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Memphis 4-13.indd
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
UCF Knights Baseball
GAMEDAY INFORMATION
Athletics Communications
Assistant Director, Baseball Contact: Brian Ormiston
P.O. Box 163555, Orlando, Fla. 32816
Office: (407) 823-2409 - Cell: (407) 920-1233 - E-mail: [email protected]
Next Game - vs. Memphis - April 13, 2008 - 12 p.m.
2008 Schedule/Results
February (5-0)
Feb. 22
Florida A&M^
Feb. 23
Florida A&M^
Feb. 24
Florida A&M^
Feb. 25
No. 5 Missouri^
Feb. 29
Central Michigan^
March (17-6)
March 1 Central Michigan#
March 2 Central Michigan^
March 4 Jacksonville^
March 5
at Jacksonville
March 7 Monmouth^
March 8 Monmouth^
March 9 Monmouth^
March 11 Pittsburgh^
March 12 at Stetson
March 15 Siena^
March 15 Siena^
March 16 Siena^
March 17 Wagner^
March 18 Wagner^
March 19 Wagner^
March 21 at Southern Miss*
March 22 at Southern Miss*
March 23 at Southern Miss*
March 25 North Florida^
March 26 at Florida Gulf Coast
March 28 East Carolina*#
March 29 East Carolina*#
March 30 East Carolina*#
April (3-6)
April 1
USF#
April 2
Florida Gulf Coast^
April 4
at Houston*
April 5
at Houston*
April 6
at Houston*
April 8
USF#
April 9
Stetson#
April 11 Memphis*#
April 12 Memphis*#
April 13 Memphis*#
April 15
at North Florida
April 18
at Marshall*
April 19
at Marshall*
April 20
at Marshall*
April 25 Rice*#
April 26 Rice*#
April 27 Rice*#
April 29
at USF
May (0-0)
May 2
at Tulane*
May 3
at Tulane*
May 4
at Tulane*
May 6
at USF
May 9
UAB*#
May 10
UAB*#
May 11
UAB*#
May 15
Clemson#
May 16
Clemson#
May 17
Clemson#
May 21-25 at C-USA Championships
(New Orleans, La.)
May 30
NCAA Tournament Begins
* - C-USA game
# - 740-AM Broadcast
^ - Internet-Only Broadcast
All times Eastern and are subject to change
W, 17-1
W, 16-2
W, 17-2
W, 10-9 (7)
W, 4-0
W, 10-5
W, 4-3
W, 5-4
L, 5-10
W, 10-2
W, 8-4
W, 5-4 (16)
W, 8-2
W, 7-3
W, 19-15
W, 9-6
W, 12-1
W, 6-0
W, 5-1
W, 9-3
L, 4-8
W, 15-4
L, 6-10
L, 5-8
W, 8-4
W, 3-2
L, 2-10
L, 1-10
L, 4-17
L, 4-6
L, 3-5
L, 1-10
L, 7-14
W, 6-3
W, 4-1
W, 10-6
L, 7-8 (11)
Noon
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
1 p.m.
10 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
1 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
TBA
vs.
Orlando, Fla. - Jay Bergman Field - April 13, 2008
Records:
Stadium:
Series:
Radio:
Video:
Live Stats:
Memphis - 13-20 Overall, 4-7 Conference USA
UCF - 25-12 Overall, 3-8 Conference USA
Jay Bergman Field (2,230)
Memphis leads, 7-2
740-AM - Play-by-Play: Marc Daniels
www.UCFAthletics.com
www.UCFAthletics.com
Projected Starters
Sunday, April 13
Year
MEM - Will Hudgens
Jr.
UCF - Carmine Giardina So.
L/R
R
L
W-L
1-3
2-1
ERA
4.96
8.24
G/GS
9/4
8/2
IP
32.2
19.2
R
20
21
ER
18
18
BB
16
15
K
37
28
Digging In
- Jay Bergman sits on 992 career wins at UCF.
- Eric Kallstrom is riding a 12-game hitting streak.
- Dwayne Bailey is a perfect 19-for-19 in stolen-base attempts.
- Bailey, Tyson Auer, Josh Siebenaler and Colin Arnold all have at least 10 steals this season.
On Deck for the Knights
Sunday will be the important rubber match between UCF
and Memphis, with first pitch slated to take place at noon at
Jay Bergman Field. Sophomore lefty Carmine Giardina (2-1,
8.24) will battle junior righty Will Hudgens (1-3, 4.96) to
determine who will take the series.
Upcoming Opponent
Memphis is 4-7 in league play and 13-20 overall following
Saturday’s extra-inning win. The Tigers were victims of nine
in a row before defeating Mississippi State in 10 innings April
8, but four of those losses were against ranked teams including three to Rice. Memphis has racked up 24 hits in the series vs. UCF this weekend, including five by Brett Bowen
and Robby Graham.
The Series
The Tigers have dominated the series with UCF and hold a
7-2 lead after the two teams split games one and two this
weekend. Memphis outscored the Knights 41-11 at Jay
Bergman Field in a three-game sweep in 2006. UCF then
defeated Memphis in game one last year in Tennessee before
losing three-straight, including a 12-6 decision in an elimination game in the C-USA Championship.
UCF vs. Memphis Game One Recap
Four first-inning runs enabled UCF to cruise to a 10-6 win
over Memphis April 11. All nine starters had a hit or a run
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
scored, as the Knights tied a season-high with 17 hits in the
victory. Eric Kallstrom and Evan Stobbs paced the offense
with four hits apiece, while Kyle Sweat picked up the win by
going 5.1 innings with five strikeouts.
UCF vs. Memphis Game Two Recap
Memphis jumped out to a 5-1 lead after the top of the second, but the Knights kept chipping away. Trailing 7-5 in the
ninth, Robert Lara tied it up with a one-out two-run single
into left to send it to extras. But the Tigers plated the eventual winning run in the 11th to capture an 8-7 win. UCF had
plenty of scoring chances throughout the game, however it
had a hard time delivering as it left 16 runners on base, and
hit into crucial double plays in the ninth and 11th innings.
Situational Hitting
While strong pitching typically provides UCF with victories,
the offense also needs to perform in the clutch. In 25 wins
this year, the Knights hit .340 with runners in scoring position, .347 with runners on base and held a 69.9 percentage
when getting the RBI with a runner at third and less than
two outs.
Conversely, in the 12 losses UCF went .204 with RISP, .269
with runners aboard and had a 54.5 percentage when attempting to get the RBI with a runner at third and less than
two away.
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April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
2008 Roster Information
No.
1
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
44
Name
Evan Stobbs
Tyson Auer
Eric Kallstrom
Nick Choto
Dwayne Bailey
Brandon Romans
Josh Siebenaler
Cody Allen
Cory Weech
Matt Lambert
Shane Brown
Mitch Houck
Kyle Mills
Caleb Graham
Stephen Branca
Chadd Hartman
Robert Lara
Ryan Richardson
Carmine Giardina
Austin Hudson
Matt Manning
Matt Goodyear
Colin Arnold
Kyle Sweat
Brian Griggs
Justin Weiss
Tim Russell
Kiko Vazquez
Mitch Herold
Chris Duffy
Jaager Good
Paul Cinder
Brennan Dobbins
Pos.
IF/RHP
OF
IF
IF
IF
C
IF/OF
RHP
RHP
OF
C/IF
LHP
IF
RHP
IF
OF
C
OF
LHP
RHP
RHP/OF
RHP
OF
RHP
LHP
RHP
C
IF
LHP
IF
RHP
RHP
RHP
B/T
R/R
R/R
R/R
S/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/R
R/R
L/L
R/R
R/L
R/R
L/R
R/R
L/L
L/R
R/R
R/R
R/R
Ht.
6-2
6-0
5-10
5-9
6-2
6-1
5-9
6-1
6-2
5-11
5-11
6-2
5-9
6-3
6-1
6-0
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-4
5-11
6-1
6-2
6-3
5-11
6-1
6-0
6-3
6-1
6-2
6-0
6-9
6-3
Wt.
215
190
180
160
185
220
165
200
200
180
195
220
160
195
175
200
215
195
210
185
180
195
195
225
195
205
215
235
200
215
190
235
200
Cl.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Hometown/Previous School
Myakka City, Fla./Sarasota
Longwood, Fla./Lake Mary
Southwest Ranches, Fla./Cypress Bay
Lecanto, Fla./Nova Southeastern
Tampa, Fla./South Florida CC
Cocoa, Fla./Birmingham-Southern
Mulberry, Fla./Polk CC
Orlando, Fla./Boone
Southwest Ranches, Fla./Broward CC
Chesterton, Ind./Chesterton
Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park
Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay
Palm Harbor, Fla./Dunedin
Lutz, Fla./Florida State
Valrico, Fla./Newsome
Windermere, Fla./Olympia
Fort Lauderdale, Fla./LSU
Lake Mary, Fla./Seminole CC
Valrico, Fla./Durant
Orlando, Fla./Boone
Melbourne, Fla./Brevard CC
Melbourne, Fla./Eau Gallie
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla./Daytona Beach CC
Apopka, Fla./Apopka
Melbourne, Fla./Alabama
Miami, Fla./Killian
Maitland, Fla./Polk CC
Sebring, Fla./Sebring
Merritt Island, Fla./Cocoa
Orlando, Fla./Cypress Creek
Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood
Longwood, Fla./Embry-Riddle
Longwood, Fla./Lake Brantley
Pronunciations
Tyson Auer .................................................. Hour
Stephen Branca..................................... BRANK-ah
Nick Choto ............................................CHO-toe
Carmine Giardina ............ CAR-mine GEE-ar-DEE-nah
Jaager Good ............................. Rhymes with dagger
Mitch Houck .............................................Howck
Eric Kallstrom ..................................... CAL-strom
Robert Lara.............................................. LAR-ah
Josh Siebenaler ................................. SEE-ben-all-er
Kiko Vazquez ................................. KEE-ko VAS-kez
By Eligibility
Seniors (8)
Tyson Auer, Dwayne Bailey, Paul Cinder, Jaager Good,
Brian Griggs, Matt Lambert, Ryan Richardson, Tim Russell
Juniors (13)
Colin Arnold, Nick Choto, Caleb Graham, Chadd Hartman, Mitch Herold, Eric Kallstrom, Robert Lara, Matt
Manning, Brandon Romans, Josh Siebenaler, Kyle Sweat,
Kiko Vazquez, Justin Weiss
Sophomores (8)
Shane Brown, Chris Duffy, Carmine Giardina, Matt Goodyear, Mitch Houck, Austin Hudson, Kyle Mills, Cory
Weech
Freshmen (4)
Cody Allen, Stephen Branca, Brennan Dobbins, Evan Stobbs
Head Coach: #2 Jay Bergman (Rollins College, ‘59), 26th season at UCF
Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Pitching Coach: #38 Craig Cozart (UCF, ‘96), 12th season at UCF
Assistant Coach/Hitting Coach: #23 Bryan Peters (USF, ‘97), Second season at UCF
Volunteer Assistant Coach: #39 Rich Wallace (UCF, ‘04), Third season at UCF
Director of Baseball Operations: Matt Horwath, First season at UCF
UCF Quick Facts
General Information
City/Zip ............................... Orlando, Fla. 32816
Founded ...................................................1963
Enrollment ............................................ 48,897
Nickname ..............................................Knights
School Colors ............................... Black and Gold
Affiliation ..................................NCAA Division I
Conference ................................ Conference USA
President .................................... Dr. John C. Hitt
Director of Athletics ...................... Keith R. Tribble
Athletics Department Phone .............. 407-823-4114
Ticket Office Phone......................... 407-823-1000
Website............................www.UCFAthletics.com
Baseball Information
Home Field ...............................Jay Bergman Field
Capacity ..................................................2,230
Surface ......................................... Natural Grass
Dimensions ......................... 325-375-400-375-325
Press Box Phone ............................407-UCF-HITS
First Year of Baseball ....................................1973
No.Years in CWS/Last ................................ None
Years in NCAA Regional/Last .................... 9/2004
Last Postseason Opponent ................... Florida State
Result ............................................... Lost, 19-3
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Streaking Kallstrom
Shortstop Eric Kallstrom enters Sunday with a 12-game hitting streak on the line. During the stretch, the junior has batted .392 (20-for-51) with five doubles, a homer and seven
RBI. Earlier this year, Kallstrom recorded a 14-game hitting
streak.
A Look at UCF’s Victories
So far in 2008, UCF has played and defeated seven different
teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament a year ago:
Missouri 1-0, Monmouth 3-0, Stetson 2-0, Jacksonville 1-1,
Southern Miss 1-2, East Carolina 1-2 and Memphis 1-1.
Eric and Evan Equals Eight Hits
Eric Kallstrom and Evan Stobbs both set career-highs against
Memphis April 11. The duo each notched four hits in the
win, while Kallstrom scored three runs and Stobbs amassed
three RBI. Combined, they racked up eight of UCF’s 17 hits
on the night.
Completely Herold
After last year witnessed no UCF starter toss a complete
game, Mitch Herold broke that trend April 9 vs. Stetson.The
junior southpaw hurled a three-hitter to defeat the Hatters,
4-1, matching a career-high with nine strikeouts while walking only one. He also set a personal best with his 9.0-inning
performance, as his previous career-long outing was 7.0 innings. Herold finished his victory with just 101 pitches.
No. 200
Senior Tyson Auer became just the 15th player in UCF history to record 200 hits in a Black and Gold uniform when
he posted a single against Stetson April 9. The center fielder
now needs just 12 hits to crack the top 10.
Timpner Takes a Trip - To the Majors
Former UCF Knight Clay Timpner (2002-04) got the call
he has been waiting for since being drafted by San Francisco
in the 2004 MLB Draft. The outfielder was called up from
Triple-A to the Giants on April 8, and proceeded to board a
plane and head to California to suit up with the major league
club as it prepared to battle the Padres that night. After nine
innings went by and the score knotted at 2-2, Timpner was
sent in to left field as a defensive replacement, and even
though he struck out in his first MLB plate appearance, the
Giants won 3-2 in the bottom of the 11th. Timpner previously spent four years in the minors, including all of last
season with the Triple-A Fresno Grizzlies.
Allen Wrangles the Bulls
Nerves could have gotten the better of freshman Cody Allen
as he went out for his first collegiate start vs. USF April 8.
But instead he put on a show, tossing 8.0 innings with six
strikeouts, no walks and just three runs against him to pick
up the victory. The righty scattered six hits on 110 pitches en
route to becoming just the second Knight this year to last at
least 8.0 innings in a start.
Granny Time
It can always be a bold move when coaches insert a new stick
into the cleanup spot in the batting order. But Robert Lara
immediately ensured that he would not let his team down
when he batted fourth for the first time against USF April
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
Career Records
Tr i p l e s
1. Alex Morales (1993-95) .........................20
Chad Mottola (1990-92) ........................20
Vince Zawaski (1985-88) .......................20
4. Ty Lynch (1991-92) ..............................18
5. Tim Foskett (1980-83) ..........................17
6. Clay Timpner (2002-04) ........................14
Tim Barker (1984-85) ...........................14
8. Kenneth Wright (1982-85) .....................13
9. Mark Maloney (1985-86) .......................12
Tyson Auer (2005-Pres.) ......................... 12
Hit By Pitch
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Ryan Bono (2003-06) ............................50
Rich Wallace (2000-03) .........................46
Dee Brown (2002-05) ...........................45
Mike Myers (2000-02) ..........................28
KikoVazquez (2006-Pres.) ..................... 24
Matt Horwath (2005-07)........................22
Matt Bowser (1998-00) .........................21
Brett Barker (1991-92) ..........................21
9. Nathan Kragt (2002-03) .........................20
10. Brad King (1994-96) .............................15
Eric Golden (1991-94) ..........................15
Shane Brown (2007-Pres.) ..................... 15
Home Game Information
Interviews
Coach Bergman and his staff are available for interviews on weekday mornings during the season and
after Knights’ practices. The availability of players
depends on class schedules during the week, but
they will also be on hand for up to 30 minutes before and after each practice. All coach and player
interview requests must go through Brian Ormiston in the UCF Athletics Communications Office. Please give at least 24 hours advance notice
for all interview requests. The coaching staff and
players will be available for postgame interviews
approximately 10 minutes after home games in the
entrance to the batting cages down the right-field
line.
Photographers
All photographers must stay on the media berm or
shoot from the concourse. No cameras or photographers will be permitted on the playing field.
Radio
All radio stations must follow the procedures above
for obtaining media passes. UCF provides two lines
for radio stations from visiting schools wishing to
broadcast from Jay Bergman Field. Lines for conference opponents are provided on a reciprocal
basis.
Parking
Media parking is available in Garage F next door to
Jay Bergman Field. Please contact Brian Ormiston
in the UCF Athletics Communications Office to
obtain gameday passes.
Sacr ifice Flies
Sacr ifice Hits
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dee Brown (2002-05) ...........................27
Scott Loubier (1993-96) ........................15
Mark Maloney (1985-86) .......................11
Drew Butera (2003-05) .........................10
Dustin Brisson (1997-00) .......................10
Eric Riggs (1996-98).............................10
Wayne Schulz (1984-85) ........................10
8. Marshall Bernhard (2004-05) ................... 9
Mike Fox (1998-01)............................... 9
Matt Bowser (1998-00) .......................... 9
Jeremy Frost (1999-02) .......................... 9
-- Tyson Auer (2005-Pres.) ...........................8
-- KikoVazquez (2006-Pres.) .......................7
1. Odie Koehnke (1984-87) .......................26
2. Tim Foskett (1980-83) ..........................25
3. Drew Butera (2003-05) .........................22
Rookie Gage (1994-95) .........................22
Tony Marrillia (1992-95)........................22
6. Vince Zawaski (1985-88) .......................18
7. Dwayne Bailey (2007-Pres.) ................... 17
8. Eric Golden (1991-94) ..........................15
9. Frank Fucile (1993-94, 96-97) .................15
Carlos Agurto (1988-89) ........................15
Hal Staats (1977-79) .............................15
-- Tyson Auer (2005-Pres.) ......................... 14
-- Eric Kallstrom (2006-Pres.) ................... 12
Stolen Bases
Saves
1. Tim Barker (1984-85) ......................... 144
2. Tim Foskett (1980-83) ..........................92
3. Matt Ray (2004-06) ..............................76
Clay Timpner (2002-04) ........................76
5. Tyson Auer (2005-Pres.) ......................... 74
6. Tim Boeth (1998-99) ............................70
7. Mike Myers (2000-02) ..........................69
8. Tony Marrillia (1992-95)........................68
Vince Cangelosi (1985)..........................68
10. Alex Morales (1993-95) .........................66
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
8. Following two singles and a walk to start the first inning,
Lara hammered the first pitch he saw over the left-field wall
for his second grand slam of the year. The home run provided UCF with the 4-0 lead and the Knights had no trouble
holding onto the lead in the 6-3 win.
they may feel really good about themselves. However many
times their winning attitude turns into frustration as Houck
has racked up six pickoffs this season with his dynamic move
to first base. The lefty has 15 for his career, including two in
2007 before he earned a medical redshirt.
Lara became the first UCF Knight since 2005 to hit at least
two grand slams in the same season (Dee Brown had three).
Fans Taking Notice
A total of 3,709 fans flocked to Jay Bergman Field for the
East Carolina series, which ranked as the third-largest attended series in stadium history. The crowd of 1,490 for
game two stands as the 11th largest at The Berg.
Laying Them Down
Going through a period where it had just two sacrifice bunts
in its previous nine games, UCF was going to make sure
that would change against USF April 8. However, the results
were even better than it planned. The Knights laid down five
bunts, four of which were singles and another a sac bunt by
Dwayne Bailey. Ryan Richardson had two of those bunt singles as UCF’s use of the small ball paid off in a 6-3 win.
Stobbs Clobbers
In just his third UCF start and first at first base, freshman
Evan Stobbs crushed Houston pitching April 6. He opened
up his afternoon with a sacrifice fly to deep center in the second inning, ripped a single off the pitcher and scored a run
in the fourth, drilled a two-run homer in the fifth and lined a
single through the left side in the seventh. Stobbs completed
his start 3-for-4 with four RBI and two runs scored, while
his home run was the first of his college career.
Lara’s Likes the Lone Star
Robert Lara brought more than just his catching gear to
Houston April 4-6, he added an impressive stick. The junior
went 6-for-10 (including a start at DH in the series finale)
with a run scored and an RBI vs. the Cougars.
Giving Himself Up
Senior Dwayne Bailey may only be in his second year with
the Knights, but has laid down 17 career sacrifice bunts, including six this season. Those 17 sac hits rank seventh on the
UCF all-time chart.
Jason Arnold (1998-01) .........................27
Brian Huie (1990-92) ............................21
Zach Sutton (1999-02) ..........................14
Justin Weiss (2006-Pres.)........................ 13
Dominic Petracca (2005-06) ...................12
Jason Schlutt (1992-93) .......................... 9
John Foran (1994-95) ............................. 8
Rich Polak (1986-89) ............................. 7
Brian Brooks (2004-07) .......................... 6
Jeff Johnson (1987-88) ........................... 6
That attendance did not come close to the turn out just three
days later against USF April 1. From 2002-07, Jay Bergman
Field’s record of 2,170 set on opening day in 2001 was never
broken. However, a standing-room only crowd of 2,397 witnessed the Knights clash with the Bulls April 1 to break the
old attendance record by 227. It was just the second time
more than 2,000 fans took in a ballgame at UCF.
A Glimpse into the Future
UCF’s 2009 recruiting class was ranked at No. 7 in the country by Perfect Game, the highest ranking under recruiting
coordinator Craig Cozart. The position also was the highest
of any C-USA program. The Knights signed 14 players for
next season and all of them hail from the state of Florida.
Sitting Them Down the Easy Way
UCF pitchers have racked up 380 strikeouts this season, led
by Mitch Houck’s 56 Ks. In all, 13 different Knights have
double-digit strikeout totals, as the staff is averaging 10.24
strikeouts per nine innings.
A Look Ahead
This week marks the end of UCF playing five games a week,
as the Knights will have just one midweek game after the
Memphis series. The Black and Gold will travel to Jacksonville to meet up with North Florida Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Picking a Winner
When opposing hitters get to first base against Mitch Houck,
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
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April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
The Comparison (Memphis leads, 7-2)
Conference USA
Standings
Rice
Houston
East Carolina
Tulane
Southern Miss
Marshall
Memphis
UCF
UAB
W
9
6
7
4
5
4
4
3
1
C-USA
L T
2 0
2 0
4 0
3 1
4 0
6 1
7 0
8 0
7 0
Overall
W L T
26 10 0
21 12 0
25 9 0
24 10 1
22 11 0
14 18 1
13 20 0
25 12 0
14 19 0
Up Next for C-USA
Friday, April 11
Memphis 6 at UCF 10
Marshall 4 at East Carolina 6
UAB 11 at Rice 13
Arkansas State 3 at Southern Miss 6
Tulane 3 at Houston 4
Saturday, April 12
UAB 4 at Rice 11
Arkansas State 7 at Southern Miss 8
Memphis 8 at UCF 7
Marshall 3 at East Carolina 4
Tulane 7 at Houston 5
Sunday, April 13
Memphis at UCF
Marshall at East Carolina
UAB at Rice
Tulane at Houston
Arkansas State at Southern Miss
Tuesday, April 15
Marshall at Eastern Kentucky
Houston at Stephen F. Austin
Memphis at Murray State
East Carolina at NC State
UAB at Kennesaw State
Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane
UCF at North Florida
Rice at Texas A&M
Miss. Valley State at Southern Miss
25-12 .......................................................Overall Record .....................................................13-20
3-8 ...................................................... Conference Record .....................................................4-7
Jay Bergman (26th year)...................................Head Coach .......................Daron Schoenrock (Fourth year)
Hitting/Fielding Categories
.313 .................................................... Team Batting Average .................................................. .251
7.50 .........................................................Runs Per Game....................................................... 5.09
11.16 ....................................................... Hits Per Game ....................................................... 8.64
79 .............................................................Stolen Bases............................................................35
172 ................................................................ Walks .............................................................. 150
245 ............................................................. Strikeouts ........................................................... 272
.968 ..................................................... Fielding Percentage ................................................... .965
Pitching Categories
4.96 ............................................................ Team ERA .......................................................... 4.81
8 ....................................................................Saves .................................................................. 6
146 ................................................................ Walks .............................................................. 146
380 ............................................................. Strikeouts ........................................................... 277
.273 ................................................. Opposing Bating Average ............................................... .286
36 ............................................................ Wild Pitches ...........................................................24
National Polls
Noon
1 p.m.
1 p.m.
2 p.m.
2 p.m.
3 p.m.
4 p.m.
4 p.m.
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
Collegiate Baseball
Newspaper - April 7
1) Florida State
2) Miami, Fla.
3) Arizona State
4) North Carolina
5) Wichita State
6) Nebraska
7) California
8) UC Irvine
9) Kentucky
10) Georgia Tech
11) Georgia
12) Texas A&M
13) Rice
14) Texas
15) South Carolina
16) Missouri
17) Stanford
18) Cal State Fullerton
19) Houston
20) San Diego
21) Long Beach State
22) St. John’s
23) Vanderbilt
24) Florida
25) Virginia
26) UNC Charlotte
27) UNC Wilmington
28) East Carolina
29) Southern Miss
30) Mississippi
Baseball America
Top 25 - April 7
1) Miami, Fla.
2) Arizona State
3) Florida State
4) North Carolina
5) California
6) Nebraska
7) UC Irvine
8) Missouri
9) Wichita State
10) Stanford
11) Rice
12) Texas
13) San Diego
14) Georgia
15) South Carolina
16) Cal State Fullerton
17) Kentucky
18) Mississippi
19) Vanderbilt
20) Long Beach State
21) Oklahoma State
22) UNC Wilmington
23) Michigan
24) Coastal Carolina
25) Florida
UCF
in the 2008 Rankings
Collegiate Baseball
Baseball America
Newspaper
March 3 - No. 25
March 10 - No. 20
March 17 - No. 16
March 24 - No. 19
March 31 - No. 25
Single-Season Records
Hit By Pitch
1. Ryan Bono (2005) ................................18
2. Dee Brown (2005) ...............................17
3. Ryan Bono (2004) ................................16
Rich Wallace (2002) ..............................16
Rich Wallace (2000) ..............................16
6. Nathan Kragt (2003) .............................15
7. Kiko Vazquez (2007) .............................13
8. Four tied with .....................................12
Shane Brown (2008) .............................. 12
4
Top 25
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USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll - April 7
1) Miami, Fla.
2) Florida State
3) Arizona State
4) North Carolina
5) Wichita State
6) Nebraska
7) UC Irvine
8) California
9) Rice
10) Texas
11) Texas A&M
12) Missouri
13) Kentucky
14) South Carolina
15) Stanford
16) Long Beach State
17) Vanderbilt
18) Mississippi
19) Georgia Tech
20) Cal State Fullerton
21) Florida
22) Coastal Carolina
23) Georgia
24) Virginia
25) Oklahoma State
NCBWA
Poll - April 7
1) Miami, Fla.
2) Florida State
3) Arizona State
4) North Carolina
5) Wichita State
6) UC Irvine
7) Rice
8) Texas A&M
9) Kentucky
10) South Carolina
11) Texas
12) Missouri
13) Vanderbilt
14) Nebraska
15) Cal State Fullerton
16) Long Beach State
17) California
18) San Diego
19) Virginia
20) Oklahoma State
21) Coastal Carolina
22) Arizona
23) Mississippi
24) Georgia
25) Georgia Tech
26) Stanford
27) Clemson
28) UNC Wilmington
29) Florida
30) Baylor
UCF ReceivingVotes
USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll
March 3 - RV (No. 39)
March 10 - RV (No. 34)
March 17 - RV (No. 27)
March 24 - RV (No. 30)
March 31 - RV (No. 45)
NCBWA
Poll
March 3 - RV
March 10 - RV
March 17 - No. 30
March 24 - RV
March 31 - RV
April 7 - RV
Sacr ifice Flies
1. Dee Brown (2004) ...............................11
Mark Maloney (1985) ...........................11
3. Dee Brown (2003) ................................ 8
Greg Pacitti (1997) ................................ 8
5. Chad Ehrnsberger (2001) ........................ 7
Scott Loubier (1994).............................. 7
Tim Barker (1985) ................................ 7
8. Four tied with ...................................... 6
-- Brown, Richardson, Siebenaler (2008) .......4
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
Head Coach Jay Bergman
Jay Bergman not only built UCF into a championship program when he joined the Knights in 1983,
he continued that tradition into the 21st century.
Bergman, a consistent winner throughout his decorated coaching career, has turned UCF into one of
the 30 winningest programs in the NCAA in the
2000s. The dean of all UCF coaches, Bergman has
the most wins of any coach at UCF, as he leads the
Black and Gold for his 26th season in 2008.
Under Bergman, UCF has qualified for nine NCAA
Regional berths and won six Atlantic Sun titles (the
most of any coach or conference team) before joining Conference USA in 2006. The skipper was named the 1995 Atlantic Region
Coach of the Year, while also being selected as a two-time Atlantic Sun Coach of
the Year (2001, 2002).
In 2001 Bergman received the greatest gift of all for all his hard work and
dedication, a brand new state-of-the-art facility which bears his name. In
2001, UCF dominated its opponents at the new ballpark going 30-7, including a 19-1 start, with a .331 batting average and a 2.95 ERA inside the
friendly confines of Jay Bergman Field.
Bergman began his coaching career with a seven-year stint at Seminole Community College in nearby Sanford, where his teams posted an overall record
of 180-79 (.695). Beginning in 1968, Bergman’s teams qualified for six consecutive state tournaments and he was a three-time Division II coach of the
year. He departed SCC after the 1973 season for a three-year assistant coaching stint at Florida before taking the head coaching reigns in 1976.
The University of Florida can thank Jay Bergman for its baseball program’s
success, as he brought the Gators into the national spotlight with their first
ever NCAA Regional appearance during his tenure at UF. Bergman left Florida with the highest winning percentage in school history (216-113, .657). In
his first 13 years of coaching, 57 of his former players went on to the professional ranks (21 SCC, 36 Florida).
Over Bergman’s 38-year head coaching career, many of his former players
have earned national, regional and conference honors for academic and athletic excellence. More than 100 of Bergman’s former players have signed professional contracts and 10 of those players, including five first-round selections, have played in the major leagues.
Fourteen UCF players had been recognized as All-Americans in one form or
another. In 2004, Matt Fox, Kyle Bono, Taylor Meier and Clay Timpner all
collected All-America honors.
Bergman’s players are recognized off the field as well. In 2007, 16 Knights
earned a spot on C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, which included Nick
Choto receiving the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal for having a
GPA of 3.75 or higher. That came after a 2006 campaign in which 14 student-athletes received honor-roll accolades. In 2002, 13 players were named
to the A-Sun All-Academic Team. In 2001, Chad Ehrnsberger became the
first athlete in UCF sports history to earn first-team Academic All-American
status. Ehrnsberger and Bill Oakley were also regionally recognized. In 1998,
Matt Lubozynski was a second team Academic All-American.
Bergman received his master’s of science degree in sociology from Appalachian State in 1966 and his undergraduate degree in history/government
from Rollins College in 1963.
A member of the Rollins College, UCF, Winter Park High School and Richmond County (Va.) Baseball Coaches Halls of Fame, Bergman is a popular
clinician at various camps and events around the country and has also participated in the NCAA Youth Education through Sports baseball clinic at the
College World Series in Omaha.
Bergman has a wife Sherry, and four children, Jay, Jr., Catherine, Michael
and Tiffany. Jay, Jr. played for the Knights from 1983-84 during his father’s
first two seasons at UCF.
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
The Bergman File
- Head coach Jay Bergman is only eight victories shy of reaching the 1,000-win plateau
in 26 seasons with the Knights.
- For his career, Bergman currently ranks 17th on the NCAA Division I all-time coaching
list with 1,208 victories. Here is where he stands in the history books...
Rank
14.
15.
16.
17.
Coach
Richard Jones (1966-68, 70-05)
Jim Dietz (1972-02)
Al Ogletree (1959-97)
Jay Bergman (1976-81, 83-current)
Career Victories
1,242
1,230
1,217
1,208
Born: February 6, 1939
High School: Winter Park High School
College Education: Rollins College, 1963; BA in history/government
Appalachian State (N.C.), 1966; MS in sociology
Coaching Career:
Head Coach, Seminole Community College, 1967-1973
Assistant Coach, University of Florida, 1973-1975
Head Coach, University of Florida, 1976-1981
Head Coach, UCF, 1983-Present
Wife: Sherry
Children: Jay, Catherine, Mike & Tiffany
Year-by-Year Record
at Seminole Community College (180-79)
Year
Overall
Win%
1967
6-8
.429
1968
17-13
.567
1969
32-6
.842
1970
30-11
.732
1971
28-12
.700
1972
34-15
.694
1973
33-14
.702
Totals
180-79
.695
at Florida (216-113)
Year
Overall
Win%
Conference
Win%
1976
21-27
.438
10-13 (SEC)
.435
1977
39-18
.684
14-9 (SEC)
.609
1978
34-15
.694
18-4 (SEC)
.818
1979
40-20
.667
16-8 (SEC)
.667
1980
40-16
.714
16-8 (SEC)
.667
1981
42-17 *^
.712
16-7 (SEC)
.696
Totals
216-113
.656
90-49
.647
at UCF (992-587-3)
Year
Overall
Win%
Conference
Win%
1983
28-27-1
.509
11-10 (SSC)
.524
1984
34-29-1
.539
9-19 (SSC)
.321
1985
52-34-1
.603
Independent
1986
46-13
.780
Independent
1987
33-27
.542
Independent
1988
40-20
.667
Independent
1989
42-22 ^
.656
Independent
1990
40-20
.667
Independent
1991
41-21
.661
10-8 (American South) .555
1992
35-23
.603
9-11 (Sun Belt)
.450
1993
31-31 #^
.500
9-9 (A-Sun)
.500
1994
29-26
.527
8-10 (A-Sun)
.444
1995
49-13 #^
.790
23-7 (A-Sun)
.766
1996
43-22 #^
.662
9-9 (A-Sun)
.500
1997
40-24 #^
.625
7-10 (A-Sun)
.412
1998
41-21
.661
14-7 (A-Sun)
.667
1999
38-21
.644
19-11 (A-Sun)
.633
2000
43-19^
.694
22-5 (A-Sun)
.875
2001
51-14#^
.786
22-5 (A-Sun)
.875
2002
41-22#^
.651
23-7 (A-Sun)
.767
2003
31-25
.554
14-16 (A-Sun)
.467
2004
47-18 ^
.723
24-6 (A-Sun)
.800
2005
42-18
.700
19-11 (A-Sun)
.633
2006
23-33
.411
5-19 (C-USA)
.208
2007
27-32
.458
7-17 (C-USA)
.292
2008
25-12
.676
3-8 (C-USA)
.273
Totals
992-587-3
.628
243-199
.550
Career
1,208-700-3
.633
333-258
.563
* - SEC Champions # - A-Sun Champions ^ - NCAA Regional Appearance
5
April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
The Last Time
A UCF Batter Had ...
Pinch Hit Home Run
Ryan Williams vs. #15 TCU (2/10/07)
Leadoff Home Run
Matt Ray at Marshall (3/13/06)
Back-to-Back Home Runs
Chris Duffy and Ryan Richardson, fourth inning, #5 Missouri (2/25/08)
Inside the Park Home Run
Blaine Schulte vs. Monmouth (Game 2, 3/1/03)
Two Home Run Game
Chris Duffy vs. #5 Missouri (2/25/08)
Three Home Run Game
Chad Ehrnsberger at Samford (4/6/01)
Grand Slam
Robert Lara vs. USF (4/8/08)
Walk-Off Home Run
Ryan Bono vs. Siena (3/18/06)
Walk-Off Hit
Single, Eric Kallstrom vs. Monmouth (3/9/08)
Walk-Off Walk/Hit By Pitch/Error Walk, Eric Kallstrom vs. Monmouth (3/3/07)
Five-Hit Game
Dwayne Bailey vs. Florida A&M (2/22/08)
Six-Hit Game
Eric Riggs vs. Stetson (4/10/98)
Four-Double Game
Dave DiNatale vs. Monmouth (3/3/06)
Three-Triple Game
Wayne Gardner vs. Florida Memorial (1979)
Two-Triple Game
Drake Wade vs. Wagner (3/17/04)
Five-Run Game
Chad Ehrnsberger at Samford (4/6/01)
Eight-RBI Game
George Cox vs. Charleston Southern (2/26/02)
Seven-RBI Game
Chad Ehrnsberger vs. St. Joseph’s (3/5/01)
Six-RBI Game
Kiko Vazquez vs. Maryland (2/17/07)
Hit for the Cycle
Matt Horwath vs. Tulane (4/27/07)
Stole Three Bases
Tyson Auer vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
Stole Four Bases
Tyson Auer vs. Michigan State (3/6/07)
Stole Home
Tyson Auer vs. Siena (3/6/05)
Home Run in Three-Straight Games
Chris Duffy, May 13-18, 2007
Home Run in Four-Straight Games
Matt Horwath, March 30-April 3, 2005
A UCF Pitcher Had ...
A Complete Game
At Home
On Road
By a Freshman
Consecutive CGs (4)
A Shutout
At Home
On Road
By a Freshman
Consecutive Shutouts (3)
Mitch Herold vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Mitch Herold vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Mitch Houck at USF (4/4/06)
Mitch Houck at USF (4/4/06)
Mark Michael at Samford (Game 2, 3/22/03)
vs. Jacksonville State (Game 1, 3/29/03)
vs. Campbell (Game 1, 4/5/03)
at Belmont (Game 1, 4/12/03)
Tim Bascom vs. East Carolina (4/7/06)
Tim Bascom vs. East Carolina (4/7/06)
Mitch Houck at USF (4/4/06)
Mitch Houck at USF (4/4/06)
Kyle Bono vs. Gardner-Webb (Game 1, 3/13/04)
at Campbell (Game 1, 3/20/04)
vs. Stetson (Game 2, 3/27/04)
Jason Arnold vs. Florida Atlantic (3/18/01)
Tim Bascom vs. Siena (3/5/05)
Matt Fox at Campbell (3/19/04)
Brett Bordwine vs. Northeastern (3/7/07)
Mitch Houck vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
Mitch Houck vs. Pittsburgh (3/11/08)
Mitch Houck vs. Stetson (3/28/06)
Jaager Good vs. Rutgers (3/18/07)
6, Mitch Houck vs. #5 Missouri (2/25/08)
Pete MacLaughlin vs. Columbia (4/73)
10 Innings Pitched
17-Strikeout Game
15-Strikeout Game
14-Strikeout Game
13-Strikeout Game
12-Strikeout Game
11-Strikeout Game
10-Strikeout Game
5 HBP in a Game
Solo No-Hitter
Combined No-Hitter
Mitch Houck (7.0 IP) and Austin Hudson (2.0 IP) vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
One-Hitter
Darren Newlin vs. Belmont (Game 2, 4/17/04)
Two-Hitter
Tim Bascom vs. East Carolina (4/7/06)
Three-Hitter
Mitch Herold vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Ejection
Jay Bergman vs. #1 Rice (4/30/06)
Head Coach
Jay Bergman vs. #1 Rice (4/30/06)
Assistant Coach
Bryan Peters vs. Houston (3/24/07)
Player
Drew Butera at Georgia State (Game 2, 5/22/04)
6
UCF as a Team...
Shutout an Opponent
6-0 vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
At Home
6-0 vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
On Road
11-0 at USF (4/4/06)
On Neutral Field
1-0 vs. Houston (5/24/07)
Back-to-Back Shutouts
11-0 at USF (4/4/06), 8-0 vs. ECU (4/7/06)
Scored 20 Runs in a Game
23 vs. Monmouth (3/3/06)
At Home
23 vs. Monmouth (3/3/06)
On Road
20 at Campbell (4/05/02)
Scored 10 Runs in an Inning
11, (Eighth) at #28 Stetson (5/8/07)
20 Hits in a Game
20 at Marshall (3/31/06)
5 Home Runs in a Game
5 at Belmont (4/15/05)
4 Home Runs in a Game
4 vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
3 Home Runs in an Inning
3 at #23 Tulane (4/15/06)
10+ Walks
12 vs. Memphis (4/12/08)
Left 15 Runners on Base
at Jacksonville (3/5/08)
Left 16 Runners on Base
vs. Memphis (4/12/08)
Left 19 Runners on Base
Monmouth, 16 innings, (3/9/08)
Turned a Triple Play
at Stetson (3/27/07)
Justin Weiss (P) to Dwayne Bailey (2B) to Kiko Vazquez (1B)
Hit Into a Triple Play
Rich Wallace vs. Siena (3/8/00)
Mike Cohan (RF) to Corey Blair (1B) to Kevin Murray (3B)
Longest Winning Streak
29 Games (3/8-4/21/95)
Won Against a Ranked Opponent
vs. #5 Missouri, 10-9 (2/25/08)
Lost to a Ranked Opponent
vs. #2 Rice, 16-6 (5/23/07)
Swept a Ranked Opponent (Three Games)
at #8 Stetson (2/5-6/01)
Swept by a Ranked Opponent (Three Games)
at #30 ECU, (5/11-13/07)
Swept a Conference Opponent (Three Games)
Tulane (4/27-29/07)
Swept a Conference Opponent at Home (Three Games) Tulane (4/27-29/07)
Swept a Conference Road Opponent (Three Games) at Belmont (4/15-17/05)
Swept a Ranked Opponent on the Road (Three Games) at #8 Stetson (5/5-6/01)
Swept a Ranked Opponent at Home (Three Games) vs. #11 Alabama (2/23-25/01)
Rallied from an 8+ Run Deficit
Trailed 9-0 in Eighth Inn. vs. Campbell (4/4/03), UCF won 10-9 in 12 innings
Comitted Five or More Errors
6 at Jacksonville (3/5/08)
A UCF Opponent ...
Shutout UCF
at #6 Rice, 8-0 (4/22/07)
Shutout UCF in Two Straight Games
North Florida, 1-0, 13-0 (2/17-18/06)
Hit a Grand Slam
Tyler Stovall, Central Michigan (3/1/08)
Stole Home
Ryan Lormand, Houston (3/24/07)
Threw a No-Hitter
Never
Threw a One-Hitter
Randy Beam *, Florida Atlantic (Game 1, 4/19/03)
* (seven innings)
Threw a One-Hitter (More Than One Pitcher) at #6 Rice,Three pitchers (4/22/07)
Hit Two HR in a Game
Brett Bowen, Memphis (4/12/08)
Hit an Inside-the-Park HR
Aaron Bulkley, LeMoyne (2/11/05)
Five-Hit Game
Chris Klepps, Siena (Game 1 3/15/08)
Scored 10 Runs in an Inning
10 (Second), at Southern Miss, (5/20/06)
Had a Pinch-Hit HR
Nick Pulsonetti, Monmouth (3/9/08)
Threw a CG
Ben Grisham, Memphis (5/25/07)
Threw a Shutout
David Clark, Southern Miss, seven innings (4/8/07)
Had 10+ Strikeouts
14, Barry Bowden, at Southern Miss (3/21/08)
Walk-Off Home Run
Jared Keel, Troy (5/7/05)
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
Starters vs. Relievers
Group
Starters
Relievers
APP
37
84
ERA
4.99
4.92
W-L
17-10
8-2
Top Crowds at UCF
IP
176.2
157.1
H
195
163
R
106
97
ER
98
86
BB
72
74
Inning
7
2
4
4
7
5
8
2
3
8
1
4
1
4
5
7
7
6
4
5
1
4
Solo
2-Run
3-Run
X
GS
UCF Home Runs
Player
Chadd Hartman
Chris Duffy
Chris Duffy
Ryan Richardson
Shane Brown
Shane Brown
Robert Lara
Eric Kallstrom
Tim Russell
Eric Kallstrom
Tyson Auer
Shane Brown
Tyson Auer
Chris Duffy
Brandon Romans
Brandon Romans
Ryan Richardson
Shane Brown
Eric Kallstrom
Evan Stobbs
Robert Lara
Chris Duffy
Game
Feb. 24 - Florida A&M
Feb. 25 - Missouri
Feb. 25 - Missouri
Feb. 25 - Missouri
March 4 - Jacksonville
March 7 - Monmouth
March 8 - Monmouth
March 11 - Pittsburgh
March 11 - Pittsburgh
March 15 - Siena (1)
March 15 - Siena (2)
March 15 - Siena (2)
March 19 - Wagner
March 19 - Wagner
March 19 - Wagner
March 19 - Wagner
March 21 - at Southern Miss
March 29 - vs. East Carolina
April 5 - at Houston
April 6 - at Houston
April 8 - vs. USF
April 9 - vs. Stetson
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UCF Hitting Streaks (At Least Three Games)
Player
Colin Arnold
Eric Kallstrom
Ryan Richardson
Shane Brown
Dwayne Bailey
Robert Lara
Josh Siebenaler
Chris Duffy
Kyle Mills
Tyson Auer
Tim Russell
Brandon Romans
Kiko Vazquez
Current - Start Date
4 - 4/8/08 vs. USF
12 - 3/28/08 vs. ECU
4 - 4/6/08 at Houston
6 - 3/29/08 vs. ECU
4 - 4/8/08 vs. USF
----5 - 4/6/08 at Houston
--3 - 4/9/08 vs. Stetson
--3 - 4/6/08 at Houston
3 - 5/23/07 vs. Rice
Longest of 2008 - Dates
14 - 2/22-3/12
14 - 3/8-25
13 - 3/9-28
12 - 2/22-3/9
10 - 3/7-18
8 - 3/1-12
6 - 3/2-3/9
5 - twice, last 4/6-current
4 - 2/23-3/8
4 - twice, last 3/12-16
3 - 3/17-23
3 - 4/6-current
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Multiple-Hit Games (At Least Three Games)
Player
Dwayne Bailey
Ryan Richardson
Colin Arnold
Eric Kallstrom
Shane Brown
Tyson Auer
Josh Siebenaler
Chris Duffy
Robert Lara
Brandon Romans
Tim Russell
2
11
11
13
10
5
6
7
5
6
2
3
3
6
3
1
1
5
4
2
2
1
1
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
18
14
14
12
10
10
9
7
7
3
3
Multiple-RBI Games (At Least Two Games)
Player
Shane Brown
Colin Arnold
Chris Duffy
Tyson Auer
Eric Kallstrom
Robert Lara
Dwayne Bailey
Tim Russell
Ryan Richardson
Josh Siebenaler
Evan Stobbs
Brandon Romans
2
8
6
4
4
3
2
3
2
3
3
0
2
3
4
2
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
4
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
X
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
13
8
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
K
196
184
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Date
4/1/08
2/03/01
2/23/01
2/13/04
2/25/01
3/14/06
2/20/05
2/14/04
2/15/04
2/19/05
3/29/08
2/24/01
4/27/02
2/22/08
4/28/01
5/11/01
3/26/07
2/8/03
3/24/01
3/28/08
3/17/01
2/29/08
5/19/07
2/10/01
3/27/04
Opponent
Attendance
USF
2,397
Florida International
2,170
#11 Alabama
1,969
#2 LSU
1,922
#11 Alabama
1,852
#13 Florida
1,729
#20 Notre Dame
1,650
#2 LSU
1,642
#2 LSU
1,575
#20 Notre Dame
1,506
East Carolina
1,490
#11 Alabama
1,312
Stetson
1,292
Florida A&M
1,282
Jacksonville State (DH)
1,264
Georgia State (DH)
1,230
Harvard
1,177
Florida International
1,169
Jacksonville (DH)
1,162
East Carolina
1,158
Florida Atlantic
1,151
Central Michigan
1,132
Marshall
1,128
Southern Illinois
1,121
Stetson
1,106
Top Series at UCF
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Date
2004
2001
2008
2008
2008
2005
2001
2007
2008
2007
Opponent
Total Attendance
#2 LSU
5,139
#11 Alabama
5,133
East Carolina
3,709
Florida A&M
3,208
Central Michigan
3,169
#20 Notre Dame (2)
3,156
Florida International (2)
2,922
Tulane
2,917
Siena
2,752
#15 TCU
2,727
Series Breakdown
Series
Avg. R H
FAMU (3)
.403 50 48
MIZZOU (1) .484 10 15
CMU (3)
.287 18 29
JU (2)
.319 10 22
MON (3)
.285 23 35
PITT (1)
.361 8 13
SIENA (3)
.389 40 42
WAGNER (3) .277 20 26
USM (3)
.255 25 27
UNF (1)
.273 5
9
ECU (3)
.220 6 22
FGCU (2)*
.355 12 27
HOU (3)
.272 11 28
USF (2)*
.254 10 17
STET (2)*
.315 11 23
MEM (2)
.366 17 30
* - Not played on consecutive days
ERA
1.67
11.57
2.67
4.76
2.38
2.00
7.00
1.00
7.92
8.00
7.00
4.00
8.63
9.50
2.00
5.85
BB
6
5
13
7
14
3
8
13
22
1
15
9
9
5
5
11
K
36
10
35
20
31
15
30
45
20
7
28
19
23
18
23
20
The No-Hitter
UCF witnessed its second no-hitter in program history,
and the first combined no-no, occur on March 17, 2008,
against Wagner at Jay Bergman Field. Here’s a look at the
linescore, along with Mitch Houck’s and Austin Hudson’s
stats from the victory.
March 17, 2008
R
H
E
Wagner
0
0
0
UCF
6
9
1
Mitch Houck - 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 R, 4 BB, 13 K
Austin Hudson - 2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 R, 1 BB, 5 K
Number of Pitches:
Houck (109, 66 strikes), Hudson (40, 25 strikes)
7
April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
UCF Starting Pitcher - April 13
#24 Carmine Giardina
LHP - 6-3 - 210 - So. - Valrico, Fla./Durant
2008: Tied a career-high with 6.0 innings in first start of the year, holding FGCU (March 26) to two runs and picked up eight strikeouts...
Did not give up an earned run in 2.0 innings, striking out three vs. Siena (March 16)...Grabbed the win by working 2.0 innings with three
strikeouts at Stetson (March 12)...Struck out five in 3.2 innings at JU (March 5)...Fanned four in 3.0 shutout innings of relief vs. CMU (Feb.
29)...Pitched 0.1 innings with a strikeout against Missouri (Feb. 25).
2007: Made four starts, earning a 1-2 record, 4.97 ERA and 28 strikeouts in 25.1 innings...Made first appearance in relief against TCU (Feb.
9)...Was brilliant against Maryland (Feb. 17), going 4.0 innings and striking out three while not allowing an earned run on just two hits...Held down the lead at LSU (Feb.
25), striking out one in 0.1 innings of relief...Earned first collegiate start, going 4.2 innings vs. Michigan (Feb. 27), striking out four and allowing two runs...Dominated
Michigan State March 6, striking out 10 while allowing just one run on three hits in 6.0 innings of work to earn first collegiate victory...Struck out seven in 6.2 innings
in a start vs. Southern Miss (April 7)...Returned from an injury at ECU (May 12), fanning one in 1.0 innings.
2008 Game-By-Game Log
Date
2/25
2/29
3/5
3/12
3/16
3/22
3/26
4/6
Opponent
Missouri
Central Michigan
at Jacksonville
at Stetson
Siena
at Southern Miss
at Florida Gulf Coast
at Houston
GS
*
*
IP
0.1
3.0
3.2
2.0
2.0
0.2
6.0
2.0
H
1
1
6
2
2
0
7
10
R
2
0
4
2
1
3
2
7
ER
2
0
2
2
0
3
2
7
BB
2
1
2
1
2
5
1
1
SO
1
4
5
3
3
2
8
2
2B
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
3B
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
HR
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
WP
0
1
1
1
0
3
3
1
BK
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
HBP
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
IBB
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Score
10-9
4-0
5-10
7-3
12-1
15-4
8-4
7-14
W
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
L
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
SV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ERA
54.00
5.40
5.14
6.00
4.91
6.94
5.60
8.24
Giardina’s Career Statistics
Year
2007
2008
Totals
8
ERA
4.97
8.24
6.40
W-L APP/GS CG
1-2
8/4
0
2-1
8/2
0
3-3
16/6
0
SHO
0
0
0
SV
0
0
0
IP
25.1
19.2
45.0
H
28
29
57
R
20
21
41
ER
14
18
32
BB
16
15
31
SO
28
28
56
Giardina’s Career Highs
Innings Pitched: 6.0, twice, last at FGCU (3/26/08)
Strikeouts: 10 vs. Michigan State (3/6/07)
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
The UCF Bullpen
#10 Cody Allen
RHP - 6-1 - 200 - Fr. - Orlando, Fla./Boone
2008: Won first collegiate start, going 8.0 innings with no walks, three runs, six hits and six strikeouts
to defeat USF (April 8)...Struck out all three hitters faced in a perfect eighth at Houston (April 4)...
Did not allow a run in 12.2 innings of relief from March 1-30...Added a strikeout in 1.0 innings to
finish the win at FGCU (march 26)...Struck out two in 1.2 frames at Southern Miss (March 23)...
Struck out two in 1.1 scoreless innings at Southern Miss (March 21)...Picked up two strikeouts in a
perfect ninth inning vs. Wagner (March 19)...Nabbed first collegiate save by getting the final out vs. Siena (March 15 G2)...
Hurled a perfect ninth with a strikeout at Stetson (March 12)...Pitched 3.0 scoreless frames with three strikeouts against
Monmouth (March 7)...Locked up first college win by pitching 3.0 relief innings vs. CMU (March 1), striking out five and
giving up just two hits...Fanned the first four batters faced in collegiate debut vs. FAMU (Feb. 23), and finished with six
strikeouts in 3.0 innings.hits...Fanned the first four batters faced in collegiate debut vs. FAMU (Feb. 23), and finished with
six strikeouts in 3.0 innings.
#37 Paul Cinder
RHP - 6-9 - 235 - Sr. - Longwood, Fla./Embry-Riddle
Career High IP: 8.0 vs. USF (4/8/08)
Career High Ks: 6, twice, last vs. USF (4/8/08)
Allen’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
12/1 2-0 3.00 1 27.0 21
Totals 12/1 2-0 3.00 1 27.0 21
R ER BB K
9 9
4 32
9 9
4 32
Allen’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP
3/23
at USM
--1.2
3/26
at FGCU
--1.0
3/30
ECU
--2.2
4/4
at HOU
--1.0
4/8
USF*
W
8.0
R ER BB K
0 0
1 2
0 0
0 1
3 3
1 1
0 0
0 3
3 3
0 6
H
1
1
5
0
6
Career High IP: 2.0 at Houston (4/6/08)
Career High Ks: 2 at Houston (4/6/08)
2008: Came out of the pen to hurl 2.0 shutout innings with two strikeouts at Houston (April 6)...
Tossed a scoreless eighth innings vs. ECU (March 29)...Struck out one in an inning of work vs. Wagner (March 19)...Worked a scoreless ninth with a strikeout against Monmouth (March 7).
Cinder’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
5/0 0-0 1.50 0 6.0 7
Totals 5/0 0-0 1.50 0 6.0 7
R ER BB K
1 1
1 4
1 1
1 4
Prior to UCF: Spent one year at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University…Made 11 relief appearances, going 1-0 with a 5.00 ERA…Struck out 12 in 18.0 innings…Started college career at St. Petersburg College, helping the
Titans to the state championship in 2005...Drafted in the 26th round of the 2004 MLB Draft by the Chicago Cubs…Played
for Lake Mary High School and coach Allen Tuttle…Lettered three seasons, earning 6A honorable mention all-state accolades
as a senior.
Cinder’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/7
Monmouth --1.0 1
3/19
Wagner
--1.0 1
3/29
ECU
--1.0 2
3/30
ECU
--1.0 2
4/6
at HOU
--2.0 1
R ER BB K
0 0
0 1
0 0
0 1
0 0
0 0
1 1
1 0
0 0
0 2
#44 Brennan Dobbins
RHP - 6-3 - 200 - Fr. - Longwood, Fla./Lake Brantley
2008: Allowed one earned run with two strikeouts in 2.0 innings vs. Memphis (April 12)...Racked up
three strikeouts in 2.2 scoreless innings vs. FGCU (April 2)...Notched first collegiate save by working the final 3.1 innings with a strikeouts at Southern Miss (March 22)...Sat down six on strikes and
did not walk a batter in 3.0 innings vs. Wagner (March 18)...Struck out three in 1.1 innings against
Siena (March 15 G1)...Tallied first collegiate win by pitching the 14th, 15th and 16th innings without giving up a run and striking out seven vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings at JU (March 5), which
included inducing his older brother Matt to line into an inning-ending double play in the eighth...Made collegiate debut vs.
FAMU (Feb. 22), going 2.1 innings with two strikeouts and only one run against.
#27 Matt Goodyear
RHP - 6-1 - 195 - So. - Melbourne, Fla./Eau Gallie
2008: Made first collegiate start vs. Wagner (March 19) and also earned first UCF win by tossing 4.0
innings with five strikeouts and just one earned run while working on a pitch count...Pitched 2.0
scoreless innings with three strikeouts against Pittsburgh (March 11)...Tossed a perfect ninth inning
to close the door on a win over FAMU in the season-opener (Feb. 22).
2007: Made three appearances out of the bullpen, fanning five batters in 3.0 innings...Made first appearance vs. Maryland
(Feb. 16), going 2.0 innings with four strikeouts, including sitting down the side on strikes in the ninth inning...Worked 0.1
innings vs. Monmouth (March 4)...Struck out a batter in 0.2 innings of work vs. Stetson (May 2).
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Career High IP: 3.1 at Southern Miss (3/22/08)
Career High Ks: 7 vs. Monmouth (3/9/08)
Dobbins’ Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
11/0 1-0 4.30 1 23.0 23
Totals 11/0 1-0 4.30 1 23.0 23
R ER BB K
14 11 11 27
14 11 11 27
Dobbins’ Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/26
at FGCU
--0.2 0
3/29
ECU
--1.0 5
4/2
FGCU
--2.2 1
4/5
at HOU
--1.2 2
4/11
MEM
--2.0 2
R ER BB K
2 0
2 0
3 3
1 1
0 0
1 3
2 2
1 1
2 1
0 2
Career High IP: 4.0 vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
Career High Ks: 5 vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
Goodyear’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA
2007
3/0 0-0 9.00
2008
4/1 1-0 4.15
Totals 7/1 1-0 5.40
SV IP H
0 3.0 4
0 8.2 8
0 11.2 12
Goodyear’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
5/2/07 Stetson
--0.2 1
2/22/08 FAMU
--1.0 0
3/11/08 Pittsburgh
--2.0 2
3/19/08 Wagner*
W
4.0 3
4/1/08 USF
--1.2 3
R ER BB K
6 3
6 5
5 4
6 11
11 7 12 16
R ER BB K
0 0
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 3
2 1
3 5
3 3
2 3
9
April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
The UCF Bullpen
#17 Caleb Graham
RHP - 6-3 - 195 - Jr. - Lutz, Fla./Florida State
2008: Made the start against UNF (March 25) and had two strikeouts...Picked up the win in 5.0
shutout innings with six strikeouts against Wagner (March 18)...Fanned a career-high eight batters
while going 4.0 innings in a start against Stetson (March 12)...Made first UCF appearance in a start
at Jacksonville, working 2.1 innings with a strikeout.
Prior to UCF: Pitched for Florida State University for two seasons…Finished sophomore year with a 1-2 record in 13
appearances, including three starts…Had a 4.00 ERA, one save and 23 strikeouts in 27.0 innings, holding opposing batters
to a .206 average…Made 10 appearances as a freshman, all in relief…Combined on two shutouts and struck out 16 in 14.0
innings of work...Played high school ball at Gaither in Tampa, Fla., for head coach Frank Permuy…As a senior, was a member
of the Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American Second Team, the Class 5A All-State First Team and the Florida Athletic
Coaches Association All-Star Team...Earned Florida Sportswriters and Florida Dairy Farmer’s Player of the Year honors, as
well as the 35th Tony Saladino Award as Hillsborough County’s top player.
#30 Brian Griggs
LHP - 5-11 - 195 - Sr. - Melbourne, Fla./Alabama
Career High IP: 6.0 vs. UNF (3/27/07) w/FSU
Career High Ks: 8 at Stetson (3/12/08)
Graham’s Career Stats (^ - at Florida State)
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H R ER BB K
2006^ 10/0 0-0 4.50 0 14.0 16 13 7
8 16
2007^ 13/3 1-2 4.00 1 27.0 21 18 12 15 23
2008
5/5 1-2 8.64 0 16.2 24 18 16 8 18
Totals 28/8 2-4 5.46 1 57.2 61 49 35 31 57
Graham’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/5
at JU*
L
2.1 5
3/12
at Stetson* --4.0 5
3/18
Wagner*
W
5.0 3
3/25
UNF*
--4.0 7
4/1
USF
L
1.1 4
R ER BB K
6 5
2 1
1 1
1 8
0 0
4 6
5 5
0 2
6 5
1 1
Career High IP: 6.0 vs. MVSU (3/21/07) w/UA
Career High Ks: 7 vs. MVSU (3/21/07) w/UA
2008: Struck out five in 2.1 innings vs. ECU (March 29)...Fanned six in 3.0 innings, allowing just
one run against Wagner (March 19)...Notched first UCF win by pitching a scoreless eighth inning
with a strikeout vs. CMU (March 2)...Shut down FAMU (Feb. 24), pitching 3.0 hitless innings with
four strikeouts in UCF debut.
Griggs’ Career Stats (^ - at Alabama)
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2007^ 7/1 1-0 1.80 1 15.0 11
2008
8/1 1-2 7.24 0 13.2 16
Totals 15/2 2-2 4.40 1 28.2 27
R ER BB K
4 3 11 16
11 11 6 21
15 14 17 37
Prior to UCF: Spent junior year with the University of Alabama…Appeared in seven games for the Crimson Tide, making
one start…Had a 1-0 record with one save and a 1.80 ERA in 15.0 innings on the hill, striking out 16 while limiting batters to
a .208 average…Attended Polk Community College from 2005-06…Went 7-2 with a 2.92 ERA as a freshman, striking out
78 in 89.1 innings…Following first campaign for the Vikings, named to the All-Region VIII Second Team…Was an Academic
All-Suncoast Conference honoree on two occasions...Pitched for Melbourne High School and coach Jose Soto…Went 9-2
on the mound as a senior.
Griggs’ Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/9
Monmouth --0.1 1
3/19
Wagner
--3.0 5
3/25
UNF
L
2.0 4
3/29
ECU
--2.1 3
4/2
FGCU*
L
0.2 0
R ER BB K
1 1
0 0
1 1
1 6
3 3
1 2
1 1
1 5
1 1
1 1
#34 Mitch Herold
LHP - 6-1 - 200 - Jr. - Merritt Island, Fla./Cocoa
2008: Recorded UCF’s first complete game since 2006, defeating Stetson (April 9) on a three-hitter
with just one walk and nine strikeouts...Struck out four in 2.1 hitless innings of relief at Houston
(April 5)...Matched a career-high with 7.0 innings vs. Siena (March 16) without giving up a run and
striking out eight in the win...Worked 6.0 innings without an earned run, giving up just three hits
and striking out two...Fanned six while working 5.0 innings in a start vs. Central Michigan (March
2)...Racked up six strikeouts in 5.0 innings of work for the victory over Florida A&M (Feb. 24).
2007: Appeared in 16 games, sitting 34 down on strikes in 26.2 innings...Helped keep TCU (Feb. 11) at bay, coming out of
the pen to pitch 4.0 scoreless innings, giving up just three hits and striking out three as UCF came back to win, 8-6...Set a career-high with nine strikeouts in a start at Stetson (May 8), holding the Hatters hitless until the fifth inning...Earned starts in
the regular-season finale vs. Marshall (May 19) and vs. Rice in UCF’s opening game at the C-USA Championship (May 23).
#25 Austin Hudson
RHP - 6-4 - 185 - So. - Orlando, Fla./Boone
2008: Secured first collegiate save by tossing the final 3.2 innings with four strikeouts against Memphis (April 11)...Pitched 2.1 innings of shutout ball with a strikeout vs. FGCU (April 2)...Went 1.1
scoreless innings with a strikeout at FGCU (March 26)...Had a streak of 12.1 innings without allowing a hit from March 8-23...Worked the final 2.0 innings against Wagner (March 17) to combine with
Mitch Houck for the just the second no-hitter in UCF history...In the win, the righty struck out five,
as it was the first combined no-hitter ever at UCF...Struck out a pair in 2.0 hitless innings at Stetson (March 12)...Did not
allow a hit or run in 4.0 innings against Monmouth (March 8), striking out two en route to the victory...Grabbed the win
by pitching 2.0 innings vs. Jacksonville (March 4), not allowing an earned run and striking out three...Struck out four in 2.1
innings of relief against Missouri (Feb. 25).
2007: Completed freshman season with a 1-0 record and 29 punch-outs in 22 appearances and two starts...Did not allow an
extra-base hit in final 10 outings.
10
Career High IP: 9.0 vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Career High Ks: 9, twice, last vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Herold’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV
2006
12/9 1-4 5.23 0
2007
16/5 0-3 10.46 0
2008
8/7 3-2 3.12 0
Totals 36/21 4-9 5.73 0
IP H
41.1 36
26.2 38
40.1 31
108.1 105
Herold’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/16
Siena*
W
7.0 8
3/23
at USM*
L
1.2 4
3/30
ECU*
L
4.1 3
4/5
at HOU
--2.1 0
4/9
Stetson*
W
9.0 3
R
28
38
15
81
ER
24
31
14
69
BB
30
25
18
73
K
39
34
39
112
R ER BB K
0 0
1 8
3 3
2 0
6 6
6 4
0 0
1 4
1 1
1 9
Career High IP: 6.0 vs. UMass (3/9/07)
Career High Ks: 6 vs. UMass (3/9/07)
Hudson’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA
2007
22/2 1-0 5.52
2008
12/0 2-0 3.86
Totals 34/2 3-0 4.91
SV IP H
0 44.0 59
1 25.2 20
1 69.2 79
Hudson’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/28
ECU
--1.2 3
4/2
FGCU
--2.1 3
4/5
at HOU
--0.2 0
4/6
at HOU
--0.1 3
4/11
MEM
SV
3.2 3
R
31
16
47
ER
27
11
38
BB
15
15
30
K
29
24
53
R ER BB K
2 2
0 1
0 0
1 1
0 0
1 0
5 1
1 1
2 2
2 4
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
The UCF Bullpen
#26 Matt Manning
RHP/OF - 5-11 - 180 - Jr. - Melbourne, Fla./Brevard CC
2008: Fanned three batters in 2.0 innings vs. FGCU (April 2)...Struck out two in a perfect eighth
inning vs. ECU (March 30)...Worked a scoreless ninth inning against ECU (March 29)...Struck out
one in 0.2 innings against Siena (March 15 G2)...Made first appearance at UCF vs. Pitt (March 11),
tossing a scoreless ninth to seal the win...Came on as a pinch-runner vs. Monmouth (March 9).
Prior to UCF: Attended Brevard Community College as a sophomore…As a freshman, played for Mercer University and
was named an Atlantic Sun All-Academic honoree…At the plate, hit .188 in 25 games, making two starts…Was 5-for-5 in
stolen base attempts...Lettered four seasons for Satellite High School and coaches Brian Pompili and Dave Panicola.
Career High IP: 2.0 vs. FGCU (4/2/08)
Career High Ks: 3 vs. FGCU (4/2/08)
Manning’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
5/0 0-0 9.53 0 5.2 10
Totals 5/0 0-0 9.53 0 5.2 10
R ER BB K
6 6
3 6
6 6
3 6
Manning’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/11
Pittsburgh
--1.0 1
3/15
Siena-2
--0.2 2
3/29
ECU
--1.0 1
3/30
ECU
--1.0 0
4/2
FGCU
--2.0 6
R ER BB K
0 0
1 0
2 2
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 2
4 4
2 3
Manning’s Career Hitting Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
2008
1/0 000 0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
Totals 1/0 000 0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
#1 Evan Stobbs
RHP/IF - 6-2 - 215 - Fr. - Myakka City, Fla./Sarasota
2008: Busted out for four hits, three RBI, a double and a run scored vs. Memphis (April 11)...Made
first start at first base at Houston (April 6) and proceeded to go 3-for-4 with four RBI, two runs
scored and first collegiate homer, a two-run shot in the fifth inning...Worked 3.0 innings without
giving up a run with three strikes out and just one hit vs. UNF (March 25)...Added four strikeouts
in 3.2 innings from the pen at Southern Miss (March 21)...Recorded a single and scored a run off
the bench vs. Wagner (March 19)...Picked up four strikeouts in 3.1 innings of relief vs. Siena (March 15 G1)...Walked and
played first base vs. Pitt (March 11)...Picked up five strikeouts and did not walk a batter in 2.2 innings vs. Monmouth (March
9)...Struck out a pair in 2.0 innings vs. CMU (March 2)...Pitched a perfect ninth innings with one strikeout vs. FAMU (Feb.
24)...Drove in a run and scored a run as the DH vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...In first collegiate at-bat, registered a double and came
around to score vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
Stobbs’ Career Highs - Batting
Runs: 2 at Houston (4/6/08)
Hits: 4 vs. Memphis (4/11/08)
RBI: 4 at Houston (4/6/08)
HR: 1 at Houston (4/6/08)
#11 Cory Weech
RHP/IF - 6-2 - 200 - So. - Southwest Ranches, Fla./Broward CC
2008: Struck out a game-high five batters in 4.1 innings of relief against USF (April 1)...Made first
UCF appearance vs. Siena (March 15 G1).
Prior to UCF: Played one year at Broward Community College...A Florida Bright Futures Scholar
at St. Thomas Aquinas High School...Played two years for coach Robert Lawson, including serving
as captain in 2006…Named second-team All-Broward County both seasons, as the squad won the district titles in 2005 and
2006…Pitched a complete-game victory over Nova High School (Davie, Fla.), the top-ranked team in the country, as a
junior.
#31 Justin Weiss
RHP - 6-1 - 205 - Jr. - Miami, Fla./Killian
2008: Worked a scoreless ninth with a strikeout for the save vs. USF (April 8)...Secured the save vs.
ECU (March 28), striking out two while going the final 1.1 innings...Finished the win over Wagner
(March 18) by pitching a scoreless ninth with a strikeout...Grabbed the save vs. Siena (March 15 G1)
by pitching 1.1 innings with two strikeouts...Matched a career-high with 4.0 innings vs. Monmouth
(March 9), striking out three and not surrendering a run...Pitched a scoreless ninth vs. Monmouth
(March 8)...Earned the save with one strikeout against Jacksonville (March 4)...Picked up 10th career save and first of 2008
by pitching a perfect ninth with two strikeouts vs. CMU (March 2)...Tossed a scoreless ninth with a strikeout vs. CMU (Feb.
29)...Notched the win over No. 5 Missouri (Feb. 25) by retiring both batters he faced in the seventh and final inning...Pitched
a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout vs. FAMU (Feb. 23).
2007: Posted second-lowest ERA in UCF history, holding a 1.38 mark in 32.2 innings...Nine saves were second on the
school’s single-season list, while 25 appearances ranked eighth...Went 4-1 with 30 strikeouts...Finished 23 games, and gave
up only one run in final 12 outings (15.2 innings)...Did not walk a batter in first nine outings.
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Career High IP: 3.2 at Southern Miss (3/21/08)
Career High Ks: 5 vs. Monmouth (3/9/08)
Stobbs’ Career Pitching Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
7/0 0-0 8.83 0 17.1 26
Totals 7/0 0-0 8.83 0 17.1 26
R ER BB K
17 17 6 21
17 17 6 21
Stobbs’ Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/9
Monmouth --2.2 4
3/15
Siena-1
--3.1 7
3/21
at USM
--3.2 4
3/25
UNF
--3.0 1
4/1
USF
--1.2 7
R ER BB K
2 2
0 5
5 5
1 4
3 3
4 4
0 0
0 3
6 6
0 2
Stobbs’ Career Hitting Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
2008 18/6 .357 28 7 10 2
0 1
8 0
Totals 18/6 .356 28 7 10 2
0 1
8 0
Career High IP: 4.1 vs. USF (4/1/08)
Career High Ks: 5 vs. USF (4/1/08)
Weech’s Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L ERA SV IP H
2008
2/0 0-0 8.31 0 4.1 6
Totals 2/0 0-0 8.31 0 4.1 6
R ER BB K
4 4
1 5
4 4
1 5
Weech’s Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP H
3/15
Siena-1
--0.0 3
4/1
USF
--4.1 3
R ER BB K
2 2
0 0
2 2
1 5
Career High IP: 4.0, three times, last vs. Mem. (4/12/08)
Career High Ks: 5 at Stetson (3/27/07)
Weiss’ Career Stats
Year G/GS W-L
2006
4/0 0-0
2007
25/0 4-1
2008
15/0 1-1
Totals 44/0 5-2
ERA
1.80
1.38
1.85
1.60
SV
0
9
5
14
IP
5.0
32.2
24.1
62.0
H
3
24
23
50
R ER BB K
2 1
1 1
9 5 11 30
5 5
9 22
16 11 21 53
Weiss’ Last Five Games (* - Start)
Date
Opp.
W/L/SV IP
3/28
ECU
SV
1.1
4/2
FGCU
--1.1
4/6
at HOU
--3.2
4/8
USF
SV
1.0
4/12
MEM
L
4.0
H
1
3
5
1
4
R ER BB K
0 0
0 2
1 1
0 1
2 2
0 4
0 0
1 1
1 1
2 3
11
April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
UCF at the Plate
#28 Colin Arnold
OF - 6-2 - 195 - Jr. - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla./Daytona Beach CC
2008: Walked four times, stole two bases and had a hit vs. Memphis (April 12)...Notched two hits
and an RBI vs. Stetson (April 9)...Posted a hit, RBI, run scored and two walks vs. USF (April 8)...Was
2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored vs. FGCU (April 2)...Recorded two htis and a stolen base vs. ECU
(March 30)...Banged out two doubles with two RBI and two runs at FGCU (March 26)...Posted two
hits, a double, two runs and an RBI at Southern Miss (March 22)...Picked up a pair of RBI on two hits
and scored a run against Siena (March 16)...Had two hits and three runs scored vs. Siena (March 15 G2)...Posted at least one
hit in first 14 games...Drove in a pair on two hits with two HBP at Stetson (March 12)...Racked up three hits, a double and
two RBI vs. Pitt (March 11)...Collected two hits, an RBI and run scored vs. Monmouth (March 8)...Drove in three and stole
a base vs. Monmouth (March 7)...Doubled and drove in two runs vs. CMU (March 2)...Scored three runs in a 2-for-3 affair
against CMU (Feb. 29)...Had a RBI base hit and scored a run in the deciding seventh inning against Missouri (Feb. 25)...Went
5-for-12 with a double, seven runs scored, six RBI and two stolen bases in the series vs. FAMU (Feb. 22-24).
#3 Tyson Auer
OF - 6-0 - 190 - Sr. - Longwood, Fla./Lake Mary
2008: Had two hits, two runs and a stolen base vs. Memphis (April 12)...Earned two hits, an RBI, a
stolen base and scored a run vs. Memphis (April 11)...Recorded career hit No. 200 vs. Stetson (April
9)...Posted a two-hit affair with an RBI and run scored at Houston (April 4)...Delivered three hits,
three runs, three RBI and a stolen base at Southern Miss (March 22)...Cranked out a solo homer
in the first inning vs. Wagner (March 19)...Amassed three stolen bases with three walks vs. Wagner
(March 17)...Tripled, stole a base and scored two runs against Siena (March 16)...Drove in a combined four runs in the DH
vs. Siena (March 15), including a two-run homer in game two...Had a 3-for-5 affair with an RBI, run scored and stolen base
at Stetson (March 12)...Was 3-for-5 with two sac bunts and a stolen base vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Tripled and scored a run
against Monmouth (March 8)...Stole two bases and scored two runs vs. Monmouth (March 7)...Collected three hits, an RBI
and a run scored at JU (March 5)...Notched two hits, two RBI and two runs scored vs. CMU (March 1)...Cranked out two
hits with a double, two RBI and a career-high four runs scored vs. FAMU (Feb. 22)...Preseason All-C-USA Team.
#7 Dwayne Bailey
IF - 6-2 - 185 - Sr. - Tampa, Fla./South Florida CC
2008: Amassed three hits, three runs and two steals vs. Memphis (April 12)...Delivered with two hits,
a double, a sac fly and a run scored vs. Memphis (April 11)...Posted a pair of hits and scored a run
vs. USF (April 1 and 8)...Had a 3-for-4 affair with two runs scored at FGCU (March 26)...Had a 10game hitting streak March 7-18...Had three hits, a double and three RBI vs. Siena (March 16)...Was
2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored vs. Siena (March 15 G1)...Racked up three hits, two runs
and a stolen base at Stetson (March 12)...Had two hits, two runs scored and a stolen base vs. Pitt (March 11)...Connected for
two hits, an RBI, a run and a stolen base vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Was 3-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored against
Monmouth (March 7)...Hit safely in first eight games of the year...Drove in a pair, including the game-winner in the eighth,
vs. JU (March 4)...Posted two hits, two runs scored, a RBI and a SB vs. CMU (March 1)...Cranked out two hits, including a
double, and drove in a run vs. Missouri (Feb. 25)...Named C-USA Hitter of the Week after going 10-for-15 with seven runs
scored, two RBI, three stolen bases, two doubles and a triple in the FAMU series (Feb. 22-24).
#19 Stephen Branca
Arnold’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R
2008 36/36 .301 146 32
Totals 36/36 .301 146 32
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
44 10 0 0 31 10
44 10 0 0 31 10
Auer’s Career Highs
Runs: 4, twice, last vs. Florida A&M (2/22/08)
Hits: 4 at Houston (5/5/06)
RBI: 6 at Marshall (3/31/06)
HR: 2 at Troy (5/6/05)
SB: 4 vs. Michigan State (3/6/07)
Auer’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg.
2005 51/34 .240
2006 41/40 .323
2007 58/57 .356
2008 37/37 .279
Totals 187/168 .310
AB
125
164
233
136
658
R
25
30
46
34
135
H
30
53
83
38
204
2B 3B HR RBI SB
3
2 3 16 15
5
6 2 28 17
12 2 0 31 27
4
2 2 21 15
24 12 7 96 74
Bailey’s Career Highs
Runs: 4 vs. Florida A&M (2/22/08)
Hits: 5 vs. Florida A&M (2/22/08)
RBI: 3, twice, last vs. Siena (3/16/08)
HR: --SB: 2, four times, last vs. Memphis (4/12/08)
Bailey’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 56/55 .232 190
2008 37/37 .407 145
Totals 93/92 .307 335
R H
33 44
35 59
68 103
2B 3B HR RBI SB
5
2 0 17 19
6
2 0 20 19
11 4 0 37 38
Branca’s Career Highs
IF - 6-1 - 175 - Fr. - Valrico, Fla./Newsome
2008: Made first collegiate start vs. FGCU (April 2), batting eighth and playing third base...Racked
up two RBI on a single vs. USF (April 1)...Notched first collegiate hit, RBI and stolen base in the
ninth inning vs. ECU (March 30)...Walked against Wagner (March 17)...Laid down a sac bunt as a
pinch-hitter in the 16th inning vs. Monmouth (March 9), which set up the game-winning run...Saw
time at shortstop on opening day vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#14 Shane Brown
C/IF - 5-11 - 195 - So. - Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park
2008: Drove in two runs vs. FGCU (April 2)...Homered against ECU (March 29)...Blasted out three
hits with a double and three RBI at FGCU (March 26)...Had two hits and two RBI vs. Wagner (March
17)...Posted three hits, two doubles and three RBI against Siena (March 16)...Combined to go 5-for6 with six runs scored, four RBI and a two-run homer in the DH vs. Siena (March 15)...Knocked in
two runs at Stetson (March 12)...Hit safely in first 12 games of the year...Doubled and scored the
winning run in the 16th inning vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Notched three hits and two RBI against Monmouth (March 8)...
Recorded a three-run homer vs. Monmouth (March 7)...Crushed first collegiate homer against JU (March 4), which tied the
game at 4-4 in the seventh...Drove in a pair of runs against CMU (March 1)...Went 2-for-3 with a run scored vs. CMU (Feb.
29)...Drove in two key runs in the seventh inning vs. Missouri (Feb. 25)...Batted .500 in the FAMU series (Feb. 22-24) by
going 6-for-12 at the plate with five runs scored, three doubles and seven RBI.
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Arnold’s Career Highs
Runs: 3, three times, last vs. Siena-2 (3/15/08)
Hits: 3 vs. Pittsburgh (3/11/08)
RBI: 3, twice, last vs. Monmouth (3/7/08)
HR: --SB: 2, three times, last vs. Memphis (4/12/08)
Runs: --Hits: 1, twice, last vs. USF (4/1/08)
RBI: 2 vs. USF (4/1/08)
HR: --SB: 1 vs. ECU (3/30/08)
Branca’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R
2008 16/2 .095 21 0
Totals 16/2 .095 21 0
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
2 0
0 0
3 1
2 0
0 0
3 1
Brown’s Career Highs
Runs: 4 vs. Siena-1 (3/15/08)
Hits: 3, four times, last at FGCU (3/26/08)
RBI: 4 vs. Florida A&M (2/23/08)
HR: 1, four times, last vs. ECU (3/29/08)
SB: 1, five times, last vs. CMU (3/2/08)
Brown’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 38/24 .267 101
2008 32/32 .368 117
Totals 70/56 .321 218
R
16
27
43
H 2B 3B HR RBI
27 4
1 0 12
43 9
0 4 38
70 13 1 4 50
SB
3
2
5
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
UCF at the Plate
#6 Nick Choto
IF - 5-9 - 160 - Jr. - Lecanto, Fla./Nova Southeastern
2008: Scored a run vs. USF (April 1)...Stole a base and scored a run against Wagner (March 18)...
Played second base vs. Siena (March 15 G2 and March 16)...Served as a pinch-runner against Monmouth (March 9) and at Stetson (March 12)...Pinch-hit and played second base vs. Monmouth (March
7)...Pinch-ran vs. CMU (Feb. 29), JU (March 4) and at JU (March 5)...Scored the winning run as
a pinch-runner vs. Missouri (Feb. 25)...Pinch-hit vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Saw time at second base vs.
FAMU (Feb. 23)...Came on as a pinch-hitter vs. FAMU (Feb. 22), drawing a walk and coming around to score.
2007: Started twice while making 11 appearances, mostly as a pinch-runner...Scored two runs, had two sacrifices and one
walk...Started first UCF game against TCU (Feb. 11), walking once and scoring a run.
#35 Chris Duffy
IF - 6-2 - 215 - So. - Orlando, Fla./Cypress Creek
2008: Posted two hits vs. Memphis (April 12)...Crushed a homer to the opposite field vs. Stetson
(April 9)...Doubled in a run vs. USF (April 8)...Singled and scored a run at Houston (April 6)...
Doubled as a pinch-hitter vs. FGCU (April 2)...Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a walk vs. ECU
(March 28)...Crushed a two-run homer and scored two runs vs. Wagner (March 19)...Connected for
two hits and an RBI against Siena (March 16)...Scored three runs, had three hits and drove in two in
the twin-bill with Siena (March 15)...Posted a hit and scored a run vs. Monmouth (March 7)...Added a RBI single in a win
over CMU (Feb. 29)...Was 3-for-4 with two homers, four RBI and two runs scored in a 10-9 win over Missouri (Feb. 25)...
Collected three hits and two RBI vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Set a career-high with four runs scored on two hits, while also adding
a stolen base, vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...Drove in a pair of runs while also scoring once vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#20 Chadd Hartman
OF - 6-0 - 200 - Jr. - Windermere, Fla./Olympia
2008: Doubled in a two-hit affair with two RBI, two walks and a stolen base vs. Memphis (April 12)...
Tripled and scored a run against Memphis (April 11)...Singled and scored a run as a pinch-hitter vs.
FGCU (April 2)...Got the start in left vs. Wagner (March 18) and scored a run...Was 1-for-1 vs.
Wagner (March 17)...Notched a double and scored a run against Siena (March 16)...Doubled in a
run vs. Siena (March 15 G1)...Sent a three-run homer over the right-field fence and also stole a base
vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Picked up a sacrifice fly and scored a run vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...Drew a walk and played center field
off the bench vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
2007: Started all 53 games in the outfield, 48 of which came in left field...Went .247 at the plate, scoring 24 runs and driving
in 19...Led UCF with three triples, which also were good for seventh in C-USA.
#5 Eric Kallstrom
IF - 5-10 - 180 - Jr. - Southwest Ranches, Fla./Cypress Bay
2008: On a 12-game hitting streak...Doubled and had two RBI vs. Memphis (April 12)...Set a careerhigh with four hits while also scoring three runs vs. Memphis (April 11)...Was 2-for-4 with an RBI
and run scored at Houston (April 6)...Added a solo homer in a two-hit game at Houston (April 5)...
Collected two hits and two stolen bases vs. FGCU (April 2)...Picked up a pair of hits vs. ECU (March
30)...Recorded two hits, a double and a run vs. ECU (March 29)...Went on a 14-game hitting streak
March 8-25...Singled with a RBI, run and stolen base vs. UNF (March 25)...Had two hits, two RBI and a double at Southern
Miss (March 22)...Drove in two key runs vs. Wagner (March 18)...In the DH vs. Siena (March 15), combined to go 4-for-7
with a double, triple and homer, as well as five RBI in game one)...Jacked a two-run homer over the left-field fence vs. Pitt
(March 11)...Tied a UCF record with eight at-bats vs. Monmouth (March 9), while also driving in the game-winning run in
the 16th inning on an infield single...Was 2-for-4 with a RBI at JU (March 5)...Posted three base hits against CMU (March
2).
#12 Matt Lambert
OF - 5-11 - 180 - Sr. - Chesterton, Ind./Chesterton
2008: Played left field against Wagner (March 19) and USF (April 1)...Got into the game as a pinchhitter and in left field vs. Wagner (March 17)...Played in all three games of the Siena series (March
15-16)...Pinch-hit and played left field against Pitt (March 11)...Belted a two-run single and played
left field against FAMU (Feb. 24)...Scored a run by drawing a walk vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...Saw time
in left field vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
2007: Tallied three runs scored and a RBI in 12 appearances...Drove in a run on a sacrifice fly at USF (April 17)...Scored a run
as a pinch-runner vs. Stetson (May 2 and May 8)...Came off the bench in the final two games at ECU (May 12-13)...Scored
a key run in the ninth inning as a pinch-runner in an 8-7 win over Marshall (May 18).
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Choto’s Career Highs
Runs: 1, six times, last vs. USF (4/1/08)
Hits: --RBI: --HR: --SB: 1 vs. Wagner (3/18/08)
Choto’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 11/2 .000 4
2008 16/0 .000 3
Totals 27/2 .000 7
R
2
4
6
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 1
Duffy’s Career Highs
Runs: 4 vs. Florida A&M (2/23/08)
Hits: 4 vs. Monmouth (3/3/07)
RBI: 5 vs. Monmouth (3/3/07)
HR: 2, twice, last vs. Missouri (2/25/08)
SB: 1, three times, last vs. Jacksonville (3/4/08)
Duffy’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 57/50 .283 184
2008 35/28 .288 104
Totals 92/78 .285 288
R
27
19
46
H 2B 3B HR
52 9
0 8
30 4
0 4
82 13 0 12
RBI
34
17
51
SB
1
2
3
Hartman’s Career Highs
Runs: 2, five times, last vs. Harvard (3/26/07)
Hits: 3 vs. Harvard (3/26/07)
RBI: 3, three times, last vs. TCU (2/11/07)
HR: 1, three times, last vs. Florida A&M (2/24/08)
SB: 2, twice, last vs. Northeastern (3/7/07)
Hartman’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2006 31/22 .244 82
2007 57/53 .247 170
2008 25/3 .258 31
Totals 113/78 .247 283
R
9
24
7
40
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
20 2
1 2 14 2
42 1
3 0 19 8
8 3
1 1
7 2
70 6
5 3 40 12
Kallstrom’s Career Highs
Runs: 3 vs. Memphis (4/11/08)
Hits: 4 vs. Memphis (4/11/08)
RBI: 6 vs. Siena (3/17/06)
HR: 2 at Tulane (4/15/06)
SB: 2 vs. FGCU (4/2/08)
Kallstrom’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2006 53/50 .235 170
2007 58/57 .269 208
2008 33/33 .326 135
Totals 144/140 .273 513
R H
22 40
31 56
16 44
69 140
2B 3B HR
6
1 4
4
0 4
8
1 3
18 2 11
RBI
21
32
26
79
SB
1
1
3
5
Lambert’s Career Highs
Runs: 2 at USF (4/4/06)
Hits: 2 vs. East Carolina (4/7/06)
RBI: 2, twice, last vs. Florida A&M (2/24/08)
HR: --SB: --Lambert’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2005
6/0 .000 5
2006 24/3 .273 33
2007 20/0 .000 12
2008 11/0 .143 7
Totals 61/3 .175 57
R
0
4
3
1
8
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
0 0
0 0
0 0
9 1
0 0
6 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
0 0
2 0
10 1
0 0
9 0
13
April 11, 2008 - 12 p.m.
UCF at the Plate
#21 Robert Lara
C - 6-2 - 215 - Jr. - Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./LSU
2008: Drove in a pair of runs vs. Memphis (April 12)...Started at first base for the first time vs. Stetson (April 9)...Crushed a grand slam in the first inning in first game at cleanup vs. USF (April 8)...
Busted out for two hits and a run scored at Houston (April 6)...Went 3-for-4 with an RBI and threw
out a runner on the bases at Houston (April 4)...Selected to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List...
Notched the game-winning RBI single in the sixth vs. ECU (March 28)...Delivered with two hits and
scored two runs at FGCU (March 26)...Singled with an RBI and two walks at Southern Miss (March 23)...Drove in a pair of
runs and scored once at Southern Miss (March 22)...Was 2-for-4 with two runs scored at Stetson (March 12)...Broke a 4-4
tie with a two-out grand slam in the eighth inning vs. Monmouth (March 8)...Doubled and scored the winning run in the
eighth against JU (March 4)...Scored a career-high three runs and had a double against CMU (March 1)...Went 2-for-3 with
a run scored against Missouri (Feb. 25)...Had a 2-for-4 performance with two RBI and picked off a runner at first against
FAMU (Feb. 23)...Notched a triple and came around to score vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#16 Kyle Mills
IF - 5-9 - 160 - So. - Palm Harbor, Fla./Dunedin
2008: Earned a hit as a pinch-hitter vs. ECU (March 30)...Posted a sac fly at Southern Miss (March
21)...Had a hit and scored a run vs. Wagner (March 19)...Started at third vs. Siena (March 16) and
added a hit and scored a run...Scored twice and added a double vs. Siena (March 15 G1)...Doubled as
a pinch-hitter vs. Pitt (March 11)...Started as the DH vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Walked and scored
a run against Monmouth (March 8)...Singled in game one vs. Monmouth (March 7)...Walked in only
plate appearance at JU (March 5)...Posted two hits, two runs scored and a stolen base against CMU (March 1)...Drove in a
run on a RBI single and came around to score vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Doubled in a win over FAMU (Feb. 23)...Came off the
bench as a pinch-hitter and played third vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#22 Ryan Richardson
OF - 6-3 - 195 - Sr. - Lake Mary, Fla./Seminole CC
2008: Went 3-for-5 with a run vs. USF (April 8)...Recorded a 13-game hitting streak March 9-28...
Was 2-for-2 with a run, stolen base and two walks vs. ECU (March 28)...Posted two hits and stole
a base at FGCU (March 26)...Notched two hits with an RBI vs. UNF (March 25)...Tripled in a
two-hit affair with three runs at Southern Miss (March 23)...Was 2-for-4 with two RBI at Southern
Miss (March 22)...Homered in a two-hit affair at Southern Miss (March 21)...Doubled in a two-hit
game vs. Wagner (March 19)...Had three hits and drove in two in the DH vs. Siena (March 15)...A perfect 3-for-3 with two
runs scored, a triple and a stolen base against Pitt (March 11)...Racked up a pair of hits and scored a run at JU (March 5)...
Connected for two hits and scored two runs, including the game winner, in a 4-3 win over CMU (March 2)...Went 3-for-4
against Missouri (Feb. 25) with a solo homer and a walk-off double...Notched two doubles, drove in a run and scored a run
vs. FAMU (Feb. 23)...Walked three times and had two RBI vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#8 Brandon Romans
C - 6-1 - 220 - Jr. - Coca, Fla./Birmingham-Southern
2008: Doubled with a sac fly and a run scored vs. Memphis (April 12)...Banged out a pair of hits while
driving in a run and touching home once as well vs. Stetson (April 9)...Delivered a two-hit performance with a run and stolen base vs. FGCU (April 2)...Walked and scored a run vs. USF (April 1)...
Notched a hit and a RBI against ECU (March 29)...Doubled with an RBI against UNF (March 25)...
Scored a run at Southern Miss (March 22)...Registered first multi-homer game, sending two over the
wall while going 3-for-4 with three runs against Wagner (March 19)...Had a base hit and a walk vs. Wagner (March 17)...
Appeared at catcher against Siena (March 16)...Made the start behind the plate vs. Siena (March 15 G2)...Started at catcher
vs. Pitt (March 11) and had a double while throwing out a runner on the bases...Saw time at catcher at JU (March 5) and vs.
Monmouth (March 7)...Drove in a pair of runs vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#32 Tim Russell
Lara’s Career Stats (^ - at LSU)
Year G/GS Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI
2006^ 23/11 .273 44 7 12 2
1 0
8
2007^ 36/32 .200 105 10 21 7
0 1 13
2008 33/31 .313 96 25 30 2
1 2 19
Totals 92/74 .257 245 42 63 11 2 3 40
SB
0
1
2
3
Mills’ Career Highs
Runs: 2, three times, last vs. Siena-1 (3/15/08)
Hits: 3 at East Carolina (5/12/07)
RBI: 2, twice, last at Stetson (5/8/07)
HR: --SB: 1, twice, last vs. Central Michigan (3/1/08)
Mills’ Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg.
2007 22/8 .324
2008 23/2 .303
Totals 45/10 .314
AB
37
33
70
R
7
7
14
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
12 2
0 0
5 1
10 3
0 0
4 1
22 5
0 0
9 2
Richardson’s Career Highs
Runs: 3, twice, last at Southern Miss (3/23/08)
Hits: 4 at UAB-2 (3/31/07)
RBI: 3 at UAB (3/30/07)
HR: 1, three times, last at USM (3/21/08)
SB: 1, 20 times, last vs. Stetson (4/9/08)
Richardson’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R H
2007 58/56 .313 201 30 63
2008 34/34 .359 117 24 42
Totals 92/90 .330 318 54 105
2B 3B HR RBI SB
9
1 1 19 12
4
3 2 17 8
13 4 3 36 20
Romans’ Career Highs
Runs: 3, twice, last vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
Hits: 3, three times, last vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
RBI: 3 at Stetson (5/8/07)
HR: 2 vs. Wagner (3/19/08)
SB: 1 vs. FGCU (4/2/08)
Romans’ Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 42/35 .274 124
2008 22/10 .280 50
Totals 64/45 .276 174
R
21
8
29
H 2B 3B HR RBI
34 3
1 1 15
14 3
0 2
9
48 6
1 3 24
SB
0
1
1
Russell’s Career Highs
C - 6-0 - 215 - Sr. - Maitland, Fla./Polk CC
2008: Hit by a pitch and scored a run vs. ECU (March 30)...Added two RBI with a hit and run
scored at Southern Miss (March 23)...Drove in three runs in a 2-for-3 affair with two runs scored at
Southern Miss (March 22)...Doubled and scored a run against Wagner (March 17)...As the DH vs.
Pitt (March 11), sent a two-run homer to right in a 2-for-3 affair while also scoring two runs...Hit
by a pitch as a pinch-hitter vs. Monmouth (March 9)...Drew a walk as the designated hitter against
Monmouth (March 7)...Walked three times and scored a run as the DH vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Came off the bench to go 2for-2 with a double and a RBI vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
14
Lara’s Career Highs
Runs: 3 vs. Central Michigan (3/1/08)
Hits: 3, three times, last at Houston (4/4/08)
RBI: 4, twice, last vs. USF (4/8/08)
HR: 1, three times, last vs. USF (4/8/08)
SB: 1, three times, last vs. Wagner (3/17/08)
Runs: 2 vs. Pittsburgh (3/11/08)
Hits: 2, three times, last vs. Pittsburgh (3/11/08)
RBI: 3 at Southern Miss (3/22/08)
HR: 1 vs. Pittsburgh (3/11/08)
SB: --Russell’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2007 35/6 .211 38
2008 21/8 .276 29
Totals 56/14 .239 67
R
1
8
9
H 2B 3B HR RBI
8 1
0 0
2
8 2
0 1
8
16 3
0 1 10
SB
0
0
0
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Game #38 Memphis at UCF
UCF at the Plate
#9 Josh Siebenaler
IF/OF - 5-9 - 165 - Jr. - Mulberry, Fla./Polk CC
2008: Earned two base hits at FGCU (March 26)...Tripled with an RBI and a run scored vs. Wagner
(March 18)...Had two hits, two runs and two steals vs. Wagner (March 17)...Posted two hits, a double, two runs and two RBI vs. Siena (March 16)...Drove in two and stole a base vs. Siena (March 15
G1)...Delivered two hits, including a double, vs. Monmouth (March 8)...Was 3-for-4 with a double
and two runs scored against Monmouth (March 7)...Earned two hits, a double, an RBI, a run scored
and a stolen base at JU (March 5)...Notched a single and an RBI vs. JU (March 4)...Drove in the winning run with two outs in
the eighth inning of a 4-3 victory over CMU (March 2)...Was a perfect 3-for-3 with a run scored and sacrifice hit against Missouri (Feb. 25)...Collected two hits, two runs and three stolen bases vs. FAMU (Feb. 24)...Posted a sacrifice fly, stole a base
and scored a run against FAMU (Feb. 23)...Had a 2-for-5 affair with three runs scored in D-I debut vs. FAMU (Feb. 22).
#33 Kiko Vazquez
IF - 6-3 - 235 - Jr. - Sebring, Fla./Sebring
2008: Preseason All-C-USA Team, and selected to the Golden Spikes Award Watch List...Starts the
year on the bench due to an injury suffered during practice Feb. 11.
2007: Voted onto the All-Conference USA First Team...Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Academic
Team...Ranked first in the league in on-base percentage (.467), second in slugging percentage (.587)
and sacrifice flies (six) and third in batting average (.364) and RBI (57)...Also led UCF with 17 doubles, nine homers and 32
walks...Only Knight to play in all 59 games, while making 58 starts at first base...Finished with a .985 fielding percentage
(510-18-8)...Racked up 25 two-out RBI, 11 multi-RBI games and notched the RBI 17 times out of 22 tries when faced with a
runner at third and less than two outs...Concluded the year with 18 multi-hit outings...Hit by a pitch 13 times, seventh-most
in UCF history, and issued a program record seven intentional walks...Hit .376 in C-USA regular-season games, collecting
five dingers, 22 RBI and a 1.097 OPS...Recorded at least one RBI in final seven games of the season.
2008 UCF Baseball Game Notes
Siebenaler’s Career Highs
Runs: 3 vs. Florida A&M (2/22/08)
Hits: 3, twice, last vs. Monmouth (3/7/08)
RBI: 2, three times, last vs. Siena (3/16/08)
HR: --SB: 3 vs. Florida A&M (2/24/08)
Siebenaler’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB R
2008 35/35 .244 123 22
Totals 35/35 .244 123 22
H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
30 4
1 0 15 12
30 4
1 0 15 12
Vazquez’s Career Highs
Runs: 4 vs. Monmouth (3/3/06)
Hits: 5 vs. USF (4/24/07)
RBI: 6 vs. Maryland (2/17/07)
HR: 2, twice, last at Memphis (5/4/07)
SB: 1 vs. Michigan State (3/6/07)
Vazquez’s Career Stats
Year G/GS Avg. AB
2006 54/51 .247 170
2007 59/58 .364 206
2008
0/0 .000 0
Totals 113/109 .311 376
R H
31 42
36 75
0
0
67 117
2B 3B HR
11 0 4
17 1 9
0
0 0
28 1 13
RBI
21
57
0
78
SB
0
1
0
1
15
Player
2008 UCF Baseball
Overall Statistics for UCF (as of Apr 12, 2008)
(All games Sorted by Batting avg)
Record: 25-12
Home: 22-6
AVG
GP-GS
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR RBI
7 Dwayne Bailey....
14 Shane Brown......
22 Ryan Richardson..
5 Eric Kallstrom...
21 Robert Lara......
28 Colin Arnold.....
35 Chris Duffy......
3 Tyson Auer.......
9 Josh Siebenaler..
-------------1 Evan Stobbs......
16 Kyle Mills.......
8 Brandon Romans...
32 Tim Russell......
20 Chadd Hartman....
12 Matt Lambert.....
19 Stephen Branca...
6 Nick Choto.......
26 Matt Manning.....
.407
.368
.359
.326
.313
.301
.288
.279
.244
37-37
32-32
34-34
33-33
33-31
36-35
35-28
37-37
35-35
145
117
117
135
96
146
104
136
123
35
27
24
16
25
32
19
34
22
59
43
42
44
30
44
30
38
30
6
9
4
8
2
10
4
4
4
2
0
3
1
1
0
0
2
1
0
4
2
3
2
0
4
2
0
.357
.303
.280
.276
.258
.143
.095
.000
.000
18-6
23-2
22-10
21-8
25-3
11-0
16-2
16-0
1-0
28
33
50
29
31
7
21
3
0
7
7
8
8
7
1
0
4
0
10
10
14
8
8
1
2
0
0
2
3
3
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
Totals..............
Opponents...........
.313
.273
37-37
37-37
1321 276 413
1311 203 358
64
58
11
5
Away: 3-6
C-USA: 3-8
TB
SLG%
BB HBP
SO GDP
20
38
18
26
19
31
17
21
15
69
64
58
63
40
54
46
52
36
.476
.547
.496
.467
.417
.370
.442
.382
.293
16
14
19
6
20
18
19
21
13
4
12
2
1
1
8
3
4
5
18
18
21
14
21
20
41
30
14
8
4
9
8
7
2
3
0
0
15
13
23
13
16
1
2
0
0
.536
.394
.460
.448
.516
.143
.095
.000
.000
3
4
3
6
5
2
2
1
0
1
0
5
4
1
1
0
0
0
22 246
17 190
565
477
.428 172
.364 146
OB%
SF
SH
SB-ATT
1
1
2
2
1
4
2
4
2
.473
.469
.444
.357
.429
.400
.413
.389
.331
2
4
4
1
2
3
0
1
4
5
0
1
1
3
1
0
3
3
19-19
2-3
8-9
3-3
2-2
10-11
2-2
15-18
12-14
11
5
10
5
10
1
6
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
.424
.368
.373
.462
.368
.400
.174
.250
.000
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0-0
1-1
1-1
0-0
2-2
0-0
1-2
1-3
0-0
52 245
59 380
23
26
.406
.369
25
9
19
22
79-90
35-41
PO
A
E
FLD%
59 99
228 10
49
1
39 103
266 16
45
0
3 15
77
1
22 45
2
2
1
4
3
3
3
2
5
.988
.992
.980
.973
.989
.938
.857
.975
.931
43
4
133
2
6
5
8
1
0
8
10
7
0
0
0
10
2
3
3
2
2
0
0
0
3
0
0
.944
.875
.986
1.000
1.000
1.000
.857
1.000
1.000
1002 380
956 412
46
71
.968
.951
LOB - Team (360), Opp (343). DPs turned - Team (30), Opp (28). CI - Team (1), B. Romans 1, Opp (3). IBB - Team (6), S. Brown
3, D. Bailey 1, C. Arnold 1, Richardson 1, Opp (2). Picked off - D. Bailey 2.
Player
(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)
ERA
W-L
APP
GS
CG SHO/CBO SV
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
2B
3B
HR
34 Mitch Herold.....
29 Kyle Sweat.......
15 Mitch Houck......
-------------37 Paul Cinder......
31 Justin Weiss.....
10 Cody Allen.......
25 Austin Hudson....
27 Matt Goodyear....
44 Brennan Dobbins..
36 Jaager Good......
30 Brian Griggs.....
24 Carmine Giardina.
11 Cory Weech.......
17 Caleb Graham.....
1 Evan Stobbs......
26 Matt Manning.....
3.12
4.22
5.79
3-2
4-2
3-1
8
8
8
7
8
7
1
0
0
0/0
0/0
0/1
1.50
1.85
3.00
3.86
4.15
4.30
5.40
7.24
8.24
8.31
8.64
8.83
9.53
0-0
1-1
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
3-1
1-2
2-1
0-0
1-2
1-0
0-0
5
15
12
12
4
11
5
8
8
2
5
7
5
0
0
1
0
1
0
5
1
2
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals..............
Opponents...........
4.96
6.52
25-12
12-25
37
37
37
37
1
0
AB B/Avg
WP HBP
BK
SFA SHA
0
0
0
40.1
42.2
37.1
31
53
40
15
23
25
14
20
24
18
12
21
39
38
56
1
11
7
0
1
0
2
0
3
144
176
146
.215
.301
.274
2
2
6
1
8
12
0
1
0
0
2
0
2
2
1
0/0
0/1
0/0
0/1
0/0
0/0
0/1
0/0
0/1
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0
5
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6.0
24.1
27.0
25.2
8.2
23.0
21.2
13.2
19.2
4.1
16.2
17.1
5.2
7
23
21
20
8
23
21
16
29
6
24
26
10
1
5
9
16
5
14
13
11
21
4
18
17
6
1
5
9
11
4
11
13
11
18
4
16
17
6
1
9
4
15
6
11
10
6
15
1
8
6
3
4
22
32
25
11
27
27
21
28
5
18
21
6
1
3
3
3
3
2
5
2
2
2
4
6
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
3
2
2
0
0
1
0
23
89
97
93
34
94
82
54
89
19
70
75
26
.304
.258
.216
.215
.235
.245
.256
.296
.326
.316
.343
.347
.385
0
0
0
3
3
2
2
1
10
0
1
4
0
1
5
3
1
4
3
3
4
2
3
6
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
3
0
3
0
1
1
2
4
0
1
2
0
2/2
0/0
8 334.0 358 203 184 146 380
3 318.2 413 276 231 172 245
58
64
5
11
17 1311
22 1321
.273
.313
36
41
59
52
5
15
9
25
22
19
PB - Team (10), R. Lara 8, B. Romans 2, Opp (15). Pickoffs - Team (12), M. Houck 6, R. Lara 2, E. Stobbs 1, C. Graham 1, K.
Sweat 1, C. Allen 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - R. Lara (20-24), B. Romans (14-15), C. Giardina (7-7), M. Herold (4-5), J. Weiss
(4-5), M. Houck (4-5), B. Dobbins (4-4), K. Sweat (3-4), A. Hudson (4-4), C. Allen (2-3), E. Stobbs (1-1), B. Griggs (1-1),
C. Graham (0-1), J. Good (1-1).
2008 UCF Baseball
Overall Statistics for UCF (as of Apr 12, 2008)
(All games Sorted by Fielding pct)
Player
29
31
20
12
10
36
6
26
25
27
32
14
21
7
8
22
3
5
1
28
9
16
34
35
19
44
17
30
15
24
37
11
C
Kyle Sweat.......
Justin Weiss.....
Chadd Hartman....
Matt Lambert.....
Cody Allen.......
Jaager Good......
Nick Choto.......
Matt Manning.....
Austin Hudson....
Matt Goodyear....
Tim Russell......
Shane Brown......
Robert Lara......
Dwayne Bailey....
Brandon Romans...
Ryan Richardson..
Tyson Auer.......
Eric Kallstrom...
Evan Stobbs......
Colin Arnold.....
Josh Siebenaler..
Kyle Mills.......
Mitch Herold.....
Chris Duffy......
Stephen Branca...
Brennan Dobbins..
Caleb Graham.....
Brian Griggs.....
Mitch Houck......
Carmine Giardina.
Paul Cinder......
Cory Weech.......
Totals..............
Opponents...........
Hitting minimums - 5 Games
Pitching minimums - 3 Games
1.5 AB/Game
0.8 IP/Game
A
E
FLD%
DPs
2
6
1
7
6
0
5
0
1
3
1
3
1
2
0
3
1
2
1
1
2
0
228 10
266 16
59 99
133
7
49
1
77
1
39 103
43
8
45
0
22 45
4 10
1
6
3 15
8 10
2
4
0
3
0
3
2
9
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
2
2
1
2
4
3
3
5
2
1
3
3
2
1
1
4
2
0
0
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.992
.989
.988
.986
.980
.975
.973
.944
.938
.931
.875
.875
.857
.857
.750
.750
.750
.733
.600
.000
.000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
4
19
0
0
0
16
8
0
8
2
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
4
0
0
2
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
20
0
14
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
4
0
1
4
7
0
0
1428 1002 380
1439 956 412
46
71
.968
.951
30
28
35
79
8
8
6
5
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
240
285
160
142
51
80
146
54
48
72
16
8
21
21
8
4
4
15
5
0
0
PO
1.5 TPA/Game
SBA CSB
SBA%
PB
CI
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
.750
.800
----.667
1.000
----1.000
------.833
--.933
------1.000
------.800
----1.000
.000
1.000
.800
1.000
-----
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
2
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
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
11
.854
.878
10
15
1
3
2008 UCF Baseball
Game Results for UCF (as of Apr 12, 2008)
(All games)
Game date
Opposing team
Score
---------
-------------
-----
Feb 22, 2008
FLORIDA A&M
W 17-1
17 17
0/ 1
4
Feb 23, 2008
FLORIDA A&M
W 16-2
16 15
1/ 2
6
Feb 24, 2008
FLORIDA A&M
W 17-2
17 16
0/ 2
Feb 25, 2008
#5 MISSOURI
W 10-9
10 15
Feb 29, 2008
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
W
Mar 01, 2008
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
W 10-5
Mar 02, 2008
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
W
4-3
Mar 04, 2008
JACKSONVILLE
W
Mar 05, 2008 at Jacksonville
r
4-0
e
Inns
Overall
C-USA
--------/--------
----
-------
--------
5
9
1- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
J. Good (W 1-0)
1282 3:12
4
9
2- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
K. Sweat (W 1-0)
954 2:59
5
3
9
3- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
M. Herold (W 1-0)
972 2:55
3/ 9 10
2
7
4- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
J. Weiss (W 1-0)
1053 2:56
0/ 0
1132 2:40
4
h
7
e/ r
h
Pitcher of record
Attend Time
---------------------- ------ ----
5
1
9
5- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
J. Good (W 2-0)
1/ 5 10
6
9
6- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
C. Allen (W 1-0)
966 3:30
4 11
0/ 3
8
3
9
7- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
B. Griggs (W 1-0)
1071 3:08
5-4
5
3/ 4
5-10 L
5 14
10 11
8
7
0
9
8- 0- 0
0- 0- 0
A. Hudson (W 1-0)
840 2:55
6/10 12
2
9
8- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
C. Graham (L 0-1)
607 3:21
10 12
0/ 2
8
1
9
9- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
J. Good (W 3-0)
753 3:57
Mar 07, 2008
MONMOUTH
W 10-2
Mar 08, 2008
MONMOUTH
W
8-4
8 11
0/ 4
8
2
9
10- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
A. Hudson (W 2-0)
874 2:46
Mar 09, 2008
MONMOUTH
W
5-4
5 12
2/ 4 13
4
(16)
11- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
B. Dobbins (W 1-0)
892 5:28
Mar 11, 2008
PITTSBURGH
W
8-2
8 13
0/ 2 14
2
9
12- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
M. Houck (W 1-0)
Mar 12, 2008 at Stetson
W
7-3
7 14
1/ 3
7
1
9
13- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
C. Giardina (W 1-0)
Mar 15, 2008
SIENA
W 19-15
1/15 20
2
9
14- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
E. Stobbs (W 1-0)
837 3:57
Mar 15, 2008
SIENA
W
9-6
9 11
0/ 6
9
4
9
15- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
K. Sweat (W 2-0)
985 2:40
Mar 16, 2008
SIENA
W 12-1
12 17
1/ 1 10
1
9
16- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
M. Herold (W 2-0)
930 2:30
Mar 17, 2008
WAGNER
W
6-0
6
9
1/ 0
0
0
9
17- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
M. Houck (W 2-0)
872 2:51
Mar 18, 2008
WAGNER
W
5-1
5
7
1/ 1
6
1
9
18- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
C. Graham (W 1-1)
881 2:30
Mar 19, 2008
WAGNER
W
9-3
9 10
1/ 3
9
2
9
19- 1- 0
0- 0- 0
M. Goodyear (W 1-0)
4
1/ 8 10
0
9
19- 2- 0
0- 1- 0
J. Good (L 3-1)
3358 2:49
*Mar 21, 2008 at Southern Miss
4-8
*Mar 22, 2008 at Southern Miss
W 15-4
*Mar 23, 2008 at Southern Miss
Mar 25, 2008
NORTH FLORIDA
Mar 26, 2008 at Florida Gulf Coast
19 14
L
6
15 14
876 2:54
2017 3:58
848 2:37
0/ 4
8
2
9
20- 2- 0
1- 1- 0
K. Sweat (W 3-0)
3314 3:25
6-10 L
6
7
1/10
9
2
9
20- 3- 0
1- 2- 0
M. Herold (L 2-1)
3030 2:56
5-8
5
9
3/ 8 12
0
9
20- 4- 0
1- 2- 0
B. Griggs (L 1-1)
842 2:56
L
W
8-4
8 15
3/ 4
8
3
9
21- 4- 0
1- 2- 0
C. Giardina (W 2-0)
W
3-2
3
6
2/ 2
8
2
9
22- 4- 0
2- 2- 0
M. Houck (W 3-0)
1158 3:12
652 3:12
*Mar 28, 2008
EAST CAROLINA
*Mar 29, 2008
EAST CAROLINA
2-10 L
2
7
1/10 21
1
9
22- 5- 0
2- 3- 0
K. Sweat (L 3-1)
1490 3:10
*Mar 30, 2008
EAST CAROLINA
1-10 L
1
9
1/10 10
2
9
22- 6- 0
2- 4- 0
M. Herold (L 2-2)
1061 2:50
Apr 01, 2008
USF
4-17 L
4
7
3/17 17
3
9
22- 7- 0
2- 4- 0
C. Graham (L 1-2)
2397 3:23
Apr 02, 2008
FLORIDA GULF COAST
4-6
L
4 12
1/ 6 13
1
9
22- 8- 0
2- 4- 0
B. Griggs (L 1-2)
951 3:01
*Apr 04, 2008 at Houston
3-5
L
3 10
3/ 5
9
1
9
22- 9- 0
2- 5- 0
K. Sweat (L 3-2)
1002 2:45
*Apr 05, 2008 at Houston
1-10 L
1
1/10
9
1
9
22-10- 0
2- 6- 0
M. Houck (L 3-1)
1104 2:44
*Apr 06, 2008 at Houston
7-14 L
7 11
2/14 19
1
9
22-11- 0
2- 7- 0
C. Giardina (L 2-1)
1283 3:23
7
Apr 08, 2008
USF
W
6-3
6 10
0/ 3
7
1
9
23-11- 0
2- 7- 0
C. Allen (W 2-0)
977 2:49
Apr 09, 2008
STETSON
W
4-1
4
0/ 1
3
1
9
24-11- 0
2- 7- 0
M. Herold (W 3-2)
909 2:27
*Apr 11, 2008
MEMPHIS
W 10-6
10 17
1/ 6 11
3
9
25-11- 0
3- 7- 0
K. Sweat (W 4-2)
843 3:12
*Apr 12, 2008
MEMPHIS
7-8
7 13
1/ 8 13
1
(11)
25-12- 0
3- 8- 0
J. Weiss (L 1-1)
975 4:07
* = Conference USA game
() extra inning game
L
9

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