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					                         2011 University of Florida Baseball
                              Georgia Southern (7-5) vs. Florida (10-1)
                          Florida Baseball Contact: John Hines • (352) 375-4683 x6130 • Fax: (352) 375-4809 • johnh@gators.uaa.ufl.edu • www.GatorZone.com


2011 Schedule & Results                                             Tuesday, March 8 • Alfred A. McKethan Stadium (5,500) • Gainesville, Fla.

Date        Opponent                  Time/Result             GAME TIME:                       7 p.m.
Feb. 18     USF (SUN) (GVO)           W, 7-2                  RADIO:                           All Florida games are broadcast live on the Gator
Feb. 19     USF (GVO)                 W, 4-1                                                    Radio Network. Jeff Cardozo and Steve Russell will
Feb. 20     USF (GVO)                 W, 5-0
Feb.	22	    vs.	FAU	(FS-FL)		         W,	13-2
                                                                                                call the action on WRUF SportsRadio 850
Feb. 24     Boston College (GVO) W, 4-0                       TELEVISION:                      None
Feb. 25     Boston College (GVO) W, 9-3                       INTERNET:                        Live stats and audio via GatorZone.com
Feb. 27     Boston College (GVO) W, 7-2                       SERIES:                          UF leads, 9-2; 7-2 in Gainesville
March	1	    vs.	Florida	State	(BHSN)	 L,	3-5                  RANKINGS:                        UF is 1st in Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball,
March 4     Miami (Fla.) (GVO)        W, 8-3
March 5     Miami (Fla.) (SUN) (GVO) W, 1-0
                                                                                                NCBWA and USA Today/ESPN
March 6     Miami (Fla.) (SUN) (GVO) W, 5-3                   HEAD COACHES:                    Kevin O’Sullivan (Virginia ’91) is in his fourth year at
March 8     Georgia Southern          7 p.m.                                                    UF and is 133-64 as a head coach.
March	9		 at	USF	(BHSN)	 	            7	p.m.                                                    Rodney Hennon (Western Carolina ’93) is 411-262 in
March 11 Rhode Island                 7 p.m.                                                    his 12th year at GSUand is 492-300-1 in his 14th year as
March 12 Rhode Island                 4 p.m.
March 13 Rhode Island                 1 p.m.
                                                                                                a head coach.
March 15 Fla. State (SUN) (GVO) 7 p.m.                        Gators Host Eagles on Tuesday
March	18	 at	LSU*	(CSS)	(GVO)	        7	p.m.                  	     Fresh	off	its	first-ever	three-game	sweep	of	Miami	(Fla.)	at	McKethan	Stadium,	No.	1	
March	19	 at	LSU*	(FS-FL)	(GVO)	 7:30	p.m.                    Florida	(10-1)	welcomes	Georgia	Southern	(7-5)	of	the	Southern	Conference	for	the	first	of	its	
March	20	 at	LSU*	(GVO)	 	            1	p.m.                  five	games	during	spring	break.	In	its	most	recent	action,	GSU	dropped	two	of	three	outings	
March 22 Winthrop                     7 p.m.                  at	home	to	St.	John’s	(4-3,	3-14,	3-7).
March 23 Winthrop                     7 p.m.
March 25 South Carolina* (GVO) 7 p.m.                         Tentative Pitching Matchup
March 26 So. Car.* (FS-FL) (GVO) 7 p.m.
                                                                               Georgia Southern                                Florida
March 27 South Carolina* (GVO) 1 p.m.
March	29	 vs.	Florida	State	(FS-FL)	 7	p.m.                       Tuesday:     Chris	Beck	(R)	(1-0,	2.12)	                     Nick	Maronde	(L)	(0-0,	3.86)
April 1     Tennessee* (CSS)          7 p.m.
April 2     Tennessee* (CSS)          1 p.m.                  Getting The Starting Assignment
April 3     Tennessee* (GVO)          1 p.m.                  	     Junior	 Nick Maronde	 will	 be	 making	 his	 first	 start	 since	 June	 7,	 2009,	 in	 the	 NCAA	
April 5     UCF (GVO)                 7 p.m.                  Gainesville	Super	Regional	against	Southern	Miss	(no-decision,	3.0	IP,	3	H,	3	R,	3	K).	The	
April	8	    at	Miss.	State*	(GVO)		   7:30	p.m.               left-hander	is	tied	for	the	team	lead	with	five	appearances	this	season	and	has	registered	five	
April	9	    at	Miss.	State*	(CSS)		   1	p.m.                  strikeouts	in	4.2	innings.	Maronde’s	most	recent	action	was	a	1.1-inning	stint	versus	Florida	
April	10	   at	Miss.	State*	(GVO)		   1	p.m.                  State	on	March	1	in	which	he	had	a	pair	of	K	and	did	not	allow	any	hits	or	runs.
April	12	   at	Florida	State	 	       6	p.m.
April	15	   at	Georgia*	(CSS)	        7	p.m.                  Protecting The House
April	16	   at	Georgia*	(ESPNU)	      2	p.m.                  	     Florida	will	enter	Tuesday’s	game	against	Georgia	Southern	riding	a	school-record	home	
April	17	   at	Georgia*	(CSS)	        2	p.m.                  winning	streak	of	24	games.	UF’s	last	loss	at	McKethan	Stadium	came	on	April	23,	2010,	an	
April	20    at	UCF	(BHSN)             6:30	p.m.               8-3	setback	to	No.	4	Arkansas	in	the	opener	of	the	weekend	series.	The	Gators	have	captured	
April 22    Alabama* (GVO)            7 p.m.                  their	last	12	regular-season	weekend	series	in	Gainesville	since	falling	two	out	of	three	to	No.	
April 23    Alabama* (ESPN2)          6 p.m.
                                                              16	Ole	Miss	between	April	17-19,	2009.
April 24    Alabama* (GVO)            1 p.m.
April 29    Ole Miss* (GVO)           7 p.m.
April 30    Ole Miss* (GVO)           7 p.m.                  One More For Century Mark
May 1       Ole Miss* (GVO)           1 p.m.                  	    Head	coach	Kevin O’Sullivan	boasts	a	99-19	(.839)	record	at	McKethan	Stadium	in	his	
May 3       Bethune-Cookman           7 p.m.                  fourth	year	at	the	helm	of	the	Gators,	including	a	9-0	start	this	year.
May	5	      at	Arkansas*	(ESPNU)		 7:30	p.m.		
May	6	      at	Arkansas*	(GVO)		      7:35	p.m.               Weekend Recap - Weathering The Hurricanes
May	7	      at	Arkansas*	(ESPNU)	     8	p.m.                  	      Florida	(10-1)	rebounded	from	a	5-3	mid-week	loss	to	No.	5	Florida	State	to	notch	its	first-
May 11      UNF                       7 p.m.                  ever	sweep	of	No.	24	Miami	(Fla.)	in	Gainesville	by	scores	of	8-3,	1-0	and	5-3…The	Gators	
May	13	     at	Vanderbilt*	(CSS)	     7	p.m.                  had	never	been	perfect	against	the	Hurricanes	in	a	three-game	set	in	Gainesville	and	took	
May	14	     at	Vanderbilt*		 	        3	p.m.                  all	three	meetings	from	UM	for	only	the	second	time	in	school	history	(Feb.	17-19,	2006)…In	
May	15	     at	Vanderbilt*	 	         2	p.m.                  addition,	UF	was	undefeated	in	the	regular-season	series	versus	Miami	for	just	the	seventh	
May 17      Jacksonville              7 p.m.                  time	following	2-0	triumphs	in	1948	(Gainesville),	1954	(Coral	Gables),	1956	(Coral	Gables),	
May 19      Kentucky* (GVO)           7 p.m.                  1976	(Gainesville)	and	1978	(Gainesville)	and	the	3-0	sweep	in	2006	(Coral	Gables)…Head	
May 20      Kentucky* (FS-FL) (GVO) 7 p.m.                    coach	Kevin O’Sullivan’s club	has	now	taken	nine	of	the	last	10	encounters	from	the	Hur-
May 21      Kentucky* (SEC-TV)        4 p.m.
                                                              ricanes,	including	six	in	a	row.
May	25-29	 at	SEC	Tournament	         TBA
June	3-6	 NCAA	Regionals		            TBA                     	      Junior	Preston Tucker	(3-for-4)	broke	a	2-2	tie	on	Sunday	with	a	lead-off	homer	and	
June	10-13	 NCAA	Super	Regionals	 TBA                         junior	Daniel Pigott 	(1-for-4)	came	through	with	a	two-run	double	later	in	the	sixth	to	pro-
June	18-29	 College	World	Series	     TBA                     vide	added	insurance	in	the	5-3	triumph	to	close	the	weekend…Junior	Tommy Toledo		(1-1,	
                                                              3.00)	retired	all	eight	Hurricanes	to	earn	his	first	win	of	the	campaign,	while	junior	Anthony
All	Times	Eastern;	Home	games	in	BOLD;	*SEC	Game;	            DeSclafani	(2-0,	0.00)	recorded	the	final	three	outs	after	entering	the	ballgame	with	a	pair	
GVO-GatorVision	Online;	SUN/FS-FL-Sun	Sports/FOX	             of	runners	board	and	none	out	to	collect	his	first	career	save...Senior	Bryson Smith	came	
Sports	Florida;	BHSN-Bright	House	Sports	Network;	CSS-        through	with	a	pinch-hit	RBI	single	in	the	eighth	inning	to	drive	in	senior	Josh Adams	with	
Comcast/Charter	Sports	Southeast;	ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU-           the	game’s	only	run	as	UF	edged	Miami,	1-0,	on	Saturday	afternoon…The	duo	of	sophomore	
ESPN	Family	of	Networks;	SEC-TV	denotes	SEC-TV	Game	          Hudson Randall and	DeSclafani	combined	to	one-hit	the	Hurricanes	and	notched	the	Gators’	
of	the	Week.	                                                 first	shutout	of	Miami	since	Feb.	13,	2004	(3-0	in	Coral	Gables)…Sophomore Brian Johnson
                                                              threw	five	scoreless	innings	and	the	Gators	raced	out	to	an	8-0	lead	through	four	innings	
                                     2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                                                                 on	its	way	to	an	8-3	victory	over	Miami	on	Friday	night…Johnson	(3-0)	matched	his	career	
                       Quick Facts                                               high	of	nine	strikeouts	and	has	yet	to	yield	a	run	in	17	innings	this	season…The	southpaw	
                                                                                 was	supported	by	an	offense	that	featured	a	season-best	3-for-3,	three-RBI	performance	by	
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                                                                                 Adams	 and	 a	 two-run	 homer	 by	 sophomore	 Austin Maddox	 (2-for-5)…UF’s	 pitching	 staff	
Location:		............................................... Gainesville,	Fla.	
                                                                                 matched	its	season	high	of	13	K…Over	the	three	games,	the	Gators	batted	.290	(27-for-93)	
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                                                                                 and	out-scored	the	Hurricanes,	14-6,	while	their	pitching	staff	compiled	an	ERA	of	2.00,	with	
Founded:		................................................................1853
                                                                                 28	strikeouts	and	six	walks.		
Nickname:	............................................................Gators
Colors:		................................................ Orange	and	Blue
                                                                                 Growing Up Fast
Conference:		.................Southeastern	(Eastern	Division)
                                                                                 	      Third	baseman	Zack Powers	was	chosen	as	the	SEC	Freshman	of	the	Week	for	the	first	
                                    .
Home	Field	(Capacity):		 .......McKethan	Stadium	(5,500)
                                                                                 time	on	Monday	after	going	4-for-10	(.400)	over	the	Gators’	four	contests	last	week.	All	four	of	
President:		................Dr.	Bernie	Machen	(Vanderbilt	’68)
                                                                                 his	hits	were	doubles	and	he	scored	twice.	Over	the	weekend,	Powers	went	3-for-6	(.500)	in	
Athletics	Director:		................. Jeremy	Foley	(Hobart	’74)
                                                                                 the	sweep	of	No.	24	Miami	(Fla.).	He	had	his	first	career	multiple-hit	effort	in	the	finale,	when	he	
                                       .
Sr.	Assoc.	A.D.	-	Baseball:	 ......... Chip	Howard	(URI	’84)	
                                                                                 was	2-for-4	with	a	pair	of	doubles.	Powers	opened	the	scoring	on	Sunday	with	his	first	career	
                      .
Ticket	Office:		 ............................. (352)	375-4683,	x6800
                                                                                 RBI,	a	second-inning	double	that	plated	sophomore	Mike Zunino,	with	the	Orange	and	Blue	
Gator	Weather	Line:	................... (352)	375-4683,	x3044
                                                                                 going	on	to	post	a	5-3	win	over	the	Hurricanes.	The	rookie	also	doubled	and	laid	down	his	
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                                                                                 first	career	sacrifice	bunt	on	Saturday,	1-0	thriller	that	UF	captured	on	a	pinch-hit,	run-scoring	
GATOR BASEBALL                                                                   single	in	the	eighth	inning	by	senior	Bryson Smith.	In	10	games	played,	including	six	starts	
Head	Coach:	............. Kevin	O’Sullivan	(Virginia	’91/4th)	
                                                                                 on	the	hot	corner,	Powers	is	hitting	.250	(5-for-20).
Asst.	Coach:		............... Craig	Bell	(North	Florida	’89/4th)
Asst.	Coach:		.................. Brad	Weitzel	(Georgia	’83/4th)
Volunteer	Asst.	Coach:	...... Don	Norris	(Georgia	’92/5th)                       Disco Was Clutch
Athletic	Trainer:........... John	Barrett	(Miss.	State	’97/7th)                  	      Junior	Anthony DeSclafani	played	a	pivotal	role	in	UF’s	sweep	of	Miami	(Fla.).	Over	
Str.	&	Conditioning:		 .... Paul	Chandler	(Harding	’03/2nd)
                                .                                                two	appearances	in	the	series,	the	righty	collected	a	win	and	had	a	save	in	three	scoreless	
2010	Overall	Record:	.................................. 47-17	(.734)             innings.	The	righty	combined	with	sophomore	Hudson Randall	on	a	one-hit,	1-0	shutout	of	
2010	SEC	Record/Finish:		. 22-8/Overall	&	East	Champs	                           the	Hurricanes	to	clinch	the	series	on	Saturday,	when	he	was	the	winning	pitcher	by	retiring	
2010	Postseason:	 .................... 2-2	at	SEC	Tournament;	
                             .                                                   all	six	batters	he	faced	in	the	eighth	and	ninth	innings.	DeSclafani	preserved	Sunday’s	5-3	win	
.....3-0	at	NCAA	Regional;	2-0	at	NCAA	Super	Regional;	                          after	coming	into	the	game	with	two	runners	aboard	and	none	out	for	his	first	career	save.In	
..................................0-2	at	NCAA	College	World	Series	              three	games	last	week,	he	gave	up	one	hit	in	4.2	innings	with	six	K,	one	walk	and	zero	runs	
CWS/NCAA	Regional	Appearances:	........................6/26	                     and	is	now	2-0	with	a	0.00	earned	run	average,	10	strikeouts	and	one	walk	in	9.2	innings	this	
First	Year	of	Program:..............................................1912         season.
All-Time	Record:	..... 2,187-1,411-24	(.606,	97th	season)
                                                                                 Terrific Tucker
        2011 Offensive Leaders                                                   	     Junior	Preston Tucker	went	7-for-17	(.412)	over	Florida’s	four	games	last	week,	with	a	
                                                                                 .706	slugging	percentage	and	12	total	bases.	The	right	fielder	tallied	three	RBI,	scored	two	
                         OVERALL
                                                                                 runs	and	had	three	extra-base	hits	(two	doubles	and	a	homer).	He	went	2-for-4	with	an	RBI	
Batting Average:											.514	 -	Daniel	Pigott
                                                                                 and	a	run	scored	in	the	loss	to	No.	5	Florida	State	and	batted	.385	(5-for-13)	in	the	three	wins	
Slugging Pct.:															.739	 -	Preston	Tucker
                                                                                 over	Miami	(Fla.).	Tucker	snapped	a	2-2	tie	in	the	finale	with	a	lead-off	homer	in	the	sixth	and	
Runs Batted In:	              	12	 -	Preston	Tucker
                                                                                 went	3-for-4.	He	opened	the	series	by	going	2-for-5	with	an	RBI	single	as	part	of	the	Gators’	
Runs: 		                      	11	 -	Fontana/Zunino
                                                                                 four-run	second	inning.	Tucker	is	batting	.435	(20-for-46)	with	team-highs	in	RBI	(12),	multiple-
Hits:	                        	20	 -	Preston	Tucker
                                                                                 hit	games	(7),	doubles	(5),	multiple-RBI	games	(3)	and	homers	(3).
Home Runs:                    		3	 -	Preston	Tucker
Doubles:                      		5	 -	Pigott/Tucker
                                                                                 Gator Bytes
Triples:                      		1	 -	Three	Players
                                                                                 	  *Florida’s	last	non-conference	loss	at	McKethan	Stadium	was	to	Charleston	Southern,	
Stolen Bases:                 		2	 -	Daniel	Pigott

              PITCHING STATISTICS                                                                       Probable Gator Lineup
Earned Run Avg.:	           0.00	 -	Three	Players
Appearances:                		5	 -	Four	Players                                  Pos. Player             Cl.         Ht.     Wt.     Avg.    HR   RBI    Series vs. Miami (Fla.)
                                                                                 C	 	 Mike	Zunino	       So.	        6-2	    215	    .250	   2	   5	     .111,	1-9,	4	R,	2	BB
Victories:	                 		3	 -	Brian	Johnson                                 	   	 Ben	McMahan	      Jr.	        6-0	    200	    .294	   0	   1	     .333,	1-3,	1	R
Games Started:	             		3	 -	Three	Players                                 1B	 	 Austin	Maddox	    So.	        6-3	    225	    .256	   1	   8	     .182,	2-11,	2	RBI,	HR
                                                                                 	   	 Preston	Tucker	   Jr.	        6-0	    215	    .435	   3	   12	    .385,	5-13,	2	RBI,	2	2B
Complete Games:	            		0	 -	None                                          	   	 Brian	Johnson	    So.	        6-3	    225	    .342	   0	   7	     .375,	3-8,	2	R,	2	BB,	2B
Innings Pitched:												18.0	 -	Brian	Johnson                                2B	 	 Josh	Adams	       Sr.	        5-11	   205		   .353	   0	   5	     .500,	4-8,	3	RBI,	2	R
                                                                                 SS	 	 Nolan	Fontana	    So.	        5-11	   190	    .282	   0	   3	     .000,	0-11,	4	K,	1	BB,	SH	
Strikeouts:                  20	 -	Brian	Johnson                                 	   	 Cody	Dent	        Fr.	        5-11	   180	    .250	   0	   1	     .000,	0-2,	K
                                                                                 3B	 	 Zack	Powers	      Fr.	        6-3	    200		   .250	   0	   1	     .500,	3-6,	3	2B,	RBI,	1	R
                                                                                 	   	 Austin	Maddox	    So.	        6-3	    225	    .256	   1	   8	     .182,	2-11,	2	RBI,	HR
     SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (’10 stats)                                         LF	 	 Daniel	Pigott	    Jr.	        6-2	    205	    .514	   0	   11	    .444,	4-9,	3	RBI,	2	2B
Batting Average:											.342		-	Matt	den	Dekker                               CF	 	 Bryson	Smith	     Sr.	        6-2	    195	    .278	   0	   3	     .400,	2-5,	GW	1B	Sat.	
                                                                                 	   	 Kamm	Washington	 So.	         5-10	   180		   .300	   0	   4	     .333,	2-6,	1	BB,	1	SB
Slugging Pct.:															.658	 -	Austin Maddox                               RF	 	 Preston	Tucker	   Jr.	        6-0	    215	    .435	   3	   12	    .385,	5-13,	2	RBI,	2	2B
Runs Batted In:	              	33	 -	Alex Panteliodis                            	   	 Daniel	Pigott	    Jr.	        6-2	    205	    .514	   0	   11	    .444,	4-9,	3	RBI,	2	2B	
Runs: 		                      	28	 -	Matt	den	Dekker                             DH	 	 Ben	McMahan	      Jr.	        6-0	    200	    .294	   0	   1	     .333,	1-3,	1	R
                                                                                 	   	 Brian	Johnson	    So.	        6-3	    225	    .342	   0	   7	     .375,	3-8,	2	R,	2	BB,	2B
Hits:	                        	39	 -	Matt	den	Dekker                             Florida’s Starter
Home Runs:                    	11	 -	Austin Maddox                               Pos. Player             Cl.         Ht.     Wt.     ERA     W-L IP        H     R ER BB SO
                                                                                     	
                                                                                 LHP	 Nick	Maronde	      Jr.	        6-3	    200	    3.86	   0-0	 4.2	     6	    2	 2	 1	 5
Doubles:                      	10	 -	Nolan Fontana                               Bullpen
Triples:	                     		1	 - Three	Players                               RHP	 Matt	Campbell	     Sr.	        6-2	    200	    0.00	 0-0	 2.0	       3	    0	   0	   1	   3
                                                                                 RHP	 Jonathon	Crawford	 Fr.	        6-1	    200	    3.00	 0-0	 3.0	       4	    1	   1	   1	   2
Stolen Bases:                 	14		 - Matt	den	Dekker                            RHP	 DeSclafani	(1	SV)	 Jr.	        6-2	    195	    0.00	 2-0	 9.2	       4	    0	   0	   1	   10
               PITCHING STATISTICS                                                   	
                                                                                 LHP	 Daniel	Gibson	     Fr.	        6-3	    220	    13.50	 1-0	 2.0	      7	    3	   3	   1	   2
                                                                                 RHP	 Michael	Heller	    So.	        6-2	    195	    has	not	played	
Earned Run Avg.:	             1.59	 -	Kevin	Chapman                                  	
                                                                                 LHP	 Brian	Johnson	     So.	        6-3	    225	    0.00	 3-0	 17.0	      6	    0	 0	     2	   20
Appearances:	                 	15	 -	Kevin	Chapman                               RHP	 Keenan	Kish	       Fr.	        6-3	    200	    has	not	played
                                                                                 RHP	 Greg	Larson		      Jr.	        6-8	    225		   1.42	 0-0	 6.1	       5	    1	 1	     0	   6
Victories:	                   		4	 -	Three	Players                               RHP	 Austin	Maddox	     So.	        6-3	    225	    4.50	 0-0	 2.0	       2	    1	 1	     0	   3
Games Started:	               	10	 -	Alex Panteliodis                                	
                                                                                 LHP	 Alex	Panteliodis	  Jr.	        6-2	    230	    7.71	 0-0	 4.2	       7	    4	 4	     1	   5
                                                                                 RHP	 Justin	Poovey	     Jr.	        6-0	    200	    has	not	played
Innings Pitched:													59.2	-	Alex Panteliodis                             RHP		 Hudson	Randall	   So.	        6-3	    185	    1.00	 1-0	 18.0	      12	   2	   2	   0	   15	
Strikeouts:                				39			-		Hudson Randall                                	
                                                                                 LHP	 Rodriguez	(1	SV)		 So.	        6-2	    225	    1.69	 0-0	 5.1	       3	    1	   1	   2	   5
                                                                                 RHP	 T.	Toledo	(1	SV)		 Jr.	        6-3	    190	    3.00	 1-1	 9.0	       4	    3	   3	   3	   7
                                            returning	players	in	BOLD            RHP		 Karsten	Whitson	 Fr.	         6-4	    215	    1.76	 2-0	 15.1	      13	   3	   3	   3	   18
    2010 Southeastern Conference Standings (as of 3/7)
                                                                              EASTERN DIVISION
                          SEC         Pct.         GB          All          Pct.  Home Away                       Neutral     vs. Div.     Top 25      Last 10      Streak
 Vanderbilt               0-0         .000         ---         11-1         .917  7-1     4-0                     0-0         0-0          2-1         9-1          W4
 FLORIDA                  0-0         .000         ---         10-1         .909  9-0     0-0                     1-1         0-0          3-1         9-1          W3
 South Carolina           0-0         .000         ---         8-1          .889  8-0     0-1                     0-0         0-0          1-1         8-1          L1
 Tennessee                0-0         .000         ---         7-2          .778  7-2     0-0                     0-0         0-0          0-0         7-2          W1
 Kentucky                 0-0         .000         ---         5-6          .455  3-1     1-1                     1-4         0-0          0-2         5-5          W1
 Georgia                  0-0         .000         ---         3-8          .273  3-4     0-3                     0-0         0-0          2-4         3-7          L1

                                                                              WESTERN DIVISION
                   SEC                Pct.         GB          All          Pct.  Home Away                       Neutral     vs. Div.     Top 25      Last 10      Streak
 LSU               0-0                .000         ---         11-1         .917  11-1   0-0                      0-0         0-0          0-0         9-1          L1
 Arkansas          0-0                .000         ---         10-1         .909  10-1   0-0                      0-0         0-0          0-0         9-1          W4
 Ole Miss          0-0                .000         ---         10-3         .769  8-2    2-1                      0-0         0-0          0-0         7-3          L2
 Mississippi State 0-0                .000         ---         10-3         .769  10-3   0-0                      0-0         0-0          0-0         7-3          W1
 Auburn            0-0                .000         ---         9-3          .750  6-3    1-0                      2-0         0-0          1-1         8-2          W3
 Alabama           0-0                .000         ---         7-4          .636  7-1    0-1                      0-2         0-0          0-0         6-4          W3

                                                   6-3, on March 14, 2010.
    UF-GSU Series History                            *Senior second baseman Josh Adams was 4-for-8 (.500) against Miami (Fla.) and is hitting .353 with
                                                   seven runs and five RBI.
  Series Record: UF leads, 9-2                       *Sophomore LHP Brian Johnson is 3-0 and has not been scored upon in 17 innings this season, with
  At Gainesville: 7-2                              20 strikeouts and two walks.
  At Statesboro: 1-0                                 *Sophomore RHP Hudson Randall is 1-0 with a 1.00 ERA and has 15 K and zero walks in 18 innings and
  Neutral: 1-0                                     freshman RHP Karsten Whitson is 2-0 with a 1.76 ERA and has 18 K and three walks in 15.1 innings.
  1-run: 3-0                                         *Florida’s starting pitchers are 7-1 with a 1.27 ERA and a 57:8 strikeout to walk ratio in 56.2 innings of
  2-run: 1-2                                       work.
  Shutouts: None                                     *The pitching staff’s three saves all come from different players: junior Anthony DeSclafani, sophomore
  Most Runs, UF: 16 (3/27/91)                      Steven Rodriguez and junior Tommy Toledo.
  Margin, UF: 15 (16-1 on 3/27/91)                   *Junior Daniel Pigott’s current 10-game hitting streak is the longest by a UF player and brings him closer
  Most Runs, GSU: 8 (2/28/81)                      to his career best of 12 games from April 9-May 8, 2010. Pigott went 4-for-9 (.444) against Miami (Fla.) last
  Margin, GSU: 2, 2x, last (7-5 on 2/9/90)         weekend and he continues to lead the squad with a .514 (18-for-35) batting average.
  Longest Win Streak, UF: 7 games,                   *Sophomore Nolan Fontana is mired in an 0-for-16 slump since a second-inning triple against Boston
  2/10/90-current                                  College on Feb. 27. He is hitting .282 and leads the club in runs (11) and walks (seven).
  Longest Win Streak, GSU: 1 game, 2x,               *Sophomore Kamm Washington (.300, four RBI) enters the week on a career-high five-game hitting
  last 2/9/90                                      streak in which he is 5-for-12 (.417).
  Streak: Won 7                                      *UF has six homers in their 11 outings, three by junior Preston Tucker, two by sophmore Mike Zunino
                                                   and one by sophomore Austin Maddox.
  Last 10 Meetings (8-2)                             *The Gators are 8-for-13 on the basepaths, while opponents are 3-for-5.
  Date       Site         Result      Score          *Florida has played error-free baseball in seven of 11 games this year.
  2/28/81 Gainesville         L       6-8            *Florida is hitting .367 (51-for-139) against left-handers and .297 (66-for-222) against right-handers.
  2/14/89 Gainesville         W       5-4            *Lead-off batters are 38-for-90 (.422) for the Gators, but just 25-for-99 (.253) for opponents.
  2/9/90     Gainesville      L       5-7            *Gator pinch-hitters are 5-for-15 (.333)
  2/10/90 Gainesville         W       6-5 (10)     this year, as junior Ben McMahan and
  2/11/90 Gainesville         W       6-3          junior Jeff Moyer are 1-for-3 (.333) and                  How UF and GSU Match Up
  2/9/91     Orlando          W       5-1          Washington is 1-for-2 (.500). Senior
                                                   Bryson Smith delivered the eventual               Florida ....................... Category ........ Georgia Southern
  3/26/91 Gainesville         W       11-3
                                                   game-winning single as a pinch hitter             10-1 (.909) .................... Record .........................7-5 (.583)
  3/27/91 Gainesville         W       16-1
                                                   against Miami (Fla.) last Saturday.               N/A..........................League Record .............................N/A
  4/6/93     Gainesville      W       5-4
                                                     *Opposing hitters are 11-for-80 (.138)          .324 ....................... Batting Average .......................... .312
  4/7/93     Gainesville      W       10-3
                                                   with runners in scoring position, while           361 ............................... At Bats .................................. 436
                                                   Florida is 44-for-130 (.338).                     66 ................................... Runs ...................................... 99
      *Florida has totaled 13 sacrifices, led by two sac flies apiece by Adams and Maddox.           117 ................................... Hits ..................................... 136
Adams has a team-high three sacrifice hits.                                                          25 .................................Doubles ................................... 30
      *The Gators have roped 25 doubles, led by five apiece from Pigott and Tucker.                  3 ....................................Triples....................................... 3
      *With three shutouts already this season, UF has matched its entire output in 64               6 ................................Home Runs .................................. 9
games last year.                                                                                     61 ........................... Runs Batted In .............................. 92
      *Florida is 7-for-12 (.583) with the bases loaded, while its foes are 1-for-3 (.333).          .460 ................... Slugging Percentage ...................... .456
      *Led by eight from Pigott and four from Johnson, the Gators have 27 two-out RBI,               8/13 .................. Stolen Bases/Attempts ................... 16/19
compared to just five for opponents.                                                                 39 .................................. Walks ..................................... 56
      *Opponents are batting just .107 against Johnson - lefties are 1-for-11 (.091) and             45 ............................... Strikeouts .................................. 68
righties are 5-for-45 (.111). Foes are 0-for-16 with runners on base against him.                    .391 ................... On-Base Percentage ...................... .402
      *After notching a school-record .978 fielding percentage last year, the Gators have            1.91 ............................Team ERA .............................. 4.00
picked up right where they left off by committing just six errors through their first 11 games       5.60 ........................ Opponent ERA ........................... 6.57
for a .986 clip.                                                                                     3 .................................... Saves ....................................... 1
                                                                                                     16 .................................. Walks ..................................... 47
Starts Under O’Sullivan                                                                              101 ............................. Strikeouts .................................. 82
      The 10-1 start by the Gators is their best since 2003. Through 11 games during                 .211 .................. Batting Average Against .................... .275
Kevin O’Sullivan’s four-year tenure, Florida started 8-3 in 2008, 7-4 in 2009 and 9-2                .986 .................... Fielding Percentage ....................... .957
last season.                                                                                         6 .................................... Errors ..................................... 21
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                                                              2011 National Baseball Polls
         Baseball America                                   Collegiate Baseball                                  USA Today/ESPN                                              NCBWA
1. FLORIDA......................... 10-1            1. FLORIDA......................... 10-1            1. FLORIDA......................... 10-1            1. FLORIDA......................... 10-1
2.	 Vanderbilt......................... 11-1	       2.	 Oklahoma ........................ 14-0          2.	 Oklahoma ........................ 14-0          2.	 Vanderbilt......................... 11-1	
3.	 Oklahoma ........................ 14-0          3.	 Vanderbilt......................... 11-1	       3.	 Vanderbilt......................... 11-1	       3.	 Oklahoma ........................ 14-0
4.	 South	Carolina................... 8-1           4.	 Clemson ............................ 7-2        4.	 South	Carolina................... 8-1           4.	 South	Carolina................... 8-1
5.	 Texas	 ................................ 7-4	    5. Florida State .................... 10-1          5. Florida State .................... 10-1          5. Florida State .................... 10-1
6.	 Cal	State	Fullerton............. 8-3	           6.	 South	Carolina................... 8-1           6.	 Virginia............................. 12-1	     6.	 Virginia............................. 12-1	
7.	 TCU ................................... 7-4	    7.	 LSU ................................. 11-1      7.	 Clemson ............................ 7-2        7.	 Arizona	State ..................... 9-2
8.	 Florida	State .................... 10-1         8.	 Cal	State	Fullerton............. 8-3	           8.	 LSU ................................. 11-1      8.	 Clemson ............................ 7-2
9.	 Arizona	State ..................... 9-2         9.	 TCU ................................... 7-4	    9.	 Arizona	State ..................... 9-2         9.	 TCU ................................... 7-4	
10.	 Clemson ............................ 7-2       10.	 Virginia............................. 12-1	    10.	 UCLA	 ................................ 7-4	    10.	 LSU ................................. 11-1
11.	 Virginia............................. 12-1	    11.	 Texas	 ................................ 7-4	   11.	 TCU ................................... 7-4	   11.	 UCLA	 ................................ 7-4	
12.	 Stanford ............................. 6-5	    12.	 UCLA	 ................................ 7-4	    12.	 Cal	State	Fullerton............. 8-3	          12.	 Texas	 ................................ 7-4	
13.	 UCLA	 ................................ 7-4	    13.	 Arizona	State ..................... 9-2	       13.	 Texas	 ................................ 7-4	   13.	 Cal	State	Fullerton............. 8-3	
14.	 Arizona .............................. 9-2     14.	 Texas	A&M ........................ 9-3         14.	 Arkansas ......................... 10-1        14.	 North	Carolina ................. 11-1
15.	 North	Carolina ................. 11-1          15.	 Arizona .............................. 9-2     15.	 Texas	A&M ........................ 9-3         15.	 Arkansas ......................... 10-1
16.	 LSU ................................. 11-1     16.	 North	Carolina ................. 11-1          16.	 North	Carolina ................. 11-1          16.	 Texas	A&M ........................ 9-3
17.	 Baylor ................................ 6-5    17.	 Stanford ............................. 6-5	    17.	 Arizona .............................. 9-2     17.	 Stanford ............................. 6-5	
18.		Rice ................................... 8-5   18.	 Arkansas ......................... 10-1        18.	 UC	Irvine ........................... 8-1      18.	 Arizona .............................. 9-2
19.	 Connecticut ....................... 4-4        19.	 Wichita	State ..................... 9-2        19.	 Stanford ............................. 6-5	    19.		Rice ................................... 8-5
20.	 California ........................... 6-4     20.	 Fresno	State ...................... 8-1        20.		Rice ................................... 8-5   20.	 Louisville ............................ 8-2
21.	 College	of	Charleston ...... 10-2              21.	 UC	Irvine ........................... 8-1      21.	 Louisville ............................ 8-2    21.	 UC	Irvine ........................... 8-1
22.	 Texas	A&M ........................ 9-3         22.	 Louisville ............................ 8-2    22.	 Fresno	State ...................... 8-1        22.	 College	of	Charleston ...... 10-2
23.	 Fresno	State ...................... 8-1        23.		Rice ................................... 8-5   23.	 College	of	Charleston ...... 10-2              23.	 Auburn ............................... 9-3
24.	 Tulane................................ 9-3     24.	 Georgia	Tech ..................... 8-4         24.	 Auburn ............................... 9-3     24.	 Coastal	Carolina ................ 7-4
25.	 Georgia	Tech ..................... 8-4         25.	 Auburn ............................... 9-3     25.	 Wichita	State ..................... 9-2        25.	 Georgia	Tech ..................... 8-4

 Gators in the Weekly Polls                                                        Seminoles Took Round One
 Week          BA CB BBW                     NCBWA                                 	 No.	5	Florida	State	used	a	five-run	third	inning	to	down	No.	1	Florida,	5-3,	in	front	of	7,869	
 Preseason	    1	 2	 3	                      3                                     fans	at	the	Florida	Four	held	at	George	M.	Steinbrenner	Field	in	Tampa	on	March	1.	The	
 Feb.	21	      1	 1	 2	                      2                                     Seminoles’	fourth-straight	win	over	the	Gators	came	in	the	first	of	the	four	regular-season	
 Feb.	28	      1	 1	 1	                      1                                     meetings	between	the	Sunshine	State	rivals.	
 March	7	      1	 1	 1	                      1	                                    	 After	Florida	pulled	to	within	5-3	in	the	sixth,	FSU’s	relievers	retired	the	final	10	Gator	
                                                                                   hitters	to	secure	the	victory.	Sophomore	right-hander	Scott	Sitz	worked	five	innings	for	the	
 Gators vs. Ranked Opponents (3-1)                                                 win,	while	senior	Mike	McGee	struck	out	the	side	in	the	ninth	to	pick	up	his	first	save.
 Date        Opponent (BA/CB/BBW/NCBWA)                           Result           	 Junior	Tommy Toledo	(0-1)	gave	up	two	hits	and	three	runs,	with	three	walks	and	one	
 March	1	    vs.	Florida	State	(11/5/6/5)	                        L,	3-5           strikeout	over	2.1	innings	and	was	followed	to	the	mound	by	junior	Alex Panteliodis	(2.2	
 March	4	    Miami	(Fla.)	(NR/24/NR/NR)	                          W,	8-3           IP,	4	H,	2	R).	Junior	Preston Tucker	went	2-for-4	with	an	RBI	single	in	the	third,	while	
 March	5	    Miami	(Fla.)	(NR/24/NR/NR)	                          W,	1-0           junior	Daniel Pigott and	sophomore	Kamm Washington	had	back-to-back	two-out	singles	
 March	6	    Miami	(Fla.)	(NR/24/NR/NR)	                          W,	5-3           in	the	sixth.	UF’s	pitchers	yielded	a	season-high	five	walks	and	its	defense	committed	a	
                                                                                   season-high	two	errors.

National Acclaim For Johnson
	     Sophomore	Brian Johnson	was	named	as	Louisville	Slugger’s	National	Player	of	the	Week	by	Collegiate	Baseball	on	Feb.	28	for	the	initial	time	in	
his	career.	He	became	the	first	Gator	recognized	since	Matt LaPorta	collected	the	honor	on	April	2,	2007.
	     In	the	series	opener	with	Boston	College,	Johnson	retired	the	first	17	Eagles’	hitters	as	part	of	a	combined	two-hit	shutout	with	sophomore	Steven
Rodriguez.	The	southpaw	established	a	school	record	with	27-consecutive	batters	retired	after	setting	down	the	final	10	USF	batters	in	the	season	opener,	
eclipsing	the	previous	mark	of	23	set	by	Bryan	Augenstein	against	Cincinnati	on	Feb.	11,	2006.
	     Johnson’s	stretch	versus	the	Eagles	was	the	second-longest	by	a	Gator	pitcher	to	open	a	game	behind	Augenstein	and	he	permitted	one	hit	and	had	
five	strikeouts	over	six	innings	against	BC.	No	runners	advanced	to	second	base	in	his	outing	and	the	lefty	threw	first-pitch	strikes	to	18	of	the	20	batters	
he	faced.	

Boston College Swept Away
	    Florida	continued	its	best	start	since	the	2002	squad	started	11-0	with	a	three-game	sweep	of	Boston	College	(4-0,	9-3,	7-2)…The	Gators	completed	the	
set	with	a	7-2	victory	on	Feb.	27	at	McKethan	Stadium,	raising	their	home	winning	streak	to	a	school-record	21	games…Freshman	RHP	Karsten Whitson
(2-0)	gave	up	one	run	on	five	hits	and	hadFr	five	strikeouts	over	5.1	innings	to	earn	the	decision…The	right-hander	had	started	his	collegiate	career	with	
10.1	scoreless	innings	until	allowing	an	RBI	single	to	in	the	sixth	inning…Sophomore	catcher	Mike Zunino	was	3-for-4	with	a	two-run	homer	and	two	runs,	
matching	his	career	high	for	hits…UF	plated	three	runs	in	the	seventh	to	snap	a	3-3	tie	en	route	to	a	9-3	victory	on	Friday	night…Junior	Preston Tucker
was	3-for-4	with	a	homer	and	drew	a	bases-loaded	walk	with	one	down	in	the	seventh	that	brought	in	senior	Bryson Smith	with	the	winning	run…Fresh-
man	LHP	Daniel Gibson (1-0)	earned	his	first	collegiate	win,	while	sophomore	starter	RHP	Hudson Randall	permitted	one	run	in	five	innings	of	work…In	
the	series	opener,	sophomore	left-hander	Brian Johnson	(2-0)	retired	the	first	17	hitters	of	the	game	and	combined	on	a	two-hit	shutout	with	classmate	
Steven Rodriguez	as	the	Gators	posted	a	4-0	shutout...Johnson	established	a	school	record	with	27-consecutive	batters	retired	after	setting	down	the	final	
10	USF	batters	last	Friday	night,	eclipsing	the	previous	mark	of	23	set	by	Bryan Augenstein	against	Cincinnati	on	Feb.	11,	2006…Johnson’s	stretch	versus	
the	Eagles	was	the	second-longest	by	a	Gator	pitcher	to	open	a	game	behind	Augenstein	and	he	has	tossed	12	scoreless	innings	to	begin	the	season...
Johnson	allowed	one	hit	and	had	five	strikeouts	over	six	innings	against	BC	and	Rodriguez	followed	with	three	innings	of	one-hit	ball,	in	which	he	tallied	
three	strikeouts,	to	earn	his	first	save	of	the	year…Having	blanked	USF,	5-0,	on	Feb.	20,	Florida’s	second-straight	shutout	at	home	marked	the	team’s	19th	
win	in	a	row	at	McKethan	Stadium,	breaking	the	previous	mark	of	18	from	March	16-May	13,	1963,	and	equaled	from	Feb.	10-March	31,	1998.

Gators Handled Owls
	    Encountering	Florida	Atlantic	on	Feb.	22	at	Roger	Dean	Stadium,	the	spring	training	home	of	the	Florida	Marlins	and	the	St.	Louis	Cardinals,	the	Gators	
erupted	for	season-highs	in	hits	and	runs	and	used	a	strong	outing	from	junior	right-hander	Anthony DeSclafani	to	post	a	13-2	victory	over	FAU	(3-1).
	    Working	on	a	pre-determined	pitch	count,	DeSclafani	(1-0)	threw	four	shutout	innings,	allowing	three	hits	and	totaling	three	strikeouts,	to	earn	his	first	
                             2011 University of Florida Baseball
win	since	March	15	of	last	season	against	Army.	Juniors	Preston Tucker	(4-for-5,	two	RBI)	and	
Daniel Pigott (4-for-5,	two	RBI,	two	runs)	each	matched	career	highs	with	four	hits	as	part	of	                Miscellaneous Records
the	Gators’	18-hit	offensive	outburst.
	     The	Gators	shot	out	of	the	gates	with	three	unearned	runs	on	three	hits	and	two	errors	in	       In	day	games	.....................................................7-0
the	first	inning,	tacked	on	three	runs	in	the	third	and	two	more	in	the	fifth	to	build	an	8-0	lead	    In	night	games	...................................................3-1
through	five	innings.	The	Owls	ended	UF’s	streak	of	22.2	scoreless	innings	with	a	lead-off	homer	      In	extra	innings	..................................................0-0
in	the	sixth,	only	to	have	the	Orange	and	Blue	respond	with	four	more	runs	in	the	seventh	for	a	       Vs.	left-handed	starter	.......................................4-0
12-1	margin.	Florida’s	six	pitchers	on	the	night	gave	up	seven	hits	and	a	pair	of	runs,	with	eight	    Vs.	right-handed	starter	.....................................6-1
                                                                                                       When	starter	receives	decision	.........................7-1
strikeouts	and	zero	walks.	The	offense	accounted	for	18	hits	from	nine	different	players	and	
                                                                                                                                                    .
                                                                                                       When	reliever	receives	decision	 .......................3-0
had	a	season-high	five	doubles.
                                                                                                                                                .
                                                                                                       When	starter	goes	5+	innings	...........................9-0
                                                                                                                                                .
                                                                                                       When	starter	goes	<5	innings	...........................1-1
Opening Weekend Recap                                                                                                         .
                                                                                                       When	scoring	first	 .............................................9-0
	     Florida	kicked	off	its	2011	campaign	with	a	three-game	sweep	of	Big	East	foe	USF	at	McK-                                               .
                                                                                                       When	opponent	scores	first	 ..............................1-1
ethan	Stadium…It	was	the	fourth-straight	year	of	head	coach	Kevin O’Sullivan’s tenure	that	the	        When	leading	after	6	innings	.............................9-0
Gators	opened	the	year	with	a	sweep	(2008:	Siena,	2009:	Louisville,	2010	&	2011:	USF)…With	            When	trailing	after	6	innings	..............................0-1
the	victory	in	the	finale,	UF	tied	the	school-record	home-winning	streak	of	18	games	originally	set	                                     .
                                                                                                       When	tied	after	6	innings	 ..................................1-0
from	March	16-May	13,	1963,	and	matched	from	Feb.	10-March	31,	1998…Sophomore	Nolan                    When	leading	after	8	innings	.............................10-0
Fontana	was	9-for-12	(.750)	with	three	multiple-hit	outings...Junior	Daniel Pigott started	twice	      When	trailing	after	8	innings	..............................0-1
in	the	outfield	and	was	4-for-7	(.571)	with	three	RBI…Nine	of	Florida’s	33	hits	in	the	series	went	                                      .
                                                                                                       When	tied	after	8	innings	 ..................................0-0
for	extra	bases,	with	seven	doubles	and	two	homers…Sophomore	Brian Johnson	fired	six	                  Vs.	ranked	opponents........................................3-1
scoreless	innings	and	poked	a	pair	of	doubles	as	Florida	raised	the	curtain	on	the	season	with	                                     .
                                                                                                       Vs.	Top-10	opponents	.......................................0-1
                                                                                                       In	one-run	games	..............................................1-0
a	7-2	victory…He	faced	the	minimum	of	18	batters,	yielded	two	singles,	registered	six	strikeouts	
                                                                                                                             .
                                                                                                       In	two-run	games	 ..............................................1-1
and	retired	the	final	10	Bulls	he	encountered…Johnson	was	supported	by	a	Gator	offense	that	           Winning	in	its	last	at	bat.....................................1-0
totaled	13	hits,	tallied	three	runs	in	the	third	and	four	more	in	the	fifth...Junior	Preston Tucker    Coming	from	behind	..........................................1-0
went	3-for-5	with	three	RBI,	highlighted	by	a	two-run	homer	in	the	fifth,	while	Fontana	(4-for-5)	     When	scoring	0-3	runs	......................................1-1
collected	a	career-high	four	hits	and	scored	twice…On	the	mound,	Johnson,	junior	Anthony               When	scoring	4-7	runs	......................................6-0
DeSclafani	and	freshman	Jonathon Crawford	held	the	Bulls	scoreless	for	eight	innings	be-               When	scoring	8-10	runs		...................................2-0
fore	the	visitors	plated	two	runs	in	the	ninth...Freshman	Zack Powers	drew	the	start	at	third	                                        .
                                                                                                       When	scoring	11+	runs	 .....................................1-0
base	and	batted	ninth,	where	he	was	1-for-3	and	scored	a	run…Florida	used	strong	pitching	             When	opponent	scores	6	runs	or	less	...............10-1
and	solid	defense	to	clinch	the	series	with	a	4-1	victory	on	Saturday	afternoon…Sophomore	             When	opponent	scores	7	runs	or	more	.............0-0
Hudson Randall gave	up	one	run	on	seven	hits	in	six	innings	for	the	win,	while	junior	relievers	       When	collecting	1-3	hits	....................................0-0
Nick Maronde and	Tommy Toledo	threw	three	scoreless	frames…With	the	Gators	holding	a	                  When	collecting	4-6	hits	....................................1-0
2-1	lead	in	the	seventh,	Toledo	came	out	of	the	bullpen	with	two	down	and	the	bases	full	and	          When	collecting	7-9	hits	....................................2-1
benefitted	from	a	tremendous	diving	play	by	Fontana	on	a	ball	hit	by	junior	Sam	Mende	that	            When	collecting	10-12	hits	................................4-0
                                                                                                       When	collecting	13+	hits	...................................3-0
saved	potentially	two	runs	and	instead	ended	the	inning	with	a	force	play	at	second	base...
                                                                                                       When	out-hitting	opponent	................................8-0
UF	tacked	on	an	insurance	run	in	the	bottom	of	the	frame	on	a	two-out	infield	single	by	Pigott	        When	out-hit	by	opponent	.................................1-0
(2-for-3)	that	scored	classmate	Ben McMahan and	the	hosts	completed	the	scoring	in	the	eighth	         When	hits	are	equal...........................................1-1
on	a	fielder’s	choice	by	Johnson	that	brought	across	senior	Josh Adams...Toledo	allowed	two	           When	hitting	a	home	run	...................................6-0
hits	over	2.1	innings	to	register	his	first	career	save…Four	Gator	pitchers	combined	on	a	four-        When	opponent	hits	a	home	run	.......................2-0
hit	shutout	as	Florida	blanked	USF,	5-0,	on	Sunday…Making	his	collegiate	debut,	freshman	              When	errorless	..................................................7-0
Karsten Whitson	registered	nine	strikeouts,	gave	up	one	walk	and	allowed	just	a	first-inning	          When	committing	one	error	...............................2-0
single	over	five	scoreless	frames	to	earn	the	win…After	yielding	the	base-hit,	the	right-hander	       When	committing	2+	errors	...............................1-1
retired	the	next	11	Bulls	he	faced	and	notched	five	strikeouts	in	a	row	at	one	point…Whitson	          When	opponent	is	errorless...............................4-0
was	followed	to	the	hill	by	junior	Greg Larson	(1.2	IP,	1	H,	2	K),	sophomore	Steven Rodriguez          Vs.	SEC	.............................................................0-0
(1.1	IP,	1	H,	1	K)	and	freshman	Daniel Gibson	(1.0	IP,	1	H,	1	K)…It	was	Florida’s	first	shutout	                       .
                                                                                                       Vs.	SEC	East	 ....................................................0-0
of	USF	since	Feb.	24,	1988,	7-0,	in	Gainesville,	and	the	team’s	first	shutout	since	defeating	                          .
                                                                                                       Vs.	SEC	West	 ...................................................0-0
                                                                                                       Vs.	Non-Conference	..........................................10-1
Florida	Atlantic,	15-0,	on	June	6,	2010,	in	the	NCAA	Gainesville	Regional	final.
                                                                                                       Vs.	2010	NCAA	Tournament	Participants	 .........4-1        .
                                                                                                                                            .
                                                                                                       Game	1	of	weekend	series	 ...............................3-0
Armed And Dangerous                                                                                                                         .
                                                                                                       Game	2	of	weekend	series	 ...............................3-0
	    The	Gators’	trio	of	starting	pitchers	against	USF,	sophomore	left-hander	Brian Johnson,	                                               .
                                                                                                       Game	3	of	weekend	series	 ...............................3-0
sophomore	right-hander	Hudson Randall and	freshman	right-hander	Karsten Whitson	together	
surrendered	one	run	over	17.0	innings,	with	21	strikeouts	and	one	walk	and	each	picked	up	a	           DAYS OF THE WEEK
win.	Over	27.0	innings,	the	Gator	pitching	staff	gave	up	22	hits	and	three	runs	for	a	1.00	earned	     Tuesday	.............................................................1-1
run	average,	totaling	31	strikeouts	and	permitting	two	walks.	UF	used	11	different	pitchers	in	                       .
                                                                                                       Wednesday	.......................................................0-0
the	series,	including	freshmen	Jonathon Crawford,	Daniel Gibson	and	Whitson.                           Thursday............................................................1-0
                                                                                                       Friday.................................................................3-0
Fontana Collects SEC Weekly Honor                                                                      Saturday	............................................................2-0
	     Sophomore	shortstop	Nolan Fontana	was	chosen	as	the	initial	Southeastern	Conference	             Sunday	..............................................................3-0
Player	of	the	Week	for	the	2011	season	on	Feb.	21	after	going	9-for-12	(.750)	last	weekend.	It	
                                                                                                       MONTHS OF THE YEAR
was	the	first	time	that	Fontana	received	the	Player	of	the	Week	accolade	after	being	chosen	
                                                                                                       In	February	........................................................7-0
Freshman	of	the	Week	twice	last	season	and	marked	the	first	time	that	a	Florida	player	had	            In	March.............................................................3-1
earned	the	honor	since	Cole Figueroa	on	May	19,	2008.	                                                 In	April................................................................0-0
	     Fontana	had	a	stretch	of	seven-consecutive	hits	(last	four	at	bats	on	Friday	and	first	three	            .
                                                                                                       In	May	 ...............................................................0-0
on	Saturday),	one	shy	of	the	school	record	held	by	Kurt Keene	(5/8-5/11/99),	and	he	paced	the	                   .
                                                                                                       In	June	 ..............................................................0-0
Orange	and	Blue	in	batting	average	(.750),	slugging	percentage	(.833),	on-base	percentage	
(.786),	total	bases	(10)	and	runs	scored	(five).                                                       UNIFORMS
	     In	the	season	opener,	he	collected	a	career-high	four	hits	and	was	4-for-5	with	two	runs	        In	Blue	...............................................................4-1
and	a	stolen	base	in	the	Gators’	7-2	triumph.	Fontana	keyed	Saturday’s	series-clinching	4-1	           In	Cream	(Throwbacks)	.....................................2-0
victory	by	going	3-for-4	with	a	run	and	made	the	defensive	play	of	the	game.	With	UF	clinging	                 .
                                                                                                       In	Gray	 ..............................................................0-0
to	a	2-1	lead	in	the	seventh,	the	2010	Division	I	Rawlings	Gold	Glove	team	member	made	a	              In	Orange...........................................................0-0
diving	stop	with	the	bases	loaded	and	two	down	to	save	a	pair	of	runs	by	flipping	over	to	senior	      In	White	.............................................................4-0
                             2011 University of Florida Baseball
second	baseman	Josh Adams	for	the	inning-ending	force	out.		Batting	out	of	the	
leadoff	spot,	Fontana	capped	the	series	with	a	2-for-3,	two-run	effort	and	was	also	              2011 SEC Preseason Polls
hit	twice	in	the	5-0	shutout.	
                                                                                          Eastern Division
                                                                                          Coaches              Baseball America           Perfect Game
Packing McKethan Stadium                                                                  1. FLORIDA           1. FLORIDA                 1. FLORIDA
	     The	three-game	series	between	Florida	and	USF	drew	14,003	spectators,	a	            2.	Vanderbilt	       2.	Vanderbilt	             2.	Vanderbilt
record	for	an	opening	weekend	at	Florida	and	the	second-highest	total	for	a	series	       3.	South	Carolina	   3.	South	Carolina	         3.	South	Carolina
in	Gainesville	behind	the	14,619	for	the	Florida-Georgia	series	from	May	14-16,	          4.	Kentucky	         4.	Georgia	                4.	Kentucky
                                                                                          5.	Georgia           5.	Kentucky	               5.	Georgia
2010.	The	crowd	of	5,157	last	Friday	was	just	shy	of	the	single-game	opening	mark	        6.	Tennessee	        6.	Tennessee	              6.	Tennessee
of	5,169	set	against	Miami	(Fla.)	on	Feb.	6,	1999.	
                                                                                          Western Division
Quick Review                                                                             Coaches               Baseball America           Perfect Game
	     UF	went	47-17	overall	last	season	and	captured	the	SEC	title	for	the	first	time	 1.	LSU	                 1.	LSU	                    1.	Auburn
                                                                                         2.	Arkansas	          2.	Ole	Miss	               2.	LSU
since	2005	on	its	way	to	the	program’s	sixth	trip	to	Omaha,	Neb.,	for	the	NCAA	 3.	Auburn	                     3.	Arkansas	               3.	Arkansas
College	World	Series.	In	reaching	the	40-win	plateau	for	the	19th	time	in	school	 4.	Ole	Miss	                 4.	Auburn	                 4.	Ole	Miss
history,	the	Gators	swept	through	both	the	NCAA	Regional	and	Super	Regionals	on	 5.	Alabama	                   5.	Alabama	                5.	Alabama
its	own	turf	in	Gainesville	to	reach	the	final	CWS	held	at	historic	Johnny	Rosenblatt	 6.	Mississippi	State	   6.	Mississippi	State	      6.	Mississippi	State
Stadium.	 Florida	 wound	 up	 seventh	 in	 Baseball	America	 and	 eighth	 in	 both	 the	
Collegiate	Baseball	and	USA	Today/ESPN	polls	after	falling	to	UCLA	(11-3)	and	Florida	State	(8-5).                         UF’s Predicted SEC Finish
                                                                                                                           Year    Place      Points Actual
NCAA Tournament Recap
                                                                                                                           1995	 2nd	         59	       T-2nd
	       Florida	made	its	26th	NCAA	Tournament	appearance	and	earned	the	third	national	seed,	hosting	two	rounds	
                                                                                                                           1996	 2nd	         57	       1st
of	postseason	action	at	McKethan	Stadium,	where	the	club	registered	a	33-3	(.917)	mark.	The	Gators	went	3-0	to	
                                                                                                                           1997*	 1st	        13	       T-1st
sweep	the	Gainesville	Regional,	downing	Bethune-Cookman	(7-3)	and	Oregon	State	(10-2)	and	then	overpower-
                                                                                                                           1998*	 1st	        13	       1st
ing	Florida	Atlantic	(15-0)	to	advance	to	the	NCAA	Super	Regional	for	the	fourth	time	in	school	history,	all	in	the	
                                                                                                                           1999*	 1st	        12	       T-2nd
past	seven	years.	The	following	weekend,	UF	handled	Miami	(Fla.)	twice	(7-2,	4-3	in	10	innings)	to	punch	its	
                                                                                                                           2000	 1st	         67	       2nd
first	ticket	to	Omaha	since	’05.	It	marked	the	second-straight	time	that	the	Gators	had	eliminated	the	Hurricanes	
                                                                                                                           2001	 1st	         66	       4th
from	NCAA	play.
                                                                                                                           2002	 2nd	         58	       2nd
                                                                                                                           2003	 2nd	         49	       3rd
Great Expectations
                                                                                                                           2004	 2nd	         58	       T-2nd
	     The	Orange	and	Blue	was	found	among	the	top	three	of	the	four	major	collegiate	baseball	preseason	polls:	
                                                                                                                           2005	 3rd	         48	       1st
1st	in	Baseball	America,	2nd	in	Collegiate	Baseball	and	3rd	in	both	USA	Today/ESPN	Coaches’	and	the	NCBWA.	
                                                                                                                           2006	 1st	         66	       6th
BA’s	ranking	marked	the	first	time	in	school	history	that	the	Gators	were	in	the	top	spot	in	the	preseason.	This	
                                                                                                                           2007	 6th	         29	       3rd
was	the	highest	preseason	ranking	for	the	squad	since	2006,	when	Florida	began	second	in	three	of	the	four	
                                                                                                                           2008	 5th	         29	       2nd
listings	following	its	runner-up	performance	at	the	2005	NCAA	College	World	Series.	
                                                                                                                           2009	 2nd	         52	       1st
                                                                                                                           2010	 1st	         64	       1st
Gazing At The Crystal Ball
                                                                                                                           2011	 1st	         66	       ???
	     Florida	was	predicted	to	finish	first	in	the	Southeastern	Conference,	as	voted	by	the	league’s	12	baseball	
                                                                                                                           *	coaches	used	different	point	system
coaches	in	the	20th	annual	preseason	SEC	poll.	In	addition	to	picking	a	preseason	SEC	Champion,	the	league’s	
head	coaches	voted	a	predicted	order	of	finish	in	the	SEC	Eastern	and	Western	Divisions.	After	capturing	back-to-back	divisional	flags,	Florida	was	the	
favorite	in	the	East	with	a	total	of	66	points.	Vanderbilt	was	second	with	55	points,	while	South	Carolina,	last	season’s	NCAA	National	Champion,	finished	
third	with	48	points.	In	the	West,	LSU	was	the	favorite	with	63	of	a	possible	66	points.	Arkansas	came	in	second	with	49	points	and	Auburn	third	with	46	
points.	The	SEC	schedule	is	set	to	begin	the	weekend	of	March	18-20,	while	the	2011	SEC	Tournament	will	be	held	from	May	25-29	at	Regions	Park	in	
Hoover,	Ala.

Strong Foundation
	    Florida	returned	22	letterwinners	off	of	last	season’s	club,	including	11	pitchers	and	eight	players	who	saw	the	majority	of	time	at	their	position.	Florida	
boasts	a	solid	nucleus	that	includes	two-time,	first-team	All-SEC	senior	second	baseman	Josh Adams	(.224,	42	RBI,	12	2B),	2010	second-team	All-SEC	
recipient	junior	Preston Tucker	(.331,	49	RBI,	17	2B,	11	HR)	and	five	sophomores	who	were	Freshman	All-Americans	last	season:	shortstop	Nolan Fontana
(.287,	56	R,	53	BB,	23	RBI,	11-16	SB),	left-hander/first	baseman	Brian Johnson	(6-4,	4.03,	.405,	21	RBI),	infielder	Austin Maddox	(.333,	72	RBI,	17	HR,	
16	2B),	right-hander	Hudson Randall (8-4,	3.24)	and	catcher	Mike Zunino	(.267,	41	RBI,	9	HR).	Johnson,	Maddox,	junior	left-hander	Alex Panteliodis
(11-3,	3.51)	and	Tucker	were	named	to	preseason	All-America	teams	released	by	Baseball	America,	Collegiate	Baseball	and	the	NCBWA.

Eager For Playing Time
	     The	Gators’	incoming	class	was	ranked	as	the	fifth	in	the	nation	by	Collegiate	Baseball	and	sixth	by	Baseball	America.	Ten	of	the	squad’s	11	newcomers	
hail	from	the	talent-laden	Sunshine	State	and	the	group	features	seven	position	players	(INF	Alex Freedman,	OF	Connor Mitchell,	INF	Jeff Moyer,	INF/
OF	Tyler Palmer,	INF	Zack Powers,	INF/OF	Vickash Ramjit	and	INF	Jacob Tillotson)	and	four	pitchers	(left-hander	Daniel Gibson	and	right-handers	
Jonathon Crawford,	Keenan Kish	and	Karsten Whitson).	
	     There	are	nine	freshmen	and	a	couple	of	transfers,	junior	infielder	Moyer and	redshirt	sophomore	Ramjit.	Moyer	played	at	Santa	Fe	College	last	
season	for	former	Gator	Johnny Wiggs,	a	two-year	letterwinner	at	Florida	in	1988	and	1989	who	earned	second-team	All-SEC	honors	in	1988	and	was	
part	of	the	school’s	first	NCAA	College	World	Series	team.	Moyer	earned	second-team	all-state	accolades	from	the	Florida	Community	College	Activities	
Association	(FCCAA)	and	was	a	first-team	Mid-Florida	Conference	selection	after	leading	Santa	Fe	with	a	.404	batting	average.	He	tied	for	the	team	lead	
with	12	homers,	drove	in	45	runs	and	boasted	a	.762	slugging	percentage	and	a	.505	on-base	percentage,	pacing	the	Saints	in	both	categories.	Ramjit	was	
supposed	to	play	at	Miami	Dade	Community	College	last	spring	but	suffered	an	injury	that	required	him	to	take	a	medical	redshirt.	He	played	in	26	games,	
with	10	starts,	as	a	true	freshman	at	the	University	of	Miami	during	the	2009	season,	batting	.292	(14-for-48)	with	six	RBI,	six	runs	and	three	doubles.

Master Recruiter
    Kevin O’Sullivan	has	reeled	in	three-consecutive	top-six	recruiting	classes	from	Baseball	America,	as	the	2009	newcomers	were	fifth,	the	2010	crop	
was	picked	number	one	and	this	year’s	group	was	sixth.
                               2011 University of Florida Baseball
Choosing UF Over Professional Opportunities
	     The	Gators	had	five	signees	from	last	June’s	Major	League	Baseball	Draft	                        Gators’ Winning Tradition...
who	are	now	enrolled	in	school,	as	right-hander	Karsten Whitson	was	chosen	
in	 the	 first	 round	 with	 the	 ninth	 choice	 by	 the	 San	 Diego	 Padres,	 left-hander	   •	   Six	College	World	Series	Appearances
Daniel Gibson	was	taken	in	the	26th	round	with	the	789th	pick	by	the	Milwaukee	               	    (1988,	1991,	1996,	1998,	2005,	2010)
Brewers,	infielder	Zack Powers	was	tabbed	837th	overall	in	the	28th	round	by	                 •	   26	NCAA	Regional	Appearances
the	Pittsburgh	Pirates,	right-hander/outfielder	Keenan Kish was	chosen	by	the	                	    (1958,	1960,	1962,	1977,	1979,	1981,	1982,	1984,	1985,	1988,		
New	York	Yankees	in	the	34th	round	with	the	1,045th	choice	and	right-hander	                  	    1989,	1991,	1992,	1994,	1996,	1997,	1998,	2000,	2001,	2002,		
Jonathon Crawford	was	taken	in	the	42nd	round	by	the	Florida	Marlins	at	number	               	    2003,	2004,	2005,	2008,	2009,	2010)
1,277.	In	addition,	right-hander	Tommy Toledo	(32nd	round,	Minnesota	Twins),	                 •	   Four	NCAA	Super	Regional	Appearances	(2004,	2005,	2009,		
right-hander	Justin Poovey (41st	round,	Los	Angeles	Angels	of	Anaheim)	and	                   	    2010)
right-hander	Matt Campbell	(43rd	round,	Cincinnati	Reds)	elected	to	remain	in	                •	   Nine	Hosted	NCAA	Regionals	(1989,	1991,	1992,	1996,	1998,	
school.                                                                                       	    2002,	2005,	2009,	2010)
                                                                                              •	   11	SEC	Regular-Season	Titles
Center Of Attention                                                                           	    (1952,	1956,	1962,	1981,	1982,	1984.	1988,	1996,	1998,	2005,	
	     For	the	first	time	in	four	years,	the	Gators	have	a	new	starter	in	center	field	        	    2010)
following	the	graduation	of	three-time	All-SEC	Defensive	Team	member	Matt den                 •	   Five	SEC	Tournament	Titles
Dekker	and	there	are	a	pair	of	candidates	manning	the	position.	Senior	Bryson                 	    (1981,	1982,	1984,	1988,	1991)
Smith,	who	was	the	ABCA	Division	I	Player	of	the	Year	in	the	National	Junior	                 •	   20	SEC	Eastern	Division	Titles
College	Athletic	Association	playing	for	Young	Harris	College	in	2009,	made	31	               	    (1960,	1962,	1968,	1969,	1977,	1978,	1979,	1980,	1981,	1982,		
starts	(23	at	third	base,	four	in	right	field	and	four	as	the	designated	hitter)	in	his	      	    1983,	1984,	1985,	1992,	1996,	1997,	1998,	2005,	2009,	2010)
debut	season	at	Florida.	Sophomore	Kamm Washington	started	18	games	in	                       •	   Two	50+	victory	seasons	(1991,	1996)
right	field	last	season	and	played	in	27	contests	before	suffering	a	season-ending	           •	   19	40+	victory	seasons
injury	in	the	second	game	of	the	series	at	Tennessee.	                                        	    (1979,	1980,	1981,	1984,	1985,	1988,	1989,	1991,	1992,	1994,		
                                                                                              	    1996,	1997,	1998,	2000,	2002,	2004,	2005,	2009,	2010)
What Does Year Four Hold?                                                                     •	   Two	National	Player	of	the	Year	Awards	for	one	recipient
      In	2010,	Kevin O’Sullivan became	the	first	Florida	head	coach	to	capture	               •	   78	All-America	selections	for	33	individuals
two	 NCAA	 Regional	 titles	 in	 his	 first	 three	 seasons	 and	 joins	 Pat McMahon          •	   Five	Academic	All-America	recipients
(2004-05)	in	leading	the	Gators	to	a	pair	of	Super	Regionals.	McMahon’s	fourth	               •	   57	All-South	Region	selections
team	went	48-23	overall	and	was	the	College	World	Series	runner-up	in	2005	                   •	   144 All-SEC	selections	for	116	recipients
after	winning	the	Super	Regional	and	Regionals	at	McKethan	Stadium,	claiming	                 •	   218	All-SEC	Academic	Honor	Roll	selections	since	1971
the	SEC	title	and	bringing	home	the	East	crown.                                               •	   52	Major	League	Baseball	players
                                                                                              •	   147	players	drafted	by	Major	League	Baseball	since	1965
Home Sweet Home                                                                               •	   12	first-round	draft	picks
	      UF’s	33	wins	at	home	last	season	were	the	most	since	the	1998	squad	went	              •	   Thirteen	weeks	ranked	No.	1	in	the	nation	by	at	least	one	of	the	
35-5	(.875)	to	set	the	program	record	for	home	victories.	That	Gator	juggernaught	            	    four	college	baseball	polls	entering	the	2011	season
used	its	home	cooking	en	route	to	the	SEC’s	Eastern	Division	and	regular-season	              •	   Seven	no-hitters	since	1949
titles,	the	NCAA	South	I	Regional	crown	and	a	berth	in	the	College	World	Series.	             •	   470	television	appearances	since	1988	entering	the	2011	season
With	 a	 33-3	 (.917)	 mark	 at	 McKethan	 Stadium	 last	 year,	 the	 highest	 winning	       •	   Ranked	among	the	nation’s	top-15	schools	in	college	baseball		
percentage	in	school	history,	and	six	wins	to	start	the	season,	Kevin O’Sullivan              	    attendance	in	11	of	the	last	13	seasons	and	among	the	nation’s	
now	sports	a	96-19	(.835)	record	at	home.	The	sweep	of	BC	pushed	the	Gators	                  	    top-25	schools	in	attendance	for 15-straight	years	
to	27-4	(.871)	in	three-game	series	under	his	tutelage	at	McKethan	Stadium.

Florida On Opening Day
     With	the	7-2	victory	over	USF,	Florida	sports	a	56-40-1	(.582)	record	in	its	97	opening	day	contests,	including	a	36-20-1	(.640)	record	at	home.	The	
Gators	have	claimed	23	of	their	last	29	lid-lifters	and	17	of	their	last	20	season	debuts	in	Gainesville.	UF	has	started	the	year	on	its	own	turf	in	13	of	the	
past	14	seasons,	with	the	lone	exception	a	12-6	victory	at	Hawaii	on	Jan.	20,	2000.

O’Sullivan In Season Openers
       Kevin O’Sullivan	is	now	4-0	as	a	head	coach	in	season	debuts.	He	enjoyed	a	successful	start	to	his	head	coaching	career	on	Feb.	22,	2008,	with	a	
10-7	victory	over	Siena	in	front	of	3,408	fans	at	McKethan	Stadium.	The	Gators	rallied	from	deficits	of	5-0	and	6-5	and	snapped	a	6-6	tie	in	the	sixth	with	
a	two-run	triple	by	Brandon McArthur.	Josh Adams	later	added	a	two-out,	two-RBI	single	in	the	frame	as	the	hosts	sent	10	batters	to	the	plate.	Making	
the	first	relief	appearance	of	his	career,	righty	Billy Bullock	limited	the	Saints	to	one	run	and	three	hits	over	six	innings	and	equaled	his	personal	best	of	
six	strikeouts	to	pick	up	the	win.
	      Behind	a	seven-inning	stint	and	a	career-high	seven	strikeouts	by	right-hander	Patrick Keating,	UF	enjoyed	a	successful	2009	debut	with	a	6-3	victory	
over	eighth-ranked	Louisville	on	Feb.	20.	Bullock	closed	the	game	with	a	pair	of	scoreless	innings	to	notch	his	first	career	save.	Holding	a	slim	4-3	lead	in	
the	seventh,	the	Gators	tacked	on	two	insurance	runs	to	capture	their	opener	for	the	sixth	time	in	the	past	eight	years.	Adams	went	2-for-4	with	a	run,	while	
McArthur	roped	a	two-run	triple	into	right	center	field.
	      In	2010,	Adams	powered	Florida	to	a	6-2	victory	over	USF	on	Feb.	19	by	going	3-for-3	with	four	RBI,	a	pair	of	home	runs	and	a	double.	In	his	collegiate	
debut,	Austin Maddox	went	2-for-4	and	blasted	a	two-run	homer	on	the	first	swing	of	his	Gator	career.	Making	his	return	to	the	lineup	after	missing	the	
2009	campaign,	right-hander	Tommy Toledo	scattered	three	hits,	registered	four	strikeouts	and	allowed	an	unearned	run	in	3.1	innings.
	      Last	Friday,	sophomore	Brian Johnson fired	six	scoreless	innings	and	poked	a	pair	of	doubles	as	Florida	raised	the	curtain	on	the	2011	campaign	with	
a	7-2	victory	over	USF	in	front	of	5,157	fans	at	McKethan	Stadium.	Johnson	faced	the	minimum	of	18	batters,	yielded	two	singles,	registered	six	strikeouts	
and	retired	the	final	10	Bulls	he	encountered.	He	was	supported	by	a	Gator	offense	that	totaled	13	hits,	tallied	three	runs	in	the	third	and	four	more	in	the	
fifth	to	post	its	ninth-straight	victory	over	USF.			

Looking For Immediate Impact
	   Two	Gators	were	named	to	Baseball	America’s	top-10	list	of	newcomers	for	the	SEC:	right-hander	Karsten Whitson	(No.	1)	and	left-hander	Daniel
Gibson	(No.	10).	Arkansas	and	LSU	were	the	only	other	programs	with	multiple	players	on	the	list.
                            2011 University of Florida Baseball
                Inside the Numbers                                             Game-Winning RBI (10)
                                                                               Date  Opponent      Player (No.)    GW RBI (Inn.)           Score   Final
Multiple-Hit Games                                                             2/18	 USF	          Johnson	(1)	    double	(3rd)	           2-0	    7-2
Player                2         3         4        5+               Total      2/19	 USF	          Adams	(1)	      hit	into	DP	(3rd)	      1-1	    4-1
25-Preston	Tucker	 3	(36)	      3	(16)	   1	(5)	   -																7	(57)	    2/20	 USF	          Tucker	(1)	     single	(1st)	           0-0	    5-0
8-Daniel	Pigott	      5	(17)	   (3)	      1	(2)	   -	               6	(22)		   2/22	 FAU	          Zunino	(1)	     single	(1st)	           2-0	    13-2
10-Austin	Maddox	 4	(20)	       (6)	      (3)	     -	               4	(29)     2/24	 BC	           Zunino	(2)	     double	(2nd)	           0-0	    4-0
2-Josh	Adams	         2	(42)	   1	(15)	   (2)	     (1)											 3	(60)	
                                                                               2/25	 BC	           Tucker	(2)	     walk	(7th)	             3-3	    9-3
4-Nolan	Fontana	      1	(13)	   1	(5)	    1	(1)	   -	               3	(19)
35-Brian	Johnson	 2	(8)	        1	(4)	    -	       -	               3	(12)     2/27	 BC	           Fontana	(1)	    two-run	triple	(2nd)	   1-0	    7-2
3-Mike	Zunino	        1	(12)	   1	(2)	    -	       -	               2	(14)	    3/4	  Miami	(Fla.)	 Tucker	(3)	     single	(2nd)	           3-0	    8-3
15-Ben	McMahan	 1	(5)	          (1)	      -	       -	               1	(6)      3/5	  Miami	(Fla.)	 Smith	(1)	      single	(8th)	           0-0	    1-0
5-Zack	Powers	        1	        -	        -	       -	               1          3/6	  Miami	(Fla.)	 Tucker	(4)	     lead-off	homer	(6th)	   2-2	    5-3
18-Tyler	Thompson	 (10)	        (3)	      (2)	     -															 (15)
1-Bryson	Smith	       (7)	      -	        -	       -	               (7)
14-K.	Washington	 (2)	          (3)	      -	       -	               (5)               Come from Behind Victories (1)
20-Cody	Dent	         (1)	      -	        -	       -	               (1)	              Date	   Opponent	      Deficit(s)	    Final	Score	
Totals:               20        7         3        0                30                2/19	   USF	           1-0	           4-1
Career totals in parentheses
                                                                                      Innings with Five or More Runs (0)
Multiple-RBI Games
Player                2         3         4        5+              Total              Date     Opponent        Inning       Runs      Batters
25-Preston	Tucker	 2	(16)	      1	(14)	   (3)	     (3)	            3	(36)	
8-Daniel	Pigott	      3	(12)	   (3)	      -	       -	              3	(15)	            Last At Bat Wins (1)
2-Josh	Adams	         (16)	     1	(11)	   (5)	     (3)												 1	(35)             Date     Opponent        Score (Inn.) GW Play
10-Austin	Maddox	 1	(13)	       (7)	      -	       (2)	            1	(22)	            3/5	     Miami	(Fla.)	   2-2	(8th)	   Smith	PH	single
3-Mike	Zunino	        1	(9)	    (2)	      (1)	     -	              1	(12)	
4-Nolan	Fontana	      1	(8)	    -	        -	       -	              1	(8)              Walk-Off Wins (0)
1-Bryson	Smith	       1	(4)	    (3)	      -	       -	              1	(7)
35-Brian	Johnson	 (3)	          1	(1)	    (2)	     -	              1	(6)	
                                                                                      Date     Opponent        Score (Inn.) GW Play
18-Tyler	Thompson	 (4)	         (2)	      (1)	     (1)	            (8)		
15-Ben	McMahan	 (2)	            -	        -	       -	              (2)
Totals:               9         3         0        0               12                           Current Gators’ Last Home Run
Career totals in parentheses
                                                                                                Player             G    Date          Opponent
Career Home Run Breakdown                                                                       2-Josh	Adams	      12	  6/19/10	      UCLA	(CWS)
Player             1R     2R              3R       GS             Total                         20-Cody	Dent	      32	  Never	        N/A
25-Preston	Tucker	 15	    6	              6	       2	             29                            4-Nolan	Fontana		 16	   6/5/10	       Oregon	St.	(NCAA)
2-Josh	Adams	      8	     12	             4	       1	             25                            35-Brian	Johnson	 15	   6/6/10	       FAU	(NCAA)
10-Austin	Maddox	 9	      4	              4	       1	             18                            10-Austin	Maddox	 2	    3/6/11	       Miami	(FL)
3-Mike	Zunino	     8	     2	              1	       -	             11	                           15-Ben	McMahan	 21	     5/15/10	      Georgia
18-Tyler	Thompson	 4	     2	              1	       -	             7	
                                                                                                41-Jeff	Moyer	     5	   Never	        N/A
35-Brian	Johnson	 2	      -	              -	       2	             4
8-Daniel	Pigott	   1	     2	              1	       -	             4                             8-Daniel	Pigott	   44	  4/3/10	       Vanderbilt
4-Nolan	Fontana	   2	     1	              -	       -	             3                             5-Zack	Powers	     10	  Never	        N/A
15-Ben	McMahan	 3	        -	              -	       -	             3                             30-Vickash	Ramjit	 2	   Never	        N/A
1-Bryson	Smith	    -	     -	              3	       -	             3                             1-Bryson	Smith	    30	  4/24/10	      Arkansas
14-K.	Washington	 1	      -	              -	       -	             1                             18-Tyler	Thompson	 5	   6/11/10	      Miami	(FL)	(NCAA)
                                                                                                25-Preston	Tucker	 0	   3/6/11	       Miami	(FL)
Gator Hitting Streaks                                                                           14-K.	Washington		 36	  2/20/10	      USF
Player              Season      Current   Career
                                                                                                31-Paul	Wilson	    3	   Never	        N/A
2-Josh	Adams	       6	          1	        14
8-Daniel	Pigott	    10	         10	       12	                                                   3-Mike	Zunino	     4	   2/27/11	      Boston	College
3-Mike	Zunino	      3	          -	        12	
35-Brian	Johnson	 5	            3	        11	
25-Preston	Tucker	 4	           1	        11
10-Austin	Maddox	 6	            -	        10
	4-Nolan	Fontana	   3	          -	        8
15-Ben	McMahan	 2	              1	        5	
1-Bryson	Smith	     3	          -	        4
18-Tyler	Thompson	 -	           3	        4
14-K.	Washington	 5	            5	        5	
5-Zack	Powers	      3	          3	        3	
20-Cody	Dent	       1	          -	        2
41-Jeff	Moyer	      1	          -	        1
                              2011 University of Florida Baseball
Defense A Strong Suit
	    The	Gators	committed	a	league-low	54	errors	in	64	games	and	boasted	a	school-record	                     2011 Honors & Awards
.978	 fielding	 percentage	 that	 led	 the	 SEC	 and	 was	 seventh	 nationally.	 UF	 played	 flawless	
defense	in	30	of	64	contests	and	sported	a	25-5	(.833)	mark	in	those	games.	The	Orange	and	                            Golden Spikes Award
Blue	ranked	11th	in	the	SEC	with	a	.966	clip	in	2009	and	the	school’s	previous	top	fielding	             Brian	Johnson.........................................Watch	List
percentage	of	.968	was	set	in	1997.	                                                                     Preston	Tucker	.......................................Watch	List
                                                                                                           Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week
Grabbed The Brass Ring                                                                                   Brian	Johnson...................................... February	28
	    With	a	program-best	22-8	finish	in	league	play	last	season,	the	Gators	have	captured	an	
SEC-best	20	division	championships	and	their	11	league	championships	are	third	behind	LSU	                           SEC Player of the Week
(14)	and	Alabama	(13).	UF	repeated	as	the	East	winner	for	the	first	time	since	taking	three	in	a	        Nolan	Fontana	..................................... February	21
row	from	1996-98.	Florida	has	also	won	SEC	crowns	in	1952,	1956,	1962,	1981,	1982,	1984,	                          SEC Freshman of the Week
1988,	1996,	1998	and	2005.                                                                                          .
                                                                                                         Zack	Powers	 ..............................................March	7
                                                                                                                              Preseason All-Americans
Looking Good At 40                                                                                       Brian	Johnson..................... 3rd	-	Baseball	America
	    The	Gators	reached	the	40-win	plateau	last	season	for	the	19th	time	in	school	history	and	                                  .
                                                                                                         Austin	Maddox	 ................................. 2nd	-	NCBWA
have	now	posted	back-to-back	40-win	campaigns	for	the	first	time	since	2004	(43-22)	and	2005	            ......................................... 3rd	-	Collegiate	Baseball
(48-23).	Last	season	was	the	first	time	since	2002	that	the	Orange	and	Blue	collected	40	wins	           Alex	Panteliodis	...............2nd	-	Collegiate	Baseball
                                                                                                         ........................................................... 3rd	-	NCBWA
during	the	regular	season	and	was	one	shy	of	the	single-season	team	mark	of	41	set	in	1989	              Preston	Tucker	...................2nd	-	Baseball	America
(41-18	reg.	season),	1991	(41-19	reg.	season),	1996	(41-14	reg.	season)	and	1998	(41-13	reg.	            ......................................... 3rd	-	Collegiate	Baseball
season).	UF’s	13	losses	were	its	fewest	in	the	regular	season	since	’98.                                 ........................................................... 3rd	-	NCBWA
                                                                                                                  Baseball America Preseason Accolades
O’Sullivan Named SEC Coach Of The Year                                                                   Josh	Adams	....................... No.	20	Senior	Prospect
	     After	Kevin O’Sullivan	piloted	the	Gators	to	their	first	SEC	Championship	since	2005	              Nolan	Fontana	.................................. All-SEC	Team
with	a	22-8	league	record,	he	became	the	sixth	different	individual	from	Florida	to	take	home	           .............................. SEC’s	No.	5	Prospect,	‘12	Draft
                                                                                                         ................................... No.	23	Sophomore	Prospect
the	SEC	Baseball	Coach	of	the	Year	Award.	Dave Fuller was	recognized	on	three	occasions	                 Daniel	Gibson	........... SEC’s	No.	10	Top	Newcomer
(1952,	1956,	1962),	while	Jack Rhine (1981,	1982)	and	Joe Arnold	(1984,	1988)	received	                  ......................................No.	29	Freshman	Prospect
the	honor	twice	apiece.	Andy Lopez earned	the	accolade	after	directing	the	Orange	and	Blue	              Brian	Johnson................................... All-SEC	Team
to	the	1996	crown	and	Pat McMahon	garnered	the	honor	after	guiding	UF	to	the	’05	title.                  .............................. SEC’s	No.	2	Prospect,	‘12	Draft
                                                                                                         ................................... No.	11	Sophomore	Prospect
                                                                                                                                 .
                                                                                                         Austin	Maddox	 ..... SEC’s	No.	1	Prospect,	‘12	Draft
Early Season Acclaim                                                                                     ..................................... No.	9	Sophomore	Prospect
     Four	Gators,	sophomores	Brian Johnson	and	Austin Maddox	and	juniors	Alex Pan-                       Hudson	Randall	................................ All-SEC	Team
                                                                                                         ............................... SEC’s	No.	8	Prospect,‘12	Draft
teliodis and	 Preston Tucker,	 were	 named	 to	 Preseason	All-America	 teams.	A	 third-team	             ................................... No.	41	Sophomore	Prospect
selection	by	Baseball	America,	Johnson	was	a	member	of	the	2010	USA	Baseball	Collegiate	                 Preston	Tucker	................................. All-SEC	Team
National	Team	that	brought	home	a	silver	medal	from	the	V	FISU	World	University	Champion-                ..................................... No.	9	Sophomore	Prospect
ships	in	Toyko,	Japan,	last	summer.	Named	as	a	Freshman	All-American	by	Baseball	America,	               Karsten	Whitson	......... SEC’s	No.	1	Top	Newcomer
                                                                                                         ........................................No.	1	Freshman	Prospect
Louisville	Slugger,	the	NCBWA	and	Yahoo!	Sports,	Johnson	earned	spots	on	the	SEC’s	All-                  Mike	Zunino	.......... SEC’s	No.	4	Prospect,	‘12	Draft
Freshman	Team	as	a	starting	pitcher	and	designated	hitter.	In	16	appearances	on	the	mound,	              ................................... No.	12	Sophomore	Prospect
with	14	starts,	the	southpaw	was	6-4	with	a	4.03	earned	run	average	and	recorded	51	strikeouts	
in	73.2	innings.	Johnson	served	as	the	Gators’	DH	in	27	games	and	batted	.405	(34-for-84)	
with	21	RBI,	13	runs,	nine	walks,	five	doubles,	four	homers	and	two	grand	slams.	
	    A	second-team	pick	by	the	NCBWA	and	a	third-team	selection	by	Collegiate	Baseball,	Maddox	was	the	SEC’s	2010	Freshman	of	the	Year	and	was	
named	a	third-team	All-American	by	the	NCBWA	for	his	tremendous	performance	as	a	freshman.	He	was	the	first	rookie	from	Florida	to	earn	All-America	
recognition	since	Brad Wilkerson	accomplished	the	feat	in	1996.	Maddox	was	named	to	Freshman	All-America	teams	by	Baseball	America,	Lou	sville	          i
Slugger,	NCBWA	and	Yahoo!	Sports,	earned	second-team	All-SEC	recognition	and	was	chosen	to	the	league’s	All-Freshman	Team.	
	    Chosen	to	the	second	team	by	Collegiate	Baseball	and	third	team	by	the	NCBWA,	Panteliodis	led	Florida	in	an	assortment	of	categories	last	season:	
innings	pitched	(100.0),	strikeouts	(82),	victories	(11)	and	lowest	batting	average	against	by	a	starting	pitcher	(.234).	Over	18	appearances,	the	left-hander	
was	11-3	with	a	3.51	earned	run	average.	His	total	of	11	victories	was	the	most	by	a	Gator	since	Justin Hoyman	went	11-2	in	2004	and	he	was	second	
on	the	squad	with	16	starts	behind	Hudson Randall	(17).	
	    Named	to	BA’s	second	team	and	to	the	third	team	by	Collegiate	Baseball	and	the	NCBWA,	Tucker	earned	second-team	All-SEC	honors	last	spring	
and	was	a	member	of	the	league’s	All-Defensive	Team.	He	started	50	games	at	first	base,	seven	in	right	field	and	six	at	designated	hitter	and	hit	.331	with	
50	runs,	49	RBI,	43	walks,	17	doubles,	11	homers	and	eight	stolen	bases.	Against	conference	competition,	Tucker	had	a	.312	average	with	21	RBI,	21	
walks,	20	runs,	nine	doubles	and	six	HR.	

Number Crunching
   Below	is	what	the	Gators	returned	offensively	and	on	the	pitching	rubber	going	into	2011:
   At bats	-	1,790/2,193	-	.816	      Wins	-	38/47	-	.809
   Runs	-	343/439	-	.781	 	           Games Started	-	62/64	-	.969
   Hits	-	527/652	-	.808	    	        Appearances	-	178/247	-	.721
   Doubles	-	94/110	-	.855	 	         Saves	-	5/18	-	.278
   Triples	-	11/15	-.733	    	        Innings Pitched	-	464.2/565.0	-	.822
   Home Runs	-	66/83	-.795	           Strikeouts	-	377/455	-	.829
   RBI	-	339/408	-	.831	     	        				(numbers	are	listed	returning/total)
   Walks	-	202/253	-	.798
   Stolen Bases	-	64/94	-	.681	
                             2011 University of Florida Baseball
            Gator Series-by-Series Breakdowns
Hitting
Opponent            W-L      Avg.     AB      R     H     2B   3B    HR     RBI    BB    SO    SB-A
USF	                3-0	     .337	    98	     16	   33	   7	   0	    2	     15	    9	    11	   5-7
FAU	                1-0	     .409	    44	     13	   18	   5	   0	    0	     11	    3	    4	    0-0
Boston	College	     3-0	     .340	    94	     20	   32	   4	   3	    2	     20	    13	   9	    2-4
Florida	State	      0-1	     .219	    32	     3	    7	    1	   0	    0	     3	     4	    7	    0-0
Miami	(Fla.)	       3-0	     .290	    93	     14	   27	   8	   0	    2	     12	    10	   14	   1-2
Totals:             10-1     .324     361     66    117   25   3     6      61     39    45    8-13

Pitching
Opponent            W-L-S     ERA     IP      H     R     ER   BB    SO     2B     3B    HR    B/Avg.
USF	                3-0-1	    1.00	   27.0	   22	   3	    3	   2	    31	    3	     1	    1	    .220
FAU	                1-0-0	    2.00	   9.0	    7	    2	    2	   0	    8	     2	     0	    2	    .219
Boston	College	     3-0-1	    1.67	   27.0	   21	   5	    5	   3	    26	    4	     1	    0	    .214
Florida	State	      0-1-0	    5.00	   9.0	    7	    5	    5	   5	    8	     1	     1	    0	    .206
Miami	(Fla.)	       3-0-1	    2.00	   27.0	   19	   6	    6	   6	    28	    5	     0	    0	    .196
Totals:             10-1-3    1.91    99.0    76    21    21   16    101    15     3     3     .211



Non-Conference Projections
	  Here’s	a	look	at	how	Florida’s	2011	non-conference	opponents	were	picked	to	finish	in	their	respective	leagues	by	Baseball	America.
   Opponent (Games) Conference                  Baseball America             Series Result
	  USF	(4)	                Big	East	            4th	                   	     leading,	3-0
	  Florida	Atlantic	(1)	   Sun	Belt	            2nd	                   	     W,	1-0
	  Boston	College	(3)	     Atlantic	Coast	      5th-Atlantic	          	     W,	3-0	 	             	
	  Florida	State	(4)	      Atlantic	Coast	      2nd-Atlantic	          	     trailing,	1-0	        	          	
	  Miami	(Fla.)	(3)	       Atlantic	Coast	      2nd-Coastal	           	     W,	3-0	 	             	
	  Georgia	Southern	(1)	 Southern	              4th	                   	     	
	  Rhode	Island	(3)	       Atlantic	10	         2nd	                   	     	
	  Winthrop	(2)	           Big	South	           3rd
	  UCF	(2)	                Conference	USA	      5th
   Bethune-Cookman	(1) MEAC	                    1st	                   	     	
	  UNF	(1)	                Atlantic	Sun	        6th
	  Jacksonville	(1)	       Atlantic	Sun	        3rd

Gator Baseball Debuts
Position Players
Player           Opponent                Date                  Stats              Notes
Josh	Adams	      Siena	                  Feb.	22,	2008	        2-for-5,	2	RBI	    started	at	CF,	SB
Cody	Dent	       Siena	                  Feb.	25,	2010	        0-for-1	           pinch	hit	(P6)
Nolan	Fontana		  USF		                   Feb.	19,	2010		       0-for-3		          started	at	SS
Austin	Maddox		  USF		                   Feb.	19,	2010		       2-for-4,	2	RBI		   started	at	DH,	HR
Ben	McMahan		    Eastern	Michigan		      Feb.	24,	2009		       0-for-2		          pinch	hit	and	C
Jeff	Moyer	      USF	                    Feb.	18,	2011	        0-for-1	           pinch	hit	(F8)
Daniel	Pigott		  Louisville		            Feb.	21,	2009		       0-for-1	           pinch	hit	(F9)
Zack	Powers	     USF	                    Feb.	18,	2011	        1-for-3	           started	at	3B
Vickash	Ramjit	  Florida	Atlantic	       Feb.	22,	2011	        did	not	bat	       came	in	at	1B
Bryson	Smith		   USF		                   Feb.	19,	2010		       0-for-3		          started	at	3B
Tyler	Thompson		 Louisville		            Feb.	21,	2009		       0-for-1		          pinch	hit	(FF3)
Preston	Tucker		 Louisville		            Feb.	20,	2009		       1-for-3,	RBI		     started	at	DH
Kamm	Washington		USF		                   Feb.	20,	2010		       1-for-4,	RBI		     started	at	RF,	HR
Mike	Zunino		    USF		                   Feb.	19,	2010		       0-for-3		          started	at	C

Pitchers (*-started game)
Player              Opponent             Date                  Stats             Notes
Matt	Campbell	      USF	                 April	21,	2010	       0.1	IP,	2	K	      4th	of	7	pitchers
Jonathon	Crawford	 USF	                  Feb.	18,	2011	        1.0	IP,	2	H	      2nd	of	4	pitchers
Anthony	DeSclafani	Louisville	           Feb.	21,	2009	        1.0	IP,	1	H	      closed	game
Daniel	Gibson	      USF	                 Feb.	20,	2011	        1.0	IP,	1	H	      closed	game,	1	K
Michael	Heller		    USF		                Feb.	20,	2010		       1.0,	3	H,	1	R		 closed	game
Brian	Johnson		     USF		                Feb.	20,	2010*		      5.2	IP,	3	H,	0	R		earned	win
Greg	Larson		       Eastern	Michigan		   Feb.	24,	2009		       1.0	IP,	1	H,	1	K		closed	game
Nick	Maronde		      Louisville		         Feb.	22,	2009*		      6.1	IP,	5	H,	2	R		no-decision
Alex	Panteliodis		 Louisville		          Feb.	21,	2009*		      6.0	IP,	5	H,	2	R		earned	win
Justin	Poovey		     Eastern	Michigan		   Feb.	24,	2009*		      4.0	IP,	2	H,	1	K		earned	win
Hudson	Randall		 USF		                   Feb.	20,	2010		       1.1	IP,	1	H		     2nd	of	4	P
Steven	Rodriguez		 USF		                 Feb.	21,	2010		       1.0	IP,	1	H,	2	K		3rd	of	8	P
Tommy	Toledo	       Siena	               Feb.	24,	2008*	       5.0	IP,	5	H,	2	R	 won,	5	K
                          2011 University of Florida Baseball
Karsten	Whitson	   USF	              Feb.	20,	2011*	 5.0	IP,	9	K,	0	R	 won,	1	H
                                                                                  Charting the Gator Pitching Staff
Current Gators In The Major League Draft
	    The	2011	campaign	opened	with	20	Florida	players	who	have	previously	been	   Starters
drafted	in	their	careers:                                                         Opponent            W-L     IP     H    R    ER   BB   SO
     Player               Team              Round      Year                       USF	                W		     6.0	   2	   0	   0	   0	   6
     Josh	Adams	 	        Minnesota	        30th	 	 2007                          USF	                W	      6.0	   7	   1	   1	   0	   6
	    Matt	Campbell		      Cincinnati	       43rd	 	 2010                          USF	                W	      5.0	   1	   0	   0	   1	   9
	    Jonathon	Crawford	 Florida	            42nd	 	 2010                          Florida	Atlantic	   W	      4.0	   3	   0	   0	   0	   3
	    Anthony	DeSclafani	Boston	             22nd	 	 2008                          Boston	College	     W	      6.0	   1	   0	   0	   1	   5
	    Daniel	Gibson	 	     Milwaukee	        26th	 	 2010                          Boston	College	     ND	     5.0	   4	   1	   1	   0	   4
	    Michael	Heller	 	    Pittsburgh	       29th	 	 2009                          Boston	College	     W	      5.1	   5	   1	   1	   1	   5
	    Brian	Johnson		      L.A.	Dodgers	     27th	 	 2009                          Florida	State	      L	      2.1	   2	   3	   3	   3	   1
	    Keenan	Kish	 	       N.Y.	Yankees	     34th	 	 2010                          Miami	(Fla.)	       W	      5.0	   3	   0	   0	   1	   9
	    Austin	Maddox		      Tampa	Bay	        37th	 	 2009                          Miami	(Fla.)	       ND	     7.0	   1	   0	   0	   0	   5
	    Nick	Maronde	 	      Oakland	          43rd	 	 2008                          Miami	(Fla.)	       ND	     5.0	   7	   2	   2	   1	   4
	    Ben	McMahan		        N.Y.	Yankees	     30th	 	 2008                          Totals:             7-1     56.2   36   8    8    8    57
	    Justin	Poovey	 	     L.A.	Angels		     41st	 	 2010	
	    Zack	Powers	 	       Pittsburgh	       28th		 	 2010                         Relievers
	    Hudson	Randall	      Kansas	City	      46th	 	 2009                          Opponent            W-L-S   IP     H    R    ER   BB   SO
	    Steven	Rodriguez	 Houston	             48th	 	 2009                          USF	                ND		    3.0	   5	   2	   2	   0	   4
	    Bryson	Smith	 	      Cleveland	        30th	 	 2009                          USF	                S	      3.0	   4	   0	   0	   1	   2
	    Tyler	Thompson	      San	Francisco	    42nd	 	 2008                          USF	                ND	     4.0	   3	   0	   0	   0	   4
	    Tommy	Toledo		       San	Diego	        3rd	    	 2007                        Florida	Atlantic	   ND	     5.0	   4	   2	   2	   0	   5
	    	                	   Minnesota	        32nd	 	 2010                          Boston	College	     S	      3.0	   1	   0	   0	   0	   3
	    Karsten	Whitson	 San	Diego	            1st	    	 2010                        Boston	College	     W	      4.0	   5	   2	   2	   1	   5
	    Mike	Zunino	 	       Oakland	          30th	 	 2009	                         Boston	College	     ND	     3.2	   5	   1	   1	   0	   4
                                                                                  Florida	State	      ND	     6.2	   5	   2	   2	   2	   7
                                                                                  Miami	(Fla.)	       ND	     4.0	   7	   3	   3	   2	   4
                                                                                  Miami	(Fla.)	       W	      2.0	   0	   0	   0	   0	   2
                                                                                  Miami	(Fla.)	       W-S	    4.0	   1	   1	   1	   2	   4
                                                                                  Totals:             3-0-3   42.1   40   13   13   8    44
                             2011 University of Florida Baseball
Gator Hitting Breakdown                                                                                                     Home Run Breakdown
                   W-L         Avg.   AB     R      H     2B    3B     HR    RBI      BB   SO   SB-ATT                      Total Home Runs .................................. 6
Overall            10-1        .324   361    66     117   25    3      6     61       39   45   8-13                        at McKethan Stadium .......................... 6
SEC                0-0         .000   0      0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    0-0                         on the Road .......................................... 0
Home               9-0         .323   285    50     92    19    3      6     47       32   34   8-13
Away               0-0         .000   0      0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    0-0                         vs. RHP ................................................ 5
Neutral            1-1         .329   76     16     25    6     0      0     14       7    11   0-0                         vs. LHP ................................................. 1
Day                7-0         .312   215    35     67    15    3      4     33       24   23   7-12
Night              3-1         .342   146    31     50    10    0      2     28       15   22   1-1                         with 0 outs ............................................ 2
February           7-0         .352   236    49     83    16    3      4     46       25   24   7-11                        with 1 out .............................................. 3
March              3-1         .272   125    17     34    9     0      2     15       14   21   1-2                         with 2 outs ............................................ 1
April              0-0         .000   0      0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    0-0
May                0-0         .000   0      0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    0-0                         Solo ...................................................... 3
Ranked Opp.        3-1         .272   125    17     34    9     0      2     15       14   21   1-2                         Two-Run ............................................... 3
Unranked Opp.      7-0         .352   236    49     83    16    3      4     46       25   24   7-11                        Three-Run ............................................ 0
Totals:            10-1        .324   361    66     117   25    3      6     61       39   45   8-13                        Grand Slam .......................................... 0

Gator Pitching Breakdown                                                                                                    Back-to-Back ........................................ 0
                  W-L-S        ERA    IP     H      R     ER    BB     SO    2B       3B   HR   B/Avg.                      in 1st inning .......................................... 0
Overall           10-1-3       1.91   99.0   76     21    21    16     101   15       3    3    .211                        in 2nd inning ......................................... 0
SEC               0-0-0        0.00   0.0    0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    .000                        in 3rd inning .......................................... 1
Starters          7-1          1.27   56.2   36     8     8     8      57    10       1    0    .181                        in 4th inning .......................................... 2
Relievers         3-0-3        2.76   42.1   40     13    13    8      44    5        2    3    .247                        in 5th inning .......................................... 1
Home              9-0-3        1.56   81.0   62     14    14    11     85    12       2    1    .210                        in 6th inning .......................................... 1
Away              0-0-0        0.00   0.0    0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    .000                        in 7th inning .......................................... 0
Neutral           1-1-0        3.50   18.0   14     7     7     5      16    3        1    2    .212                        in 8th inning .......................................... 1
Day               7-0-3        1.29   63.0   45     9     9     8      62    8        2    0    .200                        in 9th inning .......................................... 0
Night             3-1-0        3.00   36.0   31     12    12    8      39    7        1    3    .228                        in extra innings ..................................... 0
February          7-0-2        1.43   63.0   50     10    10    5      65    9        2    3    .217                        pinch hit ................................................ 0
March             3-1-1        2.75   36.0   26     11    11    11     36    6        1    0    .198
April             0-0-0        0.00   0.0    0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    .000
May               0-0-0        0.00   0.0    0      0     0     0      0     0        0    0    .000
Ranked Opp.       3-1-1        2.75   36.0   26     11    11    11     36    6        1    0    .198
Unranked Opp.     7-0-2        1.43   63.0   50     10    10    5      65    9        2    3    .217
Totals:           10-1-3       1.91   99.0   76     21    21    16     101   15       3    3    .211

 Starter Support                                                                                Weekend Rotation
                                                                               Quality
 Pitcher                 Starts     Runs     Runs/Start        UF Record       Starts           Series            Friday       Saturday      Sunday
 16-Anthony DeSclafani   1          13       13.0              1-0             1                USF               Johnson      Randall       Whitson
 35-Brian Johnson        3          19       6.3               3-0             3                Boston College*   Johnson      Randall       Whitson
 11-Hudson Randall       3          14       4.7               3-0             3                Miami (Fla.)      Johnson      Randall       Whitson
 13-Tommy Toledo         1          3        3.0               0-1             0                                                   *series was Thursday, Friday, Sunday
 22-Karsten Whitson      3          17       5.7               3-0             1



2011 Florida Home Runs
No.      Player (#)          Gm #     Date        Opponent           Pitcher          On Base       Inn.    Outs      Location     Score              Final
1.       Tucker (1)          1        2/18        USF                Fontanez (R)     1             5       1         Right Center 3-0                W, 7-2
2.       Zunino (1)          3        2/20        USF                Eastham (R)      0*            4       0         Left         1-0                W, 5-0
3.       Tucker (2)          6        2/25        Boston College     Stevens (R)      0             3       2         Left         0-0                W, 9-3
4.       Zunino (2)          7        2/27        Boston College     Dennhardt (R)    1             8       1         Left         5-1                W, 7-2
5.       Maddox (1)          9        3/4         Miami (Fla.)       Radziewski (L)   1             4       1         Left         6-0                W, 8-3
6.       Tucker (3)          11       3/6         Miami (Fla.)       Whaley (R)       0*            6       0         Left         2-2                W, 5-3
*leadoff home run, ^back-to-back

Florida Home Run Summary
Solo (3): Tucker (2), Zunino
2-Run (3): Maddox, Tucker, Zunino
3-Run (0):
Grand Slam (0):
2-HR Game (0):
                                  2011 University of Florida Baseball
                       Head Coach Kevin O’Sullivan - Fourth Season at Florida
                        	     After	inheriting	a	University	of	Florida	baseball	program	which	had	failed	to	reach	the	NCAA	Tournament	in	consecutive	seasons	for	the	first	time	in	over	20	
                        years, Kevin O’Sullivan and his staff have rebuilt the Gators into a national contender in three short years. During a tenure which has been marked by tireless
                        recruiting	and	solid	coaching,	he	has	overseen	a	quick	progression	by	the	Orange	and	Blue	that	was	punctuated	by	Florida’s	first	NCAA	College	World	Series	ap-
                        pearance	since	2005	and	the	team’s	first	Southeastern	Conference	title	in	five	years	last	season.
                              Returning a talented nucleus and welcoming a recruiting class hailed as the nation’s best by both Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball, O’Sullivan
                        directed	the	Gators	to	a	47-17	overall	record	that	featured	a	program-best	22-8	league	mark	and	the	school’s	11th	SEC	title.	Voted	the	2010	SEC	Coach	of	the	
                        Year,	he	molded	a	lineup	that	featured	five	All-SEC	recipients	and	a	record	five	Freshman	All-Americans	from	Baseball	America	into	a	cohesive	unit	that	reached	
                        the	40-win	plateau	for	the	19th	time	in	school	history	and	made	it	to	Omaha	for	the	sixth	time	in	the	program’s	existence.
	 Noted	for	his	pitching	acumen,	O’Sullivan	oversaw	a	Florida	pitching	staff	that	lowered	its	team	earned	run	average	for	the	third	year	in	a	row	(4.13)	and	finished	second	in	the	nation	
in	fewest	walks	allowed	per	nine	innings	(2.15).	UF’s	starting	pitchers	were	30-15	with	a	3.94	ERA	and	its	bullpen	was	17-2	with	a	4.35	ERA	and	tied	the	school	record	of	18	saves.	
Junior	left-hander	Kevin	Chapman	was	chosen	as	a	third-team	All-American	by	the	National	Collegiate	Baseball	Writers	Association	(NCBWA),	becoming	the	first	Gator	pitcher	to	earn	
All-America	status	since	Justin	Hoyman	in	2004.	He	also	garnered	second-team	All-South	Region	accolades	and	was	the	lone	UF	representative	to	collect	first-team	All-SEC	honors.	
	 The	quintet	of	shortstop	Nolan	Fontana,	left-hander/designated	hitter	Brian	Johnson,	third	baseman	Austin	Maddox,	right-hander	Hudson	Randall	and	catcher	Mike	Zunino	thrived	in	
their	debut	seasons	under	O’Sullivan	and	all	achieved	both	Freshman	All-America	and	Freshman	All-SEC	status.	The	SEC’s	Freshman	of	the	Year,	Maddox	was	named	a	third-team	All-
American	by	the	NCBWA.	The	slugger	from	Jacksonville	was	the	first	rookie	from	Florida	to	earn	All-America	recognition	since	Brad	Wilkerson	accomplished	the	feat	in	1996	and	earned	
second-team	All-SEC	recognition.	UF	had	quite	the	haul	in	other	SEC	awards,	as	senior	outfielder	Matt	den	Dekker,	Fontana,	Maddox	and	sophomore	first	baseman	Preston	Tucker	
earned	second-team	kudos.	The	four	Florida	players	on	the	second	team	were	the	program’s	highest	tally	since	2002.
	 Defensively,	the	Gators’	fielding	percentage	of	.978	was	a	school	record,	ranked	No.	1	in	the	SEC	and	finished	sixth	nationally.	UF’s	total	of	54	errors	was	the	fewest	in	the	league	
and	the	club	was	25-5	(.833)	when	not	committing	a	miscue.	den	Dekker	was	named	to	the	SEC	All-Defensive	Team	for	an	unprecedented	third	year	in	a	row	and	was	joined	by	team-
mates	Fontana	and	Tucker.	In	the	classroom,	eight	Gators	were	chosen	to	the	SEC	Academic	Honor	Roll,	giving	the	Gators	a	total	of	32	recipients	in	O’Sullivan’s	tenure,	while	five	other	
student-athletes	made	the	Freshman	Academic	Honor	Roll.	Six	members	of	last	season’s	squad	were	picked	during	the	2010	Major	League	Baseball	Draft.	
	 The	Gators	continued	their	dominance	at	McKethan	Stadium	under	O’Sullivan	last	season,	compiling	a	33-3	(.917)	mark	that	established	a	team	record	for	winning	percentage.	The	
win	total	was	the	second-highest	since	the	facility	opened	in	1988,	trailing	just	a	35-5	(.875)	record	in	1998.	UF’s	total	attendance	of	126,195	eclipsed	the	school’s	previous	standard	set	
in	2006	(123,022),	while	the	average	attendance	of	3,505	per	game	was	second	to	the	3,514	per	outing	in	’06.	The	Orange	and	Blue	is	a	remarkable	90-19	(.826)	at	home	over	the	past	
three	years	and	enters	2011	on	a	15-game	winning	streak	in	Gainesville,	three	shy	of	matching	the	longest	skein	in	school	history.	
	 Under	O’Sullivan’s	tutelage	in	2009,	the	Gators	produced	a	42-22	mark,	captured	the	SEC	East,	rolled	through	the	NCAA	Gainesville	Regional	and	earned	the	squad’s	first	trip	to	Su-
per	Regionals	in	four	years.	Florida	finished	one	game	back	in	the	race	for	the	SEC	Championship	and	27	of	the	club’s	42	victories	were	come-from-behind	efforts,	including	13	against	
league	foes.	After	capping	its	season	with	the	program’s	third	NCAA	Super	Regional	appearance,	UF	was	listed	in	the	top	15	within	all	four	of	the	collegiate	baseball	polls.
	 O’Sullivan’s	incoming	class	prior	to	‘09,	rated	fifth	by	Baseball	America,	lived	up	to	heady	expectations	and	was	led	by	Tucker.	Named	the	NCBWA	Freshman	Hitter	of	the	Year	and	
as	the	SEC	Co-Freshman	of	the	Year,	the	slugger	achieved	Freshman	All-America	status	from	Baseball	America,	Louisville	Slugger,	the	NCBWA	and	Rivals.com,	in	addition	to	being	a	
unanimous choice on the league’s All-Freshman squad.
	 Second	baseman	Josh	Adams	and	outfielder	Avery	Barnes	were	chosen	first-team	All-SEC	and	right-hander	Billy	Bullock	collected	second-team	recognition.	In	addition,	den	Dekker	
was	named	to	the	SEC	All-Defensive	Team	for	the	second	time	and	Brandon	McArthur	received	the	2009	Lowe’s	Senior	CLASS	Award	at	the	NCAA	College	World	Series.	An	acronym	
for	Celebrating	Loyalty	and	Achievement	for	Staying	in	School,	the	award	identifies	personal	qualities	that	define	a	complete	student-athlete,	with	criteria	including	excellence	in	the	
classroom,	character	and	community,	as	well	as	competition	on	the	field.
	 Evidence	of	the	increased	player	development	under	O’Sullivan	was	shown	by	a	school-record	10	Gators	and	12	signees	being	chosen	during	the	2009	Major	League	Baseball	Draft.	
The	previous	high	of	eight	UF	players	was	set	in	1999	and	equaled	in	2002,	and	the	total	tied	for	second	nationally	behind	league	rival	Georgia	(11).	Bullock	started	the	parade	of	Florida	
selections	by	being	picked	in	the	second	round	by	the	Minnesota	Twins	with	the	70th	overall	choice.
	 In	his	first	year	as	a	head	coach,	he	directed	the	Gators	to	their	first	NCAA	Regional	appearance	since	2005	and	a	second-place	finish	in	the	East	after	being	picked	11th	in	the	12-
team	league.	O’Sullivan	was	just	the	fourth	Florida	skipper	to	lead	the	team	into	NCAA	play	in	his	debut	season	and	guided	the	squad	to	series	triumphs	over	both	of	the	SEC’s	division	
winners	and	College	World	Series	representatives,	Georgia	and	LSU.	
	 When	O’Sullivan	took	over	the	Gator	program,	one	of	his	top	priorities	was	turning	around	the	team’s	pitching	staff,	which	had	registered	a	5.27	earned	run	average	and	was	the	
highest	in	the	SEC	during	the	2007	campaign.	Not	only	did	the	‘08	squad	lower	its	ERA	to	4.39	overall,	Florida	led	the	league	in	conference	play	with	a	4.00	ERA.	Offensively,	UF’s	team	
batting	average	went	from	.290	to	.304,	and	the	club’s	.305	showing	in	the	30	conference	games	was	at	the	top	of	the	chart.	The	Gators	also	increased	their	fielding	percentage	and	
turned	a	league-leading	72	double	plays,	the	fourth-most	in	school	history.
	 The	University	of	Florida	and	Athletics	Director	Jeremy	Foley	announced	O’Sullivan	as	its	new	baseball	coach	on	June	14,	2007.	O’Sullivan	arrived	in	Gator	Country	after	serving	
nine	seasons	as	the	pitching	coach	and	recruiting	coordinator	at	Clemson,	where	he	helped	the	Tigers	to	nine-straight	NCAA	Tournament	appearances	and	College	World	Series	berths	
in	2000,	2002	and	2006.	
	 A	native	of	Jupiter,	Fla.,	O’Sullivan	became	the	21st	head	coach	in	school	history.	He	starred	at	Virginia	as	a	catcher	in	1990	and	1991,	where	he	hit	a	combined	.351.	O’Sullivan	was	
a	first-team	All-ACC	and	All-ACC	Tourney	recipient	both	years	and	earned	a	berth	on	the	ACC	Academic	Honor	Roll	in	1990.	He	also	played	for	Florida	Community	College	in	1988	and	
1989.	O’Sullivan	is	married	to	the	former	Barbara	Jo	Davis	and	the	couple	resides	in	Gainesville	with	their	daughter,	Payton	Tyler	O’Sullivan.


 The Kevin O’Sullivan File                                                                         O’Sullivan Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record
 Full Name: Kevin Michael O’Sullivan                                                               Year       School         Record      Pct.                  SEC          Pct.
 Birthdate:	December	27,	1968	in	Goshen,	N.Y.                                                      2008	      Florida	       34-24	      .586	                 17-13	       .567
 Hometown: Jupiter, Fla.                                                                           2009	      Florida	       42-20	      .677	                 19-11	       .633	
 Education:	Bachelor	of	Science	-	Education/Sports	Medicine,	University	of	Virginia,	              2010	      Florida	       47-17	      .734	                 22-8	        .733
 1991	                                                                                             2011	      Florida	       10-1	       .909	                 0-0	         .000	
 		Master	of	Science	-	Exercise	Science	&	Wellness,	Florida	Atlantic	University,	1995              Totals:    4 Years        133-64      .675                  58-32        .644
 Date announced as UF head coach:	June	14,	2007

 Coaching Career:
 Assistant	Coach,	Florida	Community	College,	1992-93
 Assistant	Coach,	Florida	Atlantic	University,	1994-95	
 Assistant	Coach,	University	of	Virginia,	1996-97
 Assistant	Coach,	Minnesota	Twins	Rookie	League,	1998
 Assistant	Coach,	Clemson	University,	1999-2001
 Assistant	Head	Coach,	Clemson	University,	2002	
 Associate	Head	Coach,	Clemson	University,	2002-07
 Head	Coach,	University	of	Florida,	2007-present

 Playing Career:
 Florida	Community	College,	1988-89
 University	of	Virginia,	1990-91
                     2011 University of Florida Baseball
Kevin O’Sullivan Against Ranked Teams                      Kevin O’Sullivan Versus All Opponents
Ranking        Record        2011                          Opponent              W/L     H     A      N
No. 1          0-1                                         Alabama               6-4     3-0   3-3    0-1
No. 2          0-3                                         Arkansas              4-8     3-3   0-3    1-2
No. 3          2-3                                         Army                  1-0     1-0   -      -
No. 4          3-2                                         Auburn                5-1     3-0   2-1    -
No. 5          2-2           0-1 vs. Florida State (3/1)   Bethune-Cookman       4-0     4-0   -      -
No. 6          5-2                                         Boston College        3-0     3-0   -      -
No. 7          1-1                                         Brown                 2-1     2-1   -      -
No. 8          6-3                                         Campbell              2-0     2-0   -      -
No. 9          3-0                                         UCF                   3-0     2-0   1-0    -
No. 10         2-4                                         Charleston Southern   2-1     2-1   -      -
No. 11         2-0                                         Duquesne              3-0     3-0   -      -
No. 12         2-2                                         Eastern Michigan      4-0     4-0   -      -
No. 13         3-0                                         Florida Atlantic      3-1     2-1   -      1-0
No. 14         N/A                                         Florida Gulf Coast    3-1     2-1   -      1-0
No. 15         1-0                                         Florida State         4-9     3-0   1-3    0-6
No. 16         1-2                                         Georgia               8-1     5-1   3-0    -
No. 17         8-7                                         Illinois State        2-0     2-0   -      -
No. 18         0-3                                         Jacksonville          3-1     3-0   0-1    -
No. 19         0-1                                         Kentucky              5-4     2-1   3-3    -
No. 20         0-2                                         LSU                   6-4     5-1   1-2    0-1
No. 21         0-1                                         Louisville            3-0     3-0   -      -
No. 22         N/A                                         Miami (Fla.)          10-6    7-3   3-3    -
No. 23         0-1                                         Ole Miss              5-5     1-2   3-3    1-0
No. 24         3-0           3-0 vs. Miami (Fla.)          Mississippi State     3-0     3-0   -      -
No. 25         N/A                                         UNF                   4-2     4-1   0-1    -
                                                           Oregon State          1-0     1-0   -      -
Against All      2011        Overall                       Siena                 4-0     4-0   -      -
vs. Top 5        0-1          7-11                         South Carolina        6-4     3-0   3-3    0-1
vs. Top 10       0-1          24-21                        USF                   9-0     8-0   1-0    -
vs. Top 25       3-1          44-40                        Southern Miss         0-2     0-2   -      -
                                                           Stetson               2-0     1-0   1-0    -
At Home          2011        Overall                       Tennessee             6-3     3-0   3-3    -
vs. Top 5        0-0          6-2                          Tulane                0-1     -     -      0-1
vs. Top 10       0-0          12-5                         UCLA                  0-1     -     -      0-1
vs. Top 25       3-0          26-10                        Vanderbilt            7-4     5-1   1-2    1-1
                                                           Totals:               133-64 99-19 29-31   5-14
On Road          2011        Overall
vs. Top 5        0-0          1-4
vs. Top 10       0-0          11-10
vs. Top 25       0-0          15-19

Neutral Site     2011        Overall
vs. Top 5        0-1          0-5
vs. Top 10       0-1          1-6
vs. Top 25       0-1          3-11
                     2011 University of Florida Baseball
Superlatives Under Kevin O’Sullivan                  Strikeouts by Gator Pitching Staff
Runs Scored                                          1.     15 at Miami (Fla.) (3/5/10)
1.    24 at Auburn (4/11/09)                                15 at Auburn (4/10/09)
2.    18 at USF (4/21/10)                            3.     14 at Georgia (5/1/09)
2.    17 vs. Eastern Michigan (2/25/09)                     14 vs. Eastern Michigan-2 (2/27/08)
3.    16 vs. Charleston Southern (3/13/10)           5.     13 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)
      16 vs. Miami (Fla.) (5/31/09)                         13 vs. USF (2/20/11)
      16 vs. UCF (4/8/09)                                   13 at LSU (5/10/09)
      16 vs. Eastern Michigan-2 (2/27/08)            8.     12 vs. Miami (Fla.) (6/11/10)
7.    15, 5x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)            12 vs. Oregon State (6/5/10)
                                                            12 vs. FGCU (4/21/09)
Hits
1.     22 vs. Miami (Fla.) (5/31/09)                 Largest Margin of Victory
2.     20 vs. Siena (2/25/10)                        1.    22 at Auburn (4/11/09, 24-2)
       20 at Auburn (4/11/09)                        2.    15 vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10, 15-0)
4.     19 vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)                    [NCAA Gainesville Regional]
5.     18, 6x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22/11)         15 vs. Campbell (3/4/08, 15-0)
                                                     4.    13 vs. UCF (4/8/09, 16-3)
Singles                                                    13 vs. Eastern Michigan-1 (2/27/08, 15-2)
1.    17 vs. Miami (Fla.) (5/31/09)                  6.    12 at Ole Miss (3/28/10, 13-1)
2.    16 at Vanderbilt (4/3/09)                            12 vs. Eastern Michigan (2/24/09, 12-0)
3.    14 vs. Siena (2/25/10)                               12 vs. Campbell (3/5/08, 15-3)
      14 vs. FGCU (4/21/09)                          9.    11, 5x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22/11, 13-2)
      14 vs. Jacksonville (3/25/08)
6.    13, 6x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22/11)    Largest Margin of Defeat
                                                     1.    14 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/1/09, 2-16)
Doubles                                              2.    12 at Ole Miss (3/27/10, 3-15)
1.    7 at Tennessee (4/11/10)                             12 vs. FGCU (5/6/09, 5-17)
2.    5, 6x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6/11)          4.    9 at LSU (5/8/09, 1-10)
7.    4, 14x, last at Alabama (5/8/10)                     9 vs. Brown (3/8/08, 2-11)
                                                     6.    8 vs. UCLA (6/19/10, 3-11)
Triples                                                    [NCAA College World Series]
1.      2, 8x, last vs. Boston College (2/27/11)           8 at Tennessee (4/10/10, 4-12)
8.      1, 34x, last vs. Bethune-Cookman (6/4/10)          8 vs. South Carolina (5/22/08, 3-11)
                                                           [SEC Tournament]
Home Runs                                                  8 vs. Florida State (4/1/08, 2-10)
1.   6 vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)                 10.   7 vs. Vanderbilt (4/4/10, 0-7)
2.   4 at USF (4/21/10)                                    7 at Vanderbilt (4/5/09, 9-16)
     4 at Georgia (5/1/09)                                 7 at Arkansas (3/13/09, 4-11)
     4 at Auburn (4/11/09)
     4 vs. UCF (4/8/09)
     4 vs. Vanderbilt (5/17/08)
7.   3, 20x, last vs. Oregon State (6/5/10)

Stolen Bases
1.     9 vs. Illinois State (3/9/10)
2.     6 at Alabama (5/8/10)
       6 at Vanderbilt (4/4/09)
       6 at Alabama (5/10/08)
       6 at South Carolina (5/2/08)
       6 vs. Siena (2/24/08)
7.     5, 7x, last vs. Georgia (5/16/10)
                               2011 University of Florida Baseball
 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER                NUMERICAL ROSTER

                                    No.   Name                 Pos.     Ht.    Wt.   B/T   Cl.    Exp.   Hometown/High School (Previous School)
 No. - Name (Pos.)
 2 - ADAMS, Josh (INF)              1	    Bryson	Smith	       INF/OF	 6-2	     195	 R/R	 Sr.	     1L	    Watkinsville,	Ga./North	Oconee	(Young	Harris)
 29 - CAMPBELL, Matt	(RHP)          2	    Josh	Adams	           INF	    5-11	 205	 R/R	 Sr.	      3L	    Jacksonville,	Fla./Eagle’s	View	Academy
 23 - CRAWFORD,	Jonathon	(RHP)
                                    3	    Mike	Zunino	          C	      6-2	   215	 R/R	 So.	 1L	        Cape	Coral,	Fla./Mariner	
 20 - DENT, Cody (INF)
 16 - DeSCLAFANI, Anthony	(RHP)     4	    Nolan	Fontana	        INF	    5-11	 190	 L/R	    So.	 1L	      Winter	Garden,	Fla./West	Orange
 4 - FONTANA, Nolan (INF)           5	    Zack	Powers	          INF	    6-3	   200	 L/R	   Fr.	   HS	    Seffner,	Fla./Armwood
 9 - FREEDMAN, Alex	(INF)
                                    6	    Daniel	Gibson	       LHP	     6-3	   220	 L/L	   Fr.	   HS	    Lutz,	Fla./Jesuit
 6 - GIBSON,	Daniel	(LHP)	
 27 - HELLER,	Michael	(RHP)         8	    Daniel	Pigott	        OF	     6-2	   205	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L	    Ormond	Beach,	Fla./Seabreeze
 35 - JOHNSON, Brian	(LHP/1B)       9	    Alex	Freedman	        INF	    5-10	 185	 S/R	 Fr.	      HS	    Davie,	Fla./University	
 28 - KISH,	Keenan	(RHP/OF)
                                    10	   Austin	Maddox	       C/INF	   6-3	   225	 R/R	 So.	 1L	        Jacksonville,	Fla./Eagle’s	View	Academy
 37 - LARSON, Greg	(RHP)
 10 - MADDOX, Austin (C/INF)        11	   Hudson	Randall	 RHP	          6-3	   185	 R/R	 So.	 1L	        Atlanta,	Ga./Dunwoody	
 26 - MARONDE,	Nick	(LHP)           12	   Jacob	Tillotson	      INF	    6-0	   190	 S/R	 Fr.	     HS	    Lake	City,	Fla./Columbia	
 15 - McMAHAN, Ben (C)              13	   Tommy	Toledo	        RHP	     6-3	   190	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L		   Tampa,	Fla./Alonso
 17 - MITCHELL, Connor (OF)
                                    14	   Kamm	Washington	OF	           5-10	 180	 L/L	    So.	 1L	      Boynton	Beach,	Fla./Park	Vista
 41 - MOYER, Jeff (INF)
 44 - PALMER, Tyler (INF/OF)        15	   Ben	McMahan	          C	      6-0	   200	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L	    Windermere,	Fla./Bishop	Moore	Catholic
 24 - PANTELIODIS,	Alex	(LHP)       16	   Anthony	DeSclafani	RHP	       6-2	   195	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L	    Freehold,	N.J./Colts	Neck
 8 - PIGOTT, Daniel (OF)
                                    17	   Connor	Mitchell	      OF	     6-0	   175	 L/R	   Fr.	   HS	    Tampa,	Fla./Plant
 21 - POOVEY, Justin	(RHP)
 5 - POWERS,	Zack	(INF)	            18	   Tyler	Thompson	       OF	     6-1	   190	 L/R	   Jr.	   2L	    Tequesta,	Fla./Jupiter
 30 - RAMJIT, Vickash	(INF/OF)	     20	   Cody	Dent	            INF	    5-11	 185	 L/R	    So.	 1L	      Boynton	Beach,	Fla./Park	Vista
 11 - RANDALL, Hudson	(RHP)
                                    21	   Justin	Poovey	       RHP	     6-0	   200	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L	    Granite	Falls,	N.C./South	Caldwell
 32 - RODRIGUEZ, Steven	(LHP)
 1 - SMITH, Bryson (INF/OF)         22	   Karsten	Whitson	 RHP	         6-4	   215	 R/R	 Fr.	     HS	    Chipley,	Fla./Chipley
 18 - THOMPSON, Tyler (OF)          23	   Jonathon	Crawford	 RHP	       6-1	   200	 R/R	 Fr.	     HS	    Okeechobee,	Fla./Okeechobee
 12 - TILLOTSON, Jacob (INF)
                                    24	   Alex	Panteliodis	    LHP	     6-2	   230	 L/L	   Jr.	   2L	    Tampa,	Fla./Alonso
 13 - TOLEDO, Tommy	(RHP)
 25 - TUCKER, Preston	(INF/OF)      25	   Preston	Tucker	 INF/OF	 6-0	         215	 L/L	   Jr.	   2L	    Tampa,	Fla./Plant
 14 - WASHINGTON, Kamm (OF)         26	   Nick	Maronde	        LHP	     6-3	   200	 S/L	   Jr.	   2L	    Lexington,	Ky./Lexington	Catholic
 22 - WHITSON, Karsten	(RHP)	
                                    27	   Michael	Heller	      RHP	     6-2	   195	 R/R	 So.	 1L	        Bradenton,	Fla./Cardinal	Mooney
 31 - WILSON,	Paul	(OF)
                                    28	   Keenan	Kish	        RHP/OF	 6-3	     200	 L/R	   Fr.	   HS	    Worcester,	Pa./Germantown	Academy
 3 - ZUNINO, Mike (C)
                                    29	   Matt	Campbell	       RHP	     6-2	   200	 R/R	 Sr.	     1L	    Tampa,	Fla./Freedom
                                    30	   Vickash	Ramjit	 INF/OF	 6-3	         215	 R/R	 RSo.	TR	        Miami,	Fla./Christopher	Columbus	(Miami)
                                    31	   Paul	Wilson	          OF	     6-0	   185	 R/R	 RJr.	 RS	       Lakeland,	Fla./Lakeland
                                    32	   Steven	Rodriguez	 LHP	        6-2	   225	 L/L	   So.	 1L	      Miami,	Fla./Gulliver	Prep
                                    35	   Brian	Johnson	      LHP/1B	 6-3	     225	 L/L	   So.	 1L	      Cocoa	Beach,	Fla./Cocoa	Beach
                                    37	   Greg	Larson	         RHP	     6-8	   225	 R/R	 Jr.	     2L	    Longwood,	Fla./Lake	Brantley
                                    41	   Jeff	Moyer	           INF	    5-11	 185	 L/R	    Jr.	   TR	    Winter	Springs,	Fla./The	Master’s	Academy	(Santa	Fe)
                                    44	   Tyler	Palmer	       INF/OF	 5-11	 190	 R/R	 Fr.	        HS	    Pembroke	Pines,	Fla./University	
COACHING STAFF                                               SUPPORT STAFF                                        STUDENT MANAGERS/TRAINERS
HEAD COACH:	7	-	Kevin	O’Sullivan	(Virginia	’91)              Edmund	Boyd,	Asst.	Dir.	of	Athletic	Equipment        David Bergmaier (Manager)
ASSISTANT COACH:	33	-	Craig	Bell	(North	Florida	’89)         Todd Campbell, Groundskeeper                         Dustin Kline (Manager)
ASSISTANT COACH:	42	-	Brad	Weitzel	(Georgia	’83)             Shane Cooney, Intern Athletic Trainer                Ian McComb (Athletic Trainer)
VOL. ASSISTANT COACH:	36	-	Don	Norris	(Georgia	’92)          Brett	Hill,	Student	Video	Assistant                  Kyle	Polansky	(Manager)
ATHLETIC TRAINER:	John	Barrett	(Mississippi	State	’97)       John Hines, Communications                           Julian	Shabazz	(Manager)
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING:	Paul	Chandler	(Harding	’03)         Dave	Houts,	Director	of	Video	Services               Sydney Swanson (Manager)
                                                             Ann Hughes, Academic Counselor
                                                             Carlos Morales, Groundskeeper
                                                             Samantha Scales, Dir. of Baseball Operations
                                                             TBA, Nutritionist
    2011 University of Florida Starting Lineup by Order
Date   No. (#)   Rec.    Opponent         1           2          3        4        5         6        7            8         9
2/18   1 (1)     1-0     USF              Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Washington   Smith     Powers
2/19   2 (1)     1-0     USF              Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   McMahan      Smith     Pigott
2/20   2 (2)     2-0     USF              Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   McMahan      Smith     Pigott
2/22   3 (1)     1-0     vs. FAU          Fontana     Smith      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Adams        Pigott    Powers
2/24   4 (1)     1-0     Boston College   Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Washington   Pigott    Powers
2/25   5 (1)     1-0     Boston College   Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Pigott   Moyer        McMahan   Smith
2/27   6 (1)     1-0     Boston College   Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Pigott       McMahan   Washington
3/1    4 (2)     1-1     vs. FSU          Fontana     Adams      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Washington   Pigott    Powers
3/4    7 (1)     1-0     Miami (Fla.)     Fontana     Smith      Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   McMahan      Pigott    Adams
3/5    8 (1)     1-0     Miami (Fla.)     Fontana     Washington Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Pigott       Powers    Adams
3/6    8 (2)     2-0     Miami (Fla.)     Fontana     Washington Tucker   Maddox   Johnson   Zunino   Pigott       Powers    Adams

Gator Starters by Batting Order
1: Fontana (11)
2: Adams (7), Smith (2), Washington (2)
3: Tucker (11)
4: Maddox (11)
5: Johnson (11)
6: Zunino (10), Pigott (1)
7: McMahan (3), Pigott (3), Washington (3), Adams (1), Moyer (1)
8: Pigott (4), Smith (3), McMahan (2), Powers (2)
9: Powers (4), Adams (3), Pigott (2), Smith (1), Washington (1)
 2011 University of Florida Starting Lineup by Position
Date   No. (#)   Rec.     Opponent         C           1B         2B      3B       SS        LF       CF           RF       DH
2/18   1 (1)     1-0      USF              Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Smith    Washington   Tucker   Johnson
2/19   2 (1)     1-0      USF              Zunino      Johnson    Adams   Maddox   Fontana   Pigott   Smith        Tucker   McMahan
2/20   3 (1)     1-0      USF              Zunino      McMahan    Adams   Maddox   Fontana   Pigott   Smith        Tucker   Johnson
2/22   4 (1)     1-0      vs. FAU          Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Pigott   Smith        Tucker   Johnson
2/24   5 (1)     1-0      Boston College   Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Pigott   Washington   Tucker   Johnson
2/25   6 (1)     1-0      Boston College   Maddox      McMahan    Adams   Moyer    Fontana   Pigott   Smith        Tucker   Johnson
2/27   7 (1)     1-0      Boston College   Zunino      Johnson    Adams   Maddox   Fontana   Pigott   Washington   Tucker   McMahan
3/1    5 (2)     1-1      vs. FSU          Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Pigott   Washington   Tucker   Johnson
3/4    3 (2)     2-0      Miami (Fla.)     Zunino      McMahan    Adams   Maddox   Fontana   Pigott   Smith        Tucker   Johnson
3/5    5 (3)     2-1      Miami (Fla.)     Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Pigott   Washington   Tucker   Johnson
3/6    5 (4)     3-1      Miami (Fla.)     Zunino      Maddox     Adams   Powers   Fontana   Pigott   Washington   Tucker   Johnson

Gator Starters by Position
P: Johnson (3), Randall (3), Whitson (3), DeSclafani (1), Toledo (1)
C: Zunino (10), Maddox (1)
1B: Maddox (6), McMahan (3), Johnson (2)
2B: Adams (11)
3B: Powers (6), Maddox (4), Moyer (1)
SS: Fontana (11)
LF: Pigott (10), Smith (1)
CF: Washington (6), Smith (5)
RF: Tucker (11)
DH: Johnson (9), McMahan (2)
                2011 University of Florida Baseball Recaps
GAME 1 - Florida 7, USF 2                                                      UF Record: 4-0
Feb. 18, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)
                                                                               FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (5-2-0-1), Smith (2-0-0-0), Washington
          1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8      9     R     H    E        (3-1-1-1), Tucker (5-1-4-2), Wilson (0-2-0-0), Maddox (6-1-2-1), Johnson
USF       0    0    0    0    0     0    0    0      2     2     7    0        (3-2-2-1), Moyer (2-0-1-0), Zunino (3-1-1-1), McMahan (2-0-0-0), Adams
UF        0    0    3    0    4     0    0    0      x     7     13   0        (4-1-2-1), Pigott (5-1-4-2), Powers (2-0-0-0), Dent (2-0-1-1)
                                                                               TOTALS: 44-13-18-11.
WP - Johnson (1-0); LP - Fontanez (0-1); SV - None
2B: Johnson 2 (2); Tucker (1). HR: Tucker (1).
                                                                               FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): DeSclafani (4.0-3-0-0-0-3),
UF Record: 1-0
                                                                               Campbell (1.0-1-0-0-0-1), Crawford (1.0-1-1-1-0-0), Maronde (1.0-2-1-1-
                                                                               0-0), Toledo (1.0-0-0-0-0-2), Maddox (1.0-0-0-0-0-2). TOTALS: 9.0-7-2-2-
FLORIDA BATTING (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (5-2-4-0), Adams (3-1-2-0),
                                                                               0-8.
Dent (1-0-0-0), Tucker (5-1-3-3), Maddox (3-0-0-1), Johnson (4-1-2-1),
Zunino (3-1-0-0), Washington (3-0-0-0), Smith (2-0-1-2), McMahan (1-0-         GAME 5 - Florida 4, Boston College 0
0-0), Powers (3-1-1-0), Moyer (1-0-0-0). TOTALS: 34-7-13-7.                    Feb. 24, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)

FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Johnson (6.0-2-0-0-0-6),                             1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8    9       R    H     E
DeSclafani (1.0-0-0-0-0-1), Crawford (1.0-2-0-0-0-2) Panteliodis (1.0-3-2-2-   BC        0    0    0    0    0     0    0    0    0       0    2     1
0-1). TOTALS: 9.0-7-2-2-0-10.                                                  UF        0    1    0    1    0     1    0    1    x       4    8     0

GAME 2 - Florida 4, USF 1                                                      WP - Johnson (2-0); LP - Dennhardt (0-1); SV - Rodriguez (1)
Feb. 19, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)                           2B: Tucker (3), Zunino (1); 3B: Adams (1).
                                                                               UF Record: 5-0
          1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8      9     R     H    E
USF       1    0    0    0    0     0    0    0      0     1     11   1
                                                                               FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (3-1-0-0), Adams (3-1-1-0), Tucker
UF        1    0    1    0    0     0    1    1      x     4     10   0
                                                                               (4-1-2-1), Maddox (4-0-1-1), Johnson (3-1-1-1), McMahan (1-0-1-0),
                                                                               Zunino (4-1-2-1), Washington (2-0-0-0), Pigott (3-0-1-0), Powers (3-0-0-0).
WP - Randall (1-0); LP - Barbosa (0-1); SV - Toledo (1)
                                                                               TOTALS: 30-4-8-4.
2B: Pigott (1)
UF Record: 2-0
                                                                               FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Johnson (6.0-1-0-0-1-5),
                                                                               Rodriguez (3.0-1-0-0-0-3). TOTALS: 9.0-2-0-0-1-8.
FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (4-1-3-0), Adams (3-1-1-0), Tucker (4-0-
0-0), Washington (0-0-0-0), Maddox (4-0-2-1), Johnson (3-0-0-1), Zunino
                                                                               GAME 6 - Florida 9, Boston College 3
(4-0-0-0), McMahan (3-1-1-0), Smith (3-0-1-0), Pigott (3-1-2-1). TOTALS:
                                                                               Feb. 25, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)
31-4-10-3.
                                                                                         1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8    9       R    H     E
FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Randall (6.0-7-1-1-0-6),                   BC        0    0    0    0    1     0    2    0    0       3    9     0
Maronde (0.2-2-0-0-1-1), Toledo (2.1-2-0-0-0-1). TOTALS: 9.0-11-1-1-1-8.       UF        0    0    1    1    0     1    3    3    x       9    14    1

GAME 3 - Florida 5, USF 0                                                      WP - Gibson (1-0); LP - Prohovich (0-1); SV - None
Feb. 20, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)                           2B: Washington (1); HR: Tucker (2).
                                                                               UF Record: 6-0
          1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8      9     R     H    E
USF       0    0    0    0    0     0    0    0      0     0     4    3
                                                                               FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (2-2-1-0), Adams (3-1-1-0), Tucker
UF        1    0    0    2    0     1    1    0      x     5     10   1
                                                                               (4-2-3-2), Maddox (5-0-1-1), Johnson (5-1-3-3), Pigott (4-0-2-1), Moyer
                                                                               (3-0-0-0), Powers (2-0-0-0), McMahan (2-0-2-1), Zunino (1-1-0-0), Smith
WP - Whitson (1-0); LP - Gonzalez (0-1); SV - None
                                                                               (2-1-0-0), Washington (1-1-1-1). TOTALS: 34-9-14-9.
2B: Adams (1), Fontana (1), Smith (1); HR: Zunino (1)
UF Record: 3-0
                                                                               FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Randall (5.0-4-1-1-0-4),
                                                                               Maronde (1.0-2-1-1-0-0), Larson (0.1-1-1-1-0-1), Gibson (1.0-2-0-0-1-1),
FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (3-2-2-0), Adams (4-0-1-0), Tucker
                                                                               Toledo (0.2-0-0-0-0-2), Panteliodis (1.0-0-0-0-0-2). TOTALS: 9.0-9-3-3-
(3-0-1-1), Maddox (3-0-0-1), Johnson (4-0-1-0), Moyer (1-0-0-0), Zunino
                                                                               1-9.
(4-1-2-1), McMahan (3-1-0-0), Smith (4-1-1-0), Pigott (4-0-2-2)
TOTALS: 33-5-10-5.
                                                                               GAME 7 - Florida 7, Boston College 2
                                                                               Feb. 27, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)
FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Whitson (5.0-1-0-0-1-9),
Larson (1.2-1-0-0-0-2), Rodriguez (1.1-1-0-0-0-1), Gibson (1.0-1-0-0-0-1).               1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8    9       R    H     E
TOTALS: 9.0-4-0-0-1-13.                                                        BC        0    0    0    0    0     1    0    0    1       2    10    0
                                                                               UF        0    4    1    0    0     0    0    2    x       7    10    0
GAME 4 - Florida 13, Florida Atlantic 2
Feb. 22, 2011 - Jupiter, Fla. (Roger Dean Stadium)                             WP - Whitson (2-0); LP - Leonard (1-1); SV - None
                                                                               2B: Zunino (2); 3B: Fontana (1); Johnson (1); HR- Zunino (2).
          1    2    3    4    5     6    7    8      9     R     H    E
                                                                               UF Record: 7-0
UF        3    0    3    0    2     0    4    0      1     13    18   0
FAU       0    0    0    0    0     1    1    0      0     2     7    4
                                                                               FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (3-1-1-2), Adams (3-0-0-1), Tucker
                                                                               (4-0-0-0), Maddox (4-1-2-0), Johnson (4-1-1-0), Zunino (4-2-3-2), Pigott
WP - DeSclafani (1-0); LP - Gonzaga (1-1); SV - None
                                                                               (3-0-2-1), McMahan (2-1-0-0), Dent (1-0-0-0), Washington (2-1-1-1).
2B: Pigott 2 (3), Johnson (3), Tucker (2), Moyer (1)
                                                                               TOTALS: 30-7-10-7.
                2011 University of Florida Baseball Recaps
FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Whitson (5.1-5-1-1-1-5),                 GAME 11 - Florida 5, Miami (Fla.) 3
Maronde (0.2-0-0-0-0-0), Larson (2.0-3-0-0-0-1), Maddox (1.0-2-1-1-0-1).     March 6, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)
TOTALS: 9.0-10-2-2-1-9.                                                                1   2    3     4     5    6   7    8    9        R     H       E
                                                                             UM        0   0    1     0     1    0   0    0    1        3     8       1
GAME 8 - Florida State 5, Florida 3                                          UF        0   2    0     0     0    3   0    0    x        5     9       0
March 1, 2011 - Tampa, Fla. (George M. Steinbrenner Field)
                                                                             WP - Toledo (1-1); LP - Whaley (2-1); SV - DeSclafani (1)
          1    2    3    4    5    6    7     8      9    R     H    E       2B: Pigott (5), Tucker (5), Johnson (4), Powers 2 (4); HR: Tucker (3).
FSU       0    0    5    0    0    0    0     0      0    5     7    1       UF Record: 10-1
UF        0    0    1    0    0    2    0     0      0    3     7    2
                                                                             FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (4-0-0-0), Washington (4-0-1-0), Tucker
WP - Sitz (2-0); LP - Toledo (0-1); SV - McGee (1)                           (4-1-3-1), Maddox (4-0-0-0), Johnson (3-1-1-0), Zunino (2-2-0-0), Pigott
2B: Powers (1).                                                              (4-0-1-2), Powers (4-1-2-1), Adams (3-0-1-0). TOTALS: 32-5-9-4.
UF Record: 7-1
                                                                             FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Whitson (5.0-7-2-2-1-4),
FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (3-0-0-0), Adams (3-0-0-0), Tucker             Toledo (2.2-0-0-0-0-2), Rodriguez (0.1-0-0-0-0-2), DeSclafani (1.0-1-0-0-
(4-1-2-1), Maddox (3-0-1-0), Johnson (4-0-0-0), Zunino (4-1-1-0), Wash-      0-1). TOTALS: 9.0-8-3-3-3-8.
ington (3-0-1-1), Pigott (4-0-1-1), Powers (4-1-1-0). TOTALS: 32-3-7-3.

FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Toledo (2.1-2-3-3-3-1),
Panteliodis (2.2-4-2-2-1-2), DeSclafani (1.2-0-0-0-1-3), Maronde (1.1-0
-0-0-0-2), Rodriguez (0.2-1-0-0-0-0), Larson (0.1-0-0-0-0-0). TOTALS:
9.0-7-5-5-5-8.

GAME 9 - Florida 8, Miami (Fla.) 3
March 4, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)

          1    2    3    4    5    6    7     8      9    R     H    E
UM        0    0    0    0    0    0    0     3      0    3     10   2
UF        0    4    2    2    0    0    0     0      x    8     12   2

WP - Johnson (3-0); LP - Radziewski (1-1); SV - None
2B: Tucker (4) HR: Maddox (1).
UF Record: 8-1

FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (4-0-0-0), Smith (4-1-1-0), Tucker
(5-0-2-1), Maddox (5-1-2-2), Johnson (2-1-1-0), Dent (2-0-0-0), Zunino
(4-2-1-0), McMahan (3-1-1-0), Ramjit (1-0-0-0), Pigott (2-1-1-1), Thomp-
son (0-0-0-0), Adams (3-1-3-3). TOTALS: 36-8-12-7.

FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Johnson (5.0-3-0-0-1-9),
Campbell (1.0-2-0-0-1-2), Crawford (1.0-1-0-0-1-0), Gibson (0.0-4-3-3-
0-0), Larson (2.0-0-0-0-0-2). TOTALS: 9.0-9-3-3-3-9.

GAME 10 - Florida 1, Miami (Fla.) 0
March 5, 2011 - Gainesville, Fla. (McKethan Stadium)

          1    2    3    4    5    6    7     8      9    R     H    E
UM        0    0    0    0    0    0    0     0      0    0     1    0
UF        0    0    0    0    0    0    0     1      x    1     6    0

WP - DeSclafani (2-0); LP - Encinosa (0-2); SV - None
2B: Pigott (4), Powers (2).
UF Record: 9-1

FLORIDA (AB-R-H-RBI): Fontana (3-0-0-0), Washington (2-0-1-0), Smith
(1-0-1-1), Tucker (4-0-0-0), Thompson (0-0-0-0), Maddox (2-0-0-0), John-
son (3-0-1-0), Zunino (3-0-0-0), Pigott (3-0-2-0), Powers (2-0-1-0), Adams
(2-1-0-0). TOTALS: 25-1-6-1.

FLORIDA PITCHING (IP-H-R-ER-BB-SO): Randall (7.0-1-0-0-0-5),
DeSclafani (2.0-0-0-0-0-2). TOTALS: 9.0-9-3-3-3-9.
        2011 University of Florida Baseball Superlatives
Team Game Highs                                               Individual Game Highs
Batting                                                       Batting
Most At Bats: 44 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)                  Most At Bats: 6, Austin Maddox vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
                                                              Most Runs: 2, 11x, last by Mike Zunino vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
Fewest At Bats: 25 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
                                                              Most Hits: 4, 3x, last by Daniel Pigott & Preston Tucker vs.
Most Runs (Game): 13 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
                                                              Florida Atlantic (2/22)
Most Runs (Inning): 4, 4x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4, 2nd)   Most RBI: 3, 3x, last by Josh Adams vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Fewest Runs (Game): 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                  Most Doubles: 2, 3x, last by Zack Powers vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
Most Hits (Game): 18 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)              Most Triples: 1, 3x, last by Nolan Fontana & Brian Johnson vs.
Most Hits (Inning): 5, 3x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4, 2nd)   Boston College (2/27)
Fewest Hits (Game): 6 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                  Most Home Runs: 1, 6x, last by Preston Tucker vs. Miami (Fla.)
Most RBI: 11 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)                      (3/6)
                                                              Most Total Bases: 7, 3x, last by Preston Tucker vs. Miami (Fla.)
Most Doubles: 5, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
                                                              (3/6)
Most Triples: 2 vs. Boston College (2/27)
                                                              Most Walks: 3, Nolan Fontana vs. Boston College (2/25)
Most Home Runs: 1, 6x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)            Most Strikeouts: 2, 8x, last by Nolan Fontana & Mike Zunino vs.
Most Total Bases: 23 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)              Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Most Walks: 8 vs. Boston College (2/25)                       Most Sac Hits: 1, 8x, last by Nolan Fontana & Zack Powers vs.
Fewest Walks: 1 vs. USF (2/19)                                Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
Most Strikeouts: 8 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)                     Most Sac Flies: 1, 5x, last by Josh Adams vs. BC (2/27)
Most Sac Hits: 2 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                       Most Hit by Pitch: 2, Nolan Fontana vs. USF (2/20)
                                                              Most Stolen Bases: 1, 8x, last by Kamm Washington vs. Miami
Most Sac Flies: 2 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
                                                              (Fla.) (3/6)
Most Hit by Pitch: 2 vs. USF (2/20)
Most Stolen Bases: 2, 2x, last vs. USF (2/20)                 Pitching
Most Caught Stealing: 2 vs. Boston College (2/25)             Most Innings Pitched: 7.0, Hudson Randall vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
Most Left on Base: 12 vs. USF (2/20)                          Most Runs Allowed: 3, 2x, last by Daniel Gibson vs. UM (3/4)
Fewest Left on Base: 4 vs. Boston College (2/27)              Most Earned Runs: 3, 2x, last by Daniel Gibson vs. UM (3/4)
Hit into Double Play: 3 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                Most Hits Allowed: 7, 2x, last by Karsten Whitson vs. UM (3/6)
                                                              Fewest Hits CG: None
Pitching
                                                              Most HR Allowed: 1, 3x, last by Jonathon Crawford & Nick
Most Innings Pitched: 9.0, 11x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
                                                              Maronde vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
Most Runs Allowed: 5 vs. Florida State (3/1)                  Most Strikeouts: 9, 2x, last by Brian Johnson vs. UM (3/4)
Most Runs Allowed (Inn.): 5 vs. Florida State (3/1)           Most Walks Allowed: 3, Tommy Toledo vs. Florida State (3/1)
Most Earned Runs: 5 vs. Florida State (3/1)                   Most Wild Pitches: 2, Karsten Whitson vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
Fewest Runs Allowed: 0, 3x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)       Most Hit Batters: 1, 4x, last by Hudson Randall vs. UM (3/5)
Most Hits Allowed: 11 vs. USF (2/19)                          Most Balks: None
Fewest Hits Allowed: 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
                                                              Fielding
Most HR Allowed: 2 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
                                                              Most Putouts: 14, Austin Maddox vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
Most Strikeouts: 13, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
                                                              Most Assists: 6, 2x, last by Nolan Fontana vs. BC (2/27)
Fewest Strikeouts: 7 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                   Most Errors: 1, 6x, last by Nolan Fontana & Austin Maddox vs.
Most Walks Allowed: 5 vs. Florida State (3/1)                 Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Fewest Walks Allowed: 0, 3x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)      Most Passed Balls: None
Most Wild Pitches: 2, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
Most Hit Batters: 2 vs. Florida State (3/1)                   Miscellaneous
Most Balks: None                                              Longest Win Streak: 7 games, (2/18-3/1)
                                                              Longest Losing Streak: 1 game (3/1)
                                                              Longest Game (Inn.): 9.0, 11x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
Fielding                                                      Longest Game (Time): 3:06 vs. Boston College (2/25)
Most Putouts: 27, 11x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)            Shortest Game (Time): 2:01 vs. Boston College (2/24)
Most Assists: 14 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)                       Largest Victory Margin: 11 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22) (13-2)
Most Errors: 2, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)               Largest Defeat Margin: 2 vs. Florida State (3/1) (5-3)
Most Passed Balls: None                                       Largest Home Att: 5,157 vs. USF (2/18)
Most Double Plays: 2, 2x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)    Smallest Home Att: 2,553 vs. Boston College (2/24)
                                                              Largest Road Att: N/A
                                                              Largest Neutral Site Att: 7,869 vs. Florida State (Tampa, Fla.)
                                                              Home Att. (Series): 14,003 vs. USF (2/18-2/20) (second all-time)
                                                              Road Att. (Series): N/A
 2011 University of Florida Baseball - The Last Time...
A Gator Batter Had...                                              A Gator Pitcher Had...
8 AB:             Mario Garza, C.J. Smith & Justin Tordi vs. USF   A Complete Game
                  (2/25/03)                                         (9 Innings):            Alex Panteliodis vs. Miami (Fla.)
7 AB:             Jonathan Pigott vs. USF (4/21/10)                                         (6/11/10)
5-Hit Game:       Matt den Dekker vs. LSU (5/2/10)                  (7 Innings):            Justin Hoyman vs. Hofstra-1 (2/23/03)
4-Hit Game:       Daniel Pigott & Preston Tucker vs. Florida       Consecutive CG:          Tommy Boss vs. North Carolina
                  Atlantic (2/22/11)                                                        (6/4/05) & Florida State (6/10/05)
6 Runs:           Adam Davis vs. Notre Dame (6/5/05)               A Shutout:
5 Runs:           C.J. Smith vs. Auburn (5/2/04)                    (9 Innings):            Tommy Boss vs. UCLA (6/6/04)
4 Runs:           Tyler Thompson vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)      (7 Innings):            J. Kaufman vs. Ole Miss-1 (3/31/96)
4 Doubles:        D. Eckstein vs. Bethune-Cookman (4/10/96)        A Combined Shutout
3 Doubles:        Jerico Weitzel vs. Tennessee (4/11/10)            (9 Innings):            Hudson Randall (7.0) & Anthony
2 Triples:        Brian Haught vs. Campbell (3/4/97)                                        DeSclafani (2.0) vs. Miami (3/5/11)
2 Grand Slams: Preston Tucker vs. UCF (4/8/09)                      (7 Innings):            Ron Scott (4.2) & John Pricher (2.1)
A Grand Slam: Brian Johnson vs. Alabama (5/8/10)                                            vs. Kentucky (4/18/92)
Back-to-Back HR: Brian Johnson & Mike Zunino vs. Florida           A Shutout (Freshman)
                  Atlantic (6/6/10, 3rd)                           Postseason:             Marc Valdes vs. Florida State (6/2/91,
Back-to-Back-to-Back HR: Brian Jeroloman, Brandon McArthur                                 College World Series)
                  & Brian Leclerc vs. Florida State (6/10/05)      Regular Season:         Tyson Johnson vs. Ohio St. (2/26/86)
A Pinch-Hit GS: Casey Smith vs. Ole Miss (3/28/97)                 A Non-Shutout Complete Game (Freshman):
Inside Park HR: Brian Ogle vs. Purdue (3/12/97)                                            Matt McClendon vs. Auburn (5/17/97)
Cycle in a Game: Derek Nicholson vs. Kentucky (4/3/98)             10+ Innings in a Start: 10, Johnny Wiggs vs. Vandy (5/7/88)
10+ RBI Game: 11, Preston Tucker vs. UCF (4/8/09)                  A Start into 10th:      Rob Bonanno vs. Georgia (5/19/94)
9-RBI Game:       David Eckstein vs. Georgia State (2/9/96)        10+ Strikeouts:         12, Alex Panteliodis vs. Miami (Fla.)
7-RBI Game:       Adam Davis vs. UCF (3/22/05)                                             (6/11/10)
6-RBI Game:       Tyler Thompson vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)     Three Batters Hit:      T. Lawler vs. E. Michigan-2 (2/27/08)
10+ Total Bases: 14, Tyler Thompson vs. Fla. Atlantic (6/6/10)     A 2-Hitter
5 Walks:          Matt LaPorta vs. Tennessee (5/18/07)              (9 innings):           Brian Johnson (6.0) & Steven
4 Walks:          Nolan Fontana vs. USF (4/21/10)                                          Rodriguez (3.0) vs. BC (2/24/11)
3 Walks:          Nolan Fontana vs. Boston College (2/25/11)        (7 innings):           John Burke vs. Georgia-2 (4/20/91)
5 Strikeouts:     Travis Andre vs. LSU (3/22/96)                   A 1-Hitter (9 innings): Hudson Randall (7.0) & Anthony
4 Strikeouts:     Tyler Thompson vs. Vanderbilt (4/2/10)                                   DeSclafani (2.0) vs. Miami (3/5/11)
Steal of Home: Kamm Washington vs. Ole Miss (3/28/10)              A No-Hitter:            John Burke vs. Furman (5/23/91)
4 Stolen Bases: Stephen Barton vs. Michigan State (3/12/05)        A Combined No-Hitter: Doug Brennan (7.0) & Chris Nelson
3 Stolen Bases: Kamm Washington vs. Illinois State (3/9/10)                                (2.0) vs. Pace (3/19/93)
3-HR Game:        Tyler Thompson vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)     Wins in Both Ends of DH: Danny Wheeler vs. Vandy (4/16/94)
2-HR Game:        Mike Zunino vs. USF (4/21/10)                    Saves in Both Ends of DH: Danny Wheeler vs. FAU (5/4/94)
HR from Both Sides: Adam Davis vs. Tennessee (4/30/05)
HR-Consec. AB: Tyler Thompson vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10,
                  3rd, 5th)
HR-3 Con. AB: Preston Tucker vs. UCF (4/8/09, 5th, 6th, 7th)
3-Hit Inning:     Ben Harrison vs. Savannah State (2/7/01, 2nd)
2-Hit Inning:     Tyler Thompson vs. Oregon State (6/6/10,
                  3rd)
3-HBP Game:       Matt den Dekker vs. Louisville (2/21/09)
2-HBP Game:       Nolan Fontana vs. USF (2/20/11)
Pinch-Hit HR:     Jerico Weitzel vs. Ole Miss (3/28/10)
Con. Pinch-Hit HR: Mike Floyd & Brian Haught vs. South Carolina
                  (4/19/98)
Lead-off HR:      Nolan Fontana vs. Oregon State (6/15/10)
 2011 University of Florida Baseball - The Last Time...
The Gators...                                                    An Opponent...
Scored 20+ Runs:                24 vs. Auburn (4/11/09)          Hit a Grand Slam:        Jackie Bradley, Jr., South Carolina
Scored 15+ Runs:                15 vs. Fla. Atlantic (6/6/10)                             (5/22/10, 6th)
Scored 10+ Runs in an Inn.:     11 vs. Kentucky (4/2/05,         Hit a Pinch-Hit GS:      Robert Shelton, Ole Miss
                                5th)                                                      (4/12/98, 9th)
Had 20+ Hits:                   20 vs. Siena (2/25/10)           Hit Two Home Runs:       Jason Esposito, Vanderbilt (4/4/10)
Had 15+ Hits:                   18 vs. Fla. Atlantic (2/22/11)   Had Inside-the-Park HR: Matt Ramsey, Tennessee (4/10/10,
Had 8+ Doubles:                 10 vs. Hofstra-2 (2/23/03)                                2nd)
Had 7 Doubles:                  vs. Tennessee (4/11/10)          Had Back-to-Back HR:	 Yan	Gomes	&	Shawn	Griffin,		            	
Had 6 Doubles:                  vs. Kentucky (3/28/04)                                    Tennessee-2 (4/5/08, 5th)
Had 3 Triples:                  vs. Kentucky (5/17/03)           Had 5 Hits:              Tim Ferguson, Ole Miss (3/27/10)
Had 7 Home Runs:                vs. Miami (Fla.) (2/8/98)        Had 4 Hits:              Niko Gallego, UCLA (6/19/10)
Had 6 Home Runs:                vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)    Had 7 RBI:               Tim Angiolini, South Carolina (4/23/99)
Had 5 Home Runs:                vs. Florida A&M (2/15/05)        Had 6 RBI:               Josh Rutledge, Alabama (5/9/10)
Had 10+ Walks:                  11 vs. USF (4/21/10)             Had 5 RBI:	              Zach	Maxfield,	FGCU	(5/6/09)
Had 7 Hit By Pitches:           vs. Louisville (2/21/09)         Scored 10+ R in an Inn.: 10, South Carolina (3/26/06, 2nd)
Stole 10+ Bases:                10, vs. Maine (3/16/95)          Scored 4 Runs:           Andrew Miller, Alabama (5/9/10)
Allowed an Opp. 3 Hits or Less: 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5/11)      Had a Pinch-Hit HR:      Nathan Pittman, Florida Atlantic
Won in Extra Innings:           4-3 vs. Miami (Fla.) (6/12/10)                            (2/22/11)
                                - 10 innings                     Had a Lead-off HR:       Tyler Holt, Florida State (6/21/10)
Lost in Extra Innings:          8-7 vs. Auburn (4/10/09) -       Had a Walk-off HR:       Justin Hargett, Auburn (4/10/09)
                                11 innings                       Stole Home:              Paco Figueroa, Miami (Fla.) (2/18/05)
Were Shutout:                   by Vanderbilt (4/4/10, 7-0) -    Threw a No-Hitter:       Tom McMillan (7.0), Jacksonville
                                Jack Armstrong (6.0),                                     (6/1/63)
                                Richie Goodenow (1.2),           Pitched a Complete Game:
                                Chase Reid (1.1)                  (9 Innings):            Tyler Thornburg, Charleston
Were Shutout at Home:           by Vanderbilt (4/4/10, 7-0) -                             Southern (3/14/10)
                                Jack Armstrong (6.0),             (7 Innings):            Adam Morgan, Alabama (5/29/10)
                                Richie Goodenow (1.2),           Pitched a Complete Game in Consecutive Starts:
                                Chase Reid (1.1)                                          Brooks Dunn & Justin Pigott, Miss.
Were Shutout on the Road:       by LSU (5/9/09, 4-0) - Louis                              State (5/5-5/6/06)
                                Coleman (8.0), Matty Ott         Had 13+ Strikeouts:      13, David Price, Vanderbilt (4/27/07)
                                (1.0)                            Had 10+ Strikeouts:      11, Trevor Bauer, UCLA (6/19/10)
Struck Out 15+ Times:           15 by Kentucky (5/16/09)         Hit Four Batters:        Tim Day, Michigan State (3/11/05)
Were Held to Two Hits or Less: 2 by Ole Miss-1 (5/28/05)         Hit Three Batters:       Austin Hyatt, Alabama (3/27/09)
Turned a Triple Play:           vs. LSU (5/9/08); Mike
                                Mooney (SS)-Josh Adams
                                (2B)-Preston Tucker (1B)
   2011 University of Florida Baseball Pitcher Updates
#6 Daniel Gibson                                                              3/1/11       vs. Florida State*       2.1    2   3-3    3    1     L, 0-1
                                                                              3/6/11       Miami (Fla.)             2.2    0   0-0    0    2        ND
Freshman • LHP • 6-3 • 220                                                    Totals:                               9.0    4   3-3    3    7     1-1-1
Season & Career Highs                                                         2010
Innings Pitched-Starter: None                                                 Date         Opponent                  IP    H R-ER    BB   SO    Result
Innings Pitched-Reliever: 1.0, 2x, last vs. Boston College (2/25)             2/19/10      USF*                     3.1    3   1-0    2    4        ND
Strikeouts: 1, 2x, last vs. Boston College (2/25)                             2/25/10      Siena*                   5.0    3   2-2    1    7    W, 1-0
Walks: 1 vs. Boston College (2/25)                                            3/2/10       vs. Florida State        0.1    1   0-0    1    1        ND
                                                                              3/7/10       at Miami (Fla.)*         5.0    3   2-1    1    4    W, 2-0
2011                                                                          3/14/10      Charleston So.*          3.0    5   4-4    2    3     L, 2-1
Date         Opponent                 IP   H R-ER     BB   SO       Result    5/12/10      Florida Atlantic         1.0    2   0-0    0    1        ND
2/18/11      USF                     1.0   1   0-0     0    1          ND     5/18/10      North Florida*           2.0    3   0-0    0    2    W, 3-1
2/25/11      Boston College          1.0   2   0-0     1    1       W, 1-0    5/22/10      at South Carolina        1.1    1   1-1    0    0        ND
3/4/11       Miami (Fla.)            0.0   4   3-3     0    0          ND     5/29/10      vs. Alabama*             3.2    7   5-4    1    3     L, 3-2
Totals:                              2.0   7   3-3     1    2        1-0-0    6/6/10       Florida Atlantic         1.0    1   0-0    0    1        ND
                                                                              6/19/10      vs. UCLA                 1.0    3   1-1    0    1        ND
#10 Austin Maddox                                                             Totals:                              26.2   32 16-13    8   27     3-2-0
Sophomore • RHP • 6-3 • 225                                                   2008
                                                                              Date         Opponent                  IP    H R-ER    BB   SO    Result
Season & Career Highs                                                         2/24/08      Siena*                   5.0    5   2-2    2    5    W, 1-0
Innings Pitched-Starter: None                                                 3/2/08       at Miami (Fla.)*         5.0    4   2-2    3    2        ND
Innings Pitched-Reliever: 1.0, 2x, last vs. Boston College (2/27)             3/8/08       Brown*                   5.0    2   1-1    3    2    W, 2-0
Strikeouts: 2 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)                                     3/16/08      Auburn*                  6.0    2   0-0    4    2    W, 3-0
Walks: None                                                                   3/23/08      at OIe Miss*             7.0    6   1-1    2    1    W, 4-0
                                                                              3/30/08      LSU*                     5.1    5   4-4    1    2     L, 4-1
2011                                                                          4/5/08       at Tennessee*            4.1    6   7-1    3    3     L, 4-2
Date         Opponent                 IP   H R-ER     BB   SO       Result    4/13/08      Arkansas*                5.0   10   5-5    2    2     L, 4-3
2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic    1.0   0   0-0     0    2          ND     4/20/08      at Kentucky              2.1    1   1-1    3    1     L, 4-4
2/27/11      Boston College          1.0   2   1-1     0    1          ND     5/2/08       at South Carolina*       3.2    3   1-1    3    2        ND
Totals:                              2.0   2   1-1     0    3        0-0-0    5/11/08      at Alabama               0.0    4   3-3    0    0        ND
                                                                              5/13/08      USF*                     4.0    2   0-0    1    1        ND
                                                                              5/17/08      Vanderbilt*              2.0    6   5-4    1    3        ND
#11 Hudson Randall                                                            5/22/08      vs. South Carolina       4.0    1   1-1    3    3        ND
Sophomore • RHP • 6-3 • 185                                                   5/31/08      at Florida State         0.2    3   3-3    1    1        ND
                                                                              Totals:                              59.1   60 36-29   32   30     4-4-0
Season & Career Highs
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 8.0, 2x, last vs. LSU (5/1/10)              #16 Anthony DeSclafani
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): 7.0 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 3.0 vs. Florida State (3/2/10)             Junior • RHP • 6-2 • 195
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): None
Strikeouts (Career): 10 vs. Bethune-Cookman (6/4/10)                          Season & Career Highs
Strikeouts (2011): 6 vs. USF (2/19)                                           Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 6.1 at Auburn (4/12/09)
Walks (Career): 5 at Kentucky (4/17/10)                                       Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): 4.0 vs. Florida Atlantic (2/22)
Walks (2011): None                                                            Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 4.1 vs. Alabama (3/29/09)
                                                                              Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 2.0 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/5)
2011                                                                          Strikeouts (Career): 7 vs. Florida Atlantic (3/4/09)
Date         Opponent                 IP    H R-ER    BB   SO       Result    Strikeouts (2011): 3, 2x, last vs. Florida State (3/1)
2/19/11      USF*                    6.0    7   1-1    0    6       W, 1-0    Walks (Career): 3 at Ole Miss (3/27/10)
2/25/11      Boston College          5.0    4   1-1    0    4          ND     Walks (2011): 1 vs. Florida State (3/1)
3/5/11       Miami (Fla.)*           7.0    1   0-0    0    5          ND
Totals:                             18.0   12   2-2    0   15        1-0-0    2011
                                                                              Date         Opponent                  IP   H R-ER     BB   SO    Result
2010                                                                          2/18/11      USF                      1.0   0   0-0     0    1       ND
Date         Opponent                 IP   H R-ER     BB   SO       Result    2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic*    4.0   3   0-0     0    3    W, 1-0
2/20/10      USF                     1.1   1   0-0     0     0          ND    3/1/11       vs. Florida State        1.2   0   0-0     1    3       ND
2/24/10      UCF*                    5.0   3   0-0     1     3      W, 1-0    3/5/11       Miami (Fla.)             2.0   0   0-0     0    2    W, 2-0
3/2/10       vs. Florida State       3.0   6   3-3     2     2          ND    3/6/11       Miami (Fla.)             1.0   1   0-0     0    1      S, 1
3/9/10       Illinois State*         5.0   4   1-1     0     5      W, 2-0    Totals:                               9.2   4   0-0     1   10     2-0-1
3/16/10      Florida State*          4.0   6   5-5     0     1          ND
3/21/10      Mississippi State*      5.1   4   1-1     3     5          ND    2010
3/27/10      at Ole Miss*            1.0   6   5-5     0     0       L, 2-1   Date         Opponent                  IP    H R-ER    BB   SO    Result
3/30/10      vs. Florida State       2.1   1   1-0     1     2       L, 2-2   2/21/10      USF*                     4.1    4   0-0    0    4        ND
4/4/10       Vanderbilt*             5.2   7   3-2     1     6       L, 2-3   3/2/10       vs. Florida State*       0.0    3   5-5    0    0     L, 0-1
4/11/10      at Tennessee*           8.0   4   1-1     0     6      W, 3-3    3/10/10      Illinois State*          5.1    1   0-0    1    6    W, 1-1
4/17/10      at Kentucky*            3.0   3   2-2     5     2          ND    3/15/10      Army*                    5.2    6   2-2    0    3    W, 2-1
4/24/10      Arkansas*               5.2   6   2-0     1     2      W, 4-3    3/24/10      FGCU*                    1.1    5   7-6    0    0        ND
5/1/10       LSU*                    8.0   7   1-1     1     7      W, 5-3    3/27/10      at Ole Miss              3.0    6   5-5    3    4        ND
5/7/10       at Alabama*             7.0   8   0-0     1     3      W, 6-3    3/30/10      vs. Florida State        1.0    0   0-0    0    1        ND
5/15/10      Georgia*                5.2   9   2-2     0     5          ND    4/3/10       Vanderbilt               1.1    2   2-2    0    0        ND
5/21/10      at South Carolina*      5.1   9   2-2     0     3          ND    4/6/10       Jacksonville             2.0    1   0-0    0    2        ND
5/28/10      vs. Vanderbilt*         5.1   5   1-1     3     1      W, 7-3    4/13/10      at Florida State         2.2    2   0-0    0    4        ND
6/4/10       Bethune-Cookman*        7.1   6   3-3     0   10       W, 8-3    4/18/10      at Kentucky*             2.1    8   6-6    1    0     L, 2-2
6/12/10      Miami (Fla.)*           6.2   3   2-2     0     5          ND    4/21/10      at USF                   1.0    1   0-0    0    0        ND
6/21/10      vs. Florida State*      2.2   4   4-4     2     1       L, 8-4   5/2/10       LSU                      1.1    2   1-1    1    0        ND
Totals:                             97.1 102 39-35    21    69       8-4-0    5/9/10       at Alabama               1.0    2   1-1    0    2     L, 2-3
                                                                              5/16/10      Georgia                  2.0    3   1-0    0    2        ND
                                                                              5/18/10      North Florida            1.0    3   1-1    0    0        ND
#13 Tommy Toledo                                                              5/22/10      at South Carolina        3.0    3   1-1    1    0        ND
Junior • RHP • 6-3 • 190                                                      5/26/10      vs. LSU                  1.2    6   1-1    0    1        ND
                                                                              6/21/10      vs. Florida State        0.2    2   1-1    1    0        ND
Season & Career Highs                                                         Totals:                              40.2   60 34-32    8   29     2-3-0
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 7.0 vs. Ole Miss (3/23/08)
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): 2.1 vs. Florida State (3/1)                   2009
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 4.0 vs. South Carolina (5/22/08)           Date         Opponent                  IP   H R-ER     BB   SO    Result
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 2.2 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)                   2/21/09      Louisville               1.0   1   0-0     0    0        ND
Strikeouts (Career): 7 vs. Siena (2/25/10)                                    2/25/09      Eastern Michigan*        3.0   7   5-5     1    4        ND
Strikeouts (2011): 2, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)                         3/4/09       Florida Atlantic*        5.1   1   3-3     2    7        ND
Walks (Career): 4 vs. Auburn (3/16/08)                                        3/15/09      at Arkansas              0.0   0   0-0     1    0        ND
Walks (2011): 3 vs. Florida State (3/1)                                       3/18/09      at UCF*                  5.0   6   1-0     0    4    W, 1-0
                                                                              3/24/09      at UNF*                  5.0   2   0-0     1    3        ND
2011                                                                          3/29/09      Alabama                  4.1   3   2-2     0    5    W, 2-0
Date         Opponent                 IP   H R-ER     BB   SO       Result    4/4/09       at Vanderbilt            2.0   1   1-0     0    0     L, 2-1
2/19/11      USF                     2.1   2   0-0     0    1        SV, 1    4/5/09       at Vanderbilt            0.1   3   3-1     0    0        ND
2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic    1.0   0   0-0     0    2          ND     4/8/09       UCF                      2.1   1   0-0     0    0    W, 3-1
2/25/11      Boston College          0.2   0   0-0     0    1          ND     4/10/09      at Auburn                0.0   0   0-0     1    0        ND
   2011 University of Florida Baseball Pitcher Updates
4/12/09      at Auburn*              6.1    4   1-1     0     6     W, 4-1    #24 Alex Panteliodis
4/18/09      Ole Miss                1.1    0   0-0     0     1        ND
4/19/09      Ole Miss                2.1    1   0-0     0     1        ND     Junior • LHP • 6-2 • 230
4/21/09      vs. FGCU                1.0    0   0-0     0     2        ND
4/25/09      South Carolina*         5.1    6   3-3     0     3        ND     Season & Career Highs
5/2/09       at Georgia*             5.2    5   5-5     2     4     W, 5-1    Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 9.0 vs. Miami (Fla.) (6/11/10)
5/9/09       at LSU*                 4.0    7   3-3     2     1     L, 5-2    Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None
5/15/09      Kentucky*               2.2    6   7-7     2     1     L, 5-3    Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 4.0 vs. Tennessee (3/22/09)
5/21/09      vs. Ole Miss*           5.2    5   2-2     1     3     W, 6-3    Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 2.2 vs. Florida State (3/1)
5/29/09      Bethune-Cookman*        2.1    4   4-4     3     2        ND     Strikeouts (Career): 12 vs. Miami (Fla.) (6/11/10)
Totals:                             65.0   63 40-36    16    47      6-3-0    Strikeouts (2011): 2, 2x, last vs. Florida State (3/1)
                                                                              Walks (Career): 4, 2x, last at Alabama (5/8/10)
                                                                              Walks (2011): 1 vs. Florida State (3/1)
#21 Justin Poovey
                                                                              2011
Junior • RHP • 6-0 • 200                                                      Date         Opponent                  IP   H R-ER     BB   SO     Result
                                                                              2/18/11      USF                      1.0   3   2-2     0    1        ND
Season & Career Highs                                                         2/25/11      Boston College           1.0   0   0-0     0    2        ND
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 4.2 vs. UNF (3/25/09)                       3/1/11       vs. Florida State        2.2   4   2-2     1    2        ND
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None                                          Totals:                               4.2   7   4-4     1    5      0-0-0
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 3.2 at Tennessee (4/10/10)
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): None                                         2010
Strikeouts (Career): 4 vs. Jacksonville (4/6/10)                              Date         Opponent                  IP    H R-ER    BB   SO     Result
Strikeouts (2011): None                                                       2/19/10      USF                      3.1    3   1-1    1    3      W, 1-0
Walks (Career): 3 at Tennessee (4/10/10)                                      2/21/10      USF                      0.1    0   0-0    0    1      W, 2-0
Walks (2011): None                                                            3/5/10       at Miami (Fla.)*         5.2    2   1-1    2    8      W, 3-0
                                                                              3/12/10      Charleston So.*          7.0    5   0-0    1    5      W, 4-0
2010                                                                          3/19/10      Mississippi State*       7.1    4   2-2    1    3      W, 5-0
Date         Opponent             IP        H R-ER    BB    SO      Result    3/26/10      at Ole Miss*             7.1    6   3-3    0    8       L, 5-1
2/20/10      USF                 2.2        2   0-0    1     1         ND     4/2/10       Vanderbilt*              6.1    7   1-1    2    6          ND
2/25/10      Siena               1.0        1   0-0    1     2         ND     4/9/10       at Tennessee*            8.0    6   2-2    0    2      W, 6-1
3/6/10       at Miami (Fla.)     1.0        0   0-0    1     1         ND     4/16/10      at Kentucky*             5.1    8   5-5    1    3          ND
3/10/10      Illinois State      1.0        0   0-0    0     0         ND     4/23/10      Arkansas*                6.0    5   5-5    2    6       L, 6-2
3/13/10      Charleston Southern 2.1        5   1-1    0     2      W, 1-0    4/30/10      LSU*                     5.0    4   0-0    0    2      W, 7-2
3/21/10      Mississippi State   0.0        1   0-0    1     0         ND     5/8/10       at Alabama*              6.0    8   4-4    4    5      W, 8-2
3/24/10      FGCU                1.0        3   0-0    0     0         ND     5/14/10      Georgia*                 5.0    4   3-3    1    1          ND
3/26/10      at Ole Miss         0.2        0   0-0    0     1         ND     5/20/10      at South Carolina*       3.1    7   1-1    2    2          ND
3/30/10      vs. Florida State   0.1        3   1-1    0     1         ND     5/27/10      vs. Arkansas*            6.2    4   3-3    2    5      W, 9-2
4/4/10       Vanderbilt          1.0        5   3-3    0     0         ND     6/5/10       Oregon State*            5.0    5   2-2    2    8     W, 10-2
4/6/10       Jacksonville        2.0        1   0-0    1     4         ND     6/11/10      Miami (Fla.)*            9.0    3   2-2    1   12     W, 11-2
4/10/10      at Tennessee        3.2        9   9-8    3     2         ND     6/19/10      vs. UCLA*                3.1    5   5-4    1    2     L, 11-3
4/21/10      at USF              2.1        2   2-2    2     2         ND     Totals:                             100.0   86 40-39   23   82      11-3-0
4/23/10      Arkansas            1.0        1   1-1    0     0         ND
Totals:                         20.0       33 17-16   10    16       1-0-0    2009
                                                                              Date         Opponent                  IP    H R-ER    BB   SO     Result
2009                                                                          2/21/09      Louisville*              6.0    5   2-2    1    2     W, 1-0
Date         Opponent                 IP    H R-ER    BB    SO      Result    2/28/09      Miami (Fla.)*            5.2    8   2-2    1    1      L, 1-1
2/24/09      Eastern Michigan*       4.0    2   0-0    1     1      W, 1-0    3/6/09       Duquesne*                5.0    8   5-4    1    2     W, 2-1
3/1/09       Miami (Fla.)            1.1    6   4-4    2     0          ND    3/14/09      at Arkansas*             1.1    5   5-5    2    0      L, 2-2
3/7/09       Duquesne                2.1    3   1-1    1     3          ND    3/17/09      Florida State*           4.1    5   0-0    0    5         ND
3/13/09      at Arkansas             2.1    7   4-4    2     2          ND    3/22/09      Tennessee                4.0    2   0-0    1    2         ND
3/25/09      UNF                     4.2    3   0-0    1     3      W, 2-0    3/25/09      UNF                      0.1    1   0-0    0    0         ND
4/8/09       UCF*                    2.2    5   3-3    0     0          ND    3/28/09      Alabama                  3.1    5   1-1    1    3         ND
4/15/09      Stetson                 1.0    2   0-0    2     0          ND    3/31/09      vs. Florida State        1.1    1   1-1    0    1      L, 2-3
5/3/09       at Georgia              0.0    0   0-0    1     0          ND    4/5/09       at Vanderbilt            0.1    2   1-0    0    0         ND
5/6/09       FGCU*                   4.0    8   7-7    2     2       L, 2-1   4/8/09       UCF                      1.2    1   0-0    0    0         ND
5/8/09       at LSU                  2.0    0   0-0    0     3          ND    4/10/09      at Auburn                0.2    1   1-1    0    2      L, 2-4
5/12/09      Jacksonville            2.0    2   1-1    0     2          ND    4/12/09      at Auburn                2.2    3   0-0    0    3      SV, 1
5/14/09      Kentucky                1.2    1   0-0    0     0          ND    4/15/09      Stetson                  1.2    1   0-0    1    1     W, 3-4
5/15/09      Kentucky                3.0    4   0-0    1     2          ND    4/19/09      Ole Miss*                4.0    4   3-3    4    2      L, 3-5
5/20/09      vs. Arkansas            1.0    2   1-1    0     0          ND    4/26/09      South Carolina*          5.1    9   4-1    2    2     W, 4-5
6/6/09       Southern Miss           1.0    1   0-0    0     0          ND    5/3/09       at Georgia*              4.1    8   4-4    0    4         ND
Totals:                             33.0   46 21-21   13    18       2-1-0    5/10/09      at LSU                   1.0    1   0-0    0    1         ND
                                                                              5/12/09      Jacksonville*            4.0    3   2-2    0    6     W, 5-5
#22 Karsten Whitson                                                           5/16/09      Kentucky                 1.1    1   0-0    0    0     W, 6-5
                                                                              5/20/09      vs. Arkansas             0.2    1   0-0    1    0         ND
Freshman • RHP • 6-4 • 215                                                    5/31/09      Miami (Fla.)*            4.2    8   5-5    1    6         ND
                                                                              Totals:                              63.2   82 37-31   16   43      6-5-1
Season & Career Highs
Innings Pitched-Starter: 5.1 vs. Boston College (2/27)
Innings Pitched-Reliever: None                                                #26 Nick Maronde
Strikeouts: 9 vs. USF (2/20)
Walks: 1, 3x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
                                                                              Junior • LHP • 6-3 • 200
                                                                              Season & Career Highs
2011                                                                          Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 6.1 vs. Louisville (2/22/09)
Date         Opponent                 IP    H R-ER    BB    SO      Result    Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None
2/20/11      USF*                    5.0    1   0-0    1     9      W, 1-0    Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 3.2 at Auburn (4/10/09)
2/27/11      Boston College*         5.1    5   1-1    1     5      W, 2-0    Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 1.1 vs. Florida State (3/1)
3/6/11       Miami (Fla.)*           5.0    7   2-2    1     4         ND     Strikeouts (Career): 8 at LSU (5/10/09)
Totals:                             15.1   13   3-3    3    18       2-0-0    Strikeouts (2011): 2, 2x, last vs. Florida State (3/1)
                                                                              Walks (Career): 4, 2x, last vs. Charleston Southern (3/14/10)
#23 Jonathon Crawford                                                         Walks (2011): 1 vs. USF (2/19)
Freshman • RHP • 6-1 • 200                                                    2011
                                                                              Date         Opponent                  IP   H R-ER     BB   SO     Result
Season & Career Highs                                                         2/19/11      USF                      0.2   2   0-0     1    1        ND
Innings Pitched-Starter: None                                                 2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic     1.0   2   1-1     0    0        ND
Innings Pitched-Reliever: 1.0, 3x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)             2/25/11      Boston College           1.0   2   1-1     0    0        ND
Strikeouts: 2 vs. USF (2/18)                                                  2/27/11      Boston College           0.2   0   0-0     0    2        ND
Walks: 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)                                            3/1/11       vs. Florida State        1.1   0   0-0     0    2        ND
                                                                              Totals:                               4.2   6   2-2     1    5      0-0-0
2011
Date         Opponent                 IP   H R-ER     BB    SO      Result    2010
2/18/11      USF                     1.0   2   0-0     0     2         ND     Date         Opponent                  IP   H R-ER     BB   SO     Result
2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic    1.0   1   1-1     0     0         ND     2/20/10      USF                      0.1   2   3-3     1    0        ND
3/4/11       Miami (Fla.)            1.0   1   0-0     1     0         ND     2/24/10      UCF                      2.0   7   3-3     0    3        ND
Totals:                              3.0   4   1-1     1     2       0-0-0    3/2/10       vs. Florida State        1.0   0   0-0     0    2        ND
    2011 University of Florida Baseball Pitcher Updates
3/5/10       at Miami (Fla.)       3.1    0   0-0      2      7        SV, 1   Totals                              2.0     3    0-0     1     3       0-0-0
3/9/10       Illinois State        2.0    0   0-0      0      4          ND
3/14/10      Charleston So.        1.1    1   2-2      4      1          ND    2010
3/16/10      Florida State         2.0    0   0-0      3      3       W, 1-0   Date         Opponent                IP    H R-ER      BB    SO     Result
3/20/10      Mississippi State     1.2    2   1-1      0      2       W, 2-0   4/21/10      at USF                 0.1    0   0-0      0     2        ND
3/24/10      FGCU                  1.0    0   0-0      0      0          ND    4/23/10      Arkansas               1.0    1   0-0      0     0        ND
3/27/10      at Ole Miss           1.0    2   3-2      2      3          ND    5/8/10       at Alabama             1.2    4   3-3      0     1        ND
3/30/10      vs. Florida State     1.1    1   2-0      1      1          ND    5/18/10      North Florida          3.0    3   1-1      0     2        ND
4/3/10       Vanderbilt            2.0    0   0-0      2      2          ND    5/22/10      at South Carolina      1.1    6   5-5      0     0        ND
4/13/10      at Florida State      2.1    2   0-0      2      0          ND    5/26/10      vs. LSU                1.0    2   1-1      0     0        ND
4/16/10      at Kentucky           0.1    1   1-1      1      0          ND    6/5/10       Oregon State           1.0    2   0-0      0     1        ND
4/17/10      at Kentucky           1.0    1   0-0      0      2          ND    6/19/10      vs. UCLA               2.0    5   2-2      0     2        ND
4/21/10      at USF                0.0    0   4-4      3      0          ND    Totals:                            11.1   23 12-12      0     8      0-0-0
4/30/10      LSU                   1.1    1   1-0      2      1          ND
5/9/10       at Alabama            0.1    0   2-0      1      1          ND
5/16/10      Georgia               0.0    0   1-0      0      0          ND    #32 Steven Rodriguez
5/18/10      North Florida         1.0    1   0-0      0      2          ND    Sophomore • LHP • 6-2 • 225
5/22/10      at South Carolina     0.0    1   2-2      0      0          ND
5/29/20      vs. Alabama           1.0    0   0-0      0      3          ND    Season & Career Highs
Totals:                           26.1   22 25-18     24     37        2-0-1   Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 2.0 vs. Florida Atlantic (5/12/10)
                                                                               Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None
2009                                                                           Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 5.0 at Kentucky (4/18/10)
Date         Opponent               IP    H R-ER     BB     SO    Result       Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 3.0 vs. Boston College (2/24)
2/22/09      Louisville*           6.1    5   2-0     0      2        ND       Strikeouts (Career): 5 at Kentucky (4/18/10)
3/1/09       Miami (Fla.)*         3.2    6   7-4     4      2     L, 0-1      Strikeouts (2011): 3 vs. Boston College (2/24)
3/7/09       Duquesne*             6.0    5   2-0     0      3    W, 1-1       Walks (Career): 2, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6/11)
3/15/09      at Arkansas*          5.0    2   2-1     1      5        ND       Walks (2011): 2 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/6)
3/21/09      Tennessee*            3.0    2   0-0     2      4        ND
3/28/09      Alabama*              4.2    7   7-7     1      7        ND       2011
4/4/09       at Vanderbilt*        5.1    4   3-1     1      1        ND       Date         Opponent                IP    H R-ER      BB    SO     Result
4/10/09      at Auburn             3.2    7   5-5     1      5        ND       2/20/11      USF                    1.1    1   0-0      0     1        ND
4/15/09      Stetson               1.0    0   0-0     0      1        ND       2/24/11      Boston College         3.0    1   0-0      0     3      SV, 1
4/19/09      Ole Miss              1.0    2   1-1     1      1        ND       3/1/11       vs. Florida State      0.2    1   0-0      0     0        ND
4/22/09      USF                   2.0    2   1-1     0      2    W, 2-1       3/6/11       Miami (Fla.)           0.1    0   1-1      2     1        ND
4/26/09      South Carolina        2.0    3   0-0     0      3        ND       Totals:                             5.1    3   1-1      2     5      0-0-1
5/1/09       at Georgia            0.1    0   0-0     0      0        ND
5/2/09       at Georgia            1.0    0   0-0     1      1        ND       2010
5/3/09       at Georgia            0.0    0   0-0     0      0        ND       Date         Opponent               IP     H R-ER      BB    SO     Result
5/10/09      at LSU*               5.0    3   2-2     2      8    W, 3-1       2/21/10      USF                   1.0     1   0-0      0     2        ND
5/16/09      Kentucky*             4.1    6   5-5     1      5        ND       2/25/10      Siena                 1.0     1   0-0      0     0        ND
5/22/09      vs. Arkansas*         2.1    1   2-0     1      3        ND       3/2/10       vs. Florida State     0.2     0   0-0      0     1        ND
5/30/09      Miami (Fla.)          0.2    0   0-0     0      2        ND       3/6/10       at Miami (Fla.)       0.1     1   1-1      1     0        ND
5/31/09      Miami (Fla.)          1.0    1   0-0     1      1        ND       3/10/10      Illinois State        1.1     1   0-0      0     2        ND
6/7/09       Southern Miss*        3.0    3   3-3     1      3        ND       3/14/10      Charleston So.        4.0     4   0-0      0     2        ND
Totals:                           51.1   62 42-30    18     59     3-1-0       3/21/10      Mississippi State     0.0     0   0-0      1     0        ND
                                                                               3/24/10      FGCU                  2.0     1   0-0      0     2        ND
#27 Michael Heller                                                             4/18/10      at Kentucky           5.0     4   0-0      2     5        ND
                                                                               5/2/10       LSU                   1.1     2   2-2      0     1        ND
Sophomore • RHP • 6-2 • 195                                                    5/7/10       at Alabama            0.0     1   0-0      0     0        ND
                                                                               5/9/10       at Alabama            1.0     2   1-1      0     0        ND
Season & Career Highs                                                          5/12/10      Florida Atlantic*     2.0     4   3-2      0     2        ND
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): None                                         5/15/10      Georgia               1.2     1   0-0      0     3        ND
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None                                           5/20/10      at South Carolina     1.0     0   0-0      0     1        ND
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 1.1 vs. Illinois State (3/10/10)            5/21/10      at South Carolina     1.1     1   0-0      0     3     W, 1-0
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): None                                          5/26/10      vs. LSU               0.2     0   0-0      0     0        ND
Strikeouts (Career): 1 vs. Siena (2/25)                                        5/28/10      vs. Vanderbilt        2.0     1   0-0      0     0      SV, 1
Strikeouts (2011): None                                                        6/12/10      Miami (Fla.)          1.0     2   0-0      0     0     W, 2-0
Walks (Career): 1 vs. North Florida (5/18)                                     6/19/10      vs. UCLA              0.2     1   2-2      1     2        ND
Walks (2011): None                                                             Totals:                           28.0    28   9-8      5    26      2-0-1
2010
Date         Opponent               IP    H R-ER     BB     SO    Result       #35 Brian Johnson
2/20/10      USF                   1.0    3   1-1     0      0       ND
2/25/10      Siena                 1.0    0   0-0     0      1       ND        Sophomore • LHP • 6-3 • 225
3/10/10      Illinois State        1.1    0   0-0     0      0       ND
5/7/10       at Alabama            0.0    1   2-0     0      0       ND        Season & Career Highs
5/18/10      North Florida         1.0    1   1-1     1      0       ND        Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 7.0, 2x, last vs. Florida Atlantic (6/6/10)
Totals:                            4.1    5   4-2     1      1     0-0-0       Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): 6.0, 2x, last vs. Boston College (2/24)
                                                                               Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 3.1 vs. Florida State (6/21/10)
                                                                               Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): None
#28 Keenan Kish                                                                Strikeouts (Career): 9, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)
Freshman • RHP • 6-3 • 200                                                     Strikeouts (2011): 9 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
                                                                               Walks (Career): 3 at Tennessee (4/10/10)
Season & Career Highs                                                          Walks (2011): 1, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Innings Pitched-Starter: None
Innings Pitched-Reliever: None                                                 2011
Strikeouts: None                                                               Date         Opponent               IP     H R-ER      BB    SO     Result
Walks: None                                                                    2/18/11      USF*                  6.0     2   0-0      0     6     W, 1-0
                                                                               2/24/11      Boston College*       6.0     1   0-0      1     5     W, 2-0
                                                                               3/5/11       Miami (Fla.)*         5.0     3   0-0      1     9     W, 3-0
#29 Matt Campbell                                                              Totals:                           17.0     6   0-0      2    20      3-0-0
Senior • RHP • 6-2 • 200                                                       2010
                                                                               Date         Opponent                IP    H R-ER      BB    SO     Result
Season & Career Highs                                                          2/20/10      USF*                   5.2    3   0-0      0     3     W, 1-0
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): None                                         3/2/10       vs. Florida State      0.2    2   2-2      1     1         ND
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None                                           3/6/10       at Miami (Fla.)*       4.2    6   5-2      0     5      L, 1-1
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 3.0 vs. North Florida (5/18/10)             3/13/10      Charleston So.*        3.2    9   5-5      0     3         ND
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 1.0, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)          3/20/10      Mississippi State*     6.1    5   1-1      2     4         ND
Strikeouts (Career): 2, 4x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)                     3/28/10      at Ole Miss*           5.1    4   1-0      1     3     W, 2-1
Strikeouts (2011): 2 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)                                    4/3/10       Vanderbilt*            5.2    7   1-1      1     1     W, 3-1
Walks (Career): 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4/11)                                    4/10/10      at Tennessee*          4.1    6   3-3      3     2      L, 3-2
Walks (2011): 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)                                         4/25/10      Arkansas*              7.0    3   0-0      1     9         ND
2011                                                                           5/2/10       LSU*                   6.1    9   3-2      0     4     W, 4-2
Date         Opponent                IP     H R-ER BB SO Result                5/9/10       at Alabama*            3.1    5   6-6      1     3         ND
2/22/11      vs. Florida Atlantic 1.0       1    0-0     0    1       ND       5/16/10      Georgia*               5.2    6   1-1      1     3     W, 5-2
3/4/11       Miami (Fla.)           1.0     2    0-0     1    2       ND       5/22/10      at South Carolina*     1.0    2   1-1      0     1      L, 5-3
    2011 University of Florida Baseball Pitcher Updates
5/26/10      vs. LSU*              3.2     9   7-7      3     2    L, 5-4
6/6/10       Florida Atlantic*     7.0     6   0-0      0     4    W, 6-4
6/21/10      vs. Florida State     3.1     6   2-2      0     3       ND
Totals:                           73.2    88 38-33     14    51     6-4-0

#37 Greg Larson
Junior • RHP • 6-8 • 225
Season & Career Highs
Innings Pitched-Starter (Career): 4.1 at Florida State (4/14/09)
Innings Pitched-Starter (2011): None
Innings Pitched-Reliever (Career): 4.0 vs. Georgia (5/14/10)
Innings Pitched-Reliever (2011): 2.0, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Strikeouts (Career): 3, 4x, last vs. Oregon State (6/5/10)
Strikeouts (2011): 2, 2x, last vs. Miami (Fla.) (3/4)
Walks (Career): 4 at Florida State (4/14/09)
Walks (2011): None
2011
Date         Opponent               IP     H R-ER     BB    SO     Result
2/20/11      USF                   1.2     1   0-0     0     2        ND
2/25/11      Boston College        0.1     1   1-1     0     1        ND
2/27/11      Boston College        2.0     3   0-0     0     1        ND
3/1/11       vs. Florida State     0.1     0   0-0     0     0        ND
3/4/11       Miami (Fla.)          2.0     0   0-0     0     2        ND
Totals:                            6.1     5   1-1     0     6      0-0-0
2010
Date         Opponent               IP     H R-ER     BB    SO     Result
2/19/10      USF                   2.1     1   0-0     0     2      SV, 1
2/21/10      USF                   0.0     3   2-2     0     0         ND
2/24/10      UCF                   0.1     3   3-3     0     1         ND
3/2/10       vs. Florida State     2.0     0   0-0     0     2         ND
3/6/10       at Miami (Fla.)       0.1     3   3-3     0     1         ND
3/13/10      Charleston So.        1.0     3   4-4     1     2         ND
3/19/10      Mississippi State     1.2     1   0-0     0     2         ND
3/24/10      FGCU                  1.2     2   1-1     0     0         ND
4/6/10       Jacksonville*         3.0     3   2-0     0     2     W, 1-0
4/13/10      at Florida State*     2.0     7   3-3     0     2      L, 1-1
4/17/10      at Kentucky           3.2     0   0-0     2     3     W, 2-1
4/21/10      at USF                0.1     0   0-0     0     0         ND
4/24/10      Arkansas              3.1     3   0-0     0     1      SV, 2
4/30/10      LSU                   0.0     5   4-4     0     0         ND
5/7/10       at Alabama            1.0     3   1-1     0     1         ND
5/9/10       at Alabama            1.1     0   0-0     0     1         ND
5/12/10      Florida Atlantic      1.0     0   0-0     0     2         ND
5/14/10      Georgia               4.0     2   0-0     0     3     W, 3-1
5/21/10      at South Carolina     0.2     1   0-0     0     0         ND
5/22/10      at South Carolina     1.1     3   1-1     0     0         ND
5/26/10      vs. LSU               0.2     0   0-0     1     0         ND
5/28/10      vs. Vanderbilt        1.2     3   1-1     0     1         ND
6/5/10       Oregon State          2.0     0   0-0     0     3         ND
6/12/10      Miami (Fla.)          0.2     0   0-0     0     1      SV, 3
6/21/10      vs. Florida State     0.1     0   0-0     0     1         ND
Totals:                           36.1    46 25-23     4    31      3-1-3
2009
Date         Opponent               IP     H R-ER     BB    SO     Result
2/24/09      Eastern Michigan      1.0     1   0-0     0     1         ND
2/25/09      Eastern Michigan      1.0     1   0-0     0     0         ND
2/27/09      Miami (Fla.)          1.2     1   1-1     2     1         ND
3/6/09       Duquesne              2.0     2   0-0     0     1         ND
3/13/09      at Arkansas           2.1     3   1-1     1     3         ND
3/15/09      at Arkansas           0.2     0   0-0     0     1         ND
3/17/09      Florida State         1.0     4   0-0     0     0         ND
3/22/09      Tennessee             1.1     3   0-0     0     1     W, 1-0
3/24/09      at UNF                0.2     0   1-0     0     0      L, 1-1
3/27/09      Alabama               0.0     0   0-0     1     0         ND
3/28/09      Alabama               1.0     0   0-0     0     0     W, 2-1
3/31/09      vs. Florida State     1.1     1   0-0     3     1         ND
4/4/09       at Vanderbilt         0.2     1   0-0     0     0         ND
4/5/09       at Vanderbilt         0.1     0   1-0     1     0         ND
4/11/09      at Auburn             1.0     0   0-0     0     1         ND
4/14/09      at Florida State*     4.1     1   0-0     4     1     W, 3-1
4/19/09      Ole Miss              0.2     1   1-1     1     0         ND
4/22/09      USF                   2.0     0   0-0     0     1         ND
4/26/09      South Carolina        1.0     1   1-0     1     0         ND
5/1/09       at Georgia            0.2     1   1-1     0     1         ND
5/2/09       at Georgia            0.0     1   0-0     0     0         ND
5/3/09       at Georgia            0.2     1   1-0     1     1         ND
5/8/09       at LSU                0.2     1   1-1     0     0         ND
5/12/09      Jacksonville          1.0     1   1-1     1     0         ND
5/20/09      vs. Arkansas          1.0     0   1-0     1     0         ND
5/22/09      vs. Arkansas          1.0     3   4-4     0     0      L, 3-2
5/29/09      Bethune-Cookman       0.2     3   2-2     0     0         ND
6/6/09       Southern Miss         1.1     1   0-0     0     1         ND
6/7/09       Southern Miss         0.1     1   0-0     1     1         ND
Totals:                           31.1    33 17-12    18    16      3-2-0
                                       2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                   Game Results for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                                   (All games)


   Date             Opponent                      Score   Inns   Overall   SEC     Pitcher of record    Attend    Time
   Feb 18, 2011     USF                       W   7-2      9     1-0-0     0-0-0   Johnson (W 1-0)       5 157    2:10
   Feb 19, 2011     USF                       W   4-1      9     2-0-0     0-0-0   Randall (W 1-0)       49 9 4   2:16
   Feb 20, 2011     USF                       W   5-0      9     3-0-0     0-0-0   Whitson (W 1-0)       3 852    2:31
  ! Feb 22, 2011    vs Florida Atlantic       W   13-2     9     4-0-0     0-0-0   DeSclafani (W 1-0)    3043     2:50
   Feb 24, 2011     BOSTON COLLEGE            W   4-0      9     5-0-0     0-0-0   Johnson (W 2-0)       2 553    2:01
   Feb 25, 2011     BOSTON COLLEGE            W   9-3      9     6-0-0     0-0-0   Gibson (W 1-0)        42 2 2   3:06
   Feb 27, 2011     BOSTON COLLEGE            W   7-2      9     7-0-0     0-0-0   Whitson (W 2-0)       4 213    2:25
 % Mar 01, 2011     vs #5 Florida State       L   3-5      9     7-1-0     0-0-0   Toledo (L 0-1)        78 6 9   2:51
   Mar 04, 2011     #24 MIAMI (FLA.)          W   8-3      9     8-1-0     0-0-0   Johnson (W 3-0)       4 587    2:57
   Mar 05, 2011     #24 MIAMI (FLA.)          W   1-0      9     9-1-0     0-0-0   DeSclafani (W 2-0)    4851     2:10
   Mar 06, 2011     #24 MIAMI (FLA.)          W   5-3      9     10-1-0    0-0-0   Toledo (W 1-1)        4 114    2:38


* - SEC game
! - Roger Dean Stadium (Jupiter, Fla.)
% - George Steinbrenner Field (Tampa, Fla.)
() extra inning game
                                          2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                   Overall Statistics for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                           (All games Sorted by Batting avg)


                                         Record: 10-1         Home: 9-0           Away: 0-0     Neutral: 1-1        SEC: 0-0


Player                  avg gp-gs          ab       r    h    2b 3b hr          rbi    tb slg%      bb hp      so gdp     ob% sf sh sb-att             po    a           e fld%
8 Daniel Pigott         .514 11-10         35   4 18           5    0       0 11 23          .657    1    0    2     2    .528   0    2       2-2      15        0       0 1.000
25 Preston Tucker       .435 11-11         46   7 20           5    0       3 12 34          .739    3    0    5     2    .469   0    0       1-1      13        0       0 1.000
2 Josh Adams            .353 11-11         34   7 12           1    1       0     5 15       .441    5    0    4     3    .415   2    3       0-2      23    27          0 1.000
35 Brian Johnson        .342 11-11         38   8 13           4    1       0     7 19       .500    4    0    4     1    .405   0    0       1-1      16        4       0 1.000
4 Nolan Fontana         .282 11-11         39 11 11            1    1       0     3 14       .359    7    2    7     0    .408   1    1       1-2      13    41          2 .964
10 Austin Maddox        .256 11-11         43   3 11           0    0       1     8 14       .326    2    1    3     0    .292   2    0       0-0      71        9       2 .976
3 Mike Zunino           .250 11-10         36 11         9     2    0       2     5 17       .472    5    0    6     0    .341   0    0       0-0      90        8       0 1.000
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14 Kamm Washington      .300     10-6      20   3        6     1    0       0     4    7     .350    4    0    5     0    .417   0    0       1-1      15        0       0 1.000
15 Ben McMahan          .294     8-5       17   4        5     0    0       0     1    5     .294    2    0    1     0    .368   0    0       1-2      20        1       1 .955
1 Bryson Smith          .278     9-6       18   3        5     1    0       0     3    6     .333    4    0    2     0    .409   0    1       1-2       7        1       0 1.000
5 Zack Powers           .250     10-6      20   3        5     4    0       0     1    9     .450    0    0    5     1    .250   0    1       0-0       4    16          1 .952
20 Cody Dent            .167     4-0        6   0        1     0    0       0     1    1     .167    1    0    1     1    .286   0    0       0-0       1        1       0 1.000
41 Jeff Moyer           .125     5-1        8   0        1     1    0       0     0    2     .250    0    0    0     0    .125   0    0       0-0       0        1       0 1.000
30 Vickash Ramjit       .000     2-0        1   0        0     0    0       0     0    0     .000    0    0    0     0    .000   0    0       0-0       2        0       0 1.000
18 Tyler Thompson       .000     2-0        0   0        0     0    0       0     0    0     .000    1    0    0     0 1.000     0    0       0-0       2        0       0 1.000
31 Paul Wilson          .000     3-0        0   2        0     0    0       0     0    0     .000    0    1    0     0 1.000     0    0       0-0       0        0       0 .000
Totals                  .324     11       361   66 117         25   3       6    61 166      .460   39    4    45   10    .391    5   8       8-13     297 123           6 .986
Opponents               .211     11       361   21       76    15   3       3    19 106      .294   16    4 101      9    .252    0   3       3-5      270 130           13 .969


LOB - Team (81), Opp (66). DPs turned - Team (10), Opp (12). IBB - Team (1), P. Tucker 1. Picked off - D. Pigott 1, Zunino 1,
Adams 1, Fontana 1.


                                             (All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

Player                    era     w-l     app gs        cg    sho   sv           ip     h       r    er       bb    so    2b     3b   hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha
35 Brian Johnson         0.00     3-0       3   3       0     0/1   0       17.0        6      0     0        2     20     2     0    0        .107     0    0       0    0    0
16 Anthony DeSclafani    0.00     2-0       5   1       0     0/1   1           9.2     4      0     0        1     10     2     0    0        .118     0    1       0    0    0
11 Hudson Randall        1.00     1-0       3   3       0     0/1   0       18.0       12      2     2        0     15     3     1    0        .188     0    1       0    0    1
37 Greg Larson           1.42     0-0       5   0       0     0/1   0           6.1     5      1     1        0      6     0     0    0        .217     0    0       0    0    0
22 Karsten Whitson       1.76     2-0       3   3       0     0/1   0       15.1       13      3     3        3     18     2     0    0        .236     3    0       0    0    2
13 Tommy Toledo          3.00     1-1       5   1       0     0/0   1           9.0     4      3     3        3      7     1     0    0        .129     1    0       0    0    0
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29 Matt Campbell         0.00     0-0       2   0       0     0/0   0           2.0     3      0     0        1      3     0     0    0        .375     0    0       0    0    0
32 Steven Rodriguez      1.69     0-0       4   0       0     0/2   1           5.1     3      1     1        2      5     1     0    0        .167     1    1       0    0    0
23 Jonathon Crawford     3.00     0-0       3   0       0     0/0   0           3.0     4      1     1        1      2     0     0    1        .308     0    0       0    0    0
26 Nick Maronde          3.86     0-0       5   0       0     0/0   0           4.2     6      2     2        1      5     1     0    1        .316     0    0       0    0    0
10 Austin Maddox         4.50     0-0       2   0       0     0/0   0           2.0     2      1     1        0      3     1     0    0        .250     0    1       0    0    0
24 Alex Panteliodis      7.71     0-0       3   0       0     0/0   0           4.2     7      4     4        1      5     1     1    1        .350     0    0       0    0    0
6 Daniel Gibson         13.50     1-0       3   0       0     0/1   0           2.0     7      3     3        1      2     1     1    0        .583     1    0       0    0    0
Totals                    1.91    10-1      11 11        0    3/3       3       99.0    76     21    21       16    101    15     3       3     .211     6   4       0     0   3

Opponents                 5.60    1-10      11 11        0    0/0       1       90.0   117     66    56       39     45    25     3       6     .324    10   4       2     5   8



PB - Team (0), Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Zunino (3-5), Larson (0-1), Whitson (0-1), Randall (1-1),
Toledo (1-1), Johnson (1-1).
                                                                               2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                                                Individual Season/Career Summary for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                                                                (All games Sorted by Batting avg)


                                                                     Record: 10-1 Home: 9-0 Away: 0-0 Neutral: 1-1 SEC: 0-0

                                                                    SEASON                                                                                            CAREER
Player                   Avg G-GS        AB       R        H        2B 3B HR RBI                BB Hbp      SO Sb-Att     Avg     G-GS     AB      R          H        2B 3B     HR RBI     BB Hbp    SO    Sb-Att
 8 Daniel Pigott         .514 11-10      35       4       18         5 0 0 11                    1 0         2 2-2        .309    116-83   317    57         98        21 2       4 54       24 10     48   10-17
25 Preston Tucker        .435 11-11      46       7       20         5 0 3 12                    3 0         5 1-1        .355   137-131   533   105        189        35 5      29 146      67 10     56   14-16
 2 Josh Adams            .353 11-11      34       7       12         1 1 0     5                 5 0         4 0-2        .301   193-192   715   150        215        41 3      25 150     110 8     154   22-39
35 Brian Johnson         .342 11-11      38       8       13         4 1 0     7                 4 0         4 1-1        .385     38-38   122    21         47         9 2       4 28       13 1      19     1-1
 4 Nolan Fontana         .282 11-11      39      11       11         1 1 0     3                 7 2         7 1-2        .286     74-74   255    67         73        16 3       3 26       60 8      36   12-18
10 Austin Maddox         .256 11-11      43       3       11         0 0 1     8                 2 1         3 0-0        .322     74-74   307    51         99        16 0      18 80        9 9      45     0-1
 3 Mike Zunino           .250 11-10      36      11        9         2 0 2     5                 5 0         6 0-0        .264     66-62   212    42         56         9 1      11 46       14 5      44    8-11
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14 Kamm Washington       .300     10-6    20      3         6        1       0     0        4     4    0      5 1-1       .306     37-24    85     18       26         4     0    1   10    13   3    21 9-10
15 Ben McMahan           .294      8-5    17      4         5        0       0     0        1     2    0      1 1-2       .266     60-26   124     21       33         3     0    3   14     8   0    31 5-6
 1 Bryson Smith          .278      9-6    18      3         5        1       0     0        3     4    0      2 1-2       .258     51-37   124     20       32         3     0    3   25    17   1    24 8-11
 5 Zack Powers           .250     10-6    20      3         5        4       0     0        1     0    0      5 0-0       .250      10-6    20      3        5         4     0    0    1     0   0     5 0-0
20 Cody Dent             .167      4-0     6      0         1        0       0     0        1     1    0      1 0-0       .222      32-7    36      7        8         0     0    0    3     6   1    12 2-2
41 Jeff Moyer            .125      5-1     8      0         1        1       0     0        0     0    0      0 0-0       .125       5-1     8      0        1         1     0    0    0     0   0     0 0-0
30 Vickash Ramjit        .000      2-0     1      0         0        0       0     0        0     0    0      0 0-0       .000       2-0     1      0        0         0     0    0    0     0   0     0 0-0
18 Tyler Thompson        .000      2-0     0      0         0        0       0     0        0     1    0      0 0-0       .280     98-49   214     38       60         5     4    7   38    16   9    82 6-11
31 Paul Wilson           .000      3-0     0      2         0        0       0     0        0     0    1      0 0-0       .000       3-0     0      2        0         0     0    0    0     0   1     0 0-0
Totals                   .324    11-11   361     66       117       25       3     6       61    39    4     45 8-13
Opponents                .211    11-11   361     21        76       15       3     3       19    16    4    101 3-5

                                                                                        (All games Sorted by Earned run avg)
                                                                    SEASON                                                                                            CAREER
Player                  ERA     W-L App GS CG Sho                    Sv     IP              H     R   ER     BB    SO    ERA     W-L App GS CG Sho                      Sv    IP        H    R   ER    BB      SO
35 Brian Johnson        0.00    3-0   3 3 0     0                     0 17.0                6     0    0      2    20    3.28    9-4  19 17 0    0                       0 90.2        94   38   33    16      71
16 Anthony DeSclafani   0.00    2-0   5 1 0     0                     1    9.2              4     0    0      1    10    5.31    10-6 45 18 0    0                       1 115.1      127   74   68    25      86
11 Hudson Randall       1.00    1-0   3 3 0     0                     0 18.0               12     2    2      0     15   2.89    9-4  23 20 0    0                       0 115.1      114   41   37    21      84
37 Greg Larson          1.42    0-0   5 0 0     0                     0    6.1              5     1    1      0      6   4.38    6-3  59 3 0     0                       3 74.0        84   43   36    22      53
22 Karsten Whitson      1.76    2-0   3 3 0     0                     0 15.1               13     3    3      3     18   1.76    2-0   3 3 0     0                       0 15.1        13    3    3     3      18
13 Tommy Toledo         3.00    1-1   5 1 0     0                     1    9.0              4     3    3      3      7   4.26    8-7  31 18 0    0                       1 95.0        96   55   45    43      64
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29 Matt Campbell         0.00    0-0      2 0         0         0        0        2.0      3      0     0      1     3 8.10      0-0       10 0         0         0        0 13.1      26   12   12      1     11
32 Steven Rodriguez      1.69   0-0       4 0         0         0        1        5.1      3      1     1      2     5 2.43      2-0       24 1         0         0        2 33.1      31   10    9      7     31
23 Jonathon Crawford     3.00    0-0      3 0         0         0        0        3.0      4      1     1      1     2 3.00      0-0        3 0         0         0        0   3.0      4    1    1      1      2
26 Nick Maronde          3.86    0-0      5 0         0         0        0        4.2      6      2     2      1     5 4.87      5-1       48 11        0         0        1 92.1      90   69   50     43    101
10 Austin Maddox         4.50    0-0      2 0         0         0        0        2.0      2      1     1      0     3 4.50      0-0        2 0         0         0        0   2.0      2    1    1      0      3
24 Alex Panteliodis      7.71   0-0       3 0         0         0        0        4.2      7      4     4      1     5 3.96      17-8      43 26        1         0        1 168.1    175   81   74     40    130
 6 Daniel Gibson        13.50    1-0      3 0         0         0        0        2.0      7      3     3      1     2 13.50     1-0        3 0         0         0        0   2.0      7    3    3      1      2
Totals                   1.91   10-1     11 11        0         3        3       99.0     76     21    21     16   101
Opponents                5.60   1-10     11 11        0         0        1       90.0    117     66    56     39    45
                                      2011 University of Florida Baseball
                               Team Game-by-Game for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                             Batting (All games)

Date     Opponent                  ab         r        h        rbi        2b        3b        hr        bb        ibb        sb        cs    hbp     sac          sf     gdp          k   po     a        e      avg
Feb 18   USF                       34         7 13               7          3        0         1          3         0         1         0         0       1        1           0       3 27 13             0     .382
Feb 19   USF                       31         4 10               3          1        0         0          1         0         2         1         0       1        0           2       6 27 11             0     .354
Feb 20   USF                       33         5 10               5          3        0         1          5         1         2         1         2       0        1           0       2 27 10             1     .337
Feb 22   vs Florida Atlantic       44        13 18              11          5        0         0          3         0         0         0         1       1        2           0       4 27 13             0     .359
Feb 24   BOSTON COLLEGE            30         4   8              4          2        1         0          2         0         1         0         0       1        0           0       5 27 10             0     .343
Feb 25   BOSTON COLLEGE            34         9 14               9          1        0         1          8         0         0         2         0       1        0           1       2 27 11             1     .354
Feb 27   BOSTON COLLEGE            30         7 10               7          1        2         1          3         0         1         0         0       1        1           2       2 27 12             0     .352
Mar 01   vs Florida State          32         3   7              3          1        0         0          4         0         0         0         0       0        0           1       7 27 12             2     .336
Mar 04   MIAMI (FLA.)              36         8 12               7          1        0         1          5         0         0         0         0       0        0           1       8 27    5           2     .336
Mar 05   MIAMI (FLA.)              25         1   6              1          2        0         0          2         0         0         0         1       2        0           3       3 27 14             0     .328
Mar 06   MIAMI (FLA.)              32         5   9              4          5        0         1          3         0         1         1         0       0        0           0       3 27 12             0     .324
Totals                            361        66 117             61         25        3         6         39         1         8         5         4       8        5          10      45 297 123           6     .324

                                                          2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                                   Team Game-by-Game for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                                                 Pitching (All games)

Date     Opponent                       ip         h        r         er        bb        so        2b        3b         hr        wp        bk   hbp         dp        ibb        score    w-l       sv        era
Feb 18   USF                         9.0           7        2          2         0 10                1        0          1          0        0        0        2         0          7-2    1-0        0        2.00
Feb 19   USF                         9.0          11        1          1         1   8               2        1          0          0        0        0        0         0          4-1    2-0        1        1.50
Feb 20   USF                         9.0           4        0          0         1 13                0        0          0          0        0        0        1         0          5-0    3-0        1        1.00
Feb 22   vs Florida Atlantic         9.0           7        2          2         0   8               2        0          2          0        0        1        2         0         13-2    4-0        1        1.25
Feb 24   BOSTON COLLEGE              9.0           2        0          0         1   8               1        0          0          0        0        0        1         0          4-0    5-0        2        1.00
Feb 25   BOSTON COLLEGE              9.0           9        3          3         1   9               2        1          0          0        0        0        1         0          9-3    6-0        2        1.33
Feb 27   BOSTON COLLEGE              9.0          10        2          2         1   9               1        0          0          1        0        0        1         0          7-2    7-0        2        1.43
Mar 01   vs Florida State            9.0           7        5          5         5   8               1        1          0          2        0        2        1         0          3-5    7-1        2        1.88
Mar 04   MIAMI (FLA.)                9.0          10        3          3         3 13                3        0          0          1        0        0        1         0          8-3    8-1        2        2.00
Mar 05   MIAMI (FLA.)                9.0           1        0          0         0   7               0        0          0          0        0        1        0         0          1-0    9-1        2        1.80
Mar 06   MIAMI (FLA.)                9.0           8        3          3         3   8               2        0          0          2        0        0        0         0          5-3    10-1       3        1.91
Totals                              99.0          76       21         21        16 101              15        3          3          6        0        4       10         0         66-21   10-1       3        1.91
                                                                     2011 University of Florida Baseball
                                                             AB-R-H-RBI Breakdown for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                                                                (All games)


                              #2        #20        #4         #35       #10        #15        #41         #8        #5         #30         #1          #18         #25        #14         #31
Opponent           Date     Adams      Dent      Fontana   Johnson    Maddox    McMahan     Moyer      Pigott,D   Powers     Ramjit     Smith,Bry   Thompson    Tucker,P   Washington   Wilson
USF                Feb 18   3-1-2-0   1-0-0-0    5-2-4-0    4-1-2-1   3-0-0-1    1-0-0-0    1-0-0-0      Def      3-1-1-0     .......    2-0-1-2      .......    5-1-3-3    3-0-0-0      .......
USF                Feb 19   3-1-1-0    .......   4-1-3-0    3-0-0-1   4-0-2-1    3-1-1-0     .......   3-1-2-1      Def       .......    3-0-1-0      .......    4-0-0-0      Def        .......
USF                Feb 20   4-0-1-0    .......   3-2-2-0    4-0-1-0   3-0-0-1    3-1-0-0    1-0-0-0    4-0-2-2      Def       .......    4-1-1-0      .......    3-0-1-1      Def        .......
Florida Atlantic   Feb 22   4-1-2-1   2-0-1-1    5-2-0-1    3-2-2-1   6-1-2-1    2-0-0-0    2-0-1-0    5-2-4-2    2-0-0-0      Def       2-0-0-0      .......    5-1-4-2    3-1-1-1     0-2-0-0
Boston College     Feb 24   3-1-1-0    .......   3-1-0-0    3-1-1-1   4-0-1-1    1-0-1-0     .......   3-0-1-0    3-0-0-0     .......      Def        .......    4-1-2-1    2-0-0-0      .......
Boston College     Feb 25   3-1-1-0    .......   2-2-1-0    5-1-3-3   5-0-1-1    2-0-2-1    3-0-0-0    4-0-2-1    2-0-0-0     .......    2-1-0-0      .......    4-2-3-2    1-1-1-1       Def
Boston College     Feb 27   3-0-0-1   1-0-0-0    3-1-1-2    4-1-1-0   4-1-2-0    2-1-0-0     .......   3-0-2-1      Def       .......    0-0-0-0      .......    4-0-0-0    2-1-1-1       Def
Florida State      Mar 01   3-0-0-0    .......   3-0-0-0    4-0-0-0   3-0-1-0     .......    .......   4-0-1-1    4-1-1-0     .......     .......     .......    4-1-2-1    3-0-1-1      .......
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 04   3-1-3-3   2-0-0-0    4-0-0-0    2-1-1-0   5-1-2-2    3-1-1-0    1-0-0-0    2-1-1-1     .......   1-0-0-0     4-1-1-0     0-0-0-0     5-0-2-1     .......     .......
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 05   2-1-0-0    .......   3-0-0-0    3-0-1-0   2-0-0-0     .......    .......   3-0-2-0    2-0-1-0     .......    1-0-1-1       Def       4-0-0-0    2-0-1-0      .......
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 06   3-0-1-0    .......   4-0-0-0    3-1-1-0   4-0-0-0     .......    .......   4-0-1-2    4-1-2-1     .......     .......     .......    4-1-3-1    4-0-1-0      .......
                              #3
Opponent           Date     Zunino
USF                Feb 18   3-1-0-0
USF                Feb 19   4-0-0-0
USF                Feb 20   4-1-2-1
Florida Atlantic   Feb 22   3-1-1-1
Boston College     Feb 24   4-0-1-1
Boston College     Feb 25   1-1-0-0
Boston College     Feb 27   4-2-3-2
Florida State      Mar 01   4-1-1-0
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 04   4-2-1-0
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 05   3-0-0-0
Miami (Fla.)       Mar 06   2-2-0-0
                                  2011 University of Florida Baseball
                             Games Summary for Florida (as of Mar 07, 2011)
                                            (All games)



Score by innings             1       2    3     4    5    6      7    8     9      Total
Florida                      5      11   12     6    6    8      9    8     1        66
Opponents                    1       0    6     0    2    2      3    3     4        21

            Record when ...
                     Overall             10-1                        After 6 leading         9-0
                 Conference               0-0                          ....... trailing      0-1
             Non-Conference              10-1                              ....... tied      1-0
               Home games                 9-0                        After 7 leading         9-0
                Away games                0-0                          ....... trailing      0-1
                 Neutral site             1-1                              ....... tied      1-0
                 Day games                7-0                        After 8 leading        10-0
                Night games               3-1                          ....... trailing      0-1
              vs Left starter             4-0                              ....... tied      0-0
             vs Right starter             6-1
               1-Run games                1-0                     Hit 0 home runs            4-1
               2-Run games                1-1                        ... 1 home run          6-0
              5+Run games                 6-0                    ... 2+ home runs            0-0
               Extra innings              0-0
                   Shutouts               3-0             Opponent 0 home runs               8-1
                                                              ........ 1 home run            1-0
             Scoring 0-2     runs         1-0                       ........ 2+ HRs          1-0
               ....... 3-5   runs         4-1
               ....... 6-9   runs         4-0                         Made 0 errors          7-0
              ....... 10+    runs         1-0                             .... 1 error       2-0
                                                                      .... 2+ errors         1-1
           Opponent 0-2      runs         7-0
              ........ 3-5   runs         3-1                 Opp. made 0 errors             4-0
              ........ 6-9   runs         0-0                       ......... 1 error        3-1
             ........ 10+    runs         0-0                   ......... 2+ errors          3-0

          Scored in 1st inning            3-0                   Out-hit opponent             8-0
           Opp. scored in 1st             1-0                 Out-hit by opponent            1-0
                  Scores first            9-0                         Hits are tied          1-1
             Opp. scores first            1-1

Record when team scores:
Runs    0     1    2      3                4         5      6         7       8        9     10+
W-L    0-0   1-0  0-0    0-1              2-0       2-0    0-0       2-0     1-0      1-0    1-0

Record when opponent scores:
Runs    0     1    2     3                 4         5      6         7       8        9     10+
W-L    3-0   1-0  3-0   3-0               0-0       0-1    0-0       0-0     0-0      0-0    0-0

Record when leading after:
Inn.    1     2     3       4              5         6      7         8
W-L    2-0   6-0   9-0     9-0            8-0       9-0    9-0       10-0

Record when trailing after:
Inn.    1     2      3       4             5         6      7         8
W-L    0-0   0-0    0-1     0-1           0-1       0-1    0-1       0-1

Record when tied after:
Inn.    1     2      3            4        5         6      7         8
W-L    8-1   4-1    1-0          1-0      2-0       1-0    1-0       0-0

Current winning streak: 3
Longest winning streak: 7
Longest losing streak: 1

Home attendance : 38543 ( 9 dates avg = 4282 )
Away attendance : 10912 ( 2 dates avg = 5456 )
Total attendance: 49455 ( 11 dates avg = 4495 )

				
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