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Mission & Goals Statement of the

Department of Athletics

The Georgetown University Department of Athletics, as

part of a university with roots in the Jesuit tradition of

education, commits itself to the comprehensive development

of the student. The interdependence of the physical,

emotional, moral and intellectual aspects of personal

growth requires simultaneous and balanced focus. This

objective does not imply that each facet of an individual’s

psychological, social and academic growth is of equal

importance. It does require that Georgetown provide the

means and encouragement for each person to develop

according to his or her own interests and abilities. This

is especially true in athletics, whether at the recreational,

intercollegiate, intramural or instructional level. In addition

to physical development, the Department of Athletics

promotes principles of character, development and

sportsmanship within the framework of an abiding and

broadened commitment to community. Accordingly, the

Athletics Department is committed to, fosters and pursues

the fair and equitable treatment of both men and women,

and the provision of equitable access and opportunities for

minority students and institutional personnel.

NCAA Position on Gambling

The NCAA opposes all forms of legal and illegal sports

wagering. Sports wagering has the potential to undermine

the integrity of sports contests and jeopardizes the

welfare of student-athletes and the intercollegiate community.

Sports wagering demeans the competition and

competitors alike by a message that is contrary to the

purposes and meaning of “sport.” Sports competition

should be appreciated for the inherent benefi ts related to

participation of student-athletes, coaches and institutions

in fair contests, not the amount of money wagered on

the outcome of the competition. For these reasons, the

NCAA membership has adopted specifi c rules prohibiting

athletics department staff members and student-athletes

from engaging in gambling activities as they relate to

intercollegiate or professional sporting events.

Title IX and NCAA Peer Review

The Georgetown University Athletics Department has

recently undergone two extensive reviews of its athletic

programs: an audit by the Department of Education

concerning Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,

and Georgetown’s inaugural review under the NCAA’s

new Athletics Certifi cation program. The Department of

Education has found Georgetown’s athletic programs to be

in compliance with Title IX, and the University was certifi ed

by the NCAA in November of 1995.

Anti-Discrimination Policy

In accordance with the requirements of Title VI of the Civil

Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments

of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

of 1973, and the implementing regulations promulgated

under each of these federal statutes, Georgetown

University does not discriminate in its programs, activities,

or employment practices on the basis of race, color,

national origin, sex, age or disability. The University’s

compliance program under these statutes and regulations

is supervised by Rosemary Kilkenny, Special Assistant to

the President of Affi rmative Action Programs. Her offi ce

is located in Room G-10, Darnall Hall, and her telephone

number is (202) 687-4798.

Credits

The 2007 Georgetown University Baseball Media Guide

is published by the Sports Information Offi ce. Written and

edited by Ben Shove, Drew Wiseman and Jim Donatelli.

Additional editorial assistance by Bill Shapland, Mike “Mex”

Carey, Diana Pulupa and Jacques Arsenault. Photography

by Phil Humnicky, Charles Nailen, Rafael Suanes and Pat

McArdle. Design by the Gazelle Group, Princeton, N.J.

Printing by Prism Color Corp., Moorestown, N.J.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts / Credits .................... 1

Georgetown University ............... 2-4

Georgetown & M Street ................ 5

Washington, D.C. ......................... 6

Athletic Administration .................. 7

Head Coach Pete Wilk .................. 8

Assistant Coaches ..................... 8-9

Baseball Support Staff .................. 9

2007 Outlook ....................... 10-11

2007 Roster .............................. 11

Davis / deGrijs ........................... 12

Dutmers / Graziano / Hoy ........... 13

QUICK FACTS

UNIVERSITY

School ..............................Georgetown University

Location .................................. Washington, D.C.

Enrollment ..........6,719 undergrad / 13,652 total

Founded ................................................... 1789

Colors ............................................. Blue & Gray

Nickname ................................................ Hoyas

Conference ..........................................BIG EAST

Stadium (Capacity) .....Shirley Povich Field (1,500)

Stadium Dimensions ............330 L; 375 C; 330 R

Surface .........................................Natural grass

President .................................... John J. DeGioia

Director of Athletics .........................Bernard Muir

Athletic Department Phone ..........(202) 687-2435

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ....................... Pete Wilk (Rollins ’87)

Record at GU ............... 127-255 (seven seasons)

Career Record .......................................... same

Assistant Coaches ...... Matt Bok (Notre Dame ’02)

Mark Van Ameyde (Detroit Mercy ’96)

Offi ce Phone ................................ 202-687-2462

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McLaughlin / Bouchard ............... 14

Chandler / Gaggioli .................... 15

Harrigan / Iannetta / Kennedy ..... 16

Maranges / McConnell /

Baumann / Begin ................... 17

Ferich / Muir / Pustizzi / Saris ..... 18

Adelman / Bender / Capeless /

Concannon / DiGuglielmo ....... 19

Elliott / Malt / Meyer / Piligian /

Silvestri ................................. 20

2006 Results ............................. 21

2006 Review ........................ 22-23

TEAM

2006 Statistics .......................... 23

Individual Records ...................... 24

Team Records ............................ 25

Awards & Honors ....................... 25

Year-by-Year Records .................. 26

All-Time Head Coaches ............... 26

The BIG EAST Conference ........... 27

2007 Opponents ................... 28-29

Hoya Diamond Club .................... 30

Athletic Department

Compliance Policies ............... 31

Shirley Povich Field ..................... 32

First Season ............................................. 1866

All-Time Record ........ 1379-1474-3 (131 seasons)

All-Time BIG EAST ........... 124-364-1 (22 seasons)

2006 Overall Record .................................24-32

2006 BIG EAST Record ................... 10-17 (10th)

Lettermen Returning/Lost .........................17/10

Position Starters Returning/Lost ....................4/4

Pitchers Returning/Lost ................................7/7

Newcomers .................................................. 11

SPORTS INFORMATION

Baseball Contact .......................... Drew Wiseman

Offi ce Phone ................................ 202-687-7155

Fax ............................................. 202-687-2491

E-mail ........................... caw67@georgetown.edu

Press Box Phone ......................... 202-359-2266

Athletics Web Site .................. www.guhoyas.com

Mailing Address .................Georgetown University

McDonough Arena, 3700 O St. NW,

Washington, DC 20057


B A S E B A L L

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

Combining the tradition of being the oldest

Catholic institution of higher learning in

the United States with an awareness of everchanging

educational needs, Georgetown

University continues to challenge the minds

of young men and women eager to learn.

Founded in 1789 as Georgetown

College, a small gathering of 12 students

and a handful of professors, it has grown

into a major international university that

includes four undergraduate schools,

respected graduate programs, a law school

and a medical school.

Georgetown’s 104-acre Main and Medical

Center campus, located in a historic neighborhood

of our nation’s capital and overlooking

the Potomac River, houses 64 buildings

including a hospital and hotel, athletic fi elds

and student residences that can accommodate

more than 5,000 students.

Ranked among the nation’s most distinguished

institutions of higher learning, the

success of the University’s philosophy and

endeavors is refl ected in its enrollment and

applicant pool. Its student body, one of the

most geographically diverse in the country,

consists of individuals from all 50 states and

132 foreign countries, while only 21 percent

of its applicants for the freshman class of

2010 were accepted.

In the classroom, the University offers

state-of-the-art facilities, while holding less

than an 8-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. Today

UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT

more than 13,000 students are enrolled in

undergraduate and graduate programs at

Georgetown University, served by more than

1,160 full time and 530 part time faculty.

650 full-time and 300 part-time professors

teach undergraduates on the main

campus. Distinguished professors include

former Secretary of State Madeleine

Albright, former Director of the CIA George

Tenet, best-selling author and linguist

Deborah Tannen, former National Security

Advisor Anthony Lake, and former Spanish

Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar. Recent

Georgetown is a Catholic and Jesuit, student-centered research university.

Established in 1789 in the spirit of the new republic, the University was founded on

the principle that serious and sustained discourse among people of different faiths,

cultures, and beliefs promotes intellectual, ethical and spiritual understanding. We embody

this principle in the diversity of our students, faculty and staff, our commitment to

justice and the common good, our intellectual openness and our international character.

An academic community dedicated to creating and communicating knowledge,

Georgetown provides excellent undergraduate, graduate and professional education in

the Jesuit tradition for the glory of God and the well-being of humankind.

Georgetown educates women and men to be refl ective lifelong learners, to be responsible

and active participants in civic life, and to live generously in service to others.

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visiting faculty include Grammy-winner

Bobby McFerrin and acclaimed author Mario

Vargas Llosa.

Athletics at Georgetown

Georgetown University’s varsity athletics

programs are a major component of the

undergraduate experience. Georgetown

offers 27 varsity sports that compete at

the Division I level, most of them in the

nationally-recognized BIG EAST Conference.

Georgetown’s 700-plus student-athletes are

a major portion of the University’s enrollment,

with more than one of every 10

undergraduates, competing on a team.

Athletics at Georgetown enjoys a rich

history dating back to the fi rst documented

athletic contest, a baseball game on May

10, 1870. Georgetown’s tradition includes

a total of 17 team and 18 individual national

championships, while boasting numerous

Olympians, National Players of the Year and

All-Americans.

The 2005-06 academic year marked

another banner year for Georgetown athletics.

Twenty-one student-athletes earned

All-American honors, two were awarded

Scholar All-American accolades and 54

received all-conference recognition.

The Georgetown sailing program earned

the Leonard M. Fowle Trophy, as the


National Team of the Year, after claiming a

national championship at the ICSA/Layline

National Team Race Championship. Senior

Andrew Campbell took home the Everett B

Morris Trophy as the National Sailor of the

Year, having won his third Single-handed

National Championship in the fall.

Both men’s and women’s lacrosse

advanced to the NCAA Quarterfi nals, with

the women also winning their sixth consecutive

BIG EAST title and the men winning the

ECAC for the fi fth time. Sophomore Maggie

Koch was named the National Goalie of the

Year and BIG EAST Defensive Player of the

Year for her efforts on the women’s side.

Men’s basketball returned to the national

scene by advancing to the NCAA Sweet

16 and Head Coach John Thompson III

was honored after the season as the Black

Coaches Association’s Coach of the Year.

Georgetown track and fi eld continued its

standing as one of the top programs in the

region, winning the women’s indoor ECAC

title and placing second at both the men’s

cross country and women’s indoor BIG EAST

Championships. They also claimed six conference,

one ECAC, one IC4A and one Penn

Relays individual titles.

In addition, women’s golf was second at

the BIG EAST Championship in the spring for

the second-straight season.

History

For more than 215 years, Georgetown

University has overlooked the banks of the

Potomac River. Georgetown owes its existence

to Father John Carroll, whose desire

for an academy to educate the Catholic

youth of the nation that gave root to the

founding of Georgetown.

Construction began on the fi rst building

in 1788, but the fi rst student, William

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Gaston, arrived from North Carolina in 1791

before it was even completed. Two years

later, Charles and George Dinnies, brothers

from New York, were awarded the degree of

Bachelor of Arts and became the College’s

fi rst graduates.

By 1871, Georgetown had expanded to

include two professional schools: medicine

and law, and gradually moved towards

establishing itself as a university. During

this time, the school was guided by the

efforts of Patrick F. Healy, S.J., who is often

referred to as its second founder. The son

of an Irish immigrant and a former slave,

Father Healy became the fi rst African-

American to earn a Ph.D. and the fi rst to

head a predominantly white university.

President from 1874 until 1882, he is credited

with guiding Georgetown from a small

liberal arts college to a modern university.

Women began to study at Georgetown

when the School of Nursing was founded in

1903. Their enrollment increased gradually

through the fi rst part of the century and by

1952 was admitted to all schools but the

College of Arts and Sciences. At the end

of the 1960’s, the University became fully

coeducational, as women were admitted to

the college.

AMONG “AMERICA’S BEST”

U.S. News and World Report ranked Georgetown 23rd

in the magazine’s annual list of top undergraduate

programs at national universities.

The magazine ranks McDonough School of

Business 26th among top undergraduate business

programs and 11th in the international business

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The 1980’s were highlighted by intense

growth and prosperity through the leadership

of its 46th President Timothy S. Healy,

S.J. Its academic reputation improved, its

endowment increased fi ve-fold, minority

enrollment grew and a host of building were

constructed including Yates Field House, the

Intercultural Center and the Leavey Center.

Facilities

A major new addition to Georgetown’s

campus is the Southwest Quadrangle, a

$188.5 million initiative that was the largest

construction project in Georgetown history.

Part of an ongoing effort to enhance the

quality of campus life, the project provided

a new 784-bed residence hall, a multi-level

underground parking facility, a 1,200-person

Leo J. O’Donovan S.J. dining hall, and a new

home for Georgetown’s Jesuit Community.

Additionally, the Davis Performing Arts Center

and the Wagner Alumni House opened in Fall

2005, and a new home for the McDonough

School of Business is under construction.

In October of 1988

the Leavey Center was

constructed to house

the Offi ce of Student

Affairs, the University

Bookstore, a cafeteria,

several restaurants, a

Marriott hotel with 150

rooms, and a parking

garage.


SCHOOL COLORS

Blue and gray were adopted as the offi

cial school colors in 1866 following

the Civil War, to symbolize the reunifi

cation of the North and the South.

The war had such a profound impact

upon the University, which housed

the Union Army as it moved south to

occupy the surrounding area.

WHAT IS A HOYA?

The Georgetown nickname, the Hoya,

is derived from the Greek and Latin

phrase “Hoya Saxa,” which, loosely

translated, means “What Rocks!”

Some say it originated in a cheer referring

to the stones that comprised

the school’s outer walls; others say

it began in the 19th century with the

birth of Georgetown’s Stonewalls

baseball club; a third version has a

“hoya saxa” cheer arising after an

impressive goal-line stand by the

defense of the Hoya football team.

The name proved popular and the

term “Hoyas” was eventually adopted

for all Georgetown teams.

WHO IS JACK?

Georgetown’s mascot is Jack the

Bulldog. The name “Jack” and the

breed of English Bulldog was formally

adopted in 1962, after a long line of

breeds “auditioned” for the position

during the fi rst half of the century.

Georgetown was one of the

fi rst schools to employ a

“human mascot.” A familiar

blue and grey costumed

student appears at all

major athletic and social

events and is one of the

most recognizable

college mascots

in the

nation.

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For recreation and relaxation, students

and faculty head to Yates Field house, a four

level sports complex. Among the features of

this facility are 12 multi-purpose courts for

tennis, basketball, racquetball, squash, and

volleyball; a four-lane, 200-meter indoor jogging

track; a dance studio; and an eight-lane

swimming pool with separate diving area.

The Edward B. Bunn Intercultural Center

is an example of Georgetown’s look to the

future. The center brings together, under

the world’s largest solar electric roof, all

of the University’s teaching programs in

comparative and regional studies, international

affairs and diplomacy, and foreign

languages. The building houses one of

Georgetown’s three computer centers, an

interactive teaching lab, a television studio,

language laboratories, and an interpreter

training facility using state-of-the art equipment

for simultaneous interpretation.

Diversity

Georgetown University’s commitment to

diversity is manifested in its student body

-- which includes people of many different

ethnic and religious backgrounds -- and in its

commitment to the recruitment of outstanding

women and minorities to join its community

of faculty and staff. Georgetown is

an equal opportunity employer, and makes

a concerted effort to achieve ethnic and

gender diversity throughout its workforce.

The January 2003 issue of Black

Enterprise magazine ranked Georgetown

third after Stanford and Columbia among

non-historically black colleges and

universities as a place where

African American students feel

that their aspirations are

supported. In November

2003, the Journal of Blacks

in Higher Education ranked

Georgetown 19th out of

the top 50 highest academically

ranked universities in the

nation for its percentage of black

students.

Georgetown University has

long been a leader among

America’s most selective

institutions in promoting a diverse

student body. Nearly 22 percent of

Georgetown’s undergraduate population

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is from a minority ethnic background; the

breakdown is as follows: African American,

6.7 percent; Asian American, 9.1 percent;

Hispanic, 5.8 percent; and Native American,

less than one percent.

Volunteerism & Service

At Georgetown, community service and

volunteerism have long been defi ning characteristics

of students’ education and the

University’s mission. Georgetown embraces

and lives out the Catholic, Jesuit ideal of

service in its undergraduate, graduate, law

and medical schools. Georgetown currently

sponsors more than 100 community service

initiatives that involve countless students,

faculty, staff and alumni, and range from

teaching children to offering pro bono legal

services and providing health care for the

medically underserved.

As a Catholic, Jesuit university,

Georgetown undergraduates have historically

chosen service careers in high numbers

after graduation; in 2003, according

to a voluntary survey of graduating seniors,

more than 139 chose jobs in the public

sector -- non-profi t institutions, volunteer service,

education, government service, Jesuit

Volunteer Corps and other organizations in

addition to the Peace Corps.

In 2005, Georgetown University produced

the second highest number of Peace

Corps volunteers among all private universities

in the country, with 67 Georgetown

alumni joining the Peace Corps.


Georgetown University sits on the

western edge of the area of the same name,

which is highly regarded as Washington’s

most fascinating and lively urban neighborhood.

Steeped in history and architectural

design, modern Georgetown is a world

renowned destination for shopping, dining,

and entertainment, in addition to being home

to scores of celebrities and dignitaries.

Shopping – From the hip to the avant garde,

the shopping in Georgetown is hard to beat.

Centered at the intersection of Wisconsin

Avenue and M Street, Georgetown is a

paradise to the discerned shopper. In addition

to sidewalk shops hosting everything

from Abercrombie & Fitch to April Cornell

there are several larger venues, including

Ralph Lauren, H & M and Benetton. A historic

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GEORGETOWN & M STREET

facade disguises the three story underground

“Shops at Georgetown Park,” featuring an

array of high end boutiques and fashion

options. Everything from antiques to formal

attire is available to the Georgetown shopper.

Dining – If coming to the area to grab a

bite to eat, the neighborhood features a

vast array of ambiance and cuisine. Choose

to dine on fresh seafood while basking in

the sun at a riverfront table or rub elbows

with celebrities and dignitaries at a Prospect

Street sidewalk cafe. Georgetown is sure to

please any pallet or craving for the hard to

fi nd cuisines.

Nightlife – Long considered a must-do

area for Washington nightlife, Georgetown

is the gathering place for D.C.-area college

students and young professionals. The area

features The Third

Edition, a restaurant

used as a location

in the movie “St.

Elmo’s Fire.”

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Mr. Smith’s, another local fi xture, offers a

great burger and piano players who take

requests – talents such as Tori Amos had

once graced its keys. In the summer,

Georgetown is a great place to spend an

evening by the river with friends.

Outdoor – This remarkably intact example

of a complete historic town also boasts

historic house museums and gardens and a

rich variety of residential, commercial, and

industrial buildings. Also within Georgetown

is the C&O Canal, a recreational area with

historical spots along the way. It’s easy to

hike, bike or even ride along the canal in a

historic canal boat.

M Street and Wisconsin Street are the major

thoroughfares and both are full of eateries,

trendy bars, boutiques, bookstores and

cafes.


WASHINGTON, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is a powerful symbol of

democracy and freedom. The leaders that

gather on Capitol Hill and in the surrounding

areas direct this nation and assist the world,

in a quest to better equip its lands and the

lives of its people.

But D.C. offers more than its numerous

symbols of patriotism and history. It is

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

Arlington Cemetery / Iwo Jima Memorial

(2.6 miles)

Rows of headstones chronicle American history

with tombs of John F. Kennedy, Thurgood

Marshall, boxer Joe Louis and the Tomb of the

Unknowns; nearby is the Iwo Jima Memorial.

ESPN Zone (2.9 Miles)

ESPN Zone boasts American grill food, an arena

of interactive games and attractions and an

unparalleled sports viewing experience.

International Spy Museum (3 miles)

Featuring the largest collection of international

espionage-related artifacts open to the public.

Jefferson Memorial

Jefferson Memorial (2.9 miles)

Dedicated in 1943 by President Franklin

Roosevelt, the memorial is a tribute to the

nation’s third president, one of the foremost

political thinkers in American history.

The Kennedy Center (5.1 miles)

The nation’s performing arts center, presenting

the best music, dance, theatre, international and

children’s programs in six theatres.

Lincoln Memorial (2.1 miles)

A 19-foot statue of President Abraham Lincoln is

fl anked by his Second Inaugural Address and the

famous Gettysburg Address.

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unique cultural neighborhoods, fi ne cuisine,

upscale shopping, urban nightlife, theatre

and vast recreational opportunities.

Washington, D.C. is a sophisticated

city that offers its residents and visitors the

chance to engage in world-class activities

and experiences.

National Air & Space Museum (5.6 miles)

The World’s most visited museum houses

artifacts from the beginning of man’s pursuit of

fl ight through today’s conquest of outer space.

National Museum of African Art (5 miles)

The museum is dedicated to advancing an

appreciation and understanding of Africa’s rich

history of art and culture.

National Museum of American History

(3.3 miles)

This museum chronicles our nation’s rich history

through the preservation of memories and

experiences of the American people.

National Museum of Natural History (3.2 miles)

Exhibits on the natural world around us; home to

the 45.5-carat hope diamond, dinosaur fossils

and featured mammal hall.

National Zoo (2.7 miles)

A 163-acre zoological park set in the heart of

Washington, D.C., Its best known residents are

giant pandas, Tian Tian and Mei Xiang.

Six Flags America (21.2 Miles)

Featuring more than 100 thrilling rides, slides,

shows and attractions Six Flags America offers

state-of-the art thrill rides, eight fast and furious

coasters and the newly expanded Hurricane

Harbor Water Park.

Iwo Jima Memorial

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National Zoo

U.S. Supreme Court (3.6 miles)

Known as the third branch of government, the

Supreme Court is the court of last appeal in the

United States.

U.S. Capitol (3.5 miles)

Under the magnifi cent dome, senators

and representatives meet to shape

U.S. legislative policy.

Washington Monument

(2.9 miles)

A centerpiece of Washington,

D.C., honoring our nation’s

fi rst president.

White House (3 miles)

The home of every

U.S. president

besides George

Washington.


John J. DeGioia

President, Georgetown University

John J. DeGioia became the 48th president

of Georgetown University on July 1, 2001.

Since graduating from Georgetown in 1979, he

has served the University in a variety of roles as

a senior administrator and as a faculty member.

As president, Dr. DeGioia is deeply committed

to sustaining academic excellence at

Georgetown. He has helped to recruit intellectual

leaders to the faculty and secured

substantial funding for scholarly research and

academic programs.

To prepare young people for leadership

roles in the global community, Dr. DeGioia has

expanded opportunities for intercultural and

interreligious dialogue, welcomed world leaders

to campus, and convened international conferences

to address challenging issues. In 2005,

Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service

opened the University’s fi rst international campus,

in Doha, Qatar.

As the fi rst lay president of a Jesuit university,

Dr. DeGioia places special emphasis on

sustaining and strengthening Georgetown’s

Catholic and Jesuit identity and its responsibility

to serve as a voice and an instrument for

justice. He is a strong supporter of University

initiatives that seek to improve opportunities for

Washington’s underserved neighborhoods.

Dr. DeGioia has been involved with

Georgetown Athletics since his undergraduate

years, when he was a varsity member of both

the football team and track and fi eld team

(decathlon).He has been active in his support of

Georgetown Athletics throughout his administrative

career, and he was named chair of the BIG

EAST Executive Committee in November 2005.

In addition to his undergraduate degree,

Dr. DeGioia earned a PhD in philosophy from

Georgetown. He is a Professorial Lecturer in the

Department of Philosophy.

He and his wife, Theresa Miller DeGioia, a

Georgetown alumna, have one son.

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Bernard Muir

Director of Athletics

Georgetown University named Bernard M.

Muir its 10th Director of Athletics, effective July

1, 2005. As Director of Athletics, Muir oversees

the operations of all Georgetown University

intercollegiate and intramural athletic programs,

which include more than 100 coaches and staff

who support more than 650 student-athletes

participating in 27 sports.

Muir previously served as Deputy Director

of Athletics for Administration and Facilities at

the University of Notre Dame, where he oversaw

athletic facilities, game management operations,

and club and intramural sports and recreation.

He served as primary administrator for several

sports and secondary administrator for football.

Muir’s fi rst year at Georgetown saw many

successes, on the fi eld and off, including the

opening of the Multi-Sport Field, a 3,500-seat

fi eld at the heart of the Georgetown campus. The

Georgetown sailing team was named the National

Team of the Year, three teams (men’s basketball,

men’s and women’s lacrosse) advanced to NCAA

Tournament play and the women’s track team

won the ECAC title. Twenty-one student-athletes

earned All-American honors, two were awarded

Scholar All-American accolades, 54 received allconference

recognition and more than 100 were

named to the BIG EAST Academic Honor Roll.

Muir was an eight-year staff member at the

NCAA and the director of the Division I NCAA

Men’s Basketball Championship. He joined the

NCAA staff in December 1992 as assistant

director of the Men’s Basketball Championship

and was promoted to director in August 1998.

A 1990 graduate of Brown University with a

bachelor’s degree in organizational behavior and

management, the Gainesville, Fla., native was

a four-year letterwinner and co-captain of the

Bears’ basketball team.

Born July 22, 1968, Muir and his wife, Liz, a

former NCAA membership services representative

have two daughters — Libby and Millie.

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ATHLETIC

ADMINISTRATION

Patricia Thomas

Senior Associate Director

of Athletics/Senior Woman

Administrator

Samantha Huge

Associate Director of

Athletics-Compliance

Kyle Ragsdale

Associate Director of

Athletics-External Affairs

Jennifer Heppel

Associate Director of

Athletics-Administration

Debby Morey

Associate Director of

Athletics-Business

& Finance

Brian McGuire

Assistant Director of

Athletics-Facilities &

Operations


Pete Wilk

Head Coach

Eighth Season

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The 2007 season marks the eighth

season at the helm for Pete Wilk. Since taking

over the Hoyas’ program in the summer

of 1999, Wilk has rebuilt the program. In

2004 and 2005, Wilk guided the team to

its most successful two-season win total

(50) since 1984-85 seasons. Wilk also was

named Coach of the Year by The Hoya for

his efforts in 2004.

Pete Wilk

B A S E B A L L

During his tenure on the Hilltop, Wilk has

implemented a Career Night for current

Hoya baseball players to get career advice

and network with GU baseball alumni. Wilk

has also initiated the preseason First Pitch

Dinner which is a fundraiser exclusively

for the baseball program. The inaugural

First Pitch Dinner in 2005 featured Terry

Francona, manager of the World Champion

Boston Red Sox, as the guest speaker

and television and radio personality Mike

Barnicle as the emcee.

Wilk has seen three Georgetown players

move onto the professional ranks, Parker

Brooks (C’05), Michael Lombardi (B’04) and

Eddie Pena (B’05).

Before becoming Head Coach at

Georgetown in 2000, Wilk served as an

assistant coach for the Hoyas between

1998 and 1999.

Wilk came to the Hilltop in the fall of

1997 after serving as the head baseball

coach at Acton-Boxboro High School in

Massachusetts, where he helped turn

around a program that previously went 3-17

into a 13-10 team that made an appearance

in the 1996 state semifi nals.

Prior to coaching at Acton-Boxboro, Wilk

served as an assistant coach at Harvard

University for four years (1992-95). He

began his collegiate coaching career at

Boston University where he was an assistant

coach for two seasons (1990, ’91).

In addition to his Georgetown coaching

duties, Wilk was an assistant coach for

the Harwich Mariners of the prestigious

Cape Cod summer league, which won

the Eastern Division title in 1997

before the Barrington, R.I. native took

over the helm of the Mat-Su Miners of

the Alaska Baseball League in 1998

and 1999.

Wilk has a wealth of international

baseball experience. He has

previously worked baseball clinics

in the Dominican Republic (2000,

’01, ’02, ’05, ’06), as well as

in Germany (1996) and Sweden

(1994) for Major League Baseball. In

January 2001, Wilk worked a clinic in Oslo

for the Norwegian Baseball Federation.

He is a 1987 graduate of Rollins College,

where he earned a degree in American

Studies.

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Matt Bok

Assistant Coach

Third Season

19

Matt Bok is now in his third season with

the Hoya baseball program. Bok’s primary

responsibilities will be serving as the hitting

coach, working with the catchers and

outfi elders. He will also be assisting with

recruiting.

Working with the GU hitters during his

fi rst season, the Hoyas set a new school

single-season record with 551 hits.

In the summer of 2005, Bok worked with

the Major League Baseball International’s

Envoy program coaching three teams in

Germany. The Envoy program sends experienced

professional, college and high school

baseball coaches on four-to-eight-week-long

instructional assignments to needful baseball

federations and organizations around

the world.

Matt Bok


Prior to joining the Georgetown coaching

staff, Bok played three years of minor

league baseball. He played one year of independent

ball and two with the Los Angeles

Dodgers organization.

During his collegiate career, Bok played

one year for Georgetown during the 1998-99

season before transferring to Notre Dame.

Bok played at Notre Dame for three successful

years, having been a two-time All-BIG

EAST performer and helping to lead Notre

Dame to the 2002 College World Series. He

was also a member of the all-time winningest

class at Notre Dame, boasting a 188-66-1

record. Bok graduated in 2002 from Notre

Dame with a degree in economics.

Mark Van Ameyde

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Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Third Season

Assistant coach Mark Van Ameyde enters

his third year overseeing the instruction of

the Hoya pitching staff while also serving as

the GU recruiting coordinator.

In his fi rst two seasons on the Hilltop,

Van Ameyde helped the Hoya pitching staff

to set a new school record for strikeouts

in a season in 2005, while also guiding

Eddie Pena to the single-season and career

strikeout records. He also coached Daniel

Kennedy to a single-season school record

for saves in 2006.

Prior to coming to Georgetown, Van

Ameyde coached at his alma mater, Detroit-

Mercy for four years, where he worked with

the pitchers and hitters, as well as serving

as the recruiting coordinator. Under Van

Ameyde’s direction as the associate head

coach and hitting instructor in 2004, the

Titans led the conference in batting.

B A S E B A L L

Mark Van Ameyde

Van Ameyde spent the 1999 and 2000

seasons as head coach at St. Mary’s College

(Mich.), where he led the team to the 1999-

2000 NSCAA World Series and produced

an All-American outfi elder. Van Ameyde also

spent time as a pitching coach in the Great

Lakes Collegiate League, where he worked

with two current professional pitchers.

As a player at UDM, Van Ameyde, a righthanded

pitcher, compiled a 12-7 record with

an ERA of 3.65 in 128.1 innings over two

seasons. As a senior he was named team

MVP as well as being honored with First-

Team All-Conference accolades after posting

a 3.33 ERA in 83.7 innings pitched. Prior to

playing at Detroit, Van Ameyde also pitched

for Henry Ford Community College, where

he helped to win a regional championship.

Van Ameyde completed his undergraduate

degree in communications at the

University of Detroit Mercy in 1996, and is

pursuing a master’s degree in sport administration

from Wayne State (Mich). He and his

wife Melissa have one son, Chase, who was

born in July 24, 2005. The family, resides

in northern Virginia and also has two English

Mastiff dogs, Mattingly and Sinatra.

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BASEBALL

SUPPORT STAFF

Alan Alper

Atheltic Trainer

Augie Maurelli

Head Strength &

Conditioning Coach

Shelly Habel

Academic Coordinator for

Student-Athletes

Drew Wiseman

Sports Information Asst. /

Baseball Contact

Dawon Dicks

Assistant Strength &

Conditioning Coach

Lynn Bourdon

Director of Equipment &

Transportation


2007 OUTLOOK

The Georgetown University baseball

team fi nished the 2006 season with a 24-32

overall record and the Hoyas won 10 BIG

EAST games, their most league wins since

1986. Georgetown won three BIG EAST

series and earned a three-game sweep over

Seton Hall during Easter weekend, its fi rst

series sweep since 2001.

The 2007 squad returns 17 letterwinners

and a strong nucleus of key contributors.

Eighth-year head coach Pete Wilk feels

strongly that this team has the talent to

reach team goals that include setting a new

school record for wins and qualifying for the

BIG EAST Tournament for the fi rst time in

school history.

At fi rst base, junior Matthew Harrigan

and freshman Dan Capeless will look to fi ll

the void left by Ryan Craft, who compiled

49 hits, 33 RBI and a team-best 18 doubles

last season. Harrigan started in 41 games

a season ago and is coming off a terrifi c fall

season. Capeless was ranked in the Baseball

America Top 300 as a high school senior and

provides a good blend between the glove and

a left-handed power bat.

Second base should be manned by freshman

Joe Silvestri. Silvestri, who was

named Newsday All-City in 2004 and

2005, is making the move from a

high school shortstop to the other

side of the bag but offers good

speed and proved himself in the

fall by showing some power

from both sides of the plate.

Junior co-captain Matthew

Bouchard returns to his customary

shortstop position. Bouchard led

the team with 15 multi-hit games

a season ago and ranked among

the team leaders in every major

offensive category. The East

Greenwich, R.I. native was a

starter in the NECBL All-Star

Game in 2006.

Senior Joe Graziano

returns to third base

after missing most of

the 2005 season

with a broken

jaw suffered

Brandon Davis

B A S E B A L L

during batting practice. Graziano possesses

great strength after an offseason of weight

training and will be asked to provide some

power and drive in runs from the middle of

the order. Junior Matthew Maranges should

press Graziano for time at the hot corner.

Maranges started 41 times a year ago and

compiled nine multi-hit games

Freshman infi elder Tom Elliott comes to

the Hilltop after being well-regarded in the

greater Philadelphia area. Freshman infi elder

Derek DiGuglielmo is a two-time Section One

Player of the Year in the Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

area and might be the most talented of the

newcomer infi elders. Freshman walk-on Chip

Malt can fi ll in a pinch.

Sophomore righties Rob Begin and Sean

Baumann most likely will receive the at-bats in

right fi eld. Begin is the fastest of the team’s

outfi elders to go along with a good arm,

while Baumann has shown an accurate arm

and some pop at the plate. The duo is looking

to make an offensive impact this spring.

Center fi eld and left fi eld will be fi lled by

senior lefties Mark McLaughlin and Derek

deGrijs, two of the team’s most experienced

players. McLaughlin, a transfer from Pacifi c,

led the Hoyas in 2006 in batting, slugging,

on-base percentage, runs scored

and walks. deGrijs ranked second on

the team

in batting

and led the

team in hits over

the fi nal fi ve league series of

the season.

Sophomore righty Kelly

Muir is still learning to play the

outfi eld after playing in the infi eld in

high school, but his athleticism and

speed can get him into the mix.

Senior co-captain Brandon

Davis is slated to start the season

behind the plate after handling

the staff on a daily basis last year.

David led the team with 40 RBI and

ranked third in doubles.

Junior transfer Matt

Ianetta comes

to the

Hoyas

1 0

Erick Chandler

after playing his fi rst two collegiate seasons

at North Carolina. Ianetta, a Rhode Island

native, was named fi rst team All-State as a

high school senior before posting a .385

on-base percentage last season for the

Tar Heels, who advanced all the way to the

College World Series Championship Game.

After seeing action in seven games last

season, sophomore Greg Pustizzi can fi ll the

role of the third catcher and will be in the

mix for the designated hitter. Pustizzi had a

strong offensive fall season for the Hoyas.

On the mound, Coach Wilk is confi dent

that the trio of lefty Michael Gaggioli and

righties Erick Chandler and Jimmy Saris is

the most talented group of weekend starters

he has had in his GU tenure.

Gaggioli ranked eighth in the BIG EAST

with 84 innings pitched as a freshman in

2005 and ranked 14th in the league in ERA.

Gaggioli was limited to just 32.1 innings last

season before suffering an arm injury. The

Mission Viejo, Calif. native should be back to

full strength in 2007.

Chandler was GU’s Rookie of the Year

in 2004 after striking out 57 batters in 60

innings. He sat out last year and is ready to

be one of the Hoyas’ most reliable starters.

Saris is from nearby Great Falls, Va. and

is a transfer from Duke. Saris was named

second team All-State out of Langley High

School and fi rst team Washington Post

All-Metro. Saris struck out seven over seven

innings in a 4-3 at Miami last season and


earned six starts through the fi rst fi ve Atlantic

Coast Conference weekend series, striking

out 31 in 40 innings.

The team’s list of short inning relievers

consists of a group of hurlers with a decent

amount of collegiate experience.

Mark Dutmers is a senior lefty who tied

for the team lead in relief appearances with

23, and was second in the team in total

appearances (25) while holding opponents to

a .228 batting average. Senior righty Mike

Hoy made 15 relief appearances last season

and grew more confi dent as the season went

on in 24 innings of work. Junior righthander

2007 ROSTER

B A S E B A L L

Daniel Kennedy set a single-season school

record with nine saves. Kennedy walked 11

hitters against 25 strikeouts in 36.1 innings.

Newcomers Cary Piligian and Jack Bender

are both capable of slamming the door shut

late in games. Piligian is a two-time All-Catholic

League selection out of Detroit Jesuit

H.S. in Troy, Michigan. Bender is an All-Group

Two selection out of central New Jersey and

showed his effectiveness during the fall.

Sophomore Andy Ferich, junior Grady

McConnell, and freshmen Alex Meyer, Tim

Adleman and Billy Concannon are looking to

log some long relief innings. Ferich struck

1 1

out a career-high 11 batters in eight innings

in his fi rst collegiate start in a win over St.

Joseph’s. McConnell earned two victories in

relief in late April and early May, including a

win over West Virginia in the second game of

a BIG EAST doubleheader.

Meyer consistently pounds the strike zone

and has great movement on his pitches.

Adleman has an above average changeup

and an effective fastball. Both will look to

be midweek starters and log long relief

innings in conference games. Concannon

has worked to show he can log some innings

during the week.

No. Name Pos. B/T Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School

1 Chip Malt INF/C R/R Fr. 5-9 170 Boston, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols

2 Joseph Graziano INF R/R Sr. 6-1 205 Floral Park, N.Y./Chaminade/Davidson College

3 Matthew Bouchard INF R/R Jr. 5-11 180 East Greenwich, R.I./Bishop Hendricken

4 Joe Silvestri INF S/R Fr. 5-10 175 Floral Park, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy

5 Mark Dutmers LHP L/L Sr. 6-3 195 Sarasota, Fla./Riverview

6 Matt Iannetta C/OF R/R Jr. 6-0 195 Providence, R.I./St. Raphael Academy/Univ of. North Carolina

7 Matthew Maranges INF R/R Jr. 6-0 185 Miami, Fla./Belen Jesuit Prep

8 Greg Pustizzi C R/R So. 6-1 205 Medford, N.J./Bishop Eustace Prep

9 Alex Meyer LHP L/L Fr. 6-3 175 Pompton Plains, N.J./Don Bosco Prep

10 Kelly Muir OF R/R So. 6-1 170 South Pasadena, Calif./Loyola

11 Dan Capeless 1B L/L Fr. 6-2 220 Centerville, Mass./Boston College H.S.

12 Brandon Davis C R/R Sr. 5-10 195 Poway, Calif./The Bishop’s School

13 Derek deGrijs OF L/L Sr. 6-0 200 Nashville, Tenn./Goodpasture

14 Rob Begin OF R/R So. 6-1 175 Princeton, N.J./Princeton

15 Sean Baumann OF R/R So. 6-0 200 Tampa, Fla./Freedom

17 Tom Elliott INF R/R Fr. 5-10 160 Blue Bell, Pa./St. Joseph’s Prep

20 Cary Piligian RHP R/R Fr. 6-1 195 Troy, Mich./Detroit Jesuit

21 Jack Bender RHP R/R Fr. 5-10 170 Cranford, N.J./Cranford

22 Mark McLaughlin OF L/L Sr. 5-9 190 Walnut Creek, Calif./De La Salle/University of the Pacifi c

24 Matt Harrigan OF/1B L/R Jr. 6-2 185 Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy

26 Daniel Kennedy RHP R/R Jr. 6-2 190 West Orange, N.J./Regis

28 Mike Hoy RHP R/R Sr. 6-3 200 Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll

29 Andy Ferich LHP L/L So. 6-4 195 Collegeville, Penn./Perkiomen Valley

30 Grady McConnell RHP R/R Jr. 6-3 210 Capistrano, Calif./Capistrano Valley

31 Michael Gaggioli LHP L/L Jr. 6-2 195 Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic

34 Erick Chandler RHP R/R Jr. 6-4 185 Somerset, N.J./Rutgers Prep/University of Virginia

35 Jimmy Saris RHP R/R So. 6-0 195 Great Falls, Va./Langley/Duke University

36 Tim Adleman RHP R/R Fr. 6-5 195 Raleigh, N.C./Wakefi eld

38 Derek DiGuglielmo INF L/R Fr. 5-11 161 Dobbs Ferry, N.Y./Dobbs Ferry

39 Billy Concannon RHP/1B R/R Fr. 6-4 225 Dallas, Texas/St. Mark’s School

COACHING STAFF

18 Pete Wilk – Head Coach (eighth season)

23 Mark Van Ameyde – Assistant Coach (third season)

19 Matt Bok – Assistant Coach (third season)


Brandon Davis

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Senior | C | R/R | 5-10 | 195

Poway, Calif. | The Bishop’s School

2006 (junior): Appeared in 52 games, making

51 starts ... Led the team in runs batted

in with 40 ... Tied for second on the team in

home runs (4), tied for third on the team in

doubles (12), fourth on the team in slugging

percentage (.385), and fi fth on the team in

total bases (70) ... Threw out 29 batters

during the season ... Led the team in multi-

RBI games with 10 and also had 12 multi-hit

games along with three multi-run scoring

games ... Went 2-for-5 with a double and a

season-high four runs batted in at Coppin

State ... Went 3-for-3 with a double, two

runs scored and two runs batted in against

St. Joseph’s ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs

scored, two runs batted in and a home run

against West Virginia.

2005 (sophomore):

Appeared

in 38 games,

starting 33, with

20 BIG EAST

starts ...

Batted .288

with 30 hits,

Brandon Davis

B A S E B A L L

and 11 RBI ... Had four multi-hit games ...

Threw out 16 attempted base runners ...

Went 4-for-4 vs. Saint Peter’s

2004 (freshman): Saw time in 19 games,

starting fi ve ... Tallied 49 putouts and added

six assists ... Recorded three hits in 20 AB’s

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three high

school letters for Coach Jay Schroeder as

a catcher, pitcher and 2B ... Earned three

letters for the high-school football team as

an offensive center linebacker ... Earned one

letter as a guard on the high-school basketball

team ... Member of the baseball team’s

Coastal League Championship in 2000 and

2003 ... Born: 3/24/1985

Davis’ Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2004 19/5 .150 20 2 3 1 0 0 1 .200 .280 0-0

2005 38/33 .288 104 12 30 2 0 0 11 .308 .357 0-1

2006 52/51 .253 182 16 46 12 0 4 40 .385 .313 1-1

Totals 109/89 .258 306 30 79 15 0 4 61 .346 .326 1-2

Derek deGrijs

Senior | OF | L/L | 6-0 | 200

Nashville, Tenn. | Goodpasture

1 2

13

2006 (junior): Appeared in 51 games,

making 42 starts ... Finished second on the

team in batting average (.280), and third in

on-base percentage (.373) and stolen bases

(10) ... Had nine multi-hit games, including

a three-hit game at Mount St. Mary’s ... In

the same game, he collected a season-high

three runs batted in, one of his three multi-

RBI games on the season ... Tied for the

third longest hitting streak on the season at

eight games ... Scored multiple runs in three

contests, against West Virginia, Duquesne

and at Pittsburgh ... Collected his fi rst

collegiate triple against St. Joseph’s ...

Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Derek deGrijs

2005 (sophomore): Played in 26 games,

recording fi ve hits in 14 AB’s (.357) ... Went

3-for-4 with two doubles at Davidson ...

Went 2-2 with a RBI at Saint Peter’s

2004 (freshman): Started in 11 games

while playing in 33 ... Stole four bases in

fi ve attempts ... Added 32 putouts on the

year ... Had eight hits and seven RBI ...

Committed only two errors for a .994 fi elding

percentage

Prior to Georgetown: Three-year letterwinner

and starter on the Goodpasture

HS baseball team as a center fi elder ...

Three year letterwinner on the Goodpasture

football team as a running back and

safety ... Named baseball All-District (2001,

2002, 2003) ... Named District MVP in

2003 ... Named football All Region (2001-

2002) ... Earned HS State Championship

Game MVP in 2001 ... Member of the

Goodpasture baseball team’s District

Championship (2000-2003) and a trip to

the State Tournament in 2003 ... Member

of the Goodpasture football team’s State

Championship in 1999 and 2001 and the

Region Championship (1999-2002) ...

Member of the National Honor Society ...

Ranked No. 3 in class ... Born: 11/6/1984

deGrijs’ Career Statistics

YEAR GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2004 33/11 .178 45 9 8 1 0 0 7 .200 .283 4-5

2005 26/2 .357 14 7 5 2 0 0 1 .500 .438 0-0

2006 51/42 .280 143 19 40 4 1 0 14 .322 .373 10-16

Totals 110/55 .262 202 35 53 7 1 1 22 .322 .357 14-21


Mark Dutmers

Senior | LHP | L/L | 6-3 | 195

Sarasota, Fla. | Riverview

5

2006 (junior): Appeared in 25 games, with

two starts ... Tied for the team lead in relief

appearances with 23, and was second on the

team in total appearances (25), ERA (4.08),

and opposing batting average (.228) ... Third

on the team in win-loss percentage going

2-1 for a .667 average and fi fth in strikeouts

with 29 ... Allowed no earned runs in eight

of 10 BIG EAST appearances ... Recorded

his fi st win of the season by tossing four

perfect innings at Mount St. Mary’s and got

his second win when he came on in relief and

threw a no-hit inning against Seton

Hall ... Collected a season-high

fi ve strikeouts in his fi rst start

of the year at GWU while pitching

a season-high 4.2 innings

... Named a BIG EAST

Academic All-Star

2005: Appeared

in 20 games,

making two

starts ... Had

28 strikeouts

in 30.2 innings ...

Made fi rst career

start against George

Washington, recording

four strikeouts in

four innings

2004: Led newcomers

in pitching

... Posted a

2-1 record with a

3.38 ERA in 15

games

Mark Dutmers

B A S E B A L L

Dutmers’ Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2004 15/0 2-1 0 3.38 18.2 22 8 7 7 17 .293

2005 20/2 0-2 0 4.99 30.2 38 20 17 18 28 .309

2006 25/2 2-1 0 4.08 35.1 31 27 16 29 29 .228

Totals 60/4 4-4 0 4.21 84.1 91 55 40 54 74 .265

Joseph Graziano

Senior | INF | R/R | 6-1 | 205

Floral Park, N.Y. | Chaminade HS

Davidson College

1 3

2

2006 (junior): Appeared in 11 games, with

six starts at third base ... Scored two runs

and collected a RBI on three walks and a

sacrifi ce fl y in his fi rst appearance of the

season at William & Mary ... Collected his

fi rst hit of the season, going 1-for-2 with a

run scored at St. Mary’s ... Went 1-for-1

against Duquesne with his fi rst stolen

base of the season ... Named a BIG EAST

Academic All-Star

2005 (sophomore): Appeared

in 30 games, with 24 starts

... Batted .310 in 84 at bats

with nine RBI and 12 runs

scored ... Was 2-2 in stolen

bases ... Had six multi-hit

games ... Was 3-for-4 with

two RBI vs. Holy Cross

2004 (freshman): Appeared in 16 games,

with 12 at-bats, making six assists

Prior to Georgetown: Earned four letters

for Chaminade as an infi elder for Coaches

Mike Pienkos and Jack Lyons ... Member

of the undefeated State Championship

team in 1999 and 2000 ... Member of

the State Championship team in 2001 ...

Hit the walk off homer in the 2001 State

Championship Game ... Earned the

town of Hempstead Award for academics,

athletics and service ... Earned the

Joseph Graziano

FDNY Scholarship ... Earned the Science

Olympiad Award ... Assisted in running a

tutoring service ... Born: 8/1/1984

Graziano’s Career Statistics

YEAR GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2004 16/1 .083 12 0 1 0 0 0 3 .083 .250 0-1

2005 30/24 .310 84 12 26 3 0 1 9 .381 .352 2-2

2006 11/6 .083 25 4 2 0 0 0 1 .080 .250 1-1

Totals 57/31 .239 121 16 29 3 0 1 13 .289 .317 3-4

Mike Hoy

28

Senior | RHP | R/R | 6-3 | 200

Southlake, Texas | Southlake Carroll

2006 (junior): Appeared in 15 games ... His

15 relief appearances were fourth highest

on the team ... Made his collegiate debut

at William & Mary and collected his fi rst

collegiate strikeouts in his next outing, with

two at Davidson ... Pitched a season high

3.2 innings against Notre Dame, recording

a career-best four strikeouts ... Threw

3.1 innings of no-hit ball over two games,

Louisville and Seton Hall ... Threw no-hit innings

at Coppin State and against Rutgers


Mike Hoy

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three letters

at Southlake Carroll HS for Coach Larry

Hughes as a pitcher ... Also played football,

basketball and track at Southlake Carroll ...

Football awards: Named All-State as a senior,

recognized with the “C” Award, helped the

team to the a State Championship ... Was a

Regional Finalist on the baseball diamond as

a senior ... Earned Second Team All-State

Academic honors ... Born: 10/3/1985

Hoy’s Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2006 15/0 0-1 0 6.38 24.0 26 18 17 24 17 .283

Mark McLaughlin

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Senior | OF | L/L | 5-9 | 190

Walnut Creek, Calif. | De La Salle/

University of the Pacifi c

2006 (junior): Appeared in and started 55

games last season, tying for the team lead

... Led the team in batting average (.281),

slugging percentage (.429), on-base percent-

B A S E B A L L

age (.406), runs scored (43), total bases

(84), walks (35), stolen bases (23) and total

plate appearances (242), and tied for the

team lead in hits (55) ... Finished second on

the team in doubles (15), tied for second

in home runs (4), third in at bats (196), and

fi fth in runs batted in (24) ... Finished with 13

multi-hit games, 10 multi-run scoring games,

and six multi-RBI games ... Went 2-for-4 with

two runs and a season-high six runs batted in

and two home runs at Pittsburgh in the season

fi nale ... Went 3-for-3 with two runs batted

in, two doubles and a season-high tying

three runs scored at George Washington ...

Had a season-high four hits on two singles,

a double and a home run while also scoring

three runs and driving in a run at Navy ...

Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star

2005 (sophomore): Played in 51 games,

starting 42 ... Ranked sixth on the team

with a .307 average ... One of fi ve GU

players with more than 50 hits ... Posted

13 multi-hits games ... Had eight multi-RBI

games ... Ranked second on the team with

12 doubles ... Ranked fourth on the team

with a .466 slugging percentage ... Ranked

fi fth on the team with 34 runs scored, 50

hits and 30 RBI ... Went 4-for-4 with fi ve RBI

at Davidson ... Went 5-for-5 with two homers

and four RBI at George Mason ... Went

2-3 with three RBI at VMI

2004 (freshman): Played

at the University of the

Pacifi c

1 4

Prior to Georgetown: Played two seasons

at De La Salle for Coach Matt Castello ...

Helped lead the team to a 21-10 record

and the NCS Semis in 2003 and an 18-13

record and the NCS Quarters in 2002 ...

Named First Team All-Bay Athletic League

(2003), Second Team All-Contra Costa

County (2003), First Team All- Tri-Valley,

Team Captain (2003), Athlete of the Year

Nominee (2003), NCS Scholar-Athlete all

four years in high school, Top Hitter Spring

Tournament, 2004 UOP Scholar-Athlete ...

Named a NorCal Scholar Athlete all four

years ... Helped organize a baseball clinic

for disabled children ... Government major

... Born: 1/31/85

McLaughlin’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2004* 41/27 .218 101 8 22 3 2 0 12 .287 .273 1-3

2005 51/42 .307 163 34 50 12 1 4 30 .466 .384 10-15

2006 55/55 .281 196 43 55 15 1 4 24 .429 .406 23-29

Totals 147/124 .276 460 85 127 30 4 8 66 .411 .396 34-47

* at the University of the Pacifi c

Matthew Bouchard

Junior | INF | R/R | 5-11 | 180

East Greenwich, R.I.

Bishop Hendricken

3

2006 (sophomore): Appeared

in 56 games, with 55 starts ...

Led the team in multi-hit games

(15), triples, games played (56)

and at bats (205) and tied for the

team lead in hits (55) and games

started (55) ... Second on the team

in multi-RBI games (7), runs (42),

stolen bases (13) and plate appearances

(238) ... Finished in the top fi ve on

the team in batting average (.268), slugging

percentage (.376), on-base percentage

Mark McLaughlin


(.357), runs batted in (26), walks (26), total

bases (77) and doubles (12) ... Compiled

the longest hitting streak on the season

at nine games ... Led the team with 151

fi elding assists ... Collected a season-high

three hits on four separate occasions, three

against BIG EAST foes ... Had a seasonhigh

four runs batted in while going 2-for-3

against GWU ... Scored multiple runs in 12

contests and hit his fi rst collegiate home run

against Rutgers

2005 (freshman): Made an appearance

in 37 games, with 23 starts ... Stole fi ve

bases in seven attempts ... Had a seasonbest,

six-game hit streak at the end of April

Prior to Georgetown: Earned four letters

as a infi elder for Coach Ed Halloway ... A

two-time First Team All-State honoree ... A

three-time First Team All-Division Selection

... Three-time All-City Selection ... Member

of three Rhode Island State Championship

teams (’01, ‘03, ‘04) ... Member of the team

that ranked No.12 in the nation in 2004 ...

Member of the National Honor Society and

National Spanish Honor Society ... Named

Academic All-State ... Born: 12/12/1986

Bouchard’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2005 37/23 .231 91 14 21 2 0 1 10 .286 .333 5-7

2006 56/55 .268 205 42 55 12 2 2 26 .376 .357 13-17

Totals 93/78 .255 296 56 76 14 2 3 36 .338 .350 18-24

Erick Chandler

Junior | RHP | R/R | 6-4 |185

Somerset, N.J. | Rutgers Prep/

University of Virginia

34

2006: Sat out the season after transferring

from the University of Virginia.

2005 (sophomore): Pitched one inning for

the University of Virginia.

B A S E B A L L

2004 (freshman): GU Rookie of the Year

after striking out 57 batters in 60 innings

pitched ... Posted a 5-5 record with a 4.80

earned run average ... Opponents batted

just .224 against him ... Pitched four shutout

innings against Davidson for his fi rst collegiate

win ... Earned the victory over Seton

Hall by tossing six innings ... Pitched seven

innings giving up two hits and two walks

against two K’s in a win over Connecticut

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at Rutgers Preparatory School ...

Graduated as the all-time strikeout leader

at RPS ... Team captain his senior year and

was named RPS Baseball Pitcher of the Year

for the second consecutive season while

helping lead his team to a second consecutive

conference championship ... Born:

12/3/1984

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2004 15/8 5-5 1 4.80 60.0 52 35 32 30 57 .224

2005* 1/0 0-0 0 9.00 1.0 1 1 1 0 1 .250

2006 did not pitch – sat out season after transferring

Totals 16/8 5-5 1 5.90 61.0 53 36 33 30 58 .225

* at the University of Virginia

Michael Gaggioli

Junior | LHP | L/L | 6-2 | 195

Mission Viejo, Calif.

Santa Margarita Catholic

1 5

31

2006 (sophomore): Appeared in and started

seven games last season, fourth highest on

the team ... Recorded a season-high eight

strikeouts in a season-high eight innings of

work while giving up two runs on six hits

at St. Mary’s ... Recorded six strikeouts in

seven innings of work, allowing three runs

on eight hits against St. Joseph’s ... Named

a BIG EAST Academic All-Star

2005 (freshman): Made 14 appearances ...

Ranked second on the team with 11 starts

... Posted a 4-6 record ... Ranked second

Michael Gaggioli

on the team and 14th in the BIG EAST with a

3.42 ERA ... Fanned 67 batters against just

14 walks ... Ranked eighth in the BIG EAST

with 84.1 innings ... Opponents batted .255

against him ... Fanned eight on two different

occasions ... Earned fi rst collegiate win at

Davidson, allowing just one hit while striking

out three in 3.1 innings of work ... Struck out

seven in 7.1 innings in a 1-0 win over Yale ...

Allowed no earned runs and struck out eight

in six innings against St. Peter’s to improve

to 2-0 on the season ... Went eight innings,

striking out fi ve and allowing just three hits

to earn shutout at Villanova ... Struck out

six in a 2-1 win over Rutgers ... Named to

the 2005 New England Collegiate Baseball

League (NECBL) North All-Star Team as a

member of the Vermont Mountaineers ...

Was the Northern Division’s starting pitcher

for the 12th Annual All-Star Game

Prior to Georgetown: Letterwinner at

Santa Margarita Catholic for Coach Mike

Borowski ... Named 2004 Serra League

Most Valuable Pitcher ... Named 2004

All-CIF First Team ... Member of the Serra

League Championship Team in 2004 ...

Four-time Academic Athlete Award (2000-

04) ... Born: 9/23/1985

Gaggioli’s Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2005 14/11 4-6 0 3.42 84.1 84 42 32 14 67 .255

2006 7/7 0-5 0 7.16 32.2 42 31 26 12 24 .326

Totals 21/18 4-11 0 3.10 170.0 126 73 58 26 91 .275


Matt Harrigan

24

Junior | OF/1B | L/R | 6-2 | 185

Syracuse, N.Y. | Christian Brothers Acad.

2006 (sophomore): Appeared in 41 games,

with 34 starts ... In his fi rst collegiate start

went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, and

collected his fi rst collegiate double and RBI

at William & Mary ... Hit his fi rst collegiate

home run while going 2-for-5 with two runs

and two runs batted in against Rutgers,

the only time he had multiple runs batted

in ... Stole his fi rst collegiate base against

Coppin State while going 2-for-3 with two

runs scored ... Scored multiple runs in four

games and had multiple hits in fi ve games

during the season ... Did not commit an

error all season ... Named a BIG EAST

Academic All-Star

2005 (freshman): Appeared in 12 games ...

Had one hit and four walks in 12 at-bats

Matt Harrigan

B A S E B A L L

Prior to Georgetown: Earned four letters

as an outfi elder for Coach Tom Dotterer

... Named All-League in 2001 and 2004

... Name All-Central New York in 2003

and 2004 ... Named All-New York State

in 2004, Named Team MVP in 2003 and

2004 ... Member of the 2002 Section

Three (NY State) Champions ... Earned

the Class Humanitarian Award ... Member

of the National Honor Society ... Born:

11/11/1985

Harrigan’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2005 12/0 .100 10 2 1 0 0 0 0 .100 .357 0-0

2006 41/34 .204 113 13 23 4 0 1 11 .265 .300 2-3

Totals 53/34 .195 123 15 24 4 0 1 11 .252 .306 2-3

Matt Iannetta

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6

Junior | C/OF | R/R | 6-0 | 195

Providence, R.I. | St. Raphael Academy

University of North Carolina

2005-06: Played two seasons of varsity

baseball at North Carolina ... Was a member

of the 2006 National Championship Finalist

squad

Prior to Georgetown: A three-year letterwinner

at St. Raphael’s Academy ... Was

named All-State and Scholar Athlete during

high school and was a team captain during

his junior and senior years ... Was a member

of the Spanish Club and graduated with

honors ... Born: 8/19/86

Ianetta’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2005* 5/0 .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0-0

2006* 22/5 .226 31 7 7 1 0 1 9 .355 .385 2-3

Totals 27/5 .212 33 7 7 1 0 1 9 .333 .366 2-3

* at University of North Carolina

Daniel Kennedy

Junior | RHP | R/R | 6-2 | 190

West Orange, N.J. | Regis

26

2006 (sophomore): Set Georgetown singleseason

records with nine saves and 26

apperances ... Nine saves ranked second in

the BIG EAST ... Led the team in total appearances

while tying for the team lead in relief

appearances with 23 ... Third on the team in

ERA (4.46) and fi fth on the team in innings

pitched (36.1) ... Struck out a season-high

six batters in his second start at Mount St.

Mary’s, allowing one hit over three innings ...

Recorded both wins by throwing scoreless

relief innings against St. Joseph’s and at Navy

... In his nine saves combined, he pitched 9.2

innings and allowed two runs and eight hits ...

Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star

2005 (freshman): Made 13 appearances ...

Struck out 18 batters and allowed just three

walks in 25.0 innings of work ... Posted a

1-0 record with a 4.68 ERA ... Picked up a

save by striking out three in four innings at

Coppin St. ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three letters

as a pitcher and outfi elder for Coach Daniel

Dougherty ... Earned two letters in basketball

... All-City baseball honoree in 2003

and 2004 ... Preseason Baseball Factory

All-America Honorable Mention (2004) ...

Ranked among Top 30 basketball players

in New York City in 2003 ... Member of the

Regis baseball team that fi nished fourth in

NYC as a senior ... Struck out 15 batters

in a game as a senior ... Had offers to play

Division I basketball ... Born: 4/26/1986

Kennedy’s Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2005 13/0 1-0 1 4.68 25.0 27 16 13 3 18 .273

2006 26/3 2-3 9 4.46 36.1 45 23 18 11 25 .315

Totals 39/3 3-3 10 4.56 61.1 72 39 31 14 43 .297


Matthew Maranges

Junior | INF | R/R | 6-0 | 185

Miami, Fla. | Belen Jesuit Prep

7

2006 (sophomore): Appeared in 47 games,

with 41 starts ... Compiled nine multi-hit

games including a contest against Notre

Dame in which he had a season-high three

runs batted in ... Went 1-for-3 and walked

twice against Mount St. Mary’s, while scoring

two runs and collecting a RBI ... Had his

fi rst collegiate double against Duquesne and

his fi rst collegiate stolen base at St. John’s

while going 2-for-4 ... Named a BIG EAST

Academic All-Star

2005 (freshman): Played in 13

games, starting twice ... Had three hits

and three RBI ... Ripped a two-run homer

vs. Coppin State

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three

varsity letters as an infi elder at Belen

Jesuit Prep for Coach Tony

Meilan ... Two-time All-Miami

Dade County (Second Team

in 2004, Third Team in 2003)

... Member of the District

Championship team in 2004

... Member of the Regional

Championship team and the

State Runner-Up team in

2003 ... Earned Magna Cum

Laude honors and a member

of the National Honor Society

... Member of the Big Brothers

Program ... Born: 6/26/1986

Maranges’ Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2005 13/2 .188 16 1 3 0 0 1 3 .375 .235 0-0

2006 47/41 .216 153 9 33 2 0 2 17 .268 .258 2-4

Totals 60/43 .213 169 10 36 2 0 3 20 .278 .256 2-4

Matthew Maranges

B A S E B A L L

Grady McConnell

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30

Junior | RHP | R/R | 6-3 | 210

Capistrano, Calif. | Capistrano Valley

2006 (sophomore): Appeared in 20 games,

with four starts ... Won his fi rst collegiate

game at George Washington, going 4.2 innings

in relief and striking out three batters

... Collected his second win of the season

by throwing two innings of scoreless ball in

relief against West Virginia ... Recorded his

fi rst collegiate save by throwing 1.2 innings

of scoreless relief against St. Joseph’s ...

Finished with 32 strikeouts, 13 looking,

to fi nish third on the team ... His 16 relief

appearances also ranked third on the team

while his 47.2 innings ranked him fourth

2005 (freshman): Made 11 relief appearances

with one start (MSM) ... Had a 0-

1 record in 21.2 innings ... Recorded

12 strikeouts ... Struck out three in

1.2 innings vs. St. John’s

Prior to Georgetown: Played at

Capistrano Valley for Coach

Bob Zamora, helping team

to a No. 9 ranking, thirdplace

fi nish in the CIF and

the South Coast League

Championship ...

Earned Coaches

Award as a junior

... Earned

superintendent’s

Scholar

Athlete Award

four times ... Born: 1/4/1986

McConnell’s Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2005 12/1 0-1 0 12.05 21.2 35 34 29 13 12 .365

2006 20/4 2-4 1 7.55 47.2 69 50 40 18 32 .342

Totals 32/5 2-5 1 8.91 69.1 104 84 69 31 44 .348

Sean Baumann

Sophomore | OF | R/R | 6-0 | 200

Tampa, Fla. | Freedom

15

2006 (freshman): Appeared in 11 games,

with three starts at DH ... Collected his fi rst

collegiate hit and drew a walk against West

Virginia going 1-for-4 with a run scored ...

In his fi rst start, he drew his fi rst collegiate

walk and later scored his fi rst run against

Duquesne ... Did not commit an error all year

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three letters

at Freedom HS as a catcher and OF ...

Earned one letter on the Armwood HS soccer

team as a defender ... Baseball awards:

Named 2004 and 2005 Team MVP, 2004

All-Conference Honorable Mention ... Named

2005 First Team All-Conference ... Member

of the 2005 Brandon Blaze AAU National

Champions ... Born: 3/18/1987

Baumann’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2006 11/3 .059 17 2 1 0 0 0 0 .059 .200 0-0

Rob Begin

Sophomore | OF | R/R | 6-1 | 175

Princeton, N.J. | Princeton

14

2006 (freshman): Appeared in 16 games,

making his lone start in left fi eld at Pittsburgh

... In that start, he collected his fi rst colle-


giate hit and scored a run ... Scored his fi rst

collegiate run after pinch-running and stealing

his fi rst collegiate base against Louisville ...

Got on base a season-high two times after

drawing consecutive walks at St. Mary’s ...

Did not commit an error all season ... named

a BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Prior to Georgetown: Earned four varsity

letters as an outfi elder for Coach John

Miranda ... Earned three letters on the indoor

track team as a sprinter ... Earned the

Princeton HS Team Hitting Award in 2004

and 2005 ... Named All-Area in 2005 on the

baseball diamond ... Named Baseball team

Co-MVP in 2005 ... named All-Colonial Valley

Conference Sprinter in 2005 ... Named AP

Scholar with honors ... Born: 11/08/1986

Begin’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2006 16/1 .077 13 2 1 0 0 0 0 .077 .250 1-1

Andy Ferich

29

Sophomore | LHP | L/L | 6-4 | 195

Collegeville, Pa. | Perkiomen Valley

2006 (freshman): Appeared in 13 games,

with four starts ... Tied for the team lead in

batters struck out looking with 14 ... In his

fi rst collegiate start, pitched a season-high

eight innings and struck out 11 batters for the

win against St. Joseph’s, tying the GU singlegame

record ... Made his collegiate debut at

William & Mary, recording two strikeouts in

one inning of work ... Threw three innings of

no-hit relief in next appearance at Davidson

Prior to Georgetown: Played with the All

Star Baseball Academy for two years ...

Born: 9/2/1987

Ferich’s Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2006 13/4 1-4 0 7.84 31.0 44 42 27 35 25 .341

B A S E B A L L

Andy Ferich

Kelly Muir

Sophomore | OF | R/R | 6-1 | 170

South Pasadena, Calif. | Loyola

1 8

10

2006 (freshman): Appeared in 18 games,

with fi ve starts ... Collected his fi rst collegiate

hit and runs batted in with a two-run single at

St. Mary’s ... Went 1-for-3 and collected his

fi rst collegiate double against Notre Dame

Prior to Georgetown: Earned two varsity

letters as an infi elder for Coach Chris Beck

... Earned two varsity letters in football as a

DB and WR ... Recorded the team’s highest

batting average in 2004 ... Batted .347 in 28

games despite playing the second half of his

senior season with a broken jaw ... Named

Team MVP in 2003 ... Helped team to a 22-5

record and the Mission League Championship

as a senior ... Born: 5/27/1987

Muir’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2006 18/5 .083 24 0 2 1 0 0 2 .125 .154 0-1

Greg Pustizzi

Sophomore | C | R/R | 6-1 | 205

Medford, N.J. | Bishop Eustace Prep

8

2006 (freshman): Appeared in seven games

... Collected his fi rst collegiate hit against

Duquesne and then delivered another hit in

his next game against Notre Dame ... Did

not commit an error all season ... Named a

BIG EAST Academic All-Star

Prior to Georgetown: Earned four letters

for Coach Sam Tropiano ... Named First

Team All-Conference as a junior and senior

... Was a Carpenter Cup Selection as a

senior ... Member of the New Jersey State

Champions in 2002 and 20004 ... Member

of the South Jersey Champions in 2002 and

2004 ... Born: 8/22/1986

Pustizzi’s Career Statistics

Year GP/GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG OBP SB-A

2006 7/0 .286 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 .286 .286 0-0

Jimmy Saris

35

Sophomore | RHP | R/R | 6-0 | 195

Great Falls, Va. | Langley/Duke University

2006 (freshman): Pitched at Duke University

... Ranked fourth on the team with six starts

and 40.0 innings pitched ... Struck out 31


atters vs. just ten walks ... Struck out

six and didn’t walk a man in six innings at

Maryland ... Fanned seven in seven innings

vs. Miami ... Recorded more strikeouts than

walks in every game he pitched

Prior to Georgetown: Played all four years,

and was a three-time letterwinner at Langley

High School and also played for the Virginia

Barnstormers ... Team captain as a senior,

leading langley to a fi rst-place fi nish in the

Liberty District and an appearance in the

Second Round of Regionals ... Second Team

All-State, and First Team Washington Post

All-Metro and All-Examiner Examiner Team ... Two-time

All-Region and All-Liberty District selection ...

Regional strikeout leader his senior year and

two-time district strikeout leader ... Human

Anatomy Student of the Year and received an

Honors Latin Award ... Born: 8/22/1987

Saris’ Career Statistics

YEAR G/GS W-L SV ERA IP H R ER BB SO BAA

2006* 10/6 0-4 0 6.30 40.0 44 31 28 10 31 .268

* at Duke University

Tim Adleman

Freshman | RHP | R/R | 6-5 | 195

Raleigh, N.C | Wakefi eld

36

Prior to Georgetown: Two-year letterwinner

at Wakefi eld High School ... A team

captain his senior year, earning All-State and

All-Conference honors ... Was Wakefi led’s

Pitcher of the Year as a senior ... Also

named an Academic All-Conference selection

for the second consecutive year and helped

lead his team to back-to-back Cap-7 conference

championships ... Received the Lamp

of Knowledge Award and earned one letter in

basketball making Academic All-Conference

and helping to lead his team to a conference

championship and 4A state championship ...

Born: 11/8/1987

B A S E B A L L

Jack Bender

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21

Freshman | RHP | R/R | 5-10 | 170

Cranford, N.J. | Cranford

Prior to Georgetown: Played all four

years, and was a three-year letterwinner,

at Cranford High School ... All-County and

All-Conference for the second consecutive

season, and All-Group Two New Jersey selection

his senior year while helping to lead

his team to back-to-back conference championships

... As a junior, helped lead his

team to a state sectional championship ...

Also earned three letters in basketball and

one in football and earned the Rochester

Institute of Technology Computing Medal ...

Born: 2/8/1988.

Dan Capeless

11

Freshman | 1B | L/L | 6-2 | 220

Centerville, Mass. | Boston College H.S.

Prior to Georgetown: Three-year letterwinner

at Boston College High School

and played for the South Shore Seadogs

and Team Cape Cod ... Ranked in the

Baseball America Top 300 as a high school

senior ... As team captain, helped lead his

team to a Massachusetts South Sectional

Championship and received the B.C. High

School Paul Hunter Outstanding Athlete

Award ... A two-time Puma Preseason All-

American and a member of the Triple Crown

Sports All-Northeast Team ... A National

Honor Society member and scholar athlete

all four years at B.C. High School, earning

four letters in football and two in track ...

Born: 9/4/1987

Billy Concannon

39

Freshman | RHP/1B | R/R | 6-4 | 225

Dallas, Texas | St. Mark’s School

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at St. Mark’s School of Texas and played

on the Dallas Mustangs club team ... Was

an All-SPC Conference selection along with

being named the St. Mark’s Baseball Team

MVP as a senior ... Helped lead his team

to the SPC Conference Championship as a

sophomore ... An honor roll student who also

lettered in basketball ... Born: 2/15/1988.

Derek DiGuglielmo

Freshman | INF | L/R | 5-11 | 161

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. | Dobbs Ferry

38

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at Dobbs Ferry High School ... As a senior,

named Section One Player of the Year,

and as a junior, named Player of the Year

for Section One Classic and the Enterprise

Player of the Year ... Four-time All-League,

three-time All-Section, two-time All-State and


First Team All-Journal Journal News Team ... Helped

lead team to overall 99-16 record during his

four years ... Was the Italian club president

and also earned three letters in basketball

... Born: 3/8/1988

Tom Elliott

Freshman | INF | R/R | 5-10 | 160

Blue Bell, Pa. | St. Joesph’s Prep

17

Prior to Georgetown: Three-year letterwinner

at Saint Joseph’s Prep and also played

for Paul’s Auto American Legion ... First

Team All-Catholic League, Southeastern

Pennsylvania and All-City as a senior ...

Led the team in batting as a junior and

senior (.475) and helped lead the team

to a Philadelphia Catholic League second

place fi nish last season ... Was named the

2006 American Legion East-West MVP ...

A National Honor Society member and was

also a three-year letterwinner in football

while being named Academic All-State twice

and being a part of three PCL Catholic

League Championships ... Born: 5/18/1988

Chip Malt

Freshman | INF/C | R/R | 5-9 | 170

Boston, Mass. | BB&N

1

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at Buckingham Browne and Nichols

B A S E B A L L

School ... Two-time All-Independent School

League First Team selection ... During the

summer, his clubs teams won the Club

Intercity League Championships (Cassel)

and Middlesex League Championship

(Cambridge Hitmen) ... Honor Roll student

who also earned four letters in football and

as a junior was named to the All-Independent

School League First Team, leading the

league in touchdown catches as the squad

attained their best record in school history

... Born: 10/5/1987

Alex Meyer

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9

Freshman | LHP | L/L | 6-3 | 175

Pompton Plains, N.J. | Don Bosco Prep

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at Don Bosco Prep and played for

the New Jersey Twins ... As a senior, was

named First Team All-League, All-County,

and All-North Jersey, Second Team All-

State and the North Jersey Pitcher of the

Year ... Helped lead his team to a second

consecutive league championship and then

won three out of four games in the county

tournament to win the county championship

... Set the team record for wins in a

season (12) ... Second Team All-League as a

freshman ... Member of the National Junior

Honor Society and a two-year letterwinner

for hockey ... Born: 11/22/1987

Cary Piligian

Freshman | RHP | R/R | 6-1 | 195

Troy, Mich. | Detroit Jesuit

20

Prior to Georgetown: Four-year letterwinner

at University of Detroit Jesuit High

School and played for the NFWB Cobras

... Four-time All-District and two time

All-Catholic League selection, along with

All-State recipient ... Team captain his junior

and senior years ... Graduated with First

Honors and also a two-year letterwinner for

football ... Born: 7/24/1987

Joe Silvestri

4

Freshman | INF | S/R | 5-10 | 175

Floral Park, N.Y. | Archbishop Molloy

Prior to Georgetown: A three-year letterwinner

for Coach Jack Curran ... Named

Newsday All-City as a shortstop in 2004 and

2005 ... Named Queens Courier All-Queens

in 2004 and 2005 ... Named FABL Silver

Slugger in 2004 ... In 2004 batted .538

with a homer and 12 RBI in Hawaiian Tropic

Tournament in Myrtle Beach ... In 2005, hit

.533 a homer and 14 RBI in Hawaiian Tropic

Tournament in Myrtle Beach ... In 2004

batted .640 with three round-trippers and

22 RBI in FABL Playoffs ... Part of the Gold

Medal winning team at the Empire Games


2006 RESULTS

B A S E B A L L

RECORD: 24-32 HOME: 15-11 AWAY: 9-21 BIG EAST: 10-17

Georgetown Opponent Overall BIG EAST

Date Opponent W Score L R H E R H E Inn Record Record Pitcher of Record Att Time

Feb. 11, 2006 at William & Mary 10-22 L 10 10 2 22 15 2 9 0-1-0 0-0-0 GAGGIOLI (L, 0-1) 174 4:23

Feb. 19, 2006 at Davidson 5-10 L 5 10 1 10 12 1 9 0-2-0 0-0-0 GAGGIOLI (L, 0-2) - 2:43

Feb. 19, 2006 at Davidson W 7-4 7 11 1 4 5 1 7 1-2-0 0-0-0 BURNS (W, 1-0) 176 2:01

Feb. 20, 2006 at Davidson 2-5 L 2 2 1 5 9 2 9 1-3-0 0-0-0 McCONNELL (L, 0-1) 124 2:15

Feb. 25, 2006 Saint Joseph’s W 4-3 4 7 0 3 8 1 (9) 2-3-0 0-0-0 KENNEDY (W, 1-0) - 2:25

Feb. 25, 2006 Saint Joseph’s W 6-4 6 9 2 4 6 2 7 3-3-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 1-0) 152 1:50

Feb. 26, 2006 Saint Joseph’s W 3-2 3 8 1 2 5 2 9 4-3-0 0-0-0 FERICH (W, 1-0) 127 2:18

Feb. 28, 2006 at George Mason W 12-7 12 15 0 7 8 2 9 5-3-0 0-0-0 BURNS (W, 2-0) 55 2:35

March 2, 2006 Navy W 8-5 8 9 3 5 10 2 9 6-3-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 2-0) 44 2:57

March 4, 2006 at Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 0-2 L 0 1 0 2 6 1 9 6-4-0 0-0-0 GAGGIOLI (L, 0-3) 132 2:00

March 4, 2006 at Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 1-9 L 1 5 2 9 8 0 9 6-5-0 0-0-0 McCONNELL (L, 0-2) 155 3:30

March 5, 2006 at Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 2-15 L 2 10 6 15 17 0 9 6-6-0 0-0-0 FERICH (L, 1-1) 102 3:00

March 7, 2006 at California 2-13 L 2 5 3 13 15 1 9 6-7-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, D (L, 0-1) 203 2:20

March 8, 2006 at San Jose State 4-5 L 4 10 0 5 7 0 9 6-8-0 0-0-0 BURNS (L, 2-1) 319 2:36

March 10, 2006 at San Francisco 3-8 L 3 8 1 8 9 2 9 6-9-0 0-0-0 GAGGIOLI (L, 0-4) 119 2:31

March 11, 2006 at San Francisco 0-5 L 0 2 1 5 8 1 9 6-10-0 0-0-0 FERICH (L, 1-2) 211 2:22

March 12, 2006 at San Francisco 0-4 L 0 1 3 4 6 0 5 6-11-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 0-1) 103 2:15

March 15, 2006 at Coppin State W 9-3 9 14 2 3 5 2 9 7-11-0 0-0-0 BURNS (W, 3-1) 64 2:45

March 18, 2006 Duquesne W 7-6 7 8 2 6 12 2 7 8-11-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, W (W, 1-1) 77 2:26

March 18, 2006 Duquesne W 7-6 7 9 3 6 6 2 9 9-11-0 0-0-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 3-1) 112 2:50

March 19, 2006 Duquesne 4-18 L 4 10 1 18 25 2 9 9-12-0 0-0-0 McCONNELL (L, 0-3) 37 3:16

March 22, 2006 at Navy W 11-7 11 15 3 7 14 2 9 10-12-0 0-0-0 KENNEDY (W, 2-0) 22 3:33

*March 25, 2006 Notre Dame W 8-3 8 15 0 3 4 1 9 11-12-0 1-0-0 SIZEMORE, W (W, 2-1) 239 2:21

*March 25, 2006 Notre Dame 2-12 L 2 7 4 12 15 0 9 11-13-0 1-1-0 SIZEMORE, D (L, 3-2) 217 2:27

*March 26, 2006 Notre Dame 3-6 L 3 6 1 6 9 2 9 11-14-0 1-2-0 BURNS (L, 3-2) 131 2:48

March 28, 2006 at Mount St. Mary’s W 11-2 11 12 0 2 4 3 9 12-14-0 1-2-0 DUTMERS (W, 1-0) 87 2:40

*March 31, 2006 at St. John’s 3-10 L 3 10 4 10 14 0 9 12-15-0 1-3-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 2-2) 155 2:31

*April 1, 2006 at St. John’s 9-15 L 9 11 1 15 13 1 9 12-16-0 1-4-0 FERICH (L, 1-3) 209 3:59

*April 2, 2006 at St. John’s 3-9 L 3 7 4 9 13 0 9 12-17-0 1-5-0 KENNEDY (L, 2-1) 263 2:49

April 5, 2006 UMBC W 2-1 2 7 3 1 8 1 9 13-17-0 1-5-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 4-2) 115 1:59

*April 7, 2006 Louisville W 7-4 7 11 1 4 10 0 9 14-17-0 2-5-0 SIZEMORE, W (W, 3-2) 136 2:26

*April 8, 2006 Louisville 0-14 L 0 2 2 14 16 1 9 14-18-0 2-6-0 FERICH (L, 1-4) 77 3:01

*April 9, 2006 Louisville 1-6 L 1 1 3 6 11 4 9 14-19-0 2-7-0 GAGGIOLI (L, 0-5) 117 3:01

*April 13, 2006 Seton Hall W 7-4 7 7 2 4 4 4 9 15-19-0 3-7-0 DUTMERS (W, 1-1) 106 2:27

*April 13, 2006 Seton Hall W 3-2 3 5 0 2 8 2 9 16-19-0 4-7-0 BURNS (W, 4-2) 106 2:07

*April 15, 2006 Seton Hall W 6-4 6 9 1 4 4 2 9 17-19-0 5-7-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 5-2) 250 2:37

April 18, 2006 Mount St. Mary’s 4-12 L 4 9 4 12 14 3 9 17-20-0 5-7-0 McCONNELL (L, 0-4) 111 2:45

April 19, 2006 George Washington 3-8 L 3 7 1 8 11 1 9 17-21-0 5-7-0 MCKEAN (L, 0-1) 150 3:08

*April 21, 2006 at Cincinnati 3-13 L 3 6 3 13 13 0 9 17-22-0 5-8-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 3-3) 248 2:27

*April 22, 2006 at Cincinnati 2-18 L 2 5 2 18 13 0 9 17-23-0 5-9-0 BURNS (L, 4-3) 562 2:30

*April 23, 2006 at Cincinnati 5-9 L 5 11 3 9 11 0 9 17-24-0 5-10-0 DUTMERS (L, 2-1) 457 2:45

April 25, 2006 Coppin State W 8-6 8 9 2 6 8 3 9 18-24-0 5-10-0 JOHNSON (W, 1-0) 43 2:55

April 26, 2006 at George Washington W 10-6 10 11 3 6 11 2 9 19-24-0 5-10-0 McCONNELL (W, 1-4) 201 3:16

*April 28, 2006 at USF 3-14 L 3 6 1 14 15 0 9 19-25-0 5-11-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 3-4) 614 2:34

*April 29, 2006 at USF W 4-3 4 10 2 3 10 1 9 20-25-0 6-11-0 BURNS (W, 5-3) 215 2:45

*April 30, 2006 at USF W 2-0 2 8 1 0 3 1 9 21-25-0 7-11-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 6-2) 181 2:03

May 2, 2006 at UMBC 7-8 L 7 11 1 8 12 2 9 21-26-0 7-11-0 KENNEDY (L, 2-2) 107 2:55

*May 6, 2006 West Virginia W 5-4 5 7 1 4 11 1 9 22-26-0 8-11-0 SIZEMORE, W (W, 4-4) 176 2:19

*May 6, 2006 West Virginia W 7-6 7 9 1 6 9 1 9 23-26-0 9-11-0 McCONNELL (W, 2-4) 163 2:09

*May 7, 2006 West Virginia 8-10 L 8 9 2 10 14 2 9 23-27-0 9-12-0 HOY (L, 0-1) 182 3:06

*May 12, 2006 Rutgers 5-9 L 5 7 3 9 13 0 9 23-28-0 9-13-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 4-5) 143 2:53

*May 13, 2006 Rutgers 7-12 L 7 12 5 12 13 1 9 23-29-0 9-14-0 BURNS (L, 5-4) 252 2:45

*May 14, 2006 Rutgers 1-13 L 1 3 3 13 17 0 9 23-30-0 9-15-0 SIZEMORE, D (L, 6-3) 115 2:25

*May 18, 2006 at Pittsburgh 0-14 L 0 2 1 14 18 2 9 23-31-0 9-16-0 SIZEMORE, W (L, 4-6) 149 2:20

*May 19, 2006 at Pittsburgh 2-3 L 2 3 1 3 9 1 (10) 23-32-0 9-17-0 KENNEDY (L, 2-3) 110 3:04

*May 20, 2006 at Pittsburgh W 8-7 8 7 3 7 8 0 9 24-32-0 10-17-0 SIZEMORE, D (W, 7-3) 253 2:14

* BIG EAST Conference game

() extra inning game

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2006 REVIEW

The Georgetown baseball team had quite

a bittersweet 2006 season. The Hoyas won

10 BIG EAST games, the most league wins

since 1986. Georgetown won three BIG

EAST series and earned a three-game sweep

over Seton Hall during Easter weekend, their

fi rst series sweep since 2001. The Hoyas

(24-32, 10-17 BE) had their playoff destiny

in their hands over the fi nal two weekends,

but fate would not be on their side, and

GU missed its fi rst BIG EAST Tournament

appearance since 1986 by one game.

Ryan Craft

The strange twists of fate continued

all season. Georgetown ranked last in the

league with a .244 team batting average

and 11th on the circuit with a team ERA

of 6.18 but the Hoyas found ways to win

games, recording a 10-3 record in one-run

games. GU also played well at the friendly

confi nes of Shirley Povich Field winning 15

times on their home turf, including an 8-3

mark in non-league home games.

Sophomore reliever Daniel Kennedy set

a new school single-season record with

nine saves and freshman starter Darren

Sizemore struck out a team-best 59 batters

in more than 86 innings with opponents batting

just .268 off the rookie.

Junior catcher Brandon Davis drove in

a team-high 40 RBI, 28 more than his fi rst

two seasons combined. Sophomore infi elder

Matthew Bouchard batted .333 over the

season’s fi nal 18 games with nine extra

base hits and his fi rst two career homers.

B A S E B A L L

Junior outfi elder Mark McLaughlin led the

team in hitting over the fi rst half of the season

before struggling later in the year. The

lefty hitter fi nished strong and hit two home

runs including a grand slam in the season

ending win over Pittsburgh.

The baseball program held its second

annual First Pitch Dinner in early February

with veteran print and broadcast journalist,

Mike Barnicle, emceeing the evening’s

events. Third-year Oakland Athletics

Assistant General Manager David Forst

gave one keynote address. Tim Russert, the

Managing Editor and Moderator of Meet the

Press and political analyst for NBC Nightly

News gave a fulfi lling keynote address

using baseball examples on the importance

of respect, discipline, teamwork and

accountability. Former Georgetown baseball

standout and current Hoya Hall of Famer

Steve Iannini (`85) spoke about giving back

and the exciting enthusiasm surrounding the

Georgetown baseball program.

Georgetown carried that enthusiasm into

the early part of the season, getting out of

the gate with a a 6-3 record. After a tough

outing in some tough weather at William &

Mary, the Hoyas won six of their next

eight, including a stretch of fi ve

straight.

In the series fi nale, a 3-2 win

over St. Joseph’s, freshman

lefty Andy Ferich tossed eightplus

innings and struck out

11 batters.

In a 12-7 win over local

rival George Mason, senior

fi rst baseman Ryan Craft

hit two home runs and

drove in seven runs.

Senior Timmy Jones

scored four runs for the

Hoyas, one shy of the alltime

single-game record

in an 8-5 win over Navy.

Georgetown struggled

mightily during their trip

to northern California,

dropping all eight of their

games but as soon as GU

returned home, the Hoyas

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won fi ve of six. Senior Warren Sizemore was

fantastic in an 8-3 BIG EAST opening win

over visiting Notre Dame. The righty tossed

a season-high eight innings against the Irish,

allowing just four hits and three earned runs

while retiring the fi nal six batters he faced.

Kennedy, junior lefty Mark Dutmers and

senior righty Kevin Lundquist struck out ten

batters and the trio did not walk a batter to

lead Georgetown to an 11-2 win at Mount

St. Mary’s.

Warren Sizemore once again scattered

seven hits over 7.1 innings allowing just two

earned runs while striking out fi ve to pace

the Georgetown to another series-opening

win over BIG EAST foe Louisville, 7-4.

The Hoyas received fantastic pitching

and some timely hits in the three-game

sweep over Seton Hall. In the opener, the

Hoyas trailed 4-0 in the ninth, but loaded

the bases with one out to start the rally

and Craft hit a three-run, walk-off homer to

deep left fi eld for the game-winner. Warren

Sizemore tossed eight innings and

struck out eight in the series

opener and didn’t walk a batter

and at one point retired 17

straight batters to be named

BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week.

Following the Seton Hall series,

Georgetown lost fi ve straight

including three-straight at

Cincinnati but rebounded

quickly and won games over

local foes Coppin St. and

George Washington.

GU then won two

of three at USF

and over visiting

West Virginia to

get back into the

playoff picture.

Darren Sizemore

tossed his fi rst career

complete game allowing

just three to give the Hoyas the

rubber game at USF in a 2-0 win.

Sizemore needed just 98 pitches

to improve to 6-2 on the season

Drew Dargen


and was named BIG EAST-Co-Pitcher of the

Week. Bouchard batted a team-best .474

with three doubles and team-best six RBI.

He scored four of the team’s nine runs in the

weekend series at USF and earned a spot

on the BIG EAST Honor Roll.

Georgetown won two more one-run

games to start the beginning of the West

Virginia series. The Hoyas received great

pitching and some timely hitting in the sweep

scoring two runs in the bottom of the eighth

inning in game one to win, 5-4. In game

2006 STATISTICS

BATTING

B A S E B A L L

No. Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%

22 McLAUGHLIN, Mark .281 55-55 196 43 55 15 1 4 24 84 .429 35 7 41 2 .406 1 3 23-29 97 5 7 .936

13 deGRIJS, Derek .280 51-42 143 19 40 4 1 0 14 46 .322 12 10 33 3 .373 1 5 10-16 92 3 3 .969

4 DARGEN, Drew .276 55-55 199 27 55 12 1 4 33 81 .407 18 5 49 6 .344 5 2 4-5 62 55 16 .880

7 JONES, Timmy .270 53-53 185 41 50 7 1 2 20 65 .351 34 5 46 0 .392 3 1 8-14 122 30 1 .000

3 BOUCHARD, Matthew .268 56-55 205 42 55 12 2 2 26 77 .376 26 3 42 3 .357 1 3 13-17 84 151 13 .948

17 CRAFT, Ryan .255 55-55 192 37 49 18 0 5 33 82 .427 28 9 43 2 .372 2 0 3-3 467 23 11 .978

12 DAVIS, Brandon .253 52-51 182 16 46 12 0 4 40 70 .385 16 1 34 3 .313 2 1 1-1 266 68 5 .985

11 MARANGES, Matthew .216 47-41 153 9 33 2 0 2 17 41 .268 8 1 42 4 .258 1 3 2-4 65 86 13 .921

8 PUSTIZZI, Greg .286 7-0 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .286 0 0 1 0 .286 0 0 0-0 20 0 1 .000

24 HARRIGAN, Matt .204 41-34 113 13 23 4 0 1 11 30 .265 15 1 27 0 .300 1 1 2-3 230 0 1 .000

21 JOHNSON, Matthew .185 44-43 130 10 24 5 0 0 14 29 .223 13 1 28 2 .259 3 3 2-2 62 111 16 .915

6 BARNICLE, Nick .143 15-5 21 1 3 1 0 0 2 4 .190 1 1 5 0 .217 0 1 0-0 37 8 1 .978

25 MUIR, Kelly .083 18-5 24 0 2 1 0 0 2 3 .125 0 2 8 2 .154 0 0 0-1 8 6 6 .700

2 GRAZIANO, Joe .080 11-6 25 4 2 0 0 0 1 2 .080 6 0 9 2 .250 1 0 1-1 7 19 4 .867

14 BEGIN, Rob .077 16-1 13 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .077 2 1 7 0 .250 0 0 1-1 9 10 1 .000

15 BAUMANN, Sean .059 11-3 17 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .059 2 1 7 0 .200 0 0 0-0 20 0 1 .000

Totals .244 56-56 1805 266 441 93 6 24 237 618 .342 216 48 422 29 .337 21 23 70-97 1425 610 107 .950

Opponents .305 56-56 1908 430 582 114 11 45 367 853 .447 262 66 316 22 .401 32 47 83-122 1444 541 72 .965

LOB – Team (403), Opp (460). DPs Turned – Team (32), Opp (46). IBB – Team (4), McLAUGHLIN 1, CRAFT 1, DAVIS 1, DARGEN 1.

Picked Off – McLAUGHLIN 3, MARANGES 2, HARRIGAN 1, JONES 1, CRAFT 1, BOUCHARD 1.

PITCHING

two, relievers Grady McConnell and Daniel

Kennedy combined to allow just one hit in

three innings as GU took the nightcap, 7-6.

The Hoyas dropped their next six league

games but took the series fi nale, 8-7 at

Pittsburgh on the fi nal game of the season.

GU plated fi ve runs in the fi fth to rally from

a 7-2 defi cit and won it in the eighth on

Bouchard’s second career homer.

Stephen Burns recorded fi ve wins on the

mound in 11 starts while Warren Sizemore

collected four wins. Dutmers yielded just

No. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA

21 JOHNSON, Matthew 1.00 1-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 9.0 4 3 1 7 13 0 0 0 27 .148 2 0 0 1 2

5 DUTMERS, Mark 4.08 2-1 25 2 0 0/0 0 35.1 31 27 16 29 29 7 2 0 136 .228 9 3 1 4 3

26 KENNEDY, Daniel 4.46 2-3 26 3 0 0/0 9 36.1 45 23 18 11 25 9 0 2 143 .315 1 5 1 2 6

4 DARGEN, Drew 4.50 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 4.0 4 2 2 5 3 1 0 0 15 .267 1 1 0 0 0

38 BURNS, Stephen 5.52 5-4 13 11 0 0/0 0 62.0 71 49 38 45 31 15 1 6 237 .300 12 0 0 5 6

33 SIZEMORE, Darren 5.63 7-3 18 13 2 1/0 2 86.1 94 69 54 38 59 18 1 9 351 .268 12 8 3 3 8

20 SIZEMORE, Warren 6.04 4-6 13 11 0 0/0 0 70.0 97 70 47 16 36 20 1 7 292 .332 3 8 0 5 7

28 HOY, Mike 6.38 0-1 15 0 0 0/0 0 24.0 26 18 17 24 17 1 2 3 92 .283 4 4 2 1 1

27 MCKEAN, Ben 6.46 0-1 8 1 0 0/0 0 15.1 21 14 11 4 8 4 0 1 62 .339 2 7 0 0 3

31 GAGGIOLI, Michael 7.16 0-5 7 7 1 0/0 0 32.2 42 31 26 12 24 6 1 6 129 .326 3 6 0 3 3

30 McCONNELL, Grady 7.55 2-4 20 4 0 0/0 1 47.2 69 50 40 18 32 18 2 6 202 .342 8 15 0 4 2

29 FERICH, Andy 7.84 1-4 13 4 0 0/0 0 31.0 44 42 27 35 25 6 1 2 129 .341 6 3 4 3 4

35 LUNDQUIST, Kevin 11.70 0-0 11 0 0 0/0 0 20.0 33 28 26 13 13 8 0 3 89 .371 6 4 0 1 2

37 BERNOSKIE, Scooter 20.25 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 1.1 1 4 3 5 1 1 0 0 4 .250 1 2 0 0 0

Totals 6.18 24-32 56 56 3 1/0 12 475.0 582 430 326 262 316 114 11 45 1908 .305 70 66 11 32 47

Opponents 3.87 32-24 56 56 6 5/2 5 481.1 441 266 207 216 422 93 6 24 1805 .244 32 48 15 21 23

PB – Team (25), DAVIS 22, BARNICLE 3, Opp (12). Pickoffs – Team (6), DAVIS 3, KENNEDY 1, GAGGIOLI 1, SIZEMORE, W 1, Opp (9).

SBA/ATT – DAVIS (69-98), SIZEMORE, D (18-24), BURNS (10-18), BARNICLE (13-17), MCCONNELL (12-16), KENNEDY (8-12), SIZEMORE, W (8-12), FERICH (10-11), DUTMERS (8-10),

GAGGIOLI (4-7), LUNDQUIST (3-4), HOY (0-3), MCKEAN (1-2), JOHNSON (1-2), DARGEN (0-1).

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a .228 opponents batting average in 35.1

innings of work.

Offensively, McLaughlin paved the way

with a .281 batting average and stole 23

bases in 29 attempts. Derek deGrijs was

second on the team in hitting and came on

late in the year. Drew Dargen and Jones

combined for more then 50 hits.

Dargen tied for second on the team with

33 RBI and moved from the outfi eld and

designated hitter to play third base over the

fi nal few weeks.


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

BATTING

Most Games Played

Season: 56, Kevin DeSanto (1998)

56, Sean Mignogna (1997)

56, Tom Farley (1997)

56, Billy Quinn (2002)

56, Ron Cano (2002)

Career: 211, Josh Corman (1997-2000)

At Bats

Game: 8, Matt Bok, March 17, 1999 at Delaware St.

Season: 221, Ron Cano (2002)

Career: 738, Ron Cano (2001-04)

Runs Scored

Game: 5, Ryan Craft, March 20, 2005

vs. Saint Peter’s

5, Andrew Mariniello, March 17, 1999

at Delaware State

5, Rick Fiscina, April 9, 1991

vs. Coppin State

Season: 59, Steve Iannini (1983)

Career: 209, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Base Hits

Game: 5, Rick Fiscina, April 9, 1991 vs. Coppin St.

5, Parker Brooks, April 20, 2004

vs. Coppin State

5, Billy Quinn, April 20, 2004 vs. Coppin St.

5, Michael Lombardi, May 17, 2004

vs. Villanova

5, Billy Quinn, March 26, 2005

at West Virginia

5, Mark McLaughlin, March 30, 2005

at George Mason

Season: 86, Kurt Kaull (1983)

Career: 311, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

B A S E B A L L

Runs Batted In

Game: 8, Ron Cano, February 17, 2002 vs. Wofford

Season: 70, Steve Iannini (1985)

Career: 188, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Doubles

Game: 4, Michael Lombardi, Feb. 8, 2003

vs. William & Mary

Season: 28, Joe Niciforo (1982)

Career: 60, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Triples

Game: 2, Billy Quinn, March 19, 2002 vs. Coppin St.

2, Roger Harrington, April 26, 1994

vs. Coppin State

2, Roger Harrington, April 26, 1995

vs. Coppin State

Season: 9, Sean Mignogna (1998)

Career: 18, Sean Mignogna (1996-99)

Home Runs

Game: 3, Noah Gordon, March 10, 1994

vs. Boston University

Season: 15, Glen Bruckner (1987)

Career: 35, Glen Bruckner (1984-87)

Total Bases

Season: 139, Kurt Kaull (1983)

Career: 471, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Stolen Bases

Game: 4, Roger Harrington, March 10, 1995

vs. C.W. Post

Season: 50 (of 54), Joe Gervais (1985)

Career: 179 (of 195), Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Batting Average

Season: .512, Harry Bassin (1937)

.470, Steve Iannini (1984) (modern record)

Career: .447, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Walks Received

Game: 6, Eric Sutton, March 17, 1999

at Delaware State

Season: 49, Tom Farley (1997)

Career: 121, Tom Farley

Hit by Pitched Balls

Season: 11, Danny Gronski (2004)

11, Andrew Cleary (2004)

Career: 26, Steve Iannini (1982-85)

Putouts

Game: 17, Al D’Onfrio, March 25, 1991

vs. Towson State

17, Eric Santana March 13, 2001

vs. Cleveland State

Season: 467, Tom Farley (1997)

Career: 1,488, Tom Farley (1994-97)

Michael Lombardi

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Eddie Pena

PITCHING

Games Appeared

Season: 26, Daniel Kennedy (2006)

Career: 81, Tony Pina (1999-2002)

Complete Games

Season: 10, Tommy Bass (1983)

Career: 24, Tommy Bass (1980-83)

Victories

Season: 9, Mike Petrosky (1937), Tommy Bass (1983)

Career: 23, Tommy Bass (1980-83)

Won-Loss Percentage

Season: .833 (5-1), Sal Vitiello (1983)

Career: .621 (23-14), Tommy Bass (1980-83)

Innings Pitched

Season: 102.6, Tommy Bass (1983)

Career: 298.3, Tommy Bass (1980-83)

Strikeouts

Game: 11, Brian O’Hare, April 29, 1995

vs. George Mason

11, Kevin Doody, March 25, 1995

vs. Connecticut

11, Andy Ferich, Feb. 26, 2006

vs. Saint Joseph’s

Season: 75, Eddie Pena (2005)

Career: 213, Eddie Pena (2002-05)

Saves

Season: 9, Dan Kennedy (2006)

Career: 13, Tom Braun (2001-05)

ERA (min 45 IP)

Season: 1.65, Tom Sullivan (1965)

Career: 3.91, Paul Flanagan (1994-95)

4.21, Mickey McCully (1983-86)

Note: Season/Career Statistics (1980-2005),

Game Statistics (1991-2005)


TEAM RECORDS

TEAM BATTING

Games Played

Season: 56 (4 times)

Games Won

Season: 31 in 1984

At Bats

Game: 52, March 24, 2005 at Notre Dame

52, March 17, 1999 at Delaware State

Season: 1,969 in 1983

Runs Scored

Season: 419 in 1985

Game: 32, March 17, 1999 at Delaware State

Base Hits

Game: 25, March 17, 1999 at Delaware State

Season: 551 in 2005

Batting Average

Season: .335 (538-1,608) in 1985

B A S E B A L L

Runs Batted In

Season: 381 in 1985

Doubles

Game: 7, March 17,1999 at Delaware State

7, April 20, 2004 vs. Coppin State

Season: 113 in 2002

Triples

Game: 4, February 21, 1999 vs. Catholic

4, April 26, 1994 vs. Coppin State

Season: 24 in 1982

Home Runs

Game: 4, April 20, 2005 vs. Coppin State (W, 9-8)

4, April 30, 2003 vs. George Mason (W, 17-14)

4, April 15, 2003 vs. Coppin State (W, 19-6)

4, March 17, 1999 at Delaware State

4, April 9, 1991 vs. Coppin State

4, March 24, 1991 vs. Boston College

Season: 46 in 1986

AWARDS & HONORS

BIG EAST AWARDS

BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year

1996 Brian O’Hare

First Team All-BIG EAST

2005 Ryan Craft

2004 Michael Lombardi

1996 Brian O’Hare

1994 Roger Harrington

1990 John Belicka

1987 Glen Bruckner

1986 Scott Elliott

1985 Mike Moss

Steve Iannini

Second Team All-BIG EAST

2005 Billy Quinn

2004 Billy Quinn

2003 Andrew Cleary

2000 Jim Vankoski

1996 Roger Harrington

Third Team All-BIG EAST

2005 Tom Braun

2004 Ron Cano

2003 Michael Lombardi

2002 Bill Quinn

2001 Marc Carlini

NATIONAL AWARDS

Baseball America All-Americans

1985 Steve Iannini

1984 Steve Iannini

Academic All-Americans

1982 Joe Niciforo

2005 Ryan Craft

Michael Mahoney 1889

G. Harris White 1902

Arthur Devlin 1903

James F. Hart 1905

William G. Martin ’07

Thomas A. Cantwell ’08

Howard G.E. Smith ’08

John F. Connelly ’14

John T. McCarthy ’16

Arthur G. Reynolds ’23

Del Bissonette ’24

Paul Florence ’24

Samuel Hyman ’24

Clayton M. Sheedy ’24

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Stolen Bases

Game: 9, April 3, 1998 vs. Connecticut

Season: 232 (of 236) in 1985

Walks Received

Game: 16, March 17, 1999 at Delaware State

Season: 307 in 1984

Total Bases

Season: 784 in 2005

TEAM PITCHING

Lowest ERA

Season: 4.19 in 1981

Fewest Bases on Balls

Season: 206 in 2005

Strikeouts

Game: 17, March 8, 2002 vs. Bethany College

Season: 370 in 2005

GEORGETOWN AWARDS

Robert A Duffey Award

A Georgetown University student-athlete

who best embodies academic and athletic

excellence is selected each year to receive

the Duffey award.

1974 John Lacci

GEORGETOWN HALL OF FAME

William C. Kenyon ’27

Don Brennan ’28

Clyde Sukeforth ’28

Ralph L. Duplin ’29

Walter M. Morris ’31

Russell A. White ’31

Harry Bassin ’38

John O. Cavadine ’38

Michael D. Petrosky ’38

James V. Castiglia ’41

Aloysius F. Naples ’50

Thomas M. Hardiman ’51

Kurtis Kaull ’83

Steve Iannini ’85

Steve Iannini ’85


B A S E B A L L

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

fi elded team in 130 of 140 seasons

Year W L T

1866 1 0 0

1867 no team

1868 no team

1869 no team

1870 2 0 0

1871 no team

1872 no team

1873 no team

1874 0 1 0

1875 3 3 0

1876 no team

1877 3 2 0

1878 7 5 0

1879 3 3 0

1880 5 1 0

1881 3 1 0

1882 7 2 0

1883 3 0 0

1884 1 0 0

1885 9 5 0

1886 7 2 0

1887 6 2 0

1888 4 3 0

1889 3 0 0

1890 3 4 0

1891 13 3 0

1892 2 7 0

1893 8 7 0

1894 12 6 0

1895 12 3 0

Year W L T

1896 15 3 0

1897 8 6 0

1898 14 8 0

1899 20 4 0

1900 19 2 0

1901 no team

1902 20 5 0

1903 13 11 0

1904 13 8 0

1905 20 5 0

1906 9 11 0

1907 12 9 0

1908 17 7 0

1909 15 11 0

1910 10 14 0

1911 14 9 0

1912 13 9 0

1913 10 10 0

1914 15 9 0

1915 12 11 0

1916 11 12 0

1917 2 1 0

1918 1 3 0

1919 14 3 0

1920 20 4 0

1921 16 5 0

1922 25 1 0

1923 15 3 0

1924 9 7 0

1925 15 4 0

ALL-TIME GEORGETOWN

BASEBALL HEAD COACHES

Year Head Coach Record

1897 G. Mahoney 8-6

1898 P. Bach 14-8

1899 P. King 20-4

1902 Suter 20-5

1903 J. Bradley 13-11

1904-05 C.V. Morgan 32-13

1906-07 J.E. Morgan 21-20

1908-10 E. Grillo 42-32

1911-12 Springman 27-18

1913 Harley 10-10

1914 D. Coogan 15-9

1915-26 J.D. O’Reily 152-63

1927 Egan 13-8

Year W L T

1926 12 9 0

1927 13 8 0

1928 16 9 0

1929 8 8 0

1930 22 6 0

1931 12 5 0

1932 6 7 0

1933 2 8 0

1934 3 5 0

1935 1 5 0

1936 13 4 0

1937 10 0 0

1938 12 4 0

1939 7 3 0

1940 9 2 0

1941 9 4 0

1942 8 2 0

1943 2 4 0

1944 no team

1945 no team

1946 9 5 0

1947 17 5 0

1948 16 9 0

1949 10 12 0

1950 13 7 0

1951 15 4 0

1952 7 8 0

1953 8 8 0

1954 5 8 0

1955 6 11 0

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Year W L T

1956 3 13 0

1957 6 11 0

1958 3 12 0

1959 1 13 0

1960 3 11 0

1961 1 8 0

1962 4 10 0

1963 8 9 0

1964 9 8 0

1965 4 12 0

1966 5 7 0

1967 4 10 0

1968 6 9 0

1969 4 10 0

1970 7 10 0

1971 10 7 0

1972 7 9 0

1973 8 4 0

1974 7 11 0

1975 7 7 0

1976 3 13 0

1977 2 12 0

1978 5 13 0

1979 8 23 0

1980 4 14 0

1981 20 18 0

1982 21 19 0

1983 28 21 0

1984 31 17 0

Year Head Coach Record

1928 Kopf 16-9

1929 Red Smith 8-8

1932-33 Sheedy 8-15

1934-36 R. McCarthy 17-14

1937-42 Joe Judge 57-15

1943 Schwegal 2-4

1946 Murtagh 9-5

1947-58 Joe Judge 109-108

1959-78 Tom Nolan 105-193

1979-85 Ken Kelly 139-137

1986-93 Larry Geracioti 110-224-1

1994-99 Kirk Mason 101-204-1

2000-present Pete Wilk 127-255

Pete Wilk

BIG EAST

Year W L T W L T

1985* 27 25 0 8 10 0

1986* 23 22 0 12 6 0

1987 14 30 0 4 14 0

1988 12 31 0 4 13 0

1989 15 26 0 7 11 0

1990 17 30 0 4 16 0

1991 10 32 0 4 17 0

1992 12 31 1 6 15 0

1993 7 22 0 5 16 0

1994 17 31 1 6 12 1

1995 17 34 0 4 17 0

1996 18 34 0 6 18 0

1997 9 37 1 8 15 0

1998 22 34 0 5 19 0

1999 18 34 0 2 24 0

2000 13 43 0 1 24 0

2001 17 39 0 7 19 0

2002 9 47 0 2 24 0

2003 14 33 0 4 22 0

2004 25 30 0 8 17 0

2005 25 31 0 7 18 0

2006 24 32 0 10 17 0

Totals through 2006:

1379-1474-3

BIG EAST totals through 2006:

124-364-1

* qualifi ed for BIG EAST

Championships


B A S E B A L L

THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE

In 2006-07, the BIG EAST will be in its

second year as the nation’s largest Division

I-A conference. The fi rst year with 16

members was wrought with curiosity among

those in the world of collegiate athletics and

in the media, but the league thrived in its

new alignment, enjoying signifi cant success

in the athletic arenas, on the playing fi elds

and in the classroom.

The goals of the BIG EAST have

remained constant throughout its history

— to compete at the highest level and to do

so with integrity and sportsmanship.

In men’s basketball last year, BIG EAST

squads secured a league-record eight NCAA

bids. Seven BIG EAST women’s basketball

teams earned NCAA berths. In football, West

Virginia garnered the attention of the college

football world with its victory over Georgia

in the Nokia Sugar Bowl. The Mountaineers

were the BIG EAST’s representative in the

Bowl Championship Series.

In 2005-06, the BIG EAST welcomed

fi ve new members to increase its membership

to 16: University of Cincinnati, DePaul

University, University of Louisville, Marquette

University and the University of South

Florida. Some were ready to call the new BIG

EAST alignment too unwieldy, but the league

showed that there can be strength in numbers

even when that number is a large one.

BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of

the nation’s top 34 largest media markets,

including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia,

Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh,

Hartford, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. With its

newest members, BIG EAST markets will

contain almost one fourth of all television

households in the U.S.

Since opening its doors in 1979, the

league has won 25 national championships

in six different sports and 124 student-athletes

have won individual national titles.

In 2005-06, Providence College’s

Mary Cullen won the NCAA 5,000-meters

crown. Also, the Villanova women’s

cross country team was named the

NCAA’s Silver Anniversary Cross

Country Program. The Wildcats have

won seven NCAA team titles since

1981. Former Wildcat standout Carole

Zajac was named the top individual

performer of the women’s cross

country era.

The BIG EAST has always been able

to boast that some of its best students

are also some of its best athletes.

More than 350 student-athletes have

earned Academic All-America honors.

Last year, West Virginia’s Joe Herber

was named the ESPN The Magazine

Academic All-American of the Year in

men’s basketball.

The BIG EAST has continued its

basketball success in the 21st century.

In 2003-04, Connecticut became the

fi rst school in NCAA history to win

the men’s and women’s NCAA titles in

the same season. With the Syracuse

men and the UConn women grabbing

NCAA crowns the previous year, the

BIG EAST became the fi rst conference

in NCAA history to win the men’s and

women’s titles in consecutive seasons.

In fact, the BIG EAST has won fi ve of

the last seven women’s basketball

crowns and three of the last eight men’s

titles.

Moving proactively has been a

consistent strategy for the conference

that was formed in 1979. The BIG

EAST has continually turned challenges

into opportunities to become

stronger.

In the spring of 2001, the BIG

EAST added women’s lacrosse and

rowing to its growing list of sports. The

inaugural women’s golf championship

was held in the spring of 2003.

The BIG EAST became a reality on

May 31, 1979, following a meeting

of athletic directors from Providence

College, St. John’s, Georgetown and

Syracuse Universities. Seton Hall,

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Connecticut and Boston College completed

the original seven school alliance.

While the membership has both

increased and changed, the focus of

the BIG EAST has not wavered. The

conference refl ects a tradition of broad

based programs, led by administrators

and coaches who place a constant

emphasis on academic integrity. The

BIG EAST Conference has enjoyed a

leadership role nationally. Its student

athletes own signifi cantly high graduation

rates and their record of scholastic

achievement notably show a balance

between intercollegiate athletics and

academics.

Any successful organization needs

outstanding leadership. Michael

Tranghese, the league’s fi rst full-time

employee, and for 11 years the associate

to Dave Gavitt, moved into the

Commissioner’s chair in 1990. In his

fi rst year, he administered the formation

of The BIG EAST Football Conference.

The league has long been considered

a leader in innovative concepts

in promotion and publicity, particularly

regarding television. Those efforts have

resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG

EAST student athletes. The conference

has enjoyed long-standing relationships

with CBS, ESPN and ABC.

While BIG EAST basketball games

are regular sellouts at campus and major

public arenas, including the men’s BIG

EAST Championship in Madison Square

Garden, attendance fi gures also are

signifi cant at BIG EAST soccer, women’s

basketball and baseball games.

More than 550 BIG EAST athletes

have earned All America recognition

and dozens have won individual NCAA

national championships. The BIG EAST

has been well represented in U.S. or foreign

national and Olympic teams. Several

athletes earned gold medals in each of

the last fi ve summer Olympiads.

The BIG EAST has its headquarters

in Providence where the conference

administers to more than 5,500 athletes

in 23 sports.


2007 OPPONENTS

GEORGE WASHINGTON

Conference: Atlantic 10

Head Coach: Steve Mrokwa

Assistant Coaches: Jim Mason, Dan Hodgson,

Greg Conden

2006 Record (Conf.): 25-34 (13-12)

Baseball SID: Ryan Hudson

E-mail: ryhudson@gwu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (202) 994-0339

Press Box Phone: (703) 671-2151

Web Site: www.gwsports.com

DAVIDSON

Conference: SoCon

Head Coach: Dick Cooke

Assistant Coaches: Mike Zandler, Jeff Arzonico

2006 Record (Conf.): 18-33 (6-21)

Baseball SID: Rick Bender

E-mail: ribender@davidson.edu

Offi ce Phone: (704) 894-2123

Press Box Phone: (704) 894-2740

Web Site: www.davidson.edu/athletics

SAINT JOSEPH’S

Conference: Atlantic 10

Head Coach: Shawn Pender

Assistant Coaches: Greg Manco, Tim Gunn,

Aaron Barras

2006 Record (Conf.): 17-39 (9-18)

Baseball SID: Joe Greenwich

E-mail: jgreenwi@sju.edu

Offi ce Phone: (610) 660-1738

Press Box Phone: (610) 637-8582

Web Site: www.sjuhawks.com

NAVY

Conference: Patriot League

Head Coach: Paul Kostacopoulos

Assistant Coaches: Scott Friedholm,

Lt. J.G. Jason Ronai, USN, Buddy Custer

2006 Record (Conf.): 32-21-1 (8-12)

Baseball SID: Jonathan Maggart

E-mail: maggart@usna.edu

Offi ce Phone: (410) 293-8771

Press Box Phone: (410) 293-5430

Web Site: www.navysports.com

B A S E B A L L

OHIO STATE

Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Bob Todd

Assistant Coaches: Greg Cypret, Harry Gurley,

Eric Parker

2006 Record (Conf.): 37-21 (19-12)

Baseball SID: Todd Lamb

E-mail: lamb.8@osu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (614) 688-0343

Press Box Phone: (614) 292-0021

Web Site: www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com

BOWLING GREEN

Conference: Mid-American

Head Coach: Danny Schmitz

Assistant Coaches: Tod Brown, Dave Whitmire,

Chris Hoiles

2006 Record (Conf.): 26-27 (11-16)

Baseball SID: Kyle Kuhlman

E-mail: kkyle@bgsu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (419) 372-7077

Press Box Phone: (419) 372-1234

Web Site: www.bgsufalcons.com

NORTHEASTERN

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association

Head Coach: Neil McPhee

Assistant Coaches: Greg DiCenzo,

Patrick Mason, Mike Glavine

2006 Record (Conf.): 27-23 (19-10)

Baseball SID: Jake Strickland

E-mail: Strickland@gonu.com

Offi ce Phone: (617) 373-3643

Press Box Phone: (617) 734-4048

Web Site: www.gonu.com

IPFW

Conference: Independent

Head Coach: Billy Gernon

Assistant Coaches: Chad Newhard, Brent

Alwine, Caleb Smith

2006 Record (Conf.): 21-28

Baseball SID: Rudy Yovich

E-mail: yovichr@ipfw.edu

Offi ce Phone: (260) 481-6646

Web Site: www.gomastadons.com

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AKRON

Conference: Mid-American

Head Coach: Pat Bangtson

Assistant Coaches: Brian Donohew, Chris Arvay,

Ernest Simpson

2006 Record (Conf.): 15-36 (8-18)

Baseball SID: Paul Warner

E-mail: pwarner@uakron.edu

Offi ce Phone: (330) 972-2677

Press Box Phone: 330-972-8896

Web Site: www.gozips.com

ARMY

Conference: Patriot

Head Coach: Joe Sottolano

Assistant Coaches: Fritz Hamburg, Nick

Schnabel

2006 Record (Conf.): 30-20-1(9-10)

Baseball SID: Christian Anderson

E-mail: christian.anderson@usma.edu

Offi ce Phone: (845) 938-3303

Press Box Phone: (845) 938-8168

Web Site: www.goarmysports.com

EASTERN KENTUCKY

Conference: Ohio Valley

Head Coach: Elvis Dominguez

Assistant Coaches: John Corbin, Brad Husz,

Brandon Scott

2006 Record (Conf.): 29-26 (16-10)

Baseball SID: Jeremy Cohen

E-mail: jeremy.cohen@eku.edu

Offi ce Phone: (859) 622-1253

Press Box Phone: (860) 690-3482

Web Site: www.ekusports.com

COPPIN STATE

Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic

Head Coach: Harvey Lee

Assistant Coaches: TBA

2006 Record (Conf.): 13-41-1 (7-8)

Baseball SID: John Kneisly

E-mail: jkneisley@coppin.edu

Offi ce Phone: (410) 951-3744

Press Box Phone: (410) 458-3668

Web Site: www.coppinstatesports.com


PENN

Conference: Ivy League

Head Coach: John Cole

Assistant Coaches: John Yurkow

2006 Record (Conf.): 12-27 (7-13)

Baseball SID: Matt Kirsch

E-mail: kirschj@pobox.upenn.edu

Offi ce Phone: (215) 898-6128

Web Site: www.pennathletics.com

MOUNT ST. MARY’S

Conference: Northeast

Head Coach: Scott Thomson

Assistant Coaches: Tim Brown, Eric Haines,

Steve Thomson

2006 Record (Conf.): 23-24 (12-11)

Baseball SID: Mark Vandergrift

E-mail: Vandergrift@msmary.edu

Offi ce Phone: (301) 447-5300

Web Site: www.mountathletics.com

RUTGERS

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Fred Hill

Assistant Coaches: Glen Gardner, Rick Freeman,

Jay Blackwell

2006 Record (Conf.): 29-28-1 (13-14/6th)

Baseball SID: Doug Drabik

E-mail: ddrabik@scarletknights.com

Offi ce Phone: (732) 445-4200

Press Box: (732) 921-1076

Web Site: www.scarletknights.com

UMBC

Conference: America East

Head Coach: John Jancuska

Assistant Coaches: Bobb Mumma,

Joe Michalski, Jeff Moore

2006 Record (Conf.): 18-34 (5-17)

Baseball SID: Tim Conway

E-mail: conwayl@umbc.edu

Offi ce Phone: (410) 455-2639

Press Box Phone: (410) 455-3840

Web Site: www.umbcretrievers.com

CINCINNATI

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Brian Cleary

Assistant Coaches: Brad Meador, Joe Regruth,

Luke Howard

2006 Record (Conf.): 32-26 (13-14/7th)

Baseball SID: Shawn Sell

E-mail: shawn.sell@uc.edu

Offi ce Phone: (513) 556-0618

Press Box Phone: (513) 556-9645

Web Site: www.ucbearcats.com

B A S E B A L L

GEORGE MASON

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association

Head Coach: Bill Brown

Assistant Coaches: Jeff Palumbo, Steve Hay,

Andy Devitt

2006 Record (Conf.): 20-31, 12-18

Baseball SID: Jason Risley

E-mail: jrisley@gmu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (703) 993-3264

Web Site: www.gomason.com

SETON HALL

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Rob Sheppard

Assistant Coaches: Phil Cundari, Jim Duffy,

Mike Sheppard

2006 Record (Conf.): 17-34 (7-20/12th)

Baseball SID: Dayna Johnson

E-mail: johnsodd@shu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (973) 761-9493

Press Box Phone: (973) 943-8434

Web Site: www.shupirates.com

NOTRE DAME

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Dave Schrage

Assistant Coaches: Scott Lawler, Sherard

Clinkscales, John Fitzgerald

2006 Record (Conf.): 45-17-1 (21-5-1/1st)

Baseball SID: Pete LaFleur

E-mail: lafl eur.4@nd.edu

Offi ce Phone: (574) 631-7516

Press Box Phone: (572) 631-9018

Web Site: www.und.com

ST. JOHN’S

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Ed Blankmeyer

Assistant Coaches: Mike Hampton, Scott

Brown, Julio Vega

2006 Record (Conf.): 40-19 (16-10/4th)

Baseball SID: Dustin Hockensmith

E-mail: hockensd@stjohns.edu

Offi ce Phone: (718) 990-1521

Press Box Phone: (718) 990-2724

Web Site: www.redstormsports.com

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CONNECTICUT

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Jim Penders

Assistant Coaches: Justin Blood, Bruce Elliott,

Chris Podeszwa, Jeff Hourigan

2006 Record (Conf.): 39-18-1 (18-6-1, 2nd)

Baseball SID: Jason D’Abramo

E-mail: jason.d’abramo@uconn.edu

Offi ce Phone: (860) 486-3531

Web Site: www.uconnhuskies.com

PITTSBURGH

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Joe Jordano

Assistant Coaches: Joel Dombkowski,

Sean Moran

2006 Record (Conf.): 23-29 (10-17/9th)

Baseball SID: Mendy Nestor

E-mail: mnestor@athletics.pitt.edu

Offi ce Phone: (412) 648-8240

Press Box Phone: (412) 648-1018

Web Site: www.pittsburghpanthers.com

VILLANOVA

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Joe Godri

Assistant Coaches: Matt Kirby, Doc Kennedy,

Rod Johnson

2006 Record (Conf.): 27-27 (8-18/11th)

Baseball SID: David Berman

E-mail: david.berman@villanova.edu

Offi ce Phone: (610) 519- 4122

Press Box Phone: (860) 490-6398

Web Site: www.villanova.com

WEST VIRGINIA

Conference: BIG EAST

Head Coach: Greg Van Zant

Assistant Coaches: Bruce Cameron,

Pat Sherald, Andrew Wright

2006 Record (Conf.): 36-22 (14-13/5th)

Baseball SID: Nate Zinn

E-mail: Nathaniel.Zinn@mail.wvu.edu

Offi ce Phone: (304) 293-2821

Press Box Phone: (304) 293-5988

Web Site: www.msnsportsnet.com


B A S E B A L L

HOYA DIAMOND CLUB

The Hoya Diamond Club is an organization

of alumni, parents, and friends of

Georgetown Baseball whose primary purpose

is to promote a heightened awareness

of and an active interest in the Georgetown

University baseball program.

Members have been actively involved in

raising funds to supplement the budget

and provide opportunities to the baseball

program through annual, current-use donations.

In the 2005-2006 school year, the

Hoya Diamond Club raised $109,707 from

164 donors.

In addition, members receive newsletters

and invitations to club events each year.

The Diamond Club is completely volunteer

driven, and is led by Club President Tom

Elliott (C’71, L’74).

If you are interested in helping the baseball

program through the Diamond Club, please

contact Hoyas Unlimited at 202-687-7159

or email hoyasunlimited@georgetown.edu.

Head coach Pete Wilk and keynote speaker

Tim Russert at the February 2006 First Pitch

Dinner.

Tony Pina (C’02), Paul Perillo (B’02), P.J. Martinez (C’02, L’07) and John Blodgett (B’02) pose

for a photo during the barbeque at last April’s Alumni Day at Shirley Povich Field.

Head coach Pete Wilk and Brandon Davis

(B’07) at the Diamond Club Award Banquet

in October of 2006.

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Father and son Jim (C’06) and Jim (C’69)

Supple take a break from their round of golf

for a bite to eat during the Diamond Club

Golf Outing in April of 2006.


B A S E B A L L

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT COMPLIANCE POLICIES

The following information is provided by the Georgetown University Offi ce of Compliance for prospective student-athletes.

It is intended as a guideline to introduce you to some of the rules governing NCAA athletics.

KEY DEFINITIONS YOU

SHOULD KNOW

Representative of Athletics Interests: A representative

of the institution’s athletics interests

(a.k.a. Booster) is an individual who is known (or

should have been known) by a member of the

institution’s athletic department to:

• Have participated in or to be a member of

an agency or organization promoting the

institution’s intercollegiate athletics program;

• Have made fi nancial contributions to the

athletics department of to an athletics booster

organization of that institution;

• Be assisting or to have been requested (by

the athletics department staff) to assist in the

recruitment of prospects;

• Be assisting or to have assisted in providing

benefi ts to enrolled student-athletes or their

families; or

• Have been otherwise in promoting the

institution’s athletics program.

*** Once an individual is identifi ed as a

representative, the person retains that

identity forever. ***

Prospective Student-Athlete: A prospective

student-athlete (“prospect”) is a student who has

started classes for the ninth grade, regardless

whether he or she participates in athletics. A

prospective student-athlete maintains his or

her identity as a prospect, even after he or she

signs a National Letter of Intent or fi nancial aid

agreement, until he or she attends the fi rst day

of practice or participates in an offi cial team

practice, whichever is earlier.

Contact: A contact is any face-to-face encounter

between a prospect or the prospect’s parents,

relatives or legal guardian(s) and an institutional

staff member during which any dialogue occurs in

excess of an exchange of a greeting. In the sport

of golf, a coach can contact you once in the month

of April at your school and three more times after

July 1 before your senior year in high school.

Evaluation: An evaluation is any off-campus activity

designed to assess your academic qualifi cations

or athletic ability, including any visit to your

high school (during which no contact occurs) or

the observation of any practice or competition in

which you participate.

PHONE CALLS & LETTERS

During the month of March during your junior year

in high school, a coach may make one phone

call to you. After that, phone calls from faculty

members and coaches (but not boosters) are permitted

beginning July 1 before your senior year in

high school. A coach or faculty member is limited

to one phone call per week except that unlimited

phone calls may be made:

• During the fi ve days immediately before your

offi cial visit to the university.

• On the day of a coach’s off-campus contact

with you.

• During the time beginning with the National

Letter of Intent signing date through the

two days after the signing date and after a

National Letter of Intent or scholarship agreement

is signed.

A prospect of any age could receive the following

from a coach:

• Questionnaire

• Camp brochure

• NCAA educational information

After September 1 of a prospect’s junior year, a

coach could provide:

• Written correspondence, including letters,

e-mails, instant messages and text messages

• Game programs

• Media Guide

• Schedule cards

• Offi cial academic, admission and student services

publications and videotapes produced by

the institution and are available to all students

After a prospect signs a National Letter of Intent,

a coach could provide:

• Pre-enrollment information

• A Student-Athlete Handbook (could also be

provided on an offi cial or unoffi cial visit)

WHO IS PERMITTED

TO RECRUIT FOR

GEORGETOWN?

Only Georgetown University coaches who have

successfully completed the NCAA Recruiting Rules

Examination on an annual basis may be involved in

the recruitment process. Boosters may not make

any recruiting contacts. This includes letters,

telephone calls or face-to-face contact on or off

campus with a prospect or the prospect’s parents.

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ALUMNI & BOOSTERS

DO’S AND DON’TS

• You may forward information about prospective

student-athletes to the appropriate

coaches.

• You may have contact with a prospect

regarding permissible pre-enrollment activities

such as summer employment, provided the

prospect has already signed a National Letter

of Intent and the Compliance Offi ce is aware

you are making these contacts in regard to

employment.

• You may have a telephone conversation with

a prospect only if the prospect initiates the

call. Such a call may not be prearranged by

an institutional staff member and you are not

permitted to have a recruiting conversation,

but may exhibit normal civility. You must refer

any questions about our athletic programs to

an athletics department staff member/coach.

• You may view a prospect’s contest at your

own initiative provided you do not contact the

prospect or his/her parents. In addition, you

may not contact a prospect’s coach, principal

or counselor in an attempt to evaluate the

prospect.

• You may continue established family relationships

with friends and neighbors. Contacts

with sons and daughters of these families

are permitted as long as they are not made

for recruiting purposes or encouraged by

Georgetown University coaches.

• You may not become involved in making

arrangements to receive money or fi nancial

aid of any kind for a prospect or the

prospect’s family and friends.

• You may not make contact with a prospective

student-athlete and his/her parents when the

prospect is on campus for an offi cial or unoffi

cial recruiting visit.

• You may not transport, pay or arrange for payment

of transportation costs for a prospect

and his/her relatives or friends to visit campus

(or elsewhere).

• You may not pay or arrange for payment of

summer camp registration fees for a prospect.

• You may not provide anything to a prospect,

the prospect’s family or friends without prior

approval from the Compliance Offi ce.

For more information, please contact the

Georgetown University Compliance Offi ce at (202)

687-6573 or (202) 687-8262.


SHIRLEY

POVICH FIELD

CAPACITY: 1500

DIMENSIONS: 330L, 375C, 330R

Shirley Povich Field has been the home

of the Georgetown baseball team since

2000. It is located at Cabin John Park in

Rockville, Md. With a seating capacity of

1,500, the dimensions are 330 down the

left fi eld line, 375 to center and 330 down

the right fi eld line.

Shirley Povich Field is named for

the renowned Washington, D.C., sports

columnist and reporter. Povich attended

Georgetown prior to beginning a 75-year

career with the Washington Post, where

he covered nearly all of the major sporting

events and athletes of the 20th century,

from Walter Johnson to Cal Ripken Jr.

Baseball was Povich’s true passion.

The prolifi c and profound Povich covered

the Washington Senators’ lone World

Championship in 1924 and wrote his fi nal

column the day before his death at age 92

in 1998. Generations of Washington readers

learned about sport and life reading Povich’s

“This Morning” column. In 1976, Povich

was inducted into the writers’ wing of the

Baseball Hall of Fame.

The stadium is also home to the

Bethesda Big Train, a team of college

all-stars that competes in the Cal Ripken

Sr. Collegiate Baseball League from June

through August.

B A S E B A L L

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FEBRUARY

13 GEORGE WASHINGTON .... 2 p.m.

17 at Davidson ..........................2 p.m.

18 at Davidson ..........................2 p.m.

19 at Davidson .....................2:30 p.m.

24 SAINT JOSEPH’S (DH) .........noon

25 SAINT JOSEPH’S ............. 1 p.m.

28 at Navy ...........................2:30 p.m.

2007 SCHEDULE

MARCH

2 vs. Ohio State @ ..................8 p.m.

3 vs. Bowling Green # .........2:30 p.m.

4 vs. Northeastern # ...............1 p.m.

5 vs. IPFW # ...........................7 p.m.

6 vs. Bowling Green # ..............1 p.m.

8 vs. IPFW # .................... 10:30 a.m.

9 vs. Akron # ..........................1 p.m.

10 vs. Army # ......................2:30 p.m.

11 vs. Eastern Kentucky # .. 10:30 a.m.

13 at Coppin State ....................2 p.m.

15 at George Washington ......2:30 p.m.

17 PENN (DH) .........................noon

18 PENN (DH) .........................noon

21 at Mount St. Mary’s ..............3 p.m.

23 at Rutgers * .........................3 p.m.

24 at Rutgers * .........................1 p.m.

25 at Rutgers * .........................1 p.m.

28 UMBC ............................. 3 p.m.

30 CINCINNATI * .................. 3 p.m.

31 CINCINNATI * .................. 1 p.m.

APRIL

1 CINCINNATI * .....................noon

3 GEORGE MASON ............. 3 p.m.

5 at Seton Hall (DH) * ................ noon

7 at Seton Hall * ....................... noon

11 at George Mason ..................3 p.m.

13 at Notre Dame * ..................6 p.m.

14 at Notre Dame * ..................1 p.m.

15 at Notre Dame * ..................1 p.m.

18 NAVY .............................. 7 p.m.

20 ST. JOHN’S * ................... 7 p.m.

21 ST. JOHN’S * ................... 7 p.m.

22 ST. JOHN’S * ................... 1 p.m.

25 MOUNT ST. MARY’S ......... 7 p.m.

27 at Connecticut * ...................3 p.m.

28 at Connecticut * ..................... noon

29 at Connecticut * ..................... noon

MAY

2 COPPIN STATE ................ 7 p.m.

5 PITTSBURGH (DH) * ........ 4 p.m.

6 PITTSBURGH * ................ 1 p.m.

12 VILLANOVA (DH) * ........... 4 p.m.

13 VILLANOVA * .................. 1 p.m.

14 at UMBC ..............................7 p.m.

17 at West Virginia * .................7 p.m.

18 at West Virginia * .................7 p.m.

19 at West Virginia * .................1 p.m.

home games in CAPS at

Shirley Povich Field, Bethesda, Md.

@ Clearwater, Fla.

# Bradenton, Fla.

* BIG EAST Conference game

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