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					THE UNIVERSITY
            ESU At A Glance
  Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . .East Stroudsburg, Pa.
  President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Robert J. Dillman
  Member . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania State System
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .of Higher Education
  System Chancellor . Dr. John C. Cavanaugh
  Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1893
  Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,200
          (includes 5,900 undergraduates)
  Athletics
  Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division II
  Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PSAC
  . . . . Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference
  School Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red and Black
  Team Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warriors
  Athletic Director
  Dr. Tom Gioglio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3642
  Associate Athletic Director
  Dr. Carey Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3034
  Academic Coordinator                                                           The Warren E. and Sandra Hoeffner Science and Technology Center, a $40 million
  Nancy Jo Greenawalt . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3795                                        state-of-the-art facility, was dedicated in September 2008.
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ngreenawalt@po-box.esu.edu
  Director of Multicultural Affairs                                                       Providing High-Quality, Higher Education
  Danelle McClanahan. . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3896
  Baseball Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3263
  Sports Information
                                                                                     ESU - In its 117th Year of Service
  Greg Knowlden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3312                       Founded in 1893 as a Normal School,              More than 2,100 students reside in eight
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gknowlden@po-box.esu.edu                   East Stroudsburg University has been
                                                                           E                                                 residence halls. The university also offers
  Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3586         offering quality higher education to the
                                                                           o                                                 apartment-style housing for another 200
  Warriors Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3000                    citizens of Pennsylvania for more than a
                                                                           c                                                 students and has added accommodations
  Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.esu.edu              century.
                                                                           c                                                 for an additional 540 students with the
  Key Campus Numbers                                                            With an enrollment of more than 7,200        addition of University Ridge, a student
  Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3542              students, ESU has a strong commitment to
                                                                           s                                                 apartment complex located adjacent to
  Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-2800               academic excellence. Teacher education, the
                                                                           a                                                 campus.
                                                                           health sciences and programs associated
                                                                           h                                                     Approximately 74 percent of the
                                                                           with science and technology are just a few
                                                                           w                                                 students receive some form of financial aid,
      East Stroudsburg University is nestled                               examples of fields of study experiencing          including scholarships, loans and grants.
in the Pocono Mountains, which offer year-                                 unprecedented growth in enrollment.                   The 2009-10 academic year will mark the
round outdoor recreation of all sorts for                                       With the university’s unique programs        university’s 117th year of operation and the
sports enthusiasts. From hiking in the fall to                             in such areas as computer technology,             school has approximately 32,000 alumni.
biking in the spring to swimming, golfing                                  bio-technology, chemical bio-technology               ESU, like many other public colleges and
and fishing in the summer to snowboarding,                                 and art and design, ESU is poised to offer        universities across the country, started as a
skiing or tubing in the winter, there is                                   its students another century of academic          normal school, a professional school for the
plenty to do at any time of the year. Throw                                excellence.                                       training of teachers.
in shopping, great restaurants and plenty                                       The new $40 million Science and              ESU History
of attractions and there is something for                                  Technology Center, a state-of-the-art facility,       East Stroudsburg Normal School was
everyone, no matter the season.                                            is the first new major academic building at       founded to serve students in the state’s
      ESU is located approximately 75 miles                                ESU since 1979 and is in its second year of       normal school fourth district and had 320
west of New York City, 85 miles northeast                                  service in the 2009-10 academic year.             students enrolled when classes started on
of Philadelphia, 40 miles northeast of the                                      The Center features a planetarium,           September 4, 1893.
Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton area and 40                                     a rooftop observatory, and a wildlife                 In 1926 after the state assumed
miles southeast of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.                                  museum of natural history, as well as             control of the school, the original name
      The campus is 1/4 mile from exit 308,                                research, classroom and office space for          was changed to East Stroudsburg State
Interstate 80. Exit right onto Prospect Street.                            diverse departments from the sciences and         Teachers’ College.
To Reach Koehler Fieldhouse — Take                                         mathematics to computer science.                      The school became East Stroudsburg
right at the first light on East Brown Street.                                  The university has recently invested         State College in 1960 to reflect the school’s
Go up the hill 6/10th of a mile, take the first                            over $10 million dollars in safety and other      expanded curriculum with liberal arts
left onto Smith Street. The fieldhouse is on                               improvement projects associated with              programs and graduate degrees.
the left on the corner of Smith and Normal                                 storm water management and campus                     In July 1983, the Pennsylvania General
streets.                                                                   beautification.                                   Assembly established the Pennsylvania
To Reach Mitterling Field - One block after                                     The campus consists of 63 buildings on       State System of Higher Education consisting
the first light turn right on Centre Street. Stay                          213 acres and boasts a student-to-teacher         of 14 universities and East Stroudsburg
on the road past two stop signs, the field is                              ratio of 21 to 1.                                 University was born as a comprehensive
just past Eiler-Martin Stadium.                                                                                              regional institution.
                                                                                                                                  2010 ESU BASEBALL GUIDE
                            Table of Contents
The University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC
ESU at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ESU Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Student-Athlete Center for Excellence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                                         The Coaching Staff
Head Coach John Kochmansky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
                                          The 2010 Warriors
2010 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2010 Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
                                            The 2009 Season
PSAC Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2009 Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
2009 Results/Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
                                            Baseball History
Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Postseason History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
School Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19
Year-by-Year Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Program History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20         The 2009 Warriors won a school-record 32 games and set new
All-Time Lettermen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC                      marks in nearly every offensive category.




                                                                              The 2010 Baseball Guide Credits
 The 2010 ESU Baseball Guide is published by the Sports Information Office.
 GREG KNOWLDEN, SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR
 Editing Assistance: ESU University Relations staff: Doug Smith, Brenda Friday and Sheree Watson
 All information in this guide is current as of February 1, 2010

 East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, veteran status,
                            disability or age in its programs and activities in accordance with state and federal laws.
                              The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding this policy:
              Director of Diversity & Campus Mediation, 200 Prospect Street, 115 Reibman Building, East Stroudsburg PA 18301
                                                               or call (570) 422-3656.
                                For special accomodations at any of the events listed in the ESU Baseball Guide,
                                            contact the Office of Sports Information at (570) 422-3312.




                          East Stroudsburg University at a Glance
School Colors: Red and Black                                                                                                Sports Information Director: Greg Knowlden
Team Nickname: Warriors                                                                                                             Phone: 570-422-3312 (Office)
Head Baseball Coach: John Kochmansky                                                                                                         570-422-3586 (Office Fax)
        Phone: 570-422-3263                                                                                                                  570-977-9251 (Cell)
        e-mail: jkochmansky@po-box.esu.edu                                                                                          e-mail: gknowlden@po-box.esu.edu
Assistant Coaches: Bob Shebelsky and Grad. Asst.
        Kevin Woodbridge                                                                                                    ESU offers 21 NCAA sports
Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Gioglio                                                                                          Men’s Sports (10): Baseball, soccer, football, cross country,
        Phone: 570-422-3642                                                                                                 basketball, wrestling, indoor track and field, outdoor track and
        e-mail: tgioglio@po-box.esu.edu                                                                                     field, tennis
Baseball Athletic Trainer: John Paolini                                                                                     Women’s Sports (12): Softball, soccer, field hockey,
Equipment Manager: Art Kroll                                                                                                volleyball, golf, cross country, swimming, basketball, indoor
Web Site: www.esu.edu                                                                                                       track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis, lacrosse
Hotline: 570-422-3000

ESU Baseball Media Guide                                                                                                                                                               1
ADMINISTRATORS
         Dr. Robert J. Dillman                                 Dr. Tom Gioglio                                  Dr. Carey Snyder
               President                                       Athletic Director                            Associate Athletic Director
                                Dr. Robert J.                                       Dr. Tom Gioglio                                   Dr. Carey
                            Dillman, president                                 is in his sixth year                                Snyder is in
                            of East Stroudsburg                                as the Director                                     her 23rd year
                            University since                                   of Athletics at                                     in the athletic
                            1996, has initiated                                East Stroudsburg                                    department at
                            ambitious                                          University. As                                      East Stroudsburg
                            enhancements                                       the Director of                                     University.
                            that will chart                                    Athletics, he                                          She has served
                            the institution’s                                  is responsible                                      as associate
                            success into the                                   for providing                                       athletic director
                            future. Dr. Dillman                                leadership of an                                    the past 22 years
                            has taken an active                                athletic department                                 and is ESU’s
role in athletics and serves as the Chairman of   which sponsors 21 teams with over 500               Senior Women’s Administrator. In addition
the Board of Directors of the PSAC.               student-athletes and a staff of over 60.            to other responsibilities, she processes
    Numerous new undergraduate and                    Athletic facility renovations under             student-athlete eligibility, serves as the
graduate degree programs have been added          Gioglio include the installation of FieldTurf       NCAA compliance officer, and maintains
and academic accreditations achieved during       at Eiler-Martin Stadium and Whitenight              the budget for the 21-sport intercollegiate
Dr. Dillman’s 13-year tenure at ESU.              Field, lighting, outdoor track and concession       athletic program.
     Eiler-Martin Stadium has undergone           area at Eiler-Martin Stadium and dugouts                Snyder prepares all athletic department
major upgrades under the president’s              at Mitterling Field. There has also been a          comprehensive reports for the federal
direction. FieldTurf was installed last summer    significant increase in revenue raised to           government and the NCAA. For 17 years,
to give ESU a durable, all-weather surface at     enhance the athletic scholarship budget             prior to 2005, she also coordinated event
one of the premier venues in the PSAC. Lights     through fundraising initiatives sponsored           management for over 400 athletic contests
were installed in the spring of 2007 and night    through the Warrior Athletic Club, including        annually.
games were played for the first time in school    the Television Fundraising Auction that was             She manages the athletic operating
history, and the track was resurfaced and         incorporated by Gioglio.                            budget, away contests, team travel,
expanded to eight lanes in 2005.                      Gioglio serves on several committees            contracts and non-session arrangements.
    The president has spearheaded several         both on campus and in the community. His                Snyder is the founder and chair of the
building projects at ESU, including: the          involvement at ESU includes the President’s         Women’s Athletic Scholarship Golf Classic
state-of-the-art $44 million Hoeffner Science     Commission for Racial and Ethnic Diversity,         that raises scholarship dollars for women
and Technology Center, the first new major        the Student Athlete Center for Excellence,          student-athletes. She currently serves on
academic building at ESU since 1979 which         the Student Athlete Advisory Council, the           the Women in Sport Day Committee, the
opened for the fall 2008 semester; a student      Intercollegiate Athletic Committee, the PSAC        Intercollegiate Athletic Committee and the
Recreation Center; the Ahnert Alumni              Athletic Directors Governing Council and the        Gender Equity Planning Committee and has
Center, which houses the University Office        PSAC Executive Committee.                           also served on the University Faculty Senate.
of Advancement and Alumni Relations;                  He is currently the only Director of                Prior to ESU, Snyder had a highly
University Ridge, a 10 building apartment-        Athletics serving as a facilitator of the           successful career as a volleyball and softball
style student housing complex; and a              NCAA Division II Leadership Academy and             coach at California Lutheran University in
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship        also serves on the NCAA Northeast Region            Thousand Oaks, California.
(currently under construction) that will result   Women’s Soccer Rankings Committee.                      She earned her B.S. from Springfield
in an economic impact of $57 million in               Gioglio is the PSAC Athletic Trainers and       College in Physical Education and her
Monroe County.                                    Indoor Track Liaison, and a member of the           Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Athletic
    Other campus capital improvements             National Association of Collegiate Directors        Administration from the University of
include an admissions center addition in          of Athletics and the National Association of        Southern California.
the Reibman Administration Building and a         Division II Athletic Administrators. He is also a
major safety, storm water management and          member of the Pocono YMCA Board and the
beautification project that was completed         Burnley Workshop of the Poconos Board.
last summer.                                          A native of nearby Morristown, N.J.,
    While in college, Dillman competed in         Gioglio previously served as Director of
four sports — soccer, baseball, basketball and    Athletics at Dakota State University and the
track & field — at SUNY New Paltz.                University of Saint Mary in Kansas.
    Dr. Dillman came to ESU from Fairmont             Gioglio earned his bachelor’s degree
(W.V.) State where he was president for           in Physical Education at Montclair State
eight years. He earned a master’s degree at       University and his first master’s degree in
Penn State University and a Ph.D from Clark       education at Mansfield University, and his
University, both in geography.                    second at Northern State in Aberdeen, S.D.
                                                  He also holds a doctorate degree from West
                                                  Virginia University.
                                                      Gioglio and his wife Melissa are the proud
                                                  parents of two daughters, Kalista and Kinley.
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                                                                       HEAD COACH JOHN KOCHMANSKY
      John Kochmansky enters his third
season as the head baseball coach at East                                                             Contact Information
Stroudsburg University after leading the                                                              Head Coach John Kochmansky
Warriors to a school-record 32 wins during                                                            Koehler Fieldhouse
the 2009 campaign.                                                                                    Phone: (570) 422-3263
      The record-setting season included eye-
                                                                                                      E-mail: jkochmansky@po-box.esu.edu
popping offensive numbers and impressive
individual performances, led by All-American
and MLB draft choice Mark Angelo who was                                                            consecutive District 11 playoff appearances
selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 44th                                                        and was named the area’s coach of the
round of the June draft.                                                                            year by the Easton Express-Times in 2000
      The Warriors set eight single season and                                                      and 2004. His teams played in the district
five career offensive records, with Angelo                                                          semifinal in 2000, the district final in 2003
reaching five individual marks in his only                                                          and won the Colonial League championship
season at ESU and All-Region outfielder Kevin                                                       in 2004.
Thompson breaking or sharing five career                                                                 Kochmansky was an assistant coach at
records, including home runs (17), extra-base                                                       Lehigh in fall 2007 before taking over the
hits (66) and RBI (124).                                                                            ESU program. He was also an assistant coach
      Angelo and Thompson both hit 12                                                               at Lafayette College in 1999, and spent two
home runs, had 34 extra-base hits and hit         quality student-athletes who are prepared to      years as a volunteer assistant at Virginia
better than .400 for the season. Designated       compete both in the classroom and on the          Tech while he pursued his Master’s degree
hitter John Pisker also hit .400 to give the      diamond.                                          in Health and Physical Education during the
Warriors three of the seven .400 seasons in             “Our ultimate goal is to be a consistent    1995 and 1996 seasons.
school history.                                   winner in the PSAC, to compete for                     In 1997, he was an assistant coach for
      As a team, ESU hit .340, slugged 44         conference championships and play in the          the Wilmington (N.C.) Sharks of the Coastal
home runs and 132 doubles and averaged            Division II College World Series,” Kochmansky     Plain League, a summer collegiate baseball
nearly eight runs per game. On the mound,         said.                                             league.
the staff’s 4.36 ERA was the best in an                 ESU’s offensive statistics have increased        Kochmansky graduated from the
aluminum bat season in at least 25 years,         significantly since Kochmansky joined the         University of Delaware in 1988 with a
and the Warriors hurled five shutouts and         Warriors five years ago, led by five players      bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical
averaged nearly a strikeout per inning.           who have been first team All-PSAC East            Education with teacher’s certification. He
      Left-hander Jeremy Gigliotti returns        selections - Josh Butler (2006-07), Jacob         earned his Master’s degree in Health and
for his senior year after earning three All-      DeBoer (2006-07), Mike Bortz (2008), Angelo       Physical Education from Virginia Tech in
Region accolades and preseason All-America        (2009) and Thompson (2009).                       1996.
mention as the 2010 season begins. His 2.55             Kyle Sheaffer, a 2008 graduate, also             While at Delaware, Kochmansky was
ERA included a run of 31.2 innings without        flourished under Kochmansky’s guidance,           the Blue Hens’ captain as a senior and led
allowing an earned run as he dominated            leaving ESU ranked in the career top 10 in        the team with a .426 batting average while
during the PSAC East schedule.                    nine offensive categories.                        compiling a 16-game hitting streak in 1987.
      Kochmansky was ESU’s top assistant                DeBoer, who signed a professional                He also played three summers for the
coach and recruiting coordinator for three        contract and played for the River City Rascals    Quakertown Blazers of the Atlantic Collegiate
seasons, from 2005 through 2007, before           of the Frontier League last summer, played        Baseball League. He holds the ACBL career
accepting his first collegiate head coaching      for Kochmansky at both ESU and Pen Argyl          record for runs scored, ranks second in hits
position. He helped the Warriors to their first   High School, where Kochmansky was the             and third in runs batted in. His career batting
PSAC postseason berth in 22 years in 2007,        head baseball coach from 2000-05. DeBoer          average of .386 is fourth in ACBL history,
which included a win over No. 1-ranked            set school records for hits (224), total bases    including a .458 mark in 1987.
Kutztown in the PSAC tournament.                  (297) and stolen bases (66) during his career          Kochmansky resides in East Stroudsburg
      Kochmansky’s philosphy for the              with the Warriors.                                with his wife, Shala, and their 12-year old son
Warriors baseball program is to bring in                Kochmansky guided Pen Argyl to five         Jake.


                                                    Kevin Woodbridge • Graduate Assistant Coach
                              Kevin Woodbridge is the graduate assistant coach for the ESU baseball program during the 2010 season. He will be
                        the Warriors’ pitching coach under head coach John Kochmansky and will also assist with recruiting and the day-to-day
                        operations of the program.
                              Woodbridge resides in Bangor, PA and played baseball at Bangor High School before moving on to Arcardia
                        University, where he was a pitcher for four years and team captain as a senior when the squad made the first postseason
                        appearance in school history. He ranks in the top 10 in school history in ERA, appearances and saves and went his final
                        41 appearances without a loss from early in his sophomore year until the end of his senior season.
                              He was an assistant coach at Arcadia for four years before taking over as head coach in 2007, when he led his team
to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference regular season title (24-12, 17-4) to receive PAC Coach of the Year honors. He was the youngest coach of
the year award recipient in conference history and guided a pitching staff that lowered the school record for ERA by more than a full run (3.67)
and allowed four home runs in 277 innings.
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2010 ROSTER/SACE
#         Name                             Pos.      Yr.     Ht.       Wt.        B/T   Hometown/High School
1         Carey Zimmerman                  OF        So.     5-7       155        R/R   Minisink Hills/East Stroudsburg South
2         Evan Gallagher                   SS        So.     6-0       170        R/R   Elizabethtown/Elizabethtown
3         Colin Kelly                      P/Util.   Fr.     6-1       180        R/R   Williamsport/Loyalsock
4         Jeremy Gigliotti                 P         Sr.     6-1       185        L/L   Saylorsburg/Pleasant Valley
5         Jake Griesemer                   Inf.      R-So.   5-10      180        R/R   Kunkletown/Pleasant Valley (West Chester)
6         Jason Collazo                    C         Fr.     5-11      185        R/R   Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan
7         Chad Jacobson                    OF/P      So.     5-11      180        R/R   Montoursville/Montoursville
8         Bryce Muth                       C         Jr.     5-9       185        R/R   Breinigsville/Parkland
9         Christian Saveri                 P         Sr.     6-0       190        L/L   Bethlehem/Bethlehem Catholic
10        Kyle Evans                       P         R-Fr.   6-3       185        R/R   Tamaqua/Tamaqua
12        Evan Cain                        OF        Fr.     5-10      175        R/R   Towson, Md./Calvert Hall
14        Ryan Guarino                     Inf.      So.     6-0       185        R/R   Jackson, N.J./Jackson Memorial
15        Jason Kelmer                     P/3B      Jr.     6-4       220        R/R   Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West (Salem CC)
17        John Pisker                      OF        R-Sr.   6-0       180        S/R   Oley/Oley Valley
18        Mike Muglia                      P         Fr.     6-1       165        L/L   South Plainfield, N.J./South Plainfield
19        Brian Ernst                      P/1B/3B   Fr.     6-0       210        R/R   Allentown/Salisbury
21        Kenny Serfass                    OF/1B     Sr.     6-2       210        R/R   Kunkletown/Pleasant Valley
22        Zak Tupper                       IF/OF     R-Fr.   6-2       215        R/R   Royersford/Spring Ford
23        Ryan Beck                        P         So.     6-6       190        R/R   Whitehall/Whitehall (Keystone CC)
24        Mike Glassic                     P         Fr.     6-2       180        R/L   Northampton/Northampton
25        Brendan O’Connor                 C         Sr.     5-11      185        R/R   Saylorsburg/Pleasant Valley
26        Adam Grabowski                   P         Jr.     5-10      190        R/R   Scott Township/Lakeland (Lackawanna CC)
28        Tom Spilatore                    1B        Fr.     6-3       210        L/R   Kendall Park, N.J./South Brunswick
31        Tyler Setzler                    P         Fr.     6-3       170        R/R   Chester Springs/Owen J. Roberts
32        Nico Delerme                     C         Fr.     6-0       200        L/R   Mechanicsburg/Red Land
33        Eric Boyer                       OF        Fr.     6-2       200        L/R   Coopersburg/Southern Lehigh

Head Coach: #27 John Kochmansky (Delaware ’88, third season)
Graduate Assistant Coach: #13 Kevin Woodbridge



         Student-Athlete Center for Excellence                                              Academic Coordinator for
      In 1998, ESU established a Student-Athlete Center for Excellence on                          Athletics
 campus. The center includes experts in exercise physiology, nutrition, academic
 counseling, psychological counseling and sport studies.                                                            Nancy Jo Greenawalt
      The SACE was created to provide all student-athletes with the guidance,                                         Nancy Jo Greenawalt serves
 counseling and instruction necessary to enhance their academic and athletic                                       as the Academic Coordinator
 performance.                                                                                                      for Athletics. Her main
 Academic services offered:                    Exercise science services offered:                                  responsibility is to organize an
   Academic Counseling                           Body composition analysis                                         academic support structure
   Assistance in acquiring tutorial services     Dietary analysis                                                  for nearly 500 Warriors
   Assistance in declaring a major               Nutritional/psychological assessment                              student-athletes.
   CHAMPS/life skills programming                Hydration or body water status                                       Greenawalt has 25 years
   Professional career development skills        Nutritional counseling
   Progress reports/academic monitoring          Aerobic power analysis
                                                                                                                   of experience in higher
   Referral coordination to other university     Overtraining analysis                                             education, including 14
   agencies                                      Psychological Skills Training          years at Albright College and 11 at ESU. During her
                                                                                        time at Albright, she worked as the Associate Athletic
                                                                                        Director for Women and Physical Education Department
                 The SACE Staff                                                         Chairperson. She has also served on numerous NCAA,
 Shala Davis, Ph.D., exercise science
                                                                                        national and regional committees.
 Tom Gioglio, E.d.D., administration
                                                                                             A 1978 graduate of Albright College, Greenawalt
 Colleen Shotwell, MS, sports medicine
 Robert P. Fleischman, Ed.D, sport studies                                              was inducted into the Albright Athletic Hall of Fame
 Nancy Jo Greenawalt, MS, physical education                                            in 1997 for her achievements earned as a five-sport
 Donna Leitner, Ph.D., counseling                                                       student-athlete and head coach for volleyball,
 Paula Parker, Ed.D, sport and exercise                                                 badminton and tennis. She earned her bachelor’s
      psychology                                                                        degree in psychology from Albright and her master’s
 Student Athletic Representatives                                                       degree in physical education from Penn State
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      The 2009 season was a record-breaking        second half of the season, with a run of 31.2       at first. Serfass is a three-year letterwinner
one for the East Stroudsburg University            innings without allowing an earned run that         at ESU and a co-captain with his high school
baseball program. The Warriors set the school      spanned four of his six conference starts.          teammates from Pleasant Valley, Gigliotti and
record with 32 wins, established new marks         The streak started in the final inning of his       catcher Brendan O’Connor.
in nearly every team and individual offensive      start against West Chester on March 20, and               Around the rest of the infield,
category, and produced the second All-             Gigliotti didn’t allow another earned run           sophomores Ryan Guarino and Evan
American and MLB draft choice in ESU history       until the sixth inning of a 2-1 (8 inn.) win vs.    Gallagher were everyday starters up the
in third baseman Mark Angelo.                      Mansfield in his final start of the year.           middle as freshmen, with Guarino at second
      The Warriors hit .340 as a team, produced          Saveri made a pair of conference starts,      and Gallagher at shortstop. Kelmer is
7.9 runs per game and hit 132 doubles and          including a six inning, one run, 10 strikeout       projected as the top third baseman.
44 home runs, all school records. On the           performance against Bloomsburg, and set                   Redshirt sophomore Jake Griesemer,
mound, ESU’s 4.36 ERA was the best during          the school record with 22 appearances while         another Pleasant Valley product who played
an aluminum bat season in the past 25 years,       pitching in 14 of ESU’s 24 conference games.        one year at West Chester, will spend time
and the staff averaged nearly a strikeout per      He sported a 3.24 ERA with 57 strikeouts            at second, third and occasionally short,
inning for the season.                             against just nine walks in 50.0 innings and         with redshirt freshman Zak Tupper also
      Two key pitchers, senior left-handers        had five wins and four saves to earn second         contributing at third.
Jeremy Gigliotti and Christian Saveri, return      team All-PSAC East honors.                                Guarino started 37 games at second
for the upcoming campaign under third-year               The top candidates to comprise the            base and hit .301 as a freshman. He had a .430
head coach John Kochmansky. Gigliotti was          other half of the weekend rotation are              on-base percentage, with 20 walks and eight
named a preseason NCBWA All-American               freshman Brian Ernst and junior Jason               HBP’s in 113 at bats, and scored 34 runs while
after making all three All-Region teams a year     Kelmer, a pair of hard-throwing right-handers       setting the table for the heart of the Warriors’
ago, while Saveri was an All-PSAC East reliever    who are the Warriors’ top two newcomers and         lineup.
who will step into the rotation this spring.       will also contribute offensively when they                Gallagher posted a .363 batting average
      Offensively, the Warriors will be a team     aren’t on the mound.                                and .420 on-base percentage hitting mostly
in transition. Forty-three of the school-record          Ernst was the Lehigh Valley Player of the     in the ninth spot in the order, where he
44 home runs from last year are gone, which        Year after leading Salisbury to the Colonial        constantly extended innings for one of the
included 12 each from Angelo and outfielder        League championship last season, while              top offenses in PSAC history. He started 47
Kevin Thompson, 10 from first baseman Chris        Kelmer played two years at Salem Community          games at shortstop, including 23 of the 24
Zsenak and seven by outfielder Mike Bortz.         College after earning two All-Conference            PSAC East contests, and hit .348 in conference
      Senior John Pisker, the second team          honors at Cherry Hill West High School (N.J.).      action.
designated hitter on the All-PSAC East team,             Sophomore Chad Jacobson saw time on                 Behind the plate, O’Connor and junior
hit the only home run among the Warriors’          the mound last spring, throwing 11.2 innings        Bryce Muth have given the Warriors a solid
returners. Pisker hit .407 last season, one of     over eight games, and won his only start of         one-two combination over the last two
three players to top the .400 mark (Angelo         the season. He should contribute as a reliever      years. O’Connor hit .319 as a junior and has
.421, Thompson .401), with 48 hits in 118 at       and midweek starter and may also spend              started 71 games at catcher in his career
bats, and had a .478 on-base percentage, .534      time in the outfield.                               at ESU, where he has thrown out nearly 30
slugging percentage and cracked 12 doubles.              The rest of the pitching staff will be        percent of opposing base stealers. Muth had
He will be one of ESU’s top offensive threats      comprised of newcomers who will compete             a .291 average and made 17 starts a year ago.
as the lineup takes on a different feel in 2010.   for both weekend and midweek innings -              Freshman Nico Delerme is a highly regarded
      With just 10 letterwinners returning,        junior Adam Grabowski, sophomore Ryan               prospect and is also expected to contribute,
this year’s team will have 16 new faces in the     Beck, redshirt freshman Kyle Evans and              and freshman Jason Collazo is the fourth
dugout. Their ability to perform consistently      freshmen Mike Glassic, Colin Kelly, Mike            catcher on the roster.
at a high level will determine whether the         Muglia and Tyler Setzler. Grabowski is a                  In the outfield, sophomore Carey
2010 Warriors can achieve one of the only          potential conference starter and Kelly is also      Zimmerman is the only returning starter after
things the 2009 squad did not - earn a PSAC        expected to fight for a weekend spot.               the departure of Bortz and Thompson, two
playoff berth. ESU ended up on the wrong                 Despite the loss of last year’s power bats    of the top offensive players in school history.
side of a tiebreaker for the final spot a year     from a record-setting season, ESU should put        Zimmerman played in 45 games and made 25
ago after splitting its final weekend series.      a solid offensive team on the field. A premium      starts - 24 in left field - and moves to center
      The ability to pitch and play defense will   will still be put on extra-base hits, with some     to take over for Bortz this season. He hit .316,
be critical as ESU adjusts offensively, and the    of last year’s 132 doubles turning into triples     went 10-for-12 on stolen base attempts and
presence of Gigliotti and Saveri in the rotation   with more speed in the lineup. The Warriors         scored 22 runs in 2009.
give the Warriors two of the top pitchers in       also stole 83 bases a year ago and may run                Several candidates are available to fill the
the PSAC.                                          even more this year as they generate offense        corner outfield spots, and the Warriors should
      Gigliotti was 5-2 with a 2.55 ERA, 68        without the long ball.                              be above average defensively at all three
strikeouts in 60.0 innings and an opponets’              The Warriors’ defensive lineup will largely   positions.
batting average of .214. He earned first team      be dependent upon the presence of Ernst and               Freshmen Eric Boyer and Evan Cain
All-Region honors from Daktronics (sports          Kelmer in the pitching rotation. Both players       have joined the program and should play key
information directors) and second team             will be in the mix at first base and DH, with       roles. Serfass, Jacobson, Tupper and Spilatore
recognition from the ABCA and NCBWA,               Kelmer also seeing time at third.                   are also expected to contribute, and Pisker
along with a second team All-PSAC East nod.              Senior Kenny Serfass and freshman             will play the outfield as well along with his
      He was nearly untouchable during the         Tom Spilatore will also be part of the rotation     regular spot as the Warriors’ DH.
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                              Jeremy GIGLIOTTI • 4
                              LHP 6-1       185     L/L                   Senior
                              Saylorsburg/Pleasant Valley
                              Junior: Preseason All-American (NCBWA, third team) entering senior season ... named to three All-Region teams
                           following 2009 campaign ... first team Daktronics and second team ABCA and NCBWA All-Region and second team
                           All-PSAC East ... had streak of 31.2 innings without allowing an earned run from March 20-April 24 ... 5-2 record with
                           2.55 ERA in 60.0 innings ... third in PSAC with 68 strikeouts, first in strikeouts looking (31), fourth in ERA and fifth in
                           opponents’ average (.214) ... third in ESU record book in single-season strikeouts behind only major leaguer Joel
                           Bennett (1990, 1991) ... enters senior year ranked ninth in career strikeouts (142) and games started (26) ... had 1.62 ERA
                           in 39.0 innings (six starts), 38 strikeouts, 12 walks and .199 opponents average vs. PSAC East ... threw five-hitter with six
strikeouts and one walk for first career shutout, blanking Millersville 12-0 ... six scoreless innings with two hits and eight strikeouts in 13-3 victory
vs. Bloomsburg ... went nine innings, allowing three hits and one unearned run, in 2-1 (12 inn.) loss vs. Shippensburg ... didn’t allow an earned
run until the sixth inning of 2-1 (8 inn.) victory vs. Mansfield in final start (7.0 IP, 10 strikeouts, one walk) ... also had 10 strikeouts in five shutout
innings of 13-2 win vs. Gannon in Florida ... allowed 12 extra-base hits in 60 innings.
     Sophomore: Second on team with nine starts and started during all five of the conference weekends ... shut down West Chester with
complete game four-hitter in 5-2 victory ... tied career-high with 10 strikeouts over 6.0 innings in final start of the season as ESU beat Millersville
5-3 ... struck out seven in 7.0 innings in complete game, 4-1 win over Rockhurst (Mo.) ... had 27 strikeouts in 24.2 innings vs. the PSAC East.
     Freshman: Led ESU with a 4.45 ERA in his first season ... made six starts, including 5.0 innings (0 ER) vs. Shippensburg in PSAC tournament
game ... struck out eight batters in his first career start vs. Apprentice, and 10 in his next start against Lock Haven ... had 28 strikeouts in 28.1
innings.
     Background: Helped Pleasant Valley to the 2004 and 2006 Mountain Valley Conference championships ... Pocono Record All-Area selection
both seasons ... went 5-1 with a 1.75 ERA as a sophomore, and 6-2 with a 1.99 ERA as a senior ... 2006 Morning Call All-Area second team ... Honor
Roll student ... majoring in Sport Management.
         G       GS      CG      SHO       ERA        W-L       S         IP       H         R         ER         BB        SO         WP        HBP
2007     8       6       0       0         4.45       2-1       0         28.1     27        22        14         23        28         4         5
2008     10      9       3       0         7.08       3-5       0         48.1     62        52        38         32        46         5         5
2009     11      11      1       1         2.55       5-2       0         60.0     47        23        17         25        68         2         7
Career   29      26      4       1         4.54       10-8      0         136.2    136       97        69         80        142        11        17




                              Brendan O’CONNOR • 25
                              C      5-11 185       R/R                   Senior
                              Saylorsburg/Pleasant Valley
                             Junior: Played in 45 games and made 38 starts ... Warriors went 24-13 when he was in the lineup ... hit .319 and threw
                         out 31 percent (13-42) of opposing base stealers ... had nine multi-hit games and went 3-for-3 with a double, two RBI
                         and two runs in 9-8 win vs. Mercyhurst in Florida ... 4-for-5 in doubleheader vs. Northwood (Mich.) ... had season-best
                         seven-game hitting streak late in the year ... three two-hit games vs. PSAC East - 2-for-2, walk, 2 runs vs. Bloomsburg;
                         2-for-4 at Shippensburg and 2-for-5, 2 runs at Mansfield.
                             Sophomore: Started 33 games at catcher in his first season with the Warriors ... hit .200 with 18 hits and 12 walks ...
                         went 1-for-2 with two walks, an RBI and three runs in first game of a doubleheader vs. Bloomsburg ... went 2-for-2 in 14-
inning win over West Chester ... threw out 15 of 54 base stealers.
      Background: Three-year letterwinner and two-time All-Mountain Valley Conference selection at Pleasant Valley ... won conference
championships in 2004 (20-2) and 2006 (18-2) ... hit .429 as a junior and was named to the All-Area team ... Honor Roll student ... played baseball
as a freshman at Division I North Dakota State ... majoring in Elementary Education.
         G     GS     AVG.       AB      R      H      2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB     SLG%       BB      HP     SO     OBP%      SF     SH   SB-SBA
2008     35    33     .200       90      7      18     3      0      0      7      21     .233       12      0      11     .294      0      5    0-0
2009     45    38     .319       116     20     37     4      0      0      17     41     .353       11      2      18     .388      0      3    3-6
Career   80    71     .267       206     27     55     7      0      0      24     62     .301       23      2      29     .346      0      8    3-6




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                              John PISKER • 17
                              OF     6-0    175              S/R         R-Senior
                              Oley/Oley Valley
                                R-Junior (2009): Hit .407 to post one of nine .400 seasons in school history ... second team All-PSAC East designated
                            hitter ... one of three Warriors to hit .400 in 2009 (Mark Angelo .421, Kevin Thompson .401) ... made 39 starts, 30 at
                            DH and nine in left field ... hit sixth in the order in 37 games, part of a lineup with Mike Bortz (first or second), Angelo
                            (third), Chris Zsenak (fourth) and Thompson (fifth) that set school records with 426 runs, 7.9 runs per game, .340 batting
                            average, .432 on-base percentage and .511 slugging percentage ... opened season with seven-game hitting streak
                            (.579), including 4-for-4 with three RBI vs. Lock Haven at Apprentice ... had eight-game hitting streak late in the year and
                            had a hit in 12 of final 14 games ... had 13 multi-hit games, three three-hit games and one four-hit game (Lock Haven) ...
.478 on-base percentage ranked just outside top 10 in school history ... reached base in 33 of 37 starts, including 20 of first 21 ... hit .359 vs. PSAC
East (23-for-64) ... in conference games, went 3-for-9 vs. Kutztown, 5-for-11 vs. West Chester, 3-for-10 vs. Bloomsburg, 2-for-8 vs. Shippensburg,
5-for-11 vs. Millersville and 5-for-15 vs. Mansfield ... hit only home run of the year in first game of season-ending doubleheader at Mansfield.
     R-Sophomore (2008): Played in 34 games and made 25 starts in his first full season at ESU ... started 13 games in the outfield and 12 at
designated hitter ... homered from both sides of the plate in doubleheader vs. Southwest Minnesota State on the first day of the Gene Cusic
Classic in Fort Myers, Fla. ... also went deep with a three-run homer in win over Millersville ... went 4-for-6 vs. Charleston (W.V.) in Florida ... had
two-hit games vs. UNC-Pembroke and Lock Haven.
     Sophomore (2007): Received a medical redshirt for the 2007 season ... played in four games at the Apprentice Builders Classic in Virginia
before missing the rest of the season due to an injury ... hit .429 with three multiple-hit games ... 2-for-3 with two RBI vs. Lock Haven and 2-for-5
with two RBI against Bloomsburg.
     Background: Four-year letterwinner as a catcher at Oley Valley ... All-Division, All-Berks County and member of the Carpenter Cup team as a
senior ... played at DeSales University as a freshman ... majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy.

          G    GS      AVG.      AB      R       H    2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB     SLG%       BB     HP      SO     OBP%     SF    SH    SB-SBA
2007      4    4       .429      14      3       6    1      1      0      4      9      .643       3      1       1      .556     0     0     2-2
2008      34   25      .230      87      14      20   5      0      3      13     34     .391       9      3       20     .323     0     0     5-7
2009      40   39      .407      118     25      48   12     0      1      20     63     .534       13     3       29     .478     0     1     0-0
Career    78   68      .338      219     42      74   18     1      4      37     106    .484       25     7       50     .422     0     1     7-9


                              Christian SAVERI • 9
                              LHP 6-0       190    L/L    Senior
                              Bethlehem/Bethlehem Catholic
                               Junior: Set school record with 22 appearances, including three starts ... second team All-PSAC East selection as a
                           reliever ... pitched in 14 of the Warriors’ 24 conference games ... threw at least 2.0 innings in nine of 19 relief appearances
                           ... posted 3.24 ERA in 50.0 innings, with 57 strikeouts and only nine walks ... made PSAC East starts vs. Bloomsburg and
                           Shippensburg ... six innings, three hits, one run, 10 strikeouts and one walk in 8-1 victory vs. Bloomsburg ... allowed six
                           runs (two earned) in 4.2 innings in 10-5 loss vs. Shippensburg ... started and threw 3.1 innings (six runs, three earned)
                           vs. Kutztown at Apprentice Tournament ... relief appearances included 6.0 IP (1 run, 8 strikeouts) vs. Columbia Union
                           and 6.1 IP (1 earned run, 10 strikeouts) in three games vs. Kutztown ... had one-inning save in 3-2 win vs. Millersville ...
against PSAC East, had 32 strikeouts and five walks in 29.0 innings with 3.41 ERA ... fourth in school history with 50 career appearances, 14 away
from the record of 64.
     Sophomore: Led the Warriors with 18 appearances and made three starts ... threw five scoreless innings in relief and earned the win in
5-3, 14-inning win over West Chester ... tossed five-hit shutout in 8-0 victory vs. Bloomsburg ... won first start of the season vs. Ashland (Ohio),
allowing two earned runs while striking out five in 5.1 innings ... didn’t give up an earned run in three-inning relief stints at Wilmington and
Millersville.
     Freshman: Threw 16 innings as a reliever over 12 games, and went four innings in his only start against Wayne State ... earned the win with
three strikeouts in 1.1 innings of a 4-3 victory over Apprentice ... struck out 19 batters in 20 innings and gave up only three extra-base hits, all
doubles.
     Background: Won two District 11 championships at Bethlehem Catholic ... pitcher, outfielder and first baseman ... also played basketball
and ran track ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Sport Management.
          G       GS     CG      SHO          ERA     W-L       S        IP       H         R         ER         BB        SO        WP         HBP
2007      12      1      0       0            5.85    2-0       0        20.0     26        19        13         10        19        3          2
2008      18      3      1       1            4.95    3-3       3        36.1     43        31        20         12        20        7          4
2009      22      3      0       0            3.24    5-6       4        50.0     57        30        18         9         57        3          7
Career    52      7      1       1            4.32    10-9      7        106.1    126       80        51         31        96        13         13




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                              Kenny SERFASS • 21
                              OF/1B 6-2    210     R/R                  Senior
                              Kunkletown/Pleasant Valley
                             Junior: Played in 20 games and made three starts, two in left field and one at designated hitter ... drove in runs in
                           both ends of doubleheader vs. Gannon in Florida, with pinch-hit single in game one and double in game two ... also
                           appeared on the mound in two games ... threw perfect inning with two strikeouts vs. USP and allowed one unearned
                           run in two innings vs. Lock Haven.
                             Sophomore: Started 10 games at first base and three at DH ... had two-run single vs. Ashland in Fort Myers, Fla. ...
                           collected pinch-hit RBI single and scored in win at Bloomsburg.
                             Freshman: Started 25 games, primarily at first base (12) and catcher (11) ... had two games with three hits ... was
3-for-4 with three RBI against Hillsdale, and was 3-for-3 at Millersville ... had his first two career hits against Charleston in Fort Myers, Fla.
     Background: Three-year All-Conference and two-time All-District selection at Pleasant Valley ... team captain ... hit .456 with nine home
runs during his career ... won two Mountain Valley Conference championships ... four-year scholar-athlete and Honor Roll student ... majoring in
Business Management.
          G    GS     AVG.       AB     R      H      2B     3B    HR     RBI    TB      SLG%      BB      HP     SO     OBP%     SF    SH    SB-SBA
2007      28   25     .203       79     11     16     4      0     0      7      20      .253      7       0      23     .267     0     2     0-0
2008      20   13     .100       40     3      4      0      0     0      6      4       .100      3       1      10     .174     2     0     0-0
2009      20   3      .125       24     1      3      1      0     0      3      4       .167      3       0      7      .222     0     0     0-0
Career    68   41     .161       133    15     23     5      0     0      16     28      .196      13      1      40     .233     2     2     0-0

                              Bryce MUTH • 8
                              C      5-9     185     R/R                Junior
                              Breinigsville/Parkland
                                Sophomore: Played in 29 games and made 17 starts ... hit .291, including .375 mark (6-for-16) in PSAC East games
                            ... made six starts in conference action ... 3-for-3 with a double in second game of doubleheader at Millersville ... went
                            2-for-2 with a walk in start against Kutztown ... 3-for-6 with two doubles, three RBI and three runs in first two starts (at
                            Virginia State, vs. Lock Haven) ... had three RBI vs. Lock Haven and two RBI vs. Apprentice and Mercyhurst ... represented
                            ESU at NCAA Leadership Conference.
                                Freshman: Made 12 starts behind the plate ... went 1-for-2 and scored at Mansfield in first career PSAC East start ...
                            had first career hit at Columbia Union ... played final eight innings of 5-3, 14-inning win over West Chester and doubled
for his first career extra-base hit.
     Background: All-Lehigh Valley Conference catcher at Parkland ... three-year letterwinner and two-year captain ... earned four letters as a
defenseman in ice hockey and was assistant captain ... Honor Roll student and baseball scholar-athlete ... majoring in Exercise Science.
          G    GS      AVG.      AB      R     H      2B     3B     HR     RBI   TB      SLG%      BB      HP     SO     OBP%     SF    SH    SB-SBA
2008      19   12      .121      33      5     4      1      0      0      1     5       .152      9       0      10     .310     0     1     1-1
2009      29   17      .291      55      11    16     5      0      0      9     21      .382      11      3      10     .429     1     0     2-3
Career    48   29      .227      88      16    20     6      0      0      10    26      .295      20      3      20     .384     1     1     3-4

                              Adam GRABOWSKI • 26
                              P       5-10 190     R/R                  Junior
                              Scott Township/Lakeland
                             Background: Team MVP at Lackawanna Community College ... played baseball, football and basketball in high
                          school at Lakeland ... pitcher and infielder in baseball, defensive back in football and forward in basketball ... majoring
                          in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice.




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                              Jason KELMER • 15
                              P/3B 6-4        220      R/R      Junior
                              Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West
                             Background: Two-time first team All-Conference and All-Region selection at Salem Community College ... two-
                          time All-Conference selection at pitcher and third base in high school at Cherry Hill West ... three-year letterwinner ...
                          majoring in Exercise Science.




                              Jake GRIESEMER • 5
                              Inf.   5-10 180      R/R                   R-Sophomore
                              Kunkletown/Pleasant Valley
                             Background: Three-time All-Mountain Valley Conference shortstop at Pleasant Valley ... member of 2004 and 2006
                          MVC championship teams ... played in 30 games and made 20 starts as a freshman at West Chester ... Honor Roll
                          student ... majoring in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice.




                              Ryan BECK • 23
                              RHP 6-6      190               R/R         Sophomore
                              Whitehall/Whitehall
                            Background: Four-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball at Whitehall ... member of 2008 District 11
                          championship baseball team ... attended Keystone College for one year ... majoring Sport Management.




                              Evan GALLAGHER • 2
                              SS     6-0   170      R/R   Sophomore
                              Elizabethtown/Elizabethtown
                               Freshman: Started 46 of the Warriors’ 54 games at shortstop ... compiled .363 batting average and hit .348 vs. PSAC
                            East, starting 23 of 24 games ... hit in eighth or ninth spot in all 46 starts and turned over the lineup for the top offense
                            in school history ... .420 on-base percentage, scored 30 runs and had 20 RBI ... had top conference series vs. Bloomsburg,
                            going 8-for-15 with five RBI and four runs as Warriors won all four games ... 3-for-4 in first game at Bloomsburg, and
                            4-for-4 with a double, three RBI and scored twice in first game at ESU ... went 5-for-9 with two doubles and four runs in
                            final day of the year at Mansfield ... had 4-for-4 doubleheader in sweep of Wilmington ... 3-for-3 with a walk vs. Gannon
                            in Florida for first career multi-hit game ... had a dozen games with at least two hits.
     Background: Three-year starter and letterwinner at Elizabethtown ... two-time first team All-Section at shortstop ... Legion League All-Star
and Player of the Year ... team captain ... Gene Garber Award winner ... raised batting average each year, hitting .380 as a junior and .410 as a
senior ... led team to Section II championship with 15-4 record during final season ... two-year letterwinner as wide receiver and defensive back in
football ... won team’s Iron Man Award ... Honor Roll student ... Lions Club Scholarship Award recipient ... majoring in Exercise Science.
          G GS         AVG.      AB      R     H      2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB     SLG%      BB      HP      SO     OBP% SF        SH    SB-SBA
2009      51 46        .363      124     30    45     4      0      0      20     49     .395      13      2       25     .420 4         7     8-13
Career    51 46        .363      124     30    45     4      0      0      20     49     .395      13      2       25     .420 4         7     8-13




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                              Ryan GUARINO • 14
                              Inf.  6-0      185     R/R   Sophomore
                              Jackson, N.J./Jackson Memorial
                                 Freshman: Played in 41 games and made 37 starts at second base ... started three-quarters of the Warriors’ 24 PSAC
                            East games ... had .301 batting average and .431 on-base percentage (20 walks, 8 HBP) ... scored 34 runs and had 22 RBI
                            ... successful on 7-of-9 stolen base attempts ... hit .322 vs. PSAC East (19-for-59) with .397 on-base percentage ... 4-for-5,
                            three walks and six runs in two games vs. Bloomsburg ... went 4-for-9 and hit safely in three of four games vs. Millersville
                            ... 5-for-9 at Mansfield in final two games of the season ... reached base in 26 of 37 starts ... had 11 multi-hit games ... hit
                            .356 over the final 30 games (25 starts) with .467 on-base percentage to raise average from .200 to .301 at the end of
                            the year.
     Background: Three-year letterwinner while playing second, third and shortstop at Jackson Memorial ... played in All-Shore All-Star Game
after hitting .383 as a senior ... helped team to 18-6 record and top ranking in the Shore Conference ... named third team All-Shore, second
team All-County and first team All-Division and posted .430 batting average during junior season ... team went 20-8 and was ranked in the top
25 in the state ... earned three letters as a sprinter in indoor track and one letter in football ... High Honor Roll student ... majoring in Business
Management.
          G GS         AVG.      AB      R      H      2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB     SLG%       BB      HP     SO     OBP% SF         SH    SB-SBA
2009      41 37        .301      113     34     34     4      0      0      22     38     .336       20      8      27     .431 3          1     7-9
Career    41 37        .301      113     34     34     4      0      0      22     38     .336       20      8      27     .431 3          1     7-9


                              Chad JACOBSON • 7
                              Inf./OF/P     5-11   175                    R/R      Freshman
                              Montoursville/Montoursville
                               Freshman: Played in 25 games in first year at ESU ... made seven starts in left field, one at DH and one on the mound
                           ... appeared in eight games as a pitcher ... had 4.63 ERA in 11.2 innings ... won only start, throwing six innings and
                           allowing two runs (one earned) in 22-2 win at USP ... didn’t allow an earned run in first five appearances (4.0 innings)
                           ... at the plate, hit .238 with three doubles ... 2-for-4 with two doubles, one RBI and one run vs. Lincoln ... had pinch-hit
                           two-run double and scored vs. Gannon ... 1-for-2 with two walks and scored two runs in start vs. Columbia Union.
                               Background: Susquehanna Valley League Co-Player of the Year as a senior at Montoursville ... helped school to three
                           straight SVL championships ... Sun-Gazette Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2006 when Montoursville was the
state runner-up with a 24-4 record ... school won District 4 championship in 2008 ... first team All-SVL pitcher ... also played infield as a four-year
letterwinner ... three-year letterwinner in football ... played quarterback, defensive back, kicker and punter and was ESPN Radio 1050 Defensive
Back of the Year ... Sun-Gazette’s Outstanding Male Athlete for 2008 ... also earned two letters in basketball ... member of Key Club and FBLA ...
majoring in Business Management.
          G GS         AVG.      AB      R      H      2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB      SLG%      BB      HP      SO     OBP% SF        SH    SB-SBA
2009      25 9         .291      42      5      10     3      0      0      6      13      .310      5       1       8      .327 1         2     2-4
Career    25 9         .291      42      5      10     3      0      0      6      13      .310      5       1       8      .327 1         2     2-4


                              Carey ZIMMERMAN • 1
                              OF     5-7     145      R/R    Freshman
                              Minisink Hills/East Stroudsburg South
                              Freshman: Started 25 games in the outfield and played in 45 games ... made 24 starts in left field and one in center
                          ... hit .316 and struck out eight times in 95 at bats ... on the bases, went 10-for-12 on stolen bases and scored 22 runs ...
                          had eight multi-hit games, including three three-hit games and 4-for-5 game at Wilmington (two doubles, two steals,
                          two RBI, three runs) ... hit first or second in the order in 19 of 25 starts ... 3-for-4 in second game of doubleheader vs.
                          West Chester ... 3-for-5, double and three RBI vs. Lock Haven at Apprentice ... went 5-for-8 in doubleheader vs. Columbia
                          Union ... hit .261 in conference games (12-for-46).
                              Background: Pocono Record All-Area team selection as a senior at East Stroudsburg South ... hit .328 with five
doubles, a triple and a home run ... had 16 RBI, 13 runs and six stolen bases ... named to Puma and Under Armour preseason All-America teams ...
team captain as a junior and senior ... three-time team MVP ... four-year letterwinner as centerfielder and pitcher ... High Honor Roll student and
member of the National Honor Society ... majoring in Exercise Science.

          G GS         AVG.      AB      R      H      2B     3B     HR     RBI    TB      SLG%      BB      HP      SO     OBP% SF        SH    SB-SBA
2009      45 25        .316      95      22     30     6      0      0      18     36      .379      7       1       8      .365 1         2     10-12
Career    45 25        .316      95      22     30     6      0      0      18     36      .379      7       1       8      .365 1         2     10-12


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                           Kyle EVANS • 10
                           RHP 6-3       185            R/R        R-Freshman
                           Tamaqua/Tamaqua
                          Background: Earned 10 letters in four sports at Tamaqua ... four-year letterwinner in baseball ... second team All-Area
                       pitcher and team captain as a senior ... also played catcher and infield ... earned two letters each in basketball, cross
                       country and swimming ... state qualifier in cross country as a senior and ran on two district championship teams ... team
                       captain in swimming and member of two second-place teams in districts ... president of Chemistry Club and member of
                       Spanish Club ... Honor Roll student ... member of Spanish National Honor Society ... Who’s Who Among American High
                       School Students ... majoring in Business Management.



                           Zak TUPPER • 22
                           IF/OF 6-2     215      R/R              R-Freshman
                           Royersford/Spring Ford
                           Background: Earned eight letters in three sports at Spring Ford ... school’s Outstanding Male Athlete as a senior
                       ... member of District and state runner-up team as a senior with a 23-8 record ... second team All-Pac 10 and second
                       team All-Area shortstop ... Berks County All-Star ... three-year letterwinner in baseball and football as quarterback, wide
                       receiver and safety ... earned two letters in basketball and was second team All-Area at forward ... member of Science
                       Club and Student Activities Council ... Honor Roll student ... member of National Honor Society ... majoring in Sport
                       Management and minoring in Business Management.




                           Eric BOYER • 33
                           OF     6-2    200    L/R    Freshman
                           Coopersburg/Southern Lehigh
                          Background: Three-time first team All-Colonial League outfielder at Southern Lehigh ... honorable mention as a
                       freshman on undefeated league and District championship team ... first team All-Area as a senior, second team as
                       a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore ... three-year letterwinner in basketball and honorable mention
                       All-League during senior year as team won District championship ... member of National Honor Society ... Honor Roll
                       student ... majoring in Earth and Space Science and Secondary Education.




                           Evan CAIN • 12
                           OF    5-10 175        R/R               Freshman
                           Towson, Md./Calvert Hall
                         Background: First team All-County as a senior at Calvert Hall ... four-year letterwinner and three-year starter in the
                       outfield ... played on three straight MIAA championship teams ... three-year starter at quarterback and defensive back in
                       football ... majoring in Business Management.




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          Jason COLLAZO • 6
          C      5-11 185     R/R   Freshman
          Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan
           Background: Earned three letters in baseball and two in soccer at Manasquan ... team captain in baseball ... hit .346
        with five home runs ... played on Class A Central Division championship team ... three goals and five assists in soccer ...
        also played hockey for one year ... Honor Roll student ... major is undeclared.




          Nico DELERME • 32
          C     6-0   200     L/R                   Freshman
          Mechanicsburg/Red Land
          Background: Played on three straight Central Pennsylvania Commonwealth championship teams at Red Land ...
        four-year letterwinner at catcher ... third team Big 15 and two-time All-Conference selection ... two-year letterwinner in
        basketball ... member of National Honor Society ... majoring in Pre-Medicine.




          Brian ERNST • 19
          P/1B 6-0      210              R/R        Freshman
          Allentown/Salisbury
             Background: First team All-Colonial League, first team All-Area and 2009 Lehigh Valley Player of the Year at Salisbury
        ... led team to Colonial League championship ... four-year letterwinner at pitcher, shortstop and third base ... career
        batting average over .450 ... three-year letterwinner at quarterback in football ... team captain in both sports ... majoring
        in Sport Management.




          Mike GLASSIC • 24
          LHP 6-2     180    R/L  Freshman
          Northampton/Northampton
             Background: Two-year letterwinner at Northampton ... Express-Times and Morning Call honorable mention as a
        senior ... Carpenter Cup participant ... played in LVC-Colonial League all-star game ... went 7-3 with 2.16 ERA as a senior
        ... struck out 84 batters in 61.2 innings ... as a junior, went 4-2 with 1.83 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 38.1 innings ... played
        baseball for four years and basketball for two years ... member of Geology Club and SADD ... Honor Roll student ... major
        is undeclared.




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                           Colin KELLY • 3
                           P/Util. 6-1   180     R/R               Freshman
                           Williamsport/Loyalsock
                         Background: Member of 2008 state championship team at Loyalsock ... Sun-Gazette Player of the Year, Athlete of the
                       Year and All-State selection as a senior in 2009 ... three-time All-Conference selection ... career record of 22-3 with 1.50
                       ERA on the mound ... team won three straight conference titles (2007-09) and District championships as a junior and
                       senior ... four-year member of basketball team that won two conference and one District title ... Honor Roll student ...
                       Physicians Assistant major.




                           Mike MUGLIA • 18
                           LHP 6-1        165       L/L     Freshman
                           South Plainfield, N.J./South Plainfield
                         Background: Three-year letterwinner at pitcher, first base and center field at South Plainfield ... team captain ...
                       earned two letters in basketball and cross country ... majoring in Political Science.




                           Tyler SETZLER • 31
                           RHP 6-3       170     R/R     Freshman
                           Chester Springs/Owen J. Roberts
                         Background: Member of Pac-10 championship team as a senior at Owen J. Roberts ... three-year letterwinner and
                       honorable mention All-Conference selection in baseball and basketball ... major is undeclared.




                           Tom SPILATORE • 28
                           1B     6-3     210      L/R    Freshman
                           Kendall Park, N.J./South Brunswick
                         Background: Three-year letterwinner at South Brunswick ... honorable mention All-Area ... played first base and
                       outfield ... participated in Peer Leadership program ... majoring in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice.




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THE HONOR ROLL
         MLB Draft Choices                                                        1973 - Scott Myers (OF)                1962     Thomas Rider
2009 - Mark Angelo, 44th, Seattle                                                 1970 - Alan Frick (3B),                1961     Alan Stockholm
1991 - Joel Bennett, 21st, Boston                                                    Don Rentschler (P)                  1960     Ernie Howe

  NCAA Division II All-American                                                       Outstanding Player Award                   Team Coaches Award
2009 - Mark Angelo (IF/3B,                                                        2009   Kevin Thompson                    (for dedication, desire and overall
         ABCA 3rd team)                                                           2008   Mike Bortz                           contributions to the baseball
1985 - Jeff Pfeiffer (3B, 3rd)                                                    2007   Jacob DeBoer                                   program)
                                                                                  2006   Josh Butler                     2009     Mark Angelo, Chris Zsenak
            ABCA All-Region                                                       2005   Jacob DeBoer                    2008     Kyle Sheaffer
2009 - Mark Angelo (3B, 1st), Jeremy                                              2004   Jeff Dahl                       2007     Kirk Mueller
Gigliotti (P, 2nd)                                                                2003   Ryan Hatfield                   2006     Jacob DeBoer
                                                                                  2002   Bryan Yagel                     2005     Dave Shell
       Daktronics All-Region                                                      2001   Brett Reynolds                  2004     Nick Farkas
2009 - Jeremy Gigliotti (P, 1st), Mark                                            2000   Mike Pavolko                    2003     no award given
Angelo (3B, 2nd)                                                                  1999   J.D. Stern                      2002     Steve Harris
                                                                                  1998   J.D. Stern                      2001     Tadgh LaBar
         NCBWA All-Region                                                         1997   Bryan Cogliano                  2000     Scott Roth
2009 - Jeremy Gigliotti (P, 2nd), Kevin               Bryan Yagel                 1996   Joe Vadala                      1999     Justin Ertel
Thompson (OF, 2nd); 2007 - Josh                                                   1995   Mike Boebert                    1998     Dan Stacknick
Butler (OF, 2nd), Jacob DeBoer (2B,       1998 - J.D. Stern (CF)                  1994   Kevin Beaver                    1997     J.D. Stern
2nd); 2006 - Josh Butler (OF, 2nd)        1994 - Bob Wineburg (CF)                1993   Jim Wineburg                    1996     A.J. Muttillo
                                          1993 - Mike Boebert (P)                 1992   Frank Silva                     1995     Joe Stavisky
     NCAA North Atlantic Region           1991 - Joel Bennett (P),                1991   Joel Bennett                    1994     Chris Lengel
2001 - Bryan Yagel (1B, 1st), Brett          Jeff Trenberth (C)                   1990   Joel Bennett                    1993     Frank Silva
Reynolds (SS, 2nd); 2000 - Brett          1990 - Joel Bennett (P)                 1989   Joe Ragozino                    1992     Shane Kenney
Reynolds (SS, 1st), Tadgh LaBar (2B,      1989 - Joe Ragozino (2B)                1988   Joe Ragozino                    1991     Joe Moore
1st); 1998 - J.D. Stern (OF, 2nd); 1991   1988 - Shawn McCowan (C)                1987   Bob Siemon                      1990     Chris McCoy
- Joel Bennett (P, 1st); 1990 - Joel      1986 - Hank Peters (DH),                1986   John Markham                    1989     Chris Schellhamer
Bennett (P, 2nd); 1985 - Jeff Pfeiffer       Bob Siemon (OF)                      1985   Jeff Pfeiffer                   1988     Jerry Greeley
(3B, 1st), Mike Balent (P, 3rd); 1984 -   1985 - Mike Balent (P), Collin Becker   1984   Tim Bishop                      1987     Frank Gualtieri
Tim Bishop (OF, 2nd), Wayne Raineri          (SS), Tim Bishop (CF), Mark          1983   Jerry Renfer                    1986     Gary Vyskocil
(DH, 2nd)                                    Cannon (P), Jeff Pfeiffer (3B), Al   1982   Jerry Renfer                    1985     Jeff Pfeiffer
                                             Tischauser (2B), Gary Vyskocil (C)   1981   Bernie Evers
       PSAC Rookie of the Year            1984 - Tim Bishop (2B, P), Bob          1980   Bill Phillips
2005 - Dave Boyer (P); 2001 - Nick           Crofton (OF), Jeff Pfeiffer (OF),    1979   Mike Petruny
Farkas (OF); 1994 - Bob Wineburg             Gary Vyskocil (C)                    1978   Joe Buletza
(OF); 1991 - Jeff Trenberth (C)           1983 - Mike Balent (P), Andy            1977   Pete Radocha
                                             Baranek (CF), Jerry Renfer (C),      1976   Pete Radocha
    PSAC First Team (since 1970)             Danny Weidlein (3B)                  1975   Dave Wilson
2009 - Mark Angelo (3B),                  1982 - Bob Gibson (3B), Jerry Renfer    1974   Lynn Koenig
   Kevin Thompson (OF)                       (C), Al Tischauser (DH)              1973   Scott Myers
2008 - Mike Bortz (OF)                    1981 - Bernie Evers (3B)                1972   Tom Bedics
2007 - Josh Butler (OF),                  1979 - Mike Petruny (2B)                1971   Conrad Rehrig
   Jacob DeBoer (2B)                      1978 - Joe Buletza (OF),                1970   Don Rentschler
2006 - Josh Butler (OF),                     Tim Terbush (SS)                     1969   Dick Siwak
   Jacob DeBoer (2B)                      1977 - Pete Radocha (3B)                1968   John Grobelny
2001 - Brett Reynolds (SS),               1976 - Duane Leeper (OF),               1967   John Grobelny
   Bryan Yagel (1B)                          Pete Radocha (C)                     1966   Thomas Moreken
2000 - Brett Reynolds (SS), Tadgh         1975 - Pete Radocha (3B)                1965   Thomas Washburn                            Jacob DeBoer
   LaBar (2B), Scott Roth (Utility)       1974 - Lynn Koenig (OF),                1964   James Reynolds
1999 - J.D. Stern (CF)                       Dave Wilson (1B)                     1963   Leroy Smith

                                                          Warriors Baseball Camps
                    WARRIOR BASEBALL PHILOSOPHY                                   The prospect camp will give all campers great interaction with college
Coach Kochmansky and his staff provides a baseball camp that is                   coaches and student-athletes. A one coach to 10-12 camper ratio will
developmental in nature. Players receive instruction and drill work to            allow for more intense instruction throughout the camp. All campers
improve their skills. The players can also showcase their talents to college      will receive individual and team instruction. There is an indoor workout
coaches and professional scouts. Both individual and team concepts will           facility on campus in the event of rain.
be utilized to give players the best experience.
                                                                                              WINTER CLINICS FOR LITTLE LEAGUE, JUNIOR HIGH
                            CAMP DIRECTOR                                                                 AND HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS
       John Kochmansky - Head Coach East Stroudsburg University                   This winter camp, held in January and February, is held at ESU’s indoor
             (570) 422-3263 or jkochmansky@po-box.esu.edu                         facilities at Koehler Fieldhouse. Amenities include three indoor batting
                                                                                  cages, indoor pitching mounds, soft-toss and tee nets, indoor track and
                             PROSPECT CAMP                                        plenty of workout space. The workouts are developmental and include
                       June 21-22 - Hitting/Offense                               stretching and throwing exercises as well as defensive drills by position
                  June 23-24 - Pitchers/Catchers/Defense                          and hitting drills. Video is utilized for hitting and pitching drills and
                        July 4-7 - Overnight Camp                                 campers have a chance to review.
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                                                                                                                                     THE PSAC
PSAC Overview                                                                     better - a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar-Athletes were first
      Originating in 1951 to administer and                                       recognized in the mid-1990s.
promote men’s athletics, the Pennsylvania                                               Although all 16 current institutions are members of Division II, eight
State Athletic Conference has evolved into one                                    league schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC
of the NCAA’s most heralded intercollegiate                                       schools enroll over 118,000 students and claim over 670,000 alumni, including
conferences.                                                                      430,000 who reside in Pennsylvania.
      The first major step came in 1977, when                                           The PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 16 member institutions. It
based on a growing interest, the league                                           employs a commissioner, two assistant commissioners and a director of media
reorganized to provide a structure for its                                        relations at its headquarters in Lock Haven, Pa.
women’s programs. Only three years later,
lacking a standard competitive division, league                                   2008-09 NCAA Champions
voted to reclassify the entire conference to NCAA Division II.                    Team - Bloomsburg, Field Hockey; Lock Haven, Softball
      The most recent enhancement came during the 2008-09 academic year           Individual - Division II Outdoor Track & Field - Nafee Harris, IUP (Long
when the PSAC expanded for the first time in its rich history, adding full-time   Jump); Neely Spence, Shippensburg (5000m); Division II Indoor Track &
members Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, and associate member            Field - Shippensburg, Distance Medley Relay (Mary Dell, Shannon Hare,
Long Island University-C.W. Post. The membership now consists of 16 full-time     Abigail Huber, Neely Spence); Division II Swimming & Diving - Kayla Kelosky,
institutions and the one associate.                                               Clarion (1m diving, 3m diving); Logan Pearsall, Clarion (3m diving); Division I
      All of the league’s full-time members are located within the                Wrestling - Jarrod King, Edinboro (165); Division II Wrestling - Joe Kemmerer,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which makes the PSAC the largest one-state          Kutztown (133); Josh Shields, Mercyhurst (165); Men’s Golf - Gavin Smith, IUP
conference in the NCAA. The league has also grown to share the distinctions
as: The largest conference in Division II, the largest football-playing           2008-09 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
conference in the NCAA, and, with 23, the conference that sponsors the most       Women’s Soccer - Taylor Hilinski, Mercyhurst; Ashley Jones, Edinboro;
championships at the Division II level.                                           Football - Jon Ochs, Bloomsburg; Bryan Boyce, Mercyhurst; Ryan Nye,
      Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools           Kutztown; Volleyball - Jenn Blasko, Slippery Rock; Men’s Basketball - Kyle
annually combine to send nearly one-third of its teams into NCAA postseason       Goldcamp, Gannon; Chris Bach, ESU; Softball - Sonia Petrosniak, California;
play. Ultimately, the membership’s success has yielded 42 NCAA team and 228       Women’s At-Large - Kelley Healey, Kutztown (Field Hockey); Men’s At-Large
individual title winners.                                                         - Jarrod King, Edinboro (Wrestling); Women’s Track & Field/Cross County
      While proud of its athletic accomplishments, the league also has            - Mary Dell, Shippensburg; Jennifer Harpp, Slippery Rock; Priscilla Jennings,
evolved into one of Division II’s finest from an academic standpoint. Today,      Millersville; Erin Richard, Clarion; Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country - Chris
nearly one-third of the PSAC’s estimated 6,200 participants are honored each      Clark, California; Paul Wagner, ESU
year as “Scholar-Athletes” for maintaining a grade-point average of 3.25 or


                                                            2009 PSAC Standings
Eastern Division                                                                  Western Division
                           PSAC                         Overall                                                PSAC                         Overall
                        W     L         Pct.         W      L         Pct.                                W       L       Pct.         W        L        Pct.
West Chester            21    3         .875         46     12        .793        Mercyhurst              18      6       .750         38       17       .691
Kutztown                16    8         .667         34     17        .667        California              16      8       .667         32       15       .681
Shippensburg            12    12        .500         23     31        .426        Slippery Rock           15      9       .625         36       15       .706
ESU                     10    14        .417         32     22        .593        Lock Haven              13      11      .542         21       32       .396
Millersville            10    14        .417         24     23        .511        IUP                     11      13      .458         22       26       .458
Mansfield               10    14        .417         23     30        .434        Clarion                 7       17      .292         13       32       .289
Bloomsburg              5     19        .208         17     29        .370        Gannon                  4       20      .167         10       36       .217
PLAYOFFS at Lancaster, Pa. May 5 - Cal 6, Ship 2 . . WCU 7, LHU 3 . . May 6 - KU 8, SRU 5 . . Mhurst 14, Mans 13 . . May 7 (Tournament
changed to single elimination) - WCU 12, Cal 11 (11) . . Mhurst 9, KU 2 . . WCU 16, Mhurst 2.


                   ESU Tournament Results                                                                2009 ESU Honor Roll
PSAC Championship                           NCAA Division II Tournament                ABCA All-America - Mark Angelo (IF) 3rd team
                                                                                       A                              (IF),
2007 at Slippery Rock                       1985 - Eastern Regionals at
California L 7-1; Kutztown W 9-5;             West Chester                             ABCA All-Region
Shippensburg L 4-1                          Shippensburg L 7-2                         1st team - Mark Angelo (3B), 2nd team - Jeremy Gigliotti (SP)
                                            Valdosta, Ga. L 16-3                       Gold Glove team - Mike Bortz (OF)
1985 at California - 2nd place                                                         Daktronics All-Region
California W 6-3; West Chester              ECAC Division II Championships             1st team - Jeremy Gigliotti (SP), Mark Angelo (3B)
W 2-1; West Chester L 11-8; West            1979, Third Place at Towson, Md.           NCBWA All-Region
Chester L 4-0; Shippensburg W 5-4           Frostburg W 3-0                            2nd team - Jeremy Gigliotti (SP), Kevin Thompson (OF)
                                            Frostburg L 1-0
1971 at ESU - champion                      Towson State L 5-0                         All-PSAC East
Shippensburg W 5-2                                                                     1st team - Mark Angelo (3B), Kevin Thompson (OF)
Edinboro W 2-0                              1974, Second Place at Widener              2nd team - Mike Bortz (OF), John Pisker (DH), Jeremy Gigliotti
                                            Scranton W 5-2                                      (SP), Christian Saveri (RP)
1969, 1963, 1957, Champion                  Widener L 4-0
No tournament held - Champions                                                         ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District - Bill Hezel (P)
decided by rating system
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2009 SEASON IN REVIEW
Date             Opponent                            Score                                March 23           at Wilmington                      W 14-6
Feb. 14          at Virginia State                   W 6-0                                March 27           *at Bloomsburg                     W 18-5 / W 10-4
Feb. 15          at Virginia State                   W 14-4 / W 8-3                       March 28           *BLOOMSBURG                        W 13-3 / W 8-1
Feb. 20          #vs. Bloomsburg                     L 0-9                                April 2            PHILADELPHIA U.                    W 9-4
Feb. 20          #vs. Lock Haven                     W 16-5                               April 4            *at Shippensburg                   W 8-3 / L 3-4
Feb. 21          #vs. Kutztown                       L 8-15                               April 5            *SHIPPENSBURG                      L 1-2 / L 5-10
Feb. 21          #vs. Apprentice School              W 10-1                               April 7            LOCK HAVEN                         W 16-1 / W 15-2
Feb. 22          #vs. Lock Haven                     L 10-17                              April 10           *at Millersville                   L 0-5 / L 6-9
Feb. 28          %vs. Mercyhurst                     W 9-8 / W 14-7                       April 11           *MILLERSVILLE                      W 12-0 / W 3-2
March 2          %vs. Slippery Rock                  W 10-7 / L 2-5                       April 15           LINCOLN                            W 13-0
March 3          %vs. Northwood (Mich.)              W 1-0 / L 1-5                        April 16           WILMINGTON                         W 15-2 / W 7-4
March 5          %vs. Gannon                         W 13-2 / W 8-1                       April 19           COLUMBIA UNION                     L 3-4 / W 12-7
March 6          %vs. Chestnut Hill                  W 3-0 / L 4-12                       April 24           *MANSFIELD                         W 2-1 / L 5-9
March 13         *at Kutztown                        L 1-6 / L 1-4                        April 25           *at Mansfield                      W 17-13 / L 15-16
March 14         *KUTZTOWN                           L 3-4 / L 2-3
March 18         at Columbia Union                   W 14-6 / L 5-6                       # at Apprentice Tournament, Newport News, Va.
March 19         at USP                              W 22-2                               % at Fort Pierce, Fla.
March 20         *WEST CHESTER                       W 4-3 / L 4-6                        * PSAC East game
March 21         *at West Chester                    L 1-9 / L 2-7


                                                                  2009 Season Statistics
Player                  AVG     GP    GS   AB      R      H     2B    3B   HR   RBI    TB    SLG%      BB    HBP   SO     OB%     SF    SH    SB-SBA    PO     A      E    FLD%
Mark Angelo             .421    53    53   183     57     77    21    1    12   58     136   .743      19    6     14     .481    4     0     11-13     82     61     14   .911
John Pisker             .407    40    39   118     25     48    12    0    1    20     63    .534      13    3     29     .478    0     1     0-0       5      2      0    1.000
Kevin Thompson          .401    54    54   167     56     67    19    3    12   51     128   .766      17    16    38     .500    0     0     3-5       65     5      4    .946
Chris Zsenak            .377    54    54   175     53     66    21    1    10   58     119   .680      27    11    25     .488    0     0     8-10      277    29     5    .984
Evan Gallagher          .363    51    46   124     30     45    4     0    0    20     49    .395      13    2     25     .420    4     7     8-13      50     104    19   .890
Mike Bortz              .346    54    53   182     59     63    20    1    7    58     106   .582      29    10    37     .447    7     0     17-25     88     1      3    .967
Brendan O’Connor        .319    45    38   116     20     37    4     0    0    17     41    .353      11    2     18     .388    0     3     3-6       230    25     2    .992
Carey Zimmerman         .316    45    25   95      22     30    6     0    0    18     36    .379      7     1     8      .365    1     2     10-12     33     4      1    .974
Anthony Clemens         .306    15    11   36      9      11    1     0    1    7      15    .417      7     0     11     .409    1     0     3-3       3      30     10   .767
Ryan Guarino            .301    41    37   113     34     34    4     0    0    22     38    .336      20    8     27     .431    3     1     7-9       58     69     12   .914
Bryce Muth              .291    29    17   55      11     16    5     0    0    9      21    .382      11    3     10     .429    1     0     2-3       140    18     0    1.000
Edwin Padua             .280    36    12   50      14     14    3     0    1    9      20    .400      4     1     7      .345    0     1     3-4       21     44     5    .929
Chad Jacobson           .238    25    9    42      5      10    3     0    0    6      13    .310      5     1     8      .327    1     2     2-4       13     1      0    1.000
Chad Schlegel           .230    26    17   61      8      14    3     0    0    15     17    .279      9     2     10     .338    2     2     5-6       30     36     3    .957
Brandon Snyder          .208    19    2    24      5      5     3     0    0    5      8     .333      4     0     4      .321    0     0     0-0       38     2      2    .952
Brendan O’Malley        .204    36    16   54      17     11    2     0    0    11     13    .241      10    5     8      .366    2     1     1-2       23     3      2    .929
Kenny Serfass           .125    20    3    24      1      3     1     0    0    3      4     .167      3     0     7      .222    0     0     0-0       9      0      0    1.000
ESU                     .340    54    54   1619    426    551   132   6    44   387    827   .511      209   71    286    .432    26    20    83-115    1182   501    89   .950
Opponents               .271    54    54   1566    274    424   78    10   15   233    567   .362      174   70    374    .365    22    26    49-73     1164   488    75   .957

LOB - Team (363), Opp (402). DPs turned - Team (21), Opp (36). CI - Team (0), Opp (8). IBB - Team (4), M. Bortz 2, K. Thompson 1, C. Zsenak 1, Opp (2). Picked off -
C. Zsenak 3, C. Zimmerman 3, E. Gallagher 2, J. Pisker 2, M. Bortz 1, R. Guarino 1, B. O’Connor 1, K. Thompson 1, C. Schlegel 1.

Player                  ERA     W     L     APP    GS    CG   SHO     SV   IP      H      R      ER      BB      SO    2B    3B   HR     AB        B/Avg       WP   HBP    BK
Kenny Serfass           0.00    0     0     2      0     0    0       0    3.0     1      1      0       1       2     0     0    0      10        .100        0    0      0
Brandon Snyder          2.25    0     0     9      0     0    0       0    12.0    10     4      3       5       13    1     0    0      42        .238        1    1      0
Jeremy Gigliotti        2.55    5     2     11     11    1    1       0    60.0    47     23     17      25      68    9     2    1      220       .214        2    7      0
Christian Saveri        3.24    5     6     22     3     0    0       4    50.0    57     30     18      9       57    11    2    2      206       .277        3    7      0
Paul Glenn              3.71    2     1     8      4     0    0       1    26.2    34     21     11      17      23    2     2    1      114       .298        7    8      0
Bill Hezel              3.75    5     1     14     4     0    0       0    36.0    35     28     15      18      36    6     0    1      140       .250        5    7      0
Andy Noga               4.47    4     2     13     8     0    0       0    50.1    51     36     25      21      39    10    1    2      187       .273        2    7      0
Tom Admire              4.47    5     4     11     10    0    0       0    52.1    57     33     26      19      56    9     1    1      212       .269        12   9      0
Chad Jacobson           4.63    1     0     8      1     0    0       0    11.2    16     8      6       4       9     4     0    0      49        .327        2    0      0
Jason Colletti          5.58    1     3     16     3     0    0       0    40.1    48     31     25      20      36    13    0    1      166       .289        7    4      1
Steve Prazenka          6.48    3     3     9      9     0    0       0    33.1    45     28     24      12      15    8     2    5      138       .326        1    13     0
Anthony Clemens         8.64    1     0     12     1     0    0       2    16.2    14     19     16      21      17    3     0    1      64        .219        4    5      0
Andrew Killinger        22.50   0     0     3      0     0    0       0    2.0     9      12     5       2       3     2     0    0      18        .500        1    2      0
ESU                     4.36    32    22    54     54    1    5/4     7    394.1   424    274    191     174     374   78    10   15     1566      .271        47   70     1
Opponents               7.89    22    32    54     54    10   2/1     9    388.0   551    426    340     209     286   132   6    44     1619      .340        53   71     9

PB - Team (18), B. Muth 11, B. O’Connor 7, Opp (19). Pickoffs - Team (5), J. Colletti 3, S. Prazenka 1, C. Saveri 1, Opp (15). SBA/ATT - B. O’Connor (29-42), B. Muth
(20-27), T. Admire (11-13), A. Noga (5-12), J. Gigliotti (7-10), C. Saveri (7-8), P. Glenn (5-7), B. Hezel (5-7), S. Prazenka (5-7), C. Jacobson (2-4), J. Colletti (1-3), A.
Killinger (1-1), A. Clemens (0-1).

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ESU Baseball Media Guide                     17
THE RECORD BOOK
                                                                  Season Records
         Batting Average                      Jeff Pfeiffer      10    1985                  Walks                                   Innings Pitched
1. Bill Phillips (27-61)     .443   1978   5. Josh Butler        8     2006   1. Joe Ragozino          38            1989   1. Ed Kuss               87.1   1979
2. J.D. Stern (68-154)       .442   1998   6. Mike Bortz         7     2009   2. Pete Radocha          34            1976   2. Gary Fetter           83.1   1981
3. Jeff Pfeiffer (70-159)    .440   1985     Mike Bortz          7     2008   3. Andy Baranek          30            1984   3. Joel Bennett          78.1   1991
4. Bryan Yagel (64-149)      .430   2001     Tim Bishop          7     1984     Bill Phillips          30            1980   4. Mark Cannon           76.2   1985
5. Mark Angelo (77-183)      .421   2009     Jeff Pfeiffer       7     1984   5. Mike Bortz            29            2009   5. Mike Pavolko          74.1   2000
   Brett Reynolds (77-183)   .421   2000     Wayne Raineri       7     1984     Pete Susi              29            1999   6. Bob Stevens           73.0   1987
7. John Pisker (48-118)      .407   2009            Extra-Base Hits             Mike Cron              29            1997   7. Gordy Kocher          71.1   2002
8. Dennis Acker (23-57)      .404   1973   1. Mark Angelo        34    2009     Collin Becker          29            1985   8. Mike Zimorowicz       70.0   2000
9. Kevin Thompson (67-167)   .401   2009      Kevin Thompson     34    2009   9. J.D. Stern            28            1998   9. Joel Bennett          67.0   1990
10. Josh Butler (69-173)     .399   2006   3. Chris Zsenak       32    2009   10. Chris Zsenak         27            2009      John Markham          67.0   1986
      On-Base Percentage                   4. Josh Butler        29    2006     Joe Vadala             27            1996                 Games
1. Bill Phillips       .566         1978   5. Mike Bortz         28    2009               Hit by Pitch                      1. Christian Saveri      22     2009
2. Bill Phillips       .555         1980   6. Jeff Pfeiffer      26    1985   1. Kevin Thompson        16            2009   2. Bill Pasqualichio     20     2006
3. J.D. Stern          .527         1998   7. Tadgh LaBar        23    2000   2. Josh Butler           13            2007     Chris Beaver           20     1990
4. Kevin Thompson      .500         2009     Pete Susi           23    1998   3. Chris Zsenak          11            2009   4. Mike Pavolko          19     1997
5. Joe Ragozino        .494         1989   9. Jacob DeBoer       22    2006     Brett Reynolds         11            2000     Gary Fetter            19     1981
6. Chris Zsenak        .488         2009     Bob Siemon          22    1986     Tadgh LaBar            11            2000   6. Christian Saveri      18     2008
7. Ken Lubas           .486         1990               Total Bases            6. Mike Bortz            10            2009     Mike Walker            18     2008
  Jeff Pfeiffer        .486         1985   1. Mark Angelo        136   2009     Kevin Thompson         10            2008     Mike Walker            18     2006
9. Josh Butler         .483         2006   2. Kevin Thompson     128   2009     Joe Vadala             10            1995     Mike Pavolko           18     2000
10. Mark Angelo        .481         2009   3. Josh Butler        123   2006   9. Steve Harris          9             2000   10. Anthony Clemens      17     2007
  Josh Butler          .481         2007   4. Jeff Pfeiffer      120   1985     Scott Roth             9             1997     Mike Zimorowicz        17     2000
  Ryan Hatfield        .481         2001   5. Chris Zsenak       119   2009                   Wins                                   Games Started
      Slugging Percentage                  6. Tadgh LaBar        111   2000   1. Mike Balent           7-1           1985   1. Gordy Kocher          12     2002
1. Kevin Thompson      .766         2009   7. Mike Bortz         106   2009     Ryan Fake              7-3           1998     Mike Zimorowicz        12     2002
2. Jeff Pfeiffer       .755         1985   8. Brett Reynolds     103   2000     Mike Pavolko           7-4           2000     Joel Bennett           12     1991
3. Mark Angelo         .743         2009   9. Jacob DeBoer       98    2006     Ed Kuss                7-5           1979     Mark Cannon            12     1985
4. Josh Butler         .711         2006   10. Kyle Sheaffer     95    2006   5. Don Rentschler        6-1           1970     Gary Fetter            12     1981
5. Ken Lubas           .699         1990     J.D. Stern          95    1998     Justin Ertel           6-1           1998   5. Jeremy Gigliotti      11     2009
6. Chris Zsenak        .680         2009     Pete Susi           95    1998     Dan Stacknick          6-1           1998     Dave Boyer             11     2006
7. Josh Johnson        .657         2006              Stolen Bases              Mark Cannon            6-2           1985     Carl Imbt              11     1990
8. Tim Bishop          .650         1984   1. Brett Reynolds     24    2001     Joel Bennett           6-3           1990     Chris Schellhamer      11     1989
9. Bob Siemon          .630         1987     Scott Roth          24    2000     Dave Boyer             6-4           2008     Bob Stevens            11     1987
10. Mike Bortz         .622         2008   3. Jacob DeBoer       23    2007     Gary Fetter            6-5           1981     John Markham           11     1986
                Hits                         Tim Bishop          23    1984     Mike Zimorowicz        6-5           2000     Ed Kuss                11     1979
1. Mark Angelo         77           2009   5. Brett Reynolds     22    2000         Winning Percentage                              Complete Games
  Brett Reynolds       77           2000   6. Josh Butler        20    2006   1. Jason Tribbet (5-0)         1.000   1998   1. Bob Stevens           8      1987
3. Tadgh LaBar         70           2000     Jacob DeBoer        20    2006   2. Mike Balent (7-1)           .875    1985     Mark Cannon            8      1984
  Jeff Pfeiffer        70           1985     Dave Bodnarchuk     20    1981   3. Justin Ertel (6-1)          .857    1998     Mark Cannon            8      1982
5. Josh Butler         69           2006   9. Kyle Sheaffer      19    2006     Dan Stacknick (6-1)          .857    1998     Gary Fetter            8      1981
6. J.D. Stern          68           1998   10. Dave Shell        18    2004     Don Rentschler (6-1)         .857    1970     Ed Kuss                8      1979
7. Kevin Thompson      67           2009                  Runs                6. Mike Zimorowicz (5-1)       .833    1999   6. Dave Boyer            7      2005
8. Chris Zsenak        66           2009   1. Mike Bortz         59    2009     Tim Bishop (5-1)             .833    1984     Joel Bennett           7      1991
9. Kyle Sheaffer       65           2006     Tadgh LaBar         59    2000                      ERA                          Mike Balent            7      1984
  Len Makarczyk        65           2002   3. Mark Angelo        57    2009   1. Bill Cook            0.84           1971     Dave Cardell           7      1977
              Doubles                      4. Kevin Thompson     56    2009   2. John Gobelny         0.92           1968                Shutouts
1. Mark Angelo         21           2009     Brett Reynolds      56    2000   3. Rod Bauer            1.01           1973   1. Joel Bennett          3      1991
   Chris Zsenak        21           2009   6. Jacob DeBoer       55    2006                 (since 1985)                      Dave Cardell           3      1978
3. Mike Bortz          20           2009   7. Chris Zsenak       53    2009   1. Joel Bennett         1.84           1991   3. Dave Boyer            2      2005
4. Kevin Thompson      19           2009   8. Jacob DeBoer       51    2007   2. Mike Zimorowicz 1.96                1999     Mike Pavolko           2      2000
5. Brett Reynolds      17           2000     Josh Butler         51    2006   3. Kyle Rizzi           2.14           2004     Mike Zimorowicz        2      2000
6. Jeremy Miller       15           2002   10. Brett Reynolds    48    2001   4. Gordy Kocher         2.28           2001     Mark Cannon            2      1985
  Bryan Cogliano       15           1997     J.D. Stern          48    1998   5. Jeremy Gigliotti     2.55           2009     Dave Cardell           2      1977
8. 9 tied with         14                    Jeff Pfeiffer       48    1985   6. Jay Grobelny         2.85           2003                    Saves
               Triples                               Runs Batted In           7. Joel Bennett         2.96           1990   1. Rich Wescoe           7      1974
1. Ken Lubas           10           1990   1. Bryan Yagel        63    2001   8. Dave Boyer           2.98           2005   2. Anthony Clemens       6      2007
2. Josh Butler         9            2006   2. Mark Angelo        58    2009                Strikeouts                       3. Bill Pasqualichio     5      2006
3. Tadgh LaBar         8            2000      Mike Bortz         58    2009   1. Joel Bennett       100 (78.1)       1991     Chris Beaver           5      1990
4. Jacob DeBoer        6            2006      Chris Zsenak       58    2009   2. Joel Bennett       77 (67.0)        1990   5. Christian Saveri      4      2009
  Pete Susi            6            1998   5. Josh Butler        52    2006   3. Jeremy Gigliotti   68 (60.0)        2009   6. Christian Saveri      3      2008
  Kevin Beaver         6            1994   6. Kevin Thompson     51    2009   4. Gordy Kocher       66 (71.1)        2002     Mike Boebert           3      1995
7. Nine tied with      5                   7. Josh Butler        50    2007   5. Mike Boebert       64 (53.2)        1995     Wayne Hotchkiss        3      1985
            Home Runs                      8. Jeff Pfeiffer      47    1985   6. Tim Bishop         63 (59.2)        1984
1. Mark Angelo         12           2009   9. Bryan Yagel        46    2002   7. Mark Cannon        62 (76.2)        1985
   Kevin Thompson      12           2009   10. Pete Susi         45    1998   8. Bob Stevens        61 (73.0)        1987
3. Chris Zsenak        10           2009                                        Gary Fetter         61 (83.1)        1987
                                                                              10. Adam Swavely      59 (57.0)        2002

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                                                                                                                   THE RECORD BOOK
                                                                      Career Records
         Batting Average                                Home Runs                               Walks                               Innings Pitched
Jeff Pfeiffer (117-290)    .403   1984-85   1. Kevin Thompson   17     2005-09   1. Joe Ragozino       99        1986-89   1. Mark Cannon         259.1   1982-85
J.D. Stern (205-538)       .381   1996-99     Jeff Pfeiffer     17     1984-85   2. Bill Phillips      92        1977-80   2. Mike Zimorowicz     240.0   1999-02
Josh Butler (118-312)      .378   2006-07   3. Chris Zsenak     16     2006-09   3. Ryan Hatfield      79        2000-03   3. Dave Boyer          232.0   2005-08
Bryan Yagel (120-319)      .376   2001-02   4. Ryan Hatfield    15     2000-03   4. Matt Yanocha       77        1995-98   4. Mike Pavolko        215.1   1996-00
Joe Vadala (114-307)       .371   1995-96   5. Mike Bortz       14     2008-09   5. J.D. Stern         73        1996-99   5. Ed Kuss             210.2   1976-79
Mike Petruny (66-181)      .365   1976-79   6. Mark Angelo      12     2009      6. Pete Radocha       68        1975-77   6. Mike Balent         202.0   1982-85
Bob Siemon (138-380)       .363   1985-87     Josh Butler       12     2006-07   7. Chris Zsenak       67        2006-09   7. Gordy Kocher        199.2   2000-03
Chris Zsenak (170-475)     .357   2006-09     Jon Stephenson    12     1995-97   8. Jacob DeBoer       66        2004-07   8. Jason Tribbet       196.2   1997-00
Brett Reynolds (198-567)   .349   1998-01     Tim Bishop        12     1983-86     Brett Reynolds      66        1998-01   9. Ryan Fake           192.2   1995-98
Ken Lubas (87-250)         .348   1989-90     Bob Siemon        12     1985-87   10. Kevin Thompson    65        2005-09   10. Joel Bennett       192.0   1989-91
Mike Cron (95-276)         .344   1997-98            Extra-Base Hits               Joe Sobeski         65        2000-03                  Games
Tim Bishop (134-340)       .344   1983-86   1. Kevin Thompson   66     2005-09               Hit by Pitch                  1. Mike Pavolko        64      1996-00
Jacob DeBoer (224-657)     .341   2004-07   2. Chris Zsenak     63     2006-09   1. Kevin Thompson 33            2005-09   2. Mike Zimorowicz     53      1999-02
       On-Base Percentage                     Ryan Hatfield     63     2000-03   2. Scott Roth       27          1997-00     Mark Cannon          53      1982-85
1. Josh Butler        .482        2006-07   4. J.D. Stern       56     1996-99   3. Brett Reynolds 25            1998-00   4. Christian Saveri    52      2007-
2. Bill Phillips      .476        1977-80   5. Jacob DeBoer     51     2004-07   4. Josh Butler      21          2006-07   5. Mike Walker         48      2006-08
3. Joe Vadala         .461        1995-96   6. Kyle Sheaffer    50     2005-08   5. Brendan O’Malley 17          2006-09   6. Jason Colletti      47      2005-09
4. J.D. Stern         .457        1996-99   7. Mike Bortz       48     2008-09     Chris Zsenak      17          2006-09   7. Dave Boyer          44      2005-08
  Ken Lubas           .457        1989-90   8. Scott Roth       47     1997-00     Tadgh LaBar       17          1999-01   8. Chris Beaver        43      1989-91
6. Mike Petruny       .457        1976-79     Gary Vyskocil     47     1983-86   8. Kyle Sheaffer    16          2005-08   9. Joe Stavisky        42      1992-95
7. Chris Zsenak       .447        2006-09   10. Joe Sobeski     46     2000-03   9. Jacob DeBoer     14          2004-07   10. Gordy Kocher       41      2000-03
  Jeff Pfeiffer       .447        1984-85     Bob Siemon        46     1985-87     Bryan Cogliano 14             1997-99     Ryan Fake            41      1995-98
9. Bryan Taylor       .432        1994-96               Total Bases                              Wins                                Games Started
10. Brett Reynolds    .430        1998-01   1. Jacob DeBoer     297    2004-07   1. Mike Balent        19-10     1982-85   1. Mark Cannon         39      1982-85
  Mike Cron           .430        1997-98     Ryan Hatfield     297    2000-03     Mike Zimorowicz     19-17     1999-02   2. Dave Boyer          38      2005-08
      Slugging Percentage                   3. Kevin Thompson   286    2005-09   3. Mike Pavolko       17-13     1996-00   3. Mike Zimorowicz     35      1999-02
1. Jeff Pfeiffer      .679        1984-85   4. J.D. Stern       283    1996-99      Dave Boyer         17-19     2005-08   4. Gordy Kocher        34      2000-03
2. Josh Butler        .625        2006-07   5. Kyle Sheaffer    271    2005-08   5. Ed Kuss            16-13     1976-79   5. Mike Balent         32      1982-85
3. Mike Bortz         .599        2008-09   6. Chris Zsenak     268    2006-09     Ryan Fake           16-14     1995-98   6. Jason Colletti      31      2005-09
4. Ken Lubas          .596        1989-90   7. Brett Reynolds   250    1997-00   7. Mike Cannon        15-20     1982-85     Jay Grobelny         31      2003-06
5. Bryan Yagel        .571        2001-02   8. Gary Vyskocil    244    1983-86   8. Jason Tribbet      14-11     1997-00   8. Ryan Fake           30      1995-98
6. Chris Zsenak       .563        2006-09   9. Scott Roth       240    1997-00   9. Dave Cardell       13-7      1975-78     Joel Bennett         30      1989-91
7. Bob Siemon         .539        1985-87   10. Joe Ragozino    235    1986-89     Joel Bennett        13-13     1989-91   10. Jason Tribbet      28      1997-00
8. Tim Bishop         .536        1983-86              Stolen Bases                Jay Grobelny        13-14     2003-06     Ed Kuss              28      1976-79
9. Kevin Thompson     .533        2005-09   1. Jacob DeBoer     66     2004-07     Gordy Kocher        13-17     2000-03           Complete Games
10. J.D. Stern        .528        1996-99   2. Brett Reynolds   51     1998-01         Winning Percentage                  1. Ed Kuss             19      1976-79
                   Hits                     3. Scott Roth       45     1997-00   1. Dan Stacknick (12-1) .923    1995-98     Mark Cannon          19      1982-85
1. Jacob DeBoer       224         2004-07   4. Kyle Sheaffer    43     2005-08   2. Don Rentschler (12-5) .706   1969-71   3. Mike Balent         17      1982-85
2. J.D. Stern         205         1996-99     Tim Bishop        43     1983-86   3. Mike Balent (19-10) .655     1972-75     Jay Grobelny         17      2003-06
3. Brett Reynolds     198         1998-01   6. Joe Ragozino     34     1986-89   4. Dave Cardell (13-7) .650     1975-78     Gordy Kocher         17      2000-03
4. Kyle Sheaffer      193         2005-08   7. Josh Butler      32     2006-07                 (since 1985)                6. Dave Boyer          16      2005-08
5. Ryan Hatfield      190         2000-03   8. Mike Bortz       29     2008-09   1. Dan Stacknick (12-1) .923    1995-98     Dave Cardell         16      1976-78
6. Kevin Thompson     181         2005-09   9. Dave Manter      28     2006-07   2. Jason Ryan (8-6)      .571   2001-03   8. Mike Zimorowicz     15      1999-02
7. Joe Ragozino       177         1986-89     Tadgh LaBar       28     1999-01   3. Mike Pavolko (17-13) .567    1996-00     Jason Tribbet        15      1997-00
8. Chris Zsenak       170         2006-09     J.D. Stern        28     1996-99   4. Jason Tribbet (14-11) .560   1997-00   10. Ryan Fake          13      1995-98
  Scott Roth          170         1997-00                  Runs                                   ERA                                   Shutouts
10. Gary Vyskocil     169         1983-86   1. Brett Reynolds   159    1998-01   1. Rod Bauer          1.87      1972-74   1. Dave Cardell        6       1976-78
              Doubles                       2. Jacob DeBoer     152    2004-07   2. Don Cook           2.72      1970-71   2. Joel Bennett        5       1989-91
1. Kevin Thompson     44          2005-09   3. Scott Roth       139    1997-00   3. Dave Cardell       2.84      1975-78                     Saves
  Chris Zsenak        44          2006-09   4. J.D. Stern       132    1996-99                 (since 1985)                1. Anthony Clemens     10      2007-09
3. J.D. Stern         42          1996-99   5. Ryan Hatfield    124    2000-03   1. Joel Bennett       3.14      1989-91   2. Christian Saveri    7       2007-
4. Jacob DeBoer       35          2004-07   6. Joe Ragozino     121    1986-89   2. John Markham 3.53            1985-87     Rich Wescoe          7       1974-75
5. Ryan Hatfield      34          2000-03   7. Kevin Thompson   118    2005-09   3. Justin Ertel       3.81      1995-99   4. Bill Pasqualichio   5       2005-06
6. Joe Sobeski        33          2000-03   8. Kyle Sheaffer    117    2005-08   4. Mike Pavolko       4.05      1996-00     Mike Pavolko         5       1996-00
  Scott Roth          33          1997-00   9. Chris Zsenak     114    2006-09   5. Jason Tribbet      4.21      1997-00     Mike Boebert         5       1993-95
8. Kyle Sheaffer      32          2005-08   10. Tadgh LaBar     110    1999-01                Strikeouts                     Chris Beaver         5       1989-91
9. Mike Bortz         31          2008-09             Runs Batted In             1. Joel Bennett       215       1989-91
  Brett Reynolds      31          1998-01   1. Kevin Thompson   124    2005-09   2. Mike Zimorowicz    200       1999-02
  Gary Vyskocil       31          1983-86   2. Chris Zsenak     115    2006-09   3. Mark Cannon        189       1982-85
               Triples                      3. Bryan Yagel      109    2000-02   4. Gordy Kocher       168       2000-03
1. Ryan Hatfield      14          2000-03   4. J.D. Stern       108    1996-99   5. Dave Boyer         164       2005-08
2. Ken Lubas          12          1989-90   5. Josh Butler      102    2006-07   6. Mike Pavolko       155       1996-00
  Tim Bishop          12          1983-86   6. Kyle Sheaffer    99     2005-08   7. Mike Boebert       152       1993-95
4. Josh Butler        11          2006-07   7. Ryan Hatfield    96     2000-03   8. Tim Bishop         144       1983-86
  Tadgh LaBar         11          1999-01     Scott Roth        96     1997-00   9. Jeremy Gigliotti   142       2007-
  Bob Siemon          11          1985-87   9. Jacob DeBoer     93     2004-07   10. Mike Balent       139       1982-85
7. Jacob DeBoer       10          2004-07     Brett Reynolds    93     1998-01
  Pete Susi           10          1998-99     Gary Vyskocil     93     1983-86
  Gary Vyskocil       10          1983-86
10. Scott Roth        9           1997-00

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ALL-TIME RECORDS
Year      W     L    T    Coach
1927      9     1         R. Mitterling                                        ESU Baseball History
1928      6     3         R. Mitterling
1929      5     5         R. Mitterling                                                                 old.
                                                  Baseball at East Stroudsburg is more than 100 years old The program dates back to the Normal
1930      8     6         R. Mitterling     School’s first year of existence in the spring of 1894. According to research done by ESU historian
1931      8     2         R. Mitterling
1932      7     3    1    R. Mitterling     John Appel, the first team was coached by Professor Albert Brasefield of the Mathematics
1933      5     3         R. Mitterling     Department.
1934      7     6         R. Mitterling           The first baseball game was against Blair Hall Academy and later contests were scheduled
1935      8     4         R. Mitterling
1936      10    4         R. Mitterling     against Wyoming Seminary, Phillipsburg (N.J.) High School and the Easton Athletics. The team
1937      8     3    2    S. Roberts        finished with a 5-1 record. Just as Thanksgiving is a traditional football day, Memorial Day was a
1938      3     4         S. Roberts        baseball day in the community. There was a morning-afternoon doubleheader featuring the Normal
1939      4     7    2    S. Roberts
1940      6     1         J. Kowalski       school team.
1941      9     4         J. Kowalski             Collegiate teams began to replace secondary school and club teams during the 1920s. The
1942      9     1         J. Kowalski       school became a four-year college, the East Stroudsburg State Teachers’ College, during the 1926-27
1943-45   No Team
1946      3     3         Frank Grimm       school term. East Stroudsburg played against other state teacher colleges, such as Bloomsburg and
1947      n/a             Ed Shay           Mansfield, and was proclaimed the Pennsylvania State Teachers College champions under Coach
1948      8     2         Ed Shay           George Ockershausen in 1957 after beating Kutztown, 7-4.
1949      4     3    1    Ed Shay
1950      3     6         Ed Shay                 The Warriors won conference titles in 1963 and 1969. In 1971, the Pennsylvania State Athletic
1951      7     5         Ed Shay           Conference’s first post-season baseball tournament was conducted on the East Stroudsburg field,
1952      5     3    1    G. Ockershausen   and the Warriors won the crown. They beat Shippensburg, 5-2, behind Don Cook’s five-hit, 10-
1953      6     5         G. Ockershausen
1954      7     5         G. Ockershausen   strikeout performance, and Edinboro, 2-0, as Don Rentschler hurled a seven-hit shutout.
1955      8     3         G. Ockershausen         One of the most successful East Stroudsburg teams was Coach Glenn Hayes’ 1985 squad which
1956      6     5         G. Ockershausen   won the PSAC Northern Division with 13-3 record, finished second in the PSAC playoffs, and played in
1957      9     4         G. Ockershausen
1958      7     3         G. Ockershausen   the NCAA Division II tourney. Third baseman Jeff Pfeiffer was the team’s standout player and earned
1959      6     4         G. Ockershausen   placement to the NCAA Division II All-America third team. He batted .440 with 10 home runs. The
1960      10    3         G. Ockershausen   pitching staff was headed by Mike Balent, who went 7-1, and Mark Cannon, who was 6-2.
1961      6     3         Charlie Reese
1962      7     3         G. Ockershausen         The 1998 team, under Coach Roger Barren set a school record for victories with a 28-16 record.
1963      12    3         G. Ockershausen   Centerfielder J.D. Stern hit a sizzling .442 and had a four-year career batting average of .381. The
1964      9     5         G. Ockershausen   2000 team posted 27 wins led by Brett Reynolds (1998-01), who established himself as one of the
1965      10    5         Billy Lewis
1966      7     7    1    Ken Sisson        PSAC’s top shortstops. He made the All-PSAC and All-Regional teams in 2000 and 2001.
1967      9     7         Vern Walsh              Ryan Hatfield (2000-03) and Jacob DeBoer (2004-07) both gave ESU four years of all-
1968      11    6    1    Vern Walsh        conference level play at second base and DeBoer holds the school record with 224 career hits.
1969      8     6    1    Vern Walsh
1970      9     7         Vern Walsh        DeBoer and right fielder Josh Butler led the 2007 team to the first PSAC Tournament appearance
1971      8     9         Vern Walsh        since 1985, which included a 9-5 win over No. 1-ranked Kutztown led by a 7-2/3 inning effort from
1972      10    13   1    Lee Roberts       Dave Boyer, the 2005 PSAC East Rookie of the Year.
1973      10    13        Lee Roberts
1974      13    7         Lee Roberts             The 2009 squad set the school record with 32 wins and set nearly every offensive school
1975      10    11        Lee Roberts       record, including 426 runs, 44 home runs and a .340 batting average. Third baseman Mark Angelo,
1976      16    17        Lee Roberts       a graduate student from Bucknell, hit .421 with 12 homers and was the second All-American in ESU
1977      12    16   2    Lee Roberts
1978      12    9    1    Glenn Hayes       history. Angelo was drafted in the 44th round of the 2009 draft by the Seattle Mariners. Outfielders
1979      17    14        Glenn Hayes       Mike Bortz and Kevin Thompson and first baseman Chris Zsenak also led the offense. Left-hander
1980      11    14   2    Glenn Hayes       Jeremy Gigliotti was an All-Region pitcher (2.55 ERA, 68 K, 60.0 IP) and had a run of 31.2 innings
1981      12    19        Glenn Hayes
1982      12    21   2    Glenn Hayes       without allowing an earned run.
1983      13    23        Glenn Hayes             Three East Stroudsburg players have played in the major leagues. The latest, righthander Joel
1984      20    17        Glenn Hayes       Bennett, pitched for the Baltimore Orioles in 1998 and the Philadelphia Phillies in 1999. He struck
1985      25    18        Glenn Hayes
1986      19    22        Glenn Hayes       out 100 batters in 78 1/3 innings and fired a no-hitter in last collegiate season (1991). The others were
1987      12    28        Glenn Hayes                                                                           Harry Schaeffer, who was a pitcher
1988      11    28        Glenn Hayes                                                                           for the world champion New York
1989      13    27        Glenn Hayes                 All-Time Coaching Records                                 Yankees in 1952, and Michael Joyce
1990      20    23        Glenn Hayes
1991      15    26   1    Glenn Hayes          Coach                     W     L     T Pct.           Years     O’Neill, a pitcher-outfielder for St.
1992      8     28        Glenn Hayes          Ralph Mitterling          73 38 0 .658               1927-36     Louis and Cincinnati from 1901 to
1993      18    15        Glenn Hayes          Stephen Roberts           15 14 3 .516               1937-39
1994      14    22        Roger Barren                                                                          1905.
1995      18    28        Roger Barren
                                              John Kowalski           24    6     0    .800       1940-42
1996      17    25        Roger Barren        Frank Grimm             3     3     0    .500          1946
1997      22    23   1    Roger Barren        Ed Shay                 22    16    0    .579       1947-51
1998      28    16        Roger Barren        George Ockershausen     92    46    1    .665 1952-60, 62-64
1999      20    20   1    Roger Barren
2000      27    26        Roger Barren        Charlie Reese           6     3     0    .667          1961
2001      23    19   1    Roger Barren        Billy Lewis             10    5     0    .667          1965
2002      20    29   1    Roger Barren        Ken Sisson              7     7     1    .500          1966
2003      12    25   1    Roger Barren        Vern Walsh              45    35    2    .561       1967-71
2004      17    27   1    Roger Barren
2005      16    29        Roger Barren        Lee Roberts             71    77    3    .480       1972-77
2006      26    23        Roger Barren        Glenn Hayes             238   332   5    .418       1978-93
2007      23    22        WenDell Bolar       Roger Barren            260   312   6    .455       1994-06
2008      21    27        John Kochmansky     WenDell Bolar           23    22    0    .511          2007
2009      32    22        John Kochmansky
Total     942 964    25   .494 percentage     John Kochmansky         53    49    0    .520 2008-present

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                                                                                    LETTERMEN (SINCE 1970)
Name                     Years    David Dunning              1973   Eric Lenz                 2001    Mark Ryznar               1974, 76
Dennis Acker           1971-74    Greg Ebelherr              1987   Joseph Lick               1971    Todd Sallo                    1990
Mike Addvensky         1987-88    Matt Eisenhard         1996-98    Pete Litichevsky       1978-79    Charles Sandora           1971-73
Tom Admire             2008-09    Pete Elliott               1987   Joe Logue                 1995    Jason Sarcinelli              1998
Fritz Allison             1991    Justin Ertel        1995, 97-99   Ryan Loose                2003    Christian Saveri          2007-09
Mark Angelo               2009    Bernie Evers        1978, 80-81   George LoPresto           2000    Chuck Scheibener              2003
Ryan Amey           2001-02, 04   Ryan Fake              1995-98    Ken Lubas              1989-90    Chris Schellhamer      1988-89, 91
Thomas Aten            1971-72    Joe Farina             2005-06    Michael Macejko        1974-75    Chad Schlegel             2008-09
Rob Austin             1992-94    Nick Farkas            2001-04    Donald Maines             1982    John Schmoyer                 1975
Gary Baez                 1975    Edward Farr            1983-84    Len Makarczyk          2001-02    Jeff Schroeder                1980
Michael Balent         1982-85    Mickey Fauvelle            1990   Thomas Mallozzi        1974-75    Rich Schwartz             1979-80
Fred Balina               1977    Jeff Faust                 1980   Ronald Manning         2007-08    Mark Seifert              1991-92
Andrew Baranek         1983-84    Gary Fetter            1980-82    Dave Manter            2006-07    Kenny Serfass             2007-09
Jeff Barrett           1992-93    Thomas Fetzer          1972-73    John Markham           1985-87    Kyle Sheaffer             2005-08
Scott Barringer           2007    David Fortkus          1982-83    Bob Marro              1978, 80   Dave Shell                    2004
Kevin Barry            1978-80    Dan Fox                    1992   Blake Martin           2001-03    John Shoemaker                1972
Rusty Barton              1988    Nate Frantz                1996   John Matthews             1987    Bob Siemon                1985-87
Rodney Bauer           1973-74    Alan Frick             1971-72    Shawn McCowan             1988    Frank Silva               1992-93
Chris Beaver        1989-91, 93   Matt Fry               1990-91    Chris McCoy               1990    Shane Sites                   1998
Kevin Beaver              1994    Evan Gallagher             2009   Jeff McCreary          1987-88    Bill Smith                    1996
Joseph Beckage            1972    Raymond Gallagher          1972   Chris McKenty             1995    Pat Smith                     1990
Collin Becker          1985-86    Mike Gerrity           1977-78    Todd Mead                 1994    Brandon Snyder                2009
Tomas Bedics           1971-73    Bob Gibson             1979-82    Chris Miller              2003    Shawn Snyder                  1992
Bryan Bendowski           1996    Jeremy Gigliotti       2007-09    Jeremy Miller          2002-03    Joe Sobeski               2000-03
Keith Beinlich         1986, 88   Paul Glenn                 2009   George Mills              1984    Jim Sohns                 2003-04
Peter Bellis           1975-77    Scott Gould                1994   Dan Mitchell           1994-96    Eric Speiser                  1982
Bryan Bendowski           1995    Daniel Gonzalez            2003   Rick Moatz             1977-78    Chris Spinozzi            1995-96
Joel Bennett           1989-91    Dan Graziano               1993   John Molyneux          2003-04    Dan Stacknick             1995-98
Seth Benz                 1974    Jerry Greeley          1988-89    James Moore            1974-76    Nate Stannard                 1991
Jim Besten                1999    Roger Green            1999-00    Joe Moore              1992-93    Joe Stavitsky             1992-95
Nicholas Biamonte         1982    Jay Grobelny           2003-06    Doug Morgan               1985    Jon Stephenson            1995-98
Mike Biesiadecki       1991, 93   Frank Gualtieri        1988-90    Joe Morrell               1980    J.D. Stern                1996-99
Tim Bishop             1983-85    Ryan Guarino               2009   Bob Morrison              1977    Bob Stevens               1986-87
Drew Bloomberg            1996    Donald Guenther            1972   Kirk Mueller           2004-07    Bob Stivala                   1989
Dave Bodnarchuk           1981    Jack Hafer                 1971   Ryan Murphy               2003    Bernard Stratchko             1972
Mike Boebert           1993, 95   Rob Hahn                   1993   Ronald Musto           1984-86    Jim Strickler                 1981
Robin Bonda            1975-76    Matt Harmic            2000-01    Bryce Muth             2008-09    Rod Strohl                    1981
Mike Bortz             2008-09    Steve Harris           2000-02    A.J. Muttillo          1994-96    Harold Strunk             1976-77
Mike Bowbert              1994    Jake Harrison              1990   Scott Myers            1971-73    Tom Suk                   1985-86
Dave Boyer             2005-08    Ryan Hatfield          2000-03    Rick Neidermyer        1999-00    Danny Supey                   2001
Jim Brady                 1999    Paul Hauber            1993-94    Doug Nelson            1977-79    Pete Susi                 1998-99
Ken Bratchie           1978-80    Allen Hayes            1988-90    Andy Noga                 2009    Adam Swavely              2002-03
John Brittain             1988    Troy Hayes                 2001   Pat Noone              1991-93    Bryan Taylor              1994-96
Tom Brueger               1980    Brian Hecker               1989   Jason Noto                1998    James Templeton               1982
Thomas Brunner         1972, 74   Mike Hercik                1988   Walter Novembre           1975    Tim TerBush               1977-78
John Buckwalter        1996-97    Bill Hezel             2008-09    Joseph Nowakowski         1982    Jerry Testa               1980-81
Joseph Buletza         1975-78    Bill Hill              1984-85    Brendan O’Connor       2008-09    Scott Thomas              1990-91
Jesse Bulicki             2004    Kyle Hoar              1974-77    Jim O’Connor           1980-81    Kevin Thompson      2005-06, 08-09
Will Burch             1998-99    Michael Hoey           1993-95    Brendan O’Malley       2007-09    Al Tischhauser         1982-83, 85
Rick Buss                 1992    Kurt Hoffmayer             1996   Edwin Padua            2008-09    Dave Torresani                1978
Josh Butler            2006-07    Mark Hoffner           1971-73    Joseph Papi            1971-73    Jeff Trenberth                1991
Dennis Buza               1994    Wayne Hotchkiss        1984-85    Mike Pappas               1995    Jason Tribbett            1997-00
Alan Calvo             1972, 74   Nate Hritz                 2006   Bill Pasqualichio      2005-06    Frank Ur                  1999-00
Bruce Cannell          1974, 76   Leon Hunter            1971-72    Mike Pavolko        1996-98, 00   Joe Vadala                1995-96
Mark Cannon            1982-85    Carl Imbt                  1990   Rich Perich               1981    John Varacallo            1972-75
Matt Cannon            1994-95    Chad Jacobson              2009   J.J. Perri                1994    Gary Vyskocil             1983-86
Michael Capozzi        1976-79    Keith James            1996-97    Henry Peters              1986    Chad Waelchili                2002
David Cardell          1975-77    Frank Johnson          1973-74    Mike Petruny           1978-79    Mike Walker               2006-08
Anthony Clemens        2007-09    Josh Johnson           2003-06    Jeff Pfeiffer          1984-85    Daniel Weidlein               1983
Bryan Cogliano         1997-99    Richard Jones          1977-78    Anthony Piazza            2000    Matt Weinhold             1993-95
Jason Colletti      2005-07, 09   Tim Jones              2005-06    Bill Phillips          1977-80    Ben Wenczel                   2006
Chet Confer               1997    Paul Kapral                2002   Douglas Phillips       1976-77    Richard Wescoe                1974
Ryan Conrad            2000-01    George Kazakos             1971   Lon Pinhey             1981-83    Robert Whalen                 1974
Bill Cook                 1997    Joe Kendy                  1999   John Pisker            2008-09    Craig Whitten             2000-01
William Cook              1971    Shane Kenney           1992-93    Steve Prazenka         2007-09    John Wieckowski               2004
Gary Cowan                1982    Steve Kibling              1977   Ryan Pugliese             2002    Billy Williams                1992
Robert Crofton            1984    Rusty King                 1994   Jon Quick                 1995    David Wilson              1972-75
Mike Cron              1997-98    Brad Kline                 1980   Peter Radocha          1975-77    Jim Wineburg              1993-94
Chris Curran              1985    Blake Knecht           2006-08    Joe Ragozino           1986-89    Ray Woolsey                   1989
Jeff Dahl              2001-04    Gordy Kocher           2000-03    Jim Rappo              1978, 80   P.J. Worsnick                 2001
Eric Davies               1994    Lynn Koenig         1971-72, 74   Aaron Raupers             2004    Bryan Yagel               2001-02
Ryan Davies               1993    Ed Kovacs                  2007   Cal Rebollal           1979-80    Matt Yanocha              1995-98
D.J. Dawkins              1988    Jim Kucharczuk             1987   Conrad Rehrig             1971    Buck Yecina                   1995
Jacob DeBoer           2004-07    Dave Kuruc             1989-90    Jerry Renfer           1981-83    Randy Yenser                  1994
Mike Debonis              1990    Edward Kuss            1977-79    Donald Rentschler         1971    Rich Young                    1980
Matt DelGuidice        2001-02    Tadgh LaBar            1999-01    Brett Reynolds         1998-01    Rich Yuro                 1985-86
Ryan DeLong               1996    Scott Lackey               1990   Kyle Rizzi                2004    Rob Ziegenfuss            1973-74
Rich Demchak              1996    Kris Laise                 1989   Wayne Robinson            1999    Carey Zimmerman               2009
Ken Dobkin             1997-98    Richard Larson         2007-08    Jeff Robinson             1994    Mike Zimorowicz           1999-02
Andrew Drumheller         2004    Tony Latoff                1994   Scott Roth             1997-00    Chris Zsenak              2006-09
Joe Dugan                 1996    Jeff Lazowski        2002, 2004   Kevin Rutan               2003    Matt Zumbach              2005-06
Mike Dunkailo          2006-08    Duane Leeper           1974-76    Jarrod Ryan               1987
John Dunn              1987-88    Chris Lengel           1991-94    Jason Ryan             2001, 03

				
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