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General Info Coaching Staff 2011 Golden Eagles 2010 Season Review Tradition of Excellence Players in the Pros 2011 Opponents University Section 59 The Inside Corner... 2011 Golden Eagle Baseball 1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks? 2. Knee-highs or long pants? 3. Socks or Stirrups? 4. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds? 5. The Natural or Field of Dreams? 6. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews? 7. Day games or night games? 8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew? 9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints? 10. Best MLB Stadium? Fenway Park ALEXANDER Ht: 5-11 Wt: 180 Bats: R Throws: R Freshman Civil Engineering Knoxville, Tenn. Golden Eagles 12 Justin Alexander RHP “Have faith in Christ because He will work things out, no matter how bad things are.”

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Knee-highs or long pants?3. Socks or Stirrups?4. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?5. The Natural or Field of Dreams?6. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?

    7. Day games or night games?8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Best MLB Stadium? Fenway Park

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    Justin Alexander RHP

    Have faith in Christ because He will work things

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    DavidALLENFreshman F OF F R/R F 5-11 F 175 F Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut HS)6

    In High School: Allen was a three-year letter winner and member of the 2008, 2009 and 2010 State Championship teams and second-team prep-extra at Farragut High School in Knoxville.

    Personal: Full name is David Michael Al-len, born December 28, 1991 in Knoxville to Mike and Tammy Allen, majoring in electrical engineering.

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    7. Around the Horn or PTI?8. Day games or night games?9. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?10. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?

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    Ht: 5-11 Wt: 175 Bats: R Throws: RFreshman Electrical Engineering Knoxville, Tenn.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Knee-highs or long pants?3. Socks or Stirrups?4. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?5. Yankees or RedSox?6. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?

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    GarrettBAUGHFreshman F RHP F R/R F 6-1 F 200 F Ooltewah, Tenn. (Ooltewah HS)11

    In High School: Hailing from Ooltewah, Tenn., Baugh batted .432 his senior year, chipping in with four home runs, 14 dou-bles and one triple. He scored 32 runs and batted in 28. On defense he was perfect on the mound with a 5-0 record in five appear-ances. He contributed 39 strikeouts and allowed only 12 hits, none of them resulting in an earned run. Baugh received honors on the TSWA 1st team All-State, 2009 & 2010 Best of Preps teams, 2008 super sophomore team and 2009 TBCA All-Region Team. His individual awards include the 2010 Best of Preps Player of the Year and 2006 Freshman MVP of his team.

    Personal: Full name is Garret Allen Baugh, born January 15, 1992 to Allen and Morgan Baugh in Chattanooga, Tenn.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Socks or Stirrups?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. Yankees or RedSox?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. Around the Horn or PTI?

    7. Day games or night games?8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Walk out song? All the Way Crunked Up10. Best MLB Stadium? Great American Ball Park

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    Garrett Baugh RHP

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    Albert DelGaiccoFreshman F IF/LHP F L/L F 6-1 F 220 F Limestone, Tenn. (Science Hill HS)44

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: Bo earned four varsity letters in baseball his freshman year as a first baseman and southpaw pitcher un-der coach Ryan Edwards. He also played three years of football at the linebacker, tight end and long snapper positions. He helped his team to conference and district titles during his junior and confer-ence, district, region and sub-state titles during his senior year. He was named all-conference during his senior year of base-ball and all-conference and all-tough guy following his senior year of football. DelGaicco also graduated valedictorian of his class.

    PERSONAL: The son of Sandra and Albert DelGaicco Sr., Bo was born on July 20, 1992 in Ocean Springs, MS. He plans to major in electrical engineering at Tech.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Socks or Stirrups?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. Knee highs or long pants?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. Day games or night games?

    7. Game day superstition? Dont step on the line!8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Why do you wear your number? Given to me

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    Repetition brings confidence and

    confidence brings success

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    ZachFlynnFreshman F OF F R/R F 5-11 F 170 F Sevierville, Tenn. (Sevier County HS)4

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: A power hitter from Sevierville, Tenn., Flynn batted .505 with 15 home runs and 78 RBIs during his senior season, earning honors as the IMAC District MVP when his high school team won the IMAC District Championship, and being named to the TBCA and TSWA All-State, All-District and All-Region teams.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Zach James Flynn, the son of Kevin and Ronee Flynn, born on September 1, 1992 in Knoxville, Tenn.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Knee-highs or long pants?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. The Natural or Field of Dreams?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. Socks or stirrups?

    7. Game day superstition? Eat an apple8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Best MLB Stadium? Fenway Park

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    Dont think, just play.

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    TreyMcCallaFreshman F OF F R/R F 6-1 F 180 F Ooltewah, Tenn. (Boyd-Buchanan HS)17

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: Trey earned four varsity letters under Jimmy Parket and Steve Rob-bins. He was named TVCA second team all-state, TSWA all-state, all-district twice, all-region, Best of Preps, participated in the TN-GA All-Star Game and was his teams MVP. He batted .429 during his senior season with 12 homers, 43 RBI, 32 runs scored and 11 stolen bases to help lead his team to the district regular season and post-season tournament titles. His team went on to become regional champions, sub-state champions and the runner-up in the state championship.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Sydney George McCalla III, born June 12, 1992 in Chattanoo-ga, TN. Son of Sydney and Elaine McCalla, plans to major in Electrical Engineering.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Knee-highs or long pants?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?5. American league or National League?6. Day games or night games?

    7. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?8. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?9. Best MLB Stadium? Tropicana Field10. Game day superstition? Drink orange juice

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    JakeMcWHIRTERFreshman F LHP F L/L F 6-3 F 195 F Goodlettsville, Tenn. (Goodpasture Christian)31

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: A versatile player out of Goodlettsville, Tenn., McWhirter filled roles as a pitcher, first baseman and outfielder for high school coach Richie Estep. Over the course of his high school career, he was named 1st team All-District, Disctrict MVP, 2nd team Mid-State, 2nd team All-State and 1st team All-State according to TBCA. He recorded 109 strikeouts with a 1.69 ERA during his senior season, notching 225 Ks in his high school career. His high school team held the district championship title from 2007-2010, claimed the regional champion-ship in 2007, 2008 and 2009, and the state championship in 2007 and 2008.

    Personal: Full name is Jacob Cole McWhirt-er, son of Steve and Janet McWhirter, born May 11, 1992 in Nashville, Tenn. Majoring in Civil Engineering.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Socks or Stirrups?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. The Natural or Field of Dreams?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. American League or National League?

    7. Day games or night games?8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Game day superstition? I transform into McSerious.

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    I no longer call you servants, because a

    servant does not know his masters business. Instead, I have called you friends, for ev-

    erything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.

    -- John 15:15

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    ZachSTEPHENSFreshman F 1B F R/R F 6-0 F 200 F Hixson, Tenn. (Soddy-Daisy HS)33

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: Stephens earned four let-ters from Soddy-Daisy High School, and was named all-state, Best of Preps, all-district and all-region after batting .450 with 63 RBI, 17 home runs and 13 doubles during his senior season, helping his team to the district title.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Zachary Lewis Ste-phens...born December 13, 1991 in Nashville, Tenn. Son of Dan and Beverly Stephens, will be majoring business.

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    1. Peanuts or Cracker Jacks?2. Knee-highs or Long pants?3. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?4. The Natural or Field of Dreams?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. Around the Horn or PTI?

    7. Day games or night games?8. Sunflower seeds or Big League Chew?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Best MLB Stadium? Turner Field

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    BrandonWRIGHTFreshman F RHP F R/R F 6-1 F 225 F Loudon, Tenn. (Loudon HS)28

    IN HIGH SCHOOL: Brandon earned three var-sity letters at Loudon HS as a right-handed pitcher and a first baseman. He went 5-2 pitching during his senior season, maintain-ing a 2.2 ERA. Offensively, he batted .420 with seven home runs.

    PERSONAL: The son of Kyle and Patty Wright, Brandon was born on October 16, 1991 in Dallas, TX. He plans to major in EXPW with the intention of pursuing a ca-reer as a principal and coach.

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    1. Socks or Stirrups?2. Hank Aaron or Barry Bonds?3. Knee-highs or long pants?4. The Natural or Field of Dreams?5. Michelle Beadle or Erin Andrews?6. Around the Horn or PTI?

    7. Day games or night games?8. American League or National League?9. Morning weights or afternoon sprints?10. Best MLB Stadium? Busch Stadium

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    when he tossed a three-hit, seven-inning shutout. In that game he struck out nine and was named OVC Pitcher of the Week for his performance. Over his last five games of the regular season, Henry was 5-0 with a 2.47 E.R.A. with each of those games coming against OVC foes. During that stretch of 32.2 innings, he al-lowed nine earned runs and struck out 36 batters. Henry is the second Tech pitcher to be named OVC Pitcher of the Year since the award was first handed out in 1992 (Mark Maberry in 1997 was the other). The baseball highway didnt end for Henry with the conclusion of his supremely successful 2010 season at Tech though. The senior out of Knox-ville, Tenn. has since signed with the Pensacola Pelicans of the American Association, one of the elite pro-ball leagues in the country. Now in his seventh season at Tennessee Tech, Bragga becomes just the second Tennessee Tech skipper to be named OVC Coach of the Year. He joins legendary coach David Mays who took home the honor five times during his career, with the last honor

    coming in 1997 (Mays will fittingly be inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame this June). The team also collectively earned the OVC Sportsmanship Award for the first time since the inception of the award in August of 2005. Voted on by the student-athletes and coaches of the respective sports, the team awards are bestowed upon the Conference squads deemed to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical behavior as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. Included in the areas for evaluation are the conduct of student-athletes, coaches, staff and administrators and fans. Juniors Chad Oberacker and AJ Kirby-Jones also combined for nine All-America teams for Tech, a

    Lee Henry was the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year and skipper Matt Bragga was voted the leagues Coach of the Year, two of the top honors announced follow-ing the 2010 regular season, as voted upon by league head coaches and sports information directors. Henry was also one of five Gold-en Eagle players included on the all-OVC teams. He was a first-team selection along with designated hit-ter A.J. Kirby-Jones and outfielder/pitcher Chad Oberacker. Tristan Archer and Austin Wulf were named to the OVC All-Freshman team. In helping Tennessee Tech to its seventh OVC regular season cham-pionship, Henry was dominant on the mound, leading the OVC in ERA (2.77, 0.59 points better than second place), opponent batting average (.220) and shutouts (1), while rank-ing second in strikeouts per nine in-nings (9.61) and complete games (3). In 14 total appearances (11 starts), Henry compiled a 6-3 record and struck out 73 batters while only is-suing 33 walks. His best game of the season came against Eastern Illinois,

    2010 Season in Review

    The finale of the 2010 season marked another dominant season for the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles, as the team finished in first place after an exciting year of regular season play and collected a multitude of honors and ac-colades, both collectively and on behalf of individual players. Picked third in 2010 pre-season OVC poll, Tech put togeth-er a 14-6 conference record, which included a streak of 11 straight conference victories, culminating in a sweep of then-first place Rac-ers of Murray State in Bush Stadi-um, where the Golden Eagle team batted a combined .371 against the Racers on the series, going 39 for 105 with an outstanding 11 home runs over three games. Six different Golden Eagles homered in the series finale, an 11-1 victory that secured the 2010 OVC Cham-pionship and No. 1 seed for the OVC Tournament for Tech. It was a victory that marked the seventh regular season title for the Golden Eagles and first since 1997 (when they were co-champions). It was the first outright, non-divisional title for the program since 1956. The Golden Eagles went on to complete the season sweep of the Rac-ers with a 15-6 win in game three of the OVC Tourna-ment in Jackson, Tenn. Overall, Tennessee Tech won 14 of its final 15 OVC games during the season. Includ-ing post-season play, the team finished with a record of 31-25 and the program recorded its third-straight 30-win season, something that has never happened in program history. Tennessee Tech senior Henry

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    feat in and of itself in that the pro-gram had not seen more than one All-American in a single decade, let alone in a single year. Couple that with the fact that both play-ers were named to multiple teams, and the accomplishment is even more noteworthy. The pair was named to a variety of first, second and third teams by Ping! Baseball, the American Baseball Coaches Association, the Pro-Line National Collegiate Baseball Writers Asso-ciation, Baseball America and Lou-isville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball News. Only seven teams in the nation were able to boast mul-tiple first and/or second team ABCA All-Americans for the 2010 season. The other six programs were ranked within the top ten in the NCAA. Techs two honorees places TTU amongst the ranks of no.1 Virginia, no. 2 Arizona State, no. 3 Texas, no. 6 TCU, no. 7 Cal State-Fullerton and no. 9 Louisville. Oberacker led the OVC and ranked in the top five nationally in batting average (.455) while register-ing 101 hits, 28 doubles (which also ranked in the top five nationally), 65 RBI and 14 stolen bases. Kirby-Jones appeared on the All-OVC first-team for the first time in his career (after being an All-Freshman selection two years ago and a second-team pick last season). Kirby-Jones smashed 26 home runs during the season while also drawing 55 walks (a mark that was second nationally). AJKJ hit .378 with 71 hits, 58 runs, 16 doubles and 66 RBI. The two standouts - who were named Tennessee Techs Co-Male Athletes of the Year - were also joined by two of their teammates in another category, as Kirby-Jones, Oberacker, junior Stephen Pryor and senior Adam Liberatore were selected in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. Kirby-Jones signed with the

    Vancouver Canadians, a Class-A Af-filiate of the Oakland Athletics, and was named the teams MVP after a successful summer season where he set the franchise record for most home runs in a debut season with 14. The primary closer for Tech standing 64 and weighing in at 235 lbs, Pryor - a 5th round selec-tion of the Seattle Mariners - led the Golden Eagle pitching staff in 2010 with 24 appearances and four saves, and maintained a 4-4 record with a 5.71 ERA through-out the course of the season. He struck out 75 batters in 41 total innings, ranking fourth in the Ohio Valley Conference in strikeouts, and held opponents to a .224 batting average. With the ability to pitch at a speeds lingering around 94 mph and reaching velocities as high as 96 mph, Pryor holds the single season record at Tech for strikeouts per nine innings with 16.46, while his four saves in a single season ranks third in the record books. Of the 35 hits allowed in 2010, only 13 of them were for extra bases. Liberatore finished his

    career with a 6.34 earned run aver-age, having allowed 116 earned runs of 133 runs on 222 hits. He finished his career with a 12-10 record, starting in 29 of his 50 career appearances and pitching a total of 164.2 innings. He held his opponents to a .318 batting aver-age over the course of his career and struck out 155 total batters, 74 alone in the 2010 season. He bat-tled back from a season-ending elbow injury in 2009 to lead the Golden Eagles in games started with 13 this season, throughout which he held up a 5.30 ERA and recorded a 6-4 record. Prior to his injury in 2009, he went 2-0 in his first two starts of the season with a 0.00 ERA, pitching a total of 17

    innings and striking out 21 batters, allowing only six walks. With such leadership and team camaraderie, its not surprising that the Golden Eagles took the momen-tum as regular season champions into the post-season, where they went 2-2 in the OVC Tournament, falling to Jacksonville State twice in the double elimination tournament in Jackson, Tenn.

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    2010 Golden Eagle BaseballTeam Game-by-Game for Tennessee Tech (as of Jan 25, 2011)

    Batting (All games)

    Date Opponent ab r h rbi 2b 3b hr bb ibb sb cs hbp sac sf gdp k po a e avgFeb 19 at Georgia Southern 33 5 10 4 4 0 1 4 1 2 1 1 3 0 1 11 27 11 0 . 3 0 3Feb 20 at Georgia Southern 40 9 14 8 5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 14 24 14 3 . 3 2 9Feb 21 at Georgia Southern 41 12 14 11 4 0 1 8 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 27 11 1 . 3 3 3Feb 26 CLEVELAND STATE 31 2 8 2 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 10 27 8 2 . 3 1 7Feb 27 CLEVELAND STATE 37 10 13 9 0 0 0 7 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 10 27 7 1 . 3 2 4Feb 28 CLEVELAND STATE 40 21 21 19 2 0 1 6 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 6 27 16 3 . 3 6 0Mar 03 at Vanderbilt 33 1 6 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 9 24 4 0 . 3 3 7Mar 06 BRADLEY 38 10 12 10 1 0 1 9 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 11 27 14 4 . 3 3 4Mar 06 BRADLEY 22 1 3 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 8 21 10 2 . 3 2 1Mar 07 BRADLEY 28 6 9 5 2 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 21 10 1 . 3 2 1Mar 09 at South Alabama 33 4 8 4 2 0 0 6 0 1 2 4 0 1 2 7 24 6 0 . 3 1 4Mar 10 at South Alabama 40 14 20 12 5 1 1 5 0 1 1 0 5 2 0 5 27 6 2 . 3 3 2Mar 12 BUFFALO 35 9 14 9 5 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 27 11 1 . 3 3 7Mar 13 BUFFALO 34 12 12 9 4 0 1 10 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 6 27 8 1 . 3 3 8Mar 13 BUFFALO 22 3 5 2 3 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 6 21 7 2 . 3 3 3Mar 14 BUFFALO 38 13 12 12 0 0 2 7 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 4 27 6 1 . 3 3 2Mar 19 at Memphis 43 12 18 12 5 0 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 10 24 10 1 . 3 3 8Mar 20 at Memphis 31 1 5 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 12 24 6 1 . 3 3 0Mar 21 at Memphis 44 9 17 9 4 0 2 6 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 12 27 6 4 . 3 3 3Mar 23 at Belmont 40 15 18 14 4 0 4 3 0 2 1 5 1 1 0 2 27 5 2 . 3 4 0Mar 26 SIU EDWARDSVILLE 35 5 12 5 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 10 27 12 1 . 3 4 0Mar 27 SIU EDWARDSVILLE 49 8 15 7 4 2 1 8 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 7 33 16 0 . 3 3 8Mar 27 SIU EDWARDSVILLE 40 4 11 3 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 27 10 2 . 3 3 5Mar 30 at Tennessee 34 3 8 3 3 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 24 7 5 . 3 3 1

    *Apr 02 at Jax State 32 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 6 24 11 2 . 3 2 7*Apr 02 at Jax State 30 2 10 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 18 6 1 . 3 2 7*Apr 01 at Jax State 37 7 11 7 3 0 1 4 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 9 26 8 1 . 3 2 6Apr 06 at Lipscomb 41 15 18 13 2 1 1 5 0 2 0 3 0 1 2 6 27 8 0 . 3 3 1Apr 07 LIPSCOMB 36 12 13 11 1 2 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 27 10 1 . 3 3 2

    *04-10-10 at Southeast Missouri 39 9 13 8 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 7 24 4 0 . 3 3 2*04-10-10 at Southeast Missouri 29 3 7 3 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 20 5 1 . 3 2 9*04-11-10 at Southeast Missouri 37 12 13 11 1 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 27 12 3 . 3 3 0Apr 13 BELMONT 35 15 15 13 3 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 4 27 7 2 . 3 3 3

    *Apr 17 EASTERN ILLINOIS 28 4 6 4 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 8 27 13 0 . 3 3 0*Apr 17 EASTERN ILLINOIS 24 3 6 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 21 8 0 . 3 2 9*Apr 18 EASTERN ILLINOIS 35 6 10 6 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 27 7 0 . 3 2 8Apr 20 at Middle Tennessee 31 5 7 5 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 7 24 13 1 . 3 2 5

    *Apr 25 MOREHEAD STATE 24 5 5 5 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 21 8 2 . 3 2 3*Apr 25 MOREHEAD STATE 26 12 11 12 3 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 21 10 0 . 3 2 5Mar 17 EAST TENNESSEE 36 6 11 6 2 0 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 5 27 8 0 . 3 2 4Apr 28 at ETSU 51 7 13 7 3 0 1 3 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 9 38 11 1 . 3 2 2

    *May 08 AUSTIN PEAY 36 15 10 9 3 0 2 8 2 0 0 3 1 0 1 6 27 10 1 . 3 2 1*May 08 AUSTIN PEAY 23 6 10 5 2 0 0 5 0 1 1 3 0 3 1 1 21 5 0 . 3 2 3*May 09 AUSTIN PEAY 29 10 9 9 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 8 27 13 0 . 3 2 2May 11 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 34 9 11 9 3 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 4 27 10 3 . 3 2 2

    *May 15 at UT Martin 57 9 19 8 5 0 1 6 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 12 39 17 0 . 3 2 3*May 15 at UT Martin 34 6 14 4 4 0 0 2 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 4 21 5 0 . 3 2 5*May 16 at UT Martin 42 9 14 9 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 11 24 11 1 . 3 2 5May 18 WESTERN CAROLINA 37 11 15 11 3 1 3 6 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 10 27 5 2 . 3 2 7

    *May 21 MURRAY STATE 41 15 16 15 0 0 4 6 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 27 9 0 . 3 2 8*May 21 MURRAY STATE 25 8 7 8 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 21 5 0 . 3 2 7*May 22 MURRAY STATE 39 11 16 11 2 0 6 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 27 5 1 . 3 2 9May 27 vs Eastern Kentucky 37 7 13 7 4 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 27 9 2 . 3 3 0May 29 vs Jacksonville State 37 7 12 6 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 3 27 9 4 . 3 2 9May 29 vs Murray State 47 15 22 14 4 1 0 3 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 4 27 7 0 . 3 3 3May 30 vs Jacksonville State 38 8 11 8 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 8 24 13 3 . 3 3 2Totals 1988 459 660 420 131 11 62 257 16 53 11 80 33 33 42 395 1437 503 72 . 3 3 2

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    2010 Golden Eagle BaseballOverall Statistics for Tennessee Tech (as of Jan 25, 2011)

    (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

    Record: 31-25 Home: 21-8 Away: 8-15 Neutral: 2-2 Ohio Valley: 14-6

    Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld%OBERACKER, Chad . 4 5 2 56-56 239 67 108 29 5 6 70 165 . 6 9 0 34 5 23 4 . 5 2 7 1 2 14-18 118 4 1 . 9 9 2KIRBY-JONES, A.J. . 3 8 8 56-56 206 64 80 19 0 26 71 177 . 8 5 9 58 8 53 3 . 5 3 1 3 0 0-1 60 9 1 . 9 8 6WULF, Austin . 3 4 0 47-35 156 36 53 8 2 2 33 71 . 4 5 5 14 10 19 2 . 4 2 1 3 4 4-4 47 1 0 1.000DONALDSON, Casanova . 3 3 3 53-50 201 40 67 16 0 7 37 104 . 5 1 7 16 5 61 1 . 3 9 1 3 6 13-14 91 6 6 . 9 4 2GUYEAR, Zephan . 3 2 0 43-31 128 32 41 6 2 3 28 60 . 4 6 9 9 9 28 5 . 3 9 6 3 1 5-7 55 54 6 . 9 4 8HAYES, Chad . 3 1 5 56-55 222 39 70 9 0 4 39 91 . 4 1 0 6 4 41 6 . 3 4 2 2 3 4-5 75 158 14 . 9 4 3McMILLAN, Tate . 3 0 9 52-51 178 41 55 8 0 3 34 72 . 4 0 4 44 10 27 2 . 4 6 6 2 6 0-1 340 18 4 . 9 8 9EDWARDS, Seth . 3 0 5 34-28 118 24 36 11 1 2 16 55 . 4 6 6 8 6 32 6 . 3 7 0 3 3 10-10 41 2 4 . 9 1 5BURGESS, Ben . 2 9 3 55-49 198 39 58 9 0 5 40 82 . 4 1 4 21 3 28 2 . 3 5 8 7 2 1-1 392 30 9 . 9 7 9BEECH, Frankie . 2 7 0 51-48 159 40 43 4 1 0 24 49 . 3 0 8 25 9 24 3 . 3 9 3 3 4 2-2 69 97 9 . 9 4 9--------------------RIVERS, Devin . 3 5 8 25-24 81 18 29 5 0 4 18 46 . 5 6 8 11 9 22 5 . 4 7 6 2 0 0-1 17 41 4 . 9 3 5CROSSMAN, Brandon . 2 7 3 16-7 33 7 9 2 0 0 3 11 . 3 3 3 2 1 11 1 . 3 2 4 1 0 0-0 54 4 0 1.000MORRIS, Michael . 2 1 7 16-5 23 5 5 2 0 0 4 7 . 3 0 4 4 0 9 0 . 3 3 3 0 0 0-0 8 8 2 . 8 8 9FRAZIER, Evan . 1 8 8 12-2 16 3 3 2 0 0 0 5 . 3 1 3 0 0 6 0 . 1 8 8 0 0 0-0 21 2 0 1.000MARTIN, Doug . 1 8 2 2-2 11 1 2 1 0 0 1 3 . 2 7 3 0 1 3 0 . 2 5 0 0 1 0-0 18 0 0 1.000POWERS, Trice . 0 6 7 14-5 15 3 1 0 0 0 2 1 . 0 6 7 5 0 5 2 . 3 0 0 0 1 0-0 9 12 3 . 8 7 5HOPKINS, Ryan . 0 0 0 3-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 4 0 1.000PRICE, Nick . 0 0 0 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 1 1 . 6 6 7CHOATE, Chason . 0 0 0 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 7 2 . 8 4 6LIBERATORE, Adam . 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 2 8 1 . 9 0 9HENRY, Lee . 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 14 1 . 9 4 4Totals . 3 3 2 56 1988 459 660 131 11 62 420 999 . 5 0 3 257 80 395 42 . 4 2 3 33 33 53-64 1437 503 72 . 9 6 4

    Opponents . 2 9 3 56 1938 387 567 102 13 59 364 872 . 4 5 0 250 53 462 25 . 3 8 6 13 22 93-109 1415 543 91 . 9 5 6

    LOB - Team (517), Opp (452). DPs turned - Team (35), Opp (51). IBB - Team (16), KIRBY-JONES 10, DONALDSON 3, OBERACKER 3, Opp(4). Picked off - KIRBY-JONES 5, OBERACKER 3, GUYEAR 2, DONALDSON 2, MORRIS 1, McMILLAN 1, HAYES 1.

    (All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

    Player era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa shaHENRY, Lee 2 . 6 9 7-3 16 12 4 1/0 0 80.1 66 29 24 37 85 11 0 8 . 2 2 4 2 9 0 1 6BILBREY, Wade 4 . 8 2 1-0 13 0 0 0/0 0 18.2 15 12 10 15 28 4 1 2 . 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0LIBERATORE, Adam 5 . 3 0 6-4 13 13 1 1/2 0 74.2 91 51 44 24 74 13 2 6 . 2 9 9 2 7 0 1 2PRICE, Nick 5 . 4 0 2-0 18 4 0 0/0 0 40.0 40 29 24 25 32 8 1 4 . 2 6 7 2 1 0 3 2PRYOR, Stephen 5 . 7 1 4-4 24 1 0 0/2 4 41.0 35 26 26 22 75 8 0 5 . 2 2 4 8 3 0 1 1CHOATE, Chason 6 . 3 8 3-3 19 4 0 0/0 2 55.0 61 41 39 25 29 11 3 6 . 2 8 2 2 9 0 4 5OBERACKER, Chad 6 . 9 2 1-3 15 2 0 0/1 0 26.0 34 27 20 23 26 6 0 2 . 3 0 4 3 3 0 1 0ARCHER, Tristan 7 . 9 0 3-2 13 12 0 0/0 0 49.0 81 54 43 19 33 12 3 8 . 3 6 8 2 8 1 0 2HOPKINS, Ryan 7 . 9 1 3-3 20 0 0 0/0 2 33.0 33 30 29 14 26 9 0 6 . 2 5 8 1 4 1 1 2SHEPHERD, Matthew 9 . 5 3 1-1 15 8 0 0/0 0 45.1 82 58 48 28 38 15 3 9 . 3 8 5 8 6 0 1 0KIRBY-JONES, A.J. 19.06 0-2 11 0 0 0/0 0 11.1 23 26 24 14 15 2 0 3 . 4 0 4 4 1 0 0 2--------------------BURGESS, Ben 7 . 7 1 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.2 6 4 4 4 1 3 0 0 . 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0Totals 6 . 2 9 31-25 56 56 5 4/2 8 479.0 567 387 335 250 462 102 13 59 . 2 9 3 37 53 2 13 22

    Opponents 7 . 4 6 25-31 56 56 2 0/0 6 471.2 660 459 391 257 395 131 11 62 . 3 3 2 46 80 6 33 33

    PB - Team (24), BURGESS 16, FRAZIER 6, CROSSMAN 2, Opp (20). Pickoffs - Team (10), ARCHER 6, BURGESS 3, CROSSMAN 1, Opp (12).SBA/ATT - BURGESS (76-91), LIBERATORE (13-17), SHEPHERD (11-15), HENRY (13-13), CROSSMAN (10-11), ARCHER (7-10), HOPKINS(10-10), PRYOR (10-10), PRICE (7-9), CHOATE (9-9), FRAZIER (7-8), OBERACKER (6-6), BILBREY (4-6), KIRBY-JONES (3-3).

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    2009-10Frankie BeechZephan GuyearLee HenryTate McMillanChad OberackerTrice PowersDevin Rivers

    2008-09Jared DobbsChad OberackerTrice PowersRichard RauschCory Wright

    2007-08Michael AlcornWade BilbreyJared DobbsEvan DyerThomas GrayTate McMillanThomas NelsonTrice Powers

    2006-07Michael AlcornWade BilbreyZac ColeJared Dobbs

    Justin FieldsBrantley KilgoreTate McMillanThomas NelsonJake NewJosh RiderMatt SmithRyan WardlowCory Wright

    2005-06Charlie BoltonMatt KearneyBrantley KilgoreStuart MeinhartDaniel OwensMatt SmithRyan Wardlow

    2004-05Michael AlcornPhillip HatchKenny Stiles

    2003-04Robby AdamsKenny Stiles 2002-03Joshua EyeKenny Stiles

    2001-02Joshua EyeKenny Stiles

    2000-01David OttGrant SwallowsJim Ed Warden

    1999-2000Brad KleemanDavid Ott

    1998-99Grant Swallows

    1997-98Clint HollowayAaron Nix

    1996-97Matt FreyBrian LeeJeff Matukewicz 1995-96Rob BrownMike HurstBrian LeeLynus MartinAaron OlitaTrey OndrussTaylor RalphJason Wheeley

    1994-95Jon CaseyDerek HurleyMike HurstCraig MullinsTaylor RalphJamie Tucker

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    GOLDEN EAGLES ON OVC COMMISSIONERS ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

    OVC Scholar-AthleteThomas Nelson, 2008Thomas Nelson, 2007 Steve Arnette, 1990Kevin Kalen, 1987Derek Lane, 1986

    OVC Academic Medal of HonorSteve Arnette, 1988

    Academic All-AmericaThomas Nelson, 2008Taylor Ralph, 1998Derek Lane, 1987Donley Canary, 1975Bill Bray, 1974

    Academic All-DistrictChad Oberacker, 2010Lee Henry, 2010Thomas Nelson, 2008Taylor Ralph, 1998Ben Holt, 1993Ben Holt, 1991Steve Arnette, 1990

    CoSIDA Academic All-Americaand Academic All-District IV

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    Derek HunleyBrian OwensGreg Stallcup

    1992-93Brent FrazierCraig Humberd1991-92Jon AdcockMatt BallardBrent FrazierScott HamptonBen HoltJohnny OrrRyan Smith

    1990-91Craig HumberdDerek HunleyDavid JacksonCarter McCamyTodd WatkinsDavid West

    1989-90Steve ArnetteDavid JacksonJ.C. SwaffordDavid WestDavid Wykle

    Andy Williams was awarded the OVC Scholar Athlete award following his fall 2010 semester.

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    The Athletic Directors Honor Roll was established in 1989 to recognize student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 grade-point average or higher for the semester. Num-bers in parentheses indicate the number of semesters each athlete has placed on the Honor Roll through 2010 Fall semester:

    Athletic Directors Honor Roll

    Kevin Adams (2)Neale Adams (1)Robby Adams (3)Jon Adcock (2) Michael Alcorn (7)Justin Alexander (1)David Allen (1)Tristan Archer (2)

    Steve Arnette (3)Matt Attaway (3)Matt Ballard (3)Garret Baugh (1)Frankie Beech (2)Casey Benjamin (1)Wade Bilbrey (6)James Blevins (1)Charlie Bolton (1) Brandon Bornstein (3)Casey Bough (2)David Brinkley (1)Jason Brooker (3)Jason Brown (1)Rob Brown (4)Ryan Browning (2)Ben Burgess (2)Tim Burnette (1)Jason Burns (1)Brent Carrier (1)Jon Casey (2)Heath Cheverton (2)Matt Chodak (1) Kevin Cizmarik (2)Steve Clapp (1)Britt Clubb (2)Zac Cole (3)

    Ron Coleman (1)Chris Combs (1)Brandon Crossman (2)Albert DelGaicco (1)Ryan Dennick (3)Jason Dillon (1)Jared Dobbs (7)Casanova Donaldson (1)

    Ben Downs (4)Brian Driskell (2)Brian Dudney (2) J.D. Druckenmiller(1)Scott Dulworth (1)Scott Dunham (2)Wes Dunn (3)Evan Dyer (2)Aaron Elmore (1)Josh Eye (3)Justin Fields (5)Mike Fessler (1)Zachary Flynn (1)Steve Folkers (1)Blake Forst (4)Brent Frazier (5)Evan Frazier (1)Matt Frey (4)Grant French (2)Chris Gant (4)Greg Glaser (2)Zephan Guyear (2)Thomas Gray (2)Jamie Greene (1)Steve Haggard (2)Mike Hall (1)Scott Hampton (4)

    Philip Hatch (5)Ryan Hay (4)Chad Hayes (3)Chad Heminover (1)Alex Henry (2)Lee Henry (3)Clint Holloway (4)Ben Holt (5)Tim Horn (1)L. Huffstetler (2)Craig Humberd (4)Derek Hunley (6)Mike Hurst (2)Robert Hyder (1)David Jackson (5)David Jackson (2)Scott James (1)Jesse Johnson (1)Kurt Kalen (3)Matt Kearney (1) Corey Kemp (1)Brad Kleeman (2)Brantley Kilgore (3)Chris King (1)Mike Kinney (2)A.J. Kirby-Jones (3)Jason Kuhn (1)Brian Lee (4)Adam Liberatore (2)Jeremy Linville (1)Mark Maberry (1)Lynus Martin (4)Nathan Marty (1)Troy Martin (1)Kevin Mason (1)Jeff Matukewicz (4)Carter McCamy (1)Tate McMillan (7)Michael Meihls (2)Stuart Meinhart (2) Matt Mihoci (2)Adam Miller (1)Hunter Mize (1)B. Montgomery (1)Mike Moore (1)Bobby Morgan (4)Josh Mosser (1)Craig Mullins (3)Thomas Nelson (5)Jake New (2)Aaron Nix (2)Chad Oberacker (4)Aaron Olita (5)

    Trey Ondruss (2)Johnny Orr (2)David Ott (4)Brian Owens (1)Daniel Owens (3)Dustin Page (1)Cullen Park (1)David Peters (1)Kevin Peterson (2)Ben Pincus (3)Trice Powers (7)Nick Price (2)Taylor Ralph (5)Richard Rausch (3)Sean Reilly (3)Josh Rider (1)Devin Rivers (1)Kendale Roach (1)Michael Roeder (1)Jamie Ruehling (3)Mike Schmittou (1)Brandon Selvog (1)Matthew Shepherd (1)Tevis Sherfield (2)Harold Smith (1)Matt Smith (4)Ryan Smith (2)Shane Smith (1)Tyler Smith (1)Steve Soper (2)Brian Sprowl (2)Greg Stallcup (3)Jonathan Stepp (2)

    Barrett Steakley (1)Kenny Stiles (6)Russell Stoops (2)Adam Sullivan (1)J.C. Swafford (3)Scott Terry (1)William Thomas (2)Jamie Tucker (5)Doug Vincent (1)Jim Ed Warden (3)Ryan Wardlow (4)Todd Watkins (1)Kayce Weakley (3)Ray Wear (1)Evan Webb (2)Jason Weekly (1) Billy Welsh (2)Chris West (4)David West (1)Jody Wheeler (2)Andrew Williams (2)Cory Wright (6)Jason Wright (4)David Wykle (3)Jody Zimmerle (1)Gabe Zook (2)

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    All-AmericaChad Oberacker, 2010 (4)AJ Kirby-Jones, 2010 (5)Cole Helms, 2002Mark Maberry, 1997Scott Baerns, 1988Mike Winchester, 1975

    All-RegionCole Helms, 2002Matt Curtis, 2001Jake Allen, 2001Doug Vincent, 2001Jeremy Bonczynski, 1997Mark Maberry, 1997Scott Baerns, 1988Todd Kemp, 1988Donley Canary, 1976Mike Winchester, 1975

    OVC Player of the YearMark Maberry, 1997Todd Kemp, 1988*Dave Pratt, 1966

    OVC Pitcherof the YearLee Henry, 2010Mark Maberry, 1997

    OVC Rookieof the YearCole Helms, 2002

    OVC All-FreshmanTristan Archer, 2010Austin Wulf, 2010

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    OVC Coach of the YearMatt Bragga, 2010David Mays, 1997David Mays, 1996David Mays, 1993David Mays, 1988*David Mays, 1986*

    1976Terry Smith (C)Donley Canary (OF)Mike Tipton (1B)

    1977Ralph Mallicoat (LHP)David Grooms (OF)Mike Tipton (1B)

    1980Joe Fisher (LHP)

    1981Greg Thomas (3B)

    1982Tim Taylor (2B)Joe Fisher (3B)

    1983Paul Lane (RF)Howard Aiello (2B)

    1984Howard Aiello (2B)

    1985Derek Lane (OF)

    1986Greg Maysonet (OF/RHP)Derek Lane (OF)Steve Hawkins (SS) Todd Kemp (LHP)

    1987Derek Lane (OF)Steve Hawkins (3B)Troy Martin (RF)

    1988Todd Kemp (LHP)David Dillon (C) Scott Baerns (2B)Greg Bennett (LF) Troy Martin (RF)Brent Carrier (3B)

    1989Brent Carrier (3B)

    1990Kevin Caroland (OF)

    1992Matt Ballard (C)Kurt Kalen (2B)David Wykle (3B)

    1993Mike Kinney (C)Russell Stoops (RHP)

    1994Adam Sullivan (OF)Mike Kinney (C)

    1995Billy Pride (CF)Brian Dudney (1B)Craig Mullins (SS)Erik Sabel (RHP)

    1996Jeremy Bonczynski (LF)Brian Dudney (DHJeff Matukewicz (RF)Craig Mullins (SS)Eric Sabel (RHP)

    1997Jeremy Bonczynski (3B)Mike Moore (LHP)Mark Maberry (RHP/DH)Taylor Ralph (SS)Chad Malone (OF)Brian Lee (C)Ryan Browning (OF)

    1998Ryan Browning (OF)Neale Adams (C)Matt Attaway (1B)Bobby Morgan (3B)Taylor Ralph (UTIL)Jody Wheeler (OF)

    Kevin Peterson (P)

    1999Gabe Zook (SS)Michael Meihls (UTIL)

    2000Matt Curtis (OF)Ben Cunningham (UTIL)Chad Rogers (OF)

    2001Matt Curtis (OF)Ben Cunningham (UTIL)Bubbie Buzachero (SP)Mark Gilliam (DH)

    2002Jake Allen (2B)Casey Benjamin (SS)Doug Vincent (RHP)Ben Downs (RHP)Cole Helms (OF/RHP)Ryan Hay (1B)

    2003Casey Benjamin (SS)Cole Helms (UTIL)Scott Terry (DH)Ben Downs (RHP)Carlos Martin (OF)Ben Shannon (OF)Ryan Hay (1B)Britt Clubb (C)Dusty Eubanks (RHP)

    2004Brandon Selvog (SS)

    2007Steve Soper (C) Jake New (OF)Jared Dobbs (P)

    2008Matt Mihoci (2B)Jake New (OF)Thomas Nelson (SS)

    2009A.J. Kirby-Jones (UTIL)Lee Henry (P)

    2010Lee Henry (P)A.J. Kirby-Jones (UTIL)Chad Oberacker (OF)

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    Tennessee Techs OVC Stats Leaders 1981Tim Taylor ................... Steals (41)

    1982Mark Fontenot ........... Saves (7)

    1983Tim Hill....................... Steals (31)

    1985Mike Jones ................. ERA (1.96)

    1986Steve Hawkins ............ Triples (4)Todd Kemp ................ Strikeouts (125)

    1987Steve Hawkins ............ Home runs (12)Derek Lane ................. Home runs (12)

    1988Scott Baerns ............... Batting (.476)Scott Baerns ............... Steals (33)Troy Martin................. Doubles (18)Todd Kemp ................. ERA (2.58)Todd Kemp ................. Strikeouts (13.7)

    1989Tim Horn .................... Saves (4)

    1994Adam Sullivan ............ Batting (.385)

    1997Jeremy Bonczynski ..... Home runs (20)Mark Maberry ............ RBI (74)Chad Malone ............. Run scored (77)Mark Maberry ............ ERA (2.34)Mark Maberry ............ Wins (12)

    1998Ryan Browning........... Doubles (0.43)

    1999Matt Curtis ................. Doubles (24)Jesse Johnson ............. Triples (5)

    2001Ben Cunningham ....... Batting (.388)

    2002Doug Vincent...Complete Games (4)

    2009A.J. Kirby Jones .......... Home runs (20)A.J. Kirby-Jones .......... Walks (42)

    2010Chad Oberacker .......... Batting (.452)Chad Oberacker .......... Doubles (29)Chad Oberacker .......... Hits (108)A.J. Kirby-Jones .......... Home Runs (26)A.J. Kirby-Jones .......... Slugging (.859)A.J. Kirby-Jones .......... Walks (58)

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    A No-hitter was pitched by Tech:March 10, 1999 - by Casey Bough vs. Valparaiso (7 innings) (Tech 4, Valparaiso 0)

    A No-hitter was pitched against Tech:March 16, 1997 - by Brad Howard, Middle Tennessee (9 innings) (Middle Tennessee 12, Tech. 0)

    A One-hitter was pitched by Tech:May 15, 2009 by Ryan Dennick and A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. Southern Miss. (7 innings) (Tech 7, Southern Miss. 1)

    A One hitter was pitched against Tech:May 22, 1997 - by Kris Wilson, Georgia Tech, at the NCAA Mideast Re-gional Tournament, Starksville, Mississippi (9 innings) (Georgia Tech 5, Tech 0)

    A Two-hitter was pitched by Tech:March 26, 2010 - by Adam Liberatore and Stephen Pryor vs. SIUE (9 in nings) (Tech 5, SIUE 0)

    A Two-hitter was pitched against Tech:March 29, 2009 vs. Eastern Illinois (9 innings) (EIU 2, Tech 0)

    The Tech pitching staff recorded a shutout:April 24, 2009 by Lee Henry vs. UT Martin (7 innings) (Tech 1, UT Martin 0)

    Tech was shutout:May 31, 2009 vs. Clemson at the NCAA Regional Tournament, Clemson, South Carolina (9 innings) (Clemson 10, Tech 0)

    A Tech pitcher struck out 10 or more batters:May 10, 2009 - Michael Alcorn, 12 strikeouts vs. Jacksonville State (Tech 6, Jacksonville State 4)

    A Tech player homered in consecutive at-bats:April 7, 2002 - Ben Shannon homered to lead off the game in the first inning against Austin Peay, and then hit a grand slam in the top of the third inning. (Tech 8, Austin Peay 5)

    A Tech Player homered in five or more consecutive games:Matt Ballard hit six home runs in five consecutive games between April 16 and April 21, 1992.

    A Tech Player hit a grand slam home run:May 20, 2009 - Ben Burgess vs. Southeast Missouri, OVC Tournament opening round (Tech 9, Southeast Missouri 5)

    A Tech player had five or more hits in a game:April 1, 2009 - Casanova Donaldson vs. East Tennessee State (5-for-5) (Tech 15, East Tennessee State 7)

    A Tech player batted in six runs or more:March 11, 2009 - A.J. Kirby-Jones had six RBIs against Belmont

    (Tech 8, Belmont 6)Tech scored 20 runs or more:May 3, 2001 - Tech beat Tennessee Temple 20-2

    Tech had 20 hits or more:March 25, 2008 - Tech had 20 hits against Middle Tennessee State (Tech 15, Middle Tennessee 11)

    Tech and an opponent combined for 30 or more hits:May 16, 2010 - @ UT-Martin, Tech had 14, UTM had 16 (Eastern Illinois 25, Tech 5)

    A Tech opponent scored 20 or more runs:March 29, 2009 vs. Eastern Illinois scored 25 runs on 20 hits (Eastern Illinois 25, Tech 5)

    Tech allowed more than 10 runs and won:May 22, 2009 - vs. Jacksonville State in the OVC tournament (10 in-nings) (Tech 13, Jacksonville State 12)

    A Tech game went 15 or more innings:February 28, 2009 - vs. The Citadel, the game went 15 innings and is the longest in Tech history. (Tech 7, The Citadel 6)

    Tech committed five or more errors:March 30, 2010 - Tech committed five errors against Tennessee (Morehead State 9, Tech 3)

    Tech committed five or more errors and won:March 7, 2000 - Tech committed six errors against Lipscomb, but won 11-10.

    A triple play was turned against Tech:April 27, 1997 - Eastern Illinois turned a 4-6-3 triple play against Tech in the seventh inning. A line drive by Techs Chad Malone was caught by EIUs Justin Stone, who started the triple play. (Tech 15, Eastern Illinois 9)

    Tech won a game on an offensive strikeout:May 15, 1997 - Jeff Matukewicz struck out for the third out in the bot-tom of the ninth inning against Austin Peay in the OVC Tournament. The ball was a wild pitch and Mark Mayberry scored the winning run. (Tech 5, Austin Peay 4)

    Back-to-Back balks were called:May 16, 1997 - Tech pitcher Mike Moore was charged with a balk against consecutive batters to allow Southeast Missouri runners to score in the first inning of the OVC Tournament second-round. (Southeast Missouri 9, Tech 5)

    Tech batted around in an inning:May 20, 2009 - 10 batters went to the plate in the fifth inning of the opening round of the OVC Tournament against Southeast Missouri. (Tech 9, Southeast Missouri 5)

    A Tech opponent batted around in an inning:May 31, 2009 - Clemson batted around in the fourth inning of a game in the NCAA Regional Tournament. (Clemson 10, Tech 0)

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    Year Average Runs Hits Doubles Home Runs RBI Stolen Bases2010 Oberacker, .452 Oberacker, 67 Oberacker, 108 Oberacker, 29 Kirby-Jones, 26 Kirby-Jones, 71 Oberacker, 14 2009 Oberacker, .354 A. Henry, 54 Oberacker, 69 Kirby-Jones, 15 Kirby-Jones, 20 Kirby-Jones, 68 Oberacker, 11 Webb, 15 2008 King, .389 Nelson, 60 King, 88 Nelson, 21 Reilly, 7 Kirby-Jones, 51 Nelson,192007 Soper, .373 Sprowl, 48 Soper, 75 Soper, 18 Soper, 10 Soper, 59 Dunham, 72006 New, .319 Sprowl, 38 New, 61 New, 15 Soper, 8 Soper, 33 Dunham, 82005 Selvog, .328 Selvog, 35 Selvog, 66 Selvog, 17 Marty, 12 Marty, 43 Selvog, 8 Marty, 35 Dunham, 82004 Selvog, .339 Selvog, 34 Selvog, 62 Selvog, 18 Druckenmiller, 7 Selvog, 30 Six players, 3 2003 Benjamin, .418 Benjamin, 54 Benjamin, 82 Benjamin, 17 Martin, 10 Martin, 49 Mundt, 7 Shannon, 17 Terry, 10 2002 Allen, .385 Allen, 51 Helms, 80 Helms, 17 Meihls, 10 Hay, 46 Allen, 12 Meihls, 46 2001 Cunningham, ..388 Curtis, 58 Cunningham, 92 Cunningham, 25 Curtis, 10 Gilliam, 59 Curtis, 132000 Curtis, .382 Rogers, 47 Curtis, 65 Curtis, 24 Curtis, 12 Curtis, 49 Rogers, 211999 Zook, .364 Zook, 43 Zook, 71 Zook, 18 Morgan, 9 Meihls, 39 Rogers, 101998 Browning, .408 Morgan, 58 Attaway, 72 Browning, 20 Morgan, 15 Attaway, 58 Malone, 15 Attaway, 15 1997 Malone, .363 Malone, 77 Bonczynski, 84 Malone, 16 Bonczynski, 20 Maberry, 74 Matukewicz, 10 Bonczysnki, 101996 Bonczynski, .385 Bonczynski, 48 Mullins, 72 Mullins, 22 Bonczynski, 12 Bonczynski, 48 Matukewicz, 15 1995 Pride, .345 Burnette, 33 Pride, 59 Pride, 15 Pride, 8 Stoops, 33 Pride, 91994 Sullivan, .385 Sullivan, 32 Sullivan, 65 Sullivan, 15 Kinney, 4 Kinney, 40 Sullivan, 9 Guinn, 4 1993 Kinney, .303 Patterson, 35 Wykle, 49 Wykle, 13 Holt, 5 Holt, 30 Patterson, 91992 Wykle, .327 Ballard, 36 Ballard, 56 Ballard, 14 Ballard, 11 Ballard, 44 Roberts, 81991 Kalen, .315 Ballard, 35 Ballard, 53 Kalen, 18 Ballard, 5 Ballard, 23 Adams, 8 Orr, 23 1990 Caroland, .367 Lavender, 48 Caroland, 65 Caroland, 14 Ballard, 6 Caroland, 48 Caroland, 12 Ballard, 14 1989 Mason, .345 Caroland, 40 Carrier, 51 Carrrier, 10 Ballard, 10 Ballard, 39 Caroland, 151988 Baerns, .476 Baerns, 76 Baerns, 89 Martin, 18 Bennett, 9 Carrier, 60 Baerns, 331987 Martin, .397 Lane, 40 Hawkins, 60 Hawkins, 12 Hawkins, 12 Hawkins, 45 Lane, 16 Martin, 40 Lane, 12 1986 Hawkins, .348 Hawkins, 46 Hawkins, 57 Hawkins, 14 Hawkins, 14 Hawkins, 45 Hawkins, 181985 Way, .362 Lane, 48 Lane, 52 Maysonet, 12 Walls, 12 Walls, 41 Lane, 231984 Stewart, .359 Hill, 46 Hill, 49 Stewart, 12 Larison, 8 Stewart, 44 Hill, 471983 Stewart, .367 Aiello, 33 Hill, 39 Horner, 11 Stewart, 9 Stewart, 38 Hill, 311982 Horner, .375 Taylor, 46 Horner, 54 P. Lane, 9 Horner, 8 Horner, 50 Taylor, 221981 Taylor, .438 Taylor, 50 Taylor, 54 Taylor, 12 Thomas, 7 Thomas, 43 Taylor, 411980 Howell, .406 Schubert, 24 Schubert, 53 Rowden, 10 Parham, 5 Parham, 25 Rowden, 13 Thomas, 24 1979 Turpin, .305 James, 23 Turpin, 29 Howell, 7 Parham, 3 Parham, 24 Schubert, 111978 Grooms, .311 Hoskins, 33 Grooms, 37 Grooms, 7 Tipton, 5 Tipton, 29 Grooms, 161977 Glover, .389 Glover, 36 Glover, 51 Canary, 11 Grooms, 6 Tipton, 36 Grooms, 14 Warren, 141976 Canary, .429 Canary, 34 Tipton, 45 Tipton, 8 Tipton, 3 Tipton, 42 Joiner, 151975 Winchester, .413 Winchester, 48 Winchester, 71 Winchester, 9 Winchester, 4 Tipton, 31 Winchester, 40 Bailey, 9 1974 Canary, .327 Wilson, 36 Winchester, 46 Colllins, 8 Wilson, 9 Wilson, 34 Wilson, 201973 Hall, .396 Midgett, 19 Winchester, 35 Richardson, 8 Richardson, 3 Richardson, 22 Winchester, 10 Midgett, 101972 Richardson, .340 Winchester, 18 Richardson, 36 Strickland, 10 Brown, 2 Strickland, 18 Richardson, 61971 Maclin, .351 Maclin, 44 Maclin, 47 Three w/ 6 Two w/ 4 Gentry, 29 Irby, 171970 Maclin, .394 Irby, 39 Maclin, 43 Maclin, 8 Irby, 5 Wesche, 30 Irby, 211969 Reasonover, .368 Smith, 20 Reasonover, 35 Two w/ 5 Field, 3 Turner, 17 Smith, 101968 Smith, .400 Smith, 20 Smith, 28 Turner, 6 Three w/ 3 Field, 17 Smith, 131967 Dickey, .381 Dickey, 27 Dickey, 48 Dickey, 7 Dickey, 6 Dickey, 15 Koslick, 131966 Rader, .386 Muniz, 13 Waley, 19 Waley, 5 Whaley, 3 Whaley, 15 Waley, 7 Whaley, 13 1965 Barr, .397 Little, 12 Wilbourn, 17 Woodall, 9

    Did You Know...Since 1975, Tech hitters have blasted 33 grand slams: 1. Mike Winchester vs. Trevecca College, 4/23/75 2. Jim Wilhoite vs. David Lipscomb University, 4/29/75 3. David Grooms vs. Tennessee State, 3/19/77 4. Jim Wilhoite vs. Eastern Kentucky, 3/26/77 5. Mike Tipton vs. Eastern Kentucky, 4/9/77 6. David Wilkinson vs. Murray State, 4/24/80 7. Greg Thomas vs. Lincoln Memorial, 4/12/81 8. Herb Horner vs. Milliken, 4/7/82 9. Scott Walls vs. East Tennessee, 3/27/8310. Derek Lane vs. Trevecca College, 3/1/8611. Steve Hawkins vs. Marietta College, 3/15/8612. Layton Way vs. Otterbein, 3/21/86

    13. Scott Baerns vs. North Alabama, 4/5/8814. David Dillon vs. Carson-Newman, 4/21/8815. Matt Ballard vs. University of Tennessee, 3/28/8916. Matt Ballard vs. Cumberland College, 4/9/8917. Bo Spears vs. College of Charleston, 3/13/9018. Matt Ballard vs. Western Kentucky, 4/12/9019. Matt Ballard vs. Tennessee Wesleyan, 3/28/9120. Kurt Kalen vs. Austin Peay, 4/27/9121. Matt Ballard vs. Morehead State, 4/18/9222. Mike Hurst vs. Carson-Newman, 4/27/9523. Brian Dudney vs. Appalachian State, 4/3/9624. Brad Kleeman vs. Morehead State, 4/2/9925. Tony Suber vs. Akron, 2/4/02

    26. Ben Shannon vs. Austin Peay, 4/7/0227. Corey Kemp vs. Morehead State, 4/3/0528. Jake New vs. King College, 3/3/0829. Chad Oberacker vs. Alabama A&M, 4/20/0830. A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. St. Peters, 2/21/0931. A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. Belmont, 3/11/0932. A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. Covenant, 4/11/0933. Ben Burgess vs. SE Missouri St., 5/20/0934. Chad Hayes vs. SEMO, 4/11/10

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    Year Victories ERA Innings Strikeouts2010 L. Henry, 7 L. Henry, 2.69 L. Henry, 80.2 L. Henry, 852009 L. Henry, 9 L. Henry, 3.43 L. Henry, 78.2 L. Henry, 802008 Alcorn,7 Kirby-Jones,2.92 Alcorn,77.2 Edwards,692007 Dobbs, 5 Dobbs, 4.18 Smith, 78.0 Smith, 63 Edwards, 5 Smith, 5 2006 Smith, 4 Cole, 3.68 Fields, 66.1 Fields, 442005 Alcorn, 3 Alcorn, 3.99 Ashman, 71.1 Ashman, 412004 Ashman, 7 Ashman, 5.06 Hughes, 61.2 Hughes, 66 2003 Downs, 9 Helms, 2.05 Downs, 92.1 Downs, 812002 Vincent, 12 Vincent, 3.40 Downs, 82.2 Downs, 782001 Long, 7 Buzachero, 3.30 Long, 97.1 Long, 972000 Long, 5 Grigsby, 2.73 Bough, 74.1 Bough, 701999 Bough, 7 Bough, 4.27 Bough, 77 Fellers, 63 Bough, 631998 Peterson, 6 Olita, 3.68 Fellers, 68 Fellers, 631997 Maberry, 12 Maberry, 2.34 Maberry, 104.0 Maberry, 1081996 Sabel, 7 Hedrick, 3.90 Sabel, 93.2 Hedrick, 721995 Sabel, 6 Hedrick, 3.65 Sabel, 93.1 Sabel, 751994 Hunley, 3 Vogt, 4.01 Vogt, 67.1 Vogt, 43 Vogt, 3 1993 Stoops, 6 Stoops, 3.03 West, 76.0 West, 541992 Humberd, 4 Humberd, 3.68 Humberd, 85.2 Humberd, 57 Stoops, 4 Gilliam, 4 1991 Hunley, 4 Hunley, 4.14 West, 80.2 West, 741990 Stallcup, 6 Stallcup, 3.38 Stallcup, 85.0 Caroland, 651989 Horn, 4 Horn, 3.68 Stallcup, 65 Stallcup, 401988 Claudio, 9 Kemp, 2.58 Kemp, 87 Kemp, 132 Kemp, 9 1987 Claudio, 5 Claudio, 3.59 Claudio, 62.2 Kemp, 74 Stallcup, 5 Kalen, 5 1986 Kalen, 5 Kemp, 2.98 Kemp, 90.2 Kemp, 133 Kemp, 5 Maysonet, 5 1985 Kemp, 5 Jones, 1.96 Kalen, 61.1 Kemp, 691984 Schoenrock, 6 Ridge, 4.39 Kalen, 51.1 Kalen, 311983 Fontenot, 4 Fontenot, 3.49 Fontenot, 46.1 Walker, 28 Behrend, 4 1982 Fisher, 8 Walker, 3.28 Fisher, 74 Fisher, 581981 Callis, 7 Callis, 3.14 Zenner, 74.2 Zenner, 511980 Three w/ 3 Watson, 2.18 Fisher, 47.1 Fisher, 351979 Gordon, 3 Gordon, 6.88 Evins, 59.3 Evins, 421978 Gordon, 3 Gordon, 5.50 Gordon, 51.2 Mallicoat, 39 Mallicoat, 3 1977 Mallicoat, 6 Eble, 4.48 Mallicoat, 74 Mallicoat, 481976 Grimes, 6 Eble, 3.88 Eble, 68.1 Grimes, 401975 Moore, 5 Griffin, 2.22 Moore, 79.2 Moore, 531974 Moore, 9 Sullivan, 2.49 Moore, 69 Sullivan, 531973 Sullivan, 5 Ayer, 1.44 Sullivan, 72 Sullivan, 681972 Sullivan, 6 Sullivan, 1.94 N/A N/A1971 Bosse, 6 Price, 1.63 Bosse, 65.2 Bosse, 691970 Bishop, 6 Denham, 2.19 Powell, 49 Huffines, 35 Noffsinger, 351969 Malcolm, 6 Dickerson, 1.73 Malcolm, 54.1 Malcolm, 741968 Huffines, 3 Huffines, 1.03 Dickerson, 34.3 Dickerson, 31 Powell, 3 1967 Dickerson, 8 Dickerson, 1.45 Dickerson, 62 Dickerson, 661966 Pratt, 6 Pratt, 1.52 Pratt, 53.1 Pratt, 52

    Did You Know...Since 1975, Tennessee Tech pitchers have recorded six no-hit games, five one-hitters and 34 two-hitters. In addition to the no-hitters listed below, Kevin Kalen also pitched a no-hitter against Edinborough College. Tech won 23-0 in a game called after three innings, so Kalens third gem is not listed with the official no-hitters below.

    NO-HITTERS - Six timesGarrett Gordon vs. Wisconsin, 3/17/79 (7 innings)Joe Kelly vs. Lincoln Memorial, 4/28/85 (7 innings)Kevin Kalen vs. Cumberland University, 2/28/86 (7 innings)Kevin Kalen vs. West Florida, 3/20/87 (6 innings)Craig Humberd vs. Tennessee State, 3/28/92 (7 innings) Casey Bough vs. Valparaiso, 3/10/99 (7 innings)

    ONE-HITTERS - Five timesRalph Mallicoat vs. Milligan College, 4/21/75David Wilkinson vs. Tennessee State, 3/29/79 (7 innings)David Ridge vs. Austin Peay, 4/16/83 (7 innings)Jeff Stallcup vs. Tennessee State, 4/28/90 (7 innings) Ryan Dennick and A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. Southern Miss, 5/15/09 (7 Innings)

    TWO-HITTERS 38 times

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    Batting AverageMinimum 200 at bats 1) Chad Oberacker .395 2) Jim Whaley .3913) Chris King .3894) Ben Cunningham .388 5) Tim Taylor .383 6) Brent Carrier .381 7) Ryan Browning .376 8) Jeremy Bonczynski .369 9) Greg Stewart .363 10) Troy Martin .361

    Games Played1) Mike Meihls 216 2) Jesse Johnson 208 3) Chad Malone 204 4) Matt Ballard 198 Russ Stoops 198 6) Mark Maberry 190 7) Johnny Orr 189 8) Bobby Roberts 188 9) Scott Baerns 184 10) Steve Hawkins 182

    Times At Bat1) Mike Meihls 724 2) Chad Malone 667 3) Jesse Johnson 658 4) Matt Ballard 6525) Jake New 620 6) A.J. Kirby-Jones 596 7) Casey Benjamin 591 8) Mike Winchester 559 9)Taylor Ralph 55310) Derek Lane 548

    Runs Scored1) Chad Malone 1832) Scott Baerns 1613) Jesse Johnson 1484) Derek Lane 144 5) A.J. Kirby-Jones 143 Casey Benjamin 1437) Kevin Caroland 1418) Mike Meihls 1319) Chad Oberacker 130 10) Matt Ballard 129

    Hits1) Chad Malone 213 2) Casey Benjamin 2093) A.J. Kirby-Jones 207 4) Mike Meihls 204 Jake New 2046) Matt Ballard 1997) Jesse Johnson 1938) Scott Baerns 1899) Chad Oberacker 189 Russell Stoops 188

    Total Bases1) A.J. Kirby-Jones 409 2) Matt Ballard 3463) Mike Meihls 3274) Steve Hawkins 316 5) Casey Benjamin 3046) Chad Malone 3017) Jake New 2968) Mark Maberry 2949) Jeremy Bonczynski 28610) Bobby Morgan 281 Chad Oberacker 281

    Slugging Pct. Minimum 150 at bats1) A.J. Kirby-Jones .686 Jeremy Bonczyski .6863) Greg Stewart .6594) Matt Curtis .6475) Jim Whaley .6186) Chad Oberacker .5907) Greg Bennett .589 Troy Martin .5899) Matt Curtis .581 10) Steve Hawkins .580

    Doubles1) Mike Meihls 542) A.J. Kirby-Jones 493) Matt Ballard 47 Matt Curtis 47 5) Casey Benjamin 446) Jake New 417) Taylor Ralph 40 Chad Malone 409) Chad Oberacker 39 10) Mark Gilliam 38 Triples 1) Bill Maclin 162) Jesse Johnson 113) Mike Tipton 104) Chad Oberacker 9 Scott Baerns 9 Jake New 97) Barney Dickey 7 Rick Schubert 79) Taylor Ralph 6 Larry Smith 6 Steve Hawkins 6 Casey Benjamin 6 Josh Goodwin 6 Thomas Nelson 6

    Home Runs1) A.J. Kirby-Jones 252) Jeremy Bonczynski 32 Matt Ballard 32 Steve Hawkins 325) Bobby Morgan 28 Mark Maberry 287) Matt Attaway 248) Matt Curtis 229) Scott Walls 21 Derek Lane 21 Mike Meihls 21

    Runs Batted In1) A.J. Kiby-Jones 190 2) Mark Maberry 1533) Matt Ballard 1494) Mike Meihls 1485) Mike Tipton 1386) Steve Hawkins 1327) Bobby Morgan 1168) Jeremy Bonczynski 112 Derek Lane 11210) Casey Benjamin 110

    Toughest to K Minimum 150 at bats/Numbers indicate at bats per strikeout1) Jeff Lavender 26.52) Tim Taylor 25.93) Greg Thomas 24.84) Brent Carrier 22.15) Mike Winchester 18.66) Scott Hampton 16.37) Lowell Joiner 14.2 Mike Lewis 14.29) Chris Pickett 12.710) Michael Roeder 11.6 Stolen Bases 1) Tim Hill 78 Derek Lane 783) Mike Winchester 734) Tim Taylor 635) Scott Baerns 596) Kevin Caroland 577) Morris Irby 408) Lowell Joiner 38 Harold Smith 3810) Howard Aiello 36 Bill Maclin 36 Walks 1) Donley Canary 1342) A.J. Kirby-Jones 128 3) Chad Malone 1044) Derek Lane 975) Matt Ballard 96 Casey Benjamin 967) Kurt Kalen 908) Tate McMillan 86 9) Kevin Caroland 8510) Scott Baerns 84

    (Left) Life in the fast lane: Derek Lane is tied with 1984 teammate Tim Hill for the record of most stolen bases in a career with 78.

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    Appearances1) Matt Kearney 782) David Grigsby 70 Doug Vincent 70 4) Mike Jones 675) Justin Fields 666) Matt Chodak 657) Seth Edwards 64 8) Craig Humberd 619) Meachum Evins 5910) Todd Kemp 56

    Starts1) Craig Humberd 482) Todd Kemp 453) Kevin Kalen 414) Mike Claudio 395) Jeff Stallcup 386) Derek Hunley 357) Chris West 34 Joe Fisher 34 Ralph Mallicoat 3410) Erik Sabel 33

    Complete Games1) Todd Kemp 212) Erik Sabel 203) Craig Humberd 194) Jeff Stallcup 15 Joe Fisher 156) Derek Hunley 147) Kevin Kalen 13 Keith Hedrick 139) Chris West 12 Ron Dickerson 12

    Innings Pitched1) Craig Humberd 304.02) Todd Kemp 296.03) Erik Sabel 246.2 Jeff Stallcup 246.25) Mike Claudio 238.16) Kevin Kalen 234.07) Joe Fisher 228.08) Ralph Mallicoat 227.19) Chris West 220.010) Jake Edwards 215.1

    Lowest ERA Minimum 50 innings pitched1) Jerry Heard 60.1 1.792) Doris Sullivan 187.0 2.113) Randy Ayer 111.0 2.514) Dave Pratt 159.1 2.435) David Bosse 124.2 2.606) Ron Dickerson 138.2 2.667) Lee Henry 80.1 2.698) Rob Malcolm 88.0 2.869) Frank Cardwell 155.0 2.9010) Don Gorin 83.1 3.13 Strikeouts1) Todd Kemp 4082) Craig Humberd 2153) Dave Pratt 2104) Chris West 1875) Erik Sabel 1796) Jake Edwards 178 7) Doug Vincent 1778) Bubbie Buzachero 1759) Doris Sullivan 16910) Joe Fisher 166

    Most Strikeouts per 9 innings Minimum 50 strikeouts1) Todd Kemp 12.402) Rab Malcolm 10.633) David Quay 10.094) Mike Moore 9.605) Lee Henry 9.326) David Bosse 9.247) Ron Dickerson 9.168) Dave Pratt 9.049) Jim Ed Warden 8.9710) A.J. Kirby-Jones 8.69

    Highest K/Walk Ratio1) Doris Sullivan 3.382) David Bosse 2.983) Doug Vincent 2.654) Kevin Peterson 2.645) Matt Smith 2.586) Mark Maberry 2.417) Adam Liberatore 2.398) Michael Alcorn 2.389) Donnie Long 2.3710) Ron Dickerson 2.31

    Most Innings per HR allowed Since 19821) Michael Alcorn 19.032) Steve Haggard 19.003) Brantley Kilgore 17.004) Darryl Shockley 16.435) Adam Liberatore 15.476) Keith Hedrick 15.437) Zac Cole 15.008) Matt Smith 14.789) Rodney Przbylinski 14.1010) Michael Behrend 13.87

    Most HR allowed Since 19821) Craig Humberd 312) Don Maness 303) Kevin Kalen 294) Derek Hunley 265) Mike Claudio 25 Chris West 25 Jeff Stallcup 25 Justin Fields 25

    PITCHING LEADERS

    Ralph Mallicoat

    Mike Claudio

    Mark Maberry

    Michael Alcorn

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    W-L Pct./Career Minimum 10 decisions1) Danny Huffines 11-0 1.0002) Buck Jones 10-1 .9093) Dean Nichols 11-2 .846 Mike Moore 11-2 .8465) Don Cook 9-2 .8186) Doug Vincent 12-3 .800 Ryan Dennick 8-2 .8008) Lee Henry 9-3 .7509) Mark Maberry 14-5 .73610) Ron Dickerson 13-5 .722

    Victories1) Todd Kemp 22 Dave Pratt 223) Mike Claudio 204) Kevin Kalen 185) Jeff Stallcup 17 Joe Fisher 177) Ben Downs 15 Craig Humberd 15 Ralph Mallicoat 15 Mike Moore 15

    Saves1) Mike Jones 122) Mark Fontenat 93) Ryan Dennick 6 Tim Horn 6 Ryan Dennick 66) A.J. Kirby-Jones 5 Mark Maberry 5 Phil Dane 5 Meachum Evins 5 Joe Fisher 5

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    Triples 1) Bill Maclin (1971) 102) Chad Oberacker (2010) 5 Jesse Johnson (2000) 5 Aaron Leber (1999) 5 Larry Smith (1968) 5 Bill Maclin (1970) 5 Mike Tipton (1975) 5 Rick Schubert (1980) 58) Chad Oberacker (2009) 4 Earl Allen (1964) 4 Barney Dickey (1967) 4 Morris Irby (1970) 4 Tim Taylor (1981) 4 Scott Baerns (1985) 4 Steve Hawkins (1986) 4 Jake Allen (2001) 4 Ben Shannon (2003) 4 Jake New (2007, 2008) 4 Thomas Nelson (2008) 4 Chris King (2008) 4

    Walks 1) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 582) Chad Malone (1997) 513) Tate McMIllan (2010) 44 4) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2009) 42 Howard Aiello (1984) 426) Tim Taylor (1981) 407) Donley Canary (1974) 39 Tim Taylor (1982) 399) Troy Martin (1988) 38 Jeff Lavender (19) 38

    BATTING

    Matt Attaway

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    High Average Minimum 60 at bats 1) Scott Baerns (1988) .476 2) Chad Oberacker (2010) .4523) Tim Taylor (1981) .4384) Donley Canary (1976) .4295) Casey Benjamin (2003) .4186) Brent Carrier (1988) .4147) Mike Winchester (1975) .4138) Ryan Browning (1998) .4089) Troy Martin (1987) .39710) Bill Maclin (1970) .394

    Times At Bat1) Chad Oberacker (2910) 2392) Ben Cunningham (2001) 2373) Jeremy Boncynski (1997) 235 Travis Adams (1997) 2355) Jesse Johnson (2001) 2316) Jake New (2008) 229 7) Matt Curtis (2001) 227 Mark Gilliam (2001) 2279) Cole Helms (2002) 226 Chris King (2008) 226

    Runs Scored1) Chad Malone (1997) 772) Scott Baerns (1998) 76 3) Chad Oberacker (2010) 67 4) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 645) Thomas Nelson (2008) 60 Jeremy Bonczynski (1997) 607) Troy Martin (1988) 59 Thomas Nelson (2008) 599) Bobby Morgan (1998) 58 Matt Curtis (2001) 58

    Hits1) Chad Oberacker (2010) 108 2) Ben Cunningham (2001) 923) Scott Baerns (1988) 894) Chris King (2008) 885) Jeremy Bonczynski (1997) 846) Casey Benjamin (2003) 827) Jake New (2008) 81 8) Cole Helms (2002) 809) Chad Malone (1997) 7810) Matt Curtis (2001) 77

    Total Bases1) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 177 2) Chad Oberacker (2010) 165 3) Jeremy Bonczyski (1997) 1614) Mark Maberry (1997) 1435) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2009) 1396) Matt Attaway (1998) 1377) Ben Cunningham (2001) 1368) Scott Baerns (1998) 132 Matt Curtis (2001) 13210) Casey Benjamin (2003) 128

    Slugging Pct. Minimum 60 at bats1) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) .859 2) Greg Stewart (1983) .7553) Steve Hawkins (1986) .7384) Matt Curtis (2000) .7355) Jim Whaley (1963) .7306) Matt Attaway (1998) .7177) Larry Smith (1968) .7148) Derek Lane (1987) .7079) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2009) .706 Scott Baerns (1988) .706

    Doubles1) Chad Oberacker (2010) 292) Ben Cunningham (2001) 253) Matt Curtis (2000) 244) Matt Curtis (2001) 235) Craig Mullins (1996) 22 Mark Gilliam (2001) 227) Thomas Nelson (2008) 218) Ryan Browning (1998) 209) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 19 10) Gabe Zook (1999) 18 Troy Martin (1988) 18 Kurt Kalen (1991) 18 Matt Attaway (1998) 18

    Home Runs1) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 26 2) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2009) 20 Jeremy Bonczynski (1997) 204) Mark Maberry (1997) 175) Matt Attaway 156) Steve Hawkins (1986) 147) Nathan Marty (2005) 12 Matt Curtis (2000) 12 Jeremy Bonczynski (1996) 12 Scott Walls (1985) 12 Steve Hawkins (1987) 12 Derek Lane (1987) 12

    Runs Batted In1) Mark Maberry (1997) 742) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2010) 713) Chad Oberacker (2010) 704) A.J. Kirby -Jones (2009) 685) Jeremy Bonczynski (1997) 646) Brent Carrier (1998) 607) Mark Gilliam (2001) 59 Steve Soper (2007) 599) Matt Attaway (1994) 5810) Bobby Morgan (1997) 57

    Toughest to KMinimum 75 at bats (at bats/stikeout)1) Scott Hampton (1990) 50.42) Jeff Lavender (1989) 33.53) Greg Thomas (1981) 33.04) Tim Taylor (1981) 30.65) Brent Carrier (1988) 30.26) Donley Canary (1977) 27.27) Scott Wiles (1969) 25.4 Jerry Blevins (1964) 25.49) Mike Winchester (1975) 24.510) Jeff Lavender (1988) 22.5

    Stolen Bases 1) Tim Hill (1984) 472) Tim Taylor (1981) 413) Mike Winchester (1975) 404) Scott Baerns (1988) 355) Tim Hill (1983) 316) Lowell Joiner (1975) 23 Howard Aiello (1984) 23 Derek Lane (1984) 239) Tim Taylor (1982) 2210) Chad Rogers (2000) 21 Morris Irby (1970) 21 Derek Lane (1984) 21 Kevin Caroland (1988) 21

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    Most HR allowed(Since 1982)1) Joe Fellers (1999) 20 2) Aaron Olita (1999) 14 Chris West (1991) 14 Cole Helms (2002) 14 5) Erik Sabel (1994) 13 6) Clint Holloway (1998) 12 Donnie Long (2001) 12 Doug Vincent (2002) 12 Dusty Eubanks (2002) 12 10) Craig Humberd (1993) 11 Don Maness (1989) 11 Jeff Stallcup (1989) 11 Ben Downs (2002) 11Strikeouts

    1) Todd Kemp (1986) 133 2) Todd Kemp (1988) 132 3) Mark Maberry (1997) 108 4) Donnie Long (2001) 975) Lee Henry (2010) 85 6) Bubbie Buzachero (2001) 81 Ben Downs (2003) 818) Lee Henry (2009) 80 9) Mike Moore (1997) 79 Jim Ed Warden (2001) 79 Most Strikeouts per 9 innings (Minimum 30 innings pitched)1) Stephen Pryor (2010) 16.46 2) Todd Kemp (1988) 13.65 3) Todd Kemp (1986) 13.21 4) Rab Malcolm (1969) 12.26 5) Todd Kemp (1987) 11.29 6) Todd Kemp (1985) 10.35 7) Mike Moore (1997) 9.60 8) Ron Dickerson (1967) 9.589) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2009) 9.55 10) Ron Dickerson (1969) 9.52

    Highest K/Walk Ratio(Minimum 30 innings pitched)1) Matt Kearney (2008) 5.002) Doris Sullivan (1972) 4.00 Doris Sullivan (1973) 4.00 4) Ron Dickerson (1967) 3.88 5) Todd Kemp (1988) 3.77 6) Dusty Eubanks (2003) 3.69 7) David Bosse (1971) 3.45 8) Mark Maberry (1997) 3.08 9) Ben Downs (2003) 3.0010) Michael Alcorn (2008) 2.76

    Most Innings per HR allowed (Since 1982/Minimum 30 innings)1) Matt Smith (2007) 78.02) Dusty Eubanks (2003) 75.2 3) Jim Brown (1992) 45.2 4) Craig Humberd (1992) 42.85) A.J. Kirby-Jones (2008) 40.0 6) Matt Chodak (1994) 39.3 7) Chris West (1993) 38.08) Adam Liberatore (2008) 37.1 9) Keith Hedsdrick (1995) 33.1 10) Lynus Martin (1996) 33.0

    W-L Pct. (Minimum five wins) 1) Buck Jones 1.000 (8-0 in 1955) Charles Kinnamon 1.000 (5-0 in 1948) Danny Huffines 1.000 (5-0 in 1970) Jeff Stallcup 1.000 (5-0 in 1987) 5) Mike Moore .889 (8-1 in 1997) Dave Pratt .889 (8-1 in 1964) Ron Dickerson .889 (8-1 in 1967) 8) Dean Nichols .875 (7-1 in 1955) Don Gorin .875 (7-1 in 1961) 10) Mark Maberry .857 (12-2 in 1997) Don Cook .857 (6-1 in 1949) Doris Sullivan .857 (6-1 in 1972) Elmer Grimer .857 (6-1 in 1976)

    Victories1) Mark Maberry (1997) 12 2) Doug Vincent (2002) 103) Lee Henry (2010) 9 Lee Henry (2009) 9 Mike Moore (1974) 9 Todd Kemp (1988) 9 Mike Cladio (1988) 9 Ben Downs (2003) 9 9) Mike Moore (1997) 8 Buck Jones (1955) 8 Dave Pratt (1964) 8 Ron Dickerson (1967) 8

    Saves1) Mark Fontenot (1982) 7 2) Mike Jones (1985) 5 3) Stephen Pryor (2010) 4 Ralph Mallicoat (1976) 4 Tim Horn (1989) 4 Chad Heminover (1998) 4 Ryan Dennick (2008) 4 8) A.J. Kirby-Jones 3 Clint Holloway (1997) 3 Rick Griffin (1975) 3 Hugh Travis (1975) 3 Don Grimes (1976) 3 Joe Fisher (1980) 3 Meachum Evins (1981) 3 Mike Jones (1984) 3 Mike Jones (1986) 3 Mark Maberry (1995) 3

    Appearances1) Stephen Pryor (2010) 24 Doug Vincent (2001) 24 3) David Grigsby (2001) 23 David Jackson (2003) 23 Justin Fields (2005) 236) Matt Kearney (2008) 22 Mike Macchiaverna (1999) 22 Mike Jones (1985) 22 Bubbie Buzachero (2001) 22 Mike Fessler (2001) 22 Doug Vincent (2002) 22 Dusty Eubanks (2002) 22 Starts1) Matt Frey (1997) 15 Donnie Long (2001) 15 3) Mark Maberry (1997) 14 Todd Kemp (1986) 14 Craig Humberd (1991) 14 Donnie Long (2001) 14 Ben Downs (2002) 14 8) Adam Liberatore (2010) 13 Erik Sabel (1995) 13 Erik Sabel (1996) 13 Keith Hedrick (1996) 13 Jim Ed Warden (2001) 13 Matt Smith (2007) 13 Michael Alcorn (2008) 13

    Complete Games1) Mark Maberry (1997) 10 2) Erik Sabel (1995) 9 3) Erik Sabel (1996) 8 Todd Kemp (1988) 8 Joe Fisher (1982) 8 Craig Humberd (1992) 8 Dave Pratt (1974) 8 8) Keith Hedrick (1996) 7 Todd Kemp (1986) 7 Jeff Stallcup (1990) 7 Kevin Caroland (1990) 7 Chris West (1993) 7

    Innings Pitched1) Mark Maberry (1997) 104.0 2) Donnie Long (2001) 97.1 3) Matt Frey (1997) 96.24) Erik Sabel (1996) 93.2 5) Erik Sabel (1995) 93.1 6) Ben Downs (2003) 92.1 7) Todd Kemp (1988) 90.2 8) Donnie Long (2001) 90.1 9) Keith Hendrick (1996) 87.2 10) Todd Kemp (1988) 87.0

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    Lowest ERA (Minimum 30 innings pitched)1) Danny Huffines (1968) 1.03 2) Ron Dickerson (1967) 1.31 3) Randy Ayer (1973) 1.44 4) Dave Pratt (1966) 1.52 5) Tom Price (1971) 1.63 6) Ron Dickerson (1967) 1.73 7) Morris Irby (1969) 1.74 8) Jerrry Heard (1964) 1.79 9) Doris Sullivan (1973) 1.89 10) Jerry Gregg (1967) 1.90

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    Most Runs 34 (vs. Cumberland, 1949) 26 (vs. Tennessee State, 1988) Most Runs, Both Teams 39 (Tech 21, Trevecca 18, 1988) 39 (Tech 28, Austin Peay 11, 1951) Widest Margin of Victory 31 (Tech 34, Cumberland 3, 1949) 24 (Tech 26, Tenn. State 2, 1988) Most Hits 24 (vs. Carson-Newman, 4/20/89) 24 (vs. Western Carolina, 3/24/04) Most Doubles 9 (vs. Trevecca, 1982) 9 (vs. Georgia State, 4/18/01) Most Triples 3 (vs. Eastern Ky., 1968) 3 (vs. Austin Peay, 1970) Most Home Runs 7 (vs. Carson-Newman, 1989) Most Home Runs, Both Teams 10 (Tech 5, East Tennessee 5, 1983) Most Stolen Bases 11 (vs. Fisk, 1974)

    Most Runs Allowed 27 (vs. Trevecca, 1982)Most Hits Allowed 25 (vs. Trevecca, 1982)Most Strikeouts 19 (vs. Tennessee State, 1988)Most Walks 15 (vs. Middle Tennessee, 3/30/05) 15 (at Kentucky, 5/18/05)Most Home Runs Allowed 7 (vs. Morehead State, 1979)Widest Margin of Defeat 25 (vs. Carson-Newman (26-1), 1989)Most Runners Picked Off 3 (vs. Southeast Missouri (11-15), 2000)Most Wild Pitches 6 (vs. Jacksonville, 2000) 6 (vs. Murray State, 2005)Most Hit Batters 5 (vs. Western Kentucky, 2000) 5 (vs. Southeast Missouri, 2002)

    Lowest Earned Run Avg. 2.54 (1967)Highest Earned Run Avg. 7.99 (2005)Most Saves 14 (1976)Fewest Saves 0 (1992)Most Complete Games 23 (three)Most Innings Pitched 519.1 (2001)Fewest Innings Pitched 96.2 (1962)Most Hits Allowed 639 (2005)Most Runs Allowed 478 (1999)Most Earned Runs Allowed 397 (2005)Most Home Runs Allowed 83 (1999)Most Walks Issued 275 (2005)Fewest Walks Issued 73 (1961)Most Strikeouts 462 (2010, 2001)Fewest Strikeouts 50 (1962)Most Hit Batters 83 (2006)Fewest Hit Batters 4 (1973)Most Wild Pitches 78 (2007)Fewest Wild Pitches 6 (1983)Most Pickoffs 26 (2000)

    Highest Fielding Pct. .969 (2008)Lowest Fielding Pct. .913 (63, 72)Most Fielding Chances 2240 (1997)Most Putouts 1527 (1997)Most Assists 613 (1996)Most Errors 109 (1986)Most Double Plays 54 (1991)

    Most Games 63 (2001)Fewest Games 13 (1950)Most Games Won 39 (1997)Fewest Games Won 3 (1962)Most Games Lost 42 (2005)Fewest Games Lost 2 (1955)Most Consecutive Wins 9 (88, 96)Most Consecutive Losses 15 (1979)Highest Winning Pct. .895 (1955)Lowest Winning Pct. .135 (1979)Most One-Run Games 18 (1990)Most One-Run Victories 9 (84, 90)Most Shutout Victories 6 (1969)Most Shutout Losses 8 (1991)Most Shutouts, Both Teams 12 (1991)

    Highest Batting Average .337 (1998)Lowest Batting Average .222 (1979)Most At Bats 2081 (1997)Fewest At Bats 410 (1962)Most Runs 459 (2010)Fewest Runs 44 (1962)Most Hits 674 (1997)Fewest Hits 101 (1962)Most Extra-Base Hits 223 (1998)Fewest Extra-Base Hits 16 (1962)Most Total Bases 1067 (1997)Fewest Total Bases 127 (1962)Highest Slugging Pct. .546 (1998)Lowest Slugging Pct. .300 (1972)Most Singles 457 (1997)Fewest Singles 85 (1962)Most Doubles 153 (2001)Fewest Doubles 7 (1962)Most Triples 19 (1981)Fewest Triples 1 (1973)Most Home Runs 83 (1997)Fewest Home Runs 1 (1962)Most Runs Batted In 420 (2010)Fewest Runs Batted In 61 (1962)Most Walks 291 (1963)Fewest Walks 64 (1962)Most Strikeouts 480 (2001)Fewest Strikeouts 62 (1962)Most Times Hit By Pitch 89 (2001)Fewest Times Hit By Pitch 5 (1968)Most Stolen Bases 123 (1974)Fewest Stolen Bases 1 (1962)Highest Stolen Base Pct. .925 (1979)Lowest Stolen Base Pct. .583 (2002)

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    Highest Batting Average .527 by Ryan Shumate, 1961 Most Games Played 63 by Wes Dunn, 2001 63 by Mark Gilliam, 2001 Most At Bats 237 by Ben Cunningham, 2001 Most Extra Base Hits 77 by Chad Malone, 2000 Most Doubles 25 by Ben Cunningham, 2001Most Triples 10 by Bill Maclin, 1971Most Home Runs 26 by A.J. Kirby-Jones, 2010Most Runs Batted In 74 by Mark Maberry, 1997Most Stolen Bases 47 by Tim Hill, 1984Most Walks 58 by A.J. Kirby-Jones, 2010Most Strikeouts 63 by Matt Curtis, 2001Fewest Strikeouts (minimum 75 at bats) 3 by Emerson Wiles, 1969Most Sacrifices 13 by Craig Mullins, 1996Most Times Hit by Pitch 19 by Jesse Johnson, 2001Toughest to Strikeout 50.4 by Scott Hampton, 1990 (one K per 50.4 times at bat)

    Ben Shannon tied a school record by going the entire 2002 season without an error.

    Bill Maclin holds the school record for most triples in a season, hitting 10 in 1971.

    Individual/SeasonLowest ERA 1.28 by Dave Pratt, 1964Most Games 24 by Doug Vincent, 2001Most Games Started 15 by Matt Frey, 1997 15 by Donnie Long, 2001Most Complete Games 10 by Mark Maberry, 1997Most Wins 12 by Mark Maberry, 1997Most Losses 9 by Craig Humberd, 1991 9 by Justin Fields, 2005Most Saves 7 by Mark Fontenot, 1984Most Innings Pitched 104.0 by Mark Maberry, 1997Most Hits Allowed 119 by Matt Frey, 1997Most Home Runs Allowed 20 by Joe Fellers, 1999Most Strikeouts 133 by Todd Kemp, 1986Most Pickoffs 18 by Mike Fessler, 2001Most Wild Pitches 16 by Jim Ed Warden, 2001 16 by Blake Forst, 2007Most Hit Batters 18 by Justin Fields, 2006

    Most Chances 484 by Ben Cunningham, 2001Most Putouts 458 by Ben Cunningham, 2001Most Assists 178 by Craig Mullins, 1996 165 by Craig Mullins, 1995Most Errors 26 by Taylor Ralph, 1997 26 by Mark Gilliam, 2000Fewest Errors (min. 100 chances) 0 by Ron Shumate, 1961 0 by Ben Shannon, 2002 0 by Scott Dunham, 2006

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    Most At Bats 8 by Alex Henry/Ben Burgess vs. The Citadel, Feb. 28, 2009/Austin Wulf at UTM, May 15, 2019Most Runs Scored 6 by Chad Rogers vs. Appy State, 2000Most Hits 5 by 14 players * Last by Casanova Donaldson (5-for-5) vs. East Tennessee State, 4/1/09Most Runs Batted In 7 by Scott Baerns vs. No. Alabama, 1988 7 by Matt Ballard vs. Tennessee, 1988 7 by Carlos Martin vs. Morehead, 2003 6 by A.J. Kirby-Jones vs. Belmont, 3/11/09 6 by Ryan Hay vs. EKU, 2002 6 by Ben Shannon vs. Austin Peay, 2002Most Walks 4 by Tom Turner vs. Morehead, 1970 4 by Tim Taylor vs. St. Louis, 1981 4 by Jake Allen vs. Tenn. Wesleyan, 2002 4 by Chad Langston vs. Ga. So., 2001Most Strikeouts 5 by Michael Meihls vs. Miss. St., 2001 4 by Phil Wilbourn vs. Murray, 1963 4 by Chad Rogers vs. Jacksonville, 2000 4 by Ben Shannon vs. Vanderbilt, 2002 4 by Corey Kemp vs. Samford, 2005

    Most Pickoffs 3 by Mike Fessler vs. SEMO, 2000Most Innings Pitched 11.2 by Mike Moore vs. Austin Peay, 1975 11.0 by Matt Smith vs. SEMO, 2007Most Strikeouts 19 by Todd Kemp vs. Tennessee St., 1988Most Consecutive Strikeouts 8 by Jerry Heard vs. Middle Tenn., 1964Most Walks Issued 10 by Rab Malcolm vs. Morehead, 1970Most Wild Pitches 6 by B. Buzachero vs. Jacksonville, 2000Most Home Runs Allowed 5 by Ronnie Kelly vs. Tennessee St., 1978

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    AJoe Adams, 1967-69Kevin Adams, 1991Neale Adams, 1998-99 Robby Adams, 2004-05Terry Adams, 1972-74Travis Adams, 1997Jonathan Adcock, 1992Howard Aiello, 1983-84Michael Alcorn, 2005-09Justin Alexander, 2011-Clint Alexander, 2005-06Lynn Alexander, 1961David Allen, 2011-Earl Allen, 1964Jake Allen, 2000-02John Allen, 1977Honey Allmon, 1948-49Tristan Archer, 2010-Bill Armstrong, 1963-64Steve Arnette, 1987-90 Colt Ashman, 2004-05Greg Askins, 1974, 76Matt Attaway, 1997-98Ron Aydelott, 1980-81Randy Ayer, 1970-73

    BScott Baerns, 1985-88J.C. Bagley, 1970Matt Bailey, 1973-76Larry Bain, 1961-62Matt Ballard, 1989-92Steve Barr, 1965Don Bateman, 1981Alan Bates, 1982-83Rusty Bates, 1986-87Garret Baugh, 2011-Richard Baughner, 1961-64Sam Beatty, 1961-63Brad Beck, 2000John Beckman, 1974-76Rick Beddingfield, 1977Frankie Beech, 2010-Micheal Behrend, 1983Casey Benjamin, 2001-03Greg Bennett, 1985-88Nelson Bennett, 1961-63Tony Bertolino, 1964-67Wade Bilbrey, 2009Brett Bilodeau, 2003-04Jim Bishop, 1970Adam Black, 2005-06Nick Bledsoe, 1981-83Jerry Blevins, 1961-65Charlie Bolton, 2006Jer. Bonczynski, 1996-97

    Brandon Bornstein, 2005-06David Bosse, 1968-70Casey Bough, 1999David Bradley, 1985-87Ray Brake, 1984 Brian Brauss, 2004Billie Bray, 1972-76 Eric Brewer, 2004Steve Briley, 1963David Brinkley, 1994-95Jason Brooker, 1997-98Eric Brown, 1970-73Jim Brown, 1990-92Randall Brown, 2002Rob Brown, 1995-96Ryan Browning, 1997-98Bill Brunson, 1974Terry Bryant, 1967-69Randy Buckner, 1980Ray Buice, 1961Ben Burgess, 2009-Barry Burnett, 1984-85Tim Burnette, 1994-95Terry Burton, 1989Bubbie Buzachero, 2000-02

    CAndre Caballero, 1998Chris Cady, 1991Randy Callis, 1980-81Dirk Calvin, 1979-80Gary Campbell, 1962Greg Canada, 2003Donley Canary, 1974-77David Cantrell, 1979Frank Cardwell, 1961-63Kevin Caroland, 1987-90Larry Carr, 1973David Carrick, 1974Brent Carrier, 1988-89Eddie Carroll, 1972Dudley Carter, 1965Jonathan Casey, 1994Brent Chaffin, 1984-86Randy Chaffin, 1984-86Scott Chaffin, 1973Bill Cherry, 1961-62Heath Cheverton, 2009Chason Choate, 2007-10Matt Chodak, 1994-97 Todd Christiansen, 1971-72Kevin Cizmarik, 2004-06Steve Clapp, 1987-89Mike Claudio, 1985-88 Adam Cloar, 2004-06Britt Clubb, 2002-05Ed Clymore, 1961Daniel Cole, 2001

    Zac Cole, 2006-07Ron Coleman, 1992-94Wayne Coleman, 1965-66Mac Coley, 1974-75Cliff Collins, 1972-75Chris Combs, 1992Don Cook, 1948-49Marty Cook, 1974-75 Kyle Copeland, 2004Ricky Cox, 1984Mike Creech, 1988John Crook, 1967Brandon Crossman, 2008-10David Crutcher, 1970-71Ben Cunningham, 2000-01Matt Curtis, 2000-01

    DPhil Dane, 1976-78Mike Davidson, 1985-86Darren Davis, 1984Mark Davis, 1999Steve Davis, 1978Peewee Day, 1948John Deaton, 1964, 66Thomas DeBow, 1990Wayne Dedman, 1963Albert DelGaicco, 2011-Barry Denham, 1970-73Jeff Denney, 1994-96Ryan Dennick, 2008-09Chris Dennis, 2000Ron Dickerson, 1967-69Barney Dickey, 1966-69David Dillon, 1985-88Jared Dobbs, 2007-Casanova Donaldson, 2008-Ben Downs, 2002-03Terry Doyle, 1978-79Brian Driskell, 2003 J.D. Druckenmiller, 2004Buddy Duckett, 1962-63Brian Dudney, 1993-96Stan Duke, 1979Scott Dullworth, 1991Bill Dunaway, 1968Scott Dunham, 2005-07Paul Dunlap, 1971Wes Dunn, 1998-01Evan Dyer, 2008John Dykstra, 1993

    EJay Eble, 1976-77Ray Eble, 1949Cooper Eddy, 2003Jake Edwards, 2007-08

    Matt Edwards, 2004-05Seth Edwards, 2010-Bob Elkins, 1956Don Elkins, 1961Mark Elkins, 1985-88Darryl Eppley, 1985Dusty Eubanks, 2002-03Terry Evans, 1962Meachum Evins, 1978-81Josh Eye, 2003-04

    FRoger Farley, 1976Joe Fellers, 1998-99Mike Fessler, 2000-01Billy Field, 1967-69 Justin Fields, 2004-07Joe Fisher, 1979-82Zach Flynn, 2011-Steve Folkers, 2000-01Mark Fontenot, 1980-83Blake Forst, 2005-09Brent Frazier, 1992-93Evan Frazier, 2010-Grant French, 2003-04Matt Frey, 1996-97Terry Frye, 1970-73

    GBubba Gamble, 1978-79Chris Gant, 2003-05Red Gaylor, 1956John Geary, 1976Butch Gentry, 1971Dave Gibson, 1991Mark Gilliam, 2000-01Marshall Gilliam, 1992-93Jimmy Gipson, 1967Greg Glaser, 2010-Mike Glover, 1974-77Alex Gonzalez, 1996Josh Goodwin, 2006-07Garrett Gordon, 1977-80Don Gorin, 1961-62Chad Graves, 1992Thomas Gray, 2008Jamey Greene, 1997Jerry Gregg, 1967-68James Griffin, 1972-73Rick Griffin, 1981-82Dusty Griffith, 1993Jerred Griggs, 2009David Grigsby, 1999-02Elmer Grimes, 1976Mike Grooms, 1977-78Mike Guidara, 1970-73Scott Guinn, 1993-94

    Mike Winchester(1972-75)

    Derek Lane(1984-87)

    Steve Harrison(1962, 1964)

    Zephan Guyear, 2010-Ken Gwaltney, 1961-62 HSteve Haggard, 1992-94Marshall Hale, 1993Kent Hall, 1986-