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116 ��� Honoring the Mountaineers in 2018

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2019 BASEBALL GUIDE CREDITS The 2019 West Virginia University Baseball Guide has been published by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Managing Editor: Joe Swan | Editor/Writer: Charlie Healy | Page Layout/Design: Bob Slater Provations Group, Kristin Coldsnow | Contributors: Lisa Ammons, John Antonik, Lindsay Auld, Ashley Bailey, Jared Bedekovich, Tanner Cain, Grant Dovey, Shannon Wolfgang, Drew Mack, Bryan Messerly, Joe Mitchin, Mike Montoro, Amy Prunty, Leighann Sainato, Amy Salvatore, Olivia Van Horn, Cheryl Wire | Photography: All-Pro Photography by Dale Sparks, Bill Barrett, Bob Beverly, John Bright, M.G. Ellis, Pete Emerson, Dan Friend, Jeff Geissler, David Green, Julia Lucas, Tyson Murray, Dan Nagy, Brian Persinger, Steven M. Prunty, Chuck Scheer, Steve Smith, Martin Valent, WVU Athletic Archives, WVU Photographic Services, Alison Toffle, David Zicherman

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117 ���������������������������������� Season Results 118 �������������������������������� Overall Statistics 119 ���������������������������� Record Breakdown 120 ������������������������������ Hitting Breakdown 122 ��������������������������� Pitching Breakdown 123 ��������������������������� Fielding Breakdown 124 ���������������������������������� Series Statistics

RECORD BOOK 132 ���������������������������������� Hitting Records 136 �������������������������������� Fielding Records 137 ������������������������������� Pitching Records 140 ������������������������ Team Hitting Records 141 ���������������������� Team Pitching Records 142 ��������������������������������� Season Leaders 143 ����������������������������� Top Performances

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144 ���������������������� Career Individual Stats

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COACHING STAFF

2 ���������������������������������� In the Spotlight

36 ������������������� Head Coach Randy Mazey

4 ����������������������������� History of Success

42 ������������� Assistant Coach Steve Sabins

6 ������������������������������ Mountaineer Pros

44 �������������� Assistant Coach Mark Ginther

8 ����������������������������������������� In the Draft

46 ����������� Assistant Coach Zach Bargeron

10 ���������������������������������� Coaching Staff

47 �����������������������Pat Crowe, Jared Fabian

12 ��������������������� Annual Leadoff Dinner

48 �������������� Sean Healy, Cole Stembridge

14 ������������ Monongalia County Ballpark

49 �����������������������������������������Support Staff

16 ������������������������ 2017 NCAA Regional

PLAYER PROFILES

18 ���������������������Big League Experience 20 ����������������������������Big 12 Conference 22 ��������������� Strength and Conditioning 24 �������������������������������� Athletic Training 26 ���������� Student-Athlete Development 28 ���������������������������� In the Community 30 ������������������������ 2013 Moore Tornado 32 ������������������������������������ Campus Life

52 ������������������������������������������������� Rosters 54 ��������������������������� Returning Player Bios 98 ����������������������������������� Newcomer Bios 106 ��������������������������������������� Photo Roster

SEASON PREVIEW 108 ���������������������������������� Season Preview 111 ������������������������������������ 2019 Schedule 112 ������������������������Broadcast Information WVUBaseball

151 ������������� Monongalia County Ballpark 152 ����������������������������� NCAA Tournament 154 ����������������������������� Coaching Records 155 ������������������������� Year-By-Year Record 156 ���������������������������������� Series Records 158 ������������������������� Year-by-Year Results 180 ���������������������������� MLB Mountaineers 181 ���������������������� MLB Draft/Free Agents 183 ������������������������������������ All-Americans 185 ������������������������������� Honors & Awards 188 ����������������������� All-Time Letterwinners

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 194 ������������������ President E. Gordon Gee 195 ����� Director of Athletics Shane Lyons 196 ����� WVU Senior Staff and Head Coaches 197 ��������������������� WVU Athletics Facilities 198 ����������������� Athletics Communications

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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From a passionate fan base that supports West Virginia Athletics in Morgantown and across the country to local and national media and having the exposure of competing on a national stage in the Big 12 Conference, all eyes are on the Mountaineers.

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HISTORY OF SUCCESS »»127 Years »»12 NCAA Tournaments »»19 Head Coaches »»More Than 2,100 Wins

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»»25 Major League Baseball Players »»18 All-Americans »»1 United States Olympian


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»» 25 Mountaineers have played in the Major Leagues, including three in 2018. Jedd Gyorko became the fifth Mountaineer to play at least six seasons in the majors, while Harrison Musgrave and John Means made their big league debuts in 2018. »» From Morgantown, Gyorko has played in more than 700 career games and has more than 600 hits, both second-most in WVU history, and has spent the last three years with the St. Louis Cardinals. »» Musgrave made his MLB debut with the Colorado Rockies on April 23, and appeared in 35 games in his rookie season, which included a pair of postseason contests for the Nutter Fort, West Virginia, native. »» Means earned a September call-up with the Baltimore Orioles and made his big league debut on September 26, at Fenway Park, where the Olathe, Kansas, native pitched 3.1 innings.

HARRISON MUSGRAVE

»» Musgrave and Means are the first players coached by Randy Mazey at West Virginia to appear in the majors, and the pair were teammates at WVU from 2013-14.

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE MAJORS JOHN MEANS JEDD GYORKO

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DAVID CARPENTER

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JOHN RADOSEVICH

IN THE DRAFT DARRELL WHITMORE

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»»West Virginia has been well represented in the Major League Baseball Draft with a total of 90 draft picks since the first draft in 1965. Since 1984, the Mountaineers have had at least one pick in 31 of the 35 drafts. »» Eleven players have been selected in the top 10 rounds, led by firstround pick Chris Enochs, who was drafted 11th overall in the 1997 draft. Michael Grove added to that list in 2018, when he was selected in the second round, WVU’s fourth-ever pick in the top two rounds. »» WVU has had 20 draft selections in coach Randy Mazey’s six seasons, the most draft picks in a six-year stretch in team history.

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COACHING STAFF In his seventh season in Morgantown, head coach Randy Mazey has guided the Mountaineers to record-setting success. Mazey is joined by assistants Steve Sabins, Mark Ginther and Zach Bargeron for a coaching staff that has won championships, played professionally, produced Major Leaguers and developed players to compete at the highest level.

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ANNUAL LEADOFF DINNER

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The Mountaineers have opened their season in style in recent years with the annual WVU Baseball Leadoff Dinner. Featuring guest speakers Pete Rose in 2016, Inky Johnson in 2017 and Domingo Ayala and Pittsburgh Dad in 2018, hundreds of fans have shown they’re ready for baseball in January by showing their support of the WVU baseball program.

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»» The 2019 season marks West Virginia’s fifth at beautiful Monongalia County Ballpark, one of the newest and finest facilities in collegiate baseball. »» The 3,500-seat ballpark was named the Ballpark of the Year by BaseballParks. com in 2015 and features hillside seating, several club seating options and a fan amenity deck. »» State-of-the-art player amenities include a spacious clubhouse and team lounge, team theater, strength and conditioning facilities, athletic training room and offices. »» Additionally, the Caperton Indoor Facility provides the Mountaineers with more than 75,000 square feet of indoor practice space with batting cages, pitching mounds and enough room for two full infields.

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2017 NCAA REGIONAL

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West Virginia earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the 12th time in program history in 2017, playing in the Winston-Salem Regional. Seeded second, the Mountaineers made their first tournament appearance since 1996 and were an at-large selection for the first time in team history. WVU went 2-2 and advanced to the regional final for the third time and first since 1982.

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BIG LEAGUE EXPERIENCE

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West Virginia has had the opportunity to play at PNC Park each of the last two years and owns a 2-0 record at the home of Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates. WVU played its first-ever game at the Pittsburgh ballpark on May 10, 2017, with a 4-2 victory over Penn State, and followed it up with a 3-2, walk-off win in 10 innings against PSU in 2018. The Mountaineers will return to PNC Park in 2019, with a Backyard Brawl matchup against Pitt on Tuesday, May 14, at 6 p.m. The 2019 season will mark the fourth consecutive year the Mountaineers will play at a Major League facility. In 2016, they faced the Arizona Diamondbacks in an exhibition contest at Salt River Fields, Arizona’s Spring Training ballpark. WVUBaseball WVUGymnastics

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The Mountaineers are in their seventh season in the Big 12, one of the

nation’s premier athletic conferences in the country. Big 12 baseball has proven to be one of the best and most competitive conferences in the country, with a total of 113 NCAA Regional appearances and 25 College World Series appearances in the league’s 23 seasons. Last year, five of the league’s nine teams made the NCAA Tournament, with two reaching the College World Series

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

The baseball team’s strength and conditioning program is led by strength coach Sean Healy, who returned to West Virginia this year. A WVU graduate assistant in 2014, Healy has served as a minor league sports performance coach in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization in addition to stints with VMI, the New York Jets, Notre Dame and George Mason.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING The WVU athletic training program provides quality health care for student-athletes with a scope of services, including injury recognition and prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, education and counseling that will enable the athlete to maintain an optimal quality of life beyond the span of athletic competition. Monongalia County Ballpark features a fullyfurnished athletic training room, complete with the latest in technology and equipment.

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STUDENT=ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT West Virginia University offers a variety of services and programs to help student-athletes maximize their academic potential. Department staff members work with coaches, campus student service providers and faculty to help student-athletes meet the unique demands of the classroom, athletic competition and the personal-social challenges they face as college students.

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IN THE COMMUNITY The West Virginia baseball team has made a commitment to give back to the community in every possible aspect, both in the Morgantown area and throughout the state. Representing West Virginia University, the city of Morgantown and the state of West Virginia in a charitable manner is a supporting block in the foundation of WVU baseball.

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2013 MOORE TORNADO

On Monday, May 20, 2013, the Mountaineers in Oklahoma City, getting ready for the Big 12 Baseball Championship, when a rare EF5 tornado devastated the nearby town of Moore, Okla. The tornado had estimated wind speeds of 210 miles per hour and destroyed a 17-mile path. Minutes after watching the deadly tornado, the West Virginia baseball team was ready to help in the effort. The team went to a local Walmart, and each player took a shopping cart to load up with clothes, flashlights, batteries, shoes and more – paid for by funds that had been privately raised for the baseball program. On Tuesday afternoon the Mountaineers drove to the University of Oklahoma campus - where more than 100 displaced victims temporarily were staying – to drop off the supplies. After the Mountaineers were eliminated on the final day of the tournament, the team returned to Moore and spent four hours helping to clean up houses that had been destroyed during the tornado. In the aftermath, the team provided support in the rebuilding efforts as Arizona Diamondbacks Managing General Partner Ken Kendrick donated $200,000 in the name of WVU baseball to the Oklahoma City tornado relief effort. “Twenty years from now, when they look back at their college baseball career and the baseball tournament here in Oklahoma City, I have my doubts that they will remember the games at all, but they are going to remember what they did for the families – and the impact they’ve had on people’s lives.” – Coach Randy Mazey

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CHARACTER Public, land-grant institution.

academic degree in their field, and 66 percent of WVU Morgantown classes are taught by full-time instructional faculty.

RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION R1: Doctoral Universities–Highest Research Activity, as described by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

»» Instructional Faculty: 2,034 Full-time / 671 Part-time »» Extension Faculty: 123 Full-time »» Library Faculty: 33 Full-time / 1 Part-time »» Other Academic (faculty equivalents/researchers): 576 Fulltime / 53 Part-time »» Classified Staff: 1,964 Full-time / 106 Part-time »» Non-Classified Staff: 937 Full-time / 30 Part-time »» Graduate Assistants: 1,594 Part-time

WVU SYSTEM OPERATING BUDGET (INCLUDING WVU MEDICINE) Approximately $3 billion. ACCREDITATIONS By the Higher Learning Commission and dozens of specialized academic accrediting agencies. GOVERNANCE The WVU Board of Governors is the University’s governing body. The Higher Education Policy Commission in West Virginia is responsible for developing, establishing and overseeing the implementation of a public policy agenda for the state’s four-year colleges and universities. E. Gordon Gee is WVU’s 24th president. CAMPUS LOCATIONS The West Virginia University System is a family of distinctive campuses united by a single mission. From the groundbreaking research of our flagship in Morgantown (ranked R1, the highest research category institution) to the student-centered focus of WVU Potomac State College in Keyser to the technology-intensive programs at WVU Institute of Technology in Beckley — we are leveraging our talents and resources to create a better future for West Virginia and the world. The WVU Institute of Technology in Beckley offers more than 40 majors, including one of the top 100 undergraduate engineering programs in the country, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. WVU Potomac State College in Keyser has one of the lowest tuition rates of all the nation’s four-year institutions. Offering more than 50 majors, this campus combines the personal attention of a small college with the benefits of a major university. The WVU System also includes divisions of the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center in Charleston and Martinsburg, as well as 10 experimental farms and four forests throughout the state and WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp. The WVU Morgantown campus is located in a town named “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.com for its exceptional quality of life. Morgantown, population 30,855, was also rated the ninth best college town in America by Business Insider and is within easy traveling distance of Washington, D.C., to the east, Pittsburgh, Pa., to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, to the northwest. Other rankings: Kiplinger.com included Morgantown in their 10 great places to live list; one of “Best Sports Cities” by Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th overall “Hottest Small City” by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; and the second-ranking “Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes. STUDENT PROFILE Fall 2017 WVU System enrollment is 31,442: »» Potomac State College - 1,410 »» WVU Tech - 1,623 »» Morgantown campus - 28,409 Students at the Morgantown campus come from 108 nations, all 50 U.S. states (plus D.C.) and all 55 West Virginia counties; 15,353 are West Virginia residents. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships: 25 Rhodes Scholars, 23 Truman Scholars, 45 Goldwater Scholars, two George C. Marshall (British) Scholars, five Morris K. Udall Scholars, five USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), 25 Boren Scholars, 49 Gilman Scholars, 59 Fulbright Scholars, three Department of Homeland Security Scholars, 30 Critical Language Scholars, one Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar, five National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellows and 25 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows. FACULTY AND STAFF PROFILE Excellent faculty – 19 of whom have been named Carnegie Foundation Professors of the Year – guide and mentor students. Eighty-two percent of full-time instructional faculty hold the highest

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Fourteen Morgantown colleges and schools offer 360-plus majors in agriculture, natural resources and design; arts and sciences; business and economics; creative arts; dentistry; education and human services; engineering and mineral resources; law; media; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical activity and sport sciences; public health. Hundreds of distance-education and online classes are available. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Students can choose from among 480-plus student organizations or participate in an active intramural program or a variety of club sports. SERVICE AND LEARNING The Center for Service and Learning develops and organizes service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and faculty. WVU earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification – joining only 6 percent of all universities. It is the only institution in West Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community engagement. SAFETY West Virginia University continues to be ranked among the top 40 safest college campuses in the United States by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. For the second consecutive year, WVU is 34th in the country. SCHOLARSHIPS AND AID In 2016-17, the WVU System granted $320 million in total aid, while WVU Morgantown disbursed $87 million in scholarships. admissions.wvu.edu/cost-and-aid TUITION Annual undergraduate tuition and fee rates for 2018-19 are $8,976 for in-state students and $25,056 for out-of-state students. HONORS COLLEGE The WVU Honors College encourages a style of learning and living that is tailored to the highly motivated, excelling student’s special requirements. Innovative, challenging courses, designed to stimulate creativity and to provoke in-depth discussion, are offered in small class settings. PARENTS CLUB The Mountaineer Parents Club, with 20,000-plus members in 28 clubs, connects parents and families with the student experience. ATHLETICS A member of the Big 12 Conference, WVU competes in 18 intercollegiate varsity sports. ADMISSION AND APPLICATION TIMELINE Admission is based on a combination of high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores. Applications are processed beginning Aug. 15 for admission the following fall. March 1 is the deadline for WV residents to submit PROMISE Scholarship applications. WVU has a rolling admissions policy, and no official application deadline. VISITORS CENTER Located on the Morgantown Waterfront, the WVU Visitors Center features unique, cutting-edge displays and traditional West Virginia hospitality. Guided tours are offered Monday through Saturday, except home football Saturdays. ALUMNI Chartered in 1873, the WVU Alumni Association is made up of more than 200,000 graduates worldwide in some 135 nations.


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STAFF 36���������������������� Head Coach Randy Mazey 42��������������� Assistant Coach Steve Sabins 44��������������� Assistant Coach Mark Ginther 46������������ Assistant Coach Zach Bargeron 47 ���������������������� Pat Crowe, Jared Fabian 48 ��������������� Sean Healy, Cole Stembridge 49 ����������������������������������������� Support Staff


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COACH RANDY MAZEY IS IN HIS SEVENTH SEASON AT WEST VIRGINIA AFTER GUIDING THE TEAM TO UNPRECEDENTED HEIGHTS IN HIS FIRST SIX YEARS IN MORGANTOWN, INCLUDING AN NCAA TOURNAMENT IN 2017 AND THREE CONSECUTIVE BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINAL APPEARANCES.

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (1994-96) Head Coach

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PERSONAL Born Hometown Alma Mater Family

May 23, 1966 Johnstown, Pa. Clemson, 1988 (B.S.) Clemson, 1993 (M.S.) wife, Amanda;

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 1985-88 1988 1989

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Clemson (NCAA) Burlington (Rookie) Miami (Class A) All-ACC First Team All-ACC First Team All-ACC Academic Team All-ACC Second Team All-ACC Academic Team

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NCAA Regional W-L NCAA 43-23 Regional 60-10 CWS 50-14 Regional 45-20 Regional 19-34 17-36 30-24-1 Regional 28-27 30-29 28-28 40-23 48-20 CWS 27-28 34-27-1 Regional 51-13 S. Regional 36-26 Regional 48-14 Regional 44-19 Regional 40-18 S. Regional 54-14 CWS 43-19 Regional 40-22 S. Regional 33-26 28-26 27-27 36-22 36-26 Regional 29-27 28 12 16 3 376-314-2 (.545) 189-154 (.551)

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HEAD COACH 7th SEASON Coach Randy Mazey is in his seventh season at West Virginia after guiding the team to unprecedented heights in his first six years in Morgantown, including an NCAA Tournament in 2017 and three consecutive Big 12 Championship semifinal appearances from 2016-18. Known as one of the top on-field coaches in collegiate baseball, Mazey led WVU to its first postseason appearance in 21 years in 2017, as the Mountaineers reached the NCAA regional final for the third time in program history. Following the season, he was recognized as the ABCA East Regional Coach of the Year and the Chuck Tanner College Coach of the Year. In his first six seasons, West Virginia has quickly risen in the Big 12 Conference, finishing in the top four in three of its first six seasons in the league and advancing to the Big 12 Championship semifinals three times, with a championship game appearance in 2016. In six seasons at the helm, Mazey is 189-154 and is the fifth-winningest coach in the program’s 126-year history.

LAST SEASON

For the third consecutive season, the Mountaineers advanced to the Big 12 Championship semifinals, as they went 29-27 on the season and 9-15 in the Big 12, the No. 2 RPI conference in the country. WVU is one of two teams to reach the Big 12 semifinals in three consecutive years. West Virginia went 5-3 against top-25 teams, which included a series win over No. 19 Texas.

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Another highlight of the 2018 campaign was a 3-2, walk-off win in 10 innings at PNC Park, as the Mountaineers improved to 2-0 at the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Mazey’s squad stole 95 bases, which led the Big 12, was No. 17 nationally and was third-most in program history. Additionally, WVU’s 12 team saves and 462 strikeouts also were No. 3 in the record books. Numerous Mountaineers earned national postseason awards, highlighted by junior second baseman Kyle Gray, who was recognized on the ABCA All-America Third Team. That continued a stretch of four consecutive years with an All-America honor for West Virginia. Gray was joined by fellow junior Darius Hill on the ABCA East All-Region First Team, marking the sixth consecutive year under Mazey’s leadership West Virginia has had a representative on the all-region list. Eight players were named to an All-Big 12 Team, and five were honored on an Academic All-Big 12 Team. WVU also continued its streak of having several players selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, as four Mountaineers were drafted. West Virginia has had 20 draft picks in Mazey’s tenure, the most in a six-year stretch in program history. Junior Michael Grove was drafted in the second round by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Gray was selected in the 14th round by the New York Yankees, junior Jimmy Galusky was picked in the 20th round by the Chicago White Sox and senior BJ Myers was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 35th round. Grove became the fourth Mountaineer ever picked in the top two rounds and is WVU’s highest draft pick since 2010.

2017

The 2017 season was WVU’s best under Mazey, as the Mountaineers earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time since 1996 and the 12th time in program history. West Virginia went 36-26 and earned an NCAA at-large bid for the first time in program history. Following the record-breaking season, Mazey was named the East Regional Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and the Chuck Tanner College Coach of the Year by the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh.

In the NCAA Tournament, second-seeded WVU went 2-2 and advanced to the regional final for the third time and first since 1982, falling to top-seeded and 13thranked Wake Forest, which was host of the four-team regional. The Mountaineers went 12-12 and finished in fourth in the Big 12 Conference, the No. 1 RPI conference in the country. WVU also advanced to the Big 12 Championship semifinals for the second time in as many years, going 2-2 at the conference tournament. Along with a challenging Big 12 slate, West Virginia played 18 games against top-25 opponents, going 10-8, with all but six games against ranked foes coming on the road. Once again under Mazey’s leadership, a record number of players earned national and conference postseason honors. Sophomore designated hitter/right-handed pitcher Braden Zarbnisky was named to the NCBWA All-America Third Team, becoming the 17th All-American in team history and earning the 15th total AllAmerica accolade under Mazey. Zarbnisky was also named the NCBWA District II Player of the Year, a John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award finalist and to the All-Big 12 First Team. Additionally, junior outfielder Kyle Davis was named to the All-East Region First Team, and sophomore shortstop Jimmy Galusky was recognized on the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List. Zarbnisky headlined a program-record 12 Mountaineers to earn All-Big 12 Team honors, and for the second consecutive year, WVU earned a team-record-tying four Big 12 All-Tournament Team accolades. WVU also had plenty of success in the classroom, as eight Mountaineers were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team and another three were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Senior Jackson Cramer was one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, an accolade that honors seniors for their accomplishments on the field, in the classroom, in the community and as leaders As Mazey’s Mountaineers were having plenty of success on the field, it once again came in front of record-breaking crowds


Two Mountaineers were selected in the MLB Draft. Junior Blake Smith was picked in the 24th round by Washington, and senior Taylor Munden was picked by Miami in the 27th round.

throughout the 2017 season at Monongalia County Ballpark. A total of 40,616 fans, an average of 1,846 per game, filled the stands in Morgantown, both program records. The home season was highlighted by a crowd of 3,415 that saw WVU face No. 3 TCU on April 15, the largest home crowd in team history.

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Mazey continued to lead the Mountaineers in the right direction, qualifying for the Big 12 Championship for the second-straight season and narrowly missing a chance to appear in an NCAA Regional for the first time since 1996.

The path to the pros under Mazey continued in 2017, as two players were drafted and another signed a professional contract with a Major League organization. Junior Kyle Davis was drafted by the eventual World Series Champion Houston Astros in the 15th round of the 2017 MLB Draft and senior Jackson Cramer was picked in the 35th round by the Washington Nationals. They became the 85th and 86th draft selections in team history and the 15th and 16th picks in Mazey’s tenure, the most in a five-year stretch in team history. Additionally, senior Jackson Sigman, the only other senior on the 2017 WVU roster, signed a free agent contract with the Kansas City Royals organization.

West Virginia finished 28-26 overall, including impressive series wins over Baylor, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Texas. Offensively, the Mountaineers ranked No. 1 in hitting (.287) amongst Big 12 teams. Individually, Bobby Boyd (.356), Billy Fleming (.351) and Ryan McBroom (.341) were ranked No. 1-3 in the Big 12 in batting average. The pitching staff posted its lowest earned-run average (3.73) since 1974, marking the first back-toback under 4.00 ERA seasons since 1973-74.

2016

With one of the youngest starting lineups in the country, Mazey led WVU to a record-breaking year in 2016, highlighted by the team’s first trip to the Big 12 Championship Game. The Mountaineers went 36-22 in Mazey’s fourth season, coming up just short of an NCAA Tournament berth.

For the second-straight season, the Mountaineers averaged over 1,000 fans (1,098) with seven of the 15 home games featuring crowds of 1,000 or more. Following the season, six players were chosen in the MLB Draft, led by eighth-rounders Boyd and Harrison Musgrave

West Virginia’s 36 wins were its most in a single season in Mazey’s tenure and the most since a 37-win campaign in 2009. A 12-11 mark in Big 12 play earned the Mountaineers the No. 4 seed in the Big 12 Championship, its second-highest seed since joining the league. WVU went 3-1 in the tournament and made its first conference title game appearance since 1996 and 11th in team history. The Mountaineers finished the year as one of the hottest teams in the country, winning 17 of their last 21 games. The stretch included a 10-game winning streak, the longest in the country at the time and WVU’s longest since an 11-game streak in 2008. Mazey won his 100th game at WVU in an 11-6 victory at Kansas on March 26. He became the fifth coach in program history to eclipse the 100-win mark and the second to accomplish the feat in his first four seasons. Additionally, Mazey’s 300th career win came in an 11-2 win over Texas on May 6. With success on the field came plenty of recognition off of it. For the second consecutive year, two Mountaineers earned Freshman All-America honors. Right fielder Darius Hill was named to five Freshman All-America teams, while Ivan Rodriguez was recognized once. Additionally, WVU collected a program-record 10 All-Big 12 honors, headlined by junior Chad Donato, who became the fourth Mountaineer to earn All-Big 12 First Team accolades. Four Mountaineers were named to the All-Tournament Team, the most in program history: senior KC Huth, sophomore Kyle Davis, sophomore Conner Dotson and senior Ross Vance. Throughout the year, West Virginia earned a total of 10 Big 12 weekly honors, the most in a season since WVU joined the Big 12 in 2013 and tied for the most of any school in the conference in 2016. The total included the first sweep by any Big 12 school of the Player, Pitcher and Newcomer of the Week awards on May 2. Fans once again came out in record numbers to see the Mountaineers, as a total of 40,390 fans filled Monongalia County Ballpark in 2016, the highest home attendance in team history. For 30 home

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games, WVU averaged 1,346 fans per game, the second-highest average in program history. The Mountaineers continued to excel in the classroom, as seven were named to the Academic All-Big 12 team, with five First Team honorees. Mazey’s success of producing professional talent continued as Chad Donato and Blake Smith were selected in the 2016 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Angels, respectively. Ross Vance and Ray Guerrini also signed free-agent contracts with the St. Louis Cardinals and Seattle Mariners and KC Huth signed with the American Association’s Joplin Blasters.

2015

With a young squad, the program’s upward progression continued in Mazey’s third season, as the Mountaineers earned a berth in the Big 12 Championship for the third consecutive season.

After being picked to finish last in the Big 12 preseason poll, Mazey’s first season at the helm of the Mountaineers was a magical one. The team finished with a record of 33-26, including a 13-11 mark in Big 12 play, to finish third in the final conference standings and qualify for the Big 12 Championship. It was only WVU’s fifth 30-win season since 1999 and featured Big 12 series victories against Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech. The fans throughout the state of West Virginia began to follow the Mountaineers, and for the first time ever, WVU ranked in the national average home figures at No. 50 (1,328). Twelve of the 21 home games featured crowds of 1,000 or more, including a Hawley Field record of 2,535 fans on April 30 against Pitt. Offensively, the Mountaineers continued their annual prowess, batting .275 as a team and smacking 32 home runs. McBroom hit a Big 12-leading 12 home runs, and left fielder Jacob Rice earned the WVU batting title with a .333 average.

Despite moving into its new ballpark halfway through the season, WVU broke attendance records for the third consecutive season under Mazey. A total of 33,158 fans, an average of over 1,500 per game, cheered on the Mountaineers at home, a program record.

The pitching staff posted its lowest earned-run average (3.88) since 1978, lowest opponent batting average (.256) since 1993 and the least earned runs allowed (226) since 2001. Musgrave became the first WVU pitcher to earn All-America honors since 1997, completing the year with a 9-1 record, posting a 2.17 ERA and tossing three complete games. In 95.1 innings of work, Musgrave struck out 81 batters and allowed just 65 hits. Musgrave also earned Big 12 Pitcher of the Year honors after earning Big 12 Pitcher of the Week four times and National Pitcher of the Week three times.

Following an impressive season, several Mountaineers earned national recognition. Freshmen Kyle Davis and BJ Myers had breakout campaigns and earned Freshmen All-America accolades. Davis was named to a program record five Freshman AllAmerica teams, and Myers was named a Freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger.

Previously obsolete, the run game changed drastically to help WVU offensively and defensively. Mountaineer runners finished with 68 stolen bases, the most since 1998, while opponents only were successful 31 times. The pitchers also controlled the run game, picking off a school-record and NCAAbest 27 runners.

In the inaugural season of Monongalia County Ballpark, West Virginia finished 27-27 overall, highlighted by series wins at Clemson, at Kansas State, at Oklahoma State and vs. Texas Tech.

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BASEBALL strikeouts, the fifth-best program mark. Mazey guided Matt Purke, who was distinguished as the 2010 consensus National Freshman Pitcher of the Year by several publications, to Baseball America’s Freshman of the Year award. That season’s staff produced two All-Americans and four pitchers earned all-conference honors. The Horned Frogs posted a league-best 484 strikeouts in Mazey’s first season, while four pitchers earned all-conference honors. No fewer than two pitchers earned All-Mountain West honors in the subsequent two seasons. In three seasons at ECU, Mazey put together a 120-66-1 (.644) record, including a school-record 51-13 (.797) mark in his second season in 2004. ECU earned three trips to the NCAA Regionals under his watch.

Following the season, McBroom, Musgrave, righthander pitcher Sean Carley and third baseman Ryan Tuntland were selected in the MLB Draft. It was only the fifth time in school history that four or more players were drafted. A total of nine players earned All-Big 12 honors, while three players were named to the All-Big 12 Academic Team.

PRIOR TO WEST VIRGINIA

Previously the head coach at East Carolina (200406) and Charleston Southern (1994-96), Mazey spent six seasons as an assistant at TCU (2007-12), including the final three seasons as associate head coach. With Mazey on staff, the Horned Frogs compiled a record of 269-106 and won at least 40 games each season. The Horned Frogs made six NCAA Regional appearances, played in three NCAA Super Regionals and made one trip to the College World Series during Mazey’s time at TCU, as well as winning six regular season and three Mountain West Conference tournament titles. Additionally, 18 pitchers were drafted in Mazey’s six seasons and five pitchers earned All-America honors. After winning a share of the 2012 Mountain West Conference regular-season title, the Horned Frogs earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA College Station Regional. TCU advanced to its fourth regional championship game in program history with a 5-2 win over Ole Miss; the Frogs previously advanced in 2007, 2009 and 2010. The decisive victory was the first time in school history TCU won a regional on the road. Additionally, it was the first time the Frogs won four games in a regional.

Prior to a 35-26 campaign in 2005 and a third trip to the NCAA Regionals, Mazey had arguably his most successful season as a head coach, leading the Pirates to a Conference USA regular-season championship with a 25-5 league mark and an NCAA Super Regional appearance. ECU finished the year ranked as high as No. 8 in Baseball America’s poll, and Mazey was named the C-USA Keith LeClair Coach of the Year. Additionally, he was named the East Region Coach of Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Mazey earned his first head coaching opportunity at Charleston Southern, accepting the position at the age of 27 in 1994. After going 36-60 in his first two seasons, he led a CSU team, picked to finish last in the 1996 preseason coaches’ poll, to an NCAA Regional appearance, the Buccaneers first-ever bid, and a 30-241 mark, the team’s first winning season since 1988 and its second 30-win season in school history. Named the Big South Coach of the Year, Mazey directed CSU to the Big South Championship. Following that season, Mazey became the recruiting coordinator and pitching coach at Georgia in 1997, where his staff produced its lowest ERA in four years and set a strikeout record. Mazey then spent the 1998 season at ECU as an assistant and served as the program’s recruiting coordinator. During his first tenure with the Pirates, the team posted the third-highest strikeout total in school history. Mazey spent four seasons as the recruiting coordinator and pitching coach at Tennessee. His staffs posted two of the top four strikeout totals in school history, and he produced six Volunteer pitchers who signed professionally, including one first-round draft pick. In 2000, Tennessee had the second-best ERA in the Southeastern Conference.

In 2012, Mazey guided freshman right-handed pitcher Preston Morrison to the Mountain West Freshman of the Year and Pitcher of the Year awards. He was the first-ever athlete in the conference’s history to earn both honors in one season, and he also earned a spot on the AllMountain West First Team. Sophomore right-handed pitcher Andrew Mitchell also was named to the first team, while junior right-handed relief pitcher Kevin Allen scored a spot on the second team. As a staff, TCU owned a 3.35 earned run average and held opponents to a .243 batting average. The Frogs earned seven shutouts, while two of Mazey’s pitchers won nine games each. In 2011, the Horned Frogs posted a 3.20 ERA, the lowest mark in program history since 1970, and finished with 477

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The Vols advanced to the College World Series in 2001 and tied for third place. Mazey began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Clemson, his alma mater, in 1990. During his four-year stint (1990-93), the Tigers recorded a 19867 mark, won two Atlantic Coast Conference titles, made four straight NCAA Regional appearances and advanced to the College World Series in 1991.

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

Mazey has had a wealth of success developing professional-caliber players, a tradition that has continued in record numbers at West Virginia. One hundred and one times in his career, one of Mazey’s players has received the call on draft day from a Major League club. That number includes 20 MLB draft selections in Mazey’s six seasons at WVU, the most draft picks in a six-year stretch in team history. At least two West Virginia players have been drafted every year of Mazey’s tenure. With WVU’s four draft selections in 2018, there have been 90 Mountaineer draft selections since the first draft was held in 1965. Numerous players have had plenty of Major League success after playing for Mazey. The list includes Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta and current St. Louis Cardinals infielder Matt Carpenter. In 2018, a pair of Mountaineers coached by Mazey made their big league debuts, as Harrison Musgrave spent the majority of the year with the Colorado Rockies, and John Means earned a September call-up with the Baltimore Orioles. The duo are the first players coached by Mazey at West Virginia to appear in the majors.

PLAYING CAREER

A three-time All-ACC selection as an outfielder/pitcher during his playing career (1985-88) at Clemson, Mazey won two ACC titles with the Tigers and advanced to two NCAA Regionals. He finished with a career batting average of .331 and was 8-1 on the mound. Mazey was drafted in the 28th round of the 1988 draft by Cleveland and played two seasons in that organization’s minor league system before returning to Clemson as an assistant coach.

PERSONAL

A native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Mazey earned a bachelor of science degree in administrative management from Clemson in 1988 and an MBA from Clemson in 1993. Following his prep career at United High in Johnstown, he was an 11th round pick in the amateur draft by the Baltimore Orioles. Mazey and his wife, Amanda, have a son, Weston Aydan, and a daughter, Sierra Maranda.


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2018 Michael Grove

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2018 Kyle Gray 2018 Jimmy Galusky

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2005 Ricky Brooks

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New York (AL)

2005 Billy Richardson

Chicago (AL)

2005 Mark Minicozzi

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68

Los Angeles (NL)

2B

14

427

SS

20

588

2018 BJ Myers

RHP

35

1050

Tampa Bay

2017 Kyle Davis

OF

15

451

Houston

2017 Jackson Cramer

1B

35

1063

2016 Chad Donato

RHP

11

2016 Blake Smith

RHP

29

2015 Blake Smith

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2015 Taylor Munden 2014 Bobby Boyd

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MLB TEAM

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95

Chicago (AL)

SS

14

428

San Diego

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17

522

San Francisco

2005 Brian Cavanaugh

OF

21

638

San Diego

2004 Greg Bunn

RHP

5

144

Montreal

Washington

2004 Trevor Lawhorn

2B

9

258

Cincinnati

337

Houston

2004 Ryan Norwood

1B

9

276

Chicago (NL)

876

Los Angeles (AL)

2004 Darryl Lawhorn

OF

11

326

Arizona

24

734

Washington

2004 Matt Bishop

RHP

17

502

Pittsburgh

SS

27

806

Miami

OF

8

226

Houston

2014 Harrison Musgrave

LHP

8

233

2014 John Means

LHP

11

2014 Sean Carley

RHP

2014 Ryan McBroom

1B

2004 John Poppert

C

17

504

Montreal

2004 Ryan Jones

OF

22

667

Oakland

Colorado

2003 Glenn Tucker

RHP

11

337

Atlanta

331

Baltimore

2003 David Penny

RHP

28

834

Boston

14

422

New York (AL)

2002 Jeff Terrell

LHP

31

926

Toronto

15

444

Toronto

2001 Chris Burke

2B

1

10

Houston

2014 Corey Walter

RHP

28

852

Oakland

2001 Jeff Christensen

OF

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155

New York (AL)

2013 Ryan Tuntland

3B

29

882

San Francisco

2001 Stevie Daniel

2B

6

193

Chicago (AL)

2013 Harrison Musgrave

LHP

33

991

Philadelphia

2001 Justin Parker

LHP

18

555

Atlanta

2013 Sean Carley

RHP

34

1018

San Diego

2001 Brian Gates

RHP

28

827

Minnesota

2013 Ryan McBroom

1B

36

1074

Kansas City

2001 Kris Bennett

3B

30

890

Philadelphia

2012 Josh Elander

C

6

209

Atlanta

2001 Wyatt Allen

RHP

1

39

Chicago (AL) Philadelphia

2012 Kyle Von Tungeln

CF

13

408

Colorado

2012 Kevin Allen

RHP

23

703

Kansas City

2012 Tyler Duffie

RHP

27

845

Milwaukee

2012 Jason Coats

LF

29

891

Chicago (AL)

2012 Kaleb Merck

RHP

33

1000

Minnesota

2011 Matt Purke

LHP

3

96

Washington

2011 Taylor Featherson

SS

5

168

Colorado

2011 Kyle Winkler

RHP

10

304

2011 Jason Coats

LF

12

2011 Erik Miller

RHP

31

2011 Steven Maxwell

RHP

2011 Jerome Pena

2B

2011 Kaleb Merck

RHP

2010 Bryan Holaday

C

2000 Jamie Bennett

LHP

15

655

2000 John Massey

C

29

939

Arizona

1999 Marlyn Tisdale

RHP

44

1320

Cincinnati

1998 Jason Colquitt

C

27

807

Detroit

1998 Randy Rigsby

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32

970

Florida

1997 Josh Gandy

LHP

10

303

Minnesota

1997 Tristan Jerue

RHP

22

674

St. Louis

Arizona

1993 Keith Williams

OF

7

190

San Francisco

365

Baltimore

1993 Billy McMillon

OF

8

239

Florida

955

Cincinnati

1993 Chris Carter

C

30

851

Milwaukee

37

1119

Chicago (NL)

1993 Chad Phillips

LHP

42

1191

Florida

38

1145

Baltimore

1992 Scott Miller

RHP

3

88

Oakland

43

1314

Texas

1992 Jason Angel

RHP

5

129

Cincinnati

6

193

Detroit

1992 Paxton Briley

RHP

5

132

Los Angeles (AL)

2010 Greg Holle

RHP

11

339

Milwaukee

1992 Ted Corbin

SS

20

570

Minnesota

2010 Steven Maxwell

RHP

12

375

Minnesota

1992 Kevin Northup

OF

31

855

Montreal

2010 Matt Curry

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16

477

Pittsburgh

1992 Aaron Jersild

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1213

Toronto

2010 Tyler Lockwood

RHP

25

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Boston

1991 Joe De Berry

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3

93

Cincinnati

2010 Paul Gerrish

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42

1263

Houston

1991 Jim Crowley

3B

11

304

Boston

2009 Matt Vern

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13

384

San Diego

1990 Tim Parker

RHP

3

96

Chicago (NL)

2009 Matt Carpenter

3B

13

399

St. Louis

1990 Brian Kowitz

OF

9

237

Atlanta

2009 Chris Ellington

RF

32

976

Milwaukee

1990 Ronald Frazier

RHP

12

327

New York (AL)

2008 Andrew Cashner

RHP

1

19

Chicago (NL)

1990 Timothy Rigsby

SS

13

344

Florida

2008 Seth Garrison

RHP

23

712

Boston

1990 Michael Couture

C

16

439

Milwaukee

2008 Bryan Kervin

SS

27

819

Toronto

1990 Brian Faw

RHP

17

462

New York (AL)

2008 Cody Dunbar

RHP

30

909

Toronto

1990 David Tripp

RHP

25

688

Oakland

2007 Sam Demel

RHP

3

120

Oakland

2007 Andrew Walker

C

5

158

Pittsburgh

2007 Jake Arrieta

RHP

5

159

Baltimore

2007 Chance Corgan

RHP

5

164

San Francisco

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447

San Diego

2007 Cody Dunbar

RHP

21

655

Toronto

2007 Seth Garrison

RHP

25

774

Boston

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ASSISTANT COACH/ RECRUITING COORDINATOR 4th SEASON Steve Sabins is in his fourth season as an assistant coach with the West Virginia baseball team, serving as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. In Sabins’ first three years, the Mountaineers have produced recordsetting numbers offensively, while also bringing in the highest-ranked recruiting classes in program history. That includes the 2018 class, ranked No. 28, and the 2019 class, ranked No. 38, which are the first in

program history ranked inside the top 50 nationally. West Virginia advanced to the Big 12 Championship semifinals for the third consecutive year in 2018, one of only two teams to achieve the feat, to highlight the 2018 campaign. The squad stole 95 bases, which led the Big 12, was No. 17 nationally and third-most in program history. WVU also was third in the league in offense for the second consecutive year, with a .280 batting average. Sabins saw numerous Mountaineers once again earn national postseason awards, highlighted by junior second baseman Kyle Gray, who was named to the ABCA All-America Third Team. Gray was joined by fellow junior Darius Hill on the ABCA East All-Region First Team. Additionally, eight players were named to an All-Big 12 Team, and five were honored on an Academic All-Big 12 Team. WVU also continued its streak of having several players selected in the MLB Draft,

PERSONAL Born Hometown Alma Mater Family

Angelina Community College (NJCAA) Daytona Beach Community College (NJCAA) Oklahoma State (NCAA) Embry-Riddle (NAIA)

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NAIA All-America Sun Conference Player of the Year First Team All-Sun Conference NAIA World Series All-Tournament Team NAIA Academic All-American

COACHING EXPERIENCE

2011 Leesburg Thunder (Head Coach) 2012-13 Oklahoma State (Graduate Assistant) 2012 Winchester Royals (Head Coach) 2013 Charles Town Cannons (General Manager) 2013-15 Oklahoma State (Assistant) 2016-present West Virginia (Assistant Coach, Recruiting Coordinator 2018-present)

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Sabins helped lead WVU to recordbreaking success in 2017, highlighted by an NCAA Tournament appearance. After going 36-26 and finishing fourth in the highly competitive Big 12 Conference, the Mountaineers earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time since 1996 and the 12th time in program history. Sophomore designated hitter/righthanded pitcher Braden Zarbnisky headlined a long list of national and conference postseason honors in 2017. He was named to the NCBWA All-America Third Team, becoming the

POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE May 11, 1987 Austin, Texas Embry-Riddle, 2011 (B.A.) Oklahoma State, 2013 (M.S.) wife, Tabitha; daughter, Charlee

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2007 2008 2009 2010-11

as four Mountaineers were drafted. Junior Michael Grove was drafted in the second round by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Gray was selected in the 14th round by the New York Yankees, junior Jimmy Galusky was picked in the 20th round by the Chicago White Sox and senior BJ Myers was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 35th round. Grove became the fourth Mountaineer ever picked in the top two rounds and is WVU’s highest draft pick since 2010.

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NCAA Regional (Player) NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional

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NJCAA Tournament (Player)

LEESBURGH THUNDER 2011

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17th All-American in team history. Zarbnisky also was named the NCBWA District II Player of the Year, a John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award finalist and to the All-Big 12 First Team. Additionally, junior outfielder Kyle Davis was named to the All-East Region First Team, and Galusky was recognized on the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List. Zarbnisky was one of a program-record 12 Mountaineers to earn All-Big 12 Team honors, and for the second consecutive year, WVU earned a team-record-tying four Big 12 All-Tournament Team accolades. WVU also had plenty of success in the classroom, as eight Mountaineers were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team and another three were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Two players were drafted following the 2017 season, as Davis was picked by the eventual World Series Champion Houston Astros in the 15th round and senior Jackson Cramer was selected in the 35th round by the Washington Nationals. Sabins’ first season with the Mountaineers was a memorable one, as WVU posted a 36-22 record and advanced to its first ever Big 12 Championship Game. West Virginia closed the year as one of the hottest teams in the country, winning 17 of its last 21 games. With one of the youngest starting lineups in the country, Sabins helped guide the WVU to its best offensive numbers since joining the Big 12 Conference in 2013. The Mountaineers’ batting average (.287), RBIs (312), runs scored (341), doubles (116), triples (21), total bases (847), slugging percentage (.432), walks (240), on-base percentage (.370) and strikeoutto-walk ratio (1.58) were all their best since moving to the Big 12. Two Mountaineers were named to multiple Freshman All-America teams. Hill was honored five times, while Ivan Gonzalez was named to one Freshman AllAmerica team. WVU’s wealth of postseason accolades also included 10 All-Big 12 Team and four All-Tournament Team honors, both program records. West Virginia’s 10 Big 12 weekly honors also were the most in a season since joining the Big 12 and tied for the most by any school in the league in 2016.

Sabins came to Morgantown after four seasons at Oklahoma State, where he impacted all facets of the OSU program from 2011-15. He also brings experience as a head coach and general manager in collegiate summer leagues to WVU. An Austin, Texas, native, Sabins served as OSU’s first base coach and outfield coach in 2015 as a volunteer assistant coach. He assisted in recruiting and creating opponent scouting reports and also assisted with hitting and base running. With Sabins on staff, the Cowboys made the NCAA Regionals each of the last three seasons, including a Super Regional appearance in 2014. Under Sabins’ direction in 2015, the OSU outfield core had a .990 FDP% and all three primary starting outfielders earned All-Big 12 honors. Sabins worked his way up onto the OSU coaching staff, first as the team’s graduate assistant in 2012-13 and then as the player development coordinator in 2014 before becoming the volunteer assistant coach in 2015.

POS. RHP 2B SS RHP OF RHP RHP OF RHP OF 1B RHP SS RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP 2B RHP C RHP 1B LHP RHP RHP

As a player, Sabins began his collegiate career at Angelina Community College. He then attended Daytona Beach Community College before being recruited to play at Oklahoma State. After a medical redshirt season with the Cowboys, Sabins transferred to Embry-Riddle and was named the Sun Conference Player of the Year and an NAIA All-American. Sabins graduated from Embry-Riddle with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2011. He earned a master’s of science degree in educational leadership-higher education from Oklahoma State. Sabins is married to Tabitha Tucker, and they have one daughter, Charlee.

As the team’s player development coordinator in 2014, Sabins worked directly with the strength, marketing, fundraising and academic staffs. Sabins also oversaw the team’s summer bridge program, handled oncampus recruiting as well as video analysis and was the director of the Dugout Club. Sabins began his career on the OSU staff as a graduate assistant during the 2012-13 seasons. He ran the video analysis program and scouted game and practice footage, providing film and feedback for hitters, infielders and pitchers. Sabins prepared scouting reports, organized Dugout Club events and implemented an academic accountability system to monitor and improve individual and team academic performances. In 2013, Sabins served as the general manager of the Charles Town Cannons in their first season in the Valley Baseball League. Sabins led the Cannons to the postseason, becoming the only expansion team to make the playoffs in their first season. Building a team from the ground up, Sabins led the recruitment of collegiate players to the team, hired the coaching staff and worked with the marketing staff and Charles Town, West Virginia, city officials.

STEVE SABINS CAREER DRAFT CHART

YEAR PLAYER 2018 Michael Grove 2018 Kyle Gray 2018 Jimmy Galusky 2018 BJ Myers 2018 Jon Littell 2017 Tyler Buffet 2017 Trey Cobb 2017 Garrett McCain 2017 Blake Battenfield 2017 Kyle Davis 2017 Jackson Cramer 2016 Thomas Hatch 2016 Donovan Walton 2016 Remey Reed 2016 Garrett Williams 2016 Tyler Buffet 2016 Chad Donato 2016 Trey Cobb 2016 Michael Mertz 2016 JR Davis 2016 Blake Smith 2016 Collin Theroux 2016 Conor Costello 2016 Dustin Williams 2015 Michael Freeman 2015 Koda Glover 2015 Jake Johnson

Sabins was the head coach of the VBL’s Winchester Royals in 2012 and the head coach of the Leesburg Thunder of the Futures Wood Bat League in 2011. The Royals set league records for homeruns and RBI, while Sabins guide the Thunder to a regular season and World Series championships.

RD. OVERALL  2 68 14 427 20 588 35 1050 37 1124 6 167 8 247 10 305 17 507 15 451 35 1063 3 104 5 147 6 173 7 215 7 217 11 337 12 374 14 413 15 466 29 876 32 952 32 971 36 1095 7 199 8 254 16 475

MLB TEAM Los Angeles (NL) New York (AL) Chicago (AL) Tampa Bay Los Angeles (NL) Cincinnati New York (NL) Detroit Chicago (AL) Houston Washington Chicago (NL) Seattle Miami San Francisco Houston Houston Chicago (NL) Miami St. Louis Los Angeles (AL) Oakland Los Angeles (NL) Pittsburgh Houston Washington Cincinnati

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YEAR PLAYER POS. 2015 Logan Boyd LHP 2015 Tim Arakawa 2B 2015 John Perrin RHP 2015 Bryan Case C 2015 Gage Green C 2014 Logan Moon OF 2014 Emmanuel Marrero SS 2014 Zack Fish OF 2014 Richard “Junior” Amion CF 2014 Brendan McCurry RHP 2014 Tanner Krietemeier 1B 2014 Vince Wheeland RHP 2014 Adam Parks RHP 2013 Jason Hursh RHP 2013 Zane Evans C 2013 Jimmy Yezzo 1B 2013 Joseph Odom C 2013 Mike Miller C 2013 Randy McCurry SS 2013 Eric Green LHP 2012 Andrew Heaney LHP 2012 Mark Ginther 3B 2012 Hunter Bailey SS 2012 Roland Barnes RHP 2012 Chase Stevens RHP 2012 Kyle Ottoson LHP

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MARK

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ASSISTANT COACH 1st SEASON Mark Ginther is in his first season as an assistant coach with the West Virginia baseball program, serving as the infield coach and assisting with the hitters. Ginther comes to West Virginia from Oklahoma State, where he was a four-year letterwinner and spent four seasons on the OSU coaching staff. In four years on the Oklahoma State coaching staff, Ginther was the volunteer assistant from 2016-18 and the player development coordinator in 2015. The Cowboys made the NCAA Tournament each season, with a College World Series berth in 2016, and won the Big 12 Championship in 2017. As a studentathlete at Oklahoma State from 2009-12, Ginther was a two-time All-Big 12 Honorable Mention and played in two NCAA Tournaments.

PERSONAL Born Hometown Alma Mater Family

Oklahoma State (NCAA) Yakima Bears (Arizona Diamondbacks, Class-A)

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Ginther was selected in the Major League Baseball Draft three times, once out of Jenks High School in 2008

and twice at Oklahoma State, in 2011 and 2012. Following his OSU career, he was drafted in the 24th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks and played in 62 games with the Class-A Short Season Yakima Bears in 2012. Following his professional career, Ginther returned to Stillwater and served as the Cowboys’ volunteer student coach and then as a graduate manager. A Tulsa, Oklahoma, native, Ginther graduated from Oklahoma State with a degree in management in 2013. He and his wife, Taylor, have one daughter, Blair.

MARK, BLAIR AND TAYLOR GINTHER

COACHING EXPERIENCE December 4, 1989 Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma State, 2013 (B.A.) wife, Taylor; daughter, Blair

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2009-12 2012

In 209 career games, primarily at third base, he hit .296 with 32 home runs, 140 RBIs and 50 doubles. Ginther’s 808 career at-bats rank No. 5 all-time in OSU history, while his 50 career doubles rank No. 8. His 19 sacrifice flies in 2010 is tied for sixth-most in a single season in OSU history. In 2010, he led the team in home runs (12) and RBIs (58), and he had a team-best five homers and 225 at-bats in 2012.

All-Big 12 Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Honorable Mention

2013 2014 2015-18 2019-present

Oklahoma State (Student Assistant) Oklahoma State (Graduate Assistant) Oklahoma State (Assistant) West Virginia (Assistant Coach)

POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE AT OKLAHOMA STATE 2009, 11 2013-18 2014, 16 2016

Total Years Coaching NCAA Tournaments

NCAA Regional (Player) NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional College World Series 6 8


MARK GINTHER CAREER DRAFT CHART YEAR PLAYER 2018 Jon Littell 2018 Jon Heasley 2018 Carson Teel 2018 Matt Kroon 2018 Reza Aleaziz 2017 Tyler Buffet 2017 Trey Cobb 2017 Garrett McCain 2017 Garrett Benge 2017 Blake Battenfield 2016 Thomas Hatch 2016 Donovan Walton 2016 Remey Reed 2016 Garrett Williams 2016 Tyler Buffet 2016 Trey Cobb 2016 Michael Mertz

POS. OF RHP LHP 3B RHP RHP RHP OF 3B RHP RHP SS RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP

RD. OVERALL MLB TEAM 37 1124 Los Angeles (NL) 13 392 Kansas City 16 491 Washington 18 527 Philadelphia 28 854 Los Angeles (NL) 6 167 Cincinnati 8 247 New York (NL) 10 305 Detroit 13 401 Boston 17 507 Chicago (AL) 3 104 Chicago (NL) 5 147 Seattle 6 173 Miami 7 215 San Francisco 7 217 Houston 12 374 Chicago (NL) 14 413 Miami

YEAR PLAYER 2016 JR Davis 2016 Collin Theroux 2016 Conor Costello 2016 Dustin Williams 2015 Michael Freeman 2015 Koda Glover 2015 Tim Arakawa 2015 John Perrin 2015 Bryan Case 2015 Gage Green 2014 Zack Fish 2014 Brendan McCurry 2014 Tanner Krietemeier 2014 Vince Wheeland 2013 Jason Hursh 2013 Randy McCurry

POS. 2B C RHP 1B LHP RHP 2B RHP C C OF RHP 1B RHP RHP SS

RD. OVERALL MLB TEAM 15 466 St. Louis 32 952 Oakland 32 971 Los Angeles (NL) 36 1095 Pittsburgh 7 199 Houston 8 254 Washington 23 705 Los Angeles (AL) 27 811 Milwaukee 27 816 San Francisco 35 1062 Los Angeles (NL) 11 318 Chicago (AL) 22 672 Oakland 23 703 Atlanta 24 706 Houston 1 31 Atlanta 23 690 Arizona

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VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH 2nd SEASON Former Mountaineer Zach Bargeron is in his second season on the WVU baseball staff and first as the team’s volunteer assistant. Bargeron assists the pitching staff with daily activities, reviews and implements the use of technology and data and assists with recruiting student-athletes. He also coordinates the team’s community service initiatives, assists with strength and conditioning and serves as a liaison for academics, compliance and admissions. Bargeron’s responsibilities on the WVU baseball staff also include assisting with camps and

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coordinating incoming student-athletes’ transitions to WVU. He spent the 2017-18 season as the director of player development, where he also managed the team’s sleep study program. Bargeron returns to WVU after spending three years as the pitching coach at Gar-Field Senior High. He helped coach six players who went on to play collegiate baseball, including one who was a top-10-ranked recruit in Virginia. Bargeron also taught special education at Gar-Field.

He also spent two summers (2016 and ’17) as the pitching coach for the Evoshield Canes, where he coached nine players who signed to play Division I baseball. A left-handed pitcher for the Mountaineers from 2011-14, Bargeron played in 41 career games with 12 starts and 81.2 innings pitched. He posted a 4-4 record with an ERA of 5.84 and 38 strikeouts. From Manassas, Virginia, Bargeron graduated from West Virginia in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic coaching education with a minor in sports and exercise psychology.


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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 2nd SEASON

Crowe came to WVU after two seasons as the assistant director of baseball operations at Nebraska. With the Cornhuskers from 201517, Crowe assisted with the operations of the program, including video coordination, opponent scouting and recruiting.

Pat Crowe joined to the West Virginia baseball program as the director of operations in the summer of 2017 and brings several years of experience with Major League Baseball organizations to the Mountaineers. Crowe’s responsibilities include managing the day-to-day operation of the WVU baseball program, organizing all aspects of the team’s travel and coordinating community outreach work and fundraising opportunities. Crowe also schedules on-campus visits by recruits and manages the team’s budget.

Prior to his time at Nebraska, Crowe was an associate scout with the Chicago Cubs in 2014, where his primary responsibilities were scouting high school prospects in the northeast. Crowe spent three seasons in player development with three MLB clubs. He began as a player

development intern in 2012 with the Baltimore Orioles, a position he also held in 2013 with the Philadelphia Phillies. In 2014, Crowe was a Player Development Assistant with the Pittsburgh Pirates. A right-handed pitcher at Salem Community College and Eastern Mennonite University, Crowe earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from EMU in 2010. He received his master’s degree in athletic coaching education from West Virginia University in 2013. Crowe originally hails from San Diego, California.

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DIRECTOR OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT / DIRECTOR OF CAMPS 2nd SEASON A WVU graduate, Jared Fabian serves as the director of player development and director of camps and is in his second season on the West Virginia baseball staff. Fabian’s responsibilities include assisting with the team’s nutrition management plan, serving as a liaison for academics, compliance and admissions and organizing and leading a staff of 15 studentmanagers. As the director of camps, Fabian manages all aspects related to the WVU Baseball Camps, including organizing staff, corresponding with campers and their families, creating itineraries and ensuring the safety of all participants. Fabian brings a wide array of baseball experience to West Virginia, as a coach, general manager, video coordinator and media relations professional. Prior to joining WVU, Fabian spent the 2017 season as the volunteer assistant coach at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where he was the catching coach and worked with the hitters.

Fabian also developed individual practice plans, assisted with fundraising and community service and created scouting reports.

In his first season, Fabian guided the Dolphins to the league championship game and an Atlantic Division championship.

Fabian spent the past two summers in the Mid Atlantic Collegiate League, serving as the league’s assistant general manager and head coach of the Ingleside Rattlers, beginning with the league’s inaugural season in 2016. While recruiting and coaching the Rattlers throughout the 2016 season, his duties as assistant general manager included assisting all of the league’s teams with recruiting, serving as a liaison between coaches and the league commissioner and managing the league’s website.

A four-year starter at shortstop and three-time team captain for the WVU club baseball team, Fabian managed the team to its first ever regional final appearance while in graduate school.

In 2015-16, Fabian served as the video coordinator for the Ohio University baseball program. While managing all aspects of the team’s video work, he captured practice and game footage used for player development, advanced scouting and the team’s media relations staff. Fabian served as the head coach of the Litchfield Dolphins of the Beach Collegiate Baseball League in the summer of 2014 and ‘15. WVUBaseball

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH 1st SEASON Performance Training, Inc., in Fairfax, Virginia.

Sean Healy returned to West Virginia University in August 2018, marking his second stint with the Mountaineers. He currently serves as the strength & conditioning coach for the Mountaineer baseball and golf programs.

Healy first came to West Virginia in 2014 as a graduate assistant. He worked with the football team as well as the women’s soccer, rowing and cross country programs while serving as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. Healy also served as a graduate teaching assistant in WVU’s College of Physical Activity & Sport Sciences (CPASS).

Prior to his return to Morgantown, Healy spent one year at VMI, where he was an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He worked with the Keydets’ men’s soccer, women’s water polo and men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. During the 2017 baseball season, he served as a minor league sports performance coach in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization after working with Strength &

Additionally, Healy completed strength & conditioning internships with the New York Jets, George Mason, Notre Dame and Strength & Performance Training, Inc. He is Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) by the

Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association and is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association as a Tactical Strength & Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) and as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). A four-year letterwinner for the George Mason men’s soccer team, Healy graduated with a degree in exercise science in 2012. He earned his master’s in athletic coaching education from WVU in 2015.

COLE

STEMBRIDGE

ATHLETIC TRAINER 1 st SEASON Cole Stembridge came to West Virginia University in the fall of 2018 and serves as the primary athletic trainer for the baseball team. Stembridge joins the Mountaineers after two years as a graduate athletic training student at Texas A&M. At Texas A&M, Stembridge worked with the football, softball and volleyball teams. He also served a semester at James Earl Rudder High. His responsibilities included implementing rehabilitation protocols for a variety of injuries, daily prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and data collection to monitor practice intensities. Additionally, Stembridge is familiar with concussion baseline testing via C3 Logix Concussion management system. During the summer of 2018, Stembridge served as the assistant athletic trainer for the Oakland Athletics’ Dominican Summer

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League team, where he ensured proper execution of daily maintenance exercises for injury prevention, administered concussion baseline testing utilizing ImPACT protocols and assisted the performance staff with supervision of dynamic warm-ups, performance enhancement, and corrective exercise programs. Stembridge spent the summer of 2017 with the Brazos Valley Bombers of the Texas Collegiate Summer League. His role included providing daily medical coverage and evaluating, creating and implementing treatment plans and injury prevention programs. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Tyler, Stembridge worked with the baseball, tennis and track & field programs. He collected research data investigating the effects of low-level laser therapy on diabetic

neuropathies, was responsible for organizing medical documents and recording daily treatments and assisted with the development and execution of treatment plans A native of Waxahachie, Texas, Stembridge graduated from the University of Texas at Tyler in May, 2016, with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology. He earned a master of science in athletic training from Texas A&M in May, 2018. Stembridge is a certified athletic trainer (ATC), is NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist Certified (PES), is a NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA).


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STAFF

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CHARLIE

KYLE

COLIN

NOAH

EMILY

BRYAN

SINA

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DR. A.J.

WELLS Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs/ Baseball Administrator

PATTON Assistant Director, StudentAthlete Development

HEALY Assistant Director of Athletic Communications

PHILLIPS Ticket Assistant

KEESLER Assistant Equipment Manager

KING Director of Sports Nutrition

BRALEY Assistant Director of Facilities/Operations

CHARBONNEAU Director of Clinical and Sport Psychology

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MONSEAU Medical Director/ Head Team Physician

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NO. 39 20 13 44 21 1 17 32 27 19 31 9 24 25 33 42 6 12 15 10 30 47 34 16 37 43 18 35 11 5 2 7 23 4 26 45

NAME Ryan Bergert Drew Britt Kevin Brophy Alec Burns Austin Davis Tyler Doanes Phillip Dull Ivan Gonzalez Connor Hamilton Brock Helverson Darius Hill Tristen Hudson Chase Illig Marques Inman Madison Jeffrey Sam Kessler Gabe Kurtzhals TJ Lake Jeremy Lapp-Barger Trey Lowe III Beau Lowery Alek Manoah Paul McIntosh Dillon Meadows Zach Ottinger Daniel Ouderkirk Zach Reid Nick Snyder JJ Sousa Kade Strowd Tevin Tucker Brandon White Jackson Wolf Cody Wood Braden Zarbnisky Andrew Zitel

POS. RHP RHP INF 1B INF/OF INF INF/RHP C/3B C RHP OF RHP/INF C INF RHP RHP RHP OF/INF RHP OF LHP RHP C RHP RHP RHP LHP LHP INF/OF RHP INF OF LHP RHP RHP/OF INF

HT. 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-4 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-9 5-11 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-2

WT. CLASS B/T 195 Fr. R/R 220 Fr. R/R 215 Jr. L/R 220 Fr. R/R 160 Fr. R/R 175 So. R/R 192 Fr. R/R 190 Sr. R/R 220 So. R/R 180 Fr. R/R 190 Sr. L/L 178 So. S/R 210 R-Jr. S/R 215 R-Jr. R/R 190 Fr. L/R 192 Jr. R/R 160 Fr. R/R 185 R-Jr. L/R 180 Fr. R/R 210 So. R/R 225 Fr. R/L 260 Jr. R/R 220 So. R/R 185 R-Jr. R/R 180 Fr. L/R 225 Fr. R/R 165 R-Sr. L/L 220 Jr. L/L 155 Fr. L/R 175 Jr. R/R 175 Fr. R/R 160 Jr. R/R 205 So. L/L 195 R-Jr. R/R 185 Sr. L/R 207 Sr. R/R

HOMETOWN Canton, Ohio Downingtown, Pa. Randolph, N.J. Amherst, N.H. Orlando, Fla. Fayetteville, Ga. Alum Bank, Pa. Round Rock, Texas Forestport, N.Y. Schwenksville, Pa. Dallas, Texas Seneca, S.C. Bluefield, W.Va. Elyria, Ohio Barboursville, W.Va. Mount Sinai, N.Y. Fort Worth, Texas Toledo, Ohio Sykesville, Md. Collierville, Tenn. Martinsburg, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Miami Gardens, Fla. Paradise, Texas Marietta, Ga. Penn Laird, Va. Montgomery, Ala. Marlton, N.J. Palm Coast, Fla. Fort Worth, Texas Petersburg, Va. Winter Springs, Fla. Gahanna, Ohio Denver, Colo. Marietta, Ga. Hillsborough, N.J.

HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL GlenOak HS Downingtown West HS Morristown Beard School Souhegan HS Conrad Academy Whitewater HS Chestnut Ridge HS Stony Point HS Adirondack HS Perkiomen Valley HS Dallas Jesuit Seneca HS IMG Academy / College of Charleston Elyria HS Cabell Midland HS Mount Sinai HS Boswell HS St. John’s Jesuit Century HS Bolivar Central Mercersburg Academy South Dade Senior HS Dade Christian HS / Motlow State CC Paradise HS / Weatherford College Lassiter HS Spotswood HS Trinity Presbyterian School / Tennessee Cherokee HS / Mercer County CC Matanzas HS Mansfield Legacy Prince George HS Winter Springs HS Gahanna Lincoln HS Cherry Creek HS Pope HS Hillsborough HS

COACHES AND STAFF

Head Coach: Randy Mazey – 7th season (Clemson ’88) Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator: Steve Sabins – 4th season (Embry-Riddle, ’11) Assistant Coach: Mark Ginther – 1st season (Oklahoma State, ’13) Volunteer Assistant: Zach Bargeron – 1st season (West Virginia, ’14) Strength Coach: Sean Healy – 1st season Director of Baseball Operations: Pat Crowe – 2nd season Director of Player Development, Director of Camps: Jared Fabian – 2nd season Athletic Trainer: Cole Stembridge – 1st season

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE PLAYERS Kevin BrophyBro-fee Tyler DoanesDoenz Ivan Gonzalez I-ven Chase IlligIll-ig Marques Inman Marcus Isaiah KearnsKerns Alek ManoahMu-Noh-ah

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NAME Tyler Doanes Tevin Tucker Cody Wood Kade Strowd Gabe Kurtzhals Brandon White Tristen Hudson Trey Lowe III JJ Sousa TJ Lake Kevin Brophy Jeremy Lapp-Barger Dillon Meadows Phillip Dull

POS. INF INF RHP RHP RHP OF RHP/INF OF INF/OF OF/INF INF RHP RHP INF/RHP

HT. 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-0

Zach Reid

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Brock Helverson Drew Britt Austin Davis Jackson Wolf Chase Illig Marques Inman Braden Zarbnisky Connor Hamilton Beau Lowery Darius Hill Ivan Gonzalez Madison Jeffrey Paul McIntosh Nick Snyder Zach Ottinger Ryan Bergert Sam Kessler Daniel Ouderkirk Alec Burns Andrew Zitel Alek Manoah

RHP RHP INF/OF LHP C INF RHP/OF C LHP OF C/3B RHP C LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP 1B INF RHP

6-3 6-5 5-10 6-7 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-7 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-9 6-4 6-2 6-6

WT. CLASS B/T 175 So. R/R 175 Fr. R/R 195 R-Jr. R/R 175 Jr. R/R 160 Fr. R/R 160 Jr. R/R 178 So. S/R 210 So. R/R 155 Fr. L/R 185 R-Jr. L/R 215 Jr. L/R 180 Fr. R/R 185 R-Jr. R/R 192 Fr. R/R 165 R-Sr. L/L 180 Fr. R/R 220 Fr. R/R 160 Fr. R/R 205 So. L/L 210 R-Jr. S/R 215 R-Jr. R/R 185 Sr. L/R 220 So. R/R 225 Fr. R/L 190 Sr. L/L 190 Sr. R/R 190 Fr. L/R 220 So. R/R 220 Jr. L/L 180 Fr. L/R 195 Fr. R/R 192 Jr. R/R 225 Fr. R/R 220 Fr. R/R 207 Sr. R/R 260 Jr. R/R

HOMETOWN Fayetteville, Ga. Petersburg, Va. Denver, Colo. Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Winter Springs, Fla. Seneca, S.C. Collierville, Tenn. Palm Coast, Fla. Toledo, Ohio Randolph, N.J. Sykesville, Md. Paradise, Texas Alum Bank, Pa. Montgomery, Ala. Schwenksville, Pa. Downingtown, Pa. Orlando, Fla. Gahanna, Ohio Bluefield, W.Va. Elyria, Ohio Marietta, Ga. Forestport, N.Y. Martinsburg, W.Va. Dallas, Texas Round Rock, Texas Barboursville, W.Va. Miami Gardens, Fla. Marlton, N.J. Marietta, Ga. Canton, Ohio Mount Sinai, N.Y. Penn Laird, Va. Amherst, N.H. Hillsborough, N.J. Miami, Fla.

HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL Whitewater HS Prince George HS Cherry Creek HS Mansfield Legacy Boswell HS Winter Springs HS Seneca HS Bolivar Central Matanzas HS St. John’s Jesuit Morristown Beard School Century HS Paradise HS / Weatherford College Chestnut Ridge HS Trinity Presbyterian School / Tennessee Perkiomen Valley HS Downingtown West HS Conrad Academy Gahanna Lincoln HS IMG Academy / College of Charleston Elyria HS Pope HS Adirondack HS Mercersburg Academy Dallas Jesuit Stony Point HS Cabell Midland HS Dade Christian HS / Motlow State CC Cherokee HS / Mercer County CC Lassiter HS GlenOak HS Mount Sinai HS Spotswood HS Souhegan HS Hillsborough HS South Dade Senior HS

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BY CLASS

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Freshmen15 Juniors11 Sophomores5 Seniors5

Virginia  2 Alabama1 Colorado1 Maryland1 New Hampshire 1 South Carolina 1 Tennessee1

BY POSITION Catchers4 Right-Handed Pitchers Infielders12 Left-Handed Pitchers Outfielders9

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2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Played in 18 of the first 21 games with

16 starts, 14 at first base and two as the designated hitter, before sustaining a season-ending injury »»Hit six home runs, third-most on the team, and had a .566 slugging percentage, which would have ranked No. 2 on the team, and hit .226 with 12 hits, 13 RBIs, 30 total bases, 10 walks and a .354 on-base percentage »»Posted a career-high five-game hit streak to open the season, from Feb. 17-24 »»Had a hit in all three games at Western Kentucky from March 2-4, with one home run, four runs scored, three walks and a stolen base »»Named the Big 12 Player of the Week on Feb. 26, after he hit three home runs and had eight RBIs in WVU’s first game on Feb. 24, and added a fourth homer in the team’s second game of the day while hitting .375 with a 1.125 on-base percentage and 18 total bases in four games in Conway, South Carolina, from Feb. 23-25

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BROPHY »»Hit three home runs, tied for second-most

in a single game in team history, with eight RBIs, tied for fifth-most in the Mountaineer record books and two shy of the record, in WVU’s 10-8 win over Illinois on Feb. 24, to become the third WVU player to hit at least three home runs and drive in eight or more runs in a single game, as his first career grand slam in the seventh inning proved to be the game-winning hit

2017 (FRESHMAN)

»»Played in 25 games with five starts, three

at third base, one at first base and one as the designated hitter »»Led the team with a .440 on-base percentage, recorded a .300 batting average (second-best on the team among players with fewer than 100 at-bats), with 12 hits in 40 at-bats, four RBIs, two doubles, two runs scored and 10 walks »»Recorded a four-game hitting streak and a six game on-base streak »»Scored two runs while walking twice in the NCAA Regional Final at No. 13 Wake Forest on June 4 »»Had a hit and an RBI in WVU’s NCAA Tournament win against Maryland on June 4 »»Had two hits, an RBI and a pair of walks on May 7 against Texas Tech

»»Had a career-best three hits and two RBIs, the first of his career, in three at-bats off the bench on May 2 vs. Eastern Michigan »»While making his first career start, recorded his first career hit on March 10 at Old Dominion while adding a walk

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Morristown Beard School for coach John Sheppard

»»A three-time all-conference and two-time Underclass All-State honoree

»»Hit .425 with 26 RBIs, three home runs, three triples and seven doubles in 2015

»»Ranked No. 80 nationally among

shortstops and No. 1 in New Jersey by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Tom and Colleen Brophy »»Has one sister »»Sister, Megan, was on the WVU rowing team »»Birthday is February 6 »»Majoring in sport management


KEVIN BROPHY

13 BROPHY’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 3, 2 times (Last: Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) DOUBLES 1, 2 times (Last: May 27, 2017, vs. Oklahoma State) TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 3 (Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) TOTAL BASES 12 (Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) RBIs 8 (Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) RUNS SCORED 3 (Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) WALKS 2, 4 times (Last: March 9, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) AT-BATS 5, 3 times (Last: March 10, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) STOLEN BASES 1, 2 times (Last: March 4, 2018, at Western Kentucky) BROPHY’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .300 25 5 40 2 12 2 0 0 4 14 .350 10 0 13 1 .440 0 0 1 1 13 12 1 .962 2018 .226 18 16 53 12 12 0 0 6 14 30 .566 10 1 19 1 .354 1 0 1 1 96 7 1 .990 TOTAL .258 43 21 93 14 24 2 0 6 18 44 .473 20 1 32 2 .391 1 0 2 2 109 19 2 .985

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TYLER INF

SO. » 5-10 » 175 » R/R FAYETTEVILLE, GA. » WHITEWATER HS

2018 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team »»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Played in 43 games with 29 starts, 23 at

third base, three as designated hitter and three in the outfield »»Led the team with four triples, was second with a .407 on-base percentage and fourth with a .317 batting average and a .475 slugging percentage with 32 hits, 20 RBIs, five doubles, one home run, 10 walks and six stolen bases in seven attempts »»Tied for fourth on the team with two game-winning hits »»Had nine multi-hit games and six multiRBI contests »»Had an eight-game hit streak, tied for fifthlongest on the team, from April 21-May 5, with 13 hits, eight RBIs, five extra-base hits and six walks »»Drove in the eventual game-winning run with a two-out, two-RBI single in WVU’s Big 12 Championship win over No. 6 Texas Tech on May 25

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DOANES »»Hit a seventh-inning sacrifice fly to bring

home the winning run in WVU’s 2-1 victory over Baylor on May 17 »»Named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week and the WVU Student-Athlete of the Week on May 14, after he had two hits in all three games at TCU from May 11-13, capped by a two-hit, three-RBI day with a homer, double and sacrifice fly on May 13 »»Had a career-best three hits in three at-bats with a walk, sacrifice bunt and a stolen base on May 4 at Kansas »»Had a career-high four RBIs with two hits on April 29 vs. No. 19 Texas to cap a weekend with a hit in every game to lead the Mountaineers to a series win »»First career multi-hit and multi-RBI contest came with a two-hit, three-RBI day with a triple on April 14 vs. Oklahoma State, as the three RBIs were the first of his career »»First career hit came on Feb. 23 vs. VCU

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Whitewater High for coach Rusty Bennett

»»Helped lead his team to two state championship appearances

»»Team captain in 2016 and 2017 PERSONAL

»»Son of Andre and Teresa Doanes »»Has two brothers »»Birthday is April 12 »»Majoring in athletic coaching education »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


TYLER DOANES

1 DOANES’ SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 3 (May 4, 2018, at Kansas) DOUBLES 2 (April 24, 2018, at Marshall) TRIPLES 1, 4 times (Last: April 29, 2018, vs. Texas) HOME RUNS 1 (May 13, 2018, at TCU) TOTAL BASES 6 (May 13, 2018, at TCU) RBIS 4 (April 29, 2018, vs. Texas) RUNS SCORED 2 (April 29, 2018, vs. Texas) WALKS 2 (April 27, 2018, vs. Texas) AT-BATS 6 (April 24, 2018, at Marshall) STOLEN BASES 1, 6 times (Last: May 23, 2018, vs Oklahoma State) DOANES’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2018 .317 43 29 101 15 32 5 4 1 20 48 .475 10 6 17 3 .407 1 8 6 7 20 32 10 .839 TOTAL .317 43 29 101 15 32 5 4 1 20 48 .475 10 6 17 3 .407 1 8 6 7 20 32 10 .839

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IVAN C/ 3B

SR. » 5-9 » 190 » R/R ROUND ROCK, TEXAS » STONY POINT HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

»»Tied for No. 6 in WVU history with 11 career sacrifice flies »»Ranks No. 10 in WVU history with 780 career putouts

2018 (JUNIOR)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Played in 53 games with 52 starts, 43 as

catcher, eight at third base and one as the designated hitter »»Finished fourth on the team with 11 doubles, fifth with 51 hits, 25 RBIs and 18 walks and hit .255 with one homer, 25 runs scored, a .325 slugging percentage, a .320 on-base percentage and one stolen base in two attempts »»Had 12 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI contests »»Recorded an eight-game hit streak from Feb. 23-March 10, with 12 hits, five RBIs and eight runs scored during the stretch, and had an 11-game reached-base streak »»Drove in a pair of runs and had a hit and a run scored in WVU’s Big 12 Championship win over No. 20 Oklahoma State on May 23 »»Had six hits and five RBIs in WVU’s series at TCU, with a career-high-tying four hits and an RBI in the series-opening win on May 11, and a career-high-tying three hits with a home run on May 12 »»Drove in the game-winning run with a twoout, sixth-inning single on April 8 against UNLV as part of a two-hit, two-RBI day »»Had two hits and a pair of RBIs on March 10 in a win at Middle Tennessee »»Tied a career high with three runs scored and added two hits and a pair of walks in WVU’s win over Illinois on Feb. 24

2017 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Named to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List, recognizing the nation’s best catcher »»Played in 55 games with 50 starts, 40 as catcher, six at third base and four as the designated hitter

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GONZALEZ »»Finished second on the team with a .317

batting average and fourth with a .444 slugging percentage, with 65 hits, five home runs, nine doubles, one triple, 29 RBIs and 12 walks »»Tied for fourth on the team with three game-winning hits »»Had 18 multi-hit games and eight multiRBI games »»Had an eight-game hitting streak in 2017 and reached base in a career-best 15 consecutive games to finish the season »»Had three hits, a career-high-tying three RBIs, two runs scored with two doubles in the NCAA Regional Final at No. 13 Wake Forest on June 4 »»Homered and had two hits in WVU’s NCAA Regional-opening win vs. Maryland on June 2 »»Had three hits and scored three runs on May 13 vs. Gardner-Webb »»Drove in the game-winning run with a first-inning home run as part of a 3-for-3 day with three RBIs and three runs scored on May 2 vs. Eastern Michigan »»Had a career-best four hits with three RBIs, three runs scored, a home run and a double on April 18 at Marshall »»Drove in a pair of runs, including the game-winner with a home run in the first inning, scored two runs, stole two bases and went 3-for-4 on April 7 vs. Kansas »»Recorded two hits, three RBIs and two runs scored with a sacrifice fly on March 5 at Tulane

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America Team

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention accolades

»»Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team »»Played in 43 games with 37 starts, 20 at third base, nine as designated hitter and eight as catcher

»»Led the team with a .381 batting average

and a .437 on-base percentage while recording 51 hits, 23 RBIs, nine doubles, three triples and 16 walks »»Had six sacrifice flies, tied for No. 4 in a single season in team history »»Had three game-winning hits »»Recorded 15 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI contests »»Had an 11-game hit streak and a 13-game reached base streak »»Drove in two runs on two hits and scored a run against No. 5 Texas Tech on May 26 at the Big 12 Championship »»Drove in the eventual game-winning run on May 15 against William & Mary »»Had six hits, five RBIs and scored five runs in WVU’s series sweep of Texas from May 6-8 »»Named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on May 2 after hitting .571 and leading the team with eight hits, a .929 slugging percentage and 13 total bases and adding four RBIs in four games from April 27-30 while making his career debut at third base »»Singled in the 10th inning to bring home the winning run at Marshall on April 5

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played for coach Tom Collins at Stony Point High

»»Hit .394 with eight doubles, one triple and

nine home runs in 2014, leading the team in batting average, doubles and home runs »»Named to the All-District 16-5A First Team in 2014 and All-District 16-5A Second Team in 2013 »»Named the District 16-5A Freshman of the Year and All-District First Team in 2012 »»Coached by Calvin Schiraldi of the Austin Banditos

PERSONAL

»»Son of David and Luz Gonzalez »»Has one brother »»Birthday is October 28 »»Majoring in multidisciplinary studies


IVAN GONZALEZ

32 GONZALEZ’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 4, 3 times (Last: May 11, 2018, at TCU) DOUBLES 2, 2 times (Last: May 5, 2018, at Kansas) TRIPLES 1, 4 times (Last: April 2, 2017, at Oklahoma State) HOME RUNS 1, 6 times (Last: May 12, 2018, at TCU) TOTAL BASES 8 (April 18, 2017, at Marshall) RBIS 3, 5 times (Last: May 12, 2018, at TCU) RUNS SCORED 3, 5 times (Last: Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) WALKS 3, 2 times (Last: April 6, 2016, vs. Eastern Michigan) AT-BATS 7, 2 times (Last: April 24, 2018, at Marshall) STOLEN BASES 2 (April 7, 2017, vs. Kansas) CATCHING RUNNERS CS

2, 5 times (Last: May 6, 2017, vs. Texas Tech)

GONZALEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .381 43 37 134 22 51 9 3 0 23 66 .493 16 2 13 2 .437 6 3 5 7 87 41 6 .955 2017 .317 55 50 205 35 65 9 1 5 29 91 .444 12 3 15 6 .359 3 6 4 6 345 45 3 .992 2018 .255 53 52 200 25 51 11 0 1 25 65 .325 18 2 24 4 .320 2 1 1 2 348 49 8 .980 TOTAL .310 151 139 539 82 167 29 4 6 77 222 .412 46 7 52 12 .365 11 10 10 15 780 135 17 .982

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CONNOR C

SO. » 6-1 » 220 » R/R FORESTPORT, N.Y. » ADIRONDACK HS

2018 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Academic All-Big 12

Rookie Team »»Played in 24 games with four starts, three as designated hitter and one as catcher »»Hit .132 with five hits and five RBIs, one double, three walks, a .195 on-base percentage and a .158 slugging percentage »»Came off the bench and had a hit and an RBI in WVU’s win over No. 19 Texas on April 29 »»Walked a season-best three times on April 24 at Marshall »»As a pinch hitter, had a hit and scored his first career run on April 6 vs. UNLV »»Had a hit and an RBI on March 23 at Oklahoma »»Had his first career hit and RBI and drove in the game-winning run as part of a two-hit, three-RBI day while making his first career start on March 11 at Middle Tennessee

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HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Adirondack High for coach

Mickey Fauvelle »»Earned All-State Team honors and was named to the All-CNY Team in 2016 »»Set school records for batting average and hits in a season »»Was ranked the No. 1 catcher and No. 7 overall in New York by Perfect Game »»Also was an All-American wrestler and played football

PERSONAL

»»Son of Chuck and Colleen Hamilton »»Has one brother »»Birthday is July 1 »»Majoring in civil engineering »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


CONNOR HAMILTON

27 HAMILTON’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 2 (March 11, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) DOUBLES 1 (March 11, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 0 TOTAL BASES 3 (March 11, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) RBIS 3 (March 11, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) RUNS SCORED 1 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) WALKS 3 (April 24, 2018, at Marshall) AT-BATS 4, 4 times (Last: May 14, 2018, at TCU) STOLEN BASES 0 CATCHING RUNNERS CS 0

HAMILTON’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2018 .132 24 4 38 1 5 1 0 0 5 6 .158 3 0 15 0 .195 0 0 0 0 7 2 0 1.000 TOTAL .132 24 4 38 1 5 1 0 0 5 6 .158 3 0 15 0 .195 0 0 0 0 7 2 0 1.000

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DARIUS

HILL

OF

SR. » 6-1 » 190 » L/L DALLAS, TEXAS » DALLAS JESUIT

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

»»Ranks No. 5 in WVU history with 12 career sacrifice flies

»»Ranks No. 7 in WVU history with 703 career at-bats

»»Ranks No. 7 in WVU history with 54 career doubles

»»Ranks No. 8 in WVU history with 229 career hits

»»Ranks No. 10 in WVU history with a .988 career fielding percentage

2018 (JUNIOR)

»»Named to the ABCA East All-Region First Team »»Named to the All-Big 12 Second Team »»Named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team »»Named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team »»Started all 56 games in right field »»Led the team with 79 hits and 20 doubles,

was second with a .329 batting average, 41 hits and 115 total bases, third with 36 RBIs and two triples, fourth with a .479 slugging percentage and added four home runs, 12 walks, a .362 on-base percentage and two stolen bases in four attempts »»Had five sacrifice flies, tied for No. 7 in a single season in team history at the time »»Tied for the team lead with four gamewinning hits »»Tied for first on the team with 23 multi-hit games and was third with seven multi-RBI contests »»Was second on the team with a 17-game hit streak, from April 3-April 29, with nine multihit games, RBIs in 11 games and runs scored in 12 games in the stretch, and led the squad with a 25-game reached-base streak »»In four games at the Big 12 Championship, had eight hits, five RBIs and four runs scored, including two hits and two RBIs while driving in the eventual game-winning run against No. 20 Oklahoma State on May 23; and two hits, three RBIs and two runs scored on May 25 in a win over No. 6 Texas Tech

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»»Drove in the game-winning run in the eighth

inning and had a career-high-tying four hits with two RBIs at TCU on May 11 »»Tied career highs with four hits and four runs scored and added two RBIs and a pair of doubles on May 4 at Kansas »»Homered as part of a three-hit, two-RBI day with a pair of runs scored and a walk in a win at Kansas State on April 20 »»Had a career-best five RBIs in WVU’s win over Pitt on April 11 »»Drove in the game’s only run with a sixthinning single in a 1-0 win at No. 7 Texas Tech on March 29 »»Had two hits, including a home run, with two runs scored on March 11 at Middle Tennessee »»Notched a career-high four hits with two doubles, a home run and two runs scored on March 2 at Western Kentucky

2017 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team »»Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

»»Played in and started in 61 games, all of

them in right field, which at the time was tied for No. 2 in team history in a single season in starts and No. 3 in games played »»Had 244 at-bats, which ranks No. 4 alltime in a single season in program history at the time »»Led the team with 75 hits, tied for the team lead with 46 RBIs and 14 doubles, was fourth on the team with a .307 batting average and added four home runs and a triple, 18 walks and five stolen bases while posting a .422 slugging percentage and a .355 on-base percentage »»Led the team with seven game-winning RBIs »»Tied for the team lead with 13 multi-RBI games and tied for second with 20 multihit games

»»Had a 12-game hitting streak, tied for the

longest on the team, and also reached base safely in 12 consecutive games »»Had a hit in all eight of WVU’s postseason games, totaling 14 hits, five RBIs, five walks, four doubles and eight runs scored at the Big 12 Championship and NCAA Tournament, helping him earn Big 12 All-Tournament Team honors »»Drove in the game-winning run on May 20 at Texas with an RBI double, totaling two RBIs and a walk »»Had three hits, two RBIs, two runs scored with a pair of doubles on May 13 vs. Gardner Webb »»Walked in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to secure WVU’s series win over No. 3 TCU on April 16 »»Hit a two-run home run, driving in the eventual game-winning run, as part of a two-hit, two-RBI, two-run day against Kansas on April 8 »»Had two hits and drove in three runs, including the game-winner, on March 25 vs. Jacksonville »»Hit a two-run home run in the eighth inning, driving in the winning run on Feb. 26 vs. Ball State »»Had a career-best four hits, four RBIs and four runs scored with a home run in WVU’s win at No. 18 Coastal Carolina on Feb. 25 »»Had two hits and two RBIs in back-to-back games at Charlotte on Feb. 18-19, including the game-winning double in the seventh inning on Feb. 19

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to five Freshman All-America teams:

Baseball America Second Team, NCBWA Second Team, Louisville Slugger as selected by Collegiate Baseball newspaper, Perfect Game Second Team and D1Baseball.com Second Team »»Named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-East Region Second Team


DARIUS HILL

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HILL’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 4, 4 times (Last: May 11, 2018, at TCU) DOUBLES 2, 6 times (Las: May 5, 2018, at Kansas) TRIPLES 1, 7 times (Last: April 15, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) HOME RUNS 1, 11 times (Last: April 24, 2018, at Marshall) TOTAL BASES 9 (March 2, 2018, at Western Kentucky) RBIS 5 (April 11, 2018, vs. Pitt) RUNS SCORED 4, 3 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) WALKS 3, 2 times (Last: April 5, 2016, at Marshall) AT-BATS 7, 2 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) STOLEN BASES 2 (April 5, 2016, at Marshall)

»»Named to the All-Big 12 Second Team »»Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team »»Started all 58 games, with all but one

coming in right field, which at the time was tied for No. 3 in team history in a single season in starts and No. 4 in games played »»Led the team with 75 hits, 20 doubles, four triples and 112 total bases, finished second with a .342 average, 32 walks, 49 runs scored, a .511 slugging percentage and a .420 on-base percentage and was third on the team with 40 RBIs »»Had five sacrifice flies, tied for No. 7 in a single season in team history at the time »»Led the team with six game-winning RBIs »»Had a team-best 27 multi-hit games and was second with 10 multi-RBI games »»Had a hitting streak of eight games and a reached-base streak of 12 games »»Finished with three hits and a careerhigh-tying four RBIs and was a home run shy of the cycle in the Big 12 Championship game against TCU »»Had two hits and three RBIs on May 7 against Texas, and followed it with three hits and two RBIs the following day to help complete the sweep of the Longhorns

»»Drove in the game-winning run in

back-to-back games, against Virginia Tech on May 3 and vs. Texas on May 6 »»Homered, had two hits with two RBIs and a pair of runs scored against Youngstown State on April 19 »»Singled home the eventual gamewinning run in the eighth inning in a 5-4 win over Kansas State on April 17 »»Homered in the seventh inning, driving in the eventual game-winning run in WVU’s series-clinching, upset win over No. 16 Oklahoma State on April 2, going 2-4 with two RBIs in the contest »»Singled home the winning run in the second inning as part of a three-hit, three-RBI day on Feb. 27 at UNLV, a day after finish a double shy of the cycle, with his first career home run, with four RBIs in the series-opener

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played for coach Brian Jones at Dallas Jesuit

»»Helped lead Dallas Jesuit to a

25-10 record and a District 9-5A Championship in 2014

»»Hit .534 with 45 runs, 63 hits, 18 doubles,

11 triples, five home runs, 45 RBIs and 12 stolen bases as a junior »»Named a Louisville Slugger First Team All-American, a MaxPreps Second Team All-American and a Perfect Game Underclass Third Team All-American »»Named to the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery and Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 5A All-State First Team »»Named the Dallas Morning News Hitter of the Year and the District 9-5A Offensive Player of the Year

PERSONAL

»»Son of Eddie and Simone Hill »»Has two brothers »»Father, Eddie, played basketball at Washington State from 1991-94

»»Birthday is August 17 »»Majoring in management »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll »»President’s List

HILL’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .342 58 58 219 49 75 20 4 3 40 112 .511 32 1 23 4 .420 5 7 6 12 103 3 2 .981 2017 .307 61 61 244 39 75 14 1 4 46 103 .422 18 1 33 3 .355 2 5 5 10 106 5 0 1.000 2018 .329 56 56 240 41 79 20 2 4 36 115 .479 12 3 20 3 .362 5 1 2 4 116 3 2 .983 TOTAL .326 175 175 703 129 229 54 7 11 122 330 .469 62 5 76 10 .379 12 13 13 26 325 11 4 .988

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TRISTEN RHP/ INF

SO. » 6-3 » 178 » S/R SENECA, S.C. » SENECA HS

2018 (FRESHMAN)

»»Played in 34 games, with 24 relief

appearances on the mound and 12 games played in the field, with two games where he appeared on the mound and at the plate or in the field »»Posted a 2-0 record on the mound with a 5.13 ERA in 26.1 innings pitched and allowed 15 earned runs on 28 hits with 25 strikeouts and 15 walks »»At the plate and in the field, played in 12 games, all off the bench, with six appearances as a pinch runner, four as a pinch hitter and two at second base, and hit .125 with one hit, a double, in eight at-bats with a run scored »»Earned the win on May 11 at TCU in 2.1 shutout innings with a strikeout and one hit allowed in a 4-3 victory »»Picked up his first career victory on May 9 against Virginia Tech, allowing a run on two hits in 1.2 innings »»Allowed just one hit with three strikeouts in 1.2 scoreless innings and came on as a pinch-runner in WVU’s a win over No. 19 Texas on April 29

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HUDSON »»Struck out a career-best four batters

in 2.0 shutout innings in a win against Canisius on April 18 »»Had his first career hit, a double, on April 6 vs. UNLV after he pitched 1.1 scoreless innings »»Pitched a career-high 2.1 innings and allowed no runs on one hit with no walks on March 18 vs. Canisius »»Made his first career appearance on Feb. 17 at Jacksonville, throwing a perfect inning with a strikeout

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Seneca High for coaches Andy Bay and Casey Bowling

»»Mountain Lakes Region Player of the Year in 2016

»»Earned the Golden Arm award »»Played in the Big-League World Series »»Helped lead his 18U team to the WWBA

Perfect Game national championship and earned All-Tournament Team accolades »»Was the top-ranked shortstop and No. 11 overall in the state of South Carolina by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Larry and Susan Hudson »»Has two sisters and one brother »»Father, Larry, played baseball at Eastern Kentucky

»»Birthday is July 3 »»Majoring in interior design


TRISTEN HUDSON

9 HUDSON’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 1 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) DOUBLES 1 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 0 TOTAL BASES 2 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) RBIS 0 RUNS SCORED 1 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) AT-BATS 2, 2 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) STOLEN BASES 0 PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED STRIKEOUTS BATTERS FACED RUNNERS CS

2.1, 2 times (Last: May 11, 2018, at TCU) 4, (April 18, 2018, vs. Canisius) 10 (May 9, 2018, vs. Virginia Tech) 0

HUDSON’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2018 .125 12 0 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 .250 0 0 3 0 .125 0 0 0 0 4 8 1 .923 TOTAL .125 12 0 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 .250 0 0 3 0 .125 0 0 0 0 4 8 1 .923 HUDSON’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2018 5.13 2 0 24 0 0 0 1 0 26.1 28 20 15 15 25 5 0 1 129 .267 1 5 0 1 3 TOTAL 5.13 2 0 24 0 0 0 1 0 26.1 28 20 15 15 25 5 0 1 129 .267 1 5 0 1 3

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CHASE

ILLIG

C

R-JR. » 6-0 » 210 » S/R BLUEFIELD, W.VA. » IMG ACADEMY/COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

2018 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

»»Named to the Academic All-Big 12

Second Team »»Played in 41 games with 23 starts, 12 as catcher and 11 as the designated hitter »»Finished fifth on the team with five home runs, hit .206 with 21 hits, 17 RBIs, four doubles, 14 runs scored, 10 walks, a .392 slugging percentage, a .277 onbase percentage and two stolen bases in four attempts »»Tied for the team lead with four gamewinning hits, three coming when WVU was trailing or tied »»Was fifth on the team with six multi-RBI games and had two multi-hit contests »»Recorded a career-high six-game hit streak, from April 6-15 »»Had two hits, two RBIs and a run scored on April 14 vs. Oklahoma State »»Hit a 10th-inning, walk-off RBI single at PNC Park in a 3-2 win over Penn State on April 10 »»Came off the bench and had a pinch-hit, three-RBI double on April 6 in a win over UNLV »»Hit a two-run home run that proved to be the game-winner in WVU’s 2-0 win over Canisius on March 17

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»»Drove in the tying and game-winning

runs with a three-run homer in the eighth inning to lead West Virginia to a 7-5 win at Western Kentucky on March 2, and added a two-run home run the following day »»Homered for the eventual game-winning run and added a double and a walk in a 5-4 win on Feb. 16 at Jacksonville

2017 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Academic All-Big 12 First

Team »»Played in 39 games with 24 starts, 22 as catcher and two as the designated hitter »»Posted a .995 fielding percentage, which ranks No. 9 in a single season in program history »»Hit .242 with 22 hits, 18 RBIs, 19 walks, three home runs, three doubles and a triple while posting a .396 slugging percentage and a .389 on-base percentage »»Had two game-winning hits »»Had seven multi-hit games and five multiRBI contests »»Had a three-game hitting streak and reached base in 10 consecutive games in 2017 »»Went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a double on May 20 at Texas »»Drove in the game-winning run with a fourth-inning double while notching two hits and two RBIs in WVU’s win at PNC Park against Penn State on May 10

»»Hit a grand slam, had a career-best four

RBIs, walked twice and scored two runs in WVU’s series-clinching win at No. 23 Oklahoma State on April 2 »»Homered, walked and was 2-for-2 on March 25 vs. Jacksonville »»Had his first career hit and RBI driving in the game-winning run with a triple as part of a 2-hit game at Nicholls on March 2

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Redshirted after transferring to WVU from the College of Charleston prior to the spring semester

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at IMG Academy for coach Chris Sabo »»Played at Tuzewell High for coach Lou Peery »»Named a Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the Atlantic All-Region Second Team by Perfect Game »»Earned Underclass Honorable Mention All-America honors in 2014 »»Ranked No. 10 in the state and No. 2 among catchers by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Glenn and Paula Illig »»Father, Glenn, was an All-American third baseman at Point Park

»»Birthday is September 14 »»Majoring in sport management »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll »»Dean’s List


CHASE ILLIG

24 ILLIG’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 2, 9 times (Last: April 14, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) DOUBLES 1, 7 times (Last: April 11, 2018, vs. Pitt) TRIPLES 1 (March 2, 2017, at Nicholls) HOME RUNS 1, 8 times (Last: April 21, 2018, vs. Kansas State) TOTAL BASES 6 (Feb. 16, 2018, at Jacksonville) RBIS 4 (April 2, 2017, at Oklahoma State) RUNS SCORED 3 (April 4, 2017, vs. Marshall) WALKS 2, 5 times (Last: Feb. 24, 2018, vs. Illinois) AT-BATS 5 (March 3, 2018, at Western Kentucky) STOLEN BASES 1, 2 times (Last: May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) CATCHING RUNNERS CS

1, 7 times (Last: March 18, 2018, vs. Canisius)

ILLIG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .242 39 24 91 16 22 3 1 3 18 36 .396 19 3 26 0 .389 0 1 0 0 172 20 1 .995 2018 .206 41 23 102 14 21 4 0 5 17 40 .392 10 0 32 0 .277 0 0 2 4 105 5 0 1.000 TOTAL .223 80 47 193 30 43 7 1 8 35 76 .394 29 3 58 0 .333 0 1 2 4 277 25 1 .997

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MARQUES INF

R-JR. » 6-1 » 215 » R/R ELYRIA, OHIO » ELYRIA HS

2018 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Played in 52 games with 51 starts, 41 at

first base and 10 as the designated hitter »»Led the team with 20 doubles and 40 RBIs, was third with a .319 batting average, 61 hits, six home runs, a .529 slugging percentage and 101 total bases, fourth with 20 walks, fifth with 31 runs scored and a .387 on-base percentage and added a triple with a stolen base in one attempt »»Tied for the team lead with four gamewinning hits »»Led the team with 12 multi-RBI games and was third with 20 multi-hit contests »»Had a hit streak of nine games from April 11-24, with 19 hits and 15 RBIs, six multihit games in the stretch, and a reachedbase streak of 22 games, both careerbests and third-longest on the team »»Had three hits and two RBIs with a double and a walk in WVU’s win over No. 6 Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship on May 25 »»In an eight-game hit streak from April 28-May 11, had five multi-hit games with 14 hits, six RBIs and eight runs scored, highlighted by a two-run, game-winning double against Maryland on May 1, and two-hit, three-RBI day with a home run at Kansas on May 4 »»Had three hits and two RBIs, with a pair of doubles, on April 21 vs. Kansas State »»Notched a career-high-tying four hits with an RBI and a run scored on April 20 against K-State »»Hit a two-run double to bring in the eventual game-winning run as part of a three-RBI day on April 18 against Canisius

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INMAN »»Had a career-best four RBIs, including

the game-winner, with two hits, two runs scored and a home run on April 14 vs. Oklahoma State, which highlighted a series where he had multiple hits in all three games against OSU »»Named the Big 12 Player of the Week and the WVU Student-Athlete of the Week on April 9 after he homered in all three games against UNLV, including three RBIs on April 8, three runs scored on April 6 and two hits in each contest »»Hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning for the game-winning RBI on March 10 at Middle Tennessee, and had two doubles and two runs scored in a win the following day

2017 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Medically redshirted »»Played in 16 games with 16 starts, 14 as

the designated hitter and two at first base, before sustaining a season-ending leg injury »»Through the first 16 games, led the team with a .351 batting average and a .544 slugging percentage with 20 hits, eight RBIs, three doubles, two home runs, one triple and a .387 on-base percentage »»Had five multi-hit games and two multiRBI games »»Notched a career-long hitting streak and reached base streak of six games »»Went 3-for-4 with a double on March 19 at No. 10 Baylor »»Had a career-best four hits and a careerhigh-tying two RBIs with three runs scored on March 5 at Tulane »»Homered and had three hits and two RBIs in WVU’s win at No. 18 Coastal Carolina on Feb. 25

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Played in 30 games with 17 starts, 12 as

designated hitter, three at second base and two at first base »»Finished with a .258 batting average with 17 hits, 14 RBIs, four doubles, one home run and 10 runs scored with a .364 slugging percentage »»Had three multi-hit games and three multi-RBI contests »»Hit his first career home run and had a career-best three RBIs on May 7 against Texas »»Drove in the game-winning run as part of a 2-3 day with two RBIs, two doubles and a walk against Eastern Michigan on April 6 »»Had a career-best three hits with three runs scored, an RBI and a walk at Kansas on March 26 »»Had two hits and an RBI against Radford on March 15

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played for coach Ed Piazza at Elyria High »»Hit .443 with 22 runs, 13 doubles, three home runs and 32 RBIs in 2014

»»Named a Perfect Game Underclass High Honorable Mention All-American

»»Earned All-Northern Ohio Conference First Team honors and All-Lorain County First Team accolades »»Coached by Ron Slusher of the Ohio Warhawks

PERSONAL

»»Son of Mark and Carla Inman »»Has one sister »»Birthday is February 28 »»Majoring in multidisciplinary studies


MARQUES INMAN

27 INMAN’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 4, 2 times (Last: April 20, 2018, vs. Kansas State) DOUBLES 2, 4 times (Last: April 29, 2018, vs. Texas) TRIPLES 1, 2 times (Last April 22, 2018, vs. Kansas State) HOME RUNS 1, 8 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) TOTAL BASES 6, 2 times (Last: March 10, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) RBIS 4 (April 14, 2018, Oklahoma State) RUNS SCORED 3, 3 times (Last: April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) WALKS 2, 5 times (Last: April 27, 2018, vs. Texas) AT-BATS 6 (Feb. 25, 2017, at Coastal Carolina) STOLEN BASES 1, 3 times (Last: Feb. 17, 2018, at Jacksonville)

INMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .258 30 17 66 10 17 4 0 1 14 24 .364 4 3 20 1 .320 2 0 1 2 23 13 3 .923 2017 .351 16 16 57 7 20 3 1 2 8 31 .544 2 2 9 0 .387 1 0 1 1 16 1 0 1.000 2018 .319 52 51 191 31 61 20 1 6 40 101 .529 20 3 40 3 .387 3 0 1 1 285 18 10 .968 TOTAL .312 98 84 314 48 98 27 2 9 62 156 .497 26 8 69 4 .373 6 0 3 4 324 32 13 .965

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SAM RHP

JR. » 6-1 » 192 » R/R MT. SINAI, N.Y. » MT. SINAI HS

2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Made 25 relief appearances, second-most on the team and tied for fourth-most in a single season in WVU history, and posted a team-high-tying four wins (4-0) with a team-best four saves »»Led the team with a 2.86 ERA and allowed nine earned runs on 25 hits with 32 strikeouts in 28.1 innings pitched, while his nine walks were the fewest amongst pitchers with at least 10.0 innings and his .227 opponent batting average was third-lowest »»Earned the win against No. 6 Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship on May 25, with 2.1 shutout innings allowing one hit and a season-high-tying three strikeouts, two days after allowing no earned runs with three strikeouts in 1.1 innings against No. 20 Oklahoma State in WVU’s postseason opener on May 23 »»Did not allow a baserunner in a season-high 2.0 innings pitched on May 19 vs. Baylor »»Picked up the win against Kansas State on April 20, throwing 1.1 innings and striking out two »»Did not allow a run and struck out three in 1.1 innings at PNC Park to earn the win against Penn State on April 10

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KESSLER »»Earned his first win of the year on April 3

against Niagara, with 1.2 shutout innings and two strikeouts »»Retired both batters he faced on two total pitches to earn the save on March 17 vs. Canisius »»Pitched 1.2 no-hit innings with a strikeout to earn the save on March 2 at Western Kentucky »»Earned the save on Feb. 24 against Illinois, striking out one in 0.2 innings »»Got the save in the season opener on Feb. 16 at Jacksonville with 0.2 perfect innings

2017 (FRESHMAN)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention

accolades »»Made 17 appearances with two starts, going 1-2 with one save »»Led the team with a 2.61 ERA amongst pitchers with at least three appearances, striking out 41, third-most amongst relievers, allowing 11 earned runs on 28 hits in 38.0 innings pitched while holding the opposition to a .203 batting average »»Struck out a career-high-tying five batters in 2.2 innings at No. 13 Wake Forest in the NCAA Tournament, allowing one run on one hit »»Got the start at PNC Park vs. Penn State on May 10, striking out five batters while allowing one run on five hits in 4.0 innings

»»In his first career start, struck out three

and did not allow a hit in 2.0 shutout innings vs. Eastern Michigan on May 2 »»Picked up his first career win with 2.2 shutout innings in relief on April 28 vs. Oklahoma, allowing two hits with one strikeout »»Struck out four batters in four consecutive relief appearances, from March 28-April 16 »»Earned his first career save with 3.1 innings of relief work vs. Marshall on April 4, allowing no runs on just one hit with four strikeouts and a walk

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Mount Sinai High for coach Eric Richenbach

»»Earned Perfect Game Underclass High Honorable Mention in 2015

»»A four-year member of the varsity

baseball team, was named to the 2014 Perfect Game All-Tournament Team »»Threw a complete game no-hitter with 10 strikeouts at the 2014 Perfect Game 16u WWBA Tournament »»Ranked No. 13 in New York among all players by Perfect Game.

PERSONAL

»»Son of Brad and Meghan Kessler »»Has two sisters »»Birthday is December 16 »»Majoring in marketing


SAM KESSLER

42 KESSLER’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED 4.1 (April 22, 2017, at Kansas State) STRIKEOUTS 5, 2 times (Last: June 3, 2017, at Wake Forest) BATTERS FACED 19 (April 22, 2017, at Kansas State) RUNNERS CS 1, 2 times (Last: March 2, 2018, at Western Kentucky) KESSLER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2017 2.61 1 2 17 2 0 0 0 1 38.0 28 13 11 19 41 5 1 4 162 .203 2 5 1 0 0 2018 2.86 4 0 25 0 0 0 1 4 28.1 25 17 9 12 32 3 0 1 134 .227 3 9 1 2 1 TOTAL 2.71 5 2 42 2 0 0 1 5 66.1 53 30 20 31 73 8 1 5 296 .214 5 14 2 2 1

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TJ OF/ INF

R-JR. » 6-1 » 185 » L/R TOLEDO, OHIO » ST. JOHN’S JESUIT

2018 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

»»Played in 11 of the team’s first 18 games

with six starts, all in the outfield, before sustaining a season-ending injury »»Hit .167 with three hits, two runs scored, one double, one walk and one stolen base »»Had two hits with a run scored on Feb. 24 vs. VCU »»Doubled and scored a run in the seasonopener at Jacksonville on Feb. 16.

2017 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

»»Played in 45 games with 17 starts, eight

coming at second base, six in center field, two in left and one in right »»Hit .233 with 17 hits, five RBIs, three doubles, 12 runs scored and had six stolen bases in eight attempts »»Recorded two multi-hit games as a redshirt freshman »»Had a hitting streak of three games and a reached-base streak of nine games »»Came in as a pinch-runner and had a career-high two steals and scored a run on April 21 at Kansas State »»Had a hit and an RBI coming off the bench on April 1 at Oklahoma State and again on April 4 vs. Marshall »»Had a hit, a stolen base and a run scored while coming in as a pinch-runner on March 25 vs. Jacksonville

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»»Doubled, drove in a run, scored a run and

stole a base on March 2 at Nicholls »»Had a career-best three hits and his first career RBI with a double and a run scored on Feb. 25 at Coastal Carolina »»Started all three games and had a hit in every game of WVU’s season-opening series at Charlotte, with a run scored, a walk and a stolen base in the series finale on Feb. 19

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played for coach Greg Christian at St. John’s Jesuit

»»Helped his team to a 23-3 record in 2014 and a Three Rivers Athletic Conference Championship »»Hit .311 with 29 runs, 25 RBIs and 22 stolen bases, leading the team in triples (5) and ranking second in doubles (13) »»Named an Under Armour Preseason All-American (2014) and a Perfect Game Underclass High Honorable Mention AllAmerican (2014) »»Earned All-Northwest Ohio District and All-Three Rivers Athletic Conference Second Team accolades

PERSONAL

»»Son of Greg and Karen Lake »»Has two brothers »»Mother, Karen, played basketball at Toledo »»Birthday is June 10 »»Majoring in sport management »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll »»Dean’s LIst


TJ LAKE

12 LAKE’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 3 (Feb. 25, 2017, at Coastal Carolina) DOUBLES 1, 4 times (Last: Feb. 16, 2018, at Jacksonville) TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 0 TOTAL BASES 4 (Feb. 25, 2017, at Coastal Carolina) RBIS 1, 5 times (Last: April 4, 2017, vs. Marshall) RUNS SCORED 1, 14 times (Last: Feb. 24, 2018, vs. VCU) WALKS 2 (March 3, 2017, at Tulane) AT-BATS 6 (Feb. 25, 2017, at Coastal Carolina) STOLEN BASES 2 (April 21, 2017, at Kansas State)

LAKE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .233 45 17 73 12 17 3 0 0 5 20 .274 8 1 19 1 .317 0 0 6 8 32 11 1 .977 2018 .167 11 6 18 2 3 1 0 0 0 4 .222 1 1 1 0 .250 0 2 1 2 9 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .220 56 23 91 14 20 4 0 0 5 24 .264 9 2 20 1 .304 0 2 7 10 41 12 1 .981

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TREY OF 2018 (FRESHMAN)

SO. » 6-2 » 210 » R/R COLLIERVILLE, TENN. » BOLIVAR CENTRAL HS

»»Redshirted after enrolling at WVU in January, 2018

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HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Bolivar Central High for coach

Mark Fulghum »»Named to the all-tournament and alldistrict teams twice »»Hit .471 with five home runs in 2017 as a junior »»Also played football, where he was one of five semifinalists for Mr. Football in Tennessee, a three-time all-district selection and the all-time passing leader at Bolivar High with 5,568 yards and 53 passing touchdowns

PERSONAL

»»Also is on the WVU football team »»Son of Woodrow, Jr., and Zaneta Lowe »»Has two brothers »»Grandfather, Woodrow, Sr., was a three-

time All-American linebacker at Alabama and played in the NFL for the San Diego Chargers »»Birthday is December 3 »»Majoring in athletic coaching education »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll


TREY LOWE

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ALEK RHP

JR. » 6-6 » 260 » R/R MIAMI, FLA. » SOUTH DADE SR. HS

2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Played in a total of 31 games, with 23

appearances on the mound, tied for eighth-most in a single season in WVU history, and eight games played in the field, with one start at first base and one as the designated hitter »»On the mound, made eight starts, finished second on the team with 60 strikeouts and posted a 3-5 record with two saves and a 4.00 ERA, allowed 24 earned runs on 53 hits with 28 walks in 54.0 innings pitched while holding opponents to a .252 batting average »»At the plate, hit .077 with one hit in 13 atbats with two runs scored and two walks »»Struck out five batters and did not allow a run in 4.1 innings in relief in the Big 12 Championship vs. TCU on May 26 »»Did not allow a run in eight consecutive appearances, all in relief, from April 24May 17 »»Earned his second save of the year with 1.1 no-hit innings at TCU on May 11 »»Got the win with 1.2 shutout innings with four strikeouts against Texas on April 28 »»Did not allow a run on two hits in 3.0 innings and earned the win in WVU’s 11-10, 13-inning victory at Marshall on April 24 »»Picked up his first save of the year on April 14 against Oklahoma State »»Scored a run and walked twice on April 3 vs. Niagara »»In a season-long 7.0 innings, struck out a career-high seven batters and earned his first win of the year on March 17 vs. Canisius »»Had his first career hit and run scored in the team’s opening day win at Jacksonville on Feb. 16

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2017 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team »»Made 19 appearances on the mound with 10

starts, recording a 1-1 record with two saves, while also making one start as designated hitter in six appearances at the plate »»Posted a 3.07 ERA, fourth among all pitchers with more than 3.0 innings pitched and second amongst pitchers with at least three starts, allowing 19 earned runs on 43 hits with 45 strikeouts and 33 walks in 55.2 innings pitched »»Started the season as a reliever, transitioned to closer before moving to starter, going from WVU’s fifth starter up to second in a span of five starts in less than four weeks »»Had two quality starts, tied for third-most on the team »»At the plate, walked once in seven at-bats »»Allowed a run on three hits in WVU’s NCAA Tournament-opening win over Maryland on June 2 »»Picked up his first career win with 5.2 innings pitched on May 14 vs. GardnerWebb, striking out a career-high seven while allowing one run on six hits with two walks »»Pitched a career-long 8.0 innings, allowing three runs on five hits with six strikeouts on April 29 vs. Oklahoma »»In his second career start, turned in a quality start with 6.0 innings at Maryland, allowing two earned runs on three hits with six strikeouts »»Made his first career start on April 5 vs. Morehead State, allowing no runs on one hit in 3.2 innings pitched »»Made his first career start as the designated hitter on March 25 vs. Jacksonville

»»Reached base for the first time in his

career, pinch hitting and earning a walk on March 18 at No. 10 Baylor »»Earned the save on March 10 at Old Dominion, pitching one scoreless, no-hit inning »»In his second career appearance, picked up his first save with a perfect inning against Ball State on Feb. 26

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at South Dade Senior High for coach Fred Burnside

»»Named a First Team ABCA Rawlings All-

American and Under Armour All-American in 2015 »»As a junior, hit .492 with five home runs and 32 RBIs and earned First Team All-Dade accolades, in addition to his AllAmerica honors »»As a sophomore, helped lead his team to the Class 8A state title »»Ranked No. 11 overall in the state of Florida and No. 82 nationally by Perfect Game, and among right-handers, was No. 3 in Florida and No. 27 nationally

PERSONAL

»»Son of Erik Sr. and Susana Manoah »»Has one brother and one half sister »»Brother, Erik Jr., plays in the Los Angeles Angels organization

»»Birthday is January 9 »»Majoring in communication studies »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll


ALEK MANOAH

47 MANOAH’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 1 (Feb. 16, 2018, at Jacksonville) DOUBLES 0 TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 0 TOTAL BASES 1 (Feb. 16, 2018, at Jacksonville) RBIS 0 RUNS SCORED 1, 2 times (Last: April 3, 2018, vs. Niagara) WALKS 2 (April 3, 2018, vs. Niagara) AT-BATS 5 (Feb. 16, 2018, at Jacksonville) STOLEN BASES 0 PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED STRIKEOUTS BATTERS FACED RUNNERS CS

8.0 (April 29, 2017, vs. Oklahoma) 7, 2 times (Last: March 17, 2018, vs. Canisius) 31 (April 29, 2017, vs. Oklahoma) 2 (April 16, 2017, vs. TCU)

MANOAH’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .000 6 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 4 0 .125 0 0 0 0 6 8 1 .933 2018 .077 9 2 13 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .077 2 1 4 0 .250 0 0 0 0 31 1 6 .842 TOTAL .050 15 3 20 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .050 3 1 8 0 .208 0 0 0 0 37 9 7 .868 MANOAH’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2017 3.07 1 1 19 10 0 0 0 2 55.2 43 23 19 33 45 12 1 1 250 .219 6 17 2 2 2 2018 4.00 3 5 23 8 0 0 1 2 54.0 53 36 24 28 60 11 0 3 258 .252 7 15 1 4 1 TOTAL 3.53 4 6 42 18 0 0 1 4 109.2 96 59 43 61 105 23 1 4 508 .236 13 32 3 6 3

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DILLON RHP

R-JR. » 6-2 » 185 » R/R PARADISE, TEXAS » PARADISE HS/WEATHERFORD COLLEGE

2018 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

»»Made 10 relief appearances on the mound »»In 9.0 innings of work, allowed five earned runs on eight hits for a 5.00 ERA with five strikeouts and five walks while holding opposing batters to a .235 average »»Allowed one run on two hits in 1.1 innings on May 12 at TCU »»Needed just seven pitches to retire UNLV in order in an inning of work on April 6 »»Did not allow a hit in 1.1 innings on March 18 against Canisius »»In his Mountaineer debut, struck out two and did not allow a hit in 1.0 inning on March 11 at Middle Tennessee

2017 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) – WEATHERFORD COLLEGE

»»Named to the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

»»Helped Weatherford College reach the

championship round of the NJCAA Region V Tournament »»Made seven appearances with one start, recording an 0-1 record »»In 9.2 innings pitched, allowed 12 earned runs on 13 hits with seven strikeouts and 11 walks with an ERA of 11.17

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2016 (FRESHMAN) – TCU

»»Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Paradise High for coach Michael Fehler

»»Named to the all-district first team as a senior

»»Two-time Wise County MVP as a sophomore and junior

»»District pitcher of the year as a junior after recording 153 strikeouts in 70 innings

»»Earned first team all-district honors as a sophomore

»»District newcomer of the year and All-

Wise County Newcomer of the Year as a freshman »»Named a Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American »»Was ranked No. 59 overall in the state of Texas by Baseball America

PERSONAL

»»Son of Todd and Robin Meadows »»Has two brothers and one sister »»Birthday is November 20 »»Majoring in agribusiness management »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll »»President’s List


DILLON MEADOWS

16 MEADOWS’ SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 1.2 (March 23, 2018, at Oklahoma) STRIKEOUTS 2, 2 times (Last: May 1, 2018, vs. Maryland) BATTERS FACED 8 (March 23, 2018, at Oklahoma) RUNNERS CS 0 MEADOWS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2018 5.00 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 9.0 8 6 5 5 5 2 0 1 40 .235 1 1 0 0 0 TOTAL 5.00 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 9.0 8 6 5 5 5 2 0 1 40 .235 1 1 0 0 0

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ZACH LHP

REID

R-SR. » 5-11 » 165 » L/L MONTGOMERY, ALA. » TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL/TENNESSEE

2018 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR)

»»Made 11 relief appearances on the mound

and earned a 1-0 record »»Allowed six earned runs on eight hits with 12 strikeouts and two walks in 9.1 innings for a 5.79 ERA while holding the opposition to a .222 batting average »»Struck out a season-best four batters and gave up just one hit in 2.0 shutout innings in WVU’s Big 12 Championship win over No. 6 Texas Tech on May 25 »»Earned his first win as a Mountaineer on May 17 against Baylor and retired the lone batter he faced in a 2-1 victory »»Struck out the side in 1.0 inning of work on May 4 at Kansas »»Did not allow a run on one hit with a strikeout on March 13 at Tennessee Tech

2017 (JUNIOR)

»»Redshirted after transferring to WVU from Tennessee

2016 (SOPHOMORE) – TENNESSEE

»»Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll »»Made 16 appearances, all in relief, earning a record of 1-0

»»Posted an ERA of 3.38, allowing five

earned runs on 13 hits with 13 strikeouts and 11 walks in 13.1 innings pitched »»Earned his first career win with 1.1 shutout innings at No. 22 Alabama on March 26 »»Struck out a career-best five batters in 2.0 innings pitched vs. UC Irvine on March 11 »»Threw 2.0 shutout innings vs. Maryland on March 4 »»Struck out two batters in 1.0 innings vs. Central Michigan on Feb. 28

2015 (FRESHMAN) – TENNESSEE

»»Named to the SEC Freshmen/First-Year Academic Honor Roll

»»Appeared in two games but did not earn a decision, pitching 1.0 innings, allowing no runs on two hits »»Threw 1.0 scoreless innings against Belmont on May 6, allowing two hits »»Made his first collegiate appearance on Feb. 25 at Belmont, but did not throw a pitch due to a runner caught stealing at second base

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HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Trinity Presbyterian School for coach Ken Whittle

»»All-state and all-metro as a senior, along

with Southeast Region Honorable Mention accolades by Perfect Game »»Struck out 80 batters in 49.0 innings as a senior with a 0.57 ERA »»Helped lead his team to back-to-back state titles in 2012-13 and a combined 63-21 record »»Went 5-1 with 50 strikeouts and a 1.07 ERA in 39.1 innings pitched as a junior and had 24 strikeouts in 24.1 innings pitched with a 1.73 ERA as a sophomore »»Was ranked the No. 5 left-handed pitcher in the state of Alabama by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Glenn and Brigitte Reid »»Has two sisters »»Birthday is September 28 »»Majoring in accounting »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Dean’s List »»President’s List


ZACH REID

18 REID’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 2.0 (May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) STRIKEOUTS 4 (May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) BATTERS FACED 7, 2 times (Last: May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) RUNNERS CS 0

REID’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2018 5.79 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 9.1 8 6 6 2 12 1 1 2 41 .222 0 3 0 0 0 TOTAL 5.79 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 9.1 8 6 6 2 12 1 1 2 41 .222 0 3 0 0 0 WVUBaseball

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NICK LHP

JR. » 6-7 » 220 » L/L MARLTON, N.J. » CHEROKEE HS/MERCER COUNTY CC

2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Made seven appearances on the mound »»In 4.0 innings pitched, allowed 10 earned

runs on four hits for a 22.50 ERA with six strikeouts and 13 walks »»Struck out a career-best three batters in a career-high 1.2 innings on April 6 against UNLV »»Made his career debut on Feb. 17 at Jacksonville and had one strikeout

2017 (FRESHMAN) – MERCER COUNTY CC

»»Helped Mercer County CC advance

to the NJCAA Division II World Series championship game and a Region 19 and District championship »»Made 15 appearances with 11 starts, earning a record of 6-2 »»In 58.2 innings pitched, had an ERA of 3.68 and allowed 24 earned runs on 34 hits with 94 strikeouts and 57 walks »»Finished ninth overall in the NJCAA with 94 strikeouts, including a season-best 14 in 6.0 innings pitched on March 29 vs. Harford

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HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Cherokee High for coach Marc

Petragnani »»Named to the All-South Jersey First Team and the All-Group Four State squad as a senior »»Earned All-Conference accolades as a senior and was named to the Carpenter Cup team »»Team MVP and Cy Young award winner as a senior, and team captain »»Went 11-0 as a senior, making 14 starts and striking out 100 batters while posting an ERA of 1.16

PERSONAL

»»Son of Jeff and Dianne Snyder »»Has two brothers »»Birthday is November 19 »»Majoring in sport management »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll »»President’s List


NICK SNYDER

35 SNYDER’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 1.2 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) STRIKEOUTS 3 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) BATTERS FACED 10 (April 6, 2018, vs. UNLV) RUNNERS CS 1 (April 13, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) SNYDER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2018 22.50 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 13 10 13 6 1 0 1 29 .267 2 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 22.50 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 13 10 13 6 1 0 1 29 .267 2 0 0 1 0

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KADE RHP

JR. » 6-2 » 175 » R/R FORT WORTH, TEXAS » MANSFORD LEGACY HS

2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Named to the Academic All-Big 12

Second Team »»Made 15 appearances on the mound with a team-high 13 starts and led the team with four wins (4-7) »»Led the team with 61 strikeouts and 62.2 innings pitched and allowed 40 earned runs on 67 hits for a 5.74 ERA with 36 walks while holding opponents to a .276 batting average »»In a season-high-tying 5.2 innings, earned the win and struck out seven batters while allowing no runs on two hits against Kansas State on April 21 »»Had 10 strikeouts and picked up the win in 5.0 innings of work against Oklahoma State on April 14 »»Struck out a career-best 11 batters in 5.2 innings and got the win on March 11 at Middle Tennessee »»Earned his first win of the year on March 4 and held Western Kentucky to one run on four hits with four strikeouts in 5.2 innings

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2017 (FRESHMAN)

»»Named to the Academic All-Big 12

Rookie Team »»Made 17 appearances with eight starts, posting a 1-3 record »»Allowed 29 earned runs on 48 hits with 35 strikeouts in 45.1 innings pitched with an ERA of 5.76 »»Struck out a career-best seven batters while allowing two runs on three hits in 5.2 innings in the Big 12 Championship semifinals vs. Oklahoma State on May 27 »»Gave up just one run on four hits in 4.1 innings pitched vs. No. 4 Texas Tech on May 6 »»In an emergency start on April 2 at No. 23 Oklahoma State, the first start of his career, allowed two runs on two hits with three strikeouts in 4.1 innings pitched »»Earned his first career win with 3.1 shutout innings on March 24 vs. Jacksonville, allowing three hits with two strikeouts

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Mansfield Legacy High for coach David Walden

»»Named a 2015 Underclass Honorable

Mention All-America honoree by Perfect Game »»Named to the 2015 Perfect Game 17u WWVA All-Tournament Team »»Was the No. 78th-ranked right-handed pitcher in Texas and No. 221 among all players in the state, according to Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Russell and Corraine Strowd »»Has one sister »»Birthday is September 17 »»Majoring in general business »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


KADE STROWD

5 STROWD’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 5.2, 4 times (Last: April 21, 2018, vs. Kansas State) STRIKEOUTS 11 (March 11, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) BATTERS FACED 27, 3 times (Last: April 28, 2018, vs. Texas) RUNNERS CS 2 (April 21, 2018, vs. Kansas State) STROWD’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2017 5.76 1 3 17 8 0 0 0 0 45.1 48 30 29 28 35 13 1 7 214 .274 3 6 1 1 4 2018 5.74 4 7 15 13 0 0 1 0 62.2 67 41 40 36 61 18 1 3 290 .276 2 7 0 3 1 TOTAL 5.75 5 10 32 21 0 0 1 0 108.0 115 71 69 64 96 31 2 10 504 .275 5 13 1 4 5

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BRANDON OF

JR. » 5-11 » 160 » R/R WINTER SPRINGS, FLA. » WINTER SPRINGS HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

»»Tied for No. 10 in WVU history with 35 stolen bases

2018 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Started all 56 games in center field »»Finished second on the team with 22 stolen

bases – which ranked No. 6 in WVU history at the time – in 33 attempts, third with 33 walks, fourth with 58 hits and a .392 on-base percentage, fifth with a .289 batting average and 72 total bases and had 20 RBIs, 30 runs scored, seven doubles, two triples, one home run with a .358 slugging percentage »»Tied for fourth with two game-winning hits »»Finished fourth on the team with 17 multi-hit games and added four multi-RBI contests »»Concluded the season on a seven-game hit streak and had a 13-game reachedbase streak »»Had three hits, a stolen base and a run scored in WVU’s Big 12 Championshipopening win against No. 20 Oklahoma State on May 23, and added another two hits and a career-high-tying two stolen bases the next day vs. TCU »»Named the WVU Student-Athlete of the Week on May 21 after he had five hits and two RBIs in WVU’s series against Baylor, from May 17-19 »»Drove in two runs, stole two bases, had a hit, walked once and scored a run on May 9 against Virginia Tech »»Had two hits, an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in back-to-back games vs. No. 19 Texas, capped when he drove in the game-winning run with an eighthinning infield single on April 28

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»»Had two hits, a walk and a run scored with a

sacrifice fly that scored the eventual gamewinning run on April 21 against Kansas State »»Had a career-high-tying four hits with four runs scored, two RBIs and a pair of stolen bases on April 11 against Pitt »»Set a career high with four hits on April 3 vs. Niagara, and added a two RBIs »»Drove in a career-best three runs with a home run and two runs scored on March 16 against Niagara

2017 (FRESHMAN)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Played in 55 games with 50 starts, all in center field

»»Led the team with 13 stolen bases and hit

.277 with 44 hits in 159 at-bats with 14 RBIs, four doubles and two triples while walking 21 times for a .360 on-base percentage »»Had nine multi-hit games and three multiRBI contests »»Hit safely in eight consecutive games and had a reached-base streak of 16 games, the second-longest on the team »»Tripled, walked once and scored two runs on April 25 at Virginia Tech in the final game of an eight-game hitting streak »»Named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on April 17 after having five hits, three walks, two stolen bases and an RBI from April 11-16, including a career-high-tying three hits and two stolen bases on April 15 vs. No. 3 TCU »»Drove in a career-high-tying two runs with a pair of hits, a walk and one stolen base on April 8 vs. Kansas »»Had two hits in three straight games from April 2-April 5 while adding four runs scored, three walks, three stolen bases and an RBI in the span

»»Notched a career-high three hits and stole

the first two bases of his career while adding a run scored on March 10 at Old Dominion »»Had three hits and two RBIs with a double on Feb. 19 at Charlotte »»In his career debut on Feb. 18 at Charlotte, started in center field and had one double and a walk in one at-bat

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Winter Springs High for coach Jeff Perez

»»Named a 2016 Rawlings-Perfect Game

Honorable Mention All-American and a Florida Region honorable mention by Perfect Game »»Earned Underclass High Honorable Mention All-America accolades in 2015 by Perfect Game »»Ranked the No. 140 player in the state of Florida and No. 25 among outfielders »»Also played football and basketball, and was named to football’s East-West Central Florida All-Star Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Curtis and DeLaine White »»Has two brothers and one sister »»Father, Curtis, played football at Florida

and in the NFL for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers »»Mother, DeLaine, was a cheerleader at WVU »»Cousin, Noel Devine, played football at WVU and in the NFL »»Birthday is August 28 »»Major in athletic coaching education »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


BRANDON WHITE

7 WHITE’S HITS DOUBLES TRIPLES HOME RUNS TOTAL BASES RBIS RUNS SCORED WALKS AT-BATS STOLEN BASES

SINGLE GAME HIGHS 4, 2 times (Last: April 11, 2018, vs. Pitt) 1, 11 times (Last: May 23, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) 1, 4 times (Last: April 27, 2018, vs. Texas) 1, (March 16, 2018, vs. Canisius) 6 (April 11, 2018, vs. Pitt) 3 (March 16, 2018, vs. Canisius) 4 (April 11, 2018, vs. Pitt) 2, 11 times (Last: May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) 5, 13 times (Last: May 18, 2018, vs. Baylor) 2, 7 times (Last: May 24, 2018, vs. TCU)

WHITE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2017 .277 55 50 159 22 44 4 2 0 14 52 .327 21 2 32 4 .360 4 7 13 20 132 4 0 1.000 2018 .289 56 56 201 30 58 7 2 1 20 72 .358 33 2 39 3 .392 1 4 22 33 142 3 1 .993 TOTAL .283 111 106 360 52 102 11 4 1 34 124 .344 54 4 71 7 .378 5 11 35 53 274 7 1 .996

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JACKSON RHP

SO. » 6-7 » 205 » L/L GAHANNA, OHIO » GAHANNA LINCOLN HS

2018 (FRESHMAN)

»»Made 17 appearances on the mound with

two starts and posted a 1-1 record »»Pitched a scoreless inning on May 18 against Baylor »»Struck out all three batters he faced on May 4 at Kansas »»Got the start at PNC Park and struck out a career-best five batters in 5.0 innings while allowing one run on three hits against Penn State on April 10 »»In his first career start, struck out three and allowed one earned run on four hits in 2.0 innings »»Earned his first career win on March 29 at No. 7 Texas Tech, striking out three in 4.0 shutout innings in WVU’s 1-0 victory, and was named the WVU Student-Athlete of the Week on April 2 »»First career appearance came on Feb. 24 against VCU, with 2.0 innings pitched, two strikeouts, no hits allowed and one unearned run

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HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Gahanna Lincoln High for coach Michael Shade »»First Team All-OCC, all-division and MVP honors »»Named a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American in 2016 »»Ranked No. 5 among left-handers and No. 20 overall in the state of Ohio by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Joe and Christie Wolf »»Has one brother »»Father, Joe, played baseball at Columbus State

»»Birthday is April 22 »»Majoring in forensics


JACKSON WOLF

23 WOLF’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 5 (April 10, 2018, vs. Penn State) STRIKEOUTS 5 (April 10, 2018, vs. Penn State) BATTERS FACED 17 (April 10, 2018, vs. Penn State) RUNNERS CS 1 (April 10, 2018, vs. Penn State) WOLF’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2018 4.07 1 1 17 2 0 0 2 0 24.1 19 15 11 15 24 7 1 2 107 .218 1 4 0 0 1 TOTAL 4.07 1 1 17 2 0 0 2 0 24.1 19 15 11 15 24 7 1 2 107 .218 1 4 0 0 1

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CODY RHP

R-JR. » 6-3 » 195 » R/R DENVER, COLO. » CHERRY CREEK HS

2018 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE)

»»Made 15 appearances on the mound, all

in relief »»In 23.0 innings pitched, allowed 12 earned runs on 24 hits for a 4.70 ERA with 14 strikeouts and 14 walks while holding the opposition to a .261 batting average »»Did not allow a hit in 1.2 innings on May 18 against Baylor »»Allowed no runs in five consecutive appearances from April 13-May 5 and totaled 7.0 innings pitched »»Struck out a career-best five batters in 3.0 shutout innings on April 24 at Marshall »»In a career-long 4.2 innings pitched, allowed one run on three hits with three strikeouts on March 16 against Canisius

2017 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

»»Made 11 relief appearances on the mound and earned a record of 2-0 with one save »»Earned a 5.40 ERA in 16.2 innings pitched, allowing 10 earned runs on 17 hits with nine strikeouts and four walks »»Pitched 1.2 hitless innings in the NCAA Regional Final on June 4 at No. 13 Wake Forest, striking out a career-high-tying two batters

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State at PNC Park, allowing one run on five hits in 3.1 innings with one strikeout and no walks »»Picked up his first career save against No. 4 Texas Tech on May 7, allowing one hit with a strikeout in 1.0 innings, while recording a perfect inning the previous day against the Red Raiders »»Pitched 1.2 scoreless innings without allowing a baserunner on April 22 at Kansas State »»In his first career appearance, earned the win with 2.1 innings of work, allowing one run on one hit with two strikeouts against Morehead State on April 5

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Cherry Creek High for coach Marc Johnson

»»Named a Perfect Game West Region Honorable Mention honoree

»»Ranked No. 24 overall in the state

of Colorado in the class of 2015 and eighth among right-handed pitchers by Perfect Game

PERSONAL

»»Son of Tyler and Sara Wood »»Has two brothers and one sister »»Father, Tyler, played football and basketball at Fort Hayes State

»»Mother, Sara, ran cross country and track at Colorado

»»Birthday is September 16 »»Majoring in marketing »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll »»Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


CODY WOOD

4 WOOD’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS INNINGS PITCHED 4.2 (March 16, 2018, vs. Canisius) STRIKEOUTS 5 (April 24, 2018, at Marshall) BATTERS FACED 17, 2 times (Last: March 24, 2018, at Oklahoma) RUNNERS CS 1 (April 25, 2017, at Virginia Tech)

WOOD’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2017 5.40 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 1 16.2 17 11 10 4 9 2 0 1 72 .270 2 3 1 1 1 2018 4.70 0 0 15 0 0 0 1 0 23.0 24 12 12 14 14 5 0 2 108 .261 2 1 0 1 0 TOTAL 4.99 2 0 26 0 0 0 1 1 39.2 41 23 22 18 23 7 0 3 180 .265 4 4 1 2 1 WVUBaseball

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BRADEN RHP/ OF

SR. » 6-3 » 185 » L/R MARIETTA,GA. » POPE HS

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

»»Tied for No. 4 in WVU history with 42

stolen bases »»Ranks No. 5 in WVU history with 9.25 strikeouts per nine innings »»Tied for No. 8 in WVU history with eight saves

2018 (JUNIOR)

»»Earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Named to the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List

»»Named to the NCBWA Preseason AllAmerica First Team

»»Named to the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Watch List

»»Played in and started 49 games, and

made appearances in the field or at the plate in every game while also making an appearance on the mound in 15 of those games

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42 games in left field, seven as the designated hitter and four on the mound »»Tied for No. 3 in program history at the time in both stolen bases (27) and walks (42) »»Led the team with 42 walks and 27 stolen bases in 33 attempts, was third with 39 runs scored and a .403 on-base percentage and hit .259 with 48 hits, 19 RBIs, six doubles, two triples, 58 total bases and a .314 slugging percentage »»Tied for fourth with two game-winning hits »»Had 11 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI contests »»Finished the season on a seven-game hit streak and notched a reached-base streak of 20 consecutive games »»On the mound, posted a record of 2-3 with two saves and allowed 19 earned runs on 39 hits in 37.0 innings for a 4.62 ERA with 35 strikeouts and 15 walks

»»Had three hits and scored four runs in

WVU’s Big 12 Championship win over No. 6 Texas Tech on May 25 »»Earned the save with 1.2 shutout innings with two strikeouts and added two hits, two runs scored and a stolen base at the Big 12 Championship against No. 20 Oklahoma State on May 23 »»Struck out five batters in 2.0 innings and did not allow a run to pick up the save while also tripling at the plate on May 17 against Baylor »»Had three hits, an RBI, two runs scored and a pair of stolen bases on May 9 against Virginia Tech »»Drove in the game-winning run with a second-inning single and had two hits, two RBIs and a run scored on May 4 at Kansas »»Had two hits, two RBIs and a run scored with a walk on April 24 at Marshall


BRADEN ZARBNISKY

26 ZARBNISKY’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITTING HITS 5 (March 3, 2018, at Western Kentucky) DOUBLES 1, 11 times (Last: May 26, 2018, vs. TCU) TRIPLES 1, 3 times (Last: May 17, 2018, vs. Baylor) HOME RUNS 1 (May 2, 2017, vs. Eastern Michigan) TOTAL BASES 6 (March 3, 2018, at Western Kentucky) RBIS 3 (May 2, 2017, vs. Eastern Michigan) RUNS SCORED 4 (May 25, 2018, vs. Texas Tech) WALKS 4, 2 times (Last: April 14, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) AT-BATS 6, 4 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) STOLEN BASES 2, 8 times (Last: May 9, 2018, vs. Virginia Tech) PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED STRIKEOUTS BATTERS FACED RUNNERS CS

6.0 (April 15, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) 6, 2 times (Last: Feb. 25, 2018, at Costal Carolina) 24 (April 15, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State) 1, 7 times (Last: May 23, 2018, vs. Oklahoma State)

ZARBNISKY’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .265 39 23 102 14 27 2 1 0 9 31 .304 8 0 10 1 .315 1 3 3 6 26 7 3 .917 2017 .336 46 28 125 32 42 3 0 1 12 48 .384 17 1 25 1 .417 1 6 12 12 21 8 0 1.000 2018 .259 49 49 185 39 48 6 2 0 19 58 .314 42 4 47 0 .403 2 8 27 33 74 5 1 .988 TOTAL .284 134 100 412 85 117 11 3 1 40 137 .333 67 5 82 2 .387 4 17 42 51 121 20 4 .972 ZARBNISKY’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS YEAR ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2016 4.00 4 0 12 4 0 0 0 0 27.0 24 13 12 11 25 6 1 1 113 .247 1 3 1 1 1 2017 2.75 6 2 23 0 0 0 0 6 39.1 35 14 12 21 46 5 0 2 174 .246 4 4 0 1 6 2018 4.62 2 3 15 4 0 0 0 2 37.0 39 22 19 15 35 13 2 4 161 .283 1 1 1 5 2 TOTAL 3.75 12 5 50 8 0 0 0 8 103.1 98 49 43 47 106 24 3 7 448 .260 6 8 2 7 9

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»»Got the win and allowed one earned run

with three strikeouts in 5.0 innings while starting on the mound and adding three hits and three runs scored at the plate »»Had a hit, two RBIs, two runs scored and two walks at the plate and added 3.0 innings on the mound in relief, with three strikeouts and one run on two hits »»Had three hits and two RBIs on March 9 at Middle Tennessee »»Drove in the game-winning run, had a career-best five hits with three runs scored and two stolen bases to go along with a win on the mound, allowing one run on two hits in 2.0 innings, on March 3 at Western Kentucky, and was named the WVU Student-Athlete of the Week on March 5 »»Struck out a career-best six batters in 3.0 innings on Feb. 25 at Coastal Carolina

2017 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Named to the All-America Third Team by

the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association »»Named the District II Player of the Year by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association »»Named a John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award finalist »»Named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team »»Named to the All-Big 12 First Team »»Played in a total of 52 games, with 46 games played in the field and 23 relief appearances on the mound, with 17 games where he pitched and played in the field or was the designated hitter »»His 23 appearances on the mound were tied for fifth-most in a single season in WVU history at the time »»At the plate and in the field, played in 46 games with 28 starts, 21 as the designated hitter, six in center field and one in left field »»Led the team with a .336 batting average and a .417 on-base percentage and finished second with 12 stolen bases in 12 attempts, recording 42 hits in 125 at-bats with 12 RBIs, three doubles, one home run, 17 walks and 32 runs scored »»Had 11 multi-hit games and two multi-RBI contests while adding a hitting streak of nine games and a reached-base streak of 10 games »»Led the team with six wins and six saves, tied for eighth-most in a single season in WVU history at the time, earning a 6-2 record while posting a 2.75 ERA, second-best amongst pitchers with at least 3.0 innings pitched, allowing 12 earned runs on 35 hits in 39.1 innings with 46 strikeouts, fourth-most on the team, and 21 walks »»His last 13 appearances on the mound came when he also played in the field or was the designated hitter »»Started all four games in the NCAA Regionals and had five hits, two RBIs and two runs scored while pitching 1.2 innings on June 3 at No. 13 Wake Forest, allowing a run on four hits with two strikeouts

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»»Earned the win in the Big 12 Championship

vs. No. 3 Texas Tech on May 26, allowing a run on four hits with three strikeouts in 4.0 innings while adding a hit and an RBI at the plate »»Had a career-high four hits with an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in the Big 12 Championship vs. Oklahoma State on May 25 »»Picked up the save on May 20 at Texas, allowing one run on one hit in 3.0 innings and adding two hits, an RBI, two stolen bases and a walk »»Struck out three batters in 1.2 hitless innings to earn the save and added a hit, one RBI and a run scored on May 10 against Penn State at PNC Park »»Gave up no runs on two hits with three strikeouts in 3.0 innings while adding three hits, a stolen base and a run scored on May 7 vs. Texas Tech »»Drove in a career-best three runs on two hits, including his first career home run, with two walks, two runs scored and a stolen base on May 2 against Eastern Michigan »»Earned the save with 1.1 scoreless innings on April 28 vs. Oklahoma, striking out two and giving up one hit while adding a pair of hits and a run scored with the bat »»Recorded a save with 1.0 no-hit innings on April 25 at Virginia Tech while also coming in as a pinch-runner and scoring a run »»Struck out three and allowed two hits in 2.2 innings to earn the win on April 21 at Kansas State while also stealing two bases and getting a hit and scoring a run »»Drove in a run and got the win with 0.2 innings of work on April 14 vs. No. 3 TCU »»In the last game where he pitched but did not appear at the plate or in the field, earned his first career save on April 2 at No. 23 Oklahoma State »»Struck out three in 1.2 perfect innings to earn the win while also doubling, stealing a base and scoring a run on April 1 at No. 23 Oklahoma State »»Struck out a career-best six batters in 3.0 innings while allowing just one hit on March 8 at Southeastern Louisiana »»Earned his first win of the season with 3.0 no-hit innings on Feb. 26 against Ball State, striking out five »»Had three hits and a run scored on Feb. 25 at No. 18 Coastal Carolina

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Played in a to tal of 44 games, with 12

appearances on the mound and 39 at the plate, with seven games where he pitched and played in the field or was the designated hitter »»Pitched in 12 games with four starts, earning a 4.00 ERA in 27.0 innings, allowing 12 earned runs on 24 hits with 25 strikeouts and 11 walks while compiling a record of 4-0

»»At the plate and in the field, played in 39

games with 23 starts, both in the outfield and as designated hitter, hitting .265 with 27 hits, nine RBIs, two doubles and eight walks in 102 at-bats »»Got the start and struck out a careerbest five batters in 3.0 innings while also driving in a run on May 17 at Pitt »»Earned the win with 2.1 scoreless innings pitched with four strikeouts and no walks on May 13 against William & Mary »»Picked up the win on May 7 against Texas, allowing one run on one hit in 3.1 innings »»Played in the outfield in all three games in a weekend sweep of Texas from May 6-8 with two starts, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs, two runs scored and a walk on May 6 »»Got the start and pitched 4.0 scoreless innings to earn the win on May 3 against Virginia Tech, giving up just three hits with three strikeouts and a walk »»Started on the mound and as designated hitter on April 27 against Marshall, recording one hit while allowing no runs on two hits with 3 strikeouts in 3.0 innings »»Had two hits, including a triple, two runs scored and an RBI on April 23 at Oklahoma »»Had a career-best three hits on April 16 against Kansas State »»Allowed one hit with two strikeouts in 2.0 scoreless innings on March 15 against Radford

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played for coach Jeff Rowland at Pope High

»»Won a state championship in 2013 »»Helped his team to a 16-12 record and an

appearance in the Georgia AAAAA state tournament in 2014 »»Named a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American »»Named to the Region 7-AAAAA All-Region Second Team »»Named the Pope High Cy Young and CoMVP award winner in 2014 »»Coached by Tom Webb of the East Cobb Bulldogs

PERSONAL

»»Son of Daryl and Nancy Zarbnisky »»Has one sister »»Father, Daryl, played baseball at Auburn »»Grandfather, Ron Zarbnisky, played baseball at Oregon State and football at Boise State »»Birthday is December 26 »»Majoring in multidisciplinary studies »»Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll


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ANDREW INF

SR. » 6-2 » 207 » R/R HILLSBOROUGH, N.J. » HILLSBOROUGH HS

2018 (JUNIOR)

»»Played in 44 games with 28 starts, 25 at

third base, two as the designated hitter and one at second base »»Hit .235 with 27 hits, 18 runs scored, 16 RBIs, five doubles, one home run, 35 total bases, a .304 slugging percentage, a .318 on-base percentage, 12 walks and five stolen bases in five attempts »»Had four multi-hit games and four multiRBI contests »»Recorded a career-long hit streak of nine games, third-longest on the team, from Feb. 23-March 11, and had a 10-game reached-base streak »»Had a career-high-tying two RBIs with a double, three runs scored and a walk coming off the bench on May 4 at Kansas »»Drove in the game-winning run with a sixth-inning single in WVU’s win over Niagara on April 3 and added a stolen base and a run scored »»Had two hits, including his second career home run, and two RBIs on March 16 against Canisius »»Recorded a pair of hits with an RBI, a stolen base and a run scored on March 11 at Middle Tennessee to cap a nine-game hit streak

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»»Had two hits, two RBIs and a run scored

on March 3 at Western Kentucky »»Matched his career high with two RBIs on Feb. 23 against VCU

2017 (SOPHOMORE)

»»Played in 14 games, coming in as a pinchhitter or defensive substitution at first or second base »»Hit .154 with two hits, including a home run, two RBIs, five total bases, two walks and four runs scored while posting a slugging percentage of .385 »»Hit his first career home run, driving in two runs, on May 13 vs. Gardner-Webb »»Had a hit and a walk and scored three runs on May 2 vs. Eastern Michigan

2016 (FRESHMAN)

»»Played in 15 games with four starts, two

at second base, one at shortstop and one at third base »»Posted a .346 batting average with nine hits, four RBIs, four doubles and four walks »»Had two multi-hit games and two multiRBI contests and recorded a three-game hitting streak »»Drove in two runs and had a double and two walks while getting the start against Youngstown State on April 19

»»Drove in the game-winning run and had

a career-best three hits and two RBIs on April 10 against Furman while starting at second base »»Had two hits and scored a run in his career debut on Feb. 27 at UNLV

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Played at Hillsborough High for coach Eric Eden

»»Helped lead Hillsborough High to a county championship his senior season

»»Hit .302 as a senior with four home runs, a .395 slugging percentage and a .348 on-base percentage

PERSONAL

»»Son of John and Lisa Zitel »»Has one brother »»Birthday is February 19 »»Majoring in communication studies


ANDREW ZITEL

45 ZITEL’S SINGLE GAME HIGHS HITS 3 (April 10, 2016, vs. Furman) DOUBLES 2 (April 10, 2016, vs. Furman) TRIPLES 0 HOME RUNS 1, 2 times (Last: March 16, 2018, vs. Canisius) TOTAL BASES 5, 2 times (Last: March 16, 2018, vs. Canisius) RBIS 2, 7 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) RUNS SCORED 3, 2 times (Last: May 4, 2018, at Kansas) WALKS 2, 2 times (Last: March 9, 2018, at Middle Tennessee) AT-BATS 6 (March 3, 2018, at Western Kentucky) STOLEN BASES 1, 6 times (Last: May 23, 2018 vs. Oklahoma State) ZITEL’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .346 15 4 26 3 9 4 0 0 4 13 .500 4 0 8 0 .433 0 2 1 1 12 17 1 .967 2017 .154 14 0 13 4 2 0 0 1 2 5 .385 2 0 7 0 .267 0 2 0 0 8 7 1 .938 2018 .235 44 28 115 18 27 5 0 1 16 35 .304 12 2 31 0 .318 0 5 5 7 26 50 6 .927 TOTAL .247 73 32 154 25 38 9 0 2 22 53 .344 18 2 46 0 .333 0 9 6 8 46 74 8 .938

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RYAN RHP

FR. » 6-2 » 195 » R/R CANTON, OHIO » GLENOAK HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended GlenOak High and pitched for coach Ray Frisbee »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American

and earned First Team All-Federal League and first team all-district accolades in 2018 »»Earned all-district second team honors in 2017 and all-district honorable mention in 2016 »»Ranked No. 13 among right-handed pitchers and No. 30 overall in Ohio by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history »»Also played High basketball

PERSONAL

»»Son of Todd and Kim Bergert »»Has one brother »»Birthday is March 8 »»Majoring in sport management

DREW RHP

BRITT

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FR. » 6-5 » 220 » R/R DOWNINGTOWN, PA. » DOWNINGTOWN WEST HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Downingtown West High and played for coach David

Oleszek »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the all-area and all-league teams in 2018 »»Earned Second Team All-Southeastern PA honors and named first team all-league and all-area and team MVP in 2017 after going 8-1 »»Named an Underclass Honorable Mention All-American by Perfect Game in 2016 and 2017 »»Named first team all-league and second team all-area in 2016 »»No. 13-ranked right-handed pitcher in Pennsylvania and No. 51 overall by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

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BERGERT

PERSONAL

»»Son of Scott and Laura Britt »»Has one brother »»Birthday is March 12 »»Enrolled in general studies


ALEC 1B

BURNS

FR. » 6-4 » 220 » R/R AMHERST, N.H. » SOUHEGAN HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Souhegan High and played for coach Bill Dod, winning a

state title in 2016 and serving as team captain in 2018 »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the Northeast All-Region Second Team in 2018 »»Broke the team single-season home run record with 12 homers, was named an all-state honoree, the Perfect Game New Hampshire Player of the Year and a Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention in 2017 »»Ranked No. 2 among first basemen and No. 7 overall in New Hampshire by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history »»Also played basketball

PERSONAL

»»Son of Shaun Burns and Lauren Riccio »»Has two brothers and one sister »»Father, Shaun, played lacrosse at SMU »»Step-father, Tony Riccio, played baseball at New Hampshire »»Birthday is November 21 »»Majoring in sport management

AUSTIN INF/ OF

DAVIS

FR. » 5-10 » 160 » R/R ORLANDO, FLA. » CONRAD ACADEMY

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Conrad Academy and played for coach Persio Rodriguez »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American in 2018

»»Was a two-time all-metro honoree »»Named a Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention

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PERSONAL

»»Son of Dominique and Temeka Davis »»Has one brother »»Birthday is August 27 »»Majoring in human nutrition and food

in 2016

»»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

»»Also played football, where he earned all-metro, defensive player of the year and MVP honors

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PHILLIP INF/ RHP

DULL

FR » 6-0 » 192 » R/R ALUM BANK, PA. » CHESTNUT RIDGE HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Chestnut Ridge High and played for coach Joe Perez »»Named to the all-state and all-county first teams in 2018 »»Helped Chestnut Ridge to a district championship in 2017 while serving as team captain

»»Was the third-ranked shortstop and No. 9 overall in the state of

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PERSONAL

»»Son of Shawn and Deanna Dull »»Has two sisters and one brother »»Birthday is January 7 »»Enrolled in general studies

Pennsylvania, according to Perfect Game

»»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

»»Also was a team captain on the football team and won a district title and reached the state championship in track and field in 2017

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HELVERSON

FR. » 6-3 » 180 » R/R SCHWENKSVILLE, PA. » PERKIOMEN VALLEY HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Perkiomen Valley High and played for coach Ryan Hinkle »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Third Team All-American and Atlantic All-Region First Team honoree in 2018

»»Named to the Mercury All-Area First Team, the USA Today All-USA PA First Team and the All-Pioneer Conference First Team in 2018

»»Was a two-time First Team All-Pac 10 honoree and Perkiomen Valley Pitcher of the Year

»»Named a Perfect Game Underclass Third Team All-American and to the all-area first team as a junior in 2017

»»Earned Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention

and all-area honorable mention accolades as a sophomore in 2016

»»Ranked No. 1 among right-handed pitchers and No. 3 overall in

Pennsylvania, while he is rated the No. 42 right-hander in the nation by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

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PERSONAL

»»Son of Scott and Cindy Helverson »»Has one sister »»Father, Scott, played football at Fordham »»Mother, Cindy, played lacrosse at Millersville »»Birthday is May 17 »»Majoring in sport management


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MADISON RHP

JEFFERY

FR. » 6-0 » 190 » L/R BARBOURSVILLE, W.VA. » CABELL MIDLAND HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Cabell Midland High and played for coach Tracy Brumfield »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the Atlantic All-Region Second Team in 2018

»»Also named to the all-state first team and the conference player of the year in 2018

»»Earned first team all-conference accolades and was a two-time special honorable mention team honoree

PERSONAL

»»Son of Wylie and Christie Jeffrey »»Has two brothers »»Brother, Adam, played baseball at West Virginia State »»Brother, Zach, played basketball at Alderson Broaddus »»Birthday is March 14 »»Enrolled in general studies

»»Ranked the No. 1 player overall in West Virginia by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

»»Also played basketball

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KURTZHALS

FR. » 5-9 » 160 » R/R FORT WORTH, TEXAS » BOSWELL HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Boswell High and played for coach Steve Foster »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American in 2018

»»Earned first team all-district and second team all-state accolades in 2018 »»Was a three-time all-district honoree and was named to the academic all-district team as a junior »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history »»Also was the quarterback on the football team for two years and played basketball for one season

PERSONAL

»»Son of John and Jennifer Kurtzhals »»Has one brother »»Father, John, played basketball at Howard Payne and Central Methodist

»»Mother, Jennifer, played tennis at Howard Payne »»Birthday is June 1 »»Enrolled in general studies

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JEREMY RHP

LAPP-BARGER

FR. » 6-0 » 180 » R/R SYKESVILLE, MD. » CENTURY HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Century High and played for coach Michael Marrale,

where he won two county championships »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the Atlantic All-Region Second Team in 2018 »»Named to the all-county all-metro and all-state first teams »»Was a two-time first team all-county, second team all-state and team MVP »»Earned Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention accolades in 2017 »»Ranked No. 6 among right-handed pitchers and No. 13 overall in the state of Maryland by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history »»Also played basketball

PERSONAL

»»Son of Jamie Barger »»Birthday is June 1 »»Majoring in sport management

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BEAU LHP

LOWERY

FR. » 6-0 » 225 » R/L MARTINSBURG, W.VA. » MERCERSBURG ACADEMY

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Named an Atlantic All-Region Honorable Mention by Perfect Game

in 2018 »»Earned Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention honors in 2016 and ‘17 »»Was the No. 1-ranked left-handed pitcher in West Virginia and No. 5 overall in the state by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

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PERSONAL

»»Son of John and Tricia Lowery »»Has one sister and one brother »»Father, John, played baseball at Minnesota »»Birthday is April 14 »»Majoring in engineering


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PAUL C

McINTOSH

SO. » 6-1 » 220 » R/R MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. » DADE CHRISTIAN HS/MOTLOW STATE CC

»»Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in the 34th round (1,021st

overall) of the 2018 MLB Draft »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

2018 (FRESHMAN) – AT MOTLOW STATE CC

»»Played in 55 games, primarily at catcher »»Was second on the team with 16 home runs, third with a .331

batting average, 57 hits and a .680 slugging percentage and fourth with 48 RBIs and 10 doubles while leading the team with a .510 on-base percentage, 52 walks and 67 runs scored »»Had four three-hit games and seven games with at least three RBIs »»Had a career-high-tying three hits with a career-best five RBIs on April 21 vs. Walters State

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Dade Christian High and played for coach Richard Cook »»A two-time Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-

American, in 2016 and ’17, and earned Florida All-Region Second Team honors in 2017 and honorable mention accolades in 2016 »»Ranked No. 12 among catchers and No. 99 overall in the state of Florida by Perfect Game »»Played football for two seasons

PERSONAL

»»Son of Toddrick and Marjorie McIntosh »»Has one brother and one sister »»Birthday is November 20 »»Majoring in sport management

ZACK RHP

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OTTINGER

FR. » 6-1 » 180 » L/R MARIETTA, GA. » LASSITER HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Lassiter High and played for coach Matt Hightower »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American in 2018

»»Was a Perfect Game All-Tournament Team selection and a 2017

Perfect Game Underclass All-America Honorable Mention honoree

PERSONAL

»»Son of Chris and Melinda Ottinger »»Has one sister »»Birthday is July 19 »»Majoring in energy land management

»»Ranked No. 15 in Georgia among right-handed pitchers and No. 46 overall in the state by Perfect Game

»»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

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DANIEL RHP

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OUDERKIRK

FR. » 6-9 » 225 » R/R PENN LAIRD, VA. » SPOTSWOOD HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Spotswood High and played for coach Marcus Davis »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the Atlantic All-Region First Team in 2018

»»Earned Perfect Game Underclass Third Team All-America honors in 2017

»»Ranked No. 3 among right-handed pitchers and No. 5 overall in

PERSONAL

»»Son of Michael and Yelena Ouderkirk »»Has one sister »»Mother, Yelena, played basketball at Western New Mexico »»Birthday is March 16 »»Majoring in engineering

Virginia by Perfect Game

»»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

JJ INF/ OF

SOUSA

FR. » 6-1 » 155 » L/R PALM COAST, FLA. » MATANZAS HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Matanzas High and played for coach Jim Perry »»Named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and to the all-conference first team in 2018

»»Earned first team all-conference honors »»Ranked No. 39 among outfielders in Florida by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history

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PERSONAL

»»Son of Jeff and Karen Sousa »»Has one brother »»Father, Jeff, was a left-handed pitcher at Florida Tech and signed as a free agent with the Philadelphia Phillies

»»Birthday is May 8 »»Majoring in sport management


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TEVIN INF

TUCKER

FR. » 6-0 » 175 » R/R PETERSBURG, VA. » PRINCE GEORGE HS

HIGH SCHOOL

»»Attended Prince George High and played for coach Mickey Roberts,

where he helped his team win its first-ever state championship in 2018 »»Was a two-time first team all-conference, first team all-region, second team all-state and all-academic team honoree »»Ranked No. 7 overall and No. 2 among shortstops in Virginia by Perfect Game »»Member of the No. 26-ranked 2018 WVU recruiting class, the highest-rated class in program history »»Also played basketball, where he was a second team all-conference honoree

PERSONAL

»»Son of Eric Sr. and Romona Tucker »»Has one brother »»Brother, Eric Jr., played baseball at Patrick Henry Community College

»»Birthday is February 10 »»Majoring in sport and exercise psychology

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39 RYAN BERGERT

20 DREW BRITT

13 KEVIN BROPHY

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32 IVAN GONZALEZ

27 CONNOR HAMILTON 19

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RHP » FR. » R/R

PHILLIP DULL INF/RHP » FR. » R/R

24 CHASE ILLIG

RHP » FR. » R/R

C/3B » 5-9 » SR. » R/R

C » R-JR. » S/R

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JEREMY LAPP-BARGER RHP » FR. » R/R

TREY LOWE III OF » SO. » R/R

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TEVIN TUCKER

COACHES

INF » FR. » R/R

RHP » FR. » R/R

BRANDON WHITE

OF » JR. » R/R

RANDY MAZEY HEAD COACH

44 ALEC BURNS

1B / FR. / R/R

C » 6-1 » SO. » R/R

37 ZACH OTTINGER RHP » FR. » L/R

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MARQUES INMAN INF » R-JR. » R/R

INF » JR. » L/R

MADISON JEFFREY RHP » FR. » L/R

BEAU LOWERY LHP » FR. » R/L

ZACH REID LHP » R-SR. » L/L

23 JACKSON WOLF

LHP » SO. » L/L

STEVE SABINS ASSISTANT COACH

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BROCK HELVERSON RHP » FR. » R/R

SAM KESSLER RHP » JR. » R/R

ALEK MANOAH RHP » JR. » R/R

21 AUSTIN DAVIS

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31 DARIUS HILL

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INF/OF » FR. » R/R

OF » SR. » L/L

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GABE KURTZHALS RHP » FR. » R/R

PAUL McINTOSH C » SO. R/R

TYLER DOANES INF » SO. » R/R

TRISTEN HUDSON RHP/INF » SO. » S/R

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TJ LAKE OF/INF » R-JR. » L/R

DILLON MEADOWS RHP » R-JR. R/R

35 NICK SNYDER

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26 BRADEN ZARBNISKY 45 ANDREW ZITEL

LHP » JR. » L/L

CODY WOOD

RHP » R-JR. » R/R

MARK GINTER ASSISTANT COACH

JJ SOUSA INF/OF » FR. » L/R

RHP/OF » SR. » L/R

ZACH BARGERON VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

KADE STROWD

RHP » JR. » R/R

INF » SR. » R/R


SEASON

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2019 SEASON PREVIEW The West Virginia University baseball team officially opens the 2019 season on Friday, eager to prove itself against a challenging 53-game schedule in one of the nation’s best baseball conferences. As the season begins at the Atlanta Challenge in Atlanta, seventh-year coach Randy Mazey will have a veteran-laden team with plenty of experience alongside a freshman class that is the highest-ranked recruiting class in program history. The Mountaineers return 13 of 17 position players from last year’s team and seven of nine starters. On the mound, 10 of 17 pitchers are back in 2019. In total, 20 of 30 lettermen return. “There’s no substitute for experience,” Mazey said. “I think the guys like (seniors) Darius Hill Ivan Gonzalez, (redshirt junior) Marques Inman, (sophomore) Tyler Doanes and (junior) Brandon White have played a lot in their careers. If you’re going to have a good team, you have to look for experience and leadership, and we have it in some areas.” Hill, Gonzalez and White have started more than 100 games in their careers, Hill in right field, Gonzalez at catcher and White in center field, while Inman has 84 career starts, including 51 last year, primarily at first base. Doanes played in 43 games with 29 starts as a freshman and was a consistent presence at third base in the second half of the season. “Experience is the best teacher; most of the guys in the lineup have been playing since their freshman year, so they’ve played in every Big 12 stadium,” Mazey added. “They’re not going to see anything that they haven’t seen before. That has a calming effect on the rest of the crowd, when those guys don’t get too out of control with their emotions. I’m hoping the experience of this team really helps us.” With plenty of returning star power, the Mountaineers have several players who have been recognized with regional or national preseason accolades. Junior righthander Alek Manoah was named to the Golden Spikes Award Watch List and the Baseball America Preseason All-America Second Team, while Hill was named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team. Junior righty Sam Kessler was recognized on the preseason watch list for the Stopper of the Year Award. Despite those preseason honors and returning experience, not to mention three consecutive Big 12 Championship semifinal appearances, the Mountaineers were picked to finish sixth in the 2019 Big 12 Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll.

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The low ranking is just fine with Mazey though. “That’s not very good for everybody else; I think that’s really good for us,” Mazey said. “I think our guys know we’re better than that, and that’s going to enable them to play with a chip on their shoulder, something to prove. Any time you get a group of kids with something to prove and they’re willing to do it, that can be dangerous for the other team.”

Here is a position-by-position breakdown of this year’s squad.

INFIELD

That mentality has helped West Virginia in its first six seasons in the Big 12. WVU has finished in the top four in the final Big 12 standings in three of its first six seasons in the league and, despite its early success since joining the conference, has never been voted better than fifth in the preseason poll. “Just do what we do,” Mazey said of his team’s success since joining one of the toughest conferences in the country. “We’ve had a history here of really playing better in the Big 12 than we have in (non-conference games). I’m not worried about our kids as far as that goes, with the experience of this team and the fact that we’re not going to get in awe of anybody at this point. We know that we can beat anybody we play on our schedule. We’ve had a lot of success in the Big 12, and I don’t see why this year will be any different.” The Mountaineers’ challenging 53-game schedule features 22 home games and 30 road contests, including the Backyard Brawl against Pitt at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, and a matchup with Marshall at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston. Additionally, nearly half of the schedule, 23 games, is against teams that made the 2018 NCAA Tournament. That includes nine games against teams that advanced to the 2018 College World Series, with a threegame series at Oregon State, the 2018 national champions, along with a home series against Texas Tech and a road set at Texas. NCAA Tournament teams also include Oklahoma and Kent State at home and Baylor, Oklahoma State and Morehead State on the road. On Opening Day, WVU’s 36-man roster will feature five seniors, 11 juniors, five sophomores and 15 freshmen. With several two-way players, four are catchers, 13 are infielders, eight are outfielders and 21 are pitchers. That includes 17 right-handers and four leftys. “The beautiful part about this team is that I think we can win games in a variety of ways,” Mazey said. “If the power doesn’t show up one day, I think the speed will, and if the speed doesn’t show up, the power will. We’re pretty multi-dimensional as far as that goes.”

MARQUES INMAN

While there will be some turnover in the infield from last season, many of those changes are familiar faces. Inman, who started 51 games as a redshirt sophomore in 2018, will get the start at first base, where he made 41 starts at the position last season and had an impressive year at the plate. Expected to man second base will be Doanes, who earned his way into a starting role and made 23 starts at third base as a freshman in 2018. Freshman Tevin Tucker is anticipated to be the shortstop, while there are several candidates to play third. An All-Big 12 Honorable Mention in 2018, Inman led the team with 20 doubles and 40 RBIs, was third with a .319 batting average, 61 hits, six home runs, a .529 slugging percentage and 101 total bases. He was fourth with 20 walks, fifth with 31 runs scored and a .387 on-base percentage.


“Marques Inman has locked down the first base position,” Mazey said. “He has a lot of experience there, and is a middle of the lineup hitter. Additionally, Kevin Brophy and Andrew Zitel can back him up if need be.” Doanes was on the Big 12 All-Freshman Team and collected All-Big 12 Honorable Mention accolades in an impressive first-year campaign. In 43 games, Doanes led the team with four triples, was second with a .407 on-base percentage and fourth with a .317 batting average and a .475 slugging percentage with 32 hits, 20 RBIs and five doubles.

Hudson played in 12 games in the field as a freshman, with six appearances as a pinch runner, four as a pinch hitter and two at second base. He hit .125 with one hit, a double, in eight at-bats with a run scored.

OUTFIELD

Lake played in 45 games as a redshirt freshman in 2017 and 11 of WVU’s first 18 games with six starts last season, before he suffered a season-ending injury. Fifteen of his 23 career starts have come in the outfield. In 2017, Lake hit .233 with 17 hits, five RBIs and six stolen bases in eight attempts.

“Tyler Doanes, at least for the time being, is going to move to second base, which is a position that suits him a lot better,” Mazey said. “He’s a great communicator, has great leadership abilities. Right up the middle we can surround those young kids with experience.”

Davis comes to WVU from Orlando, where he was named a Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American in 2016 and 2018. He is a two-time all-metro honoree and can play both the infield and outfield.

A Petersburg, Virginia, native, Tucker comes to WVU from Prince George High, where he helped his team with its first-ever state title in 2019. Tucker was a two-time first team all-conference, first team all-region, second team all-state and all-academic team honoree. He was ranked No. 7 overall and No. 2 among shortstops in Virginia by Perfect Game. “He’s a really dynamic kid, a dynamic kid who’s fun to be around,” Mazey said. “I just want him to have fun and play baseball. He has a lot of older guys around him at those positions that are going to help calm him down. So, just go do what you do, that’s why you’re here. We’ll live with some mistakes, but that’s how you grow, that’s what he’s going to do.” At third base, junior Kevin Brophy, senior Andrew Zitel and Gonzalez all have experience at the hot corner, while sophomore Tristen Hudson also could see time at third. Brophy is back after suffering a season-ending injury last season. In 18 games with 16 starts, he hit six home runs and had a .566 slugging percentage with a .226 batting average, 12 hits and 13 RBIs. Fourteen of his 16 starts came at first base, but Brophy saw time at third base as a freshman, where he appeared in 25 games and had three starts at third. Prior to the 2018 season, Zitel played in a total of 29 career games with four starts. Last season, he played in 44 games with 28 starts and hit .235 with 27 hits, 18 runs scored, 16 RBIs, five doubles, one home run and a .304 slugging percentage. Primarily a catcher, Gonzalez is another player who could see time at third base. He saw consistent time at the hot corner as a freshman and 20 starts at the position while serving as the backup catcher. He started another six games in 2017 and eight in 2018 at third.

White earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention accolades in each of his first two years as a Mountaineer. While making highlight-reel plays in center, he finished second on the team with 22 stolen bases in 2018, which ranked No. 6 in WVU history. White was third with 33 walks, fourth with 58 hits and a .392 on-base percentage, fifth with a .289 batting average and 72 total bases and had 20 RBIs, 30 runs scored and seven doubles.

CATCHER

A freshman All-American and two time- AllBig 12 Honorable Mention honoree, Gonzalez has plenty of experience behind the plate, with 91 starts as catcher, and ranks No. 10 in WVU history with 780 career putouts. Gonzalez has produced solid offensive numbers throughout his career. As a junior in 2018, he finished fourth on the team with 11 doubles, fifth with 51 hits, 25 RBIs and 18 walks and hit .255 with one home run, 25 runs scored and a .325 slugging percentage.

DARIUS HILL

Much like three of the four infield positions, right and center field are set by a pair of veterans who have patrolled the outfield nearly every game of their career. Hill will once again be in right, with White in center. There are several options in left field, including redshirt junior TJ Lake and freshman Austin Davis. Senior Braden Zarbnisky, who also is a pitcher, will miss the season with an injury. “Brandon White and Darius Hill have been experienced starters out there and really good players for us,” Mazey said. “With the loss of Braden Zarbnisky in left field, that opens up a spot for somebody. TJ Lake has stepped up and played really well in left field, and I have a young kid named Austin Davis who is pretty dynamic and will probably see some time there as well.” Hill, who ranks in the top-10 in program history in five career statistical categories, is a multiple-time freshman All-American, has been named to two ABCA All-Region teams and three All-Big 12 teams in his career. Last year, he led the team with 79 hits and 20 doubles, was second with a .329 batting average, 41 hits and 115 total bases, third with 36 RBIs and two triples and fourth with a .479 slugging percentage. WVUBaseball

Sophomores Connor Hamilton and Paul McIntosh will be Gonzalez’s backups behind the plate. Redshirt junior Chase Illig will miss the season with an injury. Hamilton played in 24 games last year with four starts, one as catcher. He hit .132 with five hits and five RBIs. McIntosh comes to West Virginia from Motlow State CC. He hit 16 home runs with 48 RBIs, a .331 batting average, 57 hits and a .680 slugging percentage and a .510 on-base percentage. McIntosh joined the Mountaineers after he was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in the 34th round of the 2018 MLB Draft. “Ivan has been a mainstay behind the plate,” Mazey said. “We rely heavily on him, but we can’t expect him to catch all 56 games. Paul McIntosh is a very talented hitter who does a good job catching. He’ll see some time behind home plate, and could also play in left field, while Connor Hamilton is another option we have.”

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“The DH spot for me is anybody who can help you score runs, however they can do it. If they’re a bunter and a runner, or a hitand-run guy that helps the offense, you can slide into that DH spot that way too.” Early candidates include Brophy, Davis Hamilton, Hudson, Lake, McIntosh and Zitel.

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Mazey’s starting rotation for the opening weekend is set, with Manoah getting the ball on Friday at Kennesaw State. Sophomore left-hander Jackson Wolf will start on Saturday at Georgia State and junior righty Kade Strowd will toe the rubber on Sunday at Georgia Tech. Manoah’s Friday start comes after a strong summer in the Cape Cod League. That followed a sophomore season in which he appeared in 23 games with eight starts. He was second on the team with 60 strikeouts and posted a 3-5 record with two saves and a 4.00 ERA.

Wolf made 17 appearances with two starts as a freshman. He posted a 1-1 record with a 4.07 ERA in 24.1 innings pitched. Strowd collected All-Big 12 Honorable Mention accolades as a sophomore. He made 15 appearances with a team-best 13 starts and led the team with four wins, going 4-7, 61 strikeouts and 62.2 innings pitched. His ERA was 5.74. Another candidate to start games is junior Nick Snyder, who made seven appearances last season and pitched 4.0 innings after coming to WVU from Mercer County CC. “There’s some experience with our starters as well,” Mazey said. “Kade Strowd has started some games for us last year in Big 12 play. Jackson Wolf has made a jump; he’s a big tall left-hander who has been throwing

“He’s been really good so far,” Mazey said. “I think he made a decision this summer that he’s going to get really serious about playing this game for a living, and I think the results have shown. He’s been pitching really well so far this spring. He’s going to have to be a workhorse for us, go out and give us 100, 120 pitches every time out. “He has all three pitches going on really well right now; he has command of all three pitches. The stuff is off the charts; he throws really hard, has a great changeup, great slider, but he’s put it all together. And, he’s cleaned up his body. That’s the first thing he had to do, and he couldn’t do that until he made a decision to clean up his body, like we all try to do every day, right? But, he’s done that, and I think that’s what’s enabled him to turn the corner.”

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“Sm Kessler has proven that he can finish games for us,” Mazey said. “He has the chance to be a pretty quality closer in this league. We just need to fill the gap between what we feel like are quality starters and quality closers. And that’s where the loss of Zarbnisky and some other guys are really going to open the door for some young guys to step in … Ryan Bergert and Brock Helverson are two freshmen who pitch pretty well who should see some time, and Beau Lowery, a West Virginia kid, has really pitched well this spring as well.” West Virginia opens the 2019 season at the Atlanta Challenge, from Feb. 15-17, in Atlanta. Opening day is set for Friday, Feb. 15, at Kennesaw State at 4 p.m. ET. The weekend continues with contests at Georgia State on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 2 p.m., and at Georgia Tech on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 1 p.m.


2019 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT LOCATION BALLPARK Fri., Feb. 15 at Kennesaw State ^ Kennesaw, Ga. Stillwell Baseball Stadium Sat., Feb. 16 at Georgia State ^ Atlanta, Ga. GSU Baseball Complex Sun., Feb. 17 at Georgia Tech ^ Atlanta, Ga. Russ Chandler Stadium Fri., Feb. 22 at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. J.I. Clements Stadium Sat., Feb. 23 at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. J.I. Clements Stadium Sun., Feb. 24 at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. J.I. Clements Stadium Fri., March 1 at Oregon State Corvallis, Ore. Goss Stadium at Coleman Field Sat., March 2 at Oregon State Corvallis, Ore. Goss Stadium at Coleman Field Sun., March 3 at Oregon State Corvallis, Ore. Goss Stadium at Coleman Field Fri., March 8 Kent State Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., March 9 Kent State Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sun., March 10 Kent State Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Tue., March 12 at Morehead State Morehead, Ky. Allen Field Wed., March 13 at Morehead State Morehead, Ky. Allen Field Fri., March 15 at William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. Plumeri Park Sat., March 16 at William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. Plumeri Park Sun., March 17 at William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. Plumeri Park Tues., March 19 Youngstown State Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Fri., March 22 at Baylor * Waco, Texas Baylor Ballpark Sat., March 23 at Baylor * Waco, Texas Baylor Ballpark Sun., March 24 at Baylor * Waco, Texas Baylor Ballpark Wed., March 27 at Marshall Charleston, W. Va. Appalachian Power Park Fri., March 29 Oklahoma * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., March 30 Oklahoma * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sun., March 31 Oklahoma * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Wed., April 3 Pitt Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Fri., April 5 at Oklahoma State * Stillwater, Okla. Allie P. Reynolds Stadium Sat., April 6 at Oklahoma State * Stillwater, Okla. Allie P. Reynolds Stadium Sun., April 7 at Oklahoma State * Stillwater, Okla. Allie P. Reynolds Stadium Wed., April 10 at Maryland College Park, Md. Bob “Turtle� Smith Stadium Fri., April 12 Texas Tech * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., April 13 Texas Tech * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sun., April 14 Texas Tech * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Wed., April 17 at Penn State University Park, Pa. Medlar Field at Lubrano Park Fri., April 19 Kansas * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., April 20 Kansas * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sun., April 21 Kansas * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Tues., April 23 Penn State Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Fri., April 26 at Texas* Austin, Texas UFCU Disch-Falk Field Sat., April 27 at Texas* Austin, Texas UFCU Disch-Falk Field Sun., April 28 at Texas* Austin, Texas UFCU Disch-Falk Field Tues., April 30 Marshall Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Fri., May 3 TCU * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., May 4 TCU * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sun., May 5 TCU * Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Wed., May 8 at Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. English Field at Union Park Fri., May 10 at Kansas State * Manhattan, Kan. Tointon Family Stadium Sat., May 11 at Kansas State * Manhattan, Kan. Tointon Family Stadium Sun., May 12 at Kansas State * Manhattan, Kan. Tointon Family Stadium Tues., May 14 vs. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. PNC Park Thurs., May 16 George Washington Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Fri., May 17 George Washington Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark Sat., May 18 George Washington Morgantown Monongalia County Ballpark May 22-26 Big 12 Championship Oklahoma City, Okla. Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

TIME 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 8:35 p.m. 4:35 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD

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BROADCAST INFORMATION ONLINE STREAMING All home games will feature a free video stream that is available on WVUsports.com/Watch and the WVU Gameday App. Fans also can access the video stream live via Roku and Apple TV by searching for the “West Virginia Mountaineers” channel.

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WVU baseball fans will have numerous ways to follow the Mountaineers again throughout the 2019 season, thanks to an extensive radio broadcast schedule and affiliate list and online streaming options. Dan Zangrilli and Ernie Galusky will once again call all the action in 2019. Zangrilli is in his third season behind the mic as the play-by-play voice, while Galusky returns for his 12th year as the color analyst.

RADIO: OVER THE AIR, ONLINE AND MOBILE The Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College will broadcast 35 regular-season games this year, while every home game at Monongalia County Ballpark will be streamed live for free across the world on various mediums. The radio schedule begins on March 22 with the Big 12 Conference opener at Baylor, and continues with every game through the end of the season, including the postseason. Fans throughout the state will be able to listen to the Mountaineers on various radio affiliates, listed below, while fans across the country can listen to the broadcast for free on the WVU Gameday App and the TuneIn App on their mobile device, as well as online at WVUsports.com. In Morgantown, fans can tune in to flagship station Jack-FM 100.9 (WZST), while games will air on WPDX 104.9-FM and 750-AM in Clarksburg. Fans in Sutton-Gassaway can tune their dials to WSBG 1490-AM and those in Sutton-Flatwoods can listen on WSGB 96.5FM. Fans in Richwood should tune in to WVAR 600-AM, and WVAR 98.1-FM in Summersville will broadcast the Mountaineers. WMTD 102.3FM in Hinton also will carry every game. Additionally, WJYP (1300-AM), WMON (1340AM) and WSCW (1410-AM) in Charleston, WRNR (740-AM/106.5-FM) in Martinsburg and WETZ (1330-AM/93.1-FM) in Martinsville will broadcast select games, and fans are encouraged to check their local listings. WVBD (100.7-FM) in BeckleyFayetteville will air postseason games. For each broadcast, the pregame show will begin 15 minutes prior to first pitch.

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Dan Zangrilli is in his third season as the play-by-play voice of Mountaineer baseball.

Ernie Galusky is in his 12th season as the color analyst on WVU baseball broadcasts.

Zangrilli joined WVU after working as the pregame and postgame show host for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 2012-16, and as a sports update anchor at 93.7 FM, The Fan in Pittsburgh since 2007. Zangrilli is a 2007 graduate of Clarion University with a bachelor’s degree in communication. While at Clarion, he was a member of the football and men’s and women’s basketball broadcasts for four years. In 2006, and following graduating from Clarion, he broadcast State College Spikes (New York Penn League) games. Zangrilli also serves as the play-by-play voice for the WVU women’s basketball team and hosts the pregame, halftime and postgame shows for Mountaineer football.

A Masontown, West Virginia, native, Galusky has long been active in Morgantown baseball, from youth baseball to the pros. Most recently, he served as the assistant general manager for operations of the West Virginia Black Bears, from 2014-15. From 2004-14, Galusky served as the director of baseball/softball at Pro Performance Rx. Previously, Galusky was the manager of the Morgantown Post 2 American Legion program for eight seasons (2004-11). He led the team to three American Legion state championships, qualifying for four National Regional Tournaments. Galusky owns a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Davis & Elkins, while also obtaining a master’s in athletic coaching education from WVU.

2019 RADIO AFFILIATES FULL SEASON MARKET STATION Morgantown “Jack-FM” WZST Clarksburg WPDX-FM/AM Sutton-Flatwoods WSGB-FM Sutton-Gassaway WSBG-AM Richwood WVAR-AM Summersville WVAR-FM Hinton WMTD-FM

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FREQUENCY 100.9 104.9/750 96.5 1490 600 98.1 102.3

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MARKET STATION Martinsburg WRNR-AM/FM Charleston WJYP-AM Charleston WMON-AM Charleston WSCW-AM Martinsville WETZ-AM/FM

FREQUENCY 740/106.5 1300 1340 1410 1330/93.1

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2018 SENIOR CLASS - Shane Ennis, Coach Randy Mazey and BJ Myers

RECORD: 29-27, 9-15 BIG 12

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POSTSEASON: BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS

2018 SEASON IN REVIEW The West Virginia baseball team reached the Big 12 Championship semifinals for the third consecutive season in 2018, as the Mountaineers went 29-27 on the season. In the Big 12, the No. 2 RPI conference in the country, WVU went 9-15, and became one of two teams to reach the Big 12 semifinals three years in a row. The 2018 campaign included a 5-3 mark against top-25 teams, highlighted by a series win over No. 19 Texas. West Virginia also posted a 5-0 record against regional foes, highlighted by a walk-off win in 10 innings at PNC Park to improve to 2-0 at the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Coach Randy Mazey concluded his sixth season in Morgantown. He is 189-154 at WVU and is the fifth-winningest coach in the program’s 126-year history. Numerous Mountaineers earned national postseason awards, highlighted by junior second baseman Kyle Gray, who was recognized on the ABCA All-America Third Team. That continued a stretch of four consecutive years with an All-America honor for West Virginia. Gray became the 18th All-American in program history, while the honor was the 16th total in Mazey’s tenure. Gray was joined by fellow junior Darius Hill on the ABCA East All-Region First Team, marking the sixth consecutive year West Virginia has had a representative on the all-region list and the third year in a row it has had a member on the first team. The

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pair are the 50th and 51st players in program history to be named to the East All-Region First or Second Team since 1983. Nine players were named to an All-Big 12 Team. Gray was named to the All-Big 12 First Team, WVU’s sixth first team honoree, and Hill was selected to the second team. The Mountaineers earned a total of 10 All-Big 12 accolades for the third consecutive season, and the seven honorable mention accolades are tied for the most in program history. Gray and Hill also added Big 12 All-Tournament Team accolades, marking the third consecutive year West Virginia has had at least two All-Tournament Team selections after it had just one prior to 2016. Additionally, five student-athletes were honored on an Academic All-Big 12 Team. WVU also continued its streak of having several players selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, as four Mountaineers were selected. Junior Michael Grove was drafted in the second round by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Gray was selected in the 14th round by the New York Yankees, junior Jimmy Galusky was picked in the 20th round by the Chicago White Sox and senior BJ Myers was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 35th round. Grove became the fourth Mountaineer ever picked in the top two rounds, and 11th in the top 10, and is WVU’s highest draft pick since 2010.


WVU’s four selections in 2018 are tied for third-most in a single draft in program history. In Mazey’s six seasons, West Virginia has had 20 draft picks, the most in a six-year stretch in program history. At least two players have been drafted every year in that timespan. The Mountaineers have had 90 draft selections in program history, since the first draft was held in 1965. The Mountaineers again played in front of record-breaking crowds at Monongalia County Ballpark in 2018. A total of 35,101 fans filled the stands, the third-most in program history, for an average of 1,526 per game, the secondhighest in program history. The attendance totals were highlighted by two crowds that ranked in the top-10 all-time and four in the top 25. Statistically, the Mountaineers stole 95 bases, which led the Big 12, was No. 17 nationally and was third-most in program history. Additionally, WVU’s 12 team saves and 462 strikeouts also were No. 3 in the record books. Individually, Myers set the record with 49 career starts and 305.1 innings pitched.

36 RBIs, a .479 slugging percentage and a .362 on-base percentage. Hill’s 240 at-bats led the team and ranks No. 7 in a single season in team history. In conference action, Hill was sixth in the Big 12 with a .364 batting average and finished second with 36 hits and sixth with nine doubles. Along with West Virginia’s four draft picks, two former Mountaineers made their MLB debuts in 2018. Harrison Musgrave spent the majority of the year with the Colorado Rockies, and John Means earned a September call-up with the Baltimore Orioles. The duo are the first players coached by Mazey at West Virginia to appear in the majors. A Nutter Fort, West Virginia, native, Musgrave was a Mountaineer from 2011-14, while Means, from Olathe, Kansas, pitched for the Old Gold and Blue from 2013-14. The 2018 season marked the 126th year of baseball at West Virginia, and WVU owns an all-time record of 2,160-1,555-19 since 1892.

West Virginia had three walk-off wins in 2018, tied for sixth-most in the country. The victories, two at Monongalia County Ballpark and one at PNC Park, came after WVU played 21 of its first 24 games, including its first 15, on the road thanks to a pair of rain-postponed games. Six of the first seven weeks of the season were spent away from home. However, the Mountaineers followed it up with 16 of their next 18 games at home. A challenging 56-game schedule featured 23 games against teams that made the NCAA Tournament in 2018. Three opponents hosted regional contests, three reached the super regionals and two nationally-seeded teams hosted super regionals and advanced to the College World Series. Fourteen of the 23 games against postseason squads came away from Morgantown. Gray’s 14 home runs tied for sixth-most in a single season in program history and were WVU’s most since 2010. The Blanco, Texas, native added a 23-game hit streak, the longest by a Mountaineer since 2009. He led the Big 12 with a .391 batting average, was second with a .759 slugging percentage and 66 total bases, third with eight home runs and fourth with a .460 on-base percentage and 34 hits. Hill, from Dallas, led the team and finished second in the Big 12 with 79 hits, was third in the conference with a teamhigh-tying 20 doubles and was ninth in the league with 115 total bases. He was second on the team with a .329 batting average and 41 runs scored and added four home runs,

FINAL 2018 BIG 12 STANDINGS

BIG 12 TEAM RECORD PCT HOME AWAY NEUT STREAK Texas 17-7 .708 11-1 6-6 0-0 W4 Oklahoma State 16-8 .667 7-3 7-5 2-0 L4 Texas Tech 15-9 .625 8-4 7-5 0-0 W3 Oklahoma 14-10 .583 10-2 4-6 0-2 W1 Baylor 13-11 .542 8-4 5-7 0-0 W2 TCU 10-13 .435 8-4 2-9 0-0 L3 West Virginia 9-15 .375 6-6 3-9 0-0 L2 Kansas 8-15 .348 5-6 3-9 0-0 L1 Kansas State 5-19 .208 4-8 1-11 0-0 W2

OVERALL RECORD PCT HOME AWAY NEUT STREAK 42-23 .646 32-8 9-11 1-4 L2 31-26-1 .543 12-10-1 15-14 4-2 L1 45-20 .692 28-6 14-10 3-4 L2 38-25 .603 25-7 8-10 5-8 L2 37-21 .638 19-7 12-11 6-3 L1 33-23 .589 22-9 8-12 3-2 L1 29-27 .518 15-8 10-15 4-4 L1 27-30 .474 20-11 6-17 1-2 L2 23-31 .426 13-14 9-15 1-2 L1

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HONORING THE MOUNTAINEERS IN 2018 KEVIN BROPHY

»»Big 12 Player of the Week (Feb. 26)

MICHAEL GROVE

»»Drafted in the 2nd round of the MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers

KADE STROWD

»»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

TYLER DOANES

»»Big 12 All-Freshman Team »»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (May 14) »»WVU Student-Athlete of the Week (May 14)

SHANE ENNIS

»»Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

CONNOR HAMILTON

»»Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team »»ABCA East All-Region First Team »»All-Big 12 Second Team »»Big 12 All-Tournament Team »»Academic All-Big 12 First Team

CHASE ILLIG

»»Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

JIMMY GALUSKY

»»Drafted in the 20th round of the MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox

KYLE GRAY

»»Drafted in the 14th round of the MLB Draft by the New York Yankees

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DARIUS HILL

IVAN GONZALEZ

»»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention

BRANDON WHITE

MARQUES INMAN

»»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»Big 12 Player of the Week (April 9) »»WVU Student-Athlete of the Week (April 9)

ISAIAH KEARNS

»»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List

BJ MYERS

»»Drafted in the 35th round of the MLB Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays

JACKSON WOLF

»»WVU Student-Athlete of the Week (April 2)

BRADEN ZARBNISKY

»»All-Big 12 Honorable Mention »»John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award Watch List

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SEASON RESULTS DATE OPPONENT SCORE 2/16 at Jacksonville W 5-4 2/17 at Jacksonville L 7-4 2/18 at Jacksonville L 2-1 2/23 vs. VCU ^ L 6-2 2/24 vs. Illinois ^ W 10-8 2/24 vs. VCU ^ L 8-5 2/25 at Coastal Carolina ^ L 5-2 3/2 at Western Kentucky W 7-5 3/3 at Western Kentucky W 11-9 3/4 at Western Kentucky W 7-1 3/9 at Middle Tennessee L 8-7 3/10 at Middle Tennessee W 8-4 3/11 at Middle Tennessee W 10-4 3/13 at Tennessee Tech L 8-0 3/14 at Tennessee Tech L 9-1 3/16 Canisius W 10-9 3/17 Canisius W 2-0 3/18 Canisius L 4-3 3/23 at Oklahoma * L 19-6 3/24 at Oklahoma * L 10-2 3/24 at Oklahoma * L 2-1 3/29 at #7 Texas Tech * W 1-0 3/30 at #7 Texas Tech * L 4-1 3/31 at #7 Texas Tech * L 8-5 4/3 Niagara W 9-6 4/6 UNLV L 11-4 4/6 UNLV W 8-7 4/8 UNLV W 7-5 4/10 Penn State # W 3-2 4/11 Pitt W 12-1 4/13 Oklahoma State * L 7-4 4/14 Oklahoma State * W 10-7 4/15 Oklahoma State * L 6-4 4/18 Canisius W 9-2 4/20 Kansas State * W 8-5 4/21 Kansas State * W 6-0 4/22 Kansas State * L 7-4 4/24 at Marshall & W 11-10 4/27 #19 Texas * L 11-6 4/28 #19 Texas * W 8-6 4/29 #19 Texas * W 8-3 5/1 Maryland W 9-5 5/4 at Kansas * W 21-3 5/5 at Kansas * L 13-3 5/6 at Kansas * L 5-2 5/9 Virginia Tech W 10-5 5/11 at TCU * W 4-3 5/12 at TCU * L 10-4 5/13 at TCU * L 8-5 5/17 Baylor * W 2-1 5/18 Baylor * L 4-1 5/19 Baylor * L 6-2 5/23 #20 Oklahoma State % W 8-5 5/24 TCU % L 8-1 5/25 #6 Texas Tech % W 12-4 5/26 TCU % L 7-3 * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Brittain Resorts Invitational, Conway, S.C. # - PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.

WVU OPPONENT R H E LOB R H E LOB INN RECORD PITCHER ATTEND TIME 5 10 4 10 4 7 2 9 9 1-0 Ennis (1-0) 671 3:10 4 7 1 4 7 5 1 8 9 1-1 Manoah (0-1) 502 3:00 1 1 1 1 2 9 0 8 9 1-2 Strowd (0-1) 515 2:45 2 10 1 7 6 11 3 4 11 1-3 Dotson (0-1) 172 3:15 10 10 0 6 8 9 0 4 9 2-3 Young (1-0) 225 2:48 5 10 3 11 8 13 1 11 9 2-4 Manoah (0-2) 210 3:04 2 9 2 9 5 8 0 9 9 2-5 Zarbnisky (0-1) 2,039 3:10 7 11 0 7 5 10 0 7 9 3-5 Ennis (2-0) 474 2:58 11 15 0 7 9 11 1 10 10 4-5 Zarbnisky (1-1) 532 3:25 7 9 0 6 1 6 2 8 9 5-5 Strowd (1-1) 445 2:40 7 11 4 13 8 10 3 5 9 5-6 Ennis (2-1) 568 3:24 8 10 1 6 4 6 0 10 9 6-6 Young (2-0) 645 2:57 10 15 2 10 4 4 2 8 9 7-6 Strowd (2-1) 623 3:12 0 3 1 5 8 9 1 6 9 7-7 Kearns (0-1) 108 2:45 1 4 1 5 9 11 1 6 9 7-8 Young (2-1) 148 2:38 10 10 3 7 9 12 2 10 9 8-8 Ennis (3-1) 938 2:57 2 4 0 3 0 3 0 8 9 9-8 Manoah (1-2) 933 2:45 3 8 1 8 4 4 0 11 9 9-9 Strowd (2-2) 993 3:05 6 9 0 5 19 22 1 10 9 9-10 Myers (0-1) 1,107 3:15 2 4 2 3 10 12 1 9 9 9-11 Manoah (1-3) 1,556 2:30 1 4 3 3 2 7 2 11 9 9-12 Strowd (2-3) 1,556 2:26 1 3 0 5 0 5 2 8 9 10-12 Wolf (1-0) 3,833 2:27 1 3 1 6 4 6 3 5 9 10-13 Manoah (1-4) 3,989 2:33 5 7 4 6 8 10 0 6 9 10-14 Ennis (3-2) 4,432 2:50 9 14 1 15 6 11 1 5 9 11-14 Kessler (1-0) 933 3:13 4 10 4 10 11 14 1 10 7 11-15 Manoah (1-5) 942 2:51 8 8 1 5 7 9 0 6 9 12-15 Ennis (4-2) 972 2:49 7 13 3 7 5 7 1 8 9 13-15 Zarbnisky (2-1) 1,013 2:52 3 6 1 11 2 7 0 8 10 14-15 Kessler (2-0) 1,160 3:28 12 15 0 6 1 4 2 5 9 15-15 Kearns (1-1) 1,632 2:49 4 11 1 12 7 8 0 8 9 15-16 Ennis (4-3) 2,085 3:16 10 13 1 8 7 10 0 11 9 16-16 Strowd (3-3) 2,558 3:39 4 11 1 10 6 8 1 7 9 16-17 Wolf (1-1) 1,371 2:56 9 9 0 4 2 7 1 9 9 17-17 Kearns (2-1) 933 2:30 8 14 2 10 5 6 3 5 9 18-17 Kessler (3-0) 1,180 3:12 6 12 0 9 0 4 0 9 9 19-17 Strowd (4-3) 2,084 2:46 4 11 0 9 7 12 0 11 9 19-18 Zarbnisky (2-2) 1,728 3:33 11 15 4 13 10 12 4 17 13 20-18 Manoah (2-5) 1,628 5:10 6 8 2 9 11 15 3 10 9 20-19 Zarbnisky (2-3) 1,812 3:13 8 13 1 8 6 13 0 14 9 21-19 Manoah (3-5) 2,618 3:23 8 12 2 7 3 5 1 8 9 22-19 Kearns (3-1) 2,033 2:47 9 9 2 7 5 5 3 6 9 23-19 Young (3-1) 1,663 3:07 21 23 1 14 3 8 4 6 9 24-19 Myers (1-1) 1,413 3:25 3 7 1 7 13 17 0 11 9 24-20 Strowd (4-4) 1,186 2:53 2 7 0 7 5 8 1 4 9 24-21 Kearns (3-2) 932 2:33 10 17 2 12 5 9 5 10 9 25-21 Hudson (1-0) 2,114 3:48 4 14 3 15 3 5 4 8 9 26-21 Hudson (2-0) 4,287 3:22 4 8 1 4 10 13 0 12 9 26-22 Strowd (4-5) 4,311 3:22 5 8 3 5 8 4 0 9 9 26-23 Kearns (3-3) 4,098 3:00 2 5 0 2 1 8 1 9 9 27-23 Reid (1-0) 1,211 2:24 1 8 1 11 4 8 2 12 9 27-24 Strowd (4-6) 1,354 3:09 2 7 2 10 6 11 2 6 9 27-25 Myers (1-2) 2,001 3:05 8 13 4 8 5 10 5 11 9 28-25 Myers (2-2) 4,495 3:56 1 8 1 9 8 7 0 8 9 28-26 Kearns (3-4) 4,055 3:17 12 15 1 11 4 7 5 7 9 29-26 Kessler (4-0) 7,583 3:40 3 9 0 10 7 10 0 6 9 29-27 Strowd (4-7) 5,458 3:06

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OVERALL HITTING STATISTICS PLAYER AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 9 Gray, Kyle .374 55 55 198 45 74 12 3 14 38 134 .677 34 2 41 3 .462 4 1 10 14 95 145 10 .960 31 Hill, Darius .329 56 56 240 41 79 20 2 4 36 115 .479 12 3 20 3 .362 5 1 2 4 116 3 2 .983 25 Inman, Marques .319 52 51 191 31 61 20 1 6 40 101 .529 20 3 40 3 .387 3 0 1 1 285 18 10 .968 1 Doanes, Tyler .317 43 29 101 15 32 5 4 1 20 48 .475 10 6 17 3 .407 1 8 6 7 20 32 10 .839 7 White, Brandon .289 56 56 201 30 58 7 2 1 20 72 .358 33 2 39 3 .392 1 4 22 33 142 3 1 .993 26 Zarbnisky, Braden .259 49 49 185 39 48 6 2 0 19 58 .314 42 4 47 0 .403 2 8 27 33 74 5 1 .988 32 Gonzalez, Ivan .255 53 52 200 25 51 11 0 1 25 65 .325 18 2 24 4 .320 2 1 1 2 348 49 8 .980 3 Galusky, Jimmy .253 56 56 194 32 49 8 1 7 30 80 .412 18 6 45 2 .332 2 1 13 18 91 118 13 .941 45 Zitel, Andrew .235 44 28 115 18 27 5 0 1 16 35 .304 12 2 31 0 .318 0 5 5 7 26 50 6 .927 24 Illig, Chase .206 41 23 102 14 21 4 0 5 17 40 .392 10 0 32 0 .277 0 0 2 4 105 5 0 1.000 41 Kearns, Isaiah .271 24 12 59 9 16 2 1 0 5 20 .339 5 2 14 0 .348 0 0 4 5 12 3 1 .938 13 Brophy, Kevin .226 18 16 53 12 12 0 0 6 14 30 .566 10 1 19 1 .354 1 0 1 1 96 7 1 .990 37 Denicola, Nick .200 9 0 10 2 2 2 0 0 2 4 .400 0 0 5 0 .200 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1.000 12 Lake, TJ .167 11 6 18 2 3 1 0 0 0 4 .222 1 1 1 0 .250 0 2 1 2 9 1 0 1.000 27 Hamilton, Connor .132 24 4 38 1 5 1 0 0 5 6 .158 3 0 15 0 .195 0 0 0 0 7 2 0 1.000 17 Hudson, Tristen .125 12 0 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 .250 0 0 3 0 .125 0 0 0 0 4 8 1 .923 47 Manoah, Alek .077 9 2 13 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .077 2 1 4 0 .250 0 0 0 0 31 1 6 .842 5 Strowd, Kade .000 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 1.000 33 Myers, BJ .000 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 3 13 4 .800 42 Kessler, Sam .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 .714 Totals .280 56 56 1926 319 540 105 16 46 287 815 .423 230 35 397 22 .364 21 31 95 131 1476 493 81 .960 Opponents .261 56 56 1892 327 493 110 10 40 293 743 .393 260 69 462 30 .365 28 21 49 70 1488 583 78 .964 LOB - Team (441), Opp (467) DPS TURNED - Team (51), Opp (41) CI - Team (0), Opp (5) IBB - Team (5), Gray, K. 2, Illig, C. 2, Inman, M. 1, Opp (11) PICKED OFF - White, B. 3, Zarbnisky, B. 1, Galusky, J. 1, Gray, K. 1, Illig, C. 1, Lake, TJ 1

OVERALL PITCHING STATISTICS PLAYER ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 4 2 Kessler, Sam 2.86 4 0 25 0 0 0 1 4 28.1 25 17 9 12 32 3 0 1 110 .227 3 9 1 2 1 8 Ennis, Shane 3.22 4 3 30 1 0 0 1 3 44.2 36 20 16 32 34 9 0 2 156 .231 3 3 0 0 5 47 Manoah, Alek 4.00 3 5 23 8 0 0 1 2 54.0 53 36 24 28 60 11 0 3 210 .252 7 15 1 4 1 23 Wolf, Jackson 4.07 1 1 17 2 0 0 2 0 24.1 19 15 11 15 24 7 1 2 87 .218 1 4 0 0 1 33 Myers, BJ 4.19 2 2 19 14 0 0 0 1 77.1 86 54 36 25 59 18 3 4 304 .283 5 13 1 5 3 41 Kearns, Isaiah 4.27 3 4 13 11 0 0 1 0 46.1 45 25 22 24 53 5 1 6 177 .254 0 2 1 3 3 26 Zarbnisky, Braden 4.62 2 3 15 4 0 0 0 2 37.0 39 22 19 15 35 13 2 4 138 .283 1 1 1 5 2 4 Wood, Cody 4.70 0 0 15 0 0 0 1 0 23.0 24 12 12 14 14 5 0 2 92 .261 2 1 0 1 0 16 Meadows, Dillon 5.00 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 9.0 8 6 5 5 5 2 0 1 34 .235 1 1 0 0 0 17 Hudson, Tristen 5.13 2 0 24 0 0 0 1 0 26.1 28 20 15 15 25 5 0 1 105 .267 1 5 0 1 3 5 Strowd, Kade 5.74 4 7 15 13 0 0 1 0 62.2 67 41 40 36 61 18 1 3 243 .276 2 7 0 3 1 18 Reid, Zach 5.79 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 9.1 8 6 6 2 12 1 1 2 36 .222 0 3 0 0 0 20 Young, Christian 5.88 3 1 17 3 0 0 0 0 33.2 29 23 22 14 35 7 1 6 132 .220 6 4 1 1 0 10 Dotson, Conner 7.20 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 8 6 4 3 5 2 0 0 20 .400 2 1 0 0 1 40 Potock, Jacob 11.57 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 5 3 3 3 0 1 0 1 12 .417 0 0 0 0 0 6 Troutt, Riley 15.43 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 9 8 8 4 2 2 0 1 21 .429 2 0 0 2 0 50 Snyder, Nick 22.50 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 13 10 13 6 1 0 1 15 .267 2 0 0 1 0 Totals Opponents

4.79 29 27 56 56 0 3 3 12 492.0 493 327 262 260 462 110 10 40 1892 .261 38 69 6 28 21 4.94 27 29 56 56 0 1 1 14 496.0 540 319 272 230 397 105 16 46 1926 .280 37 35 15 21 31

PB - Team (5), Illig, C. 4, Gonzalez, I. 1, Opp (10) PICKOFFS - Team (8), Gonzalez, I. 3, Ennis, S. 3, Myers, BJ 2, Opp (8) SBA/ATT - Gonzalez, I. (41-61), Ennis, S. (5-10), Strowd, K. (6-9), Manoah, A. (7-9), Myers, BJ (6-9), Kearns, I. (7-9), Illig, C. (7-8), Kessler, S. (6-7), Zarbnisky, B (3-5), Wolf, J. (3-4), Hudson, T. (3-3), Reid, Z. (2-2), Meadows, D. (1-1), Hamilton, C. (1-1), Dotson, C. (0-1), Snyder, N. (0-1).

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RECORD BREAKDOWN OVERALL BIG 12 HOME ROAD NEUTRAL 29-27 9-15 15-8 10-15 4-4 Home Road Neutral Day Games Night Games

OVERALL BIG 12 15-8 6-6 10-15 3-9 4-4 0-0 16-18 4-10 13-9 5-5

OVERALL Out-Hit Opponent 23-7 Equal Number of Hits 1-2 Get Out Hit by Opponent 5-18

BIG 12 6-3 1-1 2-11

One-Run Games Two-Run Games Five+ Run Games

8-4 6-1 9-9

3-1 1-1 3-5

21-1 4-24 4-2 23-0 3-24 3-2 25-0 0-25 4-1

6-1 1-13 2-1 7-0 0-15 2-0 9-0 0-15 0-0

10-4 8-13 11-10

3-3 3-6 3-6

vs. Top 25 Following Loss TV Game

5-3 15-11 5-7

3-3 6-8 1-5

WVU Scores First Opponent Scores First WVU Scores in the 1st Opp. Scores in the 1st

22-10 7-17 17-5 7-9

5-6 4-9 3-2 3-5

vs. Right-Handed Starter vs. Left-Handed Starter

19-17 10-10

6-11 3-4

Leading After 6 Trailing After 6 Tied After 6 Leading After 7 Trailing After 7 Tied After 7 Leading After 8 Trailing After 8 Tied After 8

Hitting One Home Run Hitting 2+ Home Runs Not Hitting a Home Run

10-7 8-5 11-15

3-2 2-3 4-10

Commit 0 Errors Commit 1 Error Commit 2+ Errors

Shutouts Extra Innings

DAY NIGHT EXTRA INNING 16-8 13-9 3-1

ONE-RUN VS. TOP 25 8-4 5-3

Score 0-2 Runs Score 3-5 Runs Score 6-9 Runs Score 10 or More Runs Allow 0-2 Runs Allow 3-5 Runs Allow 6-9 Runs Allow 10 or More Runs

OVERALL 3-12 3-12 13-3 10-0 8-2 13-5 7-14 1-6

BIG 12 2-6 1-7 4-2 2-0 3-1 4-3 2-6 0-5

February March April May

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

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

0-0 0-0 4-1 0-0 4-1 0-0 2-1 2-0 8-8 3-5 7-9 3-6 4-7 1-4

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

WVU SCORING BY INNINGS West Virginia Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EXTRAS TOTAL 47 29 25 55 38 31 28 46 16 4 319 34 26 34 53 52 48 43 24 9 4 327

RECORD BY STARTING POSITION Catcher Ivan Gonzalez (24-19), Chase Illig (5-7), Connor Hamilton (0-1) First Base Marques Inman (23-18), Kevin Brophy (5-9), Alek Manoah (0-1) Second Base Kyle Gray (29-26), Andrew Zitel (0-1) Third Base Andrew Zitel (12-13), Tyler Doanes (13-10), Ivan Gonzalez (4-4) Shortstop Jimmy Galusky (29-27) Left Field Braden Zarbnisky (23-19), TJ Lake (2-4), Isaiah Kearns (3-2), Tyler Doanes (1-2) Center Field Brandon White (29-27) Right Field Darius Hill (29-27) Designated Hitter Chase Illig (8-3), Marques Inman (4-6), Isaiah Kearns (2-5), Braden Zarbnisky (4-3), Kade Strowd (5-1), Tyler Doanes (1-2), BJ Myers (0-3), Connor Hamilton (2-1), Andrew Zitel (1-1), Kevin Brophy (1-1), Ivan Gonzalez (0-1), Alek Manoah (1-0)

RECORD BY BATTING ORDER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Braden Zarbnisky (27-22), Kyle Gray (2-4), Ivan Gonzalez (0-1) Brandon White (15-14), Ivan Gonzalez (13-12), Darius Hill (1-1) Darius Hill (27-25), Andrew Zitel (1-2), Chase Illig (1-0) Marques Inman (25-23), Andrew Zitel (3-2), Kevin Brophy (1-1), Isaiah Kearns (0-1) Kyle Gray (19-15), Kevin Brophy (4-7), Chase Illig (2-3), Andrew Zitel (1-1), Marques Inman (2-0), Isaiah Kearns (1-0), Darius Hill (0-1) Tyler Doanes (12-12), Andrew Zitel (3-5), Ivan Gonzalez (3-2), Chase Illig (3-2), Isaiah Kearns (1-2), Kyle Gray (3-0), Alek Manoah (2-0), Kevin Brophy (1-1), Marques Inman (0-1), Darius Hill (1-0), Connor Hamilton (0-1), Jimmy Galusky (0-1) Ivan Gonzalez (9-9), Jimmy Galusky (7-6), Chase Illig (7-5), Kyle Gray (2-4), Andrew Zitel (3-1), Kevin Brophy (0-1), Connor Hamilton (0-1) Tyler Doanes (1-0) Jimmy Galusky (9-9), Isaiah Kearns (3-4), Kyle Gray (3-3), TJ Lake (2-4), Kade Strowd (5-1), Ivan Gonzalez (3-0), BJ Myers (0-3), Andrew Zitel (1-2), Tyler Doanes (1-1), Connor Hamilton (2-0) Brandon White (14-13), Jimmy Galusky (13-11), Andrew Zitel (1-2), Tyler Doanes (1-1)

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HITTING BREAKDOWN MULTI-HIT GAMES MULTI-RBI GAMES HOME RUNS CAREER GAME HIGHS PLAYER TOTAL 2 3 4 5+ TOTAL 2 3 4 5+ TOTAL SOLO 2 3 GS HITS RBI HR Kevin Brophy 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 (8) 6 4 0 1 1 3 8 3 Nick Denicola 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Tyler Doanes 9 8 1 0 0 6 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 4 0 Jimmy Galusky 13 10 3 1 0 7 5 1 1 0 7 6 1 0 0 5 4 1 Ivan Gonzalez 12 11 0 1 0 6 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 3 1 Kyle Gray 23 18 3 2 0 8 4 2 2 0 14 10 3 1 0 4 4 2 Connor Hamilton 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 Tristen Hudson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darius Hill 23 16 4 3 0 7 5 1 0 1 (5) 4 3 1 0 0 4 5 1 Chase Illig 2 2 0 0 0 6 4 2 0 0 5 1 3 1 0 2 4 1 Marques Inman 20 15 4 1 0 12 7 4 1 0 6 2 3 1 0 4 4 2 Isaiah Kearns 6 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 TJ Lake 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 Alek Manoah 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Brandon White 17 13 2 2 0 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 3 1 Braden Zarbnisky 11 6 4 1 1 (5) 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 1 Andrew Zitel 4 4 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 1

­­G AME-WINNING RBI NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

PLAYER (#) Chase Illig (1) Kevin Brophy (1) Chase Illig (2) Braden Zarbnisky (1) N/A > Marques Inman (1) Connor Hamilton (1) Isaiah Kearns (1) ! Chase Illig (3) Darius Hill (1) Andrew Zitel (1) Kyle Gray (1) ! Ivan Gonzalez (1) Chase Illig (4) ! Darius Hill (2) Marques Inman (2) Marques Inman (3) N/A > Brandon White (1) Kyle Gray (2) Brandon White (2) N/A > Marques Inman (4) Braden Zarbnisky (2) Jimmy Galusky (1) Darius Hill (3) Tyler Doanes (1) Darius Hill (4) > Tyler Doanes (2)

TOTALS BY PLAYER: Chase Illig - 4 Marques Inman - 4 Darius Hill - 4 Kyle Gray - 2 Brandon White - 2 Braden Zarbnisky - 2 Tyler Doanes - 2 Kevin Brophy - 1 Jimmy Galusky - 1 Ivan Gonzalez - 1 Connor Hamilton - 1 Isaiah Kearns - 1 Andrew Zitel - 1

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GM# 1 5 8 9 10 12 13 16 17 22 25 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 38 40 41 42 43 46 47 50 53 55

DATE 2/16 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11 3/16 3/17 3/29 4/3 4/6 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/4 5/9 5/11 5/17 5/23 5/25

OPPONENT at Jacksonville vs. Illinois ^ at Western Kentucky at Western Kentucky at Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee at Middle Tennessee Canisius Canisius at #7 Texas Tech * Niagara UNLV UNLV Penn State # Pitt Oklahoma State * Canisius Kansas State * Kansas State * at Marshall & #19 Texas * #19 Texas * Maryland at Kansas * Virginia Tech at TCU * Baylor * #20 Oklahoma State % #6 Texas Tech %

> - No RBI credited on the play ! - Walk-off hit * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Brittain Resorts Invitational, Conway, S.C. # - PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. & - Charleston, W.Va. %-B  ig 12 Championship, Oklahoma City

RUNS 1 4 3 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 2

OUTS COUNT 1 1-1 1 1-0 0 3-1 1 1-2 0 1-0 1 1-0 1 1-1 2 3-2 1 1-0 0 1-0 1 2-0 2 1-1 2 3-2 2 3-1 0 0-0 1 1-1 2 0-2 0 3-1 1 0-1 0 2-2 1 3-2 2 0-0 1 1-0 1 0-1 1 1-1 1 2-0 0 0-0 0 0-1 2 3-2

INNING 5 7 8 10 4 5 4 9 1 6 6 9 6 10 1 6 3 8 3 13 8 6 2 2 3 8 7 4 3

FINAL PLAY 5-4 HR to RC 10-8 GS to LC 7-5 HR to RC 11-9 1B to LF 7-1 Passed Ball 8-4 HR to RF 10-4 2B RF Line 10-9 1B to LF 2-0 HR to RF 1-0 1B up MI 9-6 1B to LF 8-7 1B to CF 7-5 1B up MI 3-2 1B to LC 12-1 GO to SS 10-7 GO to 3B 9-2 2B LF Line 8-5 WP on BB 6-0 SF to RF 11-10 1B thru RS 8-6 1B to 1B 8-3 Wild Pitch 9-5 2B to CF 21-3 1B up MI 10-5 1B to SS 4-3 1B thru LS 2-1 SF to RF 8-5 1B to SS, E6-T 12-4 1B to RC


HOME RUN BREAKDOWN NO.

PLAYER

GM#

DATE

OPPONENT

PITCHER

ON BASE INN

OUTS

COUNT

SCORE

FINAL

1.

Chase Illig

1

2/16

at Jacksonville

Chris Gau

0

5

1

1-1

W, 4-3

W, 5-4

2.

Jimmy Galusky

2

2/17

at Jacksonville

Austin Temple

1

8

0

1-1

L, 7-1

L, 7-4

3.

Kevin Brophy

3

2/18

at Jacksonville

Mike Cassala

0

2

2

3-1

0-0

4.

Kevin Brophy

5

2/24

vs. Illinois

Quinn Snarskis

2

1

2

0-0

W, 1-0

W, 10-8

5.

Kevin Brophy

5

2.24

vs. Illinois

Zak Devermann

0

6

1

0-1

W, 5-0

W, 10-8

6.

Kevin Brophy

5

2/24

vs. Illinois

Quinten Sefcik

3

7

1

1-0

6-6

W, 10-8

7.

Kevin Brophy

6

2/24

vs. VCU

Sean Thompson

0

5

1

0-0

3-3

L, 8-5

8.

Jimmy Galusky

6

2/24

vs. VCU

Michael Dailey

0

8

0

0-1

L, 7-4

L, 5-8

9.

Jimmy Galusky

7

2/25

at Coastal Carolina

Anthony Veneziano

0

7

0

3-1

L, 4-0

L, 5-2

L, 2-1

10.

Kyle Gray

7

2/25

at Coastal Carolina

Anthony Veneziano

0

7

0

3-1

L, 4-1

L, 5-2

11.

Chase Illig

8

3/2

at Western Kentucky

Conner Boyd

2

8

0

3-1

L, 4-3

W, 7-5

12.

Darius Hill

8

3/2

at Western Kentucky

Devon Loomis

0

9

1

1-1

W, 6-5

W, 7-5

13.

Kyle Gray

9

3/3

at Western Kentucky

Taylor Colby

0

4

0

1-2

W, 3-0

W, 11-9

14.

Chase Illig

9

3/3

at Western Kentucky

Malcolm Grady

1

5

1

3-2

W, 5-4

W, 11-9

15.

Kyle Gray

9

3/3

at Western Kentucky

Malcolm Grady

0

5

2

3-1

W, 7-4

W, 11-9

16.

Kevin Brophy

9

3/3

at Western Kentucky

Ben Morrison

0

9

0

1-1

8-8

W, 11-9

17.

Kyle Gray

10

3/4

at Western Kentucky

Maddex Richardson

0

9

1

0-1

W, 5-1

W, 7-1

18.

Kyle Gray

11

3/9

at Middle Tennessee

Zach Keenan

0

5

2

1-0

L, 7-4

L, 8-7

19.

Jimmy Galusky

12

3/10

at Middle Tennessee

Carson Lester

0 >

5

0

2-1

W, 2-0

W, 8-4

20.

Marques Inman

12

3/10

at Middle Tennessee

Carson Lester

2

5

1

1-0

W, 4-0

W, 8-4

21.

Darius Hill

13

3/11

at Middle Tennessee

Peyton Wigginton

0 >

5

0

1-0

W, 5-4

W, 10-4

22.

Jimmy Galusky

15

3/14

at Tennessee Tech

Nic Dye

0

7

1

3-2

L, 6-0

L, 9-1

23.

Andrew Zitel

16

3/16

Canisius

Jared Kennedy

1

1

1

0-0

W, 2-1

W, 10-9 W, 10-9

24.

Brandon White

16

3/16

Canisius

Andrew Kneussle

2

7

2

0-0

L, 8-6

25.

Chase Illig

17

3/17

Canisius

Charlie Sobieraski

1

1

1

1-0

0-0

W, 2-0

26.

Marques Inman

26

4/6

UNLV

Alan Strong

0

3

1

0-0

L, 7-1

L, 11-4

27.

Marques Inman

27

4/6

UNLV

Chase Maddux

0

6

1

2-2

L, 7-1

W, 8-7

28.

Marques Inman

28

4/8

UNLV

Garrett Poole

1

1

2

0-1

L, 1-0

W, 7-5

29.

Kyle Gray

31

4/13

Oklahoma State

Joe Lienhard

0 >

4

0

0-0

L, 7-2

L, 7-4

30

Marques Inman

32

4/14

Oklahoma State

Reza Aleaziz

1

8

2

1-1

W, 8-7

W, 10-7

31

Darius Hill

35

4/20

Kansas State

Alex Belch

1

8

0

3-2

W, 6-5

W, 8-5

32

Chase Illig

36

4/21

Kansas State

Caleb Littlejim

1

4

0

1-1

W, 2-0

W, 6-0

33

Kyle Gray

38

4/24

at Marshall

Ryan Falls

1

3

2

0-2

L, 3-2

W, 11-10

34

Darius Hill

38

4/24

at Marshall

Hunter Sexton

0 >

8

0

0-1

L, 10-9

W, 11-10

35

Kyle Gray

40

4/28

#19 Texas

Chase Shugart

0

3

2

0-1

L, 3-2

W, 8-6

36

Kyle Gray

40

4/28

#19 Texas

Chase Shugart

1

5

2

0-0

3-3

W, 8-6

37

Jimmy Galusky

42

5/1

Maryland

Grant Burleson

0 >

8

0

3-2

W, 8-5

W, 9-5

38

Kyle Gray

43

5/4

at Kansas

Jonah Ulane

2

5

2

0-0

W, 10-2

W, 21-3

39

Marques Inman

43

5/4

at Kansas

Casey Douglas

1

8

0

2-2

W, 14-2

W, 21-3

40

Kyle Gray

44

5/5

at Kansas

Ryan Zeferjahn

1

2

0

1-2

0-0

L, 13-3

41

Kyle Gray

44

5/5

at Kansas

Ryan Cyr

0

8

1

1-1

L, 13-2

L, 13-3

42

Kyle Gray

45

5/6

at Kansas

Zack Leban

0 >

9

0

2-2

L, 5-1

L, 5-2

43

Ivan Gonzalez

48

5/12

at TCU

Jake Eissler

2

4

2

0-1

L, 5-0

L, 10-4

44

Kyle Gray

48

5/12

at TCU

Jake Eissler

0

6

2

1-1

L, 7-3

L, 10-4

45

Jimmy Galusky

49

5/13

at TCU

Haylen Green

0 >

3

0

0-1

1-1

L, 8-5

46

Tyler Doanes !

49

5/13

at TCU

Sean Wymer

0

4

2

0-0

L, 4-2

L, 8-5

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STARTER STATS PITCHER STARTS IP BJ Myers 14 64.2 Kade Strowd 13 58.0 Isaiah Kearns 11 43.1 Alek Manoah 8 30.2 Braden Zarbnisky 4 18.0 Christian Young 3 12.2 Jackson Wolf 2 7.0 Shane Ennis 1 3.0

W-L ERA B/AV 2-2 5.01 .299 4-5 5.74 .270 3-4 4.15 .251 1-5 4.70 .267 1-2 4.00 .269 1-1 4.26 .174 0-0 2.57 .269 0-1 12.00 .250

RUN SUPPORT

PITCHER STARTS TOTAL RUNS AVG. BJ Myers 14 100 7.14 High: 21, at Kansas (5/4) Low: 2, vs. VCU (2/23), vs. Baylor (5/17, 5/19) Christian Young 3 20 6.66 High: 9, vs. Maryland (5/1) Low: 1, at Tennessee Tech (3/13) Kade Strowd 13 78 6.00 High: 10, vs. Ill. (2/24), at MTSU (3/11), vs. OSU (4/14) Low: 1, at Oklahoma (3/24) Jackson Wolf 2 12 6.00 High: 9, vs. Niagara (4/2) Low: 3, vs. Penn State (4/10) Isaiah Kearns 11 51 4.64 High: 12, vs. Pitt (4/11) Low: 0, at Tennessee Tech (3/13) Alek Manoah 8 37 4.63 High: 11, at Western Kentucky (3/3) Low: 2, vs. Canisius (3/17), at Oklahoma (3/24) Braden Zarbnisky 4 17 4.25 High: 7, vs. UNLV (4/8) Low: 2, at Coastal Carolina (2/25) Shane Ennis 1 4 4.00 High: 4, vs. Oklahoma State (4/13) Low: 4, vs. Oklahoma State (4/13)

PITCHER BREAKDOWN

QUALITY PLAYER RECORD SAVES STARTS Conner Dotson 0-1 0 0 Shane Ennis 4-3 3 0 Tristen Hudson 2-0 0 0 Isaiah Kearns 3-4 0 1 Sam Kessler 4-0 4 0 Alek Manoah 3-5 2 1 Dillon Meadows 0-0 0 0 BJ Myers 2-2 1 4 Jacob Potock 0-0 0 0 Zach Reid 1-0 0 0 Nick Snyder 0-0 0 0 Kade Strowd 4-7 0 0 Riley Troutt 0-0 0 0 Jackson Wolf 1-1 0 0 Cody Wood 0-0 0 0 Christian Young 3-1 0 0 Braden Zarbnisky 2-3 2 0

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STARTER GAME-BY-GAME

SCORE FINAL PITCHER DATE OPPONENT DEC. IP H R ER BB SO NP WHEN LEFT SCORE BJ Myers 2/16 at Jacksonville ND 4.1 4 4 1 1 4 83 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 Alek Manoah 2/17 at Jacksonville L 3.1 1 2 1 5 4 80 L, 2-0 L, 7-4 Isaiah Kearns 2/18 at Jacksonville ND 2.2 6 1 1 1 4 53 1-1 L, 2-1 BJ Myers 2/23 vs. VCU ^ ND ! 6.1 5 2 2 0 5 85 2-2 L, 6-2 (11) Kade Strowd 2/24 vs. Illinois ^ ND 5.0 4 2 2 2 3 71 W, 6-2 W, 10-8 Alek Manoah 2/24 vs. VCU ^ L 4.2 8 5 4 1 4 96 W, 4-3 L, 8-5 Braden Zarbnisky 2/25 at Coastal Carolina ^ L 3.0 2 2 1 2 6 54 L, 2-0 L, 5-2 BJ Myers 3/2 at Western Kentucky ND 5.0 7 4 4 1 2 84 2-2 W, 7-5 Alek Manoah 3/3 at Western Kentucky ND 4.0 4 4 4 3 5 83 W, 5-4 W, 11-9 (10) Kade Strowd 3/4 at Western Kentucky W 5.2 4 1 1 2 4 79 W, 5-1 W, 7-1 BJ Myers 3/9 at Middle Tennessee ND 5.2 8 7 4 2 3 110 L, 7-6 L, 8-7 Alek Manoah 3/10 at Middle Tennessee ND 3.0 0 0 0 0 5 40 W, 2-0 W, 8-4 Kade Strowd 3/11 at Middle Tennessee W 5.2 4 4 3 4 11 105 W, 6-4 W, 10-4 Isaiah Kearns 3/13 at Tennessee Tech L 4.0 4 2 2 2 1 60 L, 2-0 L, 8-0 Christian Young 3/14 at Tennessee Tech L 4.1 4 4 4 2 5 64 L, 2-0 L, 9-1 BJ Myers 3/16 Canisius ND 3.0 9 8 4 1 3 87 L, 8-6 W, 10-9 Alek Manoah 3/17 Canisius W ! 7.0 3 0 0 4 7 119 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 Kade Strowd 3/18 Canisius L 2.1 1 2 2 5 2 60 1-1 L, 4-3 BJ Myers 3/23 at Oklahoma * L 3.0 9 7 7 2 3 77 L, 7-0 L, 19-6 Alek Manoah 3/24 at Oklahoma * L 3.2 6 7 2 4 4 80 L, 4-2 L, 10-2 Kade Strowd 3/24 at Oklahoma * L 5.0 4 2 2 2 4 71 1-1 L, 2-1 Isaiah Kearns 3/29 at #7 Texas Tech * ND 3.0 2 0 0 2 2 55 0-0 W, 1-0 Alek Manoah 3/30 at #7 Texas Tech * L 4.0 6 4 4 3 3 76 L, 3-0 L, 4-1 Kade Strowd 3/31 at #7 Texas Tech * ND 4.0 4 1 1 0 2 65 W, 3-1 L, 8-5 Jackson Wolf 4/3 Niagara ND 2.0 4 2 1 0 3 38 L, 2-1 W, 9-6 Alek Manoah 4/6 UNLV L 1.0 4 5 1 2 0 43 L, 5-1 L, 11-4 Kade Strowd 4/6 UNLV ND 5.0 9 7 7 1 2 84 L, 7-1 W, 8-7 Braden Zarbnisky 4/8 UNLV W 5.0 6 2 1 0 3 66 W, 5-2 W, 7-5 Jackson Wolf 4/10 vs. Penn State # ND 5.0 3 1 1 1 5 71 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 (10) Isaiah Kearns 4/11 Pitt W 5.0 2 0 0 3 8 89 W, 6-0 W, 12-1 Shane Ennis 4/13 Oklahoma State * L 3.0 3 4 4 4 3 78 L, 4-2 L, 7-4 Kade Strowd 4/14 Oklahoma State * W 5.0 5 3 3 2 10 110 W, 6-2 W, 10-7 Braden Zarbnisky 4/15 Oklahoma State * ND 6.0 5 4 4 2 5 94 4-4 L, 6-4 Isaiah Kearns 4/18 Canisius W 4.0 5 2 2 1 8 76 W, 5-2 W, 9-2 BJ Myers 4/20 Kansas State * ND ! 6.0 5 5 3 5 6 107 L, 4-3 W, 8-5 Kade Strowd 4/21 Kansas State * W 5.2 2 0 0 7 7 103 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 Braden Zarbnisky 4/22 Kansas State * L 4.0 5 2 2 1 1 53 1-1 L, 7-4 Isaiah Kearns 4/24 at Marshall & ND 2.1 4 5 3 2 4 46 W, 6-3 W, 11-10 (13) BJ Myers 4/27 #19 Texas * ND ! 6.0 8 3 3 3 6 100 W, 6-3 L, 11-6 Kade Strowd 4/28 #19 Texas * ND 5.1 7 3 3 3 4 103 W, 5-3 W, 8-6 Isaiah Kearns 4/29 #19 Texas * W ! 6.1 4 3 2 3 5 88 W, 4-2 W, 8-3 Christian Young 5/1 Maryland W 5.0 2 0 0 1 4 70 W, 8-0 W, 9-5 BJ Myers 5/4 at Kansas * W ! 7.0 7 2 1 1 3 104 W, 18-2 W, 21-3 Kade Strowd 5/5 at Kansas * L 4.1 8 5 5 2 4 69 L, 3-2 L, 13-3 Isaiah Kearns 5/6 at Kansas * L 5.0 5 3 3 1 9 79 L, 3-1 L, 5-2 Christian Young 5/9 Virginia Tech ND 3.1 2 2 2 1 4 55 W, 7-0 W, 10-5 BJ Myers 5/11 at TCU * ND 5.1 4 3 3 4 3 100 W, 3-2 W, 4-3 Kade Strowd 5/12 at TCU * L 1.1 3 3 3 1 1 42 L, 1-0 L, 10-4 Isaiah Kearns 5/13 at TCU * L 3.0 3 4 4 1 2 49 L, 4-2 L, 8-5 BJ Myers 5/17 Baylor * ND 3.0 3 1 1 0 2 37 1-1 W, 2-1 Isaiah Kearns 5/18 Baylor * ND 3.0 3 1 1 0 1 30 L, 1-0 L, 4-1 BJ Myers 5/19 Baylor * L 3.0 3 1 1 0 1 40 L, 1-0 L, 6-2 BJ Myers 5/23 #20 Oklahoma State % W 3.0 3 0 0 0 2 46 W, 6-0 W, 8-5 Isaiah Kearns 5/24 TCU % L 5.0 4 2 2 3 5 95 L, 2-1 L, 8-1 BJ Myers 5/25 #6 Texas Tech % ND 4.0 3 3 2 3 2 80 W, 8-1 W, 12-4 Kade Strowd 5/26 TCU % L 3.2 5 5 5 3 5 83 L, 2-1 L, 7-3

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^ - Brittain Resorts Invitational, Conway, S.C. # - PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. & - Charleston, W.Va. % - Big 12 Championship, Oklahoma City


FIELDING STATISTICS PLAYER C PO A E FLD% DPS SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 24 Illig, Chase 110 105 5 0 1.000 0 7 1 .875 4 0 12 Lake, TJ 10 9 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 27 Hamilton, Connor 9 7 2 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 5 Strowd, Kade 6 2 4 0 1.000 1 6 3 .667 0 0 37 Denicola, Nick 3 3 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 20 Young, Christian 3 1 2 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 16 Meadows, Dillon 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 7 White, Brandon 146 142 3 1 .993 1 0 0 - 0 0 13 Brophy, Kevin 104 96 7 1 .990 10 0 0 - 0 0 26 Zarbnisky, Braden 80 74 5 1 .988 0 3 2 .600 0 0 31 Hill, Darius 121 116 3 2 .983 3 0 0 - 0 0 32 Gonzalez, Ivan 405 348 49 8 .980 5 41 20 .672 1 0 25 Inman, Marques 313 285 18 10 .968 34 0 0 - 0 0 9 Gray, Kyle 250 95 145 10 .960 34 0 0 - 0 0 3 Galusky, J. 222 91 118 13 .941 32 0 0 - 0 0 41 Kearns, Isaiah 16 12 3 1 .938 0 7 2 .778 0 0 8 Ennis, Shane 16 1 14 1 .938 1 5 5 .500 0 0 45 Zitel, Andrew 82 26 50 6 .927 8 0 0 - 0 0 17 Hudson, Tristen 13 4 8 1 .923 2 3 0 1.000 0 0 47 Manoah, Alek 38 31 1 6 .842 0 7 2 .778 0 0 1 Doanes, Tyler 62 20 32 10 .839 4 0 0 - 0 0 33 Myers, BJ 20 3 13 4 .800 1 6 3 .667 0 0 10 Dotson, Conner 4 1 2 1 .750 0 0 1 .000 0 0 18 Reid, Zach 4 1 2 1 .750 1 2 0 1.000 0 0 42 Kessler, Sam 7 1 4 2 .714 0 6 1 .857 0 0 23 Wolf, Jackson 3 2 0 1 .667 0 3 1 .750 0 0 4 Wood, Cody 2 0 1 1 .500 0 0 0 - 0 0 40 Potock, Jacob 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 6 Troutt, Riley 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 50 Snyder, Nick 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 Totals Opponents

2050 1476 493 81 .960 51 49 21 .700 5 0 2149 1488 583 78 .964 41 95 36 .725 10 5

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SERIES PITCHING BREAKDOWN

Opponent AVG R H RBI XBH BB-SO Jacksonville .189 10 18 10 7 8-20 Brittain Invite .273 19 39 18 13 16-19 Western Kentucky .324 25 35 21 17 12-22 Middle Tenn. .319 25 36 24 16 16-22 Tennessee Tech .115 1 7 1 3 4-11 Canisius .248 24 31 24 8 15-13 Oklahoma .179 9 17 8 7 5-31 Texas Tech .141 7 13 7 4 11-27 Niagara .412 9 14 6 1 9-8 UNLV .316 19 31 18 7 13-12 Penn State .188 3 6 3 0 10-10 Pitt .429 12 15 12 6 4-7 Oklahoma State .318 18 35 17 9 12-25 Kansas State .356 18 37 14 12 12-9 Marshall .300 11 15 11 6 11-11 Texas .320 22 33 18 9 15-28 Maryland .300 9 9 6 5 7-5 Kansas .322 26 37 25 17 11-31 Virginia Tech .405 10 17 10 2 1-13 TCU .283 13 30 12 8 7-23 Baylor .213 5 20 5 4 11-25 Big 12 Champ. .319 24 45 17 6 20-25

Opponent W-L ERA IP H R-ER BB-SO Jacksonville 1-2 3.24 25.0 21 13-9 15-20 Brittain Invite 1-3 5.50 36.0 41 27-22 16-34 Western Kentucky 3-0 4.82 28.0 27 15-15 8-23 Middle Tenn. 2-1 3.81 26.0 21 16-11 12-33 Tennessee Tech 0-2 8.44 16.0 20 17-15 10-12 Canisius 3-1 2.50 36.0 26 15-10 23-33 Oklahoma 0-3 9.75 24.0 41 31-26 14-16 Texas Tech 1-2 3.96 25.0 21 12-11 13-19 Niagara 1-0 5.00 9.0 11 6-5 0-11 UNLV 2-1 4.68 25.0 30 23-13 15-15 Penn State 1-0 0.90 10.0 7 2-1 3-12 Pitt 1-0 1.00 9.0 4 1-1 3-14 Oklahoma State 1-2 5.00 27.0 26 20-15 14-32 Kansas State 2-1 3.33 27.0 22 12-10 22-27 Marshall 1-0 2.77 13.0 12 10-4 9-16 Texas 2-1 5.33 27.0 33 20-16 13-29 Maryland 1-0 4.00 9.0 5 5-4 7-10 Kansas 1-2 6.48 25.0 33 21-18 8-26 Virginia Tech 1-0 5.00 9.0 9 5-5 3-9 TCU 1-2 7.56 25.0 22 21-21 24-17 Baylor 1-2 3.33 27.0 27 11-10 9-21 Big 12 Champ. 2-2 5.29 34.0 34 24-20 19-33


HIGHS AND LOWS TEAM BATTING

TEAM FIELDING

At Bats: Runs Scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sacrifice Hits: Sacrifice Flies: Stolen Bases: Hit By Pitch: Caught Stealing: Runners Left On Base: Hit Into Double Play:

Putouts: 39 Assists: 18 Errors: 4 Passed Balls: 2 Double Plays Turned: 3 3 3

50 at Marshall (Apr 24, 2018) 21 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 23 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 20 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 7 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 2 vs Pitt (Apr 11, 2018) 2 vs Kansas State (Apr 22, 2018) 4 at WKU (Mar 03, 2018) 36 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 11 at Marshall (Apr 24, 2018) 13 at Middle Tennessee (Mar 09, 2018) 13 vs Virginia Tech (May 09, 2018) 3 at WKU (Mar 02, 2018) 3 vs Maryland (May 01, 2018) 2 4 Times 5 at Middle Tennessee (Mar 11, 2018) 5 vs Canisius (Apr 18, 2018) 5 vs Virginia Tech (May 09, 2018) 3 vs Niagara (Apr 03, 2018) 3 at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 3 vs Oklahoma State (May 23, 2018 at Oklahoma City, Okla.) 4 vs Baylor (May 17, 2018) 15 vs Niagara (Apr 03, 2018) 15 at TCU (May 11, 2018) 4 vs Texas (Apr 29, 2018)

TEAM PITCHING Innings Pitched: 13.0 Runs Allowed: 19 Earned Runs: 19 Walks Allowed: 12 Strikeouts: 16 Hits Allowed: 22 Doubles Allowed: 8 Triples Allowed: 1 Home Runs Allowed: 3 3 Wild Pitches: 5 Hit batters: 4 4

at Marshall (Apr 24, 2018) at Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2018) at Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2018) vs Canisius (Mar 18, 2018) at Marshall (Apr 24, 2018) at Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2018) at Oklahoma (Mar 23, 2018) (10 Times ) at WKU (Mar 03, 2018) at Kansas (May 06, 2018) vs Virginia Tech (May 09, 2018) at WKU (Mar 03, 2018) vs Oklahoma State (Apr 14, 2018)

at Marshall (Apr 24, 2018) vs VCU (Feb 23, 2018 at Conway, S.C.) (6 Times ) vs Oklahoma State (Apr 15, 2018) vs Canisius (Mar 18, 2018) vs Kansas State (Apr 21, 2018) vs Kansas State (Apr 22, 2018)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch:  Caught stealing: Runners LOB: 

7 Ivan Gonzalez at Marshall (April 24, 2018) 7 Darius Hill at Kansas (May 04, 2018) 4 (4 Times) 5 Braden Zarbnisky at Western Kentucky (March 03, 2018) 8 Kevin Brophy vs. Illinois (Feb. 24, 2018) 2 (9 Times) 1 (16 Times) 3 Kevin Brophy vs. Illinois (Feb. 24, 2018) 12 Kevin Brophy vs. Illinois (Feb. 24, 2018) 4 Braden Zarbnisky vs. Penn State (April 10, 2018) 4 Braden Zarbnisky vs. Oklahoma State (April 14, 2018) 4 Kyle Gray vs. Baylor (May 19, 2018) 2 Andrew Zitel at WKU (March 02, 2018) 2 Brandon White vs. Maryland (May 01, 2018) 2 Braden Zarbnisky vs. Niagara (April 03, 2018) 2 (12 Times) 2 Tyler Doanes vs. Oklahoma State (May 23, 2018, Big 12 Champ.) 1 (36 Times) 5 Ivan Gonzalez at Coastal Carolina (Feb. 25, 2018) 5 Marques Inman vs. Oklahoma State (May 23, 2018, Big 12 Champ.)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

7.0 7.0 8 8 8 7 11 9 5 1 2 3 3

Alek Manoah vs. Canisius (March 17, 2018) BJ Myers at Kansas (May 04, 2018) BJ Myers vs. Canisius (March 16, 2018) Riley Troutt at Oklahoma (March 23, 2018) Riley Troutt at Oklahoma (March 23, 2018) Kade Strowd vs. Kansas State (April 21, 2018) Kade Strowd at Middle Tennessee (March 11, 2018) (4 Times) Kade Strowd vs. UNLV (April 06, 2018) (10 Times) (5 Times) BJ Myers at Middle Tennessee (March 09, 2018) BJ Myers vs. VCU (Feb. 23, 2018)

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors:  Passed balls:

17 7 3 3 2

Ivan Gonzalez at Marshall (April 24, 2018) Jimmy Galusky at Jacksonville (Feb. 16, 2018) Ivan Gonzalez at Texas Tech (March 31, 2018) Tyler Doanes vs. Oklahoma State (May 23, 2018, Big 12 Champ.) Chase Illig vs. Oklahoma State (April 15, 2018)

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MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK

2018 SEASON LINE SCORES GAME 1 » NO. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 5, JACKSONVILLE 4

FEBRUARY 24, 2018 » SPRINGS BROOKS STADIUM » CONWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 Jacksonville 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 4 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 Illinois 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 2

Win - Ennis (1-0) Loss - Gau (0-1) HR - WVU - Illig; JU - Stephens T - 3:10 A - 671 W - Clear, 80

R H E 5 10 4 4 7 2

Record (1-0) (0-1)

Save - Kessler (1)

R H E 10 10 0 8 9 0

Record (2-3) (1-3)

Win - Young (1-0) Loss - Kutt (0-1) Save - Kessler (2) HR - WVU - Brophy (3); UofI - Taylor, Spillane T - 2:48 A - 225 W - Mostly Sunny, 73, Wind Out to CF 7 MPH

GAME 2 » JACKSONVILLE 7, NO. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 4

GAME 6 » VCU 8, WEST VIRGINIA 5 - BRITTAIN RESORTS INVITATIONAL

FEBRUARY 17, 2018 » JOHN SESSIONS STADIUM » JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

FEBRUARY 24, 2018 » SPRINGS BROOKS STADIUM » CONWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 Jacksonville 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 x

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 VCU 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 x

R H E 4 7 1 7 5 1

Record (1-1) (1-1)

R H E 5 10 3 8 13 1

Record (2-4) (3-3)

Win - Santana (1-0) Loss - Manoah (0-1) Save - None HR - WVU - Galusky; JU - Southern T - 3:00 A - 502 W - Sunny, Clear, 75, Wind R to L 7 MPH

Win - Thompson (1-0) Loss - Manoah (0-2) HR - WVU - Brophy, Galusky; VCU - Witt T - 3:04 A - 210 W - Clear, 68

GAME 3 » JACKSONVILLE 2, NO. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 1

GAME 7 » C  OASTAL CAROLINA 5, WEST VIRGINIA 2 BRITTAIN RESORTS INVITATIONAL

FEBRUARY 18, 2018 » JOHN SESSIONS STADIUM » JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jacksonville 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 x

R H E 1 1 1 2 9 0

Record (1-2) (2-1)

Win - Cassala (1-0) Loss - Strowd (0-1) Save - Mauloni (1) HR - WVU - Brophy T - 2:45 A - 515 W - Sunny, Clear, 75, No Wind

Save - McCarty (3)

FEBRUARY 25, 2018 » SPRINGS BROOKS STADIUM » CONWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Coastal Carolina 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 x

R H E 2 9 2 5 8 0

Record (2-5) (6-2)

Win - Veneziano (1-0) Loss - Zarbnisky (0-1) Save - Peavyhouse (1) HR - WVU - Galusky, Gray; CCU - Lancaster T - 3:14 A - 2,039 W - Mostly Cloudy, 80, Wind Out to LF 8-10 MPH

GAME 4 » V  CU 6, WEST VIRGINIA 2 (11 INN.) BRITTAIN RESORTS INVITATIONAL

GAME 8 » WEST VIRGINIA 7, WESTERN KENTUCKY 5

FEBRUARY 23, 2018 » SPRINGS BROOKS STADIUM » CONWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA

MARCH 2, 2018 » NICK DENES FIELD » BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY

VCU West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 Western Kentucky 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0

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

R H E 6 11 3 2 10 1

Win - Wilks (1-0) Loss - Dotson (0-1) Save - McCarty (2) HR - None T - 3:15 A - 172 W - Mostly Sunny, Muggy, 72

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GAME 5 » WEST VIRGINIA 10, ILLINOIS 8 - BRITTAIN RESORTS INVITATIONAL

FEBRUARY 16, 2018 » JOHN SESSIONS STADIUM » JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Record (2-3) (1-3)

R H E 7 11 0 5 10 0

Record (3-5) (5-5)

Win - Ennis (2-0) Loss - Tibbs (0-1) Save - Kessler (3) HR - WVU - Hill, Illig; WKU - Butkiewicz T - 2:58 A - 474 W - Sunny and Clear, 52


GAME 9 » WEST VIRGINIA 11, WESTERN KENTUCKY 9 (10 INN.) MARCH 3, 2018 » NICK DENES FIELD » BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY

GAME 16 » WEST VIRGINIA 10, CANISIUS 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 West Virginia 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 2 Western Kentucky 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 1 0

Canisius West Virginia

R H E 11 15 0 9 11 1

Record (4-5) (5-6)

MARCH 16, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

R H E 9 12 2 10 10 3

Record (10-5) (8-8)

Win - Zarbnisky (1-1) Loss - Morrison (0-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Brophy, Illig, Gray (2); WKU - Rhinesmith (2), McElreath T - 3:25 A - 532 W - Sunny and Clear, 54

Win - Ennis (3-1) Loss - Warner (0-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Zitel, White; CC - Conley T - 2:57 A - 938 W - Partly Cloudy, Mid-30s, Wind L to R

GAME 10 » WEST VIRGINIA 7, WESTERN KENTUCKY 1

GAME 17 » WEST VIRGINIA 2, CANISIUS 0

MARCH 4, 2018 » NICK DENES FIELD » BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY

MARCH 17, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 Western Kentucky 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Canisius 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 West Virginia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Win - Strowd (1-1) HR - WVU - Gray T - 2:40 A - 445

R H E 7 9 0 1 6 2

Loss - Kirkpatrick (1-1)

Record (5-5) (5-7)

Save - None

W - Sunny and Clear, 57

R H E 0 3 0 2 4 0

Record (10-6) (9-8)

Win - Manoah (1-2) Loss - Sobieraski (2-1) Save - Kessler (4) HR - WVU - Illig T - 2:45 A - 933 W - Cloudy, Mid-30s, Light Snow ** Game Delayed for 34 minutes in the middle of the 3rd inning due to snow

GAME 11 » MIDDLE TENNESSEE 8, WEST VIRGINIA 7 MARCH 9, 2018 » REESE SMITH JR. FIELD » MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE

GAME 18 » CANISIUS 4, WEST VIRGINIA 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 Middle Tennessee 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 x

MARCH 18, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Win - Wright (1-0) HR - WVU - Gray T - 3:24 A - 568

Loss - Ennis (2-1)

R H E 7 11 4 8 10 3

Record (5-6) (8-6)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Canisius 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 West Virginia 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

R H E 4 4 0 3 8 1

Record (11-6) (9-9)

Save - Dennis (1) Win - Stevenson (3-0) Loss - Strowd (2-2) HR - None T - 3:05 A - 993 W - Sunny, High 30s

W - Partly Cloudy, Low 50s

Save - Smith (5)

GAME 12 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 4 MARCH 10, 2018 » REESE SMITH JR. FIELD » MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE

GAME 19 » OKLAHOMA 19, WEST VIRGINIA 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 2 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 Middle Tennessee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1

MARCH 23, 2018 » L. DALE MITCHELL PARK » NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

R H E 8 10 1 4 6 0

Record (6-6) (8-7)

Win - Young (2-0) Loss - Lester (1-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Galusky, Inman; MT - Aucker T - 2:57 A - 645 W - Cloudy, Mid-High 50s

West Virginia Oklahoma

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 4 1 4 3 1 3 x

R H E 6 9 0 19 22 1

Record (9-10, 0-1 Big 12) (15-9, 1-0 Big 12)

Win - Irvin (4-0) Loss - Myers (0-1) Save - None HR - OU - Harris T - 3:15 A - 1,107 W - Cloudy, 72, Wind Out to CF 22 MPH

GAME 13 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 4 MARCH 11, 2018 » REESE SMITH JR. FIELD » MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE

GAME 20 » OKLAHOMA 19, WEST VIRGINIA 6 - DH GAME 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 1 0 4 1 1 1 2 0 Middle Tennessee 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MARCH 24, 2018 » L. DALE MITCHELL PARK » NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

Win - Strowd (2-1) HR - WVU - Hill T - 3:12 A - 623

Loss - Wigginton (1-2)

R H E 10 15 2 4 4 2

Record (7-6) (8-8)

West Virginia Oklahoma

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 0 0 0 x

R H E 2 4 2 10 12 1

Record (9-11, 0-2 Big 12) (16-9, 2-0 Big 12)

Save - None

W - Cloudy, Low 50s, Chance of Rain

Win - Perez (3-0) Loss - Manoah (1-3) Save - None HR - None T - 2:30 A - 1,556 W - Sunny, 74, Wind L to R 14 MPH

GAME 14 » TENNESSEE TECH 8, WEST VIRGINIA 0 MARCH 13, 2018 » HOWELL W. BUSH STADIUM » COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE

GAME 21 » OKLAHOMA 2, WEST VIRGINIA 1 - DH GAME 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 0 1 0 1 4 2 0 0 x

MARCH 24, 2018 » L. DALE MITCHELL PARK » NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

R H E 0 3 1 8 9 1

Record (7-7) (10-5)

Win - Hursey (2-2) Loss - Kearns (0-1) Save - None HR - TTU - Chambers T - 2:45 A - 108 W - Mostly Cloudy, Low 40s, Wind Blowing In GAME 15 » TENNESSEE TECH 9, WEST VIRGINIA 1 MARCH 14, 2018 » HOWELL W. BUSH STADIUM » COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 0 0 0 0 6 0 2 1 x

R H E 1 4 1 9 11 1

Record (7-8) (11-5)

Win - Dye (1-1) Loss - Young (2-1) Save - None HR - WVU - Galusky; TTU - Chambers, Elford T - 2:38 A - 148 W - Mostly Sunny, Low 40s, Wind Blowing In

West Virginia Oklahoma

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 x

R H E 1 4 3 2 7 2

Record (9-12, 0-3 Big 12) (17-9, 3-0 Big 12)

Win - Prater (1-1) Loss - Strowd (2-3) Save - Berry (5) HR - None T - 2:26 A - 1,556 W - Clear, 70, Wind In from LF 8 MPH GAME 22 » WEST VIRGINIA 1, NO. 7 TEXAS TECH 0 MARCH 29, 2018 » DAN LAW FIELD AT RIP GRIFFIN PARK » LUBBOCK, TEXAS

West Virginia Texas Tech

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

R H E 1 3 0 0 5 2

Record (10-12, 1-3 Big 12) (21-6, 1-3 Big 12)

Win - Wolf (1-0) Loss - Martin (4-2) Save - Ennis (1) HR - None T - 2:27 A - 3,833 W - Partly Cloudy, Low 60s WVUBaseball

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GAME 23 » NO. 7 TEXAS TECH 4, WEST VIRGINIA 1

GAME 30 » WEST VIRGINIA 12, PITT 1

MARCH 30, 2018 » DAN LAW FIELD AT RIP GRIFFIN PARK » LUBBOCK, TEXAS

APRIL 11, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia Texas Tech

Pitt West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 x

R H E 1 3 1 4 6 3

Record (10-13, 1-4 Big 12) (22-6, 2-3 Big 12)

R H E 1 4 2 12 15 0

Record (17-13) (15-15)

Win - Kilian (3-1) Loss - Manoah (1-4) Save - Shetter (1) HR - TTU - Davis, Fulford T - 2:33 A - 3,989 W - Clear, Low 60s

Win - Kearns (1-1) Loss - Henriksen (0-2) Save - None HR - UP - Sabino T - 2:49 A - 1,632 W - Sunny, 56, Wind R to L 15 MPH

GAME 24 » NO. 7 TEXAS TECH 8, WEST VIRGINIA 5

GAME 31 » OKLAHOMA STATE 7, WEST VIRGINIA 4

MARCH 31, 2018 » DAN LAW FIELD AT RIP GRIFFIN PARK » LUBBOCK, TEXAS

APRIL 13, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia Texas Tech

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Oklahoma State 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 West Virginia 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 x

Win - Dusek (2-0) Loss - Ennis (3-2) HR - TTU - Little, Davis T - 2:50 A - 4,432 W - Sunny, 80

R H E 5 7 4 8 10 0

Record (10-14, 1-5 Big 12) (23-6, 3-3 Big 12)

Save - Harpenau (1)

R H E 7 8 0 4 11 1

Record (19-12-1, 8-2 Big 12) (15-16, 1-6 Big 12)

Win - Basso (2-3) Loss - Ennis (4-3) Save - Varela (1) HR - WVU - Gray; OSU - Simpson, Neustifter T - 3:16 A - 2,085 W - Clear, 83, Wind R to L 20 MPH

GAME 25 » WEST VIRGINIA 9, NIAGARA 6

GAME 32 » WEST VIRGINIA 10, OKLAHOMA STATE 7

APRIL 3, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

APRIL 14, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Niagara West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Oklahoma State 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 West Virginia 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 x

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 4 0 0 x

R H E 6 11 1 9 14 1

Win - Kessler (1-0) Loss - MacKinnon (0-4) HR - NU - Battaglia T - 3:13 A - 933 W - Cloudy, High 50s

Record (7-13) (11-14)

Save - Ennis (2)

R H E 7 10 0 10 13 1

Record (19-13-1, 8-3 Big 12) (16-16, 2-6 Big 12)

Win - Strowd (3-3) Loss - Teel (4-2) Save - Manoah (1) HR - WVU - Inman T - 3:39 A - 2,558 W - Sunny, 82, Wind R to L 6 MPH

GAME 26 » UNLV 11, WEST VIRGINIA 4 - DH GAME 1 (7 INN.)

GAME 33 » OKLAHOMA STATE 6, WEST VIRGINIA 4

APRIL 6, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

APRIL 15, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

UNLV West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Oklahoma State 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 West Virginia 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

R H E 11 14 1 4 10 4

Record (23-9) (11-15)

R H E 6 8 1 4 11 1

Record (20-13-1, 9-3 Big 12) (16-17, 2-7 Big 12)

Win - Strong (5-0) Loss - Manoah (1-5) Save - None HR - WVU - Inman; UNLV - Mullis T - 2:51 A - 942 W - Low 40s, Cloudy, Wind R to L

Win - Battenfield (1-1) Loss - Wolf (1-1) Save - None HR - OSU - Simpson T - 2:56 A - 1,371 W - Cloudy, 70s, Wind In 10 MPH

GAME 27 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, UNLV 7 - DH GAME 2

GAME 34 » WEST VIRGINIA 9, CANISIUS 2

APRIL 6, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

APRIL 18, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 UNLV 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 West Virginia 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 1

Canisius West Virginia

R H E 7 9 0 8 8 1

Record (23-10) (12-15)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 4 0 x Loss - Kneussle (0-2)

R H E 2 7 1 9 9 0

Record (20-12) (17-17)

Win - Ennis (4-2) Loss - Menendez (2-1) Save - None HR - WVU - Inman; UNLV - Smith T - 2:49 A - 972 W - Mid 50s, Cloudy, Wind R to L

Win - Kearns (2-1) HR - None T - 2:30 A - 933

GAME 28 » WEST VIRGINIA 7, UNLV 5

Save - None

GAME 35 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, KANSAS STATE 5

W - Partly Cloudy, 55, Wind R to L 3 MPH

APRIL 8, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

APRIL 20, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

UNLV West Virginia

Kansas State West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 x

R H E 5 7 1 7 13 3

Record (23-11) (13-15)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 3 x

R H E 5 6 3 8 14 2

Record (16-22, 2-11 Big 12) (18-17, 3-7 Big 12)

Win - Zarbnisky (2-1) Loss - Poole (1-1) Save - Ennis (3) HR - WVU - Inman T - 2:52 A - 1,013 W - Partly Cloudy, Low 40s, Wind Out to L 6 MPH

Win - Kessler (3-0) Loss - Belch (0-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Hill T - 3:12 A - 1,180 W - Clear, 55, Wind Out to CF 9 MPH

GAME 29 » WEST VIRGINIA 3, PENN STATE 2 (10 INN.)

GAME 36 » WEST VIRGINIA 6, KANSAS STATE 0

APRIL 10, 2018 » PNC PARK » PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA

APRIL 21, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Penn State West Virginia

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

R H E 2 7 0 3 6 1

Win - Kessler (2-0) Loss - Virbitsky (0-1) Save - None HR - PSU - Bowersox T - 3:28 A - 1,160 W - Cloudy, Mid 40s, Wind R to L

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 3 0 3 x

Record (7-19) (14-15)

Kansas State West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 x

R H E 0 4 0 6 12 0

Win - Strowd (4-3) Loss - Littlejim (2-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Illig T - 2:46 A - 2,084 W - Partly Cloudy, 60, No Wind

Record (16-23, 2-12 Big 12) (19-17, 4-7 Big 12)


GAME 37 » KANSAS STATE 7, WEST VIRGINIA 4

GAME 44 » KANSAS 13, WEST VIRGINIA 3

APRIL 22, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

MAY 5, 2018 » HOGLUND BALLPARK » LAWRENCE, KANSAS

Kansas State West Virginia

West Virginia Kansas

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1

Win - Brennan (2-0) HR - None T - 3:33 A - 1,728

Loss - Zarbnisky (2-2)

R H E 7 12 0 4 11 0

Record (17-23, 3-12 Big 12) (19-18, 4-8 Big 12)

Save - None

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 6 2 0 x

R H E 3 7 1 13 17 0

Record (24-20, 7-10 Big 12) (21-25, 4-12 Big 12)

Win - Zeferjahn (7-3) Loss - Strowd (4-4) Save - None HR - WVU - Gray (2); KU - Citta (2) T - 2:53 A - 1,186 W - Sunny, 82, Wind Out to RF 4 MPH

W - Clear, High 60s, No Wind

GAME 38 » WEST VIRGINIA 11, MARSHALL 10 (13 INN.)

GAME 45 » KANSAS 5, WEST VIRGINIA 2

APRIL 24, 2018 » APPALACHIAN POWER PARK » CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA

MAY 6, 2018 » HOGLUND BALLPARK » LAWRENCE, KANSAS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 R H E West Virginia 2 0 4 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 15 4 Marshall 3 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 12 4

West Virginia Kansas

Record (20-18) (17-21)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 x

R H E 2 7 0 13 17 0

Record (24-21, 7-11 Big 12) (22-25, 5-12 Big 12)

Win - Manoah (2-5) Loss - Reed (0-3) Save - Myers (1) HR - WVU - Gray, Hill; MU - Pastrana T - 5:10 A - 1,628 W - Cloudy, Rainy, High 50s

Win - Turski (2-7) Loss - Kearns (3-2) Save - Leban (11) HR - WVU - Gray; KU - Taylor, Cosentino, Sems T - 2:33 A - 932 W - Partly Cloudy, 80, No Wind

GAME 39 » NO. 19 TEXAS 11, WEST VIRGINIA 6

GAME 46 » WEST VIRGINIA 10, VIRGINIA TECH 5

APRIL 27, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

MAY 9, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Texas West Virginia

Virginia Tech West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 2 0 1 6 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0

R H E 11 15 3 6 8 2

Record (30-15, 12-4 Big 12) (20-19, 4-9 Big 12)

Win - Whelan (1-0) Loss - Zarbnisky (2-3) Save - None HR - UT - Hibbeler T - 3:13 A - 1,812 W - Partly Cloudy, 65, Wind R to L 10 MPH ** Game Delayed for 51 minutes in the bottom of the 3rd inning and for 36 minutes in the top of the 4th inning due to lightning

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 x

R H E 5 9 5 10 17 2

Record (20-27) (25-21)

Win - Hudson (1-0) Loss - Hall (3-4) Save - None HR - None T - 3:48 A - 2,114 W - Mostly Sunny, 82, Wind R to L 5 MPH GAME 47 » WEST VIRGINIA 4, TCU 3 MAY 11, 2018 » LUPTON STADIUM » FORT WORTH, TEXAS

GAME 40 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, NO. 19 TEXAS 6 APRIL 28, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Texas West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 3 x

R H E 6 13 0 8 13 1

Record (30-16, 12-5 Big 12) (21-19, 5-9 Big 12)

Win - Manoah (3-5) Loss - McGuire (0-2) Save - None HR - WVU - Gray (2); UT - Petrinsky T - 3:23 A - 2,618 W - Partly Cloudy, 62, Wind Out 9 MPH

West Virginia TCU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

R H E 4 14 3 3 5 4

Record (26-21, 8-11 Big 12) (27-19, 8-10 Big 12)

Win - Hudson (2-0) Loss - Coughlin (2-2) Save - Manoah (2) HR - None T - 3:22 A - 4,287 W - Clear, 80s, Windy GAME 48 » TCU 10, WEST VIRGINIA 4 MAY 12, 2018 » LUPTON STADIUM » FORT WORTH, TEXAS

GAME 41 » WEST VIRGINIA 8, NO. 19 TEXAS 3 APRIL 29, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Texas West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 x

R H E 3 5 1 8 12 2

Record (30-17, 12-6 Big 12) (22-19, 6-9 Big 12)

Win - Kearns (3-1) Loss - Henley (5-6) Save - None HR - None T - 2:47 A - 2,033 W - Cloudy, 50, Wind Out 10 MPH

West Virginia TCU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 1 2 0 x

R H E 4 8 1 10 13 0

Record (26-22, 8-12 Big 12) (28-19, 9-10 Big 12)

Win - Eissler (5-1) Loss - Strowd (4-5) Save - King (1) HR - WVU - Gonzalez, Gray; TCU - Shepherd T - 3:22 A - 4,311 W - Clear, 90s, Windy GAME 49 » TCU 8, WEST VIRGINIA 5 MAY 13, 2018 » LUPTON STADIUM » FORT WORTH, TEXAS

GAME 42 » WEST VIRGINIA 9, MARYLAND 5 MAY 1, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

Maryland West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 x

R H E 5 5 3 9 9 2

Record (19-25) (23-19)

Win - Young (3-1) Loss - Phillips (1-1) Save - None HR - WVU - Galusky T - 3:07 A - 1,663 W - Clear, 78, Wind R to L 18 MPH

West Virginia TCU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 1 2 0 x

R H E 5 8 3 10 13 0

Record (26-23, 8-13 Big 12) (29-19, 10-10 Big 12)

Win - Wymer (5-3) Loss - Kearns (3-3) Save - Coughlin (3) HR - WVU - Galusky, Doanes; TCU - Balta T - 3:00 A - 4,098 W - Clear, 90s, Breezy GAME 50 » WEST VIRGINIA 2, BAYLOR 1 MAY 17, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

GAME 43 » WEST VIRGINIA 21, KANSAS 3 MAY 4, 2018 » HOGLUND BALLPARK » LAWRENCE, KANSAS

West Virginia Kansas

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 5 0 3 5 0 1 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

R H E 21 23 1 3 8 4

Record (24-19, 7-9 Big 12) (20-25, 3-12 Big 12)

Win - Myers (1-1) Loss - Goddard (4-1) Save - None HR - WVU - Gray, Inman T - 3:25 A - 1,413 W - Sunny, 77, Wind Out to RC 5 MPH

Baylor West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 x

R H E 1 8 1 2 5 0

Record (30-19, 11-11 Big 12) (27-23, 9-13 Big 12)

Win - Reid (1-0) Loss - Bradford (6-5) Save - Zarbnisky (1) HR - None T - 2:24 A - 1,211 W - Mostly Cloudy, 75, Wind In 8 MPH

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GAME 51 » BAYLOR 4, WEST VIRGINIA 1 MAY 18, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

GAME 54 » TCU 8, WEST VIRGINIA 8 - BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

Baylor West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 TCU 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 2 x

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

R H E 4 8 2 1 8 1

Record (31-19, 12-11 Big 12) (27-24, 9-14 Big 12)

R H E 1 8 1 8 7 0

Record (28-26) (32-22)

Win - Kettler (7-4) Loss - Strowd (4-6) Save - Montemayor (11) HR - None T - 3:09 A - 1,354 W - Mostly Cloudy, 70, Wind In from L 8 MPH

Win - Wymer (6-3) Loss - Kearns (3-4) HR - None T - 3:17 A - 4,055

GAME 52 » BAYLOR 6, WEST VIRGINIA 2 MAY 19, 2018 » MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK » MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA

GAME 55 » WEST VIRGINIA 12, NO. 6 TEXAS TECH 4 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

Baylor West Virginia

MAY 25, 2018 » CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK » OKLAHOMA CITY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

R H E 6 11 2 2 7 2

Record (32-19, 13-11 Big 12) (27-25, 9-15 Big 12)

Win - Phillips (6-1) Loss - Myers (1-2) Save - None HR - None T - 3:05 A - 2,001 W - Cloudy, 70, Wind In from L 8 MPH

West Virginia Texas Tech

Save - None

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 4 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

R H E 12 15 1 4 7 5

Record (29-26) (39-17)

Win - Kessler (4-0) Loss - Martin (6-5) Save - None HR - None T - 3:40 A - 7,583 W - Partly Cloudy, 81

GAME 53 » W  EST VIRGINIA 8, NO. 20 OKLAHOMA STATE 5 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

GAME 56 » TCU 7, WEST VIRGINIA 3 - BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

MAY 23, 2018 » CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK » OKLAHOMA CITY

MAY 26, 2018 » CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK » OKLAHOMA CITY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 Oklahoma State 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0

R H E 8 13 4 5 10 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 West Virginia 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 TCU 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 x

Win - Myers (2-2) Loss - Battenfield (2-3) HR - None T - 3:56 A - 4,495

Save - Zarbnisky (2)

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MAY 24, 2018 » CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK » OKLAHOMA CITY

Record (28-25) (29-23-1)

Win - King (2-2) Loss - Strowd (4-7) HR - None T - 3:06 A - 5,458

R H E 3 9 0 7 10 0

Save - None

Record (29-27) (33-22)


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MOUNTAINEER

BASEBALL

TEAM HITTING RECORDS (Since 1959) GAMES 1. 62 2. 61 3. 59 4. 58 58 58

TOTAL BASES 2017 1994 2013 1996 2006 2016

AT-BATS 1. 2,136 2. 2,078 3. 2,018 4. 2,001 5. 1,983

2017 2006 2013 2010 1994

HITS 1. 704 2. 689 3. 685 4. 657 5. 656

2006 2009 1998 1994 2008

RUNS 1. 525 2. 496 3. 477 4. 452 5. 430

2009 1998 2008 2006 1994

1. 1,080 2. 1,005 3. 1,004 4. 985 5. 980

EXTRA-BASE HITS 1. 242 2. 216 3. 205 4. 201 201

1. .564 2. .528 3. .524 4. .523 5. .515

2006 1998 1994 2009 2017

DOUBLES 1. 161 2. 135 135 4. 134 5. 129

2009 2008 2010 1998 2005

TRIPLES 1. 30 2. 21 21 4. 18 18

2008 1963 2016 1994 2017

HOME RUNS 1. 76 2. 69 3. 68 4. 61 5. 60

2003 1997 2009 1985 1988

RBI 1. 491 2. 444 3. 442 4. 404 5. 393

2009 2008 1998 2006 1997

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WALKS 1964 1986 2018 1998 2014

SACRIFICE BUNTS 1. 88 2. 85 3. 77 4. 74 5. 73 73

2009 2003 1985 2008 1998

SACRIFICE FLIES

1987 1986 1989 1988 1990

HIT BY PITCH

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. .475 2. .471 3. .469 4. .460 5. .450

1. 155 2. 114 3. 95 4. 86 5. 80

2009 2008 2005 2003 2010

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

SINGLES 1. 518 2. 492 3. 475 4. 447 5. 445

STOLEN BASES 2009 2006 2008 1998 2003

1. 38 2. 33 2. 29 4. 28 5. 26

1. 89 2. 83 3. 74 4. 71 5. 61

1. 257 2. 240 3. 230 230 5. 226

2017 2016 1988 2018 1987

WALKS PER AT-BAT 2009 2011 2010 2008 2007 2012

2008 2016 2009 1998 2017

2009 2011 2008 2012 2013

1. 5.11 2. 5.16 3. 5.47 4. 5.48 5. 5.61

1988 1987 1994 2009 2003

STRIKEOUTS 1. 453 2. 432 3. 397 397 5. 380

2017 2015 1999 2018 2016

STRIKEOUTS PER AT-BAT 1. 4.13 2. 4.23 3. 4.24 4. 4.32 5. 4.37

1964 1973 1970 2015 1971


INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS GAMES PLAYED SEASON 1. 3. 6. 7. 8.

Kyle Davis (2017) Jackson Cramer (2017) Mark Landers (1994) Andy Srebroski (1994) Darius Hill (2017) Jimmy Galusky (2017) Ryan McBroom (2013) Marvin Randall (1994) Tony Myers (1996) Marvin Randall (1996) David Carpenter (2006) Justin Jenkins (2006) Tyler Kuhn (2006) Kyle Matuszek (2006) Doug Nelms (2006) Stan Posluszny (2006) Adam White (2006) Brady Wilson (2013) Darius Hill (2016) Cole Austin (2017)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 3. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 4. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 5. Brady Wilson (2010-13) 6. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) 7. Kirk Taylor (1994-97) Stan Posluszny (2003-06) 9. Josh Williamson (1994-97) 10. Mark Landers (1991-94) Marvin Randall (1993-96)

AT-BATS 62 62 61 61 61 60 59 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 220 213 210 207 206 204 200 200 197 193 193

GAMES STARTED SEASON 1. 2. 6.

Kyle Davis (2017) Mark Landers (1994) Andy Srebroski (1994) Darius Hill (2017) Jackson Cramer (2017) Justin Jenkins (2006) Tyler Kuhn (2006) Kyle Matuszek (2006) Doug Nelms (2006) Stan Posluszny (2006) Adam White (2006) Darius Hill (2016) Jimmy Galusky (2017) Cole Austin (2017)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 3. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 5. Kirk Taylor (1994-97) 6. Mark Landers (1991-94) Brady Wilson (2010-13) 8. Josh Williamson (1994-97) Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 10. Stan Posluszny (2003-06)

62 61 61 61 61 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 220 207 201 201 191 189 189 187 187 185

TEAM GAME

at Coastal Carolina - 2/25/2017

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Don Porter (vs. Maryland – 4/30/1973) Matt Hart (vs. Notre Dame – 5/3/1998)

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Doug Nelms (2006) Tyler Kuhn (2006) Justin Jenkins (2006) Darius Hill (2017) Cole Austin (2017) Stan Posluszny (2006) Darius Hill (2018) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Jedd Gyorko (2010) Dom Hayes (2010)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 3. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 4. Brady Wilson (2010-13) 5. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) 6. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 7. Darius Hill (2016-18) 8. Josh Williamson (1994-97) 9. Stan Posluszny (2003-06) 10. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10)

56 8 8

255 252 251 244 242 241 240 238 236 236 906 766 756 743 726 711 703 701 700 696

BATTING AVERAGE

SEASON (MIN. 75 AT-BATS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Dan DiBartolomeo (2009) .439 Bob Bernardo (1984) .430 Joe McNamee (1998) .429 Paul Popovich (1960) .426 Steve Rolen (1989) .425 Tyler Kuhn (2008) .424 Jedd Gyorko (2009) .421 Vince Belnome (2009) .418 Greg Gilbert (1984) .417 Jamie Hammond (1998) .417

CAREER (MIN. 150 AT-BATS & 2 SEASONS) 1. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) .404 2. Darrell Whitmore (1989-90) .392 3. Jeff Battaglia (1985-86) .389 4. Vince Belnome (2007-09) .388 5. Lance Williams (1998-99) .387 6. Jamie Hammond (1997-98) .383 7. Steve Rolen (1986-89) .380 8. Lee Fritz (2002-05) .378 9. Joe McNamee (1995-98) .374 10. Matt Hart (1997-98) .372

MARK LANDERS CAREER

HITS

TEAM GAME

vs. New Jersey Tech - 3/8/2009

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Vince Belnom (vs. Cincinnati – 5/10/2009)

SEASON

1. Tyler Kuhn (2008) 2. Jedd Gyorko (2009) 3. Jedd Gyorko (2008) 4. Justin Jenkins (2006) 5. Tyler Kuhn (2006) 6. Mark Landers (1994) 7. Dan DiBartolomeo (2009) Jedd Gyorko (2010) 9. Vince Belnome (2009) 10. Lee Fritz (2003)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 3. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 4. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 5. Josh Williamson (1994-97) 6. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 7. Lee Fritz (2002-05) 8. Darius Hill (2016-18) 9. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 10. Stan Posluszny (2003-06)

32 6

101 96 95 94 92 91 90 90 89 88 324 281 253 251 244 232 230 229 225 223

RUNS

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Justin Parks (2009) Austin Markel (2009) Jedd Gyorko (2009) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Jedd Gyorko (2010) Kevin Olkowski (1998) Vince Belnome (2009) Josh Williamson (1997) Justin Jenkins (2006) Jedd Gyorko (2008)

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76 75 74 71 71 68 66 62 62 62

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) Josh Williamson (1994-97) Austin Markel (2006-09) Justin Parks (2006-09) Bobby Watts (1983-86) Vince Belnome (2007-09) Justin Jenkins (2005-07) Greg Gilbert (1984-87) Tim McCabe (2000-03)

219 207 177 173 173 167 164 158 152 152

SINGLES

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Babe Barna (vs. St. Vincent - 5/18/1935) Tim McCabe (2000) (vs. St. John’s - 3/26/2000)

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Justin Jenkins (2007) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Jedd Gyorko (2008) Mark Landers (1994) Austin Markel (2009) Justin Parks (2009) Andy Srebroski (1994) Jedd Gyorko (2010) Lee Fritz (2003) Dan DiBartolomeo (2009)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 3. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 4. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 5. Austin Markel (2006-09) 6. Justin Parks (2006-09) 7. Josh Williamson (1994-97) 8. Lee Fritz (2002-05) 9. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) 10. Stan Posluszny (2003-06)

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MOUNTAINEER DOUBLES

TEAM GAME

vs. Coppin State - 4/21/1998

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Matt Hart (vs. Coppin State – 4/21/1998)

SEASON

1. Jedd Gyorko (2009) Jedd Gyorko (2010) 3. Joe McNamee (1998) 4. Justin Jenkins (2006) 5. Justin Jenkins (2005) Matt Frazer (2012) 7. Mark Landers (1994) Stan Posluszny (2006) Dom Hayes (2010) 10. Justin Jenkins (2007) Grant Buckner (2009)

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) Justin Jenkins (2005-07) Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) Stan Posluszny (2003-06) Grant Buckner (2008-11) Mark Landers (1991-94) Darius Hill (2016-18) Josh Williamson (1994-97) Vince Belnome (2007-09) Ryan McBroom (2011-14)

SEASON 14 4

28 28 27 25 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 73 69 65 58 58 57 54 53 51 51

TRIPLES

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Kemper Shelton (vs. Cincinnati – 4/22/1908)

BASEBALL

1. 2. 3. 9.

Austin Markel (2008) Austin Markel (2009) Jim Procopio (1963) Bobby Watts (1985) Tyler Kuhn (2005) Joe Agreste (2008) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Kyle Gray (2017) Ed Lenert (1955) Dale Ramsburg (1963) John Hale (1971) Paul Prosser (1989) Andy Srebroski (1994)

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

Austin Markel (2006-09) Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) Kyle Gray (2016-18) Bobby Watts (1983-86) Jim Procopio (1962-63) Larry Myers (1969-72) Josh Williamson (1994-97) Charley McKown (1953-56) Steve Berzansky (1961, 63-64) Bill Marovic (1963-65) Joe Agreste (2008-09)

17 16 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8

HOME RUNS TEAM GAME

at Duquesne - 1997

TEAM INNING

vs. Stone Hill - 3/12/1985 3

8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

INDVIDUAL GAME

7 5

Bill Biddle 4 (vs. Quantico Marines – 5/9/1947)

SEASON

1. Mark Landers (1994) Jedd Gyorko (2010) 3. Kirk Taylor (1997) 4. Joe McNamee (1997) Austin Markel (2009) 6. Bob Bernardo (1985) Kyle Gray (2018) 8. Joe McNamee (1998) Kurtis Clinton (2003) 10. Jon Szynal (1988) Steve Rolen (1989) Bill Reep (1992) Tony Myers (1995) Justin Jenkins (2005) Stan Posluszny (2005) Justin Parks (2009) Ryan McBroom (2013)

CAREER 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Tim McCabe (2000-03) Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) Stan Posluszny (2003-06) Justin Jenkins (2005-07) Mark Landers (1991-94) Joe McNamee (1995-98) Ryan McBroom (2011-14) Jackson Cramer (2014-17) Steve Rolen (1986-89) Austin Markel (2006-09)

19 19 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 35 35 33 33 32 30 29 29 28 28

RBI

TEAM GAME

vs. Coppin State - 4/21/1998

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Grant Buckner (vs. Notre Dame – 5/8/2010)

31 10

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

Vince Belnome (2009) Mark Landers (1994) Joe McNamee (1998) Vince Belnome (2008) Jedd Gyorko (2008) Bob Bernardo (1985) Stan Posluszny (2006) Mark Landers (1993) Brad Elwood (1998) Dan DiBartolomeo (2009)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08 2. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 3. Stan Posluszny (2003-06) Vince Belnome (2007-09) 5. Mark Landers (1991-94) 6. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 7. Austin Markel (2006-09) 8. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 9. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 10. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04)

84 81 66 66 63 60 60 59 59 59 188 178 174 174 167 162 156 152 149 143

TOTAL BASES

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Bill Biddle 18 (vs. Quantico Marines – 5/9/1947)

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jedd Gyorko (2010) Mark Landers (1994) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Joe McNamee (1998) Jedd Gyorko (2009) Justin Jenkins (2006) Austin Markel (2009) Jedd Gyorko (2008) Kirk Taylor (1997) Justin Jenkins (2005) Justin Jenkins (2007)

CAREER

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 2. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 3. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 4. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 5. Stan Posluszny (2003-06) 6. Mark Landers (1991-94) 7. Austin Markel (2006-09) 8. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 9. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 10. Jackson Cramer (2014-17)

177 170 157 152 150 149 144 142 140 140 140 481 469 429 400 384 373 365 363 357 344

EXTRA-BASE HITS TEAM GAME

vs. Coppin State - 4/21/1998

18

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Bill Biddle 5 (vs. Quantico Marines - 5/9/1947)

SEASON

1. Jedd Gyorko (2010) 2. Joe McNamee (1998) 3. Mark Landers (1994) 4. Jedd Gyorko (2009) 5. Justin Jenkins (2005) 6. Justin Jenkins (2006) Justin Jenkins (2007) 8. Kirk Taylor (1997) Austin Markel (2009) 10. Stan Posluszny (2006) Tyler Kuhn (2008)

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48 42 41 37 36 35 35 33 33 32 32


CAREER

1. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 2. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 3. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 4. Stan Posluszny (2003-06) 5. Mark Landers (1991-94) 6. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 7. Austin Markel (2006-09) 8. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 9. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 10. Tim McCabe (2000-03)

113 106 101 93 89 83 82 81 80 79

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE SEASON (MIN. 75 AT-BATS)

1. Steve Rolen (1989) .828 2. Joe McNamee (1998) .796 3. Mark Landers (1994) .776 4. Darrell Whitmore (1990) .757 5. Jedd Gyorko (2010) .750 6. Bill Reep (1992) .740 7. Austin Markel (2009) .696 8. Kirk Taylor (1997) .693 9. Jerry Mahoney (1977) .690 10. Bob Bernardo (1985) .683

CAREER (MIN. 150 AT-BATS & 2 SEASONS) 1. Darrell Whitmore (1989-90) .678 2. Bob Bernardo (1984-85) .675 3. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) .674 4. Steve Rolen (1986-89) .635 5. Joe McNamee (1995-98) .626 6. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) .625 7. Ravi Shibley (1990-91) .618 8. Jon Szynal (1987-88) .607 9. Jerry Mahoney (1976-77) .605 10. Bill Reep (1988-92) .591

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE SEASON (MIN. 75 AT-BATS)

1. Craig Riffe (1988) .649 2. Ravi Shibley (1990) .563 3. Steven Rolen (1989) .560 4. Darrell Whitmore (1990) .559 5. Greg Gilbert (1984) .546 6. Paul Prosser (1990) .534 7. Bobby Watts (1986) .533 8. Jeff Battaglia (1986) .529 9. Tom Perry (1989) .526 10. Steven Rolen (1987) .524

CAREER (M IN. 150 AT-BATS & 2 SEASONS) 1. Darrell Whitmore (1989-90) .481 2. Vince Belnome (2007-09) .477 3. Jon Szynal (1987-88) .471 Ravi Shibley (1990-91) .471 5. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) .470 6. Jeff Battaglia (1985-86) .466 7. Jeff Wilson (1979-82) .464 8. Lance Williams (1998-99) .460 9. Vic Rabbits (1982-85) .459 10. Joe McNamee (1995-98) .458

STOLEN BASES

INDIVIDUAL GAME

Babe Barna (vs. St. Vincent – 5/22/1937)

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 6. 7.

Mickey Mamarella (1986) Tim Neumark (1999) Bill Marovic (1963) Bill Marovic (1964) Braden Zarbnisky (2018) Bobby Boyd (2012) Brandon White (2018)

5

29 28 27 27 27 23 22

8. Bill Marovic (1965) Greg Gilbert (1986) Brady Wilson (2013)

CAREER

1. Bill Marovic (1963-65) 2. Bobby Boyd (2012-14) 3. Brady Wilson (2010-13) 4. Kirk Taylor (1994-97) Jarod Rine (2001-03) Braden Zarbnisky (2016-18) 7. Tim Neumark (1999-00) 8. Mickey Mamarella (1984-87) Josh Williamson (1994-97) 10. Jim Procopio (1962-63) Brandon White (2017-18)

20 20 20 74 58 45 42 42 42 40 36 36 35 35

SACRIFICE BUNTS SEASON

1. Justin McDavid (2011) 2. Jason Pape (2007) 3. Tobias Streich (2009) Colin Durborow (2010) 5. Adam White (2006) Dan DiBartolomeo (2009) 7. Tim Neumark (1999) Brady Wilson (2011) Bobby Boyd (2012) 10. Lee Fritz (2004) Casey Bowling (2006) Austin Markel (2007) Justin Parks (2009) Mark Dvoroznak (2010) Dom Hayes (2010) Jimmy Galusky (2017)

CAREER

1. Justin Parks (2006-09) 2. Bobby Boyd (2011-14) 3. Austin Markel (2006-09) Mark Dvoroznak (2008-11) 5. Brady Wilson (2010-13) 6. Travis D’Amico (2002-05) Dan DiBartolomeo (2008-11) 8. Jason Frushour (1994-97) 9. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 10. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08)

18 17 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 33 31 30 30 29 27 27 26 25 24

SACRIFICE FLIES SEASON 1. 2. 4. 7.

John Kuzemchak (1987) Todd Brock (1999) Ryan McBroom (2014) Tyler Kuhn (2008) Ivan Gonzalez (2016) Cole Austin (2017) Bob Bernardo (1984) Gus Morande (1986) Mickey Mamarella (1987) Jason Frushour (1997) Kirk Taylor (1997) Kevin Olkowski (2000) Lee Fritz (2005) Tyler Kuhn (2006) Tyler Kuhn (2007) Jedd Gyorko (2008) Austin Markel (2008) Dan DiBartolomeo (2009) Jedd Gyorko (2009) Matt Frazer (2012) Darius Hill (2016) Darius Hill (2018)

8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9.

Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) Ryan McBroom (2011-14) Kirk Taylor (1994-97) Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) Darius Hill (2016-18) Austin Markel (2006-09) Dan DiBartolomeo (2008-11) Ivan Gonzalez (2016-18) Todd Brock (1999-00) Lee Fritz (2002-05) Grant Buckner (2008-11)

20 18 14 14 12 11 11 11 10 10 10

SEASON

Jeremy Gum (2011) Justin Parks (2009) Justin Parks (2008) Chris Rasky (2012) Dan DiBartolomeo (2008) Austin Markel (2009) Grant Buckner (2010) Chris Rasky (2011) Justin Jenkins (2006) Colin Durborow (2010)

23 18 17 17 16 15 15 14 13 13

CAREER

1. Dan DiBartolomeo (2008-11) 2. Justin Parks (2006-09) 3. Grant Buckner (2008-11) 4. Chris Rasky (2010-13) 5. Ray Guerrini (2014-16) 6. Austin Markel (2006-09) 7. Jeremy Gum (2009-11) 8. Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 9. Matt Frazer (2010-13) 10. Tom Perry (1988-90) Ryan McBroom (2011-14)

40 39 37 34 30 29 27 27 25 23 23

WALKS SEASON

1. Kyle Gray (2017) 2. Jedd Gyorko (2010) 3. Vince Belnome (2009) Braden Zarbnisky (2018) 5. Joe McNamee (1998) Kyle Davis (2016) 7. Stan Posluszny (2005) 8. Jon Szynal (1988) Jake Serfass (2003) 10. Kyle Davis (2017)

44 43 42 42 39 39 38 37 37 35

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Vic Rabbits (1982-85) Jackson Cramer (2014-17) Stan Posluszny (2003-06) Kyle Gray (2016-18) Tim McCabe (2000-03) Vince Belnome (2007-09) Bobby Watts (1983-86) Eric Grimm (2000-03) Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) Jedd Gyorko (2008-10)

110 109 102 102 99 93 92 92 92 92

WALKS PER AT-BAT

SEASON (MIN. 75 AT-BATS)

1. Jeff Wilson (1980) 2. Mike Dyer (1964) Mike Darrell (1980) 4. Tom Perry (1989) 5. Larry Kumor (1986) 6. Bill Marovic (1963) 7. Eric Pavelko (1993) 8. Larry Kumor (1983) 9. Greg Gilbert (1984) 10. Bill Marovic (1965) Tom Little (1967)

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1. Tom Little (1965-67) 2. Eric Pavelko (1993-94) 3. Vic Rabbits (1982-85) 4. Mickey Kocur (1974-77) Jeff Wilson (1979-82) 6. Bill Marovic (1963-65) 7. Larry Kumor (1982-86) 8. Jon Szynal (1987-88) 9. Mike Dyer (1963-64) 10. Dale Ramsburg (1963-64)

1/4.09 1/4.10 1/4.25 1/4.34 1/4.34 1/4.41 1/4.52 1/4.66 1/4.74 1/4.77

STRIKEOUTS

HIT BY PITCH 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

CAREER (M IN. 150 AT-BATS & 2 SEASONS)

SEASON 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Jackson Cramer (2017) Jackson Cramer (2016) Kyle Gray (2017) Chad McKown (2005) Jake Serfass (2004) Jimmy Galusky (2017) Chris Schmidt (1999) Austin Markel (2008) Jake Serfass (2003) Stan Posluszny (2006)

CAREER

1. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 2. Chris Schmidt (1999-02) 3. Austin Markel (2006-09) 4. Jimmy Galusky (2016-18) 5. Jake Serfass (2001-04) Kyle Gray (2016-18) 7. Eric Grimm (2000-03) 8. Stan Posluszny (2003-06) 9. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 10. Tim McCabe (2000-03) Kyle Matuszek (2004-06) Brady Wilson (2010-13)

66 59 59 57 56 56 54 52 50 50 207 151 148 142 141 141 134 124 122 115 115 115

STRIKEOUTS PER AT-BAT SEASON (MIN. 75 AT-BATS) 1. Chuck Boggs (1966) 2. Dick Burns (1976) 3. Jason Frushour (1997) 4. Bob Beatty (1974) 5. Mike Scarcella (1985) 6. Chuck Boggs (1967) 7. Josh Cisneros (2001) 8. Matt Schubert (1989) 9. Bobby Watts (1986) 10. Bob Beatty (1975)

1/41.00 1/38.00 1/34.20 1/20.00 1/19.86 1/19.80 1/17.75 1/17.57 1/17.25 1/17.00

CAREER (M IN. 150 AT-BATS & 2 SEASONS)

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

Ed Tekavec (1960-62) Josh Cisneros (2000-01) Jason Frushour (1994-97) Joe Hatalla (1961-63) Chuck Boggs (1965-67) Dick Burns (1974-77) Bob Beatty (1972-75) Tom Shafer (1960-62) Ivan Gonzalez (2016-17) Bobby Watts (1983-86)

1/18.73 1/16.32 1/15.71 1/14.00 1/13.94 1/12.94 1/12.65 1/12.54 1/12.11 1/11.98

1/2.67 1/3.16 1/3.16 1/3.48 1/3.57 1/3.58 1/3.78 1/3.80 1/3.82 1/4.00 1/4.00

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MOUNTAINEER

BASEBALL

FIELDING RECORDS TEAM FIELDING PERCENTAGE 1. .985 2. .976 3. .974 .974 5. .973

1971 2014 1962 2017 2008

TEAM CHANCES 1. 2,272 2. 2,259 3. 2,258 4. 2,196 5. 2,181 2,181

2017 2013 2006 2016 1994 2010

TEAM PUTOUTS 1. 1,653 2. 1,571 3. 1,553 4. 1,518 5. 1,511

2017 2013 2016 2006 2010

TEAM ASSISTS 1. 675 2. 672 3. 625 4. 605 5. 603

1994 2006 1996 2000 1963

TEAM ERRORS 1. 93 2. 92 3. 91 4. 89 5. 86 86

1997 2013 1995 2000 1963 2001

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

CHANCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

Kyle Matuszek (2006) Mark Landers (1994) Ryan McBroom (2013) Kevin Olkowski (2000) Ryan McBroom (2012) Ryan McBroom (2014) Ray Guerrini (2016) Kurtis Clinton (2003) Jackson Cramer (2016) Lance Williams (1999)

PUTOUTS

CAREER (MIN. 140 CHANCES & 2 SEASONS) Dwayne Smith (1998-01) .998 Chase Illig (2017-18) .997 Todd Neff (1997, 99-00) .993 Cam O’Brian (2014-15) .993 Ryan McBroom (2011-14) .992 Tobias Streich (2008-09) .991 Max Nogay (2012-14) .991 Darius Hill (2016-17) .991 Josh Cisneros (2000-01) .989 Adam White (2006-07) .989 Jordan Yost (2007-08) .989

RYAN McBROOM

1,762 1,509 1,465 1,179 1,156 884 884 807 787 780

ASSISTS 1. Jedd Gyorko (2010) 2. Doug Nelms (2006) 3. Tony Myers (1996) 4. Tyler Kuhn (2006) 5. Jamie Hammond (1998) 6. Andy Srebroski (1994) 7. Tyler Kuhn (2008) 8. Grant Psomas (2004) Tyler Kuhn (2007) 10. Tyler Kuhn (2005) Doug Nelms (2005)

192 190 176 170 166 165 158 155 155 154 154

CAREER

SEASON

1. Mark Landers (1994) 2. Kyle Matuszek (2006) 3. Ryan McBroom (2013) 4. Ryan McBroom (2012) 5. Kevin Olkowski (2000) 6. Ryan McBroom (2014) 7. Kurtis Clinton (2003) 8. Ray Guerrini (2016) 9. Paul Prosser (1990) 10. Jackson Cramer (2016)

1. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 2. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) 3. Mark Landers (1991-94) 4. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 5. Paul Prosser (1986-90) 6. Jason Frushour (1994-97) Travis D’Amico (2002-05) 8. Joe Agreste (2008-09) 9. Abe Barker (1995-98) 10. Ivan Gonzalez (2016-18)

SEASON

1. Ryan McBroom (2011-14) 1,886 2. Kurtis Clinton (2001-04) 1,664 3. Mark Landers (1991-94) 1,593 4. Jackson Cramer (2014-17) 1,303 5. Paul Prosser (1986-90) 1,231 6. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 1,104 7. Jason Frushour (1994-97) 999 8. Travis D’Amico (2002-05) 998 9. Ivan Gonzalez (2016-18) 932 10. Joe Agreste (2008-09) 876

1. Dwayne Smith (1999) 1.000 Max Nogay (2012) 1.000 3. Ryan McBroom (2014) .998 4. Mark Landers (1991) .997 Stan Posluszny (2005) .997 Tobias Streich (2008) .997 7. Todd Neff (1999) .996 Ryan McBroom (2012) .996 9. Chase Illig (2017) .995 10. Jim Kavourias (1998) .994 Josh Cisneros (2000) .994

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547 543 538 532 514 504 499 492 487 473

CAREER

SEASON (MIN. 140 CHANCES)

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9.

CAREER

SEASON

503 500 495 482 481 471 452 441 440 437

1. Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 637 2. Jedd Gyorko (2008-10) 475 3. Doug Nelms (2003-06) 414 4. Eric Grimm (2000-03) 401 5. Matt Schubert (1989-92) 388 6. Taylor Munden (2013-15) 387 Jimmy Galusky (2016-18) 387 8. Greg Gilbert (1984-87) 359 9. Tim McCabe (2000-03) 347 10. Grant Psomas (2002-04) 327

ERRORS SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Adrian Dorsey (2001) Tim McCabe (2000) Kevin Olkowski (1998) Grant Psomas (2003) Justin Jenkins (2005) Andy Srebroski (1994) Steve Berzansky (1963) Bobby Watts (1985) Jack Smarslak (1997) Todd Brock (1999)

25 23 22 22 21 20 19 19 19 19

CAREER (MIN. 140 CHANCES & 2 SEASONS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Bobby Watts (1983-86) 60 Tim McCabe (2000-03) 56 Dan Vasalani (1990-93) 49 Taylor Munden (2013-15) 48 Grant Psomas (2002-04) 45 Tyler Kuhn (2005-08) 42 Eric Grimm (2000-03) 41 Kevin Olkowski (1996, 98, 00) 39 Justin Jenkins (2005-07) 39 Vince Belnome (2007-09) 39


PITCHING RECORDS (Since 1959) STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO

1. 2.80 1963 2. 2.71 1964 3. 2.65 2001 4. 2.63 1965 5. 2.52 1998

APPEARANCES

SEASON 1. Jackson Sigman (2017) 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

36 Shane Ennis (2018) 30 Andy Altemus (2010) 29 Blake Smith (2016) 25 Sam Kessler (2018) 25 Pascal Paul (2013) 24 Tristen Hudson (2018) 24 Ashley Shope (1995) 23 23 Braden Zarbnisky (2017) Alek Manoah (2018) 23

CAREER 1. Chris Enourato (2007-10) 72

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GAMES

1. 62 2017 2. 61 1994 3. 59 2013 4. 58 1996 58 2006 58 2016

COMPLETE GAMES

1. 24 2003 2. 23 1987 3. 21 1988 21 1990 5. 20 1973 20 1982 20 1992 20 2002

SHUTOUTS

1. 7 1987 7 1993 3. 6 1997 6 2013 4. 5 1985 5 2003 5 2016

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4.

WINS

1.46 1964 1.84 1966 1.89 1971 2.06 1959 2.06 1963

1. 40 1994 2. 37 1998 37 2009 4. 36 1997 36 2003 36 2006 36 2016 36 2017

LOSSES

1. 32 1995 32 2012 3. 30 2005 30 2010 5. 29 2004

WINNING PERCENTAGE

1. .909 1963 2. .828 1964 3. .788 1966 4. .778 1971 5. .710 1967

Saves

1. 14 1994 2. 13 2016 3. 12 1996 12 2014 12 2018

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

551.0 2017 523.2 2013 517.2 2016 506.0 2006 503.2 2010

STRIKEOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

519 2017 518 2016 462 2018 416 2001 411 1999 411 2015

STRIKEOUTS PER 9 INNINGS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

11.37 1963 10.89 1964 10.72 1971 9.92 1959 9.65 1965

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Jackson Sigman (2015-17) 69 BJ Myers (2015-18) 67 Ryan Tezak (2011-14) 66 Shane Ennis (2015-18) 60 Jeremy Cummings (1996-99) 59 Jim Heise (1953-56) 58 Keith Mathias (1988-91) 58 Corey Walter (2011-14) 58 Shane Rhodes (1998-01) 55

RELIEF APPEARANCES SEASON 1. Jackson Sigman (2017) 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

36 Shane Ennis (2018) 29 Andy Altemus (2010) 28 Blake Smith (2016) 25 Sam kessler (2018) 25 Pascal Paul (2013) 24 Tristen Hudson (2018) 24 Ashley Shope (1995) 23 Braden Zarbnisky (2017) 23 Mike Marz (1994) 22

CAREER 1. Chris Enourato (2007-10) 2. Jackson Sigman (2015-17) 3. Ryan Tezak (2011-14) 4. Shane Ennis (2015-18) 5. Todd Dunham (2002-05) 6. Blake Smith (2015-16) 7. Pascal Paul (2013-14) 8. Andy Altemus (2009-10) 9. Dean Glus (1985-88) Braden Zarbnisky (2016-18)

72 69 66 53 51 45 44 43 42 42

STARTS

SEASON 1. Zac Cline (2003) BJ Myers (2017) 3. Mike Riley (1996) Garrett Zyskowski (1998) Jeremy Cummings (1999) Louie Ross (1999) Andy Berry (2011) Harrison Musgrave (2014) Ross Vance (2015) Chad Donato (2016)

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CAREER 1. Shane Rhodes (1998-01) 49 BJ Myers (2015-18) 49 3. Wes Shaw (1987-90) 45 4. Ryan Williams (1991-94) 42 Matt Yurish (2005-08) 42 6. 7. 8. 9.

Zac Cline (2002-04) Harrison Musgrave (2011, 13-14) Ross Vance (2014-16) Mike Riley (1994-96) Jarryd Summers (2008-10)

41 39 35 34 34

COMPLETE GAMES

SEASON 1. Ken Smith (1986) Ken Smith (1987) Chris Enochs (1997) Billy Biggs (2002) Zac Cline (2003) Zac Cline (2004) 7. John Radosevich (1965) John Holshey (1982) 9. John Radosevich (1964) Steve Kline (1993)

10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8

CAREER 1. Zac Cline (2002-04) 2. Wes Shaw (1987-90) 3. John Radosevich (1963-65) 4. Ken Smith (1986-87) 5. Dan Dolphin (1972-75) Dave Perry (1986-89) 7. Ryan Williams (1991-94) 8. John Holshey (1982-83) 9. Chris Enochs (1995-97) Shane Rhodes (1998-01)

23 22 21 20 17 17 16 15 14 14

SHUTOUTS

SEASON 1. Steve Kline (1993) 2. Rich Schlieper (1985) Dave Perry (1987) Ken Smith (1987) Harrison Musgrave (2013) 6. Mickey Mamarella (1985) Keith Mathias (1991) Dan Barry (1992) Jason Hively (1994) Steve Beller (1997) Chris Enochs (1997) Jeremy Cummings (1999) Billy Biggs (2002) Shawn Miller (2003)

Zac Cline (2004)

CAREER 1. 4.

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MOUNTAINEER EARNED RUN AVERAGE SEASON (MIN. 50 INNINGS PITCHED)

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

Vaughn Kovach (1966) John Radosevich (1964) Paul Chuma (1959) Joe Jeran (1963) Rick Wagener (1971) John Radosevich (1965) Jerry Meadows (1966) Tom Shafer (1962) Dan Dolphin (1974) Sam Brock (1976)

CAREER (MIN. 100 IP & 2 SEASONS)

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

John Radosevich (1963-65) Wes Shaw (1987-90) Tom Shafer (1960-62) Jerry Meadows (1965-67) Rick Wagener (1968-71) Joe Jeran (1961-63) Vaughn Kovach (1964-66) Paul Chuma (1959-60) Dan Dolphin (1972-75) John Holshey (1982-83)

CAREER 0.66 1.00 1.15 1.16 1.20 1.40 1.52 1.53 1.58 1.60

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

Ryan Williams (1994) Chris Enochs (1997) Zac Cline (2003) Ken Smith (1987) Ken Smith (1986) Tom Shafer (1962) John Radosevich (1964) Jerry Meadows (1966) John Holshey (1982) Garrett Zyskowski (1998) Billy Gross (2009) Harrison Musgrave (2013)

1. 2. 4. 6. 8. 9.

Wes Shaw (1987-90) Fulton Woods (1920-23) Ryan Williams (1991-94) *Frank Barron (1913-15) John Radosevich (1963-65) Jim Heise (1953-56) Zac Cline (2002-04) Shane Rhodes (1998-01) Jack Latterner (1916-19) Jerry Meadows (1965-67) Ken Smith (1986-87) Chris Enochs (1995-97)

28 26 26 25 25 24 24 22 21 21 21 21

LOSSES 1.34 1.42 1.69 1.73 1.79 1.85 1.90 2.09 2.65 2.79

WINS

SEASON

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13 12 12 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

SEASON 1. 2. 5. 10.

Jarryd Summers (2010) Jeremy Cummings (1999) David Maust (2001) Dan Dierdorff (2013) Chad Spencer (1995) Billy Biggs (2002) Josh Whitlock (2008) Marshall Thompson (2012) Kade Strowd (2018) Jim Walls (1982) Keith Mathias (1990) John Baggs (1992) Steve Kline (1993) Rich Lodgek (1994) Rich Lodgek (1995) Jason Hively (1996) Steve Beller (1997) Shane Rhodes (1999) Shawn Miller (2004) Andy Altemus (2010) Dan Dierdorff (2012) Corey Walter (2014) Chad Donato (2015)

9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

RICK WAGENER CAREER 1. 2. 5. 7. 9.

Corey Walter (2011-14) Rich Lodgek (1992-95) Shane Rhodes (1998-01) Billy Biggs (1999-02) Jarryd Summers (2008-10) BJ Myers (2015-18) Chad Spencer (1995-97) Dan Dierdorff (2012-13) Keith Mathias (1988-91) Joe Hudson (1990-92) Ryan Williams (1991-94) Jeremy Cummings (1996-99)

20 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 13

WINNING PERCENTAGE

SEASON (MIN. 7 DECISIONS) 1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

John Radosevich (1963) 1.000 Rick Wagener (1971) 1.000 Ken Smith (1986) 1.000 Ryan Williams (1994) .929 Chris Enochs (1997) .923 Ken Smith (1987) .917 Harrison Musgrave (2013) .900 Joe Jeran (1963) .875 Dave Wilson (1963) .875 Dan Barry (1992) .875

CAREER (MIN. 15 DECISIONS & 2 SEASONS)

JOHN RADOSEVICH

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

Ken Smith (1986-87) .955 John Radosevich (1963-65) .862 Rick Wagener (1968-71) .842 Jerry Meadows (1965-67) .778 Vaughn Kovach (1964-66) .762 Chris Enourato (2007-10) .760 Wes Shaw (1987-90) .757 Harrison Musgrave (2011, 13-14) .750 John Holshey (1982-83) .727 Billy Gross (2007-09) .720

SAVES

SEASON 1. 2. 5. 8.

Mike Marz (1994) Ashley Shope (1995) Pascal Paul (2013) Blake Smith (2016) Tony Lehosit (1991) Billy Biggs (2001) Todd Dunham (2005) Chris Enourato (2008) Chris Enourato (2009) Ryan Tezak (2012) Braden Zarbnisky (2017)

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Chris Enourato (2007-10) Mike Marz (1993-94) Billy Biggs (1999-02) Blake Smith (2015-16) Todd Dunham (2002-05) Ryan Tezak (2011-14) Pascal Paul (2013-14) Tony Lehosit (1990-91) Ashley Shope (1994-95) Braden Zarbnisky (2016-18)

10 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 21 14 13 13 12 11 10 8 8 8

INNINGS PITCHED SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Zac Cline (2003) Jeremy Cummings (1999) Jim Heise (1955) Harrison Musgrave (2014) Mike Riley (1996) Andy Berry (2011) Ryan Williams (1994) Billy Biggs (2002) Corey Walter (2012) BJ Myers (2017)

125.2 109.2 106.2 106.1 105.2 103.1 100.3 99.0 98.1 97.2


CAREER

1. BJ Myers (2015-18) 2. Shane Rhodes (1998-01) 3. Jim Heise (1953-56) 4. Zac Cline (2002-04) 5. Wes Shaw (1987-90) 6. Corey Walter (2011-14) 7. Ryan Williams (1991-94) 8. Harrison Musgrave (2011, 13-14) 9. Matt Yurish (2005-08) 10. Ross Vance (2014-16)

305.1 304.2 283.1 282.2 276.4 266.2 265.0 258.1 247.2 246.1

STRIKEOUTS

INDIVIDUAL GAME

John Radosevich (vs. Waynesburg – 4/16/1964)

SEASON

1. John Radosevich (1964) 2. John Radosevich (1965) 3. Paul Chuma (1959) 4. Jeremy Cummings (1999) 5. Jim Heise (1955) Chad Donato (2016) 7. Frank Barron (1915) 8. Jerry Meadows (1967) 9. Zac Cline (2003) 10. Jarryd Summers (2009)

CAREER

1. John Radosevich (1963-65) 2. Shane Rhodes (1998-01) 3. Jim Heise (1953-56) 4. Paul Chuma (1958-60) 5. *Fulton Woods (1920-23) 6. *Frank Barron (1913-15) 7. Matt Yurish (2005-08) 8. BJ Myers (2015-18) 9. Wes Shaw (1987-90) 10. Jerry Meadows (1965-67)

338 284 277 275 263 257 247 245 243 226

STRIKEOUTS PER 9 INNINGS 22

123 120 119 116 111 111 108 105 101 99

SEASON (MIN. 50 INNINGS PITCHED) 1. John Radosevich (1963) 2. John Radosevich (1965) 3. Paul Chuma (1959) 4. John Radosevich (1964) 5. Jerry Meadows (1967) 6. Rick Wagener (1971) 7. Wendall Backus (1963) 8. Joe Jeran (1963) 9. Jackson Sigman (2017) 10. Kim West (1972)

15.00 14.03 13.73 13.67 13.29 12.60 12.24 11.30 11.26 10.89

CAREER (MIN. 100 INNINGS PITCHED & 2 SEASONS) 1. John Radosevich (1963-65) 2. Rick Wagener (1968-71) 3. Jerry Meadows (1965-67) 4. Vaughn Kovach (1964-66) 5. Braden Zarbnisky (2016-18) 6. Chris Enourato (2007-10) 7. Matt Yurish (2005-08) 8. Chad Donato (2014-16) 9. Jarryd Summers (2008-10) 10. Tom Shafer (1960-62)

14.15 11.13 10.27 9.71 9.25 9.05 8.99 8.62 8.52 8.42

CAREER (MIN. 100 INNINGS PITCHED & 2 SEASONS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

John Radosevich (1963-65) Chad Donato (2014-16) Billy Biggs (1999-02) Chris Enourato (2007-10) David Maust (2000-01) Tom Shafer (1960-62) Louie Ross (1998-99) Joe Jeran (1961-63) Clayton Ewen (2001-02) Brian Tarajack (2000-01)

4.63/1 4.59/1 3.76/1 3.44/1 3.38/1 3.09/1 2.79/1 2.69/1 2.66/1 2.66/1

STRIKEOUT TO WALK RATIO SEASON (MIN. 50 INNINGS PITCHED) 1. Louie Ross (1998) 2. Chad Donato (2016) 3. Joe Jeran (1963) 4. Wes Shaw (1989) 5. Shane Rhodes (2000) 6. John Radosevich (1963) 7. John Radosevich (1965) 8. John Radosevich (1964) 9. Jeremy Cummings (1999) 10. Billy Biggs (2002)

6.64/1 5.55/1 5.20/1 5.08/1 4.88/1 4.75/1 4.62/1 4.56/1 4.30/1 4.11/1

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MOUNTAINEER

BASEBALL

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM HITTING STATS (Since 1959) YEAR G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG% BB HP SO OB% SF SH SB SBA PO A E FLD% 1959 25 .251 802 134 201 26 16 3 115 .334 112 - 168 - - - 33 - 615 229 66 .927 1960 26 .238 849 134 202 24 7 8 114 .311 116 - 144 - - - 45 - 675 258 53 .946 1961 27 .283 837 164 237 - - - 137 - - - - - - - - - - - - .952 1962 27 .288 875 156 252 32 11 10 125 .384 109 17 126 - - - 44 - 693 284 33 .974 1963 33 .291 1021 238 297 44 21 13 188 .413 165 14 187 - - - 74 - 798 603 86 .942 1964 29 .284 850 181 241 45 17 7 135 .401 155 7 206 - - - 155 - 685 466 67 .945 1965 28 .240 802 118 192 21 15 6 94 .325 130 - 172 - - - 56 - 666 239 58 .940 1966 33 .283 918 173 260 41 12 8 139 .380 134 - 161 - - - 76 - - - - 1967 31 .268 889 163 239 26 10 7 128 .344 96 - 142 - - - 29 - - - - 1968 17 .235 472 79 111 14 5 5 55 .318 36 - 70 - - - 19 - - - - 1969 19 .266 572 89 152 28 9 2 74 .357 65 - 108 - - - 28 - - - - 1970 17 .230 479 66 110 10 7 4 60 .305 74 - 113 - - - - - - - - 1971 27 .262 799 139 209 19 13 5 102 .337 101 - 183 - - - 35 - 737 235 15 .985 1972 20 .225 592 70 133 19 5 10 63 .324 75 - 117 - - - 18 - 481 165 52 .927 1973 21 .244 639 96 156 23 2 7 82 .319 85 - 151 - - - 17 - - - - 1974 25 .265 780 116 207 31 12 3 94 .347 128 - 158 - - - 28 - - - - 1975 28 .265 816 138 214 31 9 5 108 .341 133 - 153 - - - 24 - - - - 1976 33 .274 987 175 270 46 9 17 151 .390 164 - 131 - - - 38 - 761 329 38 .966 1977 28 .278 782 143 217 41 5 15 117 .400 143 - 146 - - - 39 - - - - 1978 25 .282 735 161 208 32 8 13 132 .401 93 - 103 - - - 24 - - - - 1979 22 .281 619 124 174 27 3 9 82 .378 96 5 107 - - - 21 - 438 176 43 .935 1980 28 .280 789 149 221 31 4 20 119 .406 153 16 127 - - - 28 - 602 160 29 .963 1981 35 .258 937 154 242 40 7 26 128 .399 133 3 178 - - - 35 - 737 306 57 .948 1982 47 .271 1312 221 355 50 9 33 191 .398 158 12 160 - 5 40 29 - 845 369 64 .950 1983 32 .325 936 259 304 57 8 13 222 .444 183 7 123 - 17 15 17 - 669 299 77 .926 1984 33 .336 1037 295 348 65 7 18 253 .464 185 15 136 - 20 6 35 - 732 246 53 .949 1985 42 .319 1349 336 431 67 13 61 292 .524 203 11 166 - 11 27 21 - 856 384 61 .953 1986 39 .328 1212 307 398 67 10 32 258 .479 182 21 156 .471 11 25 114 134 884 385 48 .964 1987 47 .329 1398 329 460 89 9 46 289 .504 226 12 148 .475 25 27 36 56 1027 375 52 .964 1988 51 .308 1507 342 464 74 9 60 306 .488 230 23 212 .460 16 25 52 71 1137 414 78 .952 1989 42 .298 1220 292 363 65 12 36 271 .459 198 26 165 .469 4 14 48 60 914 348 56 .958 1990 53 .299 1601 357 479 100 10 44 317 .457 214 39 247 .450 22 33 49 63 1174 518 66 .962 1991 41 .311 1187 256 369 76 5 47 231 .502 157 15 192 .434 8 32 24 40 855 391 52 .960 1992 47 .291 1391 275 405 102 4 41 243 .459 160 23 229 .411 14 21 17 28 1027 400 65 .956 1993 54 .288 1641 325 472 86 3 49 277 .433 202 29 298 .416 16 32 33 59 1232 560 77 .959 1994 61 .331 1983 430 657 114 18 50 393 .483 222 24 308 .447 22 46 60 82 1434 675 72 .967 1995 50 .290 1560 261 452 69 15 29 237 .409 154 16 249 .357 13 33 62 83 1151 527 91 .949 1996 58 .310 1863 353 578 108 10 32 302 .430 191 21 263 .378 17 60 79 106 1410 625 74 .965 1997 55 .335 1766 404 591 88 8 69 363 .511 191 32 267 .405 23 59 71 104 1325 562 93 .953 1998 55 .358 1914 496 685 134 11 48 442 .515 214 33 281 .426 28 46 86 114 1378 583 85 .958 1999 57 .297 1829 339 544 100 3 44 310 .428 186 42 397 .372 17 61 67 98 1414 590 75 .964 2000 53 .309 1768 313 547 94 6 21 277 .405 149 46 300 .373 24 65 73 94 1325 605 89 .956 2001 53 .286 1647 242 471 87 5 28 228 .396 143 34 314 .353 11 52 44 73 1294 533 86 .955 2002 50 .295 1621 275 479 78 3 37 253 .416 188 34 293 .377 16 48 53 78 1240 477 66 .963 2003 55 .334 1856 406 619 117 8 76 369 .528 217 34 315 .410 17 43 44 58 1357 554 73 .963 2004 52 .303 1711 285 519 107 6 45 260 .452 177 29 322 .376 12 51 50 70 1291 540 61 .968 2005 55 .308 1826 356 562 129 17 59 325 .494 164 37 326 .373 18 49 18 30 1353 587 68 .966 2006 58 .393 2078 452 704 123 11 52 404 .484 182 50 306 .401 25 72 67 82 1518 672 68 .970 2007 51 .317 1712 363 543 111 8 45 332 .470 195 49 297 .398 23 73 53 66 1299 556 55 .971 2008 56 .341 1921 477 656 135 30 51 444 .523 185 74 322 .413 38 74 37 50 1443 561 56 .973 2009 55 .360 1914 525 689 161 13 68 491 .564 219 89 250 .443 29 88 24 36 1386 550 69 .966 2010 57 .305 2001 377 611 135 7 59 346 .468 187 54 354 .376 22 77 33 45 1511 596 74 .966 2011 55 .300 1830 326 549 94 8 35 294 .417 150 83 286 .375 23 85 33 47 1422 590 58 .972 2012 55 .264 1759 262 464 91 5 25 227 .364 166 71 349 .347 24 73 47 69 1417 572 57 .972 2013 59 .275 2018 295 555 96 11 32 264 .381 165 61 339 .345 21 31 68 106 1571 596 92 .959 2014 54 .287 1883 271 540 87 8 24 248 .380 170 51 315 .358 20 29 80 108 1435 558 49 .976 2015 54 .266 1865 276 496 102 9 49 252 .409 182 42 432 .342 16 28 57 82 1448 556 74 .964 2016 58 .287 1959 341 563 116 21 42 312 .432 240 37 380 .370 33 49 64 102 1553 568 75 .966 2017 62 .287 2136 370 613 97 18 53 331 .424 257 32 453 .368 26 46 73 110 1653 561 58 .974 2018 56 .280 1926 319 540 105 16 46 287 .423 230 35 397 .364 21 31 95 131 1476 493 81 .960 Bold indicates category best

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM PITCHING STATS (Since 1959) YEAR G W L ERA CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG WP HP BK 1959 25 16 9 2.06 - - - 205.0 165 87 47 112 226 - - - - 24 10 1960 26 17 9 2.72 - - - 225.0 161 105 68 150 229 - - - - 11 10 1961 27 17 10 2.71 - - - 219.0 170 94 66 133 180 - - - - - - 1962 27 17 9 2.34 11 - - 231.0 164 80 60 94 188 - - 3 - 18 5 1 1963 33 30 3 2.06 12 - - 266.0 187 107 61 120 336 - - - - 9 16 3 11 - - 228.1 151 82 37 102 276 - - - - 14 8 1 1964 29 24 5 1.46 1965 28 19 9 2.24 16 - - 221.0 157 94 55 90 237 - - - - 10 12 1966 33 26 7 1.84 11 - - 253.0 178 81 58 122 231 - - - - - - 1967 31 22 9 2.81 8 - - 239.2 168 110 75 141 235 - - - - - - 1968 17 9 8 2.78 6 - - 125.2 92 53 39 71 129 - - - - - - 1969 19 12 6 2.27 7 - - 146.0 84 62 37 57 120 - - - - - - 31 57 124 - - - - - - 1970 17 12 5 2.08 17 - - 134.0 89 43 1971 27 21 6 1.89 12 - - 204.0 129 71 43 115 243 - - - - 10 8 1972 20 10 10 2.20 9 - - 159.2 127 66 39 72 159 - - - - 7 3 1973 21 8 12 3.91 20 - - 181.2 152 102 79 103 151 - - - - 2 12 1974 25 12 13 3.04 8 - - 186.1 150 116 63 111 149 - - - - 6 11 1975 28 10 18 6.40 7 - - 204.0 267 206 145 102 114 - - - - 22 8 1976 33 21 12 4.29 13 - - 253.2 261 151 121 139 131 - - - - 14 6 1977 28 10 18 4.21 14 - - 201.0 190 127 94 118 148 - - - - 18 9 1978 25 15 10 3.83 4 - - 178.2 166 89 76 80 164 - - - - 10 5 1979 22 9 12 4.59 6 - 3 146.0 134 93 74 91 71 - - - - 14 4 1980 28 12 14 5.80 11 0 1 203.1 215 155 131 144 152 - - 9 - 5 9 1981 35 17 18 4.65 16 3 3 247.2 242 173 128 192 171 - - 18 - 26 10 1982 47 24 23 5.35 20 - - 334.7 409 272 199 189 173 - - 27 - 4 4 1983 32 22 10 3.75 14 3 1 223.0 231 142 93 108 137 - - 15 - 12 9 1984 33 22 11 5.24 10 4 2 244.0 275 189 142 159 152 - - 21 - 21 16 1985 42 27 16 5.55 17 5 7 322.1 351 246 199 223 164 - - 33 - 17 2 1986 39 24 14 5.20 16 0 4 294.1 333 208 170 177 154 53 5 32 .293 24 11 0 1987 47 32 15 4.18 23 7 2 342.2 377 203 159 142 205 72 5 31 .284 12 11 0 1988 51 33 17 5.30 21 3 2 382.1 419 274 225 173 247 53 6 56 .275 22 18 2 1989 42 26 13 4.57 17 3 4 305.1 290 201 155 168 220 49 1 37 .254 12 20 1 1990 53 33 20 4.04 21 3 8 396.2 388 241 178 179 263 76 7 28 .257 9 19 1 1991 41 20 20 5.99 14 4 7 291.1 289 224 194 228 187 37 1 36 .261 31 27 0 1992 47 24 23 4.85 20 4 6 343.1 391 247 185 181 267 67 1 35 .286 35 20 4 1993 54 29 25 4.50 18 7 7 412.0 389 266 206 237 321 70 8 43 .254 38 43 5 1994 61 40 21 4.27 15 2 14 478.0 476 285 227 289 325 71 8 40 .267 44 37 2 1995 50 18 32 6.92 8 1 10 383.2 435 375 295 342 291 66 8 39 .288 6 25 1996 58 33 25 5.48 13 2 12 470.0 524 344 286 286 361 72 11 39 .285 43 19 6 1997 55 36 19 5.30 17 6 10 441.2 496 341 260 245 410 101 13 30 .282 69 34 2 1998 55 37 17 4.45 17 0 11 459.1 487 279 227 161 405 92 7 39 .271 36 30 3 1999 57 29 28 4.43 9 2 8 471.1 501 300 232 233 411 80 3 35 .274 31 29 4 2000 53 25 28 4.46 10 1 6 441.2 524 277 219 142 358 97 5 24 .296 34 26 7 2001 53 27 26 4.28 11 2 11 431.1 459 264 205 157 416 91 12 17 .274 33 42 4 2002 50 24 26 5.16 20 4 7 413.1 448 281 237 175 358 84 10 34 .273 39 38 5 2003 55 36 19 4.80 24 5 5 452.1 480 307 241 225 355 92 8 29 .275 52 53 7 2004 52 23 29 5.67 14 3 4 430.1 494 324 271 241 312 96 12 26 .291 59 56 7 2005 55 25 30 5.87 5 1 10 451.0 520 347 294 251 280 103 15 30 .295 47 54 9 2006 58 36 22 4.73 5 4 11 506.0 528 313 266 255 400 96 10 41 .276 47 61 7 2007 51 29 22 4.88 15 4 7 433.0 450 274 235 178 348 64 3 31 .271 49 58 4 2008 56 35 21 5.15 7 2 7 481.0 516 329 275 243 403 90 5 36 .279 58 70 1 2009 55 37 18 5.40 7 1 10 462.0 558 333 277 199 375 71 13 41 .300 42 56 5 2010 57 27 30 6.58 1 3 10 503.2 643 422 368 279 380 116 15 51 .314 48 66 10 2011 55 28 27 5.07 9 2 7 474.0 509 311 267 222 300 87 13 30 .281 42 51 7 2012 55 23 32 6.04 5 1 11 472.1 535 369 317 285 289 109 18 21 .294 63 71 7 2013 59 33 26 3.88 6 6 11 523.2 507 280 226 212 354 95 13 25 .256 35 75 4 2014 54 28 26 3.73 5 1 12 478.1 474 230 198 177 327 80 8 22 .263 30 57 4 2015 54 27 27 3.95 2 3 8 482.2 468 265 212 204 411 93 18 28 .257 30 61 3 2016 58 36 22 4.07 2 5 13 517.2 481 278 234 208 518 91 10 32 .250 37 51 11 2017 62 36 26 4.23 2 2 11 551.0 501 289 259 255 519 96 9 53 .245 36 59 8 2018 56 29 27 4.79 0 3 12 492.0 493 327 262 260 462 110 10 40 .261 38 69 6 Bold indicates category best

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Year 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Year Wins 1959 Chuma, 8 1960 Saunders, 5 1961 Shafer, 6 1962 Shafer, 9 1963 Radosevoich, 8 1964 Radosevich, 9 1965 Radosevich, 8 1966 Meadows, 9 1967 Moschel, 7 1968 Taylor, 6 1969 Mavroleon, 4 1970 Mavroleon, 5 1971 Wagener, 8 1972 Dolphin, 4 1973 Haines, 3 1974 Dolphin, 8 1975 Johnson, 3 1976 Brock/Donnelly, 6 1977 Brock, 3 1978 Parrish, 5 1979 McCarty, 4 1980 Koch, 5 1981 Rohaus/Koch, 4 1982 Holshey, 9 1983 Holshey, 7 1984 Filandino, 7 1985 Mamarella/Schlieper, 8 1986 Smith, 10 1987 Smith, 11 1988 Shaw, 8 1989 Shaw, 7 1990 Shaw, 8 1991 Sube, 6 1992 Barry, 7 1993 Kline, 6 1994 Williams, 13 1995 Riley, 6 1996 Enochs, 8 1997 Enochs, 12 1998 Zyskowski, 9 1999 Cummings/Hendren, 6 2000 Rhodes, 7 2001 Rhodes, 7 2002 Biggs, 7 2003 Cline, 12 2004 Cline, 8 2005 Osbourn, 7 2006 Leatherman, 7 2007 Whitlock, 7 2008 Whitlock, 7 2009 Gross, 9 2010 Altemus/Enourato, 6 2011 Berry, 8 2012 Walter, 6 2013 Musgrave, 9 2014 Means, 6 2015 Donato/Vance, 7 2016 Dotson/Vance, 7 2017 Sigman/Zarbnisky, 6 2018 Ennis/Kessler/Strowd, 4

Batting Avg. Paczewski, .344 Popovich, .426 Tekavec, .381 Hatalla, .379 Berzansky, .360 Marovic, .404 Hetzel, .355 Listoun, .375 Beahm, .393 Begalla, .304 Phillips, .362 Ellis, .352 Honce, .363 Schultehenrich, .329 Comko, .327 Shipley, .404 Ungvarsky, .365 Pickering, .341 Kocur, .400 Pickering, .357 Emsweller, .409 Pizatella, .359 Wilson, .349 Wilson, .353 Watts, .373 Bernardo, .430 Battaglia, .395 Morande, .387 Rolen, .389 Halloran, .364 Rolen, .425 Prosser, .409 Schubert, .383 Reep, .370 Landers, .376 Landers, .416 Myers, .372 Olkowski, .394 Frushour, .374 McNamee, .429 Williams, .394 Reeser, .350 Grimm, .358 Blevins, .352 Fritz, .407 Fritz, .364 Fritz, .379 Bowling, .403 Jenkins, .372 Kuhn, .424 DiBartolomeo, .439 Gyorko, .381 Buckner, .364 Boyd, .321 Rice, .333 Boyd, .356 Davis, .353 Gonzalez, .381 Zarbnisky, .336 Gray, .375

HR RBI Bolyard, 2 Bolyard, 24 Popovich, 4 Popovich, 26 Pczwsk/Prcpo, 1 Tekavec, 23 Shafer, 4 Thorn, 20 Procopio, 5 Procopio, 36 Three with 2 Berzansky, 20 Hetzel, 2 Hetzel, 14 Three with 2 Withrow, 19 C. Boggs, 2 C. Boggs, 24 Guth, 2 Begalla, 9 Guth/Wilfong, 1 Guth, 10 Four with 1 Shearer, 10 Five with 1 Honce, 16 Honce, 4 Honce, 16 Kirchner, 4 Porter, 17 Three with 1 Comko, 16 Ruzicka, 2 Beatty/Tiberio, 14 Pickering, 6 Mahoney, 27 Mahoney, 7 Mahoney, 27 Pickering/Emsweller, 3 Pickering/Emsweller, 25 Pickering, 4 Emsweller, 14 Pizatella, 6 Pizatella, 22 Three with 5 Wilson, 23 Wilson, 7 Rabbits, 31 Five with 2 Croftcheck, 27 Bernardo, 6 Kumor, 40 Bernardo, 14 Bernardo, 60 Gilbert, 8 Battaglia, 39 Gilbert, 8 Gilbert, 36 Szynal, 12 Szynal, 44 Rolen, 12 Rolen, 46 Whitmore, 10 Whitmore, 54 Reep/Servello, 7 DeMoss, 34 Reep, 12 Reep, 38 Landers, 10 Landers, 59 Landers, 19 Landers, 81 Myers, 12 Myers, 46 Seabol, 10 Seabol, 44 Taylor, 16 McNamee, 56 McNamee, 13 McNamee, 66 Weightman, 9 Brock, 53 McCabe/Schmidt/Weightman, 4 McCabe, 39 McCabe, 10 McCabe, 38 McCabe, 10 Clinton, 35 Clinton, 13 Grimm, 55 Psomas, 9 Psomas, 45 Jenkins/Posluszny, 12 Posluszny, 50 Jenkins/Posluszny, 10 Posluszny, 60 Yost/Jenkins 11 Jenkins, 48 Kuhn/Markel 9 Belnome, 66 Markel, 15 Belnome, 84 Gyorko, 19 Gyorko, 57 Buckner, 8 Buckner, 46 Frazer/McBroom, 6 McBroom, 41 McBroom, 12 McBroom, 48 McBroom, 8 McBroom, 49 Munden, 11 Wood, 32 Davis, 10 Cramer, 45 Cramer, 11 Cramer/Hill, 46 Gray, 14 Inman, 40

ERA Bolyard, 0.75 Carter, 1.07 Mankin, 1.66 Shafer, 1.52 Jeran, 1.15 Radosevich, 1.00 Radosevich, 1.43 Kovach, 0.65 Meadows, 2.01 Taylor, 0.45 Mavroleon, 1.19 Mavroleon, 0.99 Wagener, 1.20 Dolphin, 0.82 Whitecotton, 2.07 Dolphin, 1.54 Gray, 5.27 Brock, 1.59 Brock, 2.84 Koch, 1.89 McCarty, 2.11 Sommer, 4.50 Sommer, 3.38 Holshey, 2.84 Walls, 2.34 Filandino, 1.71 Schlieper, 2.84 Smith, 3.21 Smith, 3.02 Glus, 3.34 Shaw, 2.36 Sube, 2.38 Sube, 3.84 Barry, 2.96 Kline, 3.06 Hively, 2.49 Spencer, 4.46 Enochs, 4.28 Enochs, 3.03 Michaels, 2.93 Biggs, 2.43 Reeser, 2.31 Biggs, 1.65 Ewen, 3.81 Cline, 3.44 Cline, 2.65 Fagler, 2.92 Yurish, 3.84 Whitlock, 3.51 Gross, 3.01 Summers, 3.06 Altemus, 5.02 Berry, 4.09 Walter, 4.58 Musgrave, 2.17 Musgrave, 2.62 Donato, 3.07 Smith, 2.20 Kessler, 2.61 Kessler, 2.86

Strikeouts Chuma, 119 Chuma, 87 Shafer, 65 Shafer, 78 Radosevich, 95 Radosevich, 123 Radosevich, 120 Kovach, 83 Meadows, 105 Taylor, 56 Mavroleon/Wagener, 36 Wagener, 53 Wagener, 84 West, 64 Whitecotton, 66 Dolphin, 58 Keeler, 23 Donnelly, 35 Brock, 46 Parrish, 38 Koch, 30 Koch, 52 Koch, 47 Holshey, 56 Holshey, 47 Schlieper, 38 Schlieper, 56 Regn, 49 Smith, 50 Shaw, 66 Shaw, 66 Shaw, 75 Sube, 59 Hudson, 60 Kline, 82 Williams, 82 Spencer, 56 Riley, 87 Enochs, 86 Zyskowski, 79 Cummings, 116 Rhodes, 78 Rhodes, 89 Ewen, 76 Cline, 101 Miller, 60 Fagler, 48 Yurish, 71 Yurish, 76 Yurish, 74 Summers, 99 Enourato, 67 Berry/M. Thompson, 48 Dierdorff, 61 Musgrave, 81 Musgrave, 87 Vance, 81 Donato, 111 Myers/Sigman, 73 Strowd, 61


TOP HITTING PERFORMANCES SINGLE GAME HITS SIX

Vince Belnome

at Western Kentucky, 3/3/2018 at Coastal Carolina, 2/25/2017 at UNLV, 2/28/2016 vs. Notre Dame, 5/8/2010 vs. Maryland, 4/7/2010 vs. Cincinnati, 5/10/2009 vs. NJ Tech, 3/8/2009 vs. NJ Tech, 3/8/2009 vs. Ohio University, 4/9/2008 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 4/1/2008 vs. Ohio University, 4/9/2008 vs. Cincinnati, 4/13/2007 vs. Cincinnati, 5/14/2006 vs. Seton Hall, 4/1/2006 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 3/28/2006 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/22/2006 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 4/23/2005 vs. Maryland, 4/22/2003 vs. Connecticut, 4/13/2003 vs. St. John’s, 3/26/2000 vs. Dayton, 5/13/1999 vs. Georgetown, 4/26/1998 vs. Providence, 4/11/1998 vs. Georgetown, 4/25/1996 vs. Georgetown, 4/25/1996 vs. Providence, 4/13/1996 vs. Rhode Island, 5/7/1995 vs. Massachusetts, 4/24/1994 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/27/1994 vs. Duke, 2/25/1994 vs. George Washington, 3/29/1993 vs. George Washington, 4/23/1960 vs. Waynesburg, 5/19/1959 vs. Quantico Marines, 5/9/1947 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 4/22/1939 vs. Ohio University, 5/23/1936 vs. St. Vincent, 5/18/1935 vs. Morris Harvey, 5/23/1930 vs. Quantico Marines, 5/11/1929 vs. Juniata, 5/21/1926 vs. Pitt, 5/1/1908

HOME RUNS FOUR

Bill Biddle

vs. Quantico Marines, 5/9/1947

THREE Kevin Brophy Grant Buckner Austin Markel Tim McCabe Kirk Taylor

vs. Illinois, 2/24/2018 vs. Notre Dame, 5/8/2010 vs. Iona, 3/15/2008 vs. Duquesne, 4/1/2002 vs. Duquesne, 4/27/1994

RBIs vs. Notre Dame, 5/8/2010

NINE Vince Belnome Bill Biddle Angelo Onder

Kevin Brophy David DeMoss

vs. Illinois, 2/24/2018 vs. UNC-Greensboro, 3/8/1991

SEVEN Justin Parks Tyler Kuhn Justin Jenkins Eric Grimm Tim McCabe Todd Brock Eddie Weightman Dan Vasalani Bob Bernardo Craig Mankin Sigmund Weiner

vs. Duquesne, 4/14/2009 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/12/2008 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 4/23/2005 vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/22/2003 vs. Duquesne, 4/1/2002 vs. Dayton, 5/13/1999 vs. N. Carolina A&T, 4/5/1998 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/5/1991 vs. Robert Morris, 3/24/1984 vs. Fairmont State, 5/10/1962 vs. Morris Harvey, 5/23/1930

STOLEN BASES FIVE

Babe Barna

vs. St. Vincent, 5/22/1937

FOUR Mickey Mamarella

vs. Armstrong St., 3/12/1986

THREE Brad Johnson Brady Wilson Brady Wilson Bobby Boyd Adam White Jarod Rine Tim Neumark Tim Neumark Josh McMillen Tim Neumark Bob Spangler Josh Williamson Benny Shreve Steve Rolen Greg Gilbert Matt Comko Steve Snyder Tom Parke Bill Marovic Bill Marovic Bill Marovic Mike Dyer Bill Marovic Bill Marovic Bill Marov ic Jim Procopio Ronnie Retton Ronnie Retton Joe Nekoranec Steve Harrick Matt Turkovick Ira Errett Rodgers

vs. Kent State, 2/27/2015 at Youngstown State, 4/24/2013 vs. Texas Tech, 3/23/2013 vs. Youngstown State, 2/22/2013 vs. Pitt, 3/24/2006 vs. Cleveland State, 4/10/2002 vs. Youngstown State, 4/5/2000 vs. Michigan State, 2/25/2000 vs. St. John’s, 5/23/1999 vs. Connecticut, 3/28/1999 vs. Youngstown State, 4/12/1998 vs. Rhode Island, 5/8/1994 vs. Duquesne, 3/26/1988 vs. Duquesne, 3/25/1988 vs. Penn State, 4/26/1986 vs. Morris Harvey, 4/7/1975 vs. Slippery Rock, 4/15/1976 vs. Indiana, Pa., 3/26/1966 vs. VMI, 5/14/1965 vs. Virginia Tech, 5/1/1965 vs. California, Pa., 4/3/1965 vs. Fairmont State, 4/14/1964 vs. Fairmont State, 4/14/1964 vs. Catholic, 3/26/1964 vs. Davidson, 4/15/1963 vs. Fairmont State, 5/10/1962 vs. Virginia Tech, 5/1/1959 vs. Bethany, 5/4/1957 vs. Fairmont State, 4/24/1939 vs. Marietta, 4/15/1921 vs. Fairmont Collegians, 4/8/1921 vs. Wash. & Jefferson, 5/31/1919

Josh Whitlock vs. Coppin State, 4/3/2007 (7 inn.) Matt Yurish vs. Coppin State, 4/4/2006 (7 inn.) Billy Biggs vs. Buffalo, 3/8/2002 (9 inn.) Chris Enochs vs. Villanova, 3/27/1997 (7 inn.) Jason Hively vs. George Washington, 5/1/1994 (9 inn.) Joe Filandino vs. Duquesne, 3/28/1984 (5 inn.) Jim Mavroleon vs. Virginia Tech, 4/11/1970 (7 inn.) Kester June vs. Pitt. Independents, 4/27/1917 (5 inn.)

ONE-HIT GAMES Zac Cline vs. Virginia Tech, 5/23/2003 (9 inn.) Jason DiAngelo vs. Georgetown, 4/21/2003 (7 inn.) Steve Beller vs. Providence, 3/22/1997 (9 inm.) Chris Enochs vs. Rutgers, 5/15/1996 (9 inn.) Jeremy Cummings vs. Youngstown State, 3/27/1996 (7 inn.) Dave Perry vs. St. Bonaventure, 4/9/1988 (7 inn.) Keith Regn vs. Alderson-Broaddus, 3/18/1987 (5 inn.) Dave Rohaus vs. Fairmont State, 4/13/1980 (7 inn.) Dan Dolphin vs. West Liberty, 4/12/1974 (9 inn.) Randy Lease vs. Juniata, 4/17/1971 (7 inn.) Kim West vs. George Washington, 4/7/1971 (7 inn.) Kim West vs. Geneva, 4/3/1971 (9 inn.) Rick Wagener vs. Wilmington State, 3/15/1969 (7 inn.) Jerry Meadows vs. Richmond, 4/27/1965 (7 inn.) John Radosevich vs. VMI, 4/11/1964 (9 inn.) Paul Chuma vs. St. Vincent, 5/12/1960 (9 inn.) Jim Carter vs. William & Mary, 4/18/1960 (7 inn.) Pat Creegan vs. Richmond, 5/12/1951 (9 inn.) Jack Latterner vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 5/24/1919 (5 inn.) John Sullivan vs. Bethany, 5/6/1914 (9 inn.)

STRIKEOUTS 22, John Radosevich vs. Waynesburg, 4/16/1964 20, Charles Tallman vs. Bethany, 1923 19, Charlie Fulton vs. Ohio University, 4/7/1915 18, John Radosevich vs. WV Wesleyan, 5/2/1963 18, Charlie Fulton vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1915 17, John Radosevich vs. Virginia Tech, 5/1/1965 17, John Radosevich vs. West Liberty, 4/23/1964 16, Wes Shaw vs. Fairmont State, 4/8/1989 16, Kim West vs. Geneva, 4/3/1971 16, John Radosevich vs. Pitt, 5/19/1965 16, John Radosevich vs. The Citadel, 4/15/1965 16, Paul Chuma vs. Bethany, 4/14/1959 16, Frank Barron vs. Marietta, 5/12/1915 15, David Maust vs. Cleveland State, 3/11/2001 15, Tom Shafer vs. The Citadel, 4/14/1962 15, Paul Chuma vs. St. Vincent, 5/12/1960 15, Paul Chuma vs. Washington & Lee, 5/8/1959 15, Gandy vs. Pitt. Independents, 4/29/1917

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Grant Buckner

NO-HIT GAMES

EIGHT vs. Cincinnati, 5/10/2009

FIVE Braden Zarbnisky Jackson Cramer Jimmy Galusky Jeremy Gum Dom Hayes Dan DiBartolomeo Dan DiBartolomeo Vince Belnome Vince Belnome Tyler Kuhn Tyler Kuhn Trent Ridgley Doug Nelms David Carpenter Adam White Justin Jenkins Justin Jenkins Kurtis Clinton Jarod Rine Tim McCabe Todd Brock Kevin Olkowski Matt Hart Lance Williams Kevin Olkowski Josh Williamson Chris Enochs Mark Landers Mark Landers Mark Landers Mark Landers Paul Popovich Bucky Bolyard Bill Biddle Hal Grossman Angelo Onder Babe Barna Sigmund Weiner Ed Vacheresse Phil Pfleger Lee Llewellyn

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CAREER INDIVIDUAL STATS - BATTING PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Agreste, Joe 2008-09 .314 105-102 376 95 118 30 8 11 96 3 Alexander, J.P. 1989-90 .271 70-62 192 41 52 11 0 5 30 6 Angeline, Rick 1977-79 .277 63-NA 166 24 46 4 2 0 22 1 Antone, Nate 2012-13 .229 48-43 144 19 33 4 0 0 17 1 Apicella 1959 .333 3-NA 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Austin, Cole 2016-17 .271 99-97 387 59 105 19 3 11 67 16 Austin, Wayne 1959 .133 5-NA 15 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 Bacha, Joe 1966-67 .000 4-NA 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Backus, Wendell 1962-63 .161 20-NA 31 5 5 0 0 0 2 0 Bailey, Keith 1990 .154 13-2 13 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 Barker, Abe 1995-98 .305 190-165 594 124 181 33 3 8 92 27 Battaglia, Jeff 1985-86 .389 81-38 280 76 109 17 3 10 79 23 Baumgardner, M. 1985-88 .279 119-88 298 59 83 15 0 3 43 20 Beahm, Bob 1967-68 .309 38-NA 94 14 29 3 2 0 8 2 Beatty, Bob 1972-75 .302 83-NA 215 40 65 11 3 0 33 5 Begalla, George 1968 .304 17-NA 46 11 14 2 2 1 9 1 Belnome, Vince 2007-09 .388 150-149 557 164 216 51 5 14 174 10 Beltz, Bob 1971 .417 10-NA 12 3 5 1 0 0 2 0 Bernardo, Bob 1984-85 .365 76-NA 249 70 91 15 1 20 96 3 Berzansky, Steve 1961, 63-64 .346 62-NA 246 61 85 20 8 0 52 3 Besch, Stew 1972 .118 10-NA 17 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 Beto, Mark 1982 .000 7-NA 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Blethen, Matt 2000 .200 6-1 10 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Blevins, Chad 2000-02 .332 71-70 253 42 84 17 1 1 26 8 Boggs, Chuck 1965-67 .335 90-NA 251 45 84 11 6 4 45 8 Boggs, Craig 1999-00 .266 52-27 94 10 25 2 0 0 9 2 Boggs, Jeff 1992-95 .234 106-73 256 36 60 8 0 2 33 12 Boggs, Larry 1969-71 .267 47-NA 135 20 36 3 2 0 19 2 Bolyard, Bucky 1959 .375 25-NA 96 26 36 7 3 2 24 8 Bowling, Casey 2003-06 .324 148-121 476 78 154 35 3 10 75 12 Boyd, Bobby 2012-14 .331 161-158 625 119 207 22 6 3 68 58 Brand, Tom 1967 .000 2-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Broadwater, Marcus 2011 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brock, Todd 1999-00 .325 96-95 326 65 106 27 1 11 78 6 Brophy, Kevin 2017-18 .258 43-21 93 14 24 2 0 6 18 2 Brown, Gabe 2012 .167 14-11 42 3 7 1 1 1 5 0 Buckner, Grant 2008-11 .345 187-178 672 139 232 58 2 21 149 8 Burger, Michael 2005-07 .253 75-42 162 22 41 7 2 1 23 1 Burns, Dick 1974-77 .241 78-NA 220 41 53 9 1 2 29 15 Carpenter, David 2004-06 .288 132-109 378 81 109 17 1 12 65 5 Carpenter, Kevin 1989-90 .296 63-61 196 31 58 11 2 2 36 9 Carter, Jim 1959-60 .158 7-NA 19 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 Caruso, Brett 1991-94 .278 121-102 335 67 93 22 0 13 62 1 Cascadden, Tucker 2015 .286 22-7 35 8 10 0 0 0 3 1 Casserly, Kyle 2015-16 .333 22-1 21 2 7 1 0 0 2 0 Chapnick, Bruce 1967 .500 5-NA 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Christoforo, Michael 2004 .242 25-23 66 11 16 2 0 0 2 3 Chuma, Paul 1959-60 .200 13-NA 55 7 11 3 0 0 6 0 Cisar, Derek 2002-03 .279 46-41 147 25 41 7 1 4 32 4 Cisneros, Josh 2000-01 .335 96-94 310 50 104 12 0 1 45 3 Claus, Tom 1978-79 .222 22-NA 18 2 4 0 0 1 2 1

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KURTIS CLINTON PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Clay, Jim 1966-68 .271 77-NA 225 43 61 9 4 1 33 6 Clinton, Bruce 1976 .293 32-NA 99 17 29 6 0 2 18 2 Clinton, Kurtis 2001-04 .302 204-201 726 116 219 37 1 22 143 9 Cohen, Kevin 2013 .200 13-3 10 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 Comko, Matt 1973-75 .345 65-NA 220 38 76 11 2 0 32 9 Connolly, Robert 1959 .000 5-NA 8 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Constantini, Michael 2013-14 .252 84-56 202 27 51 10 1 1 14 6 Corley, Ray 1980-81 .228 56-NA 171 26 39 3 0 6 24 0 Corso, Shaun 2015-16 .270 70-51 204 14 55 8 0 2 24 4 Cramer, Jackson 2014-17 .280 210-187 711 123 199 50 4 29 126 13 Crews, Dallas 2001-02 .274 74-64 230 46 63 11 0 11 50 4 Croftcheck, Tom 1981-84 .304 114-NA 326 85 99 19 3 3 59 14 Cropp, Bob 1967, 69 .185 9-NA 27 2 5 2 0 0 6 2 Cunningham, Mark 1971, 73-74 .222 56-NA 158 17 35 7 0 1 6 3 D’Agostino, Jeff 1981-82 .192 30-NA 26 6 5 0 0 1 5 1 D’Amico, Travis 2002-05 .252 161-149 441 75 111 20 1 5 45 7 Dano, Frank 1978 .250 5-NA 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Darrell, Mike 1978-80 .224 44-NA 107 28 24 3 1 0 6 4 Davis, Kyle 2015-17 .317 172-170 672 133 213 44 5 24 118 10 Davis, Paul 1959 .500 6-NA 6 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 DeFazio, Jim 1964 .143 9-NA 7 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 DeLeon, Chasen 2004 .250 6-3 8 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 Della-Mea, Bruno 1959 .212 20-NA 66 11 14 2 0 0 7 1 DeLuca, Dean 1973 .056 12-NA 18 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 DeMoss, David 1990-92 .279 120-102 326 75 91 25 0 11 58 5 Denicola, Nick 2018 .200 9-0 10 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 DiBartolomeo, Dan 2008-11 .356 144-139 503 128 179 31 2 15 113 15 Dickerson, Ryan 1991-94 .236 63-46 157 22 37 7 0 4 25 3 Doanes, Tyler 2018 .317 43-29 101 15 32 5 4 1 20 6 Dolan, Cody 2011 .000 7-2 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Dolphin, Dan 1972-74 .147 18-NA 34 6 5 0 0 0 1 1 Donnelly, Tim 1974, 76 .100 9-NA 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dorsey, Adrian 2001 .243 53-53 169 15 41 10 1 2 16 2 Douglas, Phil 1962-64 .235 61-NA 149 22 35 2 2 0 15 8 Drespling, Brandon 2005 .293 23-16 58 11 17 2 1 0 7 0 Dubbe, Dean 1980-81 .286 63-NA 203 38 58 11 1 10 33 12 Durborow, Colin 2008-11 .276 116-84 326 58 90 17 0 5 49 2 Dvoroznak, Mark 2008-11 .274 166-127 456 91 125 17 1 3 47 16 Dyer, Mike 1963-64 .286 60-NA 161 28 46 3 1 0 20 17 Eaton, Paul 1965-66 .286 7-NA 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Edmeads, Tim 2004 .284 28-20 74 9 21 2 0 2 7 3 Eldwood, Brad 1997 .176 24-7 34 3 6 0 0 1 8 0 Ellis, John 1964 .500 2-NA 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ellis, Justin 2009 .313 23-14 64 8 20 5 0 0 17 0 Ellis, Sam 1968-70 .306 40-NA 98 18 30 7 0 0 14 9 Ellwanger, Clayton 1996 .316 11-4 19 5 6 1 0 1 6 1 Elwood, Brad 1998 .347 55-55 196 49 68 8 2 10 59 7 Emsweller, Tom 1976-79 .329 96-NA 283 48 93 15 1 9 65 0 Englehart, Troy 1996-97 .296 60-52 179 36 53 4 1 4 26 8 Enochs, Chris 1995-97 .280 73-53 164 29 46 6 1 2 26 1 Enourato, Chris 2007-10 .212 35-24 99 12 21 5 0 0 13 0 Ewing 1959 .140 21-NA 50 8 7 2 0 0 1 0


PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Fagler, Marty 2001 .000 2-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Feola, Joe 1978-80 .281 37-NA 57 4 16 1 1 0 7 0 Ferguson, Dave 1968-70 .280 43-NA 118 22 33 6 3 0 7 6 Filandino, Joe 1982-83 .000 3-NA 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Filauro, Alan 2012-13 .222 89-80 270 37 60 14 0 4 32 0 Finnerty, John 1969 .209 15-NA 43 5 9 2 0 0 9 0 Fiochetta, Ron 1967 .000 4-NA 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Flanary, Mike 1981-82 .273 45-NA 132 20 36 6 0 5 21 4 Fleming, Billy 2012-14 .322 151-145 552 78 178 25 3 2 75 11 Flowers, John 1983-84 .377 39-NA 69 17 26 4 0 0 14 1 Force, Nelson 1983-84 .331 48-NA 139 23 46 7 0 0 26 3 Fountain, Eric 1999 .000 4-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Fox, Justin 2012-15 .246 131-92 378 48 93 16 1 3 37 12 Franklin, Isac 2011 .262 26-17 65 7 17 2 0 0 10 1 Franks, George 1966 .273 19-NA 22 6 6 0 0 0 4 0 Frazer, Matt 2010-13 .286 151-139 514 73 147 44 1 15 83 2 Fritz, Lee 2002-05 .378 168-154 608 120 230 39 6 9 96 14 Frownfelter, Mike 2000-02 .324 149-145 540 98 175 32 2 5 64 29 Frushour, Jason 1994-97 .325 176-162 550 107 179 31 3 13 110 14 Fuchs, Bill 1987-88 .242 41-28 95 17 23 4 0 0 10 0 Gallagher, Rick 1977 .400 2-NA 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 Galusky, Jimmy 2016-18 .259 173-171 579 92 150 24 4 12 73 24 Gilbert, Greg 1984-87 .329 159-86 532 152 175 29 2 23 104 31 Gilbert, Tom 1975-78 .196 90-NA 209 22 41 5 0 1 27 1 Gingras, Dave 1988 .174 12-6 23 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 Glessner, Jeremy 1999 .263 32-21 80 15 21 5 0 3 16 1 Goff, John 1959 .225 17-NA 40 5 9 1 2 0 2 0 Goggin, Paul 1966 .250 5-NA 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Gonzalez, Ivan 2016-18 .310 151-139 539 82 167 29 4 6 77 10 Gordon, Ken 1975 .278 21-NA 54 15 15 2 1 0 7 1 Goss, Glenn 1979-82 .265 123-NA 336 52 89 15 0 9 46 1 Gray, Justin 2002-03 .000 7-0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gray, Kyle 2016-18 .302 165-159 576 112 174 27 12 17 91 29 Gresko, George 1980 .188 17-NA 32 1 6 0 0 0 4 1 Griffin, Kevin 2010-11 .272 70-58 228 37 62 16 0 7 45 1 Grimm, Charles 1959 .154 13-NA 26 2 4 0 0 0 5 1 Grimm, Eric 2000-03 .308 185-174 655 110 202 34 4 13 116 16 Guerrini, Ray 2014-16 .241 115-98 315 52 76 19 2 9 51 13 Gum, Jeremy 2009-11 .329 105-86 313 60 103 27 1 8 59 3 Guth, Buck 1967-69 .286 66-NA 234 48 67 6 3 4 30 13 Guthrie, Brian 1992-93 .278 16-7 18 13 5 3 0 0 0 4 Gyorko, Jedd 2008-10 .404 168-168 696 207 281 73 5 35 178 6 Haines, Brad 1973 .333 10-NA 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 Hale, John 1971 .329 24-NA 70 10 23 1 5 1 12 1 Hall, Mike 1959 .227 20-NA 44 7 10 0 1 0 4 0 Halloran, Jim 1987-88 .332 93-88 280 59 93 17 1 12 56 1 Halstead, Brandon 2003 .083 5-3 12 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Hamilton, Connor 2018 .132 24-4 38 1 5 1 0 0 5 0 Hammond, Jamie 1997-98 .383 81-80 274 58 105 9 0 0 55 23 Harris, Ike 1971-73 .181 51-NA 105 12 19 0 1 0 6 6 Hart, Matt 1997-98 .372 84-78 304 78 113 22 1 3 59 6 Hatalla, Joe 1961-63 .327 55-NA 294 73 96 12 2 3 36 12 Hawley, Roy 1962 .000 5-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Hayes, Dom 2010 .352 57-55 236 39 83 22 2 0 25 5 Haynes, Frank 1963 .000 5-NA 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Helsel, Ron 1990, 92-93 .308 103-97 357 80 110 29 1 14 61 7 Hetzel, Don 1964-66 .324 79-NA 222 40 72 13 4 2 41 13 Hill, Darius 2016-18 .326 175-175 703 129 229 54 7 11 122 13 Hilton, Kent 1983-84 .299 42-NA 107 25 32 4 1 2 28 4 Hines, Skip 1968-70 .116 32-NA 43 5 5 0 0 0 1 6 Hoenstine, Doak 1982-83 .254 68-NA 173 36 44 9 2 6 35 2 Holhbein, Roger 1981-82 .248 80-NA 258 33 64 10 1 6 36 5 Holtzapple, Jim 1980 .000 2-NA 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Honce, Joe 1971-72 .336 45-NA 140 36 47 7 4 5 32 6 Hope, Garrett 2015 .283 23-12 46 8 13 1 1 1 7 1 Hudson, Tristen 2018 .125 12-0 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Hunter, Chip 1997 .250 8-0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 Huth, KC 2015-16 .262 105-91 325 46 85 18 3 6 47 11 Illig, Chase 2017-18 .223 80-47 193 30 43 7 1 8 35 2 Inman, Marques 2016-18 .312 98-84 314 48 98 27 2 9 62 3 Jacobson, Jim 1971-72 .273 27-NA 66 4 18 2 0 0 11 1 Jeck, Stuart 2012 .234 28-20 64 9 15 0 0 0 7 2 Jenkins, Justin 2005-07 .369 164-164 686 158 253 69 4 33 140 19

PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Jeran, Joe 1961-63 .151 22-NA 53 3 8 0 0 0 3 0 Johnson, Brad 2014-15 .280 74-71 254 29 71 13 4 2 44 10 Jones, Monty 1960, 62 .174 22-NA 69 21 12 3 0 1 7 5 Kavourias, Jim 1998 .314 38-28 102 21 32 6 0 2 26 3 Kearns, Isaiah 2017-18 .268 38-13 71 11 19 2 1 2 7 4 Keenan, Matt 1997 .185 15-8 27 5 5 1 0 0 2 0 Kinder, Chuck 1964-66 .247 53-NA 77 10 19 4 2 0 10 1 King, Terry 1972 .100 6-NA 10 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 Kirchner, Bernie 1973 .246 20-NA 65 12 16 1 0 4 13 0 Knight, Michael 2009-10 .200 6-1 5 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 Knoll, John 1968-69 .000 6-NA 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Koch, Ed 1978 .000 1-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kocur, Mickey 1974-77 .294 102-NA 269 48 79 17 4 1 43 4 Kovach, Dave 1981 .238 32-NA 105 17 25 4 3 1 11 9 Kovach, Vaughn 1964-66 .071 36-NA 56 4 4 0 0 0 3 0 Kramarich, Steve 1960, 62 .083 7-NA 24 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 Kuban, T.J. 2010-11 .261 34-23 92 8 24 1 0 2 9 1 Kuchinsky, Joe 1965-66 .143 5-NA 7 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Kuhn, Tyler 2005-08 .358 220-220 906 219 324 65 16 20 188 22 Kumor, Larry 1982-86 .309 131-32 375 100 116 22 1 5 93 3 Kuzemchak, John 1984-87 .278 144-83 442 89 123 25 2 18 96 2 Lake, TJ 2017-18 .220 56-23 91 14 20 4 0 0 5 7 Landers, Mark 1991-94 .341 193-189 646 142 220 57 0 32 167 6 Langmaach, Jack 1976 .000 1-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Leach, Steve 1973 .000 4-NA 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lease, Randy 1971 .143 9-NA 14 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 Lehosit, Tony 1989-91 .231 25-16 52 12 12 2 0 1 13 0 Listuon, Walter 1964-66 .363 38-NA 91 22 33 7 1 0 10 12 Little, Tom 1965-67 .245 83-NA 192 28 47 8 0 1 22 7 Lockhart, Brent 2006-08 .239 38-15 71 10 17 3 0 0 8 1 Lococo 1959 .000 2-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Long, Todd 1982 .169 22-NA 59 6 10 2 0 2 6 0 Longfellow 1959 .227 7-NA 22 1 5 1 1 0 4 0 Lynch, Tom 1970 .313 11-NA 16 2 5 1 2 1 2 0 Mahoney, Jerry 1976-77 .327 59-NA 205 49 67 14 5 11 54 3 Malecky, Larry 1978, 80 .143 25-NA 28 7 4 0 0 0 0 11 Malloy, Matt 2010-11 .272 81-70 272 43 74 10 2 6 29 3 Mammarella, Mickey 1984-87 .307 116-86 313 67 96 15 4 7 60 36 Mance, Jerry 1967 .333 3-NA 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mankin, Craig 1960-62 .277 23-NA 191 18 53 2 3 1 42 4 Manning, Bill 1983-86 .313 99-37 252 54 79 12 2 6 42 2 Manno, Dave 1976-77 .212 25-NA 33 3 7 1 0 0 4 0 Manoah, Alek 2017-18 .050 15-3 20 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Markel, Austin 2006-09 .326 189-174 644 173 210 37 17 28 156 24 Marovic, Bill 1963-65 .287 89-NA 300 92 86 19 8 3 37 74 Marsh, E.B. 1970-72 .350 16-NA 20 2 7 0 0 0 2 0

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PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Marz, Mike 1993 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Matuszek, Kyle 2004-06 .314 147-142 525 102 165 25 1 21 104 19 Mavroleon, Jim 1969-70 .100 16-NA 30 3 3 1 0 0 1 0 McBroom, Ryan 2011-14 .294 213-201 766 121 225 51 0 29 162 9 McCabe, Tim 2000-03 .332 207-207 756 152 251 44 0 35 152 6 McCoy, Jeff 1980 .000 2-NA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 McCullough, Jack 1964-66 .256 29-NA 39 13 10 1 0 0 4 8 McCutcheon, Bruce 1968-70 .127 31-NA 71 8 9 0 1 1 6 0 McDavid, Justin 2010-11 .283 106-103 417 70 118 29 4 7 88 4 McGee, Matt 1998-00 .294 63-24 109 26 32 6 0 0 16 9 McKinney, Matt 1995-96 .241 60-38 133 28 32 8 1 1 15 6 McKown, Chad 2005 .298 55-55 198 38 59 17 0 10 34 2 McMillen, Josh 1999-00 .292 128-108 390 73 114 30 1 11 58 18 McNamee, Joe 1995-98 .374 147-118 439 117 164 35 2 30 127 13 McPeek, Bob 1965 .500 2-NA 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Meadows, Jerry 1965-67 .197 41-NA 76 15 15 1 2 3 12 1 Meadows, Keith 1978-80 .238 52-NA 126 18 30 12 0 1 10 2 Messina, Mickey 1991-92 .091 13-3 11 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mihalik, Mike 1974 .125 7-NA 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Miller, Jim 1966-67 .125 16-NA 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Miller, Matt 2003 .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Milliken, Jerry 1963-65 .182 18-NA 11 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 Montgomery, Brett 1996 .211 14-3 19 3 4 0 0 0 2 0 Moore, Mike 1990-91 .246 69-60 195 41 48 12 0 6 39 3 Moore, Stan 1974 .154 13-NA 26 1 4 1 0 0 4 0 Morande, Gus 1984-87 .345 132-83 440 92 152 29 1 6 84 12 Morosco, Bill 1959-60 .217 21-NA 120 20 26 7 1 0 18 7 Moschel, Mike 1967-68 .043 22-NA 23 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 Mullen, Grant 1964-65 .296 47-NA 98 14 29 5 3 0 14 10 Mullins, Chris 1980 .000 6-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Munchin, Bob 1963-65 .255 89-NA 271 42 69 12 7 0 47 12 Munden, Taylor 2013-15 .246 158-149 617 97 152 34 3 14 60 25 Myers, Larry 1969-72 .274 72-NA 212 24 58 8 9 2 40 18 Myers, Tony 1995-96 .317 106-106 375 76 119 25 3 18 81 15 Nagy, Rob 1971-72 .250 7-NA 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Nakazato, Pen 2012 .184 21-7 38 1 7 0 0 0 5 0 Neelen, Craig 1972-73 .333 14-NA 12 0 4 1 0 0 2 0 Neff, Todd 1997, 99-00 .205 75-49 166 22 34 5 0 3 22 2 Nelms, Doug 2003-06 .326 161-132 525 87 171 28 2 8 85 8 Neumark, Tim 1999-00 .323 75-61 189 38 61 7 3 1 34 40 Neutzling, Kurt 1974-75 .238 42-NA 101 11 24 4 0 0 6 1 Nieman, John 1964 .000 8-NA 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Nilsen, John 1988-91 .267 92-71 243 37 65 12 0 8 58 1 Nogay, Max 2012-14 .201 84-52 179 26 36 8 0 5 16 4 Oglebay, Chuck 1970 .500 1-NA 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Oliver, Rick 1969-70 .283 34-NA 106 12 30 5 2 0 12 3 Olivito, Pete 1959 .200 20-NA 50 3 10 1 0 0 6 0 Olkowski, Kevin 1996, 98, 00 .362 146-135 519 119 188 33 2 7 95 18 O’Brien, Cam 2014-15 .256 76-64 238 34 61 16 2 3 29 5 O’Neil, Jeff 1963-64 .258 37-NA 66 21 17 1 0 1 6 6 O’Neill, Mike 1992 .291 41-41 134 23 39 11 0 4 31 0 Paczewski, Frank 1959, 61 .328 25-NA 198 45 65 2 4 2 26 16 Padula, Bradon 2009 .000 2-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Palumbo, Mark 1973-75 .171 40-NA 70 9 12 2 1 0 4 4 Pape, Jason 2006-07 .294 72-61 201 43 59 13 2 4 36 7 Parke, Tom 1965-67 .282 90-NA 284 47 80 7 4 3 48 24 Parks, Justin 2006-09 .348 166-155 601 173 209 33 4 19 111 12 Parthemore, Gil 1981-83 .267 88-NA 258 45 69 18 5 5 46 0 Parziale, Vincent 1963 .357 6-NA 14 1 5 0 0 0 7 0 Patsy, Billy 1998 .270 34-14 63 18 17 5 1 2 18 1 Pavelko, Eric 1993-94 .291 83-69 213 45 62 8 4 5 35 11 Perry, Tom 1988-90 .281 138-131 381 92 107 22 1 7 68 20 Petho, Eric 1987-89 .273 59-29 99 14 27 2 1 2 21 0 Peyton, Bob 1960-62 .266 7-NA 94 12 25 0 0 1 9 6 Phillips, B.J. 1979 .357 11-NA 14 1 5 1 0 0 5 0 Phillips, David 1968-69 .351 22-NA 57 12 20 2 0 0 8 2 Pickering, Chase 2009 .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pickering, Jeff 1976-79 .318 101-NA 346 73 110 16 4 14 65 19 Piscorik, John 1965, 67 .197 52-NA 127 17 25 3 1 1 16 2 Pittman, Travis 1999 .261 43-38 138 24 36 10 0 1 15 7 Pizatella, Ron 1979-80 .329 45-NA 146 32 48 9 2 6 29 2 Plank, Sam 1989-91 .185 73-35 124 18 23 1 0 1 9 5 Pobolish, Ron 1970 .182 13-NA 22 6 4 0 0 0 2 7

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PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Polonius, John 2012 .306 41-41 147 18 45 9 0 2 21 4 Popovich, Paul 1960 .426 -NA 101 24 43 5 4 4 26 15 Porter, Don 1971-73 .262 67-NA 225 48 59 11 0 2 33 18 Posluszny, Stan 2003-06 .319 200-185 700 144 223 58 2 33 174 16 Potter, Caleb 2015-16 .230 60-34 135 24 31 7 0 5 13 5 Procopio, Jim 1962-63 .342 60-NA 292 75 100 4 10 6 62 35 Prosser, Paul 1986-90 .349 157-150 481 112 168 27 7 18 120 25 Protch, Wally 1970-72 .240 41-NA 75 15 18 0 0 0 4 11 Pryor, Anthony 1978-79 .255 41-NA 110 26 28 5 2 1 11 5 Pryor, Frank 1975-77 .235 41-NA 81 18 19 3 0 1 6 4 Pryor, Tony 1976-77 .353 36-NA 34 13 12 1 0 0 5 12 Psomas, Grant 2002-04 .317 152-148 549 115 174 35 2 21 110 20 Rabbits, Vic 1982-85 .323 146-NA 467 125 151 26 4 14 98 17 Radosevich, John 1963-65 .277 53-NA 94 12 26 6 1 2 19 0 Raese, John 1970-72 .200 38-NA 95 9 19 2 1 0 14 2 Ramsburg, Dale 1963-64 .290 60-NA 186 50 54 11 6 6 42 21 Randall, Marvin 1993-96 .314 193-180 614 108 193 19 2 4 72 22 Rasky, Chris 2010-13 .261 141-96 349 58 91 20 0 7 56 1 Reed, Bob 1967-69 .224 31-NA 76 10 17 4 0 0 9 6 Reep, Bill 1988-92 .336 142-111 396 86 133 20 6 23 95 10 Reeser, Nate 1999-00 .318 97-97 384 70 122 22 0 5 50 7 Regn, Keith 1986 .000 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reitter, Jim 1969-71 .152 19-NA 33 4 5 1 0 0 3 0 Renner, Ron 1963-65 .154 61-NA 117 19 18 3 0 2 12 1 Retton, Ron 1959 .356 24-NA 90 13 32 2 3 0 19 11 Retton, Ronnie 1983-84 .260 36-NA 73 18 19 4 0 3 23 0 Rice, Jacob 2013-14 .315 110-108 425 59 134 22 1 3 61 28 Richards, Justin 2004-05 .277 48-27 112 13 31 6 0 2 13 0 Ridgley, Trent 2005-07 .273 61-37 161 32 44 9 0 6 33 0 Riffe, Craig 1986-89 .333 146-133 456 104 152 23 4 19 109 16 Riley, Alfie 1976 .182 7-NA 11 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Riley, Kevin 1999-00 .276 43-27 98 8 27 5 0 2 15 0 Rine, Jarod 2001-03 .328 135-126 448 88 147 22 4 11 69 42 Robinson, Rich 1965 .000 2-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rohaus, Dave 1980 .189 16-NA 53 1 10 0 0 0 3 0 Rolen, Steve 1986-89 .380 145-135 468 134 178 31 2 28 123 15 Romano, Steve 1983 .250 18-NA 44 12 11 3 0 0 5 0 Rosenbluth, Rich 1974 .273 9-NA 11 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 Roszel, Jon 2012 .263 10-5 19 4 5 0 0 0 0 1 Rubino, Matt 1994-97 .320 115-85 309 59 99 12 1 7 57 13 Rupp 1987 .000 4-0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ruppenthal, Clarence 1964 .000 1-NA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Ruzicka, John 1973-75 .253 59-NA 186 36 47 7 2 3 24 15 Saffell, Eric 2006-07 .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Salin, Lee 1992-94 .283 145-135 452 75 128 25 2 7 70 8 Sambuco, Clark 2010 .357 37-1 14 6 5 1 0 1 1 2 Sanders, Barry 1973 .154 10-NA 13 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Sandri, Drew 2001 .256 32-24 82 9 21 4 0 2 19 2 Satcho, Rick 1993-96 .233 125-84 292 51 68 6 0 12 49 2 Saunders, Gary 1960, 62 .182 9-NA 33 3 6 0 0 0 6 0 Scarcella, Mike 1982-85 .339 101-NA 304 83 103 12 3 16 82 9 Scherer, Andrew 2008-09 .250 12-1 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Schmidt, Chris 1999-02 .291 163-143 512 100 149 27 2 17 76 16 Schmidt, Mike 2006-07 .224 46-22 98 17 22 4 0 4 19 0 Schubert, Matt 1989-92 .305 167-164 528 123 161 40 4 7 84 14 Schultehentich, Don 1971-72 .306 46-NA 134 29 41 4 3 2 8 1 Scruggs, Tyler 2008 .250 6-0 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Seabol, Scott 1996 .342 56-56 202 44 69 14 1 10 44 9 Seafert, Larry 1968-69 .444 15-NA 9 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 Semenik, Ted 1966 .500 10-NA 8 5 4 1 1 0 5 2 Semler, Cody 2014 .240 20-6 25 5 6 0 0 0 1 1 Serfass, Jake 2001-04 .299 145-118 441 104 132 33 1 18 73 12 Servello, Dan 1991 .256 33-30 86 18 22 3 0 7 18 2 Shafer, Tom 1960-62 .239 21-NA 163 21 39 6 2 6 27 1 Shaffer, Scott 1986 .300 8-2 10 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 Shearer, Don 1968-70 .207 37-NA 82 7 17 0 0 1 14 5 Shearer, Monte 1970 .040 5-NA 25 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 Shibley, Ravi 1990-91 .366 79-72 246 78 90 11 3 15 58 18 Shipley, John 1974-77 .217 100-NA 276 42 60 8 1 1 30 9 Shreve, Benny 1987-88 .285 98-97 316 76 90 17 4 17 73 17 Simms, Trevor 2014 .050 28-4 20 6 1 0 0 0 1 1 Simpson, John 1966-68 .256 62-NA 172 24 44 2 0 2 22 7 Sindelar, Larry 1964-66 .273 57-NA 132 28 36 5 0 0 16 14 Slavin, Gerry 1992-94 .325 146-142 465 94 151 24 2 6 65 3 Smarslak, Jack 1997-98 .292 73-60 209 45 61 8 0 10 44 5 Smith, Bill 1960-62 .296 21-NA 230 48 68 3 0 2 32 26 Smith, Dwayne 1998-01 .261 98-51 211 33 55 14 0 1 30 2 Smith, Fred 1968-70 .227 17-NA 22 3 5 0 0 0 2 0 Smith, Ken 1978-79 .189 25-NA 37 6 7 3 0 1 5 0 Smith, Regan 2002 .136 12-8 22 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 Smith, Shane 2007 .000 2-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Snoots, Jim 1972 .211 11-NA 19 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 Snyder, Steve 1973-76 .295 84-NA 234 39 69 16 2 2 43 8 Sochacki, Tom 1970-72 .111 17-NA 18 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 Sousa, J.C. 2003-04 .286 26-10 42 11 12 1 0 1 7 0 Spangler, Bob 1998 .308 32-27 107 30 33 4 2 2 15 17 Srebroski, Andy 1993-94 .336 115-115 399 85 134 22 6 13 82 18 Stanley, Doug 1965 .000 3-NA 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanley, Jeff 1986-90 .261 105-66 211 53 55 6 2 2 43 7 Steele-Worsham, Tyler 2012 .244 21-9 41 5 10 1 0 1 2 0 Steffey, Jim 1989-91 .275 75-61 189 39 52 14 2 2 27 3 Stepp, Tom 1960-62 .252 27-NA 274 28 69 6 1 1 40 4 Stone, Bob 1960-62 .231 21-NA 195 24 45 7 0 0 22 0 Stone, Mike 1976-79 .305 80-NA 190 40 58 7 1 5 29 5 Strasiser, Tony 2015 .333 15-3 21 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 Streich, Tobias 2008-09 .291 108-107 405 70 118 34 0 10 96 3 Swaney, Chris 1995-96 .339 101-101 389 61 132 24 2 4 62 20 Szakos, Ernie 1971-73 .233 40-NA 86 11 20 3 1 0 8 1 Szynal, Jon 1987-88 .359 97-95 326 99 117 21 3 18 68 10 Taylor, Denny 1966-68 .360 22-NA 25 6 9 1 2 0 8 1 Taylor, Kirk 1994-97 .314 200-191 668 142 210 45 7 23 131 42 Tekavec, Ed 1960-62 .274 27-NA 281 53 77 7 0 0 46 14 Tennant, Dickie 1992-93 .225 56-43 138 22 31 5 1 1 18 3 Thompson, L.K. 2011-12 .081 28-2 37 2 3 0 0 0 5 0 Thorn, Rod 1962-63 .242 27-NA 95 18 23 5 2 1 23 4 Tiberio, Mike 1973-75 .213 59-NA 164 22 35 2 3 1 24 2 Tokas, Andy 1961 .176 -NA 17 3 3 1 Tomechko, Tom 1967-69 .276 64-NA 192 38 53 9 1 0 18 7 Tompkins, Bob 1967 .000 4-NA 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Tomsic, Al 1981 .071 10-NA 14 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Trevisan, Dave 1977-78 .307 51-NA 179 35 55 8 3 1 25 24 Truckley, Dave 1980 .000 2-NA 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tucker, Bob 1983-85 .308 62-NA 172 37 53 13 1 6 27 1 Tuntland, Ryan 2013 .325 56-56 200 32 65 9 1 3 36 7 Tupes, Charles 1959 .181 25-NA 83 14 15 1 1 0 10 0

JEFF WILSON PLAYER YEAR(S) AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB Ungvarsky, Giles 1973-75 .273 57-NA 161 26 44 6 4 1 15 8 Van Dyke, Tim 1985 .111 7-NA 9 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 Van Zant, Greg 1980-83 .271 125-NA 332 62 90 9 0 2 45 6 Vandall, Bruce 1991 .417 12-3 12 2 5 1 0 0 3 0 Vasalani, Dan 1990-93 .306 184-179 656 128 201 40 1 15 99 13 Verciglio, Joe 1961-62 .244 20-NA 82 20 20 0 0 0 7 1 Voithofer, Ma tt 1966-67 .600 9-NA 5 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 Wagener, Rick 1968-71 .250 26-NA 56 7 14 1 0 1 8 0 Walker, Fulton 1979, 81 .244 45-NA 127 14 31 5 2 3 16 8 Walko, Bill 1966-67 .167 8-NA 6 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Wallace, Charles 1964-66 .120 23-NA 25 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 Watts, Bobby 1983-86 .357 147-39 527 167 188 38 11 5 106 31 Weightman, Eddie 1997-00 .299 174-154 565 114 169 28 1 22 120 12 Wertz, Jeff 1978-79 .270 47-NA 137 23 37 8 1 2 21 10 West, Kim 1971-72 .094 16-NA 32 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 West, Theron 1959-60 .200 7-NA 10 3 2 2 0 0 4 0 White, Adam 2006-07 .367 109-109 412 93 151 15 4 1 59 30 White, Brandon 2017-18 .283 111-106 360 52 102 11 4 1 34 35 Whitecotton, Tom 1972-73 .174 17-NA 23 5 4 0 1 1 4 0 Whitman, Dick 1967-68 .200 29-NA 65 12 13 0 2 1 9 4 Whitman, Gordon 1963 .323 24-NA 31 5 10 3 1 0 8 4 Whitmore, Darrell 1989-90 .392 71-60 199 57 78 18 3 11 72 6 Wildley, Kendall 1983 .357 15-NA 28 9 10 0 0 0 2 1 Wilfong, Larry 1969-71 .202 48-NA 129 18 26 3 1 1 12 3 Willett, Justin 2003 .000 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Willetts, Jim 1964 .333 7-NA 9 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 Williams, Lance 1998-99 .387 106-100 382 82 148 24 1 9 79 11 Williamson, Josh 1994-97 .348 197-187 701 177 244 53 9 8 107 36 Wilson, Brady 2010-13 .285 206-189 743 134 212 20 6 10 77 45 Wilson, Dave 1962-63 .324 18-NA 34 8 11 2 0 0 8 0 Wilson, Jeff 1979-82 .336 123-NA 360 108 121 24 5 12 61 19 Withrow, Jan 1965-66 .250 58-NA 180 31 45 3 3 3 25 22 Wood, Shaun 2014-16 .198 120-73 303 36 60 8 0 14 55 11 Woodring, Dustin 2005 .100 10-2 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Woods, Derek 2001 .000 5-0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Woolford, Ed 1977-78 .248 50-NA 157 31 39 5 1 1 16 3 Wooten, Bill 2006 .244 20-9 45 9 11 1 0 0 7 1 Wright, Chester 1964 .333 8-NA 6 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 Yeatter, Greg 1995 .250 6-0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Yocum, Tim 1994-95 .280 88-76 279 54 78 14 5 5 50 3 Yost, Jordon 2007-08 .279 87-70 283 66 79 16 0 17 65 6 Young, Glen 1972-73 .292 35-NA 106 9 31 5 0 2 20 0 Zarbnisky, Braden 2016-18 .284 134-100 412 85 117 11 3 1 40 42 Zitel, Andrew 2016-18 .247 73-32 154 25 38 9 0 2 22 6 WVUBaseball

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CAREER INDIVIDUAL STATS - PITCHING PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Agreste, Joe 2009 9.00 0 0 2-0 0 3.0 3 7 3 5 1 Allen, Rodney 1993 10.38 0 0 4-0 0 5.2 7 8 6 5 2 Allen, Ryan 1996-97 6.43 2 1 21-1 4 25.2 30 19 18 18 28 Altemus, Andy 2009-10 4.71 7 7 47-4 7 147.0 179 99 77 46 90 Amedro, Chris 2002-05 6.82 7 10 39-11 2 112.2 123 197 185 184 167 Ammons, Neil 1983-86 5.43 9 7 30-20 0 131.0 171 100 79 38 45 Antalosky, Mike 1973 135.00 0 0 2-0 NA 0.2 6 6 3 1 1 Antone, Nate 2012 52.50 0 0 2-0 0 1.2 3 8 7 6 1 Apicella 1959 1.11 0 0 3-NA NA 8.1 5 3 1 5 11 Asbury, Justin 2003-04 5.71 3 4 23-3 0 52.0 72 41 33 21 29 Backus, Wendall 1961-63 2.72 7 2 20-0 NA 89.2 74 37 27 43 111 Baggs, John 1992-93 8.02 3 6 18-7 0 57.2 73 54 51 30 36 Bame, Chris 1998-99 9.75 0 0 11-1 0 12.0 27 20 13 3 8 Bargeron, Zach 2011-14 5.84 4 4 41-12 0 81.2 90 63 53 60 38 Barry, Dan 1992-93 3.11 11 3 21-17 2 110.1 102 52 38 50 90 Bebout, Brian 1981 4.50 0 0 1-0 0 2.0 3 3 1 0 0 Bebout, Dave 1987-89 4.35 10 9 31-21 1 126.1 121 88 61 64 66 Beller, Steve 1996-97 6.08 6 6 21-13 2 93.2 103 81 63 50 83 Beltz, Bob 1971 2.77 1 1 10-2 NA 26.0 20 11 8 12 24 Bennett, Michael 2014 5.14 2 3 15-2 1 28.0 24 16 16 15 18 Bergerson, Brendan 2004-07 4.34 7 0 30-12 0 89.1 100 58 43 50 69 Berry, Andy 2010-11 4.91 12 7 32-28 0 174.0 213 107 95 70 105 Berzansky, Steve 1963 2.00 1 0 2-NA NA 9.0 5 8 2 7 10 Besch, Stew 1972 0.00 0 0 2-0 NA 5.0 1 0 0 7 10 Biggs, Billy 1999-02 3.64 18 16 54-15 13 183.1 171 85 74 45 169 Blackshaw, John 1984 35.12 0 2 3-2 0 4.1 10 17 16 9 2 Blethen, Matt 1999-01 7.23 3 8 34-13 4 82.2 105 86 66 60 75 Bolyard, Bucky 1959 0.75 1 2 3-NA NA 24.0 16 7 2 7 26 Boone, Brandon 2015-16 3.47 1 0 18-0 0 23.1 17 11 9 18 34 Bornstein, Josh 2015 1.5 0 0 7-0 0 6 4 3 1 4 3 Bowers, Steve 1998 37.50 0 0 2-0 0 1.2 4 5 5 3 3 Bramer, Tim 1981 6.92 0 0 4-0 0 5.2 6 5 4 7 3 Brand, Tom 1967 4.50 0 0 2-0 NA 4.0 4 2 2 2 3 Brewer, Jacob 2016 5.40 0 0 9-0 1 6.2 8 5 4 8 8 Broadwater, Marcus 2009-11 11.83 1 3 19-2 1 31.2 50 44 41 17 20 Brock, Sam 1975-78 3.15 12 7 27-20 NA 151.2 146 78 53 80 118 Brown, Gabe 2012 7.20 1 0 3-0 0 10.0 17 8 8 5 7 Cafaro, Frank 1997 5.65 2 0 17-0 5 19.1 22 18 12 17 21 Camp, Camp 2017 8.31 0 1 5-3 0 8.2 7 8 8 8 13 Campbell, John 1987-88 8.16 3 3 19-8 1 65.1 96 66 59 34 23 Campbell, Tanner 2016-17 3.14 2 1 8-5 0 28.2 25 13 10 13 20 Cappa, John 1993 5.79 2 2 9-4 0 28.0 28 25 18 28 29 Carley, Sean 2014 2.95 5 3 18-9 4 73.1 74 27 24 26 47 Carter, Jim 1959-60 1.50 3 2 7-NA NA 60.1 37 25 10 47 37 Chapnick, Bruce 1967-68 8.85 0 1 6-0 NA 6.1 10 6 6 4 7 Chuma, Paul 1959-60 2.09 12 5 13-NA NA 138.1 104 53 32 87 206 Ciesielski, John 1989 7.07 3 0 7-6 0 28.0 23 24 22 36 9

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PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Circle, Tim 1980 10.13 1 0 4-1 0 8.0 7 13 9 18 6 Cisneros, Dan 1998-99 4.41 3 4 35-0 4 53.1 58 33 26 25 37 Cline, Zac 2002-04 3.64 24 11 42-41 0 282.2 259 132 114 85 206 Cummings, Jeremy 1996-99 4.77 13 13 59-27 4 230.2 234 147 122 82 214 Darby, Jesse 2008-09 6.67 0 0 5-0 0 8.1 16 6 6 5 7 Davis, Paul 1959 16.36 0 1 3-NA NA 2.2 0 4 4 10 2 DiAngelo, Jason 2002-03 4.80 9 8 25-17 0 120.1 113 85 64 69 103 Dickerson, Ryan 1991-92, 94 8.43 4 0 20-1 2 47.0 72 61 44 46 18 Dierdorff, Dan 2012-13 5.60 8 14 34-23 2 159.0 186 115 99 63 108 Dipzinski, Tad 2012-13 12.00 0 0 6-1 0 6.0 6 11 8 15 3 Dolphin, Dan 1972-75 2.65 16 9 32-25 NA 180.2 135 73 53 82 138 Donato, Chad 2014-16 3.16 10 10 34-29 1 196.1 179 86 69 41 188 Donnelly, Tim 1974-77 4.29 8 10 24-13 NA 107.0 114 84 51 61 69 Dotson, Conner 2015-18 4.53 10 12 49-17 2 137.0 147 83 69 73 118 Drenning, Jason 1994 21.43 0 0 4-0 0 4.2 5 10 10 10 2 Dunham, Todd 2002-05 5.47 3 4 52-1 12 92.2 102 62 56 45 97 Durst, Kenny 2005-07 4.66 10 12 41-27 3 199.0 223 125 103 73 149 Dykxhoorn, Brock 2013 3.15 2 1 10-7 0 34.1 32 16 12 11 20 Eaton, Paul 1965-66 1.50 1 2 13-4 NA 30.1 22 12 5 13 22 Ellis, John 1964 1.11 2 0 4-NA NA 8.1 6 2 1 3 2 Ellis, Justin 2009 5.42 4 1 12-3 0 38.2 58 30 23 6 24 Englehart, Troy 1996 0.00 0 0 2-0 0 1.1 0 0 0 2 1 Ennis, Shane 2015-18 4.44 6 6 60-7 3 97.1 83 54 48 65 73 Enochs, Chris 1995-97 4.82 21 10 41-28 3 205.2 218 137 110 75 161 Enourato, Chris 2007-10 4.55 19 6 72-0 21 178.1 194 116 90 52 179 Ewen, Clayton 2001-02 3.24 9 2 32-6 6 114.0 122 51 41 41 109 Fagler, Marty 2001-06 4.45 12 9 50-27 0 182.0 209 125 90 87 136 Falkenstine, Kurt 1982 10.00 0 3 7-2 NA 17.1 29 23 19 20 16 Fennessy, Jeff 1993-94 3.85 10 7 29-22 2 140.2 126 77 60 94 115 Fetterly, Ross 2008 8.42 2 1 15-1 0 31.0 54 29 29 14 28 Filandino, Joe 1982-84 3.13 12 6 31-11 0 115.2 102 61 40 57 75 Fuchs, Bill 1988 17.14 0 1 3-0 0 2.1 7 4 4 0 1 Galbraith, Dustin 2009 19.80 0 0 4-1 0 5.0 10 11 11 3 4 Gallagher, Rick 1977-78 4.76 4 6 13-12 NA 68.0 74 51 36 24 40 Glass, Josh 2004 0.00 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 Glus, Dan 1982, 84-86 6.26 10 6 41-12 5 122.2 146 103 85 95 67 Glus, Dean 1985-88 3.85 7 5 43-1 4 112.1 109 76 48 92 66 Goff, John 1959 2.64 5 3 11-NA NA 58.0 59 28 17 26 43 Gray, Gary 1974-76 5.01 5 6 34-3 NA 88.0 98 65 49 48 40 Gross, Billy 2007-09 4.04 18 7 37-23 0 194.0 208 104 87 78 138 Grove, Michael 2016-17 3.13 5 5 25-16 1 92.0 74 40 32 35 117 Haines, Brad 1973-74 4.49 4 5 19-6 NA 54.1 42 36 27 39 47 Halstead, Brandon 2003 3.00 2 0 2-2 0 15.0 11 6 5 4 7


LEVI MAXWELL PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Hardy, Jeff 2015-16 6.49 3 2 32-1 2 52.2 64 42 38 20 51 Harlow, Josh 2011-13 5.02 4 5 41-0 4 100.1 112 64 56 38 65 Harman, Ryan 1991 10.66 1 2 7-2 0 15.2 14 18 18 19 7 Hartman, Brad 1987-89, 91 7.16 1 2 21-2 2 40.2 58 39 32 24 20 Hash, Jonathan 2010-11 10.47 0 0 12-0 2 23.2 35 27 27 25 14 Helsel, Ron 1989-90 5.95 4 6 17-9 0 71.1 76 66 47 44 39 Henderson, John 1973, 75-76 13.15 1 1 8-1 NA 13.0 19 24 19 22 8 Hendren, Steve 1999-00 4.37 7 2 28-6 0 74.2 81 50 36 34 54 Hildreth, Jim 1965 9.00 0 0 1-0 NA 1.0 1 1 1 1 1 Hill, Jared 2010, 12-13 9.26 1 1 20-1 1 23.1 31 31 24 24 19 Hill, Ryan 2005-06 6.30 4 3 22-2 0 57.1 72 41 40 23 45 Hinkle, Eric 2010, 12 9.27 2 9 22-18 0 67.0 102 79 69 49 44 Hively, Jason 1993-96 4.96 13 12 43-29 1 203.2 187 139 112 116 80 Hoff, Bruce 1982 6.09 0 1 11-0 NA 19.2 27 20 13 11 9 Holmes, Corey 2013 5.71 0 0 15-0 1 17.1 14 12 11 12 12 Holshey, John 1982-83 2.79 16 6 29-20 1 155.1 146 66 48 72 106 Horvath, Alec 2015 27.0 0 0 1-0 0 0.1 0 1 1 1 0 Hostrander, Ryan 2013-14 3.75 2 1 30-0 0 36.0 41 23 15 16 21 Hudson, Joe 1990-92 4.88 14 13 44-31 3 212.1 218 145 115 114 161 Hudson, Tristen 2018 5.13 2 0 24-0 0 26.1 28 20 15 15 25 Huffman, Ed 1966 0.00 0 0 3-0 NA 3.0 2 1 0 3 1 Iannacchione, Mike 1990 6.13 0 0 13-0 3 19.1 24 15 13 19 11 Jeran, Joe 1961-63 1.85 12 7 22-3 NA 141.1 104 50 29 49 132 Johnson, Greg 1996 6.47 4 2 18-0 1 32.0 49 25 23 10 28 Johnson, Mike 1974-77 6.23 5 9 21-19 NA 85.2 95 82 59 66 53 Jones, Jonathan 2009-11 6.27 10 6 34-26 0 142.1 174 121 99 92 113 Jordan, Seth 2015 8.31 1 0 8-0 0 8.2 9 8 8 5 4 Kearns, Isaiah 2017-18 4.52 8 4 28-19 0 93.2 89 52 47 43 97 Keeler, Bill 1974-76 5.13 4 8 21-15 NA 112.2 139 87 64 35 67 Keller, Adam 2015 4.01 1 2 15-2 0 33.2 32 20 15 11 32 Kessler, Sam 2017-18 2.71 5 2 42-2 5 66.1 53 30 20 31 73 King, Chris 1985-86 10.54 2 6 16-11 0 41.0 50 55 48 57 32 Kirchner, Bernie 1973 4.35 0 0 3-1 NA 6.2 6 3 3 7 4 Kirkland, Jim 1999-00 4.64 8 3 33-8 1 91.2 98 52 47 32 70 Kline, Steve 1993 3.07 6 6 15-12 0 79.1 61 35 27 32 82 Kloes, David 1998 4.86 7 5 17-13 2 87.0 95 56 47 25 64 Knoll, John 1968-69 4.09 2 0 6-5 NA 24.2 19 14 11 20 22 Koch, Ed 1978-81 5.05 13 11 39-23 4 164.0 147 119 92 130 146 Kolar, Kevin 1987 9.00 0 0 1-0 0 2.0 2 2 2 0 1 Korzun, Kevin 2005-06 4.63 3 2 27-2 3 60.2 70 36 31 26 29 Kovach, Vaughn 1964-66 1.90 16 5 39-16 NA 175.1 120 59 37 74 189 Kyle, Glenn 1979 5.95 0 0 5-0 1 12.1 8 6 8 8 3 Lachenmayer, Todd 1991 8.71 0 1 3-1 0 6.2 8 8 6 5 1 Landers, Mark 1991 19.13 0 0 4-0 0 8.0 19 18 17 10 4 Langmaack, Jack 1976-77 4.89 4 2 12-7 NA 55.2 60 38 30 32 34 Lapkowicz, Joby 2014 6.75 0 0 11-0 0 4.0 6 4 3 5 5 Latwaitis, Rob 1989 9.00 0 0 1-0 0 1.0 1 1 1 2 0 Laxton, Josh 1999 6.49 0 1 7-3 0 11.1 13 10 8 7 7 Leach, Steve 1973 3.27 0 2 4-1 NA 11.0 9 6 4 8 6 Lease, Randy 1971 1.56 5 3 8-7 NA 46.1 29 14 8 28 56 Leatherman, Dan 2006 5.14 7 2 18-6 4 77.1 81 49 44 27 67 LeHosit, Tony 1990-91 3.38 7 5 28-6 8 72.0 55 33 27 43 42

PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Lipscomb, Ryan 2003-04 5.52 1 2 25-6 2 44.0 52 31 27 37 45 Lodgek, Rich 1992-95 5.85 9 16 50-31 4 197.0 221 156 128 148 137 Mammarella, Mickey 1984-85 5.45 8 2 19-9 1 71.0 81 48 43 47 28 Mance, Jerry 1967 9.00 0 0 1-0 NA 1.0 2 1 1 1 2 Mankin, Craig 1961-62 2.16 6 2 5-0 NA 58.2 46 21 14 32 30 Manoah, Alek 2017-18 3.53 4 6 42-18 4 109.2 96 59 43 61 105 Marz, Mike 1993-94 2.99 8 3 40-0 14 78.2 67 44 26 37 55 Mathias, Keith 1988-91 4.80 19 13 58-30 1 219.2 222 148 117 126 132 Maust, David 2000-01 4.38 5 11 28-11 0 115.0 120 65 56 32 108 Mavroleon, Jim 1969-70 1.08 9 3 16-8 NA 83.0 35 16 10 31 80 Maxwell, Jim 1980 6.00 0 0 3-0 0 6.0 7 4 4 2 6 Maxwell, Levi 2004, 06-07 6.62 6 10 32-15 1 121.0 137 112 89 62 73 McBroom, Ryan 2012 12.27 0 0 1-0 0 2.2 2 3 3 4 4 McCarty, Mark 1976, 78-80 4.19 8 5 24-13 0 103.0 95 54 48 53 85 McCauley, Josh 2011 5.77 1 5 13-6 0 45.2 59 35 29 22 27 McCracken, Vance 1999-01 3.89 7 9 27-20 0 125.0 125 72 54 47 98 McDonald, Ryan 2017 6.04 1 2 14-0 0 22.1 24 18 15 16 14 McGrath, Travis 2004-05 5.56 1 4 10-8 0 34.0 29 31 21 36 31 McNamee, Joe 1996 17.14 0 0 4-0 0 4.2 5 9 8 8 9 Meadows, Dillon 2018 5.00 0 0 10-0 0 9.0 8 6 5 5 5 Meadows, Jerry 1965-67 1.73 21 6 39-28 NA 198.1 129 57 38 90 226 Means, John 2013-14 3.24 10 6 25-25 0 141.2 145 67 51 40 100 Medina, Tino 2003 6.17 1 4 7-6 0 32.1 31 30 22 30 25 Michaels, Ryan 1997-98 3.60 5 0 16-8 0 60.0 50 28 24 41 62 Miller, Benny 2012 3.53 0 0 3-0 0 5.1 4 2 2 6 4 Miller, Jim 1966-67 3.13 3 2 16-6 NA 43.2 18 22 15 42 44 Miller, Shawn 2003-05 5.92 13 12 35-31 0 196.2 231 153 129 102 142 Milliken, Jerry 1964-65 0.00 0 0 3-0 NA 4.0 3 2 0 1 0 Mohr, Keith 1981 3.65 3 3 10-5 1 27.1 24 18 11 26 26 Moore, Chris 1998-99 5.97 1 0 24-0 2 18.1 26 21 12 7 16 Morales, Endy 2016 8.31 0 0 6-0 0 4.1 4 4 4 2 2 Morrison, Steve 2008-10 6.03 6 4 17-14 0 88.1 89 68 59 63 58 Morrone, Matt 2009-11 5.97 0 0 17-0 0 18.1 18 14 12 13 7 Moschel, Mike 1967-68 3.21 8 7 22-14 NA 84.1 51 44 30 61 58 Munchin, Frank 1963 0.00 0 0 1-NA NA 2.0 0 0 0 3 4 Munden, Taylor 2013 7.27 0 1 7-0 0 8.2 7 8 7 7 7 Musgrave, Harrison 2011, 13-14 2.89 18 6 39-39 0 258.1 210 95 83 74 209 Myers, BJ 2015-18 4.19 14 15 67-49 1 305.1 307 175 142 101 245 Nagy, Rob 1971-72 3.19 1 1 6-2 NA 14.1 16 7 5 10 3 Nakazato, Pen 2012 12.94 0 1 8-1 0 16.0 26 25 23 9 14 Neelen, Craig 1972-73 5.93 2 3 14-4 NA 44.0 54 41 29 28 39 Neff, Todd 1997 9.75 1 0 7-0 0 12.0 22 19 13 8 6 Nelson, Josh 2000-01 6.71 0 5 17-3 1 32.2 45 26 24 14 28 Nieman, John 1964 1.68 1 0 9-NA NA 16.1 14 8 3 9 11 Nippert, Dustin 2002 4.85 3 4 12-9 0 63.1 70 45 34 27 57 Ogden, Doug 1977 4.89 1 1 8-2 NA 22.1 16 12 12 19 21 Ogden, Mike 1978 3.46 2 2 5-2 NA 26.0 28 17 10 11 28 Oglebay, Chuck 1970 5.40 0 1 1-1 NA 5.0 5 3 3 2 5 Olson, David 2001 45.00 0 0 1-0 0 0.2 2 1 1 1 0 Osbourn, Wes 2004-06 5.64 9 5 29-13 1 110.2 150 76 69 54 56 Oswald, Ryan 1997-98 3.58 1 0 10-0 0 15.1 17 9 6 13 20 Parrish, Bill 1977-78 3.00 6 5 13-5 NA 63.0 49 38 21 32 61 Parziale, Vincent 1963 1.20 2 0 3-NA NA 15.0 8 4 2 10 11

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ROSS VANCE PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Paul, Pascal 2013-14 2.82 3 4 44-0 10 60.2 62 23 19 30 50 Perry, Dave 1986-89 5.47 20 11 48-32 0 194.2 240 140 118 71 108 Phillips, Shay 2015 7.71 0 0 2-0 0 2.1 3 2 2 1 0 Pickering, Chase 2009-10 8.59 4 4 16-8 0 44.0 58 45 42 36 37 Pickering, Jeff 1979 5.18 2 2 6-5 0 19.1 20 15 11 16 21 Podolinski, Andy 2009 9.88 0 0 10-0 0 8.2 12 9 9 6 4 Potock, Jacob 2016-18 6.32 0 1 13-0 1 15.2 22 12 11 9 11 Powell, Dave 1982 16.36 0 0 2-0 NA 1.1 5 3 2 2 0 Powroznik, Todd 1986 6.82 2 1 9-0 1 21.1 26 19 16 10 4 Pressly, Austin 2012 6.83 1 0 14-0 1 29.0 34 28 22 17 10 Prosser, Paul 1990 0.00 0 0 1-0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 Purkey, Brian 1984-85 9.93 2 2 15-1 1 29.0 38 39 32 36 22 Radosevich, John 1963-65 1.34 25 4 43-9 NA 215.0 131 62 32 73 338 Reeser, Nate 2000 2.41 1 1 12-0 2 11.2 17 5 3 2 11 Regn, Keith 1985-88 4.55 16 9 46-29 2 182.1 182 106 92 115 153 Reid, Zach 2018 5.79 1 0 11-0 0 9.1 8 6 6 2 12 Rhodes, Jimmy 2005 12.00 0 1 3-2 0 6.0 9 8 8 3 4 Rhodes, Shane 1998-01 3.99 22 16 55-49 0 304.2 335 177 135 109 284 Ridgley, Trent 2004-07 6.61 1 2 32-1 3 53.1 62 41 39 36 43 Riffle, John 2003 12.68 0 0 7-1 0 14.2 28 23 20 10 9 Riley, Kevin 2000 9.00 0 0 2-0 0 3.0 4 3 3 2 1 Riley, Mike 1994-96 5.76 14 11 41-34 1 201.6 220 149 129 178 169 Robinson, Rich 1965 5.07 1 0 6-0 NA 7.1 9 7 4 4 7 Rohaus, Dave 1979-81 5.31 4 9 24-13 1 93.2 97 71 55 67 45 Rollinson, Brad 1977-79 5.48 2 4 10-6 0 31.2 36 26 19 22 15 Ross, Caleb 2012 6.29 0 2 12-5 0 27.2 34 22 19 22 17 Ross, Louie 1998-99 4.34 8 6 31-22 4 145.1 165 94 70 48 134 Rosseau, Greg 1980 5.97 0 2 9-2 0 21.1 24 14 14 18 10 Rugghia, Tony 1981-83 4.44 14 7 36-22 0 164.2 176 113 81 84 60 Russell, Ty 1999-00 4.59 0 1 14-7 0 47.1 59 30 24 24 38 Saab, Andrew 2009 3.00 0 0 4-0 0 3.0 5 1 1 2 1 Saccamano, Jim 1983 10.98 0 0 2-1 0 4.1 7 6 5 5 5 Saffell, Eric 2006-07 6.47 6 3 39-3 2 93.2 132 72 67 27 54 Saunders, Gary 1960-62 3.10 6 5 7-0 NA 84.2 68 38 29 56 65 Scarcella, Mike 1982-84 7.62 4 5 14-13 0 66.1 78 61 56 43 38 Schlieper, Rich 1984-85 3.75 11 5 26-21 1 120.1 116 69 50 70 94 Schmidt, Mike 2006-07 8.71 0 0 5-0 0 3.1 4 4 3 8 3 Seafert, Larry 1968-69 3.32 2 3 15-5 NA 46.1 45 27 17 16 23 Semenik, Ted 1966-67 3.73 7 3 26-7 NA 65.2 60 36 27 22 42 Sergent, Jordan 2015 3.6 0 0 7-0 0 5 6 3 2 4 1 Shafer, Tom 1960-62 1.69 17 7 12-8 NA 218.1 135 62 41 66 204 Shaw, Wes 1987-90 1.42 28 9 52-45 0 683.2 274 148 108 94 243 Shope, Ashley 1994-95 5.38 4 3 32-1 8 50.2 60 46 30 38 39 Sigman, Jackson 2015-17 4.52 6 4 69-0 0 83.2 79 48 42 38 91 Simms, Trevor 2014 7.56 0 1 6-1 0 8.1 11 7 7 6 3 Smith, Blake 2015-16 2.89 9 3 45-0 13 62.1 47 27 20 35 80 Smith, Ken 1986-87 3.12 21 1 26-26 0 179.0 188 77 62 61 84 Smith, Derek 1999, 01-02 9.29 1 1 17-0 0 25.2 35 26 26 21 18

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PLAYER YEAR(S) ERA W L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO Smith, Fred 1968-70 2.92 5 3 17-10 NA 74.0 60 31 24 28 30 Snyder, Nick 2018 22.50 0 0 7-0 0 4.0 4 13 10 13 6 Sochacki, Tom 1970-72 1.86 4 3 17-6 NA 58.1 54 32 12 23 53 Sommer, Karl 1978, 80-81 3.98 5 4 22-10 0 88.2 95 52 39 32 47 Spencer, Chad 1995-97 5.23 7 14 43-21 3 172.0 191 134 100 106 140 Spitale, Sergio 1992-93 5.01 6 6 20-9 1 79.1 94 53 44 42 54 Stawas, Jeff 1990 18.00 0 0 1-0 0 1.0 3 4 2 1 0 Stewart, Jason 2000-01 6.88 1 0 10-1 0 17.0 26 15 13 6 11 Stouffer, Greg 1995-96 5.11 4 6 27-11 1 81.0 79 64 46 62 67 Strowd, Kade 2017-18 5.75 5 10 32-21 0 108.0 115 71 69 64 96 Stupka, Joe 2006-07 7.59 3 3 16-9 0 64.0 67 60 54 55 48 Sube, Mike 1989-91 3.22 12 5 36-17 3 134.2 106 62 48 71 115 Summers, Jarryd 2008-10 4.32 13 15 41-34 1 225.1 207 129 108 104 213 Tarajack, Brian 2000-01 4.72 7 4 21-16 0 101.1 123 73 53 35 93 Taylor, Denny 1966-68 1.87 8 1 22-9 NA 72.2 47 24 15 33 88 Tezak, Ryan 2011-14 3.52 15 6 66-0 11 117.2 97 54 46 68 93 Thompson, Bobby 2008-09 13.50 0 1 10-1 0 16.0 31 26 24 12 9 Thompson, Marshall 2011-13 5.95 8 11 25-24 0 131.2 134 102 87 86 87 Troutt, Riley 2017-18 5.82 1 1 18-0 0 21.2 24 16 14 9 14 Twigg, Michael 2010-11 6.38 4 2 18-8 1 55.0 60 43 39 39 39 Van Gorder, Joe 2002 7.03 1 5 11-5 1 32.0 37 33 25 19 35 Van Zant, Greg 1982 12.00 0 1 1-1 NA 3.0 4 4 4 1 0 Vance, Ross 2014-16 3.91 17 12 51-35 0 246.1 232 128 107 82 223 Vesuvio, Frank 2017 3.00 0 0 5-0 0 3.0 1 1 1 5 2 Voithofer, Matt 1966-67 5.40 1 0 9-2 NA 15.0 19 14 9 7 11 Wagener, Rick 1968-71 1.79 16 3 26-22 NA 156.0 82 47 31 83 193 Walker, David 2003 8.25 0 1 7-1 0 12.0 23 18 11 7 8 Wallace, Charles 1964-66 1.90 8 3 24-8 NA 90.2 72 42 19 44 61 Walls, Jim 1981-84 5.34 11 12 42-28 0 155.1 186 148 92 93 75 Walter, Corey 2011-14 4.46 14 20 58-31 5 266.2 292 156 132 100 128 Weiss, Eddie 1987 11.61 1 0 4-1 0 6.2 10 8 8 3 6 Welsh, Dan 1994-97 6.67 6 6 43-14 1 128.2 138 120 95 136 122 Wernke, Nick 2015-16 6.43 1 0 16-0 1 14.0 13 11 10 15 11 West, Kim 1971-72 2.20 6 7 16-13 NA 94.2 53 35 23 46 114 West, Theron 1959-60 2.81 5 0 7-NA NA 32.0 24 18 10 19 36 Whitecotton, Tom 1972-75 3.35 5 7 27-15 NA 129.0 101 68 48 60 103 Whitlock, Josh 2007-08 4.74 14 12 27-25 0 167.2 148 99 88 87 139 Williams, Ryan 1991-94 4.45 26 13 53-42 1 265.0 295 175 131 117 203 Wilson, Dave 1962-63 2.22 10 1 16-0 NA 81.0 50 31 20 44 82 Wolf, Jackson 2018 4.07 1 1 17-2 0 24.1 19 15 11 15 24 Wood, Cody 2017-18 4.99 2 0 26-0 1 39.2 41 23 22 18 23 Wright, Chester 1964 0.75 3 1 10-NA NA 24.0 11 7 2 18 40 Wyner, Mark 2005 11.07 0 3 6-2 0 12.2 13 16 15 13 11 Yost, Jordon 2007-08 3.19 0 0 10-1 0 14.1 16 9 5 5 9 Young, Christian 2018 5.88 3 1 17-3 0 33.2 29 23 22 14 35 Young, Mike 1995 8.90 0 0 8-0 0 17.2 24 22 17 28 18 Yurish, Matt 2005-08 4.37 17 12 49-42 0 247.2 236 149 120 143 247 Zarbnisky, Braden 2016-18 3.75 12 5 50-8 8 103.1 98 49 43 47 106 Zyskowski, Garrett 1997-98 4.47 15 6 28-26 0 161.2 173 97 80 78 134

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MONONGALIA COUNTY BALLPARK TOP SINGLE-GAME HOME CROWDS 1. 3,415 2. 3,279 # 3. 3,110 4. 3,037 5. 2,929 6. 2,914 7. 2,871 8. 2,815 9. 2,618 10. 2,558 11. 2,541 12. 2,535 % 13. 2,527 # 14. 2,452 # 15. 2,327 16. 2,304 17. 2,274 18. 2,250 # 19. 2,237 % 20. 2,211 21. 2,143 % 22. 2,114 23. 2,107 24. 2,085 2,085

TCU Oklahoma Butler Pitt Oklahoma TCU Oklahoma Pitt Texas Oklahoma State TCU Pitt TCU (2) Kentucky Oklahoma Kansas State Texas Oklahoma Texas Butler Oklahoma State Virginia Tech TCU Kansas Oklahoma State

4/15/17 5/3/13 4/10/15 5/12/15 4/29/17 4/14/17 4/18/15 5/16/17 4/28/18 4/14/18 5/1/15 4/30/13 5/11/13 3/24/09 4/28/17 4/16/16 5/7/16 5/4/13 5/4/14 4/11/15 4/12/14 5/9/18 5/2/15 4/8/17 4/13/18

All games at Mon. County Ballpark unless otherwise indicated # - Charleston, West Virginia; % - Hawley Field, Morgantown

TOP TOTAL HOME ATTENDANCE SEASON 1. 2017 2. 2016 3. 2018 4. 2015 5. 2013 6. 2014 7. 2010 8. 2012 9. 2011

HOME GAMES 22 30 23 22 21 15 29 26 27

TOTAL 40,616 40,390 35,101 33,158 27,907 16,470 8,889 8,475 8,212

TOP AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE SEASON 1. 2017 2. 2018 3. 2015 4. 2016 5. 2013 6. 2014 7. 2010 8. 2012 9. 2011

HOME GAMES 22 23 22 30 21 15 29 26 27

TOTAL 1,846 1,526 1,507 1,346 1,328 1,098 329 325 304

The West Virginia baseball team plays in one of the premier collegiate baseball venues in the country, Monongalia County Ballpark. The 3,500-capacity ballpark features state-of-the-art fan and player amenities. In what was touted as one of the best collaboration efforts seen in the state of West Virginia, Monongalia County Ballpark opened its doors in 2015. The $21-million ballpark is arguably the top facility in the region and the clubhouse amenities rivals those in Major League Baseball. Monongalia County Ballpark has a synthetic surface to accommodate severe weather and heavy use and a clay pitchers mound. The dimensions are 325 feet down the left and right field lines, 375 feet to the power alleys and 400 to center field.

THE HOME OF THE MOUNTAINEERS CAPACITY 3,500 FIRST SEASON 2015 FIRST GAME April 10, 2015 W, 6-5 (13 Inn.), vs. Butler ALL-TIME RECORD 57-36 PLAYING SURFACE AstroTurf, Clay Mound DIMENSIONS RF/LF – 325 RC/LC – 375 CF – 400 ORIGINAL COST $21 Million

The venue features 2,500 permanent seatbacks and can be expanded to hold 3,500 fans with standing room areas. All seats are protected by netting that provides an unobstructed view for all fans. There are three different areas to enter the ballpark and two ticket booths, while the concourse features a team shop, two concession areas, public restrooms and a large party deck that supports numerous standalone vendors. Along with a high-definition scoreboard and videoboard and a state-of-the-art lighting system, Monongalia County Ballpark is one of top collegiate baseball facility in the country. Just beyond the right field fence serves as the everyday home for the Mountaineers, with clubhouse amenities rivaling those in Major League Baseball. The building features a player's locker room with full-size lockers, coaches' locker room and offices, player's lounge, team theater, indoor and outdoor batting cages, a fully-equipped athletic training room and equipment room. The press box features three luxury suites with high-end finishes and indoor/outdoor seating, a spacious television booth, three radio booths, a 20-seat press area, a video control room and numerous booths for game operations. The Mountaineers opened Monongalia County Ballpark with a 6-5, 13-inning victory against Butler on April 10, 2015. WVU owns a 57-36 record in the venue entering the 2019 season. WVU has experienced record-setting attendance numbers each year in the new ballpark, as nearly 150,000 fans have watched the Mountaineers in their new home. That includes more than 30,000 every season and 3,415, the largest home crowd in team history, on April 15, 2017, against No. 3 TCU. Monongalia County Ballpark was named the BaseballParks.com Ballpark of the Year for 2015. The annual award recognizes a new or remodeled stadium with the best combination of site selection, exterior appearance, architectural design and fan amenities.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1955 NCAA DISTRICT III (1-2)

NCAA BREAKDOWN NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 1955, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1994, 1996, 2017 OVERALL RECORD

12

10-24 (.294)

NCAA DISTRICT/REGIONALS HOSTED 1 NCAA DISTRICT/REGIONAL FINALS 

1955

31961, 1982, 2017

NCAA SUPER REGIONAL APPEARANCES

0

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES APPEARANCES

0

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT AND MLB Jim Heise (1955)  MLB Debut: 1957, Washington Senators Buck Guth (1967)  MLB Debut: 1972, Minnesota Twins Scott Seabol (1996)  MLB Debut: 2001, New York Yankees

RECORD VS. OPPONENT Arkansas 0-1 Auburn 1-1 Clemson 0-3 Duke 0-1 East Carolina 1-1 Florida 0-2 Florida State 1-2 Ga. Southern 1-0 Maryland 2-0

Michigan Mississippi State Old Dominion Ole Miss Rider South Carolina Tennessee Wake Forest

0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-1 1-7

0-3 1-3 3-0 1-0

* West Virginia was seeded fifth in 1994 and 1996, began in 1988.

RECORD BY SITE

152

GAME 2 West Virginia 9, Wake Forest 7 May 30 – Morgantown, W.Va.

West Virginia Wake Forest

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 - 9 9 6 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 7 8 0

1-2 2-2 2-2 2-10 0-2 0-2 0-2 2-2

GAME 3 Wake Forest 12, West Virginia 8 June 1 – Gastonia, N.C.

Wake Forest West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 1 1 0 1 2 3 1 3 0 - 12 15 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 3 - 8 10 9

1964 NCAA DISTRICT III (0-2) GAME 1 Mississippi 11, West Virginia 0 May 28 – Gastonia, N.C.

West Virginia Mississippi

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 5 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 6 X - 11 12 0

GAME 3 Wake Forest 6, West Virginia 5

GAME 2 East Carolina 6, West Virginia 5

Wake Forest West Virginia

West Virginia East Carolina

May 31 – Morgantown, W.Va.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 - 6 9 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 - 1 8 5

May 28 – Gastonia, N.C.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 - 5 7 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 - 6 7 3

1961 NCAA DISTRICT III (1-2)

1967 NCAA DISTRICT III (0-2)

June 1 – Gastonia, N.C.

June 2 – Gastonia, N.C.

Florida State West Virginia

GAME 2 Clemson 5, West Virginia 0

Game 1 Florida State 3, West Virginia 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 - 3 10 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 6 2

GAME 1 Auburn 8, West Virginia 3

June 3 – Gastonia, N.C.

GAME 2 West Virginia 4, Florida State 3

1982 NCAA EAST REGIONAL (2-2)

West Virginia Florida State

May 27 – Columbia, S.C.

June 2 – Gastonia, N.C.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 - 4 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 - 3 8 1

Duke West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 3 - 7 11 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 - 3 2 1

GAME 1 South Carolina 7, West Virginia 0 South Carolina West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 - 7 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 7 3

GAME 2 West Virginia 7, Old Dominion 6 (10 innings) May 28 – Columbia, S.C.

1962 NCAA DISTRICT III (0-2)

Old Dominion West Virginia

May 31 – Gastonia, N.C.

GAME 3 West Virginia 4, East Carolina 1

West Virginia Wake Forest

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 - 3 8 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 1 X - 8 7 1

GAME 2 Florida State 6, West Virginia 5 June 1 – Gastonia, N.C.

when regionals hosted eight teams. Regional seeding

Morgantown, West Virginia Clemson, South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Gastonia, North Carolina Huntsville, Alabama Miami, Florida Starkville, Mississippi Winston-Salem, North Carolina

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 - 5 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 8 5

GAME 1 Wake Forest 8, West Virginia 3

RECORD BY SEED vs. #1 seed vs. #2 seed vs. #3 seed vs. #6 seed

Wake Forest West Virginia

June 3 – Gastonia, N.C.

2-1 1-5 2-6 0-1

* Membership listed as when played

As #2 seed 2-2 As #5 seed 3-4

May 28 – Morgantown, W.Va.

GAME 3 Duke 7, West Virginia 3

RECORD BY CONFERENCE ACC 1-11 Big Ten ECAC South 2-0 Independent NEC 1-0 SEC Southern 1-0 Southwest

GAME 1 Wake Forest 5, West Virginia 1

Florida State West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 6 10 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 - 5 7 3

1963 NCAA DISTRICT III (1-2)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 - 6 12 4 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 - 7 6 0

May 29 – Columbia, S.C.

West Virginia East Carolina

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 - 4 10 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 3 2

GAME 4 South Carolina 2, West Virginia 1 May 30 – Columbia, S.C.

West Virginia South Carolina

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 X - 2 5 2

GAME 1 Wake Forest 4, West Virginia 3

1985 NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL (0-2)

Wake Forest West Virginia

May 23 – Starkville, Miss.

May 30 – Gastonia, N.C.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 - 4 7 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 - 3 3 1

GAME 2 West Virginia 2, Auburn 1 May 30, 1962 – Gastonia, N.C.

GAME 1 Mississippi State 10, West Virginia 1 Mississippi St. West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 7 0 2 1 0 - 10 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 10 2


GAME 2 Michigan 9, West Virginia 2

GAME 3 Florida 12, West Virginia 8

2017 NCAA REGIONAL (2-2)

West Virginia Michigan

Florida West Virginia

June 2 – Winston-Salem, N.C.

May 26 – Starkville, Miss.

May 29 – Coral Gables, Fla.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 2 6 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 X - 9 14 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 2 0 4 3 0 2 1 - 12 14 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 - 8 9 1

1987 NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL (0-2)

1996 NCAA ATLANTIC 1 REGIONAL (2-2)

May 21 – Huntsville, Ala.

May 23 – Clemson, S.C.

GAME 1 Clemson 8, West Virginia 0 Clemson West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 - 8 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 3 1

GAME 1 West Virginia 8, Tennessee 4 West Virginia Tennessee

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 - 8 12 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 - 4 10 3

GAME 1 West Virginia 9, Maryland 1 Maryland West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 7 2 0 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 X - 9 11 0

GAME 2 Wake Forest 4, West Virginia 3 June 3 – Winston-Salem, N.C.

West Virginia Wake Forest

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 - 4 8 0

GAME 2 Arkansas 7, West Virginia 2

GAME 2 West Virginia 9, Georgia Southern 4

West Virginia Arkansas

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Georgia Southern 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 - 4 10 2 West Virginia 0 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 X - 9 15 0

West Virginia Maryland

GAME 3 Clemson 6, West Virginia 3

GAME 4 Wake Forest 12, West Virginia 8

May 22 – Huntsville, Ala.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 - 2 7 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 X - 7 17 2

1994 NCAA ATLANTIC 1 REGIONAL (1-2) GAME 1 Florida 8, West Virginia 7

May 25 – Clemson, S.C.

May 27 – Coral Gables, Fla.

West Virginia Florida

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 - 7 12 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 X - 8 12 2

GAME 2 West Virginia 19, Rider 7

West Virginia Clemson

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 - 3 6 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 X - 6 12 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 1 9 0 1 6 2 - 19 25 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 - 7 10 4

Runs Hits RBIs Doubles Triples Home Runs Errors Runs Allowed Hits Allowed Opponent Errors

TOURNAMENT LOWS Runs Hits Runs Allowed Hits Allowed

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 - 8 12 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 - 5 9 0

June 4 – Winston-Salem, N.C.

Wake Forest West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 2 2 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 - 12 16 0 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 - 8 10 0

GAME 4 Tennessee 10, West Virginia 4 Tennessee West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E 0 4 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 - 10 18 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 - 4 8 2

WVU TEAM RECORDS TOURNAMENT HIGHS

June 4 – Winston-Salem, N.C.

May 25 – Clemson, S.C.

May 28 - Coral Gables, Fla.

West Virginia Rider

GAME 3 West Virginia 8, Maryland 5

May 24 – Clemson, S.C.

WVU INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 19 (vs. Rider, May 28, 1994) 25 (vs. Rider, May 28, 1994) 17 (vs. Rider, May 28, 1994) 5 (four times) at Wake Forest, June 4, 2017 vs. Maryland, June 4, 2017 vs. Georgia Southern May 24, 1996 vs. Rider May 28, 1994 2 (vs. Auburn May 30, 1963) 6 (vs. Maryland June 2, 2017) 9 (vs. Wake Forest, June 1, 1963) 12 (three times) Wake Forest, June 4, 2017 Wake Forest, May 31, 1963 Florida, May 29, 1994 18 (Tennessee, May 25, 1996) 4 (Old Dominion, May 28, 1982) 0 (four times) vs. Ole Miss, May 28, 1964 vs. Clemson, June 3, 1967 vs. South Carolina, May 27, 1982 vs. Clemson, May 21 ,1987 2 (vs. Duke, June 3, 1961) 1 (three times) vs. Maryland, June 2, 2017 vs. Auburn, May 30, 1963 vs. East Carolina, May 29, 1982 3 (vs. East Carolina, May 29, 1982)

Runs 4 (Marvin Randall, vs. Rider, May 28, 1994) Hits 4 (Marvin Randall, vs. Rider, May 28, 1994) RBIs 4 (Jack Rabbits, vs. Wake Forest, May 30, 1955) Doubles 2 (four times) Ivan Gonzalez at Wake Forest (June 4, 2017) Jackson Cramer vs. Maryland (June 4, 2017) Kirk Taylor vs. Georgia Southern (May 24, 1996) Josh Williamson vs. Rider (May 28, 1994) Triples 1 (four times) Lee Salin vs. Rider (May 28, 1994) Bill Marovic vs. Auburn (May 30, 1963) Bob Munchin vs. Auburn (May 30, 1963) Ed Lenart vs. Wake Forest (May 30, 1955) Home Runs 2 (two times) Jimmy Galusky vs. Maryland (June 2, 2017) Kyle Davis vs. Maryland (June 2, 2017) Fewest Hits Allowed (min. 5 IP) 3 Vaughn Kovach vs. East Carolina (May 28, 1964) Fewest Runs Allowed (min. 5 IP) 0 BJ Myers (5.2 IP) vs. Maryland (June 2, 2017) John Holshey (5.0 IP) vs. Old Dominion (May 28, 1982) Dave Wilson (6.0 IP) vs. Florida State (June 1, 1963) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (min. 5 IP) 0 BJ Myers (5.2 IP) vs. Maryland (June 2, 2017) Tom Shafer (9.0 IP) vs. Florida State (June 1, 1961) Fewest Walks Allowed (min. 5 IP) 0 Ryan Williams (7.0 IP) vs. Florida (May 27, 1994) Most Strikeouts 10 Jerry Meadows vs. Auburn (June 2, 1967) Complete Game six times Last: Mike Riley vs. Tennessee (May 23, 1996) Saves 1 Greg Stouffer vs. Georgia Southern (May 24, 1996)

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COACHING RECORDS

A.R.

J.E.B.

OWEN

H.

LEE

CARL

DICK

J.L.

LARRY

JOHN

1894-96

1897-98

1899-00

1901

1902-05

1906-08

1909

1910

1911

1912

STAHLINGS

SWEENEY

ALTMAN

BROWN

HUTCHINSON

FORKUM

NEBINGER

CORE

MCCLURE

CHARLES

B.P.

KEMPER

IRA ERRETT

CHARLES

STEVE

DALE

GREG

RANDY

1913, 15-17

1914

1918-20

1921-42, 46

1947

1948-67

1968-94

1995-2012

2013-present

HICKMAN

PATTISON

SHELTON

RODGERS

HOCKENBERRY HARRICK

RAMSBURG

HEAD COACH RECORDS BY WINS

COACH YEARS Dale Ramsburg 1968-94 (27) Greg Van Zant 1995-12 (18) Steve Harrick 1948-67 (20) Ira Errett Rodgers 1921-42, 46 (23) Randy Mazey 2013-18 (6) Lee Hutchinson 1902-05 (4) Carl Forkum 1906-08 (3) Charles Hickman 1913, 15-17 (4) Kemper Shelton 1918-20 (3) Owen Altman 1899-00 (2) Larry McClure 1911 (1) Dick Nebinger 1909 (1) A.R. Stahlings 1894-96 (3) J.L. Core 1910 (1) John Gronninger 1912 (1) B.P. Pattison 1914 (1) H. Brown 1901 (1) J.E.B. Sweeney 1897-98 (2) Charles Hockenberry 1947 (1)

BY WINNING PERCENTAGE

W-L-T PCT. 534-390-9 .577 528-451-1 .539 333-162-1 .672 204-209-4 .494 189-154 .551 67-35-2 .654 61-27 .693 56-25-1 .689 38-18-1 .675 27-11 .711 17-5 .773 18-8 .692 14-4 .778 14-11 .560 13-12 .520 12-8 .600 10-8 .556 10-9 .526 9-7 .563

COACH YEARS A.R. Stahlings 1894-96 (3) Larry McClure 1911 (1) Owen Altman 1899-00 (2) Carl Forkum 1906-08 (3) Dick Nebinger 1909 (1) Charles Hickman 1913, 15-17 (4) Kemper Shelton 1918-20 (3) Steve Harrick 1948-67 (20) Lee Hutchinson 1902-05 (4) B.P. Pattison 1914 (1) Dale Ramsburg 1968-94 (27) Charles Hockenberry 1947 (1) J.L. Core 1910 (1) H. Brown 1901 (1) Randy Mazey 2013-18 (6) Greg Van Zant 1995-12 (18) J.E.B. Sweeney 1897-98 (2) John Gronninger 1912 (1) Ira Errett Rodgers 1921-42, 46 (23)

W-L-T Pct. 14-4 .778 17-5 .773 27-11 .711 61-27 .693 18-8 .692 56-25-1 .689 38-18-1 .675 333-162-1 .672 67-35-2 .654 12-8 .600 534-390-9 .577 9-7 .563 14-11 .560 10-8 .556 189-154 .551 528-451-1 .539 10-9 .526 13-12 .520 204-209-4 .494

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COACH OF THE YEAR HONORS YEAR COACH CONFERENCE/ORG. 1988 Dale Ramsburg Atlantic 10 1990 Dale Ramsburg Atlantic 10 1994 Dale Ramsburg ABCA East Region 1996 Greg Van Zant ABCA East Region 1997 Greg Van Zant Big East 2003 Greg Van Zant Big East 2017 Randy Mazey ABCA East Region

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES YEAR ASSISTANT ASSISTANT ASSISTANT 2019 Steve Sabins Mark Ginther Zach Bargeron 2018 Steve Sabins Dave Serrano Dallas Burke 2017 Derek Matlock Steve Sabins Cody Atkinson 2016 Derek Matlock Steve Sabins Robert Moorer 2015 Derek Matlock Steven Trout Trevor Durham 2014 Derek Matlock Steven Trout Daniel Carte 2013 Derek Matlock Steven Trout Daniel Carte 2012 Pat Sherald Jake Weghorst 2011 Pat Sherald Jake Weghorst Chris Enourato 2010 Pat Sherald Tad Reida Jake Weghorst 2009 Pat Sherald Tad Reida Trent Ridgley 2008 Bruce Cameron Pat Sherald Casey Bowling 2007 Bruce Cameron Pat Sherald Andrew Wright 2006 Bruce Cameron Pat Sherald Andrew Wright 2005 Bruce Cameron Pat Sherald Kevin Leighton 2004 Bruce Cameron Jeff Ditch 2003 Bruce Cameron Joe McNamee Ernie Galusky 2002 Bruce Cameron Joe McNamee Ernie Galusky 2001 Bruce Cameron Mike Hampton Ernie Galusky 2000 Bruce Cameron Mike Hampton Joe McNamee 1999 Doug Little Ron Moore Bruce Cameron 1998 Doug Little Ron Moore Bruce Cameron 1997 Doug Little Jon Szynal Eric Pavelko 1996 Doug Little Jon Szynal Eric Pavelko 1995 Doug Little Jon Szynal Ryan Williams

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD 1892-1950 - INDEPENDENT

YEAR REC CONF. FINISH COACH 1892 3-2 1893 1-0 1894 5-0 A.R. Stahlings 1895 4-1 A.R. Stahlings 1896 5-3 A.R. Stahlings 1897 3-2 J.E.B. Sweeney 1898 7-7 J.E.B. Sweeney 1899 15-8 Owen Altman 1900 12-3 Owen Altman 1901 10-8 H. Brown 1902 22-7 Lee Hutchinson 1903 14-9 Lee Hutchinson 1904 13-10-1 Lee Hutchinson 1905 18-9-1 Lee Hutchinson 1906 20-10 Carl Forkum 1907 17-12 Carl Forkum 1908 24-5 Carl Forkum 1909 18-8 Dick Nebinger 1910 14-11 J.L. Core 1911 17-5 Larry McClure 1912 13-12 John Gronninger 1913 12-4 Charles Hickman 1914 12-8 B.P. Pattison 1915 17-9-1 Charles Hickman 1916 17-6 Charles Hickman 1917 10-6 Charles Hickman 1918 14-4 Kemper Shelton 1919 14-3-1 Kemper Shelton 1920 10-11 Kemper Shelton 1921 21-6 Ira Errett Rodgers 1922 16-11 Ira Errett Rodgers 1923 13-11 Ira Errett Rodgers 1924 8-13 Ira Errett Rodgers 1925 14-11 Ira Errett Rodgers 1926 10-10 Ira Errett Rodgers 1927 6-12-1 Ira Errett Rodgers 1928 12-4 Ira Errett Rodgers 1929 8-9 Ira Errett Rodgers 1930 6-13-1 Ira Errett Rodgers 1931 6-9-1 Ira Errett Rodgers 1932 8-8 Ira Errett Rodgers 1933 6-9-1 Ira Errett Rodgers 1934 4-13 Ira Errett Rodgers 1935 9-9 Ira Errett Rodgers 1936 10-9 Ira Errett Rodgers 1937 12-10 Ira Errett Rodgers 1938 5-10 Ira Errett Rodgers 1939 8-7 Ira Errett Rodgers 1940 9-5 Ira Errett Rodgers 1941 5-9 Ira Errett Rodgers 1942 2-9 Ira Errett Rodgers 1943 No team - World War II 1944 No team - World War II 1945 No team - World War II 1946 6-2 Ira Errett Rodgers 1947 9-7 Charles Hockenberry 1948 16-6 Steve Harrick 1949 13-8 Steve Harrick 1950 8-14 Steve Harrick

1951-1968 - SOUTHERN

YEAR REC 1951 17-6 1952 12-9 1953 6-7 1954 13-7 1955 20-6 1956 16-9 1957 12-8 1958 12-11 1959 16-9 1960 17-9 1961 17-10

CONF. FINISH 10-4 3rd 7-3 T-2nd N 2-5 7th N 5-4 6th 7-2 1st 6-3 2nd 4-5 5th 5-3 5th 8-5 5th 6-4 T-3rd 8-2 1st

COACH Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

RECORD BREAKDOWN 19-9 30-3 24-5 19-9 26-7-1 22-9 9-8

9-2 13-1 14-2 10-4 12-4 13-3 4-4

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd T-1st 5th

Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Steve Harrick Dale Ramsburg

1969-1980 - INDEPENDENT YEAR REC CONF. FINISH 1969 12-6-1 1970 12-5 1971 21-6 1972 10-10 1973 8-12-1 1974 12-13 1975 10-18 1976 21-12 1977 10-18 1978 15-10 1979 9-12 1980 12-14-2

COACH Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg

1981-1982 - EASTERN 8 YEAR REC 1981 17-18 1982 24-23

CONF. FINISH 6-2 1st W 7-2 1st W

COACH Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg

1983-1995 - ATLANTIC 10 YEAR REC 1983 22-10 1984 22-11-1 1985 27-16 1986 24-14-1 1987 32-15 1988 33-17-1 1989 26-13-1 1990 33-20 1991 20-20-1 1992 24-23 1993 29-25 1994 40-21 1995 18-32

CONF. FINISH 6-4 2nd W 9-3 T-1st W 9-3 1st W 9-2 1st W 13-3 1st W 12-4 1st W 9-5 3rd W 12-4 2nd W 9-7 3rd W 12-4 2nd W 13-8 2nd 17-4 2nd 11-13 6th

COACH Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg Greg Van Zant

1996-2012 - BIG EAST YEAR REC 1996 33-25 1997 36-19 1998 37-17-1 1999 29-28 2000 25-28 2001 27-26 2002 24-26 2003 36-19 2004 23-29 2005 25-30 2006 36-22 2007 29-22 2008 35-21 2009 37-18 2010 27-30 2011 28-27 2012 23-32

CONF. FINISH 15-10 T-1st A 17-7 1st A 13-9 5th 12-13 6th 10-12 7th 12-14 7th 9-16 10th 18-6 2nd 10-16 8th 10-15 7th 14-13 5th 10-16 T-9th 13-14 7th 17-10 3rd 10-17 T-8th 14-13 T-4th 9-18 11th

COACH Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant

2013-PRESENT - BIG 12

YEAR REC 2013 33-26 2014 28-26 2015 27-27 2016 36-22 2017 36-26 2018 29-27

CONF. FINISH 13-11 T-3rd 9-14 6th 9-13 7th 12-11 4th 12-12 4th 9-15 7th

N - Northern Division A - American Division

COACH Randy Mazey Randy Mazey Randy Mazey Randy Mazey Randy Mazey Randy Mazey

All-Time Record 2,160-1,555-19 (.581) All-Time Home Record 1,304-551-7 (.702) All-Time Road Record 697-836-9 (.455) All-Time Neutral Record 152-159-3 (.489) All-Time Conference Record 574-423 (.576) All-Time SoCon Record 143-60 (.704) All-Time Eastern 8 Record 13-4 (.765) All-Time Atlantic 10 Record 141-64 (.688) All-Time Big East Record 213-219 (.493) All-Time Big 12 Record 64-76 (.457) Over .500 Seasons 90 .500 Seasons 7 Under .500 Seasons 27 Most Wins 40 (1994) Fewest Wins (Min. 30 Games) 17 (1981)

RECORD BY DECADE

Decade Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. 1892-99 43-23-0 .652 1900-09 168-81-2 .673 1910-19 140-68-2 .671 1920-29 118-98-1 .546 1930-39 74-97-3 .434 1940-49 60-46 .566 1950-59 132-86 .606 54-34 .614 1960-69 195-75-2 .721 89-26 .774 1970-79 128-116-1 .524 1980-89 239-151-6 .611 80-28 .741 1990-99 299-230-2 .565 131-79 .624 2000-09 297-241 .552 123-132 .482 2010-18 267-243 .524 97-124 .439

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Year Conference Type 1955 SoCon Regular Season 1961 SoCon Regular Season 1962 SoCon Regular Season 1963 SoCon Regular Season 1964 SoCon Regular Season 1967 SoCon Regular Season 1981 Eastern 8 Regular Season 1982 Eastern 8 Regular Season Eastern 8 Tournament 1984 Atlantic 10 Regular Season 1985 Atlantic 10 Regular Season  Tournament 1986 Atlantic 10 Regular Season 1987 Atlantic 10 Regular Season  Tournament 1988 Atlantic 10 Regular Season 1994 Atlantic 10 Tournament 1996 Big East Regular Season  Tournament

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES Year Type 1955 District 3 1961 District 3 1962 District 3 1963 District 3 1964 District 3 1967 District 3 1982 Northeast Regional 1985 South I Regional 1987 South I Regional 1994 Atlantic I Regional 1996 Atlantic Regional 2017 Winston-Salem Regional

Record 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-2

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SERIES RECORDS AMERICA EAST (9-4)

BIG EAST (108-100)

IVY (6-15)

Team Hartford Maine Stony Brook UMBC

Team Butler Georgetown Seton Hall St. John’s Villanova Xavier

Team Brown Cornell Dartmouth Penn Princeton Yale

Total H A N Last 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 2007 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2013 3-3 1-2 0-0 2-1 2004 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2013

AMERICAN ATHLETIC (56-68) Team Total H A N Last Cincinnati 18-17 12-6 6-10 0-1 2011 Connecticut 23-25 11-15 11-9 1-1 2012 East Carolina 5-9 1-2 3-3 1-4 2010 Memphis 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1999 South Florida 8-13 5-4 3-6 0-3 2012 Tulane 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2017 UCF 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1993

ATLANTIC 10 (168-110) Team Total H A N Last Davidson 12-2 5-0 7-2 0-0 1967 Dayton 2-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 2001 Fordham 3-1 0-0 1-1 2-0 2003 George Mason 4-3 2-1 0-1 2-1 2017 George Washington 57-50 25-14 30-34 2-2 1995 La Salle 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2012 Massachusetts 9-9 3-4 1-2 5-3 1995 Rhode Island 8-3 3-0 4-2 1-1 2007 Richmond 21-13 8-2 12-7 1-4 2004 St. Bonaventure 43-22 31-10 10-11 2-1 2008 St. Joseph’s 7-4 3-0 3-3 1-1 1998 St. Louis 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1996 VCU 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 2018

ATLANTIC COAST (200-273)

Total H A N Last 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1956 3-2 0-0 2-0 1-2 2005 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1918 0-4 0-0 0-4 0-0 1921 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 1911 0-6 0-1 0-5 0-0 1925

BIG SOUTH (22-18-1)

METRO ATLANTIC (50-17)

Team Total H A N Last Charleston Southern 11-5 3-0 8-5 0-0 2016 Gardner-Webb 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2017 High Point 3-7 0-0 3-7 0-0 1973 Longwood 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2006 Radford 6-4-1 3-1 2-2-1 1-1 2016 Winthrop 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2002

Team Canisius Iona Manhattan Marist Niagara Quinnipiac Rider Siena St. Peter’s

BIG TEN (118-194-2) Team Total H A N Last Illinois 3-8 0-2 0-0 3-6 2018 Indiana 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2013 Iowa 3-1 0-0 0-0 3-1 2013 Maryland 27-39-1 11-6-1 13-33 3-0 2018 Michigan 0-4 0-0 0-2 0-2 2012 Michigan State 4-7 2-4 2-1 0-2 2010 Minnesota 0-3 0-0 0-2 0-1 2012 Nebraska 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 2012 Northwestern 2-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 2012 Ohio State 10-17 8-12 2-4 0-1 2014 Penn State 43-69 24-26 15-42 4-1 2018 Purdue 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 2010 Rutgers 22-42-1 11-14 4-19-1 7-9 2012

Total H A N Last 8-5 8-5 0-0 0-0 2018 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 2008 7-5 6-4 1-1 0-0 2012 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2011 16-3 16-3 0-0 0-0 2018 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2004 4-1 3-1 0-0 1-0 2011 3-1 3-1 0-0 0-0 2009 5-0 5-0 0-0 0-0 2006

MID-AMERICAN (101-76-1) Team Total H A N Last Ball State 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 2017 Bowling Green 3-2 1-2 0-0 2-0 2013 Central Michigan 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2013 Eastern Michigan 14-4 12-3 0-0 2-1 2017 Kent State 11-20 8-9 3-9 0-2 2015 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2011 Northern Illinois 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2002 Ohio 44-34-1 26-14-1 18-20 0-0 2009 Toledo 4-2 4-2 0-0 0-0 2005 Western Michigan 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1992

Team Total H A N Last Boston College 10-14 7-6 3-8 0-0 2005 Clemson 2-11 0-0 2-7 0-4 2015 Duke 3-7 0-0 2-6 1-1 2014 Florida State 2-4 0-0 1-1 1-3 2004 Georgia Tech 0-4 0-0 0-4 0-0 1999 Louisville 6-15 5-7 1-6 0-2 2014 NC State 2-9-1 0-0 2-5-1 0-4 2012 North Carolina 2-7 0-0 2-7 0-0 2014 Notre Dame 22-39 8-12 9-21 5-6 2011 Pitt 107-88 63-38 41-48 3-2 2018 Virginia 6-8 4-1 2-7 0-0 1948 Virginia Tech 35-53-1 19-15 12-27-1 4-11 2018 Wake Forest 3-14 1-3 2-7 0-4 2017

BIG WEST (6-4)

MID-EASTERN (30-3)

Team Total H A N Last Cal St. Northridge 2-2 0-0 2-1 0-1 2014 Hawaii 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 2016 UC Riverside 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 2014

Team Total H A N Last Bethune-Cookman 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2010 Coppin State 12-1 12-1 0-0 0-0 2008 Norfolk State 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 2006 North Carolina A&T 3-1 3-0 0-1 0-0 1998 Savannah State 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 2005 UMES 10-0 10-0 0-0 0-0 2009

ATLANTIC SUN (13-9)

CONFERENCE USA (60-35)

MOUNTAIN WEST (7-6)

Team Jacksonville Liberty New Jersey Tech North Florida Stetson

Team Total H A N Last Charlotte 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 2017 Florida Atlantic 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2013 Marshall 46-24 30-8 12-16 4-0 2018 Middle Tennessee St. 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 2018 Old Dominion 7-4 2-1 1-2 4-1 2017 Western Kentucky 3-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 2018

Team Total H A N Last Air Force 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1999 Nevada 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2000 San Diego State 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2014 UNLV 6-2 2-1 4-1 0-0 2018

Total H A N Last 3-3 2-1 1-2 0-0 2018 4-2 1-0 3-2 0-0 2013 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 2009 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2013 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1998

BIG 12 (73-90)

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Total H A N Last 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 2015 31-33 18-4 13-29 0-0 2012 26-18 15-3 9-12 2-3 2012 20-31 7-12 9-15 4-4 2012 28-16 17-5 11-11 0-0 2012 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 1995

Team Total H A N Last Baylor 10-9 5-3 4-5 1-1 2018 Kansas 10-9 6-3 3-5 1-1 2018 Kansas State 10-8 6-3 4-5 0-0 2018 Oklahoma 9-13 4-5 3-6 2-2 2018 Oklahoma State 9-15 3-6 4-6 2-3 2018 Texas 11-7 7-2 4-5 0-0 2018 TCU 5-18 3-6 1-8 1-4 2018 Texas Tech 10-11 5-4 2-7 3-0 2018

COLONIAL (44-47-2) Team Total H A N Last Delaware 0-4 0-0 0-3 0-1 2014 Elon 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 2011 James Madison 6-18-1 0-2 0-12-0 6-4-1 2014 Towson 3-3-1 1-3 1-0 1-0-1 2010 UNC Wilmington 5-9 0-0 3-9 2-0 2014 William & Mary 29-12 16-1 13-11 0-0 2016

HORIZON (22-9) Team Total H A N Last Illinois-Chicago 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1995 Wright State 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2011 Youngstown State 21-8 15-6 3-1 3-1 2016

MISSOURI VALLEY (4-1) Team Total H A N Last Evansville 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1988 Illinois State 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2001 Valparaiso 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2008

NORTHEAST (11-6) Team Total H A N Last Bryant 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 2011 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1976 Mount St. Mary’s 7-6 4-3 3-3 0-0 2000


OHIO VALLEY (20-10) Team Total H A N Last Belmont 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1970 Eastern Kentucky 9-3 4-2 2-1 3-0 2013 Morehead State 10-5 5-0 5-2 0-3 2017 Tennessee Tech 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 2018

PACIFIC 12 (0-3) Team Total H A N Last Oregon 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2012 Oregon State 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 2012

PATRIOT (23-26) Team Army Bucknell Lafayette Lehigh Navy

Total H A N Last 2-2 0-0 1-2 1-0 1999 3-2 0-2 0-0 3-0 2006 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-0 1948 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1924 14-19 12-18 0-1 2-0 1998

SOUTHEASTERN (18-46) Team Total H A N Last Alabama 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 1990 Arkansas 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1987 Auburn 2-3 0-0 1-1 1-2 1999 Florida 0-5 0-0 0-3 0-2 1998 Georgia 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1965 Kentucky 2-11 0-0 1-9 1-2 2010 Mississippi 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1998 Mississippi State 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1985 South Carolina 4-13 0-0 4-13 0-0 1997 Tennessee 3-5 0-0 1-3 2-2 2009 Vanderbilt 4-5 0-0 3-3 1-2 2002

SOUTHERN (66-33) Team Total H A N Last East Tennessee St. 6-3 2-1 4-2 0-0 2015 Furman 10-8 4-3 6-4 0-1 2016 Mercer 3-5 0-0 3-5 0-0 1992 The Citadel 15-8 5-0 10-8 0-0 2014 UNC Greensboro 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1991 VMI 29-8 12-4 17-4 0-0 1968 Western Carolina 2-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 2010

SOUTHLAND (6-1) Team Total H A N Last New Orleans 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 2013 Nicholls 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2017 Southeast Louisiana 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2017 Stephen F. Austin 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2015

SUN BELT (9-16) Team Total H A N Last Appalachian State 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1995 Coastal Carolina 4-7 0-0 4-7 0-0 2017 Georgia Southern 6-15 0-0 5-15 1-0 2015 UT Arlington 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2015

WESTERN ATHLETIC (2-0) Team Total H A N Last New Mexico State 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2012 Sacramento State 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2014

NON-DIVISION I & DEFUNCT

TEAM TOTAL H A N LAST Akron ** 21-12 11-6 7-4 3-2 2015 Alderson-Broaddus 21-1 11-1 10-0 0-0 1990 All-Collegians 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1907 Allegheny 12-0 12-0 0-0 0-0 1911 Allegheny Steel 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1920 All-Stars 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1908 Alumni 16-8-1 16-8-1 0-0 0-0 1938 American ** 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1955 Armstrong Atlantic St. 1-2-1 0-0 1-2-1 0-0 1986 Army Ambulance Corps 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1918 Baltimore A.C. 2-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1905 Bellefonte Academy 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1914 Belmont Abbey 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1959 Beloit 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1902 Bethany 52-12 36-10 16-2 0-0 1967 Birmingham-Southern 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1970 Bluefield State 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1981 Bridgewater 4-1 1-0 3-1 0-0 1964 Buffalo** 4-9 3-2 1-7 0-0 2002 C.W. Post 3-0 0-0 0-0 3-0 1989 California (Pa.) 38-12-1 24-8 14-4-1 0-0 1991 Carlisle 3-1 3-1 0-0 0-0 1907 Carnegie A.C. 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1896 Carnegie Mellon 9-3 7-3 2-0 0-0 1924 Carrick A.C. 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1898 Carson-Newman 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1989 Case Western Reserve 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1916 Catholic 2-7 0-0 2-7 0-0 1980 Charleroi Pros 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1919 Charleston 18-4 12-2 6-2 0-0 1991 Clarksburg 1-2 0-2 1-0 0-0 1921 Clarksburg Generals 3-4 2-2 1-2 0-0 1931 Cleveland St. ** 29-8 22-2 5-5 2-1 2007 Colgate ** 4-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 1993 Cuban All-Stars 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1912 Davis & Elkins 7-0 6-0 1-0 0-0 1963 DC&AC 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1899 Denison 15-4 13-3 2-1 0-0 1911 DePauw 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1902 Detroit Mercy 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1989 Drexel ** 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1925 Durham Bulls 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1930 Duquesne ** 72-11 47-9 25-2 0-0 2010 Eastern 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1911 Fairmont A.C. 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1905 Fairmont Black Diamonds 2-0-1 2-0 0-0-1 0-0 1928 Fairmont Professionals 2-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 1906 Fairmont State 60-11-1 54-5-1 6-6 0-0 1989 Ft. Holabird 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1926 Ft. Meade 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1952 Francis Marion 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1974 Frostburg State 15-5 9-1 6-4 0-0 1989 Geneva 5-2 4-2 1-0 0-0 1972 Gettysburg 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1974 Goodyear A.C. 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1927 Greensburg 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1928 Grove City 15-7 15-3 0-4 0-0 1926 Hampden-Sydney 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1962 Hawaii Chinese Stars 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1912 Heidelberg 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1899 Hiram 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1910 Holy Ghost 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1896 Homestead 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1905 Homlin-Laughin A.C. 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 1903 Howard ** 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2000 Independents 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1912 Indiana (Pa.) 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1968 Interscholastic 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1905 Juniata 9-4 6-3 3-1 0-0 1973 Keio (Japan) 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1911 Kenyon 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1904 Lawrenceville Academy 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1899 Le Moyne 3-1 3-1 0-0 0-0 2003

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TEAM TOTAL H A N LAST Liberty A.C. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1903 Loyola (Md.) ** 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1966 Lynchburg 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1964 Mannington 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1908 Marietta 18-14 12-8 6-6 0-0 1982 McDaniel 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1931 Mercyhurst 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1991 Monessen 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1901 Morgantown A.L. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1920 Morgantown A.C. 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 1900 Muhlenberg 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1915 Muskingum 4-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1926 Navy Patuxent River 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1952 New York Tech 8-1 6-0 0-0 2-1 2002 Newberry 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1930 Oberlin 3-1 3-0 0-1 0-0 1908 Ohio Northern 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1912 Ohio Wesleyan 25-10-1 24-9-1 1-2 0-0 1940 Old Timers 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1933 Otterbein 2-1 2-0 0-1 0-0 1910 Pace 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1999 Parris Island 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1956 Pittsburgh Collegians 19-7 18-7 1-0 0-0 1935 Pittsburgh H.S. 3-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1901 Pittsburgh Independents 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1917 Providence ** 9-2 5-0 4-1 0-1 1999 Quantico Marines 1-13 0-3 1-10 0-0 1955 Raleigh Capitals 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1930 Rivesville A.C. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1894 Roanoke 4-2 1-1 3-1 0-0 1949 Robert Morris ** 7-3 5-3 2-0 0-0 1984 Salem Int’l. 17-3 14-3 3-0 0-0 1962 Scottdale 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1899 Shepherd 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1946 Shippensburg 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1991 Slippery Rock 14-10-1 7-5-1 7-5 0-0 1985 Southern Ind. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1985 St. Francis (Pa.) ** 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1979 St. Vincent 14-12 7-7 7-5 0-0 1961 State Normal School 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1900 Stonehill College 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1986 Susquehanna 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1915 Syracuse ** 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1919 Taylortown 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1894 Temple ** 19-6 10-3 5-2 4-1 2011 Trinity 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1914 Uniontown 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1907 Uniontown A.C. 2-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1898 Uniontown Cokers 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 1926 UT Chattanooga ** 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1978 Valdosta St. 0-3 0-0 0-3 0-0 1979 Vermont ** 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1920 W.U.C.S. 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1905 W.U.P. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1905 Warwood 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1916 Waseda (Japan) 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1927 Wash. & Jefferson 33-12 31-7 2-5 0-0 1960 Wash. & Lee 20-10-1 8-3 12-7-1 0-0 1961 Washington 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1929 Waynesburg 59-14-1 43-7-1 16-7 0-0 1983 Wesleyan 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1918 West Liberty 26-8 20-4 6-4 0-0 1991 W.Va. Wesleyan 45-16-1 31-11-1 12-4 2-1 1967 Western St. 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1941 Westminster 9-1 9-0 0-1 0-0 1922 Wheeling 3-2 3-2 0-0 0-0 1916 Wheeling Banners 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1919 Wheeling Jesuit 3-3-1 3-2 0-1-1 0-0 1915 Wisconsin ** 1-3 0-0 1-0 0-3 1958 Woodberry Forest 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 1907 Wooster 5-1 3-0 2-1 0-0 1912 Worcester Tech 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1918 WVU Tech 4-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 1950

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1900 (12-3)

HEAD 4/21 4/28 5/5 5/10 5/12 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/26 5/30 6/1 6/2 6/8 6/9

COACH: OWEN ALTMAN (2ND SEASON) A L 1-3 Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va) H W 15-7 Pittsburgh High School H W 12-3 State Normal School H W 11-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H W 4-2 Morgantown A.C. A W 13-8 Muskingum (Ohio) A W 9-4 Denison (Ohio) A W 5-2 Ohio State A W 14-11 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H W 12-6 Homlin-Laughin A.C. H W 4-1 Bethany (W.Va.) H L 8-13 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H W 17-2 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) A W 8-7 Waynesburg (Pa.) A L 2-5 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.)

1901 (10-8)

1892 MOUNTAINEERS

1892 (3-2)

HEAD 5/13 5/14

COACH: NONE H L H W 20-9 H W 31-1 H W 10-9 H L

1898 (7-7)

Waynesburg (Pa.) Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) Fairmont State (W.Va.) Morgantown A.C. Washington & Jefferson (Pa.)

1893 (1-0)

HEAD COACH: NONE 5/20 H W 15-8

Waynesburg (Pa.)

1894 (5-0)

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COACH: A.R. STAHLINGS (1ST SEASON) H W 37-4 Rivesville A.C. H W 34-11 Taylortown (N.C.) H W 10-9 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H W 11-10 Morgantown A.C. H W 20-15 Morgantown A.C.

1895 (4-1)

HEAD COACH: A.R. STAHLINGS (2ND SEASON) 5/28 A W 13-6 Pitt 5/25 H L 2-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/30 H W 6-5 Duquesne 6/1 H W 19-9 Fairmont A.C. 6/12 A W 12-4 Bethany (W.Va.)

1896 (5-3)

HEAD COACH: A.R. STAHLINGS (3RD SEASON) 5/2 H W 4-3 Pitt 5/9 H W 5-2 Bethany (W.Va.) H L 1-3 California (Pa.) A W 10-6 Waynesburg (Pa.) A L 7-8 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) A W 6-5 Duquesne A L 1-4 Carnegie A.C. H W 3-1 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.)

1897 (3-2)

HEAD COACH: J.E.B. SWEENEY (1ST SEASON) 5/8 A W 20-1 Pitt 5/12 H L 6-14 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/15 A L 3-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/16 H W 21-8 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/29 H W 7-4 Allegheny (Pa.)

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HEAD COACH: J.E.B. SWEENEY (2ND SEASON) 4/30 H W 18-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/7 H W 19-8 Pitt 5/12 A L 0-13 Westminster (Md.) 5/14 A L 3-11 Grove City (Pa.) 5/16 A L 3-13 Carrick Athletic Club H W 11-8 Uniontown Athletic Club H L 10-13 Fairmont Athletic Club 5/20 H W 11-1 Ohio Wesleyan W 4-1 Uniontown Athletic Club 5/27 A W 9-8 Fairmont Athletic Club 5/30 A L 0-8 Uniontown Athletic Club W 5-2 Fairmont Athletic Club L 0-8 Uniontown Athletic Club L 2-12 Uniontown Athletic Club

1899 (15-8)

HEAD COACH: OWEN ALTMAN (1ST SEASON) 4/15 H W 10-5 Pitt 4/17 H W 12-2 Pitt 4/29 A W 8-7 Navy 4/31 A L 6-19 Maryland 5/1 A W 9-5 Lawrenceville Academy (N.J) 5/2 A L 2-9 Princeton 5/3 A L 5-8 Virginia 5/12 A W 14-13 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/13 A L 2-9 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/19 A L 8-9 DC&AC 5/20 A L 5-9 Oberlin (Ohio) 5/22 A W 16-2 Heidelberg (Ohio) 5/23 A W 16-1 Heidelberg (Ohio) 5/24 A L 1-12 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 5/25 H W 16-6 Denison (Ohio) 5/30 H W 16-5 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/30 H L 0-4 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/3 H W 16-6 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 6/3 H W 16-9 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 6/15 H W 12-9 Waynesburg (Pa.) 6/20 H W 12-7 Waynesburg (Pa.) 6/21 H W 20-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 6/23 H W 21-1 Scottdale

HEAD COACH: H. BROWN (1ST SEASON) 4/30 H L 2-5 Homestead Library A.C. 5/3 H W 7-6 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 5/4 H L 3-7 Ohio State 5/11 H W 8-0 Pittsburgh High School 5/15 H W 11-5 Grove City (Pa.) 5/17 H L 4-9 Homestead Library A.C. 5/18 H L 1-13 Homestead Library A.C. 5/29 H L 1-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/30 H W 7-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/1 H W 3-0 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H W 12-2 Monessen H L 4-6 Uniontown A.C. H W 8-5 Uniontown A.C. 6/5 H W 13-5 St. Vincent (Pa.) 6/6 H W 2-0 Pittsburgh High School 6/7 H L 1-2 Grove City (Pa.) 6/8 H W 14-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/15 H L 2-14 Monessen

1902 (22-7)

HEAD COACH: LEE HUTCHINSON (1ST SEASON) 4/16 H W 17-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/25 H W 23-0 Grove City (Pa.) 4/26 H W 5-0 Grove City (Pa.) 4/30 A L 0-8 Georgetown 5/1 A W 19-5 Maryland 5/2 N1 W 10-3 St. John’s 5/3 A W 5-3 Navy 5/5 A L 2-3 Manhattan 5/6 A L 4-13 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 5/7 A L 5-11 Yale 5/9 H W 27-5 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/10 H W 14-7 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/12 A W 7-4 Ohio State 5/12 A L 5-9 Notre Dame 5/14 A W 11-8 Wisconsin 5/15 A L 2-4 Beloit (Wisc.) 5/16 A W 15-4 DePauw (Ind.) 5/17 A W 17-2 DePauw (Ind.) 5/23 H W 27-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/24 H W 5-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/26 H W 5-1 Denison (Ohio) 5/27 H L 2-4 Denison (Ohio) 5/30 H W 6-1 Ohio State 5/30 H W 13-2 Ohio State 5/31 H W 5-3 Ohio State 6/3 H W 9-3 Case Western Reserve (Ohio) 6/4 H W 17-5 Case Western Reserve (Ohio) 6/6 H W 9-4 Carlisle 6/7 H W 21-8 Carlisle N1 – Annapolis, Md.


1903 (14-9)

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COACH: LEE HUTCHINSON (2ND SEASON) H L 1-3 Ohio State H W 9-5 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) A L 1-6 Yale A L 5-9 Navy A W 6-0 Baltimore A.C. H W 5-4 Homestead H L 3-7 Homestead H L 4-7 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H W 16-3 W.U.C.S. H W 9-2 Grove City (Pa.) H W 9-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) H W 3-1 Denison (Ohio) H W 4-2 Denison (Ohio) H L 4-7 Pitt H W 10-2 Fairmont A.C. H W 13-3 California (Pa.) H W 6-1 Interscholastic H W 5-3 Allegheny (Pa.) H W 8-5 Bethany (W.Va.) H W 7-5 Liberty A.C. H L 2-7 Homlin-Laughin A.C. H L 3-7 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H L 0-22 Manhattan

1904 (13-10-1)

HEAD COACH: LEE HUTCHINSON 4/19 H W 6-0 4/20 H W 12-1 4/23 H W 11-7 5/6 H L 5-9 5/7 H L 3-5 5/10 H W 9-6 5/11 H W 6-5 5/12 H W 3-1 5/13 H W 8-7 5/14 H W 5-3 5/16 H L 0-2 5/19 H W 8-4 5/25 H L 6-15 5/27 H W 13-7 5/28 H W 7-5 5/30 H L 6-7 5/30 H W 5-2 6/3 H L 3-6 6/4 H T 2-2 6/13 H W 7-1 6/14 H L 3-4 6/15 H L 3-8 6/16 H L 5-9 6/17 H L 0-1

1905 (18-9-1)

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(3RD SEASON) Bethany (W.Va.) Bethany (W.Va.) Pitt Penn State California (Pa.) Denison (Ohio) Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) Kenyon (Ohio) Wooster (Ohio) Wooster (Ohio) Ohio State Westminster (Md.) Waynesburg (Pa.) Allegheny (Pa.) Allegheny (Pa.) Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) Pittsburgh Collegians Waynesburg (Pa.) Gettysburg (Pa.) Mount St. Mary’s Princeton Illinois Illinois

COACH: LEE HUTCHINSON (4TH SEASON) H L 3-1 Ohio State H T 9-9 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H L 1-6 Yale H L 5-9 Navy H W 6-0 ^ Baltimore A.C. H W 5-4 Homestead H L 4-7 Homestead H W 16-3 W.U.C.S. H W 9-2 Grove City (Pa.) H W 9-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) H W 3-1 Denison (Ohio) H W 4-2 Denison (Ohio) H L 4-7 W.U.P. H W 10-2 Fairmont A.C. H W 13-3 California (Pa.) H W 6-1 Interscholastic H W 5-3 Allegheny (Pa.) H W 8-5 Bethany (W.Va.) H W 11-1 Woodberry Forest H L 1-7 Virginia

H W 4-2 H L 3-4 H L 6-9 H W 12-11 H L 2-8 H W 8-4 H W 2-1 H W 7-6

Virginia Washington & Lee (Va.) Virginia Tech Roanoke (Va.) Roanoke (Va.) VMI Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.)

^ - Hutchinson’s 50th victory

1906 (20-10)

HEAD

COACH: CARL FORKUM (1ST SEASON) A W 12-2 Woodberry Forest A L 1-7 Virginia A W 4-2 Virginia A L 3-4 Washington & Lee (Va.) A L 6-9 Virginia Tech A W 12-11 Roanoke (Va.) A L 4-8 Roanoke (Va.) A W 8-4 VMI H W 2-1 Wheeling H W 7-6 Wheeling H W 12-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 6-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 9-0 Bethany (W.Va.) H W 6-3 Bethany (W.Va.) H L 3-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) H W 5-3 Wooster (Ohio) H W 8-7 Waynesburg (Pa.) H W 16-1 Westminster (Md.) H W 8-7 California (Pa.) H L 1-2 Denison (Ohio) H W 2-1 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H W 6-2 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H L 7-8 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H L 3-4 Ohio State H W 5-4 Fairmont Professionals H W 8-7 Fairmont Professionals H L 1-7 Fairmont Professionals H W 4-3 Penn State H W 5-3 Pittsburgh Collegians H L 6-8 Pittsburgh Collegians

1907 (17-12)

HEAD COACH: CARL FORKUM (2ND SEASON) 3/31 A W 5-4 VMI 4/2 A W 7-1 Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/3 A W 14-7 Woodberry Forest 4/4 A L 5-11 Navy 4/5 N1 L 2-3 St. John’s 4/13 H W 1-0 Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) 4/20 H W 10-4 Manhattan 4/21 H W 10-8 Manhattan 4/27 A W 11-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/5 H L 7-12 California (Pa.) 5/10 H L 8-12 Carlisle 5/11 H W 10-6 Carlisle 5/12 A L 4-13 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/18 H L 4-7 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/22 H W 5-2 Uniontown 5/24 H W 12-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/26 H L 7-8 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/29 H L 2-6 Denison (Ohio) 5/30 H W 12-2 Denison (Ohio) 5/30 H W 5-4 Denison (Ohio) 6/4 H L 3-10 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 6/5 A W 11-3 Denison (Ohio) 6/7 A W 8-5 Charleston (W.Va.) 6/8 A W 10-3 Charleston (W.Va.) 6/9 A L 9-10 Charleston (W. Va.) 6/22 H L 0-5 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 6/23 H W 9-4 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 6/27 H W 11-3 All-Collegians 6/28 H L 3-10 All-Collegians N1 - Annapolis, Md.

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1908 (24-5)

HEAD COACH: CARL FORKUM (3RD SEASON) 4/4 H W 23-0 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/11 H W 11-1 California (Pa.) 4/11 H W 5-0 Cali fornia (Pa.) 4/17 H W 13-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/21 H W 10-0 Cincinnati 4/23 H W 7-1 Cincinnati 4/24 H W 4-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/25 H W 4-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/1 H W 18-0 Pitt 5/1 H W 5-1 Pitt 5/2 H W 10-5 Mannington 5/9 H W 14-0 Westminster (Md.) 5/9 H W 1-0 ^ Westminster (Md.) 5/12 H W 13-3 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/15 H W 3-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/16 H W 11-4 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/21 A L 0-4 VMI 5/22 A L 1-6 Georgetown 5/23 A L 0-4 Navy 5/29 H W 7-2 Oberlin (Ohio) 5/30 H W 10-2 Oberlin (Ohio) 5/30 H W 2-1 Oberlin (Ohio) 6/3 A L 5-6 Denison (Ohio) 6/4 A W 10-2 Wooster (Ohio) 6/5 A W 7-1 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/6 A W 9-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/8 H W 4-2 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/10 H L 0-6 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/17 H W 5-1 All-Stars ^ - Forkum’s 50th victory

1909 (18-8)

HEAD COACH: DICK NEBINGER (1ST SEASON) 4/16 H W 6-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/17 H W 16-7 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/23 H L 1-5 Clarksburg 4/24 H L 0-2 Clarksburg 4/28 A L 0-1 Penn 5/1 A W 7-1 Navy 5/7 H W 4-3 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/8 H W 13-6 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/11 H L 2-5 Cuban All-Stars 5/12 H W 22-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/14 H W 4-3 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/15 H W 9-7 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/19 H L 1-12 Penn State 5/21 A W 4-0 Pitt 5/22 A W 10-5 Pitt 5/26 H W 13-2 Muskingum (Ohio) 5/28 H W 8-4 Denison (Ohio) 5/29 H W 10-4 Denison (Ohio) 5/29 H W 13-0 Denison (Ohio) 6/2 H W 6-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 6/3 H W 9-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 6/4 A L 2-4 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/7 H W 2-1 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/8 H L 3-4 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/11 H W 5-1 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/16 H L 9-10 Alumni

1910 (14-11)

HEAD COACH: J.L. CORE (1ST SEASON) 4/15 H W 7-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/16 H W 7-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/22 H L 7-8 Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) 4/23 H L 1-4 Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) 4/27 A L 0-6 Penn 4/28 A L 1-3 Maryland 4/29 A L 3-4 Georgetown 4/30 N1 W 6-4 St. John’s (Md.) 4/30 A L 0-2 Navy 5/4 H W 5-2 Marshall 5/6 H W 6-5 Westminster (Md.)

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5/9 H W 5/14 H W 5/19 H W 5/20 H W 5/21 H L 5/27 H W 5/28 H L 5/30 H L 6/1 A L 6/1 A L 6/4 A W 6/8 H W 6/11 H W 6/15 H W

10-4 Westminster (Md.) 5-4 Otterbein (Ohio) 6-3 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5-4 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 2-3 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 7-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4-6 Bucknell 2-7 Bucknell 3-7 Notre Dame 0-7 Otterbein (Ohio) 5-1 Wooster (Ohio) 6-4 Hiram (Ohio) 7-0 Ohio Northern (Ohio) 2-1 Alumni

N1 - Annapolis, Md.

1911 (17-5)

HEAD COACH: LARRY MCCLURE (1ST SEASON) 4/8 H W 8-0 Pitt 4/14 H W 7-1 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/24 A L 0-6 Penn 4/25 A W 8-7 Manhattan 4/26 A L 1-4 Princeton 4/27 A W 4-0 Maryland 4/28 A L 2-5 Eastern (Va.) 4/29 A W 6-3 Navy 5/5 H W 17-7 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/6 H W 19-6 Allegheny (Pa.) 5/11 H L 5-7 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/12 H W 4-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/13 H W 5-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/17 H W 3-1 Marshall 5/24 H W 8-4 Keio (Japan) 5/26 H W 18-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/27 H W 6-5 # Charleston (W.Va.) 5/29 H W 12-2 Denison (Ohio) 5/30 H W 13-2 Denison (Ohio) 6/2 A W 10-3 Ohio 6/3 A W 2-0 Marshall 6/13 H L 4-7 Alumni # - JV team

BASEBALL 1912 (13-12)

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COACH: JOHN GRONNINGER (1ST SEASON) H W 5-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 12-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H L 5-13 Wheeling H L 9-17 Wheeling H W 6-4 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 7-2 Notre Dame H L 2-4 Notre Dame H W 3-1 Hawaii Chinese Stars H W 11-10 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H L 10-15 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H W 10-9 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) H W 6-4 Marietta (Ohio) H L 3-5 Pittsburgh Collegians H L 2-3 Pittsburgh Collegians H L 1-12 Cuban All-Stars H W 4-3 Independents H W 12-5 Independents H W 6-5 Alumni A L 3-6 VMI A L 0-6 Washington & Lee (Va.) A W 8-6 Washington & Lee (Va.) A L 2-7 Navy A W 3-1 Ohio Northern (Ohio) A L 1-4 Michigan A L 2-3 Wooster (Ohio)

1913 (12-4)

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COACH: CHARLES HICKMAN (1ST SEASON) H W 7-6 Marshall H W 15-2 Marshall H W 5-3 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 4-1 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 3-0 Pitt H W 11-2 Pitt H W 8-5 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H L 3-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 4-3 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) H W 3-2 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) A L 5-11 Maryland A L 6-7 Washington & Lee (Va.) A W 6-2 Washington & Lee (Va.) A W 9-5 VMI A W 6-2 Marshall A L 2-3 Pitt

1914 (12-8)

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COACH: B.P. PATTISON (1ST SEASON) A W 5-4 VMI A W 6-3 William & Mary A L 4-11 William & Mary A W 3-0 Elon A L 5-14 North Carolina A W 7-2 Trinity (Conn.) A L 0-6 Wake Forest A L 6-14 North Carolina A&T A W 4-3 Navy H W 7-0 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 3-1 Marshall H W 4-1 Marshall H L 3-4 Bethany (W.Va.) H W 2-0 Bethany (W.Va.) N1 L 2-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) N2 W 12-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 4-0 Pitt H L 4-8 Pitt H L 1-5 Penn State H W 2-1 Bellefonte Academy (Pa.)

N1 - Fairmont, W.Va.; N2 - Clarksburg, W.Va.

1915 (17-9-1)

HEAD COACH: CHARLES HICKMAN (2ND SEASON) 4/2 A L 3-4 Ohio University 4/3 A W 6-4 Ohio University 4/6 H W 8-6 Muhlenberg (Pa.) 4/8 A W 7-3 Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/9 A T 2-2 Washington & Lee 4/10 A L 2-9 Catholic (D.C.) 4/11 A W 4-2 Maryland 4/13 A L 4-9 Georgetown 4/14 A L 2-14 Navy 4/15 A L 1-10 Penn State 4/16 A W 9-3 Juniata (Pa.) 4/17 A L 0-8 Wheeling Jesuit 4/24 H W 7-3 Carnegie Mellon 4/30 A W 7-5 Duquesne 5/1 A L 4-5 Pitt 5/5 H W 18-0 Marietta (Ohio) 5/12 A W 2-0 Marietta (Ohio) 5/13 A W 14-4 Marietta (Ohio) A L 2-4 Marshall A L 1-2 Marshall 5/15 H W 1-0 Susquehanna (Pa.) H W 10-1 Marshall 5/21 H W 4-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/28 H W 3-0 Pitt 5/31 H W 6-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W. Va.) 6/5 N1 W 6-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) H W 2-1 Alumni N1 – Fairmont, W.Va.

1916 (17-6)

HEAD COACH: CHARLES HICKMAN 4/7 H W 9-2 4/15 H L 0-3 4/16 H W 6-5 4/20 H W 8-2 4/27 A W 5-0 4/28 A L 0-4 5/3 H W 7-6 5/4 H L 0-3 5/9 H W 15-3 5/12 H W 16-2 5/13 H W 10-2 5/17 H W 3-2 5/20 H W 8-1 5/26 A W 3-2 5/27 A L 5-13

1917 MOUNTAINEERS

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(3RD SEASON) Ohio Unviersity Wheeling Banners Wheeling Banners Bethany (W.Va.) Maryland Georgetown Marshall Marshall Grove City(Pa.) Westminster (Md.) Westminster (Md.) Penn State Marietta (Ohio) Marshall Marshall


5/30 H W 10-3 Case Western Reserve H L 2-5 West Virginia Wesleyan (W. Va.) H W 11-5 Alumni A L 1-8 Penn State A W 14-5 Marietta (Ohio) A W 8-1 Warwood (W.Va.) 6/3 A W 4-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 6/6 N1 W 4-2 Marshall N1 - Wheeling, W.Va.

1917 (10-6)

HEAD COACH: CHARLES HICKMAN (4TH SEASON) 4/7 H L 1-4 Rutgers 4/13 H W 6-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/14 H W 7-2 ^ Bethany (W.Va.) 4/27 H W 2-0 ! Pittsburgh Independents 4/29 H W 8-3 Pittsburgh Independents 5/2 H L 2-9 Pitt 5/4 H W 4-3 Marshall 5/11 A W 12-11 Penn State 5/12 A W 3-1 Marshall 5/14 A L 1-6 Pitt 5/16 H L 2-8 Penn State 5/17 H W 4-3 Penn State 5/23 H W 10-6 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/28 A L 0-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/30 H L 0-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 6/11 H W 2-1 Alumni ^ - Hickman’s 50th victory; ! - Kester June 5 inning no-hitter

1918 (14-4)

HEAD COACH: KEMPER SHELTON (1ST SEASON) 4/19 H W 9-3 Marshall 4/22 H W 14-4 Marshall 4/25 A W 6-5 Syracuse 4/26 A W 2-1 Colgate 4/27 A W 2-1 Army 4/29 A W 2-0 Dartmouth 4/30 A W 2-0 Worcester Tech (Mass.) 5/1 A L 3-4 Wesleyan (Conn.) 5/2 A L 0-3 Fordham 5/3 A L 0-2 Army Ambulance Corps 5/4 A L 4-12 Navy 5/9 H W 7-4 Virginia 5/10 H W 9-0 Virginia 5/11 H W 8-4 Virginia 5/15 H W 16-3 Colgate 5/16 H W 7-0 Colgate 5/23 H W 5-2 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/24 H W 5-2 Pittsburgh Collegians

1919 (14-3-1)

HEAD COACH: KEMPER SHELTON (2ND SEASON) 4/12 H L 2-4 Wheeling Banners 4/19 H W 3-2 Ohio 4/25 H W 6-3 Charleroi Pros 4/26 H W 7-0 Charleroi Pros 5/2 A L 1-2 Penn State 5/3 A L 0-1 Colgate 5/5 A W 6-2 Syracuse 5/6 A W 4-2 Cornell 5/8 A W 3-1 Lafayette 5/9 A T 2-2 Rutgers 5/19 H W 2-1 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/24 H W 6-0 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 5/24 H W 3-0 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 5/30 H W 15-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/31 H W 23-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/6 H W 7-2 Wheeling Banners 6/7 H W 11-2 Wheeling Banners 6/18 H W 10-4 Alumni

1921 MOUNTAINEERS

1920 (10-11)

HEAD COACH: KEMPER SHELTON (3RD SEASON) 4/9 H W 4-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/10 H W 3-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/23 H L 4-1 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/24 H W 6-2 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/28 A W 8-3 Cornell 4/30 A L 0-1 Vermont 5/1 A L 0-2 Army 5/3 A W 6-5 Fordham 5/5 A L 2-5 Yale 5/6 A L 1-4 Lafayette 5/7 A L 1-6 Georgetown 5/15 H W 6-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/18 H W 16-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/19 H L 0-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/24 H L 3-8 Allegheny Steel 5/25 H L 0-3 Allegheny Steel 5/28 H L 2-4 Pitt 5/29 H W 11-1 Pitt 6/3 H L 3-4 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/12 H W 8-3 Morgantown American Legion 6/14 H W 3-2 Alumni

1921 (21-6)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (1ST SEASON) 4/8 H W 13-8 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/9 H W 21-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/15 H W 18-3 Marietta (Ohio) 4/16 H W 10-3 Marietta (Ohio) 4/22 H W 7-1 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/23 H W 10-2 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/28 A L 3-8 Penn 5/2 A L 3-5 Delaware 5/3 A L 4-5 Lafayette 5/4 A L 5-6 Army 5/7 A W 4-1 Navy 5/13 H W 3-1 Ohio 5/14 H W 7-5 Ohio 5/17 H W 4-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/18 H L 2-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/21 A W 8-5 Clarksburg 5/24 H W 2-1 Grove City (Pa.) 5/25 H W 1-0 Grove City (Pa.) 5/28 H W 6-2 Pitt 5/30 H W 3-2 Pitt 6/1 H W 7-6 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/2 H W 5-3 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/3 A L 2-8 Pitt 6/4 A W 4-0 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 6/10 H W 16-2 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/11 H W 18-4 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 6/13 H W 9-1 Alumni

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1922 (16-11)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (2ND SEASON) 4/7 H W 13-12 Duquesne 4/8 H W 6-2 Duquesne 4/15 H W 13-1 Westminster (Md.) 4/21 H L 4-5 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/22 H W 8-3 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/26 A L 2-3 Maryland 4/27 A L 1-7 Georgetown 4/28 A L 0-4 Catholic (D.C.) 4/29 A L 2-9 Navy 5/1 A L 1-2 Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/2 A W 3-2 Virginia Tech 5/3 A W 11-7 Virginia Tech 5/5 A L 3-4 Virginia 5/6 A L 0-8 Virginia 5/10 H L 1-7 Juniata (Pa.) 5/12 H W 3-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/13 H W 11-5 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/15 H L 2-8 Maryland 5/16 H L 2-4 Maryland 5/22 A W 8-1 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 5/25 H W 7-6 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/26 H W 8-7 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/27 A W 7-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/29 H W 5-4 Pitt 5/30 H W 9-6 Pitt 6/2 H W 7-4 Grove City (Pa.) 6/3 H W 4-3 Grove City (Pa.)

1923 (13-11)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (3RD SEASON) 4/6 H W 14-4 Duquesne 4/7 H W 7-6 Duquesne 4/19 H W 15-9 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/20 H L 1-12 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/21 H L 9-12 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/25 H L 3-8 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/28 A W 6-2 Maryland 4/30 A L 0-3 Catholic (D.C.) 5/1 A L 4-13 Georgetown 5/2 A W 16-0 Lehigh 5/3 A L 1-5 Yale 5/4 A L 1-2 Washington (Md.) 5/5 A W 3-1 Navy 5/15 H W 6-3 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/17 A L 2-3 Pitt 5/18 A L 6-15 Pitt 5/19 A L 5-6 Grove City (Pa.) 5/23 H W 6-2 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/24 H W 16-4 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/25 H W 10-1 Grove City (Pa.) 5/26 H W 12-3 Grove City (Pa.)

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5/30 H L 1-7 5/31 H W 5-4 6/2 H W 5-4

Pitt Pitt ^# Alumni

^ - Rodgers’ 50th victory; # - Called in the 5th inning after the death of Ike Mowery

5/21 H W 19-8 5/22 H L 6-9 5/28 H W 12-10 5/29 H W 7-6 6/14 H W 16-13

1924 (8-13)

1927 (6-12-1)

Juniata (Pa.) Juniata (Pa.) Grove City (Pa.) Grove City (Pa.) Alumni

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (4TH SEASON) 4/4 H L 2-4 Duquesne 4/5 H L 5-6 Duquesne 4/11 H L 3-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/12 H L 0-6 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/17 H L 4-9 Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 4/24 H W 12-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/25 A L 7-8 Maryland 4/26 A L 2-14 Navy 4/28 A L 0-12 Georgetown 4/29 A L 6-10 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/1 A W 2-1 Catholic (D.C.) 5/2 H L 1-10 Mount St. Mary’s 5/3 A W 8-5 Lehigh 5/7 H W 20-2 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/10 H L 4-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/16 A L 5-13 Pitt 5/17 A W 6-3 Pitt 5/22 H W 15-2 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/30 H L 2-6 Pitt 5/31 H W 9-3 Pitt 6/2 H W 7-4 Alumni

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (7TH SEASON) 4/15 H W 5-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/16 H W 5-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/23 H W 3-2 Marshall 4/23 H L 0-6 Marshall 4/26 A L 2-4 Goodyear A.C. 4/27 A L 1-3 Michigan 4/28 A L 3-9 Michigan State 4/29 A L 9-10 Notre Dame 4/30 A L 6-8 Notre Dame 5/3 A T 6-6 Fairmont Black Diamonds $ 5/6 H W 4-3 Juniata (Pa.) 5/7 H W 12-8 Juniata (Pa.) 5/8 H L 5-12 Clarksburg Generals $ H L 5-9 Marietta (Ohio) 5/19 H L 4-5 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/19 H L 1-4 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/28 H L 3-4 Waseda (Japan) 5/30 H L 2-5 Waseda (Japan) 6/6 H W 6-4 Alumni

1925 (14-11)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (8TH SEASON) 4/12 H W 6-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/12 H W 7-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/13 H W 9-2 Marietta (Ohio) 4/14 H W 10-9 Marietta (Ohio) 4/20 H W 4-1 Charleston (W. Va.) 4/28 H L 6-11 Clarksburg Generals $ 5/1 H W 12-4 Fairmont Black Diamonds $ 5/5 A L 3-4 Notre Dame 5/5 A L 2-14 Notre Dame 5/7 N W 8-5 McDaniel (Md.) 5/8 A W 4-0 Michigan State 5/9 A W 21-1 Michigian A&M 5/11 H L 2-8 Marshall 5/12 H W 3-0 Marshall 5/18 H W 5-3 Greensburg H W 2-0 Charleston Senators

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (5TH SEASON) 4/10 H L 2-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/11 H L 6-12 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/17 H L 0-4 Juniata (Pa.) 4/18 H W 10-8 Juniata (Pa.) 4/24 A L 3-6 Catholic (D.C.) 4/25 A W 7-5 Navy 4/27 A L 3-12 Georgetown 4/28 A L 3-9 Yale 5/1 A W 7-5 Drexel 5/2 A W 5-4 Maryland 5/7 H W 4-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/8 H L 6-9 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/9 H W 9-6 Penn State 5/13 A L 4-7 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/14 A L 3-6 Grove City (Pa.) 5/15 A W 7-4 Duquesne 5/16 A W 6-4 Penn State 5/19 H W 9-8 Clarksburg Generals 5/22 H L 7-15 Grove City (Pa.) 5/23 H W 9-8 Grove City (Pa.) 5/26 H W 3-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/29 H W 12-2 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/30 H W 14-0 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/6 H L 5-6 Alumni H W 3-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.)

1926 (10-10)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (6TH SEASON) 4/16 H W 12-2 Muskingum (Ohio) 4/17 H W 9-8 Muskingum (Ohio) 4/23 H L 6-11 Marietta (Ohio) 4/24 H W 5-2 Marietta (Ohio) 4/26 A L 0-3 Georgetown 4/27 A L 1-5 Quantico Marines (Va.) 4/28 A L 3-4 Quantico Marines (Va.) 4/29 A L 3-13 Fort Holabird (Md.) 4/30 A L 3-6 Catholic (D.C.) 5/1 A W 8-5 Navy 5/5 A L 1-11 $ Clarksburg Generals 5/7 H L 7-12 Uniontown Cokers 5/8 A W 16-11 Uniontown Cokers 5/11 H W 8-2 $ Fairmont Black Diamonds 5/15 A L 4-8 Grove City (Pa.)

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1928 (11-4)

$- Mid-Atlantic League (Professional)

1929 (8-9)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (9TH SEASON) 4/6 H W 21-5 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/11 A L 1-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/12 H W 4-3 Ohio 4/13 H L 5-7 Ohio 4/19 H W 19-10 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/20 H W 10-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/27 H L 11-14 Marshall 5/8 A L 6-8 Georgetown 5/9 A L 5-6 Washington (Md.) 5/10 A L 4-5 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/11 A L 4-12 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/16 A W 7-5 Clarksburg Generals 5/17 A L 3-6 Marshall 5/24 H W 12-7 Charleston (W.Va.) 5/25 H W 13-11 Charleston (W.Va.) 5/30 H W 6-2 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 6/3 H L 3-13 Alumni

1930 (6-13-1)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (10TH SEASON) 4/11 H W 11-3 Ohio 4/12 H L 6-8 Ohio 4/15 H W 16-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/18 A L 3-15 Raleigh Capitals

4/21 A L 11-22 4/22 A L 0-7 4/23 A W 8-4 4/24 A L 2-7 4/25 A L 6-7 4/26 A L 1-15 5/2 H W 10-8 5/3 H L 12-15 5/6 A L 2-5 5/14 A L 8-9 5/15 A L 2-4 5/16 A L 3-5 5/17 A W 6-0 5/23 H W 20-6 5/30 H L 4-15 5/31 H T 11-11

Duke Durham Bulls Newberry (S.C.) South Carolina South Carolina Georgetown Marshall Marshall St. Vincent (Pa.) Xavier Cincinnati Marshall Marshall Charleston (W.Va.) St. Vincent (Pa.) Alumni

1931 (6-9-1)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (11TH SEASON) 4/17 H W 3-2 Marietta (Ohio) 4/24 H W 6-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/25 H W 8-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/29 A W 12-8 McDaniel (Md.) 4/30 A L 0-9 Mount St. Mary’s 5/1 A L 1-2 Georgetown 5/2 A L 5-6 Maryland 5/5 A L 5-6 Clarksburg Generals 5/8 H T 8-8 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/12 A W 5-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/13 A L 0-2 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/27 A L 0-12 Marshall 5/28 A L 1-7 Marshall 5/29 A L 0-5 Ohio 5/30 A L 3-4 Ohio 6/8 H W 9-3 Alumni

1932 (8-8)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (12TH SEASON) 4/15 A W 10-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/16 H W 15-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/23 A L 9-16 Mount St. Mary’s 4/25 A L 3-4 Maryland 4/26 A L 2-6 Georgetown 4/27 A W 16-3 Navy 4/28 A L 5-7 Quantico Marines (Va.) 4/29 A L 1-3 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/6 H L 8-11 Ohio 5/7 H W 10-5 Ohio 5/20 H L 4-6 Ohio State 5/21 H W 9-6 Ohio State 5/28 A L 2-11 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/30 A W 11-1 Salem International (W.Va.) 6/6 H W 6-2 Alumni H W 6-5 Shepherd (W.Va.)

1933 (6-9-1)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (13TH SEASON) 4/21 H T 7-7 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/22 H L 5-10 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/27 A W 7-5 Mount St. Mary’s 4/28 A L 2-3 Georgetown 4/29 A L 2-7 Navy 5/1 A L 0-11 William & Mary 5/2 A L 3-5 William & Mary 5/4 A W 14-8 George Washington 5/16 A L 0-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/17 A L 4-9 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/18 H W 4-0 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/19 H W 11-4 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/21 H W 7-6 Ohio State 5/27 H L 2-5 Ohio State 5/30 H W 15-1 Old Timers 6/5 H L 1-4 Alumni


1934 (4-13)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (14TH SEASON) 4/20 A L 4-5 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/21 A L 6-10 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/28 H W 6-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/28 H L 6-9 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/5 A L 6-15 Maryland 5/7 A L 0-18 William & Mary 5/8 A L 3-8 William & Mary 5/9 A L 10-22 Virginia 5/11 A W 16-9 Roanoke (Va.) 5/12 A L 5-6 Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/17 H L 1-6 Duquesne 5/18 H L 6-10 Duquesne 5/25 H W 9-8 Ohio State 5/26 H L 8-11 Ohio State 5/30 H W 15-1 Pittsburgh Collegians 6/2 A L 3-14 Penn State 6/11 H L 6-7 Alumni

1935 (9-9)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (15TH SEASON) 4/19 A L 4-10 Ohio 4/20 A L 0-9 Ohio 4/23 A W 8-5 Salem International (W.Va.) 4/24 A W 6-5 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4/25 A L 4-5 Virginia 4/26 A W 16-9 Georgetown 4/27 A L 8-9 George Washington 5/4 H W 9-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/4 H W 8-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/10 H W 8-7 Pittsburgh Collegians 5/11 A L 6-10 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/18 A W 17-2 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/24 H L 4-7 Ohio State 5/25 H L 6-11 Ohio State 5/30 H W 8-4 Duquesne 5/30 H L 7-10 Duquesne 6/1 H W 10-5 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 6/10 H L 6-7 Alumni

1936 (10-9)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT 4/17 H L 5-9 4/18 H L 0-8 4/24 H W 20-4 4/25 H W 14-13 4/28 A L 9-21 4/29 A L 5-6 4/30 A L 3-8 5/1 A L 4-11 5/2 H L 6-14 5/8 H W 6-0 5/8 H W 11-7 5/13 H L 0-1 5/13 H L 0-5 5/16 H W 3-2 5/22 H W 8-4 5/23 H W 14-5 5/30 H W 12-1 5/30 H W 11-3 6/6 H W 13-0

RODGERS (16TH SEASON) Penn State Penn State Fairmont State (W.Va.) ^ Fairmont State (W.Va.) Maryland Quantico Marines (Va.) Georgetown George Washington George Washington Salem International (W.Va.) Salem International (W.Va.) Salem International (W.Va.) Salem International (W.Va.) St. Vincent (Pa.) Ohio Ohio Fairmont State (W.Va.) Fairmont State (W.Va.) Alumni

^ - Rodgers’ 150th victory

1937 (12-10)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (17TH SEASON) 4/2 H L +8-11 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/3 H L 9-12 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/9 A W 7-6 Ohio 4/10 A W 8-4 Ohio 4/16 A L 1-3 Penn State 4/17 A L 3-4 Penn State 4/24 H W 13-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/24 H W 19-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/30 H W 7-3 Marietta (Ohio) 5/1 H W 14-1 Marietta (Ohio) 5/4 A W 2-0 Mount St. Mary’s 5/5 A L 3-14 Navy 5/6 A L 1-7 Georgetown 5/7 A L 4-10 George Washington 5/8 A L 6-7 George Washington 5/12 A W 5-4 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/19 A W 3-2 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/21 A W 3-2 Salem International (W. Va.) 5/22 A W 11-8 St. Vincent (Pa.) 6/4 H L 0-6 Ohio State 6/5 H L 5-15 Ohio State 6/7 H W 15-5 Alumni

1938 (5-10)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (18TH SEASON) 4/4 H L 2-4 Michigan State 4/22 H W 3-2 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/23 H W 6-5 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/26 A L 5-9 Mount St. Mary’s 4/28 A L 1-13 Georgetown 4/29 A L 5-15 Temple 4/30 A W 8-3 Shepherd (W.Va.) 5/6 H W 7-3 Ohio 5/7 H L 11-18 Ohio 5/13 H W 10-2 Marietta (Ohio) 5/20 A L 0-11 Penn State 5/21 A L 3-11 Penn State 5/29 H L 3-5 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/30 H L 1-5 St. Vincent (Pa.) 6/6 H L 6-16 Alumni

1939 (8-7)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (19TH SEASON) 4/3 H L 5-7 Michigan State 4/4 H L 4-6 Michigan State 4/14 H W 32-5 Salem International (W.Va.) 4/21 H W 23-19 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/22 H W 19-14 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/26 H L 4-9 Mount St. Mary’s 4/27 H W 3-2 Temple 5/3 H W 11-9 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/5 H L 0-3 Pitt 5/6 H W 10-7 Pitt 5/10 H L 1-8 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/19 H W 9-5 Penn State 5/20 H L 14-17 Penn State 5/26 H W 9-5 Pitt 5/27 H L 7-10 Pitt

1940 (9-5)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (20TH SEASON) 4/5 H W 12-2 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/5 H W 12-7 Ohio Wesleyan (Ohio) 4/12 A L 2-5 Penn State 4/26 A W 10-6 Ohio 4/27 A W 4-3 Ohio 5/3 A L 3-7 Pitt 5/4 A W 10-8 Pitt 5/7 H W 18-8 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/8 A W 5-4 St. Vincent (Pa.)

1946 MOUNTAINEERS

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Temple Navy George Washington Pitt Pitt

1941 (5-9)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (21ST SEASON) 4/18 H L 2-15 Western State (Mich.) 4/19 H L 9-15 Western State (Mich.) 4/22 A L 5-10 Navy 4/23 A W 10-2 Maryland 4/24 H L 2-9 Georgetown 4/26 A W 6-4 George Washington 5/2 H L 8-9 St. Vicent (Pa.) 5/10 A L 7-5 Pitt 5/10 A L 5-3 Pitt 5/13 H W 8-2 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/16 A L 6-7 Ohio 5/17 A L 2-3 Ohio 5/30 H W 3-2 Duquesne 5/30 H W 11-10 Duquesne

1942 (2-9)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (22ND SEASON) 4/16 A L 3-11 George Washington 4/17 A L 2-9 Maryland 4/18 A L 3-5 Navy 4/25 H L 1-5 St. Vincent (Pa.) 4/27 A L 8-12 Pitt 4/28 A L 4-6 Pitt 5/1 A W 6-4 Penn State 5/2 A L 2-6 Penn State 5/6 A L 5-6 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/8 H W 5-4 Ohio 5/11 H L 1-15 Ohio

1943

NO TEAM - WORLD WAR II

1944

NO TEAM - WORLD WAR II

1945

NO TEAM - WORLD WAR II

1946 (6-2)

HEAD COACH: IRA ERRETT RODGERS (23RD SEASON) 4/26 H W 13-4 ^ West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/27 H W 10-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/10 A W 6-4 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/11 A W 22-2 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/15 A L 1-3 Pitt 5/22 A L 4-5 Penn State 5/24 H W 18-2 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/25 H W 11-3 Shepherd (W.Va.) ^ - Rodgers’ 200th victory

1947 (9-7)

HEAD COACH: CHARLES HOCKENBERRY (1ST SEASON) 4/11 H L 5-7 Ohio 4/12 H L 7-11 Ohio 4/18 A W 6-4 Penn State 4/19 A W 4-2 Penn State 4/23 A L 5-7 Pitt 4/26 H W 11-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/7 A L 4-12 Navy 5/8 A L 3-10 Maryland 5/9 A W 17-5 Quantico Marines (Va.) 5/10 A L 8-18 Georgetown 5/17 H W 9-3 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/20 H W 11-5 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/23 H W 11-5 Salem International (W.Va.) 5/24 H W 6-3 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/30 H L 8-11 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/31 H W 9-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.)

164

BASEBALL 1948 (16-6)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (1ST SEASON) 4/2 A L 0-2 Virginia Tech 4/3 A L 1-10 Virginia 4/5 A W 13-9 Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/6 A W 9-3 VMI 4/10 H W 3-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/16 H W 6-3 Ohio 4/17 H W 7-3 Ohio 4/20 H W 14-9 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/23 A W 6-2 Lafayette 4/24 A W 8-4 Temple 4/30 A W 13-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/1 H W 8-0 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/6 A W 11-4 Pitt 5/10 A L 5-8 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/12 H W 9-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/15 H W 10-2 WVU Tech (W.Va.) 5/18 A L 7-8 Maryland 5/19 A L 6-7 Navy 5/22 A W 7-6 Virginia 5/28 H W 4-3 Pitt 5/29 H W 4-2 Pitt 6/9 A L 0-8 *Lafayette

1951 (17-6 Overall, 10-4 SoCon, 3rd)

*- NCAA Tournament Game

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (4TH SEASON) 4/11 A L 2-15 Navy 4/12 A L 2-7 * Maryland 4/12 A L 7-13 * Maryland 4/14 A W 4-2 * George Washington 4/14 A L 4-5 * George Washington 4/18 H W 25-6 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4/25 A W 7-0 Pitt 4/27 H W 8-2 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/28 H W 5-4 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/1 A W 7-5 * Virginia Tech 5/1 A L 2-6 * Virginia Tech 5/2 A W 4-2 * VMI 5/2 A W 12-7 * VMI 5/8 A W 4-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/10 A W 10-1 * William & Mary 5/10 A W 5-1 * William & Mary 5/12 A W 4-0 * Richmond 5/12 A W 10-4 *^ Richmond 5/15 H W 2-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/18 N1 L 2-6 + Clemson 5/19 N1 W 4-3 + Maryland 5/26 H W 17-5 Bethany (W.Va. 6/2 H W 12-7 Pitt

1949 (13-8)

* - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 50th victory; + - SoCon Tournament; N1 – Greensboro, N.C.

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (2ND SEASON) 3/31 A L 3-4 Virginia Tech 4/1 A W 5-1 Roanoke (Va.) 4/8 H W 2-1 Salem International (W.Va.) 4/13 H L 11-12 Geneva (Pa.) 4/25 H W 7-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/27 H W 13-11 Salem International (W.Va.) 4/29 H W 18-2 Pitt 4/30 H W 11-9 Pitt 5/4 A W 11-6 Navy 5/5 A L 3-9 Maryland 5/6 A L 3-9 Georgetown 5/7 A L 4-7 George Washington 5/10 A L 6-7 Ohio 5/12 A W 13-8 Dayton 5/13 A L 2-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/14 H W 14-1 WVU Tech (W.Va.) 5/16 A L 4-15 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/17 H W 8-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/20 A W 10-9 Maryland 5/28 A W 7-4 Pitt 5/28 A W 6-4 Pitt

1950 (8-14)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (3RD SEASON) 4/3 A L 13-19 Virginia Tech 4/5 A L 3-9 Duke 4/6 A L 5-9 Duke 4/7 A L 9-15 North Carolina 4/8 A L 1-10 North Carolina 4/14 H W 8-3 Kent State 4/19 A L 4-9 Maryland 4/20 A L 6-14 Quantico Marines (Va.) 4/21 A L 1-2 Quantico Marines (Va.) 4/22 A L 1-8 George Washington 4/28 H W 12-3 WVU Tech (W.Va.) 4/28 H W 10-5 WVU Tech (W.Va.) 5/2 H W 9-1 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) 5/4 H L 4-9 Geneva (Pa.) 5/6 A L 7-13 Penn State 5/6 A L 2-4 Penn State 5/10 H W 13-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/12 A L 4-7 Pitt 5/13 A W 16-9 Pitt 5/17 A W 11-10 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/25 H L 5-17 Ohio 5/27 H W 15-0 Bethany (W.Va.)

1952 (12-9 Overall, 7-3 SoCon, T-2nd North)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (5TH SEASON) 3/29 H W 3-0 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4/1 A L 2-13 Ohio 4/10 A L 7-11 Fort Meade (Md.) 4/11 A W 15-1 Naval Air Station (Md.) 4/12 A L 0-6 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/12 A W 6-4 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/16 H W 9-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/19 A L 2-4 Penn State 4/19 A L 2-6 Penn State 4/23 A L 3-4 * William & Mary 4/23 A W 4-3 * William & Mary 4/28 A W 14-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/30 H W 22-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/2 H W 5-0 * Maryland 5/2 H W 3-2 * Maryland 5/7 A L 5-6 Pitt 5/10 H W 2-1 * George Washington 5/10 H L 0-5 * George Washington 5/13 A W 8-4 * VMI 5/13 A W 7-1 * VMI 5/21 A L 2-5 Pitt * - SoCon game

1953 (6-7 Overall, 2-5 SoCon, 7th North)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (6TH SEASON) 4/10 H L 2-3 * William & Mary 4/11 H W 1-0 * William & Mary 4/15 A W 12-6 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/22 A L 1-7 Pitt 4/24 A L 0-7 * George Washington 4/24 A L 7-8 * George Washington 4/25 A L 3-4 * Maryland 4/25 A L 0-8 * Maryland 4/29 A W 5-2 * Richmond 5/8 H W 6-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/9 H W 6-2 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/20 H L 4-5 Penn State 5/20 H W 3-0 Penn State * - SoCon game


1954 (13-7 Overall, 5-4 SoCon, 6th)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (7TH SEASON) 4/1 H W 13-10 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4/3 H W 9-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/7 H W 4-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/10 A L 1-12 Penn State 4/10 A L 0-2 Penn State 4/15 H W 4-1 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/19 A L 5-8 * William & Mary 4/19 A L 2-4 * William & Mary 4/20 A L 2-3 * Richmond 4/20 A W 2-1 * Richmond 4/24 H W 5-3 * VMI 4/26 A W 2-1 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/26 A W 10-6 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/1 H W 5-1 * Virginia Tech 5/1 H L 1-2 * Virginia Tech 5/4 A W 12-10 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/13 A W 9-5 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/15 H W 4-3 Pitt 5/19 A L 3-6 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/21 H W 16-6 Bethany (W.Va.) * - SoCon game

1955 (20-6 Overall, 7-2 SoCon, 1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (8TH SEASON) 3/31 A W 10-2 American 4/2 H W 7-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/4 H W 16-9 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/5 H W 12-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 4/10 A W 15-10 * George Washington 4/10 A L 1-3 * George Washington 4/14 N1 W 5-3 Notre Dame 4/16 H W 7-2 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/16 H W 3-2 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/18 H W 11-9 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/22 H W 9-3 Penn State 4/23 H W 3-1 Penn State 4/30 A W 11-0 * VMI 4/30 A W 5-4 * VMI 5/3 A W 10-9 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/5 A L 1-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/7 H W 3-1 ^ St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/10 H W 20-7 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/14 A L 2-7 * Virginia Tech 5/16 H W 4-3 * William & Mary 5/16 H W 3-1 * William & Mary 5/19 A W 7-5 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/20 H L 1-3 Pitt 5/28 H L 5-1 $ Wake Forest 5/30 H W 9-7 $ Wake Forest 5/30 H L 6-5 $ Wake Forest * - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 100th victory; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Parkersburg, W.Va.

1956 (16-9 Overall, 6-3 SoCon, 2nd)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (9TH SEASON) 3/28 A W z4-3 Parris Island 3/29 N1 W 4-0 Notre Dame 3/30 N1 L 4-9 Illinois 3/31 N1 L 0-10 Wisconsin 4/1 A W 13-12 Florida State 4/2 N1 W 15-4 Brown 4/3 N1 L 6-7 Illinois 4/4 N1 W 19-2 Brown 4/5 A W 7-1 * The Citadel 4/10 H W 2-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/11 H W 7-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/14 H W 3-2 * George Washington 4/14 H L 3-8 * George Washington 4/18 A L 6-8 Penn State 4/18 A L 3-15 Penn State 4/23 A L 3-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.)

1958 MOUNTAINEERS 4/27 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/3 5/5 5/15 5/15 5/19

H H H H H H A A H

W W L L W W W W W

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

* Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * VMI * VMI Waynesburg (Pa.) Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) * Washington & Lee (Va.) * Washington & Lee (Va.) Bethany (W.Va.)

5/12 A L 5/15 A L 5/17 H L 5/20 A W

4-5 3-8 5-6 14-3

* Richmond Fairmont State (W.Va.) Pitt Waynesburg (Pa.)

* - SoCon game; N1 – Tallahassee, Fla.

1959 (16-9 Overall, 8-5 SoCon, 5th)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (10TH SEASON) 3/30 A W 9-2 Mount St. Mary’s 4/1 H W 5- West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/15 H W 6-5 * Richmond 4/15 H W 1-0 * Richmond 4/16 A W 3-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/19 A L 7-8 * Virginia Tech 4/19 A L 8-10 * Virginia Tech 4/22 A L 4-15 * Davidson 4/24 A W 4-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/27 H W 13-0 Geneva (Pa.) 5/1 A W 6-4 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/2 H W 12-10 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/4 H W 19-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/6 A L 2-4 * George Washington 5/6 A L 4-6 * George Washington 5/9 H L 1-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/11 H L 2-3 Pitt 5/13 H W 8-3 * William & Mary 5/13 H W 6-2 * William & Mary 5/18 H L 0-6 Penn State

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (12TH SEASON) 3/26 A W 11-6 Belmont Abbey (N.C.) 3/28 A W 7-1 * Furman 3/28 A W 6-1 * Furman 3/31 A W 7-3 * The Citadel 4/4 A W 3-1 *^ William & Mary 4/4 A W 6-2 * William & Mary 4/7 H W 9-7 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/15 A W 6-0 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/16 A W 8-3 St. Vincent (Pa.) 4/18 A L 3-4 * VMI 4/18 A L 3-4 * VMI 4/21 A W 5-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/23 H L 1-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/25 A L 3-4 * George Washington 4/25 A W 9-3 * George Washington 5/1 A W 7-1 * Virginia Tech 5/2 A L 6-7 * Virginia Tech 5/4 H W 6-3 * Richmond 5/4 H L 0-2 * Richmond 5/6 A L 2-12 Kent State 5/9 H W 9-3 Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/9 H W 4-2 Washington & Lee (Va.) 5/12 H L 3-6 Pitt 5/16 H L 0-3 Penn State 5/19 H W 10-3 Waynesburg (Pa.)

* - SoCon game

* - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 150th victory

1958 (12-11 Overall, 5-3 SoCon, 5th)

1960 (17-9 Overall, 6-4 SoCon, T-3rd)

* - SoCon game; N1 – Tallahassee, Fla.

1957 (12-8 Overall, 4-5 SoCon, 5th)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (11TH SEASON) 4/3 A W 9-7 Georgia Southern 4/4 N1 L 1-6 Wisconsin 4/5 A L 7-14 Florida State 4/7 N1 L 4-6 Notre Dame 4/8 N1 L 2-12 Wisconsin 4/12 H W 5-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/14 A L 2-4 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/14 A W 16-0 * Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/17 H W 10-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/19 H W 3-2 * George Washington 4/19 H L 4-5 * George Washington 4/22 A W 6-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/23 H W 4-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/25 H W 6-1 * Virginia Tech 4/26 H W 13-10 * Virginia Tech 4/30 A L 2-3 Pitt 5/1 H W 12-7 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/10 H L 3-5 Kent State 5/12 A W 7-5 * Richmond

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HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (13TH SEASON) 4/2 A L 2-3 Bridgewater (Va.) 4/8 H W 2-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/12 H L 5-6 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/14 A L 6-17 High Point 4/15 A W 6-5 * Furman 4/16 A W 10-4 * Davidson 4/18 A L 4-5 * William & Mary 4/18 A W 3-0 * William & Mary 4/19 A W 7-2 Loyola (Md.) 4/20 A L 6-9 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/24 H L 3-4 * George Washington 4/24 H W 8-1 * George Washington 4/26 H W 16-6 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/27 A W 7-5 Penn State 4/30 H L 1-6 * Virginia Tech 4/30 H W 4-3 * Virginia Tech 5/2 H W 5-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/3 H W 7-6 Pitt 5/7 H W 6-3 Washington & Jefferson (Pa.)

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5/12 H W 5/14 H W 5/14 H L 5/17 A W 5/18 A W 5/21 H W 5/21 H L

7-1 7-4 0-1 4-2 2-0 2-1 3-6

St. Vincent (Pa.) Washington & Lee (Va.) Washington & Lee (Va.) Bethany (W.Va.) Pitt * VMI * VMI

* - SoCon game

1961 (17-10 Overall, 8-2 SoCon, 1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (14TH SEASON) 3/29 A W 13-7 High Point 3/30 A W 17-5 * Davidson 4/1 A L 5-6 * The Citadel 4/3 A L 8-9 NC State 4/4 A L 0-3 * Virginia Tech 4/4 A W 6-3 * Virginia Tech 4/5 A W 6-3 Bridgewater (Va.) 4/6 A L 4-5 Navy 4/17 H W 3-0 Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/17 H L 3-4 Washington & Lee (Va.) 4/20 H L 1-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/22 A W 15-1 * George Washington 4/22 A W 9-4 * George Washington 4/24 H W 4-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 5/2 H W 13-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/8 H W 3-0 * William & Mary 5/8 H W 7-1 * William & Mary 5/11 A L 1-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/12 A W 6-0 Pitt 5/13 H L 4-6 St. Vincent (Pa.) 5/16 A W 10-6 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/20 H W 2-1 * VMI 5/20 H W 5-2 * VMI 5/23 H W 11-4 Pitt 6/1 N1 L 1-3 $ Florida State 6/2 N1 W 4-3 $ Florida State 6/3 N1 L 3-7 $ Duke * - SoCon game; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Gastonia, N.C.

1962 (19-8 Overall, 9-2 SoCon, 1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (15TH SEASON) 4/3 H L 1-3 California (Pa.) 4/4 H W 3-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/10 H L 1-3 Salem International (W.Va.) 4/14 H W 6-1 * The Citadel 4/16 H W 9-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/17 A W 7-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/19 A W 16-4 Bridgewater (Va.) 4/21 A W 2-0 *^ Richmond 4/21 A L 0-4 * Richmond 4/23 A W 9-3 * William & Mary 4/23 A W 4-0 * William & Mary 4/24 A W 14-12 Hampden-Sydney (Va.) 4/25 A W 2-1 * VMI 4/25 A W 8-5 * VMI 4/28 H W 3-2 Furman 5/1 A W 5-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/3 A L 0-2 Pitt 5/5 H W 9-3 * Davidson 5/7 A W 9-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/8 A W 5-4 Ohio 5/10 A W 23-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/12 H L 3-4 Pitt 5/17 A W 5-4 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/19 H W 1-0 * Virginia Tech 5/19 H L 2-3 * Virginia Tech 5/31 N1 L 3-8 $ Wake Forest 6/1 N1 L 5-6 $ Florida State * - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 200th victory; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Gastonia, N.C.

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BASEBALL 1963 (30-3 Overall, 13-1 SoCon, 1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (16TH SEASON) 3/30 H W 11-3 Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) 4/2 H W 9-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/4 A W 17-4 California (Pa.) 4/6 H W 9-2 Bridgewater (Va.) 4/8 H W 4-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/10 A W 9-5 High Point 4/11 A W 2-1 * The Citadel 4/11 A W 7-2 * The Citadel 4/13 A W 5-1 * Furman 4/13 A W 5-2 *Furman 4/15 A W 11-3 * Davidson 4/15 A W 10-3 * Davidson 4/16 A W 7-5 Lynchburg (Va.) 4/20 H W 9-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/22 H L 4-6 * Richmond 4/22 H W 7-3 * Richmond 4/25 A W 9-2 * George Washington 4/25 A W 5-4 * George Washington 5/2 A W 3-0 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/3 A W 9-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/4 H W 4-3 * William & Mary 5/4 H W 6-4 * William & Mary 5/6 A W 4-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 5/7 H W 10-6 Ohio 5/9 H W 19-5 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/11 H W 7-4 Pitt 5/16 H W 5-4 Penn State 5/18 H W 5-4 * VMI 5/18 H W 7-2 * VMI 5/21 A W 6-4 Pitt 5/30 N1 L 3-4 $ Wake Forest 5/30 N1 W 2-1 $ Auburn 5/31 N1 L 8-12 $ Wake Forest * - SoCon game; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Gastonia, N.C.

1964 (24-5 Overall, 14-2 SoCon, 1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (17TH SEASON) 3/26 A W 18-3 Catholic (D.C.) 3/27 A W 8-4 * George Washington 3/27 A W 7-1 * George Washington 3/31 A W 10-3 Lynchburg (Va.) 4/1 A W 5-1 Bridgewater (Va.) 4/10 H W 10-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/12 A W 3-2 * VMI 4/12 A W 9-2 *^ VMI 4/14 H W 13-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/16 H W 11-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/18 H W 5-1 * The Citadel 4/18 H W 2-0 * The Citadel 4/23 H W 9-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/25 H W 7-3 * Davidson 4/25 H W 5-4 * Davidson 4/28 A W 3-0 * Richmond 4/28 A W 5-3 * Richmond 5/2 H W 5-1 * Furman 5/2 H L 2-3 * Furman 5/4 H W 12-2 California (Pa.) 5/6 A L 3-6 Penn State 5/9 H L 0-7 * Virginia Tech 5/9 H W 5-4 * Virginia Tech 5/12 A W 8-0 * William & Mary 5/12 A W 4-3 * William & Mary 5/16 H W 1-0 Pitt 5/19 A W 6-4 Pitt 5/28 N1 L 0-11 $ Mississippi 5/28 N1 L 5-6 $ East Carolina * - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 250th victory; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Gastonia, N.C.

1965 (19-9 Overall, 10-4 SoCon, 2nd)

HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (18TH SEASON) 4/1 H W 4-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/3 A L 3-1 California (Pa.) 4/3 A W 14-3 California (Pa.) 4/7 H W 4-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/8 A W 7-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/10 A W 6-1 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/10 N1 W 4-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/14 A W 3-0 * Davidson 4/14 A W 6-2 * Davidson 4/15 A W 5-2 * The Citadel 4/15 A L 5-3 * The Citadel 4/16 A W 11-8 Georgia 4/17 A L 2-1 * Furman 4/17 A L 3-0 * Furman 4/20 A L 6-1 Wake Forest 4/27 H W 2-1 * Richmond 4/27 H W 3-1 * Richmond 5/1 A W 7-5 * Virginia Tech 5/1 A W 5-4 * Virginia Tech 5/5 A L 10-4 Penn State 5/8 H W 2-1 * William & Mary 5/8 H W 4-1 * William & Mary 5/10 H L 7-3 Ohio 5/12 A W 5-2 Pitt 5/14 H L 7-3 * VMI 5/14 H W 3-1 * VMI 5/15 H W 7-4 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/19 H L 5-2 Pitt * - SoCon game; N1- Bethany, W.Va.

1966 (26-7-1 Overall, 12-4 SoCon, 2nd) HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (19TH SEASON) 3/26 H W 4-1 Indiana (Pa.) 3/26 H W 3-1 Indiana (Pa.) 3/31 H W 8-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/2 H W 11-2 California (Pa.) 4/2 H W 5-0 California (Pa.) 4/7 A W 4-0 Navy 4/8 A W 9-4 NC State 4/8 A T 5-5 NC State 4/11 A W 11-0 Loyola (Md.) 4/14 H W 5-3 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/16 H L 0-3 * East Carolina 4/16 H W 7-2 * East Carolina 4/18 A W 3-2 * William & Mary 4/18 A L 1-3 * William & Mary 4/20 H W 8-7 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/21 H L 1-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/23 A W 3-2 * George Washington 4/23 A L 5-9 * George Washington 4/25 H W 2-1 * The Citadel 4/25 H W 5-4 *^ The Citadel 4/26 H W 13-5 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/30 A L 0-1 * Richmond 4/30 A W 7-1 * Richmond 5/2 H W 1-0 Pitt 5/3 H L 0-3 Penn State 5/5 A W 13-9 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 5/7 H W 5-1 * Davidson 5/7 H W 7-0 * Davidson 5/9 H W 18-2 * Furman 5/9 H W 9-0 * Furman 5/11 A W 2-0 Pitt 5/14 A W 5-2 * VMI 5/14 A W 4-1 * VMI 5/16 A L 1-5 Ohio * - SoCon game; ^ - Harrick’s 300th victory; # - Win by forfeit


1967 (22-9 Overall, 13-3 SoCon, T-1st)

NCAA DISTRICT III PLAYOFFS SOCON CHAMPION HEAD COACH: STEVE HARRICK (20TH SEASON) 3/23 A L 3-13 High Point 3/24 A L 3-4 * Davidson 3/24 A W 5-2 * Davidson 3/25 A L 5-6 * Furman 3/25 A W 7-0 * Furman 3/27 A W 15-7 NC State 3/28 A L 1-6 NC State 3/30 H W 6-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/1 A W 9-6 California (Pa.) 4/1 A W 10-1 California (Pa.) 4/4 H W 7-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/7 A W 9-3 * The Citadel 4/7 A W 3-1 * The Citadel 4/8 A W 4-2 * East Carolina 4/8 A L 2-4 * East Carolina 4/11 A W 16-2 Bethany (W.Va.) 4/15 H W 6-5 * George Washington 4/15 H W 2-1 * George Washington 4/18 H L 0-7 Ohio 4/20 A W 14-2 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/22 H W 3-0 * VMI 4/22 H W 2-0 * VMI 4/26 A L 1-2 Penn State 4/27 H W 4-3 West Virginia Wesleyan (W.Va.) 4/29 H W 4-3 * William & Mary 4/29 H W 4-3 * William & Mary 5/18 A W 2-1 * Richmond 5/18 A W 3-1 * Richmond 5/20 A W 10-6 East Carolina 6/2 N1 L 3-8 $ Auburn 6/3 N1 L 0-5 $ Clemson * - SoCon game; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Gastonia, N.C.

1968 (9 -8 Overall, 4-4 SoCon, 5th)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG 3/28 H W 13-3 3/30 H L 0-7 3/30 H W 5-4 4/2 A L 6-7 4/4 A W 4-0 4/6 H W 2-1 4/6 H L 2-4 4/10 H W 6-1 4/10 H W 3-2 4/13 A L 3-5 4/13 A W 8-0 4/15 A L 4-5 4/15 A L 3-4 4/18 H W 8-1

(1ST SEASON) Waynesburg (Pa.) California (Pa.) California (Pa.) West Liberty (W.Va.) Pitt Slippery Rock (Pa.) Slippery Rock (Pa.) * VMI * VMI * George Washington * George Washington * Richmond * Richmond Indiana (Pa.)

4/27 A W 9-0 4/27 A L 0-5 4/29 H L 3-4

* William & Mary * William & Mary Pitt

* - SoCon game

1969 (12-6-1)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (2ND SEASON) 3/12 A W 5-3 The Citadel 3/13 A W 3-2 Charleston Southern 3/14 A W 6-2 Charleston Southern 3/15 A L 1-8 UNC Wilmington 3/15 A W 4-0 UNC Wilmington 4/7 H W 2-1 Geneva (Pa.) 4/10 A W 6-3 California (Pa.) 4/10 A T 3-3 California (Pa.) 4/12 H W 5-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/12 H W 10-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/15 A L 3-4 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/15 A W 7-0 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/19 A L 6-10 Virginia Tech 4/21 H L 6-7 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/26 H W 3-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/26 H W 9-5 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/30 H L 1-7 Penn State 4/30 H W 9-0 Penn State 5/2 H L 0-6 Pitt

1970 (12-5)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (3RD SEASON) 3/9 A L 1-2 Auburn 3/10 A W 3-0 Auburn 3/11 A L 8-9 Birmingham-Southern (Ala.) 3/12 A L 1-5 UT Chattanooga 3/13 A W 3-2 Vanderbilt 3/14 A W 5-1 Belmont 4/9 H W 4-2 California (Pa.) 4/11 H W 1-0 Virginia Tech 4/11 H W 1-0 ! Virginia Tech 4/18 A W 5-0 Juniata (Pa.) 4/18 A W 13-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 4/21 A W 7-6 Maryland 4/21 A L 1-4 Maryland 4/28 A W 2-1 Pitt 4/29 H W 1-0 Penn State 5/2 H W 6-4 Pitt 5/2 H L 4-7 Pitt ! - Jim Mavroleon 7 inning no-hitter

1971 (21-6)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (4TH SEASON) 3/8 A W 14-0 Charleston Southern 3/9 A W 2-1 Charleston Southern 3/11 A L 1-6 High Point 3/12 A W 4-3 High Point 3/27 A W 5-3 Marietta (Ohio) 3/27 A L 5-6 Marietta (Ohio) 3/29 A W 7-1 West Liberty (W.Va.) 3/31 H W 15-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/3 H W 2-1 Geneva (Pa.) 4/3 H W 4-3 Geneva (Pa.) 4/5 H W 7-0 Pitt 4/5 H W 7-3 Pitt 4/7 H W 3-0 George Washington 4/7 H W 6-5 George Washington 4/10 A W 1-0 Virginia Tech 4/10 A L 0-2 Virginia Tech 4/12 A L 0-8 Ohio 4/17 H W 12-3 Juniata (Pa.) 4/17 H W 3-0 Juniata (Pa.) 4/20 H W 5-4 Maryland 4/22 H W 9-3 ^ Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/23 H W 4-0 Buffalo 4/24 A W 6-0 California (Pa.) 4/24 A L 2-4 California (Pa.) 4/26 H W 7-5 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 5/1 A W 6-5 Pitt 5/1 A L 2-4 Pitt ^ - Ramsburg’s 50th victory

1972 (10-10)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (5TH SEASON) 3/5 A L 1-6 High Point 3/6 A L 0-1 Clemson 3/7 A L 1-9 Clemson 3/9 A W 5-0 South Carolina 3/10 A W 13-7 South Carolina 3/11 A L 3-10 High Point 3/27 H W 1-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 3/29 A L 5-6 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/29 A W 4-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/1 A W 7-3 Geneva (Pa.) 4/6 H W 5-4 California (Pa.) 4/10 A L 0-2 Maryland 4/12 H W 6-1 Kent State 4/12 H L 2-6 Kent State 4/14 A W 7-0 George Washington 4/14 A L 1-2 George Washington 4/21 A L 2-3 Buffalo 4/26 H L 0-2 Penn State 4/29 H W 4-1 Pitt 4/29 H W 3-1 Pitt

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HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (6TH SEASON) 3/7 A L 3-4 South Carolina 3/7 A W 13-0 South Carolina 3/9 A L 3-7 Clemson 3/10 A L 3-8 High Point 3/10 A L 4-5 High Point 3/24 H L 3-9 Marietta (Ohio) 3/24 H L 1-4 Marietta (Ohio) 3/28 H W 3-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/3 A L 1-7 Ohio 4/11 A L 1-6 Delaware 4/14 A W 4-0 Juniata (Pa.) 4/14 A L 3-15 Juniata (Pa.) 4/16 H W 6-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/19 A W 4-3 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/19 A W 7-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/21 A W 8-4 Pitt 4/21 A L 2-3 Pitt 4/24 A L 0-12 Penn State 4/30 H T 5-5 Maryland 5/5 A L 5-6 West Liberty (W.Va.) 5/5 A W 17-0 West Liberty (W.Va.)

1974 (12-13)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (7TH SEASON) 3/4 A L 0-5 South Carolina 3/5 A W 7-6 Charleston Southern 3/6 A L 2-3 Charleston Southern 3/7 A L 3-10 Francis Marion (S.C.) 3/8 A L 6-8 The Citadel 3/9 A W 9-1 The Citadel 3/23 A W 3-0 Marietta (Ohio) 3/23 A L 2-3 Marietta (Ohio) 3/27 A W 5-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/27 A W 7-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/4 A W 6-4 California (Pa.) 4/4 A L 5-6 California (Pa.) 4/12 H W 4-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/15 H L 6-7 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/18 H L 2-8 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/18 H W 3-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/20 A L 3-7 Pitt 4/26 A L 0-6 Buffalo 4/26 A L 4-5 Buffalo 4/27 A L 1-3 Buffalo 4/29 A L 4-8 Maryland 4/30 A W 5-2 Gettysburg (Pa.) 4/30 A W 10-4 Gettysburg (Pa.) 5/2 H W 3-0 Pitt 5/2 H W 16-12 Pitt

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HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (8TH SEASON) 3/3 A L 6-26 Clemson 3/4 A L 3-12 Clemson 3/5 A L 2-19 South Carolina 3/6 A L 1-13 South Carolina 3/7 A W 8-2 Mercer 3/8 A L 2-12 Mercer 4/1 A W 8-6 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/1 A W 4-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/7 A L 1-2 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/8 A L 7-13 Marshall 4/8 A L 7-9 Marshall 4/10 H W 5-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/11 A W 8-6 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/11 A W 5-4 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/13 H W 20-10 California (Pa.) 4/13 H W 9-7 California (Pa.) 4/14 H W 13-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/17 A L 5-7 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/17 A L 1-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/19 A L 1-7 Pitt 4/19 A L 2-4 Pitt 4/23 A L 0-6 Penn State 4/23 A L 3-7 Penn State 4/26 H L 2-7 Buffalo 5/1 A L 0-2 Virginia Tech 5/1 A L 4-11 Virginia Tech 5/3 H W 4-0 Pitt 5/3 H L 6-7 Pitt

1976 (21-12)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (9TH SEASON) 3/1 A L 5-6 Charleston Southern 3/2 A W 6-4 Charleston Southern 3/3 A L 2-6 The Citadel 3/4 A W 4-1 Mercer 3/5 A L 0-5 Middle Tennessee State 3/5 A L 2-4 Mercer 3/6 A L 4-12 Mercer 3/19 A W 5-4 Morehead State 3/19 A W 3-2 Morehead State 3/23 A W 7-3 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/23 A W 4-0 ^ Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/25 A W 4-0 California (Pa.) 3/25 A L 5-17 California (Pa.) 3/27 A W 15-8 Marietta (Ohio) 3/30 H W 7-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/30 H W 4-3 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/6 H W 4-0 Marshall 4/6 H W 6-5 Marshall 4/7 H L 5-6 Charleston (W.Va.)

4/9 H W 5-4 4/9 H W 5-2 4/12 H W 7-3 4/15 H W 7-2 4/15 H L 10-11 4/17 A W 4-0 4/17 A W 13-6 4/22 H W 8-6 4/22 H L 3-7 4/30 H W 7-2 4/30 H L 5-6 5/21 N1 L 4-6 5/22 N1 W 4-2 5/22 A L 1-8

West Liberty (W.Va.) West Liberty (W.Va.) Fairmont State (W.Va.) Slippery Rock (Pa.) Slippery Rock (Pa.) Pitt Pitt Penn State Penn State Virginia Tech Virginia Tech + Seton Hall + Fairleigh Dickinson + Delaware

^ - Ramsburg’s 100th victory; + - ECAC Tournament; N1 – Newark, Del.

1977 (10-18)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (10TH SEASON) 3/8 A L 2-4 Charleston Southern 3/9 A L 5-6 Charleston Southern 3/10 A L 6-8 Georgia Southern 3/11 A L 10-11 Furman 3/22 H W 27-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/26 H L 4-6 Marietta (Ohio) 3/26 H L 2-10 Marietta (Ohio) 3/29 A L 0-1 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/29 A W 13-4 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/31 A W 7-2 Ohio 3/31 A L 5-10 Ohio 4/4 H W 1-0 Liberty 4/8 A W 7-3 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/9 A W 2-0 Marshall 4/9 A L 2-4 Marshall 4/11 H W 4-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/14 A L 1-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/14 A W 4-3 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/16 H L 5-10 Pitt 4/16 H W 14-6 Pitt 4/20 A L 3-8 Penn State 4/20 A L 4-5 Penn State 4/22 A L 1-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/23 A L 0-3 Buffalo 4/23 A W 4-0 Buffalo 4/28 A L 1-3 Virginia Tech 4/30 A L 4-6 Pitt 4/30 A L 5-6 Pitt

1978 (15-10)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (11TH SEASON) 3/5 A L 8-9 Valdosta State (Ga.) 3/6 A L 2-8 Mercer 3/7 A L 2-5 UT Chattanooga


3/23 A W 7-0 3/23 A W 6-1 4/1 A W 4-1 4/1 A L 4-12 4/3 A W 10-6 4/3 A L 2-4 4/8 H L 1-13 4/8 H W 7-4 4/10 H W 20-5 4/13 H W 7-3 4/13 H W 10-2 4/15 H L 3-5 4/15 H W 7-6 4/17 H W 12-6 4/22 A L 1-4 4/22 A L 2-6 4/25 A W 7-1 4/25 A W 8-5 4/28 A W 16-6 4/28 A W 3-0 4/29 A L 2-4 4/29 A W 8-0

Morehead State Morehead State George Washington George Washington Liberty Liberty Ohio Ohio Fairmont State (W.Va.) Slippery Rock (Pa.) Slippery Rock (Pa.) Pitt Pitt West Liberty (W.Va.) Buffalo Buffalo California (Pa.) California (Pa.) Waynesburg (Pa.) Waynesburg (Pa.) Pitt Pitt

1979 (9-12)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (12TH SEASON) 3/3 A L 0-8 Valdosta State (Ga.) 3/5 A L 2-13 Valdosta State (Ga.) 3/6 A L 0-9 Georgia Southern 3/20 H W 7-2 Robert Morris 3/20 H L 1-2 Robert Morris 3/22 A W 8-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/22 A W 11-4 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/27 A L 3-6 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/27 A L 1-5 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/28 H W 8-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 3/28 H W 14-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 4/6 A L 0-6 Ohio 4/6 A W 3-2 Ohio 4/14 A W 9-5 Pitt 4/14 A L 1-2 Pitt 4/18 A L 4-5 Penn State 4/18 A L 3-5 Penn State 4/20 N1 L 2-3 + Pitt 4/21 N1 W 12-10 + Rutgers 4/24 H W 5-2 California (Pa.) 4/24 H L 1-2 California (Pa.) + - Eastern Athletic Association Tournament; N1 – Hershey, Pa.

1980 (12-14-2)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (13TH SEASON) 3/20 H L 3-4 ^ Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/20 H W 7-5 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/23 H L 2-9 Marietta (Ohio) 3/23 H L 0-4 Marietta (Ohio) 3/26 H W 7-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/26 H L 0-4 Frostburg State (Md.) 3/30 A L 6-9 Catholic (D.C.) 3/30 A L 4-11 Catholic (D.C.) 4/4 H W 16-5 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/5 H L 3-7 Robert Morris 4/5 H L 6-7 Robert Morris 4/8 H T 3-3 Ohio 4/10 H W 9-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/10 H T 6-6 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/18 N1 L 1-5 + Rutgers 4/18 A L 8-9 + George Washington 4/22 A W 6-4 California (Pa.) 4/22 A W 5-3 California (Pa.) 4/24 A W 7-4 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/24 A W 9-6 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/28 H W 7-6 Cleveland State 4/28 H W 7-4 Cleveland State 4/29 A L 1-2 Pitt 4/29 A L 0-2 Pitt 5/1 A W 7-2 Bluefield State (W.Va.) 5/2 N2 L 11-19 Virginia Tech

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^ - Ramsburg’s 150th victory; + - Eastern Athletic Association Tournament; N1 – Washington, D.C.; N2 - Bluefield, W.Va.

1981 (17-18, 6-2 Eastern 8, 1st West)

EASTERN 8 WEST CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (14TH SEASON) 3/11 A L 7-13 Kentucky 3/12 A L 0-2 Kentucky 3/12 A L 2-8 Kentucky 3/21 A L 0-6 Marietta (Ohio) 3/21 A L 1-13 Marietta (Ohio) 3/24 H W 5-1 * Duquesne 3/24 H W 10-0 * Duquesne 3/26 H W 7-3 California (Pa.) 3/26 H L 3-5 California (Pa.) 3/28 A W 1-0 Robert Morris 3/28 A W 3-2 Robert Morris 4/1 A L 0-3 Marshall 4/1 A L 0-7 Marshall 4/4 H W 1-0 * Pitt 4/4 H W 4-2 * Pitt 4/9 A W 8-4 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/9 A L 0-5 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/11 A W 7-3 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/13 H W 12-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/13 H W 9-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/15 A L 3-5 * Pitt 4/15 A L 3-4 * Pitt 4/18 H W 3-2 * George Washington 4/18 H W 10-9 * George Washington 4/20 A L 0-2 Ohio 4/20 A W 3-2 Ohio 4/21 A W 7-1 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/26 A L 0-3 Cleveland State 4/26 A W 3-0 Cleveland State 4/29 A W 8-1 Bluefield State (W.Va.) 4/30 N1 L 6-13 Virginia Tech 5/2 A L 4-10 Penn State 5/2 A L 6-7 Penn State 5/9 N2 L 13-25 + Rutgers 5/9 N2 L 5-7 + Rutgers * - Eastern 8 game; + - Eastern 8 Tournament; N1 – Bluefield, W.Va.; N2 – Fairfax, Va.

1982 (24-23, 7-2 Eastern 8, 1st West)

NCAA EAST REGIONAL PLAYOFFS EASTERN 8 WEST CHAMPION EASTERN 8 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (15TH SEASON) 3/12 A L 3-4 Kentucky 3/12 A L 3-10 Kentucky 3/14 A L 4-8 Morehead State 3/14 A L 4-7 Morehead State 3/18 H W 5-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/18 H W 3-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/20 A L 1-3 Marietta (Ohio) 3/20 A L 5-14 Marietta (Ohio) 3/23 H W 9-1 Duquesne 3/23 H L 3-6 Duquesne 3/28 A W 9-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/29 A W 13-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 3/31 H W 4-3 Marshall 4/5 H W 2-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/5 H W 3-0 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/8 H L 2-7 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/8 H L 6-9 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/10 H W 6-2 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/10 H W 2-0 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/13 H W 5-4 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/13 H L 9-11 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/14 A W 3-0 * Pitt 4/14 A L 0-4 * Pitt 4/16 A W 8-6 * George Washington 4/17 A W 8-1 * George Washington WVUBaseball

4/17 A L 2-14 4/20 H L 10-13 4/21 A W 11-6 4/21 A L 0-4 4/23 A W 6-5 4/23 A L 0-6 4/24 H W 4-3 4/24 H W 8-5 4/25 H L 1-7 4/25 H L 1-11 4/27 H L 3-5 4/29 N1 W 7-4 4/29 N1 L 2-15 5/1 H W 5-4 5/1 H L 0-13 5/8 A W 8-2 5/8 A L 5-6 5/9 A W 7-5 5/27 A L 0-7 5/28 N2 W 7-6 5/29 N2 W 4-1 5/30 A L 1-2

* George Washington Charleston (W.Va.) * Duquesne * Duquesne Akron Akron * Pitt * Pitt Cleveland State Cleveland State Ohio Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Penn State Penn State + Rutgers + Rutgers +^ Rutgers $ South Carolina $ Old Dominion $ East Carolina $ South Carolina

* - Eastern 8 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 200th victory; + - Eastern 8 Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Bluefield, W.Va.; N2 – Columbia, S.C.

1983 (22-10, 6-4 Atlantic 10, 2nd West)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (16TH SEASON) 3/12 A L 4-5 Kentucky 3/13 A L 7-13 Kentucky 3/14 A W 14-12 Eastern Kentucky 3/15 A L 4-5 Eastern Kentucky 3/17 A W 5-3 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/17 A W 9-5 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/24 H W 16-6 * Duquesne 3/24 H W 9-4 * Duquesne 3/26 H W 7-1 Robert Morris 3/26 H W 17-6 Robert Morris 3/29 H W 15-0 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 3/29 H W 10-3 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/2 A L 1-6 * George Washington 4/2 A W 9-6 *George Washington 4/4 H L 5-7 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/4 H W 5-4 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/12 A W 14-8 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/12 A W 7-5 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/14 H L 2-4 * Penn State 4/14 H L 2-4 * Penn State 4/16 H L 5-6 * George Washington 4/16 H W 19-4 * George Washington 4/20 A W 12-1 * Duquesne 4/20 A W 16-6 * Duquesne 4/21 H W 17-0 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/21 H W 7-5 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/23 H W 1-0 Cleveland State 4/23 H W 6-3 Cleveland State 4/26 A W 5-3 Ohio 4/27 A W 5-1 Ohio 4/27 N1 L 1-4 Virginia Tech 4/27 N1 L 3-5 Virginia Tech * - Atlantic 10 game; N1 – Bluefield, W.Va.

1984 (22-11-1, 9-3 Atlantic 10, T-1st West)

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H W 9-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) H W 23-2 Robert Morris H W 15-2 Robert Morris H L 0-5 Marshall H L 9-14 * Duquesne H W 24-0 *! Duquesne H W 29-6 Fairmont State (W.Va.) H W 5-1 West Liberty (W.Va.) H W 16-3 West Liberty (W.Va.) H W 15-0 * St. Bonaventure H W 11-0 * St. Bonaventure H W 16-6 * St. Bonaventure H W 4-3 Ohio H W 9-3 Ohio H W 9-8 * George Washington H W 10-8 Cleveland State H W 6-3 Cleveland State H W 8-7 * George Washington H L 8-9 * George Washington A L 7-8 * Penn State A W 3-2 * Penn State A W 11-1 * Penn State A W 7-0 *# Duquesne N2 L 3-15 + Rhode Island A L 2-3 + Temple

* - Atlantic 10 game; ! - Joe Filandino 5 inning no-hitter; + Atlantic 10 Tournament; # - Win by forfeit; N1 – Statesboro, Ga.; N2 – Philadelphia, Pa.

1985 (27-16, 9-3 Atlantic 10, 1st West)

NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL PLAYOFFS ATLANTIC 10 WEST CHAMPION ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (18TH SEASON) 3/10 A L 14-15 Georgia Southern 3/11 A L 6-7 Georgia Southern 3/12 N1 L 9-18 Stonehill College (Mass.) 3/13 A W 4-3 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 3/14 A L 9-11 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 3/14 N1 L 6-12 Southern Indiana (Ind.) 3/15 A L 5-6 Mercer 3/20 A W 5-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/20 A W 10-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/21 H W 7-4 ^ California (Pa.) 3/21 H W 21-16 California (Pa.) 3/25 H W 2-0 * Duquesne 3/25 H W 14-4 * Duquesne 3/26 H W 4-1 * Duquesne 3/27 A L 1-4 Marshall 3/27 A W 12-10 Marshall 3/29 A W 14-2 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 3/29 A W 11-4 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 4/9 A W 2-1 Ohio 4/9 A L 3-7 Ohio 4/12 H W 13-2 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/13 A L 3-4 Cleveland State 4/13 A W 7-0 Cleveland State 4/16 A W 13-5 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/16 A L 1-3 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/17 H W 12-2 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/17 H W 11-1 Waynesburg (Pa.) 4/22 A W 10-8 * George Washington 4/23 A L 8-15 * George Washington 4/23 A W 6-1 * George Washington 4/26 H W 8-7 * Penn State 4/27 H W 11-2 * Penn State 4/27 H L 3-4 * Penn State 4/30 A W 7-0 * St. Bonaventure 4/30 A W 4-2 * St. Bonaventure 5/1 A L 3-8 * St. Bonaventure 5/3 H W 20-4 + Massachusetts 5/4 H L 3-7 + Temple 5/4 H W 14-9 + Penn State 5/5 H W 14-11 + Temple 5/5 H W 8-7 + Temple

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$ Mississippi State $ Michigan

* - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 250th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Savannah, Ga.; N2 – Starkville, Miss.

1986 (24-14-1, 9-2 Atlantic 10, 1st West)

ATLANTIC 10 WEST CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (19TH SEASON) 3/1 A L 9-13 James Madison 3/2 A L 1-4 James Madison 3/2 A L 2-4 James Madison 3/9 N1 W 5-2 Stonehill College (Mass.) 3/10 A W 8-4 Georgia Southern 3/11 A L 13-14 Georgia Southern 3/12 A L 6-10 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 3/13 A T 4-4 Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 3/18 H W 6-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/18 H W 5-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/22 H W 13-9 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 3/23 A L 7-10 Cincinnati 3/23 A W 14-3 Cincinnati 3/26 H W 9-7 Marshall 3/26 H L 1-7 Marshall 3/28 A W 5-3 * Duquesne 3/28 A W 4-2 * Duquesne 3/29 A W 8-3 * Duquesne 4/1 A W 16-7 California (Pa.) 4/1 A W 9-4 California (Pa.) 4/3 A L 3-10 Kent State 4/3 A L 3-4 Kent State 4/5 H W 6-1 * St. Bonaventure 4/5 H W 9-5 * St. Bonaventure 4/8 H W 18-2 Cleveland State 4/8 H W 15-5 Cleveland State 4/12 H W 8-2 Ohio 4/19 H W 15-2 * George Washington 4/19 H L 1-3 * George Washington 4/20 H W 18-4 *George Washington 4/26 A W 14-5 * Penn State 4/27 A W 4-2 * Penn State 4/27 A L 3-4 * Penn State 4/29 H L 6-16 Pitt 5/9 N2 W 16-3 + Temple 5/10 N2 L 3-8 + Rutgers 5/10 N2 W 8-6 + Temple 5/11 N2 W 9-4 + Rutgers 5/11 N2 L 3-10 + Rutgers * - Atlantic 10 game; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; N1 – Savannah, Ga.; N2 – Boyertown, Pa.

1987 (32-15, 13-3 Atlantic 10, 1st West)

NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL PLAYOFFS ATLANTIC 10 WEST CHAMPION ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (20TH SEASON) 3/1 A L 4-5 James Madison 3/1 A L 2-3 James Madison 3/8 N1 W 5-4 Eastern Michigan 3/9 N1 L 4-5 James Madison 3/10 N1 W 7-0 New York Tech 3/11 A L 3-6 Georgia Southern 3/12 N1 W 8-0 ^ C.W. Post (N.Y.) 3/13 N1 W 5-2 Eastern Michigan 3/14 N1 L 4-9 New York Tech 3/14 N1 W 9-3 James Madison 3/18 A W 12-2 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/18 A W 10-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/19 H W 12-7 California (Pa.) 3/19 H W 14-13 California (Pa.) 3/21 H L 8-11 Cincinnati 3/21 H L 0-8 Cincinnati 3/22 H W 12-6 Cincinnati 3/22 H L 1-5 Cincinnati 3/27 H W 17-3 Duquesne

3/27 H W 8-2 3/28 H W 9-1 3/28 H W 9-0 4/4 H W 11-3 4/5 H W 12-7 4/11 A W 10-5 4/11 A L 3-8 4/12 A W 4-2 4/12 A L 5-6 4/19 A W 2-0 4/19 A W 9-4 4/20 A W 9-1 4/20 A W 4-1 4/21 H W 22-11 4/23 H W 12-2 4/25 H W 5-4 4/25 H L 1-10 4/26 H W 6-0 4/26 H L 4-10 4/29 A W 11-5 4/29 A W 9-1 4/30 A L 6-7 4/30 A W 6-2 5/8 N2 W 1-0 5/9 N2 W 2-0 5/10 N2 W 13-3 5/21 N3 L 0-8 5/22 N3 L 2-7

Duquesne Duquesne Duquesne West Liberty (W.Va.) West Liberty (W.Va.) Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington Fairmont State (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure + Massachusetts + Rutgers + Massachusetts $ Clemson $ Arkansas

* - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 300th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Statesboro, Ga.; N2 – Boyertown, Pa.; N3 – Birmingham, Ala.

1988 (33-17-1, 12-4 Atlantic 10, 1st West)

ATLANTIC 10 WEST CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (21ST SEASON) 2/27 A L 4-12 James Madison 2/27 A L 2-5 James Madison 2/28 A L 4-7 James Madison 3/7 N1 W 8-2 UNC Wilmington 3/8 N1 T 10-10 James Madison 3/10 N1 L 5-8 Eastern Michigan 3/11 N1 W 3-1 Evansville 3/11 A L 3-4 Georgia Southern 3/12 N1 L 5-8 Evansville 3/22 A W 8-3 Virginia Tech 3/22 A L 7-10 Virginia Tech 3/25 A W 7-1 * Duquesne 3/25 A W 9-2 * Duquesne 3/26 A W 2-0 * Duquesne 3/26 A W 6-5 * Duquesne 3/29 H W 6-2 California (Pa.) 3/29 H W 11-7 California (Pa.) 4/1 H W 9-1 Ohio 4/1 H W 6-2 Ohio 4/2 H W 11-6 Ohio 4/2 H W 7-6 Ohio 4/5 A W 9-8 Marshall 4/5 A W 17-2 Marshall 4/9 H L 2-7 * St. Bonaventure 4/9 H W 6-1 * St. Bonaventure 4/10 H W 5-2 * St. Bonaventure 4/10 H W 8-4 * St. Bonaventure 4/12 A W 12-10 Kentucky 4/13 A W 7-4 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/16 H L 4-13 * George Washington 4/16 H W 8-3 *^ George Washington 4/17 H W 3-2 * George Washington 4/17 H L 5-8 * George Washington 4/19 H W 5-2 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/19 H L 8-11 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/20 A W 9-0 Akron 4/23 A L 2-3 Akron 4/23 A W 5-1 * Penn State 4/24 A W 9-0 * Penn State


4/26 A W 9-3 4/26 H W 7-4 4/30 H W 5-2 4/30 A W 4-2 5/1 A W 10-8 5/2 H L 11-14 5/2 H W 11-4 5/8 A L 2-3 5/10 N2 L 8-9 5/13 N3 L 9-19 5/14 N3 W 6-3 5/15 N3 L 2-20

* Penn State Frostburg State (Md.) Frostburg State (Md.) Cleveland State Cleveland State Akron Akron * Penn State Pitt + Massachusetts + George Washington + Massachusetts

* - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 350th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; N1 – Statesboro, Ga.; N2 – Hopwood, Pa.; N3 – Boyertown, Pa.

1989 (26-13-1, 9-5 Atlantic 10, 3rd West)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (22ND SEASON) 2/25 A L 3-11 James Madison 2/25 A L 3-10 James Madison 2/26 A L 8-11 James Madison 3/5 A W 3-2 Georgia Southern 3/5 N1 W 7-6 C.W. Post (N.Y.) 3/6 N1 W 8-1 C.W. Post (N.Y.) 3/7 N1 T 3-3 Detroit Mercy (Ill.) 3/9 N1 W 8-3 New York Tech 4/9 N1 W 3-2 Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 3/14 H L 5-8 California (Pa.) 3/14 H W 10-1 California (Pa.) 3/16 A W 6-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/16 A W 11-0 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/19 H W 3-1 Kent State 3/19 H L 1-6 Kent State 3/25 H W 5-1 * Duquesne 3/25 H W 13-2 * Duquesne 3/27 H W 7-4 * Duquesne 3/27 H W 10-2 * Duquesne 4/4 H L 1-3 Virginia Tech 4/4 H L 6-12 Virginia Tech 4/8 H W 2-1 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 4/11 H W 17-2 Charleston (W.Va.) 4/12 H W 8-5 Akron 4/12 H W 8-4 Akron 4/16 A L 6-7 * George Washington 4/16 A L 2-7 * George Washington 4/17 A W 4-2 * George Washington 4/17 A L 8-9 * George Washington 4/18 A W 25-6 Frostburg State (Md.) 4/22 H L 6-15 * Penn State 4/22 H W 8-4 * Penn State 4/23 H L 4-17 * Penn State 4/23 H W 6-5 * Penn State 4/25 A L 1-8 Cleveland State 4/25 A W 7-0 Cleveland State 4/30 H W 5-3 West Liberty (W.Va.) 4/30 H W 10-6 West Liberty (W.Va.) 5/6 A W 14-6 * St. Bonaventure 5/9 A W 18-1 * St. Bonaventure * - Atlantic 10 game; N1 – Statesboro, Ga.

1990 (33-20, 12-4 Atlantic 10, 2nd West)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (23RD SEASON) 3/3 N1 W 14-2 Youngstown State 3/4 A L 4-13 Georgia Southern 3/5 N1 W 7-1 Youngstown State 3/7 N1 W 14-4 James Madison 3/7 A L 3-6 Georgia Southern 3/9 N1 W 2-1 James Madison 3/10 N1 W 11-1 James Madison 3/10 N2 L 0-7 Ohio State 3/10 A L 2-5 Alabama 3/11 A W 11-2 Alabama 3/14 H W 13-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) 3/14 H W 8-1 Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.)

3/15 A L 2-6 3/16 A W 11-10 3/16 A L 10-13 3/17 A L 2-5 3/18 A W 9-0 3/18 A L 3-5 3/26 A W 5-2 3/26 A W 9-8 3/27 A W 4-3 3/31 A W 7-5 3/31 A L 0-5 4/3 A L 2-12 4/3 A L 8-9 4/5 H W 21-1 4/5 H W 7-6 4/8 H W 9-5 4/8 H W 5-4 4/9 H W 4-0 4/9 H W 6-0 4/14 H W 10-2 4/14 H L 5-13 4/15 H W 5-4 4/16 H W 5-2 4/18 A L 0-1 4/18 A W 10-1 4/21 A W 7-6 4/21 A W 6-3 4/22 A L 3-6 4/22 A L 6-10 4/25 A L 0-7 4/25 A L 6-8 4/26 A W 10-0 4/29 A W 8-1 4/29 A W 13-0 4/29 A L 8-9 5/7 N3 W 6-4 5/11 N4 L 1-2 5/12 N4 W 11-10 5/12 N4 W 9-1 5/14 N4 W 11-2 5/14 N4 L 4-6

Kent State Kent State Kent State Kent State Duquesne Duquesne Duquesne ^ Duquesne Akron Ohio Ohio Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Cleveland State Cleveland State St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure George Washington George Washington George Washington George Washington West Liberty (W.Va.) West Liberty (W.Va.) Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Kentucky Kentucky Charleston (W.Va.) Youngstown State Youngstown State Youngstown State Pitt + Rutgers + George Washington + Massachusetts + Rutgers + Rutgers

* - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 400th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; N1 – Statesboro, Ga.; N2 – Tuscaloosa, Ala.; N3 – Hopwood, Pa.; N4 – Boyertown, Pa.

1991 (20-20-1, 9-7 Atlantic 10, 3rd West)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (24TH SEASON) 2/24 N1 L 2-3 Kentucky 3/1 A L 4-7 Georgia Southern 3/8 A W 21-11 UNC Greensboro 3/9 N2 L 2-3 Mercyhurst (Pa.) 3/10 N2 W 6-3 Shippensburg (Pa.) 3/12 A T 6-6 Radford 3/16 A L 1-12 Kent State 3/16 A W 8-7 Kent State 3/17 A L 2-7 Kent State 3/17 A W 3-1 Kent State 3/21 H W 10-0 California (Pa.) 3/21 H W 12-0 California (Pa.) 3/25 H W 8-3 West Liberty (W.Va.) 3/25 H W 11-3 West Liberty (W.Va.) 3/26 H L 4-6 Akron 3/27 A L 1-2 Charleston (W.Va.) 3/31 H W 6-2 * Penn State 3/31 H L 2-6 * Penn State 4/1 H W 9-5 * Penn State 4/1 H W 5-4 * Penn State 4/2 A L 4-22 Cincinnati 4/2 A L 5-9 Cincinnati 4/6 A L 1-2 * St. Bonaventure 4/6 A W 9-7 * St. Bonaventure 4/7 A L 3-4 * St. Bonaventure 4/7 A L 9-11 * St. Bonaventure 4/9 H W 13-3 Marshall

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Marshall Radford Radford Cleveland State Cleveland State * Duquesne * Duquesne * Duquesne * Duquesne * George Washington * George Washington * George Washington * George Washington Pitt

* - Atlantic 10 game; N1 – Macon, Ga.; N2 – Greensboro, N.C.; N3 – Princeton, W.Va.; N4 – Hopwood, Pa.

1992 (24-23, 12-4 Atlantic 10, 2nd West)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (25TH SEASON) 2/22 A L 6-7 Wake Forest 2/22 A W 5-4 Wake Forest 2/28 A L 7-16 Georgia Southern 2/29 A L 5-8 Georgia Southern 3/1 A W 13-8 Georgia Southern 3/7 N1 W 6-4 Western Michigan 3/7 A W 7-4 Mercer 3/8 N1 L 12-13 Northwestern 3/10 H W 2-0 Radford 3/17 A L 1-7 South Carolina 3/18 A L 1-13 South Carolina 3/19 A L 4-7 South Carolina 3/20 A W 7-5 Radford 3/21 N2 L 1-6 Kent State 3/25 H L 0-7 Cincinnati 3/25 H W 8-4 Cincinnati 4/4 A L 1-2 * George Washington 4/4 A L 5-6 * George Washington 4/5 A W 4-1 George Washington 4/8 A W 5-0 ^ Pitt 4/8 A W 10-2 Pitt 4/9 H W 9-5 Youngstown State 4/11 H L 5-11 * George Washington 4/11 H W 11-4 * George Washington 4/12 H W 6-5 * George Washington 4/12 H L 4-9 * George Washington 4/14 A L 5-6 Penn State 4/14 A L 3-4 Penn State 4/18 H L 3-2 * St. Bonaventure 4/18 H W 4-5 *# St. Bonaventure 4/19 H L 10-3 * St. Bonaventure 4/19 H W 9-0 * St. Bonaventure 4/22 A W 1-4 Akron 4/22 A L 1-8 Akron 4/26 H L 12-1 * Duquesne 4/26 H W 1-0 * Duquesne 4/27 H W 10-1 * Duquesne 4/27 H W 12-1 * Duquesne 4/28 A L 4-6 Maryland 4/28 A W 2-0 Maryland 4/30 H W 14-8 Pitt 5/2 A W 5-6 *# St. Bonaventure 5/2 A L 8-2 * St. Bonaventure 5/9 N3 W 6-4 + Rutgers 5/10 N3 L 2-9 + George Washington 5/10 N3 W 7-6 + Massachusetts 5/11 N3 L 10-13 + George Washington * - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 450th victory; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; # - St. Bonaventure used an ineligible player and forfeited its wins; N1 – Macon, Ga.; N2 – Blacksburg, Va.; N3 – Boyertown, Pa.

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MOUNTAINEER 1993 (29-25, 13-8 Atlantic 10, 2nd)

HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (26TH SEASON) 2/27 A L 4-7 NC State 2/28 A L 0-2 NC State 2/28 A L 2-4 NC State 3/6 A L 9-15 UNC Charlotte 3/6 A W 5-4 UNC Charlotte 3/7 A L 6-12 UNC Charlotte 3/10 A L 2-7 Radford 3/10 A W 11-0 Radford 3/16 A L 5-10 Florida 3/18 N1 L 3-14 Central Florida 3/19 N1 L 4-5 Massachusetts 3/20 N1 W 17-2 Colgate 3/24 H W 8-4 Marshall 3/25 H W 8-4 Marshall 3/28 A W 7-6 * George Washington 3/28 A W 1-0 * George Washington 3/29 A W 19-5 * George Washington 3/30 H L 4-13 Akron 3/31 H W 1-0 Akron 4/4 A L 2-3 * St. Joseph’s 4/4 A L 1-2 * St. Joseph’s 4/5 A W 11-5 * St. Joseph’s 4/6 H L 3-7 Virginia Tech 4/6 H W 10-1 Virginia Tech 4/8 H W 6-4 Youngstown State 4/9 H W 10-2 *Temple 4/9 H W 3-0 * Temple 4/10 H L 4-6 * Temple 4/13 A L 6-15 Penn State 4/13 A L 4-7 Penn State 4/17 H L 4-5 * Massachusetts 4/17 H W 4-0 * Massachusetts 4/18 H W 11-4 * Massachusetts 4/20 H W 8-2 Cleveland State 4/20 H W 13-0 Cleveland State 4/21 A W 5-0 Cincinnati 4/21 A W 8-6 Cincinnati 4/24 A W 5-4 * Rhode Island 4/24 A W 6-0 * Rhode Island 4/25 A L 2-3 * Rhode Island 4/27 H W 6-2 Duquesne 4/28 H L 5-7 Maryland 4/28 H W 9-5 Maryland 5/1 A L 1-3 * St. Bonaventure 5/1 A L 3-4 * St. Bonaventure 5/2 A W 8-4 * St. Bonaventure 5/8 H W 7-5 * Rutgers 5/8 H L 3-7 * Rutgers 5/9 H W 8-7 * Rutgers 5/11 H L 5-12 Pitt 5/15 N2 L 3-8 + Temple 5/15 N2 W 9-2 + George Washington

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* - Atlantic 10 game; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; N1 – Daytona Beach, Fla.; N2 – Boyertown, Pa.

1994 (40-21, 17-4 Atlantic 10, 2nd)

NCAA ATLANTIC I REGIONAL PLAYOFFS ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION HEAD COACH: DALE RAMSBURG (27TH SEASON) 2/25 A W 12-8 Duke 2/26 A W 3-1 Duke 2/27 A L 3-4 Duke 3/4 A L 4-7 North Carolina 3/5 A L 2-4 North Carolina 3/6 A W 12-4 North Carolina 3/12 A L 0-5 Tennessee 3/13 A L 1-10 Tennessee 3/15 A L 1-10 Vanderbilt 3/16 A W 5-3 Vanderbilt 3/17 A W 10-1 Vanderbilt 3/22 H W 2-1 ^ Youngstown State 3/22 H L 2-7 Youngstown State 3/23 H W 21-3 Youngstown State 3/26 H W 6-1 * St. Joseph’s 3/26 H W 3-2 * St. Joseph’s 3/27 H W 18-2 * St. Joseph’s 4/1 A W 4-2 * Temple 4/1 A W 10-2 * Temple 4/2 A W 9-7 * Temple 4/5 H W 3-2 Cincinnati 4/5 H W 3-2 Cincinnati 4/6 H W 5-2 Radford 4/6 H L 5-9 Radford 4/9 H W 8-1 * St. Bonaventure 4/9 H W 5-1 * St. Bonaventure 4/11 H L 4-6 * St. Bonaventure 4/14 A W 10-8 Pitt 4/16 H W 4-0 George Mason 4/16 H W 9-8 George Mason 4/17 H L 6-12 George Mason 4/20 H W 10-3 * Duquesne 4/20 H W 14-4 * Duquesne 4/21 H W 10-2 Kent State 4/21 H L 6-12 Kent State 4/23 A L 1-6 * Massachusetts 4/23 A L 3-12 * Massachusetts 4/24 A W 14-5 * Massachusetts 4/27 A W 21-2 * Duquesne 4/27 A W 11-2 * Duquesne 4/28 N1 L 2-5 Virginia Tech 4/28 N1 L 3-5 Virginia Tech 4/30 H W 6-4 * George Washington 4/30 H L 2-4 * George Washington 5/1 H W 7-0 *! George Washington

5/8 H W 10-3 5/8 H W 17-3 5/9 H W 3-1 5/10 A W 4-2 5/10 A L 2-8 5/11 H L 6-13 5/13 N2 W 12-1 5/14 N2 L 1-6 5/14 N2 W 4-2 5/15 N2 W 11-9 5/15 N2 W 10-4 5/19 H W 8-2 5/19 H W 8-3 5/27 N3 L 7-8 5/28 N3 W 19-7 5/29 N3 L 8-12

* Rhode Island * Rhode Island * Rhode Island Maryland Maryland Pitt + Rutgers + St. Bonaventure + Massachusetts + St. Bonaventure + St. Bonaventure $ St. Peter’s $ St. Peter’s $ Florida $ Rider $ Florida

* - Atlantic 10 game; ^ - Ramsburg’s 500th victory; ! - Jason Hively 9 inning no-hitter; + - Atlantic 10 Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – Bluefield, W.Va.; N2 – Boyertown, Pa.; N3 – Miami, Fla.

1995 (18-32, 11-13 Atlantic 10, 6th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (1ST SEASON) 2/24 N1 L 6-12 Seton Hall 2/25 A L 8-14 Duke 2/26 A L 3-13 Duke 3/3 A L 1-11 Georgia Tech 3/4 A L 2-8 Georgia Tech 3/7 N2 W 12-9 Purdue 3/8 A L 1-6 Stetson 3/9 N2 W 9-7 Illinois-Chicago 3/10 N2 L 2-4 Xavier 3/11 N2 L 6-11 Vanderbilt 3/14 H W 7-6 Kent State 3/14 H L 3-8 Kent State 3/15 H W 4-2 Marshall 3/15 H W 3-2 Marshall 3/18 A L 5-8 * St. Joseph’s 3/18 A W 9-7 * St. Joseph’s 3/19 A W 6-3 * St. Joseph’s 3/21 N3 L 3-4 Virginia Tech 3/22 H L 4-7 Virginia Tech 3/22 H L 0-2 Virginia Tech 3/25 A L 6-12 * George Washington 3/25 A L 2-16 *George Washington 3/26 A L 11-13 *George Washington 3/28 H L 6-13 Youngstown State 3/29 H L 2-3 Youngstown State 3/29 H W 4-3 Youngstown State 4/1 H W 5-4 * Temple 4/1 H L 3-5 * Temple 4/2 H W 15-5 * Temple 4/5 H W 5-1 * Duquesne 4/5 H W 2-0 * Duquesne 4/6 A L 4-15 Pitt 4/8 H W 6-2 * Rutgers 4/8 H L 0-8 * Rutgers 4/9 H W 9-7 * Rutgers 4/14 A L 2-6 * St. Bonaventure 4/14 A L 5-6 * St. Bonaventure 4/15 A L 7-11 * St. Bonaventure 4/18 A L 2-3 George Mason 4/19 A W 12-4 * Duquesne 4/21 A L 2-17 Ohio State 4/22 N4 L 0-6 Appalachian State 4/22 A L 1-12 Ohio State 4/26 H W 10-9 Maryland 4/29 H L 7-10 * Massachusetts 4/29 H L 11-18 * Massachusetts 4/30 H L 7-6 * Massachusetts 5/6 A W 8-3 * Rhode Island 5/6 A L 1-2 * Rhode Island 5/7 A W 13-10 * Rhode Island * - Atlantic 10 game; N1 – Chapel Hill, N.C.; N2 – DeLand, Fla.; N3 – Charleston, W.Va.; N4 – Columbus, Ohio


1996 (33-25 Overall, 15-10 Big East, T-1st American)

NCAA ATLANTIC REGIONAL PLAYOFFS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPION HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (2ND SEASON) 2/23 A L 8-15 Oklahoma State 2/24 A L 2-13 Oklahoma State 2/25 A L 4-16 Oklahoma State 3/3 N1 L 0-1 St. Joseph’s 3/4 A L 2-7 Florida 3/5 N1 W 8-6 Vanderbilt 3/6 A L 2-6 Stetson 3/12 H W 4-3 Niagara 3/12 H W 6-5 Niagara 3/15 H W 10-9 Kent State 3/16 H L 6-8 Kent State 3/17 H W 6-2 Kent State 3/19 H W 12-4 St. Bonaventure 3/23 A L 5-13 * Georgetown 3/23 A W 16-2 * Georgetown 3/24 A W 3-2 * Villanova 3/24 A L 2-7 * Villanova 3/27 H W 1-0 Youngstown State 3/27 H L 4-7 Youngstown State 3/30 H W 9-2 * Boston College 3/30 H W 5-4 * Boston College 3/31 H W 10-5 * Boston College 4/2 A L 3-4 Maryland 4/2 A L 4-12 Maryland 4/4 H W 4-2 * Seton Hall 4/4 H W 6-5 * Seton Hall 4/6 H L 1-4 * Rutgers 4/6 H W 3-2 * Rutgers 4/8 N2 W 12-4 Marshall 4/10 H L 1-3 * Pitt 4/10 H W 12-11 * Pitt 4/11 H W 8-6 Duquesne 4/13 A L 0-3 * Providence 4/13 A W 11-4 * Providence 4/14 A W 12-7 * Providence 4/17 A L 1-4 * Pitt 4/20 A L 2-3 * St. John’s 4/20 A L 1-5 * St. John’s 4/21 A L 4-5 * St. John’s 4/23 A L 9-17 Virginia Tech 4/24 A L 11-14 Virginia Tech 4/27 A W 6-4 * Notre Dame 4/27 A W 8-5 * Notre Dame 5/4 H L 5-7 * Connecticut 5/5 H W 9-3 * Connecticut 5/5 H W 12-11 * Connecticut 5/7 H W 7-6 Richmond 5/8 H W 7-6 Richmond 5/10 H W 15-4 St. Louis 5/14 N3 W 10-8 + Notre Dame 5/15 N3 W 5-0 + Rutgers 5/16 N3 W 6-5 + St. John’s 5/18 N3 L 2-5 + Notre Dame 5/18 N3 W 7-4 + Notre Dame 5/23 N4 W 8-4 $^ Tennessee 5/24 N4 W 9-4 $ Georgia Southern 5/25 A L 6-3 $ Clemson 5/25 N4 L 4-10 $ Tennessee

1996 MOUNTAINEERS

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 50th victory; + - Big East Tournament; $ - NCAA Tournament; N1 – DeLand, Fla.; N2 – Charleston, W.Va.; N3 – Norwich, Conn.; N4 – Clemson, S.C.

3/1 A L 3-8 3/2 A L 0-25 3/6 A W 4-1 3/7 A L 1-10 3/8 A L 6-14 3/9 A W 6-3 3/11 H W 6-1 3/11 H W 14-3 3/12 H W 14-3 3/19 H W 14-2 3/19 H L 3-9 3/20 H L 11-20 3/22 H W 8-3 3/22 H W 10-0 3/23 H W 12-7 3/25 H W 6-5 3/25 H W 14-2 3/27 H W 10-0 3/27 H W 5-4 3/29 H W 9-0 3/30 H W 9-1 4/1 A W 9-0 4/2 H L 5-12 4/3 H W 3-2 4/5 A L 0-8 4/5 A W 8-6 4/6 A W 5-3 4/6 A W 13-10 4/9 H W 8-4 4/10 N2 W 14-10 4/12 A L 5-8 4/13 A L 3-11 4/14 A W 9-2 4/15 H W 6-2 4/15 H W 10-0 4/16 A W 14-11 4/20 A W 5-1 4/20 A L 9-12 4/21 A L 6-7 4/23 H W 7-1 4/26 H W 7-5 4/26 H L 6-7 5/3 H W 4-3 5/4 H L 12-6 5/4 H W 7-4 5/7 A W 21-2 5/8 H W 7-2 5/9 H L 8-13 5/13 N3 W 6-4 5/14 N3 L 4-11 5/15 N3 L 1-8

South Carolina South Carolina East Carolina East Carolina Richmond Richmond Niagara Niagara Niagara St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure * Providence * Providence * Providence Coppin State Coppin State *! Villanova * Villanova *# Georgetown Youngstown State * Pitt Virginia Tech Virginia Tech * Rutgers * Rutgers * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Pitt Eastern Kentucky * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut Marshall Marshall * Pitt * Boston College * Boston College * Boston College Duquesne * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s Duquesne Duquesne East Carolina Seton Hall St. John’s Notre Dame

1997 (36-19 Overall, 17-7 Big East, 1st American)

* - Big East game; ! - Chris Enochs 7 inning no-hitter; + - Big East Tournament; # - Georgetown won by forfeit; N1 – Wilmington, N.C.; N2 – Charleston, W.Va.; N3 – Norwich, Conn.

BIG EAST AMERICAN CHAMPION HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (3RD SEASON) 2/21 N1 L 6-12 Old Dominion 2/22 A W 5-0 UNC Wilmington 2/23 N1 L 10-19 East Carolina 2/28 A W 11-8 South Carolina

1998 (37-17-1 Overall, 13-9 Big East, 5th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (4TH SEASON) 2/20 N1 W 11-3 James Madison 2/21 A L 5-7 UNC Wilmington 2/22 N1 L 7-12 Richmond 2/27 N2 W 5-4 Navy 2/27 N2 W 8-1 Mississippi 2/28 N2 W 8-1 Memphis 3/1 N2 W 7-1 Navy 3/5 A W 11-5 Virginia Tech 3/6 A T 3-3 Virginia Tech 3/9 N3 W 17-3 St. Joseph’s 3/10 A W 6-4 Stetson 3/11 A L 6-8 Florida 3/15 H L 8-9 Kent State 3/17 H L 3-4 St. Bonaventure 3/17 H W 4-2 St. Bonaventure 3/22 H W 8-5 Duquesne 3/24 H W 17-1 Cleveland State 3/24 H W 12-2 Cleveland State 3/25 H W 4-1 ^ Cleveland State 3/28 A W 2-1 * St. John’s 3/28 A L 1-9 * St. John’s 3/29 A W 4-3 * St. John’s 4/1 H W 10-7 * Pitt 4/2 H W 10-2 Youngstown State 4/4 H W 20-1 North Carolina A&T 4/4 H W 18-3 North Carolina A&T 4/5 H W 13-1 North Carolina A&T 4/7 N4 W 12-11 Marshall 4/10 H L 5-8 * Connecticut 4/10 H L 8-12 * Connecticut 4/11 H W 12-5 * Providence 4/11 H W 7-4 * Providence 4/12 H W 8-3 Youngstown State 4/14 H W 12-11 Ohio 4/15 A W 9-8 * Pitt 4/16 H W 19-3 Mount St. Mary’s 4/18 H W 8-4 * Boston College 4/18 H L 6-9 * Boston College 4/20 H W 12-11 * Boston College 4/21 H W 34-4 ! Coppin State 4/22 A L 4-10 Ohio State 4/25 A L 1-2 * Georgetown 4/25 A W 18-1 * Georgetown 4/26 A W 21-1 * Georgetown 4/28 H W 11-2 Maryland 4/29 H L 4-5 * Pitt 5/2 A L 3-4 * Notre Dame 5/2 A W 11-9 * Notre Dame 5/3 A L 3-5 * Notre Dame 5/9 H W 8-2 * Villanova 5/9 H L 10-15 * Villanova 5/10 H W 11-10 * Villanova 5/13 N5 L 5-4 + Notre Dame 5/14 N5 W 7-2 + Seton Hall 5/15 N5 L 10-1 + Providence * - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 100th victory; ! - Bob Spangler cycle; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Wilmington, N.C.; N2 – Millington, Tenn.; N3 – DeLand, Fla.; N4 – Charleston, W.Va.; N5 – Norwich, Conn.

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MOUNTAINEER 1999 (29-28 Overall, 12-13 Big East, 6th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (5TH SEASON) 2/20 A L 2-8 Georgia Tech 2/21 A L 6-7 Georgia Tech 2/25 N1 L 1-7 Air Force 2/26 N1 W 3-2 Connecticut 2/28 N1 L 0-2 Memphis 2/28 N1 W 14-13 Army 3/5 N2 L 2-9 Vanderbilt 3/6 N2 L 4-13 Auburn 3/7 N2 L 4-5 Wake Forest 3/13 H W 2-1 Toledo 3/13 H W 9-8 Toledo 3/17 H W 6-4 St. Bonaventure 3/18 H W 10-5 St. Bonaventure 3/20 H L 1-4 * Notre Dame 3/20 H L 4-6 * Notre Dame 3/23 H L 4-7 Virginia Tech 3/24 H L 5-7 Virginia Tech 3/27 A W 12-7 * Providence 3/27 A W 6-3 * Providence 3/28 A L 1-2 * Connecticut 3/28 A W 8-7 * Connecticut 3/30 H W 4-3 Mount St. Mary’s 3/30 H W 11-2 Mount St. Mary’s 4/1 H L 5-21 * Rutgers 4/1 H L 3-4 * Rutgers 4/3 H W 7-6 * Seton Hall 4/3 H W 8-3 * Seton Hall 4/5 N3 L 3-4 Morehead State 4/7 A L 2-3 * Pitt 4/10 H L 1-4 * St. John’s 4/10 H L 3-8 * St. John’s 4/11 H L 0-2 * St. John’s 4/14 H L 9-11 * Pitt 4/16 H W 13-2 New York Tech 4/17 H W 7-2 New York Tech 4/17 H W 15-3 New York Tech 4/18 H W 11-5 New York Tech 4/21 A W 4-0 * Pitt 4/24 H W 7-2 * Georgetown 4/24 H W 8-7 * Georgetown 4/25 H W 10-0 * Georgetown 4/28 H L 1-2 Youngstown State 4/28 H W 7-2 Youngstown State 4/30 H L 5-9 Pace 5/1 H W 9-4 Pace 5/1 H W 7-2 Pace 5/2 H L 5-9 Pace 5/8 A W 14-7 * Villanova 5/9 A W 4-3 *^ Villanova 5/9 A L 7-8 * Villanova 5/12 H W 8-6 Ohio State 5/13 H W 23-2 Dayton 5/15 A W 2-1 * Boston College 5/15 A L 4-5 * Boston College 5/16 A L 0-5 * Boston College 5/20 N4 L 2-7 + Notre Dame 5/23 N4 L 6-9 + St. John’s * - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 150th victory; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Millington, Tenn.; N2 – Montgomery, Ala.; N3 – Charleston, W.Va.; N4 - Trenton, N.J.

2000 (25-28 Overall, 10-12 Big East, 7th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (6TH SEASON) 2/18 A L 5-7 The Citadel 2/19 N1 L 1-7 Richmond 2/20 N1 L 2-12 Virginia Tech 2/24 N2 L 6-9 Oregon State 2/25 N2 L 5-6 Michigan State 2/25 N2 L 4-6 Cal State Northridge 2/26 N2 L 1-9 Nevada 2/27 A W 15-6 UNLV 3/1 A L 3-5 Virginia Tech 3/2 A L 5-6 Virginia Tech

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3/4 A L 3-4 3/5 A L 0-6 3/8 A W 9-7 3/10 H W 15-5 3/14 H W 15-3 3/15 H W 7-3 3/18 H W 6-5 3/18 H W 3-2 3/19 H L 4-6 3/22 H L 5-12 3/22 H W 8-1 3/25 A L 1-9 3/25 A W 11-10 3/26 A W 9-4 3/29 H W 9-2 4/1 A L 0-4 4/1 A L 0-6 4/2 A L 2-10 4/5 H W 14-4 4/5 H W 7-1 4/10 H L 2-3 4/10 H W 10-8 4/13 H W 8-3 4/13 H W 16-4 4/15 H L 1-3 4/15 H W 7-2 4/16 H L 3-4 4/20 A W 7-3 4/20 A W 7-4 4/25 H W 14-4 4/25 H L 3-7 4/26 H L 1-10 4/29 H L 3-4 4/29 H L 4-9 4/30 H W 3-15 5/6 A L 2-3 5/7 A L 3-4 5/7 A L 4-5 5/9 H W 11-7 5/10 H L 5-13 5/12 H W 6-2 5/12 H W 2-1 5/13 H W 4-0

North Carolina North Carolina Ohio Cleveland State St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Bowling Green Bowling Green * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s Mount St. Mary’s * Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers Youngstown State Youngstown State * Pitt * Pitt Howard Howard * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Georgetown * Georgetown Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Seton Hall UMBC Towson * Villanova * Villanova * Villanova

* - Big East game; N1 – Charleston, S.C.; N2 – Las Vegas, Nev.

2001 (27-26 Overall, 12-14 Big East, 7th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (7TH SEASON) 2/16 N1 L 1-2 NC State 2/17 N1 L 5-12 Tennessee 2/18 N1 L 2-5 Maryland 2/23 N2 W 7-5 Old Dominion 2/24 A L 1-7 UNC Wilmington 2/25 N2 L 1-5 Richmond 3/2 N3 L 3-4 Illinois 3/3 N3 W 7-2 Illinois State 3/3 A L 0-4 Louisville 3/10 H W 2-1 Cleveland State 3/10 H W 7-3 Cleveland State 3/11 H W 7-2 Cleveland State 3/11 H W 6-4 Cleveland State 3/14 H W 5-4 St. Bonaventure 3/14 H L 1-5 St. Bonaventure 3/18 H L 6-7 * Rutgers 3/19 H L 0-2 * Rutgers 3/19 H L 1-2 * Rutgers 3/20 H L 1-7 Bowling Green 3/23 H W 8-0 * Boston College 3/23 H W 8-7 * Boston College 3/25 H L 1-2 * Villanova 3/25 H W 5-3 * Villanova 3/27 H L 2-4 Dayton 3/31 A W 6-5 * Pitt 3/31 A L 2-3 * Pitt 4/1 A W 7-1 * Pitt 4/3 H W 7-3 Niagara

4/3 H W 21-3 4/4 N4 W 3-0 4/7 H W 6-3 4/7 H W 8-5 4/8 H W 6-3 4/12 A L 0-6 4/12 A L 3-4 4/14 A L 1-4 4/14 A L 1-8 4/17 H W 6-5 4/20 H L 4-14 4/21 H W 6-5 4/22 H W 7-5 4/24 H W 4-3 4/28 A W 6-4 4/28 A W 2-1 4/29 A L 2-3 5/5 H W 17-4 5/5 H L 0-9 5/6 H W 8-6 5/7 H L 1-11 5/8 H L 1-11 5/12 A W 2-3 5/12 A L 8-18 5/13 A L 3-18

Niagara Eastern Kentucky Temple Temple Temple * St. John’s * St. John’s * Notre Dame * Notre Dame Akron * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech ^ Ohio * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown James Madison James Madison * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Seton Hall

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 200th victory; N1 – Charleston, S.C.; N2 - Wilmington, N.C.; N3 – Louisville, Ky.; N4 – Charleston, W.Va.

2002 (24-26 Overall, 9-16 Big East, 10th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (8TH SEASON) 2/16 A L 6-7 Vanderbilt 2/17 A L 5-10 Vanderbilt 2/22 A L 0-1 The Citadel 2/23 N1 W 7-1 Old Dominion 2/24 N1 W 12-5 Western Carolina 3/1 N2 W 12-1 Akron 3/3 N2 W 3-2 Northern Illinois 3/3 A L 3-4 Winthrop 3/8 H W 4-0 ! Buffalo 3/9 H W 4-0 Buffalo 3/9 H L 2-5 Buffalo 3/12 H L 2-3 Niagara 3/12 H W 7-1 Niagara 3/15 H L 3-5 Kent State 3/16 H W 5-4 Kent State 3/23 A W 4-0 * Georgetown 3/23 A L 3-6 * Georgetown 3/24 A W 8-2 * Georgetown 3/28 H W 4-2 * Notre Dame 3/28 H L 6-10 * Notre Dame 3/30 H W 4-2 * St. John’s 3/30 H L 2-7 * St. John’s 4/1 A W 11-8 Duquesne 4/6 H W 5-3 * Connecticut 4/6 H W 8-7 * Connecticut 4/7 H L 9-15 * Connecticut 4/9 H W 12-5 Cleveland State 4/10 H W 3-2 Cleveland State 4/12 A L 4-5 * Boston College 4/12 A L 7-8 * Boston College 4/14 A L 5-10 * Villanova 4/14 A L 1-6 * Villanova 4/17 A L 3-29 James Madison 4/20 H W 4-0 New York Tech 4/20 H W 9-3 New York Tech 4/23 A W 16-8 Ohio 4/27 A L 2-6 * Rutgers 4/27 A L 2-7 * Rutgers 4/29 A L 4-5 * Rutgers 4/30 H L 5-9 Ohio 5/1 H W 4-3 Duquesne 5/4 H W 4-2 * Seton Hall 5/4 H L 3-5 * Seton Hall 5/5 H W 8-3 * Seton Hall 5/11 H W 16-6 * Pitt


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* Pitt Wake Forest * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech

* - Big East game; ! - Billy Biggs 9 inning no-hitter; N1 – Charleston, S.C.; N2 – Rock Hill, S.C.

2003 (36-19 Overall, 18-6 Big East, 2nd)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (9TH SEASON) 2/15 A L 2-10 Wake Forest 2/21 A L 4-6 UNC Wilmington 2/22 N1 W 3-1 Fordham 2/23 N1 W 9-5 Fordham 2/23 A L 4-17 UNC Wilmington 3/1 A W 3-1 Tennessee 3/2 A L 3-13 Tennessee 3/8 N2 W 20-2 Stony Brook 3/9 N2 W 3-2 Stony Brook 3/9 N2 L 9-11 Stony Brook 3/14 H W 12-3 Le Moyne 3/15 H W 7-6 Le Moyne 3/15 H L 10-11 Le Moyne 3/16 H W 5-4 Le Moyne 3/18 H W 9-4 St. Bonaventure 3/19 H W 8-7 St. Bonaventure 3/22 H W 16-2 Eastern Michigan 3/22 H W 12-8 Eastern Michigan 3/23 H L 3-12 Eastern Michigan 3/25 H W 8-3 Coppin State 3/25 H W 11-2 Coppin State 3/26 H W 11-0 Coppin State 3/31 H W 12-9 * Rutgers 3/31 H L 4-12 * Rutgers 4/1 A L 0-4 Maryland 4/4 A W 4-3 * Seton Hall 4/6 A W 10-8 * Pitt 4/6 A L 0-4 * Pitt 4/8 H W 6-5 Towson 4/9 H L 4-5 Towson 4/12 H W 18-14 * Connecticut 4/12 H W 9-3 *^ Connecticut 4/13 H W 10-5 * Connecticut 4/17 H W 15-5 * Virginia Tech 4/17 H W 3-1 * Virginia Tech 4/21 H W 5-0 * Georgetown 4/21 H W 9-2 * Georgetown 4/22 H W 21-8 Maryland 4/27 A W 4-0 * St. John’s 4/27 A L 6-7 * St. John’s 4/28 A W 9-7 * St. John’s 4/29 A L 12-15 Ohio 5/3 A L 0-1 * Notre Dame 5/3 A W 7-5 * Notre Dame 5/4 A W 5-1 * Notre Dame 5/11 H W 4-0 * Villanova 5/11 H W 12-2 * Villanova 5/12 H W 11-6 * Villanova 5/14 A L 3-11 Kent State 5/16 A L 4-5 * Boston College 5/16 A L 3-7 * Boston College 5/17 A W 6-5 * Boston College 5/22 N3 L 9-1 + Notre Dame 5/23 N3 W 10-0 + Virginia Tech 5/23 N3 L 8-7 + Rutgers

2001 MOUNTAINEERS

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 250th victory; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Wilmington, N.C.; N2 – Winston-Salem, N.C.; N3 – Bridgewater, N.J.

2/29 A L 2-7 3/5 A L 3-8 3/6 N3 L 5-11 3/7 N3 L 6-13 3/10 H W 8-3 3/11 H W 10-6 3/13 H W 6-0 3/13 H L 2-9 3/14 H L 1-6 3/19 H W 7-1 3/20 H W 8-2 3/20 H L 4-8 3/23 H W 4-1 3/24 H W 10-3 3/27 H L 0-4 3/27 H L 3-5 3/28 H L 2-6 3/30 H L 2-4 4/3 A L 4-8 4/3 A L 4-6 4/4 A L 4-6 4/8 H W 4-3 4/8 H L 8-9 4/10 H L 0-2 4/10 H L 2-7 4/17 A W 2-1 4/17 A W 14-4 4/18 A L 3-12 4/20 A W 15-11 4/23 A L 1-20 4/23 A W 8-2 4/25 A W 10-2 4/25 A W 8-4 4/28 A W 6-3 5/1 H W 6-5 5/1 H W 5-1 5/2 H L 8-16 5/8 H L 0-1 5/8 H L 9-15 5/9 H L 3-7 5/11 H L 11-15 5/13 H L 4-7 5/14 H W 9-0 5/15 H W 4-0 5/19 A W 6-5 5/22 A W 4-1 5/22 A L 5-6 5/23 A W 6-5

2004 (23-29 Overall, 10-16 Big East, 8th)

* - Big East game; N1 – Charleston, S.C.; N2 – Wilmington, N.C.; N3 – Minneapolis, Minn.

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (10TH SEASON) 2/20 N1 W 7-4 Old Dominion 2/21 A L 4-5 The Citadel 2/22 N1 L 13-21 Richmond 2/28 N2 L 5-12 Marist

UNC Wilmington Minnesota Florida State Nebraska Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Stony Brook Stony Brook Stony Brook Akron Akron Akron St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame Niagara * Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Pitt * Pitt * Villanova * Villanova * Villanova Duquesne * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * Georgetown * Georgetown Maryland * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s * Boston College * Boston College * Boston College Kent State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Akron * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut

2005 (25-30 Overall, 10-15 Big East, 7th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (11TH SEASON) 2/12 A W 5-1 Norfolk State 2/13 A W 6-4 Norfolk State

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2/18 N1 L 2-7 2/19 N1 L 2-8 2/20 A L 2-13 2/25 N2 L 2-13 2/26 A L 1-11 3/4 A L 4-7 3/5 A L 6-7 3/6 A W 8-5 3/12 N3 W 6-5 3/12 N3 L 5-7 3/13 N3 L 1-6 3/15 H W 6-1 3/15 H W 6-4 3/18 H W 9-2 3/19 H W 4-2 3/19 H L 3-5 3/20 H L 6-10 3/24 H L 2-7 3/24 H L 4-7 3/26 H W 10-4 3/26 H L 5-9 3/29 H L 9-10 3/29 H W 13-3 4/3 A W 7-6 4/3 A L 2-9 4/4 A L 4-13 4/5 H L 5-12 4/6 H W 15-1 4/9 H L 3-11 4/9 H W 12-3 4/10 H W 6-4 4/12 A W 17-9 4/16 H L 4-7 4/16 H W 8-6 4/17 H L 4-11 4/20 H L 2-11 4/22 H W 10-1 4/23 H W 6-5 4/23 H W 23-1 4/27 H L 10-11 4/30 A L 5-6 4/30 A L 0-11 5/1 A L 7-8 5/7 H W 21-1 5/8 H W 17-3 5/8 H W 16-3 5/10 A W 6-5 5/13 A W 1-0 5/14 A L 6-13 5/15 A W 7-3 5/20 A L 1-3 5/20 A L 1-5 5/21 A L 3-7

Clemson East Carolina Coastal Carolina East Carolina The Citadel East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Cornell Cornell Cornell Niagara Niagara Toledo Toledo Toledo Toledo * Boston College * Boston College * Georgetown * Georgetown Coppin State Coppin State * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut Savannah State ^ Savannah State * Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers Duquesne * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s Akron UMES UMES UMES Ohio * Pitt * Pitt * Pitt * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Seton Hall Akron * Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 300th victory; N1 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N2 – Charleston, S.C.; N3 – Winston-Salem, N.C.

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MOUNTAINEER 2006 (36-22 Overall, 14-13 Big East, 5th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (12TH SEASON) 2/17 N1 W 10-2 Bucknell 2/19 N1 W 8-4 Bucknell 2/19 N1 W 8-1 Bucknell 2/24 N2 L 4-12 NC State 2/25 N2 W 5-0 Virginia Tech 2/26 N2 W 5-4 Penn State 3/3 N3 L 4-5 Furman 3/4 A W 10-3 Coastal Carolina 3/5 A L 1-8 Coastal Carolina 3/7 H W 9-2 Niagara 3/7 H W 17-4 Niagara 3/10 H W 10-4 St. Peter’s 3/11 H W 18-0 St. Peter’s 3/11 H W 7-3 St. Peter’s 3/15 H W 5-4 Norfolk State 3/17 H W 4-3 Eastern Michigan 3/18 H W 3-1 Eastern Michigan 3/19 H W 7-2 Eastern Michigan 3/22 H W 18-4 St. Bonaventure 3/24 H W 8-4 * Pitt 3/25 H W 6-2 * Pitt 3/26 H W 13-4 * Pitt 3/27 H W 16-0 UMES 3/28 H W 20-2 UMES 3/31 A W 7-5 * Seton Hall 4/1 A W 28-8 * Seton Hall 4/2 A L 0-6 * Seton Hall 4/4 H W 11-0 ! Coppin State 4/4 H W 7-3 Coppin State 4/7 A L 6-10 * Rutgers 4/9 A L 1-8 * Rutgers 4/9 A L 2-3 * Rutgers 4/11 A L 6-7 Ohio 4/13 H L 3-6 Connecticut 4/14 H L 5-7 Connecticut 4/15 H L 8-13 Connecticut 4/18 A L 8-10 Maryland 4/22 H L 4-6 * Louisville 4/22 H W 10-9 * Louisville 4/23 H W 6-5 * Louisville 4/26 H L 2-9 Longwood 4/28 H W 9-4 * Villanova 4/29 H W 7-6 * Villanova 4/30 H L 9-12 * Villanova 5/6 A L 4-5 * Georgetown 5/6 A L 6-7 * Georgetown 5/7 A W 10-8 * Georgetown 5/9 H L 9-11 Maryland 5/13 A W 9-1 * Cincinnati 5/13 A W 13-12 * Cincinnati 5/14 A W 10-1 * Cincinnati 5/16 H W 10-6 Akron 5/18 H L 1-8 * South Florida 5/19 H W 5-3 * South Florida 5/20 H L 4-9 * South Florida 5/23 N4 W 5-3 + St. John’s 5/24 N4 L 4-12 + Notre Dame 5/25 N4 L 7-12 + St. John’s * - Big East game; ! - Matt Yurish 7 inning no-hitter; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Winston-Salem, N.C.; N2 – Greenville, N.C.; N3 – Conway, S.C.; N4 - Clearwater, Fla.

2007 (29-22 Overall, 10-16 Big East, T-9th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (13TH SEASON) 2/16 N1 W 5-1 ^ Cleveland State 2/17 N1 W 6-3 Cleveland State 2/18 N1 L 0-3 Cleveland State 2/23 N2 L 1-5 NC State 2/25 N2 W 7-6 UNC Wilmington 3/2 N3 W 6-5 Marist 3/3 N3 W 14-6 Rhode Island 3/4 A L 4-16 Coastal Carolina 3/10 H W 7-0 Hartford

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3/11 H W 11-1 3/11 H W 11-5 3/12 H W 11-1 3/13 H L 12-14 3/20 H W 12-1 3/21 H L 6-10 3/24 H W 4-3 3/24 H W 12-5 3/25 H W 4-3 3/27 H W 7-1 3/27 H W 9-1 3/30 A L 3-4 3/31 A L 5-16 4/1 A L 8-9 4/3 H W 12-0 4/3 H W 10-0 4/5 A L 5-8 4/6 A L 8-9 4/7 A W 16-5 4/10 H W 8-4 4/10 H W 10-2 4/13 H W 16-4 4/14 H L 8-11 4/18 A W 6-1 4/20 A L 2-5 4/21 A L 6-17 4/22 A W 16-7 4/24 H W 13-2 4/27 H L 7-8 4/28 H L 3-11 4/29 H L 2-7 5/5 A L 4-6 5/5 A L 5-10 5/6 A W 5-4 5/8 A L 3-6 5/9 H W 6-4 5/11 A L 0-5 5/12 A W 14-0 5/13 A L 0-2 5/17 H W 8-1 5/18 H W 4-3 5/19 H L 1-10

Hartford Hartford Hartford Duquesne St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Seton Hall Canisius Canisius * Louisville * Louisville * Louisville Coppin State ! Coppin State * South Florida * South Florida * South Florida UMES UMES * Cincinnati * Cincinnati Ohio * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame Maryland * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s * Villanova * Villanova * Villanova Maryland Ohio * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 350th victory; ! - Josh Whitlock 7 inning no-hitter; N1 – Winston-Salem, N.C.; N2 - Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Conway, S.C.

2008 (35-21 Overall, 13-14 Big East, 7th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (14TH SEASON) 2/22 N1 L 1-5 Akron 2/23 N1 W 11-3 Akron 2/23 N1 W 2-1 Akron 2/24 N1 L 2-3 Akron 2/29 N2 W 8-7 Western Carolina 3/1 N2 W 5-3 Marshall 3/1 A L 3-8 Coastal Carolina 3/2 N2 W 4-1 George Mason 3/5 H W 8-1 Duquesne 3/10 H W 7-2 Valparaiso 3/10 H W 11-8 Valparaiso 3/11 H L 7-13 St. Bonaventure 3/12 H W 21-3 St. Bonaventure 3/14 H W 6-0 Iona 3/15 H W 7-2 Iona 3/15 H W 12-2 Iona 3/16 H W 17-7 Iona 3/20 H W 15-12 * Pitt 3/21 H W 12-6 * Pitt 3/22 H W 8-1 * Pitt 3/24 H W 26-3 Coppin State 3/25 H W 10-5 Morehead State 3/25 H W 16-6 Morehead State 3/28 A L 4-8 * Rutgers 3/29 A L 2-8 * Rutgers 3/30 A W 7-8 * Rutgers 4/1 H W 23-7 UMES 4/1 H W 18-1 ^ UMES

4/4 H W 10-8 4/5 H W 15-14 4/6 H L 2-5 4/9 H W 13-12 4/11 A L 4-7 4/12 A L 3-4 4/13 A W 7-4 4/15 H W 14-0 4/18 H L 4-8 4/19 H W 11-6 4/20 H L 4-9 4/22 A W 9-1 4/25 H W 10-1 4/26 H W 12-11 4/27 H W 17-3 5/2 A L 1-2 5/3 A L 3-10 5/4 A L 5-6 5/10 H L 2-6 5/10 H W 5-2 5/11 H W 5-4 5/12 H L 9-13 5/16 A L 5-14 5/16 A L 1-9 5/17 A L 9-14 5/20 N3 L 5-11 5/21 N3 W 13-6 5/22 N3 L 5-12

* South Florida * South Florida * South Florida Ohio * Seton Hall * Seton Hall * Seton Hall Duquesne * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame Duquesne * Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s * Louisville * Louisville * Louisville Youngstown State * Cincinnati * Cincinnati * Cincinnati + Cincinnati + Notre Dame + South Florida

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 400th victory; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Winston-Salem, N.C.; N2 - Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Clearwater, Fla.

2009 (37-18 Overall, 17-10 Big East, 3rd)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (15TH SEASON) 2/20 N1 W 14-4 Indiana 2/21 N1 L 4-5 Minnesota 2/22 N1 L 10-17 Illinois 2/23 N1 W 10-5 Northwestern 2/27 N2 W 11-6 Tennessee 2/27 A L 5-15 Coastal Carolina 3/7 H W 19-0 New Jersey Tech 3/7 H W 13-3 New Jersey Tech 3/8 H W 5-2 New Jersey Tech 3/8 H W 30-3 New Jersey Tech 3/9 H L 8-14 Canisius 3/11 H W 8-5 Duquesne 3/13 H W 7-1 Siena 3/14 H W 7-6 Siena 3/14 H L 6-9 Siena 3/15 H W 14-2 Siena 3/17 A W 13-9 Morehead State 3/20 A W 7-6 * Connecticut 3/21 A W 12-2 * Connecticut 3/22 A W 7-4 * Connecticut 3/24 N3 W 10-7 Kentucky 3/27 A L 1-3 * Villanova 3/28 A W 12-8 * Villanova 3/29 A W 7-4 * Villanova 3/31 H W 7-5 Duquesne 4/1 H W 10-9 Ohio 4/4 H W 10-6 * Georgetown 4/4 H W 10-5 * Georgetown 4/5 H W 8-3 * Georgetown 4/9 H W 9-3 *St. John’s 4/10 H L 5-10 * St. John’s 4/11 H W 16-2 * St. John’s 4/13 H W 5-4 UMES 4/14 A W 21-12 Duquesne 4/17 A W 19-3 * Notre Dame 4/18 A L 6-8 * Notre Dame 4/18 A L 0-3 * Notre Dame 4/24 A L 3-8 * South Florida 4/25 A L 2-11 * South Florida 4/26 A L 6-9 * South Florida 4/28 H W 8-1 Morehead State 4/29 H L 7-8 Maryland


5/1 H W 13-1 5/2 H L 7-12 5/3 H W 9-3 5/9 H W 15-9 5/9 H W 9-2 5/10 H W 18-3 5/11 H W 6-2 5/14 A L 1-9 5/15 A L 12-13 5/15 A W 16-4 5/19 N1 L 1-6 5/21 N1 W 20-8 5/22 N1 L 6-11

* Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers * Cincinnati *Cincinnati * Cincinnati Youngstown State * Pitt * Pitt * Pitt + Connecticut + Pitt +^ South Florida

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 450th victory; + - Big East Tournament; N1 - Clearwater, Fla.; N2 - Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Charleston, W.Va.

2010 (27-30 Overall, 10-17 Big East, T-8th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (16TH SEASON) 2/19 A L 2-4 Coastal Carolina 2/20 N1 L 0-6 Kentucky 2/21 N1 L 3-14 Virginia Tech 2/26 N2 L 8-10 Indiana 2/27 N2 W 9-5 Iowa 2/28 N2 L 5-17 Michigan State 3/1 N2 W 18-14 Purdue 3/5 N3 L 0-1 Western Carolina 3/6 A L 3-6 East Carolina 3/7 N3 W 11-8 Illinois 3/11 H W 7-5 Bryant 3/12 H L 3-4 Manhattan 3/12 H L 1-13 Manhattan 3/14 H W 14-4 Manhattan 3/16 H W 6-0 Niagara 3/16 H W 8-2 Niagara 3/19 H W 4-0 Eastern Michigan 3/20 H W 5-3 Eastern Michigan 3/20 H L 0-23 Eastern Michigan 3/21 H W 13-6 Eastern Michigan 3/23 N4 W 10-7 Bowling Green 3/26 A L 0-2 * Seton Hall 3/27 A W 5-2 * Seton Hall 3/28 A W 3-0 * Seton Hall 4/1 H L 5-9 * Connecticut 4/2 H L 2-9 * Connecticut 4/3 H L 3-14 *Connecticut 4/6 H L 4-10 Towson 4/7 A W 20-9 Maryland 4/9 A L 3-11 * St. John’s 4/10 A L 7-8 * St. John’s 4/11 A W 10-8 * St. John’s 4/13 N5 W 13-11 Eastern Kentucky 4/17 H L 1-8 * Louisville 4/17 H L 9-12 * Louisville 4/18 H L 1-10 * Louisville 4/21 H W 23-6 Duquesne 4/23 H L 9-13 * Pitt 4/24 H L 3-6 * Pitt 4/25 H L 9-24 * Pitt 4/27 H W 16-6 Duquesne 4/30 A L 3-9 * Cincinnati 4/30 A L 2-5 * Cincinnati 5/1 A L 4-5 * Cincinnati 5/8 H W 22-6 * Notre Dame 5/8 H W 6-5 * Notre Dame 5/9 H W 10-3 * Notre Dame 5/12 A W 6-5 Bethune-Cookman 5/14 A L 5-7 * Georgetown 5/15 A W 4-3 * Georgetown 5/16 A W 6-5 * Georgetown 5/18 A W 8-4 Towson 5/20 H L 4-5 * Villanova 5/21 H W 9-7 * Villanova 5/22 H W 3-2 * Villanova

2010 MOUNTAINEERS 5/26 N1 5/27 N1

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* - Big East game; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N2 – Clearwater, Fla.; N3 – Greenville, N.C.; N4 – Chillicothe, Ohio; N5 - Charleston, W.Va.

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2011 (28-27 Overall, 14-13 Big East, T-4th)

* - Big East game; ^ - Van Zant’s 500th victory; + - Big East Tournament; N1 – Clearwater, Fla.; N2 – Wilmington, N.C.; N3 – Elon, N.C.; N4 – Charleston, W.Va.

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (17TH SEASON) 2/18 N2 L 5-12 Miami (Ohio) 2/26 N2 L 8-9 Marist 2/27 A L 0-8 UNC Wilmington 3/4 N3 L 5-6 Wright State 3/5 N3 W 12-1 Temple 3/5 A L 1-17 Elon 3/8 H W 7-6 Bryant 3/8 H W 6-1 Bryant 3/12 H W 5-3 Rider 3/12 H W 11-5 Rider 3/13 H W 7-3 Rider 3/13 H L 9-12 Rider 3/16 H W 8-5 Eastern Kentucky 3/16 H W 11-2 Eastern Kentucky 3/18 H L 12-16 Canisius 3/19 H W 7-6 Canisius 3/19 H W 4-3 Canisius 3/20 H W 8-5 Canisius 3/22 H W 20-6 Eastern Michigan 3/22 H L 7-9 Eastern Michigan 3/25 A L 4-8 * South Florida 3/26 A W 9-3 * South Florida 3/27 A W 7-6 * South Florida 3/29 N4 L 5-6 Morehead State 4/1 A W 9-2 * Louisville 4/2 A L 2-8 * Louisville 4/3 A L 3-6 * Louisville 4/5 H L 6-10 Maryland 4/8 H W 4-3 * Georgetown 4/9 H W 4-0 * Georgetown 4/10 H W 6-4 * Georgetown 4/15 A W 6-4 * Notre Dame 4/15 A L 2-5 * Notre Dame 4/17 A W 8-1 *^ Notre Dame 4/21 H W 6-3 * Seton Hall 4/22 H L 3-5 * Seton Hall 4/23 H W 3-2 * Seton Hall 4/29 A L 1-5 * Villanova 4/30 A L 2-7 * Villanova 5/1 A W 4-2 * Villanova 5/7 H L 4-9 * Cincinnati 5/7 H W 11-4 * Cincinnati 5/8 H W 14-7 * Cincinnati 5/10 A L 2-3 Akron 5/13 A L 1-12 * Pitt 5/14 A L 2-5 * Pitt 5/15 A L 6-10 * Pitt

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* Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers + Seton Hall + Notre Dame

2012 (23-32 Overall, 9-18 Big East, 11th)

HEAD COACH: GREG VAN ZANT (18TH SEASON) 2/17 N1 W 7-3 Northwestern 2/18 N1 W 4-1 Penn State 2/19 N1 W 4-3 Iowa 2/19 N1 L 3-14 Michigan 2/24 N2 L 4-7 Virginia Tech 2/25 N2 L 0-16 NC State 2/26 N2 L 0-1 George Mason 3/2 N3 W 4-1 Nebraska 3/3 A L 3-11 Minnesota 3/4 N3 W 10-4 New Mexico State 3/6 H W 6-5 Niagara 3/6 H L 4-5 Niagara 3/9 A L 0-11 Oregon State 3/10 N4 L 2-5 Oklahoma 3/10 A L 0-12 Oregon 3/11 N4 L 3-14 Illinois 3/14 H W 2-1 Eastern Michigan 3/16 H W 3-1 Manhattan 3/17 H W 2-0 Manhattan 3/17 H W 7-6 Manhattan 3/18 H L 11-13 Manhattan 3/20 H L 2-8 Akron 3/20 H W 12-7 Akron 3/23 H L 7-10 * Connecticut 3/24 H L 4-15 * Connecticut 3/25 H L 1-8 * Connecticut 3/27 N5 L 5-7 Morehead State 3/30 A L 6-7 * St. John’s 3/31 A W 3-1 * St. John’s 4/1 A L 6-14 * St. John’s 4/5 H W 7-6 * Villanova 4/6 H L 11-26 * Villanova 4/7 H W 6-5 * Villanova 4/11 A L 0-3 Maryland 4/13 A L 2-3 * Rutgers 4/14 A L 4-8 * Rutgers 4/15 A L 1-3 * Rutgers 4/17 A W 17-6 Akron 4/20 H W 8-4 * Pitt 4/22 H L 5-14 * Pitt 4/22 H W 7-5 * Pitt 4/27 A L 9-11 * Seton Hall 4/28 A L 1-3 * Seton Hall 4/29 A L 4-9 * Seton Hall 5/5 H W 4-3 * Louisville

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5/5 H L 6-7 5/6 H L 4-8 5/9 H W 4-3 5/11 A L 3-5 5/12 A W 7-6 5/13 A L 2-3 5/15 H W 5-1 5/17 H W 6-3 5/18 H W 10-8 5/19 H L 4-5

* Louisville * Louisville Akron * Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown La Salle * South Florida * South Florida * South Florida

* - Big East game; N1 – Clearwater, Fla.; N2 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Minneapolis, Minn.; N4 - Eugene, Ore.; N5 – Charleston, W.Va.

2013 (33-26 Overall, 13-11 Big 12, 3rd)

HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY (1ST SEASON) 2/15 A L 0-4 North Florida 2/16 A L 6-7 North Florida 2/17 A W 4-3 North Florida 2/22 N1 L 7-10 Youngstown State 2/23 N1 W 7-3 Youngstown State 2/23 A W 9-2 Wake Forest 2/24 A L 3-11 Wake Forest 3/1 N2 L 5-8 Indiana 3/2 N2 W 4-0 UMBC 3/3 N2 L 5-6 Florida Atlantic 3/5 H W 2-1 Eastern Kentucky 3/7 N3 W 8-2 Bowling Green 3/8 N3 L 1-4 Central Michigan 3/9 N3 L 1-2 Maine 3/10 N3 L 4-6 Iowa 3/12 A W 8-7 Pitt 3/15 A W 13-2 ^ * Kansas State 3/15 A L 5-6 * Kansas State 3/16 A L 3-4 * Kansas State 3/19 A4 L 0-8 Marshall 3/22 H4 W 2-0 * Texas Tech 3/23 H4 L 4-6 * Texas Tech 3/23 H4 W 3-1 * Texas Tech 3/26 A W 16-9 Eastern Kentucky 3/28 H W 11-2 New Orleans 3/29 H W 12-2 New Orleans 3/30 H W 5-1 New Orleans 3/30 H W 4-3 New Orleans 4/2 H W 10-2 Marshall 4/5 A W 9-8 * Baylor 4/6 A L 0-8 * Baylor 4/7 A L 1-11 * Baylor 4/9 A L 0-9 Ohio State 4/10 H W 5-1 Youngstown State 4/12 A W 8-0 Liberty 4/13 A L 2-9 Liberty 4/14 A W 2-1 Liberty 4/16 H4 W 13-5 Morehead State 4/19 A W 1-0 * Texas 4/20 A L 0-12 * Texas 4/21 A W 6-3 * Texas 4/24 A W 7-6 Youngstown State 4/26 H5 W 1-0 * Kansas 4/27 H5 W 4-3 * Kansas 4/27 H5 W 3-2 * Kansas 4/30 H L 6-7 Pitt 5/3 H4 L 3-4 * Oklahoma 5/4 H4 W 9-3 * Oklahoma 5/5 H4 W 9-6 * Oklahoma 5/11 H4 W 2-0 * TCU 5/11 H4 L 4-7 * TCU 5/12 H4 L 6-16 * TCU 5/14 A5 L 5-6 Marshall 5/16 A L 4-7 * Oklahoma State 5/17 A L 0-5 * Oklahoma State 5/18 A W 5-4 * Oklahoma State 5/23 N6 L 2-7 + Kansas 5/24 N6 W 10-3 + TCU 5/25 N6 W 6-5 + Oklahoma State * - Big 12 game; ^ - Inaugural Big 12 game; + - Big 12 Championship; N1 – Winston-Salem, N.C.; N2 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Port Charlotte, Fla.;N4 - Charleston, W.Va. ; N5 - Beckley, W.Va. ; N6 - Oklahoma City, Okla.

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HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY (2ND SEASON) 2/14 N1 L 6-7 Louisville 2/15 N1 L 1-3 Delaware 2/16 A W 10-2 The Citadel 2/21 A W 6-2 San Diego State 2/22 A L 1-2 San Diego State 2/23 A L 3-7 San Diego State 2/28 N2 W 3-1 Duke 3/1 A2 W 6-2 Coastal Carolina 3/2 N2 W 5-1 James Madison 3/8 N3 W 8-1 Sacramento State 3/8 A W 2-1 UC Riverside 3/9 A W 7-4 UC Riverside 3/11 A L 3-4 UNLV 3/13 A W 5-4 Cal State Northridge 3/14 A L 2-4 Cal State Northridge 3/15 A W 14-11 Cal State Northridge 3/19 A W 5-1 North Carolina 3/21 A L 1-2 UNC Wilmington 3/22 A W 9-3 UNC Wilmington 3/23 A L 10-13 UNC Wilmington 3/25 H W 6-3 Pitt 3/28 H4 W 8-7 * Baylor 3/30 H4 W 4-1 * Baylor 4/1 A W 6-4 Pitt 4/4 A L 3-4 * TCU 4/5 A L 0-8 * TCU 4/5 A L 1-3 * TCU 4/8 A L 4-8 Penn State 4/11 H L 0-6 * Oklahoma State 4/12 H L 2-9 * Oklahoma State 4/13 H L 4-7 * Oklahoma State 4/15 H W 4-1 ^ Ohio State 4/17 A W 7-0 * Oklahoma 4/18 A L 3-5 * Oklahoma 4/19 A W 9-5 * Oklahoma 4/22 H W 14-2 Maryland 4/23 H W 10-3 Marshall 4/25 H W 10-1 * Kansas State 4/26 H W 6-5 * Kansas State 4/27 H W 6-1 * Kansas State 5/2 H W 5-3 * Texas 5/3 H L 0-2 * Texas 5/4 H W 12-6 * Texas 5/6 H5 W 4-3 Virginia Tech 5/9 A L 3-5 * Kansas 5/10 A L 2-5 * Kansas 5/11 A L 8-9 * Kansas 5/13 A L 2-4 Maryland 5/15 A L 3-4 * Texas Tech 5/16 A L 2-3 * Texas Tech 5/17 A L 0-4 * Texas Tech 5/21 N6 W 10-9 + Kansas 5/22 N6 L 2-6 + TCU 5/23 N6 L 4-9 + Baylor * - Big 12 game; ^ - Mazey’s 50th victory; + - Big 12 Championship; N1 – Charleston, S.C; N2 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N3 – Riverside, Calif.; N4 Charleston, W.Va. ; N5 - Princeton, W.Va. ; N6 - Oklahoma City, Okla.

2015 (27-27 Overall, 9-13 Big 12, 6th)

HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY (3RD SEASON) 2/13 A W 2-0 Clemson 2/14 A L 2-4 Clemson 2/15 A W 6-1 Clemson 2/20 A L 4-7 Georgia Southern 2/21 A W 12-4 Georgia Southern 2/22 A L 2-15 Georgia Southern 2/27 N1 L 2-5 Kent State 2/27 A L 3-4 Coastal Carolina 2/28 N2 W 7-6 Ball State 3/1 N2 L 1-2 Illinois 3/6 A W 7-6 Eastern Tennessee State 3/7 A W 18-2 Eastern Tennessee State 3/8 A W 13-4 Eastern Tennessee State

3/13 A L 3-4 3/14 A W 7-6 3/15 A L 1-5 3/17 H3 W 14-9 3/20 A L 4-5 3/21 A L 4-10 3/22 A W 8-2 3/24 A W 14-5 3/25 A W 6-4 3/27 H3 W 9-2 3/28 H3 W 9-2 3/29 H3 W 8-0 3/31 A W 4-1 4/2 A L 2-8 4/3 A W 5-3 4/4 A W 3-2 4/7 A L 7-12 4/10 H W 6-5 4/11 H W 8-0 4/12 H W 12-4 4/14 H L 3-5 4/17 H L 0-2 4/18 H W 6-5 4/19 H L 2-10 4/21 H W 3-2 4/24 H L 1-3 4/25 H L 5-9 4/26 H W 5-4 4/28 A4 L 2-3 4/29 A L 4-9 5/1 H L 4-9 5/2 H L 2-6 5/3 H L 0-5 5/5 A L 3-13 5/9 A W 5-4 5/12 H L 1-4 5/14 H W 6-4 5/15 H W 8-2 5/16 H L 2-8 5/20 N5 L 0-3 5/21 N5 L 1-6

* Texas * Texas * Texas Akron * Baylor * Baylor * Baylor Stephen F. Austin UT Arlington Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Pitt * Kansas State * Kansas State * Kansas State Maryland ^ Butler Butler Butler Penn State * Oklahoma * Oklahoma * Oklahoma Marshall * Kansas * Kansas * Kansas Marshall Radford * TCU * TCU * TCU Virginia Tech * Oklahoma State Pitt * Texas Tech * Texas Tech * Texas Tech + Oklahoma State + Oklahoma

* - Big 12 game; ^ - Inaugural game at Monongalia County Ballpark ; + - Big 12 Championship N1 – Conway, S.C; N2 – Myrtle Beach , S.C.; H3 – Washington, Pa..; A4 - Charleston, W.Va. ; N5 - Oklahoma City, Okla.

2016 (36-22 Overall, 12-11 Big 12, 4th)

HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY (4TH SEASON) 2/19 A L 3-4 Charleston Southern 2/20 A W 5-0 Charleston Southern 2/21 A W 3-0 Charleston Southern 2/26 A W 9-6 UNLV 2/27 A W 13-1 UNLV 2/28 A W 9-4 UNLV 2/29 A1 L 4-7 # Arizona Diamondbacks 3/3 A L 1-4 Hawaii 3/4 A W 4-1 Hawaii 3/5 A L 2-6 Hawaii 3/6 A W 9-2 Hawaii 3/11 H W 4-3 Old Dominion 3/12 H L (10) 4-5 Old Dominion 3/12 H W (12) 6-5 Old Dominion 3/15 H W 6-2 Radford 3/18 A L 6-10 * TCU 3/19 A L 1-7 * TCU 3/20 A L (7) 2-14 * TCU 3/22 A L 4-5 Penn State 3/25 A W 1-0 * Kansas 3/26 A W 11-6 ^ * Kansas 3/29 H L (10) 5-7 Canisius 3/30 H L 0-9 Canisius 4/1 H W (10) 5-4 * Oklahoma State 4/2 H W 4-3 * Oklahoma State 4/3 H L 1-8 * Oklahoma State 4/5 A2 W (10) 5-4 Marshall


4/6 H W 5-1 4/8 H L 3-7 4/10 H L 6-8 4/10 H W 8-5 4/12 H L 1-4 4/15 H L 6-8 4/16 H L 2-15 4/17 H W 5-4 4/19 H W 13-3 4/22 A L (10) 0-1 4/23 A L 6-12 4/24 A W 12-7 4/27 H W 9-8 4/29 H W 10-0 4/30 H L 6-8 4/30 H W 5-1 5/3 H W 5-4 5/6 H W 11-2 5/7 H W 14-7 5/8 H W 9-5 5/10 H W 4-1 5/13 H W (10) 8-7 5/13 H W 7-6 5/15 H W 6-1 5/17 A W 10-4 5/19 A L 1-2 5/20 A L 2-4 5/21 A W 8-7 5/25 N W 6-0 5/26 N3 W 9-4 5/28 N3 W (7) 11-1 5/29 N3 L (10) 10-11

Eastern Michigan Furman Furman Furman Pitt * Kansas State * Kansas State * Kansas State Youngstown State * Oklahoma * Oklahoma * Oklahoma Marshall * Baylor * Baylor * Baylor Virginia Tech * Texas * Texas * Texas Maryland William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary Pitt * Texas Tech * Texas Tech * Texas Tech + Oklahoma + Texas Tech + Oklahoma + TCU

* - Big 12 game; ^ - Mazey’s 100th victory; + - Big 12 Championship; # - Exhibition A1 – Scottsdale, Ariz.; A2 - Charleston, W.Va.; N3 – Oklahoma City, Okla.

2017 (36-26 Overall, 12-12 Big 12, 4th)

NCAA WINSTON-SALEM REGIONAL FINAL HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY (5TH SEASON) 2/17 A L 3-6 Charlotte 2/18 A L 2-13 Charlotte 2/19 A W 6-3 Charlotte 2/24 N1 W 5-3 George Mason 2/25 A W 22-9 Coastal Carolina 2/26 N1 W 4-1 Ball State 2/27 A W 4-1 Coastal Carolina 3/2 A W 8-1 Nicholls 3/3 A L 8-9 Tulane 3/4 A L 0-6 Tulane 3/5 A W 18-5 Tulane 3/8 A L (12) 2-4 Southeastern Louisiana 3/10 A L 4-8 Old Dominion 3/10 A W 3-1 Old Dominion 3/11 A L 4-7 Old Dominion 3/17 A W 7-1 * Baylor 3/18 A W 6-5 * Baylor 3/19 A L 1-5 * Baylor 3/24 H W 5-3 Jacksonville 3/25 H W 8-1 Jacksonville 3/25 H L 2-8 Jacksonville 3/28 A W 8-4 Pitt 3/31 A L 2-3 * Oklahoma State 4/1 A W (10) 5-3 * Oklahoma State 4/2 A W 9-8 * Oklahoma State 4/4 H W 14-7 Marshall 4/5 H W 5-1 Morehead State 4/7 H W 10-1 * Kansas 4/8 H W 8-0 * Kansas 4/9 H L 2-7 * Kansas 4/11 A L 6-7 Maryland 4/14 H W 5-4 * TCU 4/15 H L 6-8 * TCU 4/16 H W 5-4 * TCU 4/18 A2 W 8-4 Marshall 4/21 A W 9-7 * Kansas State

4/22 A L 4-8 4/23 A L 4-11 4/25 A W 8-6 4/28 H W 4-2 4/29 H L 1-3 4/30 H L (10) 4-7 5/2 H W 17-1 5/6 H L 0-1 5/6 H L 3-4 5/7 H W 3-2 5/9 H L 5-6 5/10 N3 W 4-2 5/13 H W 15-5 5/14 H W 4-3 5/16 H W 2-0 5/19 A L 2-6 5/20 A W 4-3 5/21 A L 4-9 5/24 N4 W (8) 11-1 5/25 N4 L 4-8 5/26 N4 W (10) 12-7 5/27 N4 L (10) 3-4 4/2 N5 W 9-1 4/3 A L 3-4 4/4 N5 W 8-5 4/4 A L 8-12

* Kansas State * Kansas State Virginia Tech * Oklahoma * Oklahoma * Oklahoma Eastern Michigan * Texas Tech * Texas Tech * Texas Tech Penn State # Penn State Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb Pitt * Texas * Texas * Texas + Baylor + Oklahoma State + Texas Tech + Oklahoma State $ Maryland $ Wake Forest $ Maryland $ Wake Forest

* - Big 12 game; + - Big 12 Championship; $ - NCAA Tournament; # - PNC Park, Pittsburgh N1 – Myrtle Beach, S.C.; N2 - Charleston, W.Va.; N3 - PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.; N4 – Oklahoma City, Okla.; N5 - Winston-Salem, N.C.

2018 (29-27 Overall, 9-15 Big 12, 7th)

HEAD COACH: RANDY MAZEY 2/16 A W 5-4 2/17 A L 4-7 2/18 A L 1-2 2/23 N1 L (11) 2-6 2/24 N1 W 10-8 2/24 N1 L 5-8 2/25 A L 2-5 3/2 A W 7-5 3/3 A W (10) 11-9 3/4 A W 7-1 3/9 A L 7-8 3/10 A W 8-4 3/11 A W 10-4

(6TH SEASON) Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville VCU Illinois VCU Coastal Carolina Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Middle Tennessee State Middle Tennessee State Middle Tennessee State

3/13 A L 0-8 3/14 A L 1-9 3/16 H W 10-9 3/17 H W 2-0 3/18 H L 3-4 3/23 A L 6-19 3/24 A L 2-10 3/24 A L 1-2 3/29 A W 1-0 3/30 A L 1-4 3/31 A L 5-8 4/3 H W 9-6 4/6 H L 4-11 4/6 H W 8-7 4/8 H W 7-5 4/10 N3 W (10) 3-2 4/11 H W 12-1 4/13 H L 4-7 4/14 H W 10-7 4/15 H L 4-6 4/18 H W 9-2 4/20 H W 8-5 4/21 H W 6-0 4/22 H L 4-7 4/24 A2 W (13) 11-10 4/27 H L 6-11 4/28 H W 8-6 4/29 H W 8-3 5/1 H W 9-5 5/4 A W 21-3 5/5 A L 3-13 5/6 A L 2-5 5/9 H W 10-5 5/11 A W 4-3 5/12 A L 4-10 5/13 A L 5-8 5/17 H W 2-1 5/18 H L 1-4 5/19 H L 2-6 5/23 N4 W 8-5 5/24 N4 L 1-8 5/25 N4 W 12-4 5/26 N4 L 3-7

Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Canisius Canisius Canisius * Oklahoma * Oklahoma * Oklahoma * Texas Tech * Texas Tech * Texas Tech Niagara UNLV UNLV UNLV # Penn State Pitt * Oklahoma State * Oklahoma State * Oklahoma State Canisius * Kansas State * Kansas State * Kansas State Marshall * Texas * Texas * Texas Maryland * Kansas * Kansas * Kansas Virginia Tech * TCU * TCU * TCU * Baylor * Baylor * Baylor + Oklahoma State + TCU + Texas Tech + TCU

* - Big 12 game; +- Big 12 Championship; PNC Park, Pittsburgh N1 – Conway, S.C.; A2 – Charleston, W.Va.; N3 – PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.; N4 – Oklahoma City, Okla.

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Last Team

Babe Barna, LF BOS (AL) Vince Belnome, DH TB (AL) Gene Curtis, LF PIT (NL) George Freese, 3B CHC (NL) Bucky Guth, SS MIN (AL) Jedd Gyorko STL (NL) Charlie Hickman, INF CLE (AL) Larry McClure, LF NYY (AL) Paul Popovich, INF PIT (NL) Scott Seabol, INF STL (NL) Skeeter Shelton, CF NYY (AL) Bull Smith, LF WSH (AL) Darrell Whitmore, RF FLA (NL)

Years (Seasons)

H

2B

1937-38, 41-43 (5) 207 .232 664 88 154 2014 (1) 4 .100 10 1 1 1903 (1) 5 .421 19 2 8 1953, 55, 61 (3) 51 .257 187 17 48 1972 (1) 3 .000 3 1 0 2013-18 (6) 742 .311 2,484 292 614 1897-08 (12) 1081 .295 3,982 478 1176 1910 (1) 1 .000 1 0 0 1964, 66-75 (11) 682 .233 1,732 176 403 2001, 05 (2) 60 .217 106 11 23 1915 (1) 10 .025 40 1 1 1904, 06, 11 (3) 15 .140 43 2 6 1993-95 (3) 112 .203 330 31 67

22 1 1 8 0 107 217 0 42 5 0 0 11

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Player

CAREER SEASONS

GP

AVG

Last Team Years (Seasons) GP-GS ERA

Frank Barron, LHP WSH (AL) 1914 (1) David Carpenter, RHP WSH (NL) 2011-15 (5) Jim Heise, RHP WSH (AL) 1957 (1) Jake Hewitt, LHP PIT (NL) 1895 (1) Joe Hudson, RHP MIL (NL) 1995-98 (4) Ed Kenna, RHP PHA (AL) 1902 (1) Steve Kline, LHP SFG (NL) 1997-07 (11) John Means, LHP BAL (AL) 2018 (1) Harrison Musgrave, LHP COL (NL) 2018 (1) Dustin Nippert, RHP TEX (AL) 2005-10 (6) Buck Washer, RHP PHI (NL) 1905 (1) Abe Woods, RHP BOS (AL) 1924 (1) Gray highlight denotes 2018 Major Leaguer

AB

R

W-L SV

IP

H

3B

HR RBI

9 12 96 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 3 23 0 0 0 5 110 344 91 59 614 0 0 0 9 14 134 0 1 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 21

R ER BB SO

1-0 0.00 0-0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 218-0 3.66 11-11 4 211.1 210 92 86 74 216 8-2 8.05 0-3 0 19.0 25 19 17 16 8 4-2 4.15 1-0 2 13.0 13 6 6 2 4 102-0 4.82 6-7 2 127.0 151 78 68 73 62 2-1 5.29 1-1 0 17.0 19 15 10 11 5 796-1 3.51 34-39 39 682.1 649 292 266 295 493 1-0 13.50 0-0 0 3.1 6 5 5 0 4 35-0 4.63 2-3 0 44.2 36 23 23 22 32 119-23 5.31 14-16 0 268.0 290 163 158 136 214 1-0 6.00 0-0 0 3.0 4 2 2 5 0 1-0 0.00 0-0 0 1.0 0 0 0 3 0

RANK PLAYER YEARS 1. Charlie Hickman 1897-08 2. Steve Kline 1997-07 Paul Popovich 1964, 1966-75 4. Dustin Nippert 2005-10 Jedd Gyorko 2013-18 6. Babe Barna 1937-38, 1941-43 David Carpenter 2011-15

CAREER HITS

RANK PLAYER YEARS 1. Charlie Hickman 1897-08 2. Jedd Gyorko 2013-18 3. Paul Popovich 1964, 1966-75 4. Babe Barna 1937-38, 1941-43 5. Darrell Whitmore 1993-95

CAREER WINS

RANK PLAYER 1. Steve Kline 2. Dustin Nippert 3. David Carpenter 4. Joe Hudson 5. Harrison Musgrave 6. Jake Hewitt Ed Kenna

YEARS 1997-07 2005-10 2011-14 1995-98 2018 1895 1902

YEAR PLAYER 1900 Charlie Hickman 1902 Charlie Hickman Charlie Hickman 1999 Steve Kline 2000 Steve Kline 2001 Steve Kline

YEAR PLAYER 1903 Gene Curtis* 1906 Bull Smith* 1997 Steve Kline* 2001 Scott Seabol* 2004 Steve Kline 2010 Dustin Nippert

WINS 34 14 11 6 2 1 1

TEAM CATEGORY STAT NYG (NL) E 87 BOS/CLE (AL) H 193 BOS/CLE (AL) TB 288 MON (NL) GP 82 MON (NL) GP 83 STL (NL) GP 89

TEAM PIT (NL) CHC (NL) CLE (AL) NYY (AL) STL (NL) TEX (AL)

* - Was not on active roster

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HITS 1,176 614 403 154 67

LED LEAGUE IN STATISTICAL CATEGORY

WORLD SERIES PARTICIPANTS

JEDD GYORKO

SEASONS 12 11 11 6 6 5 5

HARRISON MUSGRAVE

POSITION LF LF LHP 3B LHP RHP


MLB DRAFT 1965

John Radosevich, LHP Ron Renner, C

1966

5 Los Angeles (NL) 1965-68 30 Chicago (NL) 1965-66, 68

Jerry Meadows, RHP

23 St. Louis

Doug Stanley, OF

25 Pittsburgh

1966

Vaughn Kovach, RHP

43 Baltimore

1966-72

1967

Chuck Boggs, C

1967-68

11 Los Angeles (NL) 1967-68

Jerry Meadows, RHP 5 (6sc) Baltimore

Denny Taylor, LHP

1969

Bucky Guth, SS

1970

Jim Mavroleon, RHP

1971

John Hale, C

24 Chicago (NL)

1967-68

1968

28 Cincinnati

19 Cincinnati

1969-73

1970-71

1971

1 (1sc) Milwaukee

1971-76

Rich Wagener, LHP

2 (1sc) New York (NL)

1971-73

Kim West, RHP

1973

Joe Honce, OF

1984

Joe Filandino, RHP

1985

13 Pittsburgh

1972-73

1 (1rg) Minnesota

1973-74

12 San Diego

1984

Rich Schlieper, LHP

20 Toronto

1985-86

Bob Bernardo, OF

25 Seattle

1985-87

Bob Tucker, C

27 Los Angeles (NL) 1985-86

1986

Jeff Battaglia, OF

15 Cleveland

1986-88

Bobby Watts, SS

24 Toronto

1987-89

37 St. Louis

1987-90

1987

Ken Smith, RHP

1988

Benny Shreve, SS

1989

Steve Rolen, 3B

1990

Darrell Whitmore, OF Kevin Carpenter, C

1991

14 Chicago (NL)

Joe Hudson, RHP

27 Boston

1993

Steve Kline, LHP Dan Barry, LHP

1994

34 Chicago (NL)

25 San Francisco

2 Cleveland 23 St. Louis

1988

1989-92

1990-02 1990

Mike Moore, C

21 Cleveland

1991-92

Dan Servello, OF

27 Kansas City

1991-92

Mike Sube, LHP

41 Los Angeles (NL)

1992 1993-00

8 Cleveland 1993-98, 02, 08 29 Colorado

1993

2008 Tyler Kuhn, SS

15 Chicago (AL)

2008-13

Josh Whitlock, RHP

26 Chicago (NL)

2008-09

2009

Tobias Streich, C Vince Belnome, 2B

28 Toronto

1994-95

2010

Mike Riley, LHP

16 San Francisco

1996-01

2011

Scott Seabol, 3B

88 New York (AL)

1996-06

1996

1997

Chris Enochs, RHP Steve Beller, RHP

20 Atlanta

Rick Oliver, 3B

1972

David DeMoss, OF

Mark Landers, 1B

Jerry Meadows, RHP 4 (1sc *) Houston

1968

1992

1998

1 Oakland

1997-05

24 Milwaukee

1997-99

19 New York (AL)

1998-03

Garrett Zyskowski, LHP

22 Houston

1998-99

Jamie Hammond, SS

23 Montreal

1998

David Kloes, RHP

41 New York (AL)

1998

1999

Jeremy Cummings, RHP 21 St. Louis

1999-08

Shane Rhodes, LHP

11 Boston

2001-04

David Maust, LHP

17 Montreal

2001-06

Vance McCracken, RHP

18 Los Angeles (NL) 2001-03

Josh Cisneros, C

23 Philadelphia

Matt Blethen, LHP

24 Cleveland

Billy Biggs, RHP

2002

2001 2001-02

36 (*) St. Louis

14 St. Louis

2002-03

Dustin Nippert, RHP

15 Arizona

2002-10

Billy Biggs, RHP

40 Arizona

2002-05

Jarod Rine, OF

9 Baltimore

2003-06

27 Colorado

2003-05

Grant Psomas, SS

15 New York (NL)

2004-08

Zac Cline, LHP

15 Philadelphia

2004-06

Jason DiAngelo, RHP

2004

Stan Posluszny, OF

2006

21 (*) Los Angeles (AL)

David Carpenter, C

12 St. Louis

Stan Posluszny, OF

34 Seattle

2007

Adam White, OF

2006-pres.

2009-14

2 San Diego

2010-pres.

26 Chicago (AL)

2011-15

29 San Francisco

2013-15

Harrison Musgrave, LHP 33 (*) Philadelphia Sean Carley, RHP

34 (*) San Diego

Ryan McBroom, 1B

36 (*) Kansas City

2014

Bobby Boyd, CF

8 Houston

2014-17

Harrison Musgrave, LHP

8 Colorado

2014-pres.

John Means, LHP

11 Baltimore

2014-pres.

Sean Carley, RHP

14 New York (AL) 2014-2016

Ryan McBroom, 1B

15 Toronto

2014-pres.

Corey Walter, RHP

28 Oakland

2014-pres.

2015

Blake Smith, RHP Taylor Munden, SS

2016

24 (*) Washington 27 Miami

2015-16

Chad Donato, RHP

11 Houston

Blake Smith, RHP

29 Los Angeles (AL)

2016-pres.

2017

Kyle Davis, LF

15 Houston

2017-pres.

Jackson Cramer, 1B

35 Washington

2017-pres.

2018

Michael Grove, RHP

2 Los Angeles 2018-pres.

Kyle Gray, 2B

14 New York (AL) 2018-pres.

Jimmy Galusky, SS

20 Chicago (AL) 2018-pres.

BJ Myers, RHP

35 Tampa Bay

2018-pres.

1sc - January Secondary Draft 6sc - June Secondary 1rg - January Draft * - Did not sign Gray highlight denotes Major Leaguer

2006

9 Cleveland

2007-09

Kenny Durst, LHP

15 Colorado

2007-10

Levi Maxwell, RHP

18 Chicago (AL)

2007-09

Tyler Kuhn, 3B

Ryan Tuntland, 3B

2009-11

2016-pres.

Joe Van Gorder, LHP

2003

Grant Buckner, 3B

2013

Brad Elwood, C

2001

Jedd Gyorko, 2B

5 Minnesota 28 San Diego

33 (*) Cleveland

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MLB FREE AGENTS 1910

Richard Nebinger, SS

1917

Kester June, P

1923

Apie Weik, 2B

1941

Charley Hockenberry, C

1946

John Fox, SS

1951

Dick Morgan, RHP

1956

Sam Huff, P

1959

Ron Retton, SS

1962

Tom Shafer, RHP

1963

Wendell Backus, LHP Joe Jeran, RHP Jim Procopio, C

1964

Dale Ramsburg, 3B

1966

Walt Listuon

182

Boston

1907-08, 11

Jim Clay, 1B

Pittsburgh

1924, 26-27

Brooklyn

1941-42, 46

Boston

Tom Parke, OF

1968

Cleveland

Cincinnati

1967

1946-52

1952, 54-55

1974

Randy Lease

1982

Jeff Wilson, 3B

1987

Gregg Gilbert, 3B

1988

Jon Szynal, OF

Minnesota

1967

Pittsburgh

1969-70

1958

Ron Helsel, OF

1996

New York (AL)

1959-64

Rodney Allen, RHP Greg Johnson, LHP

New York (AL)

1962, 65

1997

Kirk Taylor, OF Cincinnati New York (AL) Chicago (NL)

1964 1963-68 1963-68

1999

Louie Ross

2000

Kevin Olkowski, 1B Minnesota

1964

2003

Eric Grimm, 2B Baltimore

Jake Serfass, OF

2005

Todd Brock, SS

2006

Boston

Dan Leatherman, RHP

Minnesota

1982-83

Atlanta

1987-88

Philadelphia

1989

Toronto

1993

1993 Cleveland

2004

Atlanta 1996-98, 00-02 Los Angeles (AL) 1996-99

2007

Justin Jenkins, OF

2009

Billy Gross, RHP Austin Markel, OF Joe Agreste, OF

2010

Chris Enourato, RHP Andy Altemus, RHP

2012

John Polonius, SS

2014

Billy Fleming, 2B Kansas City

1997

2015

Garrett Hope, C Arizona

Seattle

Baltimore

2016 2000

2003-05

Ray Guerrini, C Ross Vance, LHP

2017

Jackson Sigman, RHP

Milwaukee

Florida

2004-05

2005

Minnesota

2006-10

Cleveland

2007

Baltimore Florida San Diego

2009-10 2009-10 2010

Toronto San Francisco

2010 2010

San Francisco

2012-present

New York (AL)

2014-present

Los Angeles (NL)

2015-present

Seattle St. Louis

2016-present 2016-present

Kansas City

2017-present


ALL-AMERICANS

2B

UTL

RHP

3B/C

2B

VINCE

KYLE

CHRIS

IVAN

KYLE

JEDD

2009

2015

1997

2016

2018

2008, 2009, 2010

BELNOME COATESVILLE, PA.

2B

DAVIS CINCINNATI, OHIO

COATESVILLE, PA.

ROUND ROCK, TEXAS

GRAY

GYORKO

BLANCO, TEXAS

MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

SS

1B

OF

DARIUS

JUSTIN

TYLER

MARK

BILL

1962

2016

2007

2008

1994

1964

NEMACOLIN, PA.

OF

HILL

DALLAS, TEXAS

OF

GONZALEZ

JOE

HATALLA

RF

ENOCHS

JENKINS RIDGELEY, W.VA.

KUHN

LANDERS

LOUISVILLE, KY.

MAROVIC

CHARLESTON, W.VA.

LECKRONE, PA.

LHP

RHP

RHP

JOE

HARRISON

BJ

TOM

ED

BRADEN

1998

2013

2015

1961

1961

2017

McNAMEE BRIDGEPORT, W.VA.

MUSGRAVE NUTTER FORT, W.VA.

MYERS FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS

3B

SHAFER MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

RHP/OF

TEKAVEC

ZARBNISKY

CARMICHAELS, PA.

MARIETTA, GA.

ALL-AMERICANS BY TEAM FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1964 Bill Marovic, CF ABCA 1997 Chris Enochs, RHP Collegiate Baseball ABCA 2010 Jedd Gyorko, SS NCBWA

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1961 Ed Tekavec, 3B ABCA 1961 Tom Shafer, P Amateur Baseball Federation 1994 Mark Landers, 1B ABCA 1997 Chris Enochs, RHP Baseball America  Sporting News NCBWA 2008 Jedd Gyorko, 2B NCBWA 2009 Jedd Gyorko, SS Louisville Slugger 2010 Jedd Gyorko, SS Louisville Slugger ABCA  Baseball America 2013 Harrison Musgrave, LHP Louisville Slugger

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1962 Joe Hatalla, 2B ABCA 1994 Mark Landers, 1B Collegiate Baseball NCBWA 1998 Joe McNamee, LF ABCA 2007 Justin Jenkins, LF Collegiate Baseball  Louisville Slugger NCBWA

2008 Tyler Kuhn, SS NCBWA ABCA 2009 Vince Belnome, 2B College Baseball Insider 2009 Jedd Gyorko, SS NCBWA 2017 Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF NCBWA 2018 Kyle Gray, 2B ABCA

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA 2013

Harrison Musgrave, LHP

College Baseball Insider

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA

2006 Adam White, CF Collegiate Baseball 2008 Jedd Gyorko, 2B NCBWA Rivals.com  Louisville Slugger 2015 Kyle Davis, INF NCBWA  Baseball America  Louisville Slugger  Perfect Game D1Baseball.com 2015 BJ Myers, RHP Louisville Slugger 2016 Ivan Gonzalez, 3B/C Baseball America 2016 Darius Hill, RF NCBWA  Baseball America  Louisville Slugger  Perfect Game D1Baseball.com

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HONORABLE MENTION FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 1998

Shane Rhodes, LHP

Collegiate Baseball

PRESEASON FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 1992 2018

Matt Schubert, 2B Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

Collegiate Baseball NCBWA

PRESEASON SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2007 2009 2010  2014  2019

Justin Jenkins, OF Jedd Gyorko, SS Jedd Gyorko, SS

Harrison Musgrave, LHP Alek Manoah

Collegiate Baseball NCBWA NCBWA Louisville Slugger NCBWA Louisville Slugger Baseball America

PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA

2016

Kyle Davis, DH

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ALL-AMERICAN STATS VINCE BELNOME, 2B 2009: Third Team College Baseball Insider

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2007 .355 39-38 124 40 44 12 1 2 24 1 2008 .377 56-56 220 58 83 19 3 3 66 7 2009 .418 55-55 213 66 89 20 1 9 84 2 TOTALS .388 150-149 557 164 216 51 5 14 174 10

KYLE DAVIS, INF 2015: Freshaman NCBWA, Baseball America, Louisville Slugger, Perfect Game, D1Baseball.com

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2015 .353 53-52 224 40 79 17 1 4 31 4 2016 .280 57-56 214 52 60 14 1 10 43 5 2017 .316 62-62 234 41 74 13 3 10 44 1 TOTALS .317 172-170 672 133 213 44 5 24 118 10

CHRIS ENOCHS, RHP 1997: First Team Collegiate Baseball, ABCA; Second Team Baseball America, Sporting News, NCBWA

YEAR ERA W-L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 1995 10.80 1-5 10-5 1 35.0 53 53 42 20 28 1996 4.31 8-4 16-9 2 75.2 73 48 36 34 47 1997 3.03 12-1 15-14 0 95.0 92 36 32 21 86 TOTALS 4.82 21-10 41-28 3 205.2 218 137 110 75 161

IVAN GONZALEZ, 3B/C 2016: Freshman Baseball America

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2016 .381 43-37 134 22 51 9 3 0 23 5 2017 .317 55-50 205 35 65 9 1 5 29 4 2018 .255 53-52 200 25 51 11 0 1 25 1 TOTALS .310 151-139 539 82 167 29 4 6 77 10

KYLE GRAY, 2B 2018: Third Team ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2016 .270 55-51 174 31 47 6 3 0 22 10 2017 .260 55-53 204 36 53 9 6 3 31 9 2018 .374 55-55 198 45 74 12 3 14 38 10 TOTALS .302 165-159 576 112 174 27 12 17 91 29

JEDD GYORKO, SS 2008: Second Team NCBWA; Freshman NCBWA, Rivals.com, Louisville Slugger 2009: Second Team Louisville Slugger; Third Team NCBWA 2010: First Team NCBWA; Second Team Louisville Slugger, ABCA, Baseball America

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2008 .409 56-56 232 62 95 17 3 8 63 4 2009 .421 55-55 228 74 96 28 1 8 58 1 2010 .381 57-57 236 71 90 28 1 19 57 1 TOTALS .404 168-168 696 207 281 73 5 35 113 6

JOE HATALLA, 2B 1962: Third Team ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 1961 .271 NA-NA 85 20 23 NA NA NA 11 NA 1962 .379 27-NA 103 26 39 8 1 1 10 7 1963 .321 28-NA 106 27 34 4 1 2 15 5 TOTALS .327 55-NA 294 73 96 12 2 3 17 12

DARIUS HILL, RF 2016: Freshman NCBWA, Baseball America, Louisville Slugger, Perfect Game, D1Baseball.com

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2016 .342 58-58 219 49 75 20 4 3 40 6 2017 .307 61-61 244 39 75 14 1 4 46 5 2018 .329 56-56 240 41 79 20 2 4 36 2 TOTALS .326 175-175 703 129 229 54 7 11 122 13

JUSTIN JENKINS, OF 2007: Third Team Collegiate Baseball, Louisville Slugger, NCBWA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2005 .359 55-55 220 50 50 23 1 12 43 1 2006 .375 58-58 251 62 62 25 0 10 49 8 2007 .372 51-51 215 46 46 21 3 11 48 10 TOTALS .369 164-164 686 158 253 69 4 33 106 19

TYLER KUHN, SS 2008: Third Team NCBWA, ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2005 .298 55-55 205 46 61 13 6 3 30 1 2006 .365 58-58 252 59 92 20 3 3 50 8 2007 .332 51-51 211 43 70 15 1 5 52 6 2008 .424 56-56 238 71 101 17 6 9 56 7 TOTALS .358 220-220 906 219 324 65 16 20 101 22

MARK LANDERS, 1B 1994: Second Team ABCA; Third Team Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 1991 .266 39-38 124 26 33 12 0 2 16 1 1992 .230 40-38 122 19 28 7 0 1 11 0 1993 .376 53-52 181 40 68 16 0 10 59 1 1994 .416 61-61 219 57 91 22 0 19 81 4 TOTALS .341 193-189 646 142 220 57 0 32 89 6

BILL MAROVIC, OF 1964: First Team ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 1963 .252 32-NA 111 40 28 5 2 1 12 27 1964 .404 29-NA 109 34 44 10 4 2 17 27 1965 .175 28-NA 80 18 14 4 2 0 8 20 TOTALS .287 89-NA 300 92 86 19 8 3 30 74

JOE McNAMEE, OF 1998: Third Team ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 1995 .056 16-1 18 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1996 .289 24-10 38 10 11 1 0 2 5 1 1997 .365 53-53 192 46 70 7 0 15 56 7 1998 .429 54-54 191 61 82 27 2 13 66 5 TOTALS .374 147-118 439 117 165 35 2 30 67 13

HARRISON MUSGRAVE, LHP 2013: Second Team Louisville Slugger; Honorable Mention College Baseball Insider

YEAR ERA W-L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 2011 4.61 4-2 10-10 0 56.2 55 34 29 23 41 2013 2.17 9-1 14-14 0 95.1 65 24 23 29 81 2014 2.62 5-3 15-15 0 106.1 90 37 31 22 87 TOTALS 2.89 18-6 39-39 0 258.1 210 95 83 74 209

BJ MYERS, RHP 2015: Freshman Louisville Slugger,

YEAR 2015 2016 2017 2018 TOTALS

ERA W-L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 3.82 2-5 14-9 0 63.2 61 31 27 33 60 4.05 5-3 17-10 0 66.2 55 37 30 22 53 4.52 5-5 17-16 0 97.2 105 53 49 21 73 4.19 2-2 19-14 1 77.1 86 54 36 25 59 4.19 14-15 67-49 1 305.1 307 175 142 101 245

TOM SHAFER, RHP 1998: Second Team Amateur Baseball Federation

YEAR ERA W-L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 1960 1.89 2-3 NA-NA NA 62.0 43 22 13 24 61 1961 1.72 6-2 NA-NA NA 68.0 43 15 13 20 65 1962 1.53 9-2 12-8 NA 88.1 49 25 15 22 78 TOTALS 1.69 17-7 12-8 NA 218.1 135 62 41 66 204

ED TEKAVEC, 3B 1961: Second Team ABCA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 1960 .216 NA-NA 97 12 21 3 0 0 14 4 1961 .381 NA-NA 84 25 32 NA NA NA 23 8 1962 .240 27-NA 100 16 24 4 0 0 9 2 TOTALS .274 27-NA 281 53 77 7 0 0 46 14

BRADEN ZARBNISKY, RHP/OF 2017: Third Team NCBWA

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2016 .265 39-23 102 14 27 2 1 0 9 3 2017 .336 46-28 125 32 42 3 0 1 12 12 2018 .259 49-49 185 39 48 6 2 0 19 27 TOTALS .284 134-100 412 85 117 11 3 1 40 42 YEAR ERA W-L GP-GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 2016 4.00 4-0 12-4 0 27.0 24 13 12 11 25 2017 2.75 6-2 23-0 6 39.1 35 14 12 21 46 2018 4.62 2-3 15-4 2 37.0 39 22 19 15 35 TOTALS 3.75 12-5 50-8 8 103.1 98 49 43 47 106

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NATIONAL HONORS & AWARDS NATIONAL HONORS

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WINNER

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA

2010

1964 Bill Marovic, CF ABCA 1997 Chris Enochs, RHP Collegiate Baseball ABCA 2010 Jedd Gyorko, SS NCBWA

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1961 Ed Tekavec, 3B ABCA Tom Shafer, P Amateur Baseball Federation 1994 Mark Landers, 1B ABCA 1997 Chris Enochs, RHP Baseball America  Sporting News NCBWA 2008 Jedd Gyorko, 2B NCBWA 2009 Jedd Gyorko, SS Louisville Slugger 2010 Jedd Gyorko, SS Louisville Slugger ABCA  Baseball America 2013 Harrison Musgrave, LHP Louisville Slugger

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1962 Joe Hatalla, 2B ABCA 1994 Mark Landers, 1B Collegiate Baseball NCBWA 1998 Joe McNamee, LF ABCA 2007 Justin Jenkins, LF Collegiate Baseball  Louisville Slugger NCBWA 2008 Tyler Kuhn, SS NCBWA ABCA 2009 Vince Belnome, 2B College Baseball Insider Jedd Gyorko, SS NCBWA 2017 Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF NCBWA 2018 Kyle Gray, 2B ABCA

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA 2013

Harrison Musgrave, LHP College Baseball Insider

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA

2006 Adam White, CF Collegiate Baseball 2008 Jedd Gyorko, 2B NCBWA Rivals.com  Louisville Slugger 2015 Kyle Davis, INF NCBWA  Baseball America  Louisville Slugger  Perfect Game D1Baseball.com 2015 BJ Myers, RHP Louisville Slugger 2016 Ivan Gonzalez, 3B/C Baseball America 2016 Darius Hill, RF NCBWA  Baseball America  Louisville Slugger  Perfect Game D1Baseball.com

HONORABLE MENTION FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 1998

Shane Rhodes, LHP

Collegiate Baseball

PRESEASON FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 1992 2018

Matt Schubert, 2B Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

Collegiate Baseball NCBWA

PRESEASON SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2007 2009 2010  2014 

Justin Jenkins, OF Jedd Gyorko, SS Jedd Gyorko, SS

Harrison Musgrave, LHP

Collegiate Baseball NCBWA NCBWA Louisville Slugger NCBWA Louisville Slugger

PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2016

Kyle Davis, DH

GOLDEN SPIKES AWARD WATCH LIST 2014 

NCBWA

Harrison Musgrave, LHP Ryan McBroom, 1B

Jedd Gyorko, SS

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD FINALIST 2009

Jedd Gyorko, SS

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST 2009 2017

Jedd Gyorko, SS Jimmy Galusky, SS

JOHN OLERUD TWO-WAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD FINALIST 2017

Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

JOHN OLERUD TWO-WAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD WATCH LIST 2017 2018 

Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF Isaiah Kearns, RHP/OF Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

COLLEGE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME PITCHER OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2013

Harrison Musgrave, LHP

NCBWA STOPPER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST 2018

Braden Zarbnisky, RHP

JOHNNY BENCH AWARD WATCH LIST 2013 2016 2017

SENIOR CLASS AWARD FINALIST

2017

Alan Filauro, C Ray Guerrini, C Ivan Gonzalez, C

Jackson Cramer, 1B

NATIONAL WEEKLY HONORS

5/2/1994 Jason Hively Collegiate Baseball 5/16/1994 Mark Landers Collegiate Baseball 5/20/1996 Chris Enochs Collegiate Baseball 3/27/1997 Chris Enochs Collegiate Baseball 3/11/2002 Billy Biggs Collegiate Baseball 5/4/2004 Zac Cline  NCBWA 4/10/2006 Matt Yurish Collegiate Baseball 4/11/2007 Josh Whitlock Collegiate Baseball 3/19/2008 Tyler Kuhn NCBWA  College Baseball Foundation 5/12/2009 Vince Belnome College Baseball Foundation 4/12/2010 Jedd Gyorko Collegiate Baseball  College Baseball Foundation 5/10/2010 Grant Buckner Collegiate Baseball NCBWA  College Baseball Insider  College Baseball Foundation 3/25/2013 Harrison Musgrave College Baseball Insider 4/22/2013 Harrison Musgrave NCBWA 5/14/2013 Harrison Musgrave NCBWA  College Baseball Insider 5/3/2016 Chad Donato NCBWA 4/10/2017 Michael Grove NCBWA  Collegiate Baseball 5/7/2018 Kyle Gray Collegiate Baseball

REGIONAL HONORS EAST REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 1994 1996 2017

Dale Ramsburg Greg Van Zant Randy Mazey

ATLANTIC COACH ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1962

Tom Shafer, RHP

NCBWA DISTRICT II PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 2010 2017

Jedd Gyorko, SS Jedd Gyorko, SS Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

ALL-DISTRICT III FIRST TEAM 1961 1962 1964 1967

Ed Teckavec, 3B Joe Hatalla, 2B Bill Marovic, CF Tom Parke, 1B

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ALL-DISTRICT III THIRD TEAM 1967

ALL-EAST REGION FIRST TEAM 1983 1985 1986 1987  1988 1989 1990  1994  1995 1997 1998  2001 2003   2006  2008 2009  2010 2013 2014  2016 2017 2018  

Jerry Meadows, RHP

Tom Croftcheck, DH Jeff Battaglia, DH-OF Bobby Watts, SS Greg Gilbert, 2B Ken Smith, RHP Jon Szynal, OF Steve Rolen, 3B Ravi Shibley, 3B Paul Prosser, 1B Mark Landers, 1B Ryan Williams, RHP Tony Myers, SS Chris Enochs, RHP Brad Elwood, C Joe McNamee, LF Billy Biggs, RHP Zac Cline, LHP Tim McCabe, 3B Jarod Rine, OF Casey Bowling, OF Justin Jenkins, 3B Tyler Kuhn, SS Dan DiBartolomeo, 3B Jarryd Summers, RHP Jedd Gyorko, SS Harrison Musgrave, LHP Billy Fleming, 2B Ryan McBroom, 1B Darius Hill, RF Kyle Davis, OF Kyle Gray, 2B Darius Hill, RF

ALL-EAST REGION SECOND TEAM 1986  1988 1990 1992 1993 1994 1997  1998 2000 2001 2006 2007 2009   2014 2015

Gus Morande, 3B Jeff Battaglia, DH-OF Steve Rolen, 3B Darrell Whitmore, OF Dan Barry, LHP Mark Landers, 1B Andy Srebroski, SS Kirk Taylor, CF Josh Williamson, LF Garrett Zyskowski, LHP Nate Reeser, SS Josh Cisneros, C Stan Posluszny, OF Justin Jenkins, LF Vince Belnome, 2B Billy Gross, RHP Jedd Gyorko, SS Bobby Boyd, CF Kyle Davis, INF

ALL-ECAC FIRST TEAM 1994 1997 2008  2009 

ALL-ECAC SECOND TEAM 1994 1995 1998 2008 2009  2013 2014

Mark Landers, 1B Chris Enochs, RHP Jedd Gyorko, 2B Tyler Kuhn, SS Dan DiBartolomeo, 3B Chris Enourato, RHP

Ryan Williams, RHP Tony Myers, SS Joe McNamee, LF Vince Belnome, 3B Justin Parks, OF Jarryd Summers, RHP Harrison Musgrave, LHP Billy Fleming, 2B

NCAA TOURNAMENT HONORS REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1982 1994 1996

Vic Rabbits, CF Gerry Slavin, 3B Jason Frushour, C Kevin Olkowski, DH/UTL

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CONFERENCE HONORS & AWARDS SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HONORS ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Duke Wellington, C Bob Wallace, 2B Duke Wellington, C John Strycula, 1B Duke Wellington, C Jim Heise, RHP Charley McKown, OF Lou Schaper, P Jim Heise, RHP Ed Lenart, 1B Jack Rabbits, OF Jim Heise, RHP Jack Rabbits, CF Ronnie Retton, SS Bob Senay, 3B Bob Senay, 3B Bucky Bolyard, OF Ronnie Retton, SS Paul Chuma, RHP Paul Popovich, 2B Tom Shafer, RHP Tom Shafer, RHP Joe Hatalla, 2B Tom Stepp, SS Jim Procopio, OF Joe Jeran, LHP Jim Procopio, C Steve Berzansky, 1B Joe Hatalla, 2B John Radosevich, LHP Steve Berzansky, 1B Bill Marovic, CF John Radosevich, LHP Ron Renner, C Don Hetzel, OF Vaughn Kovach, RHP Jim Clay, 1B Jerry Meadows, LHP Bob Beahm, 3B Tom Parke, 1B Denny Taylor, RHP

EASTERN 8 HONORS CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP

Jeff Wilson, 2B

ATLANTIC 10 HONORS COACH OF THE YEAR

Dale Ramsburg Dale Ramsburg

PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1993

Steve Kline, LHP

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1994

Mark Landers, 1B

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP 1985  1987  1990  1992  1994 

Bob Bernardo, OF Jon Szynal, OF Paul Prosser, 1B Bill Reep, OF Mark Landers, 1B

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT OUTSTANDING PITCHER 1986  1987  1994 

186

Rich Schlieper, RHP Gus Morande, 3B Bobby Watts, SS Ken Smith, LHP Greg Gilbert, 2B Steve Rolen, DH-3B Dave Perry, RHP Steve Rolen, DH-3B Jon Szynal, OF Craig Riffe, OF Steve Rolen, DH-3B Wes Shaw, LHP Ravi Shibley, 3B Paul Prosser, 1B Darrell Whitmore, OF Dan Vasalani, 3B Matt Schubert, 2B Steve Kline, LHP Dan Vasalani, DH Mark Landers, 1B Andy Srebroski, SS Jeff Fennessy, LHP Tony Myers, SS

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995

Tony Lehosit, RHP Bill Reep, RF John Nilsen, DH Gerry Slavin, SS Ron Helsel, RF Mark Landers, 1B Kirk Taylor, CF

BIG EAST HONORS COACH OF THE YEAR 1997 2003

PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1997

Greg Van Zant Greg Van Zant

Chris Enochs, RHP

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2003

1982

1988 1990

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Ken Smith, LHP Dave Perry, RHP Ryan Williams, RHP

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2003 2008

Jarod Rine, OF

Stan Posluszny, OFF Jedd Gyorko, 2B

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP 1996

Chris Enochs, RHP

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT OUTSTANDING PITCHER 1996

Chris Enochs, RHP

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2008 2009

Austin Markel, OF Austin Markel, OF

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM 1997 1998 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chris Enochs, RHP Jason Frushour, C Joe McNamee, LF Jarod Rine, CF Zac Cline, LHP Lee Fritz, CF Lee Fritz, OF Doug Nelms, SS Casey Bowling, OF David Carpenter, C Justin Jenkins, 3B Stan Posluszny, OF Justin Jenkins, OF Tyler Kuhn, SS Jedd Gyorko, SS Justin Parks, OF Tobias Streich, C Jarryd Summers, RHP Jedd Gyorko, SS Jeremy Gum, DH

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009

Scott Seabol, 3B Josh Williamson, LF Joe McNamee, 1B Kirk Taylor, CF Josh Williamson, LF Lance Williams, CF Lance Williams, UTL Jeremy Cummings, RHP Eddie Weightman, DH Shane Rhodes, LHP Billy Biggs, RHP Zac Cline, LHP Kurtis Clinton, 1B Tim McCabe, 3B Lee Fritz, RF Justin Jenkins, 3B Adam White, OF Jedd Gyorko, 2B Justin Parks, OF Vince Belnome, 2B

ALL-CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM 2001 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012

Billy Biggs, RHP Josh Cisneros, C Tim McCabe, 3B Jake Serfass, LF Stan Posluszny, OF Grant Psomas, SS David Carpenter, C Stan Posluszny, OF Adam White, OF Vince Belnome, 3B Joe Agreste, 1B Dan DiBartolomeo, 3B Chris Enourato, RHP Billy Gross, RHP Austin Markel, OF Grant Buckner, SS Bobby Boyd, OF

ALL-CONFERENCE ROOKIE TEAM 1999 2000 2008

Chris Schmidt, 2B Tim McCabe, 3B Jedd Gyorko, 2B


BIG 12 HONORS PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2013

Harrison Musgrave, LHP

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2013 2016 2017 2018

Jacob Rice, OF Kyle Davis, DH Conner Dotson, RHP KC Huth, CF Ross Vance, LHP Jackson Cramer, 1B Darius Hill, RF Isaiah Kearns, RHP/OF Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF Kyle Gray, 2B Darius Hill, RF

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM

2013 2014 2016 2017 2018

Harrison Musgrave, LHP Bobby Boyd, CF Billy Fleming, 2B Chad Donato, RHP Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF Kyle Gray, 2B

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Matt Frazer, DH Ryan McBroom, 1B Ryan McBroom, 1B Harrison Musgrave, LHP Jackson Cramer, 1B Kyle Davis, UTL Taylor Munden, SS Jackson Cramer, 1B Darius Hill, RF Kyle Davis, OF Michael Grove, RHP BJ Myers, RHP Darius Hill, RF

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Bobby Boyd, OF Billy Fleming, 2B Alan Filauro, C Jacob Rice, OF Ryan Tuntland, 3B Brady Wilson, OF Sean Carley, RHP John Means, LHP Taylor Munden, SS Cam O’Brien, C Ross Vance, LHP Chad Donato, RHP Justin Fox, 3B Blake Smith, RHP Ross Vance, LHP Kyle Davis, 3B/LF/DH Jimmy Galusky, SS Michael Grove, RHP Blake Smith, RHP Ivan Gonzalez, 3B/C Cole Austin, 3B Jackson Cramer, 1B Jimmy Galusky, SS Kyle Gray, 2B Darius Hill, RF Sam Kessler, RHP Brandon White, CF Tyler Doanes, 3B Ivan Gonzalez, C/3B Marques Inman, 1B Isaiah Kearns, RHP/OF Kade Strowd, RHP Brandon White, CF Braden Zarbnisky, RHP/OF

ALL-CONFERENCE FRESHMAN TEAM 2015 2016 2017 2018

Kyle Davis, UTL BJ Myers, RHP Darius Hill, RHP Ivan Gonzalez, C/3B Alek Manoah, RHP Tyler Doanes, 3B

BIG 12 WEEKLY AWARDS 2013 Player Pitcher  Newcomer 2014 Player Pitcher Newcomer 2015 Newcomer 2016 Player Pitcher Newcomer 2017 Player Pitcher Newcomer 2018 Player Newcomer

Matt Frazer, DH (5/6) Harrison Musgrave, LHP (3/25, 4/22, 4/29, 5/13) Jacob Rice, OF (2/25) Billy Fleming, 2B (3/24) Jacob Rice, OF (4/21) Sean Carley, RHP (3/31) Ross Vance, LHP (4/28) Blake Smith, RHP (4/6) KC Huth, CF (4/13) Jackson Cramer, 1B (4/4, 5/2, 5/9) KC Huth (2/29) Chad Donato, RHP (5/2) BJ Myers (2/22) Ivan Gonzalez, 3B (5/2) Kyle Gray, LF (4/11) Michael Grove, RHP (4/25, 5/16) Braden Zarbnisky (5/8) Michael Grove, RHP (4/10) BJ Myers (4/17) Brandon White (4/17) Kevin Brophy (2/26) Kyle Gray (5/7) Marques Inman (4/9) Tyler Doanes (5/14)

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 SECOND TEAM 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Matthew Frazer, Jr. Ryan McBroom, Sr. Pascal Paul, Sr. Ryan Tezak, Sr. Justin Fox, Sr. Ray Guerrini, R-So. Cameron O’Brien, Sr. Ross Vance, R-Jr. Jackson Cramer, Jr. Kyle Davis, So. Cole Austin, So. Jackson Cramer, Sr. Darius Hill, So. Jacob Potock, So. Shane Ennis, Sr. Chase Illig, R-So. Kade Strowd, So.

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 ROOKIE TEAM 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Brock Dykxhoorn Jackson Cramer Jackson Cascadden Kyle Casserly Kyle Davis Conner Dotson Cole Austin Jacob Brewer Tanner Campbell Michael Grove Endy Morales Carter Camp Kade Strowd Riley Troutt Connor Hamilton

Daniel Dierdorff, Sr. Ryan Tezak, Jr. Joseph Lapkowicz, Sr. John Means, Jr. Max Nogay, Jr. Shaun Corso, R-Fr. Jackson Cramer, So. Brandon Boone, Jr. Shaun Corso, So. Ray Guerrini, Jr. Jackson Sigman, Jr. Ross Vance, Sr. Kyle Davis, Jr. Michael Grove, So. Chase Illig, R-Fr. Jackson Sigman, Sr. Darius Hill, Jr.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Adams, John 1912-13-14 Adams, Samuel (c-1b) Grant Town, W.Va. 1948-49-50 Adkins, Russell Hundred, W.Va. 1922 Agreste, Joe (1B) Chesapeake, Va. 2008-09 Alexander, J.P (CF) Frederick, Md. 1989-90 Allen, Rodney (P) Lindside, W.Va. 1993-96 Altemus, Andy (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 2009-10 Amedro, Chris (RHP) Moundsville, W.Va. 2003-04-05 Ammons, Neil (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1983-86 Anderson, Earl (CF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1939-40 Anderson, George Latrobe, Pa. 1898-99 Angeline, Rick (2B) Fairmont, W.Va. 1977-78-79 Antalosky, Mike (P) Winder, Pa. 1973 Antone, Nate (3B) Vandergrift, Pa. 2012-13 Armstrong, Norman (3b-2b) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1917-18-19-20 Asbury, Justin (RHP) Bancroft, W.Va. 2003-04 Austin, Cecil (C) 1906-07-08 Austin, Cole (INF) Kennesaw, Ga. 2016-17 Austin, Wayne (OF) Point Pleasant, W.Va. 1957-58-59 Ayers, George (LF) Barboursville, W.Va. 1913-14-15-16-17

B Bachman, Carl (1B) Wheeling, W.Va. 1911-12-13 Backman, Lloyd Morgantown, W.Va. 1909 Backus, Wendell (P) Meadow Bridge, W.Va. 1961-62-63 Baggs, John (P) Staten Island, N.Y. 1992-93 Baker, Edwin (p-rf) Charleston, W.Va. 1932-33 Baliker, John (C) Morgantown, W.Va. 1955-56 Bame, Chris (P) Glenville, W.Va. 1998-99 Bargeron, Zach (P) Manassas, Va. 2011-12-13-14 Barker, Abe (1b-rf) Ford City, Pa. 1995-96-97-98 Barna, Herbert “Babe” (1B) Anmoore, W.Va. 1935-36-37 Barnard, George (2B) Morgantown, W.Va. 1921-22-23-24 Barron, Frank (P) St. Marys, W.Va. 1913-14-15 Bartlett, Robert (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1941-42 Barry, Dan (P) Manalapan, N.J. 1992-93 Battaglia, Jeff (dh-c) Riverside, Calif. 1985-86 Baumgardner, Manning (OF) Columbus, Ohio 1986-87-88 Bayliss, William (2B) Dunloop, Pa. 1905-06-07 Bebout, Dave (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1987-88-89 Beahm, Bob (3B) Waynesboro, Va. 1967-68 Beall, Louis (RF) 1895 Beasley, Alvin (OF) South Charleston, W.Va. 1949-50 Beatty, Bob (inf-of) Alexandria,Va. 1973-74-75 Becca, Charles (P) Martins Ferry, Ohio 1948-49-50 Begalla, George (OF) Salem, Ohio 1968 Behnke, William Follansbee, W.Va. 1929-30-31 Beller, Steve (P) Colcord, W.Va. 1996-97 Belnome, Vince (3b-2b) Coatesville, Pa. 2007-08-09 Belpuliti, Boris (INF) 1946-47-48 Beltz, Bob (P) New Castle, Pa. 1971 Bennett, John (P) Harman, W.Va. 1939-40 Bennett, Michael (RHP) Bandon, Ore. 2014 Bergerson, Brendan (P) Michigan City, Ind. 2004-05-06-07 Bermingham, Joseph (1B) Parkchester, N.Y. 1946-47-48-49 Bernardo, Bob (RF) DuBois, Pa. 1984-85 Berry, Andy (P) Virginia Beach, Va. 2010-11 Berzansky, Steve (1B) Portage, Pa. 1963-64 Biddle, William (C) Carlisle, Pa. 1947 Biggs, Billy (P) Scott Depot, W.Va. 1999, 2001-02 Black1904 Blair, J.B. (P) 1912 Blake, Robert (1b-p) 1908-09 Blethen, Matt (P) Havre de Grace, Md. 1999-00-01 Blevins, Chad (2B) Havre de Grace, Md. 2001-02 Boggess (C) 1912 Boggs, Chuck (C) Charleston, W.Va. 1965-66-67 Boggs, Craig (2B) Charleston, W.Va. 1999-2000 Boggs, Jeff (INF) Charleston, W.Va. 1993-94-95 Boggs, Larry (INF) Charleston, W.Va. 1970-71 Bolyard, Bucky (inf-p) Aurora, W.Va. 1957-58-59 Bonato, Louis (OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1951-52 Boone 1910 Boone 1915 Boone, Brandon (RHP) Georgetown, Texas 2015-16 Bornstein, Josh (RHP) Playa del Rey, Calif. 2015 Bowling, Casey (OF) Chapmanville, W.Va. 2003-04-05-06 Bowman, William (P) 1898-99-00-01-02 Boyd, Bobby (OF) Silver Spring, Md. 2012-13-14

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Brake, Arthur Buckhannon, W.Va. Braker Brenaman, Robert (P) Brewer, Jacob (LHP) Huntingburg, Ind. Broadwater, Marcus (P) Clarksburg, W.Va. Brock, Sam (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Brock, Todd (INF) Georgetown, Del. Brophy, Kevin (INF) Randolph, N.J. Brown, Charles (INF) Connellsville, Pa. Brown, Roscoe (CF) Brownell (C) Bruder, Woodruff (RF) Houston, Texas Bruns, Charles (P) Brooklyn, N.Y. Buckner, Grant (of-3b) Elkview, W.Va. Bullard, Archie (P) Burger, Michael (1B) Beaver Falls, Pa. Burley, William (RF) Moundsville, W.Va. Burns, Dick (OF) Bridgeport, Ohio

1907 1905 1926-27-28 2016 2009-11 1975-76-77-78 1999-2000 2017-18 1937-38-39-40 1900 1908 1923-24-25 1928-29-30-31 2008-09-10-11 1908-09-10 2005-06 1922 1975-76

C Caccolini, Vincent (2B) Cafaro, Frank (P) Pittsburgh, Pa. Camp, Carter (RHP) McKinney, Texas Campbell, John (P) Mullens, W.Va. Campbell, Tanner (RHP) DeLeon Springs, Fla. Cappa, John (P) Oakmont, Pa. Carden, Charlie (2B) Carden, Dana (2b-p) Weston, W.Va. Carder, Glen Bridgeport, W.Va. Carenbauer, John (OF) Wheeling, W.Va. Carley, Sean (RHP) Melbourne, Fla. Carpenter, David (C) Fairmont, W.Va. Carpenter, Kevin (C) Sutton, W.Va. Carringan, Charles Moundsville, W.Va. Carson, James (OF) Madison, W.Va. Carter, James (P) Martins Ferry, Ohio Caruso, Brett (C) Allison Park, Pa. Cascadden, Tucker (INF) Houston, Texas Casserly, Kyle (OF) Pickerington, Ohio Casto, Charles (LF) Spencer, W.Va. Chenoweth, Fred (p-rf) Fairmont, W.Va. Chepko, Steve (RF) Cassville, W.Va.

CASEY BOWLING

1938 1997 2017 1987-88 2016-17 1993 1917-19 1931-32-33 1936 1941-42 2014 2004-05-06 1989-90 1895 1947-48-49 1958-59-60 1991-92-93-94 2015 2015-16 1911-12-13-14 1915-16-17 1938

Chittum, Dick (3B) Morgantown, W.Va. Chotner (1B) Christoforo, Michael (INF) Arlington, Mass. Chuma, Paul (P) Weirton, W.Va. Cialli, Fred (SS) Bronx, N.Y. Circle, Tim (P) Charleston, W.Va. Cisneros, Josh (C) Wilmington, Calif. Clarke, Harry (of-1b) Uniontown, Pa. Cisneros, Dan (P) Elkton, Md. Clay, Jim (1B) Whitesville, W.Va. Cline, Zac (P) Union City, Pa. Clinton, Bruce Shepherdstown, W.Va. Clinton, Kurtis Morgantown, W.Va. Coalter, James (1B) Princeton, W.Va. Coceano, Leo (P) Farmington, W.Va. Cohen, Kevin (OF) Wantagh, N.Y. Cole, Otis (CF) Morgantown, W.Va. Comko, Matt (2b-dh) Washington, Pa. Connolly, Robert (C) Pittsburgh, Pa. Constantini, Michael (ss-3b) Yardville, N.J. Cook, Tom Fisherville, W.Va. Cooper, Chester (OF) Washington, D.C. Cooper, Harry (p-2b) Copley, Jim (RF) Logan, W.Va. Corley, Ray (lf-dh) Morgantown, W.Va. Core, John (LF) Corso, Shaun (INF) Lancaster, Pa. Covey, Thomas (P) Beckley, W.Va. Cramer, C.W. Cramer, Jackson (1B) Coppell, Texas Creegan, Pat (P) Cumberland, Md. Crews, Dallas (OF) Ocala, Fla. Croftcheck, Tom (2b-ss) Carmichaels, Pa. Cropp, Bob (OF) Bridgeport, W.Va. Cropp, Homer (C) Clarksburg, W.Va. Crossland, Howard (2B) New Haven, Pa. Cummings, Jeremy (P) South Charleston, W.Va. Cunningham (P) Cunningham, C. (LF) Cunningham, Mark (OF) Parkersburg, W.Va. Curry, Harry (p-c) Grafton, W.Va. Curtis, Gene (SS) Bethany, W.Va.

1934-35 1933 2004 1958-59-60 1949 1980 2000-01 1940 1998-99 1966-67-68 2002-03-04 1976 2001-02-03-04 1950 1954 2013 1903-04-05-07 1973-74-75 1957 2013-14 1955-56-57 1951-52-53 1899 1923-24 1980-81 1901-02-03-04 2015-16 1932-33-34 1897 2014-15-16-17 1950-51-52 2001-02 1981-82-83-84 1968-69 1936-37 1900-01 1996-97-98-99 1903 1933-34-35 1972-73 1916-17 1902


Freese, George (3B) Wheeling, W.Va. Fritz, Lee (OF) Waynesburg, Pa. Frownfelter, Mike (OF) Frederick, Md. Frushour, Jason (C) Frederick, Md. Fuchs, Bill p-2b) Pittsburgh, Pa. Fulton, Charles (P)

1947 2002-03-04-05 2000-01-02 1994-95-96-97 1988 1915

G Gallagher, Rick (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Gallin, Mickey (C) Galusky, Jimmy (SS) Arthurdale, W.Va. Ganey (P) Gefen, Summer Roxbury, Mass. Gilbert, Greg (2B) Boyertown, Pa. Gilbert, Tom (C) Sykesville, Md. Glessner, Jeremy (DH) Berlin, Pa. Glus, Dan (P) North Braddock, Pa. Glus, Dean (P) North Braddock, Pa. Gocke, Jack (P) Clarksburg, W.Va. Goff, John (P) Holden, W.Va. Gorby (P) Gordon, Ken (RF) Knoxville, Md. Gonzalez, Ivan (c-3b) Round Rock, Texas Goss, Glenn (C) Glenshaw, Pa. Gott, Fred Gray, Gary (P) McKeesport, Pa. Gray, Kyle (2b-of) Blanco, Texas Grayson, J.L. (P) Griffin, Kevin (C) Martinsburg, W.Va. Grigg, Adrian (P) Grimm, Charles (3B) Morgantown, W.Va. Grimm, Eric (INF) Parkersburg, W.Va. Gronninger, James (3b-ss) Charleston, W.Va. Gross, Billy (P) Frederick, Md. Grossman, Hal (SS) Bronx, N.Y. Grove, Michael (RHP) Wheeling, W.Va. Guerrini, Ray (C) Highland Heights, Ohio Gum, Jeremy (DH) Bridgeport, W.Va. Guth, Buck (SS) Baltimore, Md. Gyorko, Jedd (2b-ss) Morgantown, W.Va.

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D D’Amico, Travis (C) Wampum, Pa. 2002-03-04-05 Darrell, Mike (SS) Bowie, Md. 1980 Darst (SS) 1914 Davis, Fred 1898 Davis, Kyle (inf-of-dh) Cincinnati, Ohio 2015-16-17 Davis, Paul (P) 1957 Dawson, Paul (CF) Rockford, W.Va. 1918-19-20 Della-Mea, Bruno (OF) Beckley, W.Va. 1959 Deming, L.C. (LF) 1899-1900 DeMoss, David (OF) Fairmont, W.Va. 1990-91-92 Denicola, Nick (c-of) East Hanover, N.J. 2018 Dent, William (p-rf) 1896-97-98-99-00 DeVaughn, Floyd Morgantown, W.Va. 1923-24 Devonshire, James (OF) Penns Grove, N.J. 1946-48-49 DiAngelo, Jason (P) McMurray, Pa. 2002-03 DiBartolomeo, Dan (3b-of) Margate, N.J. 2008-09-11 Dickey, A.F. (RF) 1900 Dickerson, Ryan (p-inf) Smyrna, Del. 1993-94 Dierdorff, Dan (RHP) Mount Wolf, Pa. 2012-13 Dille, John (3B) 1912-13-14 Dipzinski, Tad (RHP) Davison, Mich. 2012-13 Doanes, Tyler (INF) Fayetteville, Ga. 2018 Dolinger, Yorke (OF) New York, N.Y. 1941-42 Dolphin, Dan (P) Newark, Del. 1972-73-74-75 Donata, Arthur (P) Beaverdale, Pa. 1947-48-49-50 Donato, Chad (RHP) Cypress, Texas 2014-15-16 Donnelly, Tim (P) Bowie, Md. 1975-76-77 Dorsey, Adrian (SS) Wheaton, Md. 2001 Dorsey, Wesley (rf-cf) Mt. Lookout, W.Va. 1918-19-20-21 Dotson, Conner (RHP) Flower Mound, Texas 2015-16-17-18 Douglas, Phil (LF) Elkins, W.Va. 1963-64 Dougher, William (INF) 1915 Downs, Harry (3B) 1906-07-08 Doyle, John (C) Greenwood, W.Va. 1933 Drespling, Brandon (OF) New Castle, Pa. 2005 Dubbe, Dean (CF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1980-81 Dunham, Todd (P) Gans, Pa. 2002-03-04-05 Durborow, Colin (2B) Gibsonia, Pa. 2009-10-11 Durst, Kenny (P) Pt. Pleasant, W.Va. 2005-06 Dvoroznak, Mark (OF) Westlake, Ohio 2008-09-10-11 Dyer, Mike (INF) Parkersburg, W.Va. 1963-64 Dykxhoorn, Brock (RHP) Goderich, Ontario, Canada 2013

E Eaton, Bob (P) Baynard, W.Va. Eller, Charles Grafton, W.Va. Ellis, Justin (P) Pickerington, Ohio Ellis, Sam (1b-3b) McLean, Va. Elwood, Brad (C) Clear Spring, Md. Ely, Richard (2B) Ely, John Finleyville, Pa. Emsweller, Tom (LF) Bowie, Md. Ennis, Shane (RHP) Romney, W.Va. Enourato, Chris (P) Bridgeport, W.Va. Englehart, Troy (1b-dh) Clear Spring, Md. Enochs, Chris (P) Newell, W.Va. Erb, Paul (P) Evans, Richard (P) Ewen, Clayton (P) Derby, Kan.

1965 1937 2009 1968-69-70 1997-98 1897 1906-07 1976-77-78-79 2015-16-17-18 2007-08-09-10 1996-97 1995-96-97 1930-31-32 1921-22 2001-02

F Fagler, Marty (P) Farmington, Pa. Falkenstine, Willard (3B) Morgantown, W.Va. Farley, Francis (SS) Charleston, W.Va. Felker, G. (2B) Fennessey, Jeff (P) Sunbury, Pa. Feola, Joe (C) Staten Island, N.Y. Ferguson, Dave (OF) Monroeville, Pa. Fidler, Raymond (C) Field, Joseph (C) Bruceton Mills, W.Va. Filandino, Joe (P) Norristown, Pa. Filauro, Alan (C) South Salem, N.Y. Finnerty, John (OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. Firestone, Don (INF) West Bridgewater, Pa. Flanary, Mike (RF) Fleming, Billy (2B) Churchville, Pa. Flinn, Virgil (3B) Flowers, John (2B) Riverside, Calif. Force, Nelson (LF) Basking Ridge, N.J. Fox, John (SS) New York, N.Y. Fox, Justin (3B) New Martinsville, W.Va. Franklin, Isac (INF) Pickerington, Ohio Franko, Bill (LF) Republic, Pa. Franks, George (INF) Masontown, Pa. Frazer, Matt (OF) Alum Creek, W.Va.

2001-02-05-06 1939 1925-26 1909 1993-94 1980 1969-70 1913-14-15-17 1958 1982-83-84 2012-13 1969 1954-56 1981 2012-13-14 1916-17 1983 1983-84 1946 2012-13-14-15 2011 1954-55 1964-65-66 2010-12-14

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H Hagan, Arthur 1918 Hagan, Julian (P) Huntington, W.Va. 1913-14-15 Haines, Brad (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1973-74 Hale, John (C) Huntington, W.Va. 1971 Hall, Archie (P) 1905 Hall, Bemis (OF) Williamstown, W.Va. 1935-36 Hall, Mike (3B) Fairmont, W.Va. 1959 Halliwell, Don (RF) Williamstown, W.Va. 1952 Halloran, Jim (C) Millville, N.J. 1987-88 Hamilton, Connor (C) Forestport, N.Y. 2018 Hamilton, Robert (rf-cf) Hinton, W.Va. 1931-32 Hammond, Jamie (2b-ss) Salisbury, Md. 1997-98 Hand, George (CF) West Liberty, W.Va. 1927-28 Hanford (P) 1912 Harding, C.W. (1B) 1896-97 Hardy, Jeff (RHP) Sunnyvale, Calif. 2015-16 Hardy, Michael (1B) Sharon, Pa. 1925 Hardman, Orville (OF) Parkersburg, W.Va. 1942 Harlow, Josh (P) Shinnston, W.Va. 2011-12-13 Harman (P) 1909 Harrick, Joe (OF) Punxsutawney, Pa. 1918-19-20-21 Harrick, George 1929-30 Harrick, Stephen (CF) Punxsutawney, Pa. 1921-22-23-24 Harrick, William (CF) Punxsutawney, Pa. 1927-28-29-30 Harris, Ike (1B) Newburg, W.Va. 1973 Harrison, Samuel Clarksburg, W.Va. 1913 Harsanya, John (P) 1926-27-28 Hart, Matt (INF) Lititz, Pa. 1997-98 Hartman, Brad (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1987-88-89 Hash, John (CF) 1929-30-31 Hash, Jonathan (P) Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. 2010 Hatalla, Joe (2B) Nemacolin, Pa. 1961-62-63 Hawley, Roy (C) Bluefield, W.Va. 1923-24-25 Hayes (C) 1912-13-14 Hayes, Dom (RF) Freehold, N.J. 2010 Heiger, William (2B) Charleston, W.Va. 1925 Heise, Jim (P) Scottsdale, Pa. 1953-54-55-56 Heizer, William (LF) Charleston, W.Va. 1926 Helsel, Ron (p-of) Duncansville, Pa. 1990-91-92-93 Henderson, John Clarksburg, W.Va. 1975

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MOUNTAINEER Hendren, Steve (P) Orange, Calif. 1999-2000 Henry, Howard (C) Connellsville, Pa. 1941 Herrington, Jim (C) 1946 Hersey, Rex (OF) Guyandotte, W.Va. 1914-15-16 Hertzler, Jacob (1B) Reading, Pa. 1904-05 Hetzel, Don (OF) Bakerton, W.Va. 1964-65-66 Hewitt, Jacob (P) Madisonville, W.Va. 1894-95 Hickman, John (C) 1896 Hickman, Charles (INF) Taylortown, Pa. 1897 Higgins, Glenn (1B-C) Parkersburg, W.Va. 1957 Hill, Darius (RF) Dallas, Texas 2016-17-18 Hill, Jared (RHP) Harrisburg, Ohio 2010-12-13 Hill, Ryan (P) Seymour, Ind. 2005-06 Hill, Walter (P) 1896 Hilton, Kent (OF) Fredonia, N.Y. 1983 Hinerman, Edgar 1907-08-09 Hines, Skip (2B) Morgantown, W.Va. 1970 Hinkle, Eric (P) Ocean Township, N.J. 2010 Hively, Jason (P) Huntington, W.Va. 1994-95-96 Hockenberry, Charlie (C) Nemacolin, Pa. 1939-40-41 Hodges, Charles Morgantown, W.Va. 1913 Hodges, Milton 1900-01 Hoenstine, Doak (C) Claysburg, Pa. 1982-83 Hoff, Bruce (P) Coopersburg, Pa. 1982 Hoffman, Gray (P) 1915 Hohlbein, Roger (1B) Cloverdale, Ohio 1982 Holmes, Corey (RHP) Waco, Texas 2013 Holshey, John (P) Cumberland, Md. 1982-83 Honce, Joe (CF) Bridgeport, W.Va. 1971-72 Hope, Garrett (C) The Woodlands, Texas 2015 Hopke, William (1B) Grafton, W.Va. 1921-22-23 Hostrander, Ryan (RHP) Williamsport, Pa. 2013-14 Howard, Bernard (INF) Wheeling, W.Va. 1954 Hudson, Joe (P) Medford, N.J. 1990-91-92 Hudson, Tristen (RHP-INF) Seneca, S.C. 2018 Huff, Sam (C) Farmington, W.Va. 1954 Huffman, Charlie (P) 1915-16-17 Humphry, Ed (C) 1927-28 Huston1904 Hutchinson, Harold Fairmont, W.Va. 1910-11 Huth, KC (CF) La Verne, Calif. 2015-16

I Iannacchione, Mike (P) Illig, Chase (C) Inman, Marques (DH-1B)

Pittsburgh, Pa. Bluefield, W.Va. Elyria, Ohio

1990 2017-18 2016-17-18

J Jackson, Ed (P-CF) Kingwood, W.Va. Jackson, Robert (OF) Kingwood, W.Va. Jackson, William (1B) Kingwood, W.Va. Jacobson, Jim (3B) Jamestown, N.Y. Jenkins, Justin (3B) Ridgeley, W.Va. Jochum, Tom (3B) Johnson, Bob (OF) Johnson, Brad (OF) West Chester, Pa. Johnson, Duncan (2B) Johnson, Greg (P) Frostburg, Md. Johnson, Mike (P) Elkins, W.Va. Johnston, Joseph (C) Morgantown, W.Va. Jones, Jonathan (P) Fredericksburg, Va. Jones, Monty (RF) Moundsville, W.Va. Jordan, Seth (LHP) Flower Mound, Texas June, Kester (P) Piedmont, W.Va.

1934-35 1929-30 1934-35 1972 2005-06-07 1946-47-48 1939-40-42-46 2014-15 1895 1996 1974-75-76-77 1932-33-34-35 2009-10-11 1960-62 2015-16 1916-17-18

BASEBALL King, Andrew (C) Kirchner, Bernie (P-1B) Arlington, Va. Kirkland, Jim (P) Anaheim, Calif. Kline, Steve (P) Winfield, Pa. Kloes, David (P) Harmony, Pa. Knoll, John (P) Boston, Pa. Koch, Ed (P) Pittsburgh, Pa. Kocur, Mickey (SS) Baltimore, Md. Korzun, Kevin (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Kovach, Doug Kovach, Vaughn (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Krebbs, George (C) New Martinsville, W.Va. Kuban, T.J. (3B-OF) Valencia, Pa. Kuhn, Tyler (2B-SS) Louisville, Ky. Kumor, Larry (1B) Uniontown, Pa. Kuzemchak, John (1B) Glenshaw, Pa. Kyle, Glenn (P) Morgantown, W.Va.

L Lake, TJ (OF-INF) Toledo, Ohio 2017-18 LaNeve, Ron (SS) Newell, W.Va. 1954-55-56 Langmaack, Jack (P) 1976-77 Lambert, Oscar (1B) Charleston, W.Va. 1916 Landers, Mark (1B) Charleston, W.Va. 1991-92-93-94 Lang, Axel (SS) 1933-34-35 Lapkowicz, Joby (LHP) Carmichaels, Pa. 2014 LaRue, Russell (3B) Wheeling, W.Va. 1928-29-30-31 Latterner, Jack (P) Marietta, Ohio 1916-17-18-19 Lawhead, Berte (CF) 1895-96-97-98 Laxton, Josh (P) Audubon, N.J. 1999 Leach, Steve (P) Barboursville, W.Va. 1973 Lease, Randy (P) Irwin, Pa. 1971 Leatherman, Dan (P) Walkersville, Md. 2006 Leatherwood, Michael (2B) Wheeling, W.Va. 1913-14-15-26 Lehosit, Tony (P-DH) Clarksburg, W.Va. 1989-90-91 Lemley, Clark (P) Star City, W.Va. 1919-20 Lenart, Ed (1B) Trafford, Pa. 1955-56-58 Leposky, Richard (P) Ellwood City, Pa. 1951-52-53 Lester, Roy (OF) Spencer, W.Va. 1947-48-49 Lewis, Lambert (3B) Charleston, W.Va. 1925 Lewis, Carson (RF) Charleston, W.Va. 1926 Lipscomb, Ryan (LHP) Shenandoah Jct, W.Va. 2003-04 Listoun, Walt (2B) Windsor Heights, W.Va. 1966 Little, Tom (OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1965-66-67 Lively, William (SS) Charleston, W.Va. 1911-12-13 Llewellyn, Lee (LF) Duke, W.Va. 1895-96-97-99 Lockhart, Brent (OF) Winchester, Va. 2007-08 Lodgek, Rich (P) Medford, N.J. 1992-93-94-95 Long (CF-SS) 1913-14 Lopez, Russell Clarksburg, W.Va. 1948 Lopinsky, Sam (P) Charleston, W.Va. 1925-26-27-28 Lorentz, Harold (LF) Brady, Pa. 1937-38-39 Lowe, S.C. 1897-98-99-1900 Lowe, Lefty (P) 1930-31 Lynch, Tom Ramsey, N.J. 1970 Lytle, Irvin (SS-P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1920-22-23

K Kaltenecker, Christy (2B) Parkersburg, W.Va. Karr, William (LF) Ripley, W.Va. Kavourias, Jim (1B) Brooklyn, Ohio Kearns, Isaiah (RHP-OF) Lewistown, Pa. Kee, J.N. (1B) Keeler, Bill (P) Morrisville, Pa. Kell, Septimus Welch, W.Va. Keller, Adam (RHP) Broken Arrow, Okla. Keller, Arch (2B) Kenna, Ed (P) Charleston, W.Va. Kenna, Jack Kennoy (SS) Kernosky, Victor (C) Morgantown, W.Va. Kessler, Sam (RHP) Mount Sinai, N.Y. Kinder, Chuck (C) St. Albans, W.Va. King, Chris (P) West Milford, N.J.

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M Maderia, Bernard (1B) Morgantown, W.Va. 1920-21-22 Mahoney, Jerry (3B) Shepherdstown, W.Va. 1976-77 Malloy, Matt (C) Cincinnati, Ohio 2010-11 Mammarella, Mickey (CF-P) Dover, Ohio 1984-85-86-87 Mankin, Craig (P) Red Jacket, W.Va. 1960-61-62 Manning, Bill (C) Rutherford, N.J. 1984-85-86 Manoah, Alek (RHP-1B) Miami, Fla. 2017-18 Margules, Joe (RF) 1933-34 Markel, Austin (OF) Elizabethville, Pa. 2006-07-08-09 Marovic, Bill (CF) Leckrone, Pa. 1963-64-65 Martin, Paul (RF) Cassville, W.Va. 1903-04-05 Martin, Homer (C) Charleston, W.Va. 1919-20-21-22 Marz, Mike (P) Belford, N.J. 1993-94 Mason, Earl (RF-1B) Allegheny, Pa. 1904-05-06-07 Mason, John 1908 Mascilli, Loreto (CF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1933-34 Mathias, Keith (P) Youngstown, Ohio 1988-89-91-92 Matuszek, Kyle (1B) Cincinnati, Ohio 2004-05-06 Maust, David (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 2000-01 Mavroleon, Jim (P) Freehold, N.J. 1969-70 Maxwell, Levi (P) Shinnston, W.Va. 2004-06-07 Mayfield, James (CF) 1921-22 Maylander, Richard Hoboken, N.J. 1948 McBroom, Ryan (1B) Fredericksburg, Va. 2011-12-13-14 McCabe, Tim (3B) Wexford, Pa. 2000-01-02-03 McCanley (3B) 1905 McCarthey, D. (C) 1905-06-07-08 McCarthy, A.C. 1909 McCarty, Mark (P) Kingwood, W.Va. 1980 McCauley, Josh (P) Mercersburg, Pa. 2011 McCracken, Vance (P) St. Albans, W.Va. 1999-00-01 McCue, John (2B) Morgantown, W.Va. 1936-37-38 McCullough, Jack (INF) Natrona Heights, Pa. 1966 McCutcheon, Bruce (C) Moorestown, N.J. 1970 McDavid, Justin (1B) Queen Creek, Ariz. 2010-11 McDonald, Ryan (RHP) Las Vegas, Nev. 2017 McGee, Matt (OF) Gilette, Pa. 1999-2000 McGrath, Travis (P) Hurricane, W.Va. 2004 McKinney, Matt (INF) Bridgeport, W.Va. 1995 McKown, Charles (RF) Wayne, W.Va. 1953-54-55-56 McKown, Chad (OF) Moundsville, W.Va. 2005 McLure, Larry (P) Wayne, W.Va. 1911 McMillen, Josh (LF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1999-2000 McMinn, Tom (CF) 1909-10-11-12 McNamee, Joe (1B-P) Bridgeport, W.Va. 1996-97-98 McNeer, Clinton Hinton, W.Va. 1934 McWhorter, Charles (3B) Lewisburg, W.Va. 1897-98-99-1902 Meadows, Dillon (RHP) Paradise, Texas 2018 Meadows, Jerry (P) Uniontown, Pa. 1965-66-67 Meadows, Keith (RF) Uniontown, Pa. 1979-80 Means, John (LHP) Olathe, Kan. 2013-14 Merrill, Austin (C) 1909-10 Michaels, Ryan (P) Altoona, Pa. 1997-98 Middleburg, Charles (CF) 1898-99-1900-02 Miller, Dwight (SS) Morgantown, W.Va. 1898-99-1900-02 Miller, Jim (P) Kent, Ohio 1966-67


Miller, Ken (C) Miller, Shawn (RHP) Troy, N.Y. Mitchell, Fred (RF) Moore, Chris (P) New Cumberland, Pa. Moore, Mike (C) Somerset, Pa. Moore, Stan (C) Morgantown, W.Va. Morales, Endy (RHP) Holyoke, Mass. Morande, Gus (3B) Islip Terrace, N.Y. Morgan, Al (P) Morgan, Dick (P) Whitesville, W.Va. Morosco, Bill (CF) Fairmont, W.Va. Morrison, Ed (1B) Erie, Pa. Morrison, Stephen (P) Coatesville, Pa. Morrone, Matt Paris, Texas Morrow, George (CF) Huntington, W.Va. Morton, Richard (3B) Morgantown, W.Va. Moschel, Mike (P) Bethel Park, Pa. Mowrey, Cassel (1B) Big Issac’s, W.Va. Mullen, Grant (OF) Fredericksburg, Va. Munchin, Bob (RF) Fairmont, W.Va. Munden, Taylor (SS) Lewisville, Texas Munk, Rudolph Connellsville, Pa. Musgrave, Harrison (P) Nutter Fort, W.Va. Myers, BJ (RHP) Flower Mound, Texas Myers, Larry (LF) Ijamsville, Md. Myers, Tony (SS) Mount Joy, Pa.

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N Nagy, Rob (P) West Mifflin, Pa. 1972 Nachbar, Seymore (C-P) New York, N.Y. 1937-38-39 Napoleoni, Hector (INF) Ponce, Puerto Rico 1941-42 Nebera, Fred (P) Fairview, W.Va. 1939 Nebinger, Richard (SS) Steelton, Pa. 1908-09 Neelen, Craig (P) Jamestown, N.Y. 1972-73 Neff, Todd (C) Paden City, W.Va. 1999-2000 Nefflin, William (RF) Keyser, W.Va. 1919-20-21 Nekoranec, Joe (3B) Morgantown, W.Va. 1935-36-37 Nelms, Doug (INF) Bristol, Va. 2003-04-05-06 Nelson, Josh (P) Bellevue, Ohio 2000-01 Neumark, Tim (CF) Frostburg, Md. 1999-2000 Neutzling, Kurt (CF) Bowie, Md. 1974-75 Nieman, John (P) Weirton, W.Va. 1964 Nilsen, John (1B-DH) Chester, N.Y. 1989-90-91 Nippert, Dustin (P) Beallsville, Ohio 2002 Nogay, Max (C) Weirton, W.Va. 2012-13-14 Noll1896 Norman, Carl (P) Valley Grove, W.Va. 1952-53-54-55 Norris1901 Nugent, Ed (CF) Crown Hill, W.Va. 1925-26

O O’Brien, Cam (C) Tulsa, Okla. Ogden, Doug (P) San Diego, Calif. O’Haver, Don (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Oliker, Aaron Clarksburg, W.Va. Oliver, Rick (3B) Baltimore, Md. Olivito, Pete (RF) Morgantown, W.Va. Olkowski, Kevin (DH) Baltimore, Md. Onder, Angelo (CF) McCullough, Pa. O’Neil, Jeff (INF) Morgantown, W.Va. O’Neil, Mike (C) Baldwin, N.Y. Osborne, Robert Osborne, David (P) South Charleston, W.Va. Osbourn, Wes (P) Shinnston, W.Va. Oswald, Ryan (P) Cochranton, Pa.

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P Paczewski, Frank (LF) Wheeling, W.Va. Palumbo, Mark (SS) Morgantown, W.Va. Pape, Jason (2B) Bethel Park, Pa. Parke, Tom (1B-OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. Parks, Justin (C-INF-OF) Columbus, Ohio Parrish, Bill (P) Vienna, W.Va. Parsons, Floyd Parsons, John (3B) Parziale, Vince (P-OF) DuBois, Pa. Pastorius, Thomas Pathmore, Gib (LF-C) New Cumberland, Pa. Patsy, Billy (CF) Clarksburg, W.Va. Paul, Pascal (RHP) Merrill, Wisc. Patsy, Billy (CF) Clarksburg, W.Va. Pavelko, Eric (2B) Morgantown, W.Va.

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Peck, M.C. (C) Perry, Dave (P) Star City, W.Va. Perry, Tom (2B) United, Pa. Petho, Eric (C) Bellaire, Ohio Peyton, Bob (OF) Wheeling, W.Va. Pfalsgraf, Russell (INF) Parkersburg, W.Va. Pfleger, Phil (LF-1B) Chicago, Ill. Phillips (RF) Phillips, George (CF) Belington, W.Va. Phillips, Dave (1B) Woodbury, N.J. Pickering, Chase (P) Cross Lanes, W.Va. Pickering, Jeff (1B-P) Charleston, W.Va. Piscorik, John (INF) Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Pittman, Travis (OF) Summerville, S.C. Pizatella, Ron (OF) Fairmont, W.Va. Plank, Sam (OF) Winchester, Va. Plaster, Lawrence Charleston, W.Va. Pobolish, Ron (2B) Dillonvale, Ohio Podolinski, Andy (P) Sayre, Pa. Point, W.W. Popovich, Paul (2B) Flemington, W.Va. Porter, Don (SS) Pittsburgh, Pa. Porter, Donald (1B) Posluszny, Stan (OF) Aliquippa, Pa. Potock, Jacob (RHP) Glenshaw, Pa. Potter, Caleb (OF) Mentor, Ohio Powroznik, Todd (P) Maidsville, W.Va. Pratt, Ira Pride, Benjamin (1B) Printz, B.G. (RF-P) Procopio, Jim (C) St. Marys, W.Va. Prosser, Paul (1B) Bethel Park, Pa. Protch, Wally (OF) McKees Rocks, Pa. Pryor, Frank (RF) Marianna, Pa. Pryor, Tony (OF) Marianna, Pa. Psomas, Grant (INF) Carnegie, Pa. Purkey, Brian (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Purington, John (2B) Morgantown, W.Va. Purrelo, Al (2B-OF) Albany, N.Y.

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R Rabbits, Jack (CF) Jeannette, Pa. Rabbits, Vic (CF) Greensburg, Pa. Radosevich, John (P) Ronco, Pa. Raese, John (1B) Morgantown, W.Va. Ramsburg, Dale (SS) Frederick, Md. Randall, Marvin (RF) Pittsburgh, Pa. Rasky, Chris (OF) Irwin, Pa. Reader, Art (P) Brooklyn, N.Y. Reay, D.C. (3B) Reed, Bob (C) Midway, Pa. Reep, Bill (INF-OF) Bridgeport, W.Va. Regn, Keith (P) Berlin, N.J. Reid, Zach (LHP) Montgomery, Ala. Reitter, Jim (C) Colliers, W.Va. Renner, Ron (C) Hundred, W.Va. Reeser, Nate (SS) Hedgesville, W.Va. Retton, Ron (SS) Grant Town, W.Va. Retton, Ron (2B) Fairmont, W.Va. Reynolds, B.W. (1B) Rhodes, Shane (P) Monkton, Md. Rice, Jacob (OF) Tulsa, Okla. Rich, Jim (C) Charleston, W.Va. Richards, Justin (3B) Bergholz, Ohio Richmond, Dave (P) Riddle, J.H. (2B) Ridgley, Trent (P) Massillon, Ohio Riggs (CF) Riffe, Craig (LF) Princetown, W.Va. Riley, Fred Norton, W.Va. Riley, Kevin (INF.) Plainsboro, N.J. Riley, Mike (P) Seaford, Del. Rine, Jarod (OF) Moundsville, W.Va. Rinehart, John (RF) Clarksburg, W.Va. Rippetoe, Ken (OF-1B) Belle, W.Va. Robinson, Rich (P) Syracuse, N.Y. Rodgers, Ira Errett (SS) Bethany, W.Va. Rodriguez, Carlos (1B) Ponce, Puerto Rico Rohaus, Dave (P) Murrysville, Pa. Rohrbaugh, Nate (C) Buckhannon, W.Va. Rolen, Steve (3B) Ashland, Ky. Rollison, Brad (P) Sharon, Pa. Romano, Steve (LF) Cocoa Beach, Fla. Ross, Louie (P) Hancock, Md.

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S Sabot, John (INF) Moundsville, W.Va. 1947-48-49 Saffell, Eric (P-1B) Bluefield, W.Va. 2006-07-08 Salin, Lee (CF) Medford, N.J. 1992-93-94 Sambuco, Clark (OF) Wheeling, W.Va. 2010 Sandri, Drew (DH-1B) Raleigh, N.C. 2001 Satcho, Rick (C) Coraopolis, Pa. 1993-94-95-96 Saunders, Gary (P) Charleston, W.Va. 1960-61-62 Scalli, Arthur (SS-OF) 1936-37-38 Scarcella, Mike (P-OF) Flanders, N.J. 1982-83-84-85 Schaper, Louis (P) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1953-54 Schilansky, Nate (1B) 1939-40-41 Sclieper, Rick (P) Glenshaw, Pa. 1983-84-85 Schmidt, Chris (2B) Lakewood, Ohio 1999-2000-01-02 Schmidt, Mike (C) Bethel Park, Pa. 2006-07 Schriver, A.C. (C) 1902-03 Schubert, Matt (INF) Boca Raton, Fla. 1989-90-91-92 Schultehentich, Don (2B) St. Charles, Mo. 1971-72 Seabol, Scott McKeesport, Pa. 1996 Seabright, Charles (P) Benwood, W.Va. 1940-41 Seafert, Larry (P) Braceville, Ohio 1967-69 Seay (P) 1905-06-07 Seminik, Ted (P) Cairo, W.Va. 1966-67 Semler, Cody (INF) Lake City, Fla. 2014 Senay, Bob (3B-OF) Canonsburg, Pa. 1956-57-58 Serfass, Jake (OF) Fairless Hills, Pa. 2001-02-03-04 Sergent, Jordan (LHP) Chesapeake, Va. 2015 Servello, Dan (CF) Altoona, Pa. 1991 Shad1898 Shaffer, Charles (C) Shinnston, W.Va. 1940-41-42 Shaffer, Homer (OF) Terra Alta, W.Va. 1946-47-48 Shaffer, Howard (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1933-34 Shafer, Rod (P) Rivesville, W.Va. 1957 Shafer, Tom (P-INF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1960-61-62 Shaw, Wes (P) McKee, Pa. 1987-88-89-90 Shearer, Don (OF) Mill Run, Pa. 1969-70 Shelby, Ed (C) 1898-1899 Shelton, Kemper (2B) Huntington, W.Va. 1907-08-09 Shibley, Ravi (SS) Morgantown, W.Va. 1990-91 Shipley, John (P) Annandale, Va. 1974-75-76-77 Shope, Ashley (P) Huntingdon, Pa. 1994-95 Shreve, Benny (SS) Shinnston, W.Va. 1987-88 Shura, Sam (3B) Canyon, W.Va. 1950 Sigman, Jackson (RHP) Austin, Texas 2015-16-17 Simon, Cy (INF-P) 1913-14-15 Simmons, Floyd (LF) Wheeling, W.Va. 1903-04 Simms, Trevor (OF-RHP) Hurst, Texas 2014 Simpson, John (CF) Rossiter, Pa. 1967-68 Sindelar, Larry (INF) Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 1966 Sirk, Thomas (OF) Romney, W.Va. 1958 Sloman, Lou (2B) Hudson, N.Y. 1939-40-41 Slavin, Gerry (SS) Maple Shade, N.J. 1992-93-94 Smarslak, Jack (3B) Uniontown, Pa. 1997-98 Smith, Bill (OF) Charleston, W.Va. 1960-61-62 Smith, Blake (RHP) Tyler, Texas 2015-16 Smith, Don (OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1958 Smith, Derek (P) Barboursville, W.Va. 1999, 2001-02 Smith, Dwayne (C) Fairmont, W.Va. 1998-99-00-01 Smith, Fred (P) Jeannette, Pa. 1968-69-70 Smith, J.L. (SS-RF) 1913-14 Smith, Ken (OF) Pittsburgh, Pa. 1979 Smith, Ken (P) Woodsboro, Md. 1986-87 Smith, Lewis (LF-P) Plum, W.Va. 1900-01-02-03 Smith, Regan Waynesboro, Pa. 2002 Snider, Earl Uniontown, Pa. 1905 Snodgrass, John 1901-02 Snyder, A.G. (2B) 1902 Snyder, Nick (LHP) Marlton, N.J. 2018 Snyder, Steve (LF-C) LeRoy, N.Y. 1974-75-76 Sochacki, Tom (P) Herminie, Pa. 1970-71-72 @WVUBaseball

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T Tallman, Charles (P) Beech Hill, W.Va. Tannehill, Robert (C) Connellsville, Pa. Tarajack, Brian (P) Poland, Ohio Taylor, Denny (P) Mill Run, Pa. Taylor, Kirk (CF) Murrysville, Pa. Teagarden, Lee (3B) Tekavec, Ed (INF) Carmichaels, Pa. Tennant, Richard (LF) Farmington, W.Va. Tezak, Ryan (RHP) Hershey, Pa. Thompson, Bobby (P) Lititz, Pa. Thompson, L.K. (1B) Camp Hill, Pa. Thompson, Marshall (P) Denton, Md. Thorn, Rod (1B) Princeton, W.Va. Thornton, Woody Tiberio, Mike (3B) Masontown, Pa. Titley, Lou (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Tomechko, Tom (2B) United, Pa. Topper, Ted (P) Thomas, W.Va. Totten, Ed (1B) Omar, W.Va. Trail, Grover (OF) Trevisan, Dave (CF) Newton Square, Pa. Tritchler, Richard (OF) Morgantown, W.Va. Troutt, Riley (RHP) Bartow, Fla. Tucker, Bob (C) Morgantown, W.Va. Tucker, David (C) Tuntland, Ryan (3B) Des Plaines, Ill. Tupes, Charles (2B) Morgantown, W.Va. Turkovitch, Mathew (3B) Monongah, W.Va. Twigg, Michael (P) Berkeley Springs, W.Va.

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V Vacheresse, Ed (2B) Triadelphia, W.Va. Vanadale, Fred (LF) Vance, Ross (LHP) McKinney, Texas Vasalani, Dan (INF) McKees Rocks, Pa. Van Gorder, Joe (P) Ithaca, N.Y. Van Zant, Greg (3B) Williamson, W.Va. Vass, T.E. Bluefield, W.Va. Verciglio, Joe (3B-U) Niagara Falls, N.Y. Vest, James (OF) Whitesville, W.Va. Vesuvio, Frank (RHP) Armonk, N.Y. Voithofer, Matt (RHP) Smithfield, Pa.

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Yeager, Lewis (1B) Marlinton, W.Va. Yewieic, Michael Yocum, Tim (3B-DH) Sarasota, Fla. Yost, Jordon MacArthur, W.Va. Young, Christian (RHP) Hamburg, N.Y. Young, Glen (3B-C) Todd, Pa. Yurish, Matt (P) Martinsburg, W.Va.

Z Zaleskie, Joe (P) Morgantown, W.Va. Zarbnisky, Braden (RHP-OF-DH) Marietta, Ga. Zegrea, Nick (2B) Parkersburg, W.Va. Zitel, Andrew (INF) Hillsborough, N.J. Zinaich, Peter (SS) Weirton, W.Va. Zyskowski, Garrett (P) Utica, N.Y.

W Waber, Ed Hinton, W.Va. 1927 Wagener, Rich (P) Linthicum Heights, Md. 1969-70-71 Walls, Jim (P) Leetsdale, Pa. 1981-82-83-84 Walker, Art (P) Morgantown, W.Va. 1932-33 Walker, Fulton (OF) Martinsburg, W.Va. 1979-81 Walker, Harold (LF) Morgantown, W.Va. 1934 Wallace, Bobby (2B) Aliquippa, Pa. 1951-52-53 Wallace, Charles (P) Odd, W.Va. 1964-65-66 Walter, Corey (RHP) Wheeling, W.Va. 2011-12-13-14 Walthall, James (2B) Princeton, W.Va. 1949 Washer, William (RF) Akron, Ohio 1902 Watts, Bobby (SS) Westover, W.Va. 1983-84-85-86 Wayman, C.E. (LF) 1904-05-06-07 Weightman, Eddie (DH-RF) Belle Vernon, Pa. 1998-99-2000 Weik, Apie (SS) 1922-23-24 Weiner, Sigmund (C) Brooklyn, N.Y. 1929-30-31 Wellington, Jack (C) Carmichaels, Pa. 1952-53 Welsh, Dan (P) Waynesboro, Pa. 1994-95-96-97 Wernke, Nick (RHP) Oswego, Ill. 2015-16 Wertz, Jeff (SS) Aspers, Pa. 1978-79 West, Kim (P) St. Albans, W.Va. 1971-72 West, Theron (P) Weston, W.Va. 1959-60 White, Adam (CF) Morrisdale, Pa. 2006-07 White, Brandon (CF) Winter Springs, Fla. 2017-18 Whitecotton, Tom (P) North Linthicum, Md. 1972-73-74-75 Whitlock, Josh (P) Given, W.Va. 2007-08 Whitman, Dick (INF) St. Albans, W.Va. 1968 Whitman, Gordon (INF) St. Albans, W.Va. 1963 Whitmore, Darrell (RF) Front Royal, Va. 1989-90 Widemeyer, Robert (CF) Martinsburg, W.Va. 1921-22 Wilcox (1B) 1918 Wilfong, Larry (RF) Rock Cave, W.Va. 1969-70-71 Willey, Wilbert (OF) Pine Grove, W.Va. 1949 Williams, Lance (CF) Artesia, Calif. 1998-99 Williams, Ryan (P) Elkins, W.Va. 1991-92-93-94 Williamson, Josh (LF) Oley, Pa. 1994-95-96-97 Wilkinson, F.E. 1913 Williams, Fred 1903 Wilson, Brady (2B-OF) Frederick, Md. 2010-11-12-13 Wilson, Dave (P) Keyser, W.Va. 1962-63 Wilson, Jeff (2B) Frederick, Md. 1979-80-81-82 Wilson, L.L. (C) 1908-09 Winthrow, Jan (INF) Uniontown, Pa. 1965-66 Wiltrout, William (OF) Uniontown, Pa. 1950 Wolf1901 Wolfe, Ed (C) Parkersburg, W.Va. 1928-29-30 Wolf, Jackson (LHP) Gahanna, Ohio 2018 Wood, Cody (RHP) Denver, Colo. 2017-18 Wood, Shaun (OF) Arlington, Va. 2014-15-16 Woods, Fulton (P) Princeton, W.Va. 1920-21-22-23 Woolford, Ed (RF) Baltimore, Md. 1977-78 Wooten, Bill (OF) Logan, W.Va. 2006 Wright, Chester (P) Fredonia, N.Y. 1964 Wright, Russell (2B) 1920-21-22-23 Wyant, Fred (1B) Weston, W.Va. 1954 Wyatt, John Shinnston, W.Va. 1910-11 Wylie, H.R. 1908-09-10

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Dr. E. Gordon Gee is one of America’s most prominent higher education leaders, having served as president of some of the most prestigious public and private universities for more than three decades.   When he returned to lead West Virginia University in 2014 as the institution’s 24th president, it was a homecoming of sorts. He was first named WVU president in 1981 at age 36 – at the time, among the youngest persons to ever serve as a university president. He led West Virginia University until 1985 when he went on to presidencies at the University of Colorado (1985-90), Brown University (1998-2000) and Vanderbilt University (2001-07). He served as president of The Ohio State University from 1990-97 and again from 2007-13.  On his return to the Morgantown campus, he said, “This is not a job to me; it is a calling.” His leadership style bears that out as he works tirelessly to advance the University’s land-grant mission and open doors to the American dream.  In one of his latest addresses to the University community, he noted that for 150 years, the institution has been a polar star guiding West Virginians toward a brighter tomorrow. He said, “That is why, in this milestone year, we recommit our University to living the values that drive our work. Serving our students and our state is not just our duty — it is our passion.”  Gee has built a special relationship with the students as well as the state’s citizens, making it a point to visit students where they live, learn and socialize – and visiting all 55 West Virginia counties during his inaugural year – and at least half in subsequent years. Born in Vernal, Utah, Gee graduated from the University of Utah with an honors degree in history and earned his J.D. and Ed.D. degrees from Columbia University. He clerked under Chief Justice David T. Lewis of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals before being named a judicial fellow and staff assistant to the U.S. Supreme Court. In this role, he worked for Chief Justice Warren Burger on administrative and legal problems of the Court and federal judiciary. Gee returned to Utah as an associate professor and associate dean in the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, and was granted full professorship in 1978.   One year later, he became dean of the WVU College of Law, and, in 1981, was named WVU’s 19th president.   Gee has served on several education-governance organizations and committees, including the Big 12 Conference Council of Presidents, the Business Higher Education Forum and the American Association of Universities. He is past chair of the American Council on Education’s Commission on Higher Education Attainment and formerly served as co-chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Energy Advisory Committee. In 2009, King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia invited him to join its international advisory board. In 2009, Time magazine named him one of the top 10 university presidents in the United States.  Gee is currently serving as chair of the Big 12 Board of Directors Executive Committee and is a member of Forward 50, an initiative working toward student equity, success and outcomes. Last summer, working with Department of Commerce and Marshall University officials, he was instrumental in establishing the West Virginia Forward initiative to bring together state and local leaders in providing a blueprint for alignment and focus on solutions for a united and prosperous West Virginia. It quickly developed into a larger effort with policymakers, experts and government officials working together to formulate results-driven policy to help strengthen and diversify all regions of the state. Active in many national professional and service organizations, he is on the executive committee of the National 4-H Council Board of Trustees as well as on the Board of Trustees of the Royal University for Women in Bahrain, with which West Virginia University has a long-standing academic partnership. A recipient of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award, he is an executive board member of Boy Scouts of America. He has also served on the boards for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Limited Brands. In 2011, Gee began serving as secretary on the Board of Directors of Ohio’s economic development program, JobsOhio. In 2011-12, Governor John Kasich asked him to chair the Ohio Higher Education Capital Funding Collaborative and the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission. In December 2012, he began serving on the Columbus Education Commission.

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Gee has received many honorary degrees, awards, fellowships and recognitions over the years. He is a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest science organization. In 1994, Gee received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Utah, as well as from Teachers College of Columbia University. In 2013, he received the ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award and the Outstanding Academic Leader of the Year Award on behalf of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is the co-author of over a dozen books, including his two most recent, “Leading Colleges and Universities” and “Land-Grant Universities for the Future.” He has also authored many papers and articles on law and education. Gee is engaged to Laurie Erickson, leader of the Erickson Foundation. Gee’s daughter, Rebekah, is Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health. In addition to that role, she is a practicing gynecologist and Gratis Faculty at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Dr. Rebekah Gee is married to David Patrón and they have five children.

THE GEE FAMILY

Front from left: Nathan, Elly and Ben Patrón. Back from left: Rebekah Gee, Eva Patrón, E. Gordon Gee, Elizabeth Patrón and David Patrón

E. GORDON GEE and fiancée LAURIE ERICKSON.


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS SHANE LYONS ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

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In his fourth year as the director of athletics at West Virginia University, Shane Lyons has a clear vision for his athletic program. It’s a vision that focuses on the betterment of more than 500 student-athletes and the day-to-day needs that will help them succeed in the classroom and in competition. His open lines of communications have made him a popular role model for WVU athletes, and his honest, fair and caring approach has energized an entire department. Whether it’s regularly scheduled meetings with the student-athletes or his open-door office policy, Lyons has his finger on the pulse of his student-athletes, coaches and staff. His endless energy is devoted to his facilities master plan that will keep West Virginia a strong Power 5 institution and position his department for growth and continued success. Lyons’ facilities master plan isn’t about keeping up with the Joneses, it’s about taking what his department has, improving it and making it complete for the student-athlete. From training, nutrition, medical and competitiveness, Lyons’ vision is for future success, building winning programs and enhancing the overall WVU student-athlete experience. Lyons is about results, and he has already left a great deal of accomplishments in his rear view mirror. He spearheaded and finished more than $100 million in fan enhancements to Milan Puskar Stadium and the WVU Coliseum, broke ground on a $45 million aquatic and track center in Morgantown, completed phase two of Coliseum renovations, bringing the arena up to current ADA seating code, and for the first-time ever, introduced a second video board to Milan Puskar Stadium to provide information and improve fan entertainment. Overseeing 18 varsity sports, a self-sustaining department budget of more than $93 million and 250 employees, Lyons’ leadership has also guided WVU to unparalleled success in the classroom as the department recorded an impressive overall 3.2 GPA in 2018. And, with the student-athlete in mind, he has implemented a Clinical and Sport Psychology unit with a full-time director and professional interns, added specialized learning assistants to the Student-Athlete Development unit and entered into a partnership with WVU Medicine’s Neuroscience Department to assist in the training and recovery of student-athletes, all emphasizing his overall commitment to the well-being and performance student-athletes. Ask him and he’ll tell you it’s not his department, but West Virginia’s department, and he can tell you his vision to improve it not only for the coming year, but for three, five, seven and 10 years down the road. He cares and the proof lies in what he has already accomplished in three years. Additionally, his work with WVU President E. Gordon Gee’s senior leadership team, as well as the Big 12 Conference and other national committees, has brought additional respect and positive exposure to his department and the University. He currently serves on the Big 12 Administration Committee, Finance and Budget Committee and the Game Management and Officiating Subcommittee. In 2018, he chaired the overall athletic directors committee for the Big 12, was named again to the NCAA Division I Council and will serve as chair of the NCAA Division I Football Oversite Committee. He is also on the board of directors for Mylan Park in Morgantown. Lyons came to West Virginia after spending three years as the deputy director of athletics and chief operating officer at Alabama where he worked closely on day-to-day strategic leadership and direction of the Crimson Tide Athletic program. During his time at Alabama, his responsibilities included oversight of a $120 million budget, management of the day-to-day operations of the department and oversight of the Crimson Tide’s 21 sports teams. In addition, he played a pivotal role in a historic renegotiation of Alabama’s multimedia rights agreement that started in 2014 and was involved in several significant capital projects totaling more than $85 million. The Crimson Tide won seven national titles in five different sports during his time there – two in football, two in men’s golf, one in women’s golf, one in gymnastics and one in softball. He also played a critical role in the hiring of four Alabama head coaches. Prior to joining the Alabama staff in November 2011, Lyons spent 10 years as an associate commissioner at the Atlantic Coast Conference. At the ACC, Lyons focused on conference-wide compliance and academic initiatives, providing direct assistance to the conference’s presidents, chancellors and athletics directors in matters dealing with NCAA regulatory matters. In addition, he served as the ACC’s human resource manager and was responsible for the administration, negotiation and mediation of the employee benefits program and managing the conference’s organizational policies and procedures. He was part of the senior administrative team for ACC events, including the football championship game, the men’s basketball tournament and men’s and women’s NCAA basketball events. Prior to working at the ACC, Lyons served as associate athletics director for compliance at Big 12 member Texas Tech from 1998 to 2001. During that time, Lyons assumed responsibility for the leadership, administration and implementation of a

comprehensive NCAA compliance program with emphasis toward rules education and extensive monitoring systems. He also served as oversight administrator for several of the Red Raiders’ athletic teams and had financial and operational supervision of the strength and conditioning, nutritional and sports medicine units. Before joining Texas Tech, Lyons worked at the NCAA for almost 10 years as a senior membership services representative, where he was responsible for the oversight and coordination of rules and interpretations for the 25 membership service representatives and was the staff liaison to various NCAA standing committees. Lyons began his career in college athletics in July 1988 as assistant commissioner of the Big South Conference. With the Big South, he was in charge of conference-wide compliance and championships. A native of Parkersburg, West Virginia, and a graduate of Parkersburg High, Lyons was a standout basketball player for the Big Reds. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sport management from WVU in 1987 and 1988, respectively. Lyons, the University’s 12th athletic director, and his wife, Emily, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, have two children: Cameron and Brooke. Cameron is a member of Terry Bowden’s football team at Akron and Brooke plays volleyball at Morgantown High School. SHANE LYONS THROUGH THE YEARS: 1988-89 Big South Conference (Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Championships) 1989-98 NCAA (Senior Membership Services Representative) 1998-2001 Texas Tech (Associate Athletic Director – Compliance) 2001-11 Atlantic Coast Conference (Associate Commissioner) 2011-15 Alabama (Deputy Director of Athletics/Chief Operating Officer) 2015-present West Virginia (Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President) SHANE LYONS’ NATIONAL COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS 2000-01 Division I Satisfactory Progress Waivers Committee 2004-06 Division I Academics/Eligibility Compliance Cabinet 2004-06 Recruiting Subcommittee (Chair 1 year) 2004-08 Division I Interpretations Committee (Chair 2 years) 2005-07 Legislative Review Committee (Chair 2 years) 2006-08 Division I Management Council 2008-11 Division I Legislative Council (Chair 1 year) 2010-11 Division I Communications and Coordination Committee 2015-18 Big 12 Administration, Finance and Budget Committee 2015-18 Big 12 Game Management and Officiating Subcommittee 2017-18 Big 12 Athletic Directors CouncilChair 2018- Division I Council 2018- Division I Football Oversight CommitteeChair

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MICHAEL FRAGALE

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CONTACT INFORMATION ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

The West Virginia University athletics communications office is located on the second floor of the Coliseum. MAILING ADDRESS

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE West Virginia University PO Box 877 Morgantown, WV 26507-877

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CHARLIE HEALY Assistant Director of Athletics Communications EMAIL: Charles.Healy@mail.wvu.edu AMY SALVATORE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

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