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									             2011 Liberty                                                                Games 38-40 - April 22-23, 2011
           Flames Baseball
             Quick Facts
             General Information                                                                                             LIBERTY FLAMES
Name of School ........... Liberty University                                                                              (20-17, 10-5 Big South)
City/Zip ................. Lynchburg, Va. 24502
            .......................................... 1971
Founded ..........................................1971
Enrollment .................................... 11,928
                                                                                                                                        at
Nickname.....................................
Nickname..................................... Flames
Mascot ............................................ Eagle
         ............................................Eagle                                                                      VMI KEYDETS
School Colors .............Red, White & Blue
                    .............Red,                                                                                      (19-17-1, 8-7 Big South)
            .........................NCAA
Affiliation .........................NCAA Division I
Conference .............................. Big South
Founder ......................... Dr. Jerry Falwell
Chancellor ..................... Jerry Falwell, Jr.
              Athletics................
Director of Athletics................ Jeff Barber
Athletics Dept. Phone ..... (434) 582-2100                                                Gray-Minor Stadium - Lexington, Va.
               Baseball Information
Head Coach............................Jim Toman
          Coach............................Jim                  The Games
Alma Mater ............. N.C. State (‘85, ‘95)                       The Liberty Flames (20-17, 10-5 Big South) travel to Lexington, Va., for a three-game
Record at School ... 130-82-1/ Four Years
Career Record ................................Same
                        ................................Same
                                                                Big South Conference series with the VMI Keydets (19-17-1, 8-7 Big South), Friday and
Assistant Coaches ...................................           Saturday. The series isc scheduled to get underway, Friday at Gray-Minor Stadium, the
...................... Garrett Quinn (Maine , ‘98)              site of the 2011 Big South Baseball Championship, at 6 p.m. The series will wrap-up with
................ Jason Murray ((Ball State, ‘98)
......................Adam Ward (Clemson, ‘08)
......................Adam
                                                                a doubleheader, starting at 2 p.m. on Saturday. The Flames enter the series having won
Director of Baseball Operations...............
                                Operations...............       their last five Big South Conference games.
.........................Billy Daniels (Liberty, ‘06)
.........................Billy
Associate Athletic Trainer ........................
...................................... Scott Lawrenson
                                                                Last Time Out
                                                                     The Liberty Flames saw their five-game winning streak come to an end, falling to the
                           History                              Tribe of William & Mary, 11-5, Tuesday evening in a non-conference game at Plumeri
                         Baseball..................
First Season of Baseball.................. 1974
                                                                Park.
All-Time Record .......... 1042-808-7 (.563)
NCAA Tournament Appearances ........... 3                            Liberty totaled nine hits in the contest. Shortstop Matt Williams had three hits in the
Last NCAA Appearance ................... 2000                   contest and drove in two runs for the Flames. Right fielder Michael Robertson had two
                     Record....................... 42-19
2010 Overall Record.......................42-19                 hits, both of which went for extra bases, and scored twice.
***school record for wins
2010 Conference Record/Finish ..............
.............................................19-7/Second
.............................................19-7/Second        On Deck
              Returning/Lost.......................
Starters Returning/Lost....................... 5/4                  The Flames will travel to Columbia, S.C., for a non-conference contest with the No.
Pitchers Returning/Lost ...................... 7/4
Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 14/5
                       Returning/Lost............
                                                                2-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks, Tuesday. First pitch at Carolina Stadium is sched-
Newcomers.......................................... 15
Newcomers..........................................             uled for 1 p.m.
                                                                    Liberty returns home on next weekend to host the Liberrty Tournament at Worthington
                          Stadium
Home Field ............ Worthington Stadium
                                                                Stadium. The New Orleans Privateers and the LeMoyne Dolphins will also participate.
Capacity ......................................... 1,000
               .........................................1,000   The tournament opens Friday at 1 p.m. with New Orleans and LeMoyne squaring off. The
Field Dimensions ..... 325 (LF), 375 (LC),                      Flames will host LeMoyne at 7 p.m. in the second game of the day, Friday.
................. 390 (CF), 375 (RC), 325 (RF)

      Athletics Communications Info.                            Following the Flames
Asst. AD - Communications .....................                     All three games of the Liberty-VMI series may be heard LIVE at LibertyFlames.com.
..........................................Todd
..........................................Todd Wetmore
SID Office Phone ............ (434) 582-2292
                                                                In addition, both games of Saturday’s doubleheader may also be heard LIVE on WWMC
Cell Phone ...................... (434) 841-8974                90.9 FM radio. Nick Pierce will handle play-by-play duties and former Flames pitcher
Email Address....... twetmore@liberty.edu
          Address.......                                        Doug Wallace will provide commentary for the games.
                         .............Ryan
Assoc. Director ............. Ryan Bomberger
Cell Phone ..................... (434) 221-5576
          Address...
Email Address... rbomberger@liberty.edu
Asst. Director .................... Paul Carmany                                                      Liberty’s Projected Starters
Cell Phone ...................... (434) 221-5575
          Address.....
Email Address..... pjcarmany@liberty.edu
Asst. Director ..........................Eric Brown
                      ..........................Eric            No.   Name                     Cl.   Hgt.   Wgt.   BAvg.   Other Stats
Cell Phone ...................... (434) 221-8817                 9    Jeff Jefferson (C )      Sr.    6-1   215    .185    10 Runs, 8 RBIs, 2 2Bs, 2 HRs
          Address........
Email Address........ eqbrown@liberty.edu
                                                                 4    Austin Taylor (1B)       Sr.    6-3   190    .257    16 Runs, 20 RBIs, 5 2Bs, 4 HRs
Asst. Director ................. Jennifer Shelton
Cell Phone ...................... (828) 638-3876                16    Zack Haley (2B)          Jr.    5-9   165    .291    15 Runs, 13 RBIs, 9 2Bs, 1 HR
Email Address......jbshelton2@liberty.edu
          Address......jbshelton2@liberty.edu                    1    Matt Williams (SS)       Jr.    6-0   170    .385    28 Runs, 21 RBIs, 13 2Bs, 3 HRs, 12 SBs
Grad. Asst. .............................. Tim Hartin            5    Tyler Bream (3B)         Jr.    6-3   205    .273    21 Runs, 24 RBIs, 7 2Bs, 2 HRs
Cell Phone ....................... (207)267-4995
Email Address............ thartin@liberty.edu
          Address............                                   14    Doug Bream (LF)          Sr.    6-3   215    .375    25 Runs, 37 RBIs, 13 2Bs, 3 3Bs, 1 HR, 7 SBs
     ----------------------------------------------             15    Ian Parmley (CF)         Jr.    6-0   175    .297    25 Runs, 11 RBIs, 4 2Bs, 1 3B, 16 SBs
                            ..........Ryan
Baseball Contact .......... Ryan Bomberger                       7    Michael Robertson (RF)   Jr.    6-2   215    .315    31 Runs, 20 RBIs, 6 2Bs, 2 3B, 2 HRs, 9 SBs
                    Fax..............
Ath. Comm. Fax.............. (434) 582-2076
Website......................LibertyFlames.com
             ......................LibertyFlames.com
                                                                18    Justin Richardson (DH)   Jr.   5-10   210    .229    5 Runs, 5 RBIs, 3 2Bs, 2 HRs
         Liberty University                        Head Coach Jim Toman
           2011 Baseball                           Record at Liberty:130-83-1 (Fourth Year)
                                                   Career Record: Same
             Schedule

                Record: 20-17
                                                         After leading his team to a school-record 42 victories in 2010, Jim Toman enters his fourth year
               Big South: 10-5
                                                   at Liberty with the best mark of any Flames head coach over his first three years.
                                                         Since taking over the program for the 2008 season, Liberty has won 35 or more games twice
Feb 18   at Mercer                        L, 4-6   and last season posted only the second 40-win campaign in the 37-year history of the program. The
Feb 19   at Mercer - Gm. 1                L, 2-7   Flames notched a 110-66-1 record during his first three seasons on Liberty Mountain.
Feb. 19 at Mercer - Gm. 2               L, 5-17          On May 2, 2010, Toman recorded his 100th career victory, as the Flames defeated Gardner-
Feb 20   at Mercer                       W, 5-4    Webb, 10-7, at Worthington Stadium. The sixth coach in program history, Toman became the fast-
Feb 25   at North Florida                 L/0-5    est Liberty baseball head coach to amass the milestone, passing first coach Al Worthington, by
Feb 26   at North Florida - Gm. 1        W/4-2     reaching his 100th win in 160 games, six fewer than Worthington.
Feb 26   at North Floida - Gm. 2          L/5-8
                                                         The impressive strides made by the program have not gone unnoticed. This past November,
Feb 27   at North Florida                W/9-1
                                                   Rivals.com cited Liberty as one being one of college baseball’s top 10 rising programs.
Mar 2    at Virginia Tech                 L/1-9
                                                         Last season, the Flames had their best season under Toman, posting a school record for wins
Mar 4    Binghamton                     W/12-2
Mar 5    Binghamton - Gm. 1              L/7-12
                                                   in a single season with a 42-19 record. The team’s ledger was boosted by a 21-8 road mark, the
Mar 5    Binghamton - Gm. 2              W/9-6     nation’s 10th-best road record in 2010.
Mar 8    William & Mary                  L/9-10          In addition, Liberty recorded a 19-7 mark in Big South play, eclipsing its record of the previous
Mar 11   Rutgers ^                       W/5-2     season for most victories by the school since joining the conference in 1992. The Flames finished
Mar 12   Monmouth ^                      W/4-3     second in the league’s regular season and were conference runner-up at the Big South Baseball
Mar 13   East Carolina ^                 W/2-0     Championship.
Mar 15   at Maryland                    W/11-4           Pitcher Shawn Teufel became the fourth player from one of Toman’s Liberty squads to be taken
Mar 16   at Maryland                     L/5-10    in the MLB Draft. The two-time Big South all-conference first team pitcher and National Pitcher of
Mar 18 Charleston Southern *             W/2-1     the Year Watch list member capped a strong senior campaign by being selected by the Detroit
Mar 19 Charleston Southern *             W/5-1
                                                   Tigers.
Mar 20 Charleston Southern *             W/5-2
                                                         In 2009, Liberty recorded a 33-21 overall record, while posting a 17-9 mark in Big South Con-
Mar 22 Virginia Tech             L/6-9 (10 inn.)
Mar 25 Winthrop * - Gm. 1                W/5-2
                                                   ference play. Liberty set a new fielding standard in 2009, committing the fewest errors, 53, and
Mar 25 Winthrop * - Gm. 2                 L/1-2
                                                   finishing the year with the highest fielding percentage, .974, in team history. From that infield, third
Mar 26 Winthrop *                       W/16-7     baseman Tyler Bream was named a Freshman All-American by the Collegiate Baseball News.
Mar 29   at VCU                         W/11-1           Pitcher Andrew Wilson became the third player during Toman’s time at Liberty to be taken in
Apr. 1   at Coastal Carolina *           L/1-17    the MLB draft (Atlanta Braves).
Apr 2    at Coastal Carolina *            L/4-5          In 2008, the Flames fashioned a 13-3-1 record in the month of May to finish Toman’s first sea-
Apr 3    at Coastal Carolina *            L/4-5    son at Liberty with a 35-26-1 mark. The record made Toman the winningest first-year coach in the
Apr 6    James Madison                 L/12-16     program’s history. He guided the Flames to their third straight Big South Championship title game
Apr 8    at High Point *                  L/2-6    appearance, claiming the conference’s runner-up position in 2008. Liberty’s May record was the
Apr 9    at High Point *                 W/9-0
                                                   best ever by a Flames team.
Apr 10   at High Point *                W/14-9
                                                         In addition, the Liberty pitching staff set a new season strikeout record, fanning 508 oppos-
Apr 15   Presbyterian *                  W/6-5
                                                   ing batters during the year. The Flames’ strikeout total led the Big South Conference and their 8.2
Apr 17   Presbyterian * - Gm. 1          W/7-1
Apr 17   Presbyterian * - Gm. 2          W/5-2
                                                   strikeouts per nine innings ranked 22nd nationally at season’s end. Two pitchers from the staff,
Apr 19   at William & Mary               L/5-11    Ryan Page and David Stokes, went on to be drafted and play in the professional ranks. Page was
Apr 22   at VMI *                        6 p.m.    taken in the 20th round of the MLB Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays, while Stokes was picked in the
Apr 23   at VMI * (DH)                   2 p.m.    28th round by the Detroit Tigers.
Apr 16   at South Carolina               1 p.m.          Liberty finished its season with a 14-7 record in conference play. The mark allowed the Flames
Apr 29   Le Moyne +                      7 p.m.    to claim the No. 2 seed for the Big South Championship, their highest seed for the Big South Base-
Apr 30   New Orleans +                   3 p.m.    ball Championship since a No. 1 seed in 2000. Liberty would go on to post four consecutive double-
May 1    New Orleans +                    Noon     digit victories during six games in the Big South Championship to set a championship record with
May 1    Le Moyne +                      3 p.m.    55 runs scored.
May 5    UNC Asheville *                 7 p.m.
                                                         Toman was named the sixth head coach in the history of the Liberty Baseball program in June
May 7    UNC Asheville * (DH)            1 p.m.
                                                   2007, after 11 seasons as the senior member of Ray Tanner’s coaching staff at South Carolina.
May 13 at Gardner-Webb *                 6 p.m.
May 14 at Gardner-Webb *                 2 p.m.
                                                   Toman worked a total of 18 years alongside Tanner, dating back to the 1990 season at N.C. State.
May 15 at Gardner-Webb *                 2 p.m.
                                                         During his time at South Carolina, Toman served as recruiting coordinator and coached the
May 17 VCU                               7 p.m.    catchers. Known as one of the top recruiters in college baseball, the 22-year college coaching
May 19 Radford *                         7 p.m.    veteran was named the 2002 Baseball America/American Baseball Coaches Association Assistant
May 20 Radford *                         7 p.m.    Coach of the Year. Before joining the Gamecock staff in 1996, Toman served under Tanner for
May 21 Radford *                         2 p.m.    seven years at N.C. State.
May 24-28 at Big South Baseball                          Toman has recruited 15 top 25 classes, including all 11 of his seasons at South Carolina. Dur-
            Championship - Lexington, Va.          ing his final years with the Gamecocks, he recruited many of the players who were members of the
June 3-6 at NCAA Regionals                         2010 South Carolina National Championship team. From 2003-2006, three of the four Gamecock
                                                   recruiting classes were ranked first in the nation by Collegiate Baseball.
Home Games in Bold
                                                         During his time on the staff in Columbia, S.C., Toman and the Gamecocks made nine NCAA
^- Keith LeClair Classic - Greenville, N.C.
                                                   Regional appearances, including eight straight between 2000 and 2007, and three consecutive
+ - Liberty Tournament - Lyncnburg, Va.
* - Big South Game
                                                   trips to the College World Series (2002-04). Add in his seven seasons at N.C. State, and Toman
(DH) - Doubleheader                                has helped lead 14 teams to NCAA Regional appearances.
All Times Eastern Standard Time                          Toman was a four-year letterwinner at N.C. State from 1981-84, and served as team captain of
                                                   the Wolfpack his junior and senior seasons.
     2011 Liberty Flames
           Roster                        The Coaches
                                             Liberty Head Coach Jim Toman is in his fourth year at the helm of the Flames. During
No. Name                 Pos.     Cl.    his time at Liberty, he has guided the Flames to a 127-82-1 record. He led the Flames to
 1   Matt Williams       INF      Jr.
                                         the best mark of any Liberty head coach over his first three seasons on Liberty Mountain.
 2   Marcus Grimaldi     1B       Jr.
                                             Last season, the Flames had their best year under Toman, posting a school record
                                         for wins in a single season with a 42-19 record. The team’s ledger was boosted by a 21-8
 3   Josh Richardson     RHP      So.
                                         road mark, the nation’s 10th best road record in 2010.
 4   Austin Taylor       INF      Sr.
                                             In addition, Liberty recorded a 19-7 mark in Big South play, eclipsing its record of the
 5   Tyler Bream         3B       Jr.
                                         previous season for most victories by the school since joining the conference in 1992. The
 7   Michael Robertson   OF       Jr.    Flames finished second in the league’s regular season and were conference runner-up at
 8   Blake Forslund      RHP      So.    the Big South Baseball Championship.
 9   Jeff Jefferson      C/OF     Sr.        In 2009, Liberty posted the most victories in Big South Conference play with a 17-9
10   Trey Wimmer         1B/C     Jr.    mark, since joining the conference in 1992. The Flames recorded an overall record of
11   Joshua Thompson     OF       Jr.    33-21 in Toman’s second year.
12   Garrett Baker       LHP      Jr.        A 24-year member of the college coaching ranks, he served 18 years as a member
13   Dane Beakler        RHP      Sr.    of Ray Tanner’s staffs at South Carolina and N.C. State. Toman was named the 2002
14   Doug Bream          1B/OF    Sr.
                                         Baseball America/American Baseball Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year
15   Ian Parmley         OF       Jr.
                                         and recruited 16 top 25 classes, including all 11 of his seasons at South Carolina.
                                             Marlin Ikenberry is in his eighth season at the helm of the VMI program, and is the
16   Zach Haley          INF      Jr.
                                         winningest coach in the history of VMI Baseball. Ikenberry has posted a 213-206 record
17   Dalton Sype         INF      Jr.
                                         at his alma mater.
18   Justin Richardson   OF       Jr.
                                              After finishing 18-35 in 2009, Ikenberry led the Keydets to their highest national rank-
19   Willi Martin        RHP      Fr.    ing and their best start in school history in 2010. VMI started the year, 29-5, and finished
20   Casey Rasmus        C        Jr.    the season with a 33-22 mark.
21   Steven Evans        LHP      Sr.         The last several years have seen Ikenberry’s Keydets post four consecutive winning
22   J.J. McLeod         RHP      Sr.    seasons for the first time in 52 years at VMI, defeat a ranked team for five straight years
23   Tony McClendon      OF       Jr.    and have multiple players drafted in each of the past five seasons.
24   Justin Sizemore     1B       So.         In 2007, Ikenberry led the Keydets to a 34-21 record. The win total is the most in
25   John Niggli         RHP      Jr.    school history.
26   Daniel Brown        RHP      Fr.
27   Jacob Kemmerer      RHP      Jr.
                                         All-Time Series Against VMI
                                             Friday’s meeting between VMI and Liberty will be the 43rd meeting all-time between
28   Chris King          INF/RHP Fr.
                                         the two teams on the baseball diamond. Liberty holds a 31-10 advantage in the all-time
29   Andy Abrams         RHP      Jr.
                                         series since 1976.
30   Cal Sutphin         INF      Fr.
                                             Over the last five years, the Flames have won 13 out of 16 contests between the two
31   Bryan Cole          RHP      Sr.    teams.
32   Mark Swanson        RHP      Sr.        Last season, Liberty swept a three-game series from then 26th-ranked VMI at
36   Ryan Cordell        OF/RHP   Fr.    Worthington Stadium, April 16-18.
38   Tim Dudley          LHP      So.        In 2009, the last time the Flames and Keydets met at Gray-Minor Stadium, Liberty
46   Patrick Eckelbarger RHP      Jr..   took two out of three games from VMI, April 3-5. Liberty dropped the first game, 13-6, but
47   Keegan Linza        RHP      Sr.    rebounded with 9-7 and 4-3 wins to take the series.

Coaches
37    Jim Toman
                                         Liberty..............................................                                         ................................................VMI
                                         Liberty.............................................. Statistical Comparison ................................................VMI
47    Garrett Quinn
                                         20-17 .............................................................. Record ...................................................... 19-17-1
35    Jason Murray
25    Adam Ward
                                         .289 ......................................................... Batting Average .................................................... .303
                                         219.................................................................... Runs
                                         219....................................................................Runs .............................................................. 202
                                               ....................................................................Hits
                                         369 .................................................................... Hits ............................................................... 380
                                                                                                                             ............................................................19
                                         21 ............................................................... Home Runs ............................................................ 19
                                         194 .......................................................... Runs Batted In ...................................................... 174
                                         76 .............................................................. Stolen Bases.......................................................... 39
                                         5.03 ..................................................... Earned Run Average ................................................ 4.75
                                                  ........................................................Innings
                                         318.2 ........................................................Innings Pitched ................................................... 320.1
                                               ...............................................................Strikeouts
                                         221 ............................................................... Strikeouts .......................................................... 269
                                          .......................................................................Saves
                                         7....................................................................... Saves ............................................................... 12
                                                .................................................Opponent
                                         .281 ................................................. Opponent Batting Average ............................................ .269
              A Look at
                 VMI                      A Look at VMI
                                              After seeing its four-game winning streak halted by VCU, Tuesday night in Richmond,
Location: Lexington, Va.
                                          Va., VMI enters Friday night’s game hoping to improve its standing in the Big South Con-
Founded: 1839
                                          ference. The Keydets are currently tied for fourth in the conference with Winthrop with an
Enrollment: 1,500
Nickname: Keydets
                                          8-7 record.
Colors: Red, White and Yellow                  VMI is hitting .303 as a team and averaging 5.5 runs per game so far in 2011. Sam
Conference: Big South                     Roberts, the reigning Big South Player of the Week, leads the Keydets with a .392 bat-
                                          ting average, 34 runs scored and 31 RBIs. Last week, the shortstop hit .733 (11 for 15),
STADIUM INFORMATION                       scored eight runs and drove in nine runs, earning national recognition by being named to
Home Field (Capacity): Gray-Minor         College Baseball Foundation’s National All-Star Lineup and ECAC Player of the Week.
Stadium (1,400)                           Roberts begins the week second in the Big South with a .480 on base percentage, fourth
Dimensions: 330-365-395-385-335           in hitting and fifth in runs scored. He is the Keydet all-time leader with 173 runs scored
Press Box Phone: (540) 464-6920
                                          and tied for second on the VMI career hit list with 258.
                                              Designated hitter George Piccirilli and left fielder Graham Sullivan also enter the week-
COACHING INFORMATION
                                          end with batting averages above .335. Piccirilli has a .346 average with 25 runs batted in,
Head Coach: Marlin Ikenberry (VMI, ’95)
                                          while Sullivan has posted a .336 average with 23 RBIs.
Record at School: 213-206 (Eight
Years)
                                              The VMI mound staff has a 4.75 team ERA and has held opponents to a .269 batting
Overall Record: Same                      average. The Keydets are allowing 5.6 runs per game this season.
Office Phone: (540) 464-7609                   Friday’s expected starter for VMI, Coby Cowgill, leads the pitching staff with a 2.55
Assistants: Jonathan Hadra, Daniel        ERA and a 4-0 record. He has pitched 49 1/3 innings in nine appearances.
Latham, Nachion Moore                         Michael Devine, Travis Thomas and John Garrett have been the most called upon
                                          arms out of the Keydet bullpen. In 18 appearances, Devine has posted a 0-2 record with
TEAM INFORMATION                          four saves and a 3.92 ERA over 20 2/3 innings, all in relief. Garrett has made 17 appear-
2010 Record: 33-22                        ances and has a 3-2 record with a 4.07 ERA over 24 1/3 innings. Thomas has made a
2010 Conference Record/Finish: 13-
                                          team-leading 19 appearances, posting a 2-1 mark with a 4.11 ERA. The right-hander has
14/6th
                                          struck out 34 batters in 27 1/3 innings pitched.
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 14/6
Position Starters Returning/Lost: 6/3
Pitchers Returning/Lost: 15/1
                                          Analyzing April
                                              The Flames are 5-6 in the month of April. Liberty is scheduled to play 16 games in
SPORTS INFORMATION                        the month, with 12 coming against Big South opponents. The Flames have produced the
Baseball Contact: Brad Salois             longest winning and losing streaks of the season during the month. Liberty opened April
Office Phone: (540) 464-7015               by losing five straight games, before reversing the trend by winning five consecutive con-
E-mail Address: saloisbj@vmi.edu          tests.
Fax Number: (540) 464-7583                    Since 1976, the Flames have recorded an all-time mark of 350-291-1 (.546) in April.
Web Site: vmikeydets.com                  Last season, Liberty finished the month of April with a 10-8 record. The Flames posted a
                                          9-3 mark in Big South Conference play.
             RECENT RESULTS
April 15   at Charleston So.  W/11-0
April 16   at Charleston So. W/15-12      March Musings
April 17   at Charleston So.   W/9-1          Liberty finished the month of March with a 12-6 record. The Flames won 11 of its last
April 19   at VCU               L/2-4     15 contests to close the month.
                                              Liberty posted a 10-8 mark in games during March last season, including a 1-2 start to
        UPCOMING SCHEDULE
April 26 James Madison
                                          Big South Conference play. The Flames are 359-281-2 (.561) all-time during the month.
April 28 at Coastal Carolina
April 29 at Coastal Carolina              February Record
April 30 at Coastal Carolina                  The Flames finished the month of February with a 3-5 record. Since beginning play
                                          during the month of February in 1984, Liberty has posted an all-time mark of 73-37 for a
                                          .664 winning percentage for the month.
                                              Over the past six years, the Flames are 31-14 (.689) during the month of February,
                                          while recording a 17-8 mark under head coach Jim Toman during his four years at Liberty.

                                          Home Sweet Home
                                              For the past 32 years, the Flames have called Worthington Stadium home. It is named
                                          for program architect and the first Liberty head baseball coach, Al Worthington. Liberty
                                          has compiled an impressive 534-243-5 record at the stadium for a winning percentage of
                                          .686 since the facility’s inception in 1979.
                                              The Flames are 10-5 on the year at Worthington Stadium. Liberty posted a 19-9 record
                                          at home in 2010. The Flames are 60-29-1 at home under four-year head coach Jim To-
                                          man’s guidance.
            Big South
           Conference                       Road Rumblings
             Update                             The Flames are 10-12 away from home this season. Liberty is 8-12 in road contests
                                            and 2-0 in neutral site games. Liberty is slated to play 30 regular-season contests away
        Conference Standings
                    W L            Pct.
                                            from home. The Flames will square off with 27 of their opponents on their home field this
Coastal Carolina    10 2           .833     season and already have met two teams, Rutgers and Monmouth, on a neutral field during
Liberty             10 5           .667     the Keith LeClair Classic in Greenville, N.C., March 11-13.
Radford              7   5         .583
Winthrop             8   7         .583         The Flames went 21-10 in road contests in 2010. Liberty posted the 10th-best road
VMI                  8   7         .583     mark in the nation during the year. The Flames went 18-8 in road games and 3-2 in neutral
Charleston Southern 4    5         .444
UNC Asheville        7   8         .467
                                            site contests during the year.
Gardner-Webb         7   8         .467
High Point           5 10          .333
Presbyterian         4 11          .267
                                            Playing Under the Lights
                                                Liberty is 2-5 in night games this season. The Flames are scheduled to play 15 games
              Overall Standings             under the stars this year. The first game of this weekend’s three-game series is scheduled
                      W L T         Pct
Coastal Carolina      25 13 0      .658     to be played under the lights. Last season, Liberty posted a 5-6 record in night contests.
Gardner-Webb          21 13 1      .614
Radford               21 15 0      .583
Liberty               20 17 0      .541
                                            Liberty Versus the Big South
VMI                   19 17 1      .527         Liberty, a 20-year member of the Big South Conference, has compiled a 276-193
Charleston Southern 20 21 0        .500
Winthrop              18 20 0      .474
                                            (.588) record against the Big South Conference’s current membership. The Flames are
UNC Asheville         15 21 0      .417     10-5 in conference play this season.
High Point            19 20 0      .487          Liberty finished the regular season in second place in conference play with a 19-7
Presbyterian          18 20 0      .474
                                            record in 2010. The victory total was the most wins by a Liberty team since joining the Big
                                            South in 1992.
         Upcoming Schedule

Friday, April 22                            Liberty All-Time Against the Big South
Radford at UNC Asheville          3 p.m.    Charleston Southern................................. 41-21
Coastal Carolina at High Point    6 p.m.
                                            Coastal Carolina ....................................... 28-47
Liberty at VMI                    6 p.m.
Charleston So. at Winthrop        6 p.m.    Gardner-Webb .............................................. 5-3
Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb      6 p.m.    High Point ................................................ 38-28
                                            Radford .................................................... 47-26
Saturday, April 23
Radford at UNC Asheville (DH)       Noon
                                            UNC Asheville........................................... 40-19
Coast. Carolina at High Point (DH) 1 p.m.   Presbyterian ................................................. 9-0
Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb       1 p.m.   VMI .......................................................... 31-10
Liberty at VMI                     2 p.m.
                                            Winthrop .................................................. 37-39
Charleston So. at Winthrop         2 p.m.
                                            Total ..................................................... 276-193

                                            Pleading the Fifth
                                                The fifth inning has become a pivotal inning for the Flames this season. Liberty is
                                            19-6 when leading or tied with an opponent through five innings this season. Meanwhile,
                                            the Flames are 1-11 when trailing after the fifth inning.

                                            What’s the RISP?
                                                The Flames are hitting .320 with runners in scoring position, so far this season. Out-
                                            fielder Doug Bream leads the team with a .467 batting average with runners in scoring
                                            position. Fellow outfielder Ian Parmley is next with a .459 average.
                                                Meanwhile, second baseman Zach Haley paces the Flames in hitting with runners in
                                            scoring position and two outs. Haley has a .438 batting average in the situation. Bream is
                                            next on the team with a .419 average with runners in scoring position and two outs.

                                            W/Runners in Scoring Position                                          W/Runners in Scoring Position & 2 Outs
                                                              Avg.     AB                    Hits       RBIs                         Avg.     AB     Hits   RBIs
                                            Doug Bream        .467     60                     28         35        Zack Haley        .438     16       7      9
                                            Ian Parmley       .459     37                     17         11        Doug Bream        .419     31      13     17
                                            Michael Robertson .390     41                     16         18        Ian Parmley       .412     17       7      7
                                            Matt Williams     .362     47                     17         16        Dalton Sype       .286      7       2      2
                                            Austin Taylor     .355     31                     11         18        Michael Robertson .273     22      6      8
                                            Team              .320    422                    135        164        Team              .278    205      57     68
      Miscellaneous Stats                            Get Your Running Shoes On
                                                          What a difference a year makes. So far this season, Liberty has taken advantage
MULTIPLE HIT GAMES 2            3 4 5+ Tot           of its team speed, more than doubling its stolen base total from a year ago. The Flames
1   WILLIAMS, Matt     12 3 3 -              18      have stolen 76 bases in 93 attempts this season, compared to 2010, when the Flames
14 BREAM, Doug         13 2 2 1              18      swiped only 28 bases in 44 tries through 37 games. Liberty’s 76 stolen bases lead the
15 PARMLEY, Ian         8       3 1 -        12      Big South Conference in the category. The Flames are ranked seventh in the nation in
7   ROBERTSON, M.       9       2 -     -    12      the latest NCAA Division I statistical report for games played through April 17.
5   BREAM, Tyler        9       1 1 -           11        Leading the way for the Flames is catcher Casey Rasmus who is 17-for-18 in steal
20 RASMUS, Casey        6       2 -     -       8    attempts this season despite playing in 30 games. He is currently third in the Big South
4   TAYLOR, Austin      6       1 -     -       7    Conference. Center fielder Ian Parmley is next on the team and ranks fourth in the Big
24 SIZEMORE, Justin     6       -   -   -       6    South with 16 thefts (16-for-21).
16 HALEY, Zack          3       2 -     -       5         The Flames stolen base totals are definitely a stark contrast from last season, when
9   JEFFERSON, Jeff     3       1 -     -       4    only outfielder Curran Redal had stolen eight bases and led the team at this point in the
18 RICHARDSON, J.       3       -   -   -       3    year. No other Flames had more than four thefts. This season, five Liberty players have
2   GRIMALDI, Marcus 2          -   -   -       2    seven or more base thefts. Shortstop Matt Williams joins the previously mentioned Ras-
17 SYPE, Dalton         1       1 -     -       2    mus and Parmley, with 12 stolen bases, while teammate Michael Robertson has nine
TEAM                   82 17 7 1            108      thefts. Doug Bream rounds out the five with seven stolen bases.

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES 2            3 4 5+ Tot           Doug Bream Receives National, Conference Honors
14 BREAM, Doug          6       4 1 -           11        The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) named Liberty se-
5   BREAM, Tyler        5       1 -     -       6    nior outfielder Doug Bream and Clemson junior shortstop Brad Miller National Co-Hitters
4   TAYLOR, Austin      2       1 2 -           5    of the Week, April 12. The Flames outfielder was also selected to the College Baseball
20 RASMUS, Casey        4       -   -   -       4    Foundation’s National All-Star Line-Up, as well as being named the Southeast Regional
7   ROBERTSON, M        3       1 -     -       4    Player of the Week by CollegeBaseballInsider.com and the Big South Player of the Week
1   WILLIAMS, Matt      3       -   - 1         4    for games played through April 10.
16 HALEY, Zack          2       1 -     -       3         During the week, Bream batted .737 (14-19) with six runs scored, eight RBIs, two
24 SIZEMORE, Justin     1       1 1 -           3    doubles, one triple and two walks in four games. The senior had four or more hits in three
18 RICHARDSON, J.       2       -   -   -       2    of the games, including a 5-5 day in a midweek contest with James Madison on April 6.
9   JEFFERSON, Jeff     1       1 -     -       2         After picking up a hit and RBI at High Point on April 8, Bream had four hits in each of
TEAM                   29 10 4 1             45      Liberty’s weekend wins over the Panthers. The outfielder went 4-for-5 and drove in four
                                                     runs in 9-0 win on April 9 and was 4-for-5 with a double and three RBIs in Liberty’s 14-9
HITTING STREAKS        Longest Current               victory on April 10.
20 RASMUS, Casey            12              1             He finished the week with a .762 on-base percentage and a .947 slugging percent-
5   BREAM, Tyler            10              -        age.
1   WILLIAMS, Matt          10              10
7   ROBERTSON, M.           10              1        Doing the Dougie
14 BREAM, Doug              10              10           On April 6, outfielder Doug Bream had a career-high five hits in a 16-12 setback at
15 PARMLEY, Ian             6               3        Worthington Stadium. Bream surpassed his previous career-high of four hits in a 12-7
16 HALEY, Zack              6               6        win over James Madison at Worthington Stadium on April 21, 2010. It is the first time a
4   TAYLOR, Austin          5               5        Liberty Flame has had five hits in game since outfielder Curran Redal in a 14-8 victory
9   JEFFERSON, Jeff         3               -        over High Point in game one of a Big South Conference doubleheader at Worthington
24 SIZEMORE, Justin         3               -        Stadium on April 3, 2010. Bream went 5-for-5 in the contest and scored three runs.
2   GRIMALDI, Marcus        2               -            Later in the week, the senior had two four-hit games in victories at High Point to
17 SYPE, Dalton             2               2        close the week with a .737 batting average.
18 RICHARDSON, Justin 2                     -            The left fielder enters Friday’s contest with a .375 batting average, second only to
11 THOMPSON, Joshua 1                       -        shortstop Matt Williams among the Flames. He ranks eighth in the Big South Confer-
                                                     ence. He leads Liberty and is third in the conference with 37 RBIs.
                                                         With six multiple-hit games in his last eight, Bream is tied with Williams for the team
                                                     led with 18 multi-hit contests. He also leads the team with 11 multi-RBI games. The left
                                                     fielder has raised his batting average 75 points over his last eight contests.

                                                     Williams Moves Up on Career 2Bs List
                                                         Shortstop Matt Williams continues to climb the school’s Top 10 career doubles list.
                                                     With a two doubles over the weekend against Presbyterian College, Williams now has
                                                     47 two-base hits, moving into eighth place on the all-time list. The shortstop is one
                                                     double shy of tying Liberty standout Keith Butler (2000-02) for seventh on the list.
                                                         Former Liberty outfielder Phillip Laurent (2003-06) holds the school career record for
                                                     two-base hits with 68. He also set the single season record with 27 in 2006.
                                                         Williams’ Liberty teammate Tyler Bream has also moved into the Top 10 career dou-
                                                     bles list this season. With 45 two-base hits, Bream ranks 10th on the school’s career list.
         When the Flames ...
                                                        Evans Pitches Way into Record Book
Were at home ............................... 10-5
                                                              With 49 strikeouts on the year, senior left-hander Steven Evans has moved into fourth
Were away.................................... 8-12
Were at a neutral site ..................... 2-0        place on Liberty’s all-time strikeout list with 234. He enters the weekend seven strikeouts
In Day Games............................. 19-13         short of matching former Liberty left-hander David Bechtold (2002-05), who had 241, for
In Night Games............................... 1-4
                                                        third place on the career list. Mike Brown (1994-97) is Liberty’s career strikeout leader with
vs. left-handed starter .................... 2-6        287. Evans is currently tied for fourth in the Big South with 49 strikeouts this season.
vs. right-handed starter............... 18-11                 Evans is also tied for fourth on the program’s career wins list with 23. The senior,
In one-run games .......................... 4-4         who has a career record of 23-10, is tied with Kevin Napier (1983-86) for fourth on the all-
In two-run games ........................... 2-1        time list. The left-hander needs one more win to move into second on the school’s career
In five-plus run games. ................... 8-8          victory list with Tim Harrell (1995-98) and David Harris (1979-83). Liberty standout Lee
Extra innings .................................. 0-1
Shutouts ........................................ 2-1   Guetterman (1978-81) won 29 games during his career to top the Liberty all-time wins list.
                                                              In addition, the senior has moved into the Liberty career innings pitched list’s Top 10
Scored first ................................... 12-5
Opponents scored first. ................ 8-12
                                                        with 277 1/3 innings. Evans begins the weekend in sixth place on the program’s all-time
                                                        list.
Scored in the first inning ................. 6-6               A fixture of the Flames’ pitching staff over the past four years, Evans has a 23-10 ca-
Opp. scored in first inning ............ 5-10
                                                        reer record with a 3.70 ERA. The left-hander has walked 90 batters for a 2.7 to 1 strikeout
Led after the first............................. 6-4     to walk ratio during his career.
Trailed after the first ........................ 4-7
Were tied after the first. ................ 10-6
                                                        It is What I Like About Sunday
Led after the second ....................... 9-5             Too bad none of this weekend’s contests will be played on Sunday. Liberty has found
Trailed after the second .................. 7-8
Were tied after the second ............. 4-4
                                                        the day to their liking this season, posting a 7-1 in games played on Sunday. In its lone
                                                        Sunday loss, Liberty was defeated 5-4 by Coastal Carolina on April 3.
Led after the third ......................... 11-8           In Sunday games, the Flames have outscored their opponents, 51-24, and have a
Trailed after the third ...................... 5-7
Were tied after the third .................. 4-2
                                                        .304 batting average compared to a .235 for their opponents.
                                                             Led by starter Steven Evans, who is 3-0 on Sunday this season, Liberty pitchers have
Led after the fourth ....................... 15-5       posted a 2066 ERA in their eight Sunday games.
Trailed after the fourth .................. 3-11
Were tied after the fourth ................ 2-1              All three Liberty starting outfielders Ian Parmley, Michael Robertson and Doug Bream,
                                                        have also made the most of Sunday play. Parmley has a .391 batting average, with nine
Led after the fifth........................... 16-5      hits in 23 at bats. Robertson has hit .379 with nine RBIs and seven runs scored. The junior
Trailed after the fifth ...................... 1-11
Were tied after the fifth. .................. 3-1        has hit both of his home runs this season on Sunday.
                                                        Bream has posted a .400 batting average on Sunday, with seven RBIs and six runs bat-
Led after the sixth ......................... 15-4
Trailed after the sixth .................... 1-10
                                                        ted in.
Were tied after the sixth.................. 4-3              Meanwhile, shortstop Matt Williams, who leads the Flames with a .385 batting aver-
                                                        age, has hit .400 on the first day of the week. The shortstop has collected 14 hits, includ-
Led after the seventh .................... 17-3
Trailed after the seventh ................. 1-9         ing four doubles. Williams has five RBIs and scored four runs in his eight Sunday games.
Were tied after the seventh ............ 1-4
                                                        Picking Up the Pace
Led after the eighth....................... 18-1
Trailed after the eighth .................. 1-12             With new bats and new rules to speed up time between innings and govern mound
Were tied after the eighth ............... 0-3          visits, the time Flames contests have been played in this season has seen a significant
After winning a game .................... 10-9
                                                        drop. So far this season, Liberty games have run an average of 2:32, compared to 2:49
After losing a game....................... 10-8         at this point in 2010, an 17-minute difference.
                                                             Last season through 37 games, Liberty had already played 11 games which lasted
Out-hit opponent ........................... 15-2
Out-hit by opponent ...................... 3-14
                                                        three hours or longer, with the longest being 3:43 in a 14-13, 10 inning setback to Manhat-
Hits were tied .................................. 2-1   tan on March 20. This season, the Flames have had only four games go over three hours,
                                                        the longest 3:26 in a wild, come-from-behind, 14-9 victory at High Point, April 10. Liberty
Hit a home run ................................ 9-5
Opponents hit a home run ............. 3-9              scored seven times in the ninth inning to erase a 9-7 deficit, en route the win.

Do not hit a home run ................. 11-12
                                                        Are New Bats Affecting Power Numbers?
Opponents do not hit a HR ........... 17-8
                                                             How much has the new bat affected play this season? The Flames have 50 less hits
Wore red uniforms. ......................... 3-2        than last season through 37 games and have seen their extra base hits drop also. The
Wore white pinstripe uniforms ........ 4-3
Wore white uniforms ....................... 4-1
                                                        Flames have 102 extra base hits - 72 doubles, eight triples and 21 home runs, so far in
Wore blue uniforms ........................ 3-6         2011. Liberty has a .409 slugging percentage.
Wore grey uniforms. ....................... 4-1              In comparison at this point last season, the Flames had 26 more extra base hits or
Wore blue BP tops .......................... 2-3
                                                        20% more than this season. Jim Toman’s 2010 club had 128 extra base hits at this point
Played on Tuesday ......................... 2-3         of the season - 94 doubles, eight triples and 26 home runs.
Played on Wednesday.................... 0-3
Played on Thursday........................ 0-0
Played on Friday............................. 5-5
Played on Saturday ........................ 6-5
Played on Sunday .......................... 7-1
                   Team Highs
                                                                 Liberty Sweeps PC
Batting                                                               The Liberty Flames jumped out to a 5-1 lead through the first three innings of game
At bats: ................................................ 44     two and never looked back, defeating the Presbyterian College Blue Hose, 5-2, to com-
WINTHROP (03-26)                                                 plete a sweep of both last Sunday afternoon’s doubleheader at Worthington Stadium
Runs scored:....................................... 16           and the three-game Big South series between the two teams.
WINTHROP (03-26)                                                      In the game two of the twinbill, Liberty totaled 13 hits. Matt Williams, Doug Bream,
Hits:...................................................... 20   Austin Taylor, Justin Richardson and Jeff Jefferson had two hits apiece for the Flames.
TWO TIMES: MR: WINTHROP (03-26)                                       Pitcher Keegan Linza moved to 6-2 on the year, yielding two runs, both unearned,
RBIs: .................................................... 16    on seven hits over the first 5 1/3 innings. Garrett Baker earned his second save of the
WINTHROP (03-26)                                                 season. The junior threw 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief, giving up three hits and strik-
Doubles: ................................................ 5      ing out two batters.
TWO TIMES: MR: WINTHROP (03-26)                                       In game one, Richardson belted a career-high two home runs and Bream added
Triples: ................................................... 1   another round tripper, powering the Flames past the Blue Hose, 7-1. It is the first time
FIVE TIMES                                                       this season, the Flames have hit three home runs in a game. In addition, Richardson
Home runs:............................................ 3         became the first Liberty player to hit more than one round tripper in a contest this sea-
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (04-17)                                     son.
Total bases: ......................................... 33             Bream hit his first home run of the season in the third inning, while designated hitter
WINTHROP (03-26)                                                 Richardson hit his first home run leading off the fourth. The Liberty designated hitter hit
Walks: .................................................... 7    his second solo home run of the game in the sixth.
TWO TIMES - MR: VIRGINIA TECH (03-22)                                 Liberty starter Steven Evans moved to 4-3 on the season, allowing one run on six
Strikeouts: ............................................11       hits over seven innings. Jacob Kemmerer and Mark Swanson pitched scoreless innings
at Coastal Carolina (04-03)
                                                                 to close out the win.
Sac hits:................................................. 3
                                                                      After the visiting Presbyterian College Blue Hose took a lead in the top of the sev-
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (04-15)
                                                                 enth, Liberty struck for three runs in the bottom of the inning, en route to a 6-5 victory,
Sac flies: ................................................ 2
                                                                 last Friday night in the opening game of the series.
at East Carolina ((03-13)
                                                                      Liberty had nine hits in the contest. The Flames’ three, four and five hitters each
Stolen bases: ........................................ 6
                                                                 had two hits, as Williams, Doug Bream and Tyler Bream had a pair of hits apiece. Sec-
TWO TIMES - MR: WINTHROP (03-26)
                                                                 ond baseman Zach Haley also had two hits for Liberty. Doug Bream drove in three runs
Hit by pitch: ........................................... 3
                                                                 for the Flames.
at Coastal Carolina (04-02)
                                                                      Dane Beakler allowed one hit over 2/3 of an inning to pick up his first win of the year
Runners LOB: ..................................... 14
                                                                 to move to 1-0. Baker pitched the final 1 1/3 innings to earn his first save of the season.
at Mercer (02-19)
                                                                 He retired all four batters he faced, including inducing an inning-ending double play in
Hit into DP: ............................................ 3
                                                                 the eighth inning.
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (04-15)

                                                                 Flames Take Series From High Point with Big Ninth
Fielding
                                                                      Down by two runs, the Liberty Flames erupted for seven runs in the ninth inning for
Errors ..................................................... 4
                                                                 a 14-9 victory over the High Point Panthers, April 10, in a Big South Conference contest
WILLIAM & MARY (03-08)
                                                                 at Coy O. Willard Stadium. With the win, the Flames took the weekend series.
DPs turned ............................................ 3
WINTHROP (03-26)
                                                                      Trailing 9-7, Liberty pounced on High Point relief pitching, batting around in the top
                                                                 of the ninth inning to take the lead. The Flames scored seven runs on seven hits and an
Pitching
                                                                 error to erase the host team’s edge.
Runs allowed: ..................................... 17
                                                                      Liberty had 19 hits in the game. For the second consecutive day, outfielder Doug
TWO TIMES - MR: at Coastal Carolina
                                                                 Bream had four hits to lead all players in the contest. The Liberty left fielder hit .643
Earned runs: ....................................... 16
                                                                 during the three-game series against the Panthers. Center fielder Ian Parmley, right
TWO TIMES - MR: at Coastal Carolina
                                                                 fielder Michael Robertson and shortstop Matt Williams each had three hits apiece for
Walks allowed: ...................................... 8
                                                                 the Flames.
at North Florida (02-26)
                                                                      Reliever Mark Swanson evened his record at 1-1 on the year. After entering the
Strikeouts: ........................................... 12       contest with runners on second and third base and no one out, the senior right-hander
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (03/20)                                      kept the Flames close, pitching 3 1/3 scoreless innings of relief.
Hits allowed: ....................................... 19
at Mercer (02-19)                                                Niggli Delivers
Doubles allowed: .................................. 4                 Liberty right-hander John Niggli held High Point in check over eight innings, as the
TWO TIMES - MR: BINGHAMTON (03-05)                               Flames downed the Panthers, 9-0, April 9 in a Big South contest at Coy O. Willard Sta-
Homers allowed: ................................... 8            dium.
at Mercer (02-19)                                                     Niggli was in control throughout the first eight innings of the contest, scattering three
Wild pitches: ......................................... 4        hits. He allowed only two High Point runners to move into scoring position throughout
WILLIAM & MARY (03-08)                                           his time on the mound, before giving way to relief pitcher Jacob Kemmerer. The right-
Hit batters:............................................. 5      hander struck out two batters and walked one, running his record to 4-2 on the year.
at Coastal Carolina (04-01)                                      After allowing a hit to the leadoff batter in the fourth inning, he did not allow another hit
                                                                 until two outs into his final inning, the eighth.
MR: - Most Recently                                                   Niggli and Kemmerer combined to pitch the second shutout by the Flames pitching
                                                                 staff this season.
             2011 NCAA Rankings
                          (as of 4/17)                                 Breams Big at VCU
                                                                           Liberty third baseman Tyler Bream hit a two-run home run and drove in three
Team (288 Ranked)
                                                                       runs and left fielder Doug Bream had three RBIs in an 11-1 Flames victory over
Category...................................... Rank ....Actual
                                                                       the VCU Rams, March 29 at the Diamond in Richmond, Va.
Batting Average ........................... 89 ........0.290
Scoring ........................................ 110 ......5.9
                                                                           Tyler Bream hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, with Doug aboard to
Runs ............................................ 95 ........214.0     give the Flames a 6-1 advantage. It was one of two hits the third baseman had
Hits .............................................. 73 ........360.0   on the day. Doug Bream also had two hits in the game.
Doubles Per Game ..................... 90 ........1.92                     Catcher Cody Rasmus had three hits and scored three runs for Liberty, which
Doubles ....................................... 75 ........69.0        had 12 hits in the game. Shortstop Matt Williams and designated hitter Marcus
Triples Per Game ........................ 144 ......0.22               Grimaldi had two hits each.
Triples .......................................... 126 ......8.0
Home Runs Per Game ............... 93 ........0.56                     Flames Take Series with Season-High in Runs
Home Runs ................................. 78 ........20.0
                                                                            Shortstop Matt Williams drove in five runs with four hits, including one a home
Slugging Percentage ................... 99 ........0.407
                                                                       run, as the Liberty Flames cranked out a season-high for runs in a 16-7 victory
Stolen Bases Per Game ............. 9 ..........2.08
                                                                       over the Winthrop Eagles in the final game of a three-game Big South series, this
Stolen Bases ............................... 7 ..........75.0
Base on Balls .............................. 221 ......106.0
                                                                       March 26 at Worthington Stadium. The win allowed the Flames to take the three-
Sacrifice Bunts ............................ 166 ......22.0             game series, two games to one, and start the season 5-1 in the Big South.
Hit by Pitch .................................. 148 ......34.0              In the contest, the Flames scored a season-high 16 runs, eclipsing their previ-
Sacrifice Flies .............................. 61 .........17.0         ous high in a 12-2 win over Binghamton on March 4. In addition, Liberty tied their
Earned Run Average ................... 169.......4.87                  season-high for hits in a contest with 20. Every member of the Liberty batting
Strikeouts Per Nine Innings ........ 223 ......6.1                     order had at least one hit in the contest.
Hits Allowed Per Nine Innings ..... 167.......9.91                          Outfielder Michael Robertson and first baseman Jeff Jefferson each had three
Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings .. 26 ........2.75                      hits in the contest. Jefferson also scored twice and drove in three runs. Austin
Fielding Percentage .................... 117 .......0.966
                                                                       Taylor hit a three-run home run and drove in four runs for the Flames.
Double Plays Per Game ............. 148 ......0.78
                                                                            Steven Evans was the beneficiary of the Liberty scoring outburst, evening
Double Plays ............................... 121 ......28.0
                                                                       his record at 3-3 on the year. The senior allowed one run on two hits over 6 1/3
WL Pct ......................................... 117 .......0.556
                                                                       innings.
Individual – Top 100                                                        The day before, the Flames opened the series with a 5-2 win over the Eagles
Hits                                                                   in game one of a doubleheader. Right-hander Keegan Linza held the Eagles in
Doug Bream ................................. 35 .........56.0          check to record his fourth complete game of his career and run his season mark
Matt Williams ............................... 57 ........54.0          to 5-0. The senior allowed two runs on nine hits, striking out five and walking two
                                                                       batters. It was the third consecutive start that Linza , against Rutgers, Charleston
Doubles Per Game                                                       Southern and Winthrop.
Matt Williams ................................ 93 .........0.37             Robertson went 2-for-2 with a walk, an RBI and two runs scored for the
                                                                       Flames. Outfielder Doug Bream added two hits and two RBIs in the game.
Doubles
Doug Bream ................................. 59 .........13.0
                                                                       Complete Games Highlight Sweep
Matt Williams ................................ 59 .........13.0
                                                                            Each of Liberty’s starting pitchers of its three-game Big South series pitched
RBI                                                                    a complete game, keying a sweep of the Charleston Southern Buccaneers in the
Doug Bream ................................. 72 .........36.0          first conference series of the year, March 18-20.
                                                                            After allowing a combined four runs the previous week at the Keith LeClair
Stolen Bases Per Game                                                  Classic, Liberty starters, Keegan Linza, John Niggli and Steven Evans once again
Casey Rasmus............................. 20 .........0.57             turned the trick, holding the Buccaneers to four runs over the entire three-game
                                                                       series.
Stolen Bases                                                                Linza got things started, Friday. The senior right-hander outdueled his
Casey Rasmus ............................ 40 ........17.0
                                                                       Charleston Southern counterpart, going the distance in his second consecutive
Ian Parmley ................................. 50 ........16.0
                                                                       outing in a 2-1 win.
                                                                       Linza allowed one run on eight hits, striking out a career-high 10 to run his record
Toughest to Strike Out (SO/AB)
Doug Bream ................................ 48 ........14.9
                                                                       to 4-0 on the year.
                                                                            Niggli followed-up with a gem of his own on Saturday afternoon. The junior
Sacrifice Flies                                                         right-hander threw his first complete game in a Liberty uniform in a 5-1 victory.
Tyler Bream ................................. 1 ..........7.0          Niggli gave up one run on five hits, striking out four. From the third inning on, the
                                                                       junior dominated, not allowing a Charleston Southern hit until a two-out infield
Victories                                                              single in the ninth inning. During the stretch, the Liberty right-hander allowed only
Keegan Linza .............................. 26 ........6.0             two runners to reach, on a walk in the fifth and another walk in the sixth inning.
                                                                            On Sunday, Evans made it three consecutive complete games, pitching his
Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings
                                                                       first of the season and the fifth of his career in a 5-2 victory over the Buccaneers.
Garett Baker ................................ 13 ........0.77
                                                                       He allowed two runs on six hits, fanning 12 to set a new career-high and walked
John Niggli ................................... 97 .........1.73
                                                                       one.
        2011 Big South
        Batting Leaders            Baker Comes Up Big at Maryland
         (through 4/21)                 A strong relief appearance by Garrett Baker and seven extra base hits propelled the
                                   Liberty Flames past the Maryland Terrapins, 11-4, March 15 at Smith Stadium in College
Average
Name, Team                  AVG    Park, Md.
1. Brad Zebedis, PC         .426        Baker entered the contest with the bases loaded, no one out and one run already in
2. Steve Antolik, HPU       .396   for Maryland in the first inning and quickly restored order in the contest. The junior allowed
3. Dusty Quattlebaum, GWU   .392
   Sam Roberts, VMI         .392   only an unearned run, scattering three hits over eight effective innings. The left-hander
5. Tommy La Stella, CCU     .387   struck out five and walked none, running his record to 2-0. He retired seven consecutive
                                   batters from the second through the fourth inning and later, finished his outing by setting
Runs Scored
Name, Team                  R      down 12 Terrapins in order.
1. Scott Woodward, CCU      39          Despite trailing 3-0 after one inning, the Flames answered with four runs in the third
2. Daniel Merck, GWU        37     inning to take a lead they never relinquished. In the frame, second baseman Zach Haley
3. Tommy La Stella, CCU     36
   Aaron Miller, GWU        36     and first baseman Jeff Jefferson hit solo home runs. For Haley, it was his first of the sea-
5. Sam Roberts, VMI         34     son, while Jefferson’s round tripper was his second on the year.
                                        Haley led all players in the contest with three hits, including two extra base hits. One
Hits
Name, Team                         of left fielder Doug Bream’s two hits in the game was a bases-clearing double.
1. Brad Zebedis, PC         63
2. Steve Antolik, HPU       61     Pitchers Lead the Way at LeClair Classic
3. Doug Bream, LIB          57
   Matt Williams, LIB       57          Liberty captured the 2011 Keith LeClair Classic in Greenville, N.C., March 11-13 with a
5. Sam Roberts, VMI         56     3-0 record. Keying the title run were the efforts of Flames starting pitchers Keegan Linza,
                                   John Niggli and Steven Evans.
RBI
Name, Team                              Linza got things started on March 11, firing the first complete game of the season by a
1. Tommy La Stella, CCU     47     Liberty starting pitcher in a 5-2 victory over Rutgers. The senior right-hander allowed two
2. Brad Zebedis, PC         38     runs on seven hits, striking out five and not walking a Scarlet Knight batter.
3. Doug Bream, LIB          37
4. Jake Watts, GWU          36          Linza retired the first 10 Scarlet Knight batters to face him in the contest and did not
   Tony Micklon, PC         36     allow a runner past second base until the seventh inning, when Rutgers scored its first run
                                   of the contest. With the win, he runs his record to 3-0 on the year.
Doubles                                 The following day, right-hander John Niggli pitched seven strong innings to pick up his
Name, Team                         second victory of the year in a 4-3 win over Monmouth. The junior gave up two runs on six
1. Dusty Quattlebaum, GWU   18     hits, striking out one and walking none over the first seven innings, before being relieved
2. Brad Zebedis, PC         16
3. Steve Antolik, HPU       15     by Garrett Baker. He followed with 1 2/3 innings of relief, allowing a run on one hit. J.J.
4. Tony Micklon, PC         14     McLeod faced one batter, getting the final out of the contest to earn his first save of the
   Scott Woodward, CCU      14     year.
Triples                                 Left-hander Steven Evans capped the weekend by handcuffing the host East Carolina
Name, Team                         Pirates in his longest outing of the year, propelling the Liberty Flames to a 2-0 victory,
1. Andrew Williams, PC       4     March 13. The senior left-hander held the Pirate hitters in check during his outing, scatter-
2. Doug Bream, LIB           3
   Matt Mack, RU             3     ing four hits over 7 1/3 scoreless innings to pick up his first victory of 2011. The left-hander
   Tommy La Stella, CCU      3     struck out a season-high nine batters and walked three, running his record to 1-3 on the
5. 11 tied at                2     season. He retired the last eight batters he faced, before giving way to reliever Dane Beak-
Home Runs                          ler with one out. Beakler completed the shutout with 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief, as
Name, Team                         Liberty claimed the title.
1. Tommy La Stella, CCU      9
   Brad Zebedis, PC          9
   Tony Micklon, PC          9     Flames Belt 20 in Game as Bats Come Alive vs. Binghamton
4. Derek Smith, CSU          8           In its home opener on March 4, Liberty pounded out 20 hits, a season-high in a 12-2
5. Daniel Bowman, CCU        7     win over the Bearcats in the first game of the year at Worthington Stadium. The last time
Stolen Bases                       the Flames had 20 or more hits in a single game since Liberty belted 21 hits in a 16-9,
Name, Team                         10-inning victory at Presbyterian College on April 25, 2010.
1. Scott Woodward, CCU      23          The Flames hit .396 as team during the three-game series with Binghamton and aver-
   Matt Hillsinger, RU      20
3. Casey Rasmus, LIB        17
                                   aged 9.3 runs per game.
4. Ian Parmley, LIB         16          Leading the way during the series was catcher Casey Rasmus, who hit .545 and tied
5. Brantley Meier, CSU      14     for the team-high in hits with six. The junior ripped his first home run of the season and
                                   scored four times during the three-game series.
                                        Third baseman Tyler Bream and shortstop Matt Williams also had six hits during the
                                   weekend series. Williams hit his first round tripper of the year and had a double and triple
                                   among his hits.
                                        In addition, infielders Austin Taylor and Justin Sizemore helped power the Liberty of-
                                   fense with big offensive weekends. Taylor hit .444 (4/9) with a double and two home runs,
                                   driving in a team-high seven runs during the series. Sizemore belted his first home run of
                                   the year and had five RBIs for the Flames.
        2011 Big South
       Pitching Leaders             California Dreaming
        (through 4/21)                   Six 2011 Flames hail from the Golden State, the second highest number on the
                                    roster next to Liberty’s home state of Virginia. Seven members of the Liberty roster are
ERA
Name, Team                   ERA    natives of Virginia. Four Flames each hail from the states of Florida, Georgia, North Caro-
1. Matt Rein, CCU            1.60   lina and Washington, while three are Pennsylvania natives. States also represented
2. Keegan Linza, LIB         2.54   on the Liberty roster are Alabama, Arizona, New York, South Carolina and Tennessee.
3. Coby Cowgill, VMI         2.55
4. Anthony Meo, CCU          2.64
5. Bobby Bowling, RAD        2.65   Connections - Part I
                                        Three Liberty Flames, catcher Casey Rasmus, third baseman Tyler Bream and in-
Victories
Name, Team                   WINS
                                    fielder Austin Taylor, each have connections to Major League Baseball through family
1. Keegan Linza, LIB          6     members.
2. Matt Rein, CCU             5         Rasmus, a junior, is in his first season as a member of the Liberty roster. His brother
   Eric Ruth, WU              5
   Eddie Butler, RU           5
                                    Colby is a member of the St. Louis Cardinals and enters his third season as an outfielder
   Anthony Meo, CCU           5     with the team in 2011.
   Conner Scarborough, GWU    5         Bream, also a junior, is the son of former major leaguer Sid Bream. Sid Bream, a
Innings Pitched
                                    Liberty standout during his collegiate days, played 12 seasons in the majors (1983-94)
Name, Team                    IP    with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros.
1. Jordan Pace, PC           67.0       Taylor, a senior, is the nephew of former major leaguer Bill Taylor. Bill Taylor spent
2. Keegan Linza, LIB         63.2
3. Cody Allen, HPU           60.1
                                    parts of eight seasons with the Oakland A’s, New York Mets and Tampa Bay Rays.
4. Buck Mosteller, PC        59.0
5. Anthony Meo, CCU          58.0   Connections - Part II
Appearances
                                         Three Flames are carrying on a family tradition, as a member of their family formerly
Name, Team                   APP    played baseball at Liberty.
1. Charlie McCready, CSU      21         First baseman/outfielder Doug Bream’s uncle Dave was a member of the Liberty
2. Travis Thomas, VMI         19
   Chandler Knox, PC          19
                                    baseball program from 1982-85.
   Ryan Connolly, CCU         19         Third baseman Tyler Bream’s father, Sid, and two uncles, Dave and Sheldon, were
                                    members of the Flames. Sid, who went on to play in the major leagues, was a standout
Strikeouts
Name, Team                   SO
                                    for Liberty on the diamond from 1979-81. The first baseman and Liberty Athletics Hall
1.Cody Allen, HPU            64     of Fame member was named a NAIA and NABC All-American in 1981, as the Flames
2. Anthony Meo, CCU          58     reached the NAIA National Tournament.
3. Bobby Bolling, RU         53
4. Ryan Dull, ASH            49
                                         Bream’s uncles, Dave and Sheldon, were also members of the Flames baseball team
   Steven Evans, LIB         49     during their college days. Dave played infield for Liberty from 1982-85, while Sheldon
                                    was an outfielder with the Flames from 1989-93. Tyler and Doug are second cousins.
Saves
                                         Meanwhile, pitcher Garrett Baker begins his first season at Liberty. The junior left-
Name, Team                   SV     hander’s brothers, Jason and Steve, played for the Flames. Jason patrolled the outfield
1. Abram Williams, RU        10     for the Flames from 1993-95, earning first team All-Big South honors in 1995. Steve was
2. Corey, Deighan, CSU        5
3. Chandler Knox, PC          4
                                    also an outfielder at Liberty from 1999-02. He was named to the Big South all-conference
   Tommy Lawrence, WU         4     second team in 2002.
   Jeff Howell, GWU           4
   Adam Izokovic, GWU         4
   Sam Roberts, VMI           4
                                    MLB Draft Picks Dot Roster
   Michael Devine, VMI        4         A trio of players, who are on the Liberty roster for 2011, have been selected in the
                                    Major League Baseball Draft. Senior Austin Taylor and juniors Michael Robertson and
Opp. Batting Avg.
Name, Team
                                    Tony McClendon have each been selected in a Major League Draft.
1. Cody Cowgill, VMI         .192       Taylor, an infielder, was drafted out of Thomas County Central High School by the
2. Matt Rein, CCU            .197   Cincinnati Reds in 2007. The junior college transfer was taken in the 43rd round.
3. Patrick Dolan, CSU        .200
4. Brandon Boling, GWU       .216
                                        Robertson was also picked in the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds in 2009. The
5. John Niggli, LIB          .220   outfielder was selected in the 40th round of the draft.
                                        McClendon, in his first year as a Flame, has been selected in two different MLB
                                    Drafts. The outfielder was taken in 2008 by the Houston Astros in the 40th round. Last
                                    year, McClendon was chosen by the Oakland A’s in the 47th round.

                                    The Captains
                                        Seniors Jeff Jefferson, Mark Swanson and Steven Evans, along with junior Tyler
                                    Bream have been chosen as captains for the 2011 Liberty Baseball team. The four were
                                    selected by virtue of a team vote.
The Last Time

By Liberty
Back-to-Back Home Runs - Curran Redal and Doug Bream connected for back-to-back home runs to lead off the fifth inning,
putting Liberty in front 8-4 over Presbyterian at Worthington Stadium, March 29, 2009. The home runs were two of the Flames’
three home runs in the frame, as first baseman Trey Wimmer later hit a three-run home run. The Flames went on to defeat
the Blue Hose, 14-7.

Five or More RBIs in a Game - Shortstop Matt Williams drove in five runs with four hits in a 16-7 Liberty win over the Winthrop
Eagles, March 26 at Worthington Stadium. Williams had a two-run single in the fifth inning, a home run leading off the sixth and
a two-run double in the seventh, as the Flames scored a season-high 16 runs.

Inside the Park Home Run - Kenneth Negron belted a liner into the right field gap which glanced off the Coastal Carolina right
fielder’s glove to cash in two runners at Charles Watson Stadium in Conway, S.C. on April 28, 2007. When the ball rolled all the
way to the wall, the Liberty second baseman came home and scored standing up for his first home run of the season, knotting
the back-and-forth contest with the No. 19 Chanticleers at 7-7. Coastal Carolina rallied in the bottom of the eighth inning to take
the contest, 9-7.

Grand Slam Home Run - Trailing 9-5 in the seventh inning, catcher Errol Hollinger drove a 1-0 pitch over the left field wall at
Masters Field in Boiling Springs, N.C., tying the visiting Flames with the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs, April 26, 2009. Liberty was
down 9-3 in the contest after six innings. The Flames later won the game in the 11th inning, 10-9, on a lead-off home run by
first baseman Trey Wimmer.

Cycle - Third baseman Chad Miller hit for the cycle in his first four at bats as the Flames downed the Longwood Lancers, 8-0,
April 18, 2006 in a non-conference contest at Worthington Stadium. Miller led off the home half of the first inning with a home
run and in the second, drove in a run with a double to the wall off the left field wall. In the fourth, the third baseman singled and
completed the cycle in the sixth inning with a triple. Miller had two RBIs and scored four runs in the contest.

No-Hitter - Dan Valentin pitched a seven-inning no-hitter against Elon on April 16, 2000, at Worthington Stadium, marking the
first no-hitter by a Flames pitcher in 20 years. Valentin walked seven batters and struck out eight in the game to give Liberty a
4-0 win. This game sparked three-consecutive shutouts for Valentin, during a span of 29-consecutive scoreless innings.

Shutout - Liberty right-hander John Niggli held High Point in check over eight innings, as the Flames downed the Panthers, 9-0,
Saturday afternoon in a Big South contest at Coy O. Willard Stadium. Jacob Kemmerer pitched a scoreless ninth inning, striking
out the final two batters of the contest to complete the shutout. It was second blanking of an opponent by the Flames in 2011.

Triple Play - Liberty has never recorded a triple play.

By an Opponent

Back-to-Back Home Runs - Mercer catcher Travis Benn and left fielder Derrick Workman led off the third inning with back-to-
back home runs during the second game of a doubleheader, Feb., 19, 2011 at Claude Smith Field in Macon, Ga. The Bears
went on to take the contest from the Flames, 17-5.

Five or More RBIs in a Game - Coastal Carolina right fielder Daniel Bowman drove in six runs in a 17-1 Chanticleer victory over
Liberty, April 1 at Charles Watson Stadium in Conway, S.C. Bowman had two hits, a three-run home run and a two-run single.
He also brought in a run with a squeeze bunt in the contest.

Grand Slam Home Run - Binghamton third baseman Jordan Smucker connected for a grand slam in the top of the seventh in-
ning in the first game of a doubleheader, March 5 at Worthington Stadium. In the game, the Bearcats defeated the Flames, 12-7.

No-Hitter - UNC Asheville’s Jason Walker pitched a seven-inning no-hitter against the Flames on April 29, 2000, at Greenwood
Field in Asheville, N.C. Walker allowed two walks and struck out four, leading the Bulldogs to a 3-0 win. The game marked the
only shutout against the Flames on the season and the first no-hitter thrown against Liberty since 1992.

Shutout - North Florida pitchers Casey Medlen and Tyler Moore combined to hold Liberty to three hits, to shut out the Flames,
5-0, Feb. 25 in the opening game of a four-game series between the two teams at Harmon Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla.
Medlen, the starter, allowed two hits, striking out seven and walking one in the win.

Triple Play - Leading 6-4 with a runner on first and second to open the fourth inning, Patrick Gaillard hit a line drive which High
Point second baseman Dustin Hoffman caught. Hoffman then tagged second and threw quickly to first to complete the triple
play. The Flames went on to win the Big South Championship game, 9-7, on May 25, 2006 at Charles Watson Stadium in Con-
way, S.C.
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         #25 JOHN NIGGLI
                                     RHP, 6-4, 185, R/R, Jr.
                                     Tulare, Calif.




P i      School: Pl d two            t
Previous S h l Played t years at College of the
Sequoias … unanimous all-Central Valley Confer-
ence first-team selection and CVC Pitcher of the
Year runner-up in 2010 … posted a 6-2 record with
a 2.01 ERA over a team-leading 80 2/3 innings …
his ERA was third-best in the conference … Prep:
Graduated from Tulare Union High School … helped
lead team to 2008 East Yosemite League (EYL) title
with an 8-2 record and a 2.44 ERA as a senior …
garnered All-Tulare County honors as well as being
named EYL Pitcher of the Year, first team All-EYL
and an East/West All-Star … also played shortstop …
Personal: Majoring in kinesiology.




                                       Niggli Game by Game - 2011
                                       Date OPPONENT           GS    IP  H    R ER BB SO 2B   3B HR WP BK HBP   Score   W   L   ERA
                                       2-18 at Mercer                0.2 0     0 0 0 0 0       0 0   0  0  0     4-6    0   0   0.00
                                       2-25 at North Florida         1.2 0     0 0 0 0 0       0 0   0  0  0     0-5    0   0   0.00
                                       2-27 at North Florida   *     6.0 4     1 1 2 5 1       0 0   0  0  1     9-1    1   0   1.08
                                       3-5 Binghamton          *     4.0 8     6 6 2 0 2       0 0   0  0  0    7-12    1   1   5.11
                                       3-11 vs. Monmouth       *     7.0 6     2 2 0 1 0       0 0   0  0  1     4-3    2   1   4.19
                                       3-19 Charleston So.     *     9.0 5    1 1 2 4 0        0 0   1  0  0     5-1    3   1   3.18
                                       3-25 Winthrop           *     8.2 7     2 1 2 7 0       0 0   0  0  1     1-2    3   2   2.68
                                       4-2 Coastal Carolina    *     5.2 7    4 4 1 2 1        0 3   0  0  2     4-5    3   2   3.16
                                       4-9 at High Point       *     8.0 3     0 0 1 2 0       0 0   1  0  2     9-0    4   2   2.66
                                       4-15 Presbyterian       *     6.2 6     5 4 1 4 2       1 0   0  0  0     6-5    4   2   2.98
                                       Totals                       57.1 46   21 19 11 25 6    1 3   2  0  7    49-40   4   2   2.98
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         #21 STEVEN EVANS
                                                 LHP, 6-4, 215, L/L, Sr.
                                                 Amherst, Va.
                                                                           Evans Career Statistics
                                                                           Year     G/GS    CG SV SHO IP    H   R  ER        ERA    BB    SO W-L
                                                                           2011      10/9    1 0 0/1 55.1 53 29 25           4.07   19   49 4-3
                                                                           2010     15/14    2 0 0/0 89.2 91 35 30           3.01   25   85 9-2
                                                                           2009     16/12    2 1 0/0 72.2 82 43 32           3.96   26   45 7-2
                                                                           2008      20/6    0 3 0/0 59.2 55 28 27           4.07   20   55 3-3
                                                                           Totals   61/41    5 4 0/1 277.1 281 135 114       3.70   90   234 23-10
                                                 2
                                                 2010: Appeared in 15 games,
                                                 with 14 starts…posted a 9-2
                                                 w
               3.01
record with a 3 01 ERA over 89 2/3 innings … s   struck out 85 and walked 25 …
pitched two complete games …third in the Big South in ERA… fourth in the
conference in wins … also ranked sixth in the league in innings pitched and
strikeouts … allowed two runs on six hits over 6 2/3 innings, striking out four
and walking one in a 12-2 victory at UNC Wilmington (2/28) … gave up four
runs on eight hits, striking out season-high 11 over seven innings during a
16-9, 10 inning win at Presbyterian College (4/25) …allowed two runs on
six hits over 5 2/3 innings, striking out nine in a 7-5 triumph at Charleston
Southern (5/7)…pitched eight shutout innings, allowing five hits and striking
out nine in an 8-2 victory at Winthrop (5/20)…went the distance, giving up
two runs on seven hits, striking out nine and walking one in a 7-2 victory over
Winthrop in Liberty’s opening game of the Big South Baseball Championship
(5/26) …was named to the 2010 Big South All-Tournament team … named
to Big South Presidential Honor Roll … 2009: Appeared in 16 games, with 12
starts … went 7-2 with one save and a 3.96 ERA over 72 2/3 innings … struck
                                                                                                                    Career Game Highs
out 45 and walked 26 batters … pitched two complete games … seventh in
the Big South Conference in wins and ERA … gave up two runs on six hits over                                        Innings Pitched: 9.0
seven innings, striking out six and walking one in a 3-2 win over Mercer at                                                  Charleston So. 3/20/11
the Coca-Cola Classic (2/22) … allowed one earned run on seven hits, striking                                                  at Winthrop 5/26/10
out four hitters over 6 2/3 frames in a 12-2 win over Temple (3/6) … earned                                                    Presbyterian 3/27/09
a save with 1 1/3 innings of relief in 6-3 victory over Duke (3/10)…went the                                                  at High Point 3/21/09
distance, allowing three runs on nine hits in a 7 -3 win at High Point (3/21)
… gave up one run on six hits, striking out six and walking one in a complete                                       Runs Allowed: 0
game, 2-1, victory over Presbyterian (3/27) …allowed two runs on five hits                                           at East Carolina 3/13/11 (7.1 inn.)
and struck out five over six innings in 11-4 win over UNC Asheville (4/11) in                                            at Winthrop 5/26/10 (8 inn.)
the second game of a doubleheader… 2008: Appeared in 20 games, with six
starts … posted a 3-3 record with three saves and a 4.07 ERA in 59 2/3 innings
                                                                                                                    Strikeouts: 12
… had a 2.75 strikeout-to-walk ratio, striking out 55 and walking 20 …struck
out six and walked none in three innings of hitless, shutout relief in game one
                                                                                                                            Charleston So. 3/20/11
of a doubleheader against Columbia (3/21) … scattered seven hits, allowing
one run over six innings to record his first collegiate win in an 11-4 win at
UNC Asheville (4/6)…allowed two runs on six hits, striking out 10 over 7 2/3
innings in a 13-3 victory at William & Mary (4/15) … earned his first college
save by retiring the final two batters in a 7-6 win at Winthrop (4/26) … picked
up a save with a scoreless eighth and ninth in 7-6 victory at Virginia Tech (5/7)
… shut down High Point, allowing no runs or hits, striking out three over the
final 2 2/3 innings in a 5-4 win (5/17) … gave
up one run on three hits, striking 45 out            Evans Game by Game - 2011
seven over eight innings in a 13-1 victory           Date OPPONENT          GS IP       H R     ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP Score        W   L   ERA
over Coastal Carolina to force a second game         2-18 at Mercer          * 6.0       7 4     4 1 4 4 0 0 0 0         1   4-6         0   0   6.00
for the conference title at the Big South            2-25 at North Florida   * 5.1      7 5      4 2 8 1 0 1 1 0         1   0-5         0   1   6.35
Championship (5/24) … selected to the Big            3-2 at Virginia Tech    * 4.2      5 5      2 4 0 2 0 0 0 0         0   1-9         0   2   5.62
South All-Tournament team … pitched in the           3-8 William & Mary           1.0   3 1      1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0         1  9-10         0   3   5.82
Coastal Plains League during the summer              3-13 at East Carolina   * 7.1      3 0      0 3 9 0 0 0 1 0         1   2-0         1   3   4.07
… Prep: Graduate of Amherst County High              3-20 Charleston So.     * 9.0      6 2      2 1 12 0 1 0 0 0        2   5-2         2   3   3.51
School … named first team All-Region III and          3-26 Winthrop           * 6.1      2 1      1 3 6 0 0 0 0 0         1  16-7         3   3   3.18
All-Seminole District as a senior … selected         4-3 at Coastal Carolina * 7.0      9 4      4 0 6 1 1 0 0 0         4   4-5         3   3   3.47
to Heritage Invitational All-Tournament team         4-10 at High Point      * 1.2      5 6      6 1 1 1 0 0 0 0         3  14-9         3   3   4.47
as a junior and senior…also a member of              4-17 Presbyterian       * 7.0       6 1     1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0         1   7-1         4   3   4.07
the golf and basketball teams ... Personal:          Totals                      55.1   53 29   25 19 49 10 2 1 3 1 14 62-54             4   3   4.07
Majoring in business management.
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         #47 KEEGAN LINZA
                                                 RHP, 6-6, 225, R/R, Sr.
                                                 Salisbury, N.C.
                                                                             Keegan Linza Career Statistics
                                                                             Year     G/GS      CG SV    SHO IP       H    R    ER   ERA       BB   SO   W-L
                                                                             2011      9/9       3 0     0/0 63.2    69    29   18   2.54      13   42   6-2
                                                                             2010     14/12      1 0     0/1 64.2    67    41   38   5.29      34   44   8-0
                                                                             Totals   23/21      4 0     0/1 128.1   136   70   56   3.93      47   86   14-2




2010: Appeared in 14 games, with 12 starts … went 8-0 with
a 5.29 ERA over 64 2/3 innings … struck out 44 and walked
34 … tied for fifth in the Big South in wins … went six innings,
yielding one run on two hits, striking out eight in an 11-2
triumph at Kennesaw State (2/20) … allowed one run on four
hits over seven innings in a 6-3 win over Lehigh at the Hughes
Brothers Challenge (2/27) … went the distance, allowing three
runs and striking out six in a 7-3 win in the second game of a
doubleheader at UNC Asheville (3/27) … gave up one run on five
hits, striking out six in 5 1/3 innings in a 3-1 victory at Radford
(4/10) … named to Big South Presidential Honor Roll …Previous
School: Attended Northwest Florida State College … in 2009, he
posted a 5-3 record with a 3.67 ERA over 76 innings … averaged
a strikeout an inning, striking out 76 batters, while walking 27
… named first team All-Panhandle Conference in 2009 … Prep:
Graduate of North Rowan High School … named all-county and
all-conference as a junior and senior … named Central Carolinas
Conference Offensive Player of the Year for football in 2005 …
Personal: Majoring in sport management                                                                                          Career Game Highs
                                                                                                                                Innings Pitched: 9.0
                                                                                                                                        Winthrop 3/26/11
                                                                                                                                    Charleston So. 3/20/11
                                                                                                                                       vs. Rutgers 3/11/11
                                                                                                                                  at UNC Asheville 3/27/10

                                                                                                                                Runs Allowed: 1
                                                                                                                                              Four Times

                                                                                                                                Strikeouts: 10
                                                                                                                                    Charleston So. 3/20/11

                                                   Linza Game by Game - 2011
                                                   Date OPPONENT              GS    IP    H    R    ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP        Score    W    L   ERA
                                                   2-20 at Mercer             *     5.1    4   4     4 2 5 3 0      1  0  0  0          5-4     0    0   6.75
                                                   2-26 at North Florida      *     7.1   8    2     2 2 5 0 0      0  0  0  1          4-2     1    0   4.26
                                                   3-4 Binghamton             *     8.0    8   2     1 1 3 0 0      0  0  0  1         12-2     2    0   3.05
                                                   3-11 vs. Rutgers           *     9.0    7    2    2 0 5 1 0      0  0  0  0          5-2     3    0   2.73
                                                   3-18 Charleston So.        *     9.0   8    1     1 1 10 0 0     0  1  0  0          2-1     4    0   2.33
                                                   3-25 Winthrop              *     9.0    9   2     2 2 5 1 0      1  1  0  0          5-2     5    0   2.27
                                                   4-1 at Coastal Carolina    *     4.0   8    9     4 0 4 0 0      2  1  0  1         1-17     5    1   2.79
                                                   4-8 at High Point          *     6.2   10   5     2 3 0 1 0      0  1  0  0          2-6     5    2   2.78
                                                   4-17 Presbyterian          *     5.1    7    2    0 3 3 3 0      0  0  0  1          5-2     6    2   2.54
                                                   Totals                          63.2   69   29   18 13 42 9 0    4  4  0  4         41-38    6    2   2.54
                                                         LIBERTY BASEBALL
                                         Overall Statistics for Liberty (as of Apr 21, 2011)
                                                 (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

                                    Record: 20-17          Home: 10-5          Away: 8-12           Neutral: 2-0            Big South: 10-5

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%
 1 WILLIAMS, Matt         .385 36-36        148    28      57 13       2       3     21    83     .561    11     2    12      2    .435    0    2   12-14  48 115               9    .948
14 BREAM, Doug            . 37537-37        152    25      57 13       3       1     37    79     . 520    7     5    10      5    . 421   0    0    7-7   70   2               2    .973
 7 ROBERTSON, Michael     . 31536-36        130    31      41  6       2       2     20    57     .438     9     8    22      2    .392    1    3    9-11  75   2               1    .987
15 PARMLEY, Ian           . 29733-32        128    25      38  4       1       0     11    44     . 344   14     0    20      1    . 364   1    3   16-22  73   0               1    .986
20 RASMUS, Casey          .278 30-30        108    18      30  5       0       2     14    41     .380    11     1    19      2    .344    2    5   17-18 174 31                3    .986
 5 BREAM, Tyler           . 27337-37        143    21      39  7       0       2     24    52     . 364   10     2    36      2    . 315   7    0    0-0   26 74               11    .901
 4 TAYLOR, Austin         . 25730-28        105    16      27  5       1       4     20    46     .438     8     3    23      1    .325    1    2    4-5  178 27                1    .995
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16 HALEY, Zack            .291 26-26         86 15 25             9    0       1 13 37            .430  4        6    19      0    .357    2    6    4-6        46   63         7       .940
17 SYPE, Dalton           .276 10-7          29  3  8             0    0       0  6  8            . 276 1        0     3      0    . 290   1    0    1-2        52    9         2       .968
24 SIZEMORE, Justin       .236 26-22         72 12 17             2    0       2 11 25            .347 11        2    15      0    .349    1    0    1-1        30    2         1       .970
18 RICHARDSON, Justin     .229 16-7          35  5  8             3    0       2  5 17            . 486 4        1     8      0    . 325   0    0    0-0         0    0         0       .000
 2 GRIMALDI, Marcus       .208 16-4          24  2  5             1    0       0  2  6            .250  3        0     7      0    . 296   0    0    0-0         0    0         0       .000
 9 JEFFERSON, Jeff        .185 27-21         81 10 15             2    0       2  8 23            .284 10        2    10      1    . 290   0    1    2-4       145   13         3       .981
11 THOMPSON, Joshua       .087 20-7          23  5  2             2    0       0  1  4            .174  2        0    10      0    .160    0    0    3-3        16    0         1       .941
23 MCCLENDON, Tony        .000 5-2            7  2  0             0    0       0  0  0            . 000 1        2     6      0    . 300   0    0    0-0         0    0         0       .000
36 CORDELL, Ryan          .000 3-1            5  1  0             0    0       0  1  0            .000  0        1     2      0    . 143   1    0    0-0         1    0         0       1.000
Totals                     .289     37      1276   219     369    72   9 21         194    522     .409   106 35      222     16    .356 17 22       76-93     956   390       47        .966
Opponents                  .281     37      1258   210     354    51   4 29         193    500     .397   103 45      221     24    .355    8 27     23-37     957   374       64        .954


LOB - Team (281), Opp (275). DPs turned - Team (29), Opp (21). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), BREAM, T. 1, RASMUS,
C. 1, WILLIAMS, M. 1, Opp (15). Picked off - RASMUS, C. 3, PARMLEY, I. 1, BREAM, T. 1, ROBERTSON, M 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
47 LINZA, Keegan           2. 5 4   6-2       9    9       3     0/0   0       63.2         69      29     18        13      42      9     0    4     .2 7 7    4 4        0    0 10
25 NIGGLI, John            2. 98    4-2      10    8       1     0/1   0       57.1         46      21     19        11      25      6     1    3     . 220     2 7        0    0  3
21 EVANS, Steven           4. 0 7   4-3      10    9       1     0/1   0       55.1         53      29     25        19      49     10     2    1     .2 5 6    3 14       1    2  1
--------------------
12 BAKER, Garrett          3. 0 9   3-2      15    2       0     0/0   2       35.0         32      14     12         3      23      4     0    3     .2 4 4    2    3     0    2          2
27 KEMMERER, Jacob         3. 24    0-0       9    1       0     0/1   0       16.2         17       8      6         9      10      4     0    0     . 266     1    0     0    0          2
 3 RICHARDSON, Josh        4. 05    0-1       6    0       0     0/0   2        6.2          6       4      3         0       7      0     0    2     .2 3 1    0    2     0    1          0
26 BROWN, Daniel           7. 11    0-0       5    0       0     0/0   0        6.1          4       6      5         3       5      0     0    2     . 190     2    0     0    1          2
13 BEAKLER, Dane           7. 1 5   1-0      10    0       0     0/1   2       11.1         19       9      9         8       9      4     0    0     .373      0    0     0    0          2
31 COLE, Bryan             7. 71    0-0       2    0       0     0/0   0        2.1          4       2      2         0       1      1     0    1     . 400     0    0     0    0          0
32 SWANSON, Mark           8. 31    1-1       8    3       0     0/0   0       13.0         15      13     12         4      12      0     0    3     .2 8 3    2    3     0    1          1
 8 FORSLUND, Blake         9. 49    0-2       5    2       0     0/0   0       12.1         19      17     13        11      11      4     0    1     . 345     6    0     1    1          0
22 MCLEOD, J.J.            9. 9 5   0-1       7    1       0     0/0   1        6.1          5       7      7         6       4      2     0    0     .2 1 7    1    3     0    0          1
29 ABRAMS, Andy           10.29     0-0       7    0       0     0/0   0        7.0         14       9      8         0       1      2     0    0     . 424     0    1     0    0          0
36 CORDELL, Ryan          10.38     0-0       5    0       0     0/0   0        4.1          5       6      5         3       7      0     1    1     .278      1    2     0    0          0
46 ECKELBARGER, Patrick   10.59     1-3      10    2       0     0/0   0       17.0         34      22     20        11      10      4     0    3     . 405     2    2     0    0          2
19 MARTIN, Willi          22.09     0-0       6    0       0     0/0   0        3.2         11       9      9         2       4      0     0    5     .524      1    1     0    0          1
38 DUDLEY, Tim            99.00     0-0       1    0       0     0/0   0        0.1          1       5      5         0       1      1     0    0     . 333     0    3     0    0          0
Totals                      5. 03   20-17     37 37         5    2/2       7       318.2    354    210     178       103     221    51      4   29     .281     27 45      2        8     27
Opponents                   4. 91   17-20     37 37         1    1/1       2       319.0    369    219     174       106     222    72      9   21     .289     35 35      3 17           22


PB - Team (5), RASMUS, C. 4, JEFFERSON, J 1, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (4), EVANS, S. 1, RASMUS, C. 1, SWANSON, M. 1, COLE, B.
1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - RASMUS, C. (20-34), LINZA, K. (4-8), EVANS, S. (6-7), KEMMERER, J. (3-4), NIGGLI, J. (1-4), FORSLUND,
B. (2-3), BEAKLER, D. (2-3), JEFFERSON, J (3-3), BAKER, G. (2-2), ECKELBARGER (0-2), CORDELL, R. (1-2), SWANSON, M. (1-1),
RICHARDSONJo (1-1).
                                               LIBERTY BASEBALL
                                    Game Results for Liberty (as of Apr 21, 2011)
                                                    (All games)

   Date             Opponent                       Score   Inns   Overall   Big South Pitcher of record      Attend    Time
    02/18/11        at Mercer                  L    4-6     9      0-1-0     0-0-0    ECKELBARGER (L 0-1)      552     2:35
    02/19/11        at Mercer-1                L    2-7     9      0-2-0     0-0-0    FORSLUND, B. (L 0-1)     42 0    2:40
    02/19/11        at Mercer-2                L    5-17    9      0-3-0     0-0-0    SWANSON, M. (L 0-1)      321     3:11
    02/20/11        at Mercer                  W    5-4     9      1-3-0     0-0-0    BAKER, G. (W 1-0)        42 1    2:54
    02/25/11        at North Florida           L    0-5     9      1-4-0     0-0-0    EVANS, S. (L 0-1)        581     2:00
    02/26/11        at North Florida-1         W    4-2     9      2-4-0     0-0-0    LINZA, K. (W 1-0)            -   2:20
    02/26/11        at North Florida-2         L    5-8     9      2-5-0     0-0-0    FORSLUND, B. (L 0-2)     379     2:22
    02/27/11        at North Florida           W    9-1     9      3-5-0     0-0-0    NIGGLI, J. (W 1-0)       33 6    2:33
    03/02/11        at Virginia Tech           L    1-9     9      3-6-0     0-0-0    EVANS, S. (L 0-2)        236     2:04
    03/04/11        BINGHAMTON                 W    12-2    9      4-6-0     0-0-0    LINZA, K. (W 2-0)        44 6    2:25
    03/05/11        BINGHAMTON-1               L    7-12    7      4-7-0     0-0-0    NIGGLI, J. (L 1-1)           -   1:57
    03/05/11        BINGHAMTON-2               W    9-6     7      5-7-0     0-0-0    ECKELBARGER (W 1-1)      743     2:31
    03/08/11        WILLIAM & MARY             L    9-10    9      5-8-0     0-0-0    EVANS, S. (L 0-3)        170     3:08
  ^ 03/11/11        vs Rutgers                 W    5-2     9      6-8-0     0-0-0    LINZA, K. (W 3-0)       25 5 5   2:06
  ^ 03/11/11        vs Monmouth                W    4-3     9      7-8-0     0-0-0    NIGGLI, J. (W 2-1)      3218     2:18
  ^ 03/13/11        at East Carolina           W    2-0     9      8-8-0     0-0-0    EVANS, S. (W 1-3)       22 1 8   2:19
    03/15/11        at Maryland                W    11-4    9      9-8-0     0-0-0    BAKER, G. (W 2-0)        239     2:47
    03/16/11        at Maryland                L    5-10    9      9-9-0     0-0-0    ECKELBARGER (L 1-0)      29 8    3:05
  * 03/18/11        CHARLESTON SOUTHERN        W    2-1     9      10-9-0    1-0-0    LINZA, K. (W 4-0)        306     2:16
  * 03/19/11        CHARLESTON SOUTHERN        W    5-1     9      11-9-0    2-0-0    NIGGLI, J. (W 3-1)       32 1    2:10
  * 03/20/11        CHARLESTON SOUTHERN        W    5-2     9      12-9-0    3-0-0    EVANS, S. (W 2-3)        223     2:06
    03/22/11        VIRGINIA TECH              L    6-9    (10)   12-10-0    3-0-0    MCLEOD, J. (L 0-1)       64 4    2:55
  * 03/25/11        WINTHROP-1                 W    5-2     9     13-10-0    4-0-0    LINZA, K. (W 5-0)            -   2:11
  * 03/25/11        WINTHROP-2                 L    1-2     9     13-11-0    4-1-0    NIGGLI, J. (L 3-2)       35 6    2:09
  * 03/26/11        WINTHROP                   W    16-7    9     14-11-0    5-1-0    EVANS, S. (W 3-3)        226     2:55
    03/29/11        at VCU                     W    11-1    9     15-11-0    5-1-0    BAKER, G. (W 3-0)         77     2:21
  * 04/01/11        at Coastal Carolina        L    1-17    9     15-12-0    5-2-0    LINZA, K. (L 5-1)        835     2:29
  * 04/02/11        at Coastal Carolina        L    4-5     9     15-13-0    5-3-0    BAKER, G. (L 3-1)        89 7    2:37
  * 04/03/11        at Coastal Carolina        L    4-5     9     15-14-0    5-4-0    RICHARDSONJo (L 0-1      917     2:37
    04/06/11        JAMES MADISON              L   12-16    9     15-15-0    5-4-0    BAKER, G. (L 3-2)        41 4    3:23
  * 04/08/11        at High Point              L    2-6     9     15-16-0    5-5-0    LINZA, K. (L 5-2)        502     2:21
  * 04/09/11        at High Point              W    9-0     9     16-16-0    6-5-0    NIGGLI, J. (W 4-2)       31 8    2:29
  * 04/10/11        at High Point              W    14-9    9     17-16-0    7-5-0    SWANSON, M. (W 1-1)      731     3:26
  * 04/15/11        PREBYTERIAN COLLEGE        W    6-5     9     18-16-0    8-5-0    BEAKLER, D. (W 1-0)      57 1    2:18
  * 04/17/11        PREBYTERIAN COLLEGE-1      W    7-1     9     19-16-0    9-5-0    EVANS, S. (W 4-3)            -   2:20
  * 04/17/11        PREBYTERIAN COLLEGE-2      W    5-2     9     20-16-0    10-5-0   LINZA, K. (W 6-2)        68 6    2:33
    04/19/11        at William & Mary          L    5-11    9     20-17-0    10-5-0   ECKELBARGER (L 1-3)      275     2:49

* = Conference game
^ = Keith LeClair Classic - Greenville, N.C.
() extra inning game
                                                          LIBERTY BASEBALL
                                          Overall Statistics for Liberty (as of Apr 21, 2011)
                                              (LAST 10 GAMES Sorted by Batting avg)

                                               Record: 5-5            Home: 3-1           Away: 2-4      Big South: 5-3

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%
14 BREAM, Doug            .561      10-10     41 12 23           4     2       1 15 34          .829    4     2  4      2    . 617   0    0       1-1       25       1       0 1.000
 1 WILLIAMS, Matt         . 429     10-10     42  9 18           4     0       1  7 25          . 595   5     0  4      0    . 489   0    0       7-7       12   40          1 .981
15 PARMLEY, Ian           .325      10-10     40  7 13           3     0       0  4 16          .400    5     0  8      1    . 400   0    2       5-7       29       0       1 .967
 7 ROBERTSON, Michael     . 303      9-9      33  8 10           3     1       0  8 15          . 455   0     3  2      0    . 351   1    0       2-3       20       0       0 1.000
16 HALEY, Zack            .258      10-10     31  7  8           2     0       0  2 10          .323    3     5 10      0    .400    1    1       2-3       16   25          2 .953
 5 BREAM, Tyler           . 250     10-10     40  5 10           1     0       0  6 11          . 275   2     1  9      1    . 289   2    0       0-0        5   21          3 .897
 4 TAYLOR, Austin         . 229     10-9      35  5  8           3     1       1  5 16          .457    1     1  8      0    . 263   1    1       0-1       86       4       1 .989
 9 JEFFERSON, Jeff        . 161      9-8      31  4  5           2     0       0  1  7          . 226   4     0  2      1    . 257   0    0       0-1       39       3       2 .955
--------------------
20 RASMUS, Casey          . 333      3-3       9   2        3    1     0       0     4  4       . 444   2     0    2    0    . 385   2    1       0-0       19       1       0 1.000
18 RICHARDSON, Justin     . 304      7-6      23   4        7    2     0       2     5 15       .652    3     1    4    0    . 407   0    0       0-0        0       0       0 .000
24 SIZEMORE, Justin       . 300      5-3      10   2        3    0     0       1     3  6       . 600   1     0    3    0    . 364   0    0       0-0        2       0       0 1.000
 2 GRIMALDI, Marcus       . 222      6-1       9   0        2    0     0       0     1  2       .222    0     0    3    0    . 222   0    0       0-0        0       0       0 .000
36 CORDELL, Ryan          . 000      2-1       5   1        0    0     0       0     1  0       . 000   0     1    2    0    . 143   1    0       0-0        1       0       0 1.000
11 THOMPSON, Joshua       . 000      6-0       2   2        0    0     0       0     0  0       .000    0     0    1    0    . 000   0    0       1-1        1       0       0 1.000
Totals                    .313       10      351   68 110        25    4       6    62 161      .459    30 14      62    5   .382     8   5 18-24          260 109           12 .969
Opponents                 .293       10      341   60 100        14    2       8    53 142      .416    29 19      50    8   .377     4 10        7-8      261   88          13 .964


LOB - Team (79), Opp (83). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (5). IBB - Team (0), Opp (3). Picked off - RASMUS, C. 1.

                                            (LAST 10 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
47 LINZA, Keegan           1. 5 0    1-1       2   2       0    0/0     0      12.0       17       7     2        6     3      4     0    0       .340      1    1       0    0    4
12 BAKER, Garrett          3. 38     0-2       6   0       0    0/0     2      10.2        9       4     4        1     8      1     0    1       . 243     2    2       0    0    1
25 NIGGLI, John            3. 5 4    1-0       3   3       0    0/1     0      20.1       16       9     8        3     8      3     1    3       .213      1    4       0    0    1
21 EVANS, Steven           6. 32     1-0       3   3       0    0/0     0      15.2       20      11    11        3     9      2     1    0       . 317     0    8       0    1    0
--------------------
19 MARTIN, Willi           0. 00     0-0       1   0       0    0/0     0          1.0     1       0     0        0     1      0     0    0       . 250     0    0       0    0    0
32 SWANSON, Mark           1. 12     1-0       4   1       0    0/0     0          8.0     4       2     1        1     6      0     0    1       .1 4 3    1    1       0    1    0
27 KEMMERER, Jacob         2. 57     0-0       4   0       0    0/1     0          7.0     7       2     2        3     5      2     0    0       . 280     0    0       0    0    1
26 BROWN, Daniel           5. 4 0    0-0       2   0       0    0/0     0          1.2     1       1     1        2     1      0     0    0       .2 5 0    2    0       0    1    1
46 ECKELBARGER, Patrick   12.00      0-1       3   0       0    0/0     0          6.0    11       8     8        6     4      1     0    1       . 393     1    0       0    0    1
 3 RICHARDSON, Josh       13.50      0-1       3   0       0    0/0     0          2.0     4       4     3        0     1      0     0    2       .400      0    0       0    1    0
13 BEAKLER, Dane          16.20      1-0       2   0       0    0/0     0          1.2     5       3     3        2     2      1     0    0       . 500     0    0       0    0    1
36 CORDELL, Ryan          99.00      0-0       1   0       0    0/0     0          0.1     2       5     4        1     1      0     0    0       .667      1    2       0    0    0
22 MCLEOD, J.J.           99.00      0-0       1   1       0    0/0     0          0.1     3       4     4        1     1      0     0    0       . 750     0    1       0    0    0
Totals                      5. 30     5-5     10 10         0   1/1        2       86.2   100     60     51       29    50    14      2       8    .293      9 19        0     4   10

Opponents                   5. 69     5-5     10 10         0   0/0        0       87.0   110     68     55       30    62    25      4       6    .313      5 14        0     8    5



Pickoffs - Team (1), SWANSON, M. 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - RASMUS, C. (4-5), JEFFERSON, J (3-3), NIGGLI, J. (1-2), EVANS, S.
(2-2), RICHARDSONJo (1-1), KEMMERER, J. (1-1), BEAKLER, D. (1-1), SWANSON, M. (1-1).
                                                                  LIBERTY FLAMES BASEBALL
                                                                   Individual Career History

                                                                              ABRAMS, Andy

Year                                  era      w-l       app       gs   cg sho         sv        ip    h    r   er   bb   so
2011                               10.29      0-0           7      0    0 0/0              0    7.0   14    9    8   0     1
TOTAL                              10.29      0-0           7      0    0 0/0              0    7.0   14    9    8   0     1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 1.2, at Maryland, 03/16/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Strikeouts: 1, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Batters faced: 10, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Field chances: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Assists: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11

                                                                              BAKER, Garrett

Year                                  era      w-l       app       gs   cg sho         sv        ip    h    r   er   bb   so
2011                                 3 .0 9   3-2          15      2    0 0/0              2   35.0   32   14   12   3    23
TOTAL                                3 .0 9   3-2          15      2    0 0/0              2   35.0   32   14   12   3    23

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 8.0, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Walks allowed: 1, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; at VCU, 03/29/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11
Strikeouts: 5, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Batters faced: 34, Virginia Tech, 03/22/11
Field chances: 6, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Putouts: 2, Virginia Tech, 03/22/11
Assists: 5, at Maryland, 03/15/11
                                                                LIBERTY FLAMES BASEBALL
                                                                 Individual Career History

                                                                                BEAKLER, Dane

Year                                  era      w-l       app      gs      cg sho         sv               ip      h      r    er    bb       so
2006                                6 .6 0    3-1          15         8    0   0/1        0             46.1     65     38    34    18      19
2007                               18.90      0-0           5         0    0   0/0        0              3.1     11     10     7     4       2
2008                                3 .5 1    1-1          15         0    0   0/0        1             25.2     22     11    10    15      25
2010                                3 .8 4    4-2          26         0    0   0/0        2             61.0     60     29    26    10      56
2011                                7 .1 5    1-0          10         0    0   0/1        2             11.1     19      9     9     8       9
TOTAL                               5 .2 4    9-4          71         8    0   0/2        5            147.2    177     97    86    55     111

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 7.0, Rutgers, Mar 18, 2006
Walks allowed: 3, Rutgers, Mar 18, 2006
Strikeouts: 15, at Presbyterian, 04-23-10
Batters faced: 29, Rutgers, Mar 18, 2006
Field chances: 2, at William & Mary, 04/19/11; Longwood, Feb 16, 2006; Richmond, May 16, 2006
Putouts: 1, at William and Mary, Apr 05, 2006; at Richmond, Apr 19, 2006; Rutgers, Mar 18, 2006
Assists: 2, Longwood, Feb 16, 2006; Richmond, May 16, 2006
Runners CS: 1, 8 times

                                                                                  BREAM, Doug

Year                                  avg      gp-gs             ab        r         h   2b       3b       hr     rbi    bb    so   sb-att
2008                                 .329 29-19                  76       12     25       4       0         2     18      8     8    0-0
2009                                 .355 46-41                 166       31     59      13       0         6     33     11    13    1-1
2010                                 .324 45-32                 108       24     35       2       0         2     27     16    15    1-1
2011                                 .375 37-37                 152       25     57      13       3         1     37      7    10    7-7
TOTAL                                .351 157-129               502       92    176      32       3        11    115     42    46    9-9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 5, James Madison, 04/06/11
Doubles: 2, DUKE, 03-10-09; at HIGH POINT, 03-22-09; at Maryland, 03/15/11
Triples: 1, Winthrop, 03/25/11; at High Point, 04/08/11; Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Home runs: 2, FORDHAM, 03-18-09
Total bases: 9, FORDHAM, 03-18-09
RBI: 4, 4 times
Runs scored: 3, 4 times
Walks: 2, 4 times
Hit by pitch: 2, William & Mary, 03/08/11
Struck out: 2, 5 times
Sac flies: 1, at Radford, 04-11-10; VMI, 04-16-10
Sac bunts: 1, at COASTAL CAROLINA, 05-01-09
At bats: 6, 4 times
Stolen bases: 2, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Field chances: 12, Charleston Southern, 03-15-09
Putouts: 11, Charleston Southern, 03-15-09
Assists: 2, James Madison, 04-21-10
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                                                                                    BREAM, Tyler

Year                                  avg      gp-gs              ab         r       h      2b      3b     hr   rbi   bb    so   sb-att
2009                                 .337 46-46                  187        35    63        16      2      8     57   12    39    0-0
2010                                 .357 61-61                  269        56    96        22      1      9     57    9    39    1-1
2011                                 .273 37-37                  143        21    39         7      0      2     24   10    36    0-0
TOTAL                                .331 144-144                599       112   198        45      3     19    138   31   114    1-1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 4, 6 times
Doubles: 2, 5 times
Triples: 1, Charleston Southern, 03-13-09; at VCU, 03-31-10; VIRGINIA TECH, 04-22-09
Home runs: 2, VCU, 05-18-10
Total bases: 10, VCU, 05-18-10
RBI: 9, at HIGH POINT, 03-22-09
Runs scored: 4, at HIGH POINT, 03-22-09; at NC STATE, 03-25-09
Walks: 2, 5 times
Hit by pitch: 1, 13 times
Struck out: 3, at VMI, 04-04-09; Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
Sac flies: 1, 12 times
Sac bunts: 1, at HIGH POINT, 03-22-09; at GARDNER-WEBB, 04-25-09
At bats: 6, 6 times
Stolen bases: 1, at Presbyterian, 04-23-10
Field chances: 8, Winthrop, 05-28-10
Putouts: 5, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Assists: 6, WILLIAM & MARY, 03-11-09

                                                                                  BROWN, Daniel

Year                                   era     w-l        app      gs       cg sho          sv            ip    h     r    er    bb       so
2011                                 7 .1 1    0-0           5         0     0 0/0              0        6.1    4     6    5     3        5
TOTAL                                7 .1 1    0-0           5         0     0 0/0              0        6.1    4     6    5     3        5

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 1.0, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11; at High Point, 04/08/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Walks allowed: 2, at William & Mary, 04/19/11
Strikeouts: 2, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Batters faced: 4, at High Point, 04/08/11; at William & Mary, 04/19/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Field chances: 1, at High Point, 04/08/11
Assists: 1, at High Point, 04/08/11
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                                                                                 COLE, Bryan

Year                                  era      w-l       app      gs      cg sho        sv          ip        h       r       er       bb       so
2010                               14.73      0-0           2         0     0 0/0       0          3.2       10       6       6        3        1
2011                                7 .7 1    0-0           2         0     0 0/0       0          2.1        4       2       2        0        1
TOTAL                              12.00      0-0           4         0     0 0/0       0          6.0       14       8       8        3        2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 2.2, at James Madison, 03-16-10
Walks allowed: 2, at James Madison, 03-16-10
Strikeouts: 1, at Kennesaw State, 02-21-10; at Coastal Carolina, 04/01/11
Batters faced: 19, at James Madison, 03-16-10
Field chances: 1, at Coastal Carolina, 04/01/11
Assists: 1, at Coastal Carolina, 04/01/11

                                                                                CORDELL, Ryan

Year                                  avg      gp-gs            ab          r       h   2b   3b      hr       rbi     bb       so      sb-att
2011                                 .000       3-1               5         1       0   0      0         0        1       0        2    0-0
TOTAL                                .000       3-1               5         1       0   0      0         0        1       0        2    0-0

Year                                  era      w-l       app      gs      cg sho        sv          ip        h       r       er       bb       so
2011                               10.38      0-0           5         0     0 0/0       0          4.1        5       6       5        3        7
TOTAL                              10.38      0-0           5         0     0 0/0       0          4.1        5       6       5        3        7

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
RBI: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Runs scored: 1, at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11
Hit by pitch: 1, at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11
Struck out: 2, James Madison, 04/06/11
Sac flies: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
At bats: 4, James Madison, 04/06/11
Innings pitched: 1.0, 4 times
Walks allowed: 2, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Strikeouts: 2, at Maryland, 03/16/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/01/11
Batters faced: 7, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Field chances: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Putouts: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Runners CS: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11
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                                                                                DUDLEY, Tim

Year                                 era     w-l        app     gs     cg sho            sv     ip    h    r   er   bb   so
2010                               4 .5 6    1-0         11      2      0 0/0            0    23.2   30   15   12    7   19
2011                              99.00      0-0          1      0      0 0/0            0     0.1    1    5    5    0    1
TOTAL                              6 .3 8    1-0         12      2      0 0/0            0    24.0   31   20   17    7   20

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 6.0, vs HIGH POINT, 05-29-10
Walks allowed: 6, vs HIGH POINT, 05-29-10
Strikeouts: 5, ELON, 04-13-10
Batters faced: 31, vs HIGH POINT, 05-29-10
Field chances: 5, ELON, 04-13-10
Putouts: 2, ELON, 04-13-10
Assists: 3, ELON, 04-13-10
Runners CS: 1, ELON, 04-13-10

                                                                         ECKELBARGER, Patrick

Year                                 era     w-l        app     gs     cg sho            sv     ip    h    r   er   bb   so
2011                              10.59      1-3         10      2      0 0/0            0    17.0   34   22   20   11   10
TOTAL                             10.59      1-3         10      2      0 0/0            0    17.0   34   22   20   11   10

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 4.2, James Madison, 04/06/11
Walks allowed: 3, James Madison, 04/06/11; at William & Mary, 04/19/11
Strikeouts: 3, James Madison, 04/06/11
Batters faced: 24, James Madison, 04/06/11
Field chances: 2, James Madison, 04/06/11
Putouts: 1, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11; at Maryland, 03/16/11; James Madison, 04/06/11
Assists: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Runners CS: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11; at VCU, 03/29/11
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                                                                             EVANS, Steven

Year                                 era     w-l        app        gs   cg sho     sv           ip     h     r    er   bb    so
2008                                4.07 3-3             20         6   0   0/0    3          59.2    55    28    27   20    55
2009                                3.96 7-2             16        12   2   0/0    1          72.2    82    43    32   26    45
2010                                3.01 9-2             15        14   2   0/0    0          89.2    91    35    30   25    85
2011                                4.07 4-3             10         9   1   0/1    0          55.1    53    29    25   19    49
TOTAL                               3.70 23-10           61        41   5   0/1    4         277.1   281   135   114   90   234

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 9.0, 4 times
Walks allowed: 4, 4 times
Strikeouts: 12, Charleston Southern, 03/20/11
Batters faced: 37, at HIGH POINT, 03-21-09
Field chances: 3, vs Mercer, 02-22-09; VMI, 04-18-10
Putouts: 2, at East Carolina, 03/13/11
Assists: 3, vs Mercer, 02-22-09; VMI, 04-18-10
Runners CS: 1, 7 times

                                                                            FORSLUND, Blake

Year                                 era     w-l        app        gs   cg sho     sv           ip     h     r    er   bb    so
2011                                9 .4 9   0-2              5     2   0 0/0      0          12.1    19    17    13   11    11
TOTAL                               9 .4 9   0-2              5     2   0 0/0      0          12.1    19    17    13   11    11

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 4.0, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Walks allowed: 5, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Strikeouts: 5, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Batters faced: 21, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Field chances: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11
Putouts: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Assists: 1, Winthrop, 03/26/11
Runners CS: 1, at Mercer, 2/19/11
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                                                                              GRIMALDI, Marcus

Year                                 avg      gp-gs             ab        r        h      2b        3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2011                                .208       16-4            24         2        5       1        0    0     2    3     7    0-0
TOTAL                               .208       16-4            24         2        5       1        0    0     2    3     7    0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 2, at VCU, 03/29/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11
Doubles: 1, Winthrop, 03/26/11
Total bases: 2, Winthrop, 03/26/11; at VCU, 03/29/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11
RBI: 1, Winthrop, 03/26/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11
Runs scored: 1, Binghamton, 03/05/11; at VCU, 03/29/11
Walks: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11; at North Florida, 02/27/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11
Struck out: 2, Winthrop, 03/26/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11
At bats: 5, at VCU, 03/29/11

                                                                                  HALEY, Zack

Year                                 avg      gp-gs             ab        r        h      2b        3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2011                                .291      26-26            86       15       25        9        0    1    13    4    19    4-6
TOTAL                               .291      26-26            86       15       25        9        0    1    13    4    19    4-6

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, at Maryland, 03/15/11; Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Doubles: 2, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Home runs: 1, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Total bases: 7, at Maryland, 03/15/11
RBI: 3, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Runs scored: 2, at Maryland, 03/15/11; at High Point, 04/10/11
Walks: 2, at High Point, 04/09/11
Hit by pitch: 1, 5 times
Struck out: 2, 5 times
Sac flies: 1, at East Carolina, 03/13/11; at High Point, 04/09/11
Sac bunts: 2, at North Florida, 02/27/11
At bats: 5, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Stolen bases: 1, 4 times
Caught stealing: 1, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11; Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
Field chances: 9, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11
Putouts: 5, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11
Assists: 5, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11; at High Point, 04/09/11; Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
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                                                                                JEFFERSON, Jeff

Year                                  avg      gp-gs             ab        r        h      2b   3b      hr    rbi   bb    so   sb-att
2008                                 .286 41-26                 112       18     32         6   0        0    16     4   16     2-4
2009                                 .310 38-35                 129       31     40         5   0        7    24    10   30     3-4
2010                                 .238 34-21                  80       21     19         7   0        2     9    12   21     1-2
2011                                 .185 27-21                  81       10     15         2   0        2     8    10   10     2-4
TOTAL                                .264 140-103               402       80    106        20   0       11    57    36   77    8-14

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, at South Alabama, 02-21-09; at NC STATE, 03-25-09; Winthrop, 03/26/11
Doubles: 2, MANHATTAN, 03-20-10; at Radford, 04-09-10
Home runs: 2, RADFORD, 05-14-09
Total bases: 8, RADFORD, 05-14-09
RBI: 4, Temple, 03-07-09
Runs scored: 4, WILLIAM & MARY, 03-11-09
Walks: 2, at Kennesaw State, 02-21-10; at Duke, 03-17-10; PRESBYTERIAN, 03-27-09
Hit by pitch: 2, Temple, 03-06-09; WILLIAM & MARY, 03-11-09; at James Madison, 03-17-09
Struck out: 2, 15 times
Sac flies: 1, VCU, 05-18-10
Sac bunts: 1, at VCU, 03/29/11
At bats: 6, MANHATTAN, 03-20-10; vs HIGH POINT, 05-21-09
Stolen bases: 1, 6 times
Caught stealing: 1, 4 times
Field chances: 12, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11; at VCU, 03/29/11
Putouts: 12, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Assists: 2, 4 times

                                                                               KEMMERER, Jacob

Year                                  era      w-l       app      gs      cg sho           sv          ip     h     r    er    bb       so
2011                                 3 .2 4    0-0          9         1    0 0/1            0        16.2    17     8    6     9        10
TOTAL                                3 .2 4    0-0          9         1    0 0/1            0        16.2    17     8    6     9        10

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 4.1, William & Mary, 03/08/11
Walks allowed: 3, at Maryland, 03/15/11; at High Point, 04/10/11
Strikeouts: 3, at William & Mary, 04/19/11
Batters faced: 18, William & Mary, 03/08/11
Field chances: 2, William & Mary, 03/08/11
Putouts: 1, William & Mary, 03/08/11; at High Point, 04/10/11
Assists: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11; William & Mary, 03/08/11; at William & Mary, 04/19/11
Runners CS: 1, William & Mary, 03/08/11
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                                                                      LINZA, Keegan

Year                                  era       w-l   app    gs   cg sho     sv           ip     h    r   er   bb   so
2010                                 5.29 8-0         14     12   1 0/1      0          64.2    67   41   38   34   44
2011                                 2.54 6-2          9      9   3 0/0      0          63.2    69   29   18   13   42
TOTAL                                3.93 14-2        23     21   4 0/1      0         128.1   136   70   56   47   86

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 9.0, 4 times
Walks allowed: 5, at Radford, 04-10-10
Strikeouts: 10, Charleston Southern, 03/18/11
Batters faced: 41, at UNC Asheville, 03-27-10
Field chances: 4, Winthrop, 03/25/11
Putouts: 2, at Mercer, 2/20/11
Assists: 2, 4 times
Runners CS: 2, at North Florida, 02/26/11

                                                                       MARTIN, Willi

Year                                  era       w-l   app    gs   cg sho     sv           ip     h    r   er   bb   so
2011                               22.09        0-0    6      0   0 0/0      0           3.2    11    9    9    2    4
TOTAL                              22.09        0-0    6      0   0 0/0      0           3.2    11    9    9    2    4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 1.0, at William & Mary, 04/19/11
Walks allowed: 2, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Strikeouts: 2, at VCU, 03/29/11
Batters faced: 6, at Mercer, 2/19/11
Field chances: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Assists: 1, at Maryland, 03/16/11
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                                                                                MCCLENDON, Tony

Year                                  avg      gp-gs              ab        r      h   2b    3b         hr       rbi      bb       so      sb-att
2011                                 .000        5-2               7       2       0    0        0          0        0        1        6    0-0
TOTAL                                .000        5-2               7       2       0    0        0          0        0        1        6    0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Runs scored: 1, at North Florida, 02/27/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Walks: 1, at North Florida, 02/27/11
Hit by pitch: 1, at North Florida, 02/27/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Struck out: 2, at North Florida, 02/27/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
At bats: 3, at Mercer, 2/19/11

                                                                                  MCLEOD, J.J.

Year                                   era     w-l        app      gs      cg sho      sv              ip        h        r       er       bb       so
2010                                 3 .0 9    1-1         19          0   0 0/0        5            23.1       21       12        8       17       21
2011                                 9 .9 5    0-1          7          1   0 0/0        1             6.1        5        7        7        6        4
TOTAL                                4 .5 5    1-2         26          1   0 0/0        6            29.2       26       19       15       23       25

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 4.1, at Duke, 03-17-10
Walks allowed: 4, Winthrop, 05-28-10
Strikeouts: 5, at Duke, 03-17-10
Batters faced: 19, at Duke, 03-17-10
Field chances: 3, Virginia Tech, 03/22/11
Putouts: 2, Old Dominion, 03-09-10
Assists: 3, Virginia Tech, 03/22/11
Runners CS: 1, MANHATTAN, 03-20-10; at Winthrop, 05-22-10
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                                                                                 NIGGLI, John

Year                                  era     w-l       app      gs     cg sho           sv              ip        h      r    er    bb       so
2011                                2 .9 8   4-2         10         8    1 0/1            0            57.1       46     21    19    11       25
TOTAL                               2 .9 8   4-2         10         8    1 0/1            0            57.1       46     21    19    11       25

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 9.0, Charleston Southern, 03/19/11
Walks allowed: 2, at North Florida, 02/27/11; Charleston Southern, 03/19/11; Winthrop, 03/25/11
Strikeouts: 7, Winthrop, 03/25/11
Batters faced: 36, Winthrop, 03/25/11
Field chances: 6, Winthrop, 03/25/11
Putouts: 3, Winthrop, 03/25/11
Assists: 3, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; Winthrop, 03/25/11
Runners CS: 1, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11

                                                                                PARMLEY, Ian

Year                                 avg      gp-gs            ab         r       h      2b       3b      hr       rbi    bb    so   sb-att
2011                                .297      33-32           128       25      38        4       1           0    11     14    20   16-22
TOTAL                               .297      33-32           128       25      38        4       1           0    11     14    20   16-22

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 4, at Mercer, 2/18/11
Doubles: 1, 4 times
Total bases: 4, at Mercer, 2/18/11
RBI: 1, 10 times
Runs scored: 2, 5 times
Walks: 2, at Maryland, 03/16/11; at VCU, 03/29/11
Struck out: 4, at North Florida, 02/25/11
Sac flies: 1, at East Carolina, 03/13/11
Sac bunts: 1, Winthrop, 03/25/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/02/11; Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
At bats: 6, William & Mary, 03/08/11; at Maryland, 03/15/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11
Stolen bases: 2, 5 times
Caught stealing: 2, at Mercer, 2/18/11
Field chances: 6, at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11
Putouts: 6, at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11
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                                                                              RASMUS, Casey

Year                                avg      gp-gs            ab        r          h   2b   3b      hr       rbi      bb       so      sb-att
2011                               .278      30-30           108       18         30   5    0           2    14       11       19      17-18
TOTAL                              .278      30-30           108       18         30   5    0           2    14       11       19      17-18

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, at VCU, 03/29/11
Doubles: 1, 4 times
Home runs: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Total bases: 5, at North Florida, 02/26/11
RBI: 2, at Maryland, 03/15/11; Virginia Tech, 03/22/11; James Madison, 04/06/11
Runs scored: 3, Winthrop, 03/26/11; at VCU, 03/29/11
Walks: 2, at Maryland, 03/16/11
Hit by pitch: 1, at Maryland, 03/15/11
Struck out: 2, 4 times
Sac flies: 1, at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11; James Madison, 04/06/11
Sac bunts: 1, 5 times
At bats: 5, 5 times
Stolen bases: 3, Winthrop, 03/26/11
Caught stealing: 1, at VCU, 03/29/11
Field chances: 13, Charleston Southern, 03/18/11
Putouts: 12, Charleston Southern, 03/20/11
Assists: 6, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Runners CS: 3, at Maryland, 03/16/11

                                                                            RICHARDSON, Josh

Year                                avg      gp-gs            ab        r          h   2b   3b      hr       rbi      bb       so      sb-att
2010                               .205      15-10            39       11          8   2    0           2        7        9        7    1-1
TOTAL                              .205      15-10            39       11          8   2    0           2        7        9        7    1-1

Year                                 era     w-l       app     gs      cg sho          sv          ip        h        r       er       bb       so
2010                               4 .2 9    1-1        18         1    0 0/0          6         35.2       37       21       17       14       32
2011                               4 .0 5    0-1         6         0    0 0/0          2          6.2        6        4        3        0        7
TOTAL                              4 .2 5    1-2        24         1    0 0/0          8         42.1       43       25       20       14       39

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 2, ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Doubles: 1, DELAWARE STATE, 03-05-10; ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Home runs: 1, at UNC WILMINGTON, 02-28-10; ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Total bases: 6, ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
RBI: 1, 7 times
Runs scored: 3, ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Walks: 2, at UNC Asheville, 03-27-10
Struck out: 4, ST. JOHN'S, 03-14-10
Sac flies: 1, DELAWARE STATE, 03-05-10; ST. JOHN'S, 03-13-10; GEORGE MASON, 03-30-10
Sac bunts: 1, GEORGE MASON, 03-30-10
At bats: 6, ST. JOHN'S, 03-14-10
Stolen bases: 1, at UNC WILMINGTON, 02-28-10
Innings pitched: 5.0, at Winthrop, 05-22-10
Walks allowed: 2, 5 times
Strikeouts: 4, at Mercer, 2/20/11
Batters faced: 23, at Winthrop, 05-22-10
Field chances: 9, ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Putouts: 3, Old Dominion, 03-09-10; ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10
Assists: 7, at UNC Asheville, 03-27-10
Runners CS: 1, Duke, 04-20-10; at Winthrop, 05-22-10
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                                                                             RICHARDSON, Justin

Year                                 avg     gp-gs            ab         r       h      2b       3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2010                               .328      30-16            64      12        21       4       0    0    15     6    7    0-0
2011                               .229       16-7            35       5         8       3       0    2     5     4    8    0-0
TOTAL                              .293      46-23            99      17        29       7       0    2    20    10   15    0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, VMI, 04-18-10
Doubles: 1, 7 times
Home runs: 2, Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
Total bases: 8, Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
RBI: 2, 5 times
Runs scored: 2, VMI, 04-18-10; at Presbyterian, 04-25-10; Prebyterian College, 04/17/11
Walks: 2, at Charleston Southern, 05-08-10
Hit by pitch: 1, 4 times
Struck out: 2, ELON, 04-13-10; at High Point, 04/10/11
Sac flies: 1, at Radford, 04-11-10
At bats: 5, James Madison, 04-21-10; at High Point, 04/10/11; at Charleston Southern, 05-07-10

                                                                             ROBERTSON, Michael

Year                                 avg     gp-gs            ab         r       h      2b       3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2010                               .337      54-53          178       39        60      13       4    4    43    12   31     4-7
2011                               .315      36-36          130       31        41       6       2    2    20     9   22    9-11
TOTAL                              .328      90-89          308       70       101      19       6    6    63    21   53   13-18

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, 6 times
Doubles: 1, 19 times
Triples: 1, 6 times
Home runs: 1, 6 times
Total bases: 6, Winthrop, 03/26/11; Gardner-Webb, 05-01-10
RBI: 4, Gardner-Webb, 05-01-10; Maryland, 05-05-10
Runs scored: 3, 4 times
Walks: 1, 21 times
Hit by pitch: 2, Gardner-Webb, 05-02-10
Struck out: 3, at Presbyterian, 04-24-10; COASTAL CAROLINA, 05-14-10
Sac flies: 1, at UNC WILMINGTON, 02-28-10; DELAWARE STATE, 03-05-10; Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Sac bunts: 1, 6 times
At bats: 6, at Presbyterian, 04-25-10; at High Point, 04/10/11
Stolen bases: 2, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Caught stealing: 1, 5 times
Field chances: 6, Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Putouts: 6, Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Assists: 1, Winthrop, 03/25/11; COASTAL CAROLINA, 05-14-10; VCU, 05-18-10
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                                                                           SIZEMORE, Justin

Year                              avg     gp-gs           ab        r        h    2b    3b       hr       rbi    bb    so   sb-att
2010                             .143      18-4           21        0        3     1     0           0     4      4     9    0-0
2011                             .236     26-22           72       12       17     2     0           2    11     11    15    1-1
TOTAL                            .215     44-26           93       12       20     3     0           2    15     15    24    1-1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 2, 6 times
Doubles: 1, DELAWARE STATE, 03-06-10; at Maryland, 03/15/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11
Home runs: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Total bases: 5, James Madison, 04/06/11
RBI: 3, James Madison, 04/06/11
Runs scored: 2, James Madison, 04/06/11
Walks: 2, DELAWARE STATE, 03-07-10; at East Carolina, 03/13/11
Hit by pitch: 1, ST. JOHN'S, 03-12-10; Binghamton, 03/05/11
Struck out: 3, at Old Dominion, 04-06-10
Sac flies: 1, at Presbyterian, 04-24-10
At bats: 6, at Old Dominion, 04-06-10
Stolen bases: 1, Charleston Southern, 03/18/11
Field chances: 13, DELAWARE STATE, 03-06-10
Putouts: 13, DELAWARE STATE, 03-06-10
Assists: 1, at Mercer, 2/18/11; at Mercer, 2/19/11

                                                                           SWANSON, Mark

Year                               era    w-l       app     gs     cg sho         sv            ip        h      r    er    bb       so
2009                             2 .7 9   4-0         7        6    0 0/0          0          38.2       34     14    12     8       35
2011                             8 .3 1   1-1         8        3    0 0/0          0          13.0       15     13    12     4       12
TOTAL                            4 .1 8   5-1        15        9    0 0/0          0          51.2       49     27    24    12       47

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Innings pitched: 8.0, PRESBYTERIAN, 03-28-09
Walks allowed: 2, 4 times
Strikeouts: 8, Temple, 03-07-09; PRESBYTERIAN, 03-28-09
Batters faced: 30, Charleston Southern, 03-13-09; PRESBYTERIAN, 03-28-09
Field chances: 2, Temple, 03-07-09; James Madison, 04/06/11
Putouts: 1, Temple, 03-07-09; PRESBYTERIAN, 03-28-09
Assists: 1, 5 times
Runners CS: 1, Charleston Southern, 03-13-09; WINTHROP, 04-18-09
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                                                                         SYPE, Dalton

Year                                  avg        gp-gs    ab      r       h     2b      3b         hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2011                                 .276        10-7     29      3      8       0       0         0     6     1    3    1-2
TOTAL                                .276        10-7     29      3      8       0       0         0     6     1    3    1-2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 2, at Mercer, 2/20/11
Total bases: 2, at Mercer, 2/20/11
RBI: 1, 4 times
Runs scored: 2, at Mercer, 2/20/11
Walks: 1, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11
Struck out: 2, at North Florida, 02/27/11
Sac flies: 1, at Mercer, 2/19/11
At bats: 5, at North Florida, 02/27/11
Caught stealing: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Field chances: 12, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Putouts: 12, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Assists: 3, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11

                                                                       TAYLOR, Austin

Year                                  avg        gp-gs    ab      r       h     2b      3b         hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2010                                 .250        34-20    72    15      18       3       0         1    10    20   16    2-4
2011                                 .257        30-28   105    16      27       5       1         4    20     8   23    4-5
TOTAL                                .254        64-48   177    31      45       8       1         5    30    28   39    6-9

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, William & Mary, 03/08/11
Doubles: 1, 7 times
Triples: 1, James Madison, 04/06/11
Home runs: 1, 4 times
Total bases: 5, Binghamton, 03/05/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11; James Madison, 04/06/11
RBI: 4, Binghamton, 03/05/11; Winthrop, 03/26/11
Runs scored: 2, 5 times
Walks: 2, 7 times
Hit by pitch: 1, 6 times
Struck out: 3, Charleston Southern, 03/20/11
Sac flies: 1, at High Point, 04/10/11
Sac bunts: 1, 4 times
At bats: 5, 8 times
Stolen bases: 1, 5 times
Caught stealing: 1, DELAWARE STATE, 03-06-10; MANHATTAN, 03-21-10; Prebyterian College, 04/15/11
Field chances: 13, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11; vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; at High Point, 04/10/11
Putouts: 13, vs Monmouth, 03/11/11; at High Point, 04/10/11
Assists: 4, Winthrop, 03/25/11
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                                                                               THOMPSON, Joshua

Year                                  avg      gp-gs            ab         r        h      2b    3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2011                                 .087      20-7             23         5       2         2   0    0     1     2   10    3-3
TOTAL                                .087      20-7             23         5       2         2   0    0     1     2   10    3-3

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11; at Mercer, 2/20/11
Doubles: 1, at North Florida, 02/26/11; at Mercer, 2/20/11
Total bases: 2, at North Florida, 02/26/11; at Mercer, 2/20/11
RBI: 1, at Mercer, 2/20/11
Runs scored: 1, 5 times
Walks: 1, at North Florida, 02/25/11; at Mercer, 2/20/11
Struck out: 3, at Mercer, 2/18/11
At bats: 4, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Stolen bases: 1, at Virginia Tech, 03/02/11; at Coastal Carolina, 04/03/11; at Mercer, 2/20/11
Field chances: 5, at North Florida, 02/26/11
Putouts: 5, at North Florida, 02/26/11

                                                                                 WILLIAMS, Matt

Year                                  avg      gp-gs            ab         r        h      2b    3b   hr   rbi   bb   so   sb-att
2009                                 .283 54-54               219       49       62        12    1    0    18    24   18   12-19
2010                                 .360 54-54               236       52       85        22    2    4    30    12   21   10-14
2011                                 .385 36-36               148       28       57        13    2    3    21    11   12   12-14
TOTAL                                .338 144-144             603      129      204        47    5    7    69    47   51   34-47

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 4, 4 times
Doubles: 2, 5 times
Triples: 1, 4 times
Home runs: 1, 6 times
Total bases: 8, Winthrop, 03/26/11
RBI: 5, Winthrop, 03/26/11
Runs scored: 4, at HIGH POINT, 03-22-09
Walks: 4, FORDHAM, 03-18-09
Hit by pitch: 2, at James Madison, 03-16-10; Temple, 03-07-09
Struck out: 3, VCU, 05-18-10
Sac flies: 1, at Kennesaw State, 02-19-10; at Radford, 04-09-10; at Presbyterian, 04-24-10
Sac bunts: 1, 12 times
At bats: 6, 8 times
Stolen bases: 2, 4 times
Caught stealing: 1, 11 times
Field chances: 12, vs Lehigh, 02-27-10
Putouts: 6, vs Lehigh, 02-27-10
Assists: 8, at James Madison, 02-24-09; at HIGH POINT, 03-21-09

								
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