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2010 SPARTAN BASEBALL ROSTER No 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Name Shaun Rutherford Matt Monti Dustin Worthman Rick Shumway Jimmy King Rob Klinck Kyle Cook Devin Harbold Jim Meehan Michael Doran CT Stanley Justin Cohen Courtland Sullivan Nicholas Long Adam Hegedus Steve Tretter Mike Connolly KC Beshore Brian Lusby Jeff Benchich Sean McCann Steve Bonitatibus Chris Frankenfield Joe Doyle Brian Workman Brandon Ullom Jason Christenberry Andy Rosenzweig Joey Couch Tommy Moran Josh Kohn

POS OF OF 2B SS C SS 3B/RHP OF C C 1B C/3B RHP C 2B OF/RHP OF RHP RHP RHP 3B 1B RHP OF RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP

HEAD COACH: Paul Saikia (#25) ASSISTANT COACH: Mike Scappa (#19) ASSISTANT COACH: Dave Ellis (#38) ASSISTANT COACH: Elwood Fake

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Hometown / High School Levittown, N.Y./Island Trees Easton, Pa./Easton Tabernacle, N.J./Seneca Shippensburg, Pa./Shippensburg Area Frederick, Md./Frederick Stanhope, N.J./Lenape Valley Regional Pylesville, Md./North Harford York, Pa./West York Mastic, N.Y./Eastport-South Manor Central Milford, Conn./Jonathan Law Timonium, Md./Calvert Hall College Severn, Md./Old Mill Towson, Md./Loch Raven North Wildwood, N.J./Wildwood Catholic Etters, Pa./Red Land Ephrata, Pa./Ephrata Selden, N.Y./Newfield New Cumberland, Pa./Red Land Prince Frederick, Md./Huntingtown Salt Point, N.Y./Millbrook Smithtown, N.Y./Smithtown Maple Glen, Pa./Upper Dublin Blue Bell, Pa./Wissahickon Stewartstown, Pa./Red Lion Cherry Hill, N.J./Paul VI South Plainfield, N.J./South Plainfield Yoe, Pa./Dallastown Glen Rock, Pa./Susquehannock Ellicott City, Md./Centennial West Islip, N.Y./West Islip Derwood, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder


2010 Spartan Roster......................Inside Front Cover Table of Contents ......................................................1 Spartan Fast Facts ....................................................1 Media Information ....................................................1 2010 Season Preview ............................................2-4 2010 Player Profiles ............................................5-17 Spartan Coaching Staff ......................................18-21 2009 Spartan Statistical Review ........................22-24 Returning Player Career Statistics ....................25-26 2009 CAC Standings ..............................................27 2009 All-CAC Squads ............................................27 Spartan Baseball School Records ......................28-34 Records vs. Opponents............................................35 Spartan Baseball Hall of Famers ............................36 Jaquet Field ............................................................36 York College Overview ................Inside Back Cover Grumbacher Center ......................Inside Back Cover 2010 Baseball Schedule ..........................Back Cover

The 2010 Baseball media guide produced by Scott Guise, York College Sports Information Director. Player profiles written by Zach Clabaugh, Sports Information Student Assistant. Photography by Scott Guise.

SPARTAN fAST fAcTS Location..............................................York, Pennsylvania Founded ..................................................September 1787 Enrollment................................................................4,600 President ......................................Dr. George W. Waldner Conference............................Capital Athletic Conference Affiliation ..........................................NCAA Division III Nickname ............................................................Spartans Colors ..........................................Kelly Green and White Field ..............................................................Jaquet Field Capacity................................................................2,500 Athletic Director..........................................Sean Sullivan Alma Mater ..................Univ. of California-Santa Cruz Associate A.D. ............................................Betsy Witman Alma Mater ........................James Madison University Associate A.D. ................................................Paul Saikia Alma Mater ......................Southern Illinois University Sports Information Dir. ..................................Scott Guise Alma Mater................Bowling Green State University Head Athletic Trainer ....................................Nate Cooke Alma Mater ........................................Messiah College Asst. Athletic Trainer ................................Allison Kunkel Alma Mater..............................................Pitt-Bradford Head Baseball Coach ......................................Paul Saikia Alma Mater ......................Southern Illinois University Asst. Baseball Coach....................................Mike Scappa Alma Mater ..............................................York College Asst. Baseball Coach ........................................Dave Ellis Alma Mater ..............................................York College Asst. Baseball Coach....................................Elwood Fake Alma Mater......................................Temple University Athletic Phone ..........................................(717) 815-6819 Baseball Phone ........................................(717) 815-1245 Paul Saikia Email ..................................psaikia@ycp.edu SID Phone ................................................(717) 815-1394 SID Fax ....................................................(717) 849-1642

mEdiA iNfORmATiON • The York College Sports Information Office requests that any media interested in covering a Spartan baseball game please contact the Sports Information Office prior to game day so that proper materials can be prepared for that media member. • Requests for permission to broadcast must be made at least two weeks prior to the game. The visiting teams will be allowed to broadcast as long as there is a reciprocal agreement allowing Spartan radio to broadcast when York is on the road. • Postgame interviews will be arranged through the respective Sports Information Directors. If a visiting SID is not present, a representative from York College will arrange the visitor’s interviews. The Spartan players will be available ten minutes after the game and can be interviewed on the field or outside the locker room. • Interviews with players or coaches should be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Please allow 24 hours to arrange the interviews. The arrangements will be made for in-person and telephone interviews at a time that is agreeable to both the reporter and athlete. Head coach Paul Saikia is best reached during the mornings. The Sports Information Office phone number is (717) 815-1394.

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The York College baseball squad begins 2010 like it does most seasons: high expectations and a great enthusiasm for the upcoming campaign. York head coach Paul Saikia enters his 23rd campaign at the helm of the Spartans coming off a 28-win season and an NCAA Tournament berth. Saikia welcomes back seven everyday starters and a majority of his pitching staff as the Spartans are geared up to compete for the Capital Athletic Conference championship. That championship carries a new benefit this year as the conference now owns an NCAA Tournament automatic bid for the first time in conference history. The Spartans have a number of versatile players that provide Saikia with the ability to mix and match lineups. It also gives the Spartan mentor exceptional depth for 2010. INFIELD The Spartans have experience all over the infield as all four starters return. Shortstop Rob Klinck begins his third year as a starter while Kyle Cook settles in at third base. Dustin Worthman will hold down second base while CT Stanley begins his second season as the Spartans’ starting first sacker. Senior Rick Shumway will also play a big role in the infield as he can fill in at second, third and short depending on the Spartans’ needs. Klinck hit .312 with 38 runs scored, 19 RBI, 10 doubles, four triples and a pair of home runs last season. He is a steady shortstop with a good arm and range. Klinck is one of the most experienced Spartans with over 300 at-bats in his career. He will likely hit in the lower third of the lineup and gives that part of the order some run production potential. Cook blossomed as a sophomore, hitting .376 with 37 runs scored, 17 RBI, and seven doubles before having his season end early with a wrist injury in the NC Wesleyan game. He will hit in the heart of the lineup as he provides York with the ability to be a key run producer. Cook will also hold down a spot in the Spartan pitching rotation. Worthman played in 34 games as a freshman with time split between the designated hitter role and second base. He will take over full time at second in 2010 and hit at the top of the lineup. He hit a blistering .448 in 96 at-bats with 25 runs scored, three doubles, a triple, and 14 RBI. He had a .500 on-base percentage while he also stole nine bases. Worthman has improved defensively and is a hardnosed player who brings toughness to the Spartan squad. Stanley had a very productive sophomore year as he hit .291 with a team-high nine home runs. He drove in 38 with 29 runs scored and 14 doubles. He has refined his approach at the plate that should provide him the ability to hit for a higher average without losing his power. Stanley started 43 games and owned a .394 on-base percentage. He is slated to hit in the four hole and will have a chance to be a big run producer for the Green and White. Stanley has also become a very reliable first baseman, giving his fellow infielders a big, athletic target at first base. Shumway comes to York from Division II Shippensburg where he was a dynamic offensive player for the Red Raiders. In 2008, Shumway hit .380 with 52 runs scored, 10 doubles, five triples, and a

#2 Matt Monti

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home run. He drove in 39 runs in addition to stealing 21 bases. He is a very versatile infielder that will get playing time at various positions in addition to getting at-bats as the designated hitter. “I like our infield a lot,” says Saikia. “We have experience at every position, both in starting roles and in depth. I would not expect us to be flashy, but I do feel we are solid and steady. I think some of our infielders have grown a lot as leaders on our team as well. That brings stability to a team that I think is very valuable.” Junior Sean McCann provides depth at both corner positions while Adam Hegedus is a backup at second for the Green and White. Steve Bonitatibus also provides depth for the Green and White at first base. OUTFIELD The Spartan outfield brings a good mix of players, as York must replace their lone lost starter in graduated centerfielder Ryan Poff. Senior Matt Monti moves from third base to centerfield where he made a smooth adjustment during the fall season. Monti is a great athlete with exceptional speed that can cover ground in center. He hit .341 with 27 runs scored, 38 RBI, 11 doubles, two triples, and a pair of home runs in 2009. He stole a team-high 13 bases and will likely hit in the two spot for the Green and White. Monti will be flanked in leftfield by senior Mike Connolly and in right by Joe Doyle. Connolly begins his final year in the Green and White as a four-year starter. He hit .320 with 35 runs scored, 31 RBI, 12 doubles, and three home runs. He drew 20 walks in 2009 as he had a .400 on-base percentage. Connolly is in tremendous shape and will have the opportunity to finish among the all-time Spartan offensive leaders with a good season. Connolly has made strides as a defensive player as he boasts an accurate arm in left field. The left-handed hitting Connolly will hit in either the third or fifth hole depending on match ups.

#4 Dustin Worthman

Doyle played in 39 games last year and responded by hitting .319 with 15 runs scored, 15 RBI, 10 doubles and a home run. He should flourish with extended at-bats, as he is an outstanding athlete. Doyle is a tough, competitive player who will likely see most of his plate appearances come from the lower half of the Spartan order. Sophomore Steve Tretter provides Saikia with a great option at any of the three outfield slots. He is a gifted athlete that can really run and throw. He is an aggressive hitter who also could see time out of the bullpen. Junior Devin Harbold provides depth in right and left field while junior Shaun Rutherford also plays in left for York. “Like the infield we have veteran depth at every spot. Monti is new to his position, but I feel he is adjusting well,” states Saikia. “All in all I think we have a good talent and experience in the outfield – physical players with some versatility. PITCHING STAFF The York pitching staff is headlined by senior ace Jason Christenberry. The right-hander is coming off an 8-3 year as he owned a 3.75 ERA in a team-high 84 innings. Christenberry struck out 60 as opponents hit .260 against him. He made 14 starts while he also earned one save out of the pen for York. Christenberry is an aggressive pitcher that works quickly and challenges hitters. He has worked on improving his change up, giving him another weapon to attack his opponents. Junior Andy Rosenzweig returns as York’s number two starter after posting six wins as a sophomore. Rosenzweig made 13 starts and threw 66.2 innings. He has four quality pitches which he can throw consistently for strikes. Rosenzweig is a battler that gives York experience near the top of the rotation. Cook is slated to hold down a spot in the rotation while senior Chris Frankenfield moves to the rotation after spending most of last year throwing out of the pen. Cook earned three wins and five saves last year. Cook spent most of last year doing his pitching as the closer but this year he slides into the rotation. There is a possibility of him moving back into the closer role if needed by Saikia. Frankenfield had a great junior year as he went 3-2 with a 3.09 ERA in 46.2 innings. He is a competitive and intelligent pitcher who battles and doesn’t beat himself with walks. Frankenfield made 18 appearances with five starts late in the year as he provides York with another experienced arm in the rotation.

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Saikia has a group of four right-handers who provide him spot starters or long bullpen relievers. Sophomores K.C. Beshore and Tom Moran join freshmen Brian Lusby and Joey Couch as candidates for joining the rotation. Beshore went 4-1 in 16 appearances and six starts last year while Moran made six appearances last year. Lusby is a promising first-year Spartan that could make an impact as a freshman. Couch is a hard thrower that also has the ability to impact the York fortunes. The Spartans have a core of six pitchers that will likely pitch exclusively out of the bullpen. Senior Jeff Benchich and sophomore Brandon Ullom will be joined by the freshmen foursome of Tretter, Courtland Sullivan, Brian Workman, and Josh Kohn in the pen. Benchich tossed 16.1 innings last year and will be counted on to provide leadership at the back end of the pen. Ullom threw limited innings as a freshman but has worked hard to make himself into a factor for York. Tretter, Sullivan, and Workman are three righthanders that will get chances to contribute from the pen. Kohn is the lone lefty on the Spartan staff in 2010. “As the team is in most aspects, we have a tested core on the mound,” comments Saikia. “We should be able to start every game with a pitcher we feel can provide the team a good chance to win. We have some gifted young pitchers as well—getting a little bit out of each of them will be the difference in whether we have legitimate depth or not. I view them as our wild card. No pun intended.” CATCHING The Spartans are in good hands behind the dish. Senior Jim Meehan comes back as the starter for the Green and White. Meehan is an outstanding defensive catcher who blossomed as the starter last year. Meehan hit .268 with 13 RBI and 10 runs scored but the coaching staff expects him to improve after a good fall campaign that saw him hit the ball with authority all over the field. Four freshmen provide Meehan with capable back up. Justin Cohen is on track to be Meehan’s main understudy. Cohen is a vocal, aggressive player who could also get some designated hitter at-bats throughout the season. Nicholas Long, Jimmy King, and Michael Doran give the coaching staff an outstanding core of young and talented catchers that provide York with a bright future behind the plate. “We have an unusual assembly of catchers this year - a senior with a ton of experience and group of fresh-

men who are talented but certainly still in the development stage. My goal this year is to get as much as we can from Jimmy and then look for every opportunity we can to get the freshmen some experience,” states the Spartan mentor. Saikia is excited to get out on the field with his team. “I think we have a chance to be a serious contender in the CAC and the South Region. We scratched and clawed our way through last season. Hopefully our returners can feed on that experience and play a year more matured. I’m curious to see what we can get from some of our younger guys. If our veterans play like veterans and we get a reasonable contribution from our bench, we could be pretty good,” remarks Saikia. Much like all Spartan baseball seasons, the Green and White face a tough regular season slate in preparation for the CAC Tournament and NCAA Tournament play. “The CAC gaining an AQ will definitely raise the intensity level of our conference season and tournament. Not to say that it was ever lacking, but it’s going to be an all-out war now. Every game we play this year will be counted by the NCAA as a regional game, so there really is no letup. It’s going to be a long, hard battle,” says Saikia. The Spartans open their 2010 schedule on February 26 when they travel to Atlanta, Georgia to participate in the Emory University Rawlings Southern Classic. York plays four games in the tournament before playing at Randolph-Macon on March 2 on the way home from Atlanta. The Spartans are scheduled to open their home season on March 5 against Mary Washington.

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2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES #1 SHAUN RUTHERfORd

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OUTfiELd SOPHOmORE

LEViTTOWN, NY iSLANd TREES

Shaun Rutherford begins his sophomore year in the Green and White looking to forge his way into the Spartan lineup after seeing limited time as a freshman. Rutherford played in seven games in which he hit .400, with two hits, and an RBI in 2009. He has shown excellent potential in the outfield while he has quick hands at the plate. A solid, strong athlete, Rutherford is a steady player who could work to earn at-bats as the season progresses. Rutherford is the son of Robert and Lynn Rutherford and is a sport management major.

#2 mATT mONTi OUTfiELd SENiOR

EASTON, PA EASTON

Matt Monti begins his final season in the Green and White in a new position for the Spartans. Monti was York’s third baseman last year but will patrol centerfield after the graduation of Ryan Poff. The move allows Monti to utilize his outstanding athletic ability. He has a strong arm and great range as he adapted well to the position change in the fall. In 2009, Monti started in 39 games, hitting .341 with 38 RBI, 13 stolen bases, and two home runs. Monti is the son of Ken and Christine Monti and is a sport management major.

#4 dUSTiN WORTHmAN SEcONd BASE SOPHOmORE

TABERNAcLE, NJ SENEcA

Dustin Worthman enters his second year in the Spartan Green and White looking to be a threat to the opposing pitchers in 2010. Worthman who played in 34 games, in which he started 21 in his first collegiate season, hit .453 with nine stolen bases and is a spectacular table setter as he had an on-base percentage of .505. He has worked hard defensively as he strives to be a complete player for the Spartans. Worthman likely see most of his at-bats come at or near the top of the York lineup. Worthman is a secondary educationmath major and the son of Charlie and Linda Worthman.


iNfiELd SENiOR

SHiPPENSBURG, PA SHiPPENSBURG AREA

Rick Shumway joins the Spartan as a senior after transferring into the York program. Shumway is a talented player that could bring value all the way around the infield. Shumway hit .301 in which he played in 46 games as a collegiate junior. Shumway added 43 hits, 21 RBI, two home runs, and six stolen bases during his successful 2008 season. Shumway could see significant time in the infield or get at-bats as the designated hitter for the Spartans. He is a player with significant offensive abilities and soft hands defensively. Shumway is the son of Richard and Beverly Shumway and is an accounting major.

#6 JimmY KiNG cATcHER fRESHmAN

fREdERicK, md fREdERicK

Jimmy King begins his initial collegiate season looking to compete for playing time as catcher for the Green and White. King, a native of Frederick, Maryland, is a highly competitive athlete that has bright future for the Spartan program. He is a left-handed hitter that has shown flashes of potential during the fall season. King is the son of Bob and Sandy King and is an undeclared major.

#7 ROB KLiNcK SHORTSTOP JUNiOR

STANHOPE, NJ LENAPE VALLEY REGiONAL

Rob Klinck enters his junior year in the Spartan Green and White as a very experienced player. Klinck has nearly 300 career at-bats in 77 starts. He hit .312 with 19 RBI, 10 doubles, four triples, and two home runs. Klinck drew 19 walks and owned a .385 on-base percentage. He is a very steady player who will see most of his time at shortstop in 2010 while he will likely hit in the middle to lower third of the Spartan lineup. Klinck has steady hands, a good arm, and the ability to make the routine plays for the Spartans at short. Klinck is the son of Bob and Laurie Klinck and is a secondary education-social studies major.

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THiRd BASE / RHP JUNiOR

PYLESViLLE, md NORTH HARfORd

Kyle Cook is another seasoned veteran on the Spartan squad as he returns for his third year in the Green and White. Cook started in 34 games last year for the Spartans hitting .376 with 37 runs scored, 17 RBI and an on-base percentage of .420. Cook has also helped the Spartans on the mound as he made 17 appearances and one start in 2009. He recorded five saves in 31 innings pitched as he struck out 36. Cook will play third base, hit in the heart of the lineup while also seeing time on the mound in 2010. Cook is the son of Bob and Robin Cook and is a marketing major.

#9 dEViN HARBOLd OUTfiELd JUNiOR

YORK, PA WEST YORK

Devin Harbold begins his third year in the Green and White looking to forge his way into the Spartan lineup after seeing limited time in his two years on the team. Harbold is a gifted athlete as he possesses speed, strength, and a good arm. Harbold has started in nine of his 26 career games. He has recorded 10 RBI with a slugging percentage of .467 for his career. Harbold has the ability to see at-bats from both the outfield and as a designated hitter. Harbold is an information systems major and the son of Larry Harbold and Kristina Stough.

#10 Jim mEEHAN cATcHER SENiOR

mASTic, NY EASTPORT-SOUTH mANOR cENTRAL

Meehan enters his final year in the Green and White as an on-field leader of the Spartans from his position behind the plate. Meehan blossomed last year in his first full year as the Spartan starter. He is an excellent defensive catcher with a very good arm which should put the program in a excellent spot behind the dish. Meehan worked very hard this fall on his offensive game adding some power that should make him a dangerous hitter in the eight hole of the Spartan lineup. Offensively, Meehan hit .268 in 71 at-bats last year, numbers the coaching staff expects to improve in 2010. Meehan is the son of Jim and Marlene Meehan and is a business administration major.


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miLfORd, cT JONATHAN LAW

Michael Doran looks to begin his collegiate career in the Green and White in 2010. Doran comes to the York College program from Milford, CT where he attended Jonathan Law High School. Doran is a solid fundemental catcher with a strong arm. He puts himself in the proper position behind the plate and is a very hard worker for York. Doran has been making the offensive adjustment to the collegiate game and the coaching staff has been pleased with his progress. Doran is the son of Michael Doran and is a history major.

#13 c.T. STANLEY fiRST BASE JUNiOR

TimONiUm, md cALVERT HALL cOLLEGE

C.T. Stanley begins his junior campaign as a cornerstone of the Spartan lineup in 2010. Stanley, who will bat cleanup in the Spartan order, has made dramatic strides as a defensive first baseman. Stanley started in all 43 games last year and hit nine home runs last year. Stanely hopes to improve his .291 batting average with a refined approach that should see his average improve without a drop-off in power. Defensively, he is a big target for his fellow infielders as he has soft hands and good footwork. Stanley is a business administration major and the son of Ken Stanley and Glori Brennan.

#14 JUSTiN cOHEN cATcHER / THiRd BASE fRESHmAN

SEVERN, md OLd miLL

Justin Cohen joins the Spartan program from Old Mill High in Severn, Maryland. A very vocal, aggressive, versatile athlete, Cohen should see split time behind the plate as well seeing some at-bats as the designated hitter. Behind the plate, he will likely be the top backup to starter Jim Meehan as he is the most advanced of the freshman catchers. At the plate, he brings great potential to the Spartan lineup with an aggressive aproach to each at-bat. Cohen is the son of Kiz Cohen and is a finance major.

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PiTcHER fRESHmAN

TOWSON, md LOcH RAVEN

Courtland Sullivan comes to York College from Loch Raven High School in Towson, Maryland. Sullivan, who is rehabbing from a summer labrum surgery, hopes to earn some innings from the bullpen once he is fully recovered from his procedure. Sullivan has good physical potential and should be a good fit for the Spartans on the mound. Sullivan is the son of Steve and Marcy Sullivan and is a sports management major.

#17 NicHOLAS LONG cATcHER fRESHmAN

NORTH WiLdWOOd, NJ WiLdWOOd cATHOLic

Nicholas Long comes to the Spartan program from North Wildwood, New Jersey. Long is a very talented player that could have the opportunity to contribute to the program as a freshman. Long has excellent overall tools, both offensively and defensively. Behind the plate, Long is a good receiver with an understanding of the game while he also throws well. At the plate, Long is an excellent hitter with the ability to hit for a good average. Long is the son of Doug and Regina Long and is an accounting major.

#18 AdAm HEGEdUS SEcONd BASE SOPHOmORE

ETTERS, PA REd LANd

Adam Hegedus begins his sophmore year in the Green and White looking to forge his way into the Spartan lineup after seeing limited time as a freshman. The Spartan coaching staff has decided to move Hegedus to second base where they feel he is better suited for his ability. Hegedus showed potential last year, proving that he is a solid line-drive hitter which he may showcase from the DH position as well. He had three RBI and four hits as a freshman with an onbase percentage of .467. Hegedus is a business administration major and the son of Patricia Hegedus.


OUTfiELd / RHP SOPHOmORE

EPHRATA, PA EPHRATA

Steve Tretter begins his initial Spartan season looking to push for playing time in the outfield as well as from the bullpen. Tretter transferred to the Spartan program as a sophomore as he played high school baseball for former Spartan Eric Martin. He is a good athlete who can run and hit and will likely work himself into the York lineup. Tretter can play all three outfield spots in addition to bringing experience to the mound. He is an aggressive hitter that hits to all fields with power. Tretter is an accounting major and the son of Doug and Kathy Tretter.

#21 miKE cONNOLLY OUTfiELd SENiOR

SELdEN, NY NEWfiELd

Mike Connolly enters his final season in the Spartan Green and White in the best physical shape of his career. Connolly will hit in the middle of the Spartan order in 2010 and will play left while also getting at-bats as the designated hitter. He is a line drive hitter than can spray the ball all over the yard. For his career, he has hit .346 in 128 games with 463 at bats, 160 hits, 28 doubles, 7 homeruns, 76 RBI, and an on base percentage of .451. Connolly is a secondary education-social studies major and is the son of Frank and Ruth Connolly.

Jason Christenberry delivers a pitch in the nCAA  Tournament game vs. nC Wesleyan

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2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES #20 STEVE TRETTER

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2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES #22 Kc BESHORE

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PiTcHER SOPHOmORE

NEW cUmBERLANd, PA REd LANd

KC Beshore enters his second season doning the Green and White in which he gained six starts as a freshman. Beshore has three quality pitches that will be used as he sees time in the bullpen as well as the starting rotation in 2010. Beshore has a good mound presence and doesn’t get rattled by difficult situations. He went 4-1 with a 4.98 ERA in his freshman campaign in 34.1 innings and 22 total strikeouts. Beshore is a finance major and is the son of Jed and Sue Beshore.

#23 BRiAN LUSBY PiTcHER fRESHmAN

PRiNcE fREdERicK, md HUNTiNGTOWN

Brian Lusby comes to the Spartan Program from Huntingtown High School in Prince Frederick, Maryland. The right hander has the potential to be a major factor for the Spartans in 2010. Lusby is projected to see time in the bullpen with the potential of drawing some spot starts for the Green and White during the season. Lusby has good command of his four pitches as he works down consistently. Lusby is a sport management major and the son of Jim and Lori Lusby. Senior catcher Jim Meehan


2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES PiTcHER SENiOR

SALT POiNT, NY miLLBROOK

Jeff Benchich enters his final year in the Green and White with experience from the bullpen. Benchich, the nephew of former Spartan standout Jon Benchich, is a competitive right-handed pitcher that throws a very heavy ball, getting a high rate of ground balls. Benchich is slated to see most of his innings toward the back end of the bullpen. Benchich has good mound presence and composure as he struck out 12 in 16.1 innings of work last year. Benchich is a business administration major and is the son of Jeff Benchich and Carol Sapienza.

#26 SEAN mccANN fiRST/THiRd BASE JUNiOR

SmiTHTOWN, NY SmiTHTOWN

Sean McCann enters his second season with the Green and White as he looks to work his way into the Spartan lineup. McCann provides the Spartans with outstanding depth at both first and third base and could see time at both positions this season. An aggressive player, McCann had six hits, three RBI and a slugging percentage of .818 in 11 at bats in his 2009 campaign. He is a player that has worked hard to refine his approach at the plate as the coaches are happy with his progress. McCann is the son of Linda McCann and is a marketing major.

#27 STEVE BONiTATiBUS fiRST BASE JUNiOR

mAPLE GLEN, PA UPPER dUBLiN

Steve Bonitatibus enters his third season as a member of the Spartan infield. He earned his spot on the squad after making it as a walk-on in 2008. He has played in three games in his collegiate career in which he has notched two hits and a RBI in a pair of at-bats. He is a hard worker that brings a very positive attitude to the Spartan squad. Bonitatibus is the son of Gary and Karen Bonitatibus and is a sport management major.

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2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES #28 cHRiS fRANKENfiELd

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PiTcHER SENiOR

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BLUE BELL, PA WiSSAHicKON

Chris Frankenfield begins his final year in the Spartan Green and White as a key member of the Spartan pitching staff. Frankenfield emerged last year with five key starts in which he went 3-2 with a 3.09 ERA. Frankenfield is a smart and dependable pitcher, as he has logged 82.2 inning in his career. He blossomed last year as he came out of the pen before sliding into the rotation late in the season. He does an outstanding job of mixing speeds and keeping opponents off balance. Frankenfield is a business administration major and the son of Mark and Sharon Frankenfield.

#30 JOE dOYLE OUTfiELd JUNiOR

STEWARTSTOWN, PA REd LiON

Joe Doyle enters his junior year as an outfielder with considerable game experience. Doyle played in 39 games in the 2009 season in which he started 25 while hitting a .319 with 30 hits, 15 RBI, and a home run. Doyle has proven to the Spartan program that he is a hard-nosed competitor and one of the best athletes on the Spartan squad. He is a versatile outfielder that can play all three outfield spots. Doyle will likely see himself batting in the number six position as he has potential to hit for both power and average. Doyle is the son of Pat and Arlene Doyle and is a criminal justice major.

Senior pitcher Chris frankenfield


2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES PiTcHER fRESHmAN

cHERRY HiLL, NJ PAUL Vi

Brian Workman begins his first year in the Green and White as he comes to York from Cherry Hill, New Jersey where he attended Paul VI High School. Workman will likely see his time from the bullpen in his 2010 campaign. Workman has good command of his pitches as he consistently works down in the zone. He has potential as he can get much stronger which could make him a significant factor for York as his career progresses. Workman is the son of Jim and Susan Workman and is a marketing major.

#32 BRANdON ULLOm PiTcHER SOPHOmORE

SOUTH PLAiNfiELd, NJ SOUTH PLAiNfiELd

Brandon Ullom enters his second season as a member of the Spartan bullpen. Ullom gained experience in his freshman campaign as he made eight appearances pitching for a total of 12.2 innings. Ullom has the potential to be an impact pitcher for the Spartans. He is tough for his opponents to pick up with a low arm slot. He features a good fastball and a rapidly developing changeup. Ullom hopes to improve his numbers from last year and help the Spartans out of the pen this year. Ullom is the son of Kurt and Carol Ullom and is a criminal justice major.

#33 JASON cHRiSTENBERRY PiTcHER SENiOR

YOE, PA dALLASTOWN

Jason Christenberry begins his final season in the Spartan Green and White with an impressive resume through the first three years of his career. Christenberry ended last season with an 8-3 record with a 3.75 ERA in which he pitched 84 innings. For his career, Christenberry has struck out a total of 145 batters, pitched 218 innings, made 42 appearances in which he had two saves and an overall record of 16-10. Christenberry is a very competitive pitcher that challenges hitters with his outstanding fastball and array of breaking pitches. Christenberry is an accounting major and is the son of Joey and Cindy Christenberry.

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#31 BRiAN WORKmAN

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2010 SPARTAN PLAYER PROfiLES #34 ANdY ROSENzWEiG

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PiTcHER JUNiOR

GLEN ROcK, PA SUSQUEHANNOcK

Andy Rosenzweig enters his junior year as a key member of the Spartan rotation. He made 13 starts and 15 appearances last year as he won six games in his 66.2 innings of work. Rosenzweig is a four-pitch pitcher as he can spot any of the four for strikes. He does a great job working out of trouble and is very composed on the mound. He is slated to hold down the number two spot in the Spartan rotation in 2010. Rosenzweig is the son of Steve and Kelly Rosenzweig and is an accounting major.

#35 JOEY cOUcH PiTcHER fRESHmAN

ELLicOTT ciTY, md cENTENNiAL

Joey Couch enters his first year in the Spartan program looking to work hard and make the adjustment to the collegiate game. Couch is a talented right-handed pitcher that is a hard thrower and is continuing to refine his off-speed pitches as he strives to be a complete pitcher. He has shown the coaching staff that he has good mound presence and should provide the Spartan pitching staff with the ability to throw out of the pen. Couch is an accounting major and the son of Michael and Barbara Couch. Senior catcher Jim Meehan (l) and junior pitcher Andy Rosenzweig


PiTcHER WEST iSLiP, N.Y. SOPHOmORE WEST iSLiP Tommy Moran enters his second year as an improved pitcher for the Spartans. Moran saw limited time as a freshman, throwing just 9.1 innings in 2009. Moran has matured since last season and could be a significant go-to guy in the 2010 season when called from the bullpen. Moran uses his fastball as well as a breaking ball that enables him to challenge opponents and get strikeouts. He did record 12 punchouts in his limited innings on the hill. Moran is a business administration major and is the son of Barry and Mary Jane Moran.

#37 JOSH KOHN PiTcHER fRESHmAN

dERWOOd, md mAGRUdER

Josh Kohn comes to York College from Derwood, Maryland. Kohn is a talented left-handed pitcher that will have the opportunity to prove himself by pitching from the bullpen in his freshman campaign. Kohn has impressed the coaching staff and team as a hard worker that owns a drive and determination. Kohn is the son of Lynette Kohn and is an entrepreneurship major.

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2010 SpARTAn CoAChing STAff


SPARTAN cOAcHiNG STAff

PAUL SAiKiA 23Rd SEASON (476-349-4) Paul Saikia enters his 23rd year as head baseball coach at York College of Pennsylvania. He has elevated the Spartan program to one of the most respected in the region, if not the nation. Saikia has led his Spartans to three Capital Athletic Conference championships during his tenure at York. The Spartans have also made eight NCAA Tournament appearances under the guidance of Saikia. In 1991, the Spartans won the Capital Athletic Conference championship and made their first trip to the NCAA in eight years. As the number one seed in the Mid-Atlantic region, York finished the campaign with a then school record 28 wins in 39 games. Saikia’s 1992 squad earned another trip to the NCAA tournament with a 27 win season while the skipper earned Capital Athletic Conference Coach-of-the-Year honors. After a two-year absence, the Spartans returned to the NCAA Tournament in both 1995 and 1996. The 1996 season also included York’s second Capital Athletic Conference championship and Saikia’s second Coach-of-the-Year selection. The Spartans captured their third CAC championship in 1999 and Saikia earned his third conference Coach-of-the-Year award. The 2002 season saw the Spartans reach new heights as they recorded a school-record 34 wins en route to a second-place finish in the WinstonSalem Regional. The Spartans finished the campaign ranked 16th in the nation, the highest finish ever for a Spartan squad. The Spartans made their sixth NCAA Tournament appearance under Saikia’s guidance in 2004. Saikia picked up his 400th career win on March 7, 2006, when the Spartans defeated Dickinson

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HEAd cOAcH

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SPARTAN cOAcHiNG STAff

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College 14-1. He now owns a career record of 476-3494. In 2007, the Spartans made another NCAA Tournament appearance as the Green and White accumulated 32 wins for the season. After a subpar 2008 campaign, the Spartans rebounded with a 28-win THE SPARTANS EARNEd A TRiP TO THE 2009 campaign which earned NcAA diViSiON iii SALiSBURY REGiONAL them an eighth trip to the NCAA Tournament. Saikia, his assistants, and his players continue to put a wealth of energy into York’s well-respected program. An obvious area of attention is the Spartans’ home, Jaquet Field, which was renovated after the 2001 season, making it one of the finest facilities on the East Coast. Saikia is a native of Chicago, Illinois. In 1985, he graduated from Southern Illinois University where he earned his bachelor of arts degree while pitching for the “Salukis” on a baseball scholarship. Saikia also serves as an associate athletic director at YCP, a position he assumed in July of 2001. Saikia resides in York with his wife, Kandi.

ASSiSTANT cOAcH

ELWOOd fAKE 23Rd SEASON

Woody Fake enters his 23rd season with the Spartans in 2010. Coach Fake coordinates the Spartans’ recruiting efforts, acts as the official scorer at Jaquet Field, and handles contact with professional scouts. Fake received his bachelor’s degree from Millersville University in 1958 and his master’s degree from Temple in 1962. He spent 30 years as an elementary school teacher before retiring. He makes his home in York. Fake is an avid Spartan basketball fan as he can be spotted at a number of Spartan sporting events throughout the year.


SPARTAN cOAcHiNG STAff

miKE ScAPPA 13th SEASON

Mike Scappa enters his 13th season as an assistant coach and his 17th as a part of the York College Spartan baseball program. Scappa was a four-year starter as a switch-hitting catcher from 1995-1998. Scappa coaches first base while working closely with the team’s hitters and catchers. Scappa has accumulated a wealth of baseball knowledge during his playing career that included high school baseball at tradition-filled Gloucester Catholic High School in southern New Jersey. He played summer ball for the Brooklawn American Legion that is perennially considered one of the best in the nation. While wearing the Green and White of York College, Scappa accomplished as much as any team leader in program history. A two-time captain of the team, Scappa hit for a career average of .305 and was twice named to the All-CAC squad. He made two trips to the NCAA Tournament and won one CAC championship. Scappa graduated from York College in 1998 with his bachelor’s degree in history. He earned his master’s degree in educational leadership from York College in 2007. Scappa resides in York with his wife, Heather, and their son, Carter.

ASSiSTANT cOAcH

dAVE ELLiS 1ST SEASON

Dave Ellis returns to the Spartan program as he joins the coaching staff after a stellar four year career. Ellis’ name is all over the Spartan record book after pitching for the Green and White. He ranks second all time in career wins (25), fifth in appearances (46), third in strikeouts (173), and second in innings pitched (253.2). He also ranks among single season leaders as he twice won eight games in a season, matching the third best season all-time. He also threw one of York’s nine nohitters as he completed the feat on May 10, 2003, at Pitt-Bradford. Ellis struck out nine in his gem. Ellis brings a determined work ethic to the Spartan staff. He will be responsible for working with the pitching staff, aiding in recruiting and managing all aspects of the Spartans’ strength and conditioning efforts. Ellis is a certified strength and conditioning professional as he holds an ISSA certification. He resides in York.

STUdENT mANAGER

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mATT fUcALORO 1ST SEASON

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2009 SpARTAn STATiSTiCAl RevieW


Player Dustin Worthman Ryan Poff Rob Andrews Kyle Cook Matt Monti Joe Doyle Mike Connolly Rob Klinck C.T. Stanley Matt Austin Jim Meehan Sean McCann Patrick Mullen Dylan Martin Shaun Rutherford Scott Livengood Ryan Woods Adam Hegedus Chris Young Mark Miloski Devin Harbold Ben Henry Steve Bonitatibus Totals Opponents

AVG .453 .431 .384 .376 .341 .330 .322 .314 .291 .268 .268 .545 .500 .429 .400 .400 .389 .333 .302 .276 .273 .000 .000 .346 .287

GPGS 34 21 44 43 34 27 34 34 39 39 39 25 43 43 44 44 43 43 30 24 29 23 8 2 4 0 5 0 7 0 5 0 14 2 7 1 23 13 20 7 12 6 1 0 1 0 44 44 44 44

AB 95 174 99 125 138 94 152 169 148 71 71 11 2 7 5 5 18 12 43 29 22 0 0 1490 1483

R 25 45 20 37 27 15 35 38 28 14 10 3 1 1 4 2 8 2 9 11 7 0 0 342 257

H 43 75 38 47 47 31 49 53 43 19 19 6 1 3 2 2 7 4 13 8 6 0 0 516 425

2B 3B 3 1 24 0 3 0 7 0 11 2 10 0 12 0 10 4 14 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 106 13 97 6

HR 0 6 1 0 2 1 3 2 9 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 28 22

RBI 14 55 23 17 38 15 31 19 38 18 13 3 2 2 1 1 4 3 5 4 6 0 0 312 222

TB 48 117 44 54 68 44 70 77 84 27 28 9 3 3 2 2 10 4 19 10 9 0 0 732 600

SLG% .505 .672 .444 .432 .493 .468 .461 .456 .568 .380 .394 .818 1.500 .429 .400 .400 .556 .333 .442 .345 .409 .000 .000 .491 .405

BB HBP 8 3 13 5 13 0 7 4 12 1 4 1 20 3 19 2 21 5 14 3 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 3 0 6 0 6 0 5 0 1 0 1 0 162 31 133 28

SO GDP OB% 7 2 .505 11 2 .474 7 3 .455 11 4 .420 15 2 .385 11 0 .360 26 2 .402 34 4 .387 38 3 .394 16 3 .400 7 0 .312 0 0 .583 1 0 .667 1 0 .429 1 0 .500 1 0 .500 7 0 .478 1 1 .467 9 0 .380 10 0 .400 4 0 .407 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 218 26 .415 264 16 .354

SF 1 4 0 2 5 1 4 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 24 13

SH 3 0 2 10 1 1 4 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 27 22

SB 9 8 4 4 13 1 1 8 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 56 32

ATT 11 9 5 7 15 6 2 9 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 76 51

PO 38 90 108 70 26 49 50 55 350 0 147 2 0 17 1 1 23 1 25 9 5 1 4 1084 1065

A 27 3 15 81 78 2 0 130 8 1 16 6 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 445 456

E FLD% 9 .878 3 .969 4 .969 6 .962 22 .825 3 .944 2 .962 17 .916 8 .978 0 1.000 5 .970 0 1.000 0 .000 1 .947 0 1.000 3 .500 0 1.000 2 .714 0 1.000 1 .909 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 96 .941 65 .959

LOB - Team (327), Opp (339). DPs turned - Team (22), Opp (38). CI - Team (1), Meehan 1. IBB - Team (2), Poff 1, Connolly 1, Opp (2). Picked off - Poff 2, Monti 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player Jake Hughes Chris Frankenfield Jason Christenberry Andy Rosenzweig K.C. Beshore Kyle Cook Matt Austin Damian Bertuzzi Jeff Benchich Rob Harrington Matt Monti Brandon Ullom Tom Moran Totals Opponents

ERA 2.59 3.09 3.75 4.86 4.98 5.23 1.00 4.50 5.51 6.30 9.00 9.24 12.54 4.63 7.43

W 1 3 8 6 4 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 28 16

L 0 2 3 6 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 16 28

APP 16 18 15 15 16 17 2 5 13 10 1 8 6 44 44

GS 2 5 14 13 6 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 44 44

CG 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4

SHO CBO 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 4 0 0

SV 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 6

IP 24.1 46.2 84.0 66.2 34.1 31.0 9.0 6.0 16.1 20.0 1.0 12.2 9.1 361.1 355.0

H R 19 14 49 27 86 48 87 46 42 21 37 22 12 2 5 8 21 11 25 19 1 2 23 21 18 16 425 257 516 342

ER 7 16 35 36 19 18 1 3 10 14 1 13 13 186 293

BB 15 14 32 14 14 8 3 3 7 9 1 6 7 133 162

SO 25 26 60 38 22 36 6 9 12 8 0 10 12 264 218

2B 3B 6 1 10 0 24 0 17 2 10 1 9 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 4 1 0 0 6 0 5 1 97 6 106 13

HR 1 2 4 3 2 3 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 22 28

AB 92 186 331 281 139 127 35 24 68 86 3 64 47 1483 1490

B/Avg .207 .263 .260 .310 .302 .291 .343 .208 .309 .291 .333 .359 .383 .287 .346

WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 4 4 4 0 3 6 1 4 2 2 4 0 4 0 1 3 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 4 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 23 28 2 13 22 42 31 2 24 27

PB - Team (9), Andrews 6, Meehan 3, Opp (22). Pickoffs - Team (10), Cook 2, Christenberr 2, Hughes 1, Moran 1, Harrington 1, Benchich 1, Frankenfield 1, Rosenzweig 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Meehan (22-29), Andrews (10-20), Rosenzweig (7-13), Christenberry (7-11), Hughes (6-8), Beshore (5-7), Frankenfield (2-5), Cook (3-3), Harrington (1-2), Benchich (1-1), Austin (0-1).

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2009 GAmE-BY-GAmE RESULTS

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Game date ! Feb 20, 2009 ! Feb 20, 2009 ! Feb 21, 2009 ! Feb 22, 2009 # Mar 1, 2009 # Mar 2, 2009 # Mar 3, 2009 # Mar 4, 2009 * Mar 6, 2009 * Mar 7, 2009 * Mar 7, 2009 Mar 9, 2009 * Mar 11, 2009 Mar 16, 2009 Mar 18, 2009 * Mar 20, 2009 * Mar 21, 2009 * Mar 21, 2009 * Mar 25, 2009 * Mar 29, 2009 * Mar 29, 2009 Mar 31, 2009 * Apr 2, 2009 * Apr 4, 2009 * Apr 4, 2009 * Apr 7, 2009 * Apr 7, 2009 * Apr 8, 2009 * Apr 11, 2009 * Apr 11, 2009 $ Apr 16, 2009 $ Apr 17, 2009 $ Apr 18, 2009 Apr 22, 2009 Apr 23, 2009 Apr 25, 2009 Apr 26, 2009 Apr 26, 2009 Apr 27, 2009 Apr 29, 2009 May 2, 2009 ^ May 13, 2009 ^ May 14, 2009 ^ May 15, 2009

Opposing team vs Greensboro at Emory at Oglethorpe at Piedmont vs Catholic vs Eastern vs Eastern vs Catholic at Gallaudet GALLAUDET GALLAUDET MESSIAH SALISBURY ELIZABETHTOWN GETTYSBURG ST. MARY'S (MD.) at St. Mary's (Md.) at St. Mary's (Md.) STEVENSON at Salisbury at Salisbury LEBANON VALLEY at Wesley WESLEY WESLEY at Stevenson at Stevenson at Mary Washington MARY WASHINGTON MARY WASHINGTON ST. MARY'S (MD.) STEVENSON at Salisbury at Franklin & Marshall JOHNS HOPKINS at NC Wesleyan at Christopher Newport at Christopher Newport at DeSales at Montclair St. at Ferrum vs NC Wesleyan vs Shenandoah vs Wash. & Jeff.

!= Rawlings Southern Classic - Atlanta, Ga. # = Myrtle Beach, S.C. * = Capital Athletic Conference Game $ = Capital Athletic Conference Tournament ^ = NCAA Division III Salisbury Regional () extra inning game

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Score 8-9 3-17 12-7 3-1 19-8 20-0 12-3 9-4 27-0 10-3 10-3 5-2 7-4 9-2 11-6 6-2 3-2 5-3 5-6 6-30 6-7 4-0 6-2 5-6 6-1 11-9 3-9 6-4 4-1 11-7 6-0 11-16 4-5 10-5 11-6 1-7 7-9 1-12 15-6 5-9 4-8 12-1 2-11 1-4

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R-H-E 8-9-3 3-8-1 12-19-2 3-8-0 19-21-5 20-19-4 12-14-1 9-16-1 27-26-1 10-12-1 10-12-2 5-8-3 7-12-1 9-10-2 11-13-1 6-9-2 3-9-1 5-12-0 5-10-3 6-8-3 6-11-1 4-9-2 6-11-1 5-9-1 6-8-3 11-19-3 3-9-2 6-9-3 4-9-1 11-13-4 6-13-2 11-14-8 4-11-2 10-14-2 11-10-2 1-5-4 7-11-2 1-6-3 15-16-1 5-10-2 4-14-3 12-19-2 2-4-2 1-7-3

R-H-E 9-10-5 17-19-0 7-8-1 1-11-1 8-14-2 0-4-3 3-5-4 4-8-1 0-2-1 3-4-4 3-4-0 2-9-0 4-9-1 2-10-1 6-8-1 2-6-1 2-9-1 3-4-1 6-11-2 30-29-1 7-12-1 0-6-2 2-9-0 6-5-1 1-4-1 9-17-1 9-13-1 4-12-2 1-2-1 7-11-1 0-1-1 16-14-4 5-11-3 5-13-1 6-10-4 7-11-0 9-12-0 12-16-0 6-11-3 9-17-2 8-11-1 1-5-2 11-12-1 4-6-1

Inns 9 8 9 9 9 9 (12) 9 6 7 7 9 9 9 9 9 (8) 7 9 7 (8) 9 9 7 7 7 7 9 7 7 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 7 7 9 9 9 9 9 9

Overall 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 8-2-0 9-2-0 10-2-0 11-2-0 12-2-0 13-2-0 14-2-0 15-2-0 16-2-0 16-3-0 16-4-0 16-5-0 17-5-0 18-5-0 18-6-0 19-6-0 20-6-0 20-7-0 21-7-0 22-7-0 23-7-0 24-7-0 24-8-0 24-9-0 25-9-0 26-9-0 26-10-0 26-11-0 26-12-0 27-12-0 27-13-0 27-14-0 28-14-0 28-15-0 28-16-0

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

Pitcher of record Attend Cook (L 0-1) 60 Rosenzweig (L 0-1) 149 Frankenfield (W 1-0) 96 Austin (W 1-0) 200 Christenberr (W 1-0) 50 Rosenzweig (W 1-1) 50 Cook (W 1-1) 50 Harrington (W 1-0) 50 Christenberr (W 2-0) 45 Rosenzweig (W 2-1) 30 Beshore (W 1-0) 30 Christenberr (W 3-0) 221 Rosenzweig (W 3-1) 175 Christenberr (W 4-0) 100 Beshore (W 2-0) 210 Rosenzweig (W 4-1) 145 Cook (W 2-1) 75 Beshore (W 3-0) 75 Cook (L 2-2) 185 Benchich (L 0-1) Cook (L 2-3) 250 Beshore (W 4-0) 175 Rosenzweig (W 5-1) 91 Christenberr (L 4-1) 251 Frankenfield (W 2-0) 251 Cook (W 3-3) 35 Beshore (L 4-1) 20 Rosenzweig (W 6-1) 75 Christenberr (W 5-1) 90 Frankenfield (W 3-0) 100 Christenberr (W 6-1) 145 Rosenzweig (L 6-2) 350 Rosenzweig (L 6-3) 125 Harrington (W 2-0) 206 Christenberr (W 7-1) 180 Rosenzweig (L 6-4) 133 Christenberr (L 7-2) 105 Frankenfield (L 3-1) 158 Hughes (W 1-0) 50 Rosenzweig (L 6-5) 104 Christenberr (L 7-3) 146 Christenberr (W 8-3) 130 Rosenzweig (L 6-6) 100 Frankenfield (L 3-2) 75

Time 2:53 2:45 3:09 3:00 2:55 2:50 3:45 2:40 2:30 2:00 1:45 2:19 2:41 2:40 2:18 2:12 2:15 1:40 2:38 2:20 2:25 2:05 5:40 2:07 1:44 2:30 2:30 2:31 1:45 2:08 2:23 2:52 2:28 3:20 2:47 2:40 2:09 2:10 3:00 3:23 2:42 2:00 2:45 2:00


RETURNiNG PLAYERS cAREER STATiSTicS year 2009 TOTAL

eRA W l App gS 5.51 0 1 13 1 5.51 0 1 13 1

#24 Cg Sho CBo 0 0 2 0 0 2

year 2009 TOTAL

eRA W l App gS 4.98 4 1 16 6 4.98 4 1 16 6

#22 Cg Sho CBo Sv 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS 1.000 2 0 .000 1 0 1.000 3 0

AB 2 0 2

year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

eRA 1.60 5.33 3.75 3.76

W l 6 0 2 7 8 3 16 10

#33 JASon ChRiSTenBeRRy App gS Cg Sho CBo Sv ip h R eR BB So 2B 3B hR Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA 13 9 0 0 2 0 56.1 44 26 10 17 36 11 1 2 244 .209 5 8 3 14 12 3 1 0 1 77.2 87 58 46 22 49 17 2 8 351 .276 6 8 2 15 14 1 0 2 1 84.0 86 48 35 32 60 24 0 4 376 .260 4 4 3 42 35 4 1 4 2 218.0 217 132 91 71 145 52 3 14 971 .253 15 20 8

year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .388 .324 .322 .346

gpgS 45 45 40 40 43 43 128 128

AB 165 145 152 462

R 31 26 35 92

#21 MiKe Connolly h 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 64 10 0 2 29 80 .485 17 3 18 2 .454 47 6 0 2 16 59 .407 15 1 18 5 .382 49 12 0 3 31 70 .461 20 3 26 2 .402 160 28 0 7 76 209 .452 52 7 62 9 .414

year 2008 2009 TOTAL year 2009 TOTAL

Avg .248 .376 .319 eRA 5.23 5.23

gpgS 37 30 34 34 71 64 W l 3 3 3 3

AB 101 125 226 App 17 17

R 22 37 59 gS 1 1

#8 h 2B 3B hR 25 1 0 0 47 7 0 0 72 8 0 0 Cg Sho CBo Sv 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .182 .330 .302

gpgS 18 3 39 25 57 28

AB 22 94 116

R 5 15 20

h 4 31 35

year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

eRA 0.82 5.04 3.09 3.38

W 0 0 3 3

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .348 .273 .311

gpgS 14 3 12 6 26 9

R 5 7 12

h 8 6 14

#9 Devin hARBolD 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 4 0 0 4 12 .522 4 1 4 1 .464 1 1 0 6 9 .409 5 0 4 0 .407 5 1 0 10 21 .467 9 1 8 1 .436

year 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS AB R .333 7 1 12 2 .333 7 1 12 2

h 4 4

#18 ADAM hegeDUS 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh 0 0 0 3 4 .333 3 0 1 1 .467 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 .333 3 0 1 1 .467 0 0

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .252 .314 .287

h 32 53 85

KC BeShoRe ip h R eR BB So 2B 3B 34.1 42 21 19 14 22 10 1 34.1 42 21 19 14 22 10 1

gpgS 37 33 44 44 81 77

AB 127 169 296

R 19 38 57

hR Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA ShA BK 2 161 .302 0 4 1 3 0 2 161 .302 0 4 1 3 0

#27 STeve BoniTATiBUS h 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh 2 0 0 0 1 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 1.000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0

Sf Sh 0 6 4 1 4 4 8 11

Kyle CooK RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf 11 26 .257 12 2 9 1 .336 1 17 54 .432 7 4 11 4 .420 2 28 80 .354 19 6 20 5 .382 3 ip h R eR BB So 2B 3B hR 31.0 37 22 18 8 36 9 0 3 31.0 37 22 18 8 36 9 0 3

#30 Joe Doyle 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 1 0 0 6 5 .227 1 0 5 1 .200 10 0 1 15 44 .468 4 1 11 0 .360 11 0 1 21 49 .422 5 1 16 1 .328

#28 ChRiS l App gS Cg Sho CBo Sv ip 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 11.0 1 16 0 0 0 0 2 25.0 2 18 5 1 0 1 0 46.2 3 41 5 1 0 2 2 82.2 AB 23 22 45

hR Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA ShA BK 1 79 .309 4 2 0 2 0 1 79 .309 4 2 0 2 0

#7 RoB KlinCK 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 5 0 1 15 40 .315 14 1 25 2 .329 10 4 2 19 77 .456 19 2 34 4 .387 15 4 3 34 117 .395 33 3 59 6 .362

SB ATT po 1 2 29 2 3 47 1 2 50 4 7 126

A 0 0 0

A 1 1 0 2

Sh SB ATT po A 8 2 5 62 115 10 4 7 70 81 18 6 12 132 196 Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA 141 .291 1 3 1 141 .291 1 3 1

Sf Sh 2 0 1 1 3 1

fRAnKenfielD h R eR BB So 2B 3B hR 6 2 1 3 7 0 0 0 29 18 14 15 13 5 1 1 49 27 16 14 26 10 0 2 84 47 31 32 46 15 1 3

SB ATT po 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4

SB ATT po 1 1 6 1 6 49 2 7 55

A 0 2 2

Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA 44 .154 1 2 0 119 .287 4 1 1 207 .263 2 2 1 370 .258 7 5 2

Sf Sh 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sf Sh 1 1 1 3 2 4

SB ATT po 3 3 10 1 1 5 4 4 15

e flD% 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 ShA BK 5 1 4 0 6 0 15 1 e flD% 2 .938 1 .980 2 .962 5 .962 e flD% 13 .932 6 .962 19 .945 ShA BK 1 0 1 0 e flD% 0 1.000 3 .944 3 .950 ShA BK 0 0 1 0 4 0 5 0

A 0 2 2

e flD% 1 .909 0 1.000 1 .944

SB ATT po A 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4

eflD% 2 .714 2 .714

SB ATT po A e flD% 2 2 35 86 11 .917 8 9 55 130 17 .916 10 11 90 216 28 .916

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year 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS AB R .545 8 2 11 3 .545 8 2 11 3

h 6 6

#26 SeAn MCCAnn 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh 1 1 0 3 9 .818 1 0 0 0 .583 0 0 1 1 0 3 9 .818 1 0 0 0 .583 0 0

SB ATT po A 0 0 2 6 0 0 2 6

e flD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .200 .221 .268 .240

R 5 7 10 22

h 3 15 19 37

#10 2B 3B hR 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 2 5 1 2

Sf Sh 1 0 4 4 1 2 6 6

SB ATT po A 0 0 33 0 0 0 112 16 0 1 147 16 0 1 292 32

e flD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 5 .970 5 .985

year 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS AB R .341 39 39 138 27 .341 39 39 138 27

h 47 47

#2 MATT MonTi 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh 11 2 2 38 68 .493 12 1 15 2 .385 5 1 11 2 2 38 68 .493 12 1 15 2 .385 5 1

SB ATT po A 13 15 26 78 13 15 26 78

eflD% 22 .825 22 .825

year 2009 TOTAL

eRA W l App gS 12.54 0 0 6 0 12.54 0 0 6 0

#36 Cg Sho CBo Sv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

eRA 4.31 4.86 4.61

year 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS AB R .400 7 0 5 4 .400 7 0 5 4

year 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .269 .291 .283

year 2009 TOTAL

Avg gpgS AB R .453 34 21 95 25 .453 34 21 95 25

year 2009 TOTAL

eRA W l App gS 9.24 0 0 8 0 9.24 0 0 8 0

gpgS 12 1 28 19 29 23 69 43

W l 4 6 6 6 10 12

gpgS 28 19 43 43 71 62

AB 15 68 71 154

App 12 15 27

AB 78 148 226

gS 7 13 20

R 10 28 38

JiM MeehAn RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 3 3 .200 3 0 1 0 .316 14 19 .279 3 2 7 0 .260 13 28 .394 4 1 7 0 .312 30 50 .325 10 3 15 0 .289

ToM MoRAn ip h R eR BB So 2B 3B 9.1 18 16 13 7 12 5 1 9.1 18 16 13 7 12 5 1

hR Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA ShA BK 0 56 .383 3 2 0 0 0 0 56 .383 3 2 0 0 0

#34 AnDy RoSenZWeig Cg Sho CBo Sv ip h R eR BB So 2B 3B hR 1 0 0 0 56.1 73 44 27 7 23 16 3 1 1 0 1 0 66.2 87 46 36 14 38 17 2 3 2 0 1 0 123.0 160 90 63 21 61 33 5 4

Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA 257 .317 3 9 4 305 .310 1 4 2 562 .313 4 13 6

#1 ShAUn RUTheRfoRD h 2B 3B hR RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh 2 0 0 0 1 2 .400 1 0 1 0 .500 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 .400 1 0 1 0 .500 0 0 h 21 43 64

#13 2B 3B hR 2 1 1 14 0 9 16 1 10

SB ATT po A 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

e flD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

Sf Sh 2 0 1 0 3 0

SB ATT po A 0 0 99 5 2 3 350 8 2 3 449 13

e flD% 3 .972 8 .978 11 .977

WoRThMAn Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% Sf Sh .505 8 3 7 2 .505 1 3 .505 8 3 7 2 .505 1 3

SB ATT po A 9 11 38 27 9 11 38 27

e flD% 9 .878 9 .878

CT STAnley RBi TB Slg% BB hBp So gDpoB% 11 28 .359 3 4 20 1 .322 38 84 .568 21 5 38 3 .394 49 112 .496 24 9 58 4 .370

#4 DUSTin h 2B 3B hR RBi TB 43 3 1 0 14 48 43 3 1 0 14 48

#32 BRAnDon Cg Sho CBo Sv ip h R eR 0 0 2 0 12.2 23 21 13 0 0 2 0 12.2 23 21 13

#9 Devin harbold

ShA BK 7 0 4 2 11 2

UlloM BB So 2B 3B hR Bf B/AvgWp hBp SfA ShA BK 6 10 6 0 3 74 .359 2 3 0 1 0 6 10 6 0 3 74 .359 2 3 0 1 0

#22 KC Beshore


CAC Games School W L PCT. Salisbury $ 15 3 .833 York (Pa.) # 13 5 .722 Wesley 11 7 .611 Stevenson 10 8 .556 Mary Washington 7 11 .389 St. Mary’s (Md.) 7 11 .389 Gallaudet 0 18 .000 $ CAC Champions and NCAA Tournament Participant

GB W L 38 8 2.0 28 16 4.0 26 17 5.0 18 26 8.0 15 17 8.0 15 22 15.0 8 23 # NCAA Tournament Participant

Overall T 0 0 1 1 0 0 1

PCT .826 .636 .602 .411 .469 .405 .266

Streak L2 L2 L1 T1 L2 L3 W6

2009 CApiTAl AThleTiC ConfeRenCe All-CAC SQUADS first Team Mike Celenza - Jr. - 1B - Salisbury Jason Christenberry - Jr. - P - York (Pa.) Andrew Cox - Sr. - P - Mary Washington Kyle Judson - So. - INF - Salisbury Wade Keenan - Sr. - P/OF - Stevenson Geoff Kimmel - So. - INF - Wesley Andrew Miller - So. - C/OF - Salisbury Grant Morlock - Jr. - INF - Wesley Ryan Poff - Sr. - OF - York (Pa.) Ryan Smith - Jr. - C - Salisbury Eric Willey - Sr. - P - Salisbury

#33 Jason Christenberry

Second Team Cody Collins - Sr. - INF - Salisbury Mike Connolly - Jr. - OF - York (Pa.) Kyle Cook - So. - INF - York (Pa.) Jordan Crystal - Sr. - P/OF - Salisbury Max Eckert - Sr. - INF - Stevenson Dustin Hebert - So. - P - Salisbury D. J. Keckler - Fr. - P - Wesley Kevin Murphy - So. - INF - Wesley Bryan Quintana - Sr. - INF - Mary Washington Dustin Tarlow - So. - OF - Stevenson Will Wright - Jr. - INF/P - Mary Washington CAC Player-of-the-Year: Mike Celenza - Salisbury CAC Rookie-of-the-Year: D.J. Keckler - Wesley CAC Coach-of-the-Year: Doug Fleetwood- Salisbury

#21 Mike Connolly

#8 Kyle Cook

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yoRK College BASeBAll SChool ReCoRDS


YORK cOLLEGE BASEBALL REcORdS BATTiNG AVERAGE 1. Travis Gaidos .412 2. Keith Wentz .408 3. doug Baker .397 4. matt day .393 5. George Winfield .390 HiTS 1. Ryan Poff 2. matt day 3. Travis Gaidos 4. Ashley Swope 5. mike Welch

HOmE RUNS 1. mike Welch 28 2. Rick dressler 26 2. Bob Ancharski 26 3. Brendan Reinert 25 4. Travis Gaidos 23 5. Ashley Swope 22

RUNS ScOREd 1. matt day 183 2. Jeff Young 174 3. Ryan Poff 171 4. Travis Gaidos 158 5. Ed fuller 154 SLUGGiNG PcT. 1. Keith Wentz .710 2. doug Baker .707 3. Ken Pessognelli .706 4. Rick dressler .676 5. Travis Gaidos .656

266 251 238 235 234

dOUBLES 1. matt day 2. Ryan Poff 3. mike Welch 4. Ashley Swope 5. Jeff Young 5. Travis Gaidos

TOTAL BASES 1. Ryan Poff 402 2. Travis Gaidos 379 3. Ashley Swope 368 4. matt day 361 5. Jeff Young 337

66 65 57 55 52 52

TRiPLES 1. Keith Wentz 2. dave Hile 3. Rick dressler 4. Rob Radcliffe 5. Rick Brenner 5. John demartini 5. Steve Ewing 5. Randy Reynolds

RUNS BATTEd iN 1. mike Welch 182 2. Rick dressler 160 3. Travis Gaidos 156 4. Ryan Poff 154 4. Ashley Swope 154 5. Bob Ancharski 141

STOLEN BASES 1. Ed fuller 63 2. chip Bartlett 47 3. Bill Riehl 45 4. chris deroba 43 5. William Ludwig 30 5. Eric martin 30 5. Aaron myers 30

17 16 15 14 13 13 13 13

ON BASE PcT. 1. Scott mummert .492 2. Travis Gaidos .488 3. Keith Wentz .479 4. Garrett Trout .475 5. Tim Thoman .473

WALKS 1. Jeff Young 2. Justin Heller 3. mike Welch 4. Tim Thoman 5. Travis Gaidos

AARON mYERS

miKE ScAPPA

94 86 83 82 79

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BATTiNG 1. Travis Gaidos 2. Travis Gaidos 3. Scott mummert 4. Rick Brenner 5. matt day

AVERAGE 2000 .504 2001 .490 1980 .478 1978 .455 2001 .454

HiTS 1. matt day 2002 2. Justin Heller 2004 3. mike Welch 2004 4. Ryan Poff 2009 4. Travis Gaidos 2001 5. Ryan Poff 2006 5. Andy Puglisi 2004

83 78 76 75 75 74 74

dOUBLES 1. matt day 2002 1. Ryan Poff 2009 2. matt day 2001 2. Jeff Young 2006 3. Rob Radcliffe 1991 3. mike Welch 2004 3. Ashley Swope 2005

24 24 21 21 20 18 18

TRiPLES 1. dave Hile 1982 2. John demartini 1982 2. Keith Wentz 1982 2. Ryan Poff 2006 3. Keith Wentz 1984 3. Jeff moore 2005 4. Ray Katula 1986

10 8 8 8 7 7 6

HOmE 1. Bob Ancharski 2. Rick dressler 2. Ken Pessognelli 2. mike Welch 3. Keith Wentz 4. chris Skowronski

RUNS 2001 1982 1985 2004 1985 1984

TOTAL 1. mike Welch 2. matt day 3. Rick dressler 3. Travis Gaidos 4. Keith Wentz

BASES 2004 133 2002 124 1982 119 2001 119 1985 118

RUNS BATTEd 1. Bob Ancharski 2001 2. mike Welch 2004 3. Rick dressler 1981 4. Ryan Poff 2009 5. Travis Gaidos 2001

14 13 13 13 12 11

iN 65 60 56 55 54

RUNS ScOREd 1. matt day 2002 63 2.Travis Gaidos 2001 56 2. Jeff Young 2006 57 3. Keith Wentz 1985 53 4. mike Welch 2004 51 5. matt day 2001 50 ON BASE PcT. 1. Greg Gross 1988 .577 2. Travis Gaidos 2000 .574 3. Rick Brenner 1978 .551 4. Travis Gaidos 2001 .547 5. Garrett Trout 1991 .545

STOLEN BASES 1. Ed fuller 1986 43 2. Bill Riehl 1980 16 3. Randy Reynolds 1974 15 3. Brett munch 2005 15 4. Eric Wentz 1989 14 4. chip Bartlett 1991 14 4. Jon Benchich 1994 14 WALKS 1. Justin Heller 2005 2. doug Litten 1981 2. Garett Trout 1991 3. Jeff Young 2005 4. Tim Thoman 1985 5. Paul Shields 1987

33 32 32 31 30 28

cONSEcUTiVE HiTS 1. Ray Katula 1986 11 2. Bob marino 1982 10 3. Travis Gaidos 2001 8 4. Todd Harrold 1977 7 4. doug Baker 1990 7 4. Travis Gaidos 2000 7 SLUGGiNG PcT. 1. Keith Wentz 1985 .931 2. Ken Pessognelli 1985 .862 3. Travis Gaidos 2000 .793 4. Rick Brenner 1978 .784 5. Travis Gaidos 2001 .778

SiNGLE GAmE OffENSiVE 1. matt day 2. Rick dressler 2. Tim Thoman 2. Ken Pessognelli 2. Ed fuller 2. Ray Katula 2. doug Baker 2. George Winfield 2. mike franklin 2. Brendan Reinert 2. Rod Anderson 2. Bob Ancharski

HiTS 6 vs. Gallaudet (2000) 5 vs. Western md (1982) 5 vs. Johns Hopkins (1983) 5 vs. coppin St. (1985) 5 vs. mt. St. mary's (1986) 5 vs. mt. St. mary's (1986) 5 vs. millersville (1990) 5 vs. Gallaudet (1991) 5 vs. Gallaudet (1992) 5 vs. Elizabethtown (1994) 5 vs. catholic (1997) 5 vs. Lebanon Valley (2000)

2. Travis Gaidos 2. Shawn Wilson 2. Ashley Swope 2. Justin Heller 2. Jeff moore 2. Jeff moore 2. Ryan Poff 2. Jeff Young 2. mike connolly 2. mark miloski 2. Ryan Poff 2. mike Santoro

5 vs. catholic (2000) 5 vs. Gallaudet (2000) 5 vs. Gallaudet (2001) 5 vs. Villa Julie (2004) 5 vs. St. Johns fisher (2004) 5 vs. Gettysburg (2005) 5 vs. clarke (2006) 5 vs. John Hopkins (2006) 5 @ Lebanon Valley (2007) 5 vs. Villa Julie (2007) 5 @ Gallaudet (2007) 5 vs. montclair State (2007)


YORK cOLLEGE BASEBALL REcORdS TOTAL BASES 1. Rick dressler 14 vs. Elizabethtown (1982) 1. Travis Gaidos 14 vs. catholic (2000) 2. Jon Benchich 12 vs. Elizabethtown (1994) 2. Tom Bender 12 vs. catholic (2001) 3. doug Becker 11 vs. millersville (1990) 3. Rob Radcliffe 11 vs. Gallaudet (1992) RUNS BATTEd iN 1. Rob Radcliffe 9 vs. Gallaudet (1992) 1. Jeff moore 9 vs. Gallaudet (2002) 2. Rick dressler 8 vs. Elizabethtown (1982) 2. Travis Gaidos 8 vs. catholic (2000) 3. Jim Haller 7 vs. mansfield (1972) 3. Jon Benchich 7 vs. Elizabethtown (1994) 3. Ashley Swope 7 vs. Villa Julie (2001) 3. Ryan craig 7 vs. Alma (2007) RUNS ScOREd 1. matt day 6 vs. Gallaudet (2000) 2. Kirk Berger 5 vs. coppin St. (1970) 2. Rick dressler 5 vs. Western md. (1982) 2. Scott Reinecker 5 vs. Western md ( 1982) 2. Keith Wentz 5 vs. catholic (1985) 2. Pete Rossi 5 vs. PSU-Harrisburg (1992) 2. matt day 5 vs. Gallaudet (2002)

STOLEN BASES 1. Ed fuller 5 vs. delaware St. (1986) 2. dave conway 3 vs. delaware St. (1969) 2. Tom daniels 3 vs. Shenandoah (1973) 2. Tom daniels 3 vs. Shepherd (1973) 2. Tom daniels 3 vs. messiah (1974) 2. Randy Reynolds 3 vs. messiah (1974) 2. Rick Brenner 3 vs. Lincoln (1975) 2. Bill Riehl 3 vs. coppin St. (1980) 2. Ed fuller 3 vs. delaware St. (1986) 2. Ed fuller 3 vs. Pennsylvania (1986) 2. Ed fuller 3 vs. Salisbury St. (1986) 2. Eric Wentz 3 vs. Wesley (1989) 2. Eric martin 3 vs. Lebanon Valley (1994) 2. Rod Anderson 3 vs. Gallaudet (1996) 2. Brian Annis 3 vs. Susquehanna (1998) 2. Travis Gaidos 3 vs. catholic (1999) 2. Jeff Young 3 vs. St. mary's (2006)

cAREER PiTcHiNG WiNS 1. chris Brower 2. david Ellis 3. Todd Harrold 4. Brendan Reinert 4. dave Smith 5. Troy Walters

27 25 21 20 20 19

APPEARANcES 1. zac clark 61 2. matt Gonzalez 57 3. dustin Beck 54 4. chris Brower 53 5. david Ellis 46 SHUTOUTS 1. dick deardorff 1. Bernie Wolfe 1. Todd Harrold 2. Rick Hilt 2. Ralph mccarthy 2. Brad Stoner

6 6 6 4 4 4

EARNEd RUN 1. Tom Houseal 2. Todd Harrold 3. dick deardorff 4. mark Brown 5. Rick Hilt

AVG. 1.50 2.00 2.09 2.10 2.11

iNNiNGS PiTcHEd 1. chris Brower 326.2 2. david Ellis 253.2 3. Brian Reynolds 230.0 4. mike franklin 224.1 5. Brendan Reinert 221.2

WiNNiNG PcT. 1. Tom Houseal .850 (17-3) 2. Scott day .833 (15-3) 3. John Pensiero .813 (13-3) 4. dick deardorff .786 (11-3) 5. Bernie Wolfe .783 (18-5)

cOmPLETE GAmES 1. Bernie Wolfe 18 2. Tom Houseal 16 3. mark Brown 15 3. Todd Harrold 15 3. dave Smith 15

STRiKEOUTS 1. chris Brower 242 2. Todd Harrold 178 3. david Ellis 173 4. Troy Walters 150 4. dave Smith 150 5. mike franklin 145 5. Jason christenberry 145

SAVES 1. Ed meister 2. fred crosse 3. zac clark 4. dustin Beck 5. Scott Altland

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WiNS 1. mike franklin 1991 2. chris Brower 2006 3. Todd Harrold 1979 3. Keith falcone 2001 3. david Ellis 2002 3. Ryan cramer 2002 3. david Ellis 2003 3. chris Brower 2007 3. matt Austin 2007 3. Jason christenberry 2009

11 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

GAmES 1. Ed meister 2002 2. Brian Hartman 2002 3. fred crosse 1997 3. matt Gonzalez 2006 4. Bill Leconey 1998 4. zac clark 2006 5. zac clark 2005

26 24 22 22 21 21 19

STRiKEOUTS 1. chris Brower 2007 2. Todd Harrold 1978 3. dick deardroff 1970 4. dick deardroff 1969 5. chris Brower 2006

82 75 74 70 69

iNNiNGS 1. chris Brower 2. Jason christenberry 2. chris Brower 3. mike franklin 4. Ryan cramer 5. Brian Reynolds

PiTcHEd 2007 94.1 2009 94.0 2006 89 1991 87.1 2002 83 1996 82.2

SHUTOUTS 1. dick deardroff 1970 1. Todd Harrold 1979 2. Brad Stoner 1982 3. dick deardroff 1969 3. Ralph mccarthy 1972 3. Bernie Wolfe 1972 3. Ralph mccarthy 1973 3. Rick Hilt 1975 3. Bernie Wolfe 1975 3. Rick Hilt 1977 3. mark Brown 1981 3. Paul Ranck 1983 3. Ron zeager 1984

4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

EARNEd RUN AVG. 1. Scott Altland 1992 0.00 2. dick deardroff 1970 0.18 3. Paul masters 1975 0.70 4. Rick Wagner 1970 1.00 5. Brett Vroman 2003 1.04

WiNNiNG PcT. 1. Bernie Wolfe 1975 1.000 (7-0) 1. Brad mccullough 2005 1.000 (6-0) 1. Jason christenberry20071.000 (6-0) 2. Tom Houseal 1974 .875 (7-1) 2. Troy Walters 1996 .875 (7-1) 3. dick deardroff 1970 .857 (6-1) 3. dave Smith 1980 .857 (6-1) 3. Joe Aita 1986 .857 (6-1) 3. Brendan Gilroy 2004 .857 (6-1) cOmPLETE GAmES 1. mark Brown 1981 8 2. Bernie Wolfe 1973 7 2. Todd Harrold 1979 7 2. mark Brown 1980 7 2. Brad Stoner 1982 7 2. Scott markle 1988 7 SAVES 1. Ed meister 2002 2. fred crosse 1998 2. Kyle cook 2009 3. Scott Altland 1992 3. fred crosse 1997 3. zac clark 2005 3. Jake Hughes 2007

SiNGLE GAmE PiTcHiNG STRiKEOUTS 1. dick deardroff 20 vs. Ocean county (1969) 2. dick deardroff 17 vs. Pitt-Johnstown (1970) 3. dick deardroff 14 vs. coppin St. (1970) 3. dick deardroff 14 vs. George mason (1970) 3. Todd Harrold 14 vs. Susquehanna (1977) BRiAN REYNOLdS

SPARTAN NO-HiTTERS Paul masters vs. coppin St. (1975) Todd Harrold vs. Lock Haven (1979) Todd Harrold and Kevin Kelley vs. Rutgers-camd. (1978) dave Smith vs. messiah (1980) John Hihn vs. Salisbury St. (1993) Brian Reynolds vs. catholic (1994) Travis Stump, fred crosse, and Bill Laughman vs. Gallaudet (1997) Scott day vs. Villa Julie (2003) david Ellis vs. Pitt-Bradford (2003)

11 5 5 4 4 4 4


YORK cOLLEGE BASEBALL REcORdS BATTiNG AVERAGE 1. .374 (40 games) 1991 2. .364 (39 games) 2001 3. .352 (42 games) 2006 4. .347 (38 games) 2000 5. .346 (44 games) 2009

HOmE RUNS 1. 43 (49 games) 2002 2. 42 (38 games) 1994 2. 42 (39 games) 2001 3. 39 (37 games) 1985 4. 37 (40 games) 1991

RUNS BATTEd iN 1. 361 (49 games) 2002 2. 351 (39 games) 2001 3. 335 (42 games) 2006 4. 332 (46 games) 2004 5. 312 (44 games) 2009

HiTS 1. 587 (49 games) 2. 582 (46 games) 3. 544 (42 games) 4. 538 (46 games) 5. 516 (44 games)

2002 2004 2006 2007 2009

SLUGGiNG PcT. 1. .568 (40 games) 1991 2. .559 (39 games) 2001 3. .532 (42 games) 1982 4. .520 (37 games) 1985 5. .503 (38 games) 2000

dOUBLES 1. 123 (49 games) 2. 117 (39 games) 3. 110 (46 games) 4. 106 (42 games) 4. 106 (44 games)

2002 2001 2004 2006 2009

STOLEN BASES 1. 76 (37 games) 1986 2. 72 (40 games) 1991 3. 71 (39 games) 1996 4. 70 (27 games) 1974 5. 68 (38 games) 1994

RUNS ScOREd 1. 397 (49 games) 2002 2. 381 (39 games) 2001 3. 365 (46 games) 2004 4. 362 (42 games) 2006 5. 342 (42 games) 1982 5. 342 (44 games) 2009

TRiPLES 1. 44 (42 games) 2. 35 (41 games) 3. 30 (36 games) 4. 25 (28 games) 5. 23 (32 games)

1982 1981 1983 1989 1979

1. 2. 2. 3. 4.

WALKS 201 (41 games) 187 (30 games) 187 (43 games) 179 (49 games) 169 (37 games)

1981 1985 1987 2002 1997

ROd ANdERSON

TEAm SiNGLE GAmE OffENSiVE HiTS

1. 40 vs. Gallaudet 2. 30 vs. Gallaudet 3. 28 vs. Gettysburg 4. 26 vs. Gallaudet 4. 26 vs. Gallaudet 5. 25 vs. Gallaudet 5. 25 vs. dickinson

dOUBLES

1. 11 vs. Gallaudet 2. 10 vs. Susquehanna 3. 9 vs. Gallaudet 4. 8 vs. Western md. 4. 8 vs. Elizabethtown 4. 8 vs. Kean 4. 8 vs. Gallaudet 4. 8 vs. mt. St. mary's 4. 8 vs. dickinson 4. 8 vs. Elizabethtown 4. 8 vs. Villa Julie

2000 2007 2004 1992 2009 2001 2001 2000 2001 1992 1982 1994 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2004

TRiPLES

1. 5 vs. franklin & marshall 2. 4 vs. Susquehanna 2. 4 vs. delaware St. 2. 4 vs. colgate 2. 4 vs. PSU-Harrisburg 2. 4 vs. frostburg St. 2. 4 vs. frostburg St. 2. 4 vs. dickinson 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2.

1986 1975 1978 1982 1983 1985 1985 2001

HOmE RUNS

6 vs. catholic 5 vs. PSU-Harrisburg 5 vs. Johns Hopkins 5 vs. Elizabethtown 5 vs. Rowan 5 vs. Apprentice 5 vs. Rowan

2001 1978 1991 1994 1994 1999 2003

TOTAL BASES

1. 61 vs. Gallaudet 2. 49 vs. Elizabethtown 3. 45 vs. dickinson 4. 44 vs. Gallaudet 5. 43 vs. Rowan

2000 1994 1995 1992 1994

RUNS BATTEd iN

1. 37 vs. Gallaudet 2. 30 vs. Gallaudet 3. 28 vs. Gallaudet 4. 27 vs. Gallaudet 4. 25 vs. Elizabethtown 4. 25 vs. Gallaudet

2000 2002 1992 2009 1994 2004

RUNS ScOREd

1. 41 vs. Gallaudet 2. 31 vs. Gallaudet 3. 30 vs. Gallaudet 4. 28 vs. Gallaudet 5. 27 vs. Gallaudet 5. 27 vs. Lincoln

2000 2002 2004 1992 2009 1975

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STOLEN BASES 1. 12 vs. delaware St. 1980 2. 11 vs. Susquehanna 1998 3. 10 vs. Gallaudet 1996 4. 9 vs. franklin & 1976 marshall 5. 8 vs. St. mary's 1973 5. 8 vs. messiah 1974 5. 8 vs. Wesley 1989

TEAm SiNGLE GAmE PiTcHiNG STRiKEOUTS 1. 24 vs. Ocean county (22 innings) 2. 19 vs. messiah (11 innings) 3. 17 vs. Shenandoah 4. 17 vs. Pitt-Jonhstown 5. 16 vs. coppin St.

1969 1969 1972 1970 1975

TEAm SiNGLE SEASON PiTcHiNG 1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

WiNS 34 (34-15) 32 (32-14) 28 (28-11-1) 28 (28-18) 28 (28-16) 27 (27-14) 27 (27-15) 27 (27-13) 27 (27-12) 27 (27-12)

2002 2007 1991 2004 2009 1981 1982 1992 1996 2001

STRiKEOUTS 1. 271 (42 games) 2006 2. 270 (46 games) 2007 3. 264 (44 games) 2009 4. 259 (49 games) 2004 5. 251 (49 games) 2002

BRENdAN REiNERT

SHUTOUTS 1. 9 (30 games) 1975 2. 6 (24 games 1973 2. 6 (32 games) 1979 3. 6 (46 games) 2007 3. 5 (20 games) 1972 3. 5 (31 games) 1977 3. 5 (41 games) 1981 3. 5 (40 games) 1992 3. 5 (39 games) 1996 3. 5 (40 games) 2003 cOmPLETE GAmES 1. 22 (43 games) 1987 2. 19 (24 games) 1973 3. 17 (30 games) 1975 3. 17 (31 games) 1977 3. 17 (30 games) 1980 3. 17 (37 games) 1986

cHRiS BROWER

SAVES 1. 12 (49 games) 2. 10 (46 games) 3. 9 (38 games) 4. 9 (42 games) 4. 8 (46 games) 4. 8 (44 games)

2002 2007 1999 2004 2006 2009

WiNNiNG PcT. 1. .778 (21-6) 1974 2. .750 (15-5) 1972 3. .742 (23-8) 1977 4. .733 (22-8) 1975 5. .727 (24-9) 1984 EARNEd RUN ERAGE 1. 1.50 (18 games) 2. 1.75 (30 games) 3. 1.91 (30 games) 4. 1.95 (24 games) 5. 2.42 (27 games)

dAVE SENG

AV1970 1975 1978 1973 1974


Opponent Albion College Alma College Alvernia College Apprentice School Aquinas College Baltimore University Bethel College (Tenn) Bethune-Cookman College Binghamton University Bloomsburg University Bridgewater College Bowie State University Catholic University Chowan College Christopher Newport University Clarke College (Iowa) Coker College Colgate University Concordia-Moorhead Cortland State University Coppin State University Delaware State University DePauw University DeSales University Dickinson College District of Columbia, Univ. of D.C. Teachers School Drexel University Eastern University Eastern Mennonite College Elizabethtown College Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ. Emory University Ferrum College Fordham University Franklin College Franklin & Marshall College Frostburg State University Gallaudet University George Mason University Georgetown University Gettysburg College Greensboro College Gwynedd-Mercy College Hamilton College Howard University Ithaca College John Carroll University

Won 0 1 10 1 0 0 1 0 2 10 1 4 39 0 7 1 1 0 3 1 18 19 0 21 9 2 2 1 4 4 22 1 1 3 1 1 27 5 48 6 2 16 0 1 0 2 1 0

Loss 1 1 5 0 2 1 1 4 1 6 2 0 20* 1 10 0 0 1 0 3 3 5 1 9 1 0 0 1 0 1 19* 9 15 6* 0 0 9 14 0 10 1* 12 3 1 1 4 1* 1

Opponent Johns Hopkins University Johnson & Wales University Juniata College Kean College King's College Kutztown University Lakeland College (Wis.) Lebanon Valley College Libscomb University Lincoln University (Pa.) Lock Haven University Loras College Loyola College Lynchburg College Manchester College Mansfield University Marietta College Mary Washington, Univ. of Maryland, Univ. of Maryland, Univ. of (Balt. County) Maryland, Univ. of (Eastern Shore) Maryville State College Messiah College Methodist College Millersville University Missouri Valley College Monmouth College Montclair State University Moravian College Morgan State University Mount Olive College Mount St. Mary's College (Md.) Mount St. Mary's College (N.Y.) Muhlenberg College New Jersey, College of New Jersey Technical Institute New York, State Univ. of (Oneonta) New York, State Univ. of (Oswego) North Carolina Wesleyan College Oglethorpe Ohio Northern University Pembroke State College Pennsylvania, Univ. of Pennsylvania State-Behrend College Penn. State Univ. (Harrisburg) Philadelphia College of Textiles Piedmont Pittsburgh, Univ. of (Bradford)

Won 15 1 28 4 1 2 3 20 1 10 3 2 2 2 0 3 1 24 0 5 4 4 36 5 16 0 0 8 1 4 0 25 4 2 4 2 4 5 8 1 2 0 2 1 13 5 1 3

Loss 22 1 12 3 0 3 0 7 1 1 6 0 0 1 1 5 3 29 2 5 0 1 5 10 25 2 1 11 0 0 1 7 0 0 5 0 0 2 17 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 0 0

Won Opponent Pittsburgh, Univ. of (Johnstown) 5 Point Park College 0 Rennsselaer Polytechnic Institute 1 2 Richard Stockton College Robert Morris College 1 Rochester, University of 1 Rochester Institute of Technology 2 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 2 Rowan University 8 Rutgers University (Camden) 7 Rutgers University (Newark) 3 St. Andrews Presbyterian College 1 St. Bonaventure University 1 St. Joseph's University 0 St. John Fisher College 2 St. John’s (Minn.) 1 St. Mary's College (Md.) 41 St. Xavier University 1 Salisbury University 41 Savannah College of A&D 2 Scranton, Univ. of 2 Shenandoah University 3 Shepherd College 9 Shippensburg University 8 Skidmore College 1 Slippery Rock University 0 Spring Garden College 4 Stevenson University 15 Suffolk University 1 SUNY- Cortland 0 SUNY- Farmingdale 3 Susquehanna University 31 Temple University 1 Thomas College (Ga.) 1 Towson State University 4 Trevecca Nazarene College 0 U.S. Military Academy 0 Virginia Wesleyan University 2 Wartburg College 1 Washington College 14 Washington & Jefferson 0 Wesley College 9 McDaniel College 26 Widener University 3 William Paterson College 0 Wilmington College (Del.) 7 Wooster, The College of 1 * Plus 1 tie

Joe Doyle greets Matt Monti after a home run last year.

Loss 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 3 1 3 2 3 2 0 10 0 51* 0 0 1 3 12 0 1 1 6 0 2 0 13 2 0 5 1 1 2 0 2 1 5 7 0 5 5 0

2010 york college baseball

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YORK cOLLEGE ATHLETic HALL Of fAmE • BASEBALL mEmBERS •

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Jack “Jake” Jaquet 1959-1987 INDUCTED 1989

Rick A. Brenner 1975-1978 INDUCTED 1994

Keith Wentz 1983-1985 INDUCTED 1998

James M. May 1969-1972 INDUCTED 1989

Randy V. Reynolds 1972-1975 INDUCTED 1994

Tom Houseal 1972-1975 INDUCTED 1998

Jack C. Frank 1966-1967 INDUCTED 1990

Rick L. Dressler III 1979-1982 INDUCTED 1995

Eddie Fuller 1983-1986 INDUCTED 1999

Richard C. Amspacher 1974-1977 INDUCTED 1992

Todd Harrold 1976-1979 INDUCTED 1997

Brian Reynolds 1992-1996 INDUCTED 2008

Brendan Reinert 1994-1998 INDUCTED 2009

JAQUET fiELd HOmE Of THE YORK cOLLEGE BASEBALL TEAm Jaquet Field is the beautiful home of the York College baseball program. The facility underwent a huge facelift during the summer of 2001 as the outfield was leveled, dugouts installed, and a press box was constructed, making the facility one of the best on the east coast. The playing surface is one of the best the Spartans will play on all year. The coaching staff and players dedicate a great deal of time in making their home facility a great home field for the Green and White. The facility features a 14-foot high right field wall, a double cage in right centerfield and bullpens down each foul line. The press box features a concession stand in the lower level, serving Spartan fans during the season. The outfield dimensions are 330 in left, 395 in center, and 315 down the right field line.


york college overview York College of Pennsylvania is a private-sector, independent institution of higher education, which focuses on offering baccalaureate degree programs in the arts and sciences, business administration, education, public affairs, and nursing. Students may also enroll in courses leading to the associate degree and master’s degree. The College draws its 4,600 full-time undergraduate and 1,500 part-time and graduate students from some 30 states and 36 foreign countries. Typically, 50% of York’s freshmen hail from Pennsylvania; 30% from New York and New Jersey; and 15% from Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia, and Connecticut. Others come from states up and down the East Coast and from abroad. Most of York’s part-time and graduate students reside and are employed in the greater York Area. The College occupies a 190-acre, park-like campus, just beyond the York city (pop. 50,000) limits, in the rolling hills of the south central part of the state. Close to the heart of “Pennsylvania Dutch” country, York is one hour from Baltimore; two hours from Philadelphia or Washington, DC; and four hours from New York City, Pittsburgh, or Richmond. Nearly half of its undergraduate students reside in college housing in the vicinity of the campus. York College envisions itself as a center of affordable academic excellence and has received favorable national recognition for its success in offering a higher education program of high quality at a tuition rate substantially lower than the rates charged by institutions of similar type, scope, and distinction. York’s effective control of tuition costs stems principally from the long-term, generous support of the College by its friends in the York community and its alumni. This support has provided both superior debt-free physical facilities and permanent endowment resources sufficient to fund institutional scholarships and financial aid for needy students. York uses this fiscal strength in turn to provide a kind of “scholarship” to each of its students in the form of relatively modest charges for tuition and campus housing. York College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and has specialized accreditation for its business, nursing, allied health, and recreation programs. York College is proud of its ongoing efforts in gender equity. As per the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act of 1994, information regarding YCP’s gender equity statistics is available for review in the office of the Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation. Students can request a copy of the report from the Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation.

the grumbacher Sport & Fitness center The York College campus officially grew on April 29, 2006, as the College unveiled the Grumbacher Sport & Fitness Center to the public. This 160,000 square foot complex is the centerpiece for student life on the College’s West Campus. Bordered by McKay Hall and Grantley Hall, and a quadrangle of new dormitories, the Center features the Charles Wolf Gymnasium, a 1,712-seat arena hosting varsity competition in men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. Other features include an eight-lane competitive pool with instructional areas and 1- and 3-meter diving boards, a threecourt field house, spacious locker room facilities, and a state-of-the-art fitness area that spreads out over 7,600 square feet. Two new Sport Turf fields sit directly south of the Grumbacher Center. Graham Field is home to the men’s and women’s soccer and track & field teams while Kinsley Field is the home of the field hockey, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse teams.


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Date feb. 26 feb. 27 feb. 28 mar. 2 mar. 5 mar. 6 mar. 10 mar. 13 mar. 15 mar. 18 mar. 19 mar. 20 mar. 24 mar. 26 mar. 27 mar. 30 mar. 31 Apr. 1

2010 york college baseball Schedule

opponent at LaGrange Rawlings Southern classic at Emory at Emory Rawlings Southern classic at Rhodes @ Atlanta, Ga. at Randolph-macon mary Washington * at mary Washington * (dH) Wesley * at Wesley * (dH) at Elizabethtown at Gettysburg at Stevenson * Stevenson * (dH) at St. mary’s (md.) * Rowan St. mary’s (md.) * (dH) at Lebanon Valley Gallaudet * at messiah

Time 4:00 pm

11:00 am 2:00 pm 9:00 am 3:00 pm 2:30 pm 1:00 pm 2:30 pm 1:00 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 1:00 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 1:00 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm

Date Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 30 may. 1 may 2 may 6 may 7

opponent Time at Gallaudet * (dH) 1:00 pm at Salisbury * 3:30 pm Salisbury * (dH) 1:00 pm cAc Tournament - first Round cAc Tournament - Second Round cAc Tournament - Semifinals cAc Tournament - championship Game immaculata 3:30 pm franklin & marshall 4:00 pm christopher Newport (dH) 12:00 pm at Johns Hopkins 3:30 pm montclair St. 3:30 pm vs. Piedmont @ fayetteville, N.c. 2:00 pm vs. Piedmont @ fayetteville, N.c. 1:00 pm at methodist 7:00 pm at methodist 1:00 pm ferrum 3:30 pm ferrum 1:00 pm

* capital Athletic conference contest

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2010 York College Baseball Media Guide  

The 2010 York College baseball media guide complete with bios, stats, and information regarding the Spartan baseball program.

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