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Coaching 2011 marks the sixth season Jeremiah Robbins has been the head baseball coach Western Oregon University baseball team. He has compiled a 175-83 record during his time at WOU, including a 114-26 record in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. The Wolves have also captured the GNAC championship for five straight seasons under his leadership. Robbins is the five-time consecutive GNAC Coach of the Year. He earned the honor outright in 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010 while being named GNAC co-Coach of the Year in 2007. In 2006 he also was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association West Region coach of the year. Robbins’ 2010 squad won the school’s 10th consecutive conference title with 28-4 record in the GNAC, which included a 23-game winning streak. In 2006, his first season at the helm, the Wolves won the GNAC title and were the No. 1 seed and host of the NCAA Division II West Region Tournament. In 2009, Western Oregon also won the right to host the regional and the No. 2 seed in the West with a 34-14 record. Robbins, who was an all-conference catcher for WOU in 1998, was the head coach at Douglas High School in 2003 and 2004. The Trojans won back-to-back Far West League titles during his leadership, and his ‘03 team reached the 3A state semi-finals. A two-time Far West League Coach of the Year, Robbins was honored as the 3A Coach of the Year in ‘04. Douglas went 24-2 and reached the state quarterfinals. Robbins was named the 2006 “AAA” Oregon American Legion Coach of the Year, when he was the head coach of the Corvallis-based Ritchey’s Market squad. The Douglas native spent the 2002 season as the head assistant coach at Lane CC, and was the leader of the Southwestern Oregon CC program in 2000 and 2001. In ‘01, he was named the south region coach of the year in the NWAACC. He has compiled a career record of 175-68 at WOU with a 86-22 record in the GNAC. Jeremiah and his wife Mareena live in Monmouth with their sons, Luke (4) and Cal (2). Matt Skundrick returns to his alma mater for his second season as the pitching coach. Last season, Skundrick mentored three Wolves’ starting pitchers to all-conference honors including GNAC Pitcher of the Year Jacob Pettit. He also instructed 2010 MLB draft picks Blake Keitzman (27th round, Colorado Rockies) and Jacob Pettit (42nd, Baltimore Orioles). Prior to entering the coaching ranks Skundrick played for the Wolves from 2005-06, and he was a two-time all-conference first team selection as infielder. He led the GNAC in homeruns (11) as a senior and tied for second in runs batted in (45). 2011 marks year number five for Kellen Walker at WOU. Walker works with the WOU infielders and is the hitting instructor. Last season, Walker coached three Wolves’ infielders to all-conference honors, after leading all four starting infielders to first team all-conference honors in 2009. Walker played collegiate for two seasons at Lassen CC in Susanville, California, twice earning all-conference honors. He then played two seasons at Point Loma Nazarene in San Diego. Sam Kirby returns for his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Wolves specializing in working with the catchers. Last season, Kirby helped Garrett Breda become a two-time GNAC all-conference catcher, and in the previous season he instructed Taylor Mieras to the honor. Prior to coming to WOU, Kirby spent the past three spring seasons as an assistant coach at Lane CC in Eugene, where he also played collegiately, helping to lead the Titans to the NWAACC title in 2004. He earned all-league honors on the field while at Lane. Kellen Hobie is in his second season as the outfielders coach for WOU. Last season, Hobie helped lead outfielders Jason Moseby and Daniel Dillard to Daktronics AllWest Region honors. Prior to coming to WOU, Hobie coached one season at Missouri Western State (2008) where he also worked with the outfielders. He then moved onto North Eugene High School and instructed the catchers during the 2009 season. Hobie’s playing experience reaches back to his roots in Oregon. He played his first two years at Lane CC and was named to the all-league first team. He then went to Missouri Western State (2006-07) to finish out his collegiate career. Cody Reeves joins the Western Oregon staff for his first season as a coach after spending the previous two seasons as an infielder for the Wolves. During his senior season, Reeves was an All-GNAC honorable mention at first base after he hit .277 with five home runs, 19 RBI, five stolen bases and a .518 slugging percentage. Reeves came to WOU after spending the previous two seasons at Spokane Falls CC. In his second season, Reeves hit .423 and tied the school’s single-season hit record with 71. In high school, Reeves was an all-state selection as a senior after earning first team all-league honors in his previous two seasons.

2011 Wolves Baseball Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20

UC San Diego UC San Diego (DH) UC San Diego Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Dominguez Hills (DH) Linfield^ Lewis-Clark State^ Central Washington^ Saint Martin’s^

La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. Dominguez Hills, Calif. Dominguez Hills, Calif. Dominguez Hills, Calif. Lewiston, Idaho Lewiston, Idaho Lewiston, Idaho Lewiston, Idaho

6:00 pm Noon Noon 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 11:00 am 3:00 pm 12:30 pm 3:00 pm 10:00 am

Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 25 Mar. 26

Central Washington (DH)* Central Washington (DH)* Chico State Chico State (DH) Chico State Saint Martin’s (DH)* Saint Martin’s (DH)* Montana State Billings (DH)* Montana State Billings (DH)*

Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Billings, Mont. Billings, Mont.

Noon Noon 2:00 pm 11:00 am 11:00 am 1:00 pm Noon 2:00 pm Noon

Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 30

Northwest Nazarene (DH)* Northwest Nazarene (DH)* Lewis-Clark State Lewis-Clark State Saint Martin’s (DH)* Saint Martin’s (DH)* Montana State Billings (DH)* Montana State Billings (DH)* Central Washington (DH)*

Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Monmouth Lacey, Wash. Lacey, Wash. Monmouth Monmouth Ellensburg, Wash.

1:00 pm Noon TBA TBA 1:00 pm Noon 1:00 pm Noon 1:00 pm

Ellensburg, Wash. Nampa, Idaho Nampa, Idaho TBA Cary, NC

Noon 3:00 pm 11:00 am TBA TBA

May 1 Central Washington (DH)* May 5 Northwest Nazarene (DH)* May 6 Northwest Nazarene (DH)* May 19-23 NCAA DII West Regional May 28-June 4 NCAA DII World Series

western oregon ATHLETICS

WOLVES Baseball Home games bold * Great Northwest Athletic Conference ^ Guardian Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Tournament Head Coach: Jeremiah Robbins (sixth season) Assistants: Matt Skundrick, Kellen Walker, Kellen Hobie, Sam Kirby, Cody Reeves


2011 Wolves Baseball

WOU Baseball Honor Roll All-Americans

2010 2009 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Kyle Boe Travis Fox Boo Christenson Greg McCarthy Tucker Brack Tim Nickerson Chris Ridenour

GNAC Pitcher of the Year 2010 2008 2006 2005 2004 2002

Jacob Pettit Mike Eisenhauer Nick Waechter Trent Kristjanson Luke Holscher Josh Samter

GNAC Freshman of the Year 2009 2007 2004 2002

Thomas McCarthy Randy Summers Nich Waechter Greg McCarthy

GNAC Newcomer of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2004 2003

Daniel Dillard Justin Speer Dylan Bruck Anthony Isabella Tucker Brack

GNAC Coach of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner

WOU Baseball

Head Coach Robbins Career Record Robbins WOU Record Robbins GNAC Record Office Number Email Assistant Coaches 2010 Record 2010 GNAC Record Starters Returning Letterwinners Returning/Lost All-time Record All-time GNAC Record

Jeremiah Robbins 175-83 (five seasons) 175-83 (five seasons) 114-26 (five seasons) (503) 838-8448 robbinsj@wou.edu Kellen Walker, Matt Skundrick, Sam Kirby, Kellen Hobie, Cody Reeves 34-15 28-4 3 position players/6 pitchers 14/16 1199-1093-4 (82 seasons) 191-45 (nine seasons)

School City, State Founded Enrollment Home Field Nickname Colors Conference Affiliation/Region President

Western Oregon University Monmouth, Ore. 1856 6,200 Western Oregon Field-field turf & grass Wolves Red & White Great Northwest Athletic Conference NCAA Division II/West Region Dr. John P. Minahan

WOU Facts

Athletic Support Directory

Director of Athletics Daniel Hare Associate Athletic Director Michael Collins Faculty Athletic Representatives Dr. Dean Braa and Kathy Farrell NCAA Compliance Coordinator/SWA Stephanie Metz Director of Student Services Jami Strinz Head Athletic Trainer Kurtis Kidd Assistant Athletic Trainer Jennifer O’Sullivan Equipment Manager Frank Vanderberg

Sports Information Director Office Phone Cell Phone Fax Email Wolves Sports Scoreboard Athletics Website

Danny Barnts (503) 838-8121 (509) 336-9944 (503) 838-8164 barntsd@wou.edu (503) 838-8020 www.wouwolves.com

GNAC All-Academic Team 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2007

Jason Moseby Joe Pratt Kirk Lind Jesse Nunley Mike Eisenhauer Travis Fox Joe Pratt Mike Eisenhauer Aaron Sutton

Wolves Sports Scoreboard and Website For the latest information on WOU athletics, log on to www.wouwolves.com. If you are away from your computer, you can always call the Wolves Sports Scoreboard for daily updates, 24 hours a day. Just dial 503-838-8020 to find out who won today.

Team

Hits

Game Greg McCarthy (’05), Scott Vang (’84) 6 Season Greg McCarthy (’05) 91 Career Craig Towne (’98-01) 280

Final Record: 34-15 Great Northwest Athletic Conference: 28-4 Home: 14-2 Road: 17-13 Neutral: 3-0 NCAA D-II West Region Highest Ranking: fifth (May 10) Highest National Ranking: 18th, (preseason) Post-Season: 0-2 at NCAA D-II west region championships

Average

Season Thomas McCarthy (‘09) Career Ken Searcy (’96-97)

Individual GNAC Coach of the Year Jeremiah Robbins GNAC Player of the Year Kyle Boe GNAC Pitcher of the Year Jacob Pettit GNAC Newcomer of the Year Daniel Dillard All-GNAC First-Team Blake Keitzman,Jacob Pettit, Michael Ward, Grant Glover, Cesar Lopez, Kyle Boe, Jason Moseby, Daniel Dillard, Devon Bouvier All-GNAC Second-Team Kirk Lind, Garrett Breda GNAC All-Academic Team Jason Moseby, Joe Pratt, Kirk Lind, Jesse Numley CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine All-Academic Team Jason Moseby Daktronics All-West Region Team Jacob Pettit (second team), Blake Keitzman (second team), Jason Moseby (second team), Daniel Dillard (seond team) NCBWA All-West Region Team Jacob Pettit (first team), Kyle Boe (second team), Daniel Dillard (second team), Jason Moseby (second team), Grant Glover (honorable mention), Devon Bouvier (honorable mention), Blake Keitzman (honorable mention), Kirk Lind (honorable mention) ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region team Jacob Pettit (first team), Daniel Dillard (second team), Kyle Boe (second team), Michael Ward (second team) GNAC Player-of-the-Week Klye Boe (Feb. 22), Cesar Lopez (Mar. 8), Jason Moseby (Apr. 5), Grant Glover (Apr. 12), Devon Bouvier (Apr. 19), Kyle Boe (May 3) GNAC Pitcher of the Week Jacob Pettit (Feb. 15), Michael Ward (Mar. 15), Blake Keitzman (Mar. 29), Jacob Pettit (Apr. 12), Michael Ward (Apr. 19), Jacob Pettit (May 10) Marquis Spas Athlete of the Year Jacob Pettit National Stat leaders (top 10) Jacob Pettit (ERA, 9th), Michael Ward (walks allowed, 14th) MLB Draftees Blake Keitzman (27th round, Colorado Rockies), Jacob Pettit (42nd round, Baltimore Orioles) Jeremiah Robbins Career Coaching Record 175-83 (five seasons)

.461 .378

RBI

Game Tom Lepley (’06) Season Chris Ridenour (’02) Career Greg McCarthy (’02-05)

9

69

183

Runs

Game Craig Pfeifer (’99) Season Joey Price (’02) Career Joey Price (’00-02)

6

67

184

Home Runs

Game 47 times, last by Daniel Dillard Season Daniel Dillard (‘10) Career Casey Webster (’82-85)

2

16

29

Stolen Bases

Game Ryan Peterson (’99), Bob Lindow (’75) Season Dylan Bruck (‘08) Career Joey Price (’00-02)

5

39

102

Wins

All-Time Records

GNAC Player of the Year

WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

2010 Year in Review

Blake Keitzman, first team (ABCA) Blake Keitzman, seond team (NCWA) Blake Keitzman, seond team (Daktronics) Nick Waechter, first team (NCBWA) Nick Waechter, second team (ABCA) Boo Christenson, third team (NCBWA) Greg McCarthy, second team (NCBWA) Mike McRae, honorable mention (NCBWA) Travis Anderson, honorable mention (NAIA) Bryce Gardinier, honorable mention (NAIA) Liam Woodard, honorable mention (NAIA) Andy Ortmayer, honorable mention (NAIA) Dan Johnson, second team (NAIA) Roger Lorenzen, honorable mention (NAIA) Charles Gardinier, second team (NAIA)

2011 Quick Facts

2009 2009 2009 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2001 2001 2001 2000 1979 1979 1970

Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Nick Waechter (’04-06)

2007 2005 2004 2003 2003 2002

Travis Coursey Nick Miller Tucker Brack Bryce Gardinier Marc Knight Bryce Gardinier

Academic All-American 2003 Bryce Gardinier, first team

Academic All-District 2010 2009 2007 2004 2003 2002 2001 2001

Jason Moseby, first team Travis Fox, first team Aaron Sutton, first team Tucker Brack, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Liam Woodard, first team

ABCA/Rawling NCAA Division II West Region Pitcher of the Year 2006 Nick Waechter

ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division II All-West Region 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003

Jacob Pettit, first team Kyle Boe, second team Jason Moseby, second team Michael Ward, second team Blake Keitzman, first team JJ Mascolo, second team Jacob Pettit, second team Dylan Bruck, first team Mike Eisenhauer, second team Kevin Corrigan, second team Nick Waechter, first team Boo Christenson, first team Matt Skundrick, second team Greg McCarthy, first team Trent Kristjanson, second team Mike McRae, second team Luke Holscher, first team Tucker Brack, second team Donavan Martin, first team Justin Olson, second team

NCBWA West Region Player of the Year

13

2005 Greg McCarthy

28

NCBWA West Region Pitcher of the Year

2006 Nick Waechter

Strikeouts

Game Mark Hartman (’70) Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Nick Waechter (’04-06)

Baseball Honor Roll (cont.)

19

NCBWA West Region Coach of the Year 2006 Jeremiah Robbins

119 269

ERA

Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Gene Lanthorn (’71-72)

A Winning Tradition

1.49

1.68

Saves

Season Mike Gits (’01) Career Mike Gits (’00-01)

9

13

Consecutive Winning Seasons: 18 (1993-2010) Consecutive Conference Titles: 10 (2001-10) Highest National Finish: 3rd (2001) Regional Playoff Appearances: 9 (’95, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’01, ’03, ’05, ‘06, ‘08, ‘09) All-Time GNAC Record: 191-45


School City, State Founded Enrollment Home Field/Capacity Nickname Colors Conference Affiliation/Region President

Western Oregon University Monmouth, Ore. 1856 6,200 Western Oregon Field/750-grass Wolves Red & White Great Northwest Athletic Conference NCAA Division II/West Region Dr. John P. Minahan

WOU Facts

Team

Sports Information Director Office Phone Cell Phone Fax Email Wolves Sports Scoreboard Athletics Website

Danny Barnts (503) 838-8121 (509) 336-9944 (503) 838-8164 barntsd@wou.edu (503) 838-8020 www.wouwolves.com

Wolves Sports Scoreboard and Website For the latest information on WOU athletics, log on to www.wouwolves.com. If you are away from your computer, you can always call the Wolves Sports Scoreboard for daily updates, 24 hours a day. Just dial 503-838-8020 to find out who won today.

2009 2009 2009 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2001 2001 2001 2000 1979 1979 1970

Individual

Athletic Support Directory

Director of Athletics Daniel Hare Associate Athletic Director Michael Collins Faculty Athletic Representatives Dr. Dean Braa and Kathy Farrell NCAA Compliance Coordinator/SWA Stephanie Metz Director of Student Services Jami Strinz Head Athletic Trainer Kurtis Kidd Assistant Athletic Trainer Jennifer O’Sullivan Equipment Manager Frank Vanderberg

All-Americans

Final Record: 34-15 Great Northwest Athletic Conference: 28-4 Home: 14-2 Road: 17-13 Neutral: 3-0 NCAA D-II West Region Highest Ranking: fifth (May 10) Highest National Ranking: 18th, (preseason) Post-Season: 0-2 at NCAA D-II west region championships GNAC Coach of the Year Jeremiah Robbins GNAC Player of the Year Kyle Boe GNAC Pitcher of the Year Jacob Pettit GNAC Newcomer of the Year Daniel Dillard All-GNAC First-Team Blake Keitzman,Jacob Pettit, Michael Ward, Grant Glover, Cesar Lopez, Kyle Boe, Jason Moseby, Daniel Dillard, Devon Bouvier All-GNAC Second-Team Kirk Lind, Garrett Breda GNAC All-Academic Team Jason Moseby, Joe Pratt, Kirk Lind, Jesse Numley CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine All-Academic Team Jason Moseby Daktronics All-West Region Team Jacob Pettit (second team), Blake Keitzman (second team), Jason Moseby (second team), Daniel Dillard (seond team) NCBWA All-West Region Team Jacob Pettit (first team), Kyle Boe (second team), Daniel Dillard (second team), Jason Moseby (second team), Grant Glover (honorable mention), Devon Bouvier (honorable mention), Blake Keitzman (honorable mention), Kirk Lind (honorable mention) ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region team Jacob Pettit (first team), Daniel Dillard (second team), Kyle Boe (second team), Michael Ward (second team) GNAC Player-of-the-Week Klye Boe (Feb. 22), Cesar Lopez (Mar. 8), Jason Moseby (Apr. 5), Grant Glover (Apr. 12), Devon Bouvier (Apr. 19), Kyle Boe (May 3) GNAC Pitcher of the Week Jacob Pettit (Feb. 15), Michael Ward (Mar. 15), Blake Keitzman (Mar. 29), Jacob Pettit (Apr. 12), Michael Ward (Apr. 19), Jacob Pettit (May 10) Marquis Spas Athlete of the Year Jacob Pettit National Stat leaders (top 10) Jacob Pettit (ERA, 9th), Michael Ward (walks allowed, 14th) MLB Draftees Blake Keitzman (27th round, Colorado Rockies), Jacob Pettit (42nd round, Baltimore Orioles) Jeremiah Robbins Career Coaching Record 175-83 (five seasons)

Blake Keitzman, first team (ABCA) Blake Keitzman, seond team (NCWA) Blake Keitzman, seond team (Daktronics) Nick Waechter, first team (NCBWA) Nick Waechter, second team (ABCA) Boo Christenson, third team (NCBWA) Greg McCarthy, second team (NCBWA) Mike McRae, honorable mention (NCBWA) Travis Anderson, honorable mention (NAIA) Bryce Gardinier, honorable mention (NAIA) Liam Woodard, honorable mention (NAIA) Andy Ortmayer, honorable mention (NAIA) Dan Johnson, second team (NAIA) Roger Lorenzen, honorable mention (NAIA) Charles Gardinier, second team (NAIA)

GNAC Player of the Year 2010 2009 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Kyle Boe Travis Fox Boo Christenson Greg McCarthy Tucker Brack Tim Nickerson Chris Ridenour

GNAC Pitcher of the Year 2010 2008 2006 2005 2004 2002

Jacob Pettit Mike Eisenhauer Nick Waechter Trent Kristjanson Luke Holscher Josh Samter

GNAC Freshman of the Year 2009 2007 2004 2002

Thomas McCarthy Randy Summers Nich Waechter Greg McCarthy

GNAC Newcomer of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2004 2003

Daniel Dillard Justin Speer Dylan Bruck Anthony Isabella Tucker Brack

GNAC Coach of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Jeremiah Robbins Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner Terry Baumgartner

GNAC All-Academic Team 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009

Jason Moseby Joe Pratt Kirk Lind Jesse Nunley Mike Eisenhauer Travis Fox

GNAC All-Academic Team (cont.) 2009 2008 2007 2007 2005 2004 2003 2003 2002

Hits

Joe Pratt Mike Eisenhauer Aaron Sutton Travis Coursey Nick Miller Tucker Brack Bryce Gardinier Marc Knight Bryce Gardinier

Game Greg McCarthy (’05), Scott Vang (’84) 6 Season Greg McCarthy (’05) 91 Career Craig Towne (’98-01) 280

Average

Season Thomas McCarthy (‘09) Career Ken Searcy (’96-97)

Academic All-American 2003 Bryce Gardinier, first team 2010 2009 2007 2004 2003 2002 2001 2001

Game Tom Lepley (’06) Season Chris Ridenour (’02) Career Greg McCarthy (’02-05)

Jason Moseby, first team Travis Fox, first team Aaron Sutton, first team Tucker Brack, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Bryce Gardinier, first team Liam Woodard, first team

Game Craig Pfeifer (’99) Season Joey Price (’02) Career Joey Price (’00-02)

2006 Nick Waechter

NCBWA West Region Player of the Year 2005 Greg McCarthy

NCBWA West Region Pitcher of the Year 2006 Nick Waechter

NCBWA West Region Coach of the Year 2006 Jeremiah Robbins

9

69

183

6

67 184

Home Runs

ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division II All-West Region Jacob Pettit, first team Kyle Boe, second team Jason Moseby, second team Michael Ward, second team Blake Keitzman, first team JJ Mascolo, second team Jacob Pettit, second team Dylan Bruck, first team Mike Eisenhauer, second team Kevin Corrigan, second team Nick Waechter, first team Boo Christenson, first team Matt Skundrick, second team Greg McCarthy, first team Trent Kristjanson, second team Mike McRae, second team Luke Holscher, first team Tucker Brack, second team Donavan Martin, first team Justin Olson, second team

.378

Runs

ABCA/Rawling NCAA Division II West Region Pitcher of the Year

2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003

.461

RBI

Academic All-District

Game 47 times, last by Daniel Dillard Season Daniel Dillard (‘10) Career Casey Webster (’82-85)

2

16

29

Stolen Bases

Game Ryan Peterson (’99), Bob Lindow (’75) Season Dylan Bruck (‘08) Career Joey Price (’00-02)

5

39 102

Wins

Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Nick Waechter (’04-06)

All-Time Records

Jeremiah Robbins 175-83 (five seasons) 175-83 (five seasons) 114-26 (five seasons) (503) 838-8448 robbinsj@wou.edu Kellen Walker, Matt Skundrick, Sam Kirby, Kellen Hobie, Cody Reeves 34-15 28-4 3 position players/6 pitchers 14/16 1199-1093-4 (82 seasons) 191-45 (nine seasons)

WOU Baseball Honor Roll

Head Coach Robbins Career Record Robbins WOU Record Robbins GNAC Record Office Number Email Assistant Coaches 2010 Record 2010 GNAC Record Starters Returning Letterwinners Returning/Lost All-time Record All-time GNAC Record

2010 Year in Review

2011 Quick Facts

WOU Baseball

2011 Wolves Baseball

13

28

Strikeouts

Game Mark Hartman (’70) Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Nick Waechter (’04-06)

19 119

269

ERA

Season Gene Lanthorn (’72) Career Gene Lanthorn (’71-72)

1.49 1.68

Saves

Season Mike Gits (’01) Career Mike Gits (’00-01)

9

13


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