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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents, Team Picture................................................................1 Quick Facts, Appalachian Sports Network, Media Information.......................2 2007 Roster............................................................................................3 2007 Season Preview, Schedule..............................................................4-5 Head Coach Chris Pollard..........................................................................6 Assistant Coaches....................................................................................7 Meet the Mountaineers....................................................................... 8-15 2006 Results......................................................................................... 16 2006 Statistics...................................................................................... 17 Year-by-Year Records............................................................................. 18 Coaching Records.................................................................................. 18 All-Time Results............................................................................... 19-27 Single-Season Offensive Records.............................................................. 28 Single-Season Pitching Records............................................................... 29 Career Offensive Records........................................................................ 30 Career Pitching Records.......................................................................... 31 Team Records........................................................................................ 32 Honors and Awards, Mountaineers in the Major Leagues............................. 33 2006 Opponents............................................................................... 34-35 All-Time Series Versus Opponents............................................................ 36 The Southern Conference....................................................................... 37 Appalachian State University............................................................. 38-39 Chancellor, Director of Athletics.............................................................. 40 CREDITS Design and Editor: Mike Flynn Editorial Assistance: Ty Patton, Jessica Schmick, Simon Ault, Reynolds Patterson, Jeremy Singleton, Erin Souther, Andrew Huggins, Erin Flynn, ASU baseball staff Photography: Marc DeRose, Leila Jackson, Keith Cline, Troy Tuttle, Mike Flynn, ASU athletics archives Cover Design: Ty Patton, Leila Jackson, Mike Flynn Printing: MultiAd Sports (Peoria, Ill.)

2007 APPALACHIAN STATE MOUNTAINEERS



2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

TEAM INFORMATION

Name ............................................................ Appalachian State University

2006 Overall Record .................................................................... 24-31-1

Location . ..................................................................... Boone, N.C. 28608

2006 SoCon Record/Finish ......................................................... 9-18/8th

Founded . ........................................................................................ 1899

2006 Postseason . ............................................................................None

Enrollment ................................................................................... 14,800

Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................................................... 17/8

Nickname ........................................................................... Mountaineers

Starters Returning/Lost .....................................................................6/3

Colors ............................................................................... Black and Gold

Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................................................7/3

Affiliation ........................................................................NCAA Division I

Newcomers.......................................................................................... 13

Conference ................................................................................ Southern Chancellor . ........................................................... Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock

SPORTS INFORMATION

Athletics Director ................................................................. Charlie Cobb

Asst. A.D./Sports Information Director/Baseball Contact .......... Mike Flynn

Stadium.........................................................Jim and Bettie Smith (2,000)



Office ....................................................................... (828) 262-2845



Dimensions .................. LF - 330, LC - 370, CF - 400, RC - 370, RF - 330



Mobile ...................................................................... (828) 964-6406



Press Box Phone ....................................................................... TBA



Email.....[email protected]appstate.edu

Assistant SID . .......................................................................... Ty Patton COACHING STAFF

Assistant SID . ..................................................................Jessica Schmick

Head Coach .......................................................................... Chris Pollard

Intern..................................................................................... Simon Ault

Alma Mater . ............................................................. Davidson, 1996

Mailing Address ...................................................................... Box 32116



Record at ASU . ............................................... 34-73-1 (Two seasons)





Career Record ........................................... 174-180-1 (Seven seasons)

Overnight Address ........................................................... 307 Varsity Gym



............................................................................... Boone, NC 28608

Assistant Coaches





Matt Boykin, Third season (Barton, 2003)

Sports Information FAX .................................................... (828) 262-6106



Josh Jordan, First season (Catawba, 2002)

Website . ....................................................................... www.GoASU.com



Craig Scheffler, Second season (Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1993)

............................................................................... Boone, NC 28608

Baseball Office Phone ....................................................... (828) 262-6097

MOUNTAINEER BASEBALL ON ASN For the eighth-straight season, Mountaineer baseball can be heard in 2007 exclusively on the Appalachian Sports Network. The Voice of the Mountaineers, David Jackson, and Drew Branyon call all of the exciting action of ASU baseball on ASN. Jackson and Branyon bring fans around the world every pitch of every ASU home game at www.GoASU.com. Each broadcast begins 15 minutes prior to first pitch with pregame interviews and the latest news and insight into Mountaineer baseball. In addition, WATA 1450 AM in Boone will carry each Friday broadcast live. Following each contest, be sure to stay tuned for postgame interviews with head coach Chris Pollard and selected Appalachian players. In addition to all Mountaineer home games, the ASN team of Jackson and Branyon will call every pitch of the 2007 Southern Conference Tournament for the Southern Conference Sports Network. For information on where the Tournament broadcasts can be heard, visit www.SoConSports.com and www.GoASU.com as the postseason approaches.

David Jackson

MEDIA INFORMATION Appalachian State University assistant athletics director/sports information director Mike Flynn is the media contact for ASU baseball. Any media inquiries may be directed to him at (828) 262-2845 or [email protected] Appalachian sports information and the ASU baseball program are eager to assist the media with player and coach interviews. It is requested that media contact Mike Flynn with all player interview requests. Interviews will be arranged at places and times convenient to both parties. Press credential requests for all Appalachian baseball home games should be directed to Mike Flynn. Media requests allow access to the press box and photo areas. ASU athletics reserves the right to revoke media access due to misconduct and/or misrepresentation at any time. Permission to broadcast ASU baseball must be secured at least two weeks in advance from associate athletics director for public affairs David Jackson at (828) 262-2018.



Mike Flynn

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL 2007 ROSTER

No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Name Chris Baker Wes Borden Nick DeRose Jason Altenhof Jack Myers Adam Beasley Chris Patterson Andrew Franco Jason Rook Isaac Harrow Devin Ridlehoover Tom Prosser Brandon Graves Jerod Faggart Aubrey Edens Zach Quate Wes Hobson Rand Smith Calvin Teague Jonathan Reeder Ryan Laboy David Rubinstein Kevin Glass Brett Stewart Garrett Sherrill David Towarnicky Jake Faggart Brian Peede Frankie Lewis Adam Mills Nick Riddle Trevor Mullins Matt Andress Nick Daniels Brett Bloomquist Trey Glass

PosITION OF IF IF IF/OF OF C RHP C RHP/OF IF IF/OF OF LHP C RHP RHP IF/OF OF RHP RHP OF OF/RHP C/RHP IF RHP IF OF RHP IF RHP OF/C RHP/IF RHP LHP LHP LHP

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

HEIGHT WEIGHT Class Hometown/Previous School 5-10 175 Sr. Clarkton, N.C./East Columbus 6-0 175 So. Charlotte, N.C./South Mecklenburg 5-11 170 So. Winston-Salem, N.C./R.J. Reynolds 5-10 160 Jr. Santa Fe, Fla./Fla. C.C. of Jacksonville 5-10 190 Fr. Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park 5-9 170 Sr. Hendersonville, N.C./Blue Ridge C.C. 5-11 185 Fr. Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland County 5-10 190 Jr. Niceville, Fla./Tallahassee C.C. 6-1 190 So. Greensboro, N.C./Western Guilford 5-11 175 So. Hickory, N.C./Hickory 5-10 160 Fr. Raleigh, N.C./Wake Forest-Rolesville 6-0 175 Sr. Etowah, Tenn./Roane State C.C. 6-1 200 Jr. Crawfordville, Fla./Florida State Univ. 6-1 210 Fr. Concord, N.C./Northwest Cabarrus 6-1 180 So. Greenville, N.C./D.H. Conley 6-1 185 So. Raleigh, N.C./Wakefield 5-11 180 Fr. Winston-Salem, N.C./North Forsyth 6-1 185 So. Bolivia, N.C./South Brunswick 6-1 190 Jr. Taylorsville, N.C./Mars Hill Coll. 6-3 200 Sr. Matthews, N.C./Weddington 5-11 185 So. Harrisburg, N.C./High Point Univ. 6-2 180 So. Charlotte, N.C./South Mecklenburg 6-3 225 So. Matthews, N.C./Butler 6-0 205 Jr. Niceville, Fla./Tallahassee C.C. 6-5 210 So. Kannapolis, N.C./A.L. Brown 6-0 200 Fr. New Bern, N.C./New Bern 6-1 200 Fr. Concord, N.C./Northwest Cabarrus 6-0 180 Sr. Chocowinity, N.C./Athens Drive 6-0 185 Fr. Fuquay-Varina, N.C./Fuquay-Varina 6-1 205 Jr. Asheboro, N.C./Southwest Randolph 6-1 180 Jr. Gastonia, N.C./Forestview 6-3 215 Fr. Greensboro, N.C./Ragsdale 6-4 210 Fr. Charlotte, N.C./South Mecklenburg 6-0 190 So. Concord, N.C./Pfeiffer Univ. 6-3 190 Fr. Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley 5-9 160 Fr. Kings Mountain, N.C./Kings Mountain

Head Coach 14 Chris Pollard, Third season (Davidson, 1996) ASSISTANT CoachES 2 Josh Jordan, First season (Catawba, 2002) 13 Matt Boykin, Third season (Barton, 2003) 27 Craig Scheffler, Second season (Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1993)

BY POSITION PITCHERS (13 RHP, 4 LHP) 37 39 38 18 26 40 16 34 36 8 32 19 23 10 25 29 22

Matt Andress.................. RHP Brett Bloomquist..............LHP Nick Daniels.....................LHP Aubrey Edens.................. RHP Kevin Glass..................... RHP Trey Glass........................LHP Brandon Graves................LHP Adam Mills...................... RHP Trevor Mullins................. RHP Chris Patterson................ RHP Brian Peede.................... RHP Zach Quate..................... RHP Jonathan Reeder............. RHP Jason Rook..................... RHP David Rubinstein............. RHP Garrett Sherrill................ RHP Calvin Teague.................. RHP

CATCHERS (5) 7 17 9 26 35

Adam Beasley...................R/R Jerod Faggart...................R/R Andrew Franco................. L/R Kevin Glass......................R/R Nick Riddle......................R/R

INFIELDERS (10) 5 3 4 11 20 33 36 12 28 30

Jason Altenhof................. L/R Wes Borden......................B/R Nick DeRose.....................R/R Isaac Harrow....................R/R Wes Hobson..................... L/R Frankie Lewis...................R/R Trevor Mullins..................R/R Devin Ridlehoover.............B/R Brett Stewart...................R/R David Towarnicky............. L/L

OUTFIELDERS 5 1 31 20 24 6 15 35 12 10 25 21

Jason Altenhof................. L/R Chris Baker......................R/R Jake Faggart....................R/R Wes Hobson..................... L/R Ryan Laboy......................R/R Jack Myers.......................R/R Tom Prosser.....................R/R Nick Riddle......................R/R Devin Ridlehoover.............B/R Jason Rook...................... L/R David Rubinstein..............R/R Rand Smith......................R/R

ROSTER BREAKDOWN CLASS Freshmen............................................... 12 Sophomores............................................ 12 Juniors....................................................6 Seniors....................................................5 YEAR AT ASU First...................................................... 16 Second................................................... 14 Third.......................................................2 Fourth.....................................................2 Fifth........................................................1

BATS Right-handed......................................... 24 Left-handed.............................................9 Both........................................................2 THROWS Right-handed......................................... 30 Left-handed.............................................5 HOME STATE North Carolina........................................ 31 Florida.....................................................3 Tennessee................................................1



PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Appalachian...................... app-uh-LATCH-in Altenhof.................................. ALL-tin-hoff Edens............................................. EE-dins Laboy............................................ luh-BOY Ridlehoover...........................RYE-dil-hoover Rubinstein............................ ROO-bin-steen Towarnicky........................... TOWER-nick-ee

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL

2007 SEASON PREVIEW

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hris Pollard feels that his Appalachian State University baseball squad is ready to make the next step from back-to-back 10-win seasons in 200405 to a legitimate contender in the baseball-rich Southern Conference in 2007. The first step was made a season ago, when, just a year removed from the second of two-straight 10-win campaigns, Appalachian recorded the third-biggest turnaround in the school’s 103-year baseball history with a 24-31-1 record. ASU also rebounded from four-straight last- or next-to-last-place SoCon finishes by placing eighth in the league’s regular-season standings and winning its first conference tournament game in five years. A day after knocking off Davidson for its first postseason win since 2001, Appalachian came just seven outs short of upsetting regular-season champion and eventual NCAA regional participant Elon. While pleased with the results in 2006, Pollard is far from satisfied. “Between two successful recruiting classes and improved results on the field last spring, I think that the next step is to make the jump into the next tier of teams in our league,” Pollard said. “I think that we have the ability to make that step this season.” The groundwork for that next step has been laid predominantly on the recruiting trail the past two seasons. Of the 35 players on ASU’s roster coming into the 2007 season, 30 are in their first or second year in the program. The slew of newcomers is comprised of back-to-back recruiting classes that were ranked among the top crops in the state of North Carolina, including three players named N.C. high school players of the year and one Louisville Slugger all-American. The result is a young, but talented squad that should provide an exciting brand of baseball when the Mountaineers take the field for the Feb. 13 season opener at Gardner-Webb and especially when they christen their new home, Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium, later this spring.

iscule 1.35 ERA in 39.2 innings of work for the Southern Ohio Copperheads. Should he bounce back from arm issues, another right-handed sophomore, Aubrey Edens, will likely claim the third spot in the weekend rotation. The 2005 North Carolina 4A Player of the Year struggled a bit as a freshman in ’06, but Pollard feels Edens ironed out some mechanical issues that bothered him last season in the fall and is poised to have a breakout year in ’07. A pair of talented freshmen — righties Matt Andress and Chris Patterson — will make a lion’s share of ASU’s mid-week starts and contribute valuable innings out of the bullpen on weekends. Until Edens is back at full strength, Andress is expected to hold down the third spot in the rotation. Appalachian’s setup relief corps will be anchored by a trio of returning right-handers in Calvin Teague, Zach Quate and Adam Mills and two lefthanded newcomers – Brandon Graves and Nick Daniels. A season ago, Teague and Quate did a fine job of cementing the Mountaineers’ right-handed middle relief needs, as Teague won two games and recorded two saves in 19 appearances while Quate tied for second on the squad with four victories and worked a team-high 48 innings out of the bullpen. Pollard will count on Mills to provide late-inning matchup problems for tough right-handed hitters. Graves and Daniels, who come to ASU from Florida State and Pfeiffer, respectively, are expected to make up for the loss of rubber-armed southpaw Josh Fish, who turned in the first- and second-most single-season appearances (34 and 35) in school history the past two seasons. The closer’s role will likely be held down at the start of the season by sophomore David Rubinstein. Owning what Pollard describes as “possibly the most electric stuff” on the staff, Rubinstein pitched just 10 innings as a highschool senior and only two in his first collegiate season, but has developed his 90-plus mile-per-hour fastball and devastating breaking ball to the point that he will likely be a factor as a closer this season. The wild card in Appalachian’s pitching equation is the health of its only fifth-year senior, Jonathan Reeder. Reeder, who has spent much of the past three seasons as a starter, underwent hip surgery in December and likely won’t be ready for action until mid-March. When he returns, Pollard thinks that Reeder may fall into a valuable late-inning role, due in part to a need to limit innings following the injury and in part because he showed late in ’06 that he has the ability to flourish in that capacity. If all else fails, Pollard also knows that he can count on Sherrill to close out games if the need arises. As a freshman, Sherrill made eight relief appearances and earned a pair of saves.

PITCHERS

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eadlining the exciting young players are two front-end-of-the-rotation pitchers in right-handers Garrett Sherrill and Jason Rook. The duo is expected to return to their respective roles of No. 1 and No. 2 starters after combining for 11 wins in 37 appearances as freshmen in ’06. Sherrill will look to build on an impressive freshman campaign in which he posted a 7-5 record and led the team in ERA (4.11) PROJECTED PITCHING ROTATION and opponents’ batting averRHP Garrett Sherrill (6-5, 210, So.) age (.260) while eating up a 2006: 7-5, 4.11 ERA, 2 SV, 96.1 IP, 53 K, 41 BB school-record 96.1 innings on RHP Jason Rook (6-1, 190, So.) the mound. Only 18 years old 2006: 4-5, 4.71 ERA, 0 SV, 84.0 IP, 66 K, 54 BB at the time, Sherrill went on RHP Aubrey Edens* (6-1, 180, So.) to throw nearly 100 more in 2006: 0-3, 7.81 ERA, 1 SV, 40.1 IP, 29 K, 21 BB nings over the summer while RHP Matt Andress (6-4, 210 Fr.) leading his hometown of Kannapolis to a third-place finish RHP Chris Patterson (5-11, 185, Fr.) in the 2006 American Legion RELIEVERS - MIDDLE INNINGS/SET-UP state tournament. RHP Calvin Teague (6-1, 190, Jr.) Sherrill, who has added 2006: 2-2, 4.78 ERA, 2 SV, 32.0 IP, 12 K, 12 BB 30 pounds to his once lanky 6-5 frame since his arrival in RHP Zach Quate (6-1, 185, So.) Boone, sat out much of the 2006: 4-3, 6.56 ERA, 0 SV, 48.0 IP, 34 K, 18 BB fall to rest his well-worked LHP Brandon Graves (6-1, 200, Jr.) right arm. He began to work LHP Nick Daniels (6-0, 190, So.) back into the rotation near RHP Adam Mills (6-1, 205, Jr.) the end of ASU’s fall drills 2006: 0-1, 5.30 ERA, 1 SV, 18.2 IP, 17 K, 3 BB and is at 100 percent coming into the spring. RELIEVERS - LATE INNINGS/CLOSER Rook was equally as RHP David Rubinstein (6-2, 180, So.) impressive as a rookie in 2006: 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 0 SV, 2.0 IP, 0 K, 0 BB 2006, as his 66 strikeouts led RHP Jonathan Reeder* (6-3, 200, Sr.) the squad and his four wins 2006: 4-7, 6.10 ERA, 1 SV, 93.0 IP, 57 K, 28 BB were tied for second. A bit more powerful of a thrower * injured at start of 2007 season than Sherrill, Rook honed his skills last summer in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League, where he was a first-team all-league selection after posting a minReeder Rook Sherrill

POSITION PLAYERS

Despite the fact that Appalachian must replace three of its top four bats from a season ago, Pollard believes that the phase of the game the Black and Gold faithful will see the most improvement in this season is offense. “Offense is the one area that we’re appreciatively better this season,” Pollard said. “The guys back are a year better and the newcomers are very talented. We have more left/right balance in the lineup, more power and more guys at the top of the lineup with the ability to really set the table. It should translate to the ability to score more runs.” The lineup is really a tale of two areas — the outfield, which is expected to boast all three returnees from a season ago, and the infield, which will likely have four newcomers in the order at any one time. The Appalachian outfield of left fielder Rubinstein, center fielder Chris Baker and right fielder Rand Smith returns intact from a season ago. Rubinstein and Smith provide pop from the corner outfield positions, as both tied for third on the team with five home runs last season as freshman. Rubinstein finished second on the squad with eight stolen bases, while Smith ranked second on the team with 36 runs batted in. However, it’s likely that the roles will be reversed in 2007, as Rubinstein is projected to produce more runs from the fifth spot in the batting order and Smith will be expected to set the table and steal more bases from the nine hole. Returning for his fourth season as a starter, Baker is one of the top defensive center fielders in the league, as well as an underrated threat at the plate. He will likely hold down the eighth spot in the order, but will first need to battle back from a shoulder injury that will shelve him at the start of the season. Smith is the most likely candidate to man center with Baker out of the lineup. Senior Tom Prosser and sophomore transfer Ryan Laboy are options to fill in the missing spot in the outfield and Baker’s hole in the batting order. In the infield, the only position manned by returnees is third base, where a pair of sophomores — incumbent Nick DeRose and last season’s starter at first base, Wes Borden — will both likely see playing time. DeRose is the odds-



2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL

2007 SEASON PREVIEW on favorite to get the majority of starts at the hot 1) SS Jason Altenhof (5-10, 160, L/R, Jr.) corner, as his defensive 2) CF Chris Baker* (5-10, 175, R/R, Sr.) prowess and ability to set 2006: .282, 18 2B, 0 3B, 4 HR, 24 RBI, 9 SB the table from the twohole give him the slight or edge. However, Borden, 3B Nick DeRose (5-11, 160, L/L, So.) who finished second on 2006: .269, 14 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, 30 RBI, 5 SB the team with a .321 3) 2B Wes Hobson (5-11, 180, L/R, Fr.) batting average a season 4) DH Andrew Franco (5-10, 190, L/R, Jr.) ago, will see a fair share 5) LF David Rubinstein (6-2, 180, R/R, So.) of playing time, whether 2006: .301, 12 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 39 RBI, 8 SB it be at third or second 6) 1B Brett Stewart (6-0, 205, R/R, Jr.) base. From there, it is all or newcomers around the 1B David Towarnicky (6-0, 200, L/L, Fr.) horn. Junior-college 7) C Jerrod Faggart (6-1, 210, R/R, Fr.) transfer Jason Altenhof 8) 3B Nick DeRose (5-11, 160, L/L, So.) has the job of filling the 2006: .269, 14 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, 30 RBI, 5 SB large shoes left by the or last two players to man CF Chris Baker* (5-10, 175, R/R, Sr.) the shortstop position for 2006: .282, 18 2B, 0 3B, 4 HR, 24 RBI, 9 SB the Black and Gold, Brad Peisel and Joey Robinson. 9) RF Rand Smith (6-1, 185, R/R, So.) Having coached a pair of 2006: .283, 7 2B, 3 3B, 5 HR, 36 RBI, 5 SB standouts at shortstop OTHER TOP POSITION PLAYERS the past two seasons, Pollard had high praise for 3B/2B Wes Borden (6-0, 175, B/R, So.) Altenhof when he said 2006: .321, 13 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 26 RBI, 2 SB the Florida-native has a OF Tom Prosser (6-0, 180, R/R, Sr.) chance to “be as good as 2006: .196, 1 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 6 RBI, 2 SB anyone I’ve ever coached OF Ryan Laboy (5-11, 185, R/R, So.) at shortstop.” In addition * injured at start of 2007 season to anchoring the infield defensively, Altenhof is expected to be the catalyst for the Mountaineer offense from the leadoff spot. Baker Rubinstein Smith Freshman Wes Hobson will make up the other half of the double-play combination and bat third and be backed up by Borden. At first base, junior college transfer Brett Stewart and freshman David Towarnicky are embroiled in the team’s most tightly contested battle for a starting nod. Stewart, a right-hander, and Towarnicky, a lefty, both hit for power and average and could platoon throughout the season. Another position at which the Apps have no shortage of power is catcher. Both junior college transfer Andrew Franco and freshman Jerrod Faggart are expected to be fixtures in the lineup, as whichever one is not behind the plate will likely be the team’s designated hitter. Franco, the more seasoned of the two backstops, is penciled in as the cleanup hitter, while Faggart, who Pollard said came further along in one fall than any player he’s ever coached, should hit seventh. Unfortunately, senior Adam Beasley probably won’t be a factor in 2007, as he will most likely have to sit the campaign out due to injuries that have plagued him since his arrival at ASU. He is expected to make a full recovery though and be at full strength by the fall.

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Super Regional play a year ago and still boasts the league’s top pitching staff, which finished second nationally in ERA (3.02) in ’06 and returns all-conference arms Nick Chigges and Danny Meszaros. WCU is home to the league’s top bats, led by Steven Straughsbaugh (.340, 17 HR, 64 RBI in 2006). Out of conference, while Florida State and South Carolina have the most name recognition, Wake Forest, ETSU and Dayton are all strong programs that Appalachian has a combined five home games against. In all, ASU has 14 contests versus teams that advanced to postseason play a year ago and 22 games scheduled to be played in its new home, Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. The state-of-the-art, 2,000-seat home of Mountaineer baseball, located behind the Broyhill Inn and Conference Center on the ASU campus, is slated to open March 10-11 with a three-game set versus Fairleigh Dickinson. In addition to the 22 games in Boone, ASU will host three-game series versus Coppin State (Feb. 17-18) and Dayton (March 2-3) at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium in Kannapolis, N.C. and Ernie Shore Field in Winston-Salem, N.C., respectively. Those series not only allow the Apps to escape the unpredictable early-season weather conditions in the High Country, but also affords the players the opportunity to play in two of the finest minor-league venues that North Carolina has to offer and allows fans across the state to see the Mountaineers in action closer to home.

2007 APPALACHIAN STATE BASEBALL SCHEDULE FEBRUARY SUNDAY

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THURSDAY

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13 Gardner-Webb 2:30 p.m.

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(at Kannapolis) 17 COPPIN STATE Noon (DH)

(at Kannapolis) 18 COPPIN STATE 1 p.m.

19

20 Wake Forest 2:30 p.m.

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23 Florida State 5 p.m.

24 Florida State 3 p.m.

25 Florida State 1 p.m.

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28 N.C. A&T 3 p.m.

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6

7 E. Tennessee St. 7 p.m.

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11 F. DICKINSON 1 p.m.

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13 South Carolina 7 p.m.

14 South Carolina 7 p.m.

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20 E. TENNESSEE ST. 3 p.m.

21 UNC ASHEVILLE 3 p.m.

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27 E. Tennessee St. 7 p.m.

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(at W-S) DAYTON 1 p.m.

ELON* 1 p.m. 25

26

WOFFORD* 1 p.m.

SATURDAY (at W-S) 3 DAYTON Noon (DH) 10 F. DICKINSON Noon (DH)

16 ELON* 3 p.m.

17 ELON* 1 p.m.

23 WOFFORD* 3 p.m.

24 WOFFORD* 1 p.m.

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Furman* 7 p.m.

Furman* 4 p.m.

FRIDAY 6 C. of Charleston* 6 p.m.

SATURDAY 7 C. of Charleston* 1 p.m.

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8 C. of Charleston* 1 p.m.

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10 GARDNER-WEBB 3 p.m.

15 THE CITADEL* 1 p.m.

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22 GA. SOUTHERN* 1 p.m.

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Furman* 1 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 4 UNC Asheville 7 p.m.

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12

13 THE CITADEL* 3 p.m.

14 THE CITADEL* 1 p.m.

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Radford 3 p.m.

N.C. A&T 3 p.m.

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20 GA. SOUTHERN* 3 p.m.

21 GA. SOUTHERN* 1 p.m.

24 UNC ASHEVILLE 3 p.m.

25 WAKE FOREST 3 p.m.

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SCHEDULE

As has become tradition at Appalachian, the Mountaineers face what has to be considered one of the most competitive schedules in all of college baseball. In addition to the rigors of the Southern Conference, which has quietly become one of the nation’s top baseball leagues and a consistent breeding ground for multiple NCAA Regional berths, the Apps must also contend with a challenging non-conference slate which includes series with ACC powers Florida State and Wake Forest, perennial SEC contender South Carolina and upstart programs from East Tennessee State and Dayton. In the SoCon, Pollard expects defending NCAA Regional participants Elon and College of Charleston to be the teams to beat, along with archrival Western Carolina. Elon, which won its first SoCon title last season, is projected to have seven seniors in its lineup. College of Charleston advanced to

MAY SUNDAY

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6 Western Carolina* 2 p.m. 13

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11 Longwood* 2 p.m.

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18 UNC Greensboro* 6 p.m.

19 UNC Greensboro* 6 p.m.

25 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

26 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

8 Davidson* 3 p.m.

Davidson* 3 p.m. (DH)

RADFORD 3 p.m.

20 UNC Greensboro* 1 p.m.

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22 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

23 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

24 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

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FRIDAY SATURDAY 4 5 Western Carolina* Western Carolina* 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

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THE POLLARD FILE

HEAD COACH CHRIS POLLARD

Name: Christopher M. Pollard Wife: Stephanie Son: Thomas (Born July 7, 2005) Education B.A. psychology Davidson, 1996 M.S. physical education/health education Mississippi State, 2004

THIRD SEASON AT ASU • EIGHTH SEASON OVERALL B.A. DAVIDSON, 1996 M.S. MISSISSIPPI STATE, 2004

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xpectations are high for Appalachian State University baseball in 2007, as head coach Chris Pollard engineered one of the biggest single-season turnarounds in school history in ‘06. Pollard now enters his third season as the head baseball coach at Appalachian after being handed the reins of the Mountaineer baseball program on July 20, 2004. Following the program’s second-straight 10-win season in 2005, Pollard led the Mountaineers to 24 victories in 2006. The 14-win improvement marked the third-biggest turnaround in terms of total victories in school history, behind only the 1981 (+18 wins) and 1969 (+16 wins) teams. The feat puts Pollard in impressive company, as the 1981 and 1969 squads were coached by ASU Hall of Famers Jim Morris and Frank Lovrich, respectively. The turnaround culminated with Appalachian’s first Southern Conference Tournament berth in five years, where it won its first game before dropping a pair of tough decisions, including a one-run, walk-off loss to regular-season champion and NCAA Tournament-qualifier Elon. Prior to the achievements of 2006, Pollard’s first season at the helm of the Mountaineers was highlighted by a pair of victories over perennial Southern Conference-power The Citadel and ASU’s first-ever season sweep of in-state foe Charlotte. Despite the impressive victories, Pollard’s first two seasons at ASU have perhaps been punctuated by his top notch recruiting classes. His first crop of newcomers ranked among the top classes in North Carolina, with the state’s 4A and 2A Players of the Year both committing to help turn around the program’s fortunes. In 2006, ASU once again landed one of the state’s top recruiting classes, with Pollard receiving commitments from North Carolina’s Pitcher of the Year and a Louisville Slugger High School All-American. Prior to coming to Appalachian, Pollard was the head coach at Pfeiffer University from 2000-04. He arrived at ASU fresh off of coaching Pfeiffer to the winningest season in school history, a 41-14 campaign that culminated with its second-straight CVAC regular-season championship and a berth in the 2004 NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional. In addition to the school-record 41 victories, the Falcons reached as high as No. 2 in the South Atlantic Regional rankings and No. 10 in the nation according to Collegiate Baseball newspaper. For his efforts, Pollard was named the 2004 CVAC Coach of the Year both by the league’s coaches and the American Baseball Coaches Association. Pollard took over a Pfeiffer squad which had suffered through losing campaigns in three of the four seasons before he arrived in Misenheimer in 2000 and immediately began a rebuilding project which led to the Falcons’ record improving in each of his five seasons as head coach. After leading the squad to its first winning season in five years with a 25-22 record in 2002, Pollard earned his first championship as a head coach by coaching the Falcons to a 33-17 overall mark and the CVAC Tournament title in 2003. His 140 career victories are the second-most in school history.

Coaching Experience 1999-2004 1996-99 1998 1997

Pfeiffer Davidson Durham* Rocky Mount*

Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach

* Coastal Plain League (NCAA-certified collegiate summer league) Professional Playing Experience 1996 Salinas 1996 Sioux Falls

Western League Northern League

Collegiate Playing Experience 1992-96 Davidson Career Season-by-Season

Year School 2000 Pfeiffer 2001 Pfeiffer 2002 Pfeiffer 2003 Pfeiffer 2004 Pfeiffer 2005 Appalachian State 2006 Appalachian State Pfeiffer — Five Seasons Appalachian — Two Seasons Total — Seven Seasons

Overall 20-28 21-26 25-22-1 33-17 41-14 10-42 24-31-1 140-107-1 (.567) 34-73-1 (.319) 174-180-2 (.492)

Conf. 10-15 11-12 11-14 16-10 18-6 5-24 9-18 66-57 (.537) 14-42 (.250) 80-99 (.447)

Conf. Finish Eighth Sixth Eighth Third* First 11th Eighth

* Denotes CVAC Tournament Championship

In addition to his duties as head baseball coach, Pollard served as Pfeiffer’s director of athletics for the 2003-04 year. In that capacity, he oversaw the daily supervision of Pfeiffer’s 16 varsity sports, including NCAA compliance, budget and salary management, public relations, fund-raising and facility oversight. Prior to his stint at Pfeiffer, Pollard served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Davidson. His main responsibilities for the DC staff included serving as the Wildcats’ pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. Administratively, Pollard took on duties as Davidson’s assistant director of game management, which included work in ticket sales, event administration, gameday parking and facility oversight. Pollard also gained coaching experience in the NCAA-certified Coastal Plain Summer League, as the head coach of the Durham Braves in 1998 and pitching coach with the Rocky Mount Rock Fish in 1997. As a player at Davidson from 1993-96, Pollard earned distinction as just the third pitcher in program history to win 20 games in his career. He ranks among the all-time top 10 at Davidson with 20 wins (3rd all-time at DC), 168 strikeouts (8th), 59 appearances (t-7th), 309 innings pitched (4th), 39 starts (6th), 18 complete games (t-7th) and two shutouts (t-3rd). As a sophomore, he defeated both No. 1 Georgia Tech and No. 25 Western Carolina, while he tied an NCAA record as a junior by earning victories in both ends of a doubleheader versus Georgia Southern. After graduation, Pollard played professionally in both the Western League and the highly regarded Northern League before returning to Davidson to begin his coaching career. Pollard earned a B.A. in psychology from Davidson in 1996, with a concentration in child and adolescent development and a Master’s in physical education/health education from Mississippi State in 2004. His wife, Stephanie, is a 1997 Davidson graduate and a teacher at Blowing Rock El- Chris Pollard was a standout ementary School. The couple and their son, pitcher at SoCon-rival Davidson from 1992-96. Thomas (1), reside in Boone.

The Pollard Family: Thomas, Stephanie and Chris

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ASST. COACH JOSH JORDAN

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ASST. COACH MATT BOYKIN

FIRST SEASON AT ASU B.A. CATAWBA, 2002 M.S. FORT HAYS ST., 2005

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osh Jordan, an assistant coach at Young Harris Junior College last season, began his first season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University on Aug. 17, 2006. Jordan coaches ASU’s hitters, outfielders and catchers and is heavily involved in recruiting. In his only season at Young Harris, Jordan helped lead the Mountain Lions to a runner-up finish in the 2006 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XVII Tournament. Prior to his stint at Young Harris, Jordan spent two seasons at Fort Hays State in Hays, Kan. He began his time at Fort Hays as a graduate assistant in 2004 before being elevated to the Tigers’ top assistant and recruiting coordinator in 2005. As the Tigers’ outfield coach, Jordan mentored Jeff Bieker, a 15th-round selection of the Oakland Athletics in the 2005 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Jordan played second base at Catawba College from 1999-2002, helping lead the Indians to the 2002 South Atlantic Conference Tournament championship. Following his graduation from Catawba in 2002, he began his coaching career as a volunteer coach at his alma mater in 2003. In addition to his collegiate coaching stops, Jordan spent three seasons with the Thomasville HiToms of the Coastal Plain Collegiate Summer League, as an assistant in 2003 and ‘04 and head coach in ‘05. Jordan holds a B.A. in social studies education from Catawba and earned a M.S. in exercise science from Fort Hays State in 2005. A Gastonia, N.C. native, Jordan was a four-year letterwinner and an all-conference performer at Hunter Huss H.S. from 1995-98.

THIRD SEASON AT ASU B.S. BARTON, 2003 M.S. U.S. SPORTS ACAD.EMY, 2005

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att Boykin, a four-year letterwinner at Barton College in Wilson, N.C., is in his third season as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University. Head coach Chris Pollard named Boykin to his staff on Aug. 26, 2004. The senior member of head coach Chris Pollard’s staff, Boykin has been an integral part of Appalachian’s turnaround from back-to-back 10-win seasons to last year’s 24 victories. Boykin came to ASU after spending the 2004 season as an assistant coach at Barton, helping lead the Bulldogs to a 27-26 overall record and a fourthplace finish in the highly regarded NCAA Division II Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference. As a player at Barton, Boykin enjoyed a standout career as a pitcher, infielder and outfielder. He put together his best season as a senior in 2003, putting together a .340 batting average and hitting safely in 22 of 29 CVAC contests while also compiling a 6-2 record and 3.36 ERA on the mound. He earned all-CVAC Tournament honors as a junior and senior and collected academic all-conference accolades in 2001 and ‘03. In addition to spending the 2004 season as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Boykin was the head coach of the Asheboro Copperheads of the Coastal Plain League and served as an assistant coach with the CPL’s Wilson Tobs in 2004. He has also gained experience working at several camps throughout the Southeast and has been an assistant coach for American Legion squads in Wilson and Apex, N.C. Boykin earned a pair of bachelor’s degrees in business administration and sports management from Barton in 2003 and a master’s degree in sports coaching from the United States Sports Academy in 2005.

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SECOND SEASON AT ASU B.S. WISC.-MILWAUKEE, 1993 M.S. NC STATE, 1999

veteran of college and professional baseball, Craig Scheffler brings a wealth of experience in his second season as Appalachian State University’s pitching coach. In Scheffler’s first season at Appalachian, the Mountaineers posted a team earned run average of 5.76, down nearly two-and-a-half runs from their 8.15 ERA in 2005. A former standout pitcher at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and 12th-round draft pick by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Scheffler comes to Appalachian after helping lead NC State’s club baseball team to a 173-49 record and three-straight National Club Baseball Association World Series appearances as the program’s pitching coach from 1997-2005. Scheffler began his collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin in 1990 and transferred to UWM following the disbandment of Wisconsin’s program in 1991. At UWM, he led the Panthers with 54 strikeouts in 1992 and was drafted by the Dodgers in 1993 despite compiling a collegiate record of just 4-14. In five professional seasons, Scheffler compiled an 18-16 career record with a 4.95 ERA and 247 strikeouts in 331 innings of work. In 1994, he led the Class A Northwest league with eight wins for the Yakima Bears. Scheffler relocated to Raleigh in 1994 where he attended NC State and earned a Master’s degree in civil engineering in 1999. He currently works as a transportation engineer for HNTB Corporation in Raleigh and resides in Boone with his wife, Nicole, and their two-year-old daughter, Brooke.

Matt Boykin (left - 13) and Craig Scheffler (right) are joined by Josh Jordan on Chris Pollard’s staff in 2007.

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ASST. COACH CRAIG SCHEFFLER

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of runs versus eventual SoCon-champion College of Charleston (March 27) ... enjoyed first-career three-hit game and scored a pair of runs in 11-2 victory at Campbell (April 20) ... hit safely in final six games of the season, including going 6-for-12 with three doubles, a home run, five RBI and three runs scored in season-ending series versus Western Carolina (May 22-23).

JASON ALTENHOF IF/OF • L/R • 5-10 • 160 • JR. SANTA FE, FLA. SANTA FE/FLORIDA C.C. OF JACKSONVILLE

High School: Earned all-conference accolades all four years of prep career at East Columbus High School ... hit .367 with 19 stolen bases as well as going 9-1 on the mound as a senior en route to team MVP and league Player of the Year honors ... coached by Karl Bracey ... a versatile athlete, was also a standout in football and track ... three-time all-conference performer in football and 300meter school-record holder in track.

Previous College: Ranked among Florida’s top-three junior-college players with 76 hits, 33 stolen bases and five triples in 2006, en route to first-team all-Mid Florida Conference accolades ... as a freshman, earned both second-team allconference recognition on the field and academic all-conference honors in the classroom ... coached by Chris Blaquiere.

Personal: Full name is Christopher Alan Baker ... born Aug. 20, 1985 (21 years old) ... son of Vallie Vandoren Baker ... enjoys fishing, swimming, running, Native American dancing and automobile repair ... majoring in athletic training.

High School: Hit .400 with 28 stolen bases to earn first-team all-state and all-county recognition as a senior ... named team’s most valuable offensive and defensive player ... coached by Todd Gray ... also lettered in golf.

BAKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS 2004 .208 38-31 2005 .276 50-48 2006 .282 56-54 TOTALS .264 144-133

Personal: Full name is Jason Michael Altenhof ... born Aug. 20, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Denise Reyes ... is second of five children, ranging in age from 22 to 1 ... brother, Ryan, plays baseball at Warner Southern College ... grandfather, Denny Nickle, played college baseball and basketball and minor-league baseball ... majoring in communication with a minor in construction technology ... aspires for a career in real estate.

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MATT ANDRESS

R 15 24 43 82

H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 22 9-0-2 10 5-5 50 7-0-4 18 3-5 58 18-0-4 24 9-14 130 34-0-10 52 17-24

ADAM BEASLEY C • R/R • 5-9 • 170 • SR. HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. HENDERSONVILLE/BLUE RIDGE C.C.

RHP • R/R • 6-4 • 210 • FR. CHARLOTTE, N.C. SOUTH MECKLENBURG

2006: Battled injuries throughout his first year in the Black and Gold ... played in 42 games, making 35 starts (19 at C and 16 at DH) ... despite playing in just 42 contests, tied for third on team with nine multi-RBI performances and ranked fourth with 31 total runs driven in ... ranked third on squad with six home runs and second with .533 slugging percentage ... also ranked second on team with 25 walks ... hit pinch-hit home run in bottom of eighth inning versus Niagara (Feb. 25), a game ASU went on to win 7-6 in 13 innings ... went seasonbest 3-for-4 twice (April 4 vs. Charlotte and April 11 vs. N.C. A&T), driving in three runs in each game ... registered season-high four RBI in win at Georgia Southern (March 14) ... drove in runs with a sacrifice bunt and a double in onerun loss to top-seeded Elon in SoCon Tournament (May 24).

High School: Posted a 9-1 record as a senior ... two-time all-state honoree ... all-conference performer ... as a junior, teamed up with current ASU teammates Wes Borden and David Rubinstein to help lead South Mecklenburg to 2005 North Carolina 4A state championship series ... three-year letterwinner ... coached by Hal Bagwell. Personal: Full name is Matthew Tormay Andress ... born Feb. 10, 1988 (19 years old) ... son of Emily and Larry Andress ... majoring in business marketing.

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AB 106 181 206 493

CHRIS BAKER

Previous College: Hit .375 with 110 HR, 50 RBI and 51 walks in two seasons at Blue Ridge Community College in Flatrock, N.C. ... named second-team allconference in 2005 ... coached by Damon Towe ... played at Blue Ridge with ASU teammate Joe Springs.

OF • R/R • 5-10 • 175 • SR. CLARKTON, N.C. EAST COLUMBUS

High School: A three-time all-conference selection at Hendersonville H.S. ... also earned all-area accolades as a junior and senior and team MVP honors as a junior ... hit .450 with five home runs and 23 RBI for his prep career ... coached by Jerry Smith ... also lettered in cross country.

2006: Was the only Mountaineer to play in all 56 games, making 54 starts (52 in CF and one each in LF and RF) ... tied for team lead and for sixth in SoCon with 18 doubles ... led team with nine stolen bases ... had 16 multi-hit games, good for tie for fourth on squad ... went 3-for-5 with two RBI and three runs scored in win over Army (Feb. 25) ... had two more hits in and scored twice a day later versus Army ... went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI in win over Canisius (March 12) ... blasted a three-run homer versus College of Charleston (March 17) ... hit safely in 19 of final 25 games of the season, with 10 multi-hit outings during string ... went 3-for-6 with a pair of doubles in rout over Wofford (April 14) ... combined to go 6-for-11 with two home runs, six runs scored and five RBI in three games versus North Carolina A&T (April 11 and 18 and May 16) ... went 2-for-3 with a homer, two RBI and three runs scored in win at Georgia Southern (May 14) ... went 2-for-4 with a double and run scored in SoCon Tournament win over Davidson (May 23).

Personal: Full name is Adam Joseph Beasley ... born Dec. 4, 1984 (22 years old) ... son of Amy and Ray Beasley ... enjoys fishing, going to the beach, cooking and watching football and baseball ... majoring in recreation management ... plans to go to graduate school following completion of undergrad studies ... member of ASU athletics’ academic honor roll and recipient of SoCon Commissioner’s Medal for academic achievement.

BEASLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006

2005: Appeared in 50 games, making 48 starts (45 in center field, three in left) ... finished fourth on team with 50 hits and fifth with .276 average ... displayed power stroke with four home runs, tied for second on the squad ... recorded three hits twice in a four-game span with 3-for-3 efforts versus Charlotte (March 22) and Gardner-Webb (March 30) ... hit safely in all three games at nationally ranked College of Charleston (April 1-3) ... had career-best 4-for-5 day at Davidson (April 17) ... closed season by hitting safely in 10 of his final 13 games with three of his four home runs during that span ... one of the Mountaineers’ top defensive outfielders, led the team with nine outfield assists. 2004: Appeared in 38 games as a true freshman, making 31 starts ... versatile outfielder made 10 starts each in left, center and right fields ... drove in a pair



AVG. GP-GS .287 42-35

AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 122 29 35 12-0-6 31 0-1

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BRETT BLOOMQUIST

NICK DeROSE

LHP • L/L • 6-3 • 190 • FR. GREENSBORO, N.C. GRIMSLEY

IF • R/R • 5-11 • 170 • SO. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. R.J. REYNOLDS

High School: Went 16-4 with a 2.54 ERA as a prep ... posted Grimsley’s lowest ERA for two-straight seasons and captained the team as a senior ... named to conference’s all-tournament team in 2006 ... coached by Alan Ashkinazy.

2006: Played in 55 games, making 54 starts (46 at 3B, seven in LF and one at 2B) ... was ASU’s primary leadoff hitter (29 games) ... scored 44 runs, tied for most on team ... also ranked second on squad in at-bats (212), tied for second in triples (2), third in doubles (14) and tied for third in stolen bases (5) ... recorded three or more hits in six games, second-best on the squad ... in just second-career start, had a season-best four hits in seven at-bats, driving in two and scoring once in 13-inning win over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 21) ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs in win over Army (Feb. 26) ... scored season-high four runs in win over Canisius (March 10) ... hit .615 (8-for-13) with nine runs scored and four driven in to lead four-game sweep of Canisius ... had two hits in each of three games at Wofford (April 14-15) ... drove in season-best four runs in rout over N.C. A&T (April 18) ... helped lead ASU to first SoCon Tournament win in five years with 3-for-4, two-RBI effort versus Davidson (May 23) ... went 2-for-4 in season-ending loss to Georgia Southern (May 25).

Personal: Full name is Brett Michael Bloomquist ... born April 17, 1988 (turns 19 during season) ... son of Niki and Mark Bloomquist ... the oldest of three children in his family ... enjoys fishing, surfing and spending time with his dogs ... is a member of ASU’s College Republicans ... majoring in exercise science, preprofessional ... plans to go to medical school and become an orthopedic surgeon ... is a member of ASU athletics’ academic honor roll.

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WES BORDEN IF • B/R • 6-0 • 175 • SO. CHARLOTTE, N.C. SOUTH MECKLENBURG

High School: A three-time all-conference performer at Reynolds H.S. in Winston-Salem ... Reynolds’ Offensive Player of the Year ... hit over .346 with two home runs and 21 RBI as a junior ... participated in 2004 and ‘05 State Games ... coached by Doug Welch.

2006: Finished second on team with .321 batting average ... played in 47 games with 38 starts (32 at 1B, 4 at 2B and 2 at 3B) ... recorded 14 multi-hit games ... tied for fourth on squad with 13 doubles ... had a three-hit game and two fourhit performances in first four collegiate outings ...went 3-for-5 with two RBI in season-opening win over Buffalo (Feb. 19) ... went 4-for-7 with an RBI and two runs scored in 13-inning marathon versus Gardner-Webb (Feb. 21) and followed that up with 4-for-5, three-RBI performance in win over Army (Feb. 25) ... registered a double in five-straight games from Feb. 19-26 ... went 3-for-5 and scored a pair of runs in win over Canisius (March 10) ... put together seasonlong 13-game hitting streak from April 30-May 24 ... went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and RBI May 13 vs. Georgia Southern ... had two hits in three at-bats in one-run loss to top-seeded Elon in SoCon Tournament (May 24) ... had 13-game hit streak snapped in season-ending loss to Georgia Southern (May 25).

Personal: Full name is Nicholas Paul DeRose ... born Jan. 27, 1987 (20 years old) ... son of Dawn and Marc DeRose ... enjoys raising tropical fish ... a member of the Dean’s list and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... majoring in business management ... plans to pursue an MBA following graduation ... member of ASU athletics’ academic honor roll and recipient of SoCon Commissioner’s Medal for academic achievement.

DeROSE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006

2006: A two-way player as a freshman, appeared in 24 games, including 19 on the mound ... made four starts at pitcher ... posted an 0-3 record and 7.81 ERA ... batted .333 with two hits in six at-bats ... allowed just one run over first three appearances, including two-inning, no-hit, three-strikeout performance for only save of season versus Army (Feb. 26) ... tossed 1.1 innings of hitless relief in 4-3 win over Western Carolina (April 1) ... struck out season-high four in 2.2 innings of work versus Furman (April 23).

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AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 156 27 50 13-0-0 26 2-3

High School: North Carolina’s 4A Player of the Year and Impact Baseball Pitcher of the Year in 2005 ... went 13-1 with 0.82 ERA to help lead D.H. Conley to 4A state championship ... allowed just 51 hits while striking out 114 and walking only 19 in 94 innings ... a two-time all-conference honoree in addition to all-state honors as a senior ... coached by Jason Mills ... selected to play North CarolinaSouth Carolina and East-West all-star games.

NICK DANIELS PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE

AUBREY EDENS RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 180 • SO. GREENVILLE, N.C. D.H. CONLEY

Personal: Full name is Wesley Lucas Borden ... born Nov. 24, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Lisa Lewis and Craig Borden ... a member of ASU’s academic honor roll and scholars’ honor society ... enjoys playing guitar and mountain biking ... major is undecided. AVG. GP-GS .321 47-38

AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 212 44 57 14-2-1 30 5-11

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High School: 4A all-state honoree as a senior at South Mecklenburg H.S. ... earned all-conference honors in 2004 and ‘05 and all-Mecklenburg accolades in ‘05 ... collected South Meck’s Coaches’ Award following junior and senior campaigns ... hit over .400 with 30+ RBI in each of his final two prep seasons ... helped lead Sabres’ to 4A state final as a senior ... played with ASU teammates David Rubinstein and Matt Andress at SMHS ... coached by Hal Bagwell.

Year 2006

AVG. GP-GS .269 55-54

LHP • L/L • 6-0 • 190 • SO. CONCORD, N.C. NORTHWEST CABARRUS/PFEIFFER UNIV.

Personal: Full name is Aubrey Joel Edens ... born March 18, 1987 (turns 20 during season) ... son of Darlene and Randy Edens ... enjoys boating and wakeboarding ... majoring in construction technology ... aspires for a career in engineering management.

Previous School: Went 5-5 with a save in 20 appearances as a freshman at Pfeiffer University (NCAA Division II) ... recorded two complete games and a shutout ... five wins tied for team lead ... coached by Mark Hayes.

EDENS’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2006

High School: An all-conference and second-team all-state performer as a senior ... named team’s most valuable pitcher ... played with current ASU teammates Jake and Jerod Faggart ... coached by Joe Hubbard.

ERA 7.81

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 0-3 19-4 40.1 57 38 35 21 29 1

EDENS’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2006

Personal: Full name is Nicholas Anthony Daniels ... born Dec. 13, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Michael Daniels ... is the youngest of three children ... majoring in communication with a business minor.



AVG. GP-GS .333 5-0

AB 6

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H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2 0-0-0 0 0-0

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K. GLASS’S CAREER STATISTICS

JAKE FAGGART

Year 2006

OF • R/R • 6-1 • 200 • FR. CONCORD, N.C. NORTHWEST CABARRUS

AVG. GP-GS .000 5-0

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TREY GLASS PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE

LHP • L/L • 5-9 • 160 • FR. KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. KINGS MOUNTAIN

High School: A two-sport star, lettering three times in both baseball and football ... an all-conference and all-area performer in both sports ... teamed with current ASU teammates Jerod Faggart and Nick Daniels to lead Northwest Cabarrus to 3A state championship series as a junior ... coached by Joe Hubbard ... threw for 1,300 yards and 19 touchdowns in just seven gridiron contests as a senior before season was cut short due to injury.

High School: A three-time all-conference selection, including first-team recognition as a junior and senior ... coached by Eric King.

Personal: Full name is Jacob Andrew Faggart ... born Oct. 28, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Ally and Rich Schrader ... is one of five children ... twin brother, Jerod, is also a member of ASU baseball squad ... majoring in business.

Personal: Full name is Harold Moffitt Glass III ... born Jan. 3, 1988 (19 years old) ... son of Cissy and Hal Glass ... oldest of three children ... enjoys playing video games ... majoring in business management.

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JEROD FAGGART C • R/R • 6-1 • 210 • FR. CONCORD, N.C. NORTHWEST CABARRUS

BRANDON GRAVES PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE

LHP • L/L • 6-1 • 200 • JR. CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. WAKULLA/TALLAHASSEE C.C./FLORIDA ST.

High School: A four-year letterwinner in both baseball and football ... two-time all-conference honoree in both sports ... teamed with current ASU teammates Jake Faggart and Nick Daniels to lead Northwest Cabarrus to 3A state championship series as a junior ... coached by Joe Hubbard ... rushed for 4,500-career yards on the gridiron.

Previous School: Played at Tallahassee C.C. in 2005 and ‘06 before attending Florida State in 2007 fall semester ... posted a 10-5 record in two seasons at TCC ... struck out 80 and walked just 18 in two seasons ... named second-team all-Panhandle Conference in ‘06 ... along with current ASU teammates Andrew Franco and Brett Stewart, helped lead TCC to a 38-14-1 record in ‘06 ... coached by Mike McLeod.

Personal: Full name is Jerod Allen Faggart ... born Oct. 28, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Ally and Rich Schrader ... is one of five children ... twin brother, Jerod, is also a member of ASU baseball squad ... major is undecided.

High School: A three-year letterwinner ... two-time all-conference honoree ... played for North team in FACA All-Star game ... coached by Mike Gauger.

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Personal: Full name is Calvin Brandon Graves ... born Aug. 7, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Liz Graves ... enjoys weightlifiting and fishing ... majoring in communication with an exercise science minor ... aspires to earn a master’s degree and become a Major League Baseball general manager.

ANDREW FRANCO C • L/R • 5-10 • 190 • JR. NICEVILLE, FLA. NICEVILLE/TALLAHASSEE C.C.

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ISAAC HARROW

Previous School: Hit .331 in two seasons at Tallahassee C.C. ... 2006 secondteam all-Panhandle Conference selection ... two-time all-Florida Academic Team honoree ... along with current ASU teammates Brandon Graves and Brett Stewart, helped lead TCC to a 38-14-1 record in ‘06 ... coached by Mike McLeod.

IF • R/R • 5-11 • 175 • SO. HICKORY, N.C. HICKORY 2006: Was hampered throughout the season by an ankle injury suffered running to first base during season opener versus Buffalo ... was limited to 14 starts (eight at 3B and six at DH) ... hit safely in just 8-of-29 games ... had career-best three hits (3-for-6) with two RBI in 13-inning win over Niagara (Feb. 25) ... drove in two runs three times.

High School: An all-state honoree as a senior ... four-time all-northwest Florida selection ... played with Tallahassee C.C. and ASU teammate Brett Stewart ... coached by Bobby Scott ... also earned a pair of letters in football ... graduated summa cum laude.

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KEVIN GLASS

High School: Hit .407 with six home runs and 28 RBI as a senior en route to 3A all-state and Charlotte Observer all-Piedmont recognition ... a three-time allconference selection ... named team MVP as a junior and coaches’ award recipient following senior campaign ... four-year letterwinner ... coached by David Craft.

C/RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 225 • SO. MATTHEWS, N.C. BUTLER

Personal: Full name is Isaac Reid Harrow ... born Jan. 25, 1987 (20 years old) ... son of Teresa and Dennis Harrow ... enjoys hunting and four-wheeling ... majoring in business.

2006: Appeared in five games, mostly as a defensive replacement at catcher ... went hitless in only at-bat of season (April 7 vs. UNCG) ... registered two putouts and two assists.

HARROW’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006

High School: A 2005 all-state performer ... hit 11 home runs in 2004 en route to all-conference accolades as a junior ... earned three letters ... coached by Kim Cousar ... was also a football standout, collecting first-team all-conference honors on the gridiron as a junior and senior ... member of Butler’s DREAM (Daring to Role-model Excellence and Athletic Mentors) Team, performing community service, serving as a representative at school events and promoting a drug-, tobacco- and alcohol-free lifestyle. Personal: Full name is Kevin Andrew Glass ... born Dec. 9, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Karina and Everette Glass ... enjoys off-road fabrication, cooking, fishing and surfing ... is a Bob Allen Scholarship recipient ... majoring in business ... aspires to attend graduate school ... on ASU athletics’ academic honor roll.

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AVG. GP-GS .177 29-14

AB 62

R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 6 11 2-0-0 10 0-0

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL

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WES HOBSON

ADAM MILLS

IF/OF • L/R • 5-11 • 180 • FR. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. NORTH FORSYTH

RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 205 • JR. ASHEBORO, N.C. SOUTHWEST RANDOLPH

High School: Named 2006 Louisville Slugger High School All-American by Collegiate Baseball magazine ... hit .477 with nine home runs and 33 RBI from leadoff spot as a senior ... hit .329 as a junior ... three-time all-conference honoree ... coached by Jamie Lowe.

2006: One of ASU’s top right-handed options out of the bullpen ... appeared in 14 games, all in relief ... held opposition scoreless in 10-of-14 outings ... recorded a sterling 17-to-3 strikeout-to-walk ratio ... earned only save of season in unorthodox fashion, pitching final inning of 13-inning win over Gardner-Webb more than a month after the game began (Feb. 21 game was called due to darkness and completed on March 28 in Boone) ... tossed perfect inning to register save versus GWU ... posted a hitless inning in first appearance of season, March 4 at Alabama ... struck out season-high five and allowed just three hits in longest outing of season, a six-inning effort versus N.C. A&T (March 15).

Personal: Full name is Wesley Daniel Hobson ... born Nov. 12, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Brenda and Gil Hobson ... brother, Gib, was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the 11th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Entry Draft ... as the staff ace at NC State, Gib tossed a no-hitter versus Maryland in 2006 ... Wes enjoys fishing and riding four-wheelers ... major is undecided.

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2005: Appeared in 10 games, allowing 21 earned runs in 8.1 innings ... retired the only batter he faced against George Mason (Feb. 19) ... turned perfect innings against Gardner-Webb (April 12) and Wake Forest (May 11).

RYAN LABOY OF • R/R • 5-11 • 185 • SO. HARRISBURG, N.C. CENTRAL CABARRUS/HIGH POINT UNIV.

High School: Earned three letters at Southwestern Randolph High School ... earned honorable mention all-conference accolades as a junior and senior ... voted team’s best defensive player ... coached by Chris Cook. Personal: Full name is Adam Patrick Mills ... born Nov. 4, 1985 (21 years old) ... son of Janice and Eddie Mills ... majoring in business education ... aspires to be a teacher.

Previous School: Hit .261 in one season at High Point ... coached by Sal Bando. High School: Earned all-state recognition after hitting .524 with eight home runs, 13 doubles and 41 RBI as a senior ... also a two-time all-conference honoree ... named team’s MVP following senior campaign ... four-year letterwinner ... coached by Bryan Tyson ... also two-time all-county and all-conference honoree in football ... named team’s offensive and defensive MVP.

MILLS’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA 2005 22.68 2006 5.30 TOTALS 10.67

Personal: Full name is Ryan Christopher Laboy ... born July 11, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Maria and Pete Laboy ... father, Pete, played football at Boston College ... uncle, Vince McGuyan, played baseball at Harvard and uncle, Mike McGuyan, played football at Virginia ... Ryan enjoys video games, music, learning to play guitar and jet skis ... is majoring in communication with minors in Spanish and business.

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FRANKIE LEWIS

High School: 2006 North Carolina Pitcher of the Year, as selected by Impact Baseball ... put together a perfect 16-0 record with a 1.55 ERA, 117 strikeouts, 26 walks and .191 opponents’ batting average in 85 innings as a senior ... helped lead Ragsdale to 29-5 record and appearance in 3-A state championship series ... two-time all-state selection ... three-time all-conference honoree ... coached by Donnie Maness ... played for N.C. Cardinals team that won 2002 AAU national title ... also a two-time all-conference performer in football ... named all-area on the gridiron as a senior.

2006: Appeared in five early season games before sitting out the rest of the season with a shoulder injury ... had one hit in six at-bats ... received a medical redshirt.

Personal: Full name is Trevor Lee Mullins ... born Nov. 11, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Sheila and Alan Moseley ... enjoys hunting and riding four-wheelers ... majoring in construction management with a business minor ... member of ASU atletics’ academic honor roll ... aspires to be a business owner.

High School: Hit .360 with five HR and 25 RBI in 2004 and .370 with nine home runs and 35 RBI in 2005 en route to all-conference honors as a junior and senior ... three-year letterwinner ... participated in 2003 and ‘04 State Games ... invited to participate in 2005 East-West all-star game ... coached by Milton Senter.

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Personal: Full name is Franklin Dillard Lewis III ... born Oct. 29, 1986 (20 years old) ... son of Rebecca and Frank Lewis ... majoring in business. AB 6

R 0

JACK MYERS OF • R/R • 5-10 • 190 • FR. CHARLOTTE, N.C. MYERS PARK

LEWIS’S CAREER STATISTICS AVG. GP-GS .167 5-1

TREVOR MULLINS RHP/IF • R/R • 6-3 • 215 • FR. GREENSBORO, N.C. RAGSDALE

IF • R/R • 6-0 • 185 • FR. FUQUAY-VARINA, N.C. FUQUAY-VARINA

Year 2006

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 0-0 10-0 8.1 21 26 21 5 5 0 0-1 14-0 18.2 29 15 11 3 17 1 0-1 24-0 27.0 50 41 32 8 22 1

H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 1 0-0-0 0 0-0

High School: Garnered all-state, all-Mecklenburg County and all-conference recognition in 2006 ... hit .471 with 32 RBI and 13 stolen bases as a senior ... named team MVP ... coached by Bobby Simmons ... also an all-conference selection in football after recording 78 tackles and five interceptions as a senior. Personal: Full name is Jack Fitch Myers ... born Nov. 10, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Janet and Dennis Myers ... youngest of four children ... uncle, John Fitch, played basketball at ASU from 1979-82 ... brother, Dennis, plays tennis at UNC Wilmington ... Jack enjoys playing raquetball, bocce and ping pong ... majoring in communication.

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High School: Named to all-district and all-district tournament teams as a junior and senior at McMinn Central H.S. ... hit .492 with six home runs and 28 stolen bases en route to team MVP honors as a senior ... coached by Joe Shamblin ... also lettered in cross country, football and wrestling ... named McMinn Central’s outstanding freshman in both football and wrestling.

CHRIS PATTERSON RHP • R/R • 5-11 • 185 • FR. LAURINBURG, N.C. SCOTLAND COUNTY

Personal: Full name is Thomas Helton Prosser III ... born Sept. 21, 1984 (22 years old) ... son of Linda and Tom Prosser ... father played football at Florida State in the 1970s ... enjoys hunting, cooking and fishing ... was a member of Roane State’s Academic Honor Roll ... majoring in exercise science (pre-professional) ... plans to attend physical therapy school.

High School: Two-time all-conference honoree ... posted 8-2 record en route to also earning all-Cape Fear region recognition as a senior ... hit over .400 as a junior and senior ... coached by Tommy Britt ... participated in 2005 state games ... also a two-time all-conference performer in football.

PROSSER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006

Personal: Full name is Christopher Andrew Patterson ... born March 29, 1988 (turns 19 during season) ... son of Jennifer and Terry Mitchell ... enjoys playing video games ... majoring in exercise science ... member of ASU athletics’ academic honor roll ... plans to attend medical school.

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BRIAN PEEDE

2005: Made six appearances, all in relief ... did not record a decision ... struck out seven in 10 innings of work, including at least two in three of six outings ... held nationally ranked College of Charleston to just one hit in two innings (April 1) ... didn’t allow an earned run in two innings versus Georgia Southern (May 7). 2004: Appeared in three games ... allowed just three hits in 2.1 innings of work ... struck out two in two-thirds of an inning at Elon (Feb. 29).

High School: A two-time all-conference selection at Wakefield H.S. in Raleigh ... named team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior ... posted a 2.30 ERA as a junior, followed by a miniscule 1.90 ERA as a senior and held a better than 5-to1 strikeout-to-walk ratio ... also hit .435 as a prep ... coached by Ed Hall ... an academic all-conference honoree ... participated in the 2004 State Games.

High School: Posted a miniscule 1.32 ERA and four saves as a senior, en route to all-conference honors ... also named Coach’s Award recipient following senior campaign ... coached by Joey Bell.

Personal: Full name is Zachary David Quate ... born Sept. 12, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Cathy and Rusty Quate ... enjoys wakeboarding, dirt-biking and cars and trucks ... majoring in business management.

Personal: Full name is Brian Ray Peede ... born July 14, 1984 (22 years old) ... son of Judy and Ray Peede ... enjoys snowboarding, fly-fishing and ping-pong ... majoring in business finance ... a member of ASU’s academic honor roll and recipient of SoCon Commissioner’s Medal for academic achievement ... selected to be a member of the prestigious Appalachian Ambassadors, which are responsible for on-campus tours and host/hostess responsibilities for prospective students ... aspires to attend law school and run for Senate.

QUATE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006

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PEEDE’S CAREER STATISTICS

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W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO 0-0 3-0 2.1 3 2 2 1 2 0-0 6-0 10.0 15 12 10 7 7 0-0 1-0 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 0-0 10-0 13.1 19 14 12 8 10

ZACH QUATE

2006: Emerged as perhaps the team’s top right-handed option out of the bullpen ... appeared in 25 games, good for second on the team and tie for eighth in school history ... tied for second on squad with four wins (most by a nonstarter) ... 48 innings pitched were a team high for a reliever ... tossed season high-tying 3.2 innings of scoreless relief to earn first-career win in 13-inning victory over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 21) ... collected second win with 3.2 scoreless innings versus Canisius (March 11) ... also claimed wins versus N.C. A&T (April 18) and Davidson (May 18) ... posted two scoreless innings in 3-2 loss at N.C. A&T (March 15) ... tossed two scoreless innings in SoCon Tournament loss to Georgia Southern (May 25).

2006: Made just one appearance, tossing a scoreless inning in win over N.C. A&T (April 11).

ERA 7.71 9.00 0.00 8.10

AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 51 10 10 1-0-1 6 2-3

RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 185 • SO. RALEIGH, N.C. WAKEFIELD

RHP • R/R • 6-0 • 180 • SR. CHOCOWINITY, N.C. ATHENS DRIVE

Year 2004 2005 2006 TOTALS

AVG. GP-GS .196 24-14

S 0 0 0 0

ERA 6.56

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 4-3 25-0 48.0 65 38 35 18 34 0

JONATHAN REEDER RHP • R/R • 6-3 • 225 • SR. MATTHEWS, N.C. WEDDINGTON

2007 TEAM CAPTAIN 2006: Was firmly entrenched as a member of weekend rotation ... appeared in 21 games, making 13 starts (tied for second on squad) ... tied for second on squad with four wins and finished second on team with 93 innings pitched (fifth in school history) and 57 strikeouts ... moved into fifth in ASU history with 211.1 IP and sixth with 65 career appearances ... led team and tied for third in SoCon with four pickoffs ... recorded two wins and a save in eight appearances out of the bullpen ... notched first win of season with two innings of scoreless relief in 13-inning win over Niagara (Feb. 25) ... struck out season-high seven in loss to College of Charleston (March 18) ... snapped three-game losing streak by scattering nine hits over 6.1 innings in 11-8 win over UNC Greensboro (April 8) ... registered first-career complete game, allowing just three runs on six hits in 16-3 win over Wofford (April 14) ... suffered tough-luck 3-2 loss to Furman on April 22, allowing just three runs in 7.1 innings of work ... worked a perfect inning for only save of the season May 10 versus Longwood ... allowed just one hit in 2.2 innings out of the bullpen to collect win over Davidson in opening game of SoCon Tournament (May 23).

TOM PROSSER OF • R/R • 6-0 • 175 • SR. ETOWAH, TENN. McMINN CENTRAL/ROANE STATE C.C.

2006: Played in 24 games, making 14 starts (eight in LF, six at DH) in first season in Black & Gold ... hit just .196, but drew six walks, was hit by four pitches and scored 10 runs in only 65 plate appearances ... in ASU debut, stole two bases and drove in a run in win over Buffalo (Feb. 19) ... had two multi-hit games, going 2-for-3 at Elon (March 24) and 2-for-4 with season-high two runs at Georgia Southern (May 14) ... started in left field in all three games of SoCon Tournament. Previous College: Spent two seasons at Roane State C.C. in Harriman, Tenn. ... ranked second on the team with a .341 batting average in 2005 ... drove in 33 runs and stole 19 bases ... an NJCAA Region VII all-academic award winner ... coached by Larry Works.

2005: Tied for team lead with 15 starts ... led squad with 58 strikeouts and 75.2 innings pitched just one year removed from a season-ending arm injury ...

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL posted a career-low 7.37 ERA ... scattered eight hits and three runs over 7.2 innings in 5-3 win at eventual SoCon Tournament champion Furman (March 4) ... struck out career-high eight and gave up just three earned runs versus Wofford (March 19) ... worked his way out of giving up 12 hits in 5.1 innings to defeat perennial-power The Citadel (April 9) ... struck out seven in 6.1 innings against Georgia Southern (May 8).

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IF/OF • B/R • 5-10 • 160 • FR. RALEIGH, N.C. WAKE FOREST-ROLESVILLE

2004: Appeared in eight games, making three starts, before season was cut short by injury in early April ... recorded a save with two innings of two-hit work at Georgia Southern (March 8) ... struck out four versus Stony Brook (Feb. 20) and at Wake Forest (Feb. 24) ... received medical redshirt.

High School: A two-way standout as a prep ... broke school’s single-season saves record each of his final two seasons ... at the plate, hit .408 with 30 stolen bases as a senior, en route to all-conference, all-county and all-state accolades ... also named team MVP ... coached by Austin Smithwick ... was selected to participate in East Coast Professional Showcase, a feat which can only be achieved by being nominated by a professional scout ... also lettered in basketball.

2003: Led Appalachian with two saves in a team-high 20 relief appearances as a true freshman ... struck out multiple batters five times ... did not allow an earned run in 15-of-20 appearances ... began career by not allowing an earned run and striking out two in 2.1 innings of work at nationally ranked Wake Forest (Feb. 11) ... recorded first-career save with a hitless inning in 11-10 win over UNC Asheville (March 25) ... registered second save by striking out final batter of ASU’s season-ending victory over Wofford (May 17).

Personal: Full name is Devin James Ridlehoover ... born Nov. 13, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Cathy and Joe Ridlehoover ... major is undecided.

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High School: A first-team all-South Piedmont Conference selection as a junior and senior ... also named all-county following senior campaign ... coached by Steve Miller ... became the first Weddington student-athlete to ever earn an athletic scholarship.

2006: Established himself as a two-way threat, as both a weekend starter on the mound and a valuable cog in the lineup ... made 16 appearances on the mound, including a team-high 15 starts ... appeared in the lineup 27 times with 16 starts (15 at DH, one in RF) ... led team with 66 strikeouts ... tied for second on squad with four wins ... did not allow an earned run in first two starts of collegiate career ... in second start, Feb. 26 vs. Army, struck out an ASU season-high 11 and scattered seven hits without giving up an earned run over seven innings to earn first-career win ... didn’t get second win until a month-and-a-half later, when he allowed three runs in 6.2 innings of work in 4-3 win over Western Carolina (April 1) ... tossed a hitless inning in only relief appearance of the season at Virginia Tech (April 12) ... evened record at 4-4 with back-to-back wins versus Wofford (5.2 IP, 3 ER, 3 H — April 15) and Furman (7.0 IP, 2 ER, 6 H, 6 K) ... held The Citadel (May 6) to just one run in 7.1 innings but received no decision ... struck out seven and allowed just one earned run versus top-seeded Elon in SoCon Tournament (May 24) ... at the plate, hit safely in nine of first 14 games (.304), but got just three hits over final 19 at-bats of the season ... went seasonbest 3-for-3 after pinch-hitting in 13-inning win over Niagara (Feb. 25) ... drove in season-best two runs in SoCon Tournament opener versus Davidson (May 23) ... was named a Great Lakes Collegiate Summer League All-Star while playing for the Southern Ohio Copperheads in summer of ‘06.

REEDER’S CAREER STATISTICS W-L 0-3 0-4 2-10 4-7 6-24

G-GS IP H R ER 20-0 22.1 28 32 21 8-3 20.1 36 28 23 16-15 75.2 119 76 62 21-13 93.0 114 65 63 65-31 211.1 297 201 169

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BB SO 15 16 13 13 32 58 28 57 88 144

S 2 1 0 1 4

NICK RIDDLE C/OF • R/R • 6-1 • 180 • JR. GASTONIA, N.C. FORESTVIEW

2006: Appeared in seven games, making four late-season starts for injured ASU catchers Kevin Butler and Adam Beasley ... had one hit in 14 at-bats (.071) ... only hit was a grand slam for first-career home run and RBI versus UNC Greensboro (April 7) ... made only one error in 29 chances behind the plate.

High School: Named North Carolina 2-A Player of the Year following prolific senior season at Western Guilford H.S. in Greensboro ... named all-state as a junior and senior ... three-time all-area selection and conference MVP ... ranked fourth in the state with a miniscule 0.40 ERA as a senior ... enjoyed a better than 3-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio ... hit over .400 in junior and senior seasons ... participated in 2004 State Games ... excelled in classroom and was nominated to attend National Youth Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. ... coached by Chris Causey ... was also a football standout as a wide receiver.

2005: Appeared in eight games as a backup outfielder during true freshman campaign ... had two hits in 11 at-bats, both over the final two weeks of the season ... went 1-for-2 in closing weekend versus Elon (May 20). High School: Hit .320 as a senior and .360 as a sophomore en route to all-conference honors both years ... named Forestview’s Athlete of the Year following senior campaign ... versatile athlete earned two letters in football to go along with three baseball monograms ... coached by George Connor.

Personal: Full name is Jason Ryan Rook ... born Aug. 28, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Debbie and Carl Rook ... majoring in exercise science.

ROOK’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2006

Personal: Full name is Nicholas Turner Riddle ... born Dec. 30, 1985 (21 years old) ... son of Cindy and Morris Riddle ... enjoys wakeboarding and collecting stamps ... majoring in communication. AB 11 14 25

R 4 1 5

ERA 4.71

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 4-5 16-15 84.0 87 52 44 54 66 0

ROOK’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS

RIDDLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year AVG. GP-GS 2005 .182 8-0 2006 .071 7-4 TOTALS .120 15-4

JASON ROOK RHP/OF • L/R • 6-1 • 190 • SO. GREENSBORO, N.C. WESTERN GUILFORD

Personal: Full name is Jonathan Brown Reeder ... born April 9, 1984 (turns 23 during season) ... son of Wendy and Tom Reeder ... brother, Thomas, was a NAIA baseball all-American at Montreat College ... enjoys playing golf ... majoring in business. Year ERA 2003 8.46 2004 10.18 2005 7.37 2006 6.10 TOTALS 7.20

DEVIN RIDLEHOOVER

Year 2006

H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 2 0-0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0-1 4 0-0 3 0-0-1 4 0-0

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AVG. GP-GS .262 27-16

AB 65

R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 9 17 3-1-0 6 2-4

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High School: Was a three-sport standout at A.L. Brown H.S., excelling in baseball, football and basketball ... ranked among North Carolina’s top 10 with a .539 batting average at the plate and 98 strikeouts at the mound en route to all-state and conference player-of-the-year accolades as a senior ... named all-conference following junior and senior seasons ... coached by Empsy Thompson ... all-around athlete was also an all-state kicker on the gridiron and a 1,000-point scorer and three-time all-conference performer on the hardwood ... earned 12 varsity letters (four in baseball, three each in football and basketball, two in soccer).

DAVID RUBINSTEIN OF/RHP • R/R • 6-2 • 180 • SO. CHARLOTTE, N.C. SOUTH MECKLENBURG

2006: Ranked fifth on team with .301 batting average ... also was among team leaders with eight stolen bases (2nd), .491 slugging percentage (4th), and 20 walks (4th), five home runs (t-4th) and .376 on-base percentage (5th) ... tallied 12 multi-hit and seven multi-RBI performances ... went 2-for-4 with a double, home run, two RBI and two runs scored in loss at nationally ranked North Carolina ... had two hits, including a home run, and season high-tying three RBI in win over Canisius (March 12) ... put together best performance of season April 8 vs. UNC Greensboro, going 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple, a home run, three RBI and two runs scored ... went 3-for-5 with a double and run scored at Virginia Tech (April 12) ... had ASU season-long 14-game hitting streak from April 15-May 14, raising batting average from .290 to .324 ... went 3-for-5 with a double and run in win over Longwood (May 10) ... had two one-inning relief stints on the mound ... allowed one run on two hits in two combined innings versus College of Charleston (March 17) and at N.C. A&T (May 16) ... missed final four games of season with hand injury.

Personal: Full name is Garrett Chase Sherrill ... born Sept. 4, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Eddie Sherrill ... enjoys playing Halo 2 online ... active in Campus Crusades ... majoring in business ... has added 30 pounds to 6-5 frame since his arrival at ASU.

SHERRILL’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2006

2006: Appeared in 54 games, making 52 starts (49 in RF, three in CF) ... led team with three triples ... tied for fourth on team in home runs (5) and stolen bases (5) ... tied for team lead with 10 multi-RBI games and ranked third with 18 multi-hit outings ... in collegiate debut, went 4-for-4 (season high for hits) with two triples, a home run, three RBI and season-best four runs scored in win over Buffalo (Feb. 19) ... had back-to-back two-hit efforts in wins over Army (Feb. 26) and Campbell (Feb. 28) ... recorded ASU season-high six RBI by going 3-for4 with a triple and home run in win over N.C. A&T (April 11) ... had two more three-hit performances at Wofford (April 15), at Georgia Southern (May 14) and vs. Davidson (May 18) ... drove in three runs in May 18 contest against Davidson with a two-run homer and two singles ... had two hits in SoCon Tournament loss to top-seeded Elon (May 24).

RUBINSTEIN’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 163 26 49 12-2-5 28 8-10

RUBINSTEIN’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2006

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ERA 4.50

W-L G-GS 0-0 2-0

IP 2.0

H 2

RAND SMITH OF • R/R • 6-1 • 185 • SO. BOLIVIA, N.C. SOUTH BRUNSWICK

Personal: Full name is David Michael Rubinstein ... born May 18, 1987 (turns 20 during season) ... son of Dolores and Joel Rubinstein ... enjoys playing guitar ... has appeared on ASU Dean’s List ... majoring in business. AVG. GP-GS .301 47-44

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 7-5 21-13 96.1 93 53 44 41 53 2

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High School: Southwestern 4A Co-Player of the Year as a senior ... also named all-state, all-Charlotte Observer, first-team all-Mecklenburg and team MVP as a senior ... helped lead South Meck to 4A state finals in 2005 ... led SW4A with .515 batting average en route to first-team all-conference and second-team allMecklenburg recognition ... played with ASU teammate Wes Borden at SMHS ... coached by Hal Bagwell.

Year 2006

ERA 4.11

High School: Terrific athlete was a four-time all-conference performer in baseball, football and basketball at South Brunswick H.S. ... hit .451 with 27 steals and three home runs as a junior ... participated in 2004 State Games ... coached by Randy Fennell ... earned 12 total varsity letters (four each in baseball, football and basketball).

R ER BB SO S 1 1 0 0 0

GARRETT SHERRILL

Personal: Full name is James Randall Smith ... born June 11, 1987 (19 years old) ... son of Lisa and James Smith ... majoring in physical education.

RHP • R/R • 6-5 • 210 • SO. KANNAPOLIS, N.C. A.L. BROWN

SMITH’S CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year 2006

2006: Established himself as staff ace as a true freshman ... seven wins were the most by an ASU pitcher since John Meadows won seven in 1990 ... set school record with 96.1 innings pitched ... led Mountaineers in wins (7), ERA (4.11), shutouts (1), innings pitched (96.1) and opponents’ batting average (.260) ... also ranked among team leaders with one complete game (t-1st), two saves (t2nd) and 53 strikeouts (3rd) ... pitched at least six innings in 11-of-13 starts ... one of the starts that he didn’t go six innings was season opener versus Buffalo (Feb. 19 in his hometown of Kannapolis), when he was limited to five innings of work and allowed no earned runs on just four hits and struck out four for firstcareer victory ... struck out season high-tying five and allowed just one earned run on two hits in six innings to move to 2-0 with win over Army (Feb. 25) ... upped record to 3-0 with five-hit, seven-inning shutout gem in 7-0 win over Canisius (March 11) ... suffered back-to-back tough-luck losses despite allowing just three total runs in defeats to N.C. A&T (March 15) and College of Charleston (March 19) ... allowed just one run on six hits in seven innings at Elon (March 26), but received no decision when bullpen squandered seven-run ninth-inning lead ... earned first-career save by closing 4-3 win over Western Carolina (April 1) with perfect ninth inning ... collected second save a week later with scoreless ninth versus UNC Greensboro (April 8) ... allowed just one hit in three innings out of the bullpen to earn fourth win versus East Tennessee State (April 30) ... not only registered fifth win with 1.2 innings of one hit relief versus The Citadel (April 6), but also laid down a sacrifice bunt that helped propel ASU to extrainning triumph ... tossed season-high 8.1 innings at Georgia Southern (May 14) for sixth win of season ... picked up final victory of season with 2.1 innings of three-hit relief versus Davidson (May 19) ... didn’t receive decision in 5-4 win over Davidson in SoCon Tournament opener (May 23).

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AVG. GP-GS .283 54-52

AB R H 2B-3B-HR RBI SB-SBA 191 34 54 7-3-5 36 5-8

BRETT STEWART IF • R/R • 6-0 • 205 • JR. NICEVILLE, FLA. NICEVILLE/TALLAHASSEE C.C.

Previous School: Named second-team all-Panhandle Conference in 2006 after hitting .320 with two home runs, 12 doubles and 17 RBI ... along with current ASU teammates Andrew Franco and Brandon Graves, helped lead TCC to a 38-14-1 record in ‘06 ... coached by Mike McLeod ... attended Okaloosa-Walton College for one semester before transferring to Tallahassee. High School: Four-year letterwinner ... played with Tallahassee C.C. and ASU teammate Andrew Franco ... coached by Bobby Scott. Personal: Full name is Brett Cardin Stewart ... born Nov. 28, 1983 (23 years old) ... son of Robin and Bruce Stewart ... father, Bruce, is head men’s basketball coach at Okaloosa-Walton College ... Brett enjoys weightlifting, hunting and fishing ... majoring in psychology ... plans to attain master’s degree and pursue a career in coaching.

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CALVIN TEAGUE RHP • R/R • 6-1 • 190 • JR. TAYLORSVILLE, N.C. ALEXANDER CENTRAL/MARS HILL COLLEGE

2006: Emerged as one of ASU’s top relievers ... went 2-2 with two saves in 19 appearances (one start) ... allowed just 31 hits in 32 innings of work, good for .258 opponents’ batting average ... surrendered earned runs in just 6-of-19 appearances ... did not allow an earned run over first six outings ... recorded first win with two innings of scoreless relief versus Canisius (March 10) ... after rough stretch in the middle of the season in which he gave up two or more runs in four-straight appearances, held opposition off the scoreboard in seven of final nine outings of the season ... got second win in only start of season, allowing three runs in five innings and striking out a season-high four versus N.C. A&T (April 11) ... registered both saves within three days of each other (April 15 at Wofford and April 18 vs. N.C. A&T). Previous College: Went 5-5 with a 7.34 ERA in one season at Mars Hill College ... tied for team lead with 12 starts and ranked second on squad with 57.2 innings pitched and three complete games ... coached by Dan Taylor. High School: Helped lead Alexander Central to state’s No. 1 ranking by going 7-1 on the mound as a senior ... an all-state and all-Northwestern 4-A Conference honoree ... coached by Gary Comer. Personal: Full name is Calvin Lynn Teague ... majoring in exercise science.

TEAGUE’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year 2006

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ERA 4.78

W-L G-GS IP H R ER BB SO S 2-2 19-1 32.0 31 19 17 12 12 2

DAVID TOWARNICKY IF • L/L • 6-0 • 200 • FR. NEW BERN, N.C. NEW BERN

High School: Hit over .375 each of his final three prep seasons, including .471 as a senior ... led team in home runs, triples, doubles, slugging percentage, walks and intentional walks as a sophomore, junior and senior ... made just one error in 439 attempts over three seasons ... three-time all-conference and four-time all-area honoree ... named team MVP and New Bern H.S. Athlete of the Year ... coached by Gary Smith ... played in 2005 N.C. state games ... also was an all-conference and all-area selection in football ... threw for 1,800 yards as a senior on the gridiron. Personal: Full name is David Michael J. Towarnicky ... born March 13, 1988 (turns 19 during season) ... son of Laura and Mike Towarnicky ... oldest of four children ... enjoys riding Sea-Doos and fishing ... majoring in banking and finance and risk and insurance with an international business minor ... plans to attend graduate school.

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL 2006 RESULTS Date Feb 19, 2006 Feb 19, 2006 Feb 21, 2006 Feb 25, 2006 Feb 25, 2006 Feb 26, 2006 Feb 28, 2006 Mar 3, 2006 Mar 4, 2006 Mar 5, 2006 Mar 8, 2006 Mar 10, 2006 Mar 11, 2006 Mar 11, 2006 Mar 12, 2006 Mar 14, 2006 Mar 15, 2006 Mar 17, 2006 Mar 18, 2006 Mar 19, 2006 Mar 24, 2006 Mar 26, 2006 Mar 26, 2006 Mar 28, 2006 Mar 31, 2006 Apr 01, 2006 Apr 02, 2006 Apr 04, 2006 Apr 07, 2006 Apr 08, 2006 Apr 09, 2006 Apr 11, 2006 Apr 12, 2006 Apr 14, 2006 Apr 15, 2006 Apr 15, 2006 Apr 18, 2006 Apr 22, 2006 Apr 23, 2006 Apr 23, 2006 Apr 25, 2006 Apr 30, 2006 May 05, 2006 May 06, 2006 May 07, 2006 May 10, 2006 May 12, 2006 May 13, 2006 May 14, 2006 May 16, 2006 May 18, 2006 May 19, 2006 May 20, 2006 May 23, 2006 May 24, 2006 May 25, 2006

OVERALL: 24-34-1 Opponent BUFFALO^ BUFFALO^ at Gardner-Webb$ vs Army# vs Niagara# vs Army# CAMPBELL! at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama at North Carolina CANISIUS& CANISIUS& CANISIUS& CANISIUS% at Auburn at North Carolina A&T COLL. OF CHARLESTON* COLL. OF CHARLESTON* COLL. OF CHARLESTON* at Elon* at Elon* at Elon* GARDNER-WEBB WESTERN CAROLINA* WESTERN CAROLINA* WESTERN CAROLINA* CHARLOTTE UNC GREENSBORO* UNC GREENSBORO* UNC GREENSBORO* NORTH CAROLINA A&T at Virginia Tech at Wofford* at Wofford* at Wofford* NORTH CAROLINA A&T FURMAN* FURMAN* FURMAN* at Charlotte EAST TENNESSEE STATE at The Citadel* at The Citadel* at The Citadel* LONGWOOD at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* at Georgia Southern* at North Carolina A&T DAVIDSON* DAVIDSON* DAVIDSON* vs Davidson vs Elon vs Georgia Southern

W L W L W W W W W L L L L W W W W L L L L L L L L L L W L L W L W L W W L W L W L L W L W L W L L W L W W L W L L

SoCon: 9-18 Score 12-6 2-4 7-4 11-8 7-6 4-2 12-7 3-4 3-8 3-8 4-6 10-7 6-4 7-0 11-3 2-7 2-3 3-10 2-8 0-2 0-8 2-5 8-9 8-9 0-11 4-3 4-15 13-13 10-20 11-8 4-7 21-5 4-5 16-3 10-3 6-8 16-11 2-3 7-2 11-17 3-4 5-4 2-7 7-2 3-4 8-6 1-4 6-8 12-7 6-9 10-9 9-8 5-6 5-4 3-4 2-5

Inn. 9 9 (13) 9 (13) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 7 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 (12) 9 9 9

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

* = Southern Conference game ^ = at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (Kannapolis, N.C.) # = at Davidson, N.C. ! = at Ernie Shore Field (Winston-Salem, N.C.) & = at L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory, N.C.) % = at M.S. Deal Stadium (Granite Falls, N.C.) $ = Game completed March 28 at ASU (13th inning) () extra inning game

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

AWAY: 5-17

NEUTRAL: 4-2

Pitcher (Record) Sherrill (W 1-0) Edens (L 0-1) Quate (W 2-2) Sherrill (W 2-0) Reeder (W 1-0) Rook (W 1-0) Clark (W 1-0) Quate (L 0-1) Antley (L 0-1) Rook (L 1-1) Quate (L 0-2) Teague (W 1-0) Quate (W 1-2) Sherrill (W 3-0) Fish (W 1-0) Clark (L 1-1) Sherrill (L 3-1) Rook (L 1-2) Reeder (L 1-1) Sherrill (L 3-2) Reeder (L 1-2) Rook (L 1-3) Edens (L 0-2) Teague (L 1-1) Reeder (L 1-3) Rook (W 2-3) Sherrill (L 3-3) None Rook (L 2-4) Reeder (W 2-3) Mills (L 0-1) Teague (W 2-1) Sherrill (L 3-4) Reeder (W 3-3) Rook (W 3-4) Edens (L 0-3) Quate (W 3-2) Reeder (L 3-4) Rook (W 4-4) Sherrill (L 3-5) Clark (L 1-2) Sherrill (W 4-5) Reeder (L 3-5) Sherrill (W 5-5) Teague (L 2-2) Fish (W 2-0) Rook (L 4-5) Reeder (L 3-6) Sherrill (W 6-5) Clark (L 1-3) Quate (W 4-2) Sherrill (W 7-5) Quate (L 4-3) Reeder (W 4-6) Fish (L 2-1) Reeder (L 4-7)

Atten. - 221 125 289 178 162 118 3881 4089 4052 455 118 - 221 229 2085 185 111 236 254 107 - 154 113 316 812 436 129 178 126 228 109 285 289 - 547 101 131 - 231 352 103 1649 935 722 81 1011 1107 1132 68 - 208 469 275 1721 966

Time 2:46 2:48 4:04 3:10 3:57 2:38 2:41 2:17 2:32 2:32 2:34 3:01 2:05 1:58 3:01 3:14 3:12 2:52 2:28 2:17 2:23 2:24 2:42 2:52 2:25 2:32 2:36 3:54 3:18 3:03 2:57 2:55 2:59 2:43 2:44 2:29 2:54 2:27 2:24 3:03 2:16 2:39 2:23 3:23 2:40 2:41 2:15 2:25 2:45 2:35 2:45 2:29 3:30 2:12 2:39 2:45

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL 2006 STATISTICS HITTING No. Player 12 Joey Robinson 3 Wes Borden 5 Kevin Butler 2 Ben Billingsley 25 David Rubinstein 7 Adam Beasley 21 Rand Smith 1 Chris Baker 4 Nick DeRose 10 Jason Rook 37 Bryan Ford 11 Isaac Harrow -------------18 Aubrey Edens 8 Steven Proctor 9 Travis Hunnicutt 15 Tom Prosser 30 Frankie Lewis 35 Nick Riddle 6 T.J. Spivey 26 Kevin Glass 29 Garrett Sherrill Totals Opponents

Avg. .345 .321 .313 .307 .301 .287 .283 .282 .269 .262 .257 .177

GP-GS 53-52 47-38 47-45 55-55 47-44 42-35 54-52 56-54 55-54 27-17 34-24 29-14

AB 200 156 192 225 163 122 191 206 212 65 101 62

R 32 27 35 44 26 29 34 43 44 9 13 6

H 69 50 60 69 49 35 54 58 57 17 26 11

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 13 1 1 29 87 .435 11 4 13 0 0 26 63 .404 13 3 18 1 8 34 104 .542 18 1 13 2 11 39 119 .529 27 5 12 2 5 28 80 .491 20 1 12 0 6 31 65 .533 25 2 7 3 5 36 82 .429 23 2 18 0 4 24 88 .427 18 9 14 2 1 30 78 .368 16 4 3 1 0 6 22 .338 9 2 10 0 2 14 42 .416 8 1 2 0 0 10 13 .210 9 1

.333 5-0 6 0 2 0 0 .333 2-0 3 1 1 0 0 .250 5-1 4 0 1 0 0 .196 24-14 51 10 10 1 0 .167 5-1 6 0 1 0 0 .071 7-4 14 1 1 0 0 .000 10-1 4 1 0 0 0 .000 5-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 .288 56-56 1984 355 571 136 12 .298 56-56 1952 363 582 116 16

0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 6 14 0 0 1 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 318 866 54 334 892

.333 0 .333 0 .250 0 .275 6 .167 0 .286 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .436 206 .457 225

SO GDP OB% SF-SH SB-ATT 28 3 .391 0-2 6-6 45 1 .382 1-2 2-3 32 2 .373 1-0 0-0 22 3 .390 2-1 5-6 32 5 .376 2-2 8-10 41 2 .411 2-3 0-1 35 6 .366 0-3 5-8 28 0 .365 0-7 9-14 30 3 .328 3-4 5-11 21 0 .368 0-2 2-4 26 0 .318 0-1 0-1 12 4 .288 1-1 0-0

0 1 0 2 0 3 4 9 0 4 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 39 377 52 335

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 31 38

PO A E Pct. 95 157 15 .944 308 39 6 .983 209 35 5 .980 75 143 9 .960 68 4 5 .935 101 12 1 .991 102 5 4 .964 156 4 3 .982 47 76 7 .946 11 17 1 .966 222 9 1 .996 5 16 3 .875

.333 0-0 0-0 5 11 2 .889 .333 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1.000 .250 0-0 0-0 7 1 0 1.000 .313 3-1 2-3 14 0 1 .933 .167 0-0 0-0 11 1 0 1.000 .188 0-0 0-0 24 4 1 .966 .200 0-1 0-0 4 0 0 1.000 .000 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 1.000 .000 0-1 0-0 9 18 1 .964 .364 15-31 44-67 1496 611 71 .967 .381 23-49 73-92 1490 625 80 .964

LOB - Team (430), Opp (443). DPs turned - Team (48), Opp (37). CI - Team (1), Beasley 1. IBB - Team (3), Billingsley 3, Opp (9). Picked off - Baker 3, Borden 2, Butler 1, Rubinstein 1, DeRose 1, Billingsley 1, Robinson 1.

PITCHING

No. 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 29 Garrett Sherrill 4.11 7-5 21 13 1 1/0 2 96.1 93 53 44 41 53 21 5 10 358 .260 9 13 3 3 10 10 Jason Rook 4.71 4-5 16 15 0 0/0 0 84.0 87 52 44 54 66 14 0 10 320 .272 13 4 0 1 7 23 Jonathan Reeder 6.10 4-7 21 13 1 0/0 1 93.0 114 65 63 28 57 21 4 14 363 .314 4 9 1 4 8 -------------32 Brian Peede 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 .250 0 0 0 0 0 22 Josh Fish 4.45 2-1 35 0 0 0/0 3 32.1 31 21 16 14 35 6 0 1 119 .261 9 3 2 0 7 25 David Rubinstein 4.50 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 .250 0 0 0 0 0 36 Calvin Teague 4.78 2-2 19 1 0 0/0 2 32.0 31 19 17 12 12 8 0 1 120 .258 2 6 0 0 4 34 Adam Mills 5.30 0-1 14 0 0 0/0 1 18.2 29 15 11 3 17 3 2 1 85 .341 1 1 0 0 1 19 Zach Quate 6.56 4-3 25 0 0 0/0 0 48.0 65 38 35 18 34 11 3 6 197 .330 5 1 1 6 3 18 Aubrey Edens 7.81 0-3 19 4 0 0/0 1 40.1 57 38 35 21 29 11 1 6 162 .352 4 9 0 4 7 16 Chad Antley 8.53 0-1 11 6 0 0/0 0 31.2 41 32 30 18 26 7 1 2 128 .320 4 6 1 3 1 17 Scott Clark 10.80 1-3 9 4 0 0/0 0 16.2 25 23 20 13 5 9 0 2 73 .342 2 0 0 2 1 31 Chris Halubka 13.50 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 4 3 3 1 0 3 0 0 10 .400 1 0 0 0 0 9 Robert Reavis 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0.2 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 5 .400 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 5.76 24-31 56 56 2 1/0 10 498.2 582 363 319 225 335 116 16 54 1952 .298 54 52 8 23 49 Opponents 5.16 31-24 56 56 3 3/3 9 496.2 571 355 285 206 377 136 12 45 1984 .288 64 39 15 15 31 PB - Team (7), Butler 5, Riddle 1, Beasley 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (15), Reeder 4, Sherrill 3, Quate 2, Antley 2, Rook 2, Butler 2, Opp (10). SBA/ATT - Butler (47-59), Beasley (23-28), Rook (12-17), Sherrill (13-15), Reeder (8-14), Antley (11-13), Edens (7-8), Quate (7-7), Teague (4-5), Fish (5-5), Mills (3-5), Riddle (3-4), Clark (3-3).

WIN-LOSS SUMMARY

SCORE BY INNINGS Appalachian State Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX TOTAL 30 45 42 34 45 34 42 57 15 11 355 44 35 29 42 39 45 54 35 37 3 363

RECORD WHEN LEADING AFTER

1 9-5

2 16-5

3 16-6

4 18-5

5 17-5

6 17-5

7 16-3

8 19-3

5 5-25

6 4-24

7 4-24

8 1-24

5 2-1

6 3-2

7 2-4

8 2-4

RECORD WHEN TRAILING AFTER

1 4-16

2 3-18

3 2-20

4 3-25

RECORD WHEN TIED AFTER

1 11-10

2 5-8

3 6-5

4 3-1

Total............................ 24-31-1 Conference................... 9-18 Non-Conf..................... 15-13-1 Home........................... 15-12-1 Away........................... 5-17 Neutral........................ 4-2 Day............................. 21-26-1 Night........................... 3-5 vs Left......................... 10-8-1 vs Right....................... 14-23 1-Run games................ 6-10 2-Run games................ 3-5 5+Run games................ 11-11 Extra inns.................... 4-2 Shutouts...................... 1-3 Scoring 0-2 runs........... 0-12 Scoring 3-5 runs........... 4-12

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Scoring 6-9 runs........... 8-5 Scoring 10+ runs........... 12-2-1 Opponent 0-2 runs........ 4-1 Opponent 3-5 runs........ 9-11 Opponent 6-9 runs........ 10-14 Opponent 10+ runs........ 1-5-1 Scored in 1st inning...... 13-6 Scores first................... 15-9 Opp. scores first............ 9-22-1 After 6 leading............. 17-5-1 After 6 trailing............. 4-24 After 6 tied.................. 3-2 After 7 leading............. 16-3-1 After 7 trailing............. 4-24 After 7 tied.................. 2-4 After 8 leading............. 19-3-1 After 8 trailing............. 1-24

After 8 tied.................. 2-4 Hit 0 home runs............ 10-18 Hit 1 home run............. 6-10 Hit 2+ home runs.......... 8-3-1 Opponent 0 home runs... 11-15 Opponent 1 home run.... 8-9 Opponent 2+ HRs.......... 5-7-1 Made 0 errors................ 11-8 Made 1 error................. 3-12 Made 2+ errors.............. 10-11-1 Opp. made 0 errors........ 4-11 Opp. made 1 error......... 9-12-1 Opp. made 2+ errors...... 11-8 Out-hit opponent.......... 19-5 Out-hit by opponent...... 4-25-1 Hits are tied................. 1-1

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Overall Conference Year Coach W L T Pct. W L T Pct. 1903-55 — Complete Records Not Available 1955 Bob Broome 6 10 0 .375 3 9 0 .250 1956 Bob Broome 4 9 0 .308 4 9 0 .308 1957 Bob Broome 7 7 0 .500 7 7 0 .500 1958 Bill Alheim 5 5 0 .500 5 5 0 .500 1959 Dave Pierce 3 2 0 .600 3 2 0 .600 1960 Dave Pierce 4 11 0 .267 4 11 0 .267 1961 Joe Bryson 8 4 1 .654 7 4 0 .636 1962 Joe Bryson 7 11 0 .389 7 11 0 .389 1963 Frank Meyer 5 11 0 .313 5 11 0 .313 1964 Frank Meyer 2 10 0 .167 2 10 0 .167 1965 Bob Henry 3 13 0 .188 3 13 0 .188 1966 Bill Church 8 8 0 .500 8 6 0 .571 1967 Frank Lovrich 10 15 0 .400 7 11 0 .389 1968 Frank Lovrich 11 13 0 .485 8 10 0 .444 1969 Frank Lovrich 27 7 0 .794 — — — .— 1970 Frank Lovrich 19 6 0 .765 — — — .— 1971 Frank Lovrich 30 10 0 .750 — — — .— 1972 Frank Lovrich 12 13 0 .480 — — — .— 1973 Frank Lovrich 16 12 0 .571 11 3 0 .786 1974 Jim Morris 20 13 0 .606 9 5 0 .643 1975 Jim Morris 19 16 0 .543 6 8 0 .429 1976 Jim Morris 24 14 0 .632 4 8 0 .333 1977 Jim Morris 21 14 0 .600 6 10 0 .375 1978 Jim Morris 24 10 0 .706 10 4 0 .715 1979 Jim Morris 20 22 0 .476 10 5 0 .667 1980 Jim Morris 17 19 0 .472 10 5 0 .667 1981 Jim Morris 35 17 1 .670 8 8 0 .500 1982 Jim Morris 30 21 0 .588 8 8 0 .500 1983 Jim Morris 33 14 0 .702 7 7 0 .500 1984 Jim Morris 35 7 0 .833 12 2 0 .857 1985 Jim Morris 35 13 0 .729 14 3 0 .824 1986 Jim Morris 40 13 1 .750 15 2 0 .882 1987 Jim Morris 26 13 0 .667 10 2 0 .833 1988 Jim Morris 29 17 0 .630 9 7 0 .563 1989 Jim Morris 29 13 0 .690 9 7 0 .563 1990 Jim Morris 19 22 1 .464 6 9 0 .400 1991 Jim Morris 28 21 0 .571 5 8 0 .385 1992 Jim Morris 17 34 0 .333 6 14 0 .300 1993 Jim Morris 15 27 0 .357 8 12 0 .400 1994 Jim Morris 22 26 0 .458 10 13 0 .435 1995 Jim Morris 17 30 1 .365 10 13 1 .438 1996 Jim Morris 27 19 0 .587 12 10 0 .545 1997 Jim Morris 16 32 0 .333 8 16 0 .333 1998 Jim Morris 13 28 0 .317 6 17 0 .261 1999 Troy Heustess 14 38 0 .269 10 20 0 .333 2000 Troy Heustess 17 38 1 .313 11 17 0 .393 2001 Troy Heustess 21 32 0 .396 12 14 0 .462 2002 Troy Heustess 16 34 0 .320 10 19 0 .345 2003 Troy Heustess 14 36 0 .280 8 22 0 .267 2004 Troy Heustess 10 43 0 .189 6 24 0 .200 2005 Chris Pollard 10 42 0 .192 5 24 0 .172 2006 Chris Pollard 24 31 1 .438 9 18 0 .333 TOTALS 11 COACHES 924 946 6 .494 373 483 1 .436

Rank — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — First Third Sixth Seventh Sixth Second Second Third Fifth Fourth Fourth First-North Div. First-North Div. First-North Div. First-North Div. Second-North Div. Third Fifth Fifth Sixth Sixth Sixth Sixth Fifth Seventh Ninth Ninth Eighth Sixth 10th 10th 11th 11th 8th 7 CONFERENCE TITLES (‘73, ’84*, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87)

ASU HEAD BASEBALL COACHES (SINCE 1959)

BOB BROOME 1955-57 17-26 (.395)

BILL ALHEIM 1958 5-5 (.500)

DAVE PIERCE 1959-60 7-13 (.350)

JOE BRYSON 1961-62 15-15 (.500)

FRANK MEYER 1963-64 7-21 (.250)

BOB HENRY 1965 3-13 (.188)

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BILL CHURCH 1966 8-8 (.500)

FRANK LOVRICH 1967-73 125-76 (.622)

JIM MORRIS 1974-98 611-475-4 (.562)

TROY HEUSTESS 1999-2004 92-221 (.294)

CHRIS POLLARD 2005-Pres. 34-73-1 (.319)

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1903-1954 complete results not available 1955 (6-10) at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Catawba Catawba Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta 1956 (4-9) at Catawba at High Point at Guilford at Elon Lenoir-Rhyne Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Guilford High Point East Carolina East Carolina

4-9 0-7 14-18 8-9 2-1 2-7 0-7 7-8 8-7 4-5 3-6 4-8 12-7 4-1 12-8 9-8

L L L L W L L L W L L L W W W W

2-7 2-4 16-14 5-14 5-9 3-13 2-3 5-4 3-8 10-7 27-3 2-9 2-15

L L W L L L L W L W W L L

1957 (7-7) at East Carolina at Barton at East Carolina at Catawba at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Elon High Point Guilford at Guilford at High Point at Elon

8-1 4-2 5-6 5-6 7-2 18-4 3-4 1-7 0-5 15-4 3-4 8-3 7-12 2-1

W W L L W W L L L W L W L W

1958 (5-5) at Guilford Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Western Carolina at High Point Barton High Point Catawba at Barton at Elon

12-3 3-12 3-4 10-3 7-0 5-6 6-1 0-4 6-1 3-12

W L L W W L W L W L

1959 (3-2) at High Point at Guilford Guilford Elon Western Carolina

0-5 14-7 6-5 6-7 10-3

L W W L W

1960 (4-11) Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford Guilford Catawba at East Carolina at East Carolina at Catawba Western Carolina Western Carolina Elon High Point

6-5 8-12 6-11 10-4 0-12 2-11 1-6 6-12 14-5 3-6 3-12

W L L W L L L L W L L

at Barton at Barton at Elon at High Point

1-3 5-6 1-13 3-1

L L L W

1961 (8-4-1) at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Catawba East Carolina East Carolina Barton Elon High Point at Lenoir-Rhyne Pfeiffer at High Point at Pfeiffer at Guilford

11-9 13-4 1-2 0-6 0-13 6-4 1-0 5-2 9-6 4-2 3-4 2-2 10-2

W W L L L W W W W W L T W

1962 (7-11) Western Carolina Western Carolina Catawba High Point at East Carolina at Barton at Barton at Elon at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Pfeiffer High Point at Pfeiffer at Lenoir-Rhyne at Guilford Guilford Elon East Carolina

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

L W L L L W W L W L L W L L L W L W

1963 (5-11) at Western Carolina at Newberry at Catawba Elon Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford at Guilford at Pfeiffer High Point Pfeiffer Barton Barton Catawba Newberry at Elon at High Point

5-4 0-1 6-4 6-7 2-8 3-10 8-11 5-12 5-2 0-22 2-5 5-3 1-5 6-10 4-1 1-15

W L W L L L L L W L L W L L W L

1964 (2-10) Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford at Guilford Elon High Point at Elon Newberry at Lenoir-Rhyne at High Point at Pfeiffer Pfeiffer

3-4 7-10 4-5 6-10 0-1 4-2 2-10 1-5 6-10 4-2 4-11 4-7

L L L L L W L L L W L L

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

L L L L L L W W L W

1965 (3-13) at Guilford at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne High Point Catawba Guilford at Newberry at Barton at Barton

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at Catawba at High Point at Elon Elon Newberry Lenoir-Rhyne

2-5 6-7 7-8 1-6 4-5 4-8

L L L L L L

1966 (8-8) at Elon Western Carolina Western Carolina Elon at Presbyterian at Presbyterian at High Point at Guilford at Pfeiffer at Pfeiffer Newberry Newberry High Point Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba

4-3 1-8 2-4 13-5 15-1 6-4 0-5 0-4 0-3 4-1 2-1 0-11 1-5 10-7 7-4 3-4

W L L W W W L L L W W L L W W L

1967 (10-15) at Belmont Abbey at Georgia Southern at Erskine at Newberry at Newberry at Pembroke State at St. Andrews at Elon Western Carolina Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba Elon at High Point at Guilford Pfeiffer Presbyterian Presbyterian at Pfeiffer Guilford at Barton at Barton High Point Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne

1-13 1-7 4-2 6-3 3-0 8-13 9-0 1-5 6-7 7-4 10-0 8-18 5-2 1-7 2-6 9-7 7-1 4-7 2-9 4-10 5-2 3-4 2-6 6-8 1-12

L L W W W L W L L W W L W L L W W L L L W L L L L

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

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1968 (11-13) at Newberry at Erskine at Erskine at Augusta at Augusta at Oglethorpe at Presbyterian at Presbyterian at Pfeiffer Newberry Elon at Wofford Belmont Abbey at High Point Guilford Pfeiffer High Point at Guilford Barton Barton at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne at Elon

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1969 (27-7) at Furman at Erskine Wofford Salem Wooster at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Milligan at Milligan High Point at Tusculum at Voorhees Mars Hill Mars Hill Emory & Henry at Wofford Voorhees at Emory & Henry at Barton at Barton at High Point Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne Tusculum Allen Allen Allen West Liberty# Pfeiffer# Pembroke State# William Carey$ Grand Canyon$ #Area 7 Playoffs, Wilimington, N.C. $NAIA World Series, St. Joseph, Mo.

0-1 9-1 7-6 9-6 13-7 4-3 3-1 7-2 6-5 0-9 16-0 2-0 9-0 1-0 8-0 8-2 14-2 8-2 5-0 8-2 2-7 6-3 7-8 2-0 9-2 9-1 6-2 2-4 6-2 5-0 6-3 6-3 4-8 4-9

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1970 (19-6) at Chattanooga at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State Charleston (W.Va.) at Western Carolina Winston-Salem State Wofford at Emory & Henry at Milligan East Tennessee State at Allen at Erskine at Mars Hill at East Tennessee State Allen at Wake Forest at Emory & Henry at Wofford Erskine Western Carolina Mars Hill Allen Erskine Erskine

3-1 10-5 8-1 5-1 4-3 7-8 12-1 11-4 25-2 20-0 4-3 4-0 1-9 9-5 9-7 12-4 1-15 7-2 13-1 6-8 7-6 8-2 6-0 0-3 1-3

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1971 (30-10) at Benedict at Allen Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) at Western Carolina at Chattanooga at Bryan at Shorter at Shorter at Columbus at Columbus at Columbus Voorhees VMI VMI Benedict East Tennessee State

6-0 2-0 4-3 0-2 4-3 3-8 19-6 7-3 5-4 7-1 0-7 0-1 10-2 0-3 3-2 7-1 2-4

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The 1969 Mountaineers were the first team in ASU history to advance to the NAIA World Series. Appalachian advanced to the World Series again in 1971 and made its first NCAA postseason appearance in ‘73. Milligan Allen Erskine at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Voorhees at Erskine Winston-Salem State at Milligan Mars Hill Mars Hill Wake Forest Western Carolina at Newberry Western Carolina* Western Carolina* High Point# Salem# at UNC Wilmington# High Point# High Point# Indiana (Pa.)$ David Lipscomb$ *District 6 Playoffs, Salisbury, N.C. #Area 7 Playoffs, Wilmington, N.C. $NAIA World Series, Phoenix, Ariz. 1972 (12-13) at The Citadel at Shorter at Shorter at Columbus at Columbus at Columbus at Chattanooga at Western Carolina at Milligan at Western Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina East Tennessee State at VMI at VMI William & Mary at East Tennessee State Milligan Indiana (Pa.) at East Carolina Wake Forest at William & Mary at Richmond at Richmond East Tennessee State

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6-3 17-1 2-0 2-1 7-3 13-0 9-5 8-1 10-4 5-1 7-0 4-5 6-1 3-2 6-5 4-1 7-9 3-2 1-0 3-1 5-4 5-7 13-14

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1973 (16-12) at Jacksonville State 6-0 at Clemson 0-5 at Milligan 8-9 at Davidson 6-0 at The Citadel 8-2 at The Citadel 4-1 East Tennessee State 3-4 Carson-Newman 6-5 Furman 4-5 East Carolina 4-5 East Carolina 9-1 VMI 3-0 at Furman 4-3 East Tennessee State 10-9 at William & Mary 1-0 at William & Mary 10-5 at VMI 5-0 at South Carolina 2-9 Richmond 1-2 Richmond 9-3 Western Carolina 4-9 Davidson 7-4 Milligan 4-5 at Western Carolina 1-5 N.C. State* 1-5 South Alabama* 2-1 N.C. State* 4-3 Miami (Fla.)* 6-13 *NCAA District III Playoffs, Starkville, Miss. 1974 (20-13) at Francis Marion at Francis Marion at Francis Marion at Columbus at Columbus at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Erskine at Catawba at Milligan at Duke at North Carolina Mars Hill at Furman VMI East Carolina East Carolina at Davidson at East Tennessee State at VMI at Richmond at Richmond Furman The Citadel The Citadel

2-1 6-3 8-0 2-10 8-3 0-19 5-7 7-17 7-4 1-3 10-0 2-3 1-4 5-0 6-4 3-0 2-3 0-2 10-2 10-7 19-7 6-3 1-7 10-14 5-2 7-2

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Davidson at Virginia Tech William & Mary William & Mary at Western Carolina Virginia Tech Western Carolina

7-1 2-3 8-2 8-9 8-3 13-6 8-2

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1975 (19-16) at Augusta at Augusta at Mercer at Mercer at Georgia at West Georgia at West Georgia at Wake Forest at Davidson at Duke at Duke at Wofford at Wofford at Mars Hill at Mars Hill at William & Mary at William & Mary at VMI at Furman Davidson East Tennessee State at The Citadel at The Citadel at VMI Milligan Milligan East Carolina East Carolina Furman Richmond Richmond Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at Milligan at Milligan

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

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1976 (24-14) at Wake Forest at Elon at Elon at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Furman at Davidson West Virginia State West Virginia State Wake Forest at East Carolina at East Carolina East Tennessee State Mars Hill at South Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne VMI Milligan at Richmond at Richmond at VMI Davidson Western Carolina The Citadel The Citadel Furman at Milligan at Milligan East Tennessee State ­ at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Western Carolina

3-7 14-4 2-6 3-1 5-0 0-1 4-1 3-2 7-2 4-0 7-2 1-13 6-9 2-1 4-1 0-4 3-4 1-6 4-3 17-0 4-10 15-9 13-1 5-2 8-3 4-7 9-2 4-0 6-5 3-4 1-6 2-7 3-1 7-4 — — — 3-4

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1977 (21-14) at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Tusculum at Tusculum at Tennessee at Chattanooga at Chattanooga at Berry at Berry at Shorter at Mercer-Atlanta at Augusta at Augusta Milligan at The Citadel at The Citadel Wofford Lenoir-Rhyne at Wake Forest at VMI at VMI at William & Mary at William & Mary Marshall Marshall Gardner-Webb East Carolina East Carolina Davidson Davidson at Western Carolina at Lenoir-Rhyne East Tennessee State Furman Furman

6-2 5-3 11-1 10-0 4-8 15-0 5-2 1-4 10-0 3-4 12-8 13-1 6-2 4-8 0-5 2-3 10-3 9-11 12-11 11-3 10-12 6-5 1-2 8-3 1-4 17-9 0-2 6-12 9-8 3-4 3-4 8-6 7-5 3-1 5-3

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1978 (24-10) at North Carolina at N.C. State at Wofford at Wofford at Morris Brown at Lee at Georgia at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia Tech Wake Forest The Citadel The Citadel at Virginia Tech VMI VMI at Davidson at Davidson at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall Chattanooga Chattanooga Milligan at Furman at Furman Western Carolina Western Carolina Methodist Methodist Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne

3-5 1-5 6-1 15-2 22-0 14-0 5-9 10-4 14-10 20-6 10-6 13-19 3-11 9-2 10-2 4-11 9-5 16-0 9-5 10-8 8-6 2-3 3-4 6-5 7-3 10-0 8-5 13-5 10-12 5-9 2-1 9-5 6-3 17-2

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1979 (20-22) at Wake Forest at Wofford at South Carolina at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Mercer at Charleston Southern at Charleston Southern

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at Southern Tech at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia State at Georgia State at North Carolina at VMI at VMI at East Tennessee State Davidson Davidson at Western Carolina Marshall Marshall at Virginia Tech Methodist Methodist at The Citadel at The Citadel at Chattanooga at Chattanooga East Tennessee State Milligan Milligan Furman Furman Wake Forest at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Milligan at Milligan Clemson Clemson

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

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1980 (17-19) at Georgia Tech at Augusta at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell at Wake Forest Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Davidson at Davidson at Charlotte at Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall at Milligan Bluefield Bluefield The Citadel The Citadel VMI VMI Milligan Milligan at Furman at Furman Chattanooga Chattanooga Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Charlotte

10-3 4-2 4-9 1-5 4-5 3-9 6-14 4-8 20-9 10-12 7-1 1-2 3-9 0-2 6-3 9-4 0-4 9-7 6-0 7-9 2-4 12-0 8-1 4-2 3-7 12-5 6-3 3-4 6-8 5-1 6-0 5-0 7-1 6-7 2-5 2-5

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1981 (35-17-1) at Clemson at Clemson at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at USC Aiken at USC Aiken at Presbyterian at Presbyterian

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Catawba at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne at Charlotte at Charlotte Hillsdale Hillsdale at Milligan at Milligan King King Wake Forest at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Bluefield at Bluefield at VMI at VMI at Wake Forest Berea Furman Furman UNC Charlotte Western Carolina Western Carolina at Chattanooga at Chattanooga Mars Hill Mars Hill Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb Marshall Marshall Davidson Davidson at Lenoir-Rhyne Milligan Milligan at The Citadel at The Citadel Emory & Henry Emory & Henry

3-9 24-4 3-2 3-0 20-11 4-3 7-6 3-2 10-6 16-14 5-0 10-4 7-12 3-6 6-0 16-5 5-2 20-0 10-3 15-14 8-1 6-1 6-4 7-12 1-2 0-2 4-3 4-2 6-4 8-1 5-2 14-2 3-9 5-2 5-10 0-5 5-1 8-7 1-13 10-11 5-15 15-1 9-2

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1982 (30-21) at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Augusta at Georgia Southern at Georgia at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb at Wofford at Wofford Slippery Rock Slippery Rock at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech at Charlotte Chattanooga Chattanooga Catawba Catawba at Mars Hill at Mars Hill at North Carolina at Milligan at Milligan Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Mercer-Atlanta at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Davidson at Davidson at Furman at Furman Milligan Milligan The Citadel

5-9 4-3 11-3 1-4 8-10 7-5 9-2 4-2 5-6 6-7 7-6 4-3 8-10 0-1 5-9 1-0 7-1 5-0 8-2 12-4 10-2 6-3 17-18 5-10 2-3 11-0 1-3 1-11 20-4 0-2 5-6 3-2 2-4 2-0 7-4 5-2 0-1 1-2

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The Citadel VMI VMI Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Mars Hill Mars Hill at Marshall at Marshall at Emory & Henry at Emory & Henry at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne

5-4 0-5 1-3 2-0 7-3 14-7 9-4 11-8 9-4 14-1 7-2 8-2 5-6

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1983 (33-14) at Wake Forest at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia State at Georgia State at Southern Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia at Catawba at Catawba at Charlotte Milligan Milligan at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at Marshall at Marshall at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst Piedmont Piedmont at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Charlotte at UNC Wilmington at The Citadel at The Citadel at VMI at VMI Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Davidson Davidson Wofford Wofford Furman Furman Mars Hill Mars Hill Catawba Catawba at Pfeiffer at Pfeiffer at Gardner-Webb at Gardner-Webb

4-8 6-0 14-0 2-3 5-4 11-8 10-11 5-18 6-3 7-2 7-11 14-1 6-0 7-8 6-7 5-0 4-8 10-3 4-0 5-4 6-1 9-0 4-0 6-9 0-4 3-1 3-4 3-4 0-2 3-2 6-2 14-4 12-4 9-3 8-7 7-3 4-6 4-1 9-4 7-0 7-0 6-2 6-5 13-3 4-1 4-1 9-8

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1984 (35-7) at Georgia Tech at Southern Tech at Southern Tech at Kennesaw at Kennesaw at Georgia State at Georgia State at Mercer-Atlanta at Mercer-Atlanta at Piedmont at Piedmont Mercyhurst& Mercyhurst& Marshall Marshall Marshall East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State

4-6 7-6 6-3 6-4 2-1 7-4 8-13 6-5 11-0 4-1 2-0 9-0 22-3 5-9 9-1 7-2 3-0 1-5 8-0

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at East Tennessee State 13-0 at East Tennessee State 13-5 at Virginia Tech 5-1 at Marshall 17-2 at Marshall 4-3 at Marshall 6-4 at Milligan 8-5 at Milligan 5-1 at VMI 10-1 Virginia Tech 4-7 VMI 11-1 VMI 15-7 Catawba 5-4 Catawba 8-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne 12-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne 9-4 The Citadel% 6-1 at Western Carolina% 9-5 The Citadel% 6-1 Gardner-Webb$ 9-6 Gardner-Webb$ 12-1 New Orleans* 0-1 Eastern Kentucky* 9-10 &Lenoir, N.C. $Cherryville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Cullowhee, N.C. *NCAA South II Regional, Starkville, Miss. 1985 (35-13) at Furman at Furman at Catawba at Catawba King& at Catawba at Catawba at Wake Forest at Wingate at Wingate Connecticut# Connecticut# at Davidson Rhode Island Rhode Island Marshall Marshall Marshall$ at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Radford at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at North Carolina North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State$ Virginia Tech Tennessee at Marshall at Marshall at Marshall UNC Asheville UNC Asheville at Clemson VMI VMI VMI at Virginia Tech at Liberty at Liberty at VMI at VMI at VMI Western Carolina% Davidson% $Lenoir, N.C. &High Point, N.C. #Davidson, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Boone, N.C.

16-1 15-1 7-1 10-4 12-8 8-7 8-4 1-2 5-6 8-2 9-6 10-6 7-9 10-9 11-7 4-3 3-5 7-6 12-6 5-7 17-7 4-2 8-5 3-10 11-0 7-0 6-0 5-3 11-2 2-14 10-3 14-7 8-3 4-6 4-3 5-1 2-3 8-6 13-3 26-3 11-0 2-3 7-2 18-4 3-8 18-6 2-3 5-8

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1986 (40-13-1) at Furman at Furman at Clemson at USC Spartanburg at USC Spartanburg at Guilford at Guilford at Wake Forest at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at UNC Asheville at UNC Asheville Davidson at Marshall at Marshall Western Carolina Western Carolina at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T USC Spartanburg St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Kent State Kent State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State UNC Asheville UNC Asheville Virginia Tech Marshall Marshall Marshall at Virginia Tech at VMI at VMI at VMI at Milligan at Milligan Liberty& Liberty& VMI VMI VMI

16-3 7-4 11-6 3-14 17-5 10-8 13-0 16-5 9-3 12-3 5-7 11-14 10-10 15-4 14-6 5-2 8-3 3-7 11-1 15-14 9-3 6-4 9-3 7-4 1-4 7-5 7-6 10-3 4-1 14-10 5-4 3-1 7-4 5-0 8-1 19-9 12-7 14-2 12-4 1-8 6-5 14-0 4-6 5-8 12-3 8-7 6-5

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at Tennessee 3-5 Davidson% 5-4 at Western Carolina% 17-18 East Tennessee State% 16-14 at Western Carolina% 8-11 Stanford* 1-11 at Oklahoma State* 2-23 &Lenoir, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Cullowhee, N.C. *NCAA Midwest Regional, Stillwater, Okla. 1987 (26-13) at Clemson at Clemson at Wake Forest Assumption# Assumption# at North Carolina A&T Marshall Marshall Marshall at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Bluefield Bluefield at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State VMI VMI VMI& Coppin State& Coppin State& King& Delaware State& East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State$ at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech UNC Asheville Charlotte at Georgia Tech Davidson% Western Carolina% VMI% Milligan Milligan

6-7 0-1 14-6 10-8 7-4 7-0 3-2 5-4 10-2 4-9 7-0 5-0 9-0 9-5 6-1 24-8 6-1 1-6 6-4 7-6 9-6 10-5 14-5 3-2 3-5 13-11 6-9 8-7 3-1 4-6 1-9 8-5 7-8 9-10 8-1 10-2

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Under the tutelage of Jim Morris, the winningest coach in ASU baseball history, the Mountaineers advanced to NCAA Regional play in 1984 and ‘86. Appalachian won four-straight SoCon North Division titles from 1984-87.

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1988 (29-17) at Wake Forest 8-9 at Guilford 14-10 at Guilford 5-0 at Furman 15-3 at Furman 15-2 at Clemson 1-7 at High Point 26-1 at North Carolina A&T 9-0 at North Carolina A&T 4-3 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)& 9-4 at Marshall 3-11 UNC Asheville# 9-8 East Tennessee State# 5-2 East Tennessee State# 3-1 East Tennessee State# 13-10 Carson-Newman 3-2 Carson-Newman 12-5 Western Carolina 3-2 Western Carolina 2-9 at VMI 7-1 at VMI 4-8 at VMI 4-6 at Virginia Tech 9-11 at Radford 2-3 at Radford 10-9 Marshall 5-1 Marshall 6-5 Marshall 7-8 at Lenoir-Rhyne 10-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne 11-2 at East Tennessee State 1-3 at East Tennessee State 17-2 at East Tennessee State 3-9 Radford 8-7 Radford 6-3 VMI 5-12 VMI 9-8 VMI 8-7 Lenoir-Rhyne# 6-7 USC Spartanburg 6-11 King$ Forfeit Milligan$ 10-3 Milligan$ 7-10 Western Carolina% 8-18 VMI% 11-4 The Citadel% 9-16 &Johnson City, Tenn. #Granite Falls, N.C. $Elizabethton, Tenn. %SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C. 1989 (29-13) Gardner-Webb# Gardner-Webb# Pfeiffer# Pfeiffer# at Warren Wilson at Warren Wilson at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Piedmont at Clemson at South Carolina Furman Furman North Carolina A&T* North Carolina A&T* at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Wake Forest UNC Asheville East Tennessee State East Tennessee State

8-6 8-3 7-3 4-3 10-4 7-3 3-15 8-16 12-6 4-5 15-8 6-0 4-5 17-3 Forfeit 1-6 6-13 8-5 10-4 9-8 3-4 14-0

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS East Tennessee State at Radford at VMI at VMI Virginia Tech Virginia Tech at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne Marshall Marshall Marshall Davidson UNC Asheville& at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Milligan Furman% Marshall% Western Carolina$ #Granite Falls, N.C. *North Wilkesboro, N.C. &Cherryville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Asheville, N.C. $SoCon Tournament, Montreat, N.C.

15-2 21-14 8-3 10-7 2-3 11-10 7-4 10-1 6-2 5-6 11-6 4-3 10-7 10-11 16-5 3-5 10-11 8-2 13-9 2-7

1990 (19-22-1) at Richmond 6-6 at Gardner-Webb 9-2 at Winthrop 3-10 at Belmont Abbey 5-6 at Belmont Abbey 6-2 at Georgia Tech 5-6 at Georgia Tech 1-9 at Winthrop 6-5 at Furman 3-9 at Furman 3-2 at Furman 10-8 at Milligan 6-7 at Milligan 9-11 The Citadel 5-10 The Citadel 2-5 at Virginia Tech 4-5 at Virginia Tech 9-2 at East Tennessee State 15-6 Davidson 5-2 VMI& 14-9 VMI 2-6 VMI 2-8 UNC Asheville 6-5 at Marshall 5-10 at Marshall 5-6 at Marshall 11-12 at Clemson 1-2 at UNC Asheville 8-9 Western Carolina 11-2 Western Carolina 1-6 Western Carolina 3-0 at Wake Forest 7-13 at Tennessee 5-4 at Tennessee 4-9 at Davidson 3-0 at Davidson 7-2 Liberty 12-6 King# Forfeit Lenoir-Rhyne# 6-1 VMI% 9-2 at The Citadel% 2-7 Western Carolina% 4-5 &North Wilkesboro, N.C. #Granite Falls, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1991 (28-21) at Winthrop Bristol Bristol at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina at Auburn at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech

5-3 1-0 4-0 8-7 9-6 13-7 1-10 0-10 9-20

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at S.C. State 12-0 at The Citadel 2-9 at The Citadel 1-14 at The Citadel 1-6 at UNC Asheville 8-4 East Tennessee State 10-0 East Tennessee State 4-1 East Tennessee State 1-5 UNC Asheville 6-9 Milligan 6-4 Milligan 9-6 Shepherd 6-2 at VMI 17-2 at VMI 7-6 at Liberty 1-4 at Liberty 3-4 at Virginia Tech 10-7 Marshall# 7-8 Marshall# 4-5 at Milligan 2-6 Wis.-Stevens Point& 1-5 King 7-2 King 12-2 Virginia Tech 10-9 at Western Carolina 4-3 at Western Carolina 1-4 at Western Carolina 9-15 Davidson 11-4 at Tennessee 2-10 at UNC Greensboro 11-2 at UNC Greensboro 11-0 at Clemson 5-10 at Clemson 0-13 North Carolina A&T Forfeit North Carolina A&T Forfeit Furman% 4-2 at The Citadel% 2-0 East Tennessee State% 7-1 Furman% 6-7 Western Carolina% 0-4 #Lenoir, N.C. &Milligan, Tenn. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1992 (17-34) at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Davidson at Davidson at Winthrop at Belmont Abbey at Belmont Abbey Wofford Mars Hill at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at North Carolina at N.C. State at Duke VMI# VMI# VMI# Catawba at Marshall at Marshall at Tennessee at Tennessee Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina at Virginia Tech Virginia Tech North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern USC Spartanburg Winthrop at Furman

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

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at Furman at Furman Davidson UNC Asheville UNC Asheville The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel at Clemson at Clemson East Tennessee State% Marshall% at The Citadel% #Lenoir, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

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1993 (15-27) at Florida State 3-8 at Florida State 1-3 at Clemson 2-13 at Winthrop 7-8 at UNC Asheville 2-12 at North Carolina 4-9 at The Citadel 2-3 at The Citadel 0-9 at The Citadel 4-7 at College of Charleston 4-7 at S.C. State 19-2 at South Carolina 1-13 at East Tennessee State 8-6 at East Tennessee State 7-6 at East Tennessee State 5-6 Milligan# 12-2 at Furman 0-8 at Furman 9-2 at Georgia Tech 2-10 at Georgia Tech 2-7 North Carolina A&T# 4-5 North Carolina A&T# 8-0 Georgia Southern# 2-5 Georgia Southern# 0-2 Georgia Southern# 2-5 Montreat-Anderson# 4-1 Montreat-Anderson# 4-2 at Marshall 2-3 at Marshall 7-2 at Marshall 8-4 UNC Asheville& 10-11 Virginia Tech 5-10 at VMI 1-5 at VMI 2-1 at VMI 10-3 Winthrop 8-1 Belmont Abbey 10-3 Western Carolina 7-3 Western Carolina 5-13 Western Carolina 5-8 at The Citadel% 1-7 Marshall% 2-4 #Granite Falls, N.C. %Taylorsville, N.C. %SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 1994 (22-26) at North Carolina at UNC Greensboro at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest at UNC Charlotte at UNC Charlotte The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Tennessee at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson Liberty at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State

2-14 4-2 6-2 16-1 4-3 2-4 6-4 2-6 7-6 4-5 4-22 4-22 1-24 2-7 1-2 9-7 5-4 7-8 2-8

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9-2 8-4 5-4 7-8 9-4 3-1 9-5 21-0 0-9 2-9 6-11 1-5 4-6 2-8 0-10 13-1 2-8 6-7 13-2 8-1 6-11 1-2 9-2 2-6 13-2 6-4 16-3 3-7 1-6

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4-5 6-13 2-1 2-3 6-7 2-15 1-6 4-8 5-6 7-6 16-20 9-32 12-7 4-8 5-5 0-11 8-4 10-5 16-8 15-1 4-0 3-5 5-8 3-1 6-7 5-22 9-8 2-4 3-2 9-5 3-5 1-9 2-5 7-12 6-9 11-9 6-4 7-8 10-17 26-3 9-3 7-8 6-0 6-7 2-6 2-7 6-9 4-13

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8-9 8-7 3-15 10-3 5-6 12-4 7-3 3-8 11-7 6-16 7-19 5-6 3-5 2-11 1-4 0-21 11-10 8-6 3-5 6-17 4-17 12-4 6-7 11-10 9-13 14-10 1-3 11-15 4-10

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Western Carolina 4-18 Western Carolina 6-26 Western Carolina 2-8 Radford 5-8 Wofford 9-13 Wofford 6-7 UNC Asheville 3-2 Wake Forest 2-7 at The Citadel 6-8 at The Citadel 5-6 at The Citadel 2-7 UNC Greensboro 6-7 Tennessee Tech 8-3 Davidson 6-3 Davidson 6-5 Davidson 21-17 vs. Georgia Southern# 5-14 vs. Davidson# 7-5 vs. Furman# 11-13 #SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

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1998 (13-28) at North Carolina A&T at North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest vs. Norfolk State at Auburn at Auburn at Jacksonville State at North Carolina at UNC Asheville vs. East Tennessee State vs. East Tennessee State vs. East Tennessee State at N.C. State at The Citadel at The Citadel at The Citadel at Furman at Furman at Furman at Campbell Davidson Davidson Davidson North Carolina A&T North Carolina A&T Wofford Wofford UNC Asheville UNC Asheville at Radford at VMI at VMI at VMI at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro Radford vs. Wake Forest Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina

9-2 9-5 4-5 10-9 2-6 3-13 10-9 11-14 3-19 13-8 12-7 5-9 5-17 4-7 2-10 3-12 3-7 17-5 4-9 9-5 7-14 11-12 11-7 10-7 7-15 12-11 13-17 9-13 7-9 8-18 11-12 3-4 8-5 7-15 1-9 7-16 13-4 3-7 7-15 8-9 3-14

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1999 (14-38) at Florida International at Florida International at Florida International at Winthrop at Winthrop at Winthrop at N.C. State at Davidson at Davidson at Davidson at North Carolina A&T at High Point at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston

1-10 1-2 0-15 2-8 5-18 2-3 3-18 4-3 0-4 16-8 13-14 8-10 14-8 9-17 4-6 12-19 3-15 2-13

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Tennessee Tech at North Carolina UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro North Carolina A&T VMI VMI VMI at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State at East Tennessee State Tennessee Tech at Wake Forest Furman Furman Furman Wake Forest at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Elon High Point Winthrop The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel at Elon South Carolina* at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Wofford at Wofford at Wofford *Hickory, N.C. 2000 (17-38-1) at Charlotte at Winthrop at Winthrop at Florida State at Florida State at Tennessee at Tennessee at Tennessee at Campbell at High Point at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at College of Charleston at Elon Charlotte at East Carolina at East Carolina at East Carolina at UNC Greensboro at UNC Greensboro Western Carolina Western Carolina Western Carolina at Tennessee Tech Wofford Wofford Wofford Campbell at Wake Forest at Furman at Furman at Furman Davidson Davidson Elon at VMI at VMI at VMI vs. Wake Forest* High Point East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State at UNC Asheville Georgia Southern Georgia Southern

11-12 3-4 5-6 7-4 3-13 20-3 13-7 4-6 19-16 17-23 5-9 8-9 13-6 6-7 4-20 9-11 9-7 10-16 4-11 6-5 4-5 10-9 14-13 1-10 4-12 5-8 7-8 1-5 3-12 0-13 3-10 8-9 15-8 17-16

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

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Georgia Southern 13-10 Tennessee Tech 10-4 Tennessee Tech 4-15 at The Citadel 5-6 at The Citadel 0-12 at The Citadel 1-7 UNC Asheville 8-2 vs. Georgia Southern# 1-2 vs. East Tennessee State# 6-3 vs. College of Charleston# 2-9 *Hickory, N.C. #SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 2001 (21-32) vs. Kentucky# 3-8 at Winthrop 1-8 vs. Kentucky# 6-4 at Winthrop 2-6 at Elon 6-7 vs. UNC Wilmington! 1-6 vs. Richmond! 5-6 vs. Old Dominion! 3-8 at Florida State 4-10 at Florida State 4-7 at Georgia Southern 1-6 at Georgia Southern 7-10 at Georgia Southern 1-7 at North Carolina 7-9 at High Point 20-3 at Davidson 8-2 at Davidson 10-7 at Davidson 9-4 at Wake Forest 4-13 at James Madison 8-23 Furman 7-6 Furman 0-7 UNC Greensboro 8-6 UNC Greensboro 10-4 UNC Greensboro 4-7 at Charlotte 4-13 at Western Carolina 3-7 at Western Carolina 7-18 at Western Carolina 13-11 at UNC Asheville 3-2 at Wofford 7-6 at Wofford 2-6 at Wofford 5-2 Charlotte 6-8 vs. Wake Forest 4-18 High Point 9-6 VMI 9-6 VMI 9-10 VMI 17-5 The Citadel 8-10 The Citadel 9-3 The Citadel 10-13 at UNC Asheville 10-8 at East Tennessee State 7-8 at East Tennessee State 5-8 at East Tennessee State 5-8 Winthrop 0-5 UNC Asheville 10-9 UNC Asheville 7-4 vs. Furman$ 4-2 vs. The Citadel$ 3-5 vs. College of Charleston$ 4-3 vs. UNC Greensboro$ 1-2 #Rock Hill, S.C. !Hughes Brothers’ Classic, Wilmington, N.C. $SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C. 2002 (16-34) at Coastal Carolina vs. William & Mary# vs. Wagner! at Winthrop vs. Wagner! at Winthrop at N.C. State at Wake Forest at Wake Forest at Furman at Furman

5-12 9-17 22-3 3-5 12-1 4-5 6-15 4-10 3-22 3-14 4-3

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0-26 3-9 5-16 1-9 0-17 6-10 2-8 2-0 8-7 0-9 2-5 16-13 3-12 5-6 6-5 4-10 4-5 8-12 11-10 14-10 4-5 6-7 2-5 5-7 7-3 8-5 12-19 2-5 2-9 1-15 6-13 4-11 9-13 3-1 10-7 8-9 7-14 8-17 4-3 3-13

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS VMI VMI VMI at Western Carolina at Western Carolina at Western Carolina Charleston Southern Wofford Wofford Wofford

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1-2 1-2 3-10 1-11 1-8 6-13 5-6 3-7 2-14 5-8 2-20 7-11 7-6 1-8 11-6 3-13 3-4 6-1 5-11 6-5 2-5 6-8 1-17 10-14 0-20 2-6 1-9 9-13 9-13 8-3 4-8 1-7 3-13 3-8 2-14 11-2 10-14 2-11 9-13 7-5 2-1 6-9 7-8 0-5 4-6 0-16 2-7 1-11 3-7 1-14 8-10 5-4 18-11

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6-2 1-18 3-5 0-5 1-6 2-16 6-11 4-11 2-11 1-4 4-1 5-3 11-13 4-5 4-9 6-14

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12-6 2-4 7-4 11-8 7-6 4-2 12-7 3-4 3-8 3-8 4-6 10-7 6-4 7-0 11-3 2-7 2-3 3-10 2-8 0-2 0-8 2-5 8-9 8-9 0-11 4-3 4-15 13-13 10-20 11-8 4-7 21-5 4-5 16-3 10-3 6-8 16-11 2-3 7-2 11-17 3-4 5-4 2-7 7-2

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL SINGLE-SEASON OFFENSIVE RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 75 AB) 1. .477 Randy Ingle (1979) 2. .462 Ryan Healey (1988) 3. .450 Joey Moffitt (1978 4. .427 Randy Ingram (1978) 5. .426 Scott Waugh (1990) 6. .425 Chris Behne (2000) 7. .423 Robbie Peele (1981) 8. .416 Kim Arey (1981) .416 Randy Ingram (1977) .416 Andre Crawford (1987) .416 Tony Welborn (1984)

DOUBLES 1. 21 21 21 4. 19 5. 18 18 18 18 7. 17 17 17

GAMES PLAYED 1. 56 56 56 4. 55 55 55 7. 54 54 54 10. 53 53 53 53 53

TRIPLES 1.

AT BATS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9.

228 225 221 218 215 212 212 208 206 205 205

RUNS SCORED 1. 66 2. 60 3. 56 56 5. 55 55 55 8. 54 9. 53 53

Chris Behne (2000) Wes Timmons (2000) Chris Baker (2006) Robbie Huffstetler (2000) Ben Billingsley (2006) Nick DeRose (2006) Ed Dubiel (1986) Luke Little (2000) Rand Smith (2006) Rusty Stroupe (1986) Chris Downard (2001) Mike Lee (2001) Travis Lee (2004) Joey Robinson (2006)

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Shane Owenby (1995) Mike Lee (2001) Wes Timmons (2001) Chris Behne (2000) Steve Hollins (1989) Luke Little (2000) Chris Baker (2006) Kevin Butler (2006) Wes Timmons (1999) Luke Little (2001) Derek Smith (2002) Randy Ingram (1976) Randy Ingle (1979) George Gaines (1981) Pete Camelo (1982) Scott McDaniel (1995) Shane Sigmon (1998) Bill Eanes (1967) Rick Martin (1977) Joey Moffitt (1978) Robbie Peele (1983) Tom Sams (1983) Shane Sigmon (1997) Chris Behne (2000) Ty Racette (2002)

HOME RUNS 1. 16 16 3. 15 4. 13 5. 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Pete Camelo (1982) Andre Crawford (1986) Kenny Osborne (1997) Marc Hodges (1985) Ron Brower (1977) Ron Brower (1978) Marc Hodges (1984) Tony Welborn (1984) Lawrence Sluder (1985) Tony Welborn (1985) Ed Dubiel (1986) Brad Long (1986)

Ed Dubiel (1986) Lawrence Sluder (1985) Tony Welborn (1984) Steve Hollins (1989) Andre Crawford (1985) Joe Mengele (1981) Wes Timmons (2001) Wes Timmons (1999) Kenny Osborne (1997) Wes Timmons (2000)

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 64 2. 61 3. 56 4. 53 53 6. 52 52 52 52 10. 51

Tom Sams (1981) Ed Dubiel (1986) Andre Crawford (1986) Ron Brower (1978) Garrett Hinshaw (1989) Randy Ingle (1978) Tony Welborn (1984) Brad Long (1986) Chris Behne (1999) Marc Hodges (1984)

Chris Behne (2000) Wes Timmons (2000) Wes Timmons (2001) Ed Dubiel (1986) Brad Peisel (2005) Tommy Green (1988) Ben Billingsley (2006) Joey Robinson (2006) Tom Sams(1981) Kenny Osborne (1997) Chris Behne (1999) Marko Little (2001)

SLUGGING PCT. (MIN. 75 AB) 1. .804 Pete Camelo (1982) 2. .776 Randy Ingle (1979) 3. .770 Joey Moffitt (1978) 4. .762 Andre Crawford (1987) 5. .752 Brad Long (1985) 6. .737 Steph Crater (1998) 7. .734 Tony Welborn (1984) 8. .731 Ron Brower (1978) 9. .725 Kenny Osborne (1997) 10. .707 Ron Brower (1977) .707 Tony Welborn (1986) .707 Garrett Hinshaw (1989)

Chris Behne (2000) Ben Billingsley (2006) Robbie Huffstetler (2000) Wes Timmons (2000) Chris Downard (2001) Mike Lee (2001) Nick DeRose (2006) Wes Timmons (1999) Chris Baker (2006) Marko Little (2001) Joey Robinson (2005)

TOTAL BASES 1. 138 2. 137 3. 122 4. 121 5. 119 119 7. 117 8. 116 9. 113 10. 111

Chris Behne (2000) Kenny Osborne (1997) Andre Crawford (1986) Ed Dubiel (1986) Pete Camelo (1982) Ben Billingsley (2006) Brad Peisel (2005) Shane Sigmon (1997) Tony Welborn (1984) Tom Sams (1981)

BASE ON BALLS 1. 50 2. 46 3. 43 43 5. 42 42 7. 40 40 9. 39 10. 38

Lawrence Sluder (1985) Ron Hodges (1971) Steve Hollins (1989) Lawrence Sluder (1986) Ed Dubiel (1986) Pete Camelo (1982) Scott McDaniel (1995) Rich Livolsi 1994) Tim Puscian (1996) Chris Rodriguez (1995)

STRIKEOUTS 1. 57 2. 50 50 5. 49 49 7. 48 48 9. 46 46 46

Tim Johnson (2003) Randy DeBruhl (1993) Tim Johnson (2002) Luke Little (2000) Shane Owenby (1994) Robbie Huffstetler (2000) Ty Racette (2002) John Bonner (1994) Stephen Crater (1998) Travis Hunnicutt (2005)

STOLEN BASES 1. 34 2. 29 3. 24 24 5. 23 23 23 8. 22 9. 21 21

Mike Ramsey (1974) Will Shellman (1993) George Gaines (1981) Will Shellman (1994) Tom Doss (1969) Chris Plemmons (1978) Will Shellman (1992) John Key (1991) Butch Dziadul (1974) Joe Mengele (1981)

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9.

97 74 71 70 70 69 69 69 68 68 68 68

In 2005, Brad Peisel ranked among the school’’s alltime single-season leaders in hits and total bases.

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES 1. 35 2. 34 3. 33 4. 29 29 6. 27 7. 26 8. 25 25 10. 23

Josh Fish (2006) Josh Fish (2005) Stephen Fisher (1997) Matt Wood (2001) Matt Wood (2002) Matt Wood (2000) Ryan Kelly (1999) Chris Dovel (1988) Zach Quate (2006) Ryan Kelly (2000)

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 9 2. 8 8 4. 7 7 6. 6 6 6 6 6

Jim Blankenship (1974) Steve Anspaugh (1973) Kirk Bailey (1982) Chick Cromer (1969) Jon Dolecki (1969) Norm Vest (1996) David Farmer (1977) Steve Sacco (1980) Terry Wentzel (1979) Steve Anspaugh (1974)

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 96.1 2. 95.2 3. 95.2 4. 93.1 5. 93.0 6. 89.1 89.1 8. 88.2 9. 88.0 10. 86.1

Garrett Sherrill (2006) Tyson Blocker (2001) Rodney Lemonds (2000) Jim Blankenship (1974) Jonathan Reeder (2006) Warren Garrett (1971) Scott Clark (2004) Ben Hager (2001) Andy Cheek (1999) Kirk Bailey (1982)

LOWEST ERA (MIN. 50 IP) 1. 0.58 Jon Dolecki (1969) 2. 0.88 Steve Anspaugh (1973) 3. 1.07 Pete Hardee (1984) 4. 1.09 Chick Cromer (1969) 5. 1.25 Kirk Bailey (1982) 6. 1.33 Gary Laws (1969) 7. 1.74 Jim Blankenship, (1974) 8. 1.82 Chick Cromer (1968) 9. 1.83 Rocki Pitman (1971) 10. 1.88 Steve Sacco (1980) WINS 1. 2. 3. 5.

LOSSES 1. 2. 3. 5.

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In his two seasons at ASU, Josh Fish made the most and second-most single-season appearances in school history.

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Pete Hardee (1984) John Monczynski (1974) Chick Cromer (1969) Lenny Stratton (1986) Richard Bosley (1985) Kevin Simmons (1986) Rocki Pitman (1971) Kirk Bailey (1982) Pete Palmer (1989) Steve Anspaugh (1973) Kevin Simmons (1985

12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8

Ben Hager (2000) Nick Peterson (2003) Kyle Shiplette (2002) Jonathan Reeder (2005) Andy Cheek (1999) Jason Howell (1999) Brian Chapman (2002) Nick Peterson (2004) Scott Clark (2005) Scott Clark (2004) Taylor Craig (2005)

Pete Hardy’s 12 wins in 1984 are still the most in a single season in school history.

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SAVES 1. 3. 6. 7. 10.

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Matt Wood (2001) Matt Wood (2002) Dan Norman (1989) Stephen Fisher (1997) Reggie Black (1981) Kevin Simmons (1984) David Gonsiorowski (1992) Steve Sacco (1979) John McAulay (1991) Hank Ringley (1981) Keith Morris (1976) Avery Wagoner (1990) Russ Warfield (1984) Richard Bosley (1985) Norm Vest (1996) Rod Hajdasz (1985) Mark Scholtz (1994) Dan Norman (1988) Josh Fish (2006)

STRIKEOUTS 1. 90 2. 79 3. 78 78 5. 76 76 7. 75 8. 74 74 10. 73

Lenny Stratton 1986) Kirk Bailey (1981) Chick Cromer (1969) Richard Bosley (1985) Kevin Simmons (1985) Scott Clark (2004) Pete Hardee (1984) Kirk Bailey (1982) Rick Tuttle (1988) Gary Laws (1969)

BASE ON BALLS 1. 71 2. 58 3. 57 57 5. 55 55 55 8. 54 54 10. 51

Brian Chapman (2002) Nick Peterson (2003) Todd Welborn (1985) Gary Armstrong (1995) Kevin Simmons (1985) Norm Vest (1997) Nick Peterson (2004) Andy Cheek (1999) Jason Rook (2006) Kevin Simmons (1986)

Matt Wood’s eight saves in 2001 and ‘02 are tied for the ASU single-season record.

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL CAREER OFFENSIVE RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 200 AB) 1. .404 Randy Ingle (1977-79) 2. .398 Ryan Healey (1987-88) 3. .390 Robbie Peele (1981-83) 4. .380 Mike Ramsey (1973-74) 5. .377 Ed Dubiel (1986-87) 6. .376 Tom Sams (1980-83) 7. .375 Bob Billings (1968-70) 8. .370 Randy Ingram (1975-78) 9. .366 Scott Waugh (1988-91) 10. .365 Chris Plemmons (1976-78) GAMES PLAYED 1. 186 2. 181 3. 179 4. 178 178 6. 174 7. 173 173 173 10. 169

Chris Behne (1997-2000) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Will Shellman (1991-94) Tom Sams (1980-83) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Ron Vincent (1980-83) Tommy Green (1984-88) Kenny Osborne (1993-94, 96-97) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Keith Nail (1985-88)

AT BATS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chris Behne (1997-2000) Will Shellman (1991-94) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Tommy Green (1984-88) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001) Graham Thompson (2000-03) Tom Sams (1980-83) Joe Mengele (1981-84)

712 678 666 633 623 616 592 581 567 548

RUNS SCORED 1. 162 2. 143 3. 142 4. 138 5. 136 136 7. 135 8. 133 9. 131 10. 129

Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Tom Sams (1980-83) Andre Crawford (1985-87) Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) Gary Chandler (1986-89) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Will Shellman (1991-94) Tommy Green (1984-88)

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. DOUBLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

239 229 228 213 210 209 183 181 181 171

Chris Behne (1997-2000) Tommy Green (1984-88) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Tom Sams (1980-83) Will Shellman (1991-94) Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Randy Ingram (1975-78) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001)

53 50 48 47 43 43 41 39 38 37 37

Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Tommy Green (1984-88) Luke Little (1998-2001) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Tom Sams (1980-83) Scott McDaniel (1991-95) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001) Mike Lee (1998-2001) Shane Owenby (1993-96) Brad Long (1984-87) Graham Thompson (2000-03)

TRIPLES 1. 2.

12 11 11 10 10 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Joey Moffitt (1977-80) Randy Ingle (1977-79) Shane Sigmon (1997-99) Randy Ingram (1975-78) Tom Sams (1980-83) Rusty Stroupe (1983-86) Robbie Peele (1981-83) Chris Behne (1997-00) Garrett Hinshaw (1987-90) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Ronny Vincent (1980-83) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Kim Arey (1980-83) Will Shellman (1991-94) Kenny Osborne (1993-94, 96-97) Cliff Powers (1969-71)

HOME RUNS 1. 33 2. 32 3. 31 4. 28 27 27 7. 26 26 9. 25 10. 24

Andre Crawford (1985-87) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Ron Brower (1976-78) Johnny McCraw (1989-93) Brad Long (1984-87) Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) Marc Hodges (1982-85) Garrett Hinshaw (1987-90) Kenny Osborne (1993-94, 96-97) Tommy Green (1984-88)

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 160 2. 153 3. 144 4. 138 5. 135 6. 131 7. 126 8. 118 9. 117 10. 116

Tom Sams (1980-83) Tommy Green (1984-88) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Ron Brower (1976-78) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Randy Ingram (1975-78) Brad Long (1984-87) Johnny McCraw (1989-91, 93) Andre Crawford (1985-87) Kim Arey (1980-83)

4. 6. 7. 9.

SLUGGING PCT. (MIN. 200 AB) 1. .690 Tony Welborn (1983-86) 2. .680 Ed Dubiel (1986-87) 3. .653 Andre Crawford (1985-87) 4. .632 Randy Ingle (1977-79) 5. .624 Ron Brower (1976-78) 6. .614 Rodney Ewing (1968-69) 7. .599 Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) 8. .595 Randy Ingram (1976-78) 9. .593 Tom Sams (1980-83) 10. .592 Bob Billings (1968-70)

Randy Ingle still holds the highest career batting average in school history, .404 from 1977-79.

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TOTAL BASES 1. 377 2. 362 3. 336 4. 316 5. 314 6. 295 7. 290 8. 282 9. 281 10. 279 279

Tommy Green (1984-88) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Tom Sams (1980-83) Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Andre Crawford (1985-87) Brad Long (1984-87) Kenny Osborne (1993-94, 96-97) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Johnny McCraw (1989-91, 93) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001)

BASE ON BALLS 1. 123 2. 111 3. 95 4. 86 5. 84 6. 77 7. 76 8. 75 9. 74 74

Lawrence Sluder (1985-87) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Scott McDaniel (1991-95) Joey Moffitt (1977-80) Tony Welborn (1983-86) Chris Plemmons (1976-78) John Anderson (1996-99) Kenny Osborne (1993-94, 96-97) Wes Timmons (1999-2001)

STRIKEOUTS 1. 132 132 3. 122 4. 121 5. 119 6. 114 7. 113 8. 109 109 10. 107 107

Shane Owenby (1993-96) Joey Robinson (2003-06) Luke Little (1998-2001) Randy DeBruhl (1991-93) Garrett Hinshaw (1987-90) Chris Behne (1997-2000) Robbie Huffstetler (1999-2001) John Bonner (1992-94) Brad Peisel (2002-05) Tim Johnson (2000-03) Scott McDaniel (1991-95)

STOLEN BASES 1. 85 2. 64 3. 57 4. 45 5. 44 6. 42 7. 40 40 9. 32 10. 31

Will Shellman (1991-94) Mike Ramsey (1973-75) Chris Plemmons (1976-78) Tom Doss (1967-70) Joe Mengele (1981-84) Scott McDaniel (1991-95) John Key (1988-91) Scott Waugh (1988-91) Wes Timmons (1999-2001) Kenny Story (1982-83)

Chris Behne (1997-2000) is Appalachian’s all-time leader in hits, at-bats and games played.

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL CAREER PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES 1. 93 2. 69 69 4. 68 68 6. 65 7. 63 8. 59 59 59

Matt Wood (1999-2001) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Josh Fish (2005-06) Ryan Kelly (1998-2000) Taylor Craig (2002-05) Jonathan Reeder (2003-Pres.) Monty Fast (2001-04) Steve Bronack (1991-94) Scott Musgrave (1993-96) Scott Clark (2003-06)

GAMES STARTED 1. 43 2. 42 3. 38 38 5. 33 6. 32 32 32 32 10. 31 31

Scott Clark (2003-06) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Rodney Lemonds (1997-01) Gary Armstrong (1993-96) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Scott Musgrave (1993-96) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Jason Howell (1998-2000) Gary Davis (1991-94) Jonathan Reeder (2003-pres.)

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 14 2. 13 13 4. 12 5. 11 11 11 11 9. 10 10

Steve Anspaugh (1973-74) Jim Blankenship (1971-74) David Farmer (1976-78, 80) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Jon Dolecki (1967-70) Terry Wentzel (1976-79) Kirk Bailey (1981-82) Richard Bosley (1982-85) Chick Cromer (1968-69) Steve Sacco (1978-80)

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 249.0 2. 248.1 3. 239.1 4. 227.2 5. 211.1 6. 203.2 7. 198.0 8. 193.2 9. 192.2 10. 190.0

Scott Clark (2003-06) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Jonathan Reeder (2003-pres.) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Scott Musgrave (1993-96) Gary Davis (1991-94) Jason Howell (1998-2000)

LOWEST ERA (MIN. 100 IP) 1. 1.44 Chick Cromer (1968-69) 2. 1.82 Steve Anspaugh (1973-74) 3. 1.86 Jim Blankenship (1971-74) 1.86 Pete Hardee (1982-84) 5. 2.07 Gary Laws (1969-70) 6. 2.11 Warren Garrett (1969-71) 7. 2.29 Jon Dolecki (1967-70) 8. 2.47 Kirk Bailey (1981-82) 9. 2.60 Mike Ellis (1974-77) 10. 2.84 Ed Curlee (1967-68) WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

LOSSES 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 10.

Scott Clark (2003-06) is Appalachian’s all-time leader in appearances, starts and innings pitched.

25 22 21 20 18 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14

Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Pete Hardee (1982-84) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Richard Bosley (1982-85) Jason Crews (1994-96) John Monczynski (1973-76) David Farmer (1976-78) Kent Alexander (1982-84) Jon Dolecki (1967-70) Jim Blankenship (1971-74) Kirk Bailey (1981-82) Chick Cromer (1968-69)

27 24 20 20 20 18 17 17 17 16

Scott Clark (2003-06) Jonathan Reeder (2003-pres.) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) Nick Peterson (2003-04) Taylor Craig (2002-05) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Jason Howell (1998-2000) Gary Armstrong (1993-96) Gary Davis (1991-94) Scott Musgrave (1993-96)

Rodney Lemmons (1997-2001) is also among ASU’s alltime leaders in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts.

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SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9.

18 10 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Matt Wood (1999-2001) Dan Norman (1986-89) Steve Sacco (1978-80) Reggie Black (1980-81) Kevin Simmons (1983-86) David Gonsiorowski (1992-93) Stephen Fisher (1995-97) Richard Bosley (1982-85) Josh Fish (2005-06) Rick Tuttle (1986-88) John McAulay (1991-92) Terry Wentzel (1976-79) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Avery Wagoner (1989-91) Taylor Craig (2002-05) Jonathan Reeder (2003-pres.)

STRIKEOUTS 1. 222 2. 213 3. 189 4. 169 5. 167 6. 164 7. 154 8. 153 9. 144 10. 143

Kevin Simmons (1983-86) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Scott Clark (2003-06) John Monczynski (1973-76) Richard Bosley (1982-85) Russ Warfield (1981-84) Pete Hardee (1982-84) Kirk Bailey (1981-82) Jonathan Reeder (2003-pres.) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001)

BASE ON BALLS 1. 166 2. 145 3. 137 4. 130 5. 123 6. 122 7. 114 8. 113 9. 105 10. 104

Kevin Simmons (1984-86) Scott Clark (2003-06) Gary Armstrong (1993-96) Taylor Craig (2002-05) Andy Cheek (1997-99) Rodney Lemonds (1997-2001) Lenny Stratton (1985-87) Nick Peterson (2003-04) Scott Musgrave (1993-96) John Monczynski (1973-76)

Kevin Simmons compiled the most wins and strikeouts in school history from 1984-86.

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS (SINCE 1974) OFFENSIVE BATTING AVERAGE 1. .353 .......................................... 1978 2. .350 .......................................... 1981 3. .339 .......................................... 1988 4. .335 .......................................... 1986 5. .328 .......................................... 1985 6. .323 .......................................... 1983 7. .317 .......................................... 1977 8. .316 .......................................... 1984 9. .314 .......................................... 1996 10. .309 .......................................... 1989 RUNS SCORED 1. 478 ........................................... 1986 2. 402 .......................................... 1985 3. 388 .......................................... 1981 4. 367 .......................................... 1999 5. 355 .......................................... 2006 6. 348 .......................................... 1988 7. 346 .......................................... 1989 8. 334 .......................................... 1996 9. 321 .......................................... 1984 10. 320 ........................................... 2001 HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. DOUBLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. TRIPLES 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

582 ........................................... 1986 571 ........................................... 2006 551 ........................................... 2001 542 ........................................... 1999 538 ........................................... 1981 526 ........................................... 2000 507 .......................................... 1988 494 ........................................... 1985 491 ........................................... 1997 488 ........................................... 2005 136 ........................................... 2006 130 ........................................... 2001 119 ........................................... 1999 114 ........................................... 2002 103 ........................................... 2004 102 ........................................... 1986 102 ........................................... 1981 102 ........................................... 2003 98............................................. 1988 94............................................. 2000

HOME RUNS 1. 90............................................. 1986 2. 82............................................. 1985 3. 59............................................. 1997 4. 52............................................. 1989 5. 50............................................. 1999 6. 49............................................. 1998 7. 45............................................. 2006 8. 43............................................. 1987 9. 41............................................. 1978 10. 39............................................. 1990 39............................................. 1988 39............................................. 1982 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. .584 .......................................... 1978 2. .565 .......................................... 1985 3. .558 .......................................... 1986 4. .523 .......................................... 1981 5. .502 .......................................... 1988 6. .501 .......................................... 1989 7. .492 .......................................... 1998 8. .485 .......................................... 1977 9. .475 .......................................... 1987 10. .474 .......................................... 1984 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. .447 .......................................... 1978 2. .436 .......................................... 1981 3. .423 .......................................... 1986 4. .417 .......................................... 1970 5. .414 .......................................... 1985 6. .414 .......................................... 1982 7. .413 .......................................... 1977 8. .408 .......................................... 1989 9. .408 .......................................... 1996 .408 .......................................... 1988 STOLEN BASES 1. 137 ........................................... 1974 2. 93............................................. 1981 3. 84............................................. 1976 4. 75............................................. 1993 5. 68............................................. 1992 68............................................. 1999 7. 64............................................. 1979 8. 59............................................. 1977 59............................................. 2000 10. 55............................................. 1980

PITCHING EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. 2.75 .......................................... 1982 2. 2.78 .......................................... 1984 3. 3.02 .......................................... 1967 4. 3.12 .......................................... 1974 5. 3.25 .......................................... 1980 6. 3.55 .......................................... 1976 7. 3.65 .......................................... 1981 8. 4.13 .......................................... 1985 9. 4.17 .......................................... 1978 10. 4.19 .......................................... 1977 OPPONENTS’ BATTING AVERAGE 1. .210 .......................................... 1982 2. .241 .......................................... 1977 3. .242 .......................................... 1976 4. .245 .......................................... 1980 5. .245 .......................................... 1981 STRIKEOUTS 1. 336 ........................................... 1985 2. 335 ........................................... 2006 3. 318 ........................................... 2000 4. 315 ........................................... 2001 5. 311 ........................................... 1986 6. 309 ........................................... 1996 7. 306 ........................................... 1997 306 ........................................... 2005 9. 298 ........................................... 2004 10. 293 ........................................... 1981 SAVES 1. 2. 4. 7. 8. 10.

19............................................. 1981 11............................................. 1985 11............................................. 1984 10............................................. 2006 10............................................. 2002 10............................................. 2001 9 .............................................. 1989 8 .............................................. 1991 8 .............................................. 1982 7 .............................................. 2003 7 .............................................. 1987 7 .............................................. 1979 7 .............................................. 1977 7 .............................................. 1976

FIELDING FIELDING PERCENTAGE 1. .967 .......................................... 2006 2. .961 .......................................... 1989 3. .959 .......................................... 1993 4. .958 .......................................... 2001 5. .957 .......................................... 1984 6. .956 .......................................... 1994 7. .956 .......................................... 2000 8. .954 .......................................... 1985 9. .954 .......................................... 1987 10. .953 .......................................... 1990

29............................................. 1981 23............................................. 1979 23............................................. 1976 19............................................. 1978 18............................................. 1983 17............................................. 1977 16............................................. 1969 16............................................. 2002 15............................................. 1997 15............................................. 1995 15............................................. 1982

Led by 18 from Kevin Butler, the 2006 Mountaineers set a school record with 136 doubles.

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2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL HONORS AND AWARDS ALL-AMERICA 1968 Rodney Ewing 1969 Bob Billings Rodney Ewing Chick Cromer Jon Dolecki 1970 Bob Billings Ron Hodges Warren Garrett 1971 Ron Hodges 1975 Mike Ramsey 1979 Randy Ingle 1982 Kirk Bailey 1984 Pete Hardee 1988 Darron Healey ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1984 Jamie Harris ALL-REGION 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1986 1988 1989

Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh Mike Ramsey Butch Dziadul Mike Ramsey Randy Ingram Ron Brower Chris Plemmons Randy Ingram Chris Plemmons Joey Moffitt Randy Ingram Ron Brower Randy Ingle Joey Moffitt Mike Hobbs Tom Sams Robbie Peele Kirk Bailey Robin Peele Pete Hardee Tony Welborn Lenny Stratton Darron Healey Garrett Hinshaw

ALL-SOCON 1973

1974 1975 1976

1977

1978

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

1985

ALL-NCAA TOURNAMENT 1973 Mike Ramsey 1984 Pete Hardee

1986

Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh Butch Dzaidul Robbie Williams Mike Ramsey Steve Anspaugh Butch Dzaidul Mike Ramsey Randy Ingram Randy Ingram Chris Plemmons Malcom McLean Mike Ellis Randy Ingram Chris Plemmons Ron Brower Randy Ingle Randy Ingram Ron Brewer Joey Moffitt Chris Plemmons Randy Ingle Robin Cline Mike Poteat Jim Armstrong Randy Ingle Mike Hobbs Joey Moffitt Mike Hobbs Tom Sams Robin Peele John Barlowe Kirk Bailey Pete Camelo Robbie Peele Tony Welborn Jamie Harris Pete Hardee Kent Alexander Marc Hodges Brad Long Kevin Simmons Marc Hodges Richard Bosley Brad Long Lawerence Sluder Tony Welborn Lee James

1987

1988

1989

1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001

Lenny Stratton Kevin Simmons Brad Long Andre Crawford Ed Bubiel Brad Long Ed Bubiel Lenny Stratton Lawerence Sluder Tommy Green Andre Crawford Darron Healey Keith Nail Tommy Green Rick Tuttle Stacey Schneider Pete Palmer Steve Hollins Gary Chandler Garrett Hinshaw Scott Waugh Brad Neithammer Jonny McCraw Scott Waugh Doug Jones Scott Waugh Jonny McCraw Randy DeBruhl Will Shellman Doug Young Shane Owenby Brent Payton Scott Garrett Scott Musgrave Chris Rodriquez Kenny Osbourne Stephen Crater Mike Berrier Chris Behne Wes Timmons Wes Timmons

ALL-NAIA WORLD SERIES 1969 Bob Billings 1971 Ron Hodges

IN Don Cardwell (1957)

John Pyecha (1954)

Ron Hodges (1973)

Mike Ramsey (1978)

Jim O’Bradovich (1978)

Above: Appalachian baseball retired Coach Jim Morris’ No. 41 on Oct. 11, 1998. He was honored (second from right) on April 19, 2005 with the six former studentathletes whose numbers have also been retired at ASU.

Right: Former All-American Randy Ingle (left) was inducted into the ASU athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 17, 2005.

Coaker Tripplett (1938)

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SOCON PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1974 Mike Ramsey 1979 Randy Ingle 1984 Tony Welborn 1986 Lenny Stratton 1989 Scott Waugh SOCON PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1989 Pete Palmer SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 1973 Frank Lovrich 1984 Jim Morris SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1988 Scott Waugh 1989 Jonny Mcgraw 1993 Kenny Osborne SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP 1973, 1984 SOCON NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 SOCON TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP 1984 ALL-SOCON TOURNAMENT 1984 Rusty Weaver 1990 Brad Neithammer Doug Jones 1991 Scott Waugh John Key 2000 Chris Behne SOCON TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1984 Rusty Weaver

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL 2007 OPPONENTS THE CITADEL APRIL 13 - 15 • BOONE, N.C. Location . .............................................Charleston, S.C. Nickname ........................................... Bulldogs, Cadets Colors ........................................Citadel Blue and White Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ....... Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park (6,000) Head Coach ............................................... Fred Jordan Asst. Coaches .... David Beckley, Stuart Lake, Randy Carlson 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)......34-27/15-12 (4th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 19/11 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................5/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................4/1 Baseball SID ............................................ Melanie Long SID Phone............................................. (843) 953-5120 SID Email ............................. [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (843) 965-4151

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

DAYTON

FLORIDA STATE

MARCH 3-4 • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.

FEBRUARY 23-25 • TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

Location . ................................................ Dayton, Ohio Nickname ......................................................... Flyers Colors ..................................................... Red and Blue Conference ................................................. Atlantic 10 Stadium (Capacity) .. Time Warner Cable Stadium (2,000) Head Coach ............................................. Tony Vittorio Asst. Coaches .........Todd Linklater, Cory Allen, Terry Ball 2006 Record/Conference (Finish).....33-24-0/18-9 (3rd) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................21/7 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................4/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/2 Baseball SID .............................................. Bill Thomas SID Phone............................................. (937) 229-4419 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (937) 229-2255

Location . ..............................................Tallhassee, Fla. Nickname ....................................................Seminoles Colors ................................................. Garnet and Gold Conference ............................................. Atlantic Coast Stadium (Capacity) ....................... Dick Howser (6,700) Head Coach ...............................................Mike Martin Asst. Coaches ..Jamey Shouppe, Mike Martin, Jr., Pete Jenkins 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)... 44-21/16-13 (t-6th) 2006 Postseason . ..................................NCAA Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 16/12 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................7/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/5 Baseball SID .......................................... Jason Leturmy SID Phone............................................. (850) 644-5656 SID Email ......................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (850) 644-1553

EAST TENNESSEE STATE

APRIL 6-8 • CHARLESTON, S.C.

MARCH 7, 27 • JOHNSON CITY, TENN. MARCH 20 • BOONE, N.C.

Location . .............................................Charleston, S.C. Nickname .......................................................Cougars Colors .............................................. Maroon and White Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ..................... Patriots Point (2,000) Head Coach ..........................................John Pawlowski Asst. Coaches .......................... Matt Heath, Chris Morris 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)....... 46-17/20-7 (2nd) 2006 Postseason . .........................NCAA Super Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 19/12 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................4/1 Baseball SID ...............................................Tony Ciuffo SID Phone............................................. (843) 953-5465 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ...........................(843) 953-9141/3142

Location . .......................................Johnson City, Tenn. Nickname .................................................. Buccaneers Colors .......................................Navy Blue and Old Gold Conference ............................................... Atlantic Sun Stadium (Capacity) ......................Cardinal Park (2,000) Head Coach .................................................Tony Skole Asst. Coaches .............Clay Greene, Maynard McClarrinon 2006 Record/Conference (Finish).....31-27/ 14-16 (6th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................19/6 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................9/3 Baseball SID ............................................ John Roberts SID Phone............................................. (423) 439-5263 SID Email ........................................ [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (423) 461-4865

COPPIN STATE

ELON

FURMAN MARCH 30-APRIL 1 • GREENVILLE, S.C. Location . ..............................................Greenville, S.C. Nickname ...................................................... Paladins Colors ............................................... Purple and White Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ................. Furman Stadium (2,000) Head Coach ................................................. Ron Smith Asst. Coaches ........................... Brent Shade, Tim Bright 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)....32-23/16-11 (t-3rd) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 17/12 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................3/1 Baseball SID ..............................................Hunter Reid SID Phone............................................. (864) 294-2061 SID Email .............................. [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (864) 294-3066

GARDNER-WEBB

MARCH 16-18 • BOONE, N.C.

FEBRUARY 13 • BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. APRIL 10 • BOONE, N.C.

Location . .............................................. Baltimore, Md. Nickname ......................................................... Eagles Colors ........................................... Royal Blue and Gold Conference ....................................Mid-Eastern Athletic Stadium (Capacity) ........................ Joe Cannon (1,500) Head Coach ................................................ Harvey Lee Asst. Coaches ....................................................... TBA 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ....... 13-41/7-8 (3rd) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................1/17 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ N/A Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................... N/A Baseball SID ............................................ John Kneisly SID Phone............................................. (410) 951-3744 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (410) 458-3668

Location . ..................................................... Elon, N.C. Nickname ...................................................... Phoenix Colors ................................................ Maroon and Gold Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) .......................Latham Park (2,000) Head Coach ............................................Mike Kennedy Asst. Coaches .... Greg Starbuck, Robbie Huffstetler, Jason Simmons 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)........ 45-18/21-6 (1st) 2006 Postseason . ..................................NCAA Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 17/12 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................8/7 Baseball SID ................................................ Chris Rash SID Phone.............................................. (336) 2786712 SID Email ............................................ [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (336) 278-6788

Location . ...................................... Boiling Springs, N.C. Nickname .......................................... Runnin’ Bulldogs Colors ..................................... Scarlet, Black and White Conference ............................................... Atlantic Sun Stadium (Capacity) ....................... Varsity Field (1,000) Head Coach ............................................ Rusty Stroupe Asst. Coaches ..... Kent Cox, Morgan Frazier, Ryan Quirello 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)... 24-31/12-18 (t-8th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................. N/A Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ N/A Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................... N/A Baseball SID ................................................ Marc Rabb SID Phone............................................. (704) 406-4355 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (704) 974-3662

DAVIDSON

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

MAY 8-9 • DAVIDSON, N.C.

MARCH 10-11 • BOONE, N.C.

APRIL 20-22 • BOONE, N.C.

Location . ................................................ Davison, N.C. Nickname ...................................................... Wildcats Colors ....................................................Red and Black Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) .......................... Wilson Field (700) Head Coach ................................................ Dick Cooke Asst. Coaches ...................... Mike Zandler, Jeff Arzonico 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)....... 18-33/6-21 (9th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 15/10 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................8/3 Baseball SID ..............................................Rick Bender SID Phone............................................. (704) 894-2123 SID Email ................................. [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (704) 894-2740

Location . ................................................ Teaneck, N.J. Nickname .......................................................Knights Colors .............................................Burgundy and Blue Conference ................................................... Northeast Stadium (Capacity) ........................... FDU Field (1,000) Head Coach ........................................... Jerry DeFabbia Asst. Coaches ............................. Chris Bagley, Dan Gray 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)....... 10-43/6-18 (8th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................18/9 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................8/4 Baseball SID ............................................... Wes Heinel SID Phone............................................. (201) 692-2204 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................................... N/A

Location . ............................................. Statesboro, Ga. Nickname ......................................................... Eagles Colors .................................................. Blue and White Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ..........J.I. Clements Stadium (3,000) Head Coach ......................................... Rodney Hennon Asst. Coaches ...Mike Tidick, Brett Lewis, Sammy Esposito 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)....31-27/16-11 (t-3rd) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................19/5 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................7/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/3 Baseball SID .......................................Patrick Osterman SID Phone............................................. (912) 681-0352 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (912) 681-2508

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RADFORD

WOFFORD

MAY 11 • FARMVILLE, VA.

APRIL 17 • RADFORD, VA. MAY 15 • BOONE, N.C.

Location . ................................................Farmville, Va. Nickname ....................................................... Lancers Colors .................................................. Blue and White Conference ............................................... Independent Stadium (Capacity) ..................... Lancer Stadium (500) Head Coach ........................................... Buddy Bolding Asst. Coaches ..................... Rick Blanc, Spencer Schmitz 2006 Record/Conference (Finish)........................23-27 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................16/6 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................7/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................8/1 Baseball SID .............................................. Greg Prouty SID Phone............................................. (434) 390-0571 SID Email ............................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (434) 395-2710

Location . ..................................................Radford, Va. Nickname .................................................Highlanders Colors ................................................... Red and White Conference ...................................................Big South Stadium (Capacity) ....................... Dedmon Center Park Head Coach ...................................................Lew Kent Asst. Coaches ..................... Ryan Brittle, Chip Schaffner 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ....... 7-41/4-20 (9th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 14/10 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................2/7 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................5/2 Baseball SID ............................................. Drew DeHart SID Phone............................................. (540) 831-5211 SID Email ................................. [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (540) 831-6062

NORTH CAROLINA A&T FEBRUARY 28 • GREENSBORO, N.C. APRIL 18 • BOONE, N.C.

MARCH 24-25 • BOONE, N.C.

SOUTH CAROLINA MARCH 13-14 • COLUMBIA, S.C.

Location . ............................................Greensboro, N.C. Nickname ........................................................ Aggies Colors .................................................... Blue and Gold Conference ................................................ Mid-Eastern Stadium (Capacity) ...World War Memorial Stadium (3,000) Head Coach ...........................................Keith Shumate Asst. Coaches ........... Austin Love, Tim Wilson, Eric Estep 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ....22-36/6-12 (T6th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 16/10 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................8/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/4 Baseball SID ......................................... Brian Holloway SID Phone............................................. (336) 334-7141 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (336) 334-7405

Location . ...............................................Columbia, S.C. Nickname ...................................................Gamecocks Colors ................................................Garnet and Black Conference .........................Southeastern (East Division) Stadium (Capacity) .................. Sarge Frye Field (6,000) Head Coach ................................................ Ray Tanner Asst. Coaches ............ Mark Calvi, Jim Toman, Monte Lee 2006 Record/Conference (Finish).. 41-25/15-15 (4th-East) 2006 Postseason . .........................NCAA Super Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................... 23/12 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ......................................10/7 Baseball SID ...........................................Andrew Kitick SID Phone............................................. (803) 777-5257 SID Email ....................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ...........................(803) 777-6648/6691

UNC ASHEVILLE

WAKE FOREST

MARCH 21, APRIL 24 • BOONE, N.C. APRIL 4 • ASHEVILLE, N.C.

FEBRUARY 20 • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. APRIL 25 • BOONE, N.C.

Location . ...............................................Asheville, N.C. Nickname ......................................................Bulldogs Colors ......................................... Royal Blue and White Conference ...................................................Big South Stadium (Capacity) .................... Greenwood Field (500) Head Coach ............................................ Willie Stewart Asst. Coaches ................. Tim Perry, Matt Reid, Bob Fenn 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ............. 28-35 (6th) 2006 Postseason . ..................................NCAA Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................18/7 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................8/0 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/3 Baseball SID ............................................Everett Hutto SID Phone............................................ (828) 251-6931 SID Email ......................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ............(828) 215-6387/(828) 254-5615

Location . ...................................... Winston-Salem, N.C. Nickname ............................................Demon Deacons Colors ............................................. Old Gold and Black Conference ............................................. Atlantic Coast Stadium (Capacity) ................................Hooks (2,500) Head Coach .......................................... Rick Rembielak Asst. Coaches .. Jon Palmieri, Greg Bauer, Marshall Canosa 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) 33-22/16-13 (t-6th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................19/9 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ N/A Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................... N/A Baseball SID .......................................... Johnny Andris SID Phone............................................. (336) 758-5640 SID Email ......................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (336) 759-9711

UNC GREENSBORO

WESTERN CAROLINA

MAY 17-19 • GREENSBORO, N.C.

MAY 4-5 • CULLOWHEE, N.C.

Location . ............................................Greensboro, N.C. Nickname ......................................................Spartans Colors ......................................... Gold, White and Navy Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ........ UNCG Baseball Stadium (3,500) Head Coach .................................................Mike Gaski Asst. Coaches ............ Sammy Serrano, Shane Schumaker 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ............ 26-33/13-14 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................15/6 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................6/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................9/4 Baseball SID ............................................... Kendra Lee SID Phone............................................. (336) 334-5615 SID Email ........................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (336) 334-3885

Location . ............................................. Cullowhee, N.C. Nickname ................................................. Catamounts Colors ................................................. Purple and Gold Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ............................. Hennon (1,500) Head Coach ..............................................Todd Raleigh Asst. Coaches ....Eric Fillipek, Bradley LeCroy, Ryan McCurry 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ....33-27/14-13 (6th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................18/9 Starters Returning/Lost .......................................10/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/6 Baseball SID ...........................................Daniel Hooker SID Phone............................................. (828) 227-2336 SID Email [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (828) 227-7020

Location . .......................................... Spartanburg, S.C. Nickname ....................................................... Terriers Colors ............................................. Old Gold and Black Conference ....................................................Southern Stadium (Capacity) ............ Russell C. King Field (2,500) Head Coach ............................................. Steve Traylor Asst. Coaches .... Scott Brickman, Todd Interdonato, Jason Burke 2006 Record/Conference (Finish) ....20-37/5-22 (10th) 2006 Postseason . ................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............................19/7 Starters Returning/Lost .........................................7/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................7/3 Baseball SID .............................................. Steve Shutt SID Phone............................................. (864) 591-0981 SID Email ..................................... [email protected] Press Box Phone ................................... (864) 597-4478

2007 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MAY 22-27 RILEY PARK • CHARLESTON, S.C. TUESDAY, MAY 22 Game 1 (No. 8 vs. No. 9) — Noon Game 2 (No. 7 vs. No. 10) — 3:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 Game 3 (No. 4 vs. No. 5) — 10 a.m. Game 4 (No. 1 vs. Winner Gm. 1) — 1 p.m. Game 5 (No. 2 vs. Winner Gm. 2) — 4 p.m. Game 6 (No. 3 vs. No. 6) — 7:30 p.m.

THUIRSDAY, MAY 24 Game 7 (Loser Gm. 3 vs. Loser Gm. 4) — 10 a.m. Game 8 (Loser Gm. 5 vs. Loser Gm. 6) — 1 p.m. Game 9 (Winner Gm. 3 vs. Winner Gm. 4) — 4 p.m. Game 10 (Winner Gm. 5 vs. Winner Gm. 6) — 7:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, MAY 25 Game 11 (Winner Gm. 8 vs. Loser Gm. 9) — 10 a.m. Game 12 (Winner Gm. 7 vs. Loser Gm. 10) — 1 p.m. Game 13 (Winner Gm. 9 vs. Winner Gm. 10) — 4 p.m. Game 14 (Winner Gm. 11 vs. Winner Gm. 12) — 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, MAY 26 Game 15 (Winner Gm. 14 vs. Loser Gm. 13) — Noon Game 16 (Winner Gm. 13 vs. Winner Gm. 15) — 7 p.m.

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SUNDAY, MAY 27 — IF NECESSARY Game 17 (Winner Gm. 16 vs. Loser Gm 16) — 2 p.m.

2007 APPALACHIAN BASEBALL ALL-TIME SERIES VS. OPPONENTS Opponent Won Lost Tied Akron 0 1 0 Alabama 0 3 0 Albany 0 3 0 Allen 7 1 0 Army 2 0 0 Assumption 2 0 0 Auburn 0 4 0 Augusta 13 8 0 Barton 11 7 0 Belmont Abbey 3 4 0 Benedict 2 0 0 Berea 1 0 0 Berry 1 1 0 Binghampton 2 0 0 Bluefield 6 0 0 Bristol 2 0 0 Brown 2 2 0 Bryan 1 0 0 Buffalo 1 1 0 Campbell 4 6 1 Canisius 4 0 0 Carson-Newman 3 0 0 Catawba 18 25 0 College of Charleston 4 19 0 Charleston (W.Va.) 2 1 0 Charleston Southern 3 2 0 Charlotte 9 13 1 Chattanooga 14 1 0 The Citadel 21 63 0 Clemson 2 18 0 Coastal Carolina 0 1 0 Columbus 4 4 0 Connecticut 2 0 0 Coppin State 2 0 0 Davidson 44 33 1 Dayton —FIRST MEETINGS— Delaware State 1 0 0 Duke 1 4 0 East Carolina 5 23 0 East Tennessee State 69 47 1 Eastern Kentucky 0 2 0 Elon 9 32 0 Emory & Henry 8 0 0 Erskine 6 5 0 Fairleigh Dickinson —FIRST MEETINGS— Florida International 0 6 0 Florida State 0 13 0 Francis Marion 3 0 0 Furman 41 37 0 Gardner-Webb 14 11 0 George Mason 0 1 0 Georgia 1 3 0 Georgia Southern 7 43 0 Georgia State 2 4 0 Georgia Tech 1 16 0 Grand Canyon 0 1 0 Guilford 13 14 0 High Point 20 21 0 Hillsdale 2 0 0 Hofstra 1 0 0 Indiana (Pa.) 1 1 0 Jacksonville State 5 0 0 James Madison 0 1 0 Kennesaw 2 0 0 Kent State 2 1 0 Kentucky 1 2 0 King 9 0 0 Lee 1 0 0 Lenoir-Rhyne 33 18 0 Liberty 3 6 0 Lipscomb 0 1 0

First Meeting 1-11, 2004 3-4, 2006 3-5, 2005 6-2, 1969 11-8, 2006 10-8, 1987 1-10, 1981 10-12, 1968 4-2, 1957 1-13, 1967 6-0, 1971 8-1, 1981 1-4, 1977 4-3, 2002 12-0, 1980 1-0, 1991 6-1, 2004 19-6, 1971 12-6, 2006 6-14, 1980 10-7, 2006 6-5, 1973 14-18, 1955 4-7, 1993 4-3, 1970 7-0, 1979 6-3, 1980 3-1, 1970 6-3, 1972 0-5, 1973 5-12, 2002 7-1, 1971 9-6, 1985 7-6, 1987 6-0, 1973

Opponent Longwood Mars Hill Marshall Mercer-Atlanta Mercer Mercyhurst Methodist Miami (Fla.) Milligan Montreat-Anderson Morehead State Morris Brown New Orleans Newberry Niagara Norfolk State North Carolina UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Carolina A&T N.C. State Oglethorpe Ohio State Oklahoma State Old Dominion Pembroke State Pfeiffer Piedmont Presbyterian Radford Rhode Island Richmond St. Andrews St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Salem Shepherd Shorter Slippery Rock South Alabama South Carolina USC Aiken USC Spartanburg South Carolina State Southern Tech Stanford Stetson Stony Brook Tennessee Tennessee Tech Tusculum Virginia Commonwealth VMI Virginia Tech Voorhees Wagner Wake Forest Warren Wilson West Georgia West Liberty West Virginia West Virginia State Western Carolina William Carey William & Mary Wingate Winston-Salem State Winthrop Wis.-Stevens Point Wofford Wooster

14-5, 1987 2-3, 1974 2-9, 1956 7-8, 1955 9-10, 1984 5-14, 1956 8-2, 1969 4-2, 1967 3-7, 1987 3-8, 1993 2-1, 1974 0-1, 1969 17-9, 1977 2-15, 2005 2-9, 1975 1-7, 1967 1-9, 1979 13-19, 1978 4-9, 1969 16-14, 1956 2-4, 1956 7-6, 1981 2-0, 2003 5-7, 1971 10-5, 1970 8-23, 2001 6-4, 1984 7-5, 1986 3-8, 2001 5-0, 1981 14-0, 1978 0-7, 1955 2-3, 1985 13-14, 1971

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Won 1 19 41 12 0 4 4 0 30 2 1 1 0 7 1 1 3 27 11 1 34 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 5 7 8 2 5 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 5 3 2 3 0 0 0 2 9 4 0 66 11 4 2 9 2 2 1 1 2 48 0 7 1 2 5 0 28 1

Lost 1 0 26 2 3 0 0 1 21 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 18 19 25 3 5 6 1 2 1 4 1 10 0 1 5 0 6 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 7 4 2 0 1 1 3 1 10 5 0 1 30 21 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 75 1 4 1 0 17 1 19 0

Tied 0 0 0 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 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

First Meeting 4-15, 2005 9-0, 1969 8-3, 1977 12-8, 1955 1-3, 1975 5-4, 1983 2-1, 1978 6-13, 1973 7-2, 1969 4-1, 1993 8-4, 1994 22-0, 1978 0-1, 1984 0-1, 1963 7-6, 2006 10-9, 1998 1-4, 1974 4-3, 1985 11-2, 1991 1-0, 1971 10-3, 1983 1-5, 1973 3-11, 1968 6-7, 1995 2-23, 1986 3-15, 1997 8-13, 1967 4-2, 1961 9-0, 1983 15-1, 1966 17-7, 1985 10-9, 1985 —, 1972 9-0, 1967 7-4, 1986 9-6, 1969 6-2, 1991 7-3, 1971 7-6, 1982 2-1, 1973 0-10, 1972 3-1, 1976 3-14, 1986 12-0, 1991 0-6, 1979 1-11, 1986 0-16, 2004 3-10, 2004 4-8, 1977 8-7, 1996 16-0, 1969 8-9, 1997 0-3, 1971 2-3, 1974 2-0, 1969 22-3, 2002 1-15, 1970 10-4, 1989 4-3, 1975 5-0, 1969 6-0, 1995 2-1, 1975 4-9, 1955 4-8, 1969 —, 1972 5-6, 1985 12-1, 1970 3-10, 1990 1-5, 1991 9-7, 1968 13-7, 1969

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he Southern Conference, which is in its 86th season of intercollegiate competition in 2006-07, has become known as one of the nation’s leaders in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has excelled as the premier Division I FCS football conference since earning that classification in 1981. The conference currently consists of 11 members in four states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Throughout its history, the Southern Conference has been an innovator in college athletics. The Southern Conference was the first “super conference” with its charter membership including the likes of Alabama, Auburn, and North Carolina. The SoCon, as it has come to be known by headline writers throughout the country, is the league that gave birth to the three-point shot in college basketball and was the college home of such sporting greats as Arnold Palmer, Jerry West and Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. League athletes have been recognized countless times on Verizon/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica and district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes-Scholarship winners have been selected from the conference. The Southern Conference office is located in the Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon a first class meeting area as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 at a meeting in Atlanta, Ga. Fourteen institutions from the 30-member Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) reorganized as the Southern Conference. Those charter members included Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. Athletic competition began in the fall of 1921. In 1922, six more schools - Florida, Louisiana State, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt - joined the fold. A year later, the University of the South joined the ranks. Virginia Military Institute became a member in 1925 and Duke University came into the fold in 1929. Since then, conference membership has experienced a series of membership changes with 42 institutions having been affiliated with the league. The league has undergone two major transitions during its history. The first occurred in December 1932 when the Southeastern Conference was formed out of the 23-school Southern Conference. The league’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized to help reduce the extensive travel demands that were present in the league at the time. In 1936, the Southern Conference invited The Citadel, William & Mary, Davidson, Furman, Richmond and Wake Forest to join the membership. The second major shift happened in 1953 when Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest officially withdrew from the league to form the Atlantic Coast Conference. This change was brought about due to the desire of many of those schools to schedule a greater number of regular season basketball games against their local rivals. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans four Southeastern states. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. The most recent addition, Elon University, joined the Southern Conference on July 1, 2003. The Phoenix replaced Virginia Military Institute which left the conference on June 30, 2003. East Tennessee State, which joined the SoCon in 1978, left the conference following the conclusion of the 2004-05 academic year. In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949 before falling to Texas. Demon Deacon second baseman Charles Teague was named the CWS Most Valuable Player. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the CWS by current conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete-of-the-Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14year career in the major leagues. In 1960, he was named the National League MVP after he led the league in batting with a .325 average for the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. Among Southern Conference alums to grace Major League Baseball fields have been Atlee Hammaker (East Tennessee State), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). SoCon active MLB players include Angles third baseman Dallas McPherson (The CitaSoCon Commissioner del), and pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn John Iamarino (VMI) who both pitched with Oakland in 2005.

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2007 Southern Conference PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL Team Pts. (1st) 1. College of Charleston................................................ 69 (5) 2. Western Carolina...................................................... 62 (2) 3. Elon........................................................................ 61 (1) 4. Georgia Southern...................................................... 49 (1) 5. The Citadel.............................................................. 46 6. UNC Greensboro........................................................ 38 7. Furman................................................................... 33 8. Appalachian State................................................... 20 9. Davidson................................................................. 15 10. Wofford................................................................... 12 2006 Southern Conference FINAL STANDINGS Team W Elon 21 College of Charleston* 20 Furman 16 Georgia Southern 16 The Citadel 15 Western Carolina 14 UNC Greensboro 13 Appalachian State 9 Davidson 6 Wofford 5

SoCon L 6 7 11 11 12 13 14 18 21 22

Pct. .778 .741 .593 .593 .556 .519 .481 .333 .222 .185

W 45 46 32 31 34 33 26 24 18 20

Overall L 18 17 23 26 27 27 33 31 33 37

Pct. .714 .730 .582 .534 .557 .550 .441 .438^ .353 .351

* 2006 SoCon Tournament champion ^ includes one tie

2006 COACHES’ ALL-Southern Conference TEAMS FIRST TEAM P — Nick Chigges (College of Charleston) P — Everett Teaford (Georgia Southern) RP — Josh McLaughlin (College of Charleston) C — Tony Maccani (Furman) 1B — Greg Dowling (Georgia Southern) 2B — Ronnie Shore (Davidson) SS — A.J. Davidiuk (Furman) 3B — Jonathan Greene (Western Carolina) OF — Chris Swauger (The Citadel) OF — Chris Price (Elon) OF — Jermaine Mitchell (College of Charleston) Steven Straughsbaugh (Western Carolina) DH — Robert Rodebaugh (Elon) SECOND TEAM P — Danny Meszaros (College of Charleston) P — Matt Chastain (Elon) RP — Patrick Currin (UNC Greensboro) C — Blake Murphy (Western Carolina) 1B — Case Cassedy (Furman) 2B — Chris Campbell (College of Charleston) SS — Jay Heafner (Davidson) 3B — Jess Easterling (College of Charleston) OF — Phillip Coker (College of Charleston) OF — Grant Rembert (Elon) OF — Gregory Zage (Davidson) DH — Sonny Meade (The Citadel)



Player of the Year: A.J. Davidiuk (Furman) Pitcher of the Year: Nick Chigges (College of Charleston) Freshman of the Year: Steven Hensley (Elon) Coach of the Year: Mike Kennedy (Elon)

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EDUCATING NORTH CAROLINA’S CITIZENS AND LEADERS ...

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otivated by a desire to educate teachers for the mountains of Northwest North Carolina,

Blanford B. Dougherty and his broth-

er, Dauphin D. Dougherty, founded a small academy in 1899 that would later become Appalachian State University. For more than 100 years, Appalachian has served the citizens of Western Piedmont and Northwest North Carolina by fulfilling its mission of education, research, scholarship and service.

Chancellor Kenneth E. Peacock Provost and EXEC. Vice Chancellor Stan Aeschleman Board of Trustees George G. Beasley Chairman and CEO Beasley Broadcast Group Inc. Naples, Fla.

Appalachian continues to prepare teachers, but the

university has evolved into much more. A constituent institution of the University of North Carolina, Appalachian is a comprehensive university offering 91 undergraduate majors, 81 graduate majors and a doctorate in educational leadership. Appalachian enrolls more than 14,600 students, including 1,200 who take classes off campus.

UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Appalachian is an energetic university community

John Blackburn President and Gen. Manager Linville Resorts Linville, N.C. James D. Branch Opthamologist Winston-Salem, N.C. J. Edgar Broyhill Businessman Winston-Salem, N.C.

Jeannine Underdown Collins President Underdown and Associates Boone, N.C.

Reba S. Moretz Co-Owner Appalachian Ski Mountain Boone, NC

Thomas H. Cook Jr. Attorney Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP Raleigh, N.C.

Robert L. Turchin Sr. President RLT Investment Corp. Miami Beach, FL

John E. Cooper Jr. Owner Mast General Store Boone, NC James A. Deal Jr. Attorney Boone, NC Robert G. Fox Jr. President and Chief Credit Off. New Dominion Bank Charlotte, NC Hughlene B. Frank Community Volunteer Greensboro, NC

that prides itself in emphasizing “students first, and quality in all.”

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Forrest S. Gilliam President Student Government Association Constituency Representatives (Non-Voting): Damien M. Carper President Alumni Association Martha A. Marking Chairperson Faculty Senate Charlie R. Wallin President Staff Council President

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“For our school I have an ideal: It is an institution where friction is reduced to a minimum, and cooperation and congeniality are PLANTED and successfully cultivated … where health is preserved, economy taught, honor developed, and morality encouraged … We, and we alone, can make possible such a school.” – founder B.B. Dougherty, 1922

POINTS OF PRIDE • U.S. News & World Report’s 2006 America’s Best Colleges Guide placed Appalachian fifth among the South’s top public universities and 13th among public and private universities in the South. Appalachian has ranked in the top 15 among southern universities since the rankings first appeared in 1986. • Nine out of ten students on the Appalachian campus are full-time, undergraduate students and North Carolina residents. • The Reich College of Education provides the most teacher education graduates of all UNC campuses – 16 percent of beginning teachers are prepared by Appalachian. The college provides more than 10,000 hours of consultations and services annually to public schools and community human services agencies. • Appalachian is one of 140 colleges named a best southeastern college by The Princeton Review. The listing appears in the Best Colleges: Region by Region section of PrincetonReview.com and in print in The Princeton Review’s college guide, “The Best 357 Colleges.” The listings are based on student opinion data from 646 schools.

• The Institute of International Education recognized Appalachian as one of the nation’s top 15 comprehensive universities in the number of undergraduates taking part in international education programs. • Walker College of Business accounting students had the highest pass rate in the nation on a recent CPA exam compared to scores of students from other schools—48 percent passed all four parts of the exam on the first try. •The N.C. Small Wind Initiative – a program of Appalachian, the N.C. State Energy Office, TVA and U.S. Department of Energy – works to raise awareness of the benefits and feasibility of wind power in the southern Appalachian region. The program operates a research and development facility on Beech Mountain, and offers workshops, tours, classes and other activities related to home-scale wind turbines.

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• To assist non-traditional students, Appalachian offers off-campus programs through its partnership with 10 regional community colleges, called the Appalachian Learning Alliance, and through the Hickory Metropolitan Higher Education Center, a collaborative effort of Appalachian, Lenoir-Rhyne College and Catawba Valley Community College. • Appalachian is committed to cultural programming and is home to the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, which features exhibitions of new and historically important artwork, as well as many of the region’s finest artists. It is also a gathering place devoted to teaching and the exploration of the visual arts through its community art school, workshops, lectures, and strong connection to the university’s art department. • An Appalachian Summer Festival, the university’s annual summer arts celebration, has been named one of the top 20 events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society for more than a decade.

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CHANCELLOR DR. KENNETH E. PEACOCK

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS CHARLIE COBB

B.A. MARS HILL, 1970 M.S. LSU, 1977 PhD. LSU, 1979

B.A. NC STATE, 1990 M.S. OHIO, 1992

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member of the Appalachian State University community for over 23 years, Dr.

ear one at Appalachian State University was an unparalleled success for director of athletics Charlie Cobb. Among the many successes enjoyed by Appalachian athletics during the first 12 months of Cobb’s tenure were: • The University’s first NCAA Division I-AA football national championship — the first NCAA football title ever won by a team from the state of North Carolina. • Shattering regular-season attendance records at “The Rock” with an average of 23,169 fans piling into Kidd Brewer Stadium. during the regular season — 139.15 percent of the stadium’s seating capacity of 16,650. • Germann Cup Championship – given to the top overall women’s sports program in the Southern Conference. • Commissioner’s Cup Championship – given to the top overall men’s sports program in the Southern Conference. • 35 percent of the athletics department’s students making the Academic Honor Roll (minimum GPA of 3.25). • Four teams (men’s basketball, women’s cross country and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field) earning public recognition awards, based on being among the nation’s top 10 percent in their respective sports based on Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. • The Yosef Club, which provides scholarships for student athletes, reaching the $1 million threshold for the fiscal year — up over $400,000 from the previous year and marking the first time in the Yosef Club’s 34-year history that it reached the $1 million plateau. Additionally, Cobb has gotten the ball rolling on a $32 million athletics facilities enhancement plan. The plan includes renovations to Kidd Brewer Stadium, a 100,000-square foot athletics complex adjacent to KBS, an indoor practice facility and new stadiums for Appalachian’s baseball, softball and soccer programs. While Cobb is quick to point out the “total team effort” put forth to achieve the many successes that have been enjoyed since he began his tenure as ASU’s director of athletics on July 1, 2005, it is the experience, vision and work ethic of the 38-year-old Cobb steered the Mountaineers towards new heights. Prior to his arrival in Boone, Cobb was a member of the athletics department at North Carolina State University from 1998-2005. A four-year football letterwinner at NC State from 1987-90, Cobb served as the Wolfpack’s senior associate athletics director for external operations for the seven years prior to his arrival in Boone. In that role, he oversaw NC State’s marketing, ticket operations, media relations and student-athlete development operations, as well as serving on the department’s compact strategic planning initiative, gender equity and facilities committees. During his tenure, NC State increased football season-ticket sales by 87 percent and men’s basketball season-ticket sales by 121 percent. The combined ticket revenues accounted for an annual increase of over 86 percent for Wolfpack athletics, generating more than $6 million for the department. In addition, Cobb served as NC State’s administrator for baseball and women’s soccer, tournament manager for the 2004 NCAA men’s basketball first and second rounds at the RBC Center and the chair for the southeast region of the NCAA women’s soccer committee. Prior to returning to his alma mater in ‘98, Cobb spent five years in Atlanta, Ga., where he held positions with the Atlanta Sports Council, the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and the Georgia Dome. As an assistant executive director for the Atlanta Sports Council and the Peach Bowl, he helped coordinate Atlanta’s bid for the 2002 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and handled all game and event operations for the Peach Bowl. As sales manager for the Georgia Dome from 1994-97, Cobb helped procure events such as the Southeastern Conference football championship, the SEC and Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournaments, NCAA men’s basketball championship events, Georgia High School Association football playoffs, major concerts and other college and amateur sporting events. Cobb earned a B.A. in business administration from NC State in 1990. A second-team all-ACC honoree at center as a senior, Cobb was an academic all-ACC selection and collected the prestigious Jim Tatum Award, presented to the ACC football senior with the highest grade point average, and the Bob Warren Memorial Award, given to the Wolfpack football player that displays the highest integrity and sportsmanship. After receiving post-graduate scholarships from both the ACC and NFL Charities, Cobb earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1992. Cobb is married to the former Lindsay Brecher, who was an all-ACC goalkeeper for NCSU women’s soccer from 1988-90 and serves as a volunteer assistant coach for Appalachian’s women’s soccer program. They have an eight-year-old son, Harrison, and a fiveyear-old daughter, Branan.

Kenneth E. Peacock is in his third year as ASU’s sixth Chancellor in 2006-07. Dr. Peacock, who served as the University’s Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor

for Academic Affairs during the 2003-04 academic year and was the Dean of Appalachian’s Walker College of Business from 1992-2003, assumed the office of Chancellor on July 1, 2004.

During his 11-year tenure as Dean, Dr. Peacock introduced numerous initiatives that

enhanced the college’s academic and financial stature. Among his many accomplishments as dean were securing a financial commitment from prominent businesswoman and civic leader Thelma C. Raley to name the building that currently houses the Walker College of Business and endowing a lecture series in honor of former State Treasurer Harlan E. Boyles.

Dr. Peacock also developed an international program in partnership with Fudan Uni-

versity in Shanghai, China, to help students understand the challenges and opportunities of doing business in Asia. As the Walker College of Business Dean, he also established the Dean’s Council of Student Advisors and a Business Advisory Council, composed of 25 business leaders who meet once a semester to review programs and to anticipate the needs of the College.

He guided the college to reaffirmation of accreditation by the Association to Advance

College Schools of Business (AACSB International) in April, 1998. The AACSB’s Visitation Team awarded ASU’s Walker College of Business nine commendations of strengths and innovations during the reaffirmation.

Chancellor Peacock arrived at Appalachian in 1983 as a faculty member in the Walker

College of Business and began teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in accounting and taxation. He was promoted to Assistant Dean in 1987 and Associate Dean in 1989, before assuming the role of Dean in 1992.

Prior to his arrival in Boone, he was a faculty member at the University of Virginia,

from 1980-83, where he taught, primarily, taxation classes and served as faculty advisor for many student organizations. He also co-authored an Instructor’s Manual to accompany West’s Intermediate Accounting textbook and helped create an Investment and Tax Planning Seminar offered through UVA’s Division of Continuing Education.

Upon receiving a B.S. in accounting from Mars Hill College in 1970, Chancellor Pea-

cock worked for Price Waterhouse and Company in Winston-Salem and Charlotte, N.C., while teaching taxation classes on a part-time basis at Winston-Salem State University.

In 1975, Dr. Peacock moved to Baton Rouge, La., where he earned Master’s (1977) and

PhD. (1979) degrees in accounting from Louisiana State University. During his time at LSU, he helped develop a pair of training courses, funded and published by the Louisiana State Board of Regents for Higher Education, and taught throughout the state.

An active member of the academic and local communities, Chancellor Peacock serves

on the Boards of Directors of the Investment Advisory Committee for AACSB International, the Watauga Medical Center Foundation, and the Grandfather Home for Children. He is involved in numerous civic programs and activities. In 1995, Governor Jim Hunt appointed Peacock as one of just 25 North Carolinians to participate in the inaugural Leadership North Carolina program.

Chancellor Peacock is married to the former Rosanne Barkley of Winston-Salem, N.C.

They have two sons: Chris, 28, and Brian, 24.

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23 Florida State 5 p.m.

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13 South Carolina 7 p.m.

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ELON* 1 p.m. 25

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WOFFORD* 1 p.m.

SATURDAY (at W-S) 3 DAYTON Noon (DH) 10 F. DICKINSON Noon (DH)

16 ELON* 3 p.m.

17 ELON* 1 p.m.

23 WOFFORD* 3 p.m.

24 WOFFORD* 1 p.m.

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Furman* 7 p.m.

Furman* 4 p.m.

FRIDAY 6 C. of Charleston* 6 p.m.

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20 GA. SOUTHERN* 3 p.m.

21 GA. SOUTHERN* 1 p.m.

24 UNC ASHEVILLE 3 p.m.

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25 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

26 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

8 Davidson* 3 p.m.

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RADFORD 3 p.m.

20 UNC Greensboro* 1 p.m.

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22 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

23 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

24 SoCon Tourney Charleston, S.C.

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