda (1) LP-Phil Maton (6-6) T-2:20 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (9), Horacio Correa III (1)

WP-Nolan Trabanino (4-3) SAVE-Matt Sims (8) LP-Trevor Petersen (3-6) T-2:15

May 22, 2013 at Grand Prairie, Texas Sacramento State........001 000 010 000 00 - 2 7 2 UTSA...........................000 100 100 000 01 - 3 7 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Cy Sneed (3-3) SAVE-Joseph Shaw (1) LP-Nolan Trabanino (3-3) T-2:29

WP-Matt Sims (5-2) LP-Brandon Creel (8-4) T-3:02 HR CSUS - Andrew Ayers (10); UTSA - RJ Perucki (11), Jesse Baker (4)

April 28, 2013 at Dallas, Texas UTSA...........................004 030 000 - 7 11 2 Dallas Baptist..............000 000 002 - 2 6 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 23, 2013 at Grand Prairie, Texas UTSA...........................400 200 61 - 13 20 0 San Jose State............020 001 00 - 3 8 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

April 30, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Sam Houston State.....100 001 000 - 2 6 0 UTSA...........................000 000 100 - 1 5 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 24, 2013 at Grand Prairie, Texas UTSA...........................000 001 000 - 1 9 0 CSU Bakersfield..........000 000 000 - 0 3 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Michael Kraft (3-5) LP-Cody Beam (3-1) T-2:31 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (8); DBU - Mike Wesolowski (1)

WP-Cody Dickson (7-4) SAVE-Jason Simms (7) LP-Matt Sims (3-1) T-2:07 HR SHSU - Kevin Miller (1); UTSA - Tony Ramirez (3)

May 3, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Texas State..................010 000 010 - 2 11 1 UTSA...........................000 021 00X - 3 6 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Logan Onda (1-2) LP-Kyle Hassna (3-6) T-2:36 HR UTSA - Daniel Rockett (10), RJ Perucki (12)

WP-Matt Sims (6-2) LP-Chuck Buchanan (3-3) T-2:17

May 26, 2013 at Grand Prairie, Texas Dallas Baptist..............020 000 002 - 4 6 4 UTSA...........................000 022 25X - 11 14 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Brock Hartson (6-4) SAVE-Matt Sims (5) LP-Lucas Humpal (3-2) T-3:02

WP-Brock Hartson (9-4) SAVE-Logan Onda (2) LP-Michael Smith (5-7) T-2:51 HR DBU - Austin Listi (9)

May 4, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Texas State..................001 301 030 05 - 1 3 14 3 UTSA...........................002 012 030 00 - 8 12 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

May 31, 2013 at Corvallis, Ore. UTSA...........................100 001 110 - 4 6 1 #3 Oregon State..........000 102 002 - 5 9 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

WP-Hunter Lemke (1-2) LP-Matt Sims (3-2) T-3:53 HR TXST - Nick Smelser (1), Morgan Mickan (2)

May 5, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas Texas State..................000 002 406 - 1 2 17 1 UTSA...........................002 000 100 - 3 10 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Mitchell Pitts (3-3) SAVE-Kyle Finnegan (1) LP-Logan Onda (0-2) T-2:51

May 10, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas New Mexico State.......200 002 000 - 4 5 2 UTSA...........................500 022 00X - 9 12 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Brock Hartson (7-4) LP-Adam Mott (6-5) T-3:14 HR NMSU - Quinnton Mack (4), Robert Lecount (13)

May 11, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas New Mexico State.......000 010 022 - 5 8 0 UTSA...........................100 400 01X - 6 9 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Michael Kraft (4-5) SAVE-Matt Sims (6) LP-Ryan Beck (7-4) T-2:30

May 12, 2013 at San Antonio, Texas New Mexico State.......130 000 000 - 4 9 1 UTSA...........................200 103 00X - 6 7 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Matt Sims (4-2) SAVE-Jordan Pacheco (1) LP-Casey Collins (5-5) T-3:05 HR UTSA - RJ Perucki (10)

May 14, 2013 at Waco, Texas UTSA...........................012 000 000 - 3 8 0 Baylor..........................020 200 00X - 4 10 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Doug Ashby (2-0) SAVE-Crayton Bare (5) LP-Clint Sharp (0-2) T-2:45 HR BU - Wes Mercurio (1)

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WP-Max Engelbrekt (5-1) LP-Matt Sims (6-3) T-3:37

June 1, 2013 at Corvallis, Ore. Texas A&M..................200 031 000 - 6 12 1 UTSA...........................001 000 000 - 1 5 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------WP-Parker Ray (2-1) LP-Brock Hartson (9-5) T-2:49


2014 UTSA BASEBALL DATE Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 March 1 March 2 March 3 March 5 March 8 March 9 March 9 March 10 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 20 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 26 March 28 March 29 March 30 April 2 April 5 April 6 April 9 April 12 April 13 April 14 April 17 April 19 April 20 April 21 April 23 April 26 April 27 April 28 April 30 May 3 May 4 May 5 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 14 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 26 May 31 June 1

2013 RESULTS

OPPONENT RESULT SCORE AIR FORCE W 9-2 AIR FORCE W 6-1 AIR FORCE W 13-8 AIR FORCE W 12-4 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi W 19-4 at Louisiana-Lafayette L 6-18 at Louisiana-Lafayette L 6-9 at Louisiana-Lafayette L 1-2 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 7-1 OMAHA ^ W 5-0 PENN STATE ^ W 3-2 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN ^ W 13-3 at Texas State L 0-6 WASHINGTON STATE L 3-6 WASHINGTON STATE W 12-3 WASHINGTON STATE W 13-10 WASHINGTON STATE W 4-3 (10) at Tulane W 3-2 at Tulane L 1-2 at Tulane L 3-8 at Rice L 5-11 UT ARLINGTON * W 9-2 UT ARLINGTON * L 6-7 UT ARLINGTON * L 2-15 (7) BAYLOR + W 5-3 SAN JOSE STATE * L 4-12 SAN JOSE STATE * L 7-11 SAN JOSE STATE * W 14-8 at Texas A&M L 4-11 at Seattle * W 8-1 at Seattle * W 8-4 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI W 12-5 at CSU Bakersfield * L 3-6 at CSU Bakersfield * L 1-10 at CSU Bakersfield * L 5-6 at Lamar L 0-4 SACRAMENTO STATE * W 7-2 SACRAMENTO STATE * L 1-12 (8) SACRAMENTO STATE * W 8-5 at Texas-Pan American W 2-1 at Dallas Baptist * W 5-4 (13) at Dallas Baptist * L 2-5 at Dallas Baptist * W 7-2 SAM HOUSTON STATE L 1-2 TEXAS STATE * W 3-2 TEXAS STATE * L 8-13 (11) TEXAS STATE * L 3-12 NEW MEXICO STATE * W 9-4 NEW MEXICO STATE * W 6-5 NEW MEXICO STATE * W 6-4 at Baylor L 3-4 at Louisiana Tech * W 4-0 at Louisiana Tech * W 13-2 (7) at Louisiana Tech * W 3-2 vs. Sacramento State % W 3-2 (14) vs. San Jose State % W 13-3 (8) vs. CSU Bakersfield % W 1-0 vs. Dallas Baptist % W 11-4 at Oregon State # L 4-5 vs. Texas A&M # L 1-6

* denotes Western Athletic Conference game

+ game played at Wolff Stadium

OVERALL 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 9-4 9-5 10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 13-6 13-7 13-8 14-8 14-9 14-10 15-10 15-11 15-12 16-12 16-13 17-13 18-13 19-13 19-14 19-15 19-16 19-17 20-17 20-18 21-18 22-18 23-18 23-19 24-19 24-20 25-20 25-21 25-22 26-22 27-22 28-22 28-23 29-23 30-23 31-23 32-23 33-23 34-23 35-23 35-24 35-25

^ UTSA Classic

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WAC PITCHER OF RECORD ATTENDANCE TIME 0-0 Pacheco (W 1-0) 458 2:57 0-0 Cox (W 1-0) - 2:55 0-0 Sefcik III (W 1-0) 466 3:22 0-0 Trabanino (W 1-0) 465 2:59 0-0 Trabanino (W 2-0) 331 3:29 0-0 Kraft (L 0-1) 1877 3:26 0-0 Hartson (L 0-1) 2040 2:40 0-0 Sharp (L 0-1) 2058 2:18 0-0 Trabanino (W 3-0) 120 2:28 0-0 Kraft (W 1-1) 254 2:07 0-0 Hartson (W 1-1) 350 2:39 0-0 Pacheco (W 2-0) 178 2:38 0-0 Trabanino (L 3-1) 1489 2:40 0-0 Kraft (L 1-2) 206 2:36 0-0 Hartson (W 2-1) - 2:45 0-0 Pacheco (W 3-0) 188 2:52 0-0 Sims (W 1-0) 194 3:16 0-0 Pacheco (W 4-0) 1842 2:35 0-0 Hartson (L 2-2) 1858 2:05 0-0 Trabanino (L 3-2) 1917 2:34 0-0 Walker (L 0-1) 3052 3:15 1-0 Pacheco (W 5-0) 279 2:53 1-1 Hartson (L 2-3) 187 2:48 1-2 Anderson (L 0-1) 194 2:36 1-2 Pacheco (W 6-0) 233 2:57 1-3 Kraft (L 1-3) 289 2:50 1-4 Pacheco (L 6-1) 204 2:59 2-4 Hartson (W 3-3) 151 3:00 2-4 Onda (L 0-1) 3335 2:54 3-4 Hartson (W 4-3) 105 2:58 4-4 Pacheco (W 7-1) 153 3:13 4-4 Cox (W 2-0) 254 2:38 4-5 Hartson (L 4-4) 507 2:37 4-6 Kraft (L 1-4) 503 2:20 4-7 Cox (L 2-1) 403 2:54 4-7 Kraft (L 1-5) 432 2:02 5-7 Hartson (W 5-4) 208 2:25 5-8 Pacheco (L 7-2) 153 2:28 6-8 Sims (W 2-0) 181 2:09 6-8 Kraft (W 2-5) 324 2:51 7-8 Sims (W 3-0) 714 4:07 7-9 Trabanino (L 3-3) 724 2:29 8-9 Kraft (W 3-5) 429 2:31 8-9 Sims (L 3-1) 217 2:07 9-9 Hartson (W 6-4) 551 3:02 9-10 Sims (L 3-2) 271 3:53 9-11 Onda (L 0-2) 255 2:51 10-11 Hartson (W 7-4) 133 3:14 11-11 Kraft (W 4-5) 166 2:30 12-11 Sims (W 4-2) 171 3:05 12-11 Sharp (L 0-2) 2904 2:45 13-11 Hartson (W 8-4) 258 2:17 14-11 Kraft (W 5-5) 274 2:20 15-11 Trabanino (W 4-3) 675 2:15 15-11 Sims (W 5-2) 1204 3:02 15-11 Onda (W 1-2) 1040 2:36 15-11 Sims (W 6-2) 1339 2:17 15-11 Hartson (W 9-4) 1505 2:51 15-11 Sims (L 6-3) 3222 3:37 15-11 Hartson (L 9-5) 2518 2:49

() extra inning game

% WAC Tournament game

# NCAA Regional game


INFORMATION GUIDE

2013 CUMULATIVE STATISTICS BATTING STATISTICS

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT Perucki, RJ .350 60 60 240 49 84 12 0 12 48 132 .550 28 1 42 7 .412 5 3 1 3 Good, Riley .335 59 59 251 50 84 11 6 2 33 113 .450 16 4 34 1 .380 3 2 11 16 Rockett, Daniel .328 48 48 201 39 66 13 2 10 48 113 .562 21 6 46 3 .403 3 2 6 8 Warren, Mike .318 60 60 217 43 69 11 1 3 29 91 .419 20 23 22 8 .426 3 4 5 7 Correa III, Horacio .304 58 58 230 31 70 9 0 1 37 82 .357 14 4 25 3 .351 3 5 1 1 Ramirez, Tony .289 54 53 194 34 56 10 0 4 26 78 .402 25 7 44 4 .388 1 0 1 2 Bormann, John .286 60 60 231 32 66 13 0 1 29 82 .355 16 7 38 1 .349 1 8 4 6 Baker, Jesse .270 60 57 215 28 58 12 1 4 34 84 .391 10 4 57 3 .306 6 3 1 4 Welborn, John .250 55 53 180 29 45 9 4 0 21 62 .344 25 9 36 1 .366 2 4 6 11 ----------------------- Garza, Rodney .274 37 28 106 18 29 6 1 0 19 37 .349 10 4 14 2 .352 2 2 0 1 Gibbs, Grant .143 7 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 1 0 1 1 .250 0 0 0 0 Anderson, Justin .071 10 2 14 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 .071 3 0 4 0 .235 0 0 0 0 Wood, Jake .000 7 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Keplinger, Andrew .000 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Salois, Nick .000 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Totals Opponents

.299 60 60 2101 356 629 106 15 37 325 876 .417 189 69 368 34 .371 29 33 36 59 .286 60 60 2067 311 591 108 15 27 286 810 .392 182 58 327 36 .357 23 37 20 52

LOB - Team (496), Opp (460). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (47). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (6), Rockett 2, Anderson 1, Warren 1, Perucki 1, Good 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Baker 2, Good 2, Bormann 1, Ramirez 1, Perucki 1, Warren 1, Correa III 1, Welborn 1.

PITCHING STATISTICS

Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CB SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HB BK Hartson, Brock 3.40 9 5 17 17 1 0 1 0 106.0 108 44 40 27 50 23 4 6 395 .273 4 7 1 Kraft, Michael 4.10 5 5 17 15 0 0 1 0 68.0 70 38 31 40 62 15 1 2 260 .269 1 5 0 Pacheco, Jordan 4.25 7 2 25 3 0 0 1 1 72.0 76 46 34 18 40 13 2 6 278 .273 7 8 0 Trabanino, Nolan 4.38 4 3 20 15 0 0 1 0 74.0 90 45 36 15 33 17 5 3 297 .303 3 7 0 ----------------------- Langley, Jordan 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 5 .200 0 0 0 Denman, Blake 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 Sims, Matt 2.31 6 3 28 1 0 0 2 8 58.1 35 18 15 27 61 5 2 1 199 .176 2 5 1 Cox, Wesley 4.08 2 1 26 1 0 0 0 1 46.1 52 24 21 17 26 8 0 1 180 .289 7 5 0 Onda, Logan 5.06 1 2 27 0 0 0 1 2 42.2 60 30 24 4 18 6 1 4 182 .330 2 5 2 Walker, Matt 5.40 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 11.2 18 12 7 3 5 4 0 1 48 .375 2 3 0 Anderson, Justin 6.30 0 1 7 3 0 0 0 0 10.0 17 8 7 8 3 2 0 0 43 .395 2 3 0 Sharp, Clint 8.57 0 2 16 5 0 0 0 0 34.2 50 36 33 16 21 10 0 2 144 .347 1 10 0 Salois, Nick 9.00 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 9 .333 1 0 0 Sefcik III, Douglas 13.50 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 11 8 7 4 5 3 0 1 26 .423 0 0 0 Totals 4.35 35 25 60 60 1 3 3 12 532.0 591 311 257 182 327 108 15 27 2067 .286 32 58 4 Opponents 5.14 25 35 60 60 0 2 2 10 523.1 629 356 299 189 368 106 15 37 2101 .299 44 69 9 PB - Team (3), Bormann 3, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (19), Bormann 14, Pacheco 2, Hartson 2, Trabanino 1, Opp (10). SBA/ATT - Bormann (20-51), Hartson (3-11), Kraft (3-9), Sharp (4-8), Sims (1-5), Trabanino (2-5), Pacheco (2-5), Cox (2-4), Walker (1-2), Sefcik III (1-1), Anderson (0-1), Onda (1-1). .

FIELDING STATISTICS

Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Hartson, Brock 31 7 24 0 1.000 4 3 8 .273 0 0 Sims, Matt 14 7 7 0 1.000 1 1 4 .200 0 0 Cox, Wesley 14 5 9 0 1.000 0 2 2 .500 0 0 Onda, Logan 10 5 5 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Sharp, Clint 7 2 5 0 1.000 0 4 4 .500 0 0 Ramirez, Tony 3 3 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Wood, Jake 3 3 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Anderson, Justin 3 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 Sefcik III, Douglas 2 0 2 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Bormann, John 407 338 67 2 .995 5 20 31 .392 3 0 Rockett, Daniel 151 148 2 1 .993 0 0 0 - 0 0 Garza, Rodney 113 52 60 1 .991 14 0 0 - 0 0 Warren, Mike 517 467 39 11 .979 42 0 0 - 0 0 Good, Riley 133 125 5 3 .977 2 0 0 - 0 0 Welborn, John 150 143 3 4 .973 1 0 0 - 0 0

Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Baker, Jesse 191 114 69 8 .958 20 0 0 - 0 0 Pacheco, Jordan 21 8 12 1 .952 2 2 3 .400 0 0 Correa III, Horacio 233 75 143 15 .936 18 0 0 - 0 0 Perucki, RJ 230 83 130 17 .926 21 0 0 - 0 0 Trabanino, Nolan 25 6 17 2 .920 0 2 3 .400 0 0 Kraft, Michael 11 3 6 2 .818 1 3 6 .333 0 0 Walker, Matt 3 0 2 1 .667 0 1 1 .500 0 0 Salois, Nick 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Denman, Blake 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Keplinger, Andrew 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Langley, Jordan 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Gibbs, Grant 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 TOTALS 2273 1596 608 69 .970 50 20 32 .385 3 0 OPPONENTS 2222 1570 567 85 .962 47 36 23 .610 10 1

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2014 UTSA BASEBALL

2013 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS BATTING STATISTICS

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT Perucki, RJ .367 26 26 98 21 36 5 0 5 17 56 .571 16 0 17 3 .444 3 3 1 1 Correa III, Horacio .351 25 25 97 12 34 4 0 1 21 41 .423 6 2 10 1 .393 2 1 0 0 Good, Riley .324 25 25 105 20 34 4 3 2 14 50 .476 7 2 13 0 .371 2 0 5 7 Baker, Jesse .289 26 26 97 12 28 5 0 1 14 36 .371 5 1 24 1 .318 4 0 0 1 Bormann, John .280 26 26 100 14 28 3 0 1 14 34 .340 7 4 16 0 .348 1 3 1 2 Rockett, Daniel .275 23 23 102 20 28 4 1 4 24 46 .451 8 3 21 3 .342 1 1 3 3 Warren, Mike .261 26 26 92 19 24 3 0 1 11 30 .326 13 9 10 2 .397 2 0 4 6 Ramirez, Tony .250 24 24 84 16 21 5 0 2 8 32 .381 15 2 17 2 .373 1 0 0 0 Welborn, John .236 22 21 72 11 17 3 0 0 9 20 .278 8 2 13 1 .321 2 2 2 3 ----------------------- Garza, Rodney .271 18 12 48 7 13 3 0 0 8 16 .333 3 1 7 1 .321 1 1 0 1 Wood, Jake .000 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Gibbs, Grant .000 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 Anderson, Justin .000 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Keplinger, Andrew .000 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 Totals .290 26 26 906 152 263 39 4 17 140 361 .398 88 26 151 15 .363 19 11 16 24 Opponents .290 26 26 917 156 266 49 10 14 145 377 .411 87 24 137 11 .363 11 15 10 19 LOB - Team (218), Opp (203). DPs turned - Team (17), Opp (19). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), Rockett 1, Perucki 1, Warren 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Correa III 1, Good 1, Baker 1.

PITCHING STATISTICS

Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CB SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HB BK Hartson, Brock 3.61 6 2 9 9 0 0 1 0 57.1 57 23 23 17 30 13 2 4 209 .273 4 4 0 Kraft, Michael 4.58 3 2 9 8 0 0 0 0 35.1 36 20 18 23 27 9 0 1 136 .265 0 2 0 Pacheco, Jordan 4.89 2 2 14 2 0 0 0 1 42.1 46 31 23 12 20 5 1 3 170 .271 2 3 0 Trabanino, Nolan 5.97 1 1 7 6 0 0 0 0 28.2 38 22 19 5 8 6 4 2 117 .325 2 3 0 ----------------------- Denman, Blake 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 Sims, Matt 4.01 3 1 12 0 0 0 1 4 24.2 20 14 11 12 30 3 2 1 90 .222 1 2 0 Onda, Logan 5.21 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 1 19.0 30 13 11 2 10 5 1 2 87 .345 2 1 1 Cox, Wesley 7.50 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 12.0 14 11 10 7 7 3 0 1 49 .286 3 3 0 Anderson, Justin 8.31 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 4.1 6 4 4 3 1 0 0 0 19 .316 1 3 0 Walker, Matt 13.50 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 8 5 4 0 0 3 0 0 15 .533 0 2 0 Sharp, Clint 19.80 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 11 12 11 4 4 2 0 0 24 .458 0 1 0 Sefcik III, Douglas 99.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 Totals 5.24 15 11 26 26 0 1 1 6 231.2 266 156 135 87 137 49 10 14 917 .290 15 24 1 Opponents 4.84 11 15 26 26 0 0 0 4 227.0 263 152 122 88 151 39 4 17 906 .290 22 26 5 PB - Team (0), Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (8), Bormann 5, Hartson 2, Pacheco 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Bormann (10-18), Hartson (2-6), Kraft (2-4), Sims (1-3), Pacheco (1-2), Onda (1-1), Trabanino (1-1), Sharp (1-1), Cox (1-1).

FIELDING STATISTICS

Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Hartson, Brock 20 6 14 0 1.000 2 2 4 .333 0 0 Sims, Matt 8 2 6 0 1.000 0 1 2 .333 0 0 Cox, Wesley 7 3 4 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Anderson, Justin 2 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Onda, Logan 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Walker, Matt 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Wood, Jake 1 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Bormann, John 163 139 23 1 .994 1 10 8 .556 0 0 Rockett, Daniel 84 82 1 1 .988 0 0 0 - 0 0 Garza, Rodney 39 18 20 1 .974 2 0 0 - 0 0 Baker, Jesse 96 57 36 3 .969 12 0 0 - 0 0 Warren, Mike 224 198 18 8 .964 12 0 0 - 0 0 Correa III, Horacio 96 33 59 4 .958 6 0 0 - 0 0 Perucki, RJ 87 31 52 4 .954 5 0 0 - 0 0

Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Good, Riley 64 58 3 3 .953 2 0 0 - 0 0 Welborn, John 59 55 1 3 .949 0 0 0 - 0 0 Pacheco, Jordan 14 6 7 1 .929 0 1 1 .500 0 0 Trabanino, Nolan 10 3 6 1 .900 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Kraft, Michael 7 2 3 2 .714 0 2 2 .500 0 0 Ramirez, Tony 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Gibbs, Grant 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Denman, Blake 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Sharp, Clint 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 Sefcik III, Douglas 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Keplinger, Andrew 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 TOTALS 983 695 256 32 .967 17 10 9 .526 0 0 OPPONENTS 968 681 248 39 .960 19 16 8 .667 3 1

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2013 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE REVIEW

WAC FINAL STANDINGS

ALL-WAC TEAMS

WAC OVERALL TEAM W L T PCT W L T PCT CSU Bakersfield 18 9 0 .667 37 22 0 .627 UT Arlington 18 9 0 .667 31 27 0 .534 Texas State 16 11 0 .593 29 29 0 .500 UTSA 15 11 0 .577 35 25 0 .583 Sacramento State 14 13 0 .519 34 25 0 .576 New Mexico State 13 14 0 .481 29 28 0 .509 Dallas Baptist 13 14 0 .481 30 30 0 .500 San Jose State 11 16 0 .407 17 41 0 .293 Seattle 10 16 0 .385 21 33 0 .389 Louisiana Tech 6 21 0 .222 19 37 0 .339

2013 WAC TOURNAMENT May 22-26 | quiktrip park | Grand Prairie, texas wednesday, may 22 Game 1: No. 4 UTSA 3, No. 5 Sacramento State 2 (14) Game 2: No. 1 CSU Bakersfield 11, No. 8 San Jose State 3 Game 3: No. 2 UT Arlington 2, No. 7 Dallas Baptist 0 THURSDAY, may 23 Game 4: No. 3 Texas State 9, No. 6 New Mexico State 4 Game 5: No. 4 UTSA 13, No. 8 San Jose State 3 (8) Game 6: No. 1 CSU Bakersfield 7, No. 5 Sacramento State 1 FRIDAY, may 24 Game 7: No. 7 Dallas Baptist 7, No. 3 Texas State 5 Game 8: No. 6 New Mexico State 4, No. 2 UT Arlington 3 Game 9: No. 4 UTSA 1, No. 1 CSU Bakersfield 0 SATURDAY, may 25 Game 10: No. 5 Sacramento State 3, No. 8 San Jose State 0 Game 11: No. 7 Dallas Baptist 12, No. 6 New Mexico State 4 Game 12: No. 3 Texas State 11, No. 2 UT Arlington 2 SUNDAY, May 26 Game 13: No. 4 UTSA 11, No. 7 Dallas Baptist 4 2013 WAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Matt Sims, P, UTSA (MVP) Michael Miller, C, Dallas Baptist Oscar Sanay, INF, CSU Bakersfield Colby Targun, INF, Texas State Andrew Ayers, INF, Sacramento State Kyle Phillips, OF, New Mexico State Brock Hartson, P, UTSA Mike Wesolowski, INF, Dallas Baptist Riley Good, OF, UTSA RJ Perucki, INF, UTSA John Bormann, C, UTSA

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tyler Shryock, Jr., INF, CSU Bakersfield PITCHER OF THE YEAR Jeff McKenzie, Sr., CSU Bakersfield FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Chris Lewis, Fr., DH, Sacramento State COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Kernen, CSU Bakersfield FIRST TEAM

Tyler Shryock Jr. Robert Lecount Sr. Oscar Sanay Jr. Duncan McAlpine Sr. RJ Perucki Jr. Nate Roberts Sr. Tanner Rust Jr. Cody Lovejoy So. Cael Brockmeyer Jr. Michael Miller Jr. Chris Lewis Fr. Matt Shortall Jr. Scott Brattvet Sr. Brennan Leitao So. Phil Maton So. Jeff McKenzie Sr. Sutter McLoughlin Fr. Michael Smith Sr.

SECOND TEAM

Mylz Jones Andrew Ayers Garrett Mattlage Matt Carroll Austin Listi Ronnie Mitchell Michael Medina Kevin Sah Andre Mercurio Daniel Rockette Riley Good Greg McCall Brock Hartson Kyle Hassna Lucas Humpal Hunter Lemke Evan Mott Brad Vachon

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

INF INF INF INF INF INF INF OF C C DH DH P P P P P P

CSU Bakersfield New Mexico State CSU Bakersfield Dallas Baptist UTSA Seattle New Mexico State Texas State CSU Bakersfield Dallas Baptist Sacramento State UT Arlington CSU Bakersfield Sacramento State Louisiana Tech CSU Bakersfield Sacramento State Dallas Baptist

INF INF INF INF INF OF OF OF OF OF OF C P P P P P P

CSU Bakersfield Sacramento State Texas State San Jose State Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist New Mexico State Texas State San Jose State UTSA UTSA UT Arlington UTSA San Jose State Texas State Texas State New Mexico State UT Arlington


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

2013 NCAA CORVALLIS REGIONAL No. 3 Oregon State

Texas A&M

UC Santa Barbara

2013 NCAA CORVALLIS ALL-REGIONAL TEAM

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Dylan Davis, OF, Oregon State P: Andrew Moore, Oregon State P: Ben Wetzler, Oregon State C: Jake Rodriguez, Oregon State 1B: Cole Lankford, Texas A&M 2B: Andy Peterson, Oregon State 3B: Hunter Melton, Texas A&M SS: Mikey Reynolds, Texas A&M OF: Dylan Davis, Oregon State OF: Luke Swenson, UC Santa Barbara OF: Joey Epperson, UC Santa Barbara DH: Ryan Barnes, Oregon State

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INFORMATION GUIDE

HISTORY All-time results.............................. 32-38 All-time series records.................. 39-43 Southland Championships........... 44-46 No-hitter............................................. 47 Cycles................................................ 47 All-Americans............................... 48-49 Southland honors.............................. 49 Honors.......................................... 50-51 Major League Baseball...................... 52 Coaching records.............................. 52 Year-by-year team statistics......... 53-54

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2014 UTSA BASEBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1992 (Coach: Jimmy Shankle) Record: 19-35 Home: 10-12 • Away: 9-20 • Neutral: 0-3

1993 (Coach: Jimmy Shankle) Record: 21-34 • Southland: 9-15 Home: 10-10 • Away: 9-18 • Neutral: 2-6

1994 (Coach: Jimmy Shankle) Record: 39-18 • Southland: 12-8 Home: 23-6 • Away: 14-10 • Neutral: 2-2

Feb. 8

Feb. 1

at Houston

Feb. 12

Feb. 7

Concordia Texas

Feb. 8

Texas-Pan American ^

Texas-Pan American ^

Feb. 9

Texas-Pan American ^

Feb. 13

at Texas Lutheran

Feb. 13

at Texas Lutheran

Feb. 15

at St. Mary’s

Feb. 21

at Grand Canyon

Feb. 15 Feb. 22

at St. Mary’s vs. Utah

Feb. 22

at Grand Canyon

Feb. 28

vs. Central Michigan

Feb. 23

at Grand Canyon

Feb. 28

at Texas-Pan American

March 5

at Concordia Texas

Feb. 29

March 5

March 7

at Texas-Pan American

at Concordia Texas

McNeese State ^

March 8

McNeese State ^

March 11

Texas State ^

March 8

March 11

March 13

March 14 March 16 March 17

McNeese State ^

Texas State ^

Southeastern Oklahoma State ^

at St. Mary’s

at La.-Lafayette at La.-Lafayette

March 20

Concordia-Portland ^

March 21

Concordia Wisconsin ^

March 20

March 21

March 24 March 24 March 25

March 31 April 1 April 4

April 4

April 5

April 7

April 7

April 13

April 13

April 14

April 14

April 17

Concordia Wisconsin ^ Concordia-Portland ^ Incarnate Word ^ Incarnate Word ^ at Trinity

L, 8-9

L, 6-9

W, 12-5 L, 1-2

L, 3-4

W, 10-7

Feb. 19

vs. Houston Baptist ^

Feb. 20

L, 1-7

Feb. 26

L, 14-22 L, 6-17 L, 1-3

May 2

May 3

Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Feb. 27

at Incarnate Word

vs. Houston Baptist ^

March 6

at La.-Monroe *

L, 1-4

L, 2-5

March 7

March 10

March 10

L, 1-9

March 13

L, 2-12

March 14

L, 3-5

L, 3-11

W, 16-0 (6) L, 3-10 W, 5-1

W, 11-2

St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

March 26 March 30

March 31

W, 8-4 W, 7-3 L, 4-5

W, 7-4 W, 9-6 L, 6-7

L, 0-8

L, 1-8

at Grand Canyon

L, 6-13

at Arizona State

L, 8-12

at Arizona State Doane Doane

at #1 Texas

Incarnate Word

L, 4-15

at Incarnate Word

vs. St. Edward’s

at Concordia Texas

at Stephen F. Austin

at Stephen F. Austin St. Edward’s ^

Concordia Texas ^

Houston Baptist ^ Houston Baptist ^ at Texas State

at Texas State

at Texas State

^ played at Boerne High School Stadium (Boerne, Texas)

Nicholls * at Baylor

at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State *

L, 4-7

April 10

at Sam Houston State *

L, 2-3

April 14

at Trinity

L, 7-8 L, 7-8

L, 3-4

April 12 April 17 April 17

Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27

Feb. 27

March 2 March 2 March 4 March 5 March 5 March 9

at TCU

St. Edward’s

Stephen F. Austin * Stephen F. Austin *

March 12 March 13 March 16 March 19 March 19

L, 5-8

L, 3-4

March 23 March 26 March 27

March 29

Texas Southern

Texas Southern Houston Houston

Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Penn State

UT Arlington * UT Arlington * at Rice

Schreiner

La.-Monroe * La.-Monroe * at #15 Texas

W, 5-1 L, 2-9

L, 4-8

L, 0-5

L, 5-13

W, 10-8

L, 6-9

April 5

Texas State * Incarnate Word

W, 5-4 L, 3-6

at Sam Houston State *

April 17

at Nicholls *

W, 2-0 W, 8-2

April 9

W, 15-3

April 12

L, 6-8

April 17

W, 7-5

W, 6-5 L, 2-10 L, 3-12

L, 0-2

L, 2-4

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L, 3-5

W, 12-5

April 10

Northwestern State * Northwestern State *

W, 8-3

W, 9-4

W, 4-3

May 8

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Sullivan Field (San Antonio, Texas) + played at Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas)

L, 2-3

at Sam Houston State *

L, 8-9

May 9

L, 1-7

April 9

Texas State *

Northwestern State *

W, 9-2

W, 3-2 (12)

L, 1-6

May 3

May 8

W, 3-1

L, 12-13

W, 8-2

Texas State *

L, 1-5

W, 1-0 (14)

Texas State *

Texas State *

May 2

L, 2-3

April 2

April 2

at Sam Houston State *

at Texas A&M at Nicholls *

Concordia Texas

May 2

W, 5-1

L, 5-12

April 23

L, 9-10

W, 5-4

W, 8-7

W, 3-2

at #5 Texas A&M

W, 10-2

Texas State *

at McNeese State *

April 27

W, 9-0

L, 1-10

April 1

April 24

L, 5-6 (10)

W, 14-0

L, 2-4

W, 9-3

at McNeese State *

W, 11-0

L, 5-11

at Stephen F. Austin *

at Nicholls *

April 25

W, 6-0

W, 7-1

April 18

W, 9-4

W, 9-7

at Stephen F. Austin *

W, 8-3

at McNeese State *

W, 10-9

W, 13-0

Stephen F. Austin *

April 24

L, 2-3

W, 7-3

Prairie View A&M

Prairie View A&M

April 18

at Houston

W, 11-4

W, 10-2

L, 1-5

April 21

W, 9-1

Baylor

La.-Monroe *

April 9

Texas Lutheran ^

Feb. 23

at TCU

March 26

L, 0-4

at Incarnate Word

Feb. 20

at TCU

W, 5-1

W, 12-6

L, 4-14

April 9

Feb. 19

at Houston

at Stephen F. Austin *

Nicholls *

L, 3-5

Feb. 19

at Houston

March 20

April 5

at Nicholls

Feb. 16

at Texas Southern

L, 0-11

W, 12-2

Texas Lutheran ^

Feb. 16

UT Arlington *

at Nicholls

April 6

Feb. 15

March 12

W, 6-2

L, 0-7

W, 12-3

L, 6-7

L, 0-8

Nicholls *

at Nicholls

at Prairie View A&M

at UT Arlington *

April 4 April 4

Feb. 12

Penn State

W, 13-3 W, 8-6

W, 14-5

at Prairie View A&M

March 9

at Trinity

at Houston

at Incarnate Word

L, 2-3

at Grand Canyon

March 26

L, 4-5

Feb. 11

at UT Arlington *

March 21 March 23

W, 4-3

W, 7-2

at Grand Canyon

March 22

W, 9-1

L, 2-15

at La.-Monroe *

March 19

W, 13-5

L, 0-8

L, 6-14

at UT Arlington *

March 20

L, 0-5

at La.-Monroe *

March 13

L, 4-5

W, 8-3

W, 6-0

W, 5-0

vs. Texas Lutheran ^

L, 0-3

W, 6-0

W, 4-3

vs. Texas Lutheran ^ at Schreiner

March 6

L, 1-7

L, 4-12

at Texas Lutheran

March 3

L, 7-8

L, 5-6

vs. Baylor +

L, 4-5

W, 8-2

May 2

Feb. 17

L, 12-16

St. Edward’s ^

April 25

vs. TCU ^

L, 3-5

April 21

April 25

Feb. 13

vs. TCU ^ vs. TCU ^

W, 3-2

April 22

Feb. 13

Concordia Texas

Feb. 14

W, 8-7

at Stephen F. Austin

April 21

Feb. 7

at Houston

W, 7-6

April 17 April 18

Feb. 1

L, 2-3

L, 3-9 W, 12-11

April 20

April 23 April 24 April 27 May 1 May 5 May 7

May 15 May 18

May 19 May 27 May 28

St. Edward’s

Concordia Texas Concordia Texas at Baylor

McNeese State Rice

at Northwestern State *

vs. Sam Houston State ^ vs. McNeese State ^

at Northwestern State ^ vs. #19 Nevada +

vs. Arkansas State +

* Southland Conference game ^ Southland Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La.) + NCAA Central Regional (Austin, Texas)

L, 3-5 L, 1-3 L, 1-4

L, 1-2 L, 2-6

W, 10-0 W, 3-2 W, 4-3 W, 8-3 W, 7-6 W, 3-1

W, 21-1 W, 7-0 W, 3-2

W, 10-5 W, 7-6

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

1995 (Coach: Jimmy Shankle) Record: 31-23 • Southland: 13-11 Home: 20-12 • Away: 10-10 • Neutral: 1-1

1996 (Coach: Mickey Lashley) Record: 26-26 • Southland: 17-13 Home: 16-10 • Away: 9-13 • Neutral: 1-3

1997 (Coach: Mickey Lashley) Record: 20-36 • Southland: 12-18 Home: 10-12 • Away: 8-22 • Neutral: 2-2

Feb. 4

W, 14-8

Feb. 10

Arkansas

Feb. 9

at Lamar

W, 5-4 (14)

Feb. 13

Incarnate Word

L, 10-16

Feb. 14

at Texas-Pan American

at Prairie View A&M

W, 25-1

Feb. 15

at Texas-Pan American

L, 7-21

Feb. 16

Prairie View A&M

Feb. 4

Texas-Pan American

Feb. 5

Texas-Pan American

Feb. 7

Feb. 10

Texas-Pan American Incarnate Word

#7 Oklahoma State ^

W, 5-4

W, 10-1

L, 1-2 (10)

Feb. 11

#7 Oklahoma State ^

Feb. 18

Stephen F. Austin *

W, 11-2

Stpehen F. Austin *

W, 7-1

Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 22

Feb. 24

#7 Oklahoma State ^ Stephen F. Austin * at Texas A&M Baylor

vs. Illinois +

Feb. 25

vs. Illinois +

Feb. 26

at Texas-Pan American

Feb. 25 March 1

March 8

March 11

at Texas-Pan American at Incarnate Word

at Houston

at UT Arlington *

L, 13-21 L, 3-12 W, 7-0 W, 9-4

L, 10-17 L, 6-8

W, 6-4 W, 5-4

W, 3-2 (10) L, 0-5

L, 4-5

L, 3-8

March 11

at UT Arlington *

W, 3-1

March 15

VCU

W, 5-2

March 12 March 17

at UT Arlington * Illinois

W, 4-1 L, 0-3

March 18

Illinois

W, 8-6

March 21

Houston

L, 7-12

March 19 March 25

March 25

Notre Dame ^ at La.-Monroe *

at La.-Monroe *

W, 7-3

W, 24-12

April 8

at Texas

Sam Houston State *

April 8

Sam Houston State *

April 11

at Incarnate Word

April 9

April 12

April 14 April 15

Nicholls *

Texas Lutheran

April 25

St. Edward’s

April 29

April 29

April 30

May 3

May 6 May 6

May 7

L, 7-9

W, 10-1

W, 7-6 (10)

April 19

April 26

L, 4-14

Schreiner

Nicholls *

April 25

W, 4-3

W, 8-7 (10)

April 15 April 18

L, 6-16

Sam Houston State *

Nicholls *

at Baylor

St. Edward’s

National Christian

at McNeese State *

at McNeese State *

at McNeese State *

Incarnate Word

Northwestern State * Northwestern State *

Northwestern State *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Municipal Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + played at Jody Ramsey Stadium (Edinburg, Texas)

Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28

March 2

March 3

March 3 March 6 March 9 March 9

March 10 March 12 March 16

March 16 March 17

March 23

March 23

at Rice

vs. Lamar

vs. Louisville

W, 7-2

W, 6-3

March 26 March 30

April 13

April 13 April 14

April 16

L, 4-8

Feb. 16 Feb. 22

at Texas-Pan American

Prairie View A&M at Arkansas

W, 17-5

McNeese State * McNeese State *

W, 17-0 W, 16-2

W, 8-7

at Texas

L, 3-14

at Northwestern State *

L, 7-10

at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State *

W, 7-5

March 2

March 3 March 4 March 8 March 8 March 9

March 15

at McNeese State *

Northwestern State *

L, 2-10

at Texas

Northwestern State * Northwestern State *

L, 7-12

W, 13-5

March 22

Nicholls *

La.-Monroe *

W, 11-10 (10)

at Nicholls * at Nicholls *

St. Edward’s

at Texas State *

at Baylor

Sam Houston State * Sam Houston State * Texas-Pan American at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * Baylor

L, 7-12

L, 1-6 L, 1-6

W, 4-3 W, 9-5 L, 0-4 L, 2-4

L, 2-13

March 22 March 23 March 26 March 26

W, 6-1 L, 1-9

at Texas A&M

April 1

at Rice

April 5

at Sam Houston State *

April 6

at Sam Houston State *

April 12 April 12 April 13 April 15 April 16

L, 8-11

UT Arlington *

W, 6-5

UT Arlington * UT Arlington *

Texas Lutheran

Texas-Pan American

L, 1-5

April 19

Sam Houston State *

April 20

Sam Houston State *

W, 6-3

April 27

UT Arlington *

W, 6-2

April 27

at UT Arlington *

UT Arlington *

L, 18-25

April 28

at UT Arlington *

Texas State *

L, 11-12

May 3

at Texas State *

W, 11-2 L, 2-6 L, 5-9

L, 5-6

W, 13-4

April 28 May 4

May 4 May 5

May 16

UT Arlington * Texas State *

Texas State *

vs. Sam Houston State +

L, 7-14

May 17

L, 8-12

* Southland Conference game ^ Big Ball Sports/Rice Classic (Houston, Texas) + Southland Conference Tournament (Shreveport, La.)

L, 5-7

vs. La.-Monroe +

W, 16-7 L, 2-8

W, 14-6 L, 7-8 L, 3-5

April 27 April 29

Sam Houston State *

at Houston

at UT Arlington *

W, 7-5

L, 4-11 W, 2-0 L, 0-5 L, 1-4

L, 4-16 L, 6-8 L, 5-7

W, 17-8

L, 2-7 L, 0-2 L, 2-3

W, 4-2

Incarnate Word

W, 22-7

May 3

at Texas State *

L, 0-3

May 13

vs. Northwestern State ^

W, 5-3

vs. Sam Houston State ^

W, 3-2

May 4

May 15 May 15 May 16

May 16

at Texas State *

at La.-Monroe ^

vs. Texas State ^

vs. Texas State ^

* Southland Conference game ^ Southland Conference Tournament (Monroe, La.)

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L, 1-5

at Baylor

Texas-Pan American

April 22

L, 3-7

W, 6-4

April 16 April 19

L, 0-12

at Sam Houston State *

L, 5-9

W, 6-2

L, 3-4

W, 10-5

L, 4-20

at Texas A&M

L, 4-6

Texas State *

Texas State *

at Sam Houston State *

at Sam Houston State *

W, 9-2

March 29

March 28

April 8

W, 15-2

at Texas A&M

L, 4-15

W, 4-3 W, 7-4

Nicholls *

L, 12-15

W, 5-4 (11)

Texas State *

April 5

W, 10-3

Nicholls *

L, 1-3

March 28

L, 11-19

W, 4-2

L, 5-8

at La.-Monroe *

La.-Monroe *

La.-Monroe *

W, 6-3 L, 0-1

at La.-Monroe *

March 16

L, 3-17

at La.-Monroe *

March 15

L, 9-12

W, 11-2

W, 15-9

W, 10-9 (10)

Indiana

W, 7-2

at McNeese State *

April 21

April 27

L, 4-8

McNeese State *

Prairie View A&M

L, 2-3 (14)

W, 9-4

W, 11-1

L, 0-12

at Arkansas

W, 9-7 (8)

April 23

L, 0-4

W, 15-4

at McNeese State *

Feb. 23

at Sam Houston State *

W, 10-3

L, 5-6 (8)

March 2

W, 4-3

April 20 April 20

L, 4-6

W, 5-4

W, 18-7

L, 4-5

W, 13-11

L, 2-6

Prairie View A&M

Texas Lutheran

Sam Houston State *

April 10

W, 13-9

Feb. 14

at Incarnate Word

L, 6-7

L, 5-13

April 6 April 7

W, 18-3

Feb. 11

at Lamar

at Arkansas

at Texas State *

April 7

L, 1-18

Feb. 9

Feb. 22

March 31 April 3

L, 6-9

L, 7-10

W, 2-1

at Texas State *

at Texas State *

April 5

Feb. 23

at Incarnate Word

March 30

W, 13-2

April 2

Feb. 18

at Prairie View A&M

W, 9-6

L, 7-8 (10)

at Texas State *

at Texas State *

Feb. 17

at Nicholls *

April 1

April 1

Feb. 17

Arkansas

March 24

at La.-Monroe * Texas A&M ^

Feb. 11

Arkansas

L, 2-7

March 26 March 28

Feb. 10

L, 0-7

L, 5-6

W, 5-3 L, 2-8 L, 7-9


2014 UTSA BASEBALL 1998 (Coach: Mickey Lashley) Record: 23-28 • Southland: 7-17 Home: 15-14 • Away: 8-14 • Neutral: 0-0 Feb. 3

at Texas

Feb. 8

Texas-Pan American

Feb. 4

Feb. 8

Feb. 11

Feb. 14

St. Edward’s

Texas-Pan American Texas Lutheran Arkansas ^

Feb. 15

Arkansas ^

Feb. 17

Prairie View A&M

Feb. 17

Feb. 21 Feb. 24

Feb. 28

Feb. 28

March 1

March 1

Prairie View A&M

at Prairie View A&M at Baylor

at Texas-Pan American

at Texas-Pan American

at Texas-Pan American

March 8

Northwestern State *

Northwestern State *

March 9

Southern Illinois

March 14

at La.-Monroe *

BYU

at La.-Monroe *

March 15

at La.-Monroe *

March 21

Nicholls *

March 17 March 21

March 22

March 24 March 24

March 28

Texas A&M ^ Nicholls *

Nicholls *

at Lamar at Lamar

at Texas State *

March 28

at Texas State *

March 31

at Texas A&M

March 29 April 1 April 4 April 4 April 5

April 10

L, 1-4

L, 5-10

W, 12-0 W, 4-2 W, 4-2

L, 12-19 L, 2-7 L, 3-8

L, 3-5

L, 4-7 (6)

Northwestern State *

March 14

W, 4-3 (11)

Lamar

March 7

March 10

L, 9-16

L, 5-7 (8)

Lamar

March 7

W, 8-5

at Texas-Pan American

March 3 March 3

W, 3-0

W, 19-2

at Texas State * Baylor ^

at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington *

Sam Houston State *

W, 8-6 W, 6-5 W, 8-5 L, 2-7

W, 7-6

W, 11-2

L, 2-12

L, 2-4 (8) L, 2-10 W, 3-1 L, 5-8 L, 6-9

L, 7-9

W, 7-4

W, 3-2 (10) L, 4-6

W, 13-7

W, 10-7 L, 4-18 L, 1-16 W, 4-3

L, 7-10

L, 4-5 (10) L, 2-7

April 10

Sam Houston State *

W, 7-3

April 14

Texas ^

W, 4-1

April 25

at Southeastern La. *

L, 7-14

April 28

Texas-Pan American

W, 12-3

April 11

April 25

April 26 April 28 May 2 May 2

May 3

Sam Houston State *

at Southeastern La. *

at Southeastern La. * Texas-Pan American McNeese State * McNeese State * McNeese State *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas)

L, 7-8

L, 5-9

W, 7-5

W, 12-6

L, 3-10

L, 12-24 L, 5-6

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1999 (Coach: Mickey Lashley) Record: 27-33 • Southland: 15-12 Home: 17-13 • Away: 8-17 • Neutral: 2-3

Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 2 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 16 March 17 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 23 March 27 March 27 March 28 March 31 April 2 April 2 April 3 April 6 April 10 April 10 April 11 April 13 April 17 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 24 April 24 April 25 April 27 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 17

at #4 Rice at #4 Rice Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American at #17 Texas at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Baylor vs. Iowa State ^ at Arkansas ^ vs. Iowa State ^ at Arkansas ^ Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American Illinois Illinois Illinois Texas A&M + La.-Monroe * La.-Monroe * La.-Monroe * Yale at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * Yale Yale at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * Baylor + Lamar * Lamar * Lamar * St. Edward’s UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * Texas Lutheran at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Texas A&M Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * at Baylor at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * #17 Texas + Texas State * Texas State * Texas State * vs. Texas State % vs. UT Arlington % at La.-Monroe % vs. UT Arlington %

* Southland Conference game ^ Razorback Invitational (Fayetteville, Ark.) + played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (Monroe, La.)

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L, 0-4 L, 2-6 W, 6-4 W, 15-11 W, 11-10 L, 3-4 L, 2-9 L, 3-4 L, 7-9 L, 1-6 L, 9-10 L, 2-12 W, 8-3 L, 3-5 L, 7-8 L, 1-4 W, 7-6 L, 3-11 L, 6-9 W, 10-9 L, 5-6 W, 8-7 L, 4-5 W, 21-10 W, 8-7 W, 7-6 W, 9-4 W, 20-0 W, 12-5 L, 4-8 W, 12-10 L, 8-9 L, 0-3 W, 9-6 L, 5-8 W, 11-6 W, 10-1 W, 10-5 W, 13-5 L, 2-9 L, 7-8 L, 4-8 L, 3-9 W, 8-6 L, 11-12 L, 3-5 W, 6-3 W, 12-9 L, 11-24 L, 3-4 L, 5-13 W, 13-9 L, 3-11 L, 8-9 W, 7-4 W, 8-2 W, 11-2 L, 0-4 W, 7-4 L, 3-7

2000 (Coach: Mickey Lashley) Record: 17-37 • Southland: 6-21 Home: 11-16 • Away: 6-21 • Neutral: 0-0 Feb. 8

at #19 Texas A&M

Feb. 13

Kansas

Feb. 15

at #8 Texas

Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 18

Kansas

W, 4-0 L, 0-5 L, 5-9

Kansas

L, 3-12

at Baylor

L, 3-10

L, 4-5

at Texas-Pan American

L, 6-7 (10)

at Texas-Pan American

W, 4-1

Feb. 19

at Texas-Pan American

Feb. 22

Texas A&M-Kingsville

W, 11-7

Nebraska ^

L, 1-10

Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27

March 1 March 1

March 4

Nebraska ^ Nebraska ^

McNeese State *

L, 1-7

Prairie View A&M

March 11

at Southeastern La. *

McNeese State *

at Southeastern La. *

March 12

at Southeastern La. *

March 19

Northwestern State * ^

March 15

March 19 March 20 March 22

St. Edward’s

Northwestern State * ^ Northwestern State * ^ at Rice

March 22

at Rice

March 25

at UT Arlington *

March 25 March 26

at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington *

March 28

Texas A&M-Kingsville

April 1

at Lamar *

April 4

at Texas-Pan American

April 8

Sam Houston State *

April 1

April 2 April 5 April 8

at Lamar *

at Lamar *

at Texas-Pan American Sam Houston State *

April 9

Sam Houston State *

April 16

Nicholls *

April 15

April 16 April 18 April 18 April 19 April 22 April 22 April 23

Nicholls * Nicholls *

Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American at La.-Monroe * at La.-Monroe * at La.-Monroe *

April 25

#6 Texas ^

April 29

at Texas State *

April 28 April 30

May 2 May 3

L, 2-3

W, 15-1

McNeese State *

March 11

W, 4-3

Prairie View A&M

March 4 March 5

L, 1-6

W, 17-0 L, 3-5

W, 11-3

L, 0-3

L, 7-8 (13)

L, 6-10 L, 5-8

L, 1-2

W, 4-3 (11)

L, 5-11 L, 4-5

L, 3-10

L, 3-4 (8) W, 9-2 L, 4-7

W, 15-8

L, 1-5 L, 1-2 L, 1-3

W, 4-3

W, 12-6 W, 2-1

L, 2-8

L, 2-12 L, 4-7 L, 2-3

W, 7-2

L, 1-12

W, 10-1

W, 9-8 L, 2-6

L, 7-17 L, 2-3 L, 4-8

at Texas State *

L, 5-18 (8)

at Texas State *

L, 1-20 (7)

at Texas Tech

at Texas Tech

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas)

W, 6-2 L, 6-8

L, 12-15


INFORMATION GUIDE 2001 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 30-29 • Southland: 15-12 Home: 17-7 • Away: 11-19 • Neutral: 2-3

Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 3 March 3 March 4 March 6 March 10 March 10 March 11 March 16 March 17 March 17 March 18 March 20 March 20 March 21 March 24 March 24 March 25 April 1 April 1 April 2 April 3 April 4 April 7 April 7 April 8 April 10 April 13 April 14 April 14 April 17 April 18 April 21 April 21 April 22 April 28 April 28 April 29 May 2 May 2 May 16 May 17 May 18

at La.-Lafayette at La.-Lafayette at La.-Lafayette at #20 Texas Arkansas ^ Arkansas ^ Arkansas ^ at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech #18 Baylor ^ vs. #11 Notre Dame + vs. Texas-Pan American + at St. Mary’s + at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Texas A&M-Kingsville La.-Monroe * ^ La.-Monroe * ^ La.-Monroe * ^ at #16 Baylor at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Prairie View A&M at Prairie View A&M Texas-Pan American UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * #18 Texas ^ at Texas A&M Lamar * Lamar * Lamar * Texas A&M-Kingsville at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at #3 Nebraska at #3 Nebraska Texas State * ^ Texas State * ^ Texas State * ^ Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American vs. La.-Monroe % vs. UT Arlington % vs. La.-Monroe %

L, 6-7 L, 2-7 L, 5-11 L, 0-4 W, 7-6 W, 4-2 L, 1-4 L, 8-9 W, 6-5 W, 7-6 L, 2-13 L, 3-8 W, 16-10 L, 8-12 W, 9-4 W, 5-1 W, 5-2 L, 5-8 L, 3-10 W, 12-6 L, 7-10 W, 8-2 W, 6-3 L, 6-7 L, 3-14 W, 2-1 L, 6-10 L, 2-6 W, 11-1 W, 8-4 W, 8-4 L, 0-2 L, 7-10 W, 14-4 (8) L, 1-2 L, 4-5 W, 8-0 L, 0-10 L, 3-9 W, 8-7 (10) W, 4-3 W, 7-6 W, 18-1 L, 3-4 L, 8-9 W, 3-2 L, 0-17 L, 6-17 W, 1-0 (8) L, 3-4 W, 6-5 (11) W, 6-0 W, 8-7 (10) W, 11-5 W, 6-5 W, 10-8 W, 5-4 L, 2-6 L, 0-3

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2002 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 25-29 • Southland: 13-14 Home: 16-10 • Away: 9-19 • Neutral: 0-0

2003 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 29-27 • Southland: 12-15 Home: 19-9 • Away: 10-18 • Neutral: 0-0

Feb. 16

Feb. 9

Feb. 13

at Baylor

Feb. 16

A&M-Corpus Christi

Feb. 17

Feb. 19 Feb. 22

A&M-Corpus Christi A&M-Corpus Christi at #18 Texas Purdue ^

L, 1-12

W, 9-4

W, 15-6

Oral Roberts ^

W, 14-5

March 9

March 10 March 12 March 13 March 16

Michigan ^ Michigan ^

at #13 Texas A&M #13 Texas A&M ^

W, 13-1 L, 0-7

W, 3-2

W, 4-2 (10) L, 3-4

W, 9-4

at Southeastern La. *

L, 0-10

March 17

at Southeastern La. *

W, 8-1

March 23

Nicholls * ^

March 16

March 20

at Southeastern La. *

Abilene Christian

L, 3-4

at Texas A&M-Kingsville

W, 8-0

March 29 March 30 April 2 April 6

April 6 April 7

April 10 April 12 April 13 April 14

April 17

April 17

April 20

April 20 April 21 April 24

W, 3-1

March 12 March 14

March 16 March 19 March 22 March 22 March 23

New Mexico State ^ at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * #21 Texas A&M ^ Iona

Lamar * ^

Southeastern La. *

L, 1-13

W, 11-9

Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American McNeese State * McNeese State * McNeese State *

at A&M-Corpus Christi

at La.-Monroe *

at La.-Monroe * at Houston

Sam Houston State * ^

Sam Houston State * ^ at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts

May 17

at UT Arlington *

May 19

at UT Arlington *

at UT Arlington *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas)

at Northwestern State *

April 5

L, 10-11

L, 6-7

W, 11-3 L, 4-9

W, 17-13 L, 7-9

L, 2-4

L, 11-12 (12)

W, 10-2 L, 9-15

W, 13-11 L, 2-5

W, 1-0 L, 2-6

April 5 April 6 April 9 April 9

April 11

April 12 April 13 April 15 April 18 April 19 April 19 April 22 April 23 April 23 April 26

L, 7-14

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L, 5-9 L, 3-4 L, 1-2

W, 7-5

L, 3-10 W, 3-1

W, 18-12

L, 6-7

L, 4-17

UT Arlington *

L, 3-12

UT Arlington * at #7 Texas

at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls *

Abilene Christian

Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American

at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State *

at Texas-Pan American at Texas State *

W, 8-6

L, 6-12 L, 2-14 W, 5-4

L, 1-10 W, 5-0 W, 4-1

L, 6-11

W, 16-10

L, 4-5

W, 12-6

L, 1-2

L, 6-8

W, 5-4 W, 7-6 L, 2-8

Texas State *

W, 5-3

May 16

La.-Monroe *

W, 2-1

May 17

La.-Monroe *

May 11

May 16

Texas State *

La.-Monroe *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas)

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + Irish Classic (San Antonio, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (Beaumont, Texas)

L, 7-8

UT Arlington *

at A&M-Corpus Christi

at Texas-Pan American

May 10

W, 6-5

W, 25-6 (8)

W, 9-4

April 30 May 9

L, 2-13 (8)

at A&M-Corpus Christi

at Houston

L, 1-3

L, 3-4 (10)

Southeastern La. *

April 29

April 30

L, 0-13 (8)

Southeastern La. *

at Sam Houston State *

W, 1-0

L, 5-10

at #16 Baylor

April 26 April 27

L, 5-6

W, 5-2 (11)

W, 5-1

Lamar * ^

W, 7-3

April 1

W, 8-4

W, 4-1

at Northwestern State *

at Texas State *

at Texas State *

March 29

W, 9-8

Lamar * ^

W, 5-2

May 12

May 18

New Mexico State ^

A&M-Corpus Christi

March 30

L, 11-12

L, 5-8

March 11

March 8

L, 1-11

at Texas State *

L, 0-9

W, 5-0

Northwestern State * ^ at #18 Baylor

W, 4-2

A&M-Corpus Christi

L, 2-6 (13)

Northwestern State * ^

W, 5-4

March 8

Northwestern State * ^

at #15 Texas

Sam Houston State * ^

May 15

at #22 Texas A&M

at Northwestern State *

May 11

May 14

#11 Baylor

March 29

at La.-Monroe *

May 11

W, 3-1

Oral Roberts ^

L, 6-7 (11)

W, 2-1

W, 4-1

Oral Roberts ^

at Lamar *

at Lamar *

L, 4-6

L, 5-9

L, 1-14

Texas A&M-Kingsville

April 27 April 30

W, 9-6

L, 3-5

at #1 Texas

March 26

at A&M-Corpus Christi

April 28

March 4

at #4 Rice

W, 2-0

April 24 April 27

Feb. 26

March 18

March 26

at Lamar *

Feb. 23

L, 2-7

W, 9-1

March 29

Feb. 22

March 15

Nicholls * ^ Nicholls * ^

Feb. 18

L, 4-5

March 23 March 24

at #27 Oklahoma

Feb. 22

Texas A&M-Kingsville Michigan ^

Feb. 14

L, 4-6

W, 16-5

March 8

L, 1-6

at #27 Oklahoma

at Texas-Pan American

March 6

at TCU

Feb. 15

W, 8-3

at Texas-Pan American

Feb. 9

L, 1-4

L, 3-20

Feb. 27

Feb. 27

L, 4-10

at TCU

Feb. 11

Purdue ^ Purdue ^

at TCU

W, 10-3

Feb. 23 Feb. 24

Feb. 8

L, 4-5

W, 15-7 W, 9-8


2014 UTSA BASEBALL 2004 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 27-31 • Southland: 12-14 Home: 17-11 • Away: 10-19 • Neutral: 0-1 Feb. 14

at New Mexico State

L, 12-13

Feb. 15

at New Mexico State

W, 15-5

Feb. 15 Feb. 17

at New Mexico State at #11 Baylor

Feb. 20

Army ^

Feb. 22

Army ^

Feb. 21

Army ^

W, 9-7 L, 1-6

W, 7-6 (11) W, 4-0 L, 3-6

Feb. 27

George Washington ^

W, 5-3

Feb. 29

George Washington ^

W, 5-3

March 7

#7 Notre Dame ^ +

W, 17-9

March 9

#7 Notre Dame ^ +

L, 5-13

Feb. 28

March 6 March 8 March 12

George Washington ^

Penn State ^ +

Southern Illinois ^ + at Texas-Pan American

March 13

at Texas-Pan American

March 19

at Southeastern La. *

March 21

at Southeastern La. *

March 16

March 20

#1 Texas

at Southeastern La. *

March 23

Texas-Pan American

March 26

Nicholls * ^

March 24

March 27 March 28 March 31 April 2

Texas-Pan American Nicholls * ^ Nicholls * ^

at #9 Texas A&M at Lamar *

April 3

at Lamar *

April 6

at #1 Texas

April 4

April 9

at Lamar *

Northwestern State * ^

L, 5-9

L, 5-6

W, 5-0 L, 4-6

W, 3-1 (10) L, 0-5

L, 0-11 W, 5-1 L, 3-5

W, 12-11 (10)

W, 21-6

W, 2-1 (10)

W, 9-8 (11) W, 9-4

L, 1-11 L, 2-9

W, 8-6 (16)

L, 0-16 L, 2-4

L, 7-8

April 10

Northwestern State * ^

W, 4-3

April 13

at Texas-Pan American

W, 2-1

April 16

Texas State * ^

April 13

April 14 April 17

April 18 April 20

at Texas-Pan American

at Texas-Pan American at Texas State *

at Texas State *

L, 1-5

W, 7-4 L, 0-3

L, 2-8

W, 8-6

Houston

L, 8-16

April 21

at A&M-Corpus Christi

W, 3-1

April 24

McNeese State *

April 21

April 23 April 25

April 28

at A&M-Corpus Christi

McNeese State *

W, 11-6

McNeese State *

L, 4-7

A&M-Corpus Christi

April 28

A&M-Corpus Christi

May 2

at La.-Monroe *

April 30

L, 4-8

L, 3-6

L, 1-4

W, 3-1

at La.-Monroe *

W, 14-5

May 2

at La.-Monroe *

L, 1-11

May 15

Sam Houston State *

W, 8-5

May 16

Sam Houston State *

May 12

May 15

May 20

May 21

May 22

May 26 May 27

at #9 Texas A&M

Sam Houston State *

L, 2-7

L, 2-9

W, 10-9

W, 9-8

at UT Arlington *

L, 5-6 (10)

at UT Arlington *

L, 1-2

at UT Arlington *

vs. Lamar %

at La.-Monroe %

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + Alamo City/Irish Classic (San Antonio, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (Hammond, La.)

L, 2-9

L, 2-11

L, 4-13

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2005 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 27-34 • Southland: 14-13 Home: 13-16 • Away: 9-14 • Neutral: 5-4

Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 1 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 9 March 10 March 11 March 12 March 16 March 18 March 19 March 20 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 29 March 30 April 1 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 8 April 9 April 10 April 13 April 13 April 15 April 16 April 17 April 19 April 20 April 21 April 23 April 24 April 26 April 29 April 30 May 1 May 3 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 June 4 June 5

A&M-Corpus Christi ^ A&M-Corpus Christi ^ A&M-Corpus Christi ^ at #1 Texas Dallas Baptist ^ Dallas Baptist ^ Dallas Baptist ^ #12 Texas A&M ^ vs. New Mexico State + vs. Texas Tech + #14 Baylor ^ vs. Illinois % vs. Birmingham Southern % at Texas-Pan American % Notre Dame ^ & Oral Roberts ^ & Missouri State ^ & Oral Roberts ^ & at Dallas Baptist La.-Monroe * La.-Monroe * La.-Monroe * at Texas State * Texas State * Texas State * Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * Angelo State at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * at Texas-Pan American at Texas-Pan American Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * at Texas A&M at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at #10 Baylor Lamar * Lamar * Lamar * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * vs. Texas State ! vs. Lamar ! vs. Southeastern La. ! vs. Lamar ! at #6 Baylor @ vs. Stanford @

L, 0-1 L, 7-10 L, 4-8 L, 0-10 L, 3-5 L, 2-6 L, 4-12 L, 1-4 L, 3-5 L, 7-22 L, 2-4 W, 8-4 L, 0-2 L, 9-12 W, 9-4 W, 6-4 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 L, 4-9 L, 12-14 (10) W, 9-7 W, 10-8 W, 11-10 W, 7-4 L, 3-5 W, 6-5 W, 14-3 W, 5-2 L, 3-5 L, 2-4 L, 5-8 W, 3-0 W, 9-8 L, 0-2 L, 3-5 L, 3-11 W, 12-4 L, 3-9 W, 16-10 W, 9-4 W, 23-7 W, 5-1 (10) W, 5-3 L, 0-11 W, 6-3 W, 2-1 L, 3-9 L, 4-5 L, 5-6 W, 7-4 L, 5-10 L, 5-6 L, 1-6 W, 4-0 L, 8-9 W, 8-7 W, 6-3 W, 9-8 (10) W, 4-1 L, 3-8

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + Rockhounds College Classic (Midland, Texas) % Al Ogletree Classic (Edinburg, Texas) & Alamo City Classic (San Antonio, Texas) ! Southland Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La.) @ NCAA Regional (Waco, Texas)

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L, 2-6

2006 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 37-22 • Southland: 20-10 Home: 24-6 • Away: 12-15 • Neutral: 1-1

Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 7 March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 17 March 18 March 19 March 24 March 25 March 26 March 31 April 1 April 2 April 4 April 7 April 8 April 9 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 18 April 21 April 22 April 23 April 25 April 28 April 29 April 30 May 2 May 2 May 5 May 7 May 7 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 16 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 22 May 24 May 25 May 26

at Houston Utah ^ Utah ^ Utah ^ at Texas Kentucky ^ Army ^ at Baylor at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi at Dallas Baptist at Dallas Baptist at Dallas Baptist Texas-Pan American Iowa + ^ Illinois + ^ Texas A&M + ^ La.-Lafayette + ^ at Lamar * at Lamar * at Lamar * Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Northwestern State * McNeese State * McNeese State * McNeese State * at Texas-Pan American at Southeastern La. * at Southeastern La. * at Southeastern La. * Nicholls * Nicholls * Nicholls * Texas ^ at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at Texas A&M Stephen F. Austin * Stephen F. Austin * Stephen F. Austin * A&M-Corpus Christi A&M-Corpus Christi at La.-Monroe * at La.-Monroe * at La.-Monroe * Sam Houston State * Sam Houston State * Sam Houston State * at Texas-Pan American Texas State * at Texas State * at Texas State * Dallas Baptist at Lamar % vs. Northwestern State % vs. UT Arlington %

L, 10-11 (10) W, 5-4 L, 1-10 W, 9-6 L, 1-6 L, 4-10 W, 5-4 L, 0-5 (5) W, 9-5 L, 4-6 L, 4-6 W, 8-2 W, 7-0 W, 8-4 W, 10-9 (10) W, 3-1 W, 9-3 W, 4-2 W, 5-2 (12) L, 3-13 (8) W, 3-0 L, 4-6 (11) W, 4-3 W, 6-3 L, 1-6 W, 4-3 (12) W, 8-7 (12) L, 9-15 W, 10-8 W, 9-7 W, 7-1 L, 1-3 W, 8-1 W, 16-14 W, 10-8 W, 14-10 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 L, 3-5 L, 3-9 W, 14-4 (8) W, 6-5 (12) W, 4-3 W, 9-3 W, 11-5 (6) L, 3-5 L, 2-8 W, 5-2 W, 10-0 (7) W, 11-0 (7) W, 7-1 L, 4-5 L, 3-5 W, 5-0 L, 3-12 L, 3-12 L, 5-6 (11) W, 10-0 (7)

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + Baseball Express Collegiate Classic (San Antonio, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (Beaumont, Texas)

L, 1-2


INFORMATION GUIDE 2007 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 36-22 • Southland: 24-6 Home: 20-6 • Away: 12-10 • Neutral: 4-6

Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 9 March 10 March 11 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 23 March 24 March 25 March 27 March 31 March 31 April 1 April 3 April 5 April 6 April 7 April 10 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 April 27 April 28 April 29 May 4 May 5 May 6 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 25

at #6 Rice La.-Lafayette La.-Lafayette La.-Lafayette at Baylor vs. Houston + vs. Gonzaga + vs. Missouri State + St. Mary’s ^ Houston ^ vs. Stephen F. Austin % vs. Sam Houston State % at Texas-Pan American % College of Charleston ^ College of Charleston ^ College of Charleston ^ at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * Lamar Lamar Central Arkansas * Central Arkansas * Central Arkansas * at Texas-Pan American Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * at #6 Texas at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at #13 Texas A&M Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * vs. Houston & at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * A&M-Corpus Christi * A&M-Corpus Christi * A&M-Corpus Christi * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Texas State * Texas State * Texas State * vs. Stephen F. Austin ! vs. Texas State ! vs. Lamar ! vs. Sam Houston State !

L, 3-4 L, 2-10 L, 2-5 L, 2-14 L, 1-9 L, 10-12 W, 4-3 L, 10-11 (10) W, 8-5 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 6-4 W, 8-7 (11) L, 2-4 (10) W, 3-1 W, 12-9 (12) W, 16-2 (8) W, 5-0 L, 7-14 W, 12-10 W, 12-4 W, 14-1 (7) W, 7-3 W, 6-3 W, 5-1 W, 14-5 L, 9-14 W, 6-3 L, 3-9 W, 12-0 (7) L, 2-6 W, 11-3 L, 1-5 W, 12-10 W, 12-2 W, 11-1 W, 7-6 (10) L, 5-6 (11) L, 0-1 L, 2-5 W, 4-2 W, 8-6 W, 5-1 W, 12-0 (7) W, 24-11 (7) W, 15-10 L, 1-4 W, 9-5 W, 2-1 L, 2-7 W, 7-6 (10) W, 5-3 W, 4-2 L, 6-7 (10) W, 7-6

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + Southwest Diamond Classic (Frisco, Texas) % Al Ogletree Classic (Edinburg, Texas) & Rosebud Classic (Victoria, Texas) ! Southland Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

L, 4-5

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2008 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 39-13 • Southland: 20-12 Home: 25-8 • Away: 13-9 • Neutral: 1-2

Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 29 March 1 March 1 March 2 March 4 March 5 March 8 March 8 March 9 March 11 March 14 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 25 March 26 March 28 March 29 March 30 April 2 April 4 April 5 April 6 April 11 April 12 April 13 April 15 April 16 April 18 April 19 April 20 April 23 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 30 May 2 May 3 May 4 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 13 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 21 May 22 May 23

Oral Roberts + ^ Army + ^ #19 La.-Lafayette + Texas Tech + ^ Sacred Heart ^ Sacred Heart ^ Sacred Heart ^ Sacred Heart ^ Kansas State ^ Kansas State ^ at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston Northern Illinois McNeese State * McNeese State * McNeese State * #10 Texas ^ Texas-Pan American Texas-Pan American at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas * #20 Texas A&M ^ Prairie View A&M UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * at Baylor at Southeastern La. * at Southeastern La. * at Southeastern La. * at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Northwestern State * at Lamar at Lamar Stephen F. Austin * Stephen F. Austin * Stephen F. Austin * at #25 Texas Sam Houston State * Sam Houston State * Sam Houston State * at Houston at A&M Corpus Christi * at A&M Corpus Christi * at A&M Corpus Christi * Nicholls * Nicholls * Nicholls * Houston Texas State * at Texas State * at Texas State * vs. A&M Corpus Christi % vs. Northwestern State % vs. A&M Corpus Christi %

L, 3-5 W, 8-2 W, 5-2 L, 6-16 W, 11-0 W, 7-0 (7) W, 16-2 W, 14-2 W, 5-4 W, 9-8 W, 20-12 L, 16-20 L, 4-9 L, 1-6 W, 13-3 (8) W, 15-4 (7) W, 4-1 L, 5-16 W, 4-1 W, 16-4 L, 3-4 L, 5-8 W, 2-1 L, 4-5 W, 27-4 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 L, 7-14 W, 11-7 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-4 W, 10-4 W, 11-9 W, 12-2 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 W, 9-1 W, 12-10 W, 7-0 W, 7-1 W, 12-10 W, 14-4 (8) W, 5-4 (10) W, 11-9 (12) L, 3-12 L, 2-5 W, 11-2 W, 13-10 W, 14-7 W, 5-2 L, 4-14 (7) L, 3-10 W, 3-0 L, 8-10 L, 5-7 W, 9-7

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + UTSA Baseball Classic (San Antonio, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (Huntsville, Texas)

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L, 10-12

2009 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 32-24 • Southland: 20-12 Home: 14-10 • Away: 16-11 • Neutral: 2-3 Feb. 20

San Francisco ^

Feb. 21

San Francisco ^

W, 12-3

Feb. 24

at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi +

W, 10-4

Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Feb. 28

Southeastern Louisiana *

March 10 March 14 March 15 March 15

at Houston

Southeastern Louisiana * Southeastern Louisiana *

at UT Arlington *

March 27 March 28 March 29

L, 8-9

W, 11-6

L, 3-5

W, 3-2

L, 2-3 (10)

at Kansas State

L, 4-5

at Sam Houston State *

March 24

W, 13-12

at UT Arlington *

March 20 March 22

W, 14-8

W, 11-10

at UT Arlington *

at Kansas State

March 21

L, 2-7

W, 11-8

Illinois State

March 17

March 18

L, 5-9

at Oral Roberts

March 6 March 8

W, 6-3

at Oral Roberts at Oral Roberts

March 7

L, 9-13

San Francisco ^

March 1 March 4

W, 8-5

San Francisco ^

at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * Texas-Pan American

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *

L, 4-5

W, 12-0 (7) W, 10-6 W, 8-6

W, 17-10 W, 10-9

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *

L, 10-11

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *

L, 9-14

March 31

at #11 Texas A&M

April 3

at Stephen F. Austin *

W, 12-8

at Stephen F. Austin *

L, 7-12

April 1 April 4 April 5

vs. Texas Tech %

April 9

Northwestern State *

April 10

vs. Texas Tech %

Northwestern State *

April 11

Northwestern State *

April 18

Lamar *

April 13 April 18 April 19 April 21

April 24 April 25 April 26 April 28

Dallas Baptist Lamar *

May 12 May 14 May 15

at Nicholls *

at Nicholls *

L, 4-9 (10) W, 4-3 L, 4-7

W, 7-2

W, 16-5

W, 9-4 (12) W, 6-5

at #17 Baylor Texas State *

at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at Dallas Baptist

Central Arkansas * Central Arkansas *

May 20

vs. Northwestern State &

May 22

vs. Southeastern La. &

May 21

L, 8-9 (10)

W, 5-1 (11)

Texas State *

May 10

L, 6-7

W, 7-4

at Nicholls *

May 3 May 9

W, 2-0 (7)

W, 7-6 (10)

at Texas-Pan American

at Texas State *

May 8

L, 2-8

Lamar *

May 1 May 2

L, 7-14

at Stephen F. Austin *

April 7 April 7

L, 6-16

Houston

vs. Sam Houston State &

L, 7-8

W, 16-5

L, 4-11

L, 3-5 (11) W, 15-10

W, 20-6 (7) W, 13-11

L, 8-15

W, 15-14

W, 15-13 (10) W, 5-4

L, 6-8 (11)

L, 4-5 (12)

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + played at Whataburger Field (Corpus Christi, Texas) % played at Citibank Ballpark (Midland, Texas) & Southland Conference Tournament (Corpus Christi, Texas)


2014 UTSA BASEBALL 2010 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 22-28 • Southland: 13-20 Home: 14-10 • Away: 8-16 • Neutral: 0-2 Feb. 20

Houston Baptist

W, 9-2

Feb. 26

Indiana State

W, 4-2

Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Feb. 27

Houston Baptist Indiana State

W, 7-2 W, 4-2

Indiana State

W, 11-10

March 2

at #7 TCU

L, 12-17

March 5

vs. San Francisco +

Feb. 28

March 5

Indiana State vs. San Francisco +

L, 9-10

L, 2-3

L, 2-8

March 6

at San Francisco

W, 9-8

March 12

at Southeastern La. *

L, 9-10

at Southeastern La. *

L, 8-15

UT Arlington *

W, 8-2

March 7

March 13

March 14

at San Francisco

at Southeastern La. *

March 17

Iowa ^

March 21

UT Arlington *

March 19 March 21

March 24

March 26

March 27

March 28

March 30 April 1

April 2

UT Arlington *

at Baylor

April 16

April 17

April 17

April 23

April 24

at Houston

at A&M-Corpus Christi * % at A&M-Corpus Christi * %

at #23 Texas A&M

at Northwestern State *

L, 2-12

at Lamar *

L, 9-13

at Lamar *

at #1 Texas

at Texas State *

May 8

Nicholls *

May 16 May 21 May 21 May 22

W, 9-8

L, 0-10

Texas State *

May 15

L, 2-4

at Northwestern State *

at Northwestern State *

May 2

May 15

L, 5-14

L, 8-14

at Texas State *

May 9

L, 4-5

W, 15-10

Houston

Stephen F. Austin *

April 30

May 7

W, 6-5

W, 19-5

L, 9-13

at Lamar *

May 1

L, 6-9

Stephen F. Austin *

April 25

April 27

L, 3-4

L, 6-8

Sam Houston State *

Stephen F. Austin *

April 13

L, 0-7

L, 1-8

Sam Houston State *

April 9

April 11

W, 4-2

L, 5-9

at A&M-Corpus Christi *

April 10

L, 0-2

Sam Houston State *

April 3 April 6

W, 2-1

Nicholls *

Nicholls *

L, 5-6

L, 2-4

W, 14-4 L, 4-6

L, 0-10 L, 5-6

L, 10-11 W, 10-6

W, 3-2 W, 6-1

McNeese State *

W, 11-10

McNeese State *

W, 7-6

McNeese State * at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + played at Colt Field (Redwood City, Calif.) % played at Whataburger Field (Corpus Christi, Texas)

W, 11-10

W, 5-4 W, 2-1

L, 6-11

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2011 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 27-32 • Southland: 16-17 Home: 15-12 • Away: 11-16 • Neutral: 1-4

Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 1 March 4 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 8 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 15 March 18 March 19 March 20 March 25 March 26 March 27 March 29 April 1 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 5 April 8 April 9 April 10 April 12 April 15 April 16 April 17 April 21 April 22 April 23 April 26 April 29 April 30 May 1 May 3 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 17 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 25 May 26

May 27

at La.-Monroe at La.-Monroe at La.-Monroe at La.-Monroe Saint Joseph’s ^ Saint Joseph’s ^ Saint Joseph’s ^ Saint Joseph’s ^ Oregon State ^ Houston ^ at New Mexico at New Mexico at New Mexico at New Mexico at #5 Texas Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Notre Dame ^ at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at UT Arlington * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at Sam Houston State * at #19 Baylor A&M-Corpus Christi * A&M-Corpus Christi * A&M-Corpus Christi * vs. Texas Tech + vs. Texas Tech + at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * St. Edward’s Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Lamar * Lamar * Lamar * Baylor ^ at Nicholls * at Nicholls * at Nicholls * #9 Texas A&M ^ at #25 Texas State * #25 Texas State * #25 Texas State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at Houston Central Arkansas * Central Arkansas * Central Arkansas * vs. A&M-Corpus Christi % vs. Stephen F. Austin % vs. A&M-Corpus Christi %

L, 2-3 L, 8-13 W, 12-2 W, 14-10 L, 10-11 L, 0-3 W, 6-0 W, 5-1 L, 7-10 (10) W, 7-6 L, 6-13 L, 5-6 W, 3-1 L, 3-8 L, 5-8 (11) L, 0-6 L, 5-8 L, 4-10 L, 4-5 (10) L, 1-2 (10) W, 4-1 L, 1-2 (11) L, 5-10 L, 3-6 L, 1-5 W, 4-2 W, 13-6 W, 8-2 W, 14-10 L, 2-8 L, 6-11 W, 9-4 L, 0-2 W, 7-4 W, 13-6 W, 6-2 W, 26-18 L, 11-13 (10) W, 5-2 W, 9-8 (10) W, 13-12 L, 1-5 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 W, 5-2 W, 3-2 (10) L, 0-3 L, 7-9 L, 6-7 L, 1-5 L, 3-9 W, 12-3 W, 8-5 W, 4-0 W, 8-7 L, 8-9 W, 3-2 L, 1-7

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + played at Foster Field (San Angelo, Texas) % Southland Conference Tournament (San Marcos, Texas)

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L, 1-2

2012 (Coach: Sherman Corbett) Record: 22-32 • Southland: 11-21 Home: 13-19 • Away: 9-13 • Neutral: 0-0

Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 9 March 10 March 11 March 13 March 14 March 16 March 17 March 18 March 20 March 23 March 24 March 25 March 27 March 30 March 31 April 1 April 3 April 5 April 6 April 7 April 10 April 13 April 14 April 15 April 17 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 April 27 April 28 April 29 May 1 May 4 May 5 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 15 May 17 May 18 May 19

La.-Monroe La.-Monroe La.-Monroe at Houston Baptist New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico at Dallas Baptist Kansas ^ + Gonzaga ^ + La.-Lafayette ^ + at A&M-Corpus Christi * at A&M-Corpus Christi * at A&M-Corpus Christi * #29 TCU ^ Notre Dame ^ Northwestern State * Northwestern State * Northwestern State * at #7 Rice at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * at Stephen F. Austin * Texas-Pan American #28 Sam Houston State * #28 Sam Houston State * #28 Sam Houston State * at #4 Texas A&M at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at McNeese State * at Texas-Pan American UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * Houston Baptist Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * Southeastern La. * #1 Baylor ^ at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas * at Central Arkansas * at Houston Nicholls * Nicholls * at Texas State * at Texas State * at Texas State * at #4 Baylor Lamar * Lamar * Lamar *

* Southland Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + UTSA Classic (San Antonio, Texas)

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


INFORMATION GUIDE

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

2013 (Coach: Jason Marshall) Record: 35-25 • WAC: 15-11 Home: 21-9 • Away: 10-15 • Neutral: 4-1

Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 March 1 March 2 March 3 March 5 March 8 March 9 March 9 March 10 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 20 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 26 March 28 March 29 March 30 April 2 April 5 April 6 April 9 April 12 April 13 April 14 April 17 April 19 April 20 April 21 April 23 April 26 April 27 April 28 April 30 May 3 May 4 May 5 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 14 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 26 May 31 June 1

Air Force Air Force Air Force Air Force at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at La.-Lafayette at La.-Lafayette at La.-Lafayette Texas-Pan American Omaha ^ + Penn State ^ + Stephen F. Austin ^ + at Texas State Washington State Washington State Washington State Washington State at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane at #18 Rice UT Arlington * UT Arlington * UT Arlington * Baylor + San Jose State * San Jose State * San Jose State * at #18 Texas A&M at Seattle * at Seattle * Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at CSU Bakersfield * at CSU Bakersfield * at CSU Bakersfield * at Lamar Sacramento State * Sacramento State * Sacramento State * at Texas-Pan American at Dallas Baptist * at Dallas Baptist * at Dallas Baptist * Sam Houston State Texas State * Texas State * Texas State * New Mexico State * New Mexico State * New Mexico State * at Baylor at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * at Louisiana Tech * vs. Sacramento State % vs. San Jose State % vs. CSU Bakersfield % vs. Dallas Baptist % at #3 Oregon State ! vs. Texas A&M !

Abilene Christian (1-1) H: 1-1

March 20, 2002.....H.......... L, 2-7 April 22, 2003........H.........W, 4-1

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

AIR FORCE (4-0)

H: 4-0

Feb. 15, 2013........H.........W, 9-2 Feb. 16, 2013........H.........W, 6-1 Feb. 16, 2013........H.......W, 13-8 Feb. 17, 2013........H.......W, 12-4 Angelo State (0-1)

H: 0-1

April 5, 2005..........H.......... L, 5-8 Arizona State (0-2)

A: 0-2

March 22, 1993.....A........ L, 8-12 March 23, 1993.....A........ L, 0-11 Arkansas (3-10) H: 2-6 • A: 1-4

Feb. 10, 1996........H.......... L, 6-9 Feb. 10, 1996........H........ L, 7-10 Feb. 11, 1996.........H........ L, 1-18 Feb. 22, 1997........A.......... L, 4-8 Feb. 22, 1997........A........ L, 5-13 Feb. 23, 1997........A.........W, 7-2 Feb. 14, 1998........H.......... L, 1-4 Feb. 15, 1998........H........ L, 5-10 Feb. 19, 1999........A........ L, 2-12 Feb. 21, 1999........A.......... L, 3-5 Feb. 9, 2001..........H.........W, 7-6 Feb. 10, 2001........H.........W, 4-2 Feb. 11, 2001.........H.......... L, 1-4 Arkansas State (0-1)

N: 0-1

May 28, 1994.........N........ L, 5-10 Army (4-1) H: 4-1

Feb. 20, 2004........H.........W, 7-6 Feb. 21, 2004........H.........W, 4-0 Feb. 22, 2004........H.......... L, 3-6 Feb. 19, 2006........H.........W, 5-4 Feb. 23, 2008........H.........W, 8-2 Baylor (6-30)

H: 3-8 • A: 3-21 • N: 0-1

* Western Athletic Conference game ^ played at Wolff Stadium (San Antonio, Texas) + UTSA Classic (San Antonio, Texas) % WAC Tournament game (Grand Prairie, Texas) ! NCAA Corvallis Regional (Corvallis, Ore.)

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Feb. 23, 1993........N........ L, 4-12 April 6, 1993..........A........ L, 5-12 Feb. 23, 1994........H.......W, 10-2 April 27, 1994........A.........W, 7-6 Feb. 22, 1995........H...... L, 10-17 April 18, 1995........A.......... L, 2-3 April 3, 1996..........A...... L, 11-19 April 16, 1996........H.......... L, 5-9 April 8, 1997..........A........ L, 8-11 Feb. 24, 1998........A...... L, 12-19 April 1, 1998..........H........ L, 1-16 Feb. 16, 1999........A.......... L, 1-6 March 23, 1999.... H......... L, 0-3 April 21, 1999........A...... L, 11-24 Feb. 16, 2000........A........ L, 3-10 Feb. 20, 2001........H........ L, 2-13 March 13, 2001..... A........ L, 3-14 Feb. 13, 2002........ A........ L, 1-12 April 10, 2002........A........ L, 1-13

Feb. 26, 2003....... H......... L, 0-9 April 1, 2003..........A........ L, 3-10 Feb. 17, 2004........A.......... L, 1-6 March 1, 2005.......H.......... L, 2-4 May 3, 2005...........A.......... L, 5-6 June 4, 2005..........A.......... L, 3-8 Feb. 21, 2006........A.......... L, 0-5 Feb. 20, 2007........A.......... L, 1-9 April 2, 2008..........A....... W, 11-7 April 29, 2009........A.......... L, 7-8 March 24, 2010.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 29, 2011......A.........W, 4-2 April 26, 2011.........H.......... L, 1-5 April 24, 2012........H.........W, 4-1 May 15, 2012.........A........ L, 3-14 March 26, 2013.....H.........W, 5-3 May 14, 2013.........A.......... L, 3-4 Birmingham Southern (0-1) N: 0-1

March 5, 2005.......N.......... L, 0-2 BYU (1-0)

H: 1-0

March 10, 1998.....H....... W, 11-2 Central Arkansas (11-6) H: 7-1 • A: 4-5

March 23, 2007.....H.....W, 12-10 March 24, 2007.....H.......W, 12-4 March 25, 2007.....H.......W, 14-1 March 20, 2008.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 21, 2008.....A.......... L, 5-8 March 22, 2008.....A.........W, 2-1 May 14, 2009.........H.....W, 15-14 May 15, 2009.........H.....W, 15-13 May 21, 2010.........A.........W, 5-4 May 21, 2010.........A.........W, 2-1 May 22, 2010.........A........ L, 6-11 May 19, 2011.........H.........W, 4-0 May 20, 2011.........H.........W, 8-7 May 21, 2011.........H.......... L, 8-9 April 27, 2012........A.......... L, 4-8 April 28, 2012........A........ L, 1-12 April 29, 2012........A.......W, 10-2 Central Michigan (2-2) H: 2-1 • N: 0-1

Feb. 28, 1992........N.......... L, 1-7 March 4, 1994.......H.........W, 5-4 March 5, 1994.......H.........W, 5-1 March 5, 1994.......H.......... L, 2-3 CollEGE of Charleston (3-3)

H: 2-1 • A: 1-2

March 9, 2007.......H.........W, 6-4 March 10, 2007.....H.........W, 8-7 March 11, 2007......H.......... L, 2-4 March 8, 2008.......A.....W, 20-12 March 8, 2008.......A...... L, 16-20 March 9, 2008.......A.......... L, 4-9 Concordia-PORTLAND (2-0) H: 2-0

March 20, 1992.....H.........W, 8-3 March 21, 1992.....H.......W, 16-0


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Concordia TEXAS (5-4)

Houston (10-17)

March 6, 1992.......A.......... L, 4-5 March 6, 1992.......A.......... L, 7-8 April 14, 1992........A.......... L, 3-4 April 22, 1992........H.......... L, 5-6 Feb. 7, 1993..........H.........W, 4-3 Feb. 7, 1993..........H.........W, 6-0 April 23, 1994........H.........W, 3-2 April 23, 1994........H.........W, 4-3 April 24, 1994........H.........W, 8-3

April 1, 1992..........A.........W, 8-6 Feb. 1, 1993..........A.......... L, 5-6 Feb. 1, 1993..........A.......... L, 1-7 April 21, 1993........A.........W, 6-5 Feb. 16, 1994........A.......... L, 2-3 Feb. 16, 1994........A.........W, 7-3 March 2, 1994.......H........ L, 1-10 March 2, 1994.......H.......W, 10-2 March 8, 1995.......A.......... L, 4-5 March 21, 1995.....H........ L, 7-12 April 22, 1997........A.......... L, 2-7 April 30, 2002........A.......... L, 2-5 April 29, 2003........ A.......... L, 6-8 April 20, 2004........H........ L, 8-16 Feb. 7, 2006..........A...... L, 10-11 Feb. 22, 2007........N...... L, 10-12 Feb. 27, 2007........H.........W, 4-3 April 24, 2007........N.......... L, 2-5 April 30, 2008........A....... W, 11-9 May 13, 2008.........H........ L, 4-14 March 4, 2009.......A.......W, 14-8 April 1, 2009..........H........ L, 7-14 March 30, 2010.....A.........W, 6-5 April 13, 2010........H........ L, 8-14 March 1, 2011........H.........W, 7-6 May 17, 2011.........A.........W, 8-6 May 1, 2012...........A.......... L, 3-8

H: 5-1 • A: 0-3

Concordia WISCONSIN (2-0)

H: 2-0

March 20, 1992.....H.......W, 13-5 March 21, 1992.....H.........W, 9-1 CSU BAKERSFIELD (1-3)

A: 0-3 • N: 1-0

April 12, 2013........A.......... L, 3-6 April 13, 2013........A........ L, 1-10 April 14, 2013........A.......... L, 5-6 May 24, 2013.........N.........W, 1-0 Dallas Baptist (8-7)

H: 1-4 • A: 6-3 • N: 1-0

Feb. 17, 2005........H.......... L, 3-5 Feb. 18, 2005........H.......... L, 2-6 Feb. 19, 2005........H........ L, 4-12 March 16, 2005.....A.......... L, 4-9 March 2, 2006.......A.........W, 8-2 March 3, 2006.......A.........W, 7-0 March 4, 2006.......A.........W, 8-4 May 22, 2006.........H........ L, 3-12 April 13, 2009........H.........W, 4-3 May 12, 2009.........A........ L, 8-15 Feb. 28, 2012........A.........W, 5-4 April 26, 2013........A.........W, 5-4 April 27, 2013........A.......... L, 2-5 April 28, 2013........A.........W, 7-2 May 26, 2013.........N....... W, 11-4 Doane (2-0) H: 2-0

March 26, 1993.....H.......W, 12-6 March 26, 1993.....H.........W, 5-1 George Washington (2-1)

H: 2-1

Feb. 27, 2004........H.........W, 5-3 Feb. 28, 2004........H.......... L, 5-9 Feb. 29, 2004........H.........W, 5-3 Gonzaga (1-1)

H: 0-1 • N: 1-0

Feb. 23, 2007........N.........W, 4-3 March 3, 2012.......H.......... L, 1-4 Grand Canyon (1-5)

A: 1-5

Feb. 21, 1992........A.........W, 8-7 Feb. 22, 1992........A...... L, 12-16 Feb. 23, 1992........A...... L, 14-22 March 19, 1993.....A.......... L, 1-8 March 20, 1993.....A........ L, 6-13 March 21, 1993.....A........ L, 4-15

H: 3-6 • A: 7-9 • N: 0-2

Houston Baptist (6-2) H: 4-1 • A: 1-0 • N: 1-1

April 25, 1992........H........ L, 9-10 April 25, 1992........H.........W, 5-1 Feb. 19, 1993........N.......... L, 4-5 Feb. 20, 1993........N.........W, 8-4 Feb. 20, 2010........H.........W, 9-2 Feb. 21, 2010........H.........W, 7-2 Feb. 21, 2012........A.........W, 9-6 April 17, 2012........H....... W, 11-1 Illinois (5-4)

H: 3-3 • N: 2-1

Feb. 24, 1995........N.......... L, 6-8 Feb. 25, 1995........N.........W, 6-4 March 17, 1995.....H.......... L, 0-3 March 18, 1995.....H.........W, 8-6 Feb. 26, 1999....... H........W, 7-4 Feb. 27, 1999........H........ L, 3-11 Feb. 28, 1999........H.......... L, 6-9 March 4, 2005.......N.........W, 8-4 March 11, 2006......H.........W, 9-3 Illinois State (1-0)

H: 1-0

March 10, 2009.....H....... W, 11-6 Incarnate Word (8-8) H: 4-4 • A: 4-2 • N: 0-2

March 24, 1992.....H........ L, 3-10 March 24, 1992.....H.........W, 5-1 April 13, 1992....... N......... L, 7-8 April 13, 1992........N.......... L, 2-3 Feb. 17, 1993........A.........W, 4-3 March 31, 1993.....H.......... L, 3-4 Feb. 11, 1994.........A.......W, 14-5 April 5, 1994..........H.......... L, 3-6 Feb. 7, 1995..........H.........W, 5-4 March 1, 1995.......A.......... L, 0-5 April 11, 1995.........A.........W, 7-2

May 3, 1995...........H.......W, 13-4 Feb. 13, 1996........H...... L, 10-16 Feb. 18, 1996........A.......W, 13-9 Feb. 11, 1997.........A.......... L, 4-6 April 29, 1997........H.......W, 22-7 Indiana (0-1)

H: 0-1

March 12, 1996.....H........ L, 9-12 Indiana State (3-1) H: 3-1

Feb. 26, 2010........H.........W, 4-2 Feb. 27, 2010........H.........W, 4-2 Feb. 27, 2010........H..... W, 11-10 Feb. 28, 2010........H........ L, 9-10 Iona (1-0)

H: 1-0

March 19, 2003.....H.......W, 25-6 Iowa (2-0) H: 2-0

March 10, 2006.....H.........W, 3-1 March 17, 2010.....H.........W, 4-3 Iowa State (1-1)

N: 1-1

Feb. 19, 1999........N........ L, 8-10 Feb. 20, 1999........N.........W, 8-3 Kansas (1-3)

H: 1-3

Feb. 12, 2000........H.......... L, 0-5 Feb. 13, 2000........H.......... L, 5-9 Feb. 13, 2000........H........ L, 3-12 March 2, 2012.......H.........W, 7-4 Kansas State (2-2)

H: 2-0 • A: 0-2

March 4, 2008.......H.........W, 5-4 March 5, 2008.......H.........W, 9-8 March 17, 2009.....A.......... L, 4-5 March 18, 2009.....A.......... L, 4-5 Kentucky (0-1)

H: 0-1

Feb. 17, 2006........H........ L, 4-10 Lamar (25-25)

H: 15-10 • A: 8-15 • N: 3-2

Feb. 24, 1996........N.......... L, 4-8 Feb. 9, 1997..........A.......... L, 6-7 Feb. 9, 1997..........A.......... L, 2-6 March 3, 1998.......H.........W, 8-6 March 3, 1998.......H.......... L, 4-7 March 24, 1998.....A.........W, 7-4 March 24, 1998.....A.........W, 3-2 March 27, 1999.....H.........W, 9-6 March 27, 1999.....H.......... L, 5-8 March 28, 1999.....H....... W, 11-6 April 1, 2000..........A.......... L, 1-5 April 1, 2000..........A.......... L, 1-2 April 2, 2000..........A.......... L, 1-3 April 7, 2001..........H.........W, 8-7 April 7, 2001..........H.........W, 4-3 April 8, 2001..........H.........W, 7-6 March 29, 2002.....A.........W, 2-0 March 29, 2002.....A.........W, 2-1 March 30, 2002.....A.......... L, 6-7

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March 22, 2003.....H.......... L, 7-8 March 22, 2003.....H.........W, 4-1 March 23, 2003.....H.......... L, 5-9 April 2, 2004.......... A.......... L, 2-9 April 3, 2004..........A.........W, 8-6 April 4, 2004..........A........ L, 0-16 May 26, 2004.........N........ L, 2-11 May 13, 2005.........H.........W, 7-4 May 14, 2005.........H........ L, 5-10 May 15, 2005.........H.......... L, 5-6 May 26, 2005.........N.........W, 6-3 May 28, 2005.........N.........W, 4-1 March 17, 2006.....A........ L, 3-13 March 18, 2006.....A.........W, 3-0 March 19, 2006.....A.......... L, 4-6 May 24, 2006.........A.......... L, 5-6 March 20, 2007.....H.........W, 5-0 March 21, 2007.....H........ L, 7-14 May 25, 2007.........N.........W, 7-6 April 15, 2008........A.........W, 3-1 April 16, 2008........A.......... L, 1-2 April 18, 2009........H.......... L, 4-7 April 18, 2009........H.........W, 7-2 April 19, 2009........H.........W, 7-6 April 23, 2010........A.......... L, 2-4 April 24, 2010........A........ L, 9-13 April 25, 2010........A.......W, 14-4 April 21, 2011.........H.........W, 5-2 April 22, 2011.........H.........W, 9-8 April 23, 2011.........H.....W, 13-12 May 17, 2012.........H.......... L, 4-9 May 18, 2012.........H.....W, 16-15 May 19, 2012.........H.......... L, 2-7 April 17, 2013........A.......... L, 0-4 Louisiana-Lafayette (3-11)

H: 3-3 • A: 0-8

March 16, 1992.....A........ L, 3-11 March 17, 1992.....A.......... L, 4-5 Feb. 2, 2001..........A.......... L, 6-7 Feb. 3, 2001..........A.......... L, 2-7 Feb. 4, 2001..........A........ L, 5-11 March 13, 2006.....H.........W, 5-2 Feb. 16, 2007........H........ L, 2-10 Feb. 17, 2007........H.......... L, 2-5 Feb. 18, 2007........H........ L, 2-14 Feb. 24, 2008........H.........W, 5-2 March 4, 2012.......H.........W, 5-2 Feb. 22, 2013........A........ L, 6-18 Feb. 23, 2013........A.......... L, 6-9 Feb. 24, 2013........A.......... L, 1-2 Louisiana-Monroe (25-30)

H: 13-8 • A: 11-19 • N: 1-3

March 6, 1993.......A........ L, 6-14 March 6, 1993.......A.........W, 9-6 March 7, 1993.......A.........W, 7-2 March 26, 1994.....H.......... L, 3-5 March 26, 1994.....H.......W, 12-5 March 27, 1994.....H.......W, 10-8 March 25, 1995.....A.......... L, 2-7 March 25, 1995.....A.......... L, 7-8 March 26, 1995.....A.........W, 9-6 March 16, 1996.....H.......W, 13-5 March 16, 1996.....H........ L, 7-12 March 17, 1996.....H..... W, 11-10 May 17, 1996.........N.......... L, 3-5 March 15, 1997.....A.......... L, 0-1 March 15, 1997.....A.......... L, 1-3 March 16, 1997.....A........ L, 7-12

May 15, 1997.........A.........W, 5-3 March 14, 1998.....A........ L, 2-12 March 14, 1998.....A.......... L, 2-4 March 15, 1998.....A........ L, 2-10 March 6, 1999.......H.......... L, 5-6 March 6, 1999.......H.........W, 8-7 March 7, 1999.......H.......... L, 4-5 May 17, 1999.........A..........W 7-4 April 22, 2000........A.......... L, 2-6 April 22, 2000........A........ L, 7-17 April 23, 2000........A.......... L, 2-3 March 10, 2001.....H.........W, 8-2 March 10, 2001.....H.........W, 6-3 March 11, 2001......H.......... L, 6-7 May 16, 2001.........N.........W, 5-4 May 18, 2001.........N.......... L, 0-3 April 27, 2002........ A.......W, 10-2 April 27, 2002........A........ L, 9-15 April 28, 2002........A..... W, 13-11 May 16, 2003.........H.........W, 2-1 May 16, 2003.........H.......W, 15-7 May 17, 2003.........H.........W, 9-8 April 30, 2004........ A.......W, 14-5 May 2, 2004...........A.......... L, 2-7 May 2, 2004...........A........ L, 1-11 May 27, 2004.........N........ L, 4-13 March 18, 2005.....H...... L, 12-14 March 19, 2005.....H.........W, 9-7 March 20, 2005.....H.......W, 10-8 May 5, 2006...........A.......... L, 3-5 May 7, 2006...........A.......... L, 2-8 May 7, 2006...........A.........W, 5-2 Feb. 18, 2011.........A.......... L, 2-3 Feb. 19, 2011.........A........ L, 8-13 Feb. 19, 2011.........A.......W, 12-2 Feb. 20, 2011.........A.....W, 14-10 Feb. 18, 2012........H....... W, 11-6 Feb. 19, 2012........H.......... L, 3-7 Feb. 19, 2012........H.......... L, 2-7 Louisiana Tech (5-1)

A: 5-1

Feb. 17, 2001........A.......... L, 8-9 Feb. 17, 2001........A.........W, 6-5 Feb. 18, 2001........A.........W, 7-6 May 16, 2013.........A.........W, 4-0 May 17, 2013.........A.......W, 13-2 May 18, 2013.........A.........W, 3-2 Louisville (1-0) N: 1-0

Feb. 25, 1996........N.........W, 2-1 McNeese State (33-29)

H: 16-12 • A: 16-17 • N: 1-0

March 7, 1992.......H.......... L, 0-3 March 8, 1992.......H.........W, 6-0 March 8, 1992.......H.......... L, 1-4 April 24, 1993........A.........W, 3-2 April 24, 1993........A........ L, 2-10 April 25, 1993........A........ L, 3-12 May 1, 1994...........H.........W, 3-1 May 18, 1994.........N.........W, 3-1 April 29, 1995........A.......... L, 2-6 April 29, 1995........A.......... L, 5-9 April 30, 1995........A.......... L, 5-6 March 2, 1996.......H.......W, 17-5 March 3, 1996.......H.......W, 16-2 March 3, 1996.......H.........W, 8-7 March 2, 1997.......A........ L, 0-12


INFORMATION GUIDE March 2, 1997.......A....... W, 11-2 March 3, 1997.......A.......W, 15-9 May 2, 1998...........H........ L, 3-10 May 2, 1998...........H...... L, 12-24 May 3, 1998...........H.......... L, 5-6 April 24, 1999........A.......... L, 3-4 April 24, 1999........A........ L, 5-13 April 25, 1999........A.......W, 13-9 March 4, 2000...... H......... L, 1-7 March 4, 2000.......H.......... L, 3-5 March 5, 2000.......H....... W, 11-3 April 13, 2001........A.......... L, 3-4 April 14, 2001........A.........W, 3-2 April 14, 2001........A.......... L, 8-9 April 20, 2002........H.......... L, 4-9 April 20, 2002........H.....W, 17-13 April 21, 2002........H.......... L, 7-9 March 14, 2003.....A.......... L, 5-6 March 15, 2003.....A.........W, 5-2 March 16, 2003.....A........ L, 2-13 April 23, 2004........H....... W, 11-6 April 24, 2004........H.......... L, 3-6 April 25, 2004........H.......... L, 4-7 May 20, 2005.........A.......... L, 1-6 May 21, 2005.........A.........W, 4-0 May 22, 2005.........A.......... L, 8-9 March 31, 2006.....H.........W, 4-3 April 1, 2006..........H.........W, 8-7 April 2, 2006..........H........ L, 9-15 March 16, 2007.....A.........W, 3-1 March 17, 2007.....A.......W, 12-9 March 18, 2007.....A.......W, 16-2 March 14, 2008.....H.......W, 13-3 March 15, 2008.....H.......W, 15-4 March 16, 2008.....H.........W, 4-1 May 8, 2009...........A.....W, 15-10 May 9, 2009...........A.......W, 20-6 May 10, 2009.........A..... W, 13-11 May 15, 2010.........H..... W, 11-10 May 15, 2010.........H..... W, 11,10 May 16, 2010.........H.........W, 7-6 May 13, 2011.........A.......... L, 1-5 May 14, 2011.........A.......... L, 3-9 May 15, 2011.........A.......W, 12-3 April 5, 2012..........A.......... L, 2-3 April 6, 2012..........A.........W, 4-3 April 7, 2012..........A.........W, 3-0 Michigan (2-1)

H: 2-1

March 8, 2002.......H.......... L, 0-7 March 9, 2002.......H.........W, 3-2 March 10, 2002.....H.........W, 4-2 Missouri State (1-1)

H: 1-0 • N: 0-1

March 11, 2005......H.........W, 7-2 Feb. 24, 2007........N...... L, 10-11 National Christian (1-0)

H: 1-0

April 26, 1995........H....... W, 11-2 Nebraska (1-4)

H: 1-2 • A: 0-2

Feb. 25, 2000........H.........W, 4-3 Feb. 26, 2000........H........ L, 1-10 Feb. 27, 2000........H.......... L, 2-3 April 17, 2001........A........ L, 0-17 April 18, 2001........A........ L, 6-16

Nevada (0-1)

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

N: 0-1

May 27, 1994.........N........ L, 8-11 New Mexico (4-4) H: 3-1 • A: 1-3

March 4, 2011........A........ L, 6-13 March 5, 2011........A.......... L, 5-6 March 5, 2011........A.........W, 3-1 March 6, 2011........A.......... L, 3-8 Feb. 24, 2012........H.......W, 13-3 Feb. 25, 2012........H........ L, 7-14 Feb. 25, 2012........H.........W, 3-2 Feb. 26, 2012........H.........W, 8-4 New Mexico State (7-2) H: 5-0 • A: 2-1 • N: 0-1

March 11, 2003......H.........W, 3-1 March 12, 2003.....H.........W, 8-4 Feb. 14, 2004........A...... L, 12-13 Feb. 15, 2004........A.........W, 9-7 Feb. 15, 2004........A.......W, 15-5 Feb. 26, 2005........N.......... L, 3-5 May 10, 2013.........H.........W, 9-4 May 11, 2013.........H.........W, 6-5 May 12, 2013.........H.........W, 6-4 Nicholls (40-22)

H: 21-11 • A: 19-11

April 4, 1992..........A.......W, 12-2 April 4, 1992..........A.......... L, 0-7 April 5, 1992..........A.......... L, 0-4 April 4, 1993..........H.........W, 6-2 April 4, 1993..........H.......... L, 2-4 April 5, 1993..........H........ L, 4-14 April 17, 1994........A.........W, 2-0 April 17, 1994........A.......... L, 2-6 April 18, 1994........A.........W, 8-2 April 14, 1995........H.........W, 6-3 April 15, 1995........H.......... L, 4-5 April 15, 1995........H..... W, 13-11 March 23, 1996.....A.......... L, 1-6 March 23, 1996.....A.......... L, 1-6 March 24, 1996.....A.........W, 4-3 March 22, 1997.....H...... L, 12-15 March 22, 1997.....H.........W, 5-4 March 23, 1997.....H.........W, 9-2 March 21, 1998.....H.......... L, 5-8 March 21, 1998.....H.......... L, 6-9 March 22, 1998.....H.......... L, 7-9 March 13, 1999.....A.........W, 8-7 March 14, 1999.....A.........W, 9-4 March 14, 1999.....A.........W, 7-6 April 15, 2000........H.......... L, 4-7 April 16, 2000........H........ L, 2-12 April 16, 2000........H.........W, 7-2 March 3, 2001.......A.......... L, 5-8 March 3, 2001.......A........ L, 3-10 March 4, 2001.......A.......W, 12-6 March 23, 2002.....H.......... L, 3-4 March 23, 2002.....H.........W, 9-1 March 24, 2002.....H.........W, 9-6 April 18, 2003........A.........W, 5-4 April 19, 2003........A........ L, 1-10 April 19, 2003........A.........W, 5-0 March 26, 2004.....H.........W, 2-1 March 27, 2004.....H.........W, 9-8 March 28, 2004.....H.........W, 9-4 April 8, 2005..........A.........W, 3-0 April 9, 2005..........A.........W, 9-8

April 10, 2005........A.......... L, 0-2 April 13, 2006........H.........W, 8-1 April 14, 2006........H.....W, 16-14 April 15, 2006........H.......W, 10-8 May 11, 2007.........A.......... L, 1-4 May 12, 2007.........A.........W, 9-5 May 13, 2007.........A.........W, 2-1 May 9, 2008...........H.....W, 13-10 May 10, 2008.........H.......W, 14-7 May 11, 2008.........H.........W, 5-2 April 24, 2009........A.........W, 5-1 April 25, 2009........A.........W, 9-4 April 26, 2009........A.........W, 6-5 May 7, 2010...........H.......W, 10-6 May 8, 2010...........H.........W, 3-2 May 9, 2010...........H.........W, 6-1 April 29, 2011.........A.......... L, 1-4 April 30, 2011.........A.........W, 3-2 May 1, 2011...........A.........W, 5-2 May 4, 2012...........H.......W, 14-1 May 5, 2012...........H........ L, 2-10

April 13, 2007........H....... W, 11-3 April 14, 2007........H.......... L, 1-5 April 15, 2007........H.....W, 12-10 April 11, 2008.........A.......W, 10-4 April 12, 2008........A....... W, 11-9 April 13, 2008........A.......W, 12-2 May 22, 2008.........N.........W, 9-7 April 9, 2009..........H.........W, 7-4 April 10, 2009........H.......... L, 8-9 April 11, 2009.........H.......... L, 4-9 May 20, 2009.........N.........W, 5-4 April 16, 2010........A........ L, 0-10 April 17, 2010........A.......... L, 5-6 April 17, 2010........A........ L, 2-12 April 15, 2011.........H.........W, 6-2 April 16, 2011.........H.....W, 26-18 April 17, 2011.........H...... L, 11-13 March 16, 2012.....H.......... L, 4-9 March 17, 2012.....H...... L, 17-20 March 18, 2012.....H.......W, 13-3

Northern Illinois (0-1)

H: 3-3 • N: 0-1

H: 0-1

March 11, 2008......H.......... L, 1-6 Northwestern State (31-31) H: 16-19 • A: 11-12 • N: 4-0

May 8, 1993...........H.......... L, 3-9 May 8, 1993...........H.......... L, 2-4 May 9, 1993...........H..... W, 12-11 May 7, 1994...........A.........W, 7-0 May 19, 1994.........A.........W, 7-6 May 6, 1995...........H........ L, 7-14 May 6, 1995...........H.......... L, 5-7 May 7, 1995...........H........ L, 8-12 March 9, 1996.......A.........W, 7-5 March 9, 1996.......A........ L, 7-10 March 10, 1996.....A.......W, 10-9 March 8, 1997.......H........ L, 2-10 March 8, 1997.......H.........W, 6-3 March 9, 1997.......H.......... L, 5-8 May 14, 1997.........N.........W, 5-3 March 7, 1998.......H.........W, 6-5 March 7, 1998.......H.........W, 8-5 March 8, 1998.......H.......... L, 2-7 April 10, 1999........A.......... L, 4-8 April 10, 1999........A.......... L, 3-9 April 11, 1999.........A.........W, 8-6 March 18, 2000.....H.........W, 4-3 March 19, 2000.....H.......... L, 1-2 March 19, 2000.....H........ L, 5-11 March 17, 2001.....A.........W, 2-1 March 17, 2001.....A........ L, 6-10 March 18, 2001.....A.......... L, 2-6 April 6, 2002..........H.......... L, 2-6 April 6, 2002..........H.........W, 7-3 April 7, 2002..........H.........W, 5-2 March 29, 2003.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 29, 2003.....A.......... L, 1-2 March 30, 2003.....A.........W, 7-5 April 9, 2004..........H.......... L, 7-8 April 10, 2004........H.........W, 4-3 April 29, 2005........A.........W, 2-1 April 30, 2005........A.......... L, 3-9 May 1, 2005...........A.......... L, 4-5 March 24, 2006.....H.........W, 4-3 March 25, 2006.....H.........W, 6-3 March 26, 2006.....H.......... L, 1-6 May 25, 2006.........N.......W, 10-0

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Notre Dame (3-4)

March 18, 1995.....H.........W, 7-3 Feb. 23, 2001........N.......... L, 3-8 March 7, 2004.......H.......W, 17-9 March 9, 2004.......H........ L, 5-13 March 9, 2005.......H.........W, 9-4 March 15, 2011......H.......... L, 4-5 March 14, 2012.....H........ L, 0-12 Oklahoma (1-1)

A: 1-1

Feb. 14, 2003........A.......... L, 5-9 Feb. 15, 2003........A.........W, 4-1 OMAHA (1-0) H: 1-0

March 1, 2013.......H.........W, 5-0 Oklahoma State (0-3)

H: 0-3

Feb. 10, 1995........H.......... L, 1-2 Feb. 11, 1995.........H...... L, 13-21 Feb. 12, 1995........H........ L, 3-12 Oral Roberts (5-6)

H: 4-2 • A: 1-4

May 14, 2002.........A........ L, 5-10 May 15, 2002.........A.......... L, 1-3 Feb. 22, 2003........H.........W, 5-4 Feb. 22, 2003........H.........W, 3-1 Feb. 23, 2003........H.........W, 4-2 March 10, 2005.....H.........W, 6-4 March 12, 2005.....H.......... L, 2-5 Feb. 22, 2008........H.......... L, 3-5 Feb. 27, 2009........A.......... L, 5-9 Feb. 28, 2009........A.......... L, 2-7 March 1, 2009.......A....... W, 11-8 OREGON STATE (0-2)

March 2, 2013.......H.........W, 3-2 Prairie View A&M (18-0)

H: 11-0 • A: 7-0

Feb. 12, 1994........A.........W, 9-1 Feb. 12, 1994........A.......W, 12-3 Feb. 26, 1994........H....... W, 11-0 Feb. 26, 1994........H.......W, 13-0 Feb. 17, 1996........A.......W, 18-3 Feb. 17, 1996........A.......W, 25-1 Feb. 28, 1996........H.......W, 18-7 Feb. 28, 1996........H.......W, 17-0 Feb. 16, 1997........H.......W, 15-4 Feb. 16, 1997........H....... W, 11-1 Feb. 17, 1998........H.......W, 12-0 Feb. 17, 1998........H.........W, 4-2 Feb. 21, 1998........A.......W, 10-4 March 1, 2000...... H......W, 15-1 March 1, 2000...... H......W, 17-0 March 20, 2001.....A....... W, 11-1 March 20, 2001.....A.........W, 8-4 March 26, 2008.....H.......W, 27-4 Purdue (1-2)

H: 1-2

Feb. 22, 2002........H.......... L, 1-4 Feb. 23, 2002........H.........W, 8-3 Feb. 24, 2002........H.......... L, 4-6 Rice (1-11)

H: 1-0 • A: 0-11

March 16, 1994.....A.......... L, 1-7 May 5, 1994...........H.......W, 21-1 Feb. 23, 1996........A........ L, 7-21 April 1, 1997..........A.......... L, 3-7 Feb. 3, 1999..........A.......... L, 0-4 Feb. 3, 1999..........A.......... L, 2-6 March 22, 2000.....A.......... L, 4-5 March 22, 2000.....A........ L, 3-10 Feb. 11, 2003.........A.......... L, 4-6 Feb. 13, 2007........A.......... L, 3-4 March 20, 2012.....A.......... L, 1-9 March 20, 2013.....A........ L, 5-11 SACRAMENTO STATE (3-1) H: 2-1 • N: 1-0

April 19, 2013........H.........W, 7-2 April 20, 2013........H........ L, 1-12 April 21, 2013........H.........W, 8-5 May 22, 2013.........N.........W, 3-2 Sacred Heart (4-0)

H: 4-0

Feb. 29, 2008........H....... W, 11-0 March 1, 2008.......H.........W, 7-0 March 1, 2008.......H.......W, 16-2 March 2, 2008.......H.......W, 14-2 saint joseph’s (2-2)

H: 2-2

Feb. 28, 2011.........H........ L, 7-10 May 31, 2013.........A.......... L, 4-5

Feb. 25, 2011.........H...... L, 10-11 Feb. 26, 2011.........H.......... L, 0-3 Feb. 26, 2011.........H.........W, 6-0 Feb. 27, 2011.........H.........W, 5-1

Penn State (2-2)

Sam Houston State (35-38)

March 9, 1994.......H.......... L, 1-5 March 9, 1994.......H.........W, 1-0 March 6, 2004.......H.......... L, 5-6

April 9, 1993..........A.......... L, 0-5 April 9, 1993..........A.......... L, 1-6 April 10, 1993........A.........W, 4-3

H: 0-1 • A: 0-1

H: 2-2

H: 19-15 • A: 14-19 • N: 2-4


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

April 9, 1994..........A.......... L, 3-5 April 9, 1994..........A.......... L, 1-3 April 10, 1994........A.......... L, 1-4 May 15, 1994.........N.........W, 3-2 April 8, 1995..........H.......... L, 7-9 April 8, 1995..........H.......W, 10-1 April 9, 1995..........H.........W, 8-7 April 6, 1996..........H.........W, 4-2 April 7, 1996..........H.........W, 4-3 April 7, 1996..........H.........W, 7-4 April 20, 1996........A.........W, 9-7 April 20, 1996........A.......... L, 1-5 April 21, 1996........A........ L, 4-20 May 16, 1996.........N.......... L, 7-8 April 5, 1997..........A.......... L, 1-5 April 5, 1997..........A.........W, 6-4 April 6, 1997..........A.........W, 7-5 April 19, 1997........H.......... L, 6-8 April 19, 1997........H.......... L, 5-7 April 20, 1997........H.......W, 17-8 May 16, 1997.........N.........W, 3-2 April 10, 1998........H.......... L, 2-7 April 10, 1998........H.........W, 7-3 April 11, 1998.........H.......... L, 7-8 March 20, 1999.....A.......... L, 4-8 March 21, 1999.....A.....W, 12-10 March 21, 1999.....A.......... L, 8-9 April 8, 2000..........H.........W, 2-1 April 8, 2000..........H.......... L, 2-8 April 9, 2000..........H........ L, 2-12 April 1, 2001..........A.......... L, 1-2 April 1, 2001..........A.......... L, 4-5 April 2, 2001..........A.........W, 8-0 May 11, 2002.........H.........W, 1-0 May 11, 2002.........H.......... L, 2-6 May 12, 2002.........H.........W, 1-0 April 26, 2003........A.......... L, 4-5 April 26, 2003........A.......W, 12-6 April 27, 2003........A.......... L, 1-2 May 15, 2004.........H.........W, 8-5 May 15, 2004.........H.......W, 10-9 May 16, 2004.........H.........W, 9-8 April 1, 2005..........A.........W, 5-2 April 2, 2005..........A.......... L, 3-5 April 3, 2005..........A.......... L, 2-4 May 12, 2006.........H.......W, 10-0 May 13, 2006.........H....... W, 11-0 May 14, 2006.........H.........W, 7-1 March 3, 2007.......N.......... L, 1-3 April 27, 2007........A.........W, 4-2 April 28, 2007........A.........W, 8-6 April 29, 2007........A.........W, 5-1 May 25, 2007.........N.......... L, 4-5 April 25, 2008........H.....W, 12-10 April 26, 2008........H.......W, 14-4 April 27, 2008........H.........W, 5-4 March 20, 2009.....A.......W, 12-0 March 21, 2009.....A.......W, 10-6 March 22, 2009.....A.........W, 8-6 May 21, 2009.........N.......... L, 6-8 March 26, 2010.....H.......... L, 5-9 March 27, 2010.....H.......... L, 6-9 March 28, 2010.....H.......... L, 6-8 March 25, 2011......A........ L, 5-10 March 26, 2011......A.......... L, 3-6 March 27, 2011......A.......... L, 1-5 March 30, 2012.....H........ L, 6-12 March 31, 2012.....H........ L, 2-13 April 1, 2012..........H........ L, 1-15 April 30, 2013........H.......... L, 1-2

San Francisco (5-3)

H: 3-1 • A: 2-0 • N: 0-2

March 13, 2010.....A.......... L, 0-2 March 14, 2010.....A........ L, 8-15 March 11, 2011......H.......... L, 0-6 March 12, 2011......H.......... L, 5-8 March 13, 2011......H........ L, 4-10 April 20, 2012........H.......... L, 2-5 April 21, 2012........H.........W, 9-3 April 22, 2012........H.......... L, 2-4

St. Cloud State (0-2)

April 22, 2007........A.......... L, 0-1 May 23, 2007.........N.........W, 4-2 April 18, 2008........H.........W, 9-1 April 19, 2008........H.....W, 12-10 April 20, 2008........H.........W, 7-0 April 3, 2009..........A.......W, 12-8 April 4, 2009..........A.......... L, 2-8 April 5, 2009..........A........ L, 7-12 April 9, 2010..........H.......... L, 2-4 April 10, 2010........H........ L, 9-13 April 11, 2010.........H.........W, 9-8 April 8, 2011...........A.........W, 9-4 April 9, 2011...........A.......... L, 0-2 April 10, 2011.........A.........W, 7-4 May 26, 2011.........N.......... L, 1-7 March 23, 2012.....A.......... L, 1-4 March 24, 2012.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 25, 2012.....A.........W, 7-3 March 3, 2013.......H.......W, 13-3

March 10, 1993.....H.......... L, 6-7 March 10, 1993.....H.......... L, 0-8

H: 0-1 • A: 3-4 • N: 0-3

Feb. 20, 2009........H.........W, 8-5 Feb. 21, 2009........H........ L, 9-13 Feb. 21, 2009........H.......W, 12-3 Feb. 22, 2009........H.........W, 6-3 March 5, 2010.......N.......... L, 2-3 March 5, 2010.......N.......... L, 2-8 March 6, 2010.......A.........W, 9-8 March 7, 2010.......A.........W, 2-1

SOUTHEASTERN Oklahoma State (0-1)

San JoSE STATE (2-2)

March 13, 1992.....H.......... L, 3-5

H: 1-2 • N: 1-0

March 28, 2013.....H........ L, 4-12 March 29, 2013.....H........ L, 7-11 March 30, 2013.....H.......W, 14-8 May 23, 2013.........N.......W, 13-3 Schreiner (3-0) H: 3-0

March 3, 1993.......H.........W, 7-4 March 23, 1994.....H.........W, 8-3 April 12, 1995........H.........W, 7-6 SEATTLE (2-0)

A: 2-0

April 5, 2013..........A.........W, 8-1 April 6, 2013..........A.........W, 8-4 Southeastern La. (23-24) H: 15-9 • A: 7-14 • N: 1-1

April 25, 1998........A.......... L, 5-9 April 25, 1998........A........ L, 7-14 April 26, 1998........A.........W, 7-5 April 17, 1999........H.......... L, 3-5 April 17, 1999........H.........W, 6-3 April 18, 1999........H.......W, 12-9 March 11, 2000......A.......... L, 7-8 March 11, 2000......A.......... L, 0-3 March 12, 2000.....A........ L, 6-10 April 28, 2001........H.........W, 6-0 April 28, 2001........H.........W, 8-7 April 29, 2001........H....... W, 11-5 March 16, 2002.....A........ L, 0-10 March 16, 2002.....A.......... L, 4-5 March 17, 2002.....A.........W, 8-1 April 5, 2003..........H.........W, 3-1 April 5, 2003..........H.....W, 18-12 April 6, 2003..........H.......... L, 6-7 March 19, 2004.....A........ L, 0-11 March 20, 2004.....A.........W, 5-1 March 21, 2004.....A.......... L, 3-5 April 21, 2005........H.........W, 5-1 April 23, 2005........H.........W, 5-3 April 24, 2005........H........ L, 0-11 May 27, 2005........ N........W, 9-8 April 7, 2006..........A.........W, 9-7 April 8, 2006..........A.........W, 7-1 April 9, 2006..........A.......... L, 1-3 March 31, 2007.....H.........W, 6-3 March 31, 2007.....H.........W, 5-1 April 1, 2007..........H.......W, 14-5 April 4, 2008..........A.........W, 3-0 April 5, 2008..........A.........W, 4-0 April 6, 2008..........A.......... L, 2-4 March 6, 2009.......H..... W, 11-10 March 7, 2009.......H.....W, 13-12 March 8, 2009.......H.......... L, 8-9 May 22, 2009.........N.......... L, 4-5 March 12, 2010.....A........ L, 9-10

H: 0-1

Southern Illinois (2-0)

H: 2-0

March 9, 1998.......H.........W, 7-6 March 8, 2004.......H.........W, 5-0

H: 0-2

St. Edward’s (10-2)

H: 10-1 • N: 0-1

April 14, 1992........N.......... L, 7-8 April 21, 1992....... H........W, 8-2 April 21, 1992........H.........W, 9-4 April 12, 1993........H.........W, 9-4 April 20, 1994........H.......W, 10-0 April 25, 1995........H.........W, 6-3 April 25, 1995........H.........W, 9-4 March 26, 1996.....H.........W, 9-5 Feb. 4, 1998......... H......W, 19-2 March 31, 1999.....H.......W, 10-1 March 15, 2000.....H.......... L, 5-8 April 12, 2011.........H.......W, 13-6 St. Mary’s (3-2)

H: 1-0 • A: 2-2

Feb. 15, 1992........A.......W, 10-7 Feb. 15, 1992........A.........W, 7-6 March 14, 1992.....A........ L, 2-12 Feb. 25, 2001........A........ L, 8-12 Feb. 26, 2007........H.........W, 8-5 Stanford (0-1) N: 0-1

June 5, 2005..........N.......... L, 2-6 Stephen F. Austin (23-14)

H: 13-3 • A: 8-10 • N: 2-1

April 17, 1992........A.......... L, 1-5 April 17, 1992........A.........W, 3-2 April 18, 1992........A.........W, 9-5 April 17, 1993........H.........W, 7-5 April 17, 1993........H.......... L, 6-8 April 18, 1993........H.........W, 8-3 March 19, 1994.....A.........W, 7-1 March 19, 1994.....A.......... L, 2-3 March 20, 1994.....A........ L, 5-11 Feb. 18, 1995........H....... W, 11-2 Feb. 18, 1995........H.........W, 7-0 Feb. 19, 1995........H.........W, 7-1 April 28, 2006........H.......W, 14-4 April 29, 2006........H.........W, 6-5 April 30, 2006........H.........W, 4-3 March 2, 2007.......N.........W, 6-5 April 20, 2007........A.........W, 7-6 April 21, 2007........A.......... L, 5-6

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TCU (3-8)

Feb. 13, 1993........N.......... L, 0-5 Feb. 13, 1993........N.......... L, 0-8 Feb. 14, 1993........N........ L, 2-15 Feb. 19, 1994........A.......W, 10-9 Feb. 19, 1994........A.........W, 9-7 Feb. 20, 1994........A.........W, 6-0 Feb. 8, 2003..........A........ L, 4-10 Feb. 9, 2003..........A.......... L, 3-5 Feb. 9, 2003..........A.......... L, 1-6 March 2, 2010.......A...... L, 12-17 March 13, 2012.....H.......... L, 3-7 Texas (5-22)

H: 2-5 • A: 3-17

March 30, 1993.....A.......... L, 5-8 March 29, 1994.....A.......... L, 6-9 April 5, 1995..........A........ L, 4-14 March 6, 1996.......A........ L, 3-14 March 4, 1997.......A........ L, 3-17 Feb. 3, 1998..........A.........W, 3-0 April 14, 1998........H.........W, 4-1 Feb. 9, 1999..........A..... W, 11-10 April 27, 1999........H........ L, 3-11 Feb. 15, 2000........A.......... L, 4-5 April 25, 2000........H.......... L, 4-8 Feb. 6, 2001..........A.......... L, 0-4 April 3, 2001..........H........ L, 0-10 Feb. 19, 2002........A........ L, 3-20 April 2, 2002..........A........ L, 1-11 Feb. 18, 2003........A........ L, 1-14 April 15, 2003........A........ L, 2-14 March 16, 2004.....H.......... L, 0-5 April 6, 2004..........H.......... L, 2-4 Feb. 15, 2005........A........ L, 0-10 Feb. 14, 2006........A.......... L, 1-6 April 18, 2006........H......W 14-10 April 3, 2007..........A........ L, 9-14 March 17, 2008.....H........ L, 5-16 April 23, 2008........A.........W, 7-0 April 27, 2010........A.......... L, 4-6 April 8, 2011...........A.......... L, 5-8 Texas-Pan American (52-30) H: 28-11 • A: 23-19 • N: 1-0

Feb. 8, 1992..........H.......... L, 8-9 Feb. 8, 1992..........H.......... L, 6-9 Feb. 9, 1992..........H.......W, 12-5 Feb. 28, 1992........A........ L, 6-17

Feb. 29, 1992........A.......... L, 1-3 Feb. 4, 1995..........H.........W, 5-4 Feb. 4, 1995..........H.......W, 14-8 Feb. 5, 1995..........H.......W, 10-1 Feb. 25, 1995........A.........W, 5-4 Feb. 26, 1995........A.........W, 3-2 April 10, 1996........H.......W, 10-3 Feb. 14, 1997........A.........W, 5-4 Feb. 14, 1997........A.......... L, 5-6 Feb. 15, 1997........A.......... L, 0-4 April 16, 1997........H.......... L, 1-4 April 16, 1997........H........ L, 4-16 Feb. 8, 1998..........H.........W, 8-5 Feb. 8, 1998..........H........ L, 9-16 Feb. 28, 1998........A.......... L, 2-7 Feb. 28, 1998........A.......... L, 3-8 March 1, 1998.......A.......... L, 3-5 March 1, 1998.......A.......... L, 5-7 April 28, 1998........H.......W, 12-3 April 28, 1998........H.......W, 12-6 Feb. 7, 1999..........H.........W, 6-4 Feb. 7, 1999..........H..... W, 15-11 Feb. 13, 1999........A.......... L, 3-4 Feb. 13, 1999........A.......... L, 2-9 Feb. 14, 1999........A.......... L, 3-4 Feb. 14, 1999........A.......... L, 7-9 Feb. 23, 1999........H.......... L, 7-8 Feb. 23, 1999........H.......... L, 1-4 Feb. 18, 2000........A.......... L, 6-7 Feb. 19, 2000........A.......... L, 1-6 Feb. 20, 2000........A.........W, 4-1 April 4, 2000..........A.........W, 4-3 April 5, 2000..........A.......W, 12-6 April 18, 2000........H........ L, 1-12 April 18, 2000........H.......W, 10-1 April 19, 2000........H.........W, 9-8 Feb. 24, 2001........N.....W, 16-10 Feb. 27, 2001........A.........W, 9-4 Feb. 27, 2001........A.........W, 5-1 Feb. 28, 2001........A.........W, 5-2 March 21, 2001.....H.........W, 8-4 May 2, 2001...........H.........W, 6-5 May 2, 2001...........H.......W, 10-8 Feb. 26, 2002........A.......W, 16-5 Feb. 26, 2002........A.......W, 13-1 April 17, 2002........H.......... L, 6-7 April 17, 2002........H....... W, 11-3 April 23, 2003........H........ L, 6-11 April 23, 2003........H.....W, 16-10 April 30, 2003........A.........W, 5-4 April 30, 2003........A.........W, 7-6 March 12, 2004.....A.......... L, 4-6 March 13, 2004.....A.........W, 3-1 March 23, 2004.....H..... W, 12-11 March 24, 2004.....H.......W, 21-6 April 13, 2004........A.......... L, 1-5 April 13, 2004........A.........W, 2-1 April 14, 2004........A.........W, 7-4 March 6, 2005.......A........ L, 9-12 March 29, 2005.....H.........W, 6-5 March 30, 2005.....H.......W, 14-3 April 19, 2005........A.........W, 9-4 April 20, 2005........A.......W, 23-7 March 7, 2006.......H.......W, 10-9 April 4, 2006..........A.......W, 10-8 May 16, 2006.........A.......... L, 4-5 March 4, 2007.......A.......... L, 2-3 March 27, 2007.....A.........W, 7-3 April 17, 2007........H.......W, 12-2 April 18, 2007........H....... W, 11-1


INFORMATION GUIDE

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS March 18, 2008.....H.........W, 4-1 March 18, 2008.....H.......W, 16-4 March 24, 2009.....H.....W, 17-10 April 21, 2009........A.......W, 16-5 March 27, 2012.....H...... L, 13-18 April 10, 2012........A.........W, 7-3 Feb. 26, 2013........H.........W, 7-1 April 23, 2013........A.........W, 2-1 Texas A&M (9-22)

H: 6-3 • N: 0-1 • A: 3-18

April 27, 1993........A.......... L, 0-2 April 12, 1994........A.......... L, 1-2 Feb. 21, 1995........A.........W, 9-4 March 28, 1995.....H........ L, 6-16 April 23, 1996........A........ L, 4-15 March 25, 1997.....A.......... L, 4-6 March 25, 1997.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 17, 1998.....H.........W, 3-1 March 31, 1998.....A........ L, 4-18 March 2, 1999.......H.......W, 10-9 April 13, 1999........A...... L, 11-12 Feb. 8, 2000..........A.........W, 4-0 April 4, 2001..........A.......... L, 3-9 March 12, 2002.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 13, 2002.....H.........W, 9-4 March 4, 2003.......A.......... L, 5-8 March 18, 2003.....H.........W, 6-5 March 31, 2004.....A........ L, 1-11 May 12, 2004.........A.......... L, 2-9 Feb. 22, 2005........H.......... L, 1-4 April 26, 2005........A.........W, 6-3 March 12, 2006.....H.........W, 4-2 April 25, 2006........A.......... L, 3-9 April 10, 2007........A.......... L, 2-6 March 25, 2008.....H.......... L, 4-5 March 31, 2009.....A........ L, 6-16 April 6, 2010..........A........ L, 5-14 May 3, 2011...........H.........W, 3-2 April 3, 2012..........A.......... L, 3-4 April 2, 2013..........A........ L, 4-11 June 1, 2013..........N.......... L, 1-6 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (27-21) H: 16-6 • A: 10-12 • N: 1-3

Feb. 13, 2002........H.........W, 9-4 Feb. 16, 2002........H.......W, 15-6 Feb. 16, 2002........H.......W, 10-3 April 24, 2002........A.......... L, 2-4 April 24, 2002........A...... L, 11-12 March 8, 2003.......H.........W, 5-0 March 8, 2003.......H.........W, 9-8 April 9, 2003..........A.........W, 9-4 April 9, 2003..........A.........W, 8-6 April 21, 2004........A.......... L, 4-8 April 21, 2004........A.........W, 3-1 April 28, 2004........H.......... L, 1-4 April 28, 2004........H.......W, 15-3 Feb. 11, 2005.........H.......... L, 0-1 Feb. 12, 2005........H........ L, 7-10 Feb. 13, 2005........H.......... L, 4-8 April 13, 2005........A.......... L, 3-5 April 13, 2005........A........ L, 3-11 Feb. 25, 2006........A.........W, 9-5 Feb. 25, 2006........A.......... L, 4-6 Feb. 26, 2006........A.......... L, 4-6 May 2, 2006...........H.........W, 9-3 May 2, 2006...........H....... W, 11-5 May 4, 2007...........H.......W, 12-0 May 5, 2007...........H..... W, 24-11

May 6, 2007...........H.....W, 15-10 May 2, 2008...........A........ L, 3-12 May 3, 2008...........A.......... L, 2-5 May 4, 2008...........A....... W, 11-2 May 21, 2008.........N.......... L, 5-7 May 23, 2008.........N...... L, 10-12 Feb. 24, 2009........A.......W, 10-4 March 27, 2009.....H.......W, 10-9 March 28, 2009.....H...... L, 10-11 March 29, 2009.....H........ L, 9-14 April 1, 2010..........A.......W, 19-5 April 2, 2010..........A.......... L, 4-5 April 3, 2010..........A.....W, 15-10 April 1, 2011...........H.......W, 13-6 April 2, 2011...........H.........W, 8-2 April 3, 2011...........H.....W, 14-10 May 25, 2011.........N.........W, 3-2 May 27, 2011.........N.......... L, 1-2 March 9, 2012.......A.......... L, 3-6 March 10, 2012.....A.........W, 7-2 March 11, 2012......A.......... L, 0-1 Feb. 20, 2013........A.......W, 19-4 April 9, 2013..........H.......W, 12-5 Texas A&M-Kingsville (6-1) H: 5-0 • A: 1-1

Feb. 22, 2000........H....... W, 11-7 March 28, 2000.....H.......W, 15-8 March 6, 2001.......A........ L, 7-10 April 10, 2001........H.......W, 18-1 March 6, 2002.......H.......W, 14-5 March 26, 2002.....A.........W, 8-0 March 26, 2003.....H.........W, 5-1 Texas Lutheran (5-7)

H: 3-4 • A: 1-2 • N: 1-1

Feb. 12, 1992 .......A.......... L, 1-2 Feb. 12, 1992........A.......... L, 3-4 April 7, 1992..........H.......... L, 3-5 April 7, 1992..........H.......... L, 4-7 Feb. 26, 1993........A.........W, 7-3 Feb. 27, 1993........N.........W, 5-0 Feb. 27, 1993........N.......... L, 4-5 April 19, 1995........H.......W, 10-3 Feb. 27, 1996........H.........W, 4-3 April 15, 1997........H.......... L, 0-5 Feb. 11, 1998.........H.........W, 4-3 April 6, 1999..........H.......... L, 7-8 Texas Southern (3-0)

H: 1-0 • A: 2-0

Feb. 15, 1994........H....... W, 11-4 Feb. 27, 1994........A.......W, 14-0 Feb. 27, 1994........A.........W, 9-0 Texas State (29-51)

H: 14-23 • A: 13-25 • N: 2-3

March 11, 1992......H.......... L, 2-5 March 11, 1992......H.......... L, 1-9 May 2, 1992...........A.......... L, 2-9 May 2, 1992...........A.......... L, 4-8 May 3, 1992...........A........ L, 5-13 May 2, 1993...........H.........W, 8-2 May 2, 1993...........H.......... L, 2-3 May 3, 1993...........H.......... L, 8-9 April 1, 1994..........H.........W, 8-7 April 2, 1994..........H.........W, 5-4 April 2, 1994..........H...... L, 12-13 April 1, 1995..........A.......W, 13-2 April 1, 1995..........A.........W, 4-3

April 2, 1995..........A.....W, 24-12 March 30, 1996.....A.......... L, 0-4 March 30, 1996.....A.......... L, 2-4 March 31, 1996.....A........ L, 2-13 May 4, 1996...........H.......... L, 2-8 May 4, 1996...........H...... L, 11-12 May 5, 1996...........H.......W, 14-6 March 28, 1997.....H........ L, 4-15 March 28, 1997.....H........ L, 0-12 March 29, 1997.....H.......W, 10-5 May 3, 1997...........A.......... L, 0-7 May 3, 1997...........A.......... L, 0-3 May 4, 1997...........A.......... L, 5-6 May 17, 1997.........N.......... L, 2-8 May 17, 1997.........N.......... L, 7-9 March 28, 1998.....H.......... L, 4-6 March 28, 1998.....H.......W, 13-7 March 29, 1998.....H.......W, 10-7 May 1, 1999...........H.......... L, 8-9 May 1, 1999...........H.........W, 7-4 May 2, 1999...........H.........W, 8-2 May 16, 1999.........N....... W, 11-2 April 28, 2000........A........ L, 5-18 April 29, 2000........A.........W, 6-2 April 30, 2000........A........ L, 1-20 April 21, 2001........H.........W, 1-0 April 21, 2001........H.......... L, 3-4 April 22, 2001........H.........W, 6-5 April 12, 2002........A...... L, 11-12 April 13, 2002........A...... L, 10-11 April 14, 2002........A....... W, 11-9 May 9, 2003...........A.......... L, 2-8 May 10, 2003.........H.........W, 5-3 May 11, 2003.........H.......... L, 4-5 April 16, 2004........H.......... L, 0-3 April 17, 2004........A.......... L, 2-8 April 18, 2004........A.........W, 8-6 March 25, 2005.....A..... W, 11-10 March 26, 2005.....H.........W, 7-4 March 27, 2005.....H.......... L, 3-5 May 25, 2005.........N.........W, 8-7 May 18, 2006.........H.......... L, 3-5 May 19, 2006.........A.........W, 5-0 May 20, 2006.........A........ L, 3-12 May 17, 2007.........A.......... L, 2-7 May 18, 2007.........H.........W, 7-6 May 19, 2007.........H.........W, 5-3 May 24, 2007.........N.......... L, 6-9 May 15, 2008.........H........ L, 3-10 May 16, 2008.........A.........W, 3-0 May 17, 2008.........A........ L, 8-10 May 1, 2009...........A.......W, 15-6 May 2, 2009...........H........ L, 4-11 May 3, 2009...........H.......... L, 3-5 April 30, 2010........A........ L, 0-10 May 1, 2010...........A.......... L, 5-6 May 2, 2010...........H...... L, 10-11 May 6, 2011...........A.......... L, 0-3 May 7, 2011...........H.......... L, 7-9 May 8, 2011...........H.......... L, 6-7 May 11, 2012.........A.......... L, 3-8 May 12, 2012.........A.......... L, 3-4 May 13, 2012.........A.........W, 4-0 March 5, 2013.......A.......... L, 0-6 May 3, 2013...........H.........W, 3-2 May 4, 2013...........H........ L, 8-13 May 5, 2013...........H........ L, 3-12

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Texas Tech (1-7)

H: 0-1 • A: 0-2 • N: 1-4

May 2, 2000...........A.......... L, 6-8 May 3, 2000...........A...... L, 12-15 Feb. 27, 2005........N........ L, 7-22 Feb. 25, 2008........H........ L, 6-16 April 7, 2009..........N.........W, 2-0 April 7, 2009..........N.......... L, 6-7 April 5, 2011...........N.......... L, 2-8 April 5, 2011...........N........ L, 6-11 Trinity (3-0)

H: 1-0 • A: 2-0

March 25, 1992.....A....... W, 11-2 March 31, 1992.....A.......W, 13-3 April 14, 1993........H.......W, 15-3 TULANE (1-2)

A: 1-2

March 15, 2013.....A.........W, 3-2 March 16, 2013.....A.......... L, 1-2 March 17, 2013.....A.......... L, 3-8 UT Arlington (30-43) H: 17-16 • A: 13-23 • N: 0-4

March 13, 1993.....A.......... L, 2-3 March 13, 1993.....A.......... L, 0-8 March 14, 1993.....A.......... L, 6-7 March 12, 1994.....H.........W, 3-1 March 12, 1994.....H.........W, 9-2 March 13, 1994.....H.........W, 3-2 March 11, 1995......A.......... L, 3-8 March 11, 1995......A.........W, 3-1 March 12, 1995.....A.........W, 4-1 April 13, 1996........A.......W, 15-2 April 13, 1996........A.........W, 6-1 April 14, 1996........A.......... L, 1-9 April 27, 1996........H.........W, 6-2 April 27, 1996........H.......W, 16-7 April 28, 1996........H...... L, 18-25 April 12, 1997........H........ L, 4-11 April 12, 1997........H.........W, 6-5 April 13, 1997........H.........W, 2-0 April 27, 1997........A.......... L, 0-2 April 28, 1997........A.......... L, 2-3 April 28, 1997........A.........W, 4-2 April 4, 1998..........A.........W, 4-3 April 4, 1998..........A........ L, 7-10 April 5, 1998..........A.......... L, 4-5 April 2, 1999..........H.......W, 10-5 April 2, 1999..........H.......W, 13-5 April 3, 1999..........H.......... L, 2-9 May 16, 1999.........N.......... L, 0-4 May 17, 1999.........N.......... L, 3-7 March 25, 2000.....A.......... L, 3-4 March 25, 2000.....A.........W, 9-2 March 26, 2000.....A.......... L, 4-7 March 24, 2001.....H.......... L, 0-2 March 24, 2001.....H.......... L, 4-5 March 25, 2001.....H.......W, 14-4 May 17, 2001.........N.......... L, 2-6 May 17, 2002.........A........ L, 0-13 May 18, 2002.........A.......... L, 3-4 May 18, 2002.........A........ L, 7-14 April 11, 2003.........H........ L, 4-17 April 12, 2003........H........ L, 6-12 April 13, 2003........H........ L, 3-12 May 20, 2004.........A.......... L, 5-6 May 21, 2004.........A.......... L, 2-9 May 22, 2004.........A.......... L, 1-2

April 15, 2005........H.......W, 12-4 April 16, 2005........H.......... L, 3-9 April 17, 2005........H.....W, 16-10 April 21, 2006........A.........W, 5-2 April 22, 2006........A.........W, 7-0 April 23, 2006........A.......... L, 3-5 May 26, 2006.........N.......... L, 1-2 April 5, 2007..........A.........W, 6-3 April 6, 2007..........A.......... L, 3-9 April 7, 2007..........A.......W, 12-0 March 28, 2008.....H.........W, 5-3 March 29, 2008.....H.........W, 8-2 March 30, 2008.....H........ L, 7-14 March 14, 2009.....A.......... L, 3-5 March 15, 2009.....A.........W, 3-2 March 15, 2009.....A.......... L, 2-3 March 19, 2010.....H.........W, 8-2 March 20, 2010.....H.......... L, 0-7 March 21, 2010.....H.......... L, 1-8 March 19, 2011......A.......... L, 1-2 March 20, 2011......A.........W, 4-1 March 21, 2011......A.......... L, 1-2 April 13, 2012........H........ L, 5-10 April 14, 2012........H.........W, 8-5 April 15, 2012........H........ L, 6-10 March 22, 2013.....H.........W, 9-2 March 23, 2013.....H.......... L, 6-7 March 24, 2013.....H........ L, 2-15 Utah (2-2)

H: 2-1 • N: 0-1

Feb. 22, 1992........N.......... L, 3-5 Feb. 10, 2006........H.........W, 5-4 Feb. 11, 2006.........H........ L, 1-10 Feb. 12, 2006........H.........W, 9-6 VCU (1-0)

H: 1-0

March 15, 1995.....H.........W, 5-2 WASHINGTON STATE (3-1)

H: 3-1

March 8, 2013.......H.......... L, 3-6 March 9, 2013.......H.......W, 12-3 March 9, 2013.......H.....W, 13-10 March 10, 2013.....H.........W, 4-3 Yale (3-0)

H: 3-0

March 8, 1999.......H.....W, 21-10 March 16, 1999.....H.......W, 21-0 March 17, 1999.....H.......W, 12-5


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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1994 Southland Conference Tournament Champions (Natchitoches, La.)

May 15.......... Sam Houston State............W, 3-2 May 18..............McNeese State.............W, 10-5 May 19.......... Northwestern State............W, 7-6

All-Tournament Team (UTSA players)

Brent Houtchens, 1B Scott Pederson, OF Tony Gee, DH Jeff Hutzler, P

Most Valuable Player Scott Pederson, UTSA

2005 Southland Conference Tournament Champions (Natchitoches, La.)

May 25.......... Texas State...............W, 8-7 May 26...............Lamar...................W, 6-3 May 27........Southeastern La......W, 9-8 (10) May 28...............Lamar...................W, 4-1

All-Tournament Team (UTSA players)

Lee Todesco, 1B J.R. Voyles, 2B Ryan Crew, SS Sean Danielson, OF Steve Holdren, DH Aaron Rodriguez, P

Most Valuable Player Ryan Crew, UTSA

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007 Southland Conference Regular Season Champions “Wire to Wire” Championship — league-record 24 wins

March 16..........at McNeese State............... W, 3-1 March 17..........at McNeese State............. W, 12-9 March 18..........at McNeese State ............ W, 16-2 March 23.......... Central Arkansas........... W, 12-10 March 24.......... Central Arkansas............. W, 12-4 March 25.......... Central Arkansas............. W, 14-1 March 31.......... Southeastern La................ W, 6-3 March 31.......... Southeastern La................ W, 5-1 April 1............... Southeastern La.............. W, 14-5 April 5................. at UT Arlington................. W, 6-3

April 6................. at UT Arlington.................. L, 3-9 April 7................. at UT Arlington............... W, 12-0 April 13............Northwestern State............ W, 11-3 April 14............Northwestern State............... L, 1-5 April 15............Northwestern State.......... W, 12-10 April 20........... at Stephen F. Austin............. W, 7-6 April 21........... at Stephen F. Austin.............. L, 5-6 April 22........... at Stephen F. Austin.............. L, 0-1 April 27......... at Sam Houston State........... W, 4-2 April 28......... at Sam Houston State........... W, 8-6

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April 29......... at Sam Houston State........... W, 5-1 May 4.............. A&M-Corpus Christi........... W, 12-0 May 5.............. A&M-Corpus Christi......... W, 24-11 May 6.............. A&M-Corpus Christi......... W, 15-10 May 11....................at Nicholls...................... L, 1-4 May 12....................at Nicholls..................... W, 9-5 May 13....................at Nicholls..................... W, 2-1 May 17.................at Texas State................... L, 2-7 May 18...................Texas State.................... W, 7-6 May 19...................Texas State.................... W, 5-3


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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008 Southland Conference Regular Season Champions

“Back-to-Back” Champions — 22 wins (tied for second most in league history)

March 14............McNeese State............... W, 13-3 March 15............McNeese State............... W, 15-4 March 16............McNeese State ................ W, 4-1 March 20........ at Central Arkansas.............. L, 3-4 March 21........ at Central Arkansas.............. L, 5-8 March 22........ at Central Arkansas............. W, 2-1 March 28.............. UT Arlington................... W, 5-3 March 29.............. UT Arlington................... W, 8-2 March 30.............. UT Arlington.................. L, 7-14 April 4............. at Southeastern La.............. W, 3-0

April 5............. at Southeastern La.............. W, 4-0 April 6............. at Southeastern La............... L, 2-4 April 11...........at Northwestern State.......... W, 10-4 April 12..........at Northwestern State.......... W, 11-9 April 13..........at Northwestern State.......... W, 12-2 April 18............. Stephen F. Austin............... W, 9-1 April 19............. Stephen F. Austin........... W, 12-10 April 20............. Stephen F. Austin............... W, 7-0 April 25........... Sam Houston State......... W, 12-10 April 26........... Sam Houston State........... W, 14-4

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April 27........... Sam Houston State............. W, 5-4 May 2............ at A&M-Corpus Christi.......... L, 3-12 May 3............ at A&M-Corpus Christi............ L, 2-5 May 4............ at A&M-Corpus Christi......... W, 11-2 May 9........................Nicholls................... W, 13-10 May 10......................Nicholls..................... W, 14-7 May 11......................Nicholls....................... W, 5-2 May 15...................Texas State................... L, 3-10 May 16.................at Texas State.................. W, 3-0 May 17.................at Texas State................. L, 8-10


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WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 WESTERN ATHLETIC Conference Tournament Champions (Grand Prairie, Texas)

May 22........... Sacramento State..... W, 3-2 (14) May 23..............San Jose State....... W, 13-3 (8) May 24.............CSU Bakersfield..............W, 1-0 May 26...............Dallas Baptist.............. W, 11-4

All-Tournament Team (UTSA players)

John Bormann, C Riley Good, OF Brock Hartson, P Matt Sims, P

Most Valuable Player Matt Sims, UTSA

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NO-HITTER JEFF HUTZLER / PAUL RUNYAN UTSA 16, Concordia-Portland 0 March 21, 1992 • Boerne, Texas

NOTES: Jeff Hutzler and Paul Runyan combine on UTSA’s first no-hitter. Game ended after six innings due to run rule. CONCORDIA AB R H RBI Schmittke, dh 3 0 0 0 Feltmann, ss 2 0 0 0 Dyer, 2b 1 0 0 0 Males, 2b 1 0 0 0 O’Leary, 1b 1 0 0 0 Krening, c 0 0 0 0 Procher, c 1 0 0 0 Musfeldt, rf 2 0 0 0 Guizio, 3b 2 0 0 0 Evermann, lf 2 0 0 0 Jones, cf 2 0 0 0

UTSA Dalton, cf Brown, ph Crider, 3b Whitlock, dh Adams, lf Hord, 1b Perez, 2b Arevalos, ss Anderson, rf Pitts, c Wenning, ph

AB R H RBI 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 2 4 2 3 2 4 4 1 3 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Concordia...................000 000 - 0 0 3 UTSA...........................103 66x - 16 12 0 E – O’Leary 2, Evermann. DP – none. LOB – Concordia 1, UTSA 6. 2B – Dalton 2, Hord, Perez. 3B – Perez. HR – Adams, Hord. HBP – none. SH – none. SF – none. SB – Hord, Anderson. CS – Arevalos. Concordia............................IP Green (L).............................3.0 Voges..................................0.2 Lyons...................................0.2 Frickey.................................1.2

H 5 4 2 1

R ER BB K 4 4 4 3 6 0 1 0 3 3 1 1 3 3 4 1

UTSA...................................IP H Hutzler (W)..........................4.0 0 Runyan................................2.0 0

R ER BB K 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1

Paul Runyan

Jeff Hutzler

Just 29 games into UTSA’s inaugural season, freshman Jeff Hutzler and sophomore Paul Runyan combined on the program’s first nohitter. Hutzler struck out four over the first four innings while Runyan fanned one batter and held Concordia-Portland hitless in a run-ruled shortened six-inning contest after the Roadrunners offense backed them up with 16 runs.

WP – Green 3, Frickey 3, Hutzler. HB – none. PB – none.

CYCLES

LANCE BROWN

MICHAEL ROCKETT

MICKEY PEREZ

UTSA 16, Texas-Pan American 5

UTSA 16, Sacred Heart 2

UTSA 13, Texas State 2

STATS: 4-for-6, 3 runs, 2 RBIs

STATS: 4-for-4, 1 run, 6 RBIs

STATS: 4-for-5, 4 runs, 1 RBI

PLATE APPEARANCES: 2nd inning: solo home run to center field 4th inning: struck out swinging 6th inning: singled to right field 6th inning: tripled to center field 7th inning: doubled to right field 9th inning: flied out to center field

PLATE APPEARANCES: 1st inning: doubled down left-field line 2nd inning: two-run single to center field 3rd inning: two-run homer to left field 4th inning: RBI triple to right field

PLATE APPEARANCES: No record.

April 21, 2009 • Edinburg, Texas

March 1, 2008 • San Antonio, Texas

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April 1, 1995 • San Marcos, Texas


INFORMATION GUIDE

ALL-AMERICANS MARK SCHRAMEK

MICHAEL ROCKETT

2002 THIRD-TEAM ALL-AMERICA (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

UTSA’s first All-American ... the program’s higest draft pick after being selected in the supplemental first round (40th overall) by the Cincinnati Reds ... named Southland Conference Hitter of the Year and Player of the Year while earning first-team all-conference honors at third base ... named Team MVP, Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year ... led both UTSA and the Southland in nearly every offensive category ... finished the year ranked 23rd in the nation in batting average ... named Southland Hitter of the Week and National Player of the Week on April 22 following a 14-for-18 performance with four home runs, five doubles, 10 runs and 10 RBIs ... registered a .678 slugging percentage and .502 on-base percentage ... had 26 multi-hit and 12 multi-RBI games. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2008 SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA (NCBWA)

The most decorated player in program history ... drafted in the 13th round by the Detroit Tigers following the 2009 season ... in 2008, he was named ProLine/National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) second-team All-American ... also selected as Southland Conference Player of the Year and first-team all-league in the outfield ... finished the season ranked in the top six of seven SLC offensive categories, including third in hits (89), second in runs batted in (68) and tied for total bases (149) ... named the Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball on March 3 after hitting for the second cycle in school history on March 1 against Sacred Heart. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2008 .360 57 57 247 60 89 25 5 10 68 6 32 9-11

2002 .416 54 54 202 63 84 16 2 11 49 23 31 1-2

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS RYAN CREW

RYAN DALTON

2003 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

Earned the first freshman All-America selection in program history ... also named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year ... appeared in 53 games, including 52 starts at shortstop ... led team with a .313 batting average, 68 hits, 14 doubles and 101 total bases ... tied for second on the squad with five home runs. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2003 .313 53 52 217 37 68 14 2 5 34 5 21 4-5

MICHAEL ROCKETT

2010 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (CONSENSUS)

Earned consensus Freshman All-America honors … became fourth UTSA player tabbed Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball … named second-team Pro Line Athletic Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association … collected second-team Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America … third UTSA player to be named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year … batted .305 with nine doubles, one triple and UTSA frosh records with 17 home runs (t-1st in Southland) and 51 RBIs … slugged at a .632 clip and registered a team-best 120 total bases … started in all 50 games … recorded team highs with 19 multi-hit and 13 multiRBI games. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2006 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

Set the tone for his career by earning Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball ... also named second-team All-Southland ... hit .352 with seven doubles, a pair of triples, five home runs and 32 RBIs ... registered 21 multi-hit games, including five three-hit performances and a pair of four-hit efforts ... had a 15-game hitting streak from April 30-May 24 and hit .424 (25-for-59) during that stretch. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2006 .352 52 47 196 32 69 7 2 5 32 5 34 5-6

TIM PALINCSAR 2007 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

Named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American from Collegiate Baseball ... also named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and third-team allleague at designated hitter ... started 55 of team’s 58 games and hit .34 with a squad-leading and UTSA freshman record 56 runs scored ... added 13 doubles, three triples, six home runs, 37 RBIs, a .406 on-base percentage and a teambest 13 stolen bases. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2007 .304 58 55 207 56 63 13 3 6 37 30 48 13-13

2010 .305 50 50 190 38 58 9 1 17 51 12 46 0-1

RILEY GOOD 2011 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

Became the fifth player in program history to be named a Freshman All-American after earning the nod from Collegiate Baseball ... earned honorable mention All-Southland honors ... one of only two players to start all 59 games ... as the everyday leadoff hitter, he batted .337 wth 42 runs, 15 doubles, three triples, two home runs and 32 RBIs ... added a team-high 16 stolen bases ... his 86 hits were third-most among all NCAA freshmen (also UTSA frosh record) ... set program record with 255 at-bats ... led team with 25 multi-hit games, including 11 of the three-hit variety ... reached base in a team-high 36 consecutive games ... posted a 13-game hitting streak (March 18-April 8), in which he batted .458 (27-for-59) with six doubles, two triples, one home run and 10 RBIs. YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2011 .337 59 59 255 42 86 15 3 2 32 19 38 16-24

BROCK HARTSON 2013 FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN (COLLEGIATE BASEBALL)

Named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American from Collegiate Baseball ... also earned second-team All-Western Athletic Conference and All-WAC Tournament honors ... anchored UTSA’s pitching staff and posted a 9-5 mark with a 3.40 ERA ... led the Roadrunners with 106 innings pitched and struck out 50 hitters. YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO 2013

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ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN MIKE SRP 2003 SECOND-TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA (CoSIDA) Became the program’s first academic All-American after being selected by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) ... also named Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year. YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO 2003

5.93 6-7 16 15 1 0 1 85.0 110 60 56 27 42

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SUPERLATIVE AWARDS JARED HOWTON

TIM PALINCSAR

2001 SOUTHLAND PITCHER OF THE YEAR

2007 SOUTHLAND FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

2001

3.42 9-3 16 16 7 0 2 97.1 87 40 37 27 83

MARK SCHRAMEK

2007 .304 58 55 207 56 63 13 3 6 37 30 48 13-13

SHERMAN CORBETT

2002 SOUTHLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002 SOUTHLAND HITTER OF THE YEAR

2007 SOUTHLAND CLAY GOULD COACH OF THE YEAR 2008 SOUTHLAND CLAY GOULD COACH OF THE YEAR

YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A

YEAR

2002 .416 54 54 202 63 84 16 2 11 49 23 31 1-2

RYAN CREW

2008

RECORD

NOTES

36-22 (24-6 SLC)

39-19 (20-12 SLC)

SLC Regular Season Champions/SLC record 24 wins

First back-to-back SLC titles in school history

MICHAEL ROCKETT

2003 SOUTHLAND FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A 2003 .313 53 52 217 37 68 14 2 5 34 5 21 4-5

MIKE SRP

2008 SOUTHLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A 2008 .360 57 57 247 60 89 25 5 10 68 6 32 9-11

RYAN DALTON

2003 SOUTHLAND STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR YEAR ERA W-L GP GS CG SV SHO IP H R ER BB SO 2003

2007

5.93 6-7 16 15 1 0 1 85.0 110 60 56 27 42

2010 SOUTHLAND FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A 2010 .305 50 50 190 38 58 9 1 17 51 12 46 0-1

TRENT LOCKWOOD 2007 SOUTHLAND NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-A 2007 .378 57 56 230 49 87 23 3 14 57 22 38 3-4

Trent Lockwood

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INFORMATION GUIDE NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK COLLEGIATE BASEBALL 2002 Mark Schramek, 3B (4/22) 2008 Michael Rockett, OF (3/3) Trent Lockwood, DH (3/31) Trent Lockwood, DH (4/14) 2011 Ryan Hutson, 1B (5/23) NCBWA 2011 Ryan Hutson, 1B (5/24) ALL-REGION ABCA 1998 2001 2002 2004 2006 2008

Kent Wallis, OF Jared Howton, P Mark Schramek, 3B Ryan Crew, SS Lee Todesco, 1B Michael Rockett, OF

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2003 2006 2008

Mike Srp, P (1st team) Michael McKennon, OF (2nd team) Bradley Chovanec, P (1st team) Michael Rockett, OF (2nd team)

ALL-CONFERENCE

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 1992 Chance Barnett, OF (2nd team) Jerry Dalton, OF (2nd team) 1993 Brent Olson, OF (2nd team) 1994 Scott Pederson, DH (1st team) Ryan Arevalos, 2B (2nd team) Jeff Hutzler, P (2nd team) 1995 Mickey Perez, 2B (1st team) Ryan Arevalos, SS (2nd team) David Hord, 3B (2nd team) Jeff Hutzler, P (2nd team) 1996 Marc Perez, OF (1st team) Jeff Mott, 2B (2nd team) 1997 Sean Alvarez, OF (2nd team) 1998 Jeff Juarez, OF (1st team) Kent Wallis, OF (2nd team) 1999 Johnny Johnston, 2B (1st team) Jeff Juarez, OF (1st team) Steve Minus, 3B (1st team) Kent Wallis, OF (2nd team) 2000 Ryan Smith, OF (1st team) 2001 Jared Howton, P (1st team) Matt McIntyre, C (1st team) Mark Schramek, 3B (2nd team) Jeremy James, SS (3rd team) Hunter Wenzel, OF (3rd team) 2002 Phillip Gentry, OF (1st team) Mark Schramek, 3B (1st team) Mike Srp, P (2nd team) Jeremy Blilie, C (3rd team) 2004 Ryan Crew, SS (1st team) Klae Boehme, P (3rd team) Lucas Stewart, DH (3rd team) 2005 Aaron Rodriguez, P (2nd team) Ryan Crew, SS (3rd team) Sean Danielson, OF (3rd team) Stephen Holdren, DH (3rd team) Ryan Saltzgaber, 3B (3rd team) 2006 Josh Ruffin, P (1st team) Lee Todesco, 1B (1st team)

INDIVIDUAL HONORS

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Michael McKennon, OF (2nd team) Michael Rockett, OF (2nd team) Noah Tritz, P (2nd team) J.R. Voyles, 2B (2nd team) Josh Blakley, P (2nd team) Zach Etheredge, C (2nd team) James Keithley, 2B (2nd team) Michael Rockett, OF (2nd team) Trent Lockwood, 1B (3rd team) Tim Palincsar, DH (3rd team) Ryan Saltzgaber, 3B (3rd team) Michael Rockett, OF (1st team) Zach Calhoon, P (2nd team) James Keithley, SS (2nd team) Trent Lockwood, 1B (2nd team) Tim Palincsar, DH (2nd team) Bradley Chovanec, P (3rd team) Ryan Rummel, 3B (3rd team) Lance Brown, 3B (1st team) Michael Rockett, OF (1st team) Jose Hernandez, OF (2nd team) Ryan Hutson, 2B (3rd team) Ryan Hutson, 2B (1st team) Ryan Rummel, DH (3rd team) Ryan Dalton, 3B (3rd team) Ryan Hutson, 1B (3rd team) Ryan Dalton, 3B (2nd team) RJ Perucki, SS (3rd team)

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 RJ Perucki, 3B (1st team) Riley Good, OF (2nd team) Brock Hartson, P (2nd team) Daniel Rockett, OF (2nd team) CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2001 Link LeGrand, OF 2003 Mike Srp, P 2009 Ryan Rummel, C

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2005 Michael McKennon, OF J.R. Voyles, 2B 2006 Michael McKennon, OF 2007 Michael Rockett, OF Tim Palincsar, DH 2008 Bradley Chovanec, P (1st team) Michael Rockett, OF (1st team) Ryan Rummel, 3B (1st team) 2009 Michael Rockett, OF (1st team) 2010 Kevin Clarke, P (1st team) Ryan Rummel, DH (2nd team) 2011 Kevin Clarke, P (2nd team) Casey Selsor, P/OF (2nd team) 2012 Matt Sims, P (2nd team) WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 John Bormann, C Rodney Garza, INF Riley Good, OF Michael Kraft, P Daniel Rockett, OF Matt Sims, P Mike Warren, INF Wesley Cox, P (Transfer)

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POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2003 Mike Srp, P

CONFERENCE WEEKLY HONORS

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE WEEK 2001 Jared Howton (4/18) 2006 Josh Ruffin (3/20) Josh Ruffin (4/24) 2007 Zach Calhoon (3/5) 2008 Bradley Chovanec (4/7) Kris Ruepke (4/21) Ryan Proudfoot (4/28) Bradley Chovanec (5/19) 2009 Matt Crocker (4/27) 2012 Justin Anderson (4/9) HITTER OF THE WEEK 1999 Jeff Juarez (2/22) Jeff Juarez (3/22) Kent Wallis (5/3) 2002 Justin Brandt (2/18) 2004 Lucas Stewart (5/17) 2007 Zach Etheredge (3/26) Trent Lockwood (4/16) Trent Lockwood (5/7) 2008 Michael Rockett (3/4) Trent Lockwood (3/31) 2009 Jose Hernandez (3/10) Jose Hernandez (3/23) Ryan Hutson (5/11) 2010 Ryan Hutson (5/17) 2011 Ryan Hutson (5/22) 2012 Riley Good (2/28) Ryan Dalton (3/19)

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE WEEK 2013 Wesley Cox (2/18) Matt Sims (3/20) HITTER OF THE WEEK 2013 Daniel Rockett (2/18) Daniel Rockett (3/4)

CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 1994 Tony Gee, DH Brent Houtchens, 1B Jeff Hutzler, P Scott Pederson, OF (MVP) 1997 Sean Alvarez, OF Tony Gee, DH 1999 Kent Wallis, OF 2005 Ryan Crew, SS Sean Danielson, OF Stephen Holdren, DH Aaron Rodriguez, P Lee Todesco, 1B J.R. Voyles, 2B 2007 Ryan Saltzgaber, 3B 2008 Trent Lockwood, 1B

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 Matt Sims, P (MVP) John Bormann, C Riley Good, LF Brock Hartson, P RJ Perucki, 3B


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INDIVIDUAL HONORS

JOHN BORMANN

RJ PERUCKI

Most Valuable Player 2013............................ John Bormann 2011............................... Casey Selsor 2010...............................Lance Brown 2009..........................Michael Rockett 2008.......................... Trent Lockwood 2007.......................... Trent Lockwood 2006.....................Michael McKennon 2005..................................Ryan Crew 2004..................................Ryan Crew 2003..................................Ryan Crew 2002.......................... Mark Schramek 2001............................. Jared Howton

Offensive Player of the Year 2013.................................. RJ Perucki 2011................................Ryan Hutson 2010................................Ryan Dalton 2009......................... Jose Hernandez 2008.......................... Trent Lockwood 2007.......................... Trent Lockwood 2006.....................Michael McKennon 2005..................................Ryan Crew 2004.................................Chris Lewis 2003..................................Ryan Crew 2002.......................... Mark Schramek 2001.......................... Mark Schramek

JOHN BORMANN

JOHN BORMANN

Defensive Player of the Year 2013.................................John Bormann 2011.................................Daniel Rockett 2010...................................Jeff Taliaferro 2009................................. Marshal Davis 2008.............................. Michael Rockett 2007...............................Zach Etheredge 2006................................. Marshal Davis 2005........................................J.R. Voyles 2004................................... Sam Mitchell 2003..................................Danny Phillips 2002.............................. Mark Schramek 2001.................................... Bobby Alford

Most Improved Player 2013............................ John Bormann 2011........................... Matthew James 2010................................Ryan Dalton 2009...............................Ryan Hutson 2008.............................Ryan Rummel 2007................................. Phillip Allen 2006..........................Michael Rockett 2005..................................J.R. Voyles 2004............................... Lee Todesco 2003..............................Robbie Johns 2002.............................Danny Phillips 2001........................... Ryan McGinnis

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BROCK HARTSON

Pitcher of the Year 2013.............................Brock Hartson 2011............................... Casey Selsor 2010..............................Taylor Walton 2009...............................Matt Crocker 2008............................. Zach Calhoon 2007............................... Josh Blakley 2006..................................Josh Ruffin 2005.........................Aaron Rodriguez 2004..............................Klae Boehme 2003.................................... Trey Rice 2002..................................... Mike Srp 2001............................. Jared Howton

JAKE WOOD

Brad Boston Spirit Award 2013..................................Jake Wood 2011................................ Mike Warren 2010....................... Thomas Diamond 2009.................................J.T. Mackey 2008................................. Mark Ruffin 2007........................... Brandon Koger 2006........................... Brandon Koger 2005........................... Brandon Koger 2004........................... Brandon Koger 2003..............................Klae Boehme 2002..............................Link LeGrand 2001........................... Ryan McGinnis


INFORMATION GUIDE

ROADRUNNERS IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL UTSA IN THE MLB FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT

MLB FREE AGENT SIGNEES

Name Pos. Team Round Year Brian Wilson......................SS............ Cincinnati Reds............. 36th.......... 1994 Jeff Hutzler......................... P..........San Francisco Giants......... 10th.......... 1995 Brandon Hammack............. P................Chicago Cubs............... 21st.......... 1995 Ryan Arevalos...................SS......... Milwaukee Brewers.......... 30th.......... 1995 Mickey Perez.....................CF..............Chicago Cubs............... 40th.......... 1995 Ronnie McGinnis................ C.......... Philadelphia Phillies.......... 15th.......... 1998 Bubba Castaneda............... C.............. New York Mets.............. 26th.......... 2000 Ryan Smith........................OF............ Cincinnati Reds............. 27th.......... 2000 Mark Schramek................. 3B............. Cincinnati Reds.............. 1st........... 2002 Phil Gentry.........................OF............ Cincinnati Reds............. 29th.......... 2003 Brooks Shankle................. 3B............. Anaheim Angels.............32nd......... 2004 Jason Vecchio.................... P.............. Cincinnati Reds............. 16th.......... 2005 Ryan Crew.........................SS......... Milwaukee Brewers.......... 40th.......... 2005 Michael McKennon............OF............ Cincinnati Reds............. 25th.......... 2006 Noah Tritz........................... P.............Toronto Blue Jays............32nd......... 2006 J.R. Voyles........................ 2B.............. New York Mets.............. 34th.......... 2006 James Keithley..................SS........Washington Nationals......... 39th.......... 2008 Tim Palincsar.....................OF...........Cleveland Indians............ 40th.......... 2008 Michael Rockett.................OF.............. Detroit Tigers............... 13th.......... 2009 Jose Hernandez................OF...........Pittsburgh Pirates............ 23rd.......... 2009 Matt Crocker....................... P.............Colorado Rockies............ 12th.......... 2010 Ryan Hutson...................... 1B.............. New York Mets.............. 36th.......... 2011 Ryan Dalton....................... 3B.....Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim..... 18th.......... 2012 Casey Selsor................... P/OF.......Washington Nationals......... 23rd.......... 2012 Daniel Rockett...................OF......... Kansas City Royals........... 9th........... 2013 Riley Good.........................OF....Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim..... 14th.......... 2013 Clint Sharp.......................... P......Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim..... 38th.......... 2013

Sherman Corbett

1992-95 (four seasons) Record: 110-110 (.500) Southland: 34-34 (.500)

2001-12 (12 seasons) Record: 353-329 (.518) Southland: 192-162 (.542)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

YEAR OVR CONF 1992 19-35 1993 21-34 9-15 1994 39-18 12-8 1995 31-23 13-11

Mickey Lashley

1996-2000 (five seasons) Record: 113-160 (.414) Southland: 57-81 (.413)

YEAR OVR 1996 26-26 1997 20-36 1998 23-28 1999 27-33 2000 17-37

Italics indicates still playing professionally at the end of 2013 season.

COACHING HISTORY

Jimmy Shankle

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

Name Pos. Team Year Scott Compton.................OF.............. Los Angeles Dodgers............... 1992 Paul Runyan.....................P.....................Cincinnati Reds.................... 1994 Billy Putnicki.....................P......................Florida Marlins..................... 1997 Steve Minus.....................3B................... Boston Red Sox.................... 1999 Stace Pape.......................P.....................Cincinnati Reds.................... 1999 Jared Howton...................P.....................Cincinnati Reds.................... 2001 Trey Rice..........................P.....................Cincinnati Reds.................... 2003 Sean Danielson...............OF..................Baltimore Orioles................... 2005 Chris Lewis......................OF................ St. Louis Cardinals................. 2005 Blake Brannon..................P................ Los Angeles Dodgers............... 2007 Zach Etheredge................C.................. Chicago White Sox................. 2008 Marshal Davis..................SS.................... New York Mets..................... 2009 Trent Lockwood...............1B..................New York Yankees.................. 2009 Tyler Carpenter.................C..................... New York Mets..................... 2011

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

YEAR OVR 2001 30-29 2002 25-29 2003 29-27 2004 27-31 2005 27-34 2006 37-22 2007 36-22 2008 39-13 2009 32-24 2010 22-28 2011 27-32 2012 22-32

CONF 17-13 12-18 7-17 15-12 6-21

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CONF 15-12 13-14 12-15 12-14 14-13 20-10 24-6 20-12 20-12 13-20 16-17 11-21

Jason Marshall

2013 (one season) Record: 35-25 (.583) WAC: 15-11 (.577)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD

YEAR OVR CONF 2013 35-25 15-11


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS

Team Hitting/Fielding Year Avg. GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP K GDP OB% SF SH SB/A PO A E F% 1992 .275 54 1,560 299 429 76 12 32 225 625 .400 268 13 292 — .386 - 31 27/- 1,190 462 66 .945 1993 .260 55 1,637 270 426 96 6 25 229 609 .372 219 30 271 — .358 - 32 65/- 1,290 465 101 .946 1994 .283 57 1,701 299 481 86 20 18 295 661 .388 286 34 299 — .396 - 59 85/- 1,359 528 92 .954 1995 .276 54 1,772 370 475 87 17 48 317 742 .430 333 25 330 — .391 - 48 70/103 1,359 559 82 .959 1996 .297 52 1,701 415 505 78 20 44 365 755 .444 282 31 350 — .406 - 31 64/98 1,256 567 108 .944 1997 .269 56 1,763 288 474 78 13 53 248 744 .418 181 24 354 — .345 - 41 53/76 1,313 588 122 .940 1998 .289 51 1,611 313 465 91 13 51 275 733 .456 183 33 286 — .373 - 46 69/92 1,202 525 88 .952 1999 .314 60 2,035 416 639 121 15 66 364 988 .486 222 43 312 — .388 - 52 92/109 1,448 583 89 .958 2000 .270 54 1,734 264 469 82 10 23 225 640 .369 163 60 280 — .350 20 25 82/108 1,323 491 76 .960 2001 .293 59 1,927 333 564 109 17 27 291 788 .409 159 79 331 — .367 23 26 66/94 1,455 583 93 .956 2002 .311 54 1,888 326 587 120 15 35 288 842 .446 127 48 342 — .366 18 34 67/95 1,399 582 74 .964 2003 .285 56 1,897 310 540 95 15 34 280 767 .404 169 38 324 20 .351 23 40 43/63 1,435 553 79 .962 2004 .262 58 1,962 319 515 109 14 55 288 817 .416 235 56 419 27 .355 19 35 44/62 1,508 571 81 .962 2005 .285 61 2,092 340 597 112 30 36 313 877 .419 228 51 340 42 .363 39 30 64/81 1,601 654 107 .955 2006 .285 59 2,006 357 571 80 18 37 324 798 .398 219 60 367 28 .368 24 44 50/72 1,555 607 70 .969 2007 .303 58 2,035 392 616 122 23 61 361 967 .475 200 35 383 37 .371 24 30 65/85 1,535 616 80 .964 2008 .316 58 2,050 467 647 134 16 64 419 1,005 .490 243 50 405 42 .397 25 29 49/65 1,527 554 89 .959 2009 .317 56 2,083 461 661 131 25 89 409 1,109 .532 244 52 429 37 .398 28 30 79/105 1,507 601 98 .956 2010 .281 50 1,731 310 487 105 16 71 291 837 .484 154 57 435 24 .357 14 20 30/45 1,282 548 77 .960 2011 .292 59 2,037 342 594 105 18 44 309 867 .426 214 40 427 31 .365 32 40 65/96 1,563 688 95 .960 2012 .270 54 1,855 290 500 89 17 26 262 701 .378 160 51 323 24 .341 22 34 74/96 1,428 588 74 .965 2013 .299 60 2,101 356 629 106 15 37 325 876 .417 189 69 368 34 .371 29 33 36/59 1,596 608 69 .970

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

ERA 5.98 6.43 3.32 5.30 6.88 5.69 6.63 6.52 5.78 5.23 5.31 5.36 5.68 5.16 4.29 4.50 5.04 5.97 6.30 4.80 5.58 4.35

Team Pitching W-L G CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB Avg. WP HBP BK 19-35 54 9 1 4 388.0 457 327 258 222 251 80 9 41 1,581 .289 36 14 3 21-34 56 4 0 5 430.0 520 361 307 223 304 83 19 45 1,744 .298 38 44 6 39-18 57 12 3 7 453.0 397 221 167 193 348 66 9 21 1,767 .225 45 36 2 31-23 54 15 1 3 458.2 493 324 270 237 377 82 22 30 1,749 .281 46 39 6 26-26 52 11 0 5 425.0 553 410 325 242 287 87 28 41 1,749 .317 54 42 6 20-36 56 15 1 4 438.1 535 359 277 193 273 92 15 34 1,781 .300 45 51 6 23-28 51 6 1 6 400.2 507 357 295 221 271 91 13 51 — — 38 50 0 27-33 60 5 0 10 487.1 613 417 353 289 384 96 10 70 1,980 .309 56 50 9 17-37 54 8 2 3 441.0 461 345 283 259 352 90 11 43 1,702 .271 61 62 2 30-29 59 11 3 10 485.0 581 351 282 189 298 123 15 46 1,940 .299 37 36 7 25-29 54 6 4 8 466.1 568 337 275 206 268 100 19 47 1,852 .307 36 41 7 29-27 56 3 2 15 478.1 543 344 285 226 294 108 14 46 1,907 .285 51 35 9 27-31 58 6 2 10 502.2 600 375 317 213 322 117 16 54 2,010 .299 47 60 6 27-34 61 8 2 9 533.2 604 371 306 240 334 98 14 43 2,122 .285 56 38 9 37-22 59 12 7 10 518.1 537 298 247 212 381 81 15 38 1,986 .270 36 43 13 36-22 58 5 3 11 511.2 545 304 256 214 411 92 9 42 1,973 .276 38 43 7 39-19 58 7 6 14 509.0 537 324 285 234 394 90 14 45 1,976 .272 54 42 9 32-24 56 2 2 7 502.1 629 409 333 241 393 103 14 65 2,052 .307 66 40 11 22-28 50 4 0 7 427.1 569 352 299 182 303 103 5 58 1,745 .326 51 33 14 27-32 59 5 2 12 521.0 581 343 278 257 348 99 10 35 2,007 .289 57 52 11 22-32 54 4 2 9 476.0 563 351 295 227 327 117 14 28 1,872 .301 49 36 7 35-25 60 1 3 12 532.0 591 311 257 182 327 108 15 27 2,067 .286 32 58 4

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INFORMATION GUIDE

RECORDS Individual batting records.................. 56 Individual pitching records................. 57 Individual fielding records.................. 57 Team batting records......................... 58 Team fielding records........................ 58 Team pitching records....................... 59 Team miscellaneous records............. 59 Individual batting leaders.............. 60-62 Individual fielding leaders.................. 62 Individual pitching leaders............ 63-64

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2014 UTSA BASEBALL

INDIVIDUAL BATTING RECORDS GAMES Season: Freshman: Career:

HITS 60, Jesse Baker (2013) 60, John Bormann (2013) 60, Johnny Johnston (1999) 60, Jeff Juarez (1999) 60, Michael McKennon (2005) 60, RJ Perucki (2013) 60, J.R. Voyles (2005) 60, Kent Wallis (1999) 60, Mike Warren (2013) 60, Jesse Baker (2013) 223, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

GAMES STARTED Season: Freshman: Career:

60, John Bormann (2013) 60, Jeff Juarez (1999) 60, Michael McKennon (2005) 60, RJ Perucki (2013) 60, J.R. Voyles (2005) 60, Kent Wallis (2005) 60, Mike Warren (2013) 59, Riley Good (2011) 218, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

AT-BATS Game: 7, 14 times last: 7, Justin Anderson at McNeese State (4/5/2012) Season: 255, Riley Good (2011) Freshman: 255, Riley Good (2011) Career: * 940, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

BATTING AVERAGE Season (min. 75 AB): .416 (84-for-202), Mark Schramek (2002) Freshman (min. 75 AB): .352 (69-for-196), Michael Rockett (2006) Career (min. 200 AB): .360 (159-for-442), Trent Lockwood (2007-08)

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Season (min. 75 AB): Freshman (min. 75 AB): Career (min. 200 AB):

.739, Jose Hernandez (2009) .632, Ryan Dalton (2010) .690, Trent Lockwood (2007-08)

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Season (min. 75 AB): Freshman (min. 75 AB): Career (min. 200 AB):

.519, Scott Pederson (1994) .414, Mickey Perez (1992) .455, Jose Hernandez (2007-09)

RUNS Game: 5, Ryan Crew at Southeastern La. (4/5/2003) 5, Trent Lockwood vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 5, Tim Palincsar at Coll. of Charleston (3/8/2008) 5, Ryan Saltzgaber vs. A&M-Corpus Christi (5/5/2007) 5, Hunter Wenzel vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (3/28/2000) Season: 73, James Keithley (2008) Freshman: 56, Tim Palincsar (2007) Career: 200, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

WALKS

Game: 5, Ryan Crew at Southeastern La. (4/5/2003) 5, Riley Good vs. San Jose State (5/23/2013) 5, Corey Horton at Texas-Pan American (2/26/2002) 5, James Keithley at Coll. of Charleston (3/8/2008) 5, James Keithley vs. Lamar (5/25/2007) 5, Trent Lockwood at Nicholls (5/12/2007) 5, Danny Phillips at La.-Monroe (4/28/2002) 5, Mike Pitts vs. Sam Houston State (4/9/1995) 5, Tony Ramirez vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/3/2013) 5, Daniel Rockett vs. Air Force (2/15/2013) 5, Ryan Saltzgaber vs. A&M-Corpus Christi (5/5/2007) 5, Mark Schramek at La.-Monroe (4/28/2002) 5, Mike Warren vs. San Jose State (5/23/2013) Season: 99, Michael Rockett (2009) Freshman: 86, Riley Good (2011) Career: * 337, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

DOUBLES Game: 3, Jose Hernandez vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 3, Johnny Johnston vs. Yale (3/16/1999) 3, Lucas Stewart vs. UT Arlington (4/13/2003) 3, Kent Wallis vs. Southeastern La. (4/18/1999) Season: 25, Jose Hernandez (2009) 25, Michael Rockett (2008) Freshman: 18, Michael McKennon (2004) Career: 64, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

TRIPLES Game: 2, Ryan Crew vs. Illinois (3/4/2005) 2, Marshal Davis vs. Southeastern La. (3/7/2009) 2, Michael McKennon vs. A&M-Corpus Christi (5/2/2006) 2, Ryan Saltzgaber vs. La.-Monroe (3/20/2005) 2, Casey Selsor vs. Houston Baptist (4/17/2012) Season: 8, Casey Selsor (2012) Freshman: 4, Ryan Smith (1997) Career: 13, Mickey Perez (1992-95)

Game: 3, 24 times last: Matthew James vs. New Mexico (2/24/2012) Season: 52, Brent Houtchens (1995) Freshman: 36, Ryan Arevalos (1992) Career: 140, Ryan Arevalos (1992-95)

STRIKEOUTS Game: 5, Aaron Powell at Coll. of Charleston (3/8/2008) Season: 57, Jesse Baker (2013) Freshman: 57, Jesse Baker (2013) Career: 168, Daniel Rockett (2010-13)

SACRIFICE FLIES Season: Freshman: Career:

8, Ryan Crew (2005) 7, Riley Good (2011) 14, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

SACRIFICE HITS Season: Freshman: Career:

9, RJ Perucki (2012) 9, RJ Perucki (2011) 9, RJ Perucki (2011) 19, Phillip Allen (2005-08) 19, J.R. Voyles (2003-06)

STOLEN BASES Game: 4, Sean Danielson vs. Lamar (5/14/2005) 4, Riley Good at La.-Monroe (2/20/2011) 4, Corey Horton vs. Michigan (3/10/2002) 4, Hunter Wenzel vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (2/22/2000) Season: 28, Brette Parrish (2000) Freshman: 16, Riley Good (2011) Career: 76, Mickey Perez (1992-95)

HITTING STREAK

HOME RUNS Game: 3, Jose Hernandez vs. Southeastern La. (3/6/2009) 3, Ryan Hutson vs. Central Arkansas (5/21/2011) 3, Trent Lockwood vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 3, Ryan Smith at Texas State (4/28/2000) Season: 18, Jeff Juarez (1999) 18, Kent Wallis (1998) Freshman: 17, Ryan Dalton (2010) Career: 48, Ryan Hutson (2008-11)

RUNS BATTED IN Game: 9, Trent Lockwood vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) Season: 79, Trent Lockwood (2008) Freshman: 51, Ryan Dalton (2010) Career: * 210, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

TOTAL BASES Game: 13, Trent Lockwood vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) Season: 167, Michael Rockett (2009) Freshman: 120, Ryan Dalton (2010) Career: * 537, Michael Rockett (2006-09)

* active Southland Conference record

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Season:

27, James Keithley (2008)


INFORMATION GUIDE

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING RECORDS EARNED RUN AVERAGE Season (min. 50 IP): Freshman (min. 45 IP): Career (min. 100 IP):

COMPLETE GAMES

1.60, Paul Runyan (1994) 2.00, Justin Burgess (1994) 2.88, Josh Blakley (2006-07)

APPEARANCES Season: Freshman: Career:

GAMES STARTED

WINS 11, Jeff Hutzler (1994) 9, Brock Hartson (2013) 30, Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

LOSSES Season: Freshman: Career:

Season: Freshman: Career:

4, Josh Ruffin (2006) 1, Evin Brewer (2003) 1, Justin Anderson (2012) 5, Josh Ruffin (2004-07)

INNINGS PITCHED 18, Jeff Hutzler (1994) 17, Brock Hartson (2013) 64, Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

Season: Freshman: Career:

10, Justin Burgess (1996) 4, Jeff Hutzler (1992) 24, Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

SHUTOUTS 31, Eric Montoya (1999) 31, Noah Tritz (2006) 27, Zach Calhoon (2007) 84, Zach Calhoon (2007-11)

Season: Freshman: Career:

Season: Freshman: Career:

RUNS ALLOWED

9, Stace Pape (1999) 9, Aaron Rodriguez (2004) 7, Jeff Hutzler (1992) 29, Stace Pape (1997-2000)

Game: Season: Freshman: Career:

10.2, Lucas Stewart at Lamar (4/3/2004) 122.1, Aaron Rodriguez (2005) 106.0, Brock Hartson (2013) * 378.0, Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE Season (min. 50 IP): .176 (58.1 IP), Matt Sims (2013) Freshman (min. 45 IP): .201 (62.2 IP), Ryan Proudfoot (2007) Career (min. 100 IP): .210 (105.1 IP), Zach Calhoon (2007-11)

STRIKEOUTS PER NINE INNINGS Season (min. 50 IP): Freshman (min. 45 IP): Career (min. 100 IP):

10.75, Eric Montoya (2000) 13.42, Zach Calhoon (2007) 11.53, Zach Calhoon (2007-11)

Game: Season: Freshman: Career:

12, Robert Moreno vs. Kansas (2/13/2000) 12, Stace Pape at Arkansas (2/19/1999) 86, Stace Pape (1999) 62, Jeff Johnston (1992) 261, Stace Pape (1997-2000)

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Game: 10, Kris Ruepke vs. San Francisco (2/21/2009) 10, Steven Vasquez at Coll. of Charleston (3/8/2008) 10, Taylor Walton at New Mexico (3/4/2011) 10, Kevin White at Baylor (4/20/1999) Season: 71, Stace Pape (1999) Freshman: 45, Jeff Johnston (1992) Career: 196, Stace Pape (1997-2000)

WALKS Game: Season: Freshman: Career:

9, Stace Pape at Nicholls (3/13/1999) 9, Casey Selsor at Lamar (4/23/2010) 74, Eric Montoya (2000) 42, Jeff Johnston (1992) 193, Eric Montoya (1997-2000)

STRIKEOUTS Game: 14, Eric Montoya at Texas-Pan American (2/20/2000) Season: 95, Justin Burgess (1995) Freshman: 68, Steven Vasquez (2004) Career: 267, Justin Burgess (1994-97)

HITS ALLOWED

SAVES Season: Freshman: Career:

13, Zach Calhoon (2008) 6, Zach Calhoon (2007) 27, Zach Calhoon (2007-11)

Game: 16, Kris Ruepke vs. Central Arkansas (5/15/2009) Season: 150, Aaron Rodriguez (2005) Freshman: 108, Brock Hartson (2013) Career: 399, Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

* active Southland Conference record

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING RECORDS FIELDING PERCENTAGE Season (min. 50 chances): 1.000 (0 E, 466 chances), Lee Todesco (2006) Freshman (min. 50 chances): .991 (1 E, 117 chances), Mike Warren (2011) Career (min. 100 chances): .995 (6 E, 1,280 chances), Lee Todesco (2002-06)

TOTAL CHANCES Game: Season: Freshman: Career:

23, Casey Selsor at Nicholls (4/25/2009) 518, Trent Lockwood (2008) 288, RJ Perucki (2011) 1,370, Zach Etheredge (2004-08)

PUTOUTS Game: Season: Freshman: Career:

ERRORS 21, Casey Selsor at Nicholls (4/25/2009) 484, Lee Todesco (2005) 256, Jake Wood (2010) 1,218, Lee Todesco (2002-06)

ASSISTS Game: 9, Marshal Davis vs. Sam Houston State (5/21/2009) Season: 182, J.R. Voyles (2006) Freshman: 168, RJ Perucki (2011) Career: 519, Ryan Arevalos (1992-95)

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Game: 3, Jesse Baker vs. Air Force (2/15/2013) 3, Lance Brown at Southeastern La. (3/12/2010) 3, Matthew James vs. Southeastern La. (3/7/2009) Season: 28, RJ Perucki (2011) Freshman: 28, RJ Perucki (2011) Career: 68, Steve Minus (1996-99)


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

TEAM BATTING RECORDS AT-BATS

TOTAL BASES

Game: Season:

55, at Lamar (4/3/2004) 2,092 (2005)

Game: Season:

27, vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 467 (2008)

Game: Season:

RUNS

48, vs. Central Arkansas (5/15/2009) 1,109 (2009)

Game: Season:

17, vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 333 (1995)

Game: Season:

WALKS

Game: Season:

HITS 26, at Texas-Pan American (4/20/2005) 661 (2009)

RUNS BATTED IN Game: Season:

Game: Season:

DOUBLES

10, vs. Texas-Pan American (2/24/2001) 79 (2001)

11, vs. Texas-Pan American (3/24/2004) 134 (2008)

TRIPLES 3, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/1/2011) 3, vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/10/2001) 3, vs. Texas-Pan American (2/24/2001) 3, vs. Iona (3/19/2003) 3, vs. Central Arkansas (3/24/2007) 30 (2005)

HOME RUNS Game: Season:

8, vs. Central Arkansas (5/15/2009) * 89 (2009)

* active Southland Conference record

Game: Season:

Game: Season:

8, at Oral Roberts (3/1/2009) 109 (1999)

INTENTIONAL WALKS

Game: Season:

18, at Dallas Baptist (4/26/2013) 435 (2010)

GROUNDED INTO DOUBLE PLAY

Game: Season:

4, vs. Air Force (2/15/2013) 34 (1996)

STEAL ATTEMPTS

STRIKEOUTS

26, vs. Prairie View A&M (3/26/2008) 419 (2008)

9, vs. St. Edward’s (4/12/1993) 92 (1999)

CAUGHT STEALING

HIT BY PITCH

Game: Season:

Game: Season:

STOLEN BASES

4, at Lamar (4/17/2013) 4, vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (3/29/2009) 42 (2008)

Game: Season:

3, vs. Northwestern State (5/20/2009) 14 (2009)

BATTING AVERAGE Season (highest): Season (lowest):

.317 (2009) .260 (1993)

SACRIFICE FLIES Game: Season:

3, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/20/2013) 3, vs. Northwestern State (4/16/2011) 3, at Stephen F. Austin (4/5/2009) 3, vs. Sam Houston State (4/26/2008) 3, at Sam Houston State (4/28/2007) 3, vs. Houston (2/22/2007) 3, vs. Prairie View A&M (2/28/1996) 39 (2005)

SACRIFICE HITS Game: Season:

4, at Nicholls (4/24/2009) 4, Kansas State (3/4/2008) 4, McNeese State (5/2/1998) 4, vs. Northwestern State (5/20/2009) 44 (2005)

TEAM FIELDING RECORDS CHANCES Game: Season:

ERRORS 64, at Nicholls (4/25/2009) 2,362 (2005)

PUTOUTS Game: Season:

7, vs. McNeese State (5/2/1998) 122 (1997)

DOUBLE PLAYS 48, at Lamar (4/3/2004) 1,601 (2005)

ASSISTS Game: Season:

STOLEN BASES AGAINST

Game: Season:

27, at Nicholls (4/25/2009) 688 (2011)

Game: Season:

4, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/3/2010) 4, vs. Central Arkansas (3/24/2007) 61 (2011)

PASSED BALLS Game: Season:

3, vs. Lamar (4/18/2009) 3, at Stephen F. Austin (4/4/2009) 26 (2009)

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Game: Season:

8, at Texas (3/8/2011) 112 (2000)

CAUGHT STEALING BY Game: Season:

3, vs. Stephen F. Austin (4/9/2010) 3, at New Mexico (3/6/2011) 3, vs. Southeastern La. (3/11/2011) 3, at Southeastern La. (3/13/2010) 3, at Kansas State (3/18/2009) 3, vs. UT Arlington (3/21/2010) 43 (2010)


INFORMATION GUIDE

TEAM PITCHING RECORDS INNINGS PITCHED Game: Season:

DOUBLES ALLOWED 16.0, at Lamar (4/3/2004) 533.2 (2005)

Game: Season:

26, vs. Northwestern State (3/17/2012) 629 (2009)

Game: Season:

HITS ALLOWED Game: Season:

25, vs. UT Arlington (4/28/1996) 417 (1999)

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Game: Season:

23, at Baylor (4/20/1999) 353 (1999)

WALKS ALLOWED Game: Season:

14, vs. UT Arlington (3/30/2008) 289 (1999)

STRIKEOUTS Game: Season:

8, vs. Nicholls (3/22/1997) 123 (2001)

TRIPLES ALLOWED

RUNS ALLOWED Game: Season:

BALKS

3, vs. La.-Lafayette (2/18/2007) 3, at Baylor (2/20/2007) 3, vs. San Francisco (2/21/2009) 19 (2002)

HOME RUNS ALLOWED Game: Season:

8, at Baylor (4/20/1999) 70 (1999)

BATTERS FACED Game: Season:

63, vs. McNeese State (5/2/1998) 2,399 (2009)

WILD PITCHES Game: Season:

5, at Stephen F. Austin (4/20/2007) 5, vs. Nicholls (5/9/2008) 66 (2009)

16, at Texas-Pan American (4/13/2004) 411 (2007)

Game: Season:

2, at Lamar (4/16/2008) 2, at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/2/2010) 2, at Texas A&M (4/3/2012) 2, vs. UT Arlington (4/15/2012) 14 (2010)

SACRIFICE FLIES ALLOWED Game: Season:

3, vs. Northwestern State (4/11/2009) 3, at Baylor (4/29/2009) 3, vs. Indiana State (2/27/2010) 3, vs. Texas State (5/24/2007) 30 (2002)

SACRIFICE HITS ALLOWED Game: Season:

4, at Notre Dame (3/15/2011) 4, at UT Arlington (3/20/2011) 4, vs. Texas State (5/7/2011) 4, at McNeese State (4/5/2012) 54 (2011)

INTENTIONAL WALKS ALLOWED Game: Season:

2, vs. Texas State (5/4/2013 2, at McNeese State (4/5/2012) 2, vs. Texas State (5/18/2007) 6 (2007)

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Season (lowest): Season (highest):

3.31 (1994) 6.88 (1996)

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS WINS Season (most): Season (least):

LOSSES 39 (2008) 39 (1994) 17 (2000)

Season (most): Season (fewest):

37 (2000) 18 (1994)

LOSING STREAK

WINNING STREAK Season:

LONGEST GAME

12 (1994)

Season: 11 (2005) Multi-season: 16 (last five games of 2004 and first 11 of 2005)

Innings:

MARGIN OF VICTORY Game:

23, vs. Prairie View A&M [27-4] (3/26/2008)

MARGIN OF DEFEAT Game:

– 59 –

16, at Lamar (4/3/2004)

17, at Texas [3-20] (2/19/2002)


2014 UTSA BASEBALL

INDIVIDUAL BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Season (min. 75 AB) 1. Mark Schramek (2002) 2. Michael Rockett (2009) 3. Scott Pederson (1994) 4. Ryan Crew (2005) 5. Trent Lockwood (2007) 6. Chance Barnett (1992) 7. Lance Brown (2009) 8. Mickey Perez (1995) 9. Michael McKennon (2006) 10. Philip Gentry (2002) Career (min. 200 AB) 1. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 2. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 3. Lance Brown (2008-10) 4. Jose Hernandez (2007-09) 5. Riley Good (2011-13) 6. Chance Barnett (1992-93) 7. Ryan Crew (2003-05) 8. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 9. Tim Palincsar (2006-08) 10. Mark Schramek (1999-2002)

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE .416 (84-for-202) .394 (99-for-251) .386 (32-for-83) .379 (86-for-227) .378 (87-for-230) .376 (47-for-125) .372 (84-for-226) .371 (72-for-194) .371 (89-for-240) .369 (76-for-206) .360 (159-for-442) .359 (337-for-940) .350 (154-for-440) .344 (120-for-349) .339 (204-for-602) .334 (98-for-293) .334 (230-for-689) .327 (249-for-762) .324 (140-for-432) .324 (183-for-565)

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

GAMES STARTED

Season (min. 75 AB) 1. Scott Pederson (1994) 2. Mark Schramek (2002) 3. Jeff Mott (1996) 4. Lee Todesco (2006) 5. Jose Hernandez (2009) 6. Chance Barnett (1992) 7. Mickey Perez (1995) 8. Steve Minus (1999) 9. Tim Palincsar (2008) 10. Brent Houtchens (1995)

.519 .502 .481 .475 .473 .473 .472 .467 .459 .452

Career (min. 200 AB) 1. Jose Hernandez (2007-09) 2. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 3. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 4. Tim Palincsar (2006-08) 5. Brian Wilson (1993-94) 6. Chance Barnett (1992-93) 7. Brent Houtchens (1994-95) 8. Mark Schramek (1998-2002) 9. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 10. Hunter Wenzel (1997-2001)

.455 .438 .431 .430 .428 .425 .415 .414 .414 .413

GAMES

Season (min. 75 AB) 1. Jose Hernandez (2009) 2. Kent Wallis (1998) 3. Ryan Hutson (2009) 4. Trent Lockwood (2008) 5. Trent Lockwood (2007) 6. Jeff Juarez (1998) 7. Mark Schramek (2002) 8. Michael Rockett (2009) 9. Jeff Juarez (1999) 10. Ryan Hutson (2010)

.739 .739 .714 .693 .687 .681 .678 .665 .660 .641

Career (min. 200 AB) 1. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 2. Jose Hernandez (2007-09) 3. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 4. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 5. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 6. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 7. Ryan Smith (1997-2000) 8. Sean Alvarez (1997) 9. Ryan Dalton (2010-12) 10. Marc Perez (1995-97)

.690 .607 .604 .593 .571 .568 .541 .536 .531 .523

Season 1. Johnny Johnston (1999) J.R. Voyles (2005) Jeff Juarez (1999) Michael McKennon (2005) Kent Wallis (1999) Jesse Baker (2013) John Bormann (2013) RJ Perucki (2013) Mike Warren (2013) 10. J.R. Voyles (2006) Chris Lewis (2005) Riley Good (2011) Michael McKennon (2006) Lee Todesco (2006) Sean Danielson (2005) Matthew James (2011)

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 59 59 59 59 59 59 59

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 3. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 5. Kent Wallis (1996-99) J.R. Voyles (2003-06) 7. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 8. Steve Minus (1996-99) 9. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) 10. Zach Etheredge (2004-08)

223 213 211 211 207 207 206 205 202 197

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Season 1. J.R. Voyles (2005) Jeff Juarez (1999) Michael McKennon (2005) Kent Wallis (1999) John Bormann (2013) RJ Perucki (2013) Mike Warren (2013) 8. J.R. Voyles (2006) Johnny Johnston (1999) Riley Good (2011) Michael McKennon (2006) Lee Todesco (2006) Sean Danielson (2005) Matthew James (2011)

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 59 59 59 59 59 59 59

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 3. Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 4. Steve Minus (1996-99) Jeff Juarez (1996-99) Kent Wallis (1996-99) 7. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 8. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) 9. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) 10. J.R. Voyles (2003-06)

218 213 211 201 201 201 200 196 192 190

AT-BATS Season 1. Riley Good (2011) 2. Riley Good (2013) Michael Rockett (2009) 4. Jeff Juarez (1999) 5. James Keithley (2007) Michael Rockett (2008) 7. Michael Rockett (2007) 8. Ryan Crew (2004) 9. James Keithley (2008) 10. Michael McKennon (2005)

255 251 251 250 247 247 246 245 243 241

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 3. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 4. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) 5. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 6. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) 7. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 8. Michael McKennon (2004-06) 9. J.R. Voyles (2003-06) 10. James Keithley (2006-08)

940 806 762 761 736 726 722 710 698 695


INFORMATION GUIDE

INDIVIDUAL BATTING LEADERS RUNS Season 1. James Keithley (2008) 2. Jeff Juarez (1999) 3. Michael Rockett (2009) Mark Schramek (2002) 5. Tim Palincsar (2008) 6. Jose Hernandez (2009) Michael Rockett (2008) 8. Jeff Mott (1996) 9. Tim Palincsar (2007) 10. Johnny Johnston (1999) Mickey Perez (1995) Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 3. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 4. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 5. Kent Wallis (1996-99) James Keithley (2006-08) 7. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 9. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 10. Brette Parrish (1998-2001)

DOUBLES 73 66 63 63 62 60 60 57 56 54 54 200 170 165 164 159 159 149 149 142 140

HITS Season 1. Michael Rockett (2009) 2. Jeff Juarez (1999) 3. Michael Rockett (2008) Michael McKennon (2006) 5. Trent Lockwood (2007) James Keithley (2008) 7. Riley Good (2011) Johnny Johnston (1999) Ryan Crew (2005) 10. Riley Good (2013) RJ Perucki (2013) Mark Schramek (2002) Lance Brown (2009) Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 4. Ryan Crew (2003-05) 5. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 6. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 7. James Keithley (2006-08) 8. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 10. Michael McKennon (2004-06)

HOME RUNS

Season 1. Michael Rockett (2008) Jose Hernandez (2009) 3. Trent Lockwood (2007) Trent Lockwood (2008) 5. Kent Wallis (1999) 6. Johnny Johnston (1999) Chance Barnett (1993) Jeff Juarez (1999) 9. Michael McKennon (2004) 10. Ryan Rummel (2010) Lance Brown (2009) Michael Rockett (2009)

25 25 23 23 22 19 19 19 18 17 17 17

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 3. Kent Wallis (1996-99) Nick Prater (1997-2001) 5. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 7. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 8. Ryan Crew (2003-05) 9. Michael McKennon (2004-06) 10. Lee Todesco (2002-06)

64 54 49 49 46 46 45 44 43 42

TRIPLES 99 92 89 89 87 87 86 86 86 84 84 84 84 337 249 249 230 229 228 220 218 218 207

Season 1. Casey Selsor (2012) 2. Mickey Perez (1995) Marc Perez (1996) 4. Riley Good (2013) Marshal Davis (2009) Lance Brown (2009) Lance Brown (2010) 8. Sean Danielson (2005) Mickey Perez (1994) Stephen Holdren (2005) Cory Horton (2003) Kent Wallis (1999) Michael Rockett (2008) Michael McKennon (2006) Career 1. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 2. Kent Wallis (1996-99) Lance Brown (2008-10) Marc Perez (1995-97) 5. Casey Selsor (2009-12) Michael McKennon (2004-06) Michael Rockett (2006-09) Marshal Davis (2005-09) 9. Riley Good (2011-13) Ryan Smith (1997-2000)

– 61 –

8 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10

Season 1. Kent Wallis (1998) Jeff Juarez (1999) 3. Ryan Hutson (2009) Ryan Dalton (2010) Jose Hernandez (2009) 6. Trent Lockwood (2008) Chris Lewis (2004) 8. Michael Rockett (2009) 9. Ryan Hutson (2010) Trent Lockwood (2007)

18 18 17 17 17 16 16 15 14 14

Career 1. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 2. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 3. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 4. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 5. Ryan Dalton (2010-12) 6. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) Ryan Smith (1997-2000) 8. Marc Perez (1995-97) 9. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) Chris Lewis (2004-05)

48 47 39 38 36 30 27 26 25 25

RUNS BATTED IN Season 1. Trent Lockwood (2008) 2. Michael Rockett (2008) 3. Kent Wallis (1999) 4. Kent Wallis (1998) 5. Jeff Juarez (1999) Jose Hernandez (2009) 7. Michael Rockett (2009) 8. Trent Lockwood (2007) 9. Marc Perez (1996) 10. Jeff Juarez (1998) Michael McKennon (2006)

79 68 67 62 61 61 58 57 55 54 54

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 3. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 4. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 5. Ryan Dalton (2010-12) 6. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 7. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) 8. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) David Hord (1992-95)

210 189 187 153 142 136 135 127 127 127


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INDIVIDUAL BATTING LEADERS TOTAL BASES

WALKS

STOLEN BASES

Season 1. Michael Rockett (2009) 2. Jeff Juarez (1999) 3. Trent Lockwood (2007) 4. Jose Hernandez (2009) 5. Michael Rockett (2008) 6. Trent Lockwood (2008) 7. Michael McKennon (2006) 8. Kent Wallis (1999) 9. Mark Schramek (2002) 10. Kent Wallis (1998)

167 165 158 156 154 147 144 140 137 133

Season 1. Brent Houtchens (1995) 2. Steve Minus (1999) 3. Mike Adams (1992) 4. Trent Lockwood (2008) Jeff Mott (1996) 6. Ryan Arevalos (1995) 7. Tim Palincsar (2008) 8. Chris Lewis (2004) Mickey Perez (1994) 10. Marshal Davis (2006)

Career 1. Michael Rockett (2006-09) 2. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) 3. Kent Wallis (1996-99) 4. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 5. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 6. Ryan Crew (2003-05) 7. Daniel Rockett (2010-13) 8. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 9. Ryan Dalton (2010-12) 10. Michael McKennon (2004-06)

537 452 418 411 370 350 340 337 324 320

Career 1. Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 2. Mickey Perz (1992-95) 3. Steve Minus (1996-99) 4. Marshal Davis (2005-09) 5. Ed Burton (1993-96) 6. Hunter Wenzel (1997-2001) 7. Jeff Mott (1994-97) 8. Ryan Hutson (2008-11) 9. J.R. Voyles (2003-06) Marc Perez (1995-97)

52 51 45 44 44 43 42 41 41 40 140 131 123 119 113 95 91 87 84 84

Season 1. Brette Parrish (2000) 2. Jerry Dalton (1992) 3. Mickey Perez (1993) 4. Mickey Perez (1995) 5. Mickey Perez (1994) 6. Jeff Juarez (1999) 7. Jeff Mott (1996) Sean Danielson (2005) 9. Hunter Wenzel (2000) 10. Cory Horton (2002) Casey Selsor (2012)

28 27 25 24 23 22 20 20 18 17 17

Career 1. Mickey Perez (1992-95) 2. Brette Parrish (1998-2001) 3. Hunter Wenzel (1997-2001) 4. Ed Burton (1993-96) Casey Selsor (2009-12) 6. Jeff Juarez (1996-99) Ryan Smith (1997-2000) 8. Tyler Carpenter (2008-11) 9. Riley Good (2011-13) Michael Rockett (2006-09)

76 68 39 38 38 37 37 36 35 35

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING LEADERS FIELDING PERCENTAGE Season (min. 50 chances) 1. Lee Todesco (2006) Jeff Juarez (1997) Jeff Hutzler (1992) Ed Burton (1994) Jeff Juarez (1999) Bubba Castaneda (2000) Robbie Johns (2006) Career (min. 100 chances) 1. Lee Todesco (2002-06) 2. Rodney Garza (2012-13) 3. John Bormann (2012-13) 4. Jason Mohn (2009-12) 5. Michael McKennon (2004-06)

PUTOUTS 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .995 .992 .991 .991 .989

CHANCES Season 1. Trent Lockwood (2008) 2. Mike Warren (2013) 3. Lee Todesco (2005) 4. Kent Wallis (1997) 5. Trent Lockwood (2007) Career 1. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) 2. Lee Todesco (2002-06) 3. Mike Putnicki (1998-2000) 4. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 5. Ryan Hutson (2008-11)

518 517 515 513 496 1,370 1,280 1,219 1,014 998

ERRORS

Season 1. Lee Todesco (2005) 2. Trent Lockwood (2008) 3. Kent Wallis (1997) 4. Mike Warren (2013) 5. Brent Houtchens (2994 Career 1. Lee Todesco (2002-06) 2. Zach Etheredge (2004-08) 3. Mike Putnicki (1998-2000) 4. Trent Lockwood (2007-08) 5. Brent Houtchens (1994-95)

484 471 469 467 456 1,218 1,203 1,146 924 888

ASSISTS Season 1. J.R. Voyles (2006) 2. Matthew James (2011) 3. Ryan Crew (2005) 4. Johnny Johnston (1999) 5. Marshal Davis (2007) RJ Perucki (2011)

182 179 174 170 168 168

Career 1. Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 2. J.R. Voyles (2003-06) 3. Marshal Davis (2005-09) 4. Ryan Crew (2003-05) 5. RJ Perucki (2010-13)

519 514 493 466 455

– 62 –

Season 1. RJ Perucki (2011) 2. Jeremy James (2001) 3. Steve Minus (1996) 4. Steve Minus (1997) 5. Jeremy James (1999) Lance Brown (2009)

28 25 24 23 22 22

Career 1. Steve Minus (1996-99) 2. Ryan Arevalos (1992-95) 3. Jeremy James (1999-2001) 4. RJ Perucki (2010-13) 5. Ryan Crew (2003-05)

68 62 59 58 57


INFORMATION GUIDE

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING LEADERS EARNED RUN AVERAGE

STRIKEOUTS PER NINE INNINGS

LOSSES

Season (min. 50 IP) 1. Paul Runyan (1994) 2. Matt Sims (2013) 3. Jeff Hutzler (1994) 4. Josh Blakley (2007) 5. Casey Selsor (2011) 6. Josh Ruffin (2006) 7. Ryan Proudfoot (2007) 8. Brock Hartson (2013) 9. Jared Howton (2001) 10. Steven Vasquez (2006)

1.60 2.31 2.54 2.60 2.90 3.17 3.30 3.40 3.42 3.66

Season (min. 50 IP) 1. Eric Montoya (2000) 2. Eric Montoya (1999) 3. Matt Sims (2013) 4. Brandon Hammack (1995) 5. Steven Vasquez (2006) 6. Eric Montoya (1998) 7. Steven Vasquez (2008) 8. Justin Burgess (1995) 9. Michael Kraft (2013) 10. Red Patterson (2009)

10.75 9.56 9.41 9.27 8.96 8.88 8.53 8.47 8.21 8.20

Career (min. 100 IP) 1. Josh Blakely (2006-07) 2. Brock Hartson (2013) 3. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 4. Matt Sims (2011-13) 5. Brandon Hammack (1994-95) 6. Zach Calhoon (2007-11) 7. Casey Selsor (2009-11) 8. Kevin Clarke (2007-11) 9. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 10. Jared Howton (1998-2001)

2.88 3.40 3.71 3.86 4.00 4.19 4.45 4.46 4.51 4.51

Career (min. 100 IP) 1. Zach Calhoon (2007-11) 2. Eric Montoya (1997-2000) 3. Matt Sims (2011-13) 4. Kevin Clarke (2007-11) 5. Brandon Hammack (1994-95) 6. Steven Vasquez (2004-08) 7. Ryan Smith (1997-2000) 8. Jared Howton (1998-2001) 9. Larry Mason (1998-2000) 10. Jamey Morton (1993-94)

11.53 9.79 9.22 8.77 8.24 7.71 7.57 7.31 7.02 6.99

OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE

WINS

Season (min. 50 IP) 1. Matt Sims (2013) 2. Ryan Proudfoot (2007) 3. Trey Rice (2003) 4. Paul Runyan (1994) 5. Blake Brannon (2006) 6. Josh Ruffin (2006) 7. Jared Howton (2001) 8. Josh Ruffin (2005) 9. Casey Selsor (2011) 10. Josh Blakley (2007)

.176 .201 .212 .224 .236 .240 .242 .256 .257 .259

Career (min. 100 IP) 1. Zach Calhoon (2007-11) 2. Matt Sims (2011-13) 3. Trey Rice (2002-03) 4. Ryan Proudfoot (2007-10) 5. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 6. Josh Blakley (2006-07) 7. Brock Hartson (2013) 8. Kevin Clarke (2007-11) 9. Caleb Barton (2005-06) 10. Blake Brannon (2004-07)

.210 .236 .245 .260 .261 .271 .273 .274 .279 .279

Season 1. Jeff Hutzler (1994) 2. Brock Hartson (2013) Jared Howton (2001) Jeff Hutzler (1995) Bradley Chovanec (2008) 6. Josh Blakley (2007) Justin Burgess (1996) Mike Srp (2001) Klae Boehme (2004) Kevin Clarke (2010) Noah Tritz (2006) Aaron Rodriguez (2005) BIlly Putnicki (1997) Blake Brannon (2006) Josh Ruffin (2006) Jamey Morton (1994) Michael Kraft (2012)

11 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Career 1. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 2. Steven Vasquez (2004-08) Justin Burgess (1994-97) Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 5. Mike Srp (2001-03) 6. Casey Selsor (2009-11) 7. Billy Putnicki (1993-97) 8. Michael Kraft (2011-13) Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) Klae Boehme (2001-04) Stace Pape (1997-2000)

30 20 20 20 19 18 16 15 15 15 15

– 63 –

Season 1. Aaron Rodriguez (2004) Stace Pape (1999) 3. Bret Warnack (1992) Stace Pape (2000) Eric Montoya (1999) David Garza (1992) Caleb Barton (2005) Stace Pape (1998) Garry Francis (1996) Justin Burgess (1997) Chris Woodard (1993) Jeff Hutzler (1993) Casey Selsor (2012) Career 1. Stace Pape (1997-2000) 2. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 3. Justin Burgess (1994-97) Casey Selsor (2009-12) 5. Eric Montoya (1997-2000) 6. Randal Biggs (1995-99) Mike Srp (2001-03) 8. Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) 9. Blake Brannon (2004-07) 10. Michael Kraft (2011-13) Garry Francis (1996-97) Caleb Barton (2005-06) Josh Ruffin (2004-07)

9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 29 23 21 21 19 18 18 17 16 14 14 14 14

SAVES Season 1. Zach Calhoon (2008) 2. Matt Sims (2013) Lucas Stewart (2003) Noah Tritz (2006) 5. Jason Vechhio (2005) Matt Sims (2012) 7. Eric Montoya (1999) Zach Calhoon (2007) Zach Calhoon (2009) Kevin Carrejo (2001)

13 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

Career 1. Zach Calhoon (2007-11) 2. Matt Sims (2011-13) 3. Lucas Stewart (2003-04) 4. Kevin Clarke (2007-11) 5. Noah Tritz (2005-06) 6. Eric Montoya (1997-2000) 7. Jason Vecchio (2003-05) Kevin Carrejo (2001-02) 9. Ryan McGinnis (1998-2001) 10. Paul Runyan (1992-94)

27 15 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 5


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INDIVIDUAL PITCHING LEADERS APPEARANCES

SHUTOUTS

COMPLETE GAMES

Season 1. Noah Tritz (2006) Eric Montoya (1999) 3. Larry Mason (1999) 4. Josh Blakley (2007) 5. Matt Sims (2013) Paul Runyan (1992) J.T. Mackey (2007) 8. Logan Onda (2013) Brandon Hammack (1995) Bret Warnack (1993)

31 31 30 29 28 28 28 27 27 27

Career 1. Zach Calhoon (2007-11) 2. Blake Brannon (2004-07) Josh Ruffin (2004-07) Eric Montoya (1997-2000) 5. Randal Biggs (1995-99) 6. Justin Burgess (1994-97) 7. Mark Ruffin (2005-08) 8. Kevin Clarke (2007-11) 9. Stace Pape (1997-2000) 10. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95)

84 81 81 81 77 76 74 71 70 67

GAMES STARTED Season 1. Jeff Hutzler (1994) 2. Brock Hartson (2013) Justin Burgess (1995) Jamey Morton (1994) Aaron Rodriguez (2005) 6. Josh Ruffin (2007) Jared Howton (2001) Jeff Hutzler (1992) Josh Ruffin (2006) Jeff Hutzler (1995)

18 17 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 16

Career 1. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 2. Justin Burgess (1994-97) 3. Steven Vasquez (2004-08) 4. Casey Selsor (2009-12) 5. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 6. Randal Biggs (1995-99) 7. Stace Pape (1997-2000) 8. Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) 9. Michael Kraft (2011-13) 10. Ryan Proudfoot (2007-10)

64 50 48 47 43 42 41 38 37 36

Season 1. Justin Burgess (1996) 2. Jeff Hutzler (1994) Jeff Hutzler (1995) 4. Jared Howton (2001) 5. Josh Ruffin (2006) Klae Boehme (2004) Justin Burgess (2007) Billy Putnicki (1997) Justin Burgess (1995) 10. Jeff Hutzler (1992) Mike Srp (2002) Blake Brannon (2006) Mike Srp (2001)

10 9 9 7 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

Career 1. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 2. Justin Burgess (1994-97) 3. Mike Srp (2001-03) Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 5. Bret Warnack (1992-93) Stace Pape (1997-2000) Jared Howton (1998-2001) 8. Eric Montoya (1997-2000) Blake Brannon (2004-07) Casey Selsor (2009-12)

24 20 9 9 7 7 7 6 6 6

INNINGS PITCHED Season 1. Aaron Rodriguez (2005) 2. Jeff Hutzler (1995) 3. Josh Ruffin (2006) 4. Justin Burgess (1996) 5. Brock Hartson (2013) 6. Klae Boehme (2004) 7. Stace Pape (1999) 8. Justin Burgess (1995) 9. Blake Brannon (2006) 10. Casey Selsor (2011)

122.1 118.1 116.1 107.1 106.0 105.0 104.1 101.0 100.1 99.1

Career 1. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 2. Justin Burgess (1994-97) 3. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 4. Casey Selsor (2009-12) 5. Stace Pape (1997-2000) 6. Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) 7. Steven Vasquez (2004-08) 8. Mike Srp (2001-03) 9. Blake Brannon (2004-07) 10. Randal Biggs (1995-99)

378.0 345.1 334.0 314.2 297.0 285.1 285.0 272.0 261.1 255.1

Season 1. Josh Ruffin (2006) 2. Blake Brannon (2006) 3. Bradley Chovanec (2008) Jeff Hutzler (1994) Jared Howton (2001) Mike Srp (2002) 7. Mike Srp (2003) Casey Selsor (2011) Kris Ruepke (2008) Klae Boehme (2004) Scott Sanders (2002) Andy Benedict (2009) Red Patterson (2009) Bret Warnack (1992) Evin Brewer (2003) Billy Putnicki (1997) Jamey Morton (1994) Josh Ruffin (2007) Aaron Rodriguez (2005) Mike Srp (2001) Justin Burgess (1995) Steven Vasquez (2005) Justin Anderson (2012)

4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Career 1. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 2. Mike Srp (2001-03) 3. Blake Brannon (2004-07) 4. Bradley Chovanec (2007-08) Jared Howton (1998-2001) Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 7. Scott Sanders (2002-03) Andy Benedict (2006-09) Jamey Morton (1993-94) Casey Selsor (2009-11) Bret Warnack (1992-93) Klae Boehme (2001-04) Justin Burgess (1994-97) Steven Vasquez (2004-08) Red Patterson (2009) Kris Ruepke (2008-09) Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) Billy Putnicki (1993-97) Justin Anderson (2012-13)

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

STRIKEOUTS Season 1. Justin Burgess (1995) 2. Jeff Hutzler (1992) 3. Eric Montoya (2000) 4. Red Patterson (2009) 5. Jared Howton (2001) 6. Klae Boehme (2004) 7. Casey Selsor (2011) 8. Ryan Smith (1999) 9. Steven Vasquez (2006) 10. Justin Burgess (1996) Career 1. Justin Burgess (1994-97) 2. Jeff Hutzler (1992-95) 3. Eric Montoya (1997-2000) 4. Steven Vasquez (2004-08) 5. Casey Selsor (2009-12) 6. Josh Ruffin (2004-07) 7. Aaron Rodriguez (2002-05) 8. Blake Brannon (2004-07) 9. Randal Biggs (1995-99) 10. Stace Pape (1997-2000)

– 64 –

95 92 90 86 83 82 79 78 76 75 267 265 249 244 220 210 193 181 175 173



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