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Table of Contents General Information Table of Contents/Quick facts.................................................................1 Media Information..................................................................................2

The University The University of West Alabama............................................................4 Dr. Richard D. Holland, University President........................................5 E. J. Brophy, Director of Athletics..........................................................6 Tiger Head Coaches................................................................................7 Tiger Athletic Department / Support Staff..............................................8

The 2010 Tigers Head Coach Gary Rundles....................................................................10 Assistant Coaches David Steed and Mike Jones...................................11 Grad. Assts Zack Zulli, KK Chalmers and Student Asst. Zane Adams......11 Player Bios...................................................................................... 12-21 Retuning Players............................................................................ 12-18 Newcomers.................................................................................... 18-21 2010 Roster...........................................................................................21

2009 Review 2009 Results..........................................................................................27 2009 Overall Statistics..........................................................................28 2009 Miscellaneous Statistics...............................................................29 Postseason Recaps.......................................................................... 30-31 Gulf South Conference Tournament....................................................30 NCAA Division II South Regional......................................................31 Postseason Statistics.............................................................................32 Record Book Year-By-Year Leaders...........................................................................34 Single-Season Records..........................................................................35 Single-Game Records...........................................................................36 Career Records................................................................................ 37-38 All-Americans, All-Region, All-Conference.................................. 39-40 Year-By-Year Results...................................................................... 41-48 All-Time Roster.............................................................................. 49-53 The Gulf South Conference..................................................................54 The NCAA Pledge................................................................................55 Tartt Field - Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility.................56

2010 Opponents Gulf South Conference East Division...................................................23 UAH, North Alabama, Valdosta State, West Florida, and West Georgia Auburn Montgomery, Columbus State, Montevallo................................. Georgia Southwestern, William Carey, Lynn........................................24 Delta State, Talladega, Stillman,............................................................... Lambuth, Ouachita Baptist, Concordia.................................................25

credits

The 2010 University of West Alabama baseball media guide is a production of the University of West Alabama Sports Information office. The guide was compiled, written and edited by Kyle Lewis. The covers were designed by Amy Robertson. Photography provided by Fleming Photography, Britt Jones and Joe Chance. Special thanks to Tony Schmidt, Pamela Tanner, Herb Brooks, Penny Dew, Dee Outlaw, Micky Smith, Dr. E. J. Brophy, R. T. Floyd, Tara Grayson, Nicholas Finch and Cassie Montgomery and UWA Printing.

FOLLOW tiger baseball on... UWA baseBALL ON FOX SPORTS Fox Sports 104.9 FM for the 2009-10 athletic year. A 50,000 watt station, Fox Sports 104.9 FM reaches UWA and surrounding areas, including western Alabama and eastern Mississippi. UWA athletic broadcasts will also be carried on the athletic website.

UWA baseBALL ON B2 NETWORK UWA athletics and other selected campus events will be available for fans to view both live and On-Demand. Broadcasts will be aired through the school’s website at http://athletics. uwa.edu as well as www.b2tv.com. Fans wanting to watch Tiger athletics via B2 Networks will need a high-speed Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player. Games will be sold on an individual basis for $7 (US) and season packages for football and basketball will also be available. B2 Networks is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems.

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Media Information coach/athlete interviews Please make arrangements for all interviews with West Alabama student-athletes and coaches through Assistant Sports Information Director Tony Schmidt by calling (205) 6523596. UWA student-athletes are also routinely available for interviews following practice sessions and competitions, following the NCAA 10-minute cooling off period. No athlete telephone numbers will be given out. Please respect this policy and coordinate ALL athlete/coach interviews through the UWA Sports Information Office. media services The UWA Sports Information Office compiles and distributes statistics and notes prior to each match and complete game results at the conclusion of competition. Following each game, box scores will be distributed via Fax to the sports information office of the visiting school and, upon request, to media outlets. wireless internet Wireless internet access is available at Tartt Field. For more information please contact the UWA Sports Information Office. radio information Phone lines for radio broadcasts are available at Pruitt Hall. Please notify the UWA Sports Information Office prior to the match to make sure the lines are activated. directions to TARTT FIELD From Interstate 20/59: Exit 17, Highway 28 East to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. From US Highway 80: Highway 28 West to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. gsc weekly release The Gulf South Conference sends out weekly releases and updated stats throughout the season. The releases include updated team notes, conference players of the week along with league standings.

west alabama media outlets television WTOK-TV Lindsey Hall P.O. Box 2988 Meridian, MS 39391 (601) 693-6397 lindsey.hall@wtok.com WVUA-7 Gary Harris P.O. Box 870172 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-7000 gharris@wvua7.com radio FOX Sports, WSLY 104.9-FM Wayne Grant 11474 Hwy. 11 York, AL 36925 (205) 392-5234 newspapers THE MERIDIAN STAR Rocky Higginbotham P.O. Box 1591 Merdian, MS 39301 (601) 458-1290, x3235 rhigginbotham@themeridianstar.com THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS Mike Perrin 2200 Fourth Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35202 (205) 325-2222 mperrin@hiwaay.com THE TUSCALOOSA NEWS Andrew Carroll P.O. Box 20736 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 345-0505 andrew.carroll@tuscaloosanews.com

wire service ASSOCIATED PRESS John Zenor P.O. Box 1000 Montgomery, AL 36101 (334) 265-7177 jzenor@ap.org NATIONAL BASEBALL POLLS National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association 5201 North O’Connor, Suite 300 Irving, TX 75039 Collegiate Baseball Newspaper PO Box 50566 Tucson, AZ 85703 Phone: (520) 623-4530 Fax: (520) 624-5501 Ping!Baseball 2048 N 50th St. Omaha, NE 68104 HOTELS (Area Code 205) Livingston Motel Highway 11 - 652-9621 Comfort Inn Highway 28 - 652-4839 The Western Inn Highway 28 - 652-9751 RESTAURANTS (Area Code 205) Andy’s Home Plate - 652-7474 Austin’s Steakhouse - 652-6868 Burger King - 652-6710 China Dragon - 652-2558 Dandy Don’s - 652-2743 Diamond Jim’s and Mrs. Donna’s - 652-5750 Hardee’s - 652-9840 Pizza Hut - 652-6811 Sonic Drive-In - 652-6353 Interstate Chevron/Subway - 652-9226 The Bakery - 652-6561 Tres Hermanos - 652-1307

Assistant Commissioner for Media & Public Affairs

Michael Anderson - (205) 991-9980

gscsid@mindspring.com

Assistant Sports Information Director

Michael Banks - (205) 991-9980

banks@highspd.com

Assistant Sports Information Director

Eric SanInocencio - (205) 991-9980

gscassistantsid@mindspring.com

GSC Official Web Site

www.GulfSouthConference.org

GSC Mailing Address

2101 Providence Park; Suite 200

Birmingham, AL 35242

uwa on the internet Visit the official West Alabama Athletics home page on the Internet at: www.uwaathletics.com. The site offers up-to-date information on all of UWA’s 10 NCAA varsity sports, including schedules and results, player and coach biographies as well as the latest news from each UWA athletic program. The site provides links to the NCAA and the Gulf South Conference.

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The University

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The University of West Alabama The University’s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools gives regional and national recognition to credits and degrees earned at the University. The student body of some 5,157 comes from Alabama and many other states. Of the teaching faculty, well over 50 percent hold earned doctorates and more than 65 percent have at least one year of education beyond the master’s degree.

THE HISTORY OF UWA The University of West Alabama was chartered in 1835 as a churchrelated female academy and admitted its first students in 1839. After difficult times during the Civil War and Reconstruction periods, the school reopened in the late 1860s or early 1870s. Although it appears that a few male students were admitted following the reopening, a resolution by the Board of Trustees in 1876 excluded boys, and this policy was followed until the beginning of the 20th century. The Bell Conference Center

The University of West Alabama is a fully accredited state institution with a nationwide reputation for its outstanding student body and faculty members. West Alabama is small enough that the students get to know almost everyone on campus, and guests are greeted with a friendly “Hello” from passing faculty and students. The University was founded in 1835 as a female academy, and during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was under the leadership of the colorful Miss Julia Tutwiler. Through the efforts of Miss Tutwiler, this institution became one of the most outstanding teacher colleges in the South. The University is located in Livingston, Alabama, the county seat of Sumter County, on United States Highway 11, Alabama Highway 28, and Interstate 20/59. It is 116 miles southwest of Birmingham, 130 miles west of Montgomery, and 37 miles east of Meridian, Mississippi. Although the original school site covered only seven acres, the facilities have grown, and today the campus sprawls over 574 acres, with beautiful rolling hills, woods, and a 54-acre lake. An old covered bridge, located near the George C. Wallace Union Building, reflects the mood and character of this easy, quiet, and friendly part of the state. The University of West Alabama is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor of Alabama. While recognizing a special obligation to the educational, economic, and cultural life of the community and region where it is located, the University welcomes students from more distant locales. The University is comprised of the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Education, the College of Business, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Division of Nursing, and the School of Graduate Studies. It offers the Associate in Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education and Master of Science in Continuing Education degrees.

From 1881 to 1910 the school at Livingston was under the direction of the noted educator and reformer Julia Tutwiler, who succeeded in getting a small appropriation from the State Legislature in 1883 to establish normal school training for girls at Livingston Female Academy. According to statements in the University archives, this is believed to be the first State appropriation in Alabama made exclusively for the education of women. The first normal school diplomas were granted in 1886. Livingston Female Academy and State Normal College continued as a private institution with some State support until 1907, when the State assumed full control. It remained under its own board of trustees, however, until the Legislature created a State Board of Trustees for all the normal schools in 1911. In 1919 this board was abolished and all state normal schools were placed under the supervision of the State Board of Education. During these early years the school offered both secondary education and normal school programs for the training of teachers. In 1929 the school at Livingston became State Teachers College, Livingston, Alabama, with authority to confer the degree of Bachelor of Science. The Bachelor of Arts degree was authorized in 1947. Although the institution had begun accepting male students soon after 1900, the student body remained predominantly female through the 1950s. In 1957 the name was again changed by an act of Legislature — this time to Livingston State College — and the following year the mission of the institution was broadened when the Graduate Division was established and the College was authorized to confer master’s degrees in the field of professional education. In 1967 an act of the Legislature created Livingston University, with its own Board of Trustees. In 1995 the institution recognized its broader mission as a regional university serving the educational needs of all the citizens of the area by changing its name to The University of West Alabama.

Additionally, the University’s College of Education, College of Business, and Division of Nursing are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, and the National League of Nursing, respectively.

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Dr. Richard D. Holland 1990; UWA Faculty Loyalty Award; Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Conservation Districts, Area III; Sterling’s Who’s Who International; Charter Member of the UWA Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi; and the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Society. A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome to West Alabama’s regional state university. As a comprehensive state university, we offer a broad range of academic programs leading to the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as support services to the business, government, and education communities. We also have students from throughout the United States and from many countries, creating a diverse and stimulating learning environment.

In 2002, Dr. Richard D. Holland became the tenth President of the University of West Alabama, founded in 1835. He earned his bachelor and master’s degree in Biology at the University of West Alabama and his Ph.D. in Botany at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Prior to becoming President, he served as a Professor of Biology and Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at UWA. Holland’s contributions to the University, the community, and the State of Alabama are numerous. His areas of service include: Chair of UWA’s Reaffirmation Self-Study Committee for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1991 and 2002; Chair of the University Senate for five terms; Member of the Board of Directors for the UWA Foundation; Member of the Council of Arts and Sciences Deans and Council of Presidents for the Alabama Commission on Higher Education; Member of the President’s Council of the Higher Education Partnership of Alabama; State of Alabama Liaison to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; Chair of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member of the Board of Directors of the Sumter County Fine Arts Council; Member of the Board of Directors and President of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member and Treasurer of the City of Livingston Beautification Committee; Member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Alabama Wildflower Society; Member of the Alabama Advisory Committee on Roadside Plantings; Member of the Board of Directors of the Nature Conservancy Chapter of Alabama; Member of the Onsite Wastewater Management Committee of the Alabama Department of Public Heath; Member of the Board of the Tombigbee RC&D Council; Chair of the West Alabama Regional Alliance; Member of the Board of Directors of the Black Belt Community Foundation; Member of the Governor’s Black Belt Action Commission; Chair of the Alabama Medical Education Consortium and the Black Belt Health Scholars Partnership; and is the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award presented by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America for distinguished service to youth.

There are very few universities left that can offer quality academic programs in a very personal setting at a reasonable cost. Our average class size is about twenty-three students, and our students receive advisement and counseling directly from the faculty in their major areas. Furthermore, we offer a small town setting with a secure environment, free from many of the distractions of larger cities. All of our academic colleges offer various forms of consulting and problem solving to diverse businesses and agencies within the region. Many of these programs provide our students with hands-on experience in the form of practica and internships, as well as providing valuable support to the community. As UWA’s president, I make it a priority to be visible on campus, and my door is always open to students. Indeed, at UWA, all employees pride themselves on placing students first.

WEST ALABAMA PRESIDENTS 1936-1944 ................................................................ Dr. N.F. Greenhill 1944-1954........................................................................ Dr. W.W. Hill 1954-1963.........................................................................Dr. D.P. Culp 1963-1972.............................................................Dr. John E. Deloney 1972-1973................................. Dr. Ralph M. Lyon (Acting President) 1973-1993.................................................................. Dr. Asa N. Green 1993-1994.............................Dr. James Bob Drake (Interim President) 1994-1998............................................................. Dr. Donald C. Hines 1998-2002....................................................................Dr. Ed D. Roach 2002-present......................................................Dr. Richard D. Holland

Dr. Holland has been honored by his peers in the academic community, by his students, and to his fellow UWA Alumni. His honors include; UWA Society of the Golden Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega; the Alpha Chi National Honor Society; Recipient of the UWA Gilbert Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1994 and

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Dr. E. J. Brophy

Progress. That’s the word that best describes the UWA department of athletics since Dr. E. J. Brophy’s arrival as Director of Athletics on June 1, 2006. At UWA, Brophy oversees the institution’s 10 NCAA Division II sports that compete in the Gulf South Conference, as well as Men’s and Women’s Rodeo. Brophy enters his fourth year as Director of Athletics at the University of West Alabama after serving as Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from March 2005 through May 2006. Brophy has led the charge in improving UWA’s athletics facilities, including renovations to Tiger Football Stadium, the UWA Football Practice Facility, the Tartt Baseball Complex, Pruitt Gymnasium and the UWA Softball Facility. These upgrades have included the erection of a new softball lockerroom, the creation of the Cross Country Clubhouse and upgrades to lockerrooms for several sports such as football, men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball. Brophy also supervised completion and final funding for the 41,000 square foot Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility for baseball and softball. In the area of fundraising, Brophy enhanced the university’s booster club by giving it a new name – The Tiger Club – which along with a newly developed corporate sponsorship program has procured over $750,000 since its inception in 2006. Brophy also was instrumental in negotiating corporate partnerships with Coca-Cola and Adidas, as well as new radio broadcast agreements and expanding the visibility of the overall sports program. During Brophy’s tenure at UWA, the Tigers have won two Gulf South Conference East Division baseball titles (2007, 2009), participated in two NCAA baseball regionals (2008, 2009) and set the baseball season record for wins (45 - 2008). UWA baseball has also been ranked in the final Top 20 polls each of the past three seasons (2007, 2008, 2009). West Alabama also made the NCAA football playoffs for the first time in 34 years (2009), reached the program’s highest win total (8) since 1975 and defeated the number one football team in the country (UNA, 2009). The 2009 football Tigers also had a dramatic first round road playoff victory versus Albany State, and finished the 2009 campaign ranked 21st in the final Division II football poll. UWA made the NCAA men’s tennis tournament for the first time in school history (2009) while setting the program record for wins (18), and also tied the school record for softball wins (2009). Additionally, the Tiger volleyball team was the last team in America to lose a match in 2007, after a stellar 18-0 start en route to a 27-6 final record and a Top 25 ranking. The 2009 volleyball squad won 30 matches, captured the Gulf South Conference East Division crown and finished as the Gulf South Conference runner-up. Brophy has also served as a member of the NCAA Division II Regional Baseball Committee since 2007, and is a member of the NCAA Division II National Men’s Basketball Committee. Brophy, who has more than 17 years of experience as a professional athlete, collegiate coach and university athletic administrator, joined the UAB athletic department in January 2003 as Assistant Director of

Athletic Development. A Montgomery, Alabama, native, Brophy was responsible for athletic fundraising, day-to-day operations of the Blazer Club scholarship organization, game-day hospitality for donors at Blazer football and basketball games and various other duties. In March 2005 Brophy was named Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs and continued heading the Blazer Club Scholarship Fund and all basketball and football priority seating. After an all-conference baseball career at UAB from 1989-1992, Brophy was drafted as a 37th-round selection by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent four seasons in their minor league system, reaching the Triple-A level in 1995. At the conclusion of his playing career, Brophy was named assistant baseball coach at Samford University in 1996 and held the same post at the University of Montevallo in 1998. He was the head baseball coach at Wallace Community College in Selma, Alabama, from August 1998 until January 2003. In recognition of his 100th collegiate coaching victory in 2002, he was named to the Alabama and American Baseball Coaches Century Club. Brophy graduated from UAB in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from UAB in 1998. He received a PhD from UAB in Educational Leadership in August 2009. Brophy is married to the former Cindy Wooten of Birmingham, Alabama. They have two children. Son Brooks, 10, and daughter Bailey, 7.

THE E. J. BROPHY FILE Personal Birthdate:......................................................................... April 17, 1970 Hometown:................................................................ Montgomery, Ala. Family:................................................................................Wife, Cindy .............................................................................Children, Son Brooks .................................................................................... Daughter, Bailey Education College:....................................................................... UAB, 1995; B.S. .................................................................................Physical Education ...................................................................................UAB, 1998; M.A. .................................................................................Physical Education ..................................................................................UAB, 2009; Ph.D. ..........................................................................Educational Leadership Administrative Experience 2006-Pres...............................................................Director of Athletics .................................................................. University of West Alabama 2005-06........................................................Assistant Athletic Director ........................................................................... External Affairs, UAB 2003-05......................................................................Assistant Director ..................................................................Athletic Development, UAB Coaching Experience 1998-2003........................................................... Head Coach, Baseball ............................................................................................ Wallace CC 1998..............................................................Assistant Coach, Baseball ............................................................................................ Montevallo 1996..............................................................Assistant Coach, Baseball .................................................................................................Samford

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Tiger Head Coaches

Will Atkinson Glen Fanelli

Softball

Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Amanda Marks

Women’s Basketball

Eddie McCarter Don Medeiros Chad Phipps

Men’s Basketball

Gary Rundles

Baseball

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

Men’s and Women’s Rodeo

Tabitha Turner Bobby Wallace Volleyball

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Athletic Support Staff

Seale Broughton Admin. Asst. Football/ Athletic Training, Ins. Coord.

Sam Gregg Football Assistant Coach

Peter Cruz, Jr. Volleyball Assistant Coach

Andy Grubbs, MEd, ATC Associate Athletic Trainer

Tracey Dahlen Softball Assistant Coach

Shanna Grubbs, MAT, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer

Penny Dew Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics

Will Hall Football Assistant Coach

Jamie Hibbert, ATC, CES Assistant Athletic Trainer/ Instructor

Derek Hill Football Assistant Coach

Mike Jones Baseball Assistant Coach

Desmond Lindsey Football Assistant Coach

Janet Montgomery Associate Athletic Director/SWA

Tony Oglesby Football Assistant Head Coach

Dee Outlaw Compliance Director

Kyle Sampsell, MAT, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Joe Eatmon Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Betsy Harris Women’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

Jorge Medina Cross Country Assistant Coach

Micky Smith Faculty Athletic Representative

R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCS Dir. Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Robert Henry Football Assistant Coach

Brad Montgomery, MAT, ATC Head Athletic Trainer

David Steed Baseball Assistant Coach


The 2010 Tigers

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Head Coach Gary

RUNDLES HEAD COACH 2001 - Present

Head Coach Gary Rundles brings 33 years of coaching experience into a Tiger program that carries high expectations into every season. Last season, Rundles guided the Tigers to a 38-16 record and a berth in the NCAA Division II South Regional along with a Gulf South Conference appearance. The Chattanooga, Tenn.native has guided the Diamond Tigers to six GSC Tournament appearances along with four NCAA berths in his nine seasons. In 2008, Rundles directed UWA to a 45-13 record, a berth in the GSC Baseball Tournament and an appearance in the NCAA South Central Regional in Cleveland, Miss. The 45 wins tied the school record set in 2005. Under Rundles guidance, a GSC and school record 12 Tigers were named to the All-GSC teams. UWA also had two All-Americans last season and three AllRegion players. In 2007, Rundles led the Red and White to the 2007 Gulf South Conference East Division crown and a berth in the GSC Baseball Tournament. The Tigers compiled a 41-16 record, including a spot in the GSC Tournament Championship Game. Under his mentorship seven Tigers were named All-GSC last season with one named to the All-South Central Region Team. In 2006, Rundles guided the Tigers to a 42-22 record, including a runner-up finish in the GSC Tournament and a berth in the South Central Regional.

assistant coach. After two seasons on the Eagle staff, he was promoted to head coach. Today, Rundles brings the same tireless work ethic in recruiting, motivating and teaching the game to West Alabama. A firm believer in dedication and discipline, he leads by example and achieves success through hard work. He also served a term as the chairman of the NCAA Division II Baseball Committee. Rundles, 54, is a native of Chattanooga, Tenn. He is married to the former Joan Lambert of Jefferson City, Tenn. They have three children, Alley (20), Megan (25), and a son Richard (28), who plays professional baseball with the Cleveland Indians organization.

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Gary Rundles FILE

PERSONAL • Richard Gary Rundles • Born in Chattanooga, Tenn. (Feb. 18, 1955) • Married to the former Joan Lambert • Three children Richard, Megan, Alley EDUCATION • Chattanooga City HS (1973) • Carson-Newman (1977); B.S. Physical Education • Tennessee (1986); M.S. Physical Education COACHING EXPERIENCE • 1977-85: Chattanooga Central HS-Head Coach • 1985-87: Carson-Newman College-Assistant Coach • 1987-00: Carson-Newman College-Head Coach • 2001-Present: West Alabama-Head Coach

From his beginnings as a coach and teacher of the game at Central High School in Harrison, Tenn., to his current status as one of the most well-known coaches in the Southeast, Rundles attacks every season with a burning desire to succeed and a firm belief in fundamental baseball. He came to West Alabama from Carson-Newman, where he built and maintained one of the most solid programs in all of the land over a 13-year career. Rundles posted a record of 372-277 at Carson-Newman while winning five Conference Titles and finishing runner-up on four occasions. He guided the Eagles to a Division II College World Series berth in 1999, earning Conference, Region, and Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association “Coach of the Year” honors. He also led Carson-Newman to the NAIA World Series in 1993 and has been named Conference Coach of the Year on six separate occasions. For Rundles, a long, success-filled coaching career began at Chattanooga Central (Tenn.) High School in 1977. Over an eight-year stretch, he compiled a record of 171-72. In 1985, Rundles departed for his alma mater Carson-Newman, where he served in the capacity of graduate assistant, and later as

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Assistant Coaches David

Mike

ASSISTANT COACH

ASSISTANT COACH

STEED

JONES

2006 - Present

2008 - Present

David Steed returns for his fourth season as assistant coach at The University of West Alabama. His responsibilities include working with hitters, recruiting, and weight training.

Michael Jones enters his fourth season on the Tiger coaching staff and third in full time capacity.

The Starkville, Miss.-native comes from Arkansas Tech University where he was responsible for working with the hitters during his five years. He coached five All-Region and 13 All-GSC hitters. Before becoming a coach in the collegiate ranks, he played two years at Meridian Community College where he received All-American, All-Region and Team MVP honors. He was also part of the 1st MCC team to make it to the Junior College World Series, where he was named to the World Series All Tournament Team. He left MCC after being drafted by the Dodgers in the 15th round. During his nine year professional career, he played in the Dodgers, Angels and Rangers organizations with 4 of these years being played at the AAA level. While at UWA, he has coached seven All-GSC hitters, one AllAmerican and three All-South Central Regional Players. In 2008, the Tigers set a new GSC record by having 12 players on the All-GSC team.

In three seasons in charge of the Tiger hurlers, UWA has proven to be one of the top pitching staffs in the GSC and nation. In 2008, UWA posted a 3.72 ERA, the lowest in the conference, with a .261 opponent batting average. In 2007 with the Red and White, Tiger hurlers posted a 3.51 ERA for the season, which stood as third best in the Gulf South Conference, while boasting the second best opponent batting average at .248. Jones, a graduate of the University of New Orleans, served as team captain for two years at UNO and led the team in innings pitched both seasons. Jones transferred from Holmes Community College where he was selected First-Team All-Region All-State both years. A native of Weir, Miss., Jones joins the Tigers staff as the pitching coach after a brief career in the Chicago Cubs Organization, before being permanently sidelined with an arm injury. Jones is married to the former Amy Head of Shelbyville, Ky.

David is married to the former Lynda Hill from North Little Rock, Ark. and they have an eight year old daughter name Cameron.

KK

Zack

Zane

CHALMERS

ZULLI

ADAMS

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

student ASSISTANT

First Season

First Season

First Season

KK Chalmers begins his first season at West Alabama after being a member of the Memphis coaching staff assisting with hitters, base runners and strength and conditioning.

Zack Zulli begins his first season at West Alabama and fifth overall season inside the coaching ranks. Zulli will serve as the infield coach and assist with hitters and recruiting.

Chalmers is one of the most decorated players in Memphis Baseball history. A four-year starter in centerfield from 200508, Chalmers holds the program’s record for games played, runs scored, stolen bases, triples and walks. A Second-Team All-C-USA performer, Chalmers was an “Iron Man” for the Tigers, starting in 147 straight games in his career before being sidelined with an injury in the UAB series. His 112 career stolen bases ranks as the third-most in Conference USA history. Chalmers ranked nationally in stolen bases three times in his four-year stint. Always a threat on the base paths, Chalmers led Conference USA with 39 stolen bases in 2006 and 33 in 2007. His 39 steals in ‘06 tied Dave Anderson’s single-season record. That accomplishment tabbed him as the first Tiger baseball player ever to steal 30 or more bases in consecutive seasons.

Before coming to Livingston, Zulli was the head coach at Central Catholic High School in Morgan City where he guided CHS to the playoffs. Prior to his one season at Catholic High School, Zulli spent two seasons as assistant coach at Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Miss., over the infielders and assisted with hitters and recruiting. During his time at PRCC, the Wildcats went 36-20 and finished runner up in the state and regional championships. Zulli has also spent time in the Mississippi High School coaching ranks as an assistant at St. Stanislaus College from 2006 to 2008. Zulli played collegiality at Middle Georgia College where he was a second baseman.

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Zane Adams beings his first season on the UWA coaching staff after spending one season on the team. Prior to his arrival at UWA, Adams played at Union University and Dyersburg State Community College … Finished with an 8-2 record in 92 innings pitched with 68 strikeouts, Named Second Team All-Conference last season with the Eagles. Adams played high school baseball at Millington Central High School, where he lettered four seasons and served as captain two seasons. Adams was named All-Region for the Trojans. Adams is majoring in special education.


Returning Players #3 Dom

SAPP 6-0, 184, Senior, LHP Geneva, N.Y. Monroe CC 2009 (Junior): Drew five starts on the mound with 13 appearances … Totaled 27 strikeouts to 38 walks on the season … Tallied a 6.47 ERA with a 2-1 record. … Tied his career-high four innings of work three times on the season, the last coming on May 14 in the NCAA South Regional against Florida Southern … Logged a career-high six strikeouts in the performance against the FSC Mocs while allowing six hits, two runs and two walks. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y. ... During his sophomore season at MCC, he logged a 2.03 ERA with a 5-0 record ... Made six starts with two complete games in 40 innings pitched ... Allowed 12 runs, nine earned, on 22 hits ... Surrendered three extra base hits, all doubles, with 50 strikeouts and 23 walks ... His five wins, tied for the best on the team ... In his freshman season, he pitched 30 1/3 innings with 39 runs, 28 of which were earned, on 45 hits ... Allowed 21 walks to 18 strikeouts with a 8.30 ERA and 1-0 record.

Prior to UWA: Played at Elgin Community College … Helped the Spartans to its fifth straight World Series … Guided ECC to backto-back conference, district and regional championships … Was a pre-season All-American last season … Selected to the 2008 NJCAA DII World Series All-Tournament Team, Second Team All-Region, Conference MVP and First Team All-Conference … .390 career batting average, led team in stolen bases (22) and on-base percentage and second on team in RBI (35) last season. Prep: Prepped at Lamphere High School … First Team All-Conference from 2003-2006 … All-District and Team MVP … Helped the Rams to a conference, regional and district titles in 2006 … Also lettered in soccer, where he was First Team All-Conference, All-District, All-Region and Team MVP. Personal: Michael Bryan Mason … Born on June 10, 1988 in Madison Heights, Mich. … Son of Joan and Mike Mason … Has two brothers, Shawn and Daniel.

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Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘09 .262 54-53 164

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Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L GP GS CG SV IP H R-ER BB-SO ‘09 6.47 2-1 13 5 0 0 32.0 38 34-23 38-27

#4 Bryan

MASON

H 43

2B 10

3B 1

HR RBI 0 18

#8 Douglas

FRAZIER 5-10, 170, Senior, Utl. Northport, Ala.

Prep: Prepped at Geneva High School, where he was a three sport athlete, lettering in football and basketball along with baseball. Personal: Son of Carmen and Eugene Sapp ... Siblings are Michael and Carmen ... Majoring in computer information systems.

R 40

Shelton State CC 2009 (Junior): Started all 54 games for UWA, one of three Tigers to accomplish the feat … Posted a .301 batting average … Finished second on the team in stolen bases with 17; third on the team in triples with two; and fourth in runs scored (43) and doubles (13) … Tallied 17 multiple hit performances with six multiple RBI outings … Recorded a career-high four hits four time on the season with the last coming on Apr. 5 at West Florida … Posted a career-high three RBI on Feb. 15 against Tampa.

6-1, 175, Senior, SS

2008: Sat out last season as redshirt.

Madison Heights, Mich.

Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Shelton State Community College … Holds the career stolen bases record at SSCC with 41 … Helped guide the Buccaneers to a the state and conference crowns in 2007 with an overall record of 46-17.

Elgin CC 2009 (Junior): Played in all 54 contests for the Tigers while drawing 53 starts … Posted a .262 batting average with 43 hits in 164 trips to the plate … Tied for second on the team with 29 walks and tied for third in stolen bases with 16 … Tallied 18 RBI on the season with 11 extra base hits … Recorded 10 multi hit performances, including a career-high three hits against Talladega College on Apr. 10 … Garnered five multiple RBI contests, including a three RBI outing against Arkansas-Monticello on Apr. 14.

Prep: Prepped at Northside High School … Was a four-year letterwinner for the Rams … Guided NHS to a three consecutive area championships … Was named All-West Alabama from 2003-2005 … Named All-State Honorable Mention his senior season along with being named to the Tuscaloosa News Super 10 Baseball Team and a member of the East/West All-Star Team. Personal: Full name Douglas Lee Frazier … Born November 30, 1986 … Son of Timothy and Melissa Frazier … Has a sister Ashlee … Majoring in history and minor in physical education.

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Returning Players #16 Kasey

D ouglas C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘09 .301 54-54 193

R 43

H 58

2B 13

3B 2

NAFZGER

HR RBI 0 25

6-1, 195, Senior, RHP

#15 Dallas

Westerville, Ohio

ROGERS

Spring Hill

6-1, 165, Senior, OF McCalla, Ala. Brookwood HS 2009 (Junior): Played in 51 games last season all starts … Ranked in the top five in eight offensive categories during the season … Recorded 59 hits (fifth on the team) in 170 trips to the plate with a .347 batting average, which was fourth on the team … Logged 43 RBI, which was fourth on the team, and the third most doubles on the team with 16 … Finished fifth in total bases (81), on-base percentage (.388) and slugging percentage (.476) … Tallied 19 multiple hit efforts along with 11 multiple RBI contests … Recorded two games with three hits, the last coming on May 16 against Southern Arkansas in the NCAA South Regional … Garnered three, four RBI contests with the last coming on Apr. 8 against William Carey. 2008 (Sophomore): Played in 26 games with five starts … Totaled a .324 batting average with 11 hits on the season , with 11 runs scored and eight RBI … Went 1-for-1 with a triple and two RBI against Columbia Union on Mar. 11 … Posted multiple RBI against Stillman on Apr. 23 with a 1-for-3 outing, also two runs scored. 2007 (Freshman): Played in 37 games, drawing 26 starts for the Tigers … Hit .254 for the year with 11 RBI on 29 hits, including four doubles … Went two-for-two at the plate against William Carey on April 25, driving in a career-high two runs with a run scored in the contest … Posted two RBI on March 21 against Delta State in a two-for-four appearance at the dish, also scored a run. 2006: Sat out as a redshirt.

2009 (Junior): Pitched in three games last season all starts … Logged 20 innings on the mound while allowing 10 runs on 17 hits … Totaled 25 strikeouts on the season compared to three walks surrendered … Finished with a 1-2 record and 2.70 ERA … Recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts against St. Joseph’s (Ind.) in a 6-5 win. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw 13 appearances with four starts this season, throwing 37 2/3 innings … Posted a 3.11 ERA with a 6-1 record … Pitched a season-high seven innings vs. Henderson State on Mar. 25 … Allowed three hits with two runs scored, four strikeouts with two walks … Tied his career-high on Apr. 23 vs. Stillman, allowing four hits with seven KO’s … Recorded a season-high nine strikeouts on Mar. 11 in his first career start vs. Columbia Union with five innings pitched. Prior to UWA: Played at Spring Hill College … For the Badgers, compiled a 4-2 record on the hill with a 3.85 ERA … Pitched 56 1/3 innings with 39 strikeouts. Prep: Prepped at Westerville South High School for Jeff Sadler. Personal: Full name Kasey Allan Nafzger … Born February 16, 1981 … Son of Scott and Kathy Nafzger … One brother, Scott … Majoring in business.

N afzger C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L ‘08 3.11 6-1 ‘09 2.70 1-2 Tot. 2.97 7-3

AB 114 34 170 318

R 12 11 29 52

H 29 11 59 99

2B 4 0 16 20

3B 0 1 0 1

HR RBI 0 11 0 8 2 43 2 62

CG 1 0 1

SV 0 0 0

IP 37.2 20.0 57.2

H 29 17 46

R-ER 16-13 10-6 26-19

BB-SO 17-35 3-25 20-60

McCORMACK 6-3, 195, Senior, C

Personal: Full name is Dallas London Rogers...Born 8/3/85...Son of John and Debbie Rogers...Has two brothers, Mikey and Adam...Majoring in education.

R ogers C areer S tats

GS 4 3 7

#18 Sam

Prep: Played for Head Coach Jim Goble at Brookwood (Ala.) High School...Hit .460 with 10 doubles, four triples, five home runs and 31 RBI as a senior for the Panthers...Also stole 21-of-22 bases and was named Team MVP as a junior and senior.

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS ‘07 .254 37-26 ‘08 .324 26-5 ‘09 .347 51-51 Tot .311 114-82

GP 13 3 16

Bartlett, Tenn. Dyersburg State CC 2009 (Junior): Played in 34 games with 28 starts … Picked up 22 hits in 93 trips to the plate while compiling a .237 batting average … Logged two extra base hits on the season, a double and homerun, both coming against West Georgia on Apr. 25 … Grabbed 14 RBI with a career-high four RBI in the contest against the Wolves. 2008: Sat out last season as a redshirt. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Dyersburg State Community

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Returning Players #26 Jody

College, helping the Eagles to the 2006 National Championship.

MORGAN

Prep: Prepped at Bartlett High School, lettering two seasons … Named All-District and All-Shelby Metro in 2004 and 2005.

6-1, 200, Senior, C

Personal: Full name Samuel Aaron McCormack … Born September 20, 1986 … Son of Gary and Frances McCormack … One sister, Katy … Majoring in secondary education/history.

M c C ormack C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘09 .237 34-28 93

R 18

H 22

2B 1

3B 0

HR RBI 1 14

#23 Marc 6-2, 200, Senior, INF Burr Ridge, Ill. Gadsden State CC 2009 (Junior): Played in 16 games with two starts … Collected seven hits in 23 trips to the plate while earning a .304 batting average … Carded two RBI on the season with one extra base hit … Recorded one multi-hit performance against Columbia Union on Mar. 9. 2008: Sat out last season as a redshirt. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Gadsden State Community College … Was an Academic All-American … Hit .342 with 47 RBI and 11 homeruns his sophomore season as GSCC. Prep: Prepped at Lyons Township High School in LaGrange, Ill. … Lettered two seasons for the Lions … Helped LTHS to a state crown in 2004. Personal: Full name Marc Leonard Mahler … Born May 22, 1987 … Son of Leonard and Debbie Mahler … One brother, Frank … Majoring in management.

M ahler C areer S tats R 2

H 7

2B 1

3B 0

Hernando HS 2009 (Junior): Played in 28 games with 20 starts on the season … Logged 11 hits in 64 trips to the plate with .172 batting average and 11 RBI … Recorded three multiple hit performances with three multiple RBI efforts … Garnered eight extra base hits on the season … Recorded four RBI against Arkansas-Monticello on Mar. 6. 2008 (Sophomore): Played 18 games with seven starts for the Red and White … Batted .250 on the season with seven hits, four runs scored and three RBI … Went 3-for-4 on Feb. 10 vs. Georgia Southwestern with two RBI and one run scored … Posted a multi hit outing on Mar. 25 against Henderson State, going 2-for-3.

MAHLER

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘09 .304 16-2 23

Hernando, Miss.

HR RBI 0 2

2007 (Freshman): Saw action in 15 games with three starts last season … Hit. 111 on the year with two hits in 18 plate appearances, while driving in two runs and a run scored … Notched one homerun on the season, coming on February 17 against Southern Arkansas … Went one-for-one at the plate against Muleriders … Earned his second hit of the season in a one-for-three performance at the plate against Henderson State on March 27. 2006: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Played for Head Coach Duane Case at Hernando (Miss.) High School…Hit .312 with 12 doubles, one triple, two home runs and 11 RBI as a senior for the Tigers…Helped lead the team to a 52-50 fouryear record and was named All-County, Team Captain and Offensive MVP. Personal: Full name is James Edward Morgan…Born 5/28/87 in Memphis, Tenn…Son of Mac and Lynn Morgan…Has one sister Lindsey… Majoring in accounting.

M organ C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘07 .111 15-3 18 ‘08 .250 18-7 28 ‘09 .172 28-20 64 Tot. .182 61-30 110

R 1 4 12 17

H 2 7 11 20

2B 0 0 5 5

3B 0 0 1 1

HR RBI 1 2 0 3 2 11 3 16

#38 JB

BLACK 6-4, 180, Senior, RHP Gallion, Ala. Huntingdon

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2009 (Junior): Played in 19 games including one start … Finished with a 1-1 record and one save with a 7.20 ERA … Allowed 27 runs on 34 hits with 29 strikeouts and 12 walks …


Returning Players Logged 30 innings pitched including a career-long effort of 4.1 innings at Stillman on Feb. 25 … Recorded a career-high four strikeouts against Ouachita Baptist on Feb. 21 and tied the mark in his first start of the season at Montevallo on Mar. 22. Prior to UWA: Played at Marion Military Institute and Huntingdon College … Earned the Judge Irby Pope Award for Sportsmanship at MMI.

one sister, Lauren...Majoring in industrial technology.

D eese C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘08 .278 36-23 79 ‘09 .314 51-49 191 Tot. .304 87-72 270

R 12 40 52

Prep: Prepped at Demopolis High School under James Moody … Helped guide the Tigers to the 2005 state title with a 31-11 record … Was a four-year letterwinner at DHS in baseball and lettered one season in golf.

DEESE 6-4, 205, Junior, OF/1B Fosters, Ala. Tuscaloosa County HS 2009 (Sophomore): Named All-Gulf South Conference Second Team and to the NCAA Division II South Region All-Tournament Team … Started 49 games with 51 games played … Set the UWA single-season record for homeruns with 17 … Finished third on the team in RBI (54) and slugging percentage (.634) and fourth in hits with 60 … Recorded 18 multiple hit games along with 17 multiple RBI contests … Tied a career-high with three, three hit games, the last coming on May 15 vs. Barry in the NCAA South Regional … Tallied a career-high four RBI in the season opener against Columbus State on Feb. 1. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 36 games with 23 starts last season … Posted a .278 batting average with 22 hits, including seven for extra bases … Tallied three, two-RBI outings on the season (Feb. 3 vs. Columbus State; Mar. 2 vs. Delta State; Apr. 23 vs. Stillman) … Tallied a career, two hit night vs. Columbus State on Feb. 3 and tied the feat four times (Feb. 17 at Southern Arkansas; Apr. 5 vs. West Florida; Apr. 23 vs. Stillman; and Apr. 30 at Stillman). 2007: Sat out season as a redshirt. Prep: Played for Head Coach Chad Shannon at Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High School...Hit .386, with 73 RBIs and 17 home runs during senior season for the Wildcats...Helped guide Tuscaloosa County to a 45-7 record and Region title during senior year...Tabbed 6A Player of the Year.

3B 1 1 2

HR RBI 3 14 17 54 20 68

SIMONE 5-10, 185, Junior, OF Amherstburg, Ontario St. Thomas

B lack C areer S tats

#12 Kevin

2B 3 8 11

#13 Brian

Personal: Born on March 31, 1988 … Son of Michael Black and Sheree’ Steen … Siblings include Kylie Landes, Nicole Coombs, Freddie Steen Jr. and Samantha Steen … Majoring in industrial technology.

Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L GP GS CG SV IP H R-ER BB-SO ‘09 7.20 1-1 19 1 0 1 30.0 34 27-24 12-29

H 22 60 82

2009 (Sophomore): Named All-Gulf South Conference Second Team … Played in 42 games while drawing 36 starts on the season … Tallied 42 hits in 122 trips to the plate for a .344 batting average … Logged 33 RBI during the season and 20 extra base hits … Finished tied for third on the team in homeruns with nine … Recorded 10 multiple hit performances along with 12 multiple RBI efforts … Set a career-high with three hits on Mar. 15 vs. UAH and tied the mark twice during the season, the last coming on May 14 against Florida Southern in the NCAA Division II South Regional … Pasted a career-high three RBI on Mar. 11 at William Carey and equaled the effort twice with the last coming against FSC in the regional. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 21 games with a .360 batting average … Totaled nine hits with four runs scored and six RBI … Tallied three doubles on the season … Posted his only multiple RBI game against UAM on Mar. 4 with three runs batted in on a 2-for-2 outing. 2007: Sat out season as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at St. Thomas of Villanova … Claimed two conference titles and one league championship in Detroit Catholic A-B League … Posted a .410 batting average with six doubles, three triples and two homeruns, claiming 20 RBI … Helped lead U-17 Ontario Provincial Team to gold medal in Canada Cup … All-Catholic junior and senior seasons. Personal: Full name Brian John Simone … Born April 2, 1988 … Son of Tony and Ellis Simone … One brother, David; one sister, Stephanie … Majoring in exercise science.

S imone C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘08 .360 21-0 25 ‘09 .344 42-36 122 Tot. .347 63-36 147

Personal: Full name is William Kevin Deese...Born 9/23/89 in Tuscaloosa, Ala...Son of Nick and Heidi Deese...Has one brother, Eric and

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R 4 31 35

H 9 42 51

2B 3 11 14

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI 0 6 9 33 9 39


Returning Players #29 Clint

innings of work on the mound … Struck out a season-high seven batters at Arkansas-Monticello in six innings of action, tying a career-long outing.

BROWN 5-9, 205, Junior, C Elberton, Ga. Elbert County Comp. HS 2009 (Sophomore): Played in 24 games including 13 starts … Tallied 13 hits in 49 trips to the plate with a .265 batting average … Totaled 10 RBI with three extra bases hits … Logged three multiple hit efforts with one multi RBI contest … Recorded a two-hit outing at Montevallo on Mar. 21 and tied the performance twice during the season, the last coming on Apr. 10 against Talladega College … Garnered two RBI on Apr. 4 at West Florida. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 11 games last season for the Tigers … Posted a .455 batting average with five hits … Totaled five RBI on the season with five runs scored … Recorded a career night on Apr. 30 at Stillman with two RBI and two runs scored, also posted a double in the contest. 2007: Sat out season as a redshirt.

2008 (Freshman): Made 17 appearances with nine starts … Earned a 2.05 ERA with an 8-0 record … Posted 50 strikeouts with 22 walks and 42 hits allowed with 12 earned runs … Tallied a career-high eight strikeouts on Feb. 27 vs. Stillman in his second start, later evened that high vs. Henderson State on Mar. 25 … Logged a career-high six innings pitched on Mar. 12 vs. Columbia Union … Selected All-Gulf South Conference Second Team. Prep: Prepped at Brandon High School, where he lettered four seasons, serving as captain one season … Helped the Bulldogs the a district title his senior season with a 25-6 record … Posted a 1.44 ERA with a 5-1 record with two saves … Recorded 32 strikeouts. Personal: Full name Joshua Keith Varner … Born June 8, 1988 … Son of Keith and Pam Varner … One brother, Dylan … Major is undecided.

Varner C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L ‘08 2.05 8-0 ‘09 6.84 8-3 Tot. 4.35 16-3

2B 1

3B 0

SV 0 0 0

IP H 52.2 42 48.2 51 101.1 93

R-ER 19-12 39-37 58-49

BB-SO 22-50 40-40 62-90

5-9, 165, Junior, Utl. Munford, Tenn. Sacramento State 2009 (Junior): Played in three games with one start coming against Tampa on Feb. 15 … Went 0-for-3 at the plate on the season. Prior to UWA: Played in four games with one official at-bat and tallied three runs at SSU in 2008, after being redshirted in 2007.

B rown C areer S tats H 5

CG 0 0 0

JENNINGS

Personal: Full name is Clinton Paul Brown...Born 10/7/87 in Athens, Ga...Son of Dwain and Stephanie Brown....Has one sister, Whitney... Father played baseball at Piedmont College...Majoring in mathematics teacher certification.

R 5

GS 9 5 14

#42 Jay

Prep: Played for Head Coach Lance Ingram at Elbert County Comprehensive (Ga.) High School...Hit .457 in 81 at-bats, with 37 hits, 35 RBIs, 26 runs, 11 walks, 10 doubles, three home runs, three strikeouts and a triple during senior season for the Blue Devils...Was 4-of-4 on stolen base attempts...For high school career, hit .432 with 186 hits, 98 RBIs, 81 runs scored, 36 walks, 21 doubles, 18 strikeouts, 10 home runs, eight sacrifice flies, four sacrifice hits and three triples...Tabbed to All-Northeast Ga. Athens Banner Herald junior year and All-Northeast Ga. Anderson Independent (S.C.) senior year...Also lettered in football.

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘08 .455 11-0 11

GP 17 17 34

HR RBI 0 5

#39 Josh

VARNER 6-4, 205, Junior, RHP Brandon, Miss. Brandon HS 2009 (Sophomore): Played in 17 games including five starts on the season … Finished with an 8-3 record and 6.84 ERA … Allowed 37 runs on 51 hits with 40 strikeouts and 40 walks in 48.2

Prep: A 2006 graduate of Brighton HS in Tennessee...was a three-sport athlete for the Cardinals playing basketball, baseball and football... played shortstop for four seasons under head coach Brian Oswalt... helped lead Brighton to the District Tournament championship with a 33-19 record, batting .410 with a .544 on-base percentage, .619 slugging percentage, 38 hits, 26 RBIs, 22 stolen bases, 26 walks and three home runs...for his efforts, he was named all-district and earned the Silver Bat Award during both his junior and senior seasons...as a junior, he was named to the all-District Tournament team and won the Coaches Award as well as being named Offensive MVP...in football, he was named receiver of the year as a junior and to the all-region team as both a junior and senior...was also a Best of the West nominee...lists one of his greatest performances against crosstown rival Munford HS on senior night, scoring three touchdowns and one extra point. Personal: Born June 24, 1988...parents are James and Pauline Jennings...major is kinesiology with a minor in sports medicine...would like to play professional baseball...cousin Jim Strombach played for the Hornets from 2003-06.

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Returning Players #2 Stephen

J ennings C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB SS .000 4-0 1 ‘09 .000 3-1 3 Tot. .000 7-1 4

R 3 0 3

H 0 0 0

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

DENNIS

HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0

5-11, 185, Sophomore, OF Livingston, Ala.

#49 Brian

Sumter Aca.

BURGESS

2009 (Freshman): Played in two contests earning a .333 batting average… Recorded his first career hit on Mar. 9 against Columba Union while logging

6-1, 190, Junior, RHP Huntsville, Ala.

two RBI in the effort.

Buckhorn HS

2008: Sat out last season as a redshirt.

2009 (Sophomore): Named All-Gulf South Conference Second Team … Became school’s single-season saves leader on Apr. 26 against West Georgia with an inning of work … Played in 26 games all in relief … Pitched 35.1 total innings … Allowed 13 runs on 31 hits with 38 strikeouts and eight walks … Surrendered six extra base hits on the season … Finished the season with a 1-1 record and 11 saves with a 3.31 ERA … Tied a season-high three strikeouts five times during the year. 2008 (Freshman): Made 24 appearances in relief with 40 innings pitched … Tallied a 2.92 ERA with a 2-1 record with five saves … Allowed 42 hits on the season with 27 KO’s and 10 walks … Posted a career-high four strikeouts at William Carey on Feb. 13, while pitching 2 1/3 innings … Garnered his first win on Mar. 4 vs. Arkansas-Monticello in a 9-8 affair, pitched four innings, allowing three hits and no runs … Was named All-Gulf South Conference Second Team.

Prep: Prepped at Sumter Academy for four seasons … Compiled a .390 batting average with 90 RBI … On the mound, he tallied a 19-9 record with 183 strikeouts … Helped the Eagles to four region titles and two Final Four appearances … Was named AISA All-Star and All-District … Received the Hustle and Team Player Award his senior season … Was an AISA All-State Honorable Mention honoree and Named to the Tuscaloosa News West Alabama All-Star Team as a junior … Also lettered in football (4), basketball (3) and track (1). Personal: Full name Stephen Michael Donald Dennis … Born January 14, 1989 … Son of Stewart and Teresa Dennis … Majoring in physical education.

D ennis C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. AVG. GP-GS AB ‘09 .333 2-0 3

2007: Sat out season as a redshirt. Prep: Played for Head Coach Roger Wright at Buckhorn (Ala.) High School...Hit .383 during senior season with 23 hits, 23 RBIs, 19 runs scored, 16 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 15 sacrifice flies...On the mound, worked 74 innings with 1.89 ERA...In 12 appearances, had 92 strikeouts and 14 walks, including nine complete games and four shutouts...For his career for the Bucks, he finished with a .365 batting average with 52 RBIs, 45 hits, 35 runs scored, 30 doubles, five triples and five home runs...Pitched in 190 innings, with 257 strikeouts, 23 walks and a 2.00 ERA in 32 appearances...Selected Second-Team All-County (sophomore and junior seasons), First-Team All-County and All-Metro (junior)...Earned MVP Pitcher (2005-06), MVP (200506) and hitting award (2006). Personal: Full name is Brian Christopher Burgess...Born 10/22/87 in Huntsville, Ala...Son of Jerry and Kay Burgess...Has one brother, Blake and two sisters, Becky and Molly...Majoring in physical education.

B urgess C areer S tats

Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L ‘08 2.92 2-1 ‘09 3.31 1-1 Tot. 3.11 3-2

GP 24 26 50

GS 0 0 0

CG 0 0 0

SV 5 11 16

IP 40.0 35.1 75.1

H 42 31 73

R-ER 17-13 13-13 30-26

BB-SO 10-27 8-38 18-65

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R 1

H 1

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 2


Returning Players/Newcomers #30 Colter

#22 Jeremy

MILLICAN

WHITE

6-1, 195, Sophomore, LHP

6-0, 200, Freshman, RHP

Brighton, Tenn.

Brighton, Tenn.

Brighton HS

Brighton HS

2009 (Freshman): Pitched in 17 games with nine starts on the season … Totaled 53.1 innings on the mound while allowing 33 runs on 55 hits with a 4.72 ERA … Finished the season 2-1 with a save … Pitched a career-long seven innings against Talladega College on Apr. 11 while scattering three runs with six strikeouts in the win … The six strikeouts marked a career-high as he tied the feat on Apr. 22 at Stillman … Recorded 35 strikeouts on the season in comparison to 32 walks … Finished fifth on the team in strikeouts.

2009: Sat out last season as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Brighton High School … Helped BHS to back-toback district championships … AllDistrict Tournament in 2006, 2007, 2008. Personal: Jeremy Wayne White … Born on February 21, 1990 in Memphis, Tenn. … Son of Carol and Darryl White … Has one brother, Justin.

#43 Joseph

Prep: Prepped at Brighton High School … Three-time All-District … Helped BHS to back-to-back district championships … Lettered in golf, helping the Cardinals to back-to-back region crowns.

REED 6-0, 180, Freshman, INF

Personal: Colter Delane Millican … Born on February 14, 1990 in Millington, Tenn. … Son of Teresa and James Millican … Has one brother, Warren.

Livingston, Ala. Sumter Aca.

M illican C areer S tats

2009: Sat out last season as a redshirt.

Overall Statistics Yr. ERA W-L GP GS CG SV IP H R-ER BB-SO ‘09 4.72 2-1 17 9 0 1 53.1 55 33-28 32-35

Prep: Prepped at Sumter Academy in Livingston, Ala. Personal: Joseph Milner Reed … Born on September 25, 1989 in Meridian, Miss. … Son of Charlotte and Joe Reed … Has a brother and sister, Cassie and Paul.

#1 Lige

MITCHELL

Personal: Full name Coltan Lige Mitchell … Born on June 2, 1989 … Son of Debbie and Dennis Mitchell … One sister Katelyn (18) … Majoring in Physical Education.

5-11, 175, Junior, OF

#6 Cory

Pontotoc, Miss.

LOPEZ

Itawamba CC Junior College: Played two seasons at Itawamba Community College under Rick Collier … Hit .330 his final season with the Indians with 36 hits, including seven doubles and a triple … Helped the Indians to the State title his final season with a 43-13 record. Prep: Prepped at Pontotoc High School under Phil Webb … Lettered four seasons with the Warriors … Played in the Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association for Better Baseball (NEMCABB) All-Star Game … Named First Team All-State his senior season after earning Second Team All-State laurels his junior year … Named Division 1-4A Defensive Player of the Year … Participant in the Cross Roads All-Star Game.

6-0, 185, Sophomore, RHP Walker, La. LSU-Eunice Junior College: Played at Louisiana State University at Eunice … Compiled a 2.47 ERA in 2008 at LSUE with a 9-1 record … Pitched 65.2 innings, during the ’08 season, while allowing 26 runs on 56 hits with 57 strikeouts and 32 walks … Held opponent batters to a .230 batting average … Helped LSUE to the 2008 NJCAA National Championship. Prep: Prepped at Kinder High School for Kenny Courville … Lettered four seasons at KHS with two seasons served as captain … Named

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Newcomers #20 BJ

All-District pitcher from 2005-2007 and two-time All-State hurler … Received Pitcher of the Game laurels in the 2007 Louisiana All-Star Game … Helped Yellow Jackets to three consecutive District titles.

JOHNSON 5-10, 190, Junior, RHP

Personal: Full name Cory Joseph Lopez … Born on November 26, 1988 … Son of Bonnie and Ronnie Lopez … One brother Ronnie (25) … Majoring in Physical Education.

Fulton, Miss.

#9 Taylor

BRATTON 6-1, 170, Freshman, LHP Oakville, Ontario. T. A. Blakelock HS Prep: Prepped at T. A. Blakelock High School …Lettered four seasons with three years as captain … Tossed a one hitter in Ottawa in 2007 … Pitched in a two-hit shutout with eight strikeouts in an 8-0, five inning win. Personal: Full name Taylor Cole Bratton … Born on April 13, 1991 … Son of Laura and Steve Bratton … One brother Cavin (22) … Majoring in Sports Management.

Itawamba CC Junior College: Played two seasons at Itawamba Community College for Rick Collier … Compiled an 8-2 record with one save in his sophomore season with the Indians with a 4.02 ERA … Tossed 56 innings his final season in Fulton, Miss., allowing 30 runs on 52 hits with 40 strikeouts and 23 walks … Helped ICC to the 2009 State Championship with a 43-13 record. Prep: Prepped at Itawamba Agriculture High School for Brian Long … Lettered four seasons with the Indians … Chosen to play in the Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association for Better Baseball (NEMCABB) and Cross Roads All-Star Game in 2007. Personal: Full name Byron James Johnson … Born on October 13, 1988 … Son of Angie and Dewayne Johnson … One sister Lacey (22) … Majoring in Physical Education.

#10 Colin

#21 Deon

McKeen

WILLIAMS

5-11, 200, Junior, 3B

5-11, 200, Junior, Utl.

Orangeville, Ontario

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Parkland College

East Central CC

Junior College: Played one season at Parkland College where he hit .383 on the season … Garnered 59 hits, including 11 doubles and picked up 52 RBI … Helped the PC to the 2009 NJCAA Division II National Championship … Named Academic All-American and Mid-West Athletic Conference First Team … Transferred to Parkland after helping guide Grayson Community College to the 2008 NJCAA Division I National Championship. Prep: Prepped Orangeville District Secondary School. Personal: Full name Colin Timothy McKeen … Born on September 23, 1988 … Son of Mary and Doug McKeen … Two sisters Meghan (28) and Alison (25) … Majoring in Exercise Science.

UWA: Played two seasons with the Tiger football team … Has totaled 4,104 total yards with 42 touchdowns in just 15 games played. Junior College: A two sport athlete at East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss. for former UWA assistant coach Neil Holliman … Batted .337 for the Warriors with 29 hits, including nine doubles, two triples and picking up 22 RBI … Also played football after transferring from Valdosta State University. Prep: Prepped at Tuscaloosa County High School where he was a multiple sport athlete … Was three-time, All-State performer for the Wildcats. Personal: Donald Earl Williams, Jr. … Born Dec. 13, 1987 … Son of Don and Brenda Williams … One brother Derek (13) and two sisters Tiffany (25) and Jada (6) … Majoring in Sports Management.

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Newcomers #24 Clint

#31 Brandon

ALFORD

ANDERSON

5-11, 175, Junior, 2B

6-0, 200, Junior, RHP

Tupelo, Miss.

New Iberia, La.

Itawamba CC

LSU-Eunice

Junior College: Played two seasons at Itawamba Community College under Rick Collier … Registered a .380 career batting average … Hit .331 his final season with the Indians … Compiled 59 hits wit nine doubles, a triple and three homeruns during his sophomore campaign … Batted .430 his freshman season at ICC with 14 doubles and two homeruns … Helped the Indians to the State title his final season with a 43-13 record. Prep: Prepped at Tupelo High School where he was a three year letterwinner … Named Best Defensive Player at the Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association for Better Baseball (NEMCABB) All-Star Game … Played in the Cross Roads All-Star Game and State Games. Personal: Full name Clinton David Alford … Born on May 12, 1989 … Son of Pam and David Alford … One brother Drew (17) … Majoring in Accounting.

Junior College: Played two seasons at Louisiana State University at Eunice … Compiled a 3.08 ERA with a 4-5 record and two saves … Totaled 61.1 innings on the mound while allowing 31 runs on 62 hits with 32 strikeouts and 24 walks … Went 3-3 his final season at LSUE with 39.2 innings on the bump and 4.08 ERA … Struck out a career-high 19 batters in his final year with the Tigers … Helped LSUE to the 2008 NJCAA National Championship. Prep: Prepped at New Iberia Senior High School for Kyle Seilbald … Lettered four seasons with two years served as captain. Personal: Full name Brandon Scott Anderson … Born on March 10, 1989 … Son of Rebecca and Braxton Provost … One sister Kathleen Watson (16) … Majoring in Accounting.

#41 Jason

#27 Jesse

HOWELL

BOYD

6-1, 195, Senior, LHP

6-3, 200, Junior, LHP

Mooreville, Miss.

Hueytown, Ala.

Troy

Southern Union State CC Junior College: Played two seasons at Southern Union Community College … Earned an 11-3 record while tossing 85 innings with a 3.81 ERA … Allowed 72 hits, six runs and 11 extra base hits … Fanned 75 batters in his career at SUSCC compared to 53 walks … Went 6-3 his sophomore season with a 4.75 ERA … Struck out 49 batters and allowed six runs on 54 hits. Prep: Prepped at Bessemer Academy under Mark Freeman … Lettered four seasons and helped the Rebels to the 2005 and 2007 Area Championships … Named All-State his final two seasons. Personal: Full name Jesse Dewayne Boyd … Born on November 18, 1988 … Son of Donald Boyd … One brother Shane (34) … Majoring in Management.

Troy: Made eight appearances for the Trojans with 12 innings pitched … Allowed eight runs on 10 hits with nine strikeouts and four walks … Compiled a 0-1 record with a 6.00 ERA. Junior College: Played two seasons at Itawamba CC under Rick Collier ... Had a 3.68 ERA, a 7-3 record ... Was named second team All-District his freshman year ... As a sophomore, had a record of 9-4 and a 3.51 ERA ... Was named second team All-District. Prep: Played for Rex Berryman at Mooreville High School for four seasons ... Had a record of 15-2 and was named second team All-State and first team All-District and All-Area as a junior ... Senior year was named second team All-State and first team All-District and All-Area with a 10-3 record ... Was part of the state championship his junior year. Personal: Full name is Jason Gerald Howell ... Was born February 4, 1988 ... Son of Tim and Tricia Howell ... Has one sister, Shelby (17).

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Newcomers/2010 Roster #45 Trey

#47 Coleman

OATES

McCLENDON

6-1, 210, Freshman, 1B

5-4, 140, Freshman, OF

Dempolis, Ala.

Greensboro, Ala.

Demopolis HS

Demopolis HS

Prep: Prepped at Demopolis High School … Helped guide the Tigers to two Area crowns … Named to the 2009 Demopolis Times Baseball All-Star Team … Lettered four seasons at DHS. Personal: Full name Marvin Franklin Oates III … Born on July 26, 1991 … Son of Kathy and Frank Oates … One brother, Tyler (14) … Majoring in Math Education.

NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 1 Lige Mitchell 2 Stephen Dennis 3 Dom Sapp 4 Bryan Mason 6 Cory Lopez 8 Douglas Frazier 9 Taylor Bratton 10 Colin McKeen 12 Kevin Deese 13 Brian Simone 15 Dallas Rogers 16 Kasey Nafzger 17 Moses Munoz 18 Sam McCormack 20 BJ Johnson 21 Deon Williams 22 Jeremy White 23 Marc Mahler 24 Clint Alford 26 Jody Morgan 27 Jessie Boyd 29 Clint Brown 30 Colter Millican 31 Brandon Anderson 38 JB Black 39 Josh Varner 41 Jason Howell 42 Jay Jennings 43 Joseph Reed 45 Trey Oates 47 Coleman McClendon 49 Brian Burgess

Pos. Class. B-T OF Jr. L-L OF So. R-R LHP Sr. L-L SS Sr. L-R RHP So. R-R Utl. Sr. R-R LHP FR L-L 3B Jr. R-R OF/1B Jr. L-R OF Jr. L-R OF Sr. R-L RHP Sr. R-R LHP Sr L-L C/1B Sr. R-R RHP Jr R-R Utl. Jr. R-R RHP Fr. R-R 1B/3B Sr. L-R 2B Jr R-R C Sr. R-R LHP Jr L-L C Jr. R-R LHP So. L-L RHP JR R-R RHP Sr. R-R RHP Jr. R-R LHP Sr. L-L Utl. Jr. R-R SS Fr. R-R 1B FR. R-R OF FR. R-R RHP Jr. R-R

Ht. 5’11 5’11 6’1 6’1 6”0 5’9 6’1 5’11 6’4 5’11 6’0 6’1 6’1 6’3 5’10 5’11 5’10 6’1 5’11 6’3 6’3 5’10 6’1 6’0 6’4 6’4 6’1 5’9 6’ 6’1 5’4 6’0

Wt. 175 175 185 175 185 175 170 200 215 190 170 195 185 195 190 200 190 200 175 200 200 200 195 200 185 220 195 170 190 210 140 190

2008.

Prep: Prepped at Southern Academy for Shaun Bonds and Steve King … Lettered four seasons for the Cougars … Helped SA to a 27-9 record in

Personal: Full name Coleman Stewart McClendon … Born on November 1, 1990 … Son of Beth and Timmy McClendon … Two sisters Audrey Crawford, who is an Admissions Counselor and Cheerleading coach at UWA, and Libba, who is a cheerleader at UWA, … Majoring in Athletic Training.

Hometown Pontotoc, Miss. Livingston, Ala. Geneva, N.Y. Madison Height, Mich. Walker, La. Northport, Ala. Oakville, Ontario Orangeville, Ontario Fosters, Ala. Amherstburg, Ontario McCalla, Ala Westerville, Ohio San Antonio, Texas Bartlett, Tenn. Fulton, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Brighton, Tenn. Burr Ridge, Ill, Tupelo, Miss. Hernando, Miss. Hueytown, Ala. Elberton, Ga. Brighton, Tenn. New Iberia, La. Gallion, Ala. Brandon, Miss. Mooreville, Miss. Munford, Tenn. Livingston, Ala. Demopolis, Ala. Greensboro, Ala. Huntsville, Ala.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 24 Alford, Clint 31 Anderson, Brandon 38 Black, JB 27 Boyd, Jessie 9 Bratton, Taylor 29 Brown, Clint 49 Burgess, Brian 12 Deese, Kevin 2 Dennis, Stephen 8 Frazier, Douglas 41 Howell, Jason 42 Jennings, Jay 20 Johnson BJ 1 Mitchell, Lige 6 Lopez, Cory 23 Mahler, Marc 4 Mason, Bryan 47 McClendon, Coleman 18 McCormack, Sam 10 McKeen, Colin 30 Millican, Colter 26 Morgan, Jody 17 Munoz, Moses 16 Nafzger, Kasey 45 Oates, Trey 43 Reed, Joseph 15 Rogers, Dallas 3 Sapp, Dom 13 Simone, Brian 39 Varner, Josh 22 White, Jeremy 21 Williams, Deon


2010 Opponents

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GSC East Division UAH

North Alabama

Valdosta State

Mar. 13-14 • Huntsville, Ala.

Apr. 17-18 • Livingston, Ala.

Mar. 27-28 • Valdosta, Ga.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:...............................Huntsville, Ala. Enrollment:........................................... 7,100 Nickname:........................................Chargers Colors:.........................Royal Blue and White Facility:............................ Joe Davis Stadium

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:..................................Florence, Ala. Enrollment:........................................... 7,300 Nickname:............................................. Lions Colors:..................................Purple and Gold Facility:...........................Mike D. Lane Field

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:...................................Valdosta, Ga. Enrollment:......................................... 11,800 Nickname:.......................................... Blazers Colors:.....................................Red and Black Facility:...............................Billy Grant Field

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:...................Lowell Mooneyham Assistant Coach:....................... Hunter Royer 2009 Record:.........................................29-13 2009 GSC Record:..................................11-6

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................... Mike Keehn Assistant Coach:...................... Matt Hancock 2009 Record:.........................................32-20 2009 GSC Record:....................................6-8

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.......................... Greg Guilliams Assistant Coach:.................... Todd Guilliams 2009 Record:.........................................43-21 2009 GSC Record:..................................11-7

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:...........................Jamie Gilliam Phone:................................... (256) 824-2201 E-Mail:..................... Jamie.gilliam@uah.edu Website:......................www.uahchargers.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:.............................. Jeff Hodges Office Phone:........................ (256) 765-4659 E-Mail:.............. sportsinformation@una.edu Website:...........................www.roarlions.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:............................. Shawn Reed Phone:................................... (229) 333-5903 E-Mail:........................msreed@valdosta.edu Website:.................... www.vstateblazers.com

West Florida

West Georgia

GSC Tournament

Apr. 2-3 • Livingston, Ala.

Mar. 3 • Livingston, Ala. Apr. 24-25 • Carrollton, Ga.

May. 1-5 • Millington, Tenn.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:................................ Pensacola, Fla. Enrollment:......................................... 10,531 Nickname:......................................Argonauts Colors:...............Royal Blue and Kelly Green Facility:....... Jim Spooner Field-Pelican Park

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:................................ Carrollton, Ga. Enrollment:......................................... 11,250 Nickname:.......................................... Wolves Colors:...................................... Blue and Red Facility:.......................................... Cole Park

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................. Mike Jeffcoat Assistant Coach:....................... Shane Gierke 2009 Record:.........................................33-23 2009 GSC Record:..................................8-10

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.....................................Skip Fite Assistant Coach:.........................Chris Moore 2009 Record:.........................................13-33 2009 GSC Record:..................................4-11

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:............................. David Pedro E-Mail:............................... dpedro@uwf.edu Website:............................ www.goargos.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:...............................Mitch Gray Phone:................................... (678) 839-6542 E-Mail:........................... mgray@westga.edu Website:........................ www.uwgsports.com

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TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Location:..................................... Millington, Tenn. Field:.................................................USA Stadium Founded:......................................................... 1906 Address:......................... 4351 Babe Howard Blvd. Website:......................www.usabaseballstadium.org USA Stadium Contact:...........................John Daigle Phone................................................(901) 872-8326 E-mail.......................................jdaigle@bigriver.net HOTELS Admiralty Suites............................ (901) 873-1000 Plantation Oaks.............................. (901) 872-8000 Quality Inn..................................... (901) 873-2222 Days Inn......................................... (901) 872-3335 Super 8........................................... (901) 873-1111 Wingate Inn.................................... (901) 386-1110


2010 Opponents Auburn Montgomery

Columbus State

Montevallo

Feb. 2 • Montgomery, Ala. Mar. 23 • Livingston, Ala.

Feb. 5-7 • Livingston, Ala.

Feb. 10 • Montevallo, Ala. Mar. 31 • Livingston, Ala.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:...........................Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment:........................................... 5,555 Nickname:........................................ Senators Colors:....................Orange, Black and White Facility:.................. AUM Baseball Complex

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:................................ Columbus, Ga. Enrollment:........................................... 8,178 Nickname:.........................................Cougars Colors:...........................Red, Blue and White Facility................................... Ragsdale Field

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:............................. Montevallo, Ala. Enrollment:........................................... 3,100 Nickname:..........................................Falcons Colors:..................................Purple and Gold Facility....................Kermit A. Johnson Field

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:..................................Q.V. Lowe Assistant Coach:......................Marty Lovrich 2009 Record:.........................................37-23 2009 SSAC. Record:...............................18-9

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:........................... Greg Appleton Assistant Coaches:.Patrick Collins, Sammy Styers 2009 Record:.........................................27-23 2009 PBC Record:................................12-14

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................. John Jarnagin Assistant Coach:.............................Jeff Smith 2009 Record:..................................... 22-31-1 2009 GSC Record:..................................4-14

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:...........................Darrell Orand Phone:................................... (334) 244-3832 E-Mail:...............................dorand@aum.edu Website:.....................www.aumathletics.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:.......................... Mike Peacock Phone:................................... (706) 569-3434 E-Mail:............. peacock_mike@colstate.edu Website:....................... www.csucougars.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:..........................Sean Forrester Phone:................................... (205) 665-6606 E-Mail:..............sforrester1@montevallo.edu Website:........... www.montevallofalcons.com

Georgia Southwestern

William Carey

LYNN

Feb. 12-14 • Livingston, Ala.

Feb. 17 • Livingston, Ala. Apr. 14 • Hattiesburg, Miss.

Feb. 19-21 • Boca Raton, Fla.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:.................................Americus, Ga. Enrollment:........................................... 2,457 Nickname:.....................................Hurricanes Colors:....................................Navy and Gold Facility..................................Hurricane Field

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:...........................Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment:........................................... 2,010 Nickname:...................................... Crusaders Colors:.....................................Red and Black Facility.........................Milton Wheeler Field

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:............................. Boca Raton, Fla. Enrollment:........................................... 2,410 Nickname:...........................Fighting Knights Colors:................................... Blue and White Facility..............................LU Baseball Field

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................Bryan McLain Assistant Coaches:.... Robert Morgan, Nick Tracy 2009 Record:.........................................19-33 2009 PBC Record:..................................8-19

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:........................... Bobby Halford Assistant Coaches:....Ben Smith, Nick Hillman 2009 Record:.........................................36-22 2009 GCAC Record:...............................28-7

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:......................... Rudy Garbalosa Assistant Coaches:.Donovan O’Dowd, Beau McMillan 2009 Record:.........................................46-16 2009 SSC:.............................................14-10

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:...........................Keith Michlig Phone:................................... (229) 931-2217 E-Mail:.................. kmichlig@canes.gsw.edu Website:......................... www.gswcanes.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:................................. DJ Pulley Phone:................................... (601) 318-6111 E-Mail:..................... djpulley@wmcarey.edu Website:...................www.careyathletics.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:............................ Chad Beattie Phone:................................... (561) 237-7341 E-Mail:............................. cbeattie@lynn.edu Website:.................... www.lynn.edu/athletics

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2010 Opponents DELTA STATE

TALLDEGA

stillman

Feb. 27-28 • Livingston, Ala.

Mar. 6-7 • Livingston, Ala.

Mar. 10 • Tuscaloosa, Ala. Apr. 21 • Livingston, Ala.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:............................. Cleveland, Miss. Enrollment:........................................... 4,392 Nickname:......................................Statesmen Colors:......................Forest Green and White Facility:................. Dave “Boo” Ferriss Field

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:................................ Talladega, Ala. Enrollment:.............................................. 650 Nickname:..................................... Tornadoes Colors:.............. Crimson and Columbia Blue

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:..............................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment:........................................... 2,010 Nickname:............................................ Tigers Colors:................................... Blue and White Facility......................Stillman Baseball Field

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:........................... Mike Kinnison Assistant Coaches:....Rodney Batts, Stephen Waggener 2009 Record:.........................................38-16 2009 GSC Record:..................................18-3

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:................................ Will Ramos Assistant Coach:............ Jeffrey Dela Concha 2009 Record:.........................................15-37

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:........................Donny Crawford 2009 Record:.........................................35-20 2009 SIAC Record:.................................17-0

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:................................Matt Jones Phone:................................... (662) 846-4284 E-Mail:.......................... matt@deltastate.edu Website:..................... www.gostatesmen.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:....................... Demond Walker Phone:................................... (256) 761-6411 E-Mail:.................... dlwalker@talladega.edu Website:...........www.talladegatornadoes.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:............... Frederick F. Franklin Phone:................................... 205- 366- 8980 E-Mail:......................ffranklin@stillman.edu Website:...............www.stillman.edu/athletics

LAMBUTH

OUACHITA BAPTIST

CONCORDIA

Mar. 20-21 • Livingston, Ala.

Apr. 7 • Arkadelphia, Ark.

Apr. 12 • Livingston, Ala.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:.................................Jackson, Tenn. Enrollment:.............................................. 650 Nickname:........................................... Eagles Colors:................................... Blue and White

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:........................... Arkadelphia, Ark. Enrollment:........................................... 1,500 Nickname:............................................ Tigers Colors:..................................Purple and Gold Facility:............................ Rab Rodgers Field

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:............................. John Barlowe Assistant Coach:....................Jason Anderegg 2009 Record:.........................................35-20

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:......................Chris Moddelmog Assistant Coach:............Luke Howard, Justin Cunningham 2009 Record:.........................................37-20 2009 GSC Record:................................11-10

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:........................Dave McCulley Phone:..................................(731) 425-32-31 E-Mail:.....................mcculley@lambuth.edu Website:..................www.lambutheagles.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:......................Alan Greenwood Phone:................................... (870) 245-5186 E-Mail:....................... greenwooda@obu.edu Website:..........................www.obutigers.com

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location:......................................Selma, Ala. Nickname:......................................... Hornets Colors:...................................Green and Gold

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.................... Steven Washington MEDIA INFORMATION Baseball SID:.................. Steven Washington Website:.......................................................... ...... www.faithwebsites.com/concordiaselma


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2009 Results Date Opponent Score R-H-E R-H-E Feb. 1 at Columbus State W, 12-6 12-16-0 6-10-6 Feb. 1 at Columbus State W, 8-2 8-10-0 2-5-0 Feb 6 at Georgia Southwestern L, 1-3 1-4-1 3-7-0 Feb 7 at Georgia Southwestern W, 8-3 8-11-2 3-7-3 Feb 7 at Georgia Southwestern W, 4-2 4-3-1 2-5-2 Feb 8 at Georgia Southwestern W, 7-4 7-12-2 4-10-3 Feb 14 Tampa W, 10-3 10-13-1 3-7-1 Feb 14 Southern Arkansas L, 1-5 1-3-1 5-7-1 Feb 15 Tampa L, 2-7 2-6-0 7-13-2 Feb 15 Southern Arkansas L, 3-16 3-8-1 16-17-1 Feb 20 Ouachita Baptist L, 3-5 3-6-2 5-10-3 Feb 21 Ouachita Baptist L, 3-7 3-10-2 7-6-0 Feb 21 St. Joseph’s W, 6-5 6-7-2 5-5-1 Feb 22 St. Joseph’s W, 13-3 13-16-0 3-5-2 Feb 25 at Stillman L, 9-10 9-15-0 10-10-3 Mar 6 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 18-11 18-17-4 11-17-5 Mar 7 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 4-3 4-14-1 3-7-0 Mar 7 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 8-1 8-7-0 1-4-4 Mar 8 at Arkansas-Monticello L, 3-9 3-8-2 9-9-2 Mar 8 at Arkansas-Monticello W, 9-7 9-7-0 7-9-2 Mar 9 Columbia Union W, 15-9 15-14-3 9-10-6 Mar 11 at William Carey W, 11-6 11-12-1 6-9-3 Mar 15 $ UAH W, 6-4 6-11-1 4-7-1 Mar 15 $ UAH W, 8-4 8-10-1 4-7-3 Mar 18 # vs Delta State W, 8-4 8-14-1 4-8-4 Mar 21 $ at Montevallo W, 7-2 7-11-0 2-10-2 Mar 21 $ at Montevallo W, 14-1 14-14-1 1-5-1 Mar 22 $ at Montevallo W, 15-8 15-16-0 8-12-3 Mar 28 $ Valdosta State W, 5-1 5-7-1 1-2-2 Mar 29 $ Valdosta State W, 6-5 6-9-2 5-10-0 Mar 29 $ Valdosta State W, 12-11 12-10-2 11-9-3 Apr 1 at Auburn Montgomery L, 6-7 6-10-2 7-10-0 Apr 4 $ at West Florida L, 3-5 3-10-1 5-10-0 Apr 4 $ at West Florida W, 9-1 9-13-0 1-5-2 Apr 5 $ at West Florida W, 6-0 6-14-0 0-9-3 Apr 8 William Carey W, 12-9 12-6-3 9-8-2 Apr 10 Talladega W, 13-5 13-17-1 5-9-2 Apr 10 Talldaega W, 11-2 11-16-0 2-6-0 Apr 11 Talladega W, 7-3 7-7-2 3-7-1 Apr 14 Arkansas Monticello W, 11-6 11-13-3 6-7-1 Apr 14 Arkansas Monticello W, 12-9 12-11-0 9-8-2 Apr 18 $ at North Alabama L, 5-11 5-9-2 11-10-0 Apr 18 $ at North Alabama W, 3-2 3-5-5 2-10-1 Apr 22 at Stillman L, 8-10 8-9-1 10-8-2 Apr 22 at Stillman W, 10-1 10-13-3 1-5-1 Apr 25 $ West Georgia W, 11-3 11-14-2 3-6-0 Apr 25 $ West Georgia W, 18-0 18-14-1 0-3-5 Apr 26 $ West Georgia W, 5-3 5-7-0 3-8-4 May 4 * vs Ouachita Baptist W, 10-5 10-9-0 5-10-2 May 5 * vs Southern Arkansas L, 1-15 1-1-3 15-14-1 May 6 * vs Delta State L, 6-8 6-13-1 8-10-1 May 14 ^ vs Florida Southern L, 7-14 7-10-0 14-22-0 May 15 ^ vs Barry W, 14-9 14-18-0 9-13-2 May 16 ^ at Southern Arkansas L, 9-13 9-10-2 13-12-2

In. Overall GSC Pitcher of Record Att. Time 9 1-0-0 0-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 1-0) 384 3:01 7 2-0-0 0-0-0 M. Hill (W 1-0) 212 2:07 9 2-1-0 0-0-0 K. Nafzger (L 0-1) 151 3:05 9 3-1-0 0-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 2-0) 227 2:35 7 4-1-0 0-0-0 J. Varner (W 1-0) 227 1:58 9 5-1-0 0-0-0 M. Hill (W 2-0) 224 3:00 9 6-1-0 0-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 3-0) 250 2:30 9 6-2-0 0-0-0 M. Hill (L 2-1) 305 2:43 9 6-3-0 0-0-0 K. Nafzger (L 0-2) 355 2:48 7 6-4-0 0-0-0 J. Varner (L 1-1) 337 2:45 9 6-5-0 0-0-0 M.Schmitt (L 3-1) 253 3:00 9 6-6-0 0-0-0 M. Hill (L 2-2) 200 2:50 9 7-6-0 0-0-0 K. Nafzger (W 1-2) 310 2:40 7 8-6-0 0-0-0 J. Varner (W 2-1) 335 2:35 9 8-7-0 0-0-0 T. Zugmaier (L 0-1) 125 3:00 9 9-7-0 0-0-0 B. Burgess (W 1-0) 77 3:20 7 10-7-0 0-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 4-1) 95 1:55 7 11-7-0 0-0-0 M. Hill (W 3-2) 125 2:20 7 11-8-0 0-0-0 D. Sapp (L 0-1) 124 2:20 7 12-8-0 0-0-0 J. Varner (W 3-1) 130 2:20 9 13-8-0 0-0-0 T. Zugmaier (W 1-1) 310 3:21 9 14-8-0 0-0-0 J. Varner (W 1-0) 100 3:08 9 15-8-0 1-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 5-1) 322 2:40 7 16-8-0 2-0-0 M. Hill (W 4-2) 335 2:08 9 17-8-0 2-0-0 J. Varner (W 5-1) 335 3:15 9 18-8-0 3-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 6-1) 557 2:57 7 19-8-0 4-0-0 M. Hill (W 5-2) 557 2:30 9 20-8-0 5-0-0 J. Varner (W 6-1) 673 3:16 9 21-8-0 6-0-0 M.Schmitt (W 7-1) 767 2:58 9 22-8-0 7-0-0 D. Sapp (W 1-1) 290 2:30 7 23-8-0 8-0-0 J. Ashley (W 1-0) 290 2:40 (11) 23-9-0 8-0-0 B. Burgess (L 1-1) 154 3:28 9 23-10-0 8-1-0 J. Varner (L 6-2) 387 3:06 7 24-10-0 9-1-0 M. Hill (W 6-2) 387 2:14 9 25-10-0 10-1-0 C. Millican (W 1-0) 463 2:50 9 26-10-0 10-1-0 J. Varner (W 7-2) 233 3:21 9 27-10-0 10-1-0 M.Schmitt (W 8-1) 220 2:50 7 28-10-0 10-1-0 M. Hill (W 7-2) 220 2:07 9 29-10-0 10-1-0 C. Millican (W 2-0) 147 2:27 7 30-10-0 10-1-0 J. Ashley (W 2-0) 87 2:20 7 31-10-0 10-1-0 J. Black (W 2-0) 87 2:20 9 31-11-0 10-2-0 M.Schmitt (L 8-2) 238 2:35 7 32-11-0 11-2-0 M. Hill (W 8-2) 238 2:28 7 32-12-0 11-2-0 J. Black (L 1-1) 150 2:11 7 33-12-0 11-2-0 D. Sapp (W 2-1) 150 2:10 9 34-12-0 12-2-0 M.Schmitt (W 9-2) 483 2:40 7 35-12-0 13-2-0 M. Hill (W 9-2) 483 2:20 9 36-12-0 14-2-0 J. Varner (W 8-2) 251 2:20 9 37-12-0 14-2-0 M.Schmitt (W 10-2) 943 2:54 7 37-13-0 14-2-0 M. Hill (L 9-3) 944 2:35 9 37-14-0 14-2-0 J. Varner (L 8-3) 978 2:55 9 37-15-0 14-2-0 M.Schmitt (L 10-3) 861 3:22 9 38-15-0 14-2-0 M. Hill (W 10-3) 312 3:35 9 38-16-0 14-2-0 C. Millican (L 2-1) 716 3:02

() extra inning game $ - Gulf South Conference East Division Game # - Played at Trustmark Arena (Pearl, Miss.) * - Gulf South Conference Tournament (Millington, Tenn.) ^ - NCAADivision II South Regional (Magnolia, Ark.)

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2009 Overall Statistics Hitting # Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF-SH SB-ATT 9 Rob Dahlberg .438 51-51 185 66 81 12 3 9 60 126 .681 29 13 18 2 .530 5-0 30-34 1 Jeremy Finney .367 54-54 207 61 76 18 4 0 38 102 .493 33 7 11 1 .462 4-1 13-18 10 Nick Wheeler .361 54-54 208 56 75 17 1 12 64 130 .625 28 7 53 3 .449 2-0 16-18 15 Dallas Rogers .347 51-51 170 29 59 16 0 2 43 81 .476 13 1 24 1 .388 4-6 7-8 12 Kevin Deese .314 51-49 191 40 60 8 1 17 54 121 .634 18 9 32 3 .395 2-0 0-0 8 Douglas Frazier .301 54-54 193 43 58 13 2 0 25 75 .389 11 15 24 2 .382 1-5 17-21 4 Bryan Mason .262 54-53 164 40 43 10 1 0 18 55 .335 29 4 36 1 .382 2-12 16-23 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13 Brian Simone .344 42-36 122 31 42 11 0 9 33 80 .656 18 3 29 1 .434 2-0 1-1 32 Stephen Dennis .333 2-0 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 .333 0 0 1 0 .333 0-1 0-0 34 Jeremy Dorrance .323 40-7 31 13 10 1 0 0 5 11 .355 5 1 8 0 .432 0-1 1-4 23 Marc Mahler .304 16-2 23 2 7 1 0 0 2 8 .348 3 0 3 2 .385 0-0 2-2 29 Clint Brown .265 24-13 49 6 13 3 0 0 10 16 .327 5 4 6 0 .379 0-0 0-0 24 Kyle Standridge .242 25-9 33 10 8 2 0 0 1 10 .303 7 1 8 0 .390 0-0 6-8 18 Sam McCormack .237 34-28 93 18 22 1 0 1 14 26 .280 18 3 23 0 .374 1-0 2-3 26 Jody Morgan .172 28-20 64 12 11 5 1 2 11 24 .375 8 2 27 0 .284 0-2 2-2 5 Kyle Moore .143 11-0 7 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 1 0 3 0 .250 0-0 1-1 7 Noah Sanders .111 12-4 18 2 2 0 0 1 2 5 .278 3 0 8 0 .238 0-0 0-0 17 Brent Bonner .100 8-0 10 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 .200 1 0 7 0 .182 0-0 0-0 2 Tyler Moody .000 5-0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 4 1 .143 0-0 0-0 42 Jay Jennings .000 3-1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0-0 0-0 Totals .320 54-54 1780 436 570 119 13 53 382 874 .491 231 70 328 17 .414 23-28 114-143 Opponents .275 54-54 1708 308 469 74 9 41 286 684 .400 225 50 386 30 .373 13-23 65-85 LOB - Team (415), Opp (393). DPs turned - Team (43), Opp (27). IBB - Team (14), K. Deese 6, R. Dahlberg 3, N. Wheeler 2, N. Sanders 1, B. Mason 1, B. Bonner 1, Opp (3). Picked off - R. Dahlberg 3, B. Mason 2, D. Frazier 2, J. Finney 2, J. Dorrance 1, N. Sanders 1, S. McCormack 1, C. Brown 1, D. Rogers 1, K. Deese 1. Pitching # Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg 28 Mike Schmitt 4.08 10 3 14 14 1 0 0 0 90.1 88 42 41 32 63 15 2 8 342 .257 31 Matt Hill 4.43 10 3 14 14 3 0 1 0 83.1 86 43 41 16 78 15 2 7 322 .267 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16 Kasey Nafzger 2.70 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 20.0 17 10 6 3 25 1 0 2 74 .230 49 Brian Burgess 3.31 1 1 26 0 0 0 1 11 35.1 31 13 13 8 38 5 0 1 127 .244 30 Colter Millican 4.72 2 1 17 9 0 0 1 1 53.1 55 33 28 32 35 6 2 5 208 .264 3 Dom Sapp 6.47 2 1 13 5 0 0 0 0 32.0 38 34 23 38 27 2 1 1 131 .290 39 Josh Varner 6.84 8 3 17 5 0 0 0 0 48.2 51 39 37 40 40 13 0 5 184 .277 38 J.B. Black 7.20 1 1 19 1 0 0 1 1 30.0 34 27 24 12 29 3 2 6 117 .291 19 John Ashley 10.61 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 18.2 25 25 22 11 21 5 0 4 82 .305 20 Trevor Zugmaier 10.90 1 1 9 3 0 0 0 0 17.1 22 21 21 17 20 5 0 2 69 .319 27 Carrick Tuck 11.81 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 5.1 8 7 7 9 6 1 0 0 23 .348 6 Andrew Parten 13.50 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 .500 25 Zane Adams 15.75 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 9 7 7 5 3 3 0 0 21 .429 40 Patrick Castleman 99.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 3 6 6 1 0 0 0 0 4 .750 Totals 5.67 38 16 54 54 4 2 2 13 439.1 469 308 277 225 386 74 9 41 1708 .275 Opponents 7.55 16 38 54 54 5 0 0 6 427.0 570 436 358 231 328 119 13 53 1780 .320 PB - Team (6), S. McCormack 3, J. Morgan 2, C. Brown 1, Opp (20). Pickoffs - Team (10), D. Sapp 3, J. Black 2, M.Schmitt 2, B. Burgess 1, J. Ashley 1, C. Millican 1, Opp (15). SBA/ATT - S. McCormack (31-40), J. Morgan (23-30), M. Hill (15-17), C. Millican (15-17), D. Sapp (8-12), M.Schmitt (6-9), C. Brown (8-9), J. Ashley (6-6), J. Varner (3-6), J. Black (2-5), N. Sanders (3-4), T. Zugmaier (2-4), B. Burgess (3-3), K. Nafzger (2-3), C. Tuck (2-2), P. Castleman (1-1).

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2009 Miscellaneous Statistics MULTIPLE HIT GAMES 2 3 9 Rob Dahlberg 20 4 1 Jeremy Finney 14 8 10 Nick Wheeler 13 7 15 Dallas Rogers 17 2 12 Kevin Deese 15 3 8 Douglas Frazier 13 4 13 Brian Simone 7 3 4 Bryan Mason 9 1 26 Jody Morgan 3 - 29 Clint Brown 3 - 34 Jeremy Dorrance 2 1 18 Sam McCormack 1 1 24 Kyle Standridge 1 - 23 Marc Mahler 1 - TEAM 119 34

4 5+ Tot 3 - 27 1 1 24 1 - 21 - - 19 - - 18 - - 17 - - 10 - - 10 - - 3 - - 3 - - 3 - - 2 - - 1 - - 1 5 1 159

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES 2 3 4 10 Nick Wheeler 11 3 2 12 Kevin Deese 12 4 1 9 Rob Dahlberg 9 7 1 13 Brian Simone 9 3 - 15 Dallas Rogers 6 2 3 1 Jeremy Finney 2 4 1 8 Douglas Frazier 5 1 - 4 Bryan Mason 4 1 - 26 Jody Morgan 1 1 1 18 Sam McCormack 2 - 1 7 Noah Sanders 1 - - 29 Clint Brown 1 - - 32 Stephen Dennis 1 - - TEAM 64 26 10

STARTING LINEUP BY LINEUP SPOT Position LEADOFF: 2ND SPOT: 3RD SPOT: CLEANUP: 5TH SPOT: 6TH SPOT: 7TH SPOT: 8TH SPOT: 9TH SPOT:

Player 1 Jeremy Finney 9 Rob Dahlberg 8 Douglas Frazier 4 Bryan Mason 10 Nick Wheeler 12 Kevin Deese 9 Rob Dahlberg 13 Brian Simone 10 Nick Wheeler 12 Kevin Deese 13 Brian Simone 7 Noah Sanders 13 Brian Simone 8 Douglas Frazier 12 Kevin Deese 10 Nick Wheeler 26 Jody Morgan 18 Sam McCormack 29 Clint Brown 24 Kyle Standridge 8 Douglas Frazier 13 Brian Simone 26 Jody Morgan 18 Sam McCormack 29 Clint Brown 15 Dallas Rogers 12 Kevin Deese 23 Marc Mahler 18 Sam McCormack 8 Douglas Frazier 26 Jody Morgan 15 Dallas Rogers 29 Clint Brown 4 Bryan Mason 24 Kyle Standridge 42 Jay Jennings 7 Noah Sanders 13 Brian Simone 23 Marc Mahler 4 Bryan Mason 34 Jeremy Dorrance 15 Dallas Rogers 26 Jody Morgan 29 Clint Brown 24 Kyle Standridge 7 Noah Sanders 18 Sam McCormack 15 Dallas Rogers 4 Bryan Mason 24 Kyle Standridge 34 Jeremy Dorrance

GS 54 38 14 2 22 16 13 3 27 20 5 2 16 16 10 5 2 2 2 1 16 11 9 7 4 3 3 1 18 8 7 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 40 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 40 7 5 2

Record (38-16) (29-9) (7-7) (2-0) (15-7) (13-3) (9-4) (1-2) (20-7) (14-6) (4-1) (0-2) (12-4) (13-3) (5-5) (3-2) (2-0) (2-0) (1-1) (0-1) (12-4) (9-2) (7-2) (3-4) (3-1) (1-2) (2-1) (1-0) (14-4) (6-2) (4-3) (4-2) (5-0) (2-2) (1-1) (0-1) (1-0) (0-1) (1-0) (29-11) (4-1) (2-0) (1-1) (1-1) (0-1) (1-0) (0-1) (31-9) (4-3) (2-3) (1-1)

5+ 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - 2

Tot 18 17 17 12 11 7 6 5 3 3 1 1 1 102

HITTING STREAKS 9 Rob Dahlberg 12 Kevin Deese 10 Nick Wheeler 13 Brian Simone 15 Dallas Rogers 1 Jeremy Finney 8 Douglas Frazier 4 Bryan Mason 24 Kyle Standridge 26 Jody Morgan 18 Sam McCormack 29 Clint Brown 34 Jeremy Dorrance 23 Marc Mahler 32 Stephen Dennis 7 Noah Sanders 5 Kyle Moore 17 Brent Bonner

STARTING LINEUP BY POSITION Position Player PITCHER: 28 Mike Schmitt 31 Matt Hill 30 Colter Millican 39 Josh Varner 3 Dom Sapp 20 Trevor Zugmaier 16 Kasey Nafzger 38 J.B. Black CATCHER: 18 Sam McCormack 26 Jody Morgan 29 Clint Brown 7 Noah Sanders FIRST BASE: 9 Rob Dahlberg 12 Kevin Deese 18 Sam McCormack SECOND BASE: 1 Jeremy Finney THIRD BASE: 10 Nick Wheeler SHORTSTOP: 4 Bryan Mason 8 Douglas Frazier LEFT FIELD: 8 Douglas Frazier 13 Brian Simone CENTER FIELD: 15 Dallas Rogers 24 Kyle Standridge RIGHT FIELD: 12 Kevin Deese 34 Jeremy Dorrance 24 Kyle Standridge 8 Douglas Frazier DH: 13 Brian Simone 29 Clint Brown 12 Kevin Deese 7 Noah Sanders 24 Kyle Standridge 23 Marc Mahler 42 Jay Jennings

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Longest 27 15 15 10 9 8 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 GS 14 14 9 5 5 3 3 1 27 20 6 1 51 2 1 54 54 53 1 52 2 51 3 43 7 3 1 34 7 4 3 3 2 1

Current 27 4 2 4 2 1 1 1 Record (10-4) (11-3) (5-4) (4-1) (3-2) (3-0) (1-2) (1-0) (19-8) (14-6) (5-1) (0-1) (38-13) (0-2) (0-1) (38-16) (38-16) (37-16) (1-0) (36-16) (2-0) (38-13) (0-3) (31-12) (5-2) (1-2) (1-0) (24-10) (5-2) (3-1) (2-1) (2-1) (2-0) (0-1)


GSC Tournament West Alabama vs Ouachita Baptist May 4, 2009 at Millington, Tenn. (USA Stadium)

West Alabama vs Southern Arkansas May 5, 2009 at Millington, Tenn. (USA Stadium)

West Alabama vs. Delta State May 6, 2009 at Millington, Tenn. (USA Stadium)

After two days of rain held up the start of the 2009 Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament, the fifth-ranked University of West Alabama baseball team jumped on the USA Stadium field in a big way posting 10 runs in a 10-5 win over Ouachita Baptist.

The fifth ranked University of West Alabama baseball team dropped a 15-1, rain shortened contest to #1 Southern Arkansas at USA Stadium in the second day of action at the Gulf South Conference Tournament. UWA falls to 37-13 on the season while SAU improves to 46-9.

The long ball derailed the fifth-ranked University of West Alabama’s chances of advancing in the 2009 Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament as UWA (37-14) falls 8-6 to the ninth-ranked Delta State on Wednesday afternoon at USA Stadium.

UWA (37-12) plated the first three runs of the game on a three-run, Kevin Deese homerun to right field. Two consecutive walks setup the three-run inning, as Rob Dahlberg drew a free pass and Nick Wheeler followed by being intentionally walked by OBU starter Chase Baran. Deese’s dinger tied the school mark for homeruns in a single-season with 16. The record was set by Sean Starratt in 1993. The long ball struck again for the Red and White in the fourth inning, as Brian Simone led-off with a solo homer over the scoreboard in left field to setup a two-run frame for the Tigers. Dahlberg singled to center field to plate the final run of the inning, scoring Bryan Mason from second base. Tiger starter Mike Schmitt (10-2) tossed seven complete innings in the win, surrendering just one run on seven hits. The two-time GSC First Team selection recorded six strikeouts and allowed no walks in the contest. J. B. Black and Josh Varner saw action in relief, closing out the final three innings on the mound. UWA posted another three-spot in the sixth inning; it’s second of the game, to push the lead out to 8-0. Dahlberg picked up his second RBI of the game, driving in Sam McCormack on a fielder’s choice and advancing to second on an error by Luke Hardcastle. Mason also scored on the play as a result of the error. Dahlberg later scored to close out the inning advancing to third base on a wild pitch and reaching home on a throwing error by Tigers catcher Derek Dibbens.

SAU posted four runs in its first at-bat, as James Schroeder singled to score Dane Lucas for the first of the Mulerider runs. A batter later Brandon Graves concluded the big inning with a three-run, homerun that scored Schroeder and Cannon Lester, who had a base hit up the middle. The Tigers tallied a run in the bottom of the fourth inning. Jeremy Finney, who led off the inning with a walk and moved over to third base on a Rob Dahlberg single down the right field line, scored as Kevin Deese grounded out to Mulerider shortstop Andrew Whittington for the first out. Dahlberg moved up to third base on the play, but would be stranded on the base path as Nick Wheeler and Brian Simone were both retired by strikeout. The Muleriders added two more runs in the fifth, capped by Lester’s solo homer to right field. SAU went on to add four in the sixth and five in the seventh to finish off the rain shortened game. Matt Hill (9-3) took the loss in the contest, throwing the first 5 1/3 innings, allowing seven runs on eight hits. Dom Sapp and Zane Adams also pitched in the contest.

Trailing 5-1, DSU took its first lead of the game on a pair of three-run homeruns in the bottom of the fifth inning. Devin Goodwin logged the first of the two homers, sending a shot over the left field wall, scoring Billy Ray Todd and Stephen Oswald, pulling the Statesmen within one run of the Tigers. Four batters and two outs later, Anthony Palasini put the Green and White up with the second of the three-run, round trippers in the inning, as he scored Clay Sartain and Michael Niemann. Dallas Rogers pulled UWA within one run in the top of the eighth, scoring as the Statesmen caught Rob Dahlberg trying to advance to second base. DSU answered in the home half of the inning by way a solo, leadoff homerun by Josh Gordon. UWA plated the first runs of game scoring three in the top of the third inning. After Jeremy Finney crossed the dish on a Brian Simone sacrifice fly for the first run of the game, Nick Wheeler followed with a double to center field to score Dahlberg, giving the Tigers an early 2-0 lead. Wheeler went on to score the final run of the inning, as Kevin Deese shot a base hit up the middle. DSU added its first run in the bottom of the inning as Goodwin stole home, as the Tigers missed on an attempt to erase Niemann stealing second base. The Red and White added two runs in the fourth inning, increasing its lead to 5-1. Dahlberg drove in Bryan Mason for the Tigers fourth run of the contest. Brian Simone then laced a shot in the left center, scoring Dahlberg, but was expunged trying to stretch the double into a triple for the final out of the inning.

OBU recorded its first run of the game on a homer by Drew Wurzelbacher to right field. The Red and White responded with a two-run, seventh inning, as Mason doubled down the leftfield line to score McCormack and Brian Simone. The Purple and Gold attempted a rally in the final two innings, scoring four runs in the eighth, but couldn’t overcome the deficit.

Josh Varner (8-3) was straddled with the loss in three innings on the mound in relief. Varner surrendered two runs on three hits with three strikeouts and a walk. UWA starter Colter Millican tossed four innings, allowing five runs on six hits. Brian Burgess completed the final inning of work on the bump, allowing one run on one hit and a walk. DSU’s Jason Coats (2-0) picked up the win with five innings in relief. Coats gave up just one run in 21 batters faced, allowing five hits with five strikeouts and duo of walks. Statesmen starter Korey Cunningham tossed four innings, allowing five runs on eight hits with one punch-out in the game.

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NCAA Regional Recaps West Alabama vs Florida Southern May 14, 2009 NCAA Division II South Regional

West Alabama vs Barry May 15, 2009 NCAA Division II South Regional

West Alabama vs. Southern Arkansas May 16, 2009 NCAA Division II South Regional

The No. 3-seed in the South Region University of West Alabama baseball team dropped its opening game of the NCAA Division II South Regional, 14-7, to Florida Southern at Mulerider Field in Magnolia, Ark. UWA falls to 37-15 on the season while FSC improves to 39-14.

The University of West Alabama baseball team extended its stay in the NCAA Division II Baseball South Regional with a 14-9 slugfest win over Barry. UWA (38-15) advances to day three as BU concludes the year at 44-11. The Tigers await the loser of Friday’s Southern Arkansas and Lynn contest.

The University of West Alabama baseball team concluded its 2009 season with a hard fought, 13-9 loss to top-seeded Southern Arkansas in the third day of the NCAA Division II South Regional. UWA finishes with a 38-16 record.

Both teams plated homeruns in its first atbats. Nick Stanley followed a Robbie Shields double to right center with a two-run homer to right field, putting the Mocs on the board first. UWA cut the lead in half in the bottom of the inning, as Rob Dahlberg connected on his 26th career round-tripper to left field.

The Red and White opened with contest with seven runs in its first two trips to the plate. BU starter Charley Scott loaded the bases with three straight walks after retiring Jeremy Finney in the top of the first inning. Nick Wheeler then laced a triple to right center to clear the bases and put UWA up 3-0. Wheeler later scored on a wild pitch. After the Bucs got on the board in the home half of the inning, the Tigers totaled three runs in the second inning. Bryan Mason led off with a single and moved to second on a ground out by Dallas Rogers. Finney followed with a triple to right center, scoring Mason and putting the Red and White up 7-1.

After a scoreless second inning, Wade Kirkland started a five-run, FSC third inning with a leadoff homer to left field. Colin Kish added another run to the FSC total with a bases loaded single through the right side to score Shields, leaving the bases still full of Mocs. Braxton Chisholm followed with a two-run, double to right center scoring Stanley and Zach Maggard. Trae Gore closed out the scoring on the frame with a sacrifice fly to left field that plated Kish. The Tigers responded to the five-run top half of the third with a three spot in the bottom of the frame. Jeremy Finney led off the inning with a single back up the middle. Finney later moved to second on a balk by Max Russell. Douglas Frazier became the second base runner after being hit by pitch to set the table for Brian Simone’s three-run homerun, pulling the Red and White within three runs at 7-4. A Finney base hit in the bottom of fourth scored Sam McCormack narrowing the deficit to 7-5 through four full innings. The Mocs combined for a total of two runs in the fifth and sixth innings with two runs in the fifth and three more in the sixth, capped by a Kish double through the right side scoring Maggard and Stanley and pushing FSC lead to 12-5. UWA began to chip away at the lead with two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning. Kevin Deese notched the first run of the inning with a two-out double down the left field line, scoring Brian Simone. Following a McCormack walk, Bryan Mason singled to score Deese. The Mocs added two more in the top of the ninth to close out the scoring. Mike Schmitt (10-3) was saddled with the loss, throwing just 4 1/3 innings, allowing nine runs on 12 hits with five strikeouts and three walks.

The Bucs pulled within a run in the bottom of the third, pushing five runs across the dish. BU’s big blow came on a grand slam by Yan Gomes. Yas Gutierrez closed out the scoring in the inning, crossing the plate on a Chris Leon sacrifice fly to center. The Tigers answered the five spot with a pair of runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Sam McCormack drove in the two runs in the fourth with a single through the left side to score Kevin Deese and Brian Simone. Finney hit a single in the fifth to score Rogers. Finney later scored on a passed ball for an 11-6 lead. BU trimmed the lead to 11-8 with a couple of runs in the sixth. The Tigers answered with two in the seventh, as Rob Dahlberg scored on a fielder’s choice. The final run of the inning came on a Wheeler base hit through the left that scored Simone. After BU placed a run on the board in the bottom of the inning, UWA closed out the scoring in the eighth as a Finney doubled down the left field line to plate Rogers. Tiger starter Matt Hill (10-3) earned the win with 5 1/3 innings on the mound. Hill allowed eight runs on eight hits with a pair of walks and four strikeouts. Josh Varner pitched a 1 and 2/3 in relief, allowing a run on four hits as Brian Burgess closed the door with the final two innings on the bump, surrendering one hit.

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The SAU leadoff batters reached base in the first three innings and gave the Muleriders an early 3-0 advantage as all scored. UWA tied the game in the bottom of the third inning with three runs. Rob Dahlberg started the scoring with a two out, RBI single to Bryan Mason, who led the inning off with a walk. Back-to-back doubles from Brian Simone and Kevin Deese knotted the contest. The Blue and Gold regained the lead at 5-3 with solo runs in the fourth and fifth innings, capped by Cannon Lester’s solo homer to left center. Dallas Rogers drove in the next two runs for the Red and White, forcing another deadlock in the sixth inning. Rogers led off the bottom half of the fifth with a solo homer to left center and then followed one inning later with a RBI single through the right side to score Douglas Frazier. SAU again answered with two runs in the seventh to take back the lead, but the Red and White clawed back within one run again in the bottom of the inning on a Deese solo shot to right field. The homer gave Deese the single season homerun title with 17 on the year. UWA squeezed in another run between a pair of three run innings for SAU. The Tigers attempted a late inning rally in the ninth, scoring two runs. Frazier scored the final two runs of the game with a two out, double up the middle, scoring Simone and Nick Wheeler. Colter Millican (2-1) received the loss with 6 1/3 innings on the mound, giving up six runs on six hits with five walks and two strikeouts. J. B. Black, Carrick Tuck and Brian Burgess tossed the final 2 2/3 innings in relief, allowing a combined seven runs and six hits. SAU improves to 51-10 on the season and will face the winner of Valdosta State and Tampa on Sunday, May 17. The loss is the farewell to five seniors, Dahlberg, Wheeler, Jeremy Finney, Mike Schmitt and Matt Hill, who helped guide UWA to back-to-back NCAA Division II Baseball Regional appearances and two straight Gulf South Conference Tournament berths. The departing seniors also finish their careers as members of the 2009 GSC East Division Championship club.


Postseason Statistics Hitting # Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF-SH SB-ATT 13 Brian Simone .417 6-6 24 9 10 5 0 2 8 21 .875 2 0 6 1 .444 1-0 0-0 9 Rob Dahlberg .409 6-6 22 9 9 0 0 1 6 12 .545 3 4 2 0 .552 0-0 3-4 1 Jeremy Finney .360 6-6 25 5 9 1 1 0 4 12 .480 4 0 4 0 .448 0-0 1-1 12 Kevin Deese .333 6-6 27 5 9 2 0 2 9 17 .630 2 0 4 0 .379 0-0 0-0 15 Dallas Rogers .333 6-6 18 4 6 2 0 1 3 11 .611 2 0 2 0 .400 0-3 1-1 4 Bryan Mason .333 6-6 18 6 6 1 0 0 3 7 .389 3 1 2 0 .455 0-1 0-1 10 Nick Wheeler .185 6-6 27 4 5 3 1 0 5 10 .370 2 0 11 0 .241 0-0 0-0 8 Douglas Frazier .174 6-6 23 2 4 1 0 0 2 5 .217 0 4 2 0 .296 0-0 1-2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18 Sam McCormack .250 5-4 12 3 3 0 0 0 2 3 .250 5 2 3 0 .526 0-0 0-0 26 Jody Morgan .000 2-2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 4 0 .000 0-0 0-0 23 Marc Mahler .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-0 34 Jeremy Dorrance .000 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 0-1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals .302 6-6 202 47 61 15 2 6 42 98 .485 23 11 40 1 .401 1-4 6-10 Opponents .370 6-6 219 64 81 19 4 12 60 144 .658 28 6 41 5 .446 5-2 10-11 LOB - Team (44), Opp (46). DPs turned - Team (6), Opp (2). IBB - Team (1), N. Wheeler 1. Picked off - R. Dahlberg 1, D. Frazier 1. Pitching # Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg 25 Zane Adams 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 39 Josh Varner 4.26 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 6.1 7 3 3 3 5 2 0 1 24 .292 49 Brian Burgess 7.71 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 6 4 4 1 3 2 0 1 18 .333 28 Mike Schmitt 7.94 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 11.1 19 10 10 3 11 6 1 3 51 .373 30 Colter Millican 9.58 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 10.1 12 11 11 8 2 3 0 2 40 .300 3 Dom Sapp 11.57 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 8 9 6 7 6 1 0 1 23 .348 31 Matt Hill 12.66 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 10.2 19 16 15 2 12 4 2 3 48 .396 38 J.B. Black 40.50 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 5 6 6 2 2 0 1 1 9 .556 19 John Ashley 40.50 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.2 4 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 5 .800 27 Carrick Tuck 99.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals 10.80 2 4 6 6 0 0 0 0 50.0 81 64 60 28 41 19 4 12 219 .370 Opponents 7.74 4 2 6 6 1 0 0 0 50.0 61 47 43 23 40 15 2 6 202 .302 PB - Team (2), S. McCormack 1, J. Morgan 1, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (1), J. Ashley 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - S. McCormack (5-6), C. Millican (5-5), J. Morgan (5-5), M. Hill (2-2), B. Burgess (2-2), M.Schmitt (0-1), D. Sapp (1-1).

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UWA Baseball Record Book

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Year-By-Year Leaders Batting Average

Homeruns

Wins

2009-Rob Dahlberg.................................... .438 2008-Rob Dahlberg.................................... .444 2007-Rob Dahlberg.................................... .392 2006-Roberto Martinez............................. .368 2005-Seth Lofton....................................... .352 2004-Dustin Carter..................................... .405 2003-Rafael Farrell.................................... .362 2002-Walt Simmons.................................. .406 2001-Michael Friedlein.............................. .425 2000-Michael Friedlein.............................. .370 1999-Chance Melvin.................................. .435 1998-Chance Melvin.................................. .426 1997-Brandon Meacham............................ .403 1996-Matt Ciuffa....................................... .342 1995-Rusty Alligood.................................. .348 1994-Paul LeClair...................................... .349 1993-Sean Starratt...................................... .386 1992-Sean Starratt...................................... .360 1991-Norberto Erazo................................. .425 1990-George Gann..................................... .365 1989-Tim Gillis.......................................... .383 1988-Jeff Branson...................................... .435 1987-Jeff Branson...................................... .403 1986-Rex Hudson...................................... .371 1985-Ken Beard......................................... .317 1984-Mike Bearden.................................... 321 1983-Duane McFarland............................. .372 1982-Duane McFarland............................. .333 1981-Perry Turner...................................... .322 1980-Edgar Bearden.................................. .305 1979-Bully Fultz........................................ .384 1978-Kenny Weimorts............................... .380 1977-Wayne Hollyhand............................. .362 1976-Teddy Saenz...................................... .329 1975-Tommy Snell.................................... .367 1974-Teddy Saenz..................................... .313 1973-Roger Wright................................... .326 1972-Benny Burtram,................................ .386

2009-Kevin Deese......................................... 17 2008-Nick Wheeler....................................... 13 2007-Rob Dahlberg......................................... 8 2006-Dustin Roberts..................................... 14 2005-Dustin Roberts..................................... 10 2004-Dustin Roberts..................................... 13 2003-Farrell/Needs......................................... 4 2002-Walt Simmons........................................ 8 2001-Scott Merkich...................................... 12 2000-Walt Simmons...................................... 13 1999-Melvin/Wood....................................... 15 1998-Chance Melvin..................................... 14 1997-Bobby Smith.......................................... 7 1996-Jeff Cameron.......................................... 6 1995-Donald Kinnie........................................ 5 1994-Earl Patrick.......................................... 12 1993-Sean Starratt......................................... 16 1992-Harold Williams................................... 14 1991-Tom Graham.......................................... 6 1990-Michael Carter..................................... 11 1989-Tim Gillis............................................. 14 1988-Jeff Branson......................................... 11 1987-Jeff Branson........................................... 7 1986-Brian Petrarca...................................... 11 1985-Brooks Lee............................................ 3 Stacy Luker............................................ 3 Greg Pierce............................................ 3 1984-David McCary....................................... 7 1983-Scott Bowlin.......................................... 3 1982-Scott Bowlin.......................................... 6 1981-Scott Bowlin.......................................... 5 1980-Edgar Bearden....................................... 7 1979-Parker Wilson...................................... 10 1978-Luke Weimorts....................................... 9 1977-Purter/Monk........................................... 6 1976-Saenz/Langston.................................... 11 1975-Saenz/Langston...................................... 7 1974-Teddy Saenz........................................... 3 1973-Five........................................................ 5 1972-Benny Burtram...................................... 7

2009-Mike Schmitt....................................... 10 Matt Hill.............................................. 10 2008-Brandon Dill........................................ 10 2007-Noel Baca.............................................. 9 Brandon Wheeler................................... 9 2006-Ryne Lawson ........................................ 8 2005-Ryne Lawson......................................... 7 2004-Ryan Taylor............................................ 7 2003-Jason Herman........................................ 6 2002-Clay Armstrong...................................... 4 2001-Allen/Moyer........................................... 5 2000-Schara/Lee............................................. 5 1999-Patrick Kennedy.................................... 7 1998-Bobbitt/Howell...................................... 6 1997-Scott Uhlich........................................... 8 1996-Bert White.............................................. 7 1995-Matt Baxter............................................ 8 1994-Jeff Wales............................................. 11 1993-Eric Tyson.............................................. 4 1992-Eric Tyson.............................................. 9 1991-Eatman/Tyson........................................ 6 1990-Three...................................................... 5 1989-Roger Moore.......................................... 4 1988-Woody Culp........................................... 9 1987-Ladell Branson....................................... 8 1986-Ladell Branson....................................... 7 1985-Ladell Branson....................................... 4 1984-Rowell/Franzoni.................................... 3 1983-Kerry Richardson................................... 5 1982-Billy Birchfield...................................... 8 1981-Billy Birchfield...................................... 7 1980-Keef Pettis.............................................. 7 1979-Keef Pettis.............................................. 9 1978-Randy Smith........................................ 11 1977-Randy Smith.......................................... 4 1976-Phillip Lolley......................................... 9 1975-Randy Smith.......................................... 7 1974-Cottingham/Wright................................ 6 1973-Gary Cottingham................................... 8 1972-Danny Parker......................................... 8

ERA

Strikeouts

2009-Mike Schmitt.................................... 4.08 2008-Josh Varner....................................... 2.05 2007-Charles Kelley.................................. 1.53 2006-Josh Allums...................................... 2.73 2005-Matt Chambless................................ 2.11 2004-Clint Chambless................................ 2.04 2003-Clay Armstrong................................. 3.13 2002-Chris Dimasi..................................... 3.25 2001-Matt Moyer....................................... 3.74 2000-Grant Schara..................................... 3.64 1999-Robbie LaCoste................................ 2.48 1998-Buster Howell................................... 5.79 1997-Scott Uhlich...................................... 2.65 1996-Bert White......................................... 2.48 1995-Terry Pearson.................................... 1.29 1994-Jeff Wales.......................................... 2.42 1993-Eric Tyson......................................... 4.71 1992-Steve Gaines..................................... 2.81 1991-Steve Gaines..................................... 1.90 1990-Jeff Dodson....................................... 2.30 1989-Roger Moore..................................... 5.00 1988-Woody Culp...................................... 4.64 1987-Ladell Branson.................................. 3.12 1986-Stuart Dalton..................................... 5.34 1985-Billy Birchfield................................. 3.69 1984-Billy Birchfield................................. 5.37 1983-Billy Nailing..................................... 5.28 1982-Steve Schroeder................................ 3.57 1981-Billy Birchfield................................. 2.48 1980-Billy Fultz......................................... 3.24 1979-Keef Pettis......................................... 2.43 1978-Keef Pettis......................................... 3.23 1977-Phillip Lolley.................................... 3.05 1976-Phillip Lolley.................................... 2.91 1975-Randy Smith..................................... 3.21 1974-Carey Wright..................................... 3.07 1973-Gary Cottingham.............................. 1.07 1972-Danny Parker.................................... 1.37

2009-Matt Hill.............................................. 78 2008-Mike Schmitt....................................... 83 2007-Noel Baca.......................................... 100 2006-Matthew Creighton.............................. 68 2005-Matthew Creighton.............................. 74 2004-Matt Chambless................................... 52 2003-Jason Herman...................................... 86 2002-Clay Armstrong.................................... 51 2001-Michael Allen...................................... 61 2000-Michael Allen...................................... 53 1999-Patrick Kennedy.................................. 50 1998-Stephen Byrd....................................... 73 1997-Scott Uhlich......................................... 50 1996-Max Baxter.......................................... 57 1995-Brent Fowlkens.................................... 62 1994-Jeff Wales............................................. 75 1993-Eric Tyson............................................ 40 1992-Wade Truett.......................................... 59 1991-Eric Tyson............................................ 45 1990-Jessie Logan......................................... 43 1989-Roger Moore........................................ 27 1988-Randy Sandifer.................................... 38 1987-Ladell Branson..................................... 62 1986-Ladell Branson..................................... 52 1985-Ladell Branson..................................... 44 1984-Tony Franzoni...................................... 30 1983-Billy Nailing........................................ 32 1982-Steve Schroeder................................... 84 1981-Keef Pettis............................................ 53 1980-Billy Fultz............................................ 51 1979-Billy Fultz............................................ 72 1978-Keef Pettis............................................ 66 1977-Dennis Kizziah.................................... 49 1976-Phillip Lolley....................................... 55 1975-Carey Wright........................................ 57 1974-Gary Cottingham................................. 48 1973-Charlie Hobson.................................... 54 1972-Danny Parker..................................... 101

RBI 2009-Nick Wheeler....................................... 64 2008-Nick Wheeler....................................... 70 2007-Rob Dahlberg....................................... 61 2006-Dustin Roberts..................................... 55 2005-Dustin Roberts..................................... 47 2004-Dustin Roberts..................................... 55 2003-Freddie Vazquez.................................. 41 2002-Walt Simmons...................................... 46 2001-Scott Merkich...................................... 54 2000-Walt Simmons...................................... 59 1999-Chance Melvin..................................... 83 1998-Chance Melvin..................................... 68 1997-Matt Ciuffa.......................................... 46 1996-Jeff Cameron........................................ 31 1995-Shawn Copeland.................................. 38 1994-Earl Patrick.......................................... 59 1993-Sean Starratt......................................... 72 1992-Harold Williams................................... 54 1991-Norberto Erazo.................................... 33 Brad Handley....................................... 33 Tom Graham........................................ 33 1990-George Gann........................................ 45 1989-Tim Gillis............................................. 43 1988-Jeff Branson......................................... 51 1987-David Jones.......................................... 40 1986-Jeff Branson......................................... 50 1985-David McCary..................................... 29 1984-Mike Bearden...................................... 31 1983-Mike Bearden...................................... 19 1982-Scott Bowlin........................................ 43 1981-Perry Turner......................................... 35 1980-Edgar Bearden..................................... 29 1979-Parker Wilson...................................... 39 1978-Roger Purter......................................... 45 1977-Hollyhand/Monk.................................. 23 1976-Teddy Saenz......................................... 42 1975-Norris Langston................................... 28 1974-Teddy Saenz......................................... 18 1973-Bill Reeves........................................... 20 1972-Benny Burtram.................................... 37

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Single Season Records Individual Single Season Records HITTING Catergory Number At-Bats 232 Runs 71 Hits 91 RBI 83 Avg. .444 Doubles 28 Triples 8 HR 17 TB 168 Slugging .813 Steals 35 Sac. Bunts 12 Sac. Flies 10 HBP 25 Walks 53 Strikeouts 63 Hit Streak 23 Cons. Hits 8 AB w/o K 92

Player Clark Humber (‘06) Rob Dahlberg (‘08) Chance Melvin (‘99) Chance Melvin (‘99) Rob Dahlberg (‘08) Chance Melvin (‘99) Jeff Branson (‘86) Kevin Deese (‘09) Chance Melvin (‘99) Tim Gillis (‘89) Rob Dahlberg (‘08) Brandon Boles (‘05) Rusty Alligood (‘94) Chance Melvin (‘98) Brandon Boles (‘04) K.C. Crothers (‘94) Jay Hoffman (‘99) Chance Melvin (‘99) Michael Carter (‘89) Michael Friedlein (‘01)

PITCHING Catergory Number Innings 115 Hits 118 Fewest Hits* 29 Runs Allowed 83 Fewest Runs* 10 Earned Runs 62 Fewest Earned Runs* 7 Lowest ERA* 0.92 Highest ERA* 7.62 Walks 51 Fewest Walks* 6 Strikeouts 115 HR Allowed 19 Hit Batsmen 19 Wild Pitches 15 15 Shutouts 3 3 Appearances 29 Games Started 16 Complete Games 10 Wins 11 11 11 Losses 10 Saves 11 Winning % .889 .889 Cons. Scoreless IP 22.2 Cons. Wins 10 Cons. Losses 8 8 Cons. Shutouts 2 2 2 Cons. Hitters Retired 33

Player Keef Pettis (‘79) Stuart Dalton (‘86) Gary Cottingham (‘73) Ladell Branson (‘86) Gary Cottingham (‘73) Seth Bobbitt (‘98) Gary Cottingham (‘73) Allan Weedon (‘70) Woody Culp (‘86) Billy Fultz (‘79) Billy Birchfield (‘85) Allan Weedon (‘69) Robin Culp (‘98) Ryan Taylor (‘04) Ryne Lawson (‘05) Gary Cottingham (‘74) Matt Baxter (‘95) Danny Parker (72) Ladell Branson (‘87) Keef Pettis (‘79) Gary Cottingham (‘74) Jeff Wales (‘94) Randy Smith (‘78) Danny Parker (70) Charlie Willie (‘85) Brian Burgess (‘09) Gary Cottingham (‘73) Danny Parker (‘72) Keef Pettis (‘79) Brandon Dill (‘08) Stuart Dalton (‘86) Charlie Willie (‘85) Jason Herman (‘03) Matt Baxter (‘95) Danny Parker (‘72) Danny Parker (‘72)

*-Must have pitched at least on inning per team game

FIELDING Catergory Number Putouts 436 Assists 181 Errors 33 Fielding % 1.000

Player Jasen McCluskey (‘94) Clark Humber (‘07) Parrish Bowlin (‘81) 18 players (’08)

Team Single Season Records HITTING Catergory Number Year At-Bats 1,980 2006 Runs 508 2008 Hits 616 2008 RBI 467 2008 Avg. .324 1999 Doubles 120 2000 Triples 21 2008 HR 66 1992 TB 949 2008 Slugging .504 1999 Steals 166 2005 Sac. Bunts 50 2005 Sac. Flies 28 1998 HBP 141 2005 Walks 277 1994 Most SO 386 1999 Fewest SO 118 1983 Cons. Hits 7 2003 1979 PITCHING Catergory Number Year Innings 532.2 2006 Hits Allowed 582 2000 Fewest Hits 196 1973 Runs Allowed 422 1985 Fewest Runs 115 1973 Earned Runs Allowed 327 1998 Fewest Earned Runs 72 1973 Lowest ERA 2.42 1973 Highest ERA 6.89 1985 Walks Issued 253 2000 Fewest Walks 104 1972 Strikeouts 460 2005 Fewest Strikeouts 108 1983 HR Allowed 67 1998 Fewest HR Allowed 9 1973 Hit Batsmen 89 2005 Fewest Hit Batsmen 2 1972 Wild Pitches 64 2005 Fewest Wild Pitches 2 1972 Balks 14 2003 Shutouts 8 2005 Complete Games 25 1974 1972 Wins 45 2008 2005 Fewest Wins 12 1989 1983 Saves 20 2007 20 2006 Win-Loss % .776 2008 Worst Win-Lost % .281 1985 Cons. Wins 13 2005 Cons. Losses 12 1985 Cons. Hitless Innings 13 1991 Cons. Scoreless Innings 22.1 1991 1981 No-Hit games 2 2005 1991 FIELDING Catergory Number Year Putouts 1,598 2006 Assists 673 1992 Errors 133 1986 Fewest Errors 53 1983 1977 Best Fielding % .966 2008 Worst Fielding % .927 1986 Double Plays 67 2006 Triple Plays 2 1999, 1974

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Single Game Records Individual Single Game Records HITTING Catergory Number At-Bats 8 Runs 5

Hits 6 RBI 9 Singles 6 Doubles 4 Triples 2 HR 4 Total Bases 16 Sac. Hits 3 Sac. Flies 2 HBP 3 Walks 5 Strikeouts 5 Steals 5

Team Single Game Records Player

Jeremy Finney vs. Delta State (‘08)

Six Times; last time

Roy McDaniel, Stillman (‘05) Roberto Martinez, Stillman (‘05)

George Hennicke, Rust (‘99) Chance Melvin, Alabama A&M (‘98) Jeff Turnbow, Lane (‘96) George Hennicke, Rust (‘99) Brady Dundon, Lincoln Memorial (‘06) Sparky Sparkman, Stillman (‘00) Jeff Branson (twice), Kalamazoo (‘86) Sean Starratt, B’ham Southern (‘92) Sean Starratt, B’ham Southern (‘92) Richard Zamanski, Troy (‘72) Chris Gilbertson, Ouachita Baptist (‘06) 13 times; Jeremy Finney, Talladega (‘09) Six Times Clark Humber, Arkansas Tech (‘06) Benny Burtram, Cedarville (‘72) Tommy Monk, Stillman (‘75) Brandon Boles, Bluefield State (‘05)

HITTING Catergory Number Player At-Bats 57 Delta State (‘08) Runs 29 Lincoln Memorial (‘06) Hits 28 Stillman (‘00), Rust (‘99) RBI 26 Lincoln Memorial (‘06) Doubles 9 Stillman (‘00) Triples 5 Stillman (‘00) HR 7 William Carey (‘92) Con. HR 4 Stillman (‘77) Total Bases 47 Stillman (‘00) HBP 10 Stillman (‘08) Steals 10 twice; last vs. Georgia Southwestern (‘08) Sac. Bunts 4 Seven times; last North Georgia (‘07) Sac. Flies 4 Miles (‘00), Miss. College (‘86) Strikeouts 19 Stillman (‘77) Walks 16 North Alabama (‘80) Victory Margin 26 Rust (‘99)

PITCHING Catergory Number Player Innings 12 Keef Pettis, Huntingdon (‘79) Gary Cottingham, Florence St. (‘74) Hits All. 18 Murray Wilson, Nicholls St. (‘72) Runs All. 15 Michael Dismukes, Lincoln Mem. (‘98) ER All. 11 Tim Glass, Jacksonville St. (‘82) Walks 9 Rick Blevins, Quinnipiac (‘74) Strikeouts 17 Charlie Hobson, Cent. Methodist (‘73) Con. K 6 Billy Fultz, Tenn.-Martin (‘80) 6 Mike Schmitt, Ouachita Baptist (‘08) Con. Outs 28 Keef Pettis, Huntingdon (‘79) Con. Scoreless IP 12 Keef Pettis, Huntingdon (‘79)

PITCHING Catergory Number Player Innings 14 three times; last vs. Delta State (‘08) Con. Scoreless IP 14 Huntingdon (‘79) Hits Allowed 27 Mississippi St. (‘85), Jacksonville St. (‘85) Con. Hits All. 8 Delta State (‘84) Few. Hits All. 0 Seven times; last vs. Quincy (‘05) Runs Allowed 26 Mississippi St. (‘85) ER Allowed 23 Mississippi St. (‘85) Walks 14 Mississippi St. (‘85) Con. Walks 5 Auburn (‘84) Strikeouts 19 Delta State (‘92) Con. Strikeouts 6 Tenn.-Martin (‘80) HR Allowed 8 Troy State (‘85) HBP 6 Delta State (‘05) Wild Pitches 5 Five times; last vs. Valdosta State (‘09) Con. Batters Ret. 28 Huntingdon (‘79)

FIELDING Catergory Number Putouts 19 Assists 10 Errors 5 Chances 21

FIELDING Catergory Number Putouts 42 Assists 22 Errors 9 Double Plays 5 Triple Plays 1

Player Richard Miller, Stillman (‘86) Brandon Boles, Ouachita Baptist (‘05) Freddie Vazquez, West Georgia (‘02) Scott Merkich, Birmingham So. (‘01) Brad Handley, Delta State (‘92)

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Player three times; last vs. Delta State (‘08) twice; last vs. Delta State (‘08) Delta State (‘78) twice; last vs. Delta State (‘08) Eight times; last vs. Montevallo (‘06)


Career Records BATTING AVERAGE (min. 2 yrs., 200 AB) 1. Chance Melvin, 98-99....................... .431 2. Michael Friedlein, 00-01................... .394 3. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................ .391 4. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09......................... .387 5 Sean Starratt, 92-93........................... .372 GAMES 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 222 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 215 3. Jeff Cameron, 93-96........................... 191 4. Tim Gillis, 86-89................................ 186 5. Three Tied........................................... 183 AT BATS 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 610 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 782 3. Perry Turner, 78-81............................. 623 4. Mike Bearden, 81-84.......................... 602 5. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 601 HITS 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 308 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 280 3. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 195 4. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................. 192 5. Tim Gillis, 86-89................................ 187 Perry Turner, 78-81............................. 187 RUNS 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 224 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 208 3. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 140 4. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................. 133 5. Tim Gillis, 86-89................................ 118 RBI 1. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 207 2. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 206 3. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 157 4. Chance Melvin, 98-99........................ 151 5. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................. 139 SINGLES 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 225 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 173 3. Perry Turner, 78-81............................. 141 4. Rusty Alligood, 94-95........................ 127 5. Britt Jones, 87-90................................ 126

TRIPLES 1. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................... 13 2. Andy Lashley, 80-83............................. 11 Perry Turner, 78-81............................... 11 Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 11 4. Tommy Monk, 74-77.............................. 9 Roger Purter, 75-78................................ 9 HOME RUNS 1. Walt Simmons, 99-02........................... 40 2. Dustin Roberts, 02-06........................... 37 3. Chance Melvin, 98-99.......................... 29 Sean Starratt, 92-93.............................. 29 5. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................... 26 Greg Wood, 99-00................................ 26 Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 26 TOTAL BASES 1. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 475 2. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09.......................... 454 3. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 358 4. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................. 333 5. Chance Melvin, 98-99........................ 317 WALKS 1. Jeff Cameron, 93-96........................... 111 2. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 95 3. Wayne Hollyhand, 76-79...................... 93 4. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................... 92 5. Luke Weimorts, 76-79.......................... 87 STOLEN BASES 1. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 87 2. Brandon Boles, 04-05........................... 66 3. Damon Brabson, 05-05......................... 45 4. A.J. Ray, 03-04..................................... 43 Jeff Branson, 86-88............................... 43 STRIKEOUTS 1. Dustin Roberts, 02-06......................... 126 2. Walt Simmons, 99-02......................... 118 3. Parrish Bowlin, 81-84......................... 117 4. Tommy Monk, 74-77.......................... 112 5. Norris Langston, 74-76......................... 99

HIT-BY-PITCH 1. Brandon Boles, 04-05........................... 48 2. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 47 3. Walt Simmons, 99-02........................... 46 4. Clint Moody, 06-08............................... 32 5. Clark Humber, 06-07............................ 30 SACRIFICES 1. Clark Humber, 06-07............................ 24 2. Rusty Alligood, 94-95.......................... 21 3. Clint Moody, 05-08............................... 18 4. Rickey Drexler, 91-92.......................... 17 Tim Gillis, 86-89.................................. 17 PUTOUTS 1. Scott Bowlin, 80-83.......................... 1004 2. Wayne Hollyhand, 76-79.................... 955 3. Jeff Cameron, 93-96........................... 910 4. Jake DeRoy, 05-08.............................. 893 5. Teddy Saenz, 73-76............................ 889 ASSISTS 1. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................. 452 2. Parrish Bowlin, 81-84......................... 421 3. Tim Gillis, 86-89................................ 399 4. Tommy Monk, 74-77.......................... 379 5. Clark Humber, 06-07.......................... 353 ERRORS 1. Parrish Bowlin, 81-84........................... 73 2. Bobby Carney, 73-77............................ 60 3. Jeff Branson, 86-88............................... 58 4. Greg Lewis, 84-86................................ 54 5. Scott Merkich, 01-02............................ 51 TOTAL CHANCES 1. Scott Bowlin, 80-83.......................... 1146 2. Jeff Cameron, 93-96......................... 1100 3. Wayne Hollyhand, 76-79.................. 1032 4. Jake DeRoy, 05-08............................ 1018 5 Teddy Saenz, 73-76............................ 978

DOUBLES 1. Walt Simmons, 99-02........................... 59 2. Chance Melvin, 98-99.......................... 47 3. Rob Dahlberg, 06-09............................ 46 4. Tim Gillis, 86-89.................................. 44 Dustin Roberts, 02-06........................... 44 5. Mike Bearden, 81-84............................ 41

Former All-American Rob Dahlberg has made his mark in the UWA record book. The Gilbertown, Ala.-product finished his career ranked in 13 catergories, including the career leader in six lists.

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Career Records FIELDING PERCENTAGE 1. David Ferebee, 91-92.......1.000, 138-138 2. Paul LeClair, 94................1.000, 126-126 3. Greg Rahn, 83-85.................991,436-440 4. Sean Macon, 98-99..............990, 204-206 5. Jake DeRoy, 05-08...........988, 1006-1018

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. Danny Parker, 70-72.......................... 1.72 2. Jeff Hoven, 91-92.............................. 2.27 3. Charlie Hobson, 72-73....................... 2.47 4. Steve Gaines, 91-92........................... 2.48 5. Gary Cottingham, 72-74.................... 2.70

RUNS ALLOWED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 180 2. Ladell Branson, 85-87........................ 176 3. Billy Birchfield, 81-85........................ 173 4. Robin Culp, 98-00.............................. 159 5. Randy Smith, 75-78............................ 155

WINNNG PERCENTAGE 1. Brandon Dill, 05-08...................916, 22-2 2. Lee Boyd, 04-05........................846, 11-2 3. Danny Parker, 70-72..................800, 24-6 4. Mike Schmitt, 08-09..................791, 19-5 5. Matt Hill, 08-09.........................750, 15-5

GAMES STARTED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................. 52 2. Randy Smith, 75-78.............................. 41 2. Eric Tyson, 89-93.................................. 41 4. Matt Baxter, 94-96................................ 38 5. Billy Birchfield, 81-85.......................... 37 Ryne Lawson, 04-06............................. 37

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 136 2. Ladell Branson, 85-87........................ 131 3. Randy Smith, 75-78............................ 124 4. Billy Birchfield, 81-85........................ 123 Robin Culp, 98-00.............................. 123 WALKS ALLOWED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 128 2. Billy Fultz, 78-80................................ 123 3. Ladell Branson, 85-87........................ 115 4. Tim Glass, 79-82................................ 105 5. Ryne Lawson, 04-06........................... 104

WINS 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................. 30 2. Randy Smith, 75-78.............................. 29 3. Danny Parker, 70-72............................. 24 4. Brandon Dill, 05-08.............................. 22 5. Billy Birchfield, 81-85.......................... 21 Eric Tyson, 89-93.................................. 21 LOSSES 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................. 21 2. Billy Birchfield, 81-85.......................... 18 3. Ladell Branson, 85-87.......................... 17 4. Stuart Dalton, 85-86............................. 16 Billy Fultz, 78-80.................................. 16 SAVES 1. Matt Chambless, 04-07......................... 18 2. Clint Chambless, 03-05........................ 16 Terry Pearson, 93-95............................. 16 Brian Burgess, 08-Pres....................... 16 4. Jason Eatman, 90-93............................. 14 INNINGS PITCHED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 376 2. Randy Smith, 75-78......................... 295.2 3. Billy Birchfield, 81-85........................ 273 4. Danny Parker, 70-72........................... 246 5. Ladell Branson, 85-87..................... 245.2

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................. 28 2. Billy Birchfield, 81-85.......................... 21 2. Randy Smith, 75-78.............................. 21 4. Gary Cottingham, 72-74....................... 20 5. Ladell Branson, 85-87.......................... 15 Billy Fultz, 78-80.................................. 15 APPEARANCES 1. Matt Chambless, 04-07......................... 76 2. Jason Eatman, 90-93............................. 71 3. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................. 65 4. Brandon Dill, 05-08.............................. 64 5. Randy Smith, 75-78.............................. 63 RELIEF APPEARANCES 1. Matt Chambless, 04-07......................... 65 2. Jason Eatman, 90-93............................. 56 3. Brian Burgess, 08-Pres....................... 50 4. Keith Buckalew, 78-81......................... 48 5. Clint Chambless, 03-05........................ 46 HITS ALLOWED 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 361 2. Billy Birchfield, 81-85........................ 338 3. Randy Smith, 75-78............................ 326 4. Ladell Branson, 85-87........................ 273 5. Robin Culp, 98-00.............................. 251

Brian Burgess holds the single season record for saves and is tied for second all-time.

STRIKEOUTS 1. Danny Parker, 70-72........................... 245 2. Keef Pettis, 78-81............................... 227 3. Brandon Dill, 05-08............................ 165 4. Phillip Lolley, 74-77........................... 164 5. Ryne Lawson, 04-06........................... 162 WILD PITCHES 1. Ryne Lawson, 04-06............................. 28 2. Ryan Taylor, 04-05............................... 23 3. Michael Allen, 00-01............................ 20 4. Four Tied.............................................. 19 SHUTOUTS 1. Keef Pettis, 78-81................................... 4 Carey Wright, 74-77............................... 4 3. Five Tied................................................. 3

Former UWA hurler Brandon Dill is tops in winning percentage.

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UWA Baseball Honors ALL-AMERICAN 2009.................... 1B Rob Dahlberg (3rd/3rd) 2008............................3B Rob Dahlberg (1st) ........................................P Brandon Dill (1st) 1999......................... 3B Chance Melvin (1st) 1998.........................3B Chance Melvin (3rd) 1994................................... P Jeff Wales (3rd) 1993............................. 1B Sean Starratt (1st) 1989.................................3B Im Gillies (2nd) 1988.............................. SS Jeff Branson (1st) 1976............... Phillip Lolley (2nd Academic) 1971......................... 1B Benny Burtram (1st) ...................................... OF Elton Reece (1st) 1970............................ P Allen Weedon (HM) ............................... 1B Benny Burtram (HM) ................................2B Gerry McBride (HM) All-Region 2009.................................... 3B Nick Wheeler ............................................1B Rob Dahlberg ...............................................SP Mike Scmitt 2008............................3B Rob Dahlberg (1st) ........................................P Brandon Dill (1st) 2007.......................... 3B Rob Dahlberg (2nd) 2004….....................2B Brandon Boles (2nd) 2002…....................... C Walt Simmons (2nd) 2001…..................SS Michael Friedlein (1st) ………......................3B Scott Merkich (2nd) 2000…..................... DH Walt Simmons (1st) 1999…..................... 3B Chance Melvin (1st) ……….................... DH Walt Simmons (2nd) 1998…..................... 3B Chance Melvin (1st) 1997…............................SS Matt Ciuffa (1st) ………........................ RP Scott Uhlich (2nd) 1995…...................... RP Terry Pearson (2nd) ………............................... Matt Baxter (2nd) 1994…................................ P Jeff Wales (1st) ………........................OF Paul LeClair (2nd) 1993…......................... 1B Sean Starratt (1st) ………..................OF Harold Williams (2nd) ………........................P Teddy Pearson (2nd) 1992…......................... 1B Sean Starratt (1st) ………..................OF Harold Williams (2nd) ………..............................P Jeff Hoven (2nd) 1991…...................... OF Noberto Erazo (1st) ………......................3B Ricky Drexler (2nd) 1990…...................... SS Michael Carter (1st) ……….............................2B Britt Jones (1st) ………....................... 1B George Gann (2nd) 1989…..............................3B Tim Gillis (1st) 1988….......................... SS Jeff Branson (1st) ………............................. 3B Tim Gillis (3rd) ………..................DH Michael Bridges (3rd) 1987….......................... SS Jeff Branson (1st) ………....................... P Ladell Branson (3rd) ………............................C David Jones (3rd) 1982…..................... OF Mike Bearden (2nd) ………............................ C Nana Clark (2nd) 1978…............................P Randy Smith (1st) ……….................. OF Kenny Weimorts (1st) ………...................... C Luke Weimorts (2nd)

GSC Coach of the Year 1992…........................................Mark Hogan 2005..........................................Gary Rundles GSC Player of the Year 1999…................................... Chance Melvin 2008..........................................Rob Dahlberg GSC Freshman of the Year 2006..........................................Rob Dahlberg All-Gulf South Conference 2009.............................. 1B Rob Dahlberg (1) ..................................... 2B Jeremy Finney (1) ...................................... 3B Nick Wheeler (1) ....................................... SP Mike Schmitt (1) .............................................. SP Matt Hill (1) ........................................OF Kevin Deese (2) ......................................RP Brian Burgess (2) ..................................... DH Brian Simone (2) 2008................................... C Jake DeRoy (1) ..................................... 2B Jeremy Finney (1) ...................................... 3B Rob Dahlberg (1) .......................................SS Nick Wheeler (1) ...........................................OF Tres Avans (1) ........................................ SP Brandon Dill (1) ....................................... SP Mike Schmitt (1) ............................................ DH Todd Rea (2) ........................................OF Matt Busbee (2) .............................................. SP Matt Hill (2) ..........................................RP Josh Varner (2) ......................................RP Brian Burgess (2) 2007................................... C Jake DeRoy (1) .......................................3b Rob Dahlberg (1) ............................................ DH Todd Rea (1) ....................................... SP Brandon Wheeler (1) ......................................SS Clark Humber (2) ............................................ SP Noel Baca (2) .....................................RP Charles Kelley (2) 2006.......................... C Roberto Martinez (1) ……….......................... 3B Rob Dahlberg (2) ………......................1B William Crawford (2)

………........................ C Jacob Townsend (2) ………............................. P Ryne Lawson (2) ………..........................P Stephen Barnett (2) ……….................................. P R.J. Miller (2) 2005….................... P Matthew Creighton (1) ………...................... C Roberto Martinez (1) ……….........................2B Brandon Boles (2) ………......................... P Matt Chambless (2) ………........................ OF Dustin Roberts (2) ………................................P David Rider (2) 2004….........................2B Brandon Boles (1) ……….......................... OF Rafael Farrell (1) ………..........................DH Dustin Carter (1) ……….........................P Clint Chambless (1) ………........................ OF Dustin Roberts (2) ………....................................P Lee Boyd (2) 2003…............................ P Jason Herman (2) 2002…........................... C Walt Simmons (1) ………........................OF Martin Jackson (2) 2001…................................ P Matt Moyer (1) ………..........................3B Scott Merkich (1) ……….................... SS Michael Friedlein (1) 2000…........................ DH Walt Simmons (1) ………....................... C Brodie Meadows (2) ……….......................... 2B Lance Ingram (2) ………...........................3B Scott Kappler (2) ……….................... SS Michael Friedlein (2) 1999…........................ 3B Chance Melvin (1) ………........................ DH Walt Simmons (1) ………......................OF Sparky Sparkman (2) 1998…........................ 3B Chance Melvin (1) 1997…....................................SS Matt Ciuffa ……….....................................P Scott Uhlich 1996…....................................SS Matt Ciuffa 1995…...................................C Jeff Cameron ……….............................. SS Rusty Alligood ………......................................P Matt Baxler ………................................... UT Jason Jones 1994…........................................ P Jeff Wales ……….................................. 3B Earl Partrick ………...................................C Jeff Cameron ……….............................. SS Rusty Alligood ……......................................CF Paul LeClair ………............................. P Derek McDonald ………...............................DH K.C. Crothers

UWA Skipper Gary Rundles was named Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year in 2005.

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UWA Baseball Honors 1993…............................ 1B Sean Starratt (1) ………......................OF Harold Williams (1) ……….............................SS Earl Partrick (2) ………............................. C Jeff Cameron (2) ………............................. P Terry Pearson (2) 1992…..................................P Jeff Hoven (1) ………............................ C Brad Handley (1) ………............................ 1B Sean Starratt (1) ………............................. P Jason Eatman (2) ………..........................3B Ricky Drexler (2) ………......................OF Harold Williams (2) 1991…............................. OF Norberto Erazo ………................................3B Ricky Drexler ………...................................P Jason Eatman ……….................................. C Brad Handley 1990…................................. 3B George Gann ……….............................. SS Michael Carter ………..................................... 2B Britt Jones ………......................................P Jeff Dodson 1989…...................................... 3B Tim Gillis 1988….................................. SS Jeff Branson ……….....................................P Woody Culp ………...........................DH Michael Bridges ………..................................C Fred Veronezi 1987….................................. SS Jeff Branson ……….....................................C David Jones ………................................ P Ladell Branson ………......................................OF Keith Higgenbotham 1986….................................. SS Jeff Branson ………................................. C Brian Petrarca 1984…............................... OF Mike Bearden 1983…..............................OF Duane McFarland 1982…................................. 1B Scott Bowlin ………................................ 3B Andy Lashley ………...................................... C Nana Clark ………...............................P Steve Schroeder 1981.......................................... C Nana Clark 1979…................................... SS Keith Luker ……….................................... DH Billy Fultz ………....................................... P Keef Pettis 1978….......................... 1B Wayne Hollyhand ………...........................OF Kenny Weimorts ………................................C Luke Weimorts ………....................................P Randy Smith 1977….......................... 1B Wayne Hollyhand 1976…..................................1B Teddy Saenz ………............................... SS Bobby Carney ………...................................P Phillip Lolley 1975…............................... 2B Tommy Monk ………...................................C Tommy Snell ………..................................1B Teddy Saenz 1974…............................... SS Bobby Carney ……….................................DH Teddy Saenz 1973…............................. P Gary Cottingham ………................................... OF Bill Reeves 1972…..............................1B Benny Burtram ………............................OF Kenny Haddock

GSC Pitcher and Player of the Week 2009...................................Brian Burgess, RP ...................................................Matt Hill, SP ...........................................Rob Dahlberg, 1B .............................................. Jody Morgan, C 2008.....................................Brandon Dill, SP .............................................Brandon Dill, SP .............................................Brandon Dill, SP ............................................Mike Schmitt, SP ............................................... Tres Avans, OF ...........................................Rob Dahlberg, 3B ........................................... Nick Wheeler, SS ...................................... Chris Ransburgh, 1B 2007....................................... Tres Avans, OF ............................................RobDahlberg, 3B ...........................................Rob Dahlberg, 3B ................................................... Noel Baca, P ........................................Brandon Wheeler, P ................................................ Jake DeRoy, C .......................................................R.J. Miller 2006.................................Dustin Roberts, OF ...........................................Rob Dahlberg, 3B 2005............................... Roberto Martinez, C ..........................................Matthew Creighton, P 2004.................................... Dustin Carter, 1b .........................................Dustin Roberts, OF .............................................. Shane Martin, P .........................................Dustin Roberts, OF 2003.............................. Freddie Vazquez, OF .............................................. Scott Needs, SS ............................................. Jason Herman, P 2002................................Walt Simmons, C/OF 2001..................................... Michael Allen, P ............................................. Michael Allen, P 2000..................................... Michael Allen, P 1999.................................. Clay Armstrong, P 1997........................................Scott Uhlich, P

1995.................................... Brent Fowlkes, P ............................................. KC Crothers, 2B ..............................................Terry Pearson, P Academic All-GSC Teams 2008.................................... Brent Bumgarner 2007.................................................Todd Rea 2006.......................................... Shane Martin 2005................................................ Lee Boyd 2000................................... Sparky Sparkman 1998........................................... Daryl Jacobs 1995........................................ Neal Holliman .................................................... Casey Clark 1993............................................ Casey Clark 1992...................................Tyrone Yarbrough 1990.............................................Keith Davis 1988.............................................Todd Dugas MLB Draft Picks Year 2006 2005 1995 1994 1993 1992 1990 1988 1980 1973

Player, Pos. Ryne Lawson, P Jason Herman, P Don Kinnie, OF Paul LeClair, OF Harold Williams, OF Mike DeJean, P HaroldWilliams, OF Michael Carter, SS Jeff Branson, SS Parker Wilson, 3B Randy Hopkins, P

Team Red Sox Pirates Cubs Mets W. Sox Yankees Athletics Brewers Reds Red Sox Pirates

R 30 31 14 74 26 24 33 3 2 21 13

P O 27 913 11 931 4 371 1 1652 17 733 6 662 20 928 14 87 15 45 23 542 24 312

* - From 1973-79 and 1983-91, the GSC chose an All-Conference and All-Division Teams. Those players listed in BOLD are AllConference selections. Former Tiger Todd Rea was a two-time All-GSC selection and was named to the 2007 Academic All-GSC Team

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Results 1964 (12-10) Clarke College Ala. Christian Coll. William Carey St. Bernard Miss. College Miss. College North Alabama Belhaven Clarke College Clarke College Ala. Christian Coll. Huntingdon Alabama College Alabama College Alabama College Alabama College Huntingdon Jacksonville State Jacksonville State St. Bernard William Carey North Alabama

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

1965-67 (no records avail.) 1968 (21-6) Coach: Bob Riesener Spring Hill Alabama Alabama William Carey Jacksonville State Troy University Troy University North Alabama St. Bernard Huntingdon Huntingdon William Carey Alabama College Alabama College Jacksonville State Athens State Athens State North Alabama Athens State Athens State Alabama College Alabama College Belhaven St. Bernard Jacksonville State Jacksonville State William Carey

W, 8-2 L, 5-1 L, 17-2 W, 2-1 W, 5-3 W, 4-2 W, 3-0 L, 6-3 W, 7-1 W, 8-0 W, 8-6 L, 5-4 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 W, 13-2 W, 16-5 W, 5-1 W, 14-3 W, 7-1 W, 2-1 L, 4-3 W, 5-3 W, 9-8 W, 3-2* W, 11-5* L, 4-2^

* ACC Playoffs ^ District 27 Playoffs 1969 (23-8) Athens State Alabama St. Bernard Jacksonville State Huntingdon Huntingdon William Carey

L, 8-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 7-2 W, 1-0 W, 4-3 L, 3-2

Alabama College Alabama College North Alabama Belhaven Troy University Troy University Jacksonville State Jackson State Jackson State Jackson State William Carey William Carey William Carey Troy University

W, 1-0 W, 12-3 W, 3-0 W, 11-1 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 3-0 W, 12-0 W, 16-0 W, 6-1 L, 2-0 W, 8-2 L, 10-3 L, 20-6

1970 (32-12) Gulf Coast Gulf Coast Pensacola Naval Alabama Alabama UT-Martin UT-Martin Montevallo Montevallo North Alabama Athens State St. Bernard Huntingdon Huntingdon Stillman Troy University Troy University Jacksonville State Montevallo Montevallo Athens State North Alabama Troy University Troy University Stillman St. Bernard Jacksonville State Huntingdon Huntingdon Belhaven Belhaven Belhaven Jackson State Jackson State Jackson State Carson-Newman Carson Newman Carson-Newman Valdosta State Ouachita Baptist New Haven Emporia State William Jewell Eastern Michigan

L, 1-0 L, 10-8 W, 7-4 W, 5-4 L, 1-0 W, 15-0 L, 7-6 W, 7-2 W, 6-0 W, 20-0 W, 14-1 W, 6-0 W, 10-0 L, 5-1 W, 2-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-3 W, 6-5 W, 5-2 W, 2-0 W, 7-1 W, 16-1 W, 4-2 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 W, 9-4 W, 3-1 L, 10-5 W, 12-2* W, 4-0* L, 2-1* W, 6-1* W, 5-4* L, 12-2^ W, 7-2^ W, 4-0^ \W, 11-5^ W, 17-3^ L, 5-4# W, 2-1# W, 5-2# L, 2-1#

* NAIA District Tourney ^ NAIA Regional Tourney # NAIA National Tourney 1971 (32-7) Huntingdon Scooba

L, 2-1 W, 15-1

Huntingdon W, 1-0 Scooba W, 7-0 Malone W, 12-2 Malone W, 2-1 Alabama W, 5-2 Birmingham Southern L, 5-0 St. Bernard L, 5-4 Huntingdon W, 9-4 Jacksonville State W, 5-4 North Alabama W, 12-1 North Alabama W, 12-6 St. Bernard W, 5-4 Wisconsin-Stout W, 10-0 Wisconsin-Stout W, 8-4 Wisconsin-Stout L, 5-4 Wisconsin-Stout W, 10-1 Stillman W, 4-0 Stillman W, 5-4 Jacksonville State L, 10-9 Athens State W, 7-2 Huntingdon W, 4-1 Huntingdon W, 3-1 Troy University W, 20-6 North Alabama W, 8-0 Birmingham Southern W, 16-0 St. Bernard W, 11-7 Troy University W, 4-0 Troy University W, 15-0 Jacksonville State W, 3-2 Athens State W, 6-5 Athens State W, 17-0 Jackson State W, 10-1* William Carey W, 9-2* William Carey W, 4-3* State College Arkansas W-4-1^ David Lipscomb L, 4-3^ State College Arkansas L, 3-2^ * NAIA District 27 ^ NAIA Region 5 1972 (24-11) Coach: Mike Dean Cedarville College Belhaven St. Francis St. Francis St. Francis Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Stillman Stillman Alabama State Alabama State Belhaven Mississippi College Mississippi College St. Bernard Troy University Troy University Stillman Stillman Birmingham Southern Mississippi College Mississippi College North Alabama

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W, 17-2 W, 9-7 L, 16-14 L, 3-1 L, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 W, 9-3 L, 14-13 W, 13-1 L, 7-3 W, 5-1 W, 12-0 W, 6-4 L, 7-6 W, 3-2 W, 6-0 W, 3-1 W, 8-7 W, 12-3 W, 5-4 L, 2-1 W, 8-4 L, 6-5 W, 7-4 W, 4-1

North Alabama W, 9-6 Delta State L, 8-4 Nicholls State L, 9-3 St. Bernard W, 8-3 Troy University W, 5-3 Troy University W, 5-4 North Alabama L, 8-3 North Alabama W, 7-3 Birmingham Southern W, 1-0 1973 (21-14) Coach: Hoss Bowlin Arkansas State L, 5-2 Austin Peay W, 7-6 Austin Peay W, 4-1 Stillman W, 6-1 William Carey L, 7-2 Stillman W, 8-0 Troy University L, 2-0 Troy University L, 5-1 Cent. Methodist Co. W, 3-1 Cent. Methodist Co. W, 3-2 UAB W, 8-0 South Alabama L, 10-3 South Alabama L, 11-0 South Alabama L, 7-1 North Alabama W, 4-2 North Alabama W, 4-2 Birmingham Southern W, 5-3 Mississippi College W, 3-2 Mississippi College W, 8-1 Troy University W, 5-2 Troy University L, 3-2 UT-Martin L, 3-2 UT-Martin L, 8-5 Wisconsin-Stout W, 2-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 10-0 Jacksonville State L, 8-5 Jacksonville State W, 3-1 Jacksonville State L, 5-2 Jacksonville State L, 2-0 William Carey W, 1-0 North Alabama W, 2-1 North Alabama W, 8-4 Birmingham Southern L, 9-1 1974 (18-23) Montevallo W, 7-6 Montevallo W, 3-2 Huntingdon W, 6-5 Birmingham Southern L, 10, 9 Alabama W, 4-1 Alabama L, 3-1 Montevallo W, 8-2 Montevallo W, 6-1 Albion W, 2-0 Albion L, 4-1 Troy University L, 6-4 Troy University W, 11-6 Mississippi State W, 3-2 Mississippi State L, 2-1 Quinnapiac W, 8-0 Quinnapiac W, 4-1 Stillman L, 3-1 Jacksonville State L, 7-2 Jacksonville State L, 6-2 Cent. Methodist Co. W, 6-2 Jacksonville State L, 3-2 Jacksonville State L, 7-0


Results Stillman L, 3-1 William Carey W, 2-0 William Carey L, 2-1 North Alabama L, 6-5 North Alabama L, 3-0 South Alabama W, 4-2 South Alabama L, 21-7 South Alabama L, 15-0 South Alabama L, 6-3 William Carey W, 2-0 William Carey W, 3-1 North Alabama L, 5-1 North Alabama L, 4-2 UT-Martin L, 2-1 UT-Martin L, 4-0 Huntingdon W, 5-2 UT-Martin L, 5-2 UT-Martin L, 9-5 Birmingham Southern W, 5-4 1975 (24-17) Alabama Alabama William Carey William Carey Montevallo Montevallo Huntingdon Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout South Alabama South Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Mississippi State Mississippi State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Ill.-Benedictine Ill.-Benedictine Ill.-Benedictine Birmingham Southern Ill.-Benediction UT-Martin UT-Martin Mississippi College Mississippi College Stillman Birmingham Southern William Carey William Carey Stillman Jacksonville State Jacksonville State UT-Martin UT-Martin Montevallo Montevallo Troy University Troy University

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

1976 (33-16-1) Alabama Alabama Montevallo Montevallo

W, 10-5 L, 8-0 W, 6-0 L, 9-7

Kentucky State W, 4-3 Montevallo W, 4-3 Montevallo W, 7-2 Wisconsin-Stout W, 19-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 4-3 Wisconsin-Stout W, 8-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 3-2 Mississippi State L, 4-3 Mississippi State W, 14-3 William Carey W, 10-6 William Carey L, 9-0 UT-Martin W, 8-2 UT-Martin W, 9-5 Troy W, 7-4 Troy W,7-4 Jacksonville State L, 6-3 Jacksonville State L, 9-0 William Carey L, 5-0 William Carey W, 4-2 Huntingdon W, 8-6 North Alabama W, 1-0 North Alabama W, 8-5 Jacksonville State L, 3-1 Jacksonville State W, 3-2 Stillman W, 5-3 North Alabama L, 10-9 North Alabama T, 11-11 ^ Mississippi College W, 17-8 Mississippi College W, 4-3 Troy L, 4-2 Troy L, 6-5 Memphis W, 9-8 UT-Martin L, 5-4 UT-Martin W, 6-4 Arkansas State W, 7-4 Arkansas State W, 3-1 Nicholls State W, 7-4 # Southeastern Louisiana L, 11-4# Jacksonville State W, 4-3 # Southeastern Louisiana L, 5-4 # Southeastern Louisiana W, 5-4 # Cal Pol-Pomona W, 6-5 $ Southern Illinois L, 11-4 $ Southeast Missouri St. L, 9-7 $ ^ Called after 7 inn.(darkness) # NCAA D II South Regional $ NCAA D II World Series 1977 (16-22) Montevallo Montevallo Birmingham Southern Mississippi Mississippi Montevallo Montevallo Illinois-Benedictine St. Francis Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Stillman North Alabama North Alabama Troy Troy

L, 4-1 W, 16-5 L, 5-3 L, 9-2 L, 15-1 L, 7-5 W, 3-2 W, 21-0 W, 10-7 W, 9-2 W, 13-1 W, 6-0 W, 8-2 L, 9-5 W, 5-4 L, 8-7 L, 5-3 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 W, 5-2

Huntingdon Auburn Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Stillman Troy Troy UT-Martin UT-Martin Huntingdon Alabama Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Auburn-Montgomery Auburn-Montgomery UT-Martin UT-Martin

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

# Lost by Forfeit 1978 (29-18-1) Alabama L, 5-4 Alabama L, 5-3 Birmingham Southern W, 3-2 Huntingdon W, 12-7 Mississippi L, 4-3 Mississippi L, 8-1 Illinois-Benedictine W, 8-0 Illinois-Benedictine W, 5-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 15-2 Wisconsin-Stout W, 15-6 Wisconsin-Stout W, 6-5 Wisconsin-Stout W, 9-7 St. Francis W, 8-1 St. Francis W, 4-2 St. Francis W, 3-2 St. Francis T, 1-1# Jacksonville State L, 3-1 Jacksonville State W, 11-7 UT-Martin W, 4-3 UT-Martin W, 3-2 Montevallo L, 4-2 Montevallo W, 11-6 Auburn L, 13-9 North Alabama L, 5-4 North Alabama L, 11-8 Southern Mississippi W, 6-5 Troy W, 7-4 Troy W, 7-2 Montevallo W,9-1 Montevallo L, 10-6 UT-Martin W, 15-6 UT-Martin L, 5-4 Birmingham Southern L, 5-2 North Alabama W, 9-2 North Alabama L, 6-1 Southern Mississippi W, 12-10 Stillman W, 7-5 Jacksonville State W, 1-0 Jacksonville State W, 4-3 William Carey L, 6-5 William Carey L, 12-1 Troy L, 8-7 Troy W, 10-7 William Carey W, 5-0 William Carey W, 9-3 Southeastern Louisiana L, 12-8 ^ Troy University W, 4-2 ^ Delta State L, 8-2 ^

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# Called after 6 inn. (rain) ^ GSC Playoffs 1979 (34-20) UAB W, 1-0 UAB L, 3-1 Mississippi State L, 7-1 Mississippi State L, 15-7 Mississippi L, 6-3 Southern Mississippi W, 3-2 Southern Mississippi W, 2-1 William Carey L, 6-0 William Carey W, 11-8 Wisconsin-Stout W, 13-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 2-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 1-0 Wisconsin-Stout W, 13-1 St. Francis W, 3-2 St. Francis L, 4-3 St. Francis W, 3-2 St. Francis W, 6-3 Union College W, 19-1 Union College W, 8-4 Jacksonville State L, 2-1 Jacksonville St. L, 3-1 Alabama W, 4-1 Alabama L, 5-4 Alabama State W, 4-0 Alabama State W, 11-2 UAB L, 2-1 UAB L, 5-4 Huntingdon W, 1-0 Huntingdon W, 6-5 North Alabama W, 2-1 North Alabama W, 5-2 Southern Mississippi W, 7-1 Southern Mississippi L, 2-1 Stillman W, 6-5 Troy W, 2-1 Troy L, 5-0 UT-Martin W, 3-2 UT-Martin W, 8-1 Alabama State W, 5-3 Alabama State W, 6-1 Jacksonville St. W, 4-3 Jacksonville St. L, 2-0 William Carey L, 2-1 William Carey W, 2-1 Troy W, 3-2 Troy W, 4-0 UT-Martin W, 2-0 UT-Martin W, 7-5 Auburn L, 8-0 Nicholls St. L, 10-2 # Troy W, 10-5 # Delta State L, 5-1 # Delta State L, 12-3 ^ Troy L, 1-0 ^ # GSC Tournament ^ NCAA South Regional 1980 (18-22) Alabama Mississippi St. Ole Miss Ole Miss Huntingdon Huntingdon

W, 3-2 L, 6-4 L, 6-5 L, 8-1 L, 13-9 W, 5-4


Results Birmingham Southern W, 3-2 William Carey L, 6-5 William Carey L, 13-8 Delta State L, 5-0 Delta State W, 3-2 Delta State L, 5-1 UAB L, 5-2 UAB W,5-3 UT-Martin W, 10-0 UT-Martin L, 6-3 UT-Martin W, 6-5 Southern Mississippi W, 6-5 Southern Mississippi W, 11-8 Birmingham So. L, 9-2 Miss. College L, 7-0 Miss. College L, 6-5 UAB W, 11-10 Mississippi St. L, 3-2 North Alabama W, 5-4 North Alabama W, 8-7 North Alabama W, 15-3 SE Louisiana W, 8-3 Stillman W, 7-1 Montevallo L, 7-1 Montevallo L, 7-3 Stillman W, 12-0 Alabama W, 3-2 Jacksonville St. L, 3-2 Jacksonville St. L, 10-0 Jacksonville St. W, 4-3 Troy University L, 5-3 Troy University L, 2-0 Montevallo L, 6-1 Montevallo L, 6-3 1981 (32-28) Mississippi St. Ole Miss Ole Miss So. Mississippi So. Mississippi Spring Hill Spring Hill Freed-Hardeman Freed-Hardeman Auburn Birmingham So. Freed-Hardeman Freed-Hardeman Delta State Delta State Delta State Wisconsin-Stout Ill.-Benedictine Ill.-Benedictine Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Mississippi St. North Alabama North Alabama Huntingdon Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Troy University Troy University Miss. College Miss. College So. Mississippi So. Mississippi

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

Miles College William Carey William Carey Montevallo Montevallo Stillman Stillman Troy University Troy University Huntingdon Miss. College Miss. College William Carey UAB Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. North Alabama North Alabama Miles College Miss. College Delta State UT-Martin Jacksonville State Troy University Montevallo Birmingham So.

L, 5-2 L, 4-3 L, 5-0 L, 17-6 L, 8-6 W, 4-0 W, 4-3 L, 8-2 L, 1-0 L, 5-0 L, 10-1 W, 6-1 L, 9-6 W, 4-3 W, 6-2 W, 7-6 W, 7-4 L, 5-4 W, 9-0 $ W, 3-1 ^ L, 8-1 ^ W, 6-1 ^ W, 13-12 ^ L, 19-7 ^ W, 5-4 W, 4-1

# Lost by Forfeit $ Won by Forfeit ^ GSC Tournament 1982 (25-26) William Carey W, 3-1 William Carey L, 4-3 Mississippi St. L, 12-7 Delta State L, 11-0 Freed-Hardeman W, 15-1 Freed-Hardeman W, 7-3 Wisconsin-Stout W, 5-1 Ill.-Benedictine W, 3-1 Ill.-Benedictine L, 4-2 Wisconsin-Stout W, 9-3 Wisconsin-Stout W, 11-8 Ill.-Benedictine W, 6-3 Miss. College W, 8-1 Miss. College W, 5-1 West Florida W, 13-4 West Florida L, 6-0 Spring Hill L, 6-2 Spring Hill L, 2-0 So. Mississippi W, 6-4 So. Mississippi W, 2-0 Spring Hill W, 8-1 Spring Hill W, 7-6 Troy University L, 2-0 Troy University W, 5-1 UAB L, 12-6 Miss. College L, 7-3 Miss. College L, 8-0 William Carey L, 11-1 William Carey L, 6-3 Delta State W, 5-0 Delta State L, 16-3 Delta State L, 16-6 Nicholls St. L, 4-2 Mississippi St. L, 5-2 Stillman L, 11-6 North Alabama W, 2-0 North Alabama W, 9-3

Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Troy University Troy University Troy University Miss. College Delta State Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Auburn

L, 7-4 W, 4-3 L, 20-4 L, 6-5 L, 6-5 L, 6-5 L, 8-5 # W, 11-3 # L, 17-8 # L, 10-2 W, 8-4 W, 3-2 W, 4-0 L, 13-9

# GSC Tournament 1983 (12-18) Ole Miss Mississippi St. Samford Samford Valdosta State Valdosta State Montevallo Mississippi St. Delta State North Alabama Stillman Miss. College Miss. College Huntingdon Samford Samford Stillman Birmingham So. Troy University Troy University Alabama UAB Birmingham So. William Carey William Carey Montevallo Miss. College Miss. College William Carey William Carey

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

1984 (14-28) So. Mississippi So. Mississippi William Carey William Carey Mississippi St. North Alabama North Alabama Montevallo William Carey William Carey Ole Miss Huntingdon Huntingdon Troy University Troy University Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Auburn Mississippi St. Delta State

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

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Delta State Miss. College Miss. College Samford Samford Stillman Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Stillman Samford Samford Troy University Troy University Belhaven UAB Huntingdon UAB Belhaven So. Mississippi So. Mississippi Miss. College Valdosta State

L, 13-5 W, 11-10 L, 17-4 W, 10-7 W, 10-0 W, 7-5 L, 18-0 L, 10-3 L, 8-6 L, 5-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-5 L, 7-1 L, 4-1 W, 4-2 L, 7-5 L, 9-7 L, 11-6 W, 5-4 W, 10-6 L, 11-2 # L, 9-2 #

# GSC So. Division Tourney 1985 (16-41) Delta State Delta State Ole Miss Ole Miss Mississippi St. Huntingdon Huntingdon Birmingham So. Birmingham So. Christian Bros. Christian Bros. Samford Samford Huntingdon Huntingdon Birmingham So. Birmingham So. North Alabama North Alabama UAB North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama UAB Mississippi St. Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Montevallo Montevallo Miss. College Delta State Delta State Troy University Samford Samford William Carey William Carey Miss. College So. Mississippi So. Mississippi Montevallo

L , 4-0 L, 5-0 W, 5-4 L, 15-0 L, 26-4 L, 5-0 L, 6-5 L, 6-0 L, 12-7 W, 8-4 W, 2-1 W, 6-1 W, 3-0 L, 10-1 L, 17-2 L, 8-1 L, 4-3 L, 11-2 L, 12-3 L, 18-5 L, 9-0 L, 11-3 L, 6-3 L, 11-0 L, 5-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 7-6 L, 8-7 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 L, 10-2 L, 10-1 W, 5-4 L, 9-1 L, 5-4 L, 5-4 W, 4-1 L, 2-1 W, 12-3 W, 8-3 L, 16-3 L, 12-6


Results Montevallo Troy University Troy University Troy University Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Auburn William Carey So. Mississippi So. Mississippi #Troy University #Valdosta State

L, 6-5 L, 3-0 L, 11-5 L, 19-7 L, 7-5 L, 7-1 L, 12-7 W, 9-2 L, 3-2 L, 14-8 L, 7-3 L, 6-3

# GSC So. Division Tourney 1986 (19-34) Samford W, 8-6 Mississippi St. L, 13-4 UAB L, 7-2 Montevallo L, 10-0 Montevallo L, 16-7 So. Mississippi L, 4-3 Birmingham So. L, 11-8 William Carey L, 9-2 William Carey L, 11-8 Ferris State W, 15-13 Ferris State W, 8-5 Faulkner L, 8-6 Miss. College L, 3-2 Miss. College W, 3-2 Delta State L, 7-0 Delta State L, 8-9 Wisconsin-Stout W, 13-11 Wisconsin-Stout W, 3-0 Wisconsin-Stout L, 13-8 Wisconsin-Stout L, 12-10 Wisconsin-Stout W, 4-3 Wisconsin-Stout L, 11-5 Mississippi St. L, 9-3 Chicago State W, 9-8 Chicago State W, 9-5 Delta State L, 19-5 Delta State L, 7-4 Kalamazoo W, 10-0 Kalamazoo W, 10-0 Kalamazoo W, 19-1 Stillman W, 10-6 Jacksonville St. L, 12-8 Jacksonville St. L, 2-1 Samford L, 4-1 So. Mississippi L, 10-7 Stillman W, 19-7 Huntingdon L, 15-5 William Carey L, 14-7 William Carey L, 14-1 Birmingham So. L, 3-0 Birmingham So. L, 5-2 Miss. College W, 14-4 Miss. College L, 11-9 Montevallo W, 16-5 Montevallo W, 6-4 Jacksonville St. W, 4-3 Jacksonville St. L, 6-5 UAB L, 14-6 #Valdosta State L, 10-5 #Miss. College W, 16-6 #Valdosta State L, 17-3 So. Mississippi L, 5-4 So. Mississippi L, 10-8 # GSC So. Division Tourney

1987 (26-23-1) Coach: Rick Patterson Faulkner W, 9-1 Union University W, 15-5 So. Mississippi L, 12-4 So. Mississippi W, 11-5 Montevallo W, 7-3 Faulkner W, 7-4 Faulkner L, 12-13 Mississippi St L, 9-8 North Alabama W, 6-3 North Alabama L, 6-3 Wisconsin-Stout W, 7-2 SE Missouri W, 9-0 SE Missouri L, 5-0 Wisconsin-Stout W, 7-3 Wisconsin-Stout W, 8-1 Wisconsin-Stout W, 3-0 William Carey L, 8-2 North Alabama W, 3-1 North Alabama L, 7-2 Baldwin-Wallace W, 5-4 Baldwin-Wallace W, 4-3 Baldwin-Wallace W, 7-0 Delta State W, 3-1 Delta State W, 2-1 Miss. College L, 3-2 Miss. College W, 3-2 Birmingham So. L, 8-0 Birmingham So. T, 5-5 Delta State L, 4-3 Delta State L, 8-2 Montevallo L, 10-4 Montevallo L, 13-2 Mississippi St. L, 10-5 UT-Martin L, 21-14 UT-Martin W, 5-4 Aub.-Montgomery L, 1-0 Aub.-Montgomery L, 5-4 Samford W, 10-2 Samford W, 12-2 Union University L, 11-10 UT-Martin L, 5-3 UT-Martin W, 8-3 Miss. College W, 2-1 Miss. College W, 9-8 Huntingdon L, 10-9 So. Mississippi L, 5-4 So. Mississippi L, 2-1 Aub.-Montgomery W, 15-3 Aub.-Montgomery W, 13-3 Troy University L, 11-7 1988 (24-18) Coach: Bob Browning Samford Birmingham So. Miss. College Miss. College Jackson State Jackson State UT-Martin UT-Martin Mississippi St. Faulkner Montevallo Montevallo So. Mississippi So. Mississippi

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

Montevallo L, 10-7 Delta State L, 6-5 Delta State L, 4-2 William Carey W, 8-2 William Carey L, 4-3 UAB W, 4-2 North Alabama L, 8-0 North Alabama W, 4-2 Louisiana Tech L, 6-0 Cal-St. Sacramento W, 5-3 Columbus State L, 3-2 Miss. College W, 1-0 Miss. College W, 5-2 Ole Miss L, 5-2 Birmingham So. L, 5-3 Birmingham So. W, 5-3 UT-Martin W, 8-2 UT-Martin L, 5-3 Aub.-Montgomery W, 15-7 Aub.-Montgomery W, 7-4 Faulkner W, 14-6 Faulkner W, 8-2 William Carey W, 15-7 Mississippi St. L, 8-3 North Alabama L, 8-6 North Alabama W, 11-8 #Jacksonville St. L, 11-6 #Troy University L, 20-8 # GSC Tournament 1989 (12-28-1) Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Miss. College Miss. College Mississippi St. Huntingdon Huntingdon William Carey William Carey So. Mississippi So. Mississippi Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout Delta State Delta State North Alabama North Alabama Samford Ole Miss Miss. College Miss. College #Samford Columbus State Columbus State UT-Martin UT-Martin Belhaven Belhaven Jacksonville St. Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Mississippi St. William Carey William Carey Birmingham So. Delta State Delta State Montevallo

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L, 7-4 L, 6-3 L, 5-4 W, 16-5 L, 11-7 L, 3-1 L, 8-4 L, 8-3 L, 6-4 L, 8-9 L, 5-0 W, 7-5 L, 8-5 L, 18-5 L, 8-6 L, 2-0 L, 3-2 W, 9-4 L, 7-4 L, 8-7 W, 7-2 T, 2-2 L, 13-2 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 L, 3-1 L, 11-8 L, 22-8 W, 12-1 L, 5-3 L, 17-1 W, 8-1 W, 5-3 W, 4-1 L, 8-7 L, 10-3 W, 8-6

Montevallo North Alabama North Alabama

L, 6-3 L, 5-1 L, 9-1

# Called after 6 1/2 (rain) 1990 (30-24) Coach: Mark Hogan #U. of Mobile #U. of Mobile Huntingdon Huntingdon Faulkner Faulkner Miss. College Miss. College Samford Birmingham So. Birmingham So. UT-Martin UT-Martin Birmingham So. Birmingham So. Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Huntingdon Huntingdon Delta State Delta State Samford Faulkner Faulkner North Alabama North Alabama Belhaven Belhaven William Carey Miss. College Miss. College Troy University Troy University William Carey UT-Martin UT-Martin Spring Hill Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery U. of Mobile U. of Mobile Montevallo Delta State Delta State Belhaven Belhaven Montevallo Montevallo North Alabama North Alabama Mississippi St. ^Troy University ^Jacksonville St. ^Troy University

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

# Lost by Forfeit ^ GSC Tournament 1991 (32-13-1) William Carey Mobile Mobile

L, 4-3 W, 8-1 W, 11-4


Results Talladega Coll. Miss. College Miss. College Birmingham So. Aub.-Montgomery Miles College Miles College UT-Martin UT-Martin Talladega Coll. West Florida West Florida Lincoln Univ. Lincoln Univ. Ole Miss Delta State Delta State Huntingdon Huntingdon Mississippi St. North Alabama North Alabama Montevallo Selma University Selma University Miss. College Miss. College Montevallo Samford Birmingham So. UT-Martin UT-Martin Faulkner Faulkner William Carey Aub.-Montgomery Selma University Selma University Delta State Delta State Samford North Alabama North Alabama 1992 (37-25) West Florida West Florida William Carey Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Samford U. of Mobile U. of Mobile Faulkner Faulkner Huntingdon Huntingdon Belhaven Birmingham So. Huntingdon Huntingdon Birmingham So. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Samford Mississippi St. West Georgia West Georgia Montevallo

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

Montevallo U. of Mobile U. of Mobile Delta State Delta State Delta State William Carey Belhaven North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama West Florida Montevallo Troy University Troy University Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Delta State Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Samford Samford Delta State North Alabama Delta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Columbus State North Alabama North Alabama Mansfield Univ. Sacred Heart Cal-Poly SLO

W, 6-5 W, 5-3 W, 5-2 L, 6-1 W, 3-2 W, 7-5 W, 13-6 W, 20-9 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 L, 6-1 W, 7-5 W, 5-2 L, 5-4 L, 5-4 L, 4-3 L, 11-10 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 5-3 W, 2-1 W, 5-4 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 L, 4-2 W, 13-7 L, 5-4# W, 10-4# W, 10-5# W, 6-3# W, 12-4# W, 10-8* W, 10-2* W, 7-3* L, 4-l^ W, 7-6^ L, 6-2^

# GSC Tournament * NCAA So. Cent. Regional ^ NCAA D II World Series 1993 (22-26) Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery Huntingdon Huntingdon Samford Talladega Coll. Talladega Coll. Birmingham So. Troy University Troy University Univ. of Tampa Univ. of Tampa Columbus State Lindsey Wilson Lindsey Wilson Lindsey Wilson Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Birmingham So. Montevallo William Carey Delta State Delta State

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

West Florida Belhaven North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Huntingdon Huntingdon William Carey Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Montevallo Mississippi St. Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Valdosta State Jacksonville St. Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State

W, 6-4 W, 17-2 L, 8-7 L, 12-3 W, 3-2 L, 10-6 L, 3-0 L, 7-0 L, 3-2 L, 2-1 W, 10-3 W, 20-1 L, 9-5 W, 10-9 W, 10-1 L, 10-9 L, 7-2# L, 10-5# L, 5-3 W, 10-3 W, 6-2

# GSC Tournament 1994 (34-22-1) Huntingdon West Florida Delta State Delta State Delta State Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Southern Ind. West Georgia Trevecca Nazarene Trevecca Nazarene Birmingham So. Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Campbellsville Central Oklahoma Campbellsville Central Oklahoma North Alabama Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Huntingdon Delta State Delta State Aub.-Montgomery Montevallo Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Samford Birmingham So. William Carey West Florida Aub.-Montgomery Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Montevallo Belhaven Mississippi St. Henderson State Henderson State

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

Henderson State William Carey Valdosta State Delta State Valdosta State Delta State Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State

W, 5-4 L, 6-5 W, 4-3# L, 13-4# W, 9-2# L, 9-7# L, 6-2 L, 12-3 W, 3-2 L, 6-3 L, 6-4 L, 6-4

# GSC Tournament 1995 (28-26) Coach: Mark Smartt West Florida Aub.-Montgomery West Florida Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Talladega Coll. Huntingdon William Carey Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Birmingham So. Berry College West Georgia West Georgia Jacksonville St. Selma University Selma University Delta State Delta State Delta State Columbus State Columbus State Central Oklahoma Central Oklahoma Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Belhaven West Georgia West Georgia William Carey Miss. College Miss. College Miss. College Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Montevallo U. of Mobile Belhaven Huntingdon Alabama Alabama Delta State Delta State Delta State North Alabama Delta State North Alabama

L, 4-3 L, 7-0 W, 5-3 L, 4-3 W, 2-0 W, 21-1 L, 9-4 L, 4-3 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 L, 7-4 W, 5-2 W, 6-5 L, 3-2 W, 5-1 L, 4-3 W, 8-5 W, 13-2 L, 4-3 L, 7-5 W, 1-0 W, 4-3 L, 7-6 L, 11-2 W, 9-5 W, 9-3 W, 4-3 W, 9-6 W, 6-3 W, 18-2 L, 6-2 L, 6-5 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 6-2 L, 5-2 L, 14-2 L, 4-2 W, 3-0 W, 6-1 W, 3-0 W, 15-12 W, 5-4 L, 5-1 L, 12-4 L, 6-4 L, 4-3 L, 3-1 L, 3-2 L, 10-0 L, 17-1 W, 6-2 L, 9-4


Results Birmingham So. 1996 (22-32) Selma University Selma University Huntingdon Selma University Lambuth Lambuth Belhaven Delta State Delta State Delta State LeMoyne-Owen LeMoyne-Owen Kennesaw State Georgia State LaGrange Coll. Birmingham So. West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Alabama A&M Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Birmingham So Lane College Lane College Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Columbus State Columbus State North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Aub.-Montgomery Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo William Carey Huntingdon West Florida West Florida West Florida Miss. College Belhaven Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Aub.-Montgomery Montevallo Montevallo Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State 1997 (29-24) Columbus State Columbus State Huntingdon Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Miles College Delta State Delta State Delta State LeMoyne-Owen

W, 13-9 W, 7-3 W, 9-8 W, 7-1 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 L, 3-1 L, 9-4 L, 2-1 L, 3-2 L, 5-3 W, 8-2 L, 7-5 L, 3-2 L, 15-1 W, 15-4 L, 18-2 W, 9-6 W, 4-3 W, 10-4 W, 8-3 L, 13-1 L, 3-1 L, 13-0 L, 6-4 W, 23-0 W, 23-0 W, 3-2 L, 5-2 W, 12-3 L, 5-2 L, 7-3 L, 2-0 L, 6-3 L, 4-2 L, 7-2 W, 2-1 W, 6-5 L, 6-1 W, 11-5 L, 8-5 W, 2-1 L, 6-5 L, 5-2 W, 8-7 L, 3-2 L, 4-0 L, 7-5 L, 5-4 L, 7-5 L, 4-3 W, 6-0 L, 6-3 L, 4-3 W, 10-9 L, 8-4 L, 3-1 W, 9-5 W, 6-4 L, 10-7 W, 16-8 W, 23-7 W, 14-13 W, 3-2 L, 6-3 W, 14-0

LeMoyne-Owen Loyola (La.) Faulkner Faulkner Birmingham So. Miles College West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Belhaven William Carey Carson-Newman Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Birmingham So. North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Alabama A&M Aub.-Montgomery Faulkner Montevallo Montevallo Huntingdon William Carey West Florida West Florida West Florida Belhaven Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Alabama Alabama Columbus State Columbus State Kennesaw State Kennesaw State

W, 10-2 W, 11-2 W, 8-7 W, 2-0 W, 11-3 W, 26-3 L, 2-1 L, 8-4 L, 11-6 L, 12-1 L, 8-6 L, 5-2 W, 12-4 L, 13-12 W, 16-5 W, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 8-7 L, 8-7 W, 8-4 W, 5-4 L, 12-3 W, 9-8 L, 9-6 L, 7-2 W, 11-5 W, 13-6 W, 9-2 L, 6-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-6 L, 7-5 W, 18-7 L, 9-7 L, 3-2 L, 12-2 L, 10-9 L, 15-4 W, 7-6 W, 4-1 L, 9-7 W, 15-8

1998 (28-27) Columbus State Columbus State Huntingdon Martin Methodist Martin Methodist Martin Methodist U. of Mobile Talladega Coll. Martin Methodist Martin Methodist Birmingham So. Delta State Delta State Delta State William Carey Belhaven Faulkner Stillman Huntingdon North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Concordia Concordia Alabama Lincoln Memorial

L, 10-1 L, 5-2 L, 8-5 L, 14-11 W, 4-3 L, 9-1 L, 9-4 W, 15-3 W, 6-2 W, 12-6 W, 9-7 L, 8-4 L, 22-2 L, 14-2 L, 10-5 L, 6-4 L, 4-2 W, 26-1 W, 11-7 L, 10-3 W, 8-4 L, 7-3 W, 17-5 W, 4-3 L, 15-4 L, 25-8

Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Belhaven West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia U. of Mobile Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville William Carey West Florida West Florida West Florida Alabama A&M Alabama A&M Montevallo Montevallo Birmingham So. Talladega Coll. Talladega Coll. Alabama A&M Alabama A&M Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Aub.-Montgomery Concordia Concordia 1999 (30-25) Faulkner Faulkner Talladega Coll. Columbus State Columbus State Aub.-Montgomery Martin Methodist Martin Methodist Martin Methodist Martin Methodist William Carey Kentucky St. Kentucky St. Kentucky St. Concordia Concordia LeMoyne-Owen LeMoyne-Owen U. of Mobile Rust College Rust College Talladega Coll. Talladega Coll. Birmingham So. North Alabama North Alabama Alabama Belhaven Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Birmingham So. West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Aub.-Montgomery Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville U. of Mobile

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W, 4-3 W, 10-3 W, 7-3 W, 8-6 L, 11-4 L, 11-5 W, 4-3 L, 15-7 L, 1-0 W, 9-7 L, 9-3 L, 14-2 L, 20-2 L, 14-3 W, 7-6 W, 13-1 L, 11-10 W, 9-2 W, 10-9 W, 5-3 W, 12-8 W, 12-2 W, 24-3 L, 4-3 W, 13-3 W, 9-6 L, 17-7 W, 7-6 W, 6-3 W, 20-4 W, 4-3 L, 15-11 L, 3-2 L, 9-6 W, 15-4 W, 23-7 L, 4-1 L, 6-5 W, 4-0 W, 10-9 W, 15-7 W, 10-2 W, 13-0 W, 6-4 W, 15-0 W, 22-9 W, 14-6 L, 14-4 W, 26-0 W, 18-1 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 L, 9-8 L, 8-5 L, 7-0 L, 4-2 L, 13-12 W, 7-6 L, 11-10 L, 6-4 L, 10-9 L, 8-2 W, 8-6 L, 7-2 L, 7-1 L, 10-4 W, 6-5 L, 10-4

William Carey West Florida West Florida West Florida Concordia Concordia Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Concordia Concordia Belhaven Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Concordia

W, 5-4 W, 6-5 L, 4-3 W, 11-10 W, 22-3 W, 10-6 L, 14-9 L, 4-0 W, 9-8 W, 8-6 W, 7-1 W, 8-3 L, 12-0 W, 8-4 W, 9-8 W, 11-4

2000 (27-29) Columbus State Columbus State Faulkner Aub.-Montgomery Talladega Coll. Talladega Coll.. Martin Methodist William Carey Ark.-Monticello Ark.-Monticello Ark.-Monticello Columbus State Columbus State Concordia Concordia LeMoyne-Owen LeMoyne-Owen Belhaven Delta State Delta State Delta State Birmingham So. Concordia So. Arkansas So. Arkansas So. Arkansas Stillman Miles College West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Birmingham So. Miles College Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Aub.-Montgomery Belhaven Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Stillman Faulkner Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial West Florida West Florida

W, 8-7 W, 15-7 W, 7-4 L, 7-4 W, 10-0 W, 12-1 W, 8-6 L, 11-0 W, 10-5 L, 14-11 W, 6-5 W, 11-6 L, 14-5 W, 3-2 W, 11-1 L, 5-1 W, 5-11 L, 14-4 W, 18-10 L, 7-3 L, 12-10 L, 6-2 W, 15-3 W, 8-4 W, 7-3 L, 16-5 W, 22-2 W, 17-5 L, 6-0 W, 6-4 W, 11-5 W, 9-8 W, 12-2 L, 11-1 L, 7-3 L, 13-4 L, 7-0 L, 5-4 L, 4-1 W, 11-6 W, 5-3 L, 20-3 L, 10-4 L, 8-2 W, 17-8 W, 17-5 W, 4-3 L, 5-2 W, 8-1 W, 7-1 L, 10-6 L, 8-3


Results West Florida Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville

L, 4-3 L, 8-7 L, 15-8 L, 7-6

2001 (25-25) Coach: Gary Rundles Columbus State Columbus State Aub.-Montgomery Faulkner Aub.-Montgomery U. of Mobile Birmingham So. Belhaven Belhaven William Carey Belhaven Belhaven Columbus State Columbus State Concordia Concordia Miles College Miles College LeMoyne-Owen LeMoyne-Owen West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Faulkner Georgia College Georgia College Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Birmingham So. North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Concordia Concordia Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Alabama West Florida West Florida West Florida William Carey Birmingham So. Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville

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

2002 (18-35) So. Arkansas So. Arkansas So. Arkansas Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Aub.-Montgomery Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian

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

William Carey Delta State Delta State Delta State Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Faulkner Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Jacksonville St. Aub.-Montgomery West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Austin Peay Austin Peay Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State LeMoyne-Owen LeMoyne-Owen North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Faulkner West Florida West Florida West Florida Mississippi St. Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville

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

2003 (31-24) So. Arkansas So. Arkansas So. Arkansas William Carey Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Clark-Atlanta Clark-Atlanta Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian Faulkner Delta State Delta State Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Aub.-Montgomery Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Abilene Christian Kennesaw State West Georgia

L, 7-4 W, 7-5 L, 6-4 W, 8-6 L, 7-5 L, 5-1 W, 7-4 W, 10-2 W, 8-1 L, 6-3 W, 5-3 L, 5-4 W, 9-7 W, 8-2 L, 3-0 W, 6-5 L, 2-1 W, 4-0 L, 6-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-2 W, 8-4 W, 16-2 L, 8-4 L, 4-2 W, 7-6

West Georgia West Georgia Ark.-Monticello Ark.-Monticello Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Arkansas Tech Arkansas Tech Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Stillman West Florida West Florida West Florida Stillman Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville

W, 6-5 W, 7-9 L, 6-0 W, 10-2 W, 11-2 W, 9-5 L, 9-5 L, 6-4 W, 3-2 W, 12-5 L, 7-6 L, 6-5 L, 9-4 W, 9-7 W, 8-6 W, 3-0 L, 9-8 W, 7-6 W, 10-0 L, 10-4 W, 6-3 W, 15-10 L, 7-3 W, 2-1 L, 6-5 W, 17-4 W, 11-1 W, 6-2 L, 4-0

2004 (33-22) So. Arkansas So. Arkansas So. Arkansas Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas Aub.-Montgomery Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Delta State Delta State SE Oklahoma Stillman Stillman Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ark.-Monticello Ark.-Monticello Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Kennesaw State Miles College Miles College Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Valdosta State Valdosta State

W, 8-6 W, 6-0 L, 2-1 L, 13-6 W, 5-4 W, 3-2 L, 5-2 L, 8-3 W, 9-2 L, 15-13 W, 16-5 W, 4-2 W, 7-0 W, 8-2 L, 8-3 W, 10-9 W, 5-3 W, 6-2 W, 13-2 L, 3-0 L, 6-5 W, 11-7 W, 14-0 W, 6-2 W, 7-5 W, 4-1 L, 8-7 L, 10-1 W, 19-6 W, 5-2 L, 7-3 W, 10-7 W, 5-1 W, 19-2 W, 9-4 W, 11-8 L, 8-5 L, 13-5 W, 7-5

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Valdosta State West Florida West Florida West Florida Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial North Alabama William Carey West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Delta State Ala.-Huntsville West Florida So. Arkansas

L, 9-8 W, 8-7 L, 7-4 L, 5-4 W, 10-9 W, 21-10 L, 12-5 W, 7-1 W, 8-6 L, 9-8 W, 7-6 W, 12-6 W, 12-11# W, 5-4# W, 6-4# L, 7-3#

# GSC Tournament 2005 (45-19) Columbus State Columbus State Columbus State So. Arkansas Quincy Northern Kentucky Tusculum Miles College Miles College Henderson State Henderson State Henderson State Kennesaw State Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Aub.-Montgomery Tougaloo Tougaloo Delta State Delta State Delta State Bluefield State Stillman Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ouachita Bapt. Ark.-Monticello Ark.-Monticello Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Montevallo Montevallo Montevallo Valdosta State Valdosta State Valdosta State William Carey West Florida West Florida West Florida Stillman Stillman Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Concordia North Alabama North Alabama

L, 7-3 W, 7-5 L, 6-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 5-2 L, 14-3 W, 7-0 W, 1-0 W, 12-3 W, 11-6 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 W, 11-1 W, 7-2 W, 17-4 W, 24-0 W, 10-9 L, 9-2 L, 3-1 W, 8-1 W, 17-0 W, 10-4 W, 2-1 W, 7-0 W, 10-5 W, 12-2 W, 11-3 L, 7-3 W, 6-4 L, 7-6 W, 6-3 L, 12-4 W, 9-8 W, 2-1 W, 13-9 L, 9-8 L, 6-4 W, 7-0 L, 3-0 W, 8-2 W, 25-0 W, 5-3 W, 3-1 W, 12-3 W, 16-1 W, 7-2 L, 3-0


Results North Alabama Aub.-Montgomery Aub.-Montgomery West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia Arkansas Tech North Alabama Delta State Ark.-Monticello North Alabama North Alabama Delta State Central Oklahoma

L, 5-4 L, 16-6 W, 9-5 W, 10-0 W, 6-5 W, 11-4 W, 14-4# W, 9-5# W, 4-1# W, 7-4# L, 7-6# W, 9-4# L, 18-4^ L, 5-2^

# GSC Tournament ^ NCAA So. Cent. Regional 2006 (42-22, 15-6 GSC) William Carey W, 5-4 Columbus State W, 3-2 Columbus State L, 10-5 Columbus State W, 6-5 at Stillman W, 13-11 &UAH L, 4-2 &Tusculum W, 5-3 &Tusculum W, 11-3 &UAH W, 6-2 Miles W, 2-0 MILES W, 3-0 Ouachita Baptist W, 13-6 Ouachita Baptist W, 8-7 Ouachita Baptist W, 5-1 Arkansas Tech L, 9-7 Arkansas Tech W, 4-2 UAM L, 1-0 UAM W, 5-0 Delta State L, 7-2 Delta State L, 9-5 Delta State W, 3-2 William Carey W, 12-11 Ouachita Baptist W, 3-2 Ouachita Baptist L, 4-3 Ouachita Baptist W, 13-5 North Georgia W, 8-5 North Georgia L, 2-1 UAH W, 5-2 UAH W, 2-1 UAH W, 9-3 Miss. Valley St. W, 6-4 Montevallo L, 8-5 Montevallo W, 3-2 Montevallo L, 11-7 AUM L, 12-1 Stillman W, 8-2 Valdosta State W, 11-7 Valdosta State W, 6-5 Valdosta State W, 14-12 West Florida L, 13-6 West Florida W, 7-4 West Florida W, 6-5 UAH L, 3-1 Lincoln Memorial W, 7-3 Lincoln Memorial L, 6-1 Lincoln Memorial W, 29-4 Kennesaw State L, 5-3 North Alabama W, 3-0 North Alabama W, 4-3 North Alabama W, 4-3 Montevallo L, 10-6

West Georgia West Georgia West Georgia AUM !So. Arkansas !Delta State !Central Arkansas !So. Arkansas !West Florida !So. Arkansas ^vs. Montevallo ^vs Abilene Chr. ^vs Incarnate Word

W, 7-1 L, 3-0 W, 6-1 W, 8-3 L, 8-5 W, 4-3 W, 12-4 W, 5-3 W, 5-2 L, 6-5 L, 6-0 W, 8-4 L, 11-5

& = UWA Invitational ! = GSC Tournament ^ = NCAA Division II South Central Regional 2007 (41-16, 14-4 GSC) at Columbus State L, 5-2 at Columbus State W, 9-4 at Columbus State L, 12-4 at Stillman College W, 10-8 No. Georgia W, 4-2 No. Georgia L, 2-1 No. Georgia W, 2-1 at William Carey W, 7-4 So. Arkansas L, 12-6 So. Arkansas W, 7-4 So. Arkansas L, 7-3 AUM W, 5-4 at Arkansas Tech W, 8-7 at Arkansas Tech W, 12-4 at Arkansas Tech W, 9-5 Stillman W, 2-1 at Delta State L, 9-2 at Delta State L, 2-1 at Delta State L, 12-2 at AUM W, 9-2 Ark.-Monticello W, 8-2 Ark.-Monticello W, 5-2 Ark.-Monticello W, 7-0 UAH W, 2-1 UAH W, 3-1 UAH W, 8-2 vs. Delta State W, 5-1 at Montevallo W, 4-2 at Montevallo W, 7-2 at Montevallo L, 12-1 Henderson St. W, 7-3 Henderson St. W, 5- 2 Henderson St. W, 8- 4 Valdosta St. L, 5-2 Valdosta St. W, 3- 0 Valdosta St. W, 4- 2 Montevallo L, 8-5 at West Florida W, 12-2 at West Florida W, 10-5 at West Florida L, 12-6 Mars Hill W, 8- 1 Mars Hill W, 16-0 Mars Hill L, 11-1 at Loyola-N.O. W, 3-2 at Loyola-N.O. W, 14-5 at North Alabama L, 7-6 at North Alabama W, 5-0 at North Alabama W, 9-6 William Carey W, 13-4 West Georgia W, 11-3

West Georgia West Georgia vs. Arkansas Tech vs. West Florida vs. Montevallo vs. Delta State vs. West Florida

W, 5-4 W, 6-2 W, 4-1 ^ L, 5-4 ^ W, 4-1 ^ W, 5-4 ^ L, 6-1 ^

^ = GSC Tournament 2008 (45-13, 13-5 GSC) Columbus State W, 7-1 Columbus State W, 7-2 Columbus State W, 5-4 Georgia Southwestern L, 9-6 Georgia Southwestern W, 12-1 Georgia Southwestern W, 12-7 Georgia Southwestern W, 18-7 at William Carey L, 5-2 at William Carey W, 9-0 at Southern Arkansas L, 5-4 at Southern Arkansas W, 6-1 Aub. Montgomery W, 4-0 Arkansas Tech W, 8-4 Arkansas Tech W, 8-4 Arkansas Tech W, 12-1 Stillman W, 12-0 Delta State W, 10-3 Delta State L, 8-4 Delta State W, 12-11 UAM W, 20-6 UAM W, 9-8 Columbia Union W, 15-1 Columbia Union W, 10-3 Columbia Union W, 10-6 at UAH W, 11-2 at UAH W, 2-1 at UAH W, 3-2 vs. Delta State ! W, 7-5 Montevallo W, 12-2 Montevallo L, 2-1 Montevallo W, 14-13 Henderson State W, 8-2 Henderson State W, 6-5 Henderson State W, 12-6 at Valdosta State L, 5-1 at Valdosta State L, 3-1 at Valdosta State L, 8-7 at Aub. Montgomery W, 6-3 West Florida W, 13-3 West Florida W, 9-3 West Florida W, 7-2 Lambuth W, 12-9 William Carey W, 9-6 North Alabama W, 4-3 North Alabama L, 8-6 North Alabama W, 8-5 Stillman W, 8-1 Stillman W, 16-0 at West Georgia W, 13-9 at West Georgia W, 11-9 at West Georgia W, 19-4 at Stillman W, 14-0 at Stillman W, 19-0 vs. Ouachita Baptist % L, 7-1 vs. North Alabama % W, 11-5 vs. Valdosta State % L, 5-1 vs. Abilene Christian $ L, 8-7 vs. Delta State $ L, 9-7

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! - Trustmark Park (Pearl, Miss.) % - GSC Tournament $ - NCAA South Regional 2009 (36-12, 14-2 GSC) Columbus State W, 12-6 Columbus State W, 8-2 Ga. Southwestern L, 3-1 Ga. Southwestern W, 8-3 Ga. Southwestern W, 4-2 Ga. Southwestern W, 7-4 Tampa W, 10-3 Southern Arkansas L, 5-1 Tampa L, 7-2 Southern Arkansas W, 16-3 Ouachita Baptist L, 5-3 Ouachita Baptist L, 7-3 St. Joseph’s W, 6-5 St. Joseph’s W, 13-3 Stillman L, 10-9 Arkansas-Monticello W, 18-11 Arkansas-Monticello W, 4-3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 8-1 Arkansas-Monticello L, 9-3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 9-7 Columbia Union W, 15-9 William Carey W, 11-6 UAH W, 6-4 UAH W, 8-4 Delta State W, 8-4 & Montevallo W, 7-2 Montevallo W, 14-1 Montevallo W, 15-8 Valdosta State W, 5-1 Valdosta State W, 6-5 Valdosta State W, 12-11 Auburn Montgomery L, 7-6 West Florida L, 5-3 West Florida W, 9-1 West Florida W, 6-0 William Carey W, 12-9 Talladega W, 13-5 Talladega W, 11-2 Talladega W, 7-3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 11-6 Arkansas-Monticello W, 12-9 North Alabama L, 11-5 North Alabama W, 3-2 Stillman L, 10-8 Stillman W, 10-1 West Georgia W, 11-3 West Georgia W, 18-0 West Georgia W, 5-3 Ouachita Baptist W, 10-5 # Southern Arkansas L, 15-1 # Delta State L, 8-6 # Florida Southern L, 14-7 ^ Barry W, 14-9 ^ Southern Arkansas L, 13-9 ^ & - Trustmark Park (Pearl, Miss.) # - GSC Tournament ^ - NCAA South Regional


A

Aaron, Sonny (1956-57) Adams, Zane (2008-09) Addison, Noah (1971-72) Agee, Patrick (1998-00) Aguila, Hector (1994) Aikens, Hal (1965) Akins, John (1955-56) Akins, Kevin (1991-92) Alford, Wes (1993) Allen, Ed (1953) Allen, LeWayne (2002-03) Allen, Michael (2000-01) Alligood, Rusty (1994-95) Allums, Josh (2001, 03-06) Amedee, Trampas (1993-94) Anderson, Glen (1954) Anderson, Phillip (1985-86) Andrews, Glenn (1960) Armstrong, Anthony (1991) Armstrong, Clay (1999, 00-03) Ashley, John (2008-09) Aubey, Virgil (1952-53) Autry, Brandon (2002) Avalon, Michael (2004) Avans, Tres (2007-08) Ayala, Kelvin (2005)

B

Baca, Noel (2007) Bagley, Larry (1976) Ballard, Jamie (1994-96) Balog, Tyson (1997) Bankster, Rocky (1948-50) Banta, Tony (1987-88) Barbee, Darren (1985) Barefield, Jerry (1979) Barksdale, Shawn (2000) Barnett, Stephen (2006-07) Barron, David (1973-74) Barrs, Jimmy (1952) Barxfield, Carl (1931) Bauer, Terry (1990-92) Baxter, Matt (1994-96) Beard, Ken (1985) Bearden, Edgar (1979-80) Bearden, Ken (1982-84) Bearden, Mike (1981-84) Bearden, Tom (1981-84) Beck, Ken (1990) Bender, Don (1968-69) Beverly, Johnny (1975-77) Billings, Harold (1954) Birchfield, Billy (1982-85) Birchfield, Donnie (1984-86) Bishop, Bill (1981-82) Black, JB (2009-pres.)

All-Time Roster Black, Eddie (1989) Blevins, Rick (1974-75) Bobbit, Seth (1998) Boggs, Ronnie (1997-98) Boggs, Stan (1977-79) Bolden, Brent (2003-05) Bolding, Brown (1956-57) Boles, Brandon (2004-05) Bolton, Danny (1976) Bond, Horace (1951-52) Bonner, Brent (2007-pres.) Boswell, Larry (1956-57) Bowen, Gary (1971-72) Bowlin, Lance (1998) Bowlin, Parrish (1981) Bowlin, Scott (1980-83) Box, Dan (1948, 51-52) Boyd, Billy (1931) Boyd, Lee (2004-05) Boyette, Gary (1975) Boyette, Jerry (1980-81) Brabson, Damon (2005-06) Brace, Michael (1994) Bradford, Lewis (2003-05) Branson, Jeff (1986-88) Branson, Ladell (1985-87) Bridges, Michael (1986, 88) Britton, James (1975) Britton, T.C. (1952-56) Broad, Tommy (1985) Brown, Clint (2007-Pres.) Brown, Jimmy (1958) Brown, Daryl (2007) Brownlee, Billy (1977-79) Bruister, Lee (1996) Bruister, Roy (1966-68) Brune, Reese (1987) Bryant, Hugh (1956) Buckalew, Don (1971) Buckalew, Keith (1978-81) Bumgarner, Brent (2005-08.) Bumpers, Robert (1967) Buonocore, Jim (1957-59) Burgess, Brian (2007-Pres.) Burkhalter, Milford (1969-70) Burns, Kenny (1980-82) Burt, Terry (1959-60) Burton, Jack (1948) Burtram, Benny (1969-72) Busbee, Matt (2008) Busby, Gary (1975-78) Busby, Howard (1969) Butler, Kevin (1989) Byrd, Stephen (1997-98)

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C

Cain, Jim (1968-69) Cameron, Jeff (1993-96) Cameron, John (1993-94) Cameron, Winfred (1989) Campbell, Bill (1969) Campbell, Jeff (1964-67) Campbell, Willie (1995-96) Cannon, Jimmy (1973-760 Cannon, Micky (1969) Cardamone, Mike (2004-05) Carney, Bobby (1974-77) Carpenter, Bob (1971-72) Carroll, Jimmy (1962) Carter, Dustin (2003-2004) Carter, Michael (1989-90) Cartlidge, Jimmy (1965-66) Case, Chad (2001-02) Castleman, Patrick (2007-09) Caswell, John (1963) Chambless, Clint (2003-05) Chambless, Matt (2004-07) Champion, Chad (2000-02) Chastain, Willie (1950-52) Chastin, Gary (1964) Childers, Jerry (1989-90) Christensen, Raymond (1959-60) Ciuffa, Matt (1996-97) Clark, Bob (1971) Clark, Casey (1993-96) Clark, Jason (2002-03) Clark, Travis (1958-60) Clark, Will (1988) Clark, William (1980-83) Claybrook, Scott (2001-02) Clayton, Derrick (1991) Cleaver, Steve (1986) Coats, Andy (1971) Cobb, Sledge (1931) Cockrell, Jimmy (1998-99) Coggins, Tommy (1963-65) Cohen, Rock (1962-63) Colley, Warren (1979) Colyar, Rick (1990) Cook, Bill (1998-99) Cook, Daniel (2002-03) Cooper, Chuck (1971) Cooper, Jack (1969) Cooper, Jordan (1958-59) Cooper, Reginald (1958-59) Cooper, Teddy (1948) Copeland, Shawn (1995) Corbett, Bryant (1988) Corbin, Kenneth (1964-66) Cornelius, Howard (1959) Cornelius, Teddy (1962-63)


All-Time Roster Cotten, Frant 91958) Cottingham, Gary (1971-74) Cotton, David (1951-54) Coward, Corey (2006-07) Cranford, Budy (1956) Cravey, Barry (1966) Crawford, William (2005-06) Creighton, Matthew (2005-06) Crocker, Bobby (1956) Croom, Kevin (2003) Crothers, K.C. (1994-95) Crune, Don (1980) Culp, Robin (1997-00) Culp, Woody (1986-89) Cummings, George (1963)

D

Dacus, Delane (1972) Dahlberg, Rob (2005-09) Dalton, Stuart (1985-86) Daniels, Bobby (1956-57) Daniels, Jerry (1968) Daniels, Kenny (1989-90) Daprano, Bill (1953) Davis, Derrick (1991-92) Davis, DeShon (1991-92) Davis, James (1964) Davis, Keith (1989-90) Davis, Raymond (1980-83) Deavours, Steve (1988-89) Dees, Josh (1996) Dees, Thomas (1996) Deese, Kevin (2007-Pres.) Dennis, Stephen (2008-pres.) DeJean, Mike (1991-92) DeRoy, Jake (2005-08) DeVaney, Tommy (1990-91) Dill, Brandon (2004-08) Dimasi, Chris (2002-03) Dismukes, Michael (1998-99) Dodson, Jeff (1990-91) Doggett, Jim (1965) Doggett, John (1965) Dorman, Dwain (2000-01) Dorning, Wes (2005) Dorrance, Jeremy (2007-09) Dowdy, John (1955) Drake, Bob (1971) Drexler, Rickey (1991-92) Drinkard, Dennis (1980-81) Driver, Mike (1973-74) Dugas, Todd (1988-89) Duke, Sam (1968) Duncan, Billy (1967) Duncan, Ronnie (1968) Duncan, Scud (1956)

Dundon, Brady (2006-07)

E

Eatman, Jason (1990-93) Edmiston, Bo (2002) Elam, Raymond (1960) Elliot, Benji (1978) Elliot, Bill (1968-69) Elliot, Joe (1960) Ellis, Jimmy (1966) Elmore, Verdo (1951-53, 55) Elmore, Woody (1965-67) England, Bob (1948-50) Ennis, Woodson (1931) Erazo, Norberto (1991) Etheridge, Joey (1998-01) Etheridge, Scott (1992-93, 95) Evans, Jerry (1966-69) Ezell, Marvin (1950-51)

F

Fairley, Bob (1965-68) Farrell, Rafael (2003-04) Faulk, Donnie (1993-94) Ferebee, David (1991-92) Fincher, “Nub” (1947) Finney, Jeremy (2008-09) Finlayson, Don (1955-56) Finney, Terry (1974-76) Floyes, Jason (2004) Fogg, Karl (1978-79) Fondren, Jeremy (1993-94) Foster, Eugene (1959) Foster, Steve (1983-84) Fowler, Todd (2003) Fowlkes, Brent (1995-96) Fox, Tom (1966) Franzoni, Tony (1984) Frazier, Douglas (2008-pres.) Frazier, Willie (1970-73) Friedlein, Michael (00-01) Fuller, Delin (1959) Fuller, Larry (1964, 67) Fuller, Robert (1958) Fultz, Billy (1978-80) Fussell, Richard (1959-60)

G

Gains, Steve (1991-92) Gagliano, Phil (1992-93) Galloway, Jerry (1992) Galloway, Kevin (1991-92) Gamble, Ronald (1987-90) Gann, George (1987-90) Gant, John (1990) Gardiner, Gary (1971-74) Garmroth, Brian (1981-83) Garner, Mike (1973-75)

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Garrett, Gary (1965-66) Garrick, Jeff (2005) Gerhardt, Wes (1985-86) Gernard, Ryan (2000-010 Gibson, Charlie (1947-48) Gibson, Greg (1988) Gilbert, Dan (1970-71) Gilbertsen, Chris (2006-07) Gillis, Tim (1986-89) Glass, David (1993) Glass, Tim (1979-82) Glenn, Thomas (1971) Glover, Chuck (1956) Goble, Jim (2000-02) Godwin, James (1955-56) Godwin, Rex (1956) Goforth, Jim (1996) Goodman, Dean (1991-93) Goodman, Wayne (1965) Goree, Jeff (1972) Grace, Robbie (1993-94) Graham, Jim (1985) Graham, Tom (1991) Greene, Greg (1974) Greer, Steve (1982) Griffin, Keith (1976-77) Guilliams, James (2005-07) Guin, Jason (1987) Guinn, Bert (1986) Gulledge, Chris (2002-03) Guthrie, William (1951-52)

H

Haddock, Ken (1971-72) Hagood, Roger (1980-81) Hague, Eugene (1962) Haley, Lonnie (1962-63) Halladay, Berry (1964-67) Hamm, Mitch (1986-87) Hamrick, Pat (1989-90) Handley, Brad (1991-92) Harbuck, Bill (1966) Harmon, Bubba (1978) Harris, Carroll (1959-60) Harrison, Allen (1972-73) Hart, Charles (1966) Hawkins, Ed (1955-57) Hawkins, Howard (1963) Hawkins, Matt (2007) Hayden, Corey (2001, 03) Henders, James (1953) Henderson, James (1953) Hendrix, Andy (1966) Hennicke, George (1998-99) Herman, Jason (2003-05) Herring, Chris (1996)


All-Time Roster Hester, Michael (1999-00) Higginbotham, Ken (1987) Hildebrand, Robert (1958) Hill, Bill (1989) Hill, Kerry (1986-87) Hill, Matt (2007-09) Hilliker, Chris (1990-93) Hobson, Charles (1971-73) Hobson, Darrell (1983) Hoffman, Jay (1998-99) Holifield, Kent (1976-77) Holland, Scott (1994) Holliman, Neal (1995) Hollyland, Wayne (1976-79) Holman, Walter (1966) Holmes, Wexton (1960) Homan, Carlin (2001-02) Hopkins, Randolph (1972-73) Houston, Chris (1994) Houston, Cory (2006-08) Hoven, Jeff (1991-92) Howard, Jesse (1953) Howard, Wayne (1975-76) Howell, Buster (1997-98) Howell, Jim (1947) Hudson, Rex (1984-85) Hughes, Donnie (1977) Hughston, Fred (1955) Hughston, Sam (1958) Hull, Robert (1947-48) Hupp, Tom (1969) Humber, Clark (2006-07) Hurt, Kendall (1973)

I J

Ingram, Lance (1999-00)

Jackson, Johnny (1968-69) Jackson, Leon (1955) Jackson, Martin (2001-02) Jackson, Wendell (1985) Jacobs, Daryl (1996-98) Jaye, Ron (1969) Jennings, Don (1962) Jennings, Jay (2009-pres.) Jennings, Raymond (1967-68) Jiminez, Berto (1988-89) Johnson, Brad (2005-06) Johnson, Charles (1952-54) Johnson, Duane (1976-70) Johnson, Eugene (1960-63) Johnson, Jace (1993-94) Johnson, James (1963)

Johnson, Scott (1996-98) Johnson, Steve (1986) Johnson, Terry (1987) Jones, Britt (1987-90) Jones, David (1986-87) Jones, Gary (1963) Jones, Jack (1948-50) Jones, Jason (1995-96) Jones, Jerome 91995-96) Jones, Jimmy (1958) Jones, John (1953) Jones, Rusty (1990) Jones, Tim (1983-84)

K

Kamplain, Thomas (1990-91) Kappler, Scott (2000) Kasper, Alan (1982) Kearse, James (1958-59) Keenan, Mike (1969) Kelley, Charley (2007-08) Kelley, Craig (1999-00) Kelly, Ed (1964) Kelly, Jimmy (1958) Kennedy, Patrick (1999-00) King, Pete (1974) King, Rodney (1996-97) Kinnie, Donald (1995) Kitchens, Ames (1962) Kizziah, Dennis (1977) Knapp, Earl (1962-64) Knight, Richard (1960) Knighton, Mark (1981-84) Kosak, Dustin (2004-05) Kulp, Ken (1968)

L

Lambert, Reid (1956) Lancaster, Joe (1965) Langston, Francis (1954) Langston, Norris (1972, 74-76) Lashley, Andy (1980-83) Lasker, Dwight (1989-90) Laton, Lloyd (1956) Lauderdale, Don (1983) Leverett, Charles (1958) Lawrence, Eric (1993-94) Lawson, Ronnie (1979-80) Lawson, Ryne (2004-06) Lea, Eric (1995-98) LeClair, Paul (1994) LaCoste, Chase (2003-04) LaCoste, Robbie (1999-02) Lee, Brandon (2000-01) Lee, Brooks (1984-85) Lee, Percy (1962, 64) Lee, Roger (1987)

51

Lewis, Greg (1984-85) Lill, Randy (1977-80) Lindsey, Jonathan (2003-05) Lippert, Larry (1987-88) Little, Eddie (1948-50) Lofton, Seth (2003-05) Logan, Jesse (1990-91) Lolley, Phillip (1974-77) Long, Chuck (1982-83) Long, Kevin (2002-03) Looney, Clifton (1947) Luker, Don (1960) Luker, Keith (1978-79) Luker, Stacy (1985) Luker, Wayne (1981) Lyon, Johnny (1965)

M

Macon, Sean (1998-99) Maddox, Justin (2001-04) Mahler, Marc (2008-pres.) Malone, Robbie (1988) Maroney, Hub (1979-80) Maroney, Hubbard (1954-55) Martin, Harry (1977) Martin, Shane (2003-06) Martin, Titus (1988) Martinez, Roberto (2005-06) Martz, Nolan (2008) Mason, Alex (2008) Mason, Bryan (2009-pres.) Mason, Chris (2000-01) Mason, Jeff (2004-07) Mason, Sam (2005) McAfee, Bobby (1986) McAfee, Jay (1986) McBay, Jason (1996) McBride, Bill (1975) McBride, Gerry (1971) McBride, Greg (1998) McCain, Barry (1978-80) McCain, Darrell (1992-93) McCants, Bob (1966-68) McCary, David (1984-85) McCluskey, Jasen (1993-94) McCormack, Sam (2008-pres.) McDaniel, Puddin (1976-77) McDaniel, Roy (2004-06) McDaniel, Tony (1995-98) McDonald, Bill (1947-48) McDonald, Bobby (1959-60) McDonald, Derek (1993-94) McFarland, Duane (1980-83) McGarity, Brandon (2003-04) McGhee, Tracy (1988-91) McIlwain, Ray (1977-79)


All-Time Roster McInturf, Rob (2001-02) McLaren, Josh (2001-02) McLean, Lewis (1931) McLeod, Jim (1960) McKamey, Jimmy (1986) McKinzey, Don (1962) McMahon, Kevin (1979-81) McNair, Bill (1960) McPhaul, Stacey (2000-01) Meacham, Brandon (1997-98) Meadows, Brodie (2000-02) Melton, Randy (1972) Melvin, Chance (1998-99) Merkich, Scott (2001-02) Merryman, Phillip (2007-08) Meyers, Robbie (1966) Miller, John (1994-95) Miller, Ken (1988) Miller, R.J. (2006-07) Miller, Richard (1985-86) Miller, Tim (1975, 77-79) Millican, Colter (2009-pres.) Mills, Bud (1948) Minton, Randal (2002-04) Mitchell, Jerre (1996) Mitchell, Luther (1950, 1955) Monk, Thomas (2000-03) Monk, Tommy (1974-77) Moody, Clint (2004-08) Moody, Tyler (2008-09) Moore, Harry (1947-48) Moore, Jim (1975) Moore, Ken (1985) Moore, Kyle (2008-09) Moore, Roger (1987-89) Morgan, Jody (2007-Pres.) Morris, Joe (1958) Morris, Ralph (1983-85) Morton, Albert (1950-53) Moudy, Tate (1991-, 93-95) Moyer, Matt (2001) Myers, Jeff (1978)

N

Nafzger, Kasey (2008-pres.) Nailing, Billy (1983-84) Nailing, Jerry (1984) Needs, Scott (2003-2004) Nell, Carlton (1962) Newborn, Joe (1955) Nester, James (1960) Nettles, Henry (1956-59) Nettles, Jimmy (1967-68) Newell, Randy (1989) Nixon, Reed (2004) Nolan, James (2001-02)

Noland, Barrett (1994-95)

O

Oliver, Joe (1959-60) Orr, Phillip (1979-80) Outlaw, Dan (1948-50) Outlaw, Mike (1969-72) Overstreet, Jim (1958)

P

Pairrett, Rodney (1986) Page, Don (1969-70) Parker, Dan (1970-72) Parnell, Wilbur (1959) Parrish, Brian (1993) Parten, Andrew (2008-09) Pate, Gary (1964-65) Partrick, Earl (1993-94) Patterson, Adam (2008) Patterson, Wes (1994) Pearson, Grady (1950) Pearson, Terry (1993-95) Pepper, Simpson (1948-50) Perrigin, Jeff (1989) Petitt, Tom (1986) Petrarca, Brian (1986) Pettis, Keef (1978-81) Pfeiffer, Ronnie (1958) Phelps, Scott (1983-84) Pierce, Greg (1985-87) Piggotte, Joe (1948) Pilkington, Charlie (1947) Pimentel, Carlos (1987) Plaia, Rocky (1962-64) Pope, Billy (1967-68) Pounders, Dustin (2005-06) Price, Rodney (1989) Priest, Dan (1956) Pritchett, Bob (1958-59) Pritchett, Don (1982-83) Purter, Roger (1975-78) Pynes, Dennis (1977)

R

Radtke, Jeff (1976-79) Rahn, Greg (1983-85) Ramsey, Allen (1956) Ramsey, Fred (1950) Ransburgh, Chris (2008) Ray, A.J. (2003-04) Rea, Todd (2007-08) Reece, Elton (1970-71) Reed, Joseph (2009-pres.) Reed, Kevin (1992) Reed, Robby (2003) Reeves, Bill (1972-73) Reid, William (1951-52) Renaud, Ed (1968)

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Rhodes, Gary (1976) Richards, Charlie (1948) Richardson, Kerry (1982-84) Rider, David (2005) Riggs, Michael (2003-04) Rivera, Jose (1987-88) Rivers, Tyrone (1992) Roberts, Andy (1963) Roberts, Don (1955) Roberts, Dustin (2002-06) Roberts, Ronny (1975) Robertson, Jack (1977) Robertson, Preston (1971-74) Robinson, Keith (1982-83) Robinson, Phil (1982-83) Robinson, Tommy (1948) Rogers, Dallas (2007-pres.) Rogers, David (1964) Rogers, Gabe (2001-02) Rolison, Jerry (1969) Rooker, Brad (2001-03) Rose, Lance (1988) Rouse, Todd (1995) Routh, Ryan (1997-98) Rowell, Andrew (1981) Rowell, Dewayne (1983-84) Rowell, Mike (1964) Rowell, Ronnie (1982) Rozelle, Hal (1971-72) Russell, Justin (1996-97)

S

Saelens, Lewis (1993) Saenz, Teddy (1973-76) Salter, Jacob (2008) Sanborn, Sandy (1978) Sanders, Glen (1983-85) Sanders, Noah (2008-09) Sandifer, Randy (1987-88) Sapp, Dom (2009-pres.) Schaeffer, Billy (1990) Schara, Grant (2000) Schmitt, Mike (2008-09) Schroeder, Chase (2005) Schroeder, Steve (1981-84) Schwartz, Eric (1980) Scott, Jim (1955) Seale, Thomas (1931) Sexton, Woody (1971) Shaddix, Herman (1947) Shaw, David (1955) Sheffield, Dalton (1965) Sherrill, Jonathan (2007-08) Shirley, Jackie (1983-84) Shoultz, John (1963) Siegfried, Terry (1972)


All-Time Roster Simone, Brian (2007-pres.) Snider, Phillip (1950) Sorrell, Billy (1969) Sorrells, Patrick (2008) Simmons, Walt (1999-02) Simpson, Anthony (1985) Simone, Brian (2008-pres.) Skelton, Bobby (1979) Slaten, Chad (1989) Slawson, Al (1955, 57) Sloan, Jimmy (1965-66) Smith, Bobby (1996-97) Smith, Brandon (2008) Smith, Clint (2006-Pres.) Smith, Jason (1998-00) Smith, Lee (1995-98) Smith, Randy (1975-78) Smitherman, Alan (1986) Smoldyn, Jack (1971-74) Snell, Tommy (1973-76) Snider, John (1952) Sparkman, Sparky (1999-00) Sparrow, Pettus (1952) Speegle, Tony (1978-81) Spree, Kee (2001, 03) Stamps, Dana (1976) Standridge, Kyle (2009) Starnes, Nathan (1990) Starrett, Sean (1992-93) Steadman, Brian (1996-97) Stewart, Randy (1979-82) Stickney, Fred (1931) Stoudemire, James (1960) Stout, Erik (1985-86) Stover, Jackie (1972) Sturdivant, Nelson (1981-82) Swann, Earl (1966)

T

Tangle, Chris (1994) Tarleton, Tommy (1947) Tartt, Bill (2009) Tartt, Tom (1931) Tate, Terry (1990-91) Taylor, Ryan (2004-05) Taylor, Zach (2001) Teague, Jim (1987) Tew, Cecil (1947-48) Telano, Brent (2006-07) Tew, John (1948) Thaxton, Bill (1931) Thomas, Darren (1988, 90) Thomas, Michael (1997) Thomas, Ralph (1962) Thornton, Cole (2007-08) Tidwell, Steve (1973)

Till, Frank (1962-64) Tinsley, Brooks (2002-03) Tolar, Greg (1980-81) Towns, Wen (1985) Townsend, Jacob (2005-06) Trout, Jim (1964) Truett, Wade (1992-93) Tuck, Carrick (2009) Tullos, Adam (1992) Tullos, Chris (1999) Turnbow, Jeff (1996-97) Turner, Josh (2008-09) Turner, Marty (1997-98) Turner, Perry (1978-81) Turner, Randall (1975) Tutt, Andrew (1931) Tutt, Billy (1931) Tyson, Eric (1989, 91-93)

U V

Uhlich, Scott (1997) Underwood, Glen (1958)

Valentine, Noah (1996) Varner, Josh (2008-pres.) Vaughan, Greg (1995, 97-99) Vazquez, Freddie (2002-03) Veronezy, Fred (1988-89) Vick, Larry (1976-77) Vick, Mickey (1978-79) Vincent, Mark (1985)

W

Waggener, Stephen (2003-04) Wagoner, William (1947-48) Walburn, Henry (1996-97) Wales, Jeff (1994) Wall, William (1973-75) Walker, Bob (1982) Walker, Bobby (1954-55) Walker, Nick (1988) Ward, Chad (1990) Warr, Jon (1989) Warren, Julius (1952) Watford, Billy Joe (1968) Watkins, Ed (1974) Watkins, Gerald (1952) Watson, R.L. (1966-68) Watts, John (1952) Weedon, Allen (1969-71) Weems, Jarrod (1996) Weimorts, Craig (1979) Weimorts, Kenneth (1975-78) Weimorts, Luke (1976-79) Wells, Jonathan (1995)

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West, Joe (1952-53) Wester, Jason (1993-94) Wheat, Howard (1979) Wheeler, Brandon (2006-07) Wheeler, Fred (1962-63) Wheeler, Nick (2008-09) White, Bert (1996-96) White, James (1982-83) White, Jeremy (2009-pres.) Whited, Kirk (1989) Whittenton, Josh (1997) Whittington, Eddie (1975) Wiggins, Carl (2001-02) Wilder, David (1970-73) Williams, Harold (1992-93) Williams, Herman (1977) Williams, Jimmy (1974-75) Williams, Kenneth (1997-98) Williams, Terry (1969) Williamson, Geoffrey (1997-98) Williamson, Scott (1993) Willie, Charlie (1984-85) Williford, Matt (2000-01) Wilson, Daniel (2004) Wilson, Murray (1972-74) Wilson, Parker (1978-80) Wilson, Roy (1964-65) Windle, Bobby (1955) Windsor, Jeremy (1996-98) Winfield, Tommy (1973-74) Wise, Mike (1966) Wolfe, Don (1994-95) Wood, Greg (1999-00) Wood, Jesse (2001-02) Wood, Pat (1956-57) Woodfin, Woody (1980) Woods, Allen (1981) Wright, Carey (1974-77) Wright, Roger (1971, 73) Wright, Russell (1989) Wynn, Roger (1967-68)

Y Z

Yarbrough, Tyrone (1991-92) Young, Kevin (1999) Young, Milford (1951-52)

Zamanzki, Rich (1969-72) Zeigler, David (1963-65) Zick, Dustin (1989) Zugmaier, Trevor (2009)


The Gulf South Conference

Academic excellence, 43 National Championships and a leadership role in the NCAA’s Division II make the Gulf South Conference (GSC) something special. As a charter member of D-II, the league’s 14 universities in six southeastern states enters its 40th year of setting the standards nationally, always breaking new ground. In the summer of 1970, six college presidents met to talk about athletics; when the meeting ended, a new league emerged-the Mid-South Conference-started by, and to this day run by, the CEOs, the first in NCAA history. It is that CEO-control and involvement that makes the league work and its 14 championships (football; men’s & women’s cross country, men’s & women’s soccer; volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, men’s & women’s tennis, men’s & women’s golf; softball and baseball) so bitterly contested in a collegial manner. From that point forward, the GSC has been giant steps ahead of the D-II pack. Dating back to 1997, the league has found neutral sites paying sizeable guarantees for most of its team championships. NCAA Conventions regularly feature GSC-proposed or inspired legislation. No one wins more regionals or earns more NCAA post-season bids. In 2004, the league purchased its own new construction office space. The crowning moment came in 2005-06 when the GSC debuted its highly successful “GSC-TV Live” package which included nine football games (now 10) and its men’s & women’s basketball tournament finals. Add to that its web-TV show, “GSC Sports Weekly,” and its broadbanding of its Volleyball, Basketball, Softball and Baseball championships, and you can see why the GSC is a Conference paving the way into the 21st century.

The conference continued with seven teams until 1981, when the CEOs admitted Valdosta State, followed by West Georgia (1983). In 1991, Tennessee-Martin and Troy State went Division I, briefly dropping the GSC back to seven members. An aggressive expansion under the guidance of new Commissioner Nate Salant resulted in 10 new members: Lincoln Memorial (1992-93); Alabama-Huntsville, Henderson State, Central Arkansas and Mississippi University for Women (1993-94); West Florida (199495); and Arkansas-Monticello, Arkansas Tech, Montevallo and Southern Arkansas (1995-96). Jacksonville State went Division I at the end of 1992-93. Mississippi College dropped to Division III at the end of 1995-96, and was replaced by Christian Brothers to keep the Conference at 16 schools. In July 2000, the GSC welcomed Harding University and Ouachita Baptist University, making it the largest NCAA conference at any level with 18 schools. MUW dropped its athletics program at the end of the 2002-03 season, decreasing the membership to 17. The Conference decreased to 15 teams in 2006-07 when Central Arkansas moved to Division I and Lincoln Memorial moved to the South Atlantic Conference. The GSC moved to its current 14-team membership in 2009-10 when Montevallo joined the Peach Belt Conference.

Nathan N. Salant Commissioner

Mike Banks Media Relations

Former Commissioner Jim McCullough brought the GSC office to Birmingham. Current Commissioner, Nate Salant began his tenure in October, 1992. He is assisted by Assistant Commissioner for Media and Public Affairs Michael Anderson, Assistant Sports Information Directors Michael Banks and Eric SanInocencio and Senior Woman Administrator Andrea Anderson. The Chairman of the GSC Board of Directors is Dr. David Rankin (Southern Arkansas). Joining him on the executive committee are Vice Chair Dr. Beheruz Sethna (West Georgia) and past-Chair Dr. Robert Brown (Arkansas Tech). The Supervisors of Officials are Bill Johnson (Football), John Caldwell (Basketball-West Division) and Mike Murphy (Basketball-East Division).

We take pride in our 43 National Team Championships in 12 sports and more than 100 regional titles, especially because there is no sacrifice on the academic side, where GSC student-athletes regularly earn Academic All-America. The Conference collected its most recent Titles in 2007-08 with Valdosta State’s Football crown and West Florida’s Men’s Golf Title. Delta State, Florence State (now North Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee-Martin and Troy State were the charter members. Scheduling problems for the 1970-71 academic year limited the GSC to football, won by Jacksonville State. In 1971, the addition of Southeast Louisiana (SELA) and Nichols State increased the membership to eight. The league opened an office in Hammond, LA, changed its name to the Gulf South Conference and began championships in nine men’s sports. Mississippi College and Northwestern Louisiana (NWLA, now Northwestern State) joined in 1972 and two years later, NELA left for Division I with SELA and Nicholls State following in 1979.

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UWA Baseball Facilities Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility What started as a dream has now become reality. On April 19, 2008 the state-of-the-art, 11,250 square foot training center located at UWA’s Tartt Baseball Field was named the Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility. The naming opportunity was made possible through kind contributions to the university by Mrs. Beard’s family. “We greatly appreciate Anthony Beard (son) and Paul Beard (husband) for their kind contributions and for allowing us to honor Mrs. Beard in such a special way” said UWA Director of Athletics E. J. Brophy. “She had a very special place in her heart for our university and Tiger Athletics, and we take great pride in having her name adorn the best indoor practice facility for baseball and softball in the state of Alabama”. The type of facility looked upon with envy by even the largest Division I schools, the Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility provides world class training opportunities for all UWA baseball and softball student-athletes, as well as exterior concession and restroom facilities for Tiger baseball fans enjoying UWA’s famous “outfield decks” on gamedays. The late Mrs. Beard’s affinity with UWA included the fact that her daughter, Stephanie Beard Tesney, is a graduate of the university. Her nephew, Rob Dahlberg, was a standout baseball player for the Tigers and her niece, Kate Dahlberg, is a junior at the university this fall.

Tartt Field Nestled neatly on the shores of Lake L.U. in the heart of West Alabama’s spacious campus, Tartt Field has served as the perfect setting for Tiger baseball since 1969. With grassy banks hosting numerous luxury decks beyond its outfield walls, a brand press facility serving as an ample backdrop and a brand new dressing room, UWA’s beacon of baseball is among the most accommodating Division II facilities in the South today. The Tigers also added a new backstop and indoor hitting facility (under construction) in 2006, which only strengthens Tartt Field’s appeal as one of the elite facilities in all of Division II. Tartt Field’s groundwork was laid in 1968, just in time for its 1969 inaugural season and dedication in 1970. Since then, the ballpark and its surrounding areas have blossomed with improvements and modifications almost annually. The Park’s most prominent landmark, Lake L.U., was constructed in 1977, while the current outfield wall was added just before the 1992 season. It was rededicated on opening day 1994 and a baseball Wall of Fame was introduced with its first inductee, former Tiger All-American Jeff Branson. Since 1996, a new warning track has taken shape, an irrigation system installed, two state-of-the-art nine scoreboards have been donated by Coca-Cola, and a spacious pressbox added, named in honor of longtime booster, Mr. Lambert Tucker. A new dressing room and home dugout was constructed for the 2002 season, only making Tartt Field a more appealing place for college baseball. Today, Tartt Field perennially draws over 400 fans per game and is routinely among the national leaders in Division II college baseball attendance. In 2000, the Tigers drew 2,019 fans for a game with the University of Alabama that was a national Division II record at the time and still holds the top spot in GSC history. With its newly hatched press box, ample parking and fan-friendly atmosphere, UWA’s Tartt Field is sure to be an inviting venue for Conference and National Tournaments for years to come.

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2010 UWA Baseball Media Guide  

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