Winona State

Baseball
2010 Results
36-16 (24-9 NSIC)
Feb. 20 St. Cloud State%
W, 6-1
Feb. 21 St. Cloud State%
L, 2-3
Feb. 26 Wayne State, NE%
W, 6-2
Feb. 26 Wayne State, NE%
L, 1-2
Feb. 27 Wayne State, NE%
W, 2-1
Feb. 27 Wayne State, NE%
W, 6-5
March 6 Lynn, FL
W, 10-4
March 7 Lynn, FL
W, 10-6
March 8 Minnesota State
W, 6-4
March 8 Minnesota State
L, 0-3
March 9 Florida Southern
L, 4-13
March 10 Mansfield, PA
W, 13-11
March 10 Wheeling Jesuit, WV
W, 7-5
March 18 Saint Mary’s, MN
W, 3-1
March 27 Minnesota, Crookston*
W, 16-2
March 27 Minnesota, Crookston*
W, 9-1
March 28 Minnesota, Crookston*
W, 14-1
March 28 Minnesota, Crookston*
W, 24-0
April 2 Bemidji State*
W, 17-11
April 2 Bemidji State*
L, 7-8
April 3 Bemidji State*
W, 21-8
April 3 Bemidji State*
W, 13-5
April 7 Upper Iowa*
W, 8-6
April 7 Upper Iowa*
W, 5-3
April 10 Augustana, SD*
W, 7-6
April 10 Augustana, SD*
L, 4-5
April 11 Augustana, SD*
W, 11-3
April 11 Augustana, SD*
W, 9-8
April 14 Upper Iowa*
W, 27-10
April 14 Upper Iowa*
W, 8-4
April 17 Mary*
W, 7-5
April 17 Mary*
W, 11-3
April 18 Mary*
L, 3-6
April 18 Mary*
W, 9-3
April 21 Southwest Minnesota State*
W, 14-8
April 21 Southwest Minnesota State*
L, 5-7
April 25 Minnesota Duluth*
W, 15-11
April 25 Minnesota Duluth*
L, 4-8
April 26 Minnesota Duluth*
L, 7-8
April 26 Minnesota Duluth*
W, 5-2
April 28 Southwest Minnesota State*
L, 3-16
April 28 Southwest Minnesota State*
W, 11-2
May 1
Concordia-St. Paul*
W, 10-6
May 1
Concordia-St. Paul*
W, 6-4
May 2
Concordia-St. Paul*
L, 5-7
May 2
Concordia-St. Paul*
W, 9-4
May 3
Viterbo
W, 5-3
May 5
Southwest Minnesota State#
W, 8-6
May 6
Minnesota Duluth#
L, 5-8
May 8
Minnesota State#
L, 4-20
May 13 Mesa State, CO^
L, 8-12
May 14 St. Cloud State^
L, 5-6
Home games in bold
Games played on neutral field in italics
%Played at the Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minn.
*NSIC Conference Game
#NSIC Tournament Game
^NCAA Regional Tournament

Credential Requests
Please direct all requests for media credentials to
Grant Wall (gwall@winona.edu) in the Winona State
Sports Information Office. Credentials will be held for
media members at the main gate at Loughrey Field.
Winona State University reserves the right to deny
media credentials to anyone who is not affiliated with
an official news gathering agency.

Practice Plans
The Winona State baseball team will practice on days
they do not have games. Practice will generally begin at 2:30 pm at Loughrey Field. Please call ahead to
the Winona State Sports Information Office for exact
times specific to the date you wish to conduct interviews.

Interview Policy
Winona State players and coaches will be available
for interviews before practice. Please call ahead to
the Winona State Sports Information Office for exact times specific to the date you wish to conduct
interviews. Interviews will be held before practice at
Loughrey Field. Interviews of a longer duration can
be arranged through the Winona State Sports Information Office. Student-athletes are instructed not to
accept phone calls or to conduct any interviews off
campus. Postgame interviews will be conducted after
a 10 minute cooling-off period.

Warriors On The Web
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the Winona State Athletics Department. On the site
you will find information on all 14 varsity sports offered at Winona State, as well as schedules, results,
statistics, traditions, history and departmental information.

Sports Information
Sports Information Director:
Grant Wall
Office Phone:
507-457-5576
Cell Phone:
515-570-5371
E-mail:
gwall@winona.edu
Athletics Website:
winonastatewarriors.com
Mailing Address:
PO Box 5838
Winona, MN 55987
The 2010-11 Winona State baseball media guide
is a production of the Winona State Sports Information Office. It was designed to assist members
of the media in their coverage of the Winona State
softball team. Every effort has been made to ensure
its accuracy and thoroughness. Enclosed in the media guide are factual information regarding the current softball team, as well as the history of softball
at Winona State University.
The 2010-11 Winona State baseball meda guide
was written, designed and edited by Grant Wall,
Sports Information Director. The document was
also edited by Travis Whipple and Don Vieth. The
cover was designed by Don Vieth. Photos used in
the media guide were taken by Chops Hancock and
Andrew Nyhus.

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Winona, Minn.
1858
8,000
Warriors
Purple & White
Maxwell-Loughrey Field
Dr. Judith Ramaley
Larry Holstad
Kelsey Homewood
Dr. Jo Stejskal
Northern Sun

BASEBALL HISTORY
First Year:
1919
All-Time Record:
1574-931-16 (.628)
NCAA Tournament: 4, 1998, 2000, 2007, 2010
NCAA Record:
2-8
NAIA Tournament: 21, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965
1966, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976,
1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1987, 1988,
1989, 1992, 1994
NAIA Tournament Record:
40-32
NAIA World Series:
6, 1961, 1962, 1963
1972, 1988, 1992
NAIA World Series Record:
6-12
TEAM FACTS
Head Coach:
Rcd. at Winona State (Yrs.)
Career Record (Yrs.)
NCAA Tournament:
NCAA Record:
Assistant Coach:
Graduate Assistant:
Volunteer Assistant:
Student Assistant:

Kyle Poock
225-159-1 (8)
225-159-1 (8)
2, 2007, 2010
0-4
Seth Wing
Joe Korneta
Patrick Reilly
Nick Nook

2011 SCHEDULE
Feb. 26
Wisconsin-Parkside (DH)^
Feb. 27
Wisconsin-Parkside (DH)^
March 5 Lynn
March 6 Lynn
March 7 Seton Hill
March 8 Florida Southern
March 9 Assumption, MA
March 10 Wayne State, MI (DH)
March 19 Southwest Minnesota State (DH)
March 20 Southwest Minnesota State (DH)
March 26 Northern State (DH)*
March 27 Northern State (DH)*
April 2
Minnesota, Crookston (DH)*
April 3
Minnesota, Crookston (DH)*
April 6
Upper Iowa (DH)*
April 9
St. Cloud State (DH)*
April 10 St. Cloud State (DH)*
April 12 Minnesota Duluth (DH)*
April 16 Augustana (DH)*
April 17 Augustana (DH)*
April 20 Concordia-St. Paul (DH)*
April 26 Wayne State, NE (DH)*
April 30 Bemidji State (DH)*
May 1
Bemidji State (DH)*
May 3
Minnesota State (DH)*
May 7
Mary (DH)*
May 8
Mary (DH)*
May 9
Viterbo
May 11
NSIC Tournament
*Denotes NSIC Game
^ at Jacksonville, IL.
Home games in bold

Noon
Noon
11 am
Noon
5 pm
7 pm
2:30 pm
2 pm
TBA
TBA
Noon
7 am
Noon
Noon
1:30 pm
Noon
Noon
1:30 pm
Noon
Noon
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Noon
Noon
1:30 pm
Noon
Noon
7 pm
TBA

Winona State
Numerical Roster
No. Player
1
Kodey Simon
2
Lucas Warren
3
Mike Wasilik
4
Aaron Hoverson
6
Cody Strang
7
Brett Young
9
Jared Anderson
10
Andrew DeSousa
11
Kyle Sill
12
Ty Copeland
13
Tony Mueller
14
John Magee
15
Ross Fassbinder
17
Tyler Payne
18
Nate Van Roekel
19
Derek Wojcik
20
Brandon Verthein
21
Seth McMullen
22
Tyler Zemla
23
Adam Gemuenden
24
John Wenker
25
Jamie Soyk
26
Joe Kley
27
Michael Place
28
Justin Streiff
30
Jonathan Nelson
31
Zach Rickaway
33
Nick Ender
34
Ben Sebesta
Scott Freiburger
Kyle Johnson
Ryan Ledvina
Jordan Plamann
Tyler Smith

WARRIORS
Pos.
P
OF/P
OF/P
P
OF
C
3B
P
C
P
OF/P
OF
OF
P
3B
P/INF
P
SS
P
1B
P
C/P
OF
P
C
INF
P
P
INF
P
C
OF/P
1B
3B

Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Kyle Poock
Associate Head Coach: Seth Wing
Graduate Assistant Coach: Joe Korneta
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Patrick Reilly
Student Assistant Coach: Nick Nook

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Hometown (High School/Previous School)
Cross Plains, Wis. (Middleton)
La Crosse, Wis. (Central)
Oak Creek, Wis. (St. Thomas More)
Baldwin, Wis. (Tartan/St. Cloud State)
Solon, Iowa (Solon)
Appleton, Wis. (East)
Vadnais Heights, Minn. (White Bear Lake)
Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Cedar Valley Christian)
Wabasha, Minn. (Wabasha)
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. (Pittsville)
La Crosse, Wis. (Logan)
Dover, Minn. (John Marshall)
Oak Creek, Wis. (Oak Creek)
Gays Mills, Wis. (Seneca)
New Ulm, Minn. (New Ulm)
Elk Grove Village, Ill. (Conant)
La Crescent, Minn. (La Crescent)
Wausau, Wis. (Wausau West)
Oak Creek, WI (Oak Creek)
Center City, Minn. (Chisago Lakes)
Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove)
Abbotsford, Wis. (Abbotsford)
Lester Prairie, Minn. (Lester Prairie)
Platteville, Wis. (Platteville)
Rochester, Minn. (Century/DMACC)
Johnston, Iowa (Johnston)
La Crosse, Wis. (Aquinas)
Woodbury, Minn. (Woodbury)
Eau Claire, Wis. (Memorial/Wisconsin-Oshkosh)
Hazel Green, Wis. (Southwestern)
Edgerton, Wis. (Edgerton)
La Crosse, Wis. (Central)
Appleton, Wis. (North)
Decorah, Iowa (Decorah)

Winona State

SEASON OUTLOOK

The 2010 baseball season was successful in many ways for Winona State. The Warriors posted a 36-16 record and advanced to
the NCAA Regional Tournament for the second time in the last
four seasons. The Warriors did all this with a roster loaded with
underclassmen. Those Warriors are now a season older and more
experienced - hungry to make a return trip to the postseason.
Winona State returns eight regulars from its 2010 lineup, as well
as an experienced and deep pitching staff. The team is as deep and
athletic as any squad WSU head coach Kyle Poock has sent out
onto the diamond.
THE LINEUP
Leadoff hitter Tony Mueller highlights the Warrior lineup. As a
sophomore, Mueller led Winona State with a .439 batting average.
Mueller was a constant presence on the bases, recording 83 hits.
His ten homers were tied for second on the team while he led WSU
with 19 stolen. Mueller’s stellar season was highlighted by being
named to the All-Central Region First Team.
Mueller certainly won’t have to carry the offensive load alone.
Outfielder John Magee provided the most pop for Winona State
a season ago, knocking out 14 homers. His 64 RBI led the team
while hitting .300. Magee was one of seven Warrior regulars who
batted .300 or better a season ago.
Joe Kley is also back to help anchor the outfield. Kley had ten
home runs and 45 RBI in 2010 while hitting .391. He was named
to the All-NSIC Second Team and will provide veteran senior
leadership.
Jared Anderson is also a veteran presence in the lineup at third
base and can provide both power and speed. Anderson hit nine
homers while also stealing 13 bases in 14 attempts. He batted .340
with 67 hits.
Adam Gemuenden has locked down the other side of the diamond, after hitting .383 from his first base position. Along with a
strong bat, Gemuenden recorded a .982 fielding percentage, making just four errors to go with 207 putouts.
Shortstop will be manned by Seth McMullen who batted .350 a
season ago. He knocked out seven homers a season ago and will be
counted to get on base from the bottom third of the WSU batting
order. Nate Van Roekel is in line to see his playing time increase
from a season ago at second base. Van Roekel had only 44 at bats
in 2010, hitting .432 with three home runs and 22 RBI. Production
from him will rise with increased opportunities.
Jamie Soyk is a fantastic defensive catcher and is great managing the WSU pitching staff. Even though his batting average
dipped to .207, Soyk had a fielding percentage of .992. With Soyk
also serving as the team’s closer, both Kyle Sill and Justin Streiff
will be given chances to showcase their talents behind the plate.
Sophomore transfer Ben Sebesta is slated to start the season at
designated hitter. The righty comes to WSU after one season of
play at Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Outfielder Lucas Warren and infielders Brett Young and Derek
Wojcik will all be called on to spell the WSU regulars. All three are
tremendous athletes with potential, and will be shown the ropes by
the group of veterans above them.
THE ROTATION
Winona State returns four starters from a season ago, and can

go as deep as seven with their starting rotation. Mueller earned
second team all-conference honors as a pitcher a season ago, and
will again be an anchor for the WSU staff. Mueller went 6-1 with
a 4.97 ERA in 2010, striking out 75 in 67 innings of work.
Kodey Simon will make the move from bullpen to the starting
rotation. He made just two starts a season ago, but was able to post
a 4-1 mark with a 2.97 ERA. He led the Warriors with four saves.
Junior John Wenker is a lefty who is also moving into the starting
rotation from the bullpen. He went 2-0 in nine appearances, posting a 4.50 ERA in just 20 innings of work.
One of the more experienced starting pitchers on the Winona
State staff is Andrew DeDousa. The senior made eight starts in
2010, posting a 3-5 record with a 5.82 ERA. His eight starts last
year were fourth on the team and among current Warriors, only
Mueller had more starts a season ago.
As WSU moves into the busy heart of their season, the team will
look to expand their starting staff, with three pitchers vying for two
spots. Ty Copeland, Brandon Verthein and St. Cloud State transfer
Aaron Hoverson will all be considered when the time comes to
move to a six-man starting rotation.
Freshmen Mike Wasilik and Tyler Zemla will also have opportunities out of the Warrior bullpen.
Junior Catcher Jamie Soyk will serve as the team’s closer. He
earned a save in his lone relief appearance last season, but will be
counted on for an increased roll in that department in 2011.
THE OUTLOOK
Expectations are once again high for the Winona State baseball
team, but that’s something program that has had 28 consecutive
winning seasons should be used to. The 2011 edition of the Warriors was tabbed to finish second in the NSIC by a vote of league
coaches. Two of the 13 head coaches in the conference made Winona State their top choice on the ballot. Minnesota State was the
top pick in the league, taking home the other 11 first-place votes.

2010: Posted a 4-1 record in 21 appearances ... had 2.97 ERA ...
made two starts and saved four games ... struck out 25 batters in
36.1 innings while walking just five.

Kodey
Simon

2009: Recorded 2-3 mark in 19 games as a freshman ... struck out
25 in just 23 innings ... had 5.09 ERA.

Pitcher
R/R • Jr.

Personal: Born on May 5, 1989 ... son of John and Katie Simon ...
Marketing major ... brother Kyle played baseball at Winona State.

1
Year
2009
2010
Career

ERA
5.09
2.97
3.79

W-L
2-3
4-1
6-4

APP
19
21
40

Simon’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
0
0
0
3
23.0
2
0
0
4
36.1
2
0
0
7
59.1

H
31
44
75

R
17
19
36

ER
13
12
25

BB
10
5
15

SO B/Avg.
25
.316
25
.303
50

2010: Had 33 at bats as a freshman, hitting .152 ... scored eight
runs ... knocked out one home run with five RBI.

Cody
Strang

Personal: Born on Sept. 26, 1990 ... son of Kevin and Tracy Strang
... majoring in Business Administration ... sister Courtney pitches
for Winona State softball team.

Outfield
L/L • So.

6
Year
AVG GP-GS
2010
.152
27-8
Career .152
27-8

AB
33
33

R
8
8

H
5
5

2B
0
0

Strang’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
1
5
8
0
1
5
8

SLG%
.242
.242

BB
7
7

HBP
0
0

SO
5
5

OBP% SB/ATT
.293
1-1
.293
1-1

Awards and Honors
All-NSIC (2009, First Team)

Jared
Anderson

2010: Hit .340 while making 50 starts in 51 games ... had nine
homers with 57 RBI ... 15 doubles a part of his 67 hits ... successful
on 13 of 14 stolen base attempts.

Third Base
R/R • Sr.

2009: Hit .383 as a sophomore with five home runs and 31 RBI
... had 64 hits in 167 at bats ... converted 10 of 12 stolen base attempts.

9

2008: Standout freshman season, hitting .388 in 80 at bats ... drove
in 11 runs and was good on all four stolen base attempts.
Personal: Born on Dec. 1, 1987 ... son of Luke and Becky Anderson ... majoring in Biology and Allied Health.

Year
AVG GP-GS AB
2008
.388 32-22
80
2009
.383 49-45 167
2010
.340 51-50 197
Career .365 132-117 444

R
13
38
50
101

H
31
64
67
162

2B
6
16
15
37

Anderson’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB SLG%
0
0
11
37
.463
2
5
31
99
.593
0
9
57
109
.553
2
14
99
245

BB
3
10
9
22

HBP
2
3
2
7

SO
14
29
23
66

OBP% SB/ATT
.419
4-4
.425
10-12
.368
13-14
.404
27-30

2010: Made 11 appearances, posting a 3-5 record ... made eight
starts, including two complete games, with a 5.82 ... struck out 46
batters in 55.2 innings.

Andrew
DeSousa

2009: 2-3 record in eight games ... made seven starts and one complete game ... fanned 34 batters in 31.1 innings.

Pitcher
R/R • Sr.

2008: Posted 2-1 record in nine appearances as a freshman ... started three games and had an ERA of 5.56.
Personal: Born on Oct. 6, 1988 ... son of Joel and Sue DeSousa ...
Composite Materials Engineering major.

10
Year
2008
2009
2010
Career

ERA
5.56
6.89
5.82
6.07

W-L
2-1
2-3
3-5
7-9

APP
9
8
11
28

DeSousa’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
3
0
0
1
22.2
7
1
0
0
31.1
8
2
0
0
55.2
18
3
0
1
109.2

H
25
44
65
134

R
19
31
40
90

ER
14
24
36
74

BB
10
14
15
39

SO B/Avg.
16
.281
34
.328
46
.289
96

2010: Saw action in 13 games, hitting .292 in 24 at bats ... had one
home run and six RBI.

Kyle
Sill

Personal: Born on March 30, 1990 ... son of Rob and Jill Sill ...
Movement Science major.

Catcher
L/R • So.

11
Year
AVG GP-GS
2010
.292
13-5
Career .292
13-5

AB
24
24

R
3
3

H
7
7

2B
3
3

Sill’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
1
6
13
0
1
6
13

SLG%
.542
.542

BB
2
2

HBP
0
0

SO
3
3

OBP% SB/ATT
.346
1-1
.346
1-1

Ty
Copeland

2010: Made 13 appearances in relief, posting a 6.38 ERA ... fanned
12 batters while earning a 2-0 record.

Pitcher
R/R • Sr.

2008: Made three relief appearances as a freshman ... posted 8.10
ERA in 3.1 innings of work.

2009: Saw action in 15 games with an ERA of 6.51 ... 20 strikeouts
in 27.2 innings of work.

Personal: Born on Jan. 6, 1988 ... son of Russ and Carrie Copeland ... Finance major.

12
Year
2008
2009
2010
Career

ERA
8.10
6.51
6.38
6.57

W-L
0-0
0-0
2-0
2-0

APP
3
15
13
31

Copeland’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
0
0
0
0
3.1
0
0
0
0
27.2
0
0
0
0
18.1
0
0
0
1
49.1

H
1
37
25
63

R
3
20
13
36

ER
3
20
13
36

BB
3
9
13
25

SO B/Avg.
4
.100
20
.319
12
.325
36

Awards and Honors
All-Central Region (2010 - Rawlings/ABCA, 1st Team; Daktronics, 2nd Team; NCBWA, 2nd Team)
All-NSIC (2010 - First Team OF, Second Team P)

Tony
Mueller

2010: Led team with .439 batting average in 189 at bats ... 83 hits
were fourth most in a season in school history ... had ten home runs
and 37 RBI ... stole 19 bases ... had 6-1 record in 14 appearances
on the mound ... struck out 75 in 67 innings pitched.

Outfield/Pitcher
R/R • Jr.

2009: Posted .379 average in 161 at bats as a freshman ... five homers with 37 RBI ... stole 16 bases ... went 4-4 on the mound in 12
appearances ... fanned 62 in 61.1 innings with 4.40 ERA.

13

Personal: Born on Feb. 22, 1990 ... son of Dale and Barb Mueller
... majoring in Business Administration ... father played baseball
at Butler University ... brother Jon played baseball at Minnesota
and played minor league baseball for the Chicago Cubs ... sister
Michelle is a freshman on the Wisconsin softball team.
AB
161
189
350

R
45
72
117

Year
2009
2010
Career

APP
12
14
26

GS CG SHO SV
10
3
1
1
10
2
0
2
20
5
1
3

ERA
4.40
4.97
4.70

W-L
4-4
6-1
10-5

H
61
83
144

2B
8
10
18

Mueller’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
3
5
37
90
7
10
32
137
10
15
69
227

Year
AVG GP-GS
2009
.379 41-41
2010
.439 46-46
Career .411 87-87

IP
61.1
67.0
128.1

H
66
63
129

R
35
42
77

SLG%
.559
.725

ER
30
37
67

BB
13
13
26

HBP
2
3
5

SO
28
14
42

OBP% SB/ATT
.427
16-20
.476
19-25
.459
35-45

BB SO B/Avg.
18 62
.275
17 75
.243
35 137

John
Magee

2010: Hit .300 in 180 at bats ... led team with 14 home runs and 64
RBI ... ten doubles part of his 54 hits ... nine stolen bases.

Outfield
L/R • Sr.

2008: Strong .313 batting average in 80 at bats as a freshman ... 25
hits, including a homer ... knocked home 11 runs.

2009: Posted .275 batting average in 102 at bats as sophomore ...
two homers and 23 RBI.

Personal: Born on Dec. 3, 1987 ... son of Kirk and Jody Magee ...
Business Administration and Human Resources major ... brother
Joe played baseball at Winona State.

14
Year
AVG GP-GS AB
2008
.313 32-28
80
2009
.275 36-32 102
2010
.300 52-50 180
Career .296 120-110 362

R
14
18
49
81

H
25
28
54
107

2B
3
4
10
17

Magee’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
1
11
31
1
2
23
40
2
14
64
110
3
17
98
181

SLG%
.388
.392
.611

BB
7
16
24
47

HBP
2
3
7
12

SO
9
18
41
68

OBP% SB/ATT
.378
4-6
.382
3-4
.397
9-11
.394
16-21

2010: Made eight appearances, including one start ... had 8.10
ERA in 10 innings pitched.

Tyler
Payne

Personal: Born on June 1, 1989 ... son of Gary and Marci Payne ...
Special Education major with Coaching minor.

Pitcher
R/R • So.

17
Year
2010
Career

ERA
8.10
8.10

W-L
0-0
0-0

APP
6
6

Payne’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
1
0
0
0
10.0
1
0
0
0
10.0

H
15
15

R
11
11

ER
9
9

BB
4
4

SO B/Avg.
6
.326
6
.326

Nate
Van Roekel

2010: Saw action in 25 games as a sophomore ... made 44 at bats,
posting a .432 average ... of 19 hits ten went for extra bases, including three home runs ... had 22 RBI.

Third Base
R/R • Jr.

Personal: Born on Feb. 2, 1989 ... son of Rick and Kathy Van
Roekel ... majoring in Composite Materials Engineering with minors in Math and Polymer Chemistry ... father played football at
Bemidji State while mother played volleyball at Winona State.

2009: Recorded four hits in eight at bats ... had two RBI.

18
Year
AVG GP-GS
2009
.500
9-1
2010
.432
25-9
Career .442 34-10

AB
8
44
52

R
2
12
14

H
4
19
23

2B
0
7
7

Van Roekel’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB SLG%
0
0
2
4
.500
0
3
22
35
.795
0
3
24
39

BB
2
6
8

HBP
0
1
1

SO
2
9
11

OBP% SB/ATT
.600
0-0
.510
1-1
.525
1-1

2010: Made 15 appearances on the mound, posting a 0-3 mark and
5.14 ERA ... started one game while also collecting one save ...
struck out 16 ... had 12 at bats, recording one hit.

Derek
Wojcik

Personal: Born on Sept. 17, 1990 ... son of Jim and Geri Wojcik ...
majoring in Math Education.

Infield/Pitcher
R/R • So.

19
AB
12
12

R
3
3

Year
2010
Career

APP
15
15

GS CG SHO SV
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1

ERA
5.14
5.14

W-L
0-3
0-3

H
1
1

Wojcik’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1

Year
AVG GP-GS
2010
.083
10-3
Career .083
10-3

Brandon
Verthein
Pitcher
R/R • So.

2B
0
0

IP
21.0
21.0

H
25
25

R
18
18

SLG%
.083
.083
ER
12
12

BB
2
2

BB
14
14

HBP
1
1

SO
3
3

OBP% SB/ATT
.267
0-0
.267
0-0

SO B/Avg.
16
.305
16
.305

2010: Posted 2.92 ERA in eight appearances ... struck out 11 in
12.1 innings in first season with the Warriors.
Personal: Born on March 2, 1991 ... son of Greg and Lynn Verthein .. undecided on major ... father played baseball at Winona
State.

20
Year
2010
Career

ERA
2.92
2.92

W-L
1-0
1-0

APP
8
8

Verthein’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
1
0
0
0
12.1
1
0
0
0
12.1

H
11
11

R
5
5

ER
4
4

BB
9
9

SO B/Avg.
11
.224
11
.224

Seth
McMullen
Shortstop
R/R • So.

2010: Made 34 starts as a freshman, recording 120 at bats ... hit
.350 ... 17 extra base hits part of his 42 total hits ... drove in 29
runs.
Personal: Born on May 8, 1991 ... son of Jerry and Linda McMullen ... majoring in Elementary Education with Coaching minor.

21
Year
AVG GP-GS
2010
.350 39-34
Career .350 39-34

AB
120
120

R
20
20

H
42
42

2B
9
9

BB
3
3

HBP
3
3

SO
20
20

OBP% SB/ATT
.381
2-5
.381
2-5

2010: Broke through with .383 batting average ... recorded 51 hits,
including three homers ... drove in 28 runs ... slugged .556 ... successful on five of six stolen base attempts.

Adam
Gemuenden

2009: Hit .300 in 90 at bats as a freshman ... three home runs and
21 RBI ... saw action in 37 games, making 29 starts ... good on all
three stolen base attempts.

First Base
L/R • Jr.

Personal: Born on March 14, 1989 ... son of Bill Gemuenden and
Dee Zimmerman ... Recreation and Tourism major with minor in
coaching.

23
Year
AVG GP-GS
2009
.300 37-29
2010
.383 44-42
Career .350 81-71

McMullen’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB SLG%
1
7
29
74
.617
1
7
29
74
.617

AB
90
133
223

R
27
31
58

H
27
51
78

2B
4
10
14

Gemuenden’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB SLG%
0
3
21
40
.444
2
3
28
74
.556
2
6
49
114

BB
15
22
37

HBP
1
3
4

SO
15
22
37

OBP% SB/ATT
.402
3-3
.481
5-6
.451
8-9

2010: Made nine appearances on the mound, including two starts
... posted 2-0 record and 4.50 ERA ... fanned 23 batters in 20 innings of work.

John
Wenker

2009: Perfect 4-0 record as a freshman in 19 appearances ... ERA
of 3.86 in 21 innings of work ... struck out 32.

Pitcher
L/L • Jr.

Personal: Born on May 6, 1989 ... son of Joe and Kris Wenker ...
Business Administration and Accounting major.

24
Year
2009
2010
Career

ERA
3.86
4.50
4.17

W-L
4-0
2-0
6-0

APP
19
9
28

Wenker’s Career Stats
GS CG SHO SV
IP
0
0
0
2
21.0
2
0
0
1
20.0
2
0
0
3
41.0

H
18
23
41

R
11
11
22

ER
9
10
19

BB
13
15
28

SO B/Avg.
32
.225
23
.303
55

2010: Hit .207 in 116 at bats while leading WSU pitching staff
from behind the plate ... drove in 11 runs ... recorded save in lone
pitching appearance of the season.

Jamie
Soyk
Catcher/Pitcher
R/R • Jr.

2009: Hit .364 in 22 at bats as a freshman ... drove home three
runs.
Personal: Born on Nov. 15, 1988 ... son of Larry and Karen Soyk
... Accounting major.

25
AB
22
116
138

R
6
25
31

Year
2010
Career

APP
1
1

GS CG SHO SV
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

ERA
9.00
9.00

W-L
0-0
0-0

H
8
24
32

2B
1
3
4

Soyk’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
0
3
9
0
0
11
27
0
0
14
36

Year
AVG GP-GS
2009
.364
8-7
2010
.207 46-43
Career .232 54-50

IP
1.0
1.0

H
3
3

R
1
1

SLG%
.409
.233

ER
1
1

BB
0
0

BB
2
13
15

HBP
1
6
7

SO B/Avg.
0
.500
0
.500

SO
5
19
24

OBP% SB/ATT
.440
0-0
.319
2-2
.338
2-2

Awards and Honors
All-NSIC (2010, Second Team)

Joe
Kley

2010: Second on team with .391 batting average ... hit ten homers
with 45 RBI ... had 63 hits, including 23 extra base hits ... slugged
.658.

Outfield
R/R • Sr.

2009: Hit .340 in 144 at bats ... hit seven home runs and drove in
34 runs ... 22 of 49 hits went for extra bases ... good on four of five
stolen base attempts.

26

2008: Hit .343 in 67 at bats as a freshman ... two homers and drove
in 20.
Personal: Born on May 1, 1989 ... son of Barb and Mike Kegler
and Dave Kley ... majoring in Elementary Education with Middle
School Math emphasis ... Coaching minor ... mother played softball at Mankato State.

Year
AVG GP-GS AB
2008
.343 30-18
67
2009
.340 49-44 144
2010
.391 48-46 161
Career .363 127-108 372

R
14
32
35
81

H
23
49
63
135

Kley’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
1
2
20
39
2
7
34
87
0
10
45
106
3
19
99
232

2B
8
13
13
34

SLG%
.582
.604
.658

BB
4
16
14
34

HBP
2
11
2
15

SO
13
33
29
75

OBP% SB/ATT
.392
1-1
.439
4-5
.441
1-1
6-7

2010: Hit .417 in 24 at bats after transferring from Des Moines
Area CC.

Justin
Streiff

Personal: Born on April 19, 1988 ... son of Brian Streiff and Michelle Birchard ... majoring in Athletic Training.

Catcher
L/R • Sr.

28
Year
AVG GP-GS
2010
.417
16-4
Career .417
16-4

AB
24
24

R
5
5

H
10
10

2B
2
2

Streiff’s Career Stats
3B HR RBI TB
0
0
6
12
0
0
6
12

SLG%
.500
.500

BB
1
1

HBP
0
0

SO
3
3

OBP% SB/ATT
.440
0-1
.440
0-1

Zach
Rickaway
Pitcher
L/L • Jr.

2010: Missed season after suffering injury.
2009: Saw action in nine games, making four starts with a complete game ... posted 2-2 record while striking out 26.
Personal: Born on Oct. 10, 1989 ... son of Joan and Robin Rickaway ... Movement Science major with minor in Spanish.

31
Year
2009
2010
Career

Rickaway’s Career Stats
ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV
IP
11.67
2-2
9
4
1
0
0
27.0
Did not play - injured
11.67
2-2
9
4
1
0
0
27.0

H
52

R
38

ER
35

BB
19

SO B/Avg.
26
.397

52

38

35

19

26

.397

Poock on Warren
“Lucas is what we call in the old days just a baseball player. If you saw him he wouldn’t jump off the
page at you but he can do a lot of things on the field really well.”
Personal
Born on Sept. 12, 1990 ... son of Mark and Brenda Warren ... Movement Science major.

#2 Lucas Warren
Freshman
Outfield/Pitcher
Bats: Left
Throws: Left
La Crosse, WI
Central

Poock on Wasilik
“He is a guy with a lot of upside. Right now we will use him mostly on the mound but he is going to
be an asset in the outfield for us as well.”
Personal
Born on Jan. 29, 1992 ... son of Dan and Debbie Wasilik ... Movement Science major.

#3 Mike Wasilik
Freshman
Outfield/Pitcher
Bats: Left
Throws: Left
Oak Creek, WI
St. Thomas More

2009 (St. Cloud State): Made four appearances, allowing no runs in 4.2 innings of work ... struck
out five batters faced.
2010: Redshirted season after transferring from St. Cloud State.
Personal
Born on Sept. 17, 1989 in Maplewood, Minn. ... son of Brian and Wendy Hoverson ... Economics
major with minor in Management.

#4 Aaron Hoverson
Redshirt Sophomore
Pitcher
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Baldwin, WI
Tartan/St. Cloud State

Year
2009
Career

ERA
0.00
0.00

W-L
0-0
0-0

APP
4
4

Hoverson’s Career Stats
St. Cloud State
GS CG SHO SV
IP
0
0
0
0
4.2
0
0
0
0
4.2

H
4
4

R
0
0

ER
0
0

BB
3
3

SO B/Avg.
5
.235
5
.235

Poock on Young
Brett is making the transition from catcher to first base, but his bat is going to be valuable right away.
He swings the bat very well and will be an asset at the plate right away.”
Personal
Born on March 20, 1991 ... son of Pat and Brenda Young ... majoring in Exercise Science with minor
in Nutrition.

#7 Brett Young
Freshman
Catcher
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Appleton, WI
East

Poock on Fassbinder
“Ross came from a good high school program and has a good baseball background. He plays a
position we are deep in right now, but he will be able to help us down the road.”
Personal
Born on Sept. 9, 1990 in Phoenix, Arizona ... son of Jeff and Beth Fassbinder ... majoring in Elementary Education with minors in Coaching and Middle School Math.

#15 Ross Fassbinder
Freshman
Outfield
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Oak Creek, WI
Oak Creek

Poock on Zemla
“He is another player with high ceiling on the mound. Look for him to get significant innings this
year out of the bullpen and then step into a starting roll down the road.”
Personal
Born on September 11, 1992 ... son of Pam Zemla ... majoring in Secondary Education with a Math
emphasis.

#22 Tyler Zemla
Freshman
Pitcher
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Oak Creek, WI
Oak Creek

Poock on Place
“Michael is a young man who was in the program two years ago but because of injuries we thought
we might never see him get on the field. He has worked very hard to get back. Down the road we are
looking for him to throw some significant innings.”
Personal
Born on July 19, 1989 ... son of Bruce and Mary Place ... majoring in Social Studies Education.

#27 Michael Place
Freshman
Pitcher
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Platteville, WI
Platteville

Poock on Nelson
“ Jonathan came from a good program and will help us down the road. He has a good bat and a lot
of potential. We are still trying to determine what his position will be, but we know we will need him
in the lineup.”
Personal
Born on Aug. 14, 1990 in Maquoketa, Iowa... son of Curt and Tammy Nelson ... majoring in Composite Materials Engineering ... father played baseball at Northern Iowa.

#30 Jonathan Nelson
Freshman
Infield
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Johnston, IA
Johnston

Poock on Ender
“He has potential and is working to further grow into his body. We will try to get him experience
this year and build that into the future.”
Personal
Born on March 4, 1991 ... son of Scot and Robyn Ender ... undecided on major ... father played
minor league baseball for the Cincinnati Reds.

#33 Nick Ender
Freshman
Pitcher
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Woodbury, MN
Woodbury

Poock on Sebesta
“We really liked him out of high school, but he went to Wisconsin-Oshkosh for a season and is with us
now. He redshirted last year so he is getting his feet under him right now. He will be a roll player for
us this season and then hopefully play his way into a starting spot next season.”
Personal
Born on Dec. 28, 1989 in San Marcos, Texas ... son of Mark and Bobbi Sebesta ... Graphic Design
major.

#34 Ben Sebesta
Redshirt Sophomore
Infield
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Eau Claire, WI
Memorial/
Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Scott Freiburger
Redshirt
Pitcher
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Hazel Green, WI
Southwestern

Kyle Johnson
Redshirt
Catcher
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Edgerton, WI
Edgerton

Jordan Plamann
Redshirt
First Base
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Appleton, WI
North

Ryan Ledvina
Redshirt
Outfield/Pitcher
Bats: Left
Throws: Left
La Crosse, WI
Central

Tyler Smith
Redshirt
Third Base
Bats: Left
Throws: Right
Decorah, IA
Decorah

The Kyle Poock File
Years at Winona State:
9th season
Record at Winona State:
403-157-4 (.718)
Hometown:
Wittenberg, WI
College:
Winona State 1983 (B.A. Physical Education)
Graduate Degree:
Winona State 1997 (M.S. Physical Education)

Kyle
Poock
Head Coach

Kyle Poock has continued the tradition of excellence established at
Winona State. Since being named head coach in May 2002, Poock
has posted a 225-159-1 record while coaching the Warriors to to
the NCAA Regional Tournament in 2007 and 2010.
Poock is already second on the WSU charts in career victories. He
has produced winning seasons in each of his eight years with the
Warriors. As a program, Winona State has 28 consecutive winning
seasons. Poock has guided the Warriors to seven consecutive appearances in the NSIC Tournament as well.
As Winona State skipper, Poock has recruited and developed some
of the top talent in the nation. Poock has tutored Ben Barrone who
was named the ABCA/Rawlings Division II National Player of the
Year in 2007. Two Warriors have been selected as NCAA Division II All-Americans while ten have earned All-Central Region
honors. Poock has also coached two NSIC Players of the Year, two
NSIC Newcomers of the Year and 36 All-NSIC selections.
Poock set a personal best for wins in a season in 2010. The Warriors went 36-16 on the year, advancing to the NCAA Regional
Tournament. WSU went 24-8 to place second in the conference.
Outfielder Tony Mueller was named to the All-Region second
team while Ronnie Olson joined Mueller as first-team all-NSIC
selections.
Winona State went 29-22 overall and 20-12 in the NSIC in 2009.
The Warriors qualified for the NSIC Baseball Tournament for the
sixth consecutive season after starting the season with wins over
nationally ranked Nebraska-Omaha and Lynn University (FL).
In his first season in charge of the Warriors, Poock and the Warriors
ended the 2003 season with a 21-17 record finishing the Northern
Sun Intercollegiate Conference schedule at 11-6. Following the
season Poock had five players named as All-NSIC honorees.
Poock’s sophomore campaign as manager led to WSU’s first
NCAA Tournament appearance since 2000, while also earning the
Warrior skipper NSIC Coach of the Year honors. The Warriors finished the year 33-23-1 while recording a second place finish in the
NSIC with a 18-8 mark. The Warriors had seven players named
to the all-NSIC team with five more claiming spots on the NSIC
All-Tournament Team.
Poock guided seven players to all-conference selections after a
Poock’s Career Record
Season
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Totals

W
21
33
28
28
29
21
29
36
225

L
17
23
26
20
15
21
21
16
159

T
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

Pct.
.553
.588
.519
.583
.659
.500
.580
.692
.586

Postseason

NCAA Regional Tournament

NCAA Regional Tournament

2005 season that saw the Warriors go 28-26 overall and post a
12-12 mark in the NSIC. The team rebounded to place second in
the conference in 2006, recording a 28-20 overall record and an
impressive 17-5 mark in conference play. Joe Magee was named
NSIC Player of the Year while Ben Barrone claimed the conference’s Newcomer of the Year award.
Poock continued his success in 2007, with WSU going 29-15 overall. The team went 15-5 in the NSIC and swept its way through the
NSIC Tournament to claim the title. Winona State earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament, the program’s first postseason appearance since 2000. Five Warriors were all-conference
selections. Barrone was tabbed as NSIC Player of the Year, the
second consecutive league MVP award for a Warrior player. The
NSIC also named a Winona State player as conference Newcomer
of the Year for the second straight year, with Mike Wendland earning the award/
In 2008 the Warriors qualified for the NSIC Baseball Tournament
for the fifth consecutive season after posting a 21-21 overall record. For their efforts during the season six players were named to
the All-NSIC squad.
Poock’s recruited players have developed into: American Baseball
Coaches Association/Rawlings Division II National Player of the
Year (Barrone), 2 NCAA Division II All-Americans, 10 NCAA
Division II All-Central Region players, 2 ESPN The Magazine
All-District selections, 2 NSIC Players of the Year, 2 NSIC Newcomers of the Year, and 39 All-NSIC selections.
Prior to taking over as head coach, Poock spent nine seasons as an
assistant coach with the Warriors. With the help of Poock, Winona
State won five NSIC regular season championships (1984, 1990,
1998, 2000 and 2001) and the NSIC Tournament Championships
in both 1998 and 2000. Poock helped the Warriors qualify for two
NCAA Division II Tournament appearances, including a runner-up
finish in the 1998 NCAA Central Region. In 2000 Poock helped
the Warriors reach their second highest win total in a season with
42 wins.
ketball team in scoring.
Before coaching at Winona State, Poock taught at Almond-Bancroft (WI) High School from 1991-95. Poock was an assistant
baseball coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point from 1992-1995 which
included coaching the Stevens Point American Legion in 1994-95.
Previous to this Poock taught and coached at Tigerton (WI) High
School from 1986-87 and Wild Rose (WI) High School in 1985.
Poock won three letters in baseball and two in basketball at Winona State. During the 1982-83 season Poock led the Warrior basPoock vs. the NSIC
School
Augustana
Bemidji State
Concordia-St. Paul
Mary
Minnesota, Crookston
Minnesota Duluth
Minnesota State
Northern State
St. Cloud State
Southwest Minnesota State
Upper Iowa
Wayne State
TOTALS

W
6
21
15
8
25
18
4
21
4
17
11
8
158

L
2
5
16
4
1
10
10
2
5
17
13
20
105

Pct.
.750
.808
.484
.667
.962
.643
.286
.913
.444
.500
.458
.286
.601

After college Poock played semi-pro baseball for the Green Bay
Blue Ribbons from 1983-86, earning the team’s MVP award in
his first year. Poock was named NBC All-State in 1988 for the
Clintonville (WI) Athletics after helping the Athletics to the NBC
state championship.
Very active within baseball’s governing circles, Poock was the
NCAA Division II Baseball Committee Central Region Chair
from 2005-07 and is currently a member of the American Baseball
Coaches Association Division II Baseball Central Region Committe.
Poock graduated from Winona State University in 1983 with a
Bachelor of Art degree in Physical Education. He earned a Master’s in Physical Education from WSU in 1997.
In addition to his baseball responsibilities, Poock is also an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Winona State.

The Seth Wing File
Years at Winona State:
8th season
Hometown:
Maquoketa, IA
College:
Winona State 2003 (B.S. Elementary Education)
Masters:
Winona State 2008 (M.S. Educational Leadership)
Wife:
April

Seth
Wing
Associate Head
Coach

Seth Wing has been a crucial part of the Winona State baseball
team’s success since joining the team’s coaching staff in 2003.
Wing was promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2010.
After playing baseball for the Warriors from 1999-002, Wing
joined WSU’s staff as a volunteer coach on the junior varsity
squad. He was a graduate assistant during the 2004 and 2005 seasons and became a full-time assistant coach in 2006.
Under Wing’s guidance, the Warriors have recorded eight winning
season, extending the program’s streak of 28 years with at least a
.500 mark. He has also helped coach the Warriors to the NCAA
Tournament in both 2007 and 2010. WSU has qualified for the
NSIC Tournament in all eight years Wing has been with the Warriors.
Winona State posted a 36-16 record in 2010 and a trip to the
NCAA postseason. Tony Mueller was an all-region selection and
three Warriors were named to the All-NSIC team. The Warriors’
36 wins were the most under head coach Kyle Poock and the most
victories since winning 42 games in 2000. WSU is 204-142-1 in
Wing’s eight seasons as an assistant coach.
In Wing’s eight seasons with Winona State 33 players have been
named to the all-conference team and four Warriors have been allregion selections. He also helped coach 2007 Rawlings/ABCA
Central Region Player of the Year Ben Barrone.
Barrone was named NSIC Newcomer of the Year in 2006 and was
the league’s Player of the Year the next season. Wing also coached
NSIC Player of the Year Joe Magee in 2006 and Newcomer of the
Year Mike Wendland in 2007.
Wing has also been an instructor at Batter Up 17 Lessons and Clinics since 2007. Prior to coaching at Winona State, Wing was the
head coach at Blair-Taylor (Wis.) High School in 2002-03 and the
assistant baseball coach at Maquoketa (Iowa) Community High
School in 2000-01.
In addition to playing baseball at Winona State, Wing was a member of the WSU football team, earning a letter in 2000.
Wing earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Math from Winona State in 2003. He
graduated with a Masters of Science in Educational Leadership
from Winona State in 2008.
Wing is also employed at Winona State University as a freshman
admissions counselor.
Wing and his wife April reside in Winona, MN.

Joe
Korneta

Patrick
Reilly

Graduate
Assistant

Volunteer
Assistant

Nick
Nook
Student
Assistant

WINONA STATE CAREER HITTING RECORDS
Games
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
17.
18.
20.

Name
Scott Cozad
Aaron Braund
Shannon Lester
Brian Hellenbrand
Ronnie Olson
Nick Altavilla
Mike Shromoff
Joe Mage
Jeff Dobbertin
Shea Mueske
Brian Boelter
Ben Smothers
Josh Maggert
Ben Vazquez
Sam Henriksen
Mike Huettl
Mike Spaeth
Nolan Gilbertson
Craig Shromoff
Scott Wanshura
Dan Walseth

Years
Games
1985-88
200
1995-98
193
1995-98
192
1984-87
185
2007-10
183
1998-01
180
1993-96
180
2002-06
175
2000-03
170
1997-00
168
1976-79
167
2006-09
166
2002-06
166
2002-05
165
2007-10
162
1974-77
162
2002-05
161
2000-03
160
1989-92
160
1987-89
159
1985-86
159

7.

Name
Craig Shromoff
Dan Walseth
Mike Huettle
Jeff Ross
Dick Sauer
Arian Klinder
Rich Gove

Years
Games
1989-92
158
1984-86
148
1975-77
132
1971-75
113
1973-75
103
1960-63
103
1989-90
101

At Bats
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Name
Joe Magee
Aaron Braund
Ronnie Olson
Nick Altavilla
Brian Hellenbrand
Shannon Lester
Josh Maggert
Mike Huettl
Jeff Dobbertin
Scott Wanshura
Nolan Gilbertson
Ben Vazquez
Travis Zick
Mike Shromoff
Rich Gove
Craig Shromoff
Jeff Maschka
Shea Mueske
Craig Yager
Chris Gove

Years
At Bats
2002-06
623
1995-98
621
2007-10
604
1998-01
597
1984-87
559
1995-98
554
2002-06
551
1974-77
527
2000-03
524
1987-89
510
2000-03
501
2002-05
490
1999-01
487
1993-96
483
1989-90
482
1989-92
478
1991-94
475
1997-00
472
1990-92
454
1992-1994 450

Batting Average
(Minimum 150 at bats)
Rk. Name
1. Scott Wanshura
2. Dan Walseth
3. Dret Schmit
4. Ben Barrone
5. Tony Mueller
6. Roger Leonhardt
7. Joe Korneta
8. Andrew Polehna
9. Warren Sbragia
10. Dean Schulte
11. Travis Zick
12. Dale Zwack
13. Ronnie Olson
14. Mike Van Eperen
15. Aaron Braund
Marty Lee
17. Steve Doehne
18. Chris Popp

Years
1987-89
1983-86
2004-05
2006-07
2009 1963-64
2005
2002-04
1984-85
1984-85
1999-01
2003-05
2007-10
1998-00
1995-98
1949-53
1982-83
1997-98

AB
510
448
259
279
350
182
167
221
289
292
487
326
604
194
621
184
241
332

Hits
220
190
108
116
144
73
66
86
112
112
184
123
226
72
230
68
89
122

Avg.
.431
.424
.417
.412
.411
.401
.395
.389
.388
.384
.378
.377
.374
.371
.370
.370
.369
.367

1980-81
1960-63

218
226

80
83

.367
.367

Runs
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
10.
11.
12.

15.
16.
17.
19.
20.

Consecutive Games Played
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Clint Fass
Jon Kosidowski

Name
Scott Cozad
Aaron Braund
Ronnie Olson
Josh Maggert
Craig Shromoff
Ben Vazquez
Nick Altavilla
Joe Magee
Jeff Dobbertin
Travis Zick
Mike Welch
Nolan Gilbertson
Rich Gove
Scott Wanshura
Rich Meier
Tony Mueller
Brian Hellenbrand
Bryan Boelter
Jamie Olson
Shea Mueske

Years
1985-88
1995-98
2007-10
2002-06
1989-92
2002-05
1998-00
2002-06
2000-03
1999-00
1996-98
2000-03
1989-91
1987-89
1980-83
2009 1984-87
1976-79
1995-97
1997-00

Runs
185
177
163
152
142
141
141
140
140
127
126
122
122
122
121
117
116
116
109
108

15. Shea Mueske
Mike Welch
Rich Gove
18. Jared Anderson
19. Luke Short
Chris Gove

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
11.
12.
13.
14.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Name
Aaron Braund
Ronnie Olson
Scott Wanshura
Joe Magee
Nick Altavilla
Josh Maggert
Brian Hellenbrand
Dan Walseth
Jeff Dobbertin
Travis Zick
Mike Huettl
Nolan Gilbertson
Jeff Maschka
Jared Anderson
Ben Vazquez
Mike Welch
Shannon Lester
Craig Shromoff
Rich Gove
Mike Shromoff

Years
1995-98
2007-10
1987-89
2002-06
1998-01
2002-06
1984-87
1985-86
2000-03
1999-01
1974-77
2000-03
1991-94
2008 2002-05
1996-98
1995-98
1989-92
1989-91
1993-96

Hits
230
226
221
215
208
196
193
190
184
184
182
170
163
162
162
161
154
153
149
147

112
112
112
109
106
106

Doubles
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
17.

Hits

1997-00
1996-98
1989-91
2008 2000-03
1992-94

Name
Scott Wanshura
Ronnie Olson
Nick Altavilla
Joe Magee
Aaron Braund
Josh Maggert
Travis Zick
Dan Walseth
Jared Anderson
Mike Huettl
Reggie Stevens
Joe Kley
Ben Vazquez
Jeff Maschka
Jeff Dobbertin
Mike Welch
Duane Vike

Years Doubles
1987-89
56
2007-10
50
1998-01
44
2002-06
43
1995-98
40
2002-06
39
1999-01
38
1983-86
38
2008 37
1974-77
36
2004-06
35
2008 34
2002-05
34
1991-94
33
2000-03
31
1996-98
31
1984-86
30

Triples
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

Name
Rich Meier
Joe Magee
Jeff Dobbertin
Scott Cozad
5. Ben Vazquez
Dan Walseth
7. Aaron Braund
8. Tony Mueller
9. Travis Zick
10. Josh Maggert
Mike Welch
Doug Sauer
13. Brian Menard
Nick Altavilla
Chris Mosson
Jeff Fleck
Jeff Youngbauer
Bob Goldstrand

Years
Triples
1980-83
20
2002-06
15
2000-03
13
1985-88
13
2002-05
12
1983-86
12
1995-98
11
2009 10
1999-01
9
2002-06
8
1996-98
8
1972-74
8
2004-06
7
1998-01
7
1984-86
7
1973-76
7
1973-75
7
1968-69
7

Hitting Streak
Rk. Name
1. Josh Maggert
Scott Wanshura
3. Doug Sauer
4. Dick Zack
5. Dick Gunderson
6. Tony Mueller
Aaron Braund
8. Mike Huettl
Jeff Youngbauer

Years
Games
2003-04
26
1988-89
26
1973
21
1957-58
19
1962-63
17
2010
16
1997-98
16
1974-75
15
1973
15

Singles
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.
13.
14.

Name
Brian Hellenbrand
Josh Maggert
Joe Magee
Aaron Braund
Nick Altavilla
Jeff Dobbertin
Scott Wanshura
Mike Huettl
Dan Walseth
Mike Shromoff
Shannon Lester
Jeff Maschka
Nolan Gilbertson
Travis Zick

Years
Singles
1984-87
154
2002-06
145
2002-06
139
1995-98
139
1998-01
137
2000-03
128
1987-89
124
1974-77
124
1985-88
122
1993-96
121
1995-98
116
1991-94
116
2000-03
115
1999-01
113

Ben Barrone is WSU’s all-time leader in home runs
and is one of six players in school history to record a
batting average over .400 during their careers.

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE CAREER HITTING RECORDS
Home Runs
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.

14.
16.

Name
Ben Barrone
Aaron Braund
Scott Wanshura
Chris Popp
Kyle Butt
Ben Vazquez
Mike Huettl
Jeff Radke
Joe Korneta
Joe Kley
Joe Magee
Jason Moe
Dan Walseth
John Magee
Reggie Stevens
Doug Sauer

Hit By Pitch
Years
2006-07
1995-98
1987-89
1997-98
2001-03
2002-05
1974-77
1974-77
2005
2008 2002-06
1996-99
1983-86
2008 2004-06
1972-74

HR
43
40
31
26
25
24
21
21
20
19
18
18
18
17
17
16

Years
1995-98
2002-06
1987-89
1983-86
2007-10
1999-01
1984-87
1998-01
1974-77
2000-03
2002-05
2006-07
1992-94
1997-98
1984-86

RBI
192
165
162
157
135
133
131
130
127
125
118
110
108
100
100

Runs Batted In
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Name
Aaron Braund
Joe Magee
Scott Wanshura
Dan Walseth
Ronnie Olson
Travis Zick
Brian Hellenbrand
Nick Altavilla
Mike Huettl
Nolan Gilbertson
Ben Vazquez
Ben Barrone
Chris Gove
Chris Popp
Chris Mosson

Name
Scott Cozad
Jeremy Kendall
Shane Collins
Brad Johnson
Bryan Boelter
Rich Meier
Steve Young

Years
1985-88
1991-92
1993-97
1976-79
1976-79
1980-83
1979-80

Steals
116
87
67
65
63
58
58

Years
2002-05
2006-09
1995-98
1997-00
2002-06
2002-05
1984-87
1999-03
1999-01
1977-78
1974-77
2008 1996-99
1976-78
2003-05
1998-01
1997-98
2006-09
2005-07
2007-10
2003-05
2000-03
1984-86
1965-67

Sacs
39
27
27
23
21
21
19
18
18
18
18
17
17
17
16
16
16
15
15
14
14
14
14
14

Sacrifices
Rk. Name
1. Ben Vazquez
2. Ben Smothers
Shannon Lester
4. Shea Mueske
5. Josh Maggert
Mike Spaeth
7. Brian Hellenbrand
8. Erik Steigerwald
Travis Welch
Brad Longueville
Jeff Radke
12. Jared Anderson
Dave Campbell
Rich Schoeneman
15. Craig Dolenc
Nick Altavilla
Mike Welch
18. Andrew Kes
Tony Lubarsky
20. Ronnie Olson
Dale Zwack
Nolan Gilbertson
Chris Mosson
Al Connor

Name
Nolan Gilbertson
Mike Van Eperen
Aaron Braund
Reggie Stevens
Ben Vazquez
Kyle Simon
7. Joe Kley
Scott Pitzenberger
Mike Eckert
10. Ronnie Olson
Jason Moe
John Scanlan
13. John Magee
Sam Henricksen
Dru Mickelson
Kyle Butt
Chris Gove
Jeff Radke
19. Ross Hellenbrand
Mike Welch
Dean Barkey

Fielding Percentage
Years
2000-03
1998-00
1995-98
2004-06
2002-05
1998-01
2008 1998-01
1987-89
2007-10
1996-99
1981-83
2008 2007-10
2006-09
2001-03
1992-94
1974-77
2007-10
1996-98
1986-88

HBP
24
21
17
16
16
16
15
15
15
13
13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
11
11
11

Years
1985-88
1989-92
2007-10
2002-06
1983-86
1995-98
1984-87
1997-00
1976-78
1974-77

Walks
132
113
102
92
91
89
88
80
80
79

Years
2006-09
1985-88
2002-05
1995-99
1995-98
2007-10
2002-06
2002-05
2006-09
1995-98
2008 2004-06
1970-73
2000-03
1969-72
2008 2007-10
1971-74
2008 2006-09
2002-06
1991-92
1974-77

SO
135
126
114
94
92
91
87
85
84
83
75
73
72
70
69
68
67
67
66
65
65
65
65

Walks
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Name
Scott Cozad
Craig Shromoff
Ronnie Olson
Josh Maggert
Dan Walseth
Aaron Braund
Brian Hellenbrand
Shea Mueske
Rich Schoeneman
10. Jeff Radke

Strikeouts

Stolen Bases
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Name
Ben Smothers
Scott Cozad
Mike Spaeth
Shawn Killebrew
Shannon Lester
Sam Henricksen
Joe Magee
Ben Vazquez
Brett Maxwell
Aaron Braund
Joe Kley
Reggie Stevens
Ron Evjen
Nolan Gilbertson
Dan Halverson
John Magee
Ronnie Olson
Dave Linbo
19. Jared Anderson
20. Andrew Kess
Josh Maggert
Jeremy Kendall
Mike Huettl

Toughest to Strike Out
Rk. Name
Years
Rate
1. Jeff Maschka
1991-94
.051
2. Brian Hellenbrand
1984-87
.055
3. Chris Gove
1992-94
.056
4. Pete Goodfellow
1985-88
.067
5. Dick Gunderson
1960-63
.068
6. Scott Wanshura
1987-89
.070
7. Marty Lee
1949-53
.071
*Determined on a percentage basis, minimum of 150 at bats

(Minimum 100 chances)
Rk. Name
1. Brent Gaustad
Tom Riley
Carl Strom
4. Jamie Soyk
Mark Berquist
Kyle Simon
7. Dick McNary
8. Mike Van Eperen
Jeff Radke

Years
1983-85
1969-71
1967-68
2008 2000-02
1999-01

TC
118
109
120
391
247
119
1967-69, 72 494
1998-00
448
1974-77
533

E
0
0
0
3
2
1
5
6
7

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000
.992
.992
.992
.990
.987
.987

Total Chances
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name
Travis Zick
Bill Harlos
Shannon Lester
Chris Gove
Dan Walseth
Aaron Braund
Mike Shromoff
Andrew Kess
Chuck Goerish
Dan Halverson

Years Chances
1999-01
1,020
1967-70
777
1995-98
743
1992-94
732
1983-86
716
1995-98
700
1993-96
671
2006-09
637
1966-68
629
1969-72
615

Put Outs
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Name
Travis Zick
Mike Eckert
Bill Harlos
Chris Gove
Dan Halvorson
Dan Walseth
Kyle Butt
Chuck Goerish
Tim Riedl

Years Put Outs
1999-01
954
1987-89
764
1967-70
679
1992-94
641
1969-72
562
1983-86
538
2001-03
536
1966-68
534
1982-84
524

Assists
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Name
Ronnie Olson
Shannon Lester
Mike Shromoff
Shea Mueske
Brian Hellinbrand
Ben Smothers
Mike Spaeth
Reggie Stevens
Travis Welch
Ron Lenoch
Nolan Gilbertson
Jason Denzer
Warren Sbragia
Erik Steigerwald
Gary Ahrens

Years
Assists
2007-10
385
1995-98
384
1993-96
383
1997-00
358
1984-87
341
2006-09
327
2002-05
325
2004-06
303
1999-01
268
1975-77
247
2000-03
236
1999-01
216
1984-85
210
1999-03
199
1964-67
180

Errors
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.

9.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Name
Mike Shromoff
Shea Mueske
Ben Smothers
Craig Yager
Reggie Stevens
Mike Spaeth
Aaron Braund
Lance Johnson
Nolan Gilbertson
Warren Sbragia
Ron Lenoch
Shannon Lester
Arlan Klinder
Erik Steigerwald
Steve Doehne

Years
Errors
1993-96
67
1997-00
60
2006-09
50
1990-92
50
2004-06
49
2002-05
48
1995-98
48
1959-61
48
2000-03
47
1984-85
47
1975-77
42
1995-98
41
1960-63
37
1999-03
36
1982-83
36

Passed Balls
Rk. Name
1. Bill Harlos

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Years
1967-70

PB
27

WINONA STATE CAREER PITCHING RECORDS
Wins

Batters Faced

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Name
Dan Weinfauf
Brad Lange
Greg Verthein
Jon Wisecup
Chuck Weisbrod
6. Ross Hellenbrand
Josh Schultz
8. Andy Wiedl
Al Kulig
10. Terry Brecht
Steve Krinke

Years
1999-02
1986-89
1979-82

Wins
28
26
25
1981-82, 85-86 24
1960-63
24
2007-10
23
2003-06
23
1995-98
22
1950-53
22
1972-74
20
1970-72
20

Losses
Rk. Name
1. Josh Schultz
Andy Wiedl
3. Greg Posewitz
4. Don Erdall
John Costello
Chip Schwartz
7. Pat Holmes
Brad Spitzack
9. Matt Hoppenstedt
Jon Wisecup
Lee Paul

Years
2003-06
1995-98
1994-96
2005-08
1986-89
1966-69
1991-94
1997-80
1995-97

L
16
16
15
14
14
14
12
12
11
1981-82, 85-86 11
1952, 55-57 11

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

(9 or more decisions)
Rk. Name
1. Rick Marchand
2. Rick Smith
3. Andy Swota
4. Dan Weinkauf
5. Jack McGrath
6. Sam Shea

Years
1975
1966-69
1949-51
1999-02
1955-56

Record Pct.
9-0
1.000
13-1
.929
15-2
.882
28-5
.848
11-2
.846
1969-70, 73 13-3
.813

Innings Pitched
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Name
Brad Lange
Dan Weinkauf
Josh Schultz
Andy Wiedl
Jon Wisecup
Chip Schwartz
Chuck Weisbrod
Ross Hellenbrand
Greg Verthein
Al Kulig

Years
1986-89
1999-02
2003-06
1995-98

IP
276.1
247.1
241.2
236.0
1981-82, 85-86 227.1
1966-69
224.2
1960-63
222.2
2007-10
215.1
1979-82
213.2
1950-53
213.2

Appearances
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.

Name
Mat O’Brien
Brad Lange
Dan Burch
Don Erdall
Lee Troncinski
Dan Weinkauf
Jeff Weinkauf
Jay Krzmarzick
Josh Schultz
Brandon Hellenbrand
Paul Kristoff
Jon Wisecup
Bryan Ruff
Chris Boscher
Matt Ruben
Rick Smith
Andy Wiedl
Steve Ciuba
Lee Boettcher
Chuck Weisbrod

Years
Games
1997-00
68
1986-89
66
2004-07
59
2005-08
56
2004-07
54
1999-02
54
1996-99
51
1983-85
49
2003-06
48
2002-05
48
1999-02
47
1981-82, 85-86 47
2005-08
46
1988-90
46
2005-08
44
1966-69
44
1995-98
42
1988-91
42
1970-73
42
1960-63
42

Saves
Years
Batters
1995-98
1,071
1986-89
1,023
1966-69
914
1995-97
904
1960-63
883
1981-82, 85-86 881

Strikeouts
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Name
Andy Wiedl
Lee Paul
Lee Boettcher
Brad Lange
Chip Schwartz
Dan Weinkauf
Al Kulig

Years
1995-98
1952, 55-57
1970-73
1986-89
1966-69
1999-02
1951-55

K
267
257
255
242
238
214
211

Complete Games
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.

Winning Percentage

Name
Andy Wield
Brad Lange
Chip Schwartz
Matt Hoppensted
Chuck Weisbrod
Jon Wisecup

Name
Matt Hoppenstedt
Chuck Weisbrod
Brad Spizack
Al Kulig
Andy Wiedl
Terry Brecht
Brad Lange
Jon Wisecup
Jon Kosidowski

Years
1995-97
1960-63
1977-80
1950-53
1995-98
1972-74
1986-89

CG
23
22
21
20
19
19
18
1981-82, 85-86 18
1960-63
18

Shutouts
Rk. Name
1. Andy Wiedl
Matt Hoppenstedt
Jeff Kroschel
Terry Brecht
Lee Boetcher
Chuck Weisbrod
7. Josh Schultz
Mike Case
Steve Krinke

Years
1995-98
1995-97
1973-76
1972-74
1970-73
1960-63
2003-06
1974-77
1970-72

SO
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5

Rk. Name
1. Jay Krzmarzick

Years
1983-85

Saves
21

Earned Run Average
(Minimum 80 innings pitched)
Rk. Name
Years
1. John Carter
1956-68
2. Steve Krinke
1970-72
3. Jack McGrath
1955-56
4. Greg Stezinski
1968-70
5. Terry Brecht
1972-74
6. Sam Shea
1969-70, 73
7. Derek Johnson
1998-01
Lee Boettcher
1970-73
9. Mike Case
1974, 77
10. Stu Spicer
1974-77
11. Bill Horner
1975-77
12. Ken Vincent
1991-92
13. Paul Rader
1972-76
14. Chuck Weisbrod
1960-63
15. Ev Mueller
1948-50
16. Lee Paul
1952, 55-57
17. Al Kulig
1950-53

IP
123.1
172.2
90.0
159.2
195.1
125.2
129.2
192.2
118.0
88.2
83.0
149.2
110.2
222.1
104.1
198.2
213.2

ER
20
35
20
36
47
33
35
52
32
25
24
45
34
69
34
65
71

ERA
1.46
1.82
2.00
2.03
2.17
2.36
2.43
2.43
2.44
2.54
2.60
2.71
2.77
2.79
2.93
2.94
2.99

Fewest Walk Percentage
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

Name
Years
Walks
IP
Pct.
Josh Schultz
2003-06
45 241.2 0.186
Derek Johnson
1998-01
25 129.2 0.193
Brandon Hellenbrand 2002-05
41 176.0 0.233
Matt Hoppenstedt
1995-97
48 206.0 0.233
5. Andy Davis
1999-00
39 166.1 0.235
6. Sam Shea
1969-70, 73 37 125.2 0.295
7. Jeff Kroschel
1973-76
41 132.2 0.309
8. Mat O’Brien
1997-00
46 147.2 0.312
9. Matt Bowe
2003-04
36 114.2 0.314
10. Terry Brecht
1972-74
63 195.2 0.322
*Determined on a percentage basis, minimum 100 innings
pitched.

No Hitters
Pitcher
Opponent
Andy Sweta
Westminster, MO
Al Kulig
Saint Mary’s
Lee Paul & Jerry Grebin
Southwestern, TN
John Carter
Bemidji State
J.D. Barnette
Bemidji State
Greg Stenzenski
Upper Iowa
Lee Boettcher
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Steve Krinke & Dave Anderson Carleton
Lee Boettcher
Concordia-St. Paul
Terry Brecht
Minnesota-Morris
Craig Miller
Iowa Wesleyan
Tim Fagley
Northern State
Greg Verthein
Central Missouri State
Tim Riedl
William Penn
Scott Mapes
Northern State
Kevin Brown
Bemidji State
Chris Gove
Minnesota-Morris
Curry Deutsch
Minnesota-Morris
Ryan Johnson
Malone, OH
Troy Heifort
Bemidji State
Brandon Hellenbrand
Minnesota, Crookston
*Perfect Game

Score
11-1 (9 inn)
7-0 (9 inn)
5-0 (9 inn)
11-0
3-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
4-0
2-0
13-0 (5 inn)
12-0 (5 inn)
14-0 (5 inn)
7-0
2-0
2-0
11-0 (5 inn)
12-0 (5 inn)
9-0
10-0

Date
April 14, 1949
May 8, 1950
April 3, 1952
April 27, 1957
May 22, 1965
April 29, 1969
April 10, 1970
April 11, 1972
May 17, 1972*
April 20, 1974
March 28, 1976
April 28, 1979
March 26, 1982
March 25, 1983
April 26, 1986
May 5, 1990
March 27, 1994
May 3, 1994
March 7, 1997
April 14, 2000
May 7, 2005

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Games

Runs

Rk. Name
1. Jeremy Kendall
Craig Shromoff
3. Dan Walseth
4. Joe Magee
Chris Gove
Rich Gove
Brian Hellenbrand
Warren Sbrigia
Duane Vike
10. Aaron Braund
Shannon Lester
Chris Popp
Scott Wanshura
Dean Schulte

Season
1992
1992
1985
2004
1992
1989
1985
1985
1985
1998
1998
1998
1989
1985

Games
61
61
58
57
57
57
57
57
57
56
56
56
56
56

At Bats
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
14.
15.
17.

Name
Joe Magee
Aaron Braund
Jeremy Kendall
Jared Anderson
Brett Schmit
Rich Gove
Tony Mueller
Craig Shromoff
Mike Welch
Gary Ahrens
Dean Schulte
Ben Vazquez
Scott Wanshura
John Magee
Joe Magee
Ben Vazquez
Jeff Dobbertin
Brian Hellenbrand

Season
2005
1998
1992
2010
2005
1989
2010
1992
1998
1977
1985
2004
1988
2010
2006
2005
2002
1985

At Bats
206
201
200
197
197
190
189
187
186
183
182
181
181
180
179
179
177
177

Batting Average
(Minimum 50 at bats)
Rk. Name
1. Scott Wanshura
2. Marty Lee
3. Dick Zack
4. Chuck Zane
5. Dan Walseth
6. Ben Barrone
7. Tony Mueller
8. Brett Schmit
9. Mark Berquist
Joe Koppi
Stan Prokapowicz
12. Aaron Braund
13. Jeff Youngbauer
14. Warren Sbragia
15. Roger Leonhardt
16. Time Riedl
Clint Faas
18. Dennis Morgan
19. Scott Wanshura
Charles Dahl
21. Ronnie Olson
Dan Walseth
Dean Schulte
24. Dan Walseth
Gary Grob
26. Travis Zick
Shawn Killebrew
Jon Kosidowski
29. Jerry Grebin
30. Todd Spencer
31. Dale Zwack
Andrew Polehna
33. Jeff Maschka
34. Chris Mosson

Season
1988
1949
1958
1961
1986
2007
2010
2005
2002
1981
1948
1998
1974
1985
1963
1982
1980
1964
1987
1950
2008
1985
1984
1984
1959
2000
1998
1963
1955
1970
2005
2004
1993
1986

AB
181
68
56
83
138
158
189
197
72
58
58
201
105
189
108
75
75
56
161
61
127
164
110
130
76
167
86
113
69
84
136
151
134
130

Hits
89
33
26
38
63
71
83
86
31
25
25
86
44
79
45
31
31
23
66
25
52
67
45
53
31
68
35
46
28
34
55
61
54
52

Avg.
.491
.485
.464
.458
.457
.449
.439
.437
.431
.431
.431
.428
.419
.418
.417
.413
.413
.411
.410
.410
.409
.409
.409
.408
.408
.407
.407
.407
.406
.405
.404
.404
.403
.400

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

9.
11.
12.

15.
16.
17.

Name
Aaron Braund
Tony Mueller
Ronnie Olson
Jeremy Kendall
Joe Korneta
Brett Schmit
Ben Vazquez
Aaron Braund
Jamie Olson
Duane Vike
Warren Sbragia
Mike Welch
Scott Wanshura
Tom Squier
Craig Shromoff
Tom Squier
Jared Anderson
Ben Barrone
Adam Gust
Dean Schulte

Singles
Season
1998
2010
2010
1992
2005
2005
2004
1997
1997
1985
1985
1998
1988
1984
1990
1985
2010
2007
2004
1985

Runs
73
72
62
61
58
58
58
58
57
57
56
55
55
55
54
51
50
50
50
50

Season
1988
2005
1998
2010
1985
1998
2007
2000
2010
2005
1997
1985
1985
2005
2004
1989
1987
2010
1998
1989

Hits
89
86
86
83
79
74
71
68
67
67
67
67
67
66
66
66
66
65
65
65

Hits
Rk. Name
1. Scott Wanshura
2. Brett Schmit
Aaron Braund
4. Tony Mueller
5. Warren Sbragia
6. Mike Welch
7. Ben Barrone
8. Travis Zick
9. Jared Anderson
Joe Magee
Jamie Olson
Dean Schulte
Dan Walseth
14. Joe Korneta
Joe Magee
Scott Wanshura
Scott Wanshura
18. Ronnie Olson
Chris Popp
Todd Wanshura

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Name
Warren Sbragia
Brett Schmit
Tony Mueller
Mike Welch
Dean Schulte
Josh Maggert
Aaron Braund
Jamie Olson
Joe Magee
Dan Walseth
11. Shes Mueske
Gary Ahrens
13. Scott Wanshura
14. Tony Mueller
Travis Zick
Rich Gove

Season
1985
2005
2010
1998
1985
2004
1998
1997
2006
1985
1999
1977
1987
2009
2000
1990

Singles
62
58
56
54
52
51
50
49
48
48
47
47
46
45
45
45

Doubles
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

8.

Name
Scott Wanshura
Ronnie Olson
Brett Schmit
Joe Magee
Dale Zwack
Andrew Polehna
Chris Mosson
Jared Anderson
Ben Barrone
Ben Vazquez
Duan Vike
Spin Williams
Jeff Fleck

Season Doubles
1988
26
2010
21
2005
19
2005
17
2005
17
2004
17
1986
17
2009
16
2007
16
2004
16
1986
16
1979
16
1976
16

Triples
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

Name
Rich Meier
Joe Magee
Tony Mueller
Scott Cozad
Dan Walseth

Season
1981
2005
2010
1986
1986

Triples
9
8
7
7
7

Junior Tony Mueller’s .439 batting average in 2010 is the seventh-best single-season average in program history. He recorded 83 hits that season, the fourth most a Warrior has had in a single campaign.

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Home Runs
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
11.

14.

17.

Name
Ben Barrone
Aaron Braund
Joe Korneta
Scott Wanshura
Kyle Butt
Ben Barrone
Chris Popp
John Magee
Aaron Braund
Travis Zick
Dale Zwack
Nolan Gilbertson
Chris Popp
Tony Mueller
Joe Kley
Ben Vazquez
Jared Anderson
Adam Gust
Nolan Gilbertson
Jeremy Kendall
Dan Galvin
Dan Walseth
Bob Lyons

Hit By Pitch
Season
2007
1998
2005
1988
2002
2006
1998
2010
1997
2001
2005
2002
1997
2010
2010
2004
2010
2004
2001
1992
1989
1984
1978

HR
27
25
20
20
17
16
15
14
14
12
11
11
11
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

Season
1988
1998
2004
2010
2005
1989
2010
1998
1997
2005
1985
2004
1985
2002
1984

RBI
85
81
70
64
61
60
57
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
51

Runs Batted In
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Name
Scott Wanshura
Aaron Braund
Joe Magee
John Magee
Joe Korneta
Dan Galvin
Jared Anderson
Chris Popp
Aaron Braund
Joe Magee
Warren Sbragia
Ben Vazquez
Dan Walseth
Kyle Butt
Dan Walseth

Stolen Bases
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.

Name
Jeremy Kendall
Jeremy Kendall
Scott Cozad
Shane Collins
Bob Lyons
Scott Cozad
Tom Squier
Brad Johnson

Season
1992
1991
1985
1994
1985
1988
1984
1981

Steals
49
38
36
34
34
31
29
29

Sacrifices
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

Name
Ben Vazquez
Ben Vazquez
Shea Mueske
Shannon Lester
5. Jamie Soyk
Ben Smothers
Craig Dolenc
Dale Zwack
Rich Schoeneman
10. Ben Smothers
Brett Schmit
Adam Gust
Dave Campbell
Travis Welch
15. Erik Steigerwald
Travis Welch
Kyle Simon
Steve Loos
Chris Popp
Rob Scherer

Season
2004
2005
2000
1998
2010
2007
2005
2004
1978
2009
2005
2004
1999
1999
2002
2001
2000
1998
1998
1992

Sacs
17
13
12
12
10
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8

Total Chances

Rk. Name
1. Joe Kley
Nolan Gilbertson
Mike Van Eperen
4. Kyle Simon
Mike Van Eperen
Aaron Braund
7. Reggie Stevens
Kyle Butt
9. Ben Vazquez
Jason Moe
Steve Coltart
Todd Wanshura
John Scanlan
Jeff Radke

Season
2009
2002
2000
2000
1999
1997
2005
2002
2005
1999
1992
1989
1983
1977

HBP
11
11
11
10
10
10
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8

Season
1988
1985
1992
1977
1989
1987

Walks
53
49
43
42
41
40

Season
2005
2007
2010
2004
1987
2007
1992
1988
1978
1972
1972
1971

SO
50
49
41
40
40
35
35
35
34
34
34
34

Walks
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Name
Scott Cozad
Dan Walseth
Craig Shromoff
Jeff Radke
Dan Galvin
Scott Cozad

Strikeouts
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.

9.

Name
Joe Kornetas
Ben Smothers
John Magee
Mike Spaeth
Scott Cozad
Brett Maxwell
Jeremy Kendall
Scott Cozad
Steve Morgan
Ron Evjen
Dean Yoost
Tom Riley

Toughest to Strike Out
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Name
Season
SO
Pete Goodfellow
1988
.023
Jeff Maschka
1994
.025
Stan Prokapowicz
1948
.034
Chris Gove
1994
.038
Dale Timm
1957
.038
Marty Lee
1951
.038
7. Adam Gust
2002
.042
8. Marty Lee
1949
.044
*Determined on a percentage basis, minimum 50 at bats

Fielding Percentage
(Minimum 55 chances)
Rk. Name
1. Dick McNary
Lyle Papenfuss
Carl Strom
Travis Welch
Scott Geisler
Ryan Yahnke
Rich Schoeneman
Kyle Rodenkirk
Mark Houghton
Kyle Butt
Brent Gaustad
Kyle Collins
Mark Berquist
Tom Riley
Jeff Youngbauer
Brent Gaustad
Pete Goodfellow

Season
1972
1964
1967
2000
2000
2000
1977
2006
1965
2001
1985
2007
2001
1971
1973
1984
1986

TC
278
157
111
88
82
80
78
67
67
61
61
60
60
60
58
57
55

E
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name
Travis Zick
Dan Walseth
Joe Zydowsky
Travis Zick
Kyle Butt
Pat McKinney
Chris Gove
Bill Ricci
Spin Williams
Dan Halverson

Season Chances
1999
403
1985
346
1998
343
2000
341
2002
336
1996
334
1992
328
1981
320
1979
301
1972
296

Put Outs
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

Name
Mike Eckert
Travis Zick
Travis Zick
Dan Walseth
5. Pat McKinney
6. Kyle Butt
7. Joe Zydowsky
Bill Ricci
9. Chris Gove
10. Jim Hughes

Season
1989
1999
2000
1985
1996
2002
1998
1981
1992
1977

PO
406
383
322
322
311
309
302
302
298
292

Season
1985
1999
1997
1992
2010
2005
2000
1996
1981
2001

Assists
140
134
131
130
123
122
122
121
120
118

Season
1985
2000
1991
1992
1982
2005
1998
1994
1978
2002
1996
1993
1982
1976
1949

Errors
32
26
23
22
22
21
21
21
21
20
20
20
19
19
19

Season
1957

PB
14

Assists
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Name
Warren Sbragia
Shea Mueske
Jamie Olson
Craig Shromoff
Ronnie Olson
Reggie Stevens
Shea Mueske
8. Shannon Lester
9. Bob Boesche
10. Jason Denson

Errors
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Name
Warren Sbragia
Shea Mueske
Craig Yager
Craig Yager
Brad McAreavy
6. Reggie Stevens
Aaron Braund
Mike Shromoff
Bob Lyons
10. Erik Steigerwald
Mike Shromoff
Mike Shromoff
13. Steve Doehne
Ron Lenoch
Charles Dahl

Passed Balls
Rk. Name
1. Dale Timm

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Wins

Appearances

Rk. Name
1. Brad Lange
Jon Wisecup
Steve Krinke
4. John Costello
Roger Roepke
6. Andy Davis
Andy Wiedl
Nick Ciola
Greg Verthein
Chuck Weisbrod
John Carter

Season
1989
1985
1972
1988
1973
2000
1998
1985
1981
1963
1958

Wins
11
11
11
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
9

Losses
Rk. Name
1. Ken Vincent
2. Greg Posewitz
Pat Holmes
Jon Wisecup
5. Andrew DeSousa
Ross Hellenbrand
Andy Wiedl
Joe Taschetta
John Ross
Tim Fagley
Brad Spitzack
Lee Paul

Season
1992
1995
1992
1982
2010
2008
1998
1991
1987
1978
1978
1957

L
7
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Season
2010
2001
1976
1991
2001
1997
1953
1950
1985
2000
1985
1973
1958

Record
7-0
7-0
7-0
6-0
5-0
5-0
5-0
5-0
11-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.917
.900
.900
.900
.900

Innings Pitched
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name
Brad Lange
John Costello
Andy Wiedl
Ken Vincent
Joe Taschetta
Chip Schwartz
Brad Lange
Andy Davis
Mike Sund
Mike Case

Consecutive Shutout Innings
Season
2000
1989
1985
2010
1999
1989
2004
2009
2009
2005
2002
1992
1986
2005
1992
1988

Games
26
26
23
21
21
21
20
19
19
19
19
19
19
18
18
18

Season
1988
1988
1998
1989
1997
1968

Batters
422
380
379
361
340
335

Season
1989
1968
2000
1998
1973
1970
1972
1952

K
107
102
98
98
95
93
90
86

Season
1997
1992
1979
1973
1966
1999
1996
1996
1995
1989
1977
1968
1963

CG
10
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Season
1997
1977
1975
2004
1995
1986
1981
1979
1973
1972
1963
1962

SO
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Batters Faced
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Name
John Costello
Brad Lange
Andy Wiedl
Brad Lange
Matt Hoppenstedt
Chip Schwartz

Strikeouts

Winning Percentage
(5 or more decisions)
Rk. Name
1. Ross Hellenbrand
Dan Weinkauf
Rick Marchand
Ken Vincent
Lane Carlson
Jeff Weinkauf
Andy Swota
Al Kulig
9. Jon Wisecup
10. Andy Davis
Nick Ciola
Terry Brecht
John Carter

Rk. Name
1. Mat O’Brien
Chris Boscher
3. Jay Krzmarzick
4. Kodey Simon
Mat O’Brien
Brad Lange
7. Steve Christensen
8. Kodey Simon
John Wenker
Dan Burch
Paul Kristoff
Joe Marley
Brad Lange
14. Don Erdall
Ken Vincent
John Costello

Season
1989
1988
1998
1992
1992
1968
1988
2000
1961
1977

IP
105.1
98.0
89.0
88.0
86.2
85.2
82.6
84.1
82.2
81.0

Rk.
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Name
Brad Lange
Chip Schwartz
Andy Davis
Andy Wiedl
Lee Boettcher
Sam Shea
Lee Boettcher
Lee Paul

Complete Games
Rk. Name
1. Matt Hoppenstedt
2. Ken Vincent
Brad Spitzack
Terry Brecht
Roger Roepke
6. Andy Davis
Matt Hoppenstedt
Andy Weidl
Greg Posewitz
Brad Lange
Mike Case
Chip Schwartz
Chuck Weisbrod

Shutouts
Rk. Name
1. Matt Hoppenstedt
Mike Case
Jeff Kroschel
4. Tony Nelson
Andy Wiedl
Jon Wisecup
Robin Rusch
Tim Fagley
Terry Brecht
Lee Boettcher
Chuck Weisbrod
Chuck Weisbrod

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Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Name
Terry Brecht
Dennis Iverson
Matt Hoppenstedt
Mike Kosidowski
Roger Roepke

Season Innings
1972
28.2
1969
24.0
1997
23.0
1986
21.0
1966
21.0

Saves
Rk. Name
1. Jay Krzmarzick

Season
1985

Saves
12

Earned Run Average
(Minimum 30 innings pitched)
Rk. Name
Season
1. Steve Krinke
1972
Jack McGrath
1956
3. Sam Shea
1970
4. Terry Brecht
1972
5. Steve Krinke
1970
6. Jon Kosidowski
1963
7. Don Behrens
1959
8. Mark Dilley
1959
9. John Carter
1957
10. John Carter
1958
11. John Spaeth
2000
12. Brad Spitzack
1979
13. Greg Stezenski
1970
14. Andy Swota
1949
15. Craig Anderson
1975
16. Ev Mueller
1948
17. Todd Spencer
1971
18. Chuck Weisbrod
1962
19. Lee Boettcher
1972
20. Al Kulig
1950

IP
76.1
34.0
67.1
69.0
45.0
72.0
43.0
63.0
55.0
52.1
44.2
69.2
55.2
36.2
59.0
52.0
50.1
55.0
74.0
42.0

ER
9
4
8
9
6
10
6
9
8
8
7
11
9
6
10
9
9
10
14
8

ERA
1.06
1.06
1.07
1.17
1.20
1.25
1.26
1.29
1.31
1.38
1.41
1.42
1.46
1.47
1.53
1.56
1.61
1.64
1.70
1.71

Fewest Walk Percentage
Rk. Name
Season Walks
IP
Pct.
1. Kodey Simon
2010
5 36.1 0.138
2. Brandon Hellenbrand 2005
9 62.2 0.144
3. Derek Johnson
2000
8 52.0 0.154
4. Matt Hoppenstedt
1996
12 74.2 0.161
5. Mat O’Brien
2000
6 35.0 0.171
6. Brad Bjerke
2006
8 46.1 0.173
7. Al Kulig
1950
8 42.0 0.190
8. Andy Davis
2000
17 84.1 0.202
9. Jack McGrath
1956
7 34.0 0.206
10. Ross Hellenbrand
2009
16 69.2 0.230
*Determined on a percentage basis, minimum 30 innings
pitched.

WINONA STATE GAME HITTING RECORDS
At Bats
Rk. AB
1.
9
9
9

RBI
Name
Mark Raas
Lance Johnson
Jim Swanson

Opponent
Moorhead State, 5/9/1969 (0-9)

Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961 (0-9)
Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961 (0-9)

Consecutive Times Reached Base
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

AB
18
13
12
12
12

Name
Scott Wanshura
Jeff Ross
Brent Gaustad
Joe Koppi
Lance Johnson

Opponent
April 29-30, 1988
April 7-14, 1975
May 1-4, 1984
May 22, 1981
May 1-5, 1962

Name
Ben Barrone
Travis Zick
Jeremy Kendall
Craig Shromoff
Ken Mallory
Steve Doehne
Dean Schulte
Steve Morgan
Doug Sauer
Bob Rogneby
Frank Jaszewski
Jim Tews

Opponent
West Liberty State, 3/13/2006
Minnesota-Morris, 4/8/2000
Northern State, 4/18/1992
Northern State, 4/18/1992
Southwest State, 4/28/1987
Minnesota-Morris, 5/3/1985
Southwest State, 4/28/1984
St. Cloud State, 5/7/1977
Carleton, 4/8/1974
Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 5/5/55
Northwestern, MN, 5/6/1955
Moorhead State, 5/10/1949

Runs
Rk. R
1.
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Hits
Rk. H
1.
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-5
5-5
5-5
5-6
5-5
5-5
5-5
5-5

Name
Ronnie Olson
Jeff Dobbertin
Travis Zick
Chris Gove
Tom Squier
Tom Schmit
Brent Gaustad
Joe Koppi
Bob Lyons
Jeff Ross
Chuck Zane

Opponent
Bemidji State, 4/2/2010
Minn.-Crookston, 5/10/2001
Bemidji State, 5/1/1999
UW-Eau Claire, 5/14/1992
Northeast Okla., 4/1/1985
St. Mary’s, 4/28/1985
Southwest State, 4/28/1984
Loras, 5/22/1981
UW-La Crosse, 5/19/1975
St. Cloud State, 5/11/1973
Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961

Name
Tom Squier
Tom Schmit
Chuck Zane

Opponent
Northeast Okla., 4/28/1985
St. Mary’s, 4/28/1985
Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961

Hit By Pitch

Rk. RBI Name
1.
10
Dan Walseth
2.
9
Ben Barrone
9
Jeff Radke
9
Roger Leonhardt
9
Bob Rogneby

Opponent
Bemidji State, 5/4/1984
West Liberty State, 3/13/2006
Harris Teachers, 4/3/1975
Bemidji State, 5/18/1963
UW-Eau Claire, 5/5/1959

Inning
1.
7

St. Cloud State, 4/15/1997

Aaron Braund

Walks
Rk. BB
1.
5
2
4

Name
Opponent
Steve Loos
Lock Haven, 3/3/1997
11 players, most recently
Shawn Killebrew Minnesota Duluth, 4/13/1999

Name
Lance Johnson
Brent Gaustad
Dick McNary
Al Connor
Rick Hubbard

Opponent
Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961
Missouri Southern, 5/17/1985
Moorhead State, 5/9/1969
Mankato State, 5/18/1967
Loras, IA, 4/15/1956

Stolen Bases
Rk. SB
1.
5
2
4
4

Name
Jeremy Kendall
Bob Lyons
Jeff Ratner

Putouts
Rk. PO
1.
22
22
3.
20

Opponent
Southwest State, 5/5/1992
Evangel, 3/29/1978
Evangel, 3/29/1978

Name
Dick Gunderson
Dale Timm
Bill Harlos

Opponent
Cal State, PA, 6/5/1962
Saint Mary’s, 5/13/1952
Moorhead State, 5/8/1970

Name
Steve Doehne

Opponent
Minnesota, 5/10/1983

Name
Frank Jaszewski

Opponent
Saint Mary’s, 4/18/1957

Assists
Rk. A
1.
10

Errors
Rk. E
1.
5

Strike Outs
Rk. K
1.
6
2
4
4
4
4

Rk. HBP Name
Opponent
1.
2
23 times, most recently
Reggie Stevens
Southwest Minn. St., 5/12/06

Consecutive Games Without An Error
Rk.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

S
91
79
57
45
43

Name
Brent Gaustad
Tom Riley
Rich Schoeneman
Pete Goodfellow
Dick McNary

Opponent
1983-85 (entire career)
1969-71 (entire career)
May 12, 76 - March 27, 78
March 21, 86 - March 22, 87
May 18, 1969 - June 6, 1972

Passed Balls
Rk. PB
1.
6

Name
Brokken

Opponent
St. Cloud, 5/12/1938

Sacrifices
Rk. S
1.
3

Name
Mike Eckert

Opponent
Bemidji State, 5/6/1988

Singles
Rk. 1B
1.
5
5
5

Runs
Rk. 2B
1.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Name
Opponent
Joe Kley
Bemidji State, 4/3/2010
Nate Van Roekel Concordia-St. Paul, 5/1/2010
Joe Kley
Mesa State, 5/13/2010
Joe Kley
Minn.-Crookston, 4/21/2008
Adam Gust
Concordia-St. Paul, 5/5/2002
Aaron Braund
Mankato State, 4/23/1997
Dan King
Southwest State, 5/13/1994
Brian Hellenbrand Minnesota-Morris, 4/22/1986
Larry Anderson William Jewel, 5/28/1965
Barney Fox
UW-River Falls, 5/25/1951

Triples
Rk. 3B
1.
2

Name
Opponent
16 times, most recently
Tony Mueller
Southwest Minn. St., 4/28/10

Home Runs
Rk. HR
1.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Name
Joe Kley
Ben Barrone
Ben Barrone
Chris Popp
Aaron Braund
Dan Walseth
Doug Sauer

Opponent
Bemidji State, 4/3/2010
Minn.-Crookston, 4/14/2006
Minnesota State, 4/17/2007
UW-Parkside, 4/14/1998
St. Cloud State, 4/15/1997
Bemidji State, 5/4/1984
Carleton, 4/8/1974

Former WSU head coach Gary Grob is a member of the ABCA, NSIC and Winona State Halls of Fame. He
compiled a 1,020-563-10 record in 35 seasons as the Warriors’ skipper.

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE GAME HITTING/PITCHING
Grand Slam Home Runs
Player
Marty Lee
Frank Jaszewski
Ben Cook
Don Behrens
Bob Rogneby
Bob Rogneby
Bob Rogneby
Jon Kosidowski
Roger Leonhardt
Roger Leonhardt
Chuck Zane
Chuck Zane
Rich Decker
Todd Spencer
Dan Halvorson
Tad Bothwell
Ron Evjen
Tad Bothwell
Sam Shea
Jeff Ross
Tad Bothwell
Mike Urbach
Mike Urbach
Doug Sauer
Jeff Fleck
Jeff Radke
Jeff Radke
Jeff Youngbauer
Howie Strey
Jim Hughes
Ron Lenoch
Bob Lyons
Dave Ogren
Steve Morgan
Spin Williams
Bryan Boelter
Steve Morgan
Brad Johnson
Tom Sawyer
Rick Lilla
Tyler Gahn
Dan Walseth
Mark Miller
Warren Sbragia

Batters Faced
Rk.
1.
2.
3.

BF
47
44
41
41
41
41

Opponent
UW-La Crosse, 4/27/1948
Grand View, 5/18/1988
Briar Cliff, 5/14/1987
William Jewel, 5/18/1979
Upper Iowa, 3/30/1967
Minnesota, 4/19/1952

Name
Terry Brecht
Scott Ender
Ev Mueller
Pat Holmes
John Costello
Chuck Weisbrod

Opponent
Southwest State, 5/6/1972
William Jewel, 5/18/1979
UW-La Crosse, 4/27/1948
Minnesota Duluth, 4/16/1994
Grand View, 5/19/1988
St. Cloud State, 4/27/1962

K
21
20
18

Name
Lee Paul
Mark Dilley
Sam Shea

Opponent
Saint Mary’s, (9 inn) 5/13/52
Cal State, PA (10 inn), 6/5/62
Loras (7 inn), 4/15/1970

Consecutive Strikeouts
Rk. K
1.
7
7
3.
6

Name
Chip Schwartz
Mark Dilley
4 tied

Rk. H
1.
16

Name
Jim Swanson

Opponent
Wisconsin-Stout, 5/13/1959
10.

Opponent
Minnesota-Morris, 4/26/1968
Cal State, PA, 6/5/1962

4
4
4
3

Walks
Rk. BB
1.
10
10
10
10
10
10

Name
Pete Johnson
Dick Papenfuss
Dick Papenfuss
Al Kulig
Lee Paul
Lee Paul

Opponent
Northeast Okla., 3/29/1983
Wisconsin-Stout, 5/23/1963
Wisconsin-Stout, 5/9/1961
Mankato State, 5/5/1953
Wartburg, IA, 5/3/1952
St. Mary’s, 5/28/1952

Runs Allowed
Rk. R
1.
13

Name
Greg Verthein

Opponent
Wichita State, 4/13/1982

Earned Runs Allowed

Strikeouts
Rk.
1.
2
3.

Game
vs. North Dakota, March 25, 1985 at Metrodome
at Minnesota-Morris, May 10, 1986
at Southwest State, May 9, 1987
vs. Luther, May 10, 1988
at Minnesota-Morris, May 14, 1988
at Bethel, MN, March 18, 1989
at Illinois Benedictine, March 23, 1989
at Northern State, April 18, 1992
vs. Minnesota-Morris, April 22, 1992
vs. Northern State, April 29, 1995
vs. St. Cloud State, April 15, 1997 (First Game)
vs. St. Cloud State, April 15, 1997 (Second Game)
at Wisconsin-Parkside, April 15, 1998 (First Game)
at Wisconsin-Parkside, April 15, 1998 (Second Game)
at Minnesota Duluth, April 13, 1999
at North Dakota, March 13, 2000 (First Game)
vs. Minnesota-Morris, April 8, 2000 (Second Game)
at Minnesota, Crookston, April 9, 2000 (First Game)
vs. Saint Mary’s, April 7, 2001
vs. Wanye State, NE, April 27, 2001 (First Game)
vs. Viterbo, WI, April 9, 2002 (First Game)
at Southwest State, April 14, 2002 (Third Game)
vs. Rockhurst, MO, April 30, 2002 (First Game)
at Concordia-St. Paul, May 4, 2002 (First Game)
at Wayne State, MI, March 14, 2003 (First Game)
at Wayne State, MI, March 14, 2003 (First Game)
at Minnesota-Morris, April 25, 2003 (First Game)
at Wayne State, NE, April 28, 2004 (First Game)
at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, Feb. 25, 2005
at Northern State, March 25, 2005 (First Game)
vs. Concordia-St. Paul, April 16, 2005 (First Game)
vs. Concordia-St. Paul, April 18, 2005
vs. Upper Iowa, April 23, 2005 (First Game)
at Southwest Minnesota State, May 1, 2005 (First Game)
at West Liberty State, WV, March 13, 2006 (Second Game)
at West Liberty State, WV, March 13, 2006 (Second Game)
at Minnesota, Crookston, April 14, 2006 (Second Game)
at Minnesota Duluth, April 26, 2006 (Second Game)
at St. Rose, NY, March 2, 2007
at Southwest Minnesota State, May 10, 2007
at Bemidji State, April 3, 2010 (Game One)
at Upper Iowa, April 14, 2010 (Game One)
vs. U-Mary, April 18, 2010 (Game Two)

Hits Allowed

Name
Ev Muller
John Costello
Dave Repinski
Scott Ender
Jack Benedict
Al Kulig

At Bats
Rk. AB
1.
13
2.
12
12
4.
11
11
11

Player
Duane Vike
Chris Shimek
Blake Parrish
Scott Wanshura
Scott Wanshura
Rich Gove
Joe Schultz
Craig Shromoff
Jeremy Kendall
Mike Schrupp
Aaron Braund
Chris Popp
Aaron Braund
Shawn Killebrew
Travis Zick
Nick Altavilla
Travis Zick
Mike Van Eperen
Scott Pitzenberger
Nick Altavilla
Kyle Butt
Erik Steigerwald
Jeff Dobbertin
Erik Steigerwald
Adam Gust
Adam Gust
Luke Short
Joe Magee
Dale Zwack
Joe Magee
Joe Korneta
Brett Schmit
Joe Korneta
Dale Zwack
Ben Barrone
Ryan Manske
Ben Barrone
Matt Barrie
Ben Barrone
Mike Wendland
Keith Dencker
Nate Von Rokel
Rob Sill

Game
vs. Wisconsin-Eau Claire, May 18, 1949
at Carleton, May 25, 1955
at Mankato State, May 7, 1956
at Nebraska-Wesleyan, March 31, 1958
vs. Wisconsin-La Crosse, April 28, 1959
vs. Wisconsin-Eau Claire, May 5, 1959
vs. Bemidji State, May 6, 1962
vs. Loras, May 16, 1962
vs. Bemidji State, May 18, 1963
vs. Bemidji State, May 18, 1963
vs. Wisconsin-River Falls, April 19, 1963
at Wisconsin-River Falls, May 5, 1964
vs. Mankato State, May 19, 1968
vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, April 11, 1970
vs. Bemidji State, April 15, 1972
vs. Wisconsin-La Crosse, April 30, 1972
vs. Lea College, May 3, 1972
vs. Wisconsin-La Crosse, April 7, 1973
vs. Moorhead State, April 14, 1973
at Bemidji State, May 4, 1973
vs. St. Cloud State, May 11, 1973
at Morningside, IA, May 25, 1973
at Indiana State, March 30, 1974
vs. Carleton, April 8, 1974
at St. Cloud State, May 12, 1974
at Harris Teachers, April 3, 1975
at Harris Teachers, April 3, 1975
at Wartburg, April 22, 1975
vs. Wartburg, April 19, 1976
at Southwest State, April 30, 1976
vs. Minnesota Duluth, April 9, 1977
at Bemidji State, April 22, 1977
vs. St. Cloud State, May 7, 1977
at Evangel, March 30, 1978
at Evangel, March 30, 1978
at Moorhead State, April 15, 1978
at Wisconsin-La Crosse, May 19, 1978
at Minnesota, April 29, 1980
at Northeast Oklahoma, March 30, 1981
at Southwest State, April 27, 1982
at Wisconsin-Eau Claire, April 29, 1983
vs. Bemidji State, May 4, 1984
at Saint Mary’s, March 7, 1984
vs. Briar Cliff, March 16, 1985 at Metrodome

Rk. ER
1.
11

Name
Greg Verthein

Opponent
Wichita State, 4/13/1982

Hit Batters
Rk. HB
1.
5
2.
4
4
4
4
4

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Name
Tony Nelson
Tony Mueller

Opponent
UW-La Crosse, 5/3/2003
Mesa State, CO, 5/13/2010
Brandon Hellenbrad North Dakota St., 3/20/2004
Josh Schultz
Central Missouri, 2/27/2004
Andrew Larson Northern State, 3/30/2002
Lane Carlson
Southwest State, 4/29/2001

Lane Carlson
Minn., Crookston, 5/10/2001
Brian Kraft
Minnesota-Morris, 4/25/1995
Steve Klunder
Mayville State, 3/26/1992
16 times, most recently
Ross Hellenbrand Wayne State, NE, 5/8/2008

Wild Pitches
Rk. WP Name
1.
5
Andrew DeSousa
2.
4
Don Erdall
4
Tony Nelson
4
Pat Schneider
4
John Doran
4
Marv Berg
4
Larry Anderson
4
Jerry Grebin

Opponent
Central Missouri, 3/22/2009
Wayne State, NE, 4/2/2008
Creighton, 3/20/2004
SIU-Edwardsville, 3/7/1995
Missouri Southern, 4/1/1982
St. Louis, 3/29/1969
UW-Stevens Point, 5/11/1965
UW-La Crosse, 5/25/1954

Most Chances
Rk.
1.
2.
3

C
23
22
21

Name
Dale Timm
Dick Gunderson
Lyle Papenfuss

Opponent
Saint Mary’s, 5/13/1952
Cal State, PA, 6/5/1962
Defiance, OH, 6/7/1961

WINONA STATE TEAM HITTING RECORDS
At Bats
Winona State
Game
60
vs. Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Season 1,716 1998
Opponents
Game
56
Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Season 1,686 2005

Combined
Game
14
Season 197

WSU 12, Northern State 2, March 31, 2004
2005

Triples
Winona State
Game
5
Season 31

Combined
Game
31
Season 652

Sacrifices
vs. Northern State, April 9, 2000
1985

Winona State
Game
5
Season

Combined
Game
116
WSU 60, Defiance, OH 53, June 7, 61
Season 3,393 2005

Runs Scored
Winona State
Game
33
Season 495

vs. UW-La Crosse, April 27, 1961
1985

Opponents
Game
29
Season 385

Mankato State, April 3, 1995
2005

Combined
Game
41
Season 813

WSU 33, UW-La Crosse 8, April 27, 1961
2005

Winona State
Game
32
Season 602

vs. Bemidji State, April 24, 1970
1998

Opponents
Game
26
Season 544

Mankato State, April 23, 2005
2005

Combined
Game
40
WSU 26, Bemidji State 14, April 24, 1999
Season 1,121 2005

Extra Base Hits
Winona State
Game
16
Season 206

vs. Bemidji State, April 24, 1970
2005

Opponents
Game
11
Season 149

Mankato State, April 3, 1995
2005

Wisconsin-River Falls, May 24, 1949
Luther, April 18, 1942
1978, 1985

Opponents
Game
5
Season 68

St. Cloud State, May 7, 1976
2005

Combined
Game
5
Season 48

WSU 5, Northern State 0, April 9, 2000
1985

Combined
Game
7
Season 138

WSU 4, Defiance, OH 3, June 7, 1961
2005

Home Runs

Hit By Pitch

Winona State
Game
11
Season 77

Winona State
Game
6

vs. Bemidji State, April 24, 1970
1998

WSU 16, Bemidji State 2, April 24, 1970
2005

Southwest State, May 3, 1974
2005

Opponents
Game
6
Season 65

Northern Illinois, March 26, 2002
2005

Combined
Game
12
Season 120

WSU 11, Bemidji State 1, April 24, 1970
2005

Combined
Game
8
8
Season 112

WSU 2, Northern Illinois 6, Mar. 26, 2002
WSU 5, Minnesota-Morris 3, April 8, 2000
2000

Winona State
Game
28
Season 431

vs. Minnesota-Morris, April 8, 2000
1985

Runs Scored, 1 Inning

Opponents
Game
26
Season 340

Mankato State, April 3, 1995
2005

RBI

Combined
Game
33
Season 732

WSU
Opp.
Both

WSU 21, Harris Teachers 12, April 3, 1975
2005

Opp.

RBI in a Shutout
Winona State
Game
25

vs. Northern State, April 23, 1982

Opponents
Game
22

UW-La Crosse, April 29, 1946

vs. Lock Haven, March 3, 1997
vs. Southwest State, May 9, 1987
vs. UW-Eau Claire, April 3, 1984
1985

Opponents
Game
16
Season 395

UW-La Crosse, April 29, 1946
2005

Opponents
Game
20
Season 294

Upper Iowa, April 15, 2004
1985

Combined
Game
29
Season 766

WSU 20, Northern State 9, April 20, 1970
2005

Combined
Game
29
Season 629

WSU 16, Southwest State 13, May 9, 1987
1985

432

Doubles

13
13
11
11
14
14

vs. Southwest State, April 27, 1984 (7th)
vs. Northern Iowa, April 20, 1963 (2nd)
Mankato State, April 3, 1995 (5th)
Bemidji State, May 9, 1982 (4th)
WSU 13, Southwest State 1, April 27, 1984
WSU 13, Northern Iowa 1, April 20, 1963

Consecutive Batters Scores
WSU
Opp.

WSU

vs. Northern State, April 20, 1964
vs. UW-La Crosse, May 19, 1964
1985

Season

vs. Southwest State, April 27, 1984 (7th)
Mankato State, April 20, 1994 (5th)
WSU 19, Southwest State 0, April 27, 1984

13
14

vs. Northern State, April 23, 1982
Bemidji State, May 9, 1982

Consecutive Home Runs

Winona State
Game
16
16
16
Season 335

Winona State
Game
20

19
15
19

Hits, 1 Inning
WSU

Walks

Singles

67

4 times, most recently
vs. West Liberty State, March 13, 2006
2002

Opponents
Game
5
Season 55

Both

Combined
Game
18
Season 355

70

6 times, most recently
vs. Rockhurst, MO, March 22, 2003
2005

Opponents
Game
3
3
Season 17

Season

Hits

WSU 9, Cal State PA 22, June 5, 1962
1998

Strikeouts

Batting Average (Season)
WSU

Opp.

Winona State
Game
12
Season 113

vs. Southwest State, March 31, 2004
2005

Winona State
Game
19
Season 326

St. Louis, April 1, 1966
2005

Opponents
Game
8
Season 90

Grand View, March 29, 1986
1992

Opponents
Game
22
Season 400

California State, PA, June 5, 1962
1998

3
vs. Southwest State, April 13, 2002
Mike Spaeth, Ken Halverson, Andrew Polehna
3
vs. Saint Mary’s, April 7, 2001
Scott Pitzenberger, Travis Zick, Nolan Gilbertson
3
vs. Saint Mary’s, April 7, 2001
Travis Zick, Nolan Gilbertson, Nick Altavilla
3
vs. South Dakota, March 7, 1997
Mike Welch, Joe Zydowski, Chris Popp
3
vs. Bemidji State, April 24, 1970
Todd Spencer, John Riles, Dan Halverson

.354
.351
.351
.301
.284
.283

1984
1998
1988
2006
1987
1994

Batting Average (Lowest)
WSU
Opp.

.206
.172

1952
1952

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE TEAM HITTING RECORDS
Errors
Winona State
Game
11
Season 111
Fewest 30

vs. UW-La Crosse, April 22, 1942
1982
1964

Opponents
Game
10
10
10
10
Season 115

Minnesota-Morris, April 27, 1973
Lewis College, June 5, 1963
Rockhurst, April 21, 1951
Moorhead State, May 20, 1949
1985

Opponent
Minnesota, Crookston
Concordia-St. Paul
North Dakota
Oklahoma Baptist
Evangel College
Southwest State
SIU-Edwardsville
Season

Combined
Game
17
Season 206

WSU 7, Moorhead State 10, May 20, 1949
1985

Date
April 15, 2007
April 16, 2005
March 13, 2000
April 2, 1985
March 30, 1978
April 30, 1976
March 30, 1973

Triple Plays
Players
Dru Mickelson, Ben Smothers, Kyle Rodenkirk
Reggie Stevens, Craig Dolence
Shea Mueske, Travis Welch, Travis Zick
Brian Hellenbrand, Chris Mosson, Dean Schulte
Steve Morgan, Buddy O’Connell, Steve Braser, Bob Lyons
Jeff Radke, Jim Hughes, Dave Anderson
Jeff Youngbauer, Doug Sauer, Craig Anderson, Tad Bothwell

1,925 1992

Combined
Game
148
WSU 73, Defiance, OH 75, June 7, 1961
Season 3,849 1992

Passed Balls
Winona State
Game
6
Season 20
Fewest 2

vs. St. Cloud State, May 12, 1938
1952, 2002
1967, 1973

Opponents
Game
6
Season 19

UW-River Falls, May 19, 1956
1998

Combined
Game
6
6
Season 32

WSU 0, UW-River Falls 6, May 19, 1956
WSU 6, St. Cloud State 0, May 12, 1938
1998

Fielding Percentage
Winona State
Season .970
Lowest .907

1973
1949

Chances
Winona State
Game
73
vs. Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Season 1,924 1992
Opponents
Game
75

Putouts
Winona State
Game
48
vs. Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Season 1,292 1992
Opponents
Game
48
Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Season 1,292 1992

Double Plays
Winona State
Game
4
4
Season 49

vs. Southwest State, April 28, 2001
vs. Spring Arbor, May 25, 1992
1985

Opponents
Game
4
4
4
4
Season 51

Avila, MO, May 19, 1994
Viterbo, May 10, 1994
Missouri Southern, March 25, 1984
UW-Oshkosh, May 25, 1973
1994

Combined
Game
5

Combined
Game
96
WSU 48, Defiance, OH 48, June 7, 1961
Season 2,584 1992

Season

Assists

Winona State
Season 36

Winona State
Game
25
Season 528
Opponents
Game
23
Season 532

vs. Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
1992

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Consecutive Errorless Innings

Missouri Southern, May 17, 1985
1992

April 18 - April 25, 1992

Consecutive Errorless Games
Winona State
Season 5

Combined
Game
45
WSU 25, Defiance, OH 20, June 7, 1961
Season 1,060 1992

Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961

95

6 times, most recently
WSU 4, Southwest State 1, April 28, 2001
1985

April 22 - April 25, 1992

WINONA STATE SEASON-BY-SEASON
Year-by-Year Offensive Records
Season
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999

G
15
18
16
18
23
19
21
21
18
18
23
21
31
24
30
19
22
29
28
32
30
28
39
41
33
31
38
44
51
50
46
37
49
45
39
43
58
47
50
54
57
50
47
61
44
52
43
55
50
56
52

AB
521
613
508
605
689
584

R
H AVG
2B
80
143
.274
21
183
198
.323
30
88
124
.244
13
146
157
.260
15
89
141
.205
23
114
154
.264
15
Incomplete team statistics
666 177
217
.326
29
622 126
166
.267
26
507
85
122
.241
18
543 146
154
.284
22
698 164
206
.295
31
625 116
179
.286
25
1012 229
297
.293
40
700 178
209
.299
30
936 214
287
.307
59
583 121
182
.312
30
729 130
192
.263
39
830 133
207
.249
31
805 135
198
.246
28
917 161
246
.268
49
866 142
224
.259
29
776 142
218
.281
36
1071 217
302
.282
47
1104 202
293
.265
54
986 210
290
.294
46
867 198
291
.336
40
1088 243
326
.300
52
1249 302
406
.325
74
1398 339
388
.278
73
1352 299
378
.280
68
1247 247
351
.281
85
1017 221
289
.284
38
1363 317
430
.315
65
1170 264
342
.292
56
1112 283
366
.329
72
1275 358
451
.354
75
1688 495
588
.348
94
1264 295
411
.325
86
1396 294
442
.317
70
1561 434
548
.351 105
1605 395
511
.319
93
1382 336
441
.319
71
1345 278
417
.310
62
1710 344
503
.294
79
1244 250
366
.294
65
1440 273
427
.297
71
1139 225
343
.301
66
1559 277
435
.279
83
1431 370
478
.334
89
1716 449
602
.351
99
1540 363
496
.322
88

3B
4
11
2
7
5
6

HR
4
20
10
13
6
6

RBI
67
121
67
125
62
82

SB
6
24
9
18
23
21

Sac
3
1
7
11
6
11

BB
60
101
59
114
97
98

HP
8
10
8
9
9
10

10
2
2
15
7
3
13
8
9
5
5
5
7
10
9
2
11
8
3
12
15
9
5
8
7
11
24
10
16
19
31
27
18
24
13
18
7
19
9
5
8
15
10
18
13

20
10
2
15
9
12
16
21
19
17
17
23
13
26
19
25
31
33
40
38
17
37
43
37
21
31
19
32
34
30
31
25
26
45
32
33
34
28
13
14
19
19
57
77
34

138
95
43
118
133
88
199
161
188
91
115
108
106
144
117
129
184
167
181
180
216
265
275
248
215
179
253
228
235
317
431
257
252
394
356
279
254
295
215
234
196
239
321
406
311

23
28
13
20
15
13
40
28
24
11
23
41
59
38
72
67
72
74
45
42
39
52
61
137
78
70
74
75
63
69
78
80
82
104
-64
94
119
43
92
41
74
73
62
62

20
16
-14
17
11
22
18
26
5
19
19
26
16
17
16
21
27
10
16
26
36
39
44
38
29
32
34
21
37
39
36
28
38
-34
24
152
56
40
31
29
48
65
47

100
125
63
124
99
75
155
138
90
44
78
101
102
81
108
122
154
156
135
106
179
223
303
263
182
163
179
185
183
217
335
214
203
277
290
184
191
236
166
208
156
201
178
210
171

12
11
6
12
7
9
5
3
7
10
6
8
7
-7
9
9
14
11
8
12
18
25
13
19
8
9
27
21
15
20
17
25
31
-36
19
38
16
32
22
37
46
20
43

SO
82
66
99
78
147
95

PO
-393
355
444
538
--

102
498
124
487
91
411
104
414
131
516
108
463
164
729
113
503
154
657
90
401
160
560
162
646
177
795
180
702
172
687
144
606
242
827
263
899
211
731
115
651
154
803
168
925
232 1058
230 1060
223
943
166
758
135
958
188
845
173
805
133
872
202 1201
182
928
202 1012
218 1096
243 1239
172 1034
185
940
222 1292
228
926
182 1100
169
848
250 1154
237 1027
252 1232
219 1117

A
-161
151
142
198
--

E Field%
48
.918
57
.907
33
.939
32
.947
65
.919
40
.909

156 49
185 50
176 37
158 35
171 46
179 57
261 67
168 50
221 48
140 30
213 54
271 59
-- 52
256 56
263 44
195 44
305 63
332 47
266 31
264 44
507 60
879 68
439 74
439 101
415 84
270 63
413 73
385 56
318 65
413 75
494 91
376 60
415 70
368 98
490 109
433 93
377 96
528 104
369 71
495 78
353 76
482 99
429 82
464 93
493 71

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

.930
.931
.941
.942
.937
.918
.937
.930
.948
.947
.935
.940
.939
.945
.956
.948
.947
.963
.970
.954
.956
.950
.951
.937
.942
.961
.949
.912
.945
.946
.949
.956
.953
.937
.941
.940
.932
.946
.948
.953
.940
.943
.947
.948
.958

WINONA STATE SEASON-BY-SEASON
Year-by-Year Offensive Records
Season
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

G
56
45
50
38
57
54
48
44
42
50
52

AB
1671
1300
1488
1081
1665
1707
1433
1359
1226
1528
1694

R
398
269
387
271
401
428
356
315
257
348
435

H
547
380
490
343
543
577
492
430
393
486
567

AVG
.327
.292
.329
.317
.326
.338
.343
.316
.321
.318
.335

2B
96
58
83
72
122
113
92
95
68
89
121

3B
19
12
13
6
18
28
15
7
10
17
13

HR
36
37
66
36
52
65
58
53
14
40
70

RBI
353
242
343
237
357
392
322
289
225
196
395

SB
79
55
58
52
94
47
61
43
38
87
70

Sac
64
40
57
47
76
79
34
54
41
39
45

BB
202
141
185
130
237
225
174
145
139
181
177

HP
55
40
45
19
41
44
29
46
29
46
41

SO
217
174
242
145
307
326
242
272
226
314
270

PO
1223
1002
1076
784
1247
1210
1018
1000
886
1096
1207

A
473
402
435
337
503
498
378
394
299
379
472

E Field%
78
.956
53
.964
88
.945
70
.941
98
.947
92
.949
63
.957
69
.953
63
.950
65
.958
68
.961

Year-by-Year Pitching Records
Season
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986

W-L
8-7
14-4
10-5
13-5
15-8
16-2
15-6
11-10
9-9
15-3
16-7
12-9
19-12
19-5
23-7
10-9
11-10
18-11
18-10
22-9
18-12
18-10
28-11
29-12
25-7
22-9
25-13
33-11
31-20
21-29
26-20
26-11
34-14
20-25
22-17
30-11
46-12
29-17

ERA
G
CG
SV
SHO
3.05
25
6
1
0
3.08
31
6
-0
3.33
28
7
1
3
3.67
18
7
5
4
3.71
23
12
1
1
2.38
19
13
1
1
Incomplete team statistics
4.01
21
11
1
0
3.00
21
8
0
1
2.98
18
10
0
3
3.52
18
5
2
1
3.75
23
14
0
0
5.07
21
13
0
1
4.92
31
18
0
0
2.07
24
13
-6
2.64
30
17
3
4
4.17
19
8
4
1
4.19
21
5
2
1
3.51
29
16
1
1
3.08
28
14
7
3
2.74
31
19
3
2
3.72
30
11
1
5
1.69
28
14
1
4
3.02
39
23
3
4
1.89
41
19
1
11
2.87
32
22
1
6
3.10
31
11
6
4
3.79
38
21
3
7
4.13
44
17
8
6
4.54
51
22
6
9
4.78
50
17
4
7
3.33
46
23
5
6
4.27
37
17
5
3
4.49
48
21
8
5
5.58
45
21
3
4
5.72
39
6
12
2
3.43
41
10
15
2
4.92
58
15
20
3
4.71
46
14
6
8

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

IP
124.0
146.1
130.1
147.0
187.0
147.1

H
113
135
104
104
124
112

R
71
99
64
73
109
61

ER
42
50
49
60
77
39

BB
53
80
45
82
114
84

K
76
103
96
183
162
157

WP
-2
2
13
10
7

PB
-5
4
6
10
7

BF
484
588
544
536
722
648

164.0
159.0
130.0
138.0
173.0
154.1
239.2
178.1
218.0
138.0
186.2
215.1
210.2
236.1
229.2
202.0
280.0
299.2
247.2
217.2
287.2
311.1
357.0
345.2
322.0
252.2
329.0
287.2
250.0
291.1
400.1
309.1

125
147
112
116
153
152
231
129
173
121
172
185
167
188
174
124
235
205
206
171
245
326
377
378
295
263
353
311
291
274
411
306

96
102
81
75
102
106
159
73
95
86
122
119
108
115
121
62
142
94
97
105
151
187
228
299
174
168
181
263
210
166
277
198

73
53
43
54
72
87
131
41
64
64
87
84
72
72
95
38
94
63
79
75
121
143
180
243
119
120
164
178
159
111
219
162

99
52
69
79
54
109
164
76
92
62
97
117
137
107
173
85
166
153
91
107
137
164
204
263
160
139
166
173
178
179
294
195

190
132
133
130
176
105
190
181
207
93
140
193
189
232
261
262
292
307
229
207
188
232
272
230
222
230
222
196
188
199
292
244

12
8
0
0
2
13
0
3
2
--31
14
18
11
14
17
9
9
11
19
18
20
42
22
27
14
16
27
15
33
27

9
6
6
8
3
3
10
-7
--2
10
13
8
8
9
8
3
4
5
12
12
13
9
10
11
13
11
12
17
19

618
621
515
522
667
608
978
-837
---924
895
838
713
1011
1067
892
815
1043
1185
1384
1352
1211
987
--1057
----

WINONA STATE SEASON-BY-SEASON
Year-by-Year Pitching Records
Season
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

W-L
27-23
36-18
40-17
35-15
28-19
34-27
24-20
26-25
23-19
28-27
33-17
37-19
34-17
42-14
33-12
34-16
21-17
33-23
28-26
28-20
29-15
21-21
29-21
36-16

ERA
5.52
5.61
4.96
4.25
4.91
4.35
4.69
5.38
4.90
4.12
5.64
4.54
4.04
3.33
3.31
5.55
7.16
5.85
6.90
5.91
4.54
4.48
6.04
5.68

G
50
54
57
50
47
61
44
52
43
55
50
56
52
56
45
50
38
57
54
48
44
42
50
52

CG
14
22
17
21
9
31
17
18
24
34
24
23
12
7
14
7
4
13
8
4
5
7
9
7

SV
9
5
10
7
10
14
5
7
5
1
4
9
9
14
10
10
9
13
6
7
8
3
3
9

SHO
3
3
1
6
1
7
2
5
7
5
5
7
6
9
8
1
4
4
2
4
5
4
7
1

IP
337.1
378.0
403.1
347.2
341.0
430.2
308.2
366.2
282.2
384.2
342.1
410.2
372.1
407.2
334.0
358.2
261.1
415.2
403.1
339.1
333.1
295.1
365.1
402.1

H
388
445
437
351
374
462
360
411
313
170
378
417
353
151
342
405
208
541
544
414
347
299
453
487

R
263
300
283
228
262
304
204
278
202
257
258
267
215
360
163
277
319
351
385
276
213
194
284
297

ER
207
236
221
164
186
208
161
219
154
176
215
207
167
210
123
221
255
270
309
223
168
147
245
254

BB
213
160
234
164
193
249
146
188
123
170
193
186
167
143
105
177
133
145
160
126
163
137
155
155

K
247
253
286
221
219
295
231
254
209
254
246
400
284
371
256
301
161
284
276
285
311
273
343
302

WP
48
22
-31
37
49
34
30
32
29
28
51
34
39
23
39
37
30
40
29
33
34
59
40

PB
19
23
30
25
37
42
23
32
39
41
48
36
40
49
43
67
48
83
65
63
45
40
30
52

BF
----1367
2054
1464
1722
1326
1751
1638
1872
1419
1546
1276
1439
1069
1742
1686
1377
1298
1144
1498
1619

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE YEAR-BY-YEAR
Year-By-Year Records
Year
1919
1920
1921-35
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944-45
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

Coach
T.O. Dillion
T.O. Dillion
No Baseball
Stan Pawelek
Stan Pawelek
Stan Pawelek
Stan Pawelek
Stan Pawelek
Charles Fisk
Fisk/Galligan
Glen Galligan
No Baseball
Charles Fisk
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Lyle Arns
Lyle Arns
Lyle Arns
Lyle Arns
Lyle Arns
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Madeo Molinari
Madeo Molinari
Joe Gerlach
Joe Gerlach
Joe Gerlach
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Luther McCown
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob

W
1
4

L
4
4

T
0
0

Pct.
.200
.500

1
3
1
4
6
4
3
4

1
2
8
8
6
7
5
5

2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

.500
.600
.111
.333
.500
.364
.375
.444

1
6
8
14
11
13
15
16
12
15
11
9
15
16
12
19
19
23
9
11
18
18
22
18
18
28
29
25
21

6
4
7
4
5
5
8
3
6
6
10
9
3
7
9
12
5
7
9
10
11
10
9
12
10
11
12
7
10

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0

.143
.591
.533
.778
.688
.722
.652
.842
.667
.714
.524
.500
.833
.687
.571
.613
.792
.767
.500
.523
.621
.643
.703
.600
.643
.718
.707
.773
.677

Year
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Totals

Coach
Dwight Marston
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock
Kyle Poock

W
25
33
31
29
26
27
34
20
22
30
46
29
27
36
40
35
28
34
24
26
23
28
33
37
34
42
33
34
21
33
28
28
29
21
29
36
1574

L
13
11
20
21
20
9
14
25
17
11
12
17
23
18
17
15
19
27
20
25
19
27
17
19
17
14
12
16
17
23
26
20
15
21
21
16
931

T
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
16

Pct.
.632
.750
.608
.580
.565
.773
.750
.444
.564
.721
.793
.628
.540
.667
.701
.700
.596
.557
.545
.510
.548
.509
.660
.661
.667
.750
.733
.680
.553
.588
.519
.583
.659
.500
.580
.692
.628

*Charles Fisk coached the first two games of the 1942
season before joining the U.S. Navy. Glen Galligan
completed the final six games of the season as coach.

Coaching Wins
Coach
Gary Grob
Kyle Poock
Luther McCown
Lyle Arns
Joe Gerlach
Dwight Marsten
Madeo Molinari
Stan Pawelek
Glen Galligan
T.O. Dillion
Totals

Years
35
8
10
5
3
1
2
5
1.75
2.25
73

W
1020
225
132
69
47
25
24
15
7
5
1574

L
563
159
75
25
28
13
12
25
8
15
931

T
10
1
3
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
16

Pct
.643
.586
.638
.734
.627
.658
.667
.375
.467
.250
.628

Coaching Winning Percentage
Coach
Lyle Arns
Madeo Molinari
Dwight Marsten
Gary Grob
Luther McCown
Joe Gerlach
Kyle Poock
Glen Galligan
T.O. Dillion
Stan Pawelek
Charles Fisk
Totals

Years
5
2
1
35
10
3
8
1.75
2
5
2.25
73

W
69
24
25
1020
132
47
225
7
5
15
5
1574

L
25
12
13
563
75
28
159
8
8
25
15
931

T
0
0
0
10
3
0
1
0
0
2
0
16

Pct
.734
.667
.658
.643
.638
.627
.586
.467
.385
.375
.250
.628

W
1020
132
225
69
15
47
5
24
5
7
25
1574

L
563
75
159
25
25
28
15
12
8
8
13
931

T
10
3
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
16

Pct
.643
.638
.586
.734
.375
.627
.250
.667
.386
.467
.658
.628

G
W
L
1593 1020 563
385 225 159
210 132 75
94
69 25
75
47 28
42
15 25
38
25 13
36
24 12
20
5
15
15
7
8
2
5
8
2505 1574 931

T
10
1
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
16

Pct
.643
.586
.638
.734
.627
.375
.658
.667
.250
.467
.385
.628

Years Coached
Coach
Gary Grob
Luther McCown
Kyle Poock
Lyle Arns
Stan Pawelek
Joe Gerlach
Charles Fisk
Madeo Molinari
T.O. Dillion
Glen Galligan
Dwight Marsten
Totals

Years
35
10
8
5
5
3
2.25
2
2
1.75
1
73

Games Coached
Coach
Gary Grob
Kyle Poock
Luther McCown
Lyle Arns
Joe Gerlach
Stan Pawelek
Dwight Marsten
Madeo Molinari
Charles Fisk
Glen Galligan
T.O. Dillion
Totals

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

WINONA STATE POSTSEASON RESULTS
Conf
1961
1962
1963
1965
1966
1968
1971
1972
1973
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Totals

NAIA
District

NAIA
NAIA
Area World Series
2-0
0-2
2-0
2-2
3-0
2-2
1-2
1-2
2-2
0-2
4-1
0-2
2-2
3-2
2-2
0-2
2-2
2-2

1-0
1-0
2-0
4-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-1
2-0
2-0
1-2
2-2

2-2
2-2
3-1
0-2
3-0
2-2
1-2
2-2
1-2
0-2
3-0
0-2
0-2
1-2
23-27

Overall Postseason Totals:

2-0
0-2
3-0
3-2
2-0
3-0
4-1
2-2
2-2
4-1
1-2
3-0

NCAA
Region

3-2
0-2
0-2
4-1
3-2

0-2

3-0

2-2

1-2

2-2
0-2

0-2

49-13
118-90

40-32

6-12

0-2
2-8

.567

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WINONA STATE TEAM RECORDS
Most Games Played
61, 1992

Most Home Losses, Season
7, 1979

Most Wins
46, 1985

Consecutive Home Wins
29, 1973-75, 1984-86

Most Losses
27, 1992

Consecutive Home Losses
4, 1937-39, 1939, 1941-42, 1946

Winning Percentage
.842, 1953 (16-3)

Best Road Record, Season
12-1, 1953 (.931)

Saves
20, 1985

Most Road Wins, Season
27, 1985

Innings Pitched
430.2, 1992

Most Road Losses, Season
23, 1982

Complete Games
31, 1992

Consecutive Road Wins
12, 1953

Shutouts
11, 1972

Consecutive Road Losses
10, 1965-66

Consecutive Shutout Innings
27, April 11 - April 15, 1972

Most Batters in One Inning
23, vs. Southwest State, April 28, 1984

Consecutive Innings Shutout
24, April 1 - April 8, 1966
Most Innings Played
16, vs. Defiance, OH, June 7, 1961
Winning Streak
22, 2000 (overall)
22, Final 7 of 1999 and first 15 of 2000 (NSIC)
Losing Streak
7, 1992, 1994 (overall)
4, 1970-71, 1978, 2005 (NSIC)
Largest Margin of Victory
25 runs, vs. Southwest St., April 28, 1984 (27-2)
25 runs, vs. Northern State, April 23, 1982 (25-0)
25 runs, vs. UW-La Crosse, April 27, 1961 (33-8)
25 runs, vs. Northwestern, May 6, 1955 (26-1)
Consecutive Shutout Innings
27, April 11 - April 15, 1972
Consecutive Innings Shutout
24, April 1 - April 8, 1966

Championships
NIC Regular Season Champions
(10)
1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953,
1954, 1955, 1957, 1958
NSIC Regular Season Champions
(21)
1961, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1972, 1973, 1975,
1977, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988,
1989, 1990, 1991, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2001
NSIC Tournament Champions
(3)
1990, 2000, 2007
NCAA District 13 Champions
(20)
1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1971, 1972,
1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981,
1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994

Consecutive games without being shutout:
137, April 26, 1996 through March 16, 1999.
Undefeated Home Seasons
16-0, 1974
10-0, 1949
6-0, 1951
Most Home Wins, Season
23, 1989

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

NCAA Area IV Champions
(6)
1961, 1962, 1963, 1972, 1988, 1992

World Series Appearances
1961
Lost, East Carolina, 4-8
Lost, Defiance, OH, 9-10 (16 innings)
1962 (4th)
Won, California State, PA, 6-3 (13 innings)
Lost, Georgia Southern, 0-1
Won, California State, PA, 7-0
Lost, Lewis, IL, 3-5
1963 (4th)
Lost, Mayville State, ND, 11-13
Won, California State, PA, 4-1
Won, Lewis, IL, 12-3
Lost, East Carolina, 2-10
1972
Lost, LaVerne, CA, 3-4
Lost, Oklahoma Christian, 3-5
1988
Lost, St. Xavier, IL, 5-9
Lost, Georgetown, KY, 3-10
1992 (3rd)
Lost, Lewis Clark State, ID, 0-20
Won, Spring Arbor, MI, 5-4
Won, Auburn-Montgomery, AL, 6-4
Lost, Lewis Clark State, ID, 1-8

Warriors in the Pros
Warriors who signed professional contracts
J.D. Barnett, 1966
Dennis Iverson, 1968
Hank Zacharias, 1968
Dan Halverson, 1971
Bob Pierce, 1971
Tad Bothwell, 1973
Lee Boettcher, 1973
Jeff Youngbauer, 1975
Tim Fagley, 1979
Spin Williams, 1979
Scott Ender, 1980
Robin Rusch, 1981
Jeremy Kendall, 1992
Curry Deutsch, 1994
Andy Wiedl, 1998
Aaron Braund
Jeff Weinkauf

WINONA STATE AWARD WINNERS
All-Americans
Rawlings/ABCA All-American
Aaron Braund, DH (First Team)
1998
Joe Korneta, DH (Third Team)
2005
NAIA All-American
Lance Johnson, OF (First Team)
Jon Kosidowski, P/OF (First Team)
Todd Spencer, SS (HM)
Terry Brecht, P (HM)
Lee Boettcher, P (HM)
Terry Brecht, P (HM)
Doug Sauer, 3B (HM)
Jeff Youngbauer, OF (HM)
Jeff Youngbauer, OF (Second Team)
Jeff Kroschel, P (HM)
Dick Sauer, SS (HM)
Howie Strey, 1B (HM)
Jeff Youngbauer, OF (HM)
Jeff Fleck, OF (HM)
Howie Strey, 1B (HM)
Mike Huettl, OF (Second Team)
Bob Lyone, 3B (HM)
Steve Young, OF (HM)
Bob Bosche, 1B (HM)
Clint Faas, OF (HM)
Robin Rusch, P (HM)
Rich Meier, OF (HM)
Dan Walseth, SS (HM)
Warren Sbragia, SS (HM)
Dean Schulte, 2B (HM)
Duane Vike, OF (HM)
Jon Wisecup, P (HM)
Dan Walseth, 2B (HM)
Brian Hellenbrand, SS (HM)
Dave Repinski, P (HM)
Scott Wanshura, DH (First Team)
Dean Barkey, SS (HM)
John Costello, P (HM)
Scott Cozad, OF (HM)
Chris Shimek, 2B (HM)
Scott Wanshura, DH (Second Team)
Dan Galvin, C (HM)
Brad Lange, P (HM)
Jeremy Kendall, OF (HM)
Jeff Maschka, 3B (HM)
Chris Gove, OF (HM)
Pat Holmes, P (HM)

1962
1963
1970
1972
1973
1973
1973
1973
1974
1975
1975
1975
1975
1976
1976
1977
1978
1980
1981
1981
1981
1983
1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1992
1993
1994
1994

Regional Awards
Rawlings/ABCA Central Region
Player of the Year
Ben Barrone, C
2007
Daktronics All-Central Region
Ben Barrone, C (First Team)
Bryan Ruff, P (Second Team)
Ross Hellenbrand, DH (Second Team)
Tony Mueller, OF (Second Team)

2007
2007
2009
2010

NCBWA All-Region
Joe Magee, OF (First Team)
Ben Barrone, C (Second Team)
Reggie Stevens, SS (Second Team)
Ben Barrone, C (First Team)
Bryan Ruff, P (Second Team)
Tony Mueller, OF (Second Team)

2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2010

Rawlings/ABCA All-Central Region
Chris Popp, 3B (First Team)
1997
Aaron Braund, C (Second Team)
1997
Matt Hoppenstedt, P (Second Team)
1997
Jamie Olson, SS (Second Team)
1997
Aaron Braund, 3B (First Team)
1998
Andy Wiedl, P (First Team)
1998
Chris Popp, DH (Second Team)
1998
Mike Welch, OF (Second Team)
1998
Jason Moe, 3B (Second Team)
1999
Travis Zick, 1B (First Team)
2000
Nick Altavilla, OF (Second Team)
2000
Andy Davis, P (Second Team)
2000
Dan Weinkauf, P (Second Team)
2001
Kyle Butt, 1B (First Team)
2002
Brandon Hellenbrand, P (First Team)
2004
Ben Vazquez, OF (First Team)
2004
Joe Korneta, DH (First Team)
2005
Dale Zwack, 3B (First Team)
2005
Brett Schmit, OF (Second Team)
2005
Reggie Stevens, SS (Second Team)
2005
Ben Barrone, C (Second Team)
2006
Joe Magee, OF (Second Team)
2006
Ben Barrone, C (First Team)
2007
Bryan Ruff, P (Second Team)
2007
Mike Wendland, OF (Second Team)
2007
Ronnie Olson, 2B (Second Team)
2008
Tony Mueller, OF (First Team)
2010
Ronnie Olson, 2B (Second Team)
2010
NAIA All-District
Bill Harlos, C
Todd Spencer, SS
Greg Stenzenski, P
Loren Benz, OF
Jeff Ross, 3B
Todd Spencer, SS
Terry Brecht, P
Steve Krinke, P
Dick McNary, 1B
Lee Boettcher, P
Terry Brecht, P
Jeff Ross, C
Doug Sauer, 3B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Lee Boettcher, P
Terry Brecht, P
Doug Sauer, 3B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Jeff Kroschel, P
Dick Sauer, 2B
Howie Strey, 1B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Gary Ahrens, 2B

1970
1970
1970
1971
1971
1971
1972
1972
1972
1973
1973
1973
1973
1973
1974
1974
1974
1974
1975
1975
1975
1975
1976

Jeff Fleck, OF
Paul Rader, P
Howie Strey, DH
Gary Ahrens, 2B
Mike Case, P
Mike Huettl, OF
Ron Lenoch, SS
Jeff Radke, C
Tim Fagley, P
Bob Lyons, 3B
Rich Schoeneman, 1B
Spin Williams, DH
Bryan Boelter, OF
Buddy O’Connell, 2B
Gerrard Rohl, C
Brad Spitzack, P
Spin Williams, 1B
Scott Ender, P
Steve Young, OF
Bob Boesche, SS
Mike Connor, DH
Clint Faas, OF
Brad Johnson, 2B
Rich Meier, OF
Robin Rusch, P
Greg Verthein, P
Tim Riedl, 1B
Steve Doehne, SS
Brad McAreavy, 2B
Rick Lilla, C
Rich Meier, OF
Tom Sawyer, OF
Brian Barnholt, DH
Ted Benson, P
Brent Gaustad, OF
Brian Hansche, P
Dean Schulte, 2B
Tom Squier, OF
Dan Walseth, 1B
Chris Mosson, C
Warren Sbragia, SS
Dean Schulte, 2B
Tom Squier, OF
Duane Vike, OF
Dan Walseth, 1B
John Wisecup, P
Scott Cozad, OF
Pete Goodfellow, OF
Brian Hellenbrand, SS
Todd Kieffer, P
Chris Mosson, C
Dan Walseth, 1B
Jon Wisecup, P
Scott Cozad, OF
Brian Hellenbrand, SS
Ken Mallory, 1B
Dave Repinski, P
Scott Wanshura, DH
Dean Barkey, INF
John Costello, P
Scott Cozad, OF
Brad Lange, P

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1976
1976
1976
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1978
1978
1979
1979
1979
1979
1979
1980
1980
1981
1981
1981
1981
1981
1981
1981
1982
1983
1983
1983
1983
1983
1984
1984
1984
1984
1984
1984
1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1987
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988

WINONA STATE AWARD WINNERS
Chris Shimek, 2B
Scott Wanshura, DH
Mike Eckert, 1B
Dan Galvin, C
Brad Lange, P
Mike Scanlan, OF
Scott Wanshura, DH
Todd Wanshura, 2B
Bob Bernier, 3B
Bruce Draeger, C
Rich Gove, OF
Tim Poock, P
Craig Shromoff, OF
Todd Wanshura, 2B
Kevin Brown, P
Bruce Draeger, C
Rich Gove, 3B
Jeremy Kendall, OF
Ken Vincent, P
Jeremy Kendall, OF
Jeff Maschka, 3B
Brad Pelzek, P
Joe Taschetta, P
Ken Vincent, OF
Brian Cada, C
Kevin Daleness, OF
Chris Gove, 1B
Jeff Maschka, 3B
Brad Pelzek, P
Joe Teschetta, P
Brian Cada, C
Chris Gove, OF
Pat Holmes, P
Jeff Maschka, 3B
Brad Pelzek, P

1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1989
1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1991
1991
1991
1991
1991
1992
1992
1992
1992
1992
1993
1993
1993
1993
1993
1993
1994
1994
1994
1994
1994

NAIA All-Area Midwest Region
Terry Brecht, P
Steve Krinke, P
Lee Boettcher, P
Terry Brecht, P
Doug Sauer, 3B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Lee Boettcher, P
Terry Brecht, P
Doug Sauer, 3B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Jeff Kroschel, P
Dick Sauer, 2B
Howie Strey, 1B
Jeff Youngbauer, OF
Jeff Fleck, OF
Howie Strey, DH
Mike Huettl, OF
Bob Lyons, 3B
Brad Spitzack, P
Steve Young, OF
Bob Boesche, SS
Clint Fass, OF
Robin Rusch, P
Tim Riedl, 1B
Rich Meier, OF

1972
1972
1973
1973
1973
1973
1974
1974
1974
1974
1975
1975
1975
1975
1976
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1981
1981
1982
1983

Dan Walseth, 1B
Warren Sbragia, SS
Dean Schulte, 2B
Duane Vike, OF
Jon Wisecup, P
Dan Walseth, 1B
Brian Hellenbrand, SS
Dave Repinski, P
Dean Barkey, INF
John Costello, P
Scott Cozad, OF
Chris Shimek, 2B
Scott Wanshura, DH
Dan Galvin, P
Brad Lange, P
Scott Wanshura, DH
Jeremy Kendall, OF
Joe Taschetta, P
Jeff Maschka, 3B
Chris Gove, OF
Pat Holmes, P

1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1992
1992
1993
1994
1994

Don Erdall, P
Matt O’Brien, P
Ronnie Olson, 2B
Mike Wendland, OF

2007
2007
2007
2007

NSIC Tournament MVP
Ben Barrone
Matt O’Brien (Pitcher)

2007
2007

Coaching Honors
NSIC Coach of the Year
Gary Grob
Gary Grob
Kyle Poock

All-Conference Players
1963

NCAA Division II Central Region
All-Tournament Team
Steve Loos, SS
1998
Jason Moe, 3B
1998
Nolan Gilbertson, 3B
2000

1964

NSIC Awards

1966

NSIC Player of the Year
Aaron Braund, C
Travis Zick, 1B
Joe Magee, OF
Ben Barrone, C

1998
2000
2006
2007

NSIC Newcomer of the Year
Ben Barrone, C
Mike Wendland, OF

2006
2007

NSIC All-Tournament Team
Nick Altavilla, OF
Andy Davis, P
Shea Mueske, SS
Matt O’Brien, P
Luke Short, OF
Travis Zick, 1B
Jason Denzer, 2B
Jeff Dobberton, OF
John Spaeth, P
Kyle Butt, 1B
Nolan Gilbertson, 3B
Ben Vazquez, OF
Craig Dolence, 1B
Joe Magee, OF
Tony Nelson, P
Andrew Polehna, DH
Josh Schultz, P
Joe Korneta, DH
Reggie Stevens, SS
Ben Barrone, C

2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2002
2002
2002
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2005
2005
2007

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

1965

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

Dick Gunderson (C)
Arlan Klinder (3B)
Jon Kosidowski (P)
Roger Leonhardt (OF)
Bob Lietzau (2B)
Roger Leonhardt (C)
Lyle Papenfuss (1B)
Jack Benedict (P)
Ted Kelley (OF)
Davis Usgaard (3B)
Chuck Goerish (1B)
Dennis Morgan (2B)
Roger Roepke (P)
Larry Senrick (OF)
Davis Usgaard (3B)
Jack Benedict (P)
Pat Boland (OF)
Al Connor (3B)
Rich Decker (OF)
Rich Decker (OF)
Mike DeWyre (3B)
Chuck Goerish (1B)
Bob Goldstrand (SS)
Bill Harlos (C)
Chip Schwartz (P)
Bob Goldstrand (SS)
Bill Harlos (C)
Dennis Iverson (P)
Dick McNary (1B)
Bill Harlos (C)
John Riles (OF)
Sam Shea (P)
Todd Spencer (SS)
Greg Stezenski (P)
Loren Benz (OF)
Dan Halverson (C)
Steve Krinke (P)
Tom Riley (OF)
Todd Spencer (SS)
Lee Boettcher (P)
Tad Bothwell (OF)
Terry Brecht (P)
Dan Halverson (C)

1998
2000
2004

WINONA STATE AWARD WINNERS
1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978
1979

1980
1981

1982
1983

1984

1985

1986

Steve Krinke (P)
Dick McNary (1B)
Dean Yoost (2B)
Lee Boettcher (P)
Tad Bothwell (1B)
Terry Brecht (P)
Jeff Ross (C)
Doug Sauer (3B)
Jeff Youngbauer (OF)
Terry Brecht (P)
Mike Huettl (OF)
Dave Linbo (2B)
Doug Sauer (SS)
Jeff Youngbauer (OF)
Jeff Kroschel (P)
Howie Strey (1B)
Jeff Youngbauer (OF)
Greg Ahrens (2B)
Jeff Fleck (OF)
Mike Huettl (OF)
Paul Rader (P)
Jeff Radke (C)
Howie Strey (DH)
Gary Ahrens (2B)
Mike Case (P)
Mike Huettl (OF)
Ron Lenoch (SS)
Jeff Radke (C)
Spin Williams (1B)
Bryan Boelter (OF)
Tim Fagley (P)
Buddy O’Connell (2B)
Gerrard Rohl (P)
Brad Spitzack (P)
Spin Williams (1B)
Steve Young (OF)
Scott Ender (P)
Steve Young (OF)
Clint Fass (OF)
Rich Meier (OF)
Robin Rusch (P)
Rick Lilla (C)
Tim Riedl (1B)
Steve Doehne (SS)
Rick Lilla (C)
Brad McAreavy (2B)
Rich Meier (OF)
Tom Sawyer (OF)
Brian Barnholdt (DH)
Brian Hansche (P)
Pete Johnson (P)
Tom Squier (OF)
Dan Walseth (SS)
Chris Mosson (C)
Warren Sbragia (SS)
Dean Schulte (2B)
Dan Walseth (1B)
Jon Wisecup (P)
Scott Cozad (OF)
Mike Kosidowski (P)
Chris Mosson (C)
Duane Vike (OF)

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

Dan Walseth (1B)
Scott Cozad (DH)
Brian Hellenbrand (SS)
Mike Kosidowski (P)
Dave Repinski (P)
Dean Barkey (INF)
John Costello (P)
Scott Cozad (OF)
Dan Galvin (C)
Pete Goodfellow (OF)
Scott Wanshura (DH)
Dan Galvin (C)
Brad Lange (P)
Scott Wanshura (DH)
Todd Wanshura (2B)
Bob Bernier (3B)
Kevin Brown (P)
Bruce Draeger (C)
Rich Gove (OF)
Tim Poock (P)
Todd Wanshura (2B)
Kevin Brown (P)
Bruce Draeger (C)
Rich Gove (3B)
Mike Guckeen (1B)
Jeremy Kendall (OF)
Ken Vincent (P)
Jeremy Kendall (OF)
Jeff Maschka (INF)
Joe Taschetta (P)
Ken Vincent (P)
Brian Cada (C)
Jeff Maschka (3B)
Joe Taschetta (P)
Brian Cada (C)
Curry Deutsch (P)
Chris Gove (OF)
Pat Holmes (P)
Jeff Maschka (3B)
Brian Hronski (P)
Chad Schroeder (OF)
Andy Weidl (P)
Greg Posewitz (P)
Chad Schroeder (OF)
Mike Shromoff (SS)
Aaron Braund (C)
Mike Hoppenstedt (P)
Jamie Olson (SS)
Mark Olson (OF)
Chris Popp (3B)
Aaron Braund (3B)
Chris Popp (DH)
Mike Welch (OF)
Andy Wiedl (P)
Nick Altavilla (OF)
Andy Davis (P)
Shawn Killebrew (OF)
Jason Moe (3B)
Shea Mueske (SS)
Jeff Weinfauf (P)
Nick Altavilla (OF)
Andy Davis (P)

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009
2010

Mike Van Eperen (C)
Travis Zick (1B)
Nick Altavilla (OF)
Derek Johnson (P)
Dan Weinkauf (P)
Travis Zick (1B)
Kyle Butt (1B)
Nolan Gilbertson (3B)
Dan Weinkauf (P)
Josh Schultz (P)
Luke Short (OF)
Erik Steigerwald (SS)
Adam Gust (C)
Brandon Hellenbrand (P)
Joe Magee (OF)
Andrew Polehna (DH)
Josh Schultz (P)
Ben Vazquez (OF)
Dale Zwack (3B)
Joe Korneta (1B)
Joe Magee (OF)
Brett Schmit (OF)
Reggie Stevens (SS)
Dale Zwack (3B)
Ben Barrone (C)
Brad Bjerke (P)
Joe Magee (OF)
Josh Maggert (OF)
Reggie Stevens (SS)
Jade Boetcher (P), HM
Brian Menard (3B), HM
Ben Barrone (C)
Bryan Ruff (P)
Mike Wendland (OF)
Andrew Kess (DH), First
Bryan Ruff (P), First
Don Erdall (P), Second
Ross Hellenbrand (P, 1B), Second
Ronnie Olson (2B), Second
Jared Anderson (3B), First
Ross Hellenbrand (P), Second
Tony Mueller (OF), First
Ronnie Olson (2B), First
Joe Kley (OF), Second
Tony Mueller (P), Second

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE AWARD WINNERS
Academic Awards
GTE/Verizon/ESPN The Magazine
All-American
Aaron Braund (Third Team)
1998
Travis Zick (Third Team)
2000
Kyle Butt (Third Team)
2003
GTE/Verizon/ESPN The Magazine
All-District V
Aaron Braund (First Team)
1998
Travis Zick (First Team)
2000
Kyle Butt (First Team)
2002
Kyle Butt (First Team)
2003
Josh Maggert (First Team)
2006
Jay Horner (Second Team)
2006
Brett Maxwell (Third Team)
2008
Ronnie Olson (Third Team)
2008
Brett Maxwell (Second Team)
2009
Ross Hellenbrand (Second Team)
2010
Ronnie Olson (Second Team)
2010
Jared Anderson (Third Team)
2010
Evan Buhr (Third Team)
2010
John Magee (Third Team)
2010
NSIC All-Academic Team
Jared Anderson
2009, 2010
Dave Barnett
1997, 1998
Mark Berquist
2000, 2001, 2002
Aaron Bloom
2004
Michael Brabender
2007, 2008, 2009
Aaron Braund
1997, 1998
Jarrod Brennan
1998
Evan Buhr
2008, 2009, 2010
Kyle Butt
2002, 2003
Steven Christensen
2003, 2004
Jason Denzer
2000, 2001
Andrew DeSousa
2009, 2010
Jeff Dobbertin
2001, 2002, 2003
Craig Dolenc
2003, 2004, 2005
Scott Geisler
2000
Louie Grupe
2003, 2004
Adam Gust
2002, 2003, 2004
Kyle Hanken
2007, 2008, 2009
Brandon Hellenbrand
2004, 2005
Ross Hellenbrand
2009, 2010
Jay Horner
2004, 2005, 2006
Derek Johnson
1999, 2000, 2001
Tim Johnson
2003, 2004
Andrew Kes
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Joe Kley
2009, 2010
Tony Larbarsky
2005
Shannon Lester
1997, 1998
John Magee
2009, 2010
Josh Maggert
2003, 2004, 2006
Ryan Manske
2005
Nick Matti
2000
Brett Maxwell
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Ryan Meyers
2010
Pat McKinney
1996
Jason Moe
1998, 1999

Jamie Olson
Ronnie Olson
B.J. Samuelson
Ryan Semans
Jamie Soyk
Lance Stuntebeck
Nate Van Roekel
Ned Welch
Travis Welch
John Wenker
Kevin Wirkkala
Travis Zick

1997
2009, 2010
2006, 2007
2003
2010
2003, 2004
2010
2001
1999, 2000, 2001
2010
2000
2000, 2001

Hall of Fame
NAIA Baseball Hall of Fame
Gary Grob (Coach)
Inducted 1989
ABCA Baseball Hall of Fame
Gary Grob (Coach)
Inducted 2001
Winona State Hall of Fame
Luther McCown (Coach)
Inducted 1985
Jerome Grebin
Inducted 1986
Richard Kowles
Inducted 1986
James Polus
Inducted 1986
Wilbur Winblad
Inducted 1987
Madeo Molinari (Coach)
Inducted 1989
Myles Peterson
Inducted 1989
Wayne Kannel
Inducted 1990
Gene Schultz
Inducted 1990
Davis Usgaard
Inducted 1992
George Vondrashek
Inducted 1992
Bob Welch
Inducted 1992
Lyle Arns
Inducted 1993
Lyle Papenfuss
Inducted 1995
William Kaczrowski
Inducted 1996
Andrew Swota
Inducted 1996
Jim Tews
Inducted 1997
Al Kulig
Inducted 1998
Jeffrey Youngbauer
Inducted 1999
Joseph “JD” Barnett
Inducted 2002
Michael Huettl
Inducted 2004
Robert Stark
Inducted 2005
Gary Grob (Coach)
Inducted 2006
Maynard “Mo” Weber
Inducted 2008
Charles Zane
Inducted 2009
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
Hall of Fame
Scott Wanshaura
Inducted 2004
Gary Grob
Inducted 2006

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
Winona State vs.
G W L T Began
Alderson-Broaddus, WV 3
3 0 0 2000
Arkansas
4
0 4 0 1951
Arkansas State Conway
2
2 0 0 1953
(Central Arkansas)
Arkansas State Jonesboro 1
1 0 0 1952
Ashland, OH
4
0 4 0 1999
Assumption, MA
6
3 3 0 1993
Auburn-Montgomery
1
1 0 0 1992
Augsburg, MN
4
4 0 0 1973
Augustana, IL
1
1 0 0 1961
Augustana, SD
8
6 2 0 2009
Avila, MO
1
0 1 0 1994
Baker, KS
1
1 0 0 1998
Barry, FL
2
2 0 0 1993
Bellevue, NE
2
2 0 0 1981
Belmont Abbey, NC
1
1 0 0 1989
Bemidji State
177 143 33 1 1957
Benedictine, KS
2
1 1 0 1981
Bethany Nazarine, KS
2
2 0 0 1977
Bethel, IN
1
1 0 0 2002
Bethel, MN
4
4 0 0 1989
Bluefield State, WV
2
1 1 0 2000
Boston College
2
2 0 0 1993
Briar Cliff, IA
3
1 2 0 1985
Bryant, RI
5
3 2 0 1994
Buena Vista, IA
5
2 3 0 1965
Caldwell, NJ
1
1 0 0 2005
California State, PA
3
3 0 0 1962
Carleton, MN
10
9 1 0 1955
Carroll, WI
1
1 0 0 1994
Cedarville, OH
1
1 0 0 1990
Central Connecticut State 3
1 2 0 1991
Central Methodist, MO
2
2 0 0 1949
Central Missouri
19
2 17 0 1976
Central State, OK
2
0 2 0 1987
Clarke, IA
2
2 0 0 1997
Cocker, SC
2
2 0 0 2007
Concordia, MI
2
2 0 0 1990
Concordia-Moorhead, MN 9
7 2 0 1961
Concordia-St. Paul
45 28 17 0 1972
Creighton, NE
2
1 1 0 1958
Culver Stockton, MO
2
2 0 0 1961
Dakota State, SD
3
3 0 0 1984
Defiance, OH
1
0 1 0 1961
Doane, NE
1
1 0 0 1987
East Carolina
2
0 2 0 1961
East Central, OK
6
5 1 0 1984
Eastern College, PA
1
1 0 0 1990
East Stroudsburg, PA
2
1 1 0 2006
Edinboro, PA
6
3 3 0 1993
Emporia State, KS
2
1 1 0 1951
Evangel, MO
4
3 1 0 1978
Findlay, OH
1
1 0 0 2000
Florida Gulf Coast
3
1 2 0 2005
Florida Institute of Tech. 1
0 1 0 1989
Florida Southern
3
1 2 0 2008
Fort Hays State, KS
2
0 2 0 2004
Fredonia State, NY
2
2 0 0 1993
Gale, WI
1
1 0 0 1920
Gannon, PA
3
1 2 0 1995

Winona State vs.
G
Georgetown, KY
1
Georgia Southern
1
Grand Valley State, MI
6
Grand View, IA
15
Greenville, IL
1
Gustavus Adolphus, MN 10
Harris Teachers, MO
3
Heidelberg, OH
1
Hillsdale, MI
1
Hillsdale Baptist, OK
1
Hope, MI
1
Huntington, IN
2
Illinois Benedictine
2
Illinois-Chicago
1
Illinois College
1
Illinois Wesleyan
2
Indianapolis University
8
Indiana State
1
Indiana, PA
8
Indiana Wesleyan
1
Iowa
1
Iowa State
10
Iowa Wesleyan
4
John Brown, AR
4
John Carroll, OH
1
Judson, IL
2
Kentuck Wesleyan
3
King College, TN
2
Lakeland, WI
2
LaVerne, CA
1
Lea, MN
6
Lewis-Clark State, ID
2
Lewis, IL
5
Lock Haven, PA
6
Loras, IA
34
Luther, IA
48
Lynn, FL
6
Malone, OH
1
Mansfield, PA
5
Marian, WI
4
Mary, ND
12
Mayville State, ND
15
Mercyhurst, PA
3
Merrimack, PA
1
Mesa State, CO
1
Messiah College, PA
2
Midamerica Nazarine, KS 2
Midland Lutheran, NE
1
Milton, WI
1
Minnesota
25
Minnesota-Crookston
35
Minnesota Duluth
113
Minnesota-Morris
125
Minnesota State
126
Missouri Baptist
3
Missouri-St. Louis
10
Missouri Southern State 30
Missouri Valley
2
Missouri Western State 15
Morningside, IA
2

W
0
0
2
9
1
9
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
4
1
5
0
0
5
2
1
0
2
1
2
0
0
5
0
3
4
16
39
4
1
1
2
8
9
0
1
1
2
2
1
1
4
34
71
99
51
1
3
9
2
7
1

L
1
1
4
6
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
4
0
3
1
1
5
2
3
1
0
2
0
2
1
1
2
2
2
18
9
2
0
4
2
4
6
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
1
42
26
73
2
6
21
0
8
1

T Began
0 1988
0 1962
0 1994
0 1986
0 1989
0 1971
0 1975
0 2009
0 2000
0 1991
0 1988
0 1989
0 1989
0 1999
0 2001
0 1961
0 1994
0 1974
0 1996
0 1998
0 1992
0 1996
0 1966
0 1978
0 2009
0 1988
0 2002
0 2001
0 1996
0 1972
0 1970
0 1992
0 1962
0 1996
0 1956
0 1956
0 2008
0 1997
0 1999
0 1991
0 2008
0 1963
0 1997
0 2004
0 2010
0 1989
0 1988
0 1976
0 1981
1 1952
0 1996
0 1977
0 1967
2 1937
0 1976
1 1971
0 1976
0 1962
0 1971
0 1973

Winona State vs.
G W
Mount Marty, SD
2 1
Mount Vernon Nazarine
3
3
MSU Moorhead
67 53
Muskingum, OH
1
1
Nebraska-Kearney
2
2
Nebraska-Omaha
5
1
Nebraska Wesleyan
6
5
New Hampshire College 5
3
New Jersey Institute of Tech 1
1
North Dakota
8
7
North Dakota State
11
3
Northeastern State, OK 22 10
Northern Colorado
2 1
Northern Illinois
4
1
Northern Iowa
12
8
Northern State, SD
108 93
Northwestern, IA
1
1
Northwestern, MN
2
2
Oklahoma Baptist
7
4
Oklahoma Christian
1
0
Oklahoma City University 4
0
Olivet Nazarene, IL
1
0
Park College, MO
2
0
Peru State College, NE
2 1
Phillips, OK
3
0
Pillsbury Baptist, MN
1
0
Pittsburgh
1
0
Pittsburgh State, KN
1
1
Plymouth State, NH
3
0
Point Park, PA
1
1
Quincy, IL
2
1
Regis, CO
1
0
Rockford, IL
2
2
Rockhurst, MO
5
3
Rosary College, IL
1 1
Saginaw Valley State, MI 5
2
St. Ambrose, IA
3 1
St. Anslem, NH
2
2
St. Cloud State
125 68
St. Francis, IL
3
1
St. Joseph’s, IN
1
0
St. John’s, MN
16 11
St. Louis University
26
8
St. Mary’s, MN
80 41
St. Olaf, MN
6
4
St. Rose, NY
4
2
St. Scholastica, MN
7
4
St. Thomas, MN
27 22
St. Xavier, IL
7
2
Salem International, WV 1
1
Seton Hill, PA
2
0
Science of Philadelphia
2
2
Shippensburg, PA
1
0
Sioux Falls, SD
2
2
Slippery Rock, PA
4
3
South Dakota
1
1
South Dakota State
3 2
Southeast Missouri State 1
0
Southern Illinois-Carbondale 2
0
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 12
5

L
1
0
14
0
0
4
1
2
0
1
6
12
1
3
4
14
0
0
3
1
4
1
2
0
3
1
1
0
3
0
1
1
0
2
0
3
2
0
57
2
1
5
17
36
2
2
3
5
5
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
2
7

T Began
0 1994
0 1988
0 1949
0 2009
0 2009
0 2005
0 1958
0 1991
0 2005
0 1985
2 1986
0 1951
0 1998
0 1961
0 1950
1 1979
0 1979
0 1954
0 1984
0 1972
0 1977
0 1988
0 1920
1 1981
0 1977
0 1920
0 1994
0 1998
0 1992
0 2002
0 1956
0 2002
0 1994
0 1951
0 1995
0 1997
0 1994
0 1998
0 1958
0 1985
0 2000
0 1974
1 1956
3 1919
0 1976
0 1998
0 1992
0 1965
0 1988
0 2002
0 2007
0 2008
0 2004
0 1999
0 1999
0 1997
0 1960
0 1975
0 1975
0 1969

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
Winona State vs.
G
Southern New Hampshire 2
Southwest Baptist, MO
4
Southwestern Tennessee 1
Southwest Minnesota St 158
Spring Arbor, MI
1
Stonehill, MA
1
Tampa
1
Taylor, IN
1
Teikyo Westmar, IA
1
Transylvania, KY
1
Truman State, MO
3
Union, TN
3
Upper Iowa
47
Valparaiso, IN
1
Viterbo, WI
25
Walsh, OH
1
Wartburg, IA
15
Washburn, KS
9
Washington Univ., MO
3
Wayne State, NE
40
Wayne State, MI
5
West Chester, PA
1
Western Illinois
2
West Liberty State, WV
4
Westminster, MO
2
Wheeling Jesuit, WV
1
Wichita State
2
William Jewel, MO
8
William Penn, IA
1
Williams, MA
2
Wisconsin
1
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
65
Wisconsin-La Crosse
119
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
23
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
21
Wisconsin-Parkside
11
Wisconsin-Platteville
5
Wisconsin-River Falls
55
Wisconsin-Stevens Point 33
Wisconsin-Stout
33
Wisconsin-Superior
1
Wisconsin-Whitewater
3
Wooster, OH
1
Others:
Cotter High School
Florissant CC, MO
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Luther, IA (Reserves)
Memphis Naval Base, TN
Meramac CC, MO
Rushford High School
Winona All-Stars
Winona Chiefs

1
2
7
6
1
2
2
1
1

W
2
1
1
105
1
1
0
0
1
1
3
3
27
1
18
0
12
6
2
13
4
0
0
3
2
1
0
4
1
1
0
50
58
19
8
6
5
42
19
26
1
2
0

L
0
3
0
53
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
20
0
7
1
3
3
1
27
1
1
2
1
0
0
2
4
0
1
1
15
60
4
13
5
0
12
14
6
0
1
1

1
2
4
1
0
2
2
1
1

0
0
3
5
1
0
0
0
0

T Began
0 2003
0 1975
0 1952
0 1970
0 1992
0 1997
0 2000
0 1990
0 1959
0 1999
0 1971
0 1953
0 1948
0 2001
0 1989
0 1996
0 1943
0 1980
0 1974
0 1991
0 2003
0 2005
0 1957
0 2003
0 1949
0 2010
0 1982
0 1965
0 1983
0 1991
0 1950
0 1919
1 1942
0 1963
0 1968
0 1995
0 1980
1 1949
0 1965
1 1948
0 1966
0 1964
0 1999

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1920
1975
1952
1939
1952
1975
1919
1920
1952

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
Alderson-Broaddus, WV
(3-0)
March 16, 2000
W, 9-7
March 16, 2000
W, 7-6
March 12, 2003
W, 12-8
Arkansas
(0-4)
April 18, 1951
April 19, 1951
April 7, 1952
April 8, 1952

L, 5-17
L, 5-8
L, 2-11
L, 0-10

Arkansas State-Conway
(2-0)
April 7, 1953
W, 12-5
April 8, 1953
W, 9-8
Arkansas State-Jonesboro
(1-0)
April 5, 1952
W, 4-3
Ashland, OH
(0-4)
March 14, 1999
L, 7-8
March 14, 1999
L, 7-9
March 8, 2002
L, 11-14
March 12, 2003
L, 2-14
Assumption, MA
(3-3)
March 13, 1993
L, 1-10
March 13, 1993
L, 8-9
March 11, 1994
W, 8-1
March 6, 2001
W, 24-10
March 9, 2007
W, 4-2
March 9, 2007
L, 1-3
Auburn-Montgomery
(1-0)
May 26, 1992
W, 6-4
Augsburg, MN
(4-0)
May 17, 1973
W, 3-1
May 17, 1973
W, 5-1
May 16, 1975
W, 10-0
May 16, 1975
W, 4-2
Augustana, IL
(1-0)
April 7, 1961
W, 8-6
Augustana, SD
(6-2)
April 10, 2009
L, 3-5
April 10, 2009
W, 4-1
April 11, 2009
W, 12-3
April 11, 2009
W, 6-5
April 10, 2010
W, 7-6
April 10, 2010
L, 4-5
April 11, 2010
W, 11-3
April 11, 2010
W, 9-8
Avila, MO
(0-1)
March 19, 1994

L, 4-5

Baker, KS
(1-0)
1988

W, 14-1

Barry, FL
(2-0)
March 7, 1993
W, 4-3
March 8, 1993
W, 10-9
Bellevue, NE
(2-0)
1981
1981

W, 13-1
W, 6-0
Belmont, NC
(1-0)

1989

W, 8-2

Bemidji State
(143-33-1)
April 27, 1957
W, 15-0
April 27, 1957
W, 11-0
May 24, 1958
W, 9-1
May 24, 1958
W, 9-7
May 23, 1959
L, 3-8
May 23, 1959
W, 4-2
April 30, 1960
W, 11-9
April 30, 1960
W, 5-4
May 6, 1961
W, 5-4
May 6, 1961
W, 12-11 (12)
May 12, 1962
W, 9-5
May 12, 1962
W, 7-1
May 18, 1963
W, 16-4
May 18, 1963
W, 16-3
May 15, 1964
L, 16-17
May 16, 1964
W, 9-4
May 16, 1964
W, 6-2
May 21, 1965
W, 12-2
May 22, 1965
W, 3-0
May 22, 1965
T, 1-1 (13)
May 20, 1966
W, 6-3
May 21, 1966
W, 5-4
May 21, 1966
W, 8-6
April 21, 1967
W, 7-3
April 22, 1967
W, 5-3
April 22, 1967
W, 16-7
April 19, 1968
L, 5-7
April 21, 1968
W, 4-3
April 21, 1968
W, 7-2
April 25, 1969
W, 8-0
April 26, 1969
W, 5-3
April 26, 1969
L, 4-5
April 24, 1970
W, 27-5
April 25, 1970
W, 11-0
April 25, 1970
W, 7-1
May 1, 1971
W, 1-0
May 1, 1971
W, 14-4
May 1, 1971
W, 5-4
April 14, 1972
W, 4-0
April 15, 1972
W, 8-0
April 15, 1972
W, 12-5
May 4, 1973
L, 7-9
May 5, 1973
W, 6-2
May 5, 1973
W, 17-1
April 13, 1974
W, 11-3
April 13, 1974
W, 4-3
April 13, 1974
W, 2-1
May 3, 1975
L, 1-2
May 3, 1975
W, 7-0
May 3, 1975
W, 5-0

1976
1976
1976
1976
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1978
1978
1979
1979
1980
1980
1980
1981
1981
1981
1982
1982
1982
1982
May 6, 1983
May 6, 1983
May 7, 1983
May 7, 1983
May 4, 1984
May 4, 1984
May 5, 1984
May 5, 1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
1990
1991
1991
1991
May 1, 1992
May 1, 1992
May 2, 1992
May 2, 1992
May 7, 1993
May 7, 1993
May 8, 1993
May 8, 1993

W, 5-1
W, 2-1
W, 10-1
W, 5-3
W, 5-0
W, 11-1
L, 3-5
L, 1-6
W, 10-1
W, 5-4
L, 4-5
W, 9-6
W, 8-0
L, 2-3
W, 6-3
W, 10-2
W, 4-1
L, 0-3
W, 5-2
W, 9-1
L, 3-4
W, 6-5
W, 10-0
W, 17-14
L, 5-11
L, 6-7 (9)
W, 6-5
W, 20-13
W, 16-3
W, 3-1
W, 14-5
W, 9-0
W, 5-1
W, 14-4
W, 8-6
W, 15-4
W, 3-2 (8)
W, 12-0
W, 11-1
W, 9-4
W, 7-6
W, 16-7
W, 14-4
L, 6-9
L, 1-2
W, 10-9
W, 5-2
W, 6-2
L, 3-4
W, 10-9
W, 9-5
W, 8-6
L, 1-11
W, 13-12
W, 6-4
W, 7-4
W, 13-3
W, 2-0
W, 5-2
W, 10-3
W, 4-0
W, 15-4
W, 1-0
W, 6-3
L, 4-5
L, 6-7
L, 5-6
W, 11-0
W, 6-2
W, 5-3

May 6, 1994
May 6, 1994
May 7, 1994
May 7, 1994
May 5, 1995
May 5, 1995
May 6, 1995
May 6, 1995
May 3, 1996
May 3, 1996
May 4, 1996
May 4, 1996
May 9, 1996
April 4, 1997
April 4, 1997
May 10, 1997
March 27, 1998
April 17, 1998
April 17, 1998
April 18, 1998
April 18, 1998
March 28, 1999
April 30, 1999
April 30, 1999
May 1, 1999
May 1, 1999
April 1, 2000
April 14, 2000
April 14, 2000
April 13, 2001
April 13, 2001
April 8, 2004
April 8, 2004
April 9, 2004
April 9, 2004
April 9, 2005
April 9, 2005
April 10, 2005
April 10, 2005
March 26, 2006
March 26, 2006
March 27, 2006
March 27, 2006
April 1, 2007
April 1, 2007
April 2, 2007
April 2, 2007
April 5, 2008
April 5, 2008
April 3, 2009
April 3, 2009
April 4, 2009
April 4, 2009
April 2, 2010
April 2, 2010
April 3, 2010
April 3, 2010

W, 11-1
W, 7-1
W, 13-1
L, 4-5
L, 3-5
W, 10-0
W, 2-0
W, 13-1
W, 6-0
W, 4-1
W, 8-1
W, 8-1
L, 4-5
W, 7-0
L, 2-6
L, 13-19
W, 16-2
W, 6-5
W, 3-0
L, 3-4
W, 1-0
W, 8-7
W, 13-1
W, 4-1
W, 17-9
W, 27-5
W, 18-2
W, 3-0
W, 9-0
L, 1-4
W, 5-4
L, 2-3
L, 5-8
W, 12-11
W, 6-5
W, 9-1
W, 7-5
L, 5-6
W, 12-3
W, 13-4
W, 3-0
W, 9-7
W, 4-3
W, 8-4
W, 8-7
W, 2-1
W, 13-0
W, 9-2
L, 3-5
W, 11-1
W, 6-1
W, 4-3
W, 2-0
W, 17-11
L, 7-8
W, 21-8
W, 13-5

Benedictine, KS
(1-1)
1981
W, 5-1
1981
L, 6-13
Bethany Nazarine, KS
(2-0)
1977
W, 16-5
1977
W, 6-2

Bethel, MN
(4-0)
1989
1989
March 23, 1992
March 24, 1992

W, 16-1
W, 15-1
W, 9-5
W, 7-3

Bethel, TN
(1-0)
March 5, 2002

W, 6-2

Bluefield State, WV
(1-1)
March 17, 2000
L, 1-2
March 17, 2000
W, 10-0
Boston College
(2-0)
March 8, 1993
W, 2-1
March 6, 1995
W, 10-9
Briar Cliff, IA
(1-2)
1985
1985
1987

W, 9-4
L, 4-6
L, 2-3 (11)

Bryant, RI
(3-2)
March 12, 1994
L, 3-5 (8)
March 9, 1996
L, 2-5
March 18, 1999
W, 16-9
March 19, 1999
W, 7-1
March 19, 1999
W, 5-1
Buena Vista, IA
(2-3)
May 27, 1965
L, 8-10 (11)
May 24, 1968
L, 2-3
May 25, 1968
L, 3-5
May 26, 1972
W, 8-1
1976
W, 8-7
Caldwell, NJ
(1-0)
March 14, 2005
W, 19-3
California State, PA
(3-0)
June 5, 1962
W, 6-4 (13)
June 7, 1962
W, 7-0
June 4, 1963
W, 4-1
Carleton, MN
(9-1)
April 29, 1955
W, 3-1
May 25, 1956
W, 21-4
May 3, 1957
W, 6-3
May 3, 1961
W, 18-7
April 11, 1972
W, 4-1
April 11, 1972
W, 2-0
May 8, 1973
W, 20-2
May 8, 1973
L, 7-10
April 8, 1974
W, 18-2
April 8, 1974
W, 8-4
Carroll, WI
(1-0)
March 23, 1994
W, 6-1

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
Cedarville, OH
(1-0)
1990

W, 9-3

Central Connecticut State
(1-2)
1991
L, 5-12
1991
L, 1-2
March 24, 1992
W, 9-5
Central Methodist, MO
(2-0)
April 16, 1949
W, 5-3
1990
W, 10-5
Central Missouri
(2-17)
1976
1977
1977
1978
1978
1979
1979
1982
1982
May 16, 1998
May 19, 2000
March 16, 2002
Feb. 27, 2004
Feb. 26, 2005
May 5, 2006
Feb. 22, 2007
Feb. 23, 2007
May 17, 2007
Feb. 22, 2009

L, 3-6
L, 1-5
L, 1-5
L, 0-6
L, 3-7
L, 2-3
L, 6-7
W, 12-0
L, 0-11
L, 3-15
L, 1-13
L, 3-14
W, 4-3
L, 0-1
L, 2-8
L, 3-7
L, 1-3
L, 2-7
L, 5-17

Central State, OK
(0-2)
1987
L, 5-6
1987
L, 4-6
Clarke, IA
(2-0)
March 27, 1997
W, 12-2
March 29, 1997
W, 15-8
Cocker, SC
(2-0)
March 4, 2007
March 4, 2007

W, 3-2
W, 9-1

Creighton, NE
(1-1)
March 29, 1958
W, 9-4
March 20, 2004
L, 4-26

W, 2-1
W, 5-4

Culver-Stockton, MO
(2-0)
May 26, 1961
W, 8-2
May 26, 1961
W, 11-6

Concordia, MI
(2-0)
1990
1990

Concordia St-Paul
(28-17)
May 17, 1972
W, 2-0
May 17, 1972
W, 9-1
April 19, 1999
W, 6-5
April 19, 1999
W, 10-4
April 21, 2000
W, 14-1
April 21, 2000
W, 16-0
April 22, 2000
W, 8-0
April 22, 2000
W, 4-1
April 9, 2001
W, 4-0
April 9, 2001
W, 1-0
May 5, 2002
W, 10-1
May 5, 2002
W, 5-4
May 6, 2002
L, 6-9
May 6, 2002
W, 18-3
March 20, 2003
L, 0-1
March 30, 2003
W, 9-6
March 31, 2003
L, 7-8
March 31, 2003
L, 5-8
April 22, 2004
W, 1-0
April 22, 2004
W, 3-2
April 28, 2004
W, 16-3
April 28, 2004
W, 15-10
April 16, 2005
W, 9-6
April 17, 2005
L, 2-5
April 17, 2005
L, 4-15
April 18, 2005
L, 12-14
May 13, 2005
W, 9-8
April 1, 2006
L, 5-8
April 1, 2006
W, 4-3
May 11, 2006
L, 4-19
April 25, 2007
L, 1-4
April 25, 2007
L, 0-5
May 11, 2007
W, 11-6
April 16, 2008
W, 6-1
April 16, 2008
L, 5-6
April 30, 2008
W, 3-1
April 30, 2008
L, 7-8
May 2, 2009
W, 14-12
May 2, 2009
L, 2-3
May 3, 2009
L, 7-8
May 3, 2009
L, 0-6
May 1, 2010
W, 10-6
May 1, 2010
W, 6-4
May 2, 2010
L, 5-7
May 2, 2010
W, 9-4

Concordia-Moorhead
(7-2)
May 19, 1961
L, 2-4
1985
W, 15-5
1985
W, 8-2
March 15, 1992
W, 8-4
March 15, 1992
L, 3-7
March 18, 1997
W, 8-1
March 18, 1997
W, 13-4
March 25, 1998
W, 9-2
March 25, 1998
W, 2-1

Doane, NE
(1-0)
1987

W, 15-2

East Carolina
(0-2)
June 6, 1961
L, 4-8
June 6, 1963
L, 2-10
East Central, OH
(5-1)
March 26, 1984
W, 10-5
March 26, 1984
W, 5-1
1986
W, 5-4 (8)
1986
W, 20-6
1987
W, 12-6
1987
L, 3-9
Eastern College, PA
(1-0)
1990
W, 7-2
East Stroudsburg, PA
(1-1)
March 16, 2006
L, 5-14
March 16, 2006
W, 8-5
Edinboro, PA
(3-3)
March 10, 1993
L, 4-8
March 10, 1993
W, 13-1
March 11, 1993
L, 5-7
March 12, 1993
L, 9-10
March 9, 2002
W, 5-1
March 9, 2002
W, 10-6
Emporia State, KN
(1-1)
April 20, 1951
L, 5-9
March 17, 2002
W, 16-8
Evangel, MO
(3-1)
1978
1978
1978
1978

W, 9-7
W, 9-5
W, 15-6
L, 13-14

Findlay, OH
(1-0)
March 9, 2000
W, 11-3
Florida Gulf Coast
(1-2)
March 18, 2005
L, 2-14
March 18, 2005
W, 4-2
March 7, 2007
L, 0-10

Fort Hays State, KS
(0-2)
Feb. 29, 2004
L, 2-3
March 3, 2007
L, 2-10
Fredonia State, NY
(2-0)
March 11, 1993
W, 4-1
March 12, 1993
W, 16-0
Gale, WI
(1-0)
May 1, 1920
W, 21-4
Gannon, PA
(1-2)
March 10, 1995
L, 7-8
March 10, 1995
L, 2-10
March 6, 1997
W, 6-5
Georgetown, KY
(0-1)
1988
L, 3-10
Georgia Southern
(0-1)
June 7, 1962
L, 0-1
Grand Valley State, MI
(2-4)
March 9, 1994
L, 0-5
March 11, 1994
L, 4-5
March 5, 1995
L, 5-6
March 5, 1995
W, 14-1
March 8, 1997
L, 4-14
March 3, 1998
W, 18-15
Grand View, IA
(9-6)
1986
1986
1986
1988
1988
1988
1989
1990
1990
1991
May 13, 1992
Feb. 28, 2001
Feb. 28, 2001
Feb. 26, 2002
Feb. 26, 2002

Greenville, IL
(1-0)
1989

Dakota State, SD
(3-0)
March 19, 1984
W, 15-2
March 20, 1984
W, 13-2
March 5, 1996
W, 11-1
Defiance, OH
(0-1)
June 7, 1961
L, 9-10 (16)

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Florida Institute of
Technology
(0-1)
1989
L, 3-6
Florida Southern
(1-2)
March 4, 2008
W, 2-0
March 3, 2009
L, 5-7
March 9, 2010
L, 4-13

W, 5-0
L, 1-16
L, 3-8
L, 3-4
W, 6-3
W, 5-3
W, 13-10
L, 3-6
L, 5-6
L, 7-12
W, 3-2
W, 3-2
W, 1-0
W, 6-4
W, 10-4

March 30, 1993

W, 4-3

Harris Teachers, MO
(2-1)
April 3, 1975
W, 21-15
April 3, 1975
L, 8-12
1976
W, 10-2
Heidleberg, OH
(1-0)
March 5, 2009
W, 5-3
Hillsdale, MI
(1-0)
March 9, 2000
W, 17-7
Hillsdale Baptist, OK
(1-0)
1991
W, 5-4
Hope, MI
(1-0)
1988

W, 13-8
Huntington, IN
(1-1)

1989
1990

W, 5-4
L, 1-6

Illinois Benedictine, IL
(1-1)
1989
L, 8-9
1990
W, 12-2
Illinois-Chicago
(1-0)
March 24, 1999
W, 12-1
Illinois College
(1-0)
March 10, 2001
W, 5-0
Illinois Wesleyan
(0-2)
April 8, 1961
L, 6-10
April 8, 1961
L, 0-2
Indianapolis
(4-4)
March 6, 1994
W, 12-5
March 6, 1997
L, 4-8
March 7, 1998
L, 5-17
March 12, 2003
W, 4-2
March 13, 2003
L, 7-8
March 7, 2004
W, 17-15
March 7, 2004
W, 6-4
March 19, 2005
L, 3-4

W, 2-1

Gustavus Adolphus, MN
(9-1)
May 20, 1971
W, 11-1
May 20, 1971
W, 8-4
1978
W, 17-12
1978
W, 6-3
1979
W, 4-1
1979
W, 8-3
1981
W, 7-3
1982
L, 4-5
March 30, 1993
W, 5-4

Indiana State
(1-0)
March 29, 1974
W, 22-0
Indiana, PA
(5-3)
March 4, 1996
W, 6-4
March 4, 1997
L, 11-12
March 5, 2001
W, 2-1
March 5, 2001
W, 4-3
March 12, 2004
L, 1-9
March 12, 2004
W, 3-0

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
March 17, 2006
March 17, 2006

L, 4-5
W, 3-2

Indiana Wesleyan
(0-1)
March 6, 1998
L, 2-5
Iowa
(0-1)
March 25, 1992

L, 5-11

Iowa State
(5-5)
April 3, 1996
L, 2-10
April 3, 1996
L, 1-6
April 29, 1997
W, 2-1
April 29, 1997
W, 5-4
April 28, 1998
L, 2-6
April 27, 1999
L, 9-14
March 28, 2000
W, 4-3
March 28, 2000
W, 9-3
April 4, 2001
W, 3-0
April 4, 2001
L, 0-9
Iowa Wesleyan
(2-2)
May 27, 1966
L, 2-3
May 28, 1996
L, 7-13
1976
W, 2-0
1978
W, 12-0

1978
1978
1979
1979

John Brown, AR
(1-3)
L, 6-11
L, 0-10
W, 7-3
L, 10-11

John Carroll, OH
(0-1)
March 4, 2009
L, 6-13
Judson, IL
(2-0)
1988
1988

W, 18-3
W, 11-1

Kentucky Wesleyan
(1-2)
March 4, 2002
L, 0-5
March 7, 2002
L, 3-5
March 5, 2007
W, 11-4
King College, TN
(2-0)
March 8, 2001
W, 14-4
March 5, 2002
W, 12-7
Lakeland, WI
(0-2)
April 4, 1996
L, 2-7
April 4, 1996
L, 0-7
LaVerne, CA
(0-1)
June 5, 1972
L, 3-4
Lea, MN
(5-1)
April 28, 1970

W, 3-0

April 28, 1970
May 11, 1971
May 11, 1971
May 3, 1972
May 3, 1972

W, 7-1
W, 18-10
L, 1-2
W, 10-0
W, 13-0

Lewis, IL
(3-2)
June 8, 1962
L, 3-5
June 5, 1963
W, 12-3
March 14, 2009
W, 8-0
March 14, 2009
L, 2-3
March 15, 2009
W, 4-0
Lewis-Clark State, ID
(0-2)
May 23, 1992
L, 0-20
May 27, 1992
L, 1-8
Lock Haven, PA
(4-2)
March 3, 1996
W, 12-0
March 3, 1996
W, 14-9
March 4, 1996
L, 4-11
March 8, 1996
W, 6-3
March 10, 2001
L, 0-1
March 7, 2002
W, 9-7
Loras, IA
(16-18)
April 15, 1956
L, 2-5
April 21, 1956
L, 2-6
April 13, 1957
L, 4-11
March 11, 1957
L, 1-10
April 12, 1958
W, 7-4
May 15, 1958
L, 2-4
April 11, 1959
W, 11-5
April 11, 1959
W, 6-2
May 2, 1959
W, 4-1
May 2, 1959
L, 1-5
April 9, 1960
L, 6-7
April 9, 1960
L, 1-5
May 18, 1960
L, 6-7
May 18, 1960
W, 7-1
April 10, 1961
L, 1-5
April 10, 1961
L, 3-5
May 16, 1961
W, 2-1
May 16, 1961
W, 7-1
April 9, 1962
L, 1-10
April 9, 1962
L, 6-9
May 16, 1962
W, 9-3
May 16, 1962
L, 3-7
April 7, 1963
W, 8-7
April 7, 1963
L, 4-6
May 14, 1963
W, 7-1
May 14, 1963
L, 2-8
April 15, 1970
W, 4-1
April 15, 1970
W, 3-2
May 5, 1971
W, 9-2
May 5, 1971
W, 3-2
May 25, 1971
L, 1-3
April 25, 1972
L, 1-4
April 25, 1972
W, 4-3
1981
W, 12-5
Luther, IA
(39-9)
April 13, 1942
L, 0-5
April 18, 1942
L, 4-27
April 30, 1943
L, 8-12

April 19, 1947
April 15, 1950
May 29, 1951
May 9, 1972
May 9, 1972
May 7, 1974
May 7, 1974
April 21, 1975
April 21, 1975
1976
1976
1977
1977
1978
1978
1979
1979
1980
1980
1981
1981
1982
1982
May 11, 1983
May 11, 1983
April 17, 1984
April 17, 1984
1985
1985
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1989
1989
1990
1990
1991
1991
May 5, 1992
May 5, 1992
March 2, 2000
March 2, 2000

L, 1-9
W, 3-0
W, 6-0
W, 5-4
L, 2-4
W, 1-0
W, 6-0
W, 6-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-2
W, 4-2
W, 5-4
L, 7-8
W, 5-2
W, 15-3
L, 3-5
W, 8-0
W, 5-3
W, 7-0
W, 4-0
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
W, 9-7
W, 6-4
W, 8-7
W, 7-6
W, 3-2
W, 7-3
W, 9-1
W, 16-6
W, 8-6
W, 4-3
W, 8-0
W, 6-3
W, 12-2
W, 8-0
W, 10-2
W, 5-3
W, 12-3
W, 14-4
W, 5-3
W, 1-0
W, 10-8
W, 3-2
L, 3-4

Lynn, FL
(4-2)
March 1, 2008
W, 11-8
March 1, 2008
L, 3-10
Feb. 28, 2009
W, 8-4
March 1, 2009
L, 8-20
March 6, 2010
W, 10-4
March 7, 2010
W, 10-6
Malone, OH
(1-0)
March 7, 1997
W, 12-0
Mansfield, PA
(1-4)
March 11, 1999
L, 3-6
March 6, 2001
L, 4-7
March 12, 2006
L, 5-10
March 12, 2006
L, 4-12
March 10, 2010
W, 13-11
Marian, WI
(2-2)
1991

May 18, 1994
March 24, 1995
March 24, 1995

Mayville State, ND
(9-6)
June 3, 1963
L, 11-13
April 11, 1964
W, 8-4
April 11, 1964
L, 4-9
April 8, 1966
W, 5-4
April 8, 1966
W, 6-1
April 7, 1967
L, 3-4
April 7, 1967
W, 10-9
May 24, 1968
W, 8-2
1991
W, 10-7
1991
W, 9-8
March 26, 1992
L, 3-9
March 28, 1992
L, 1-2
March 28, 1992
W, 9-4
March 22, 1997
W, 2-1
March 22, 1997
L, 5-8
Mary, ND
(8-4)
April 12, 2008
L, 1-3
April 12, 2008
W, 5-0
April 13, 2008
W, 3-1
April 13, 2008
L, 2-5
April 19, 2009
W, 7-0
April 19, 2009
W, 13-7
April 20, 2009
L, 4-9
April 20, 2009
W, 4-2
April 17, 2010
W, 7-5
April 17, 2010
W, 11-3
April 18, 2010
L, 3-6
April 18, 2010
W, 9-3
Mercyhurst, PA
(0-3)
March 2, 1997
L, 2-13
March 9, 1998
L, 8-9
March 2, 2009
L, 4-7
Merrimack, PA
(1-0)
March 8, 2004
W, 11-3
Mesa State, CO
(0-1)
May 13, 2010
L, 8-12
Messiah College, PA
(2-0)
1989
W, 6-3
March 12, 1994
W, 4-3
Midamerican Nazarene, KS
(2-0)
1988
W, 3-1
1988
W, 11-0
Midland Lutheran, NE
(1-0)
1976
W, 9-0
Milton, WI
(1-0)
1981

W, 10-7

W, 4-1
L, 2-6
L, 4-5

W, 4-3

Minnesota
(4-20-1)
April 19, 1952
April 19, 1952
May 12, 1953
April 4, 1969
April 4, 1969
April 17, 1973
April 17, 1973
April 16, 1974
April 16, 1974
April 15, 1975
April 15, 1975
1976
1976
1977
1977
1978
1978
1980
1980
1981
1981
1982
1982
May 10, 1983
May 9, 1984

L, 6-10
L, 3-14
L, 4-11
L, 1-8
L, 6-10
W, 3-2
T, 3-3
L, 0-1
L, 3-8
L, 1-9
W, 9-6
L, 5-8
L, 2-8
L, 3-4
L, 0-13
L, 3-15
L, 6-7
L, 6-8
W, 18-1
L, 0-6
L, 4-5
L, 4-5
W, 6-5
L, 4-10
L, 2-7

Minnesota, Crookston
(34-1)
March 29, 1996
W, 5-1
March 29, 1996
W, 5-3
March 26, 1999
W, 7-4
March 26, 1999
W, 16-0
April 29, 2000
W, 6-3
April 29, 2000
W, 15-0
April 20, 2001
W, 5-0
April 20, 2001
W, 8-0
May 10, 2001
W, 15-6
April 24, 2004
W, 6-0
April 24, 2004
W, 13-7
May 7, 2005
W, 10-0
May 7, 2005
W, 13-0
May 8, 2005
W, 11-2
May 8, 2005
L, 2-4
April 13, 2006
W, 19-2
April 13, 2006
W, 10-5
April 14, 2006
W, 20-0
April 14, 2006
W, 23-1
April 14, 2007
W, 11-4
April 14, 2007
W, 22-2
April 15, 2007
W, 11-2
April 15, 2007
W, 13-0
April 20, 2008
W, 17-1
April 20, 2008
W, 15-2
April 21, 2008
W, 14-4
April 21, 2008
W, 19-0
March 28, 2009
W, 8-2
March 28, 2009
W, 11-2
March 29, 2009
W, 12-6
March 29, 2009
W, 9-2
March 27, 2010
W, 16-2
March 27, 2010
W, 9-1
March 28, 2010
W, 14-1
March 28, 2010
W, 24-0
Minnesota Duluth
(72-42)
1977
W, 7-0
1977
W, 7-5

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
1977
1977
1978
1978
1978
1978
1979
1979
1980
1980
1981
April 16, 1983
April 17, 1983
April 17, 1983
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1991
1991
1991
1991
1991
1991
April 10, 1992
April 11, 1992
April 11, 1992
April 23, 1993
April 23, 1993
April 16, 1994
April 16, 1994
April 17, 1994
April 17, 1994
April 22, 1995
April 22, 1995
April 23, 1995
April 12, 1996
April 12, 1996
April 13, 1996
April 13, 1996
May 10, 1996
April 19, 1997
April 19, 1997
April 20, 1997
April 20, 1997
May 1, 1998
May 1, 1998
May 2, 1998

W, 7-4
W, 10-0
W, 7-2
W, 2-1
L, 0-3
W, 5-2
W, 8-1
W, 6-1
W, 2-0
L, 4-6
W, 10-3
W, 5-4 (8)
W, 9-5
W, 6-1
W, 12-3
W, 7-5
L, 7-8
W, 11-7
W, 10-0
L, 3-6
W, 3-0
W, 4-0
W, 4-3
L, 3-4
W, 2-1
W, 3-2
W, 17-5
W, 11-1
W, 9-8
W, 14-4
W, 12-3
L, 0-10
W, 6-4
W, 14-8
L, 1-12
W, 6-5
W, 1-0
L, 3-9
L, 5-8
L, 0-3
L, 2-3
W, 2-1
L, 3-6
L, 6-11
L, 15-17
L, 11-13
L, 2-7
W, 2-1
L, 0-2
L, 5-6
L, 4-5
W, 4-3 (11)
L, 4-10
W, 7-6
L, 2-15
L, 8-9
W, 5-3
L, 4-13
W, 4-2
L, 5-6
W, 7-5
W, 5-4 (9)
W, 7-2
L, 6-9
W, 17-8
L, 2-3
W, 7-5
W, 10-2
L, 5-9
W, 10-2

May 2, 1998
May 8, 1998
April 7, 1999
April 7, 1999
April 13, 1999
April 13, 1999
May 8, 1999
April 15, 2000
April 15, 2000
May 11, 2000
April 6, 2002
April 6, 2002
April 7, 2002
April 7, 2002
April 18, 2003
April 18, 2003
April 3, 2004
April 3, 2004
April 4, 2004
April 4, 2004
May 6, 2004
April 5, 2005
April 5, 2005
April 20, 2005
April 20, 2005
March 29, 2006
March 29, 2006
April 26, 2006
April 26, 2006
March 29, 2007
March 29, 2007
April 27, 2007
April 27, 2007
April 25, 2009
April 25, 2009
April 27, 2009
April 27, 2009
April 25, 2010
April 25, 2010
April 26, 2010
April 26, 2010
May 6, 2010

L, 4-5
W, 16-1
W, 7-3
L, 0-10
W, 13-3
L, 3-10
L, 5-11
W, 5-1
W, 5-1
W, 5-3
W, 6-3
L, 4-9
W, 6-5
W, 12-6
L, 0-2
W, 9-8
W, 11-6
W, 11-3
W, 8-0
W, 16-6
W, 4-3
W, 9-8
L, 2-8
W, 3-2
L, 4-5
W, 8-6
W, 3-1
L, 8-9
W, 11-2
W, 12-9
L, 1-2
W, 14-8
W, 9-3
W, 12-0
L, 1-5
W, 9-8
L, 4-11
W, 15-11
L, 4-8
L, 7-8
W, 5-2
L, 5-8

Minnesota-Morris
(99-26)
April 28, 1967
W, 12-7
April 29, 1967
W, 2-1
April 29, 1967
W, 7-1
April 26, 1968
W, 5-4
April 28, 1968
W, 7-3
April 28, 1968
W, 8-2
May 2, 1969
W, 9-6
May 3, 1969
W, 2-0
May 3, 1969
W, 1-0 (8)
May 1, 1970
L, 2-3
May 2, 1970
W, 10-7
May 2, 1970
L, 0-2
May 7, 1971
W, 6-4
May 8, 1971
W, 4-3
May 8, 1971
W, 4-2
April 22, 1972
W, 9-5
April 23, 1972
W, 5-1
April 23, 1972
W, 5-0
April 27, 1973
W, 11-3
April 28, 1973
W, 4-2
April 28, 1973
W, 11-2
April 19, 1974
W, 8-4
April 20, 1974
W, 4-0
April 20, 1974
W, 8-4
April 25, 1975
W, 11-2

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

April 25, 1975
1976
1976
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1978
1978
1979
1979
1979
1979
1980
1980
1981
1981
1982
1982
1982
1982
April 19, 1983
April 19, 1983
May 3, 1983
May 3, 1983
April 24, 1984
April 24, 1984
May 1, 1984
May 1, 1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1991
1991
1991
April 22, 1992
April 22, 1992
April 28, 1992
April 28, 1992
May 7, 1992
April 28, 1993
April 28, 1993
May 4, 1993
May 4, 1993
May 13, 1993
May 14, 1993
April 27, 1994

W, 6-0
W, 4-3
W, 7-1
W, 11-1
L, 4-7
W, 8-0
L, 4-9
L, 1-4
L, 7-8
L, 2-3
L, 3-4
W, 7-0
W, 2-0
W, 3-1
L, 3-8
W, 5-4
W, 11-3
W, 3-1
W, 9-4
L, 11-12
L, 3-4
L, 7-10
W, 5-4
L, 6-10
W, 8-2
W, 6-4
W, 21-8
W, 9-1
W, 9-3
W, 12-2 (6)
W, 14-1 (5)
W, 16-3
W, 8-4
W, 5-1 (10)
W, 10-4
L, 4-5
W, 8-7
W, 10-1
W, 9-0
W, 16-0
W, 13-2
W, 11-0
W, 10-7
W, 11-0
L, 3-6
W, 6-1
W, 23-8
W, 9-5
L, 4-5
W, 6-2
W, 6-1
W, 7-6
W, 8-7
W, 9-1
W, 9-6
W, 5-2
W, 4-2
W, 16-6
W, 6-0
W, 12-2
W, 13-5
W, 5-0
W, 13-1
L, 3-10
W, 9-4
W, 3-1
L, 2-4
W, 10-2
L, 1-6
W, 8-3

April 27, 1994
May 3, 1994
May 3, 1994
April 25, 1995
April 25, 1995
May 2, 1995
May 2, 1995
April 23, 1996
April 23, 1996
April 30, 1996
April 30, 1996
May 11, 1996
May 9, 1997
April 10, 1998
April 10, 1998
April 11, 1998
April 11, 1998
April 9, 1999
April 9, 1999
April 10, 1999
April 8, 2000
April 8, 2000
May 4, 2001
May 4, 2001
April 29, 2002
April 29, 2002
April 25, 2003
April 25, 2003
April 26, 2003
April 26, 2003

W, 2-0
W, 11-0
W, 4-3
W, 5-3
L, 3-5
L, 2-3
W, 2-0
W, 5-2
L, 0-2
L, 5-12
L, 3-5
L, 1-6
W, 10-4
W, 7-0
W, 15-2
W, 7-1
W, 8-4
W, 2-1
L, 4-7
W, 8-0
W, 8-4
W, 31-4
W, 10-1
W, 9-0
W, 9-1
W, 7-0
W, 17-0
W, 3-2
W, 9-3
W, 3-2

Minnesota State
(51-73-2)
May 21, 1937
W, 6-3
May 21, 1937
L, 4-6
May 19, 1939
L, 6-16
May 19, 1939
L, 10-11
May 17, 1940
L, 2-4
May 17, 1940
W, 8-5
May 16, 1941
L, 6-11
May 16, 1941
L, 3-5
May 17, 1947
W, 12-3
May 17, 1947
W, 11-1
May 14, 1948
W, 5-2
May 14, 1948
L, 0-1
May 11, 1949
W, 9-4
May 11, 1949
W, 13-7
May 10, 1950
W, 5-2
May 10, 1950
W, 6-5
May 9, 1951
W, 3-1
May 9, 1951
W, 12-4
May 5, 1953
W, 6-5
May 5, 1953
L, 2-4
May 5, 1954
L, 3-10
May 5, 1954
L, 1-9
May 4, 1955
W, 11-2
May 4, 1955
W, 18-16
May 7, 1956
W, 7-6
May 7, 1956
W, 8-1
May 24, 1957
L, 0-1
May 24, 1957
L, 1-3
May 17, 1958
W, 15-6
May 17, 1958
W, 11-10
May 16, 1959
L, 0-9
May 16, 1959
W, 4-3
April 23, 1960
L, 7-11
April 23, 1960
W, 6-2
April 29, 1961
W, 3-1
April 29, 1961
W, 6-3
May 5, 1962
W, 8-0

May 5, 1962
May 22, 1963
May 22, 1963
May 9, 1964
May 9, 1964
May 9, 1964
May 14, 1965
May 14, 1966
May 14, 1966
May 14, 1966
May 19, 1967
May 20, 1967
May 20, 1967
May 17, 1968
May 19, 1968
May 19, 1968
April 18, 1969
April 18, 1969
April 19, 1969
April 19, 1969
May 6, 1975
May 6, 1975
1977
1977
1978
1978
1979
1979
1979
1979
1980
1980
1980
1981
1981
1981
1981
April 28, 1983
April 28, 1983
April 10, 1984
April 10, 1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1989
1989
1990
1990
March 27, 1992
April 5, 1993
April 5, 1993
April 20, 1994
April 20, 1994
April 3, 1995
April 3, 1995
April 9, 1996
April 9, 1996
April 23, 1997
April 23, 1997
April 6, 1998
April 6, 1998
May 3, 1999

W, 7-1
L, 0-2
W, 8-3
W, 6-5
L, 1-3
W, 2-1
W, 8-3
W, 1-0
W, 5-4
L, 1-3
L, 2-8
W, 5-4
L, 1-8
W, 12-1
W, 7-6
L, 3-4
L, 0-4
L, 1-4
L, 1-4
W, 6-4
L, 7-8
W, 10-5
L, 1-6
W, 8-7
L, 5-9
W, 7-4
W, 3-2
L, 0-6
W, 3-1
L, 3-12
L, 2-10
T, 4-4
L, 4-8
W, 7-3
L, 1-8
L, 3-4
L, 0-11
L, 2-5
L, 0-6
L, 5-9
T, 5-5
L, 12-13 (8)
W, 5-3
L, 4-8
L, 1-15
W, 3-13
L, 2-14
W, 5-4
L, 3-6
L, 5-6
L, 1-4
L, 3-15
L, 0-5
L, 2-7
L, 5-7
L, 11-16
L, 0-2
L, 4-5
W, 7-5
L, 3-14
L, 5-17
L, 8-9
L, 10-29
L, 0-13
L, 1-5
W, 3-0
W, 10-3
W, 12-5
L, 1-5
L, 10-19

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
April 25, 2000
April 25, 2000
May 2, 2001
May 2, 2001
April 17, 2002
April 17, 2002
March 23, 2003
March 23, 2003
April 6, 2004
April 6, 2004
April 13, 2005
April 13, 2005
April 4, 2006
April 4, 2006
April 17, 2007
April 17, 2007
May 18, 2007
March 8, 2010
March 8, 2010
May 8, 2010

W, 4-3
L, 2-3
L, 0-5
W, 6-4
L, 5-6
L, 2-15
L, 3-20
L, 6-14
L, 10-12
W, 8-4
L, 8-13
L, 0-9
L, 4-7
L, 2-3
L, 6-18
W, 15-8
L, 1-8
W, 6-4
L, 0-3
W, 4-2

Minnesota State Moorhead
(53-14)
May 20, 1949
W, 18-9
April 22, 1957
W, 8-6
April 22, 1957
W, 5-3
April 26, 1958
W, 2-1
April 26, 1958
L, 0-1
April 25, 1959
W, 11-1
April 25, 1959
L, 2-5
May 14, 1960
W, 8-0
May 14, 1960
W, 7-4
May 20, 1961
W, 10-4
May 20, 1961
W, 5-2
May 26, 1962
W, 13-1
May 26, 1962
W, 10-0
April 27, 1963
W, 2-0
April 27, 1963
L, 0-1
April 24, 1964
W, 5-3
April 25, 1964
L, 0-7
April 25, 1964
W, 22-3
April 30, 1965
W, 17-7
May 1, 1965
W, 9-6
May 1, 1965
L, 3-12
April 29, 1966
W, 4-2
April 30, 1966
W, 8-4
April 30, 1966
W, 4-1
May 6, 1967
L, 1-2
May 6, 1967
W, 1-0
May 6, 1967
W, 5-3
May 3, 1968
W, 7-4
May 4, 1968
W, 4-0
May 4, 1968
W, 6-2
May 9, 1969
W, 9-8 (14)
May 10, 1969
W, 11-8
May 10, 1969
W, 6-0
May 8, 1970
L, 5-6 (10)
May 9, 1970
W, 7-1
May 9, 1970
W, 6-1
May 14, 1971
W, 7-5
May 15, 1971
L, 1-8
May 15, 1971
L, 2-4
April 28, 1972
L, 0-2
April 29, 1972
W, 4-3
April 29, 1972
W, 7-0
April 13, 1973
W, 9-7
April 14, 1973
W, 8-3
April 14, 1973
W, 1-0
April 26, 1974
L, 5-6
April 12, 1975
W, 8-3

April 13, 1975
April 13, 1975
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1978
1978
1979
1979
1980
1980
1981
1982
1982
1982
1982
April 8, 1983

W, 5-0
W, 10-0
W, 7-0
W, 12-7
W, 5-3
W, 12-2
W, 6-2
W, 8-2
W, 10-2
W, 8-0
W, 11-1
W, 12-10
W, 11-2
W, 15-5
W, 9-2
W, 4-3
L, 1-3
W, 7-2
L, 1-5
L, 8-10

Missouri Baptist
(1-2)
1976
1989
1989

L, 2-4
L, 6-7
W, 6-5

Missouri-St. Louis
(3-6-1)
April 2, 1971
L, 5-6
April 2, 1971
L, 6-7
1976
W, 7-5
1976
W, 11-5
March 7, 1994
L, 1-4
March 9, 1994
L, 1-11
March 9, 1995
L, 0-10
March 4, 1998
L, 2-3
March 11, 2004
W, 7-5
March 11, 2004
T, 5-5
Missouri Southern State
(9-21)
1976
W, 9-0
1977
W, 10-3
1977
L, 6-9
1977
W, 11-2
1977
L, 3-6
1978
L, 0-10
1978
L, 0-4
1979
L, 0-1
1979
L, 1-3
1979
L, 2-10
1979
W, 8-2
1980
L, 0-7
1980
L, 0-3
1981
W, 18-8
1981
L, 2-4
1981
W, 11-8
1981
L, 10-13
1982
L, 7-12
1982
W, 10-5
1982
L, 5-6
1982
L, 3-8
March 31, 1983
W, 3-2
March 31, 1983
L, 1-2
March 25, 1984
L, 3-5
March 25, 1984 W, 6-4 (11)
1985
L, 4-5 (14)
1986
L, 0-4
1986
L, 1-9

1987
1987

L, 8-16
L, 1-13

Missouri Valley College
(2-0)
May 30, 1962
W, 4-1
May 30, 1962
W, 18-0
Missouri Western State
(7-8)
May 25, 1971
L, 5-8
May 27, 1972
W, 11-0
May 24, 1973
W, 4-2
May 22, 1975
L, 1-3
May 23, 1975
W, 10-7
May 23, 1975
L, 2-3 (11)
1978
L, 0-3
1978
W, 5-4
1979
L, 1-2
1980
L, 2-3
1980
W, 5-3
1981
W, 10-6
1982
L, 2-3
1982
L, 3-4
1987
W, 8-7
Morningside, IA
(1-1)
May 25, 1973
W, 10-0
1977
L, 1-3
Mt. Marty, SD
(1-1)
March 31, 1994
W, 2-0
March 31, 1994
L, 1-5
Mt. Vernon Nazarine, OH
(3-0)
1988
W, 2-1
1989
W, 10-4
1990
W, 6-5
Muskingum, OH
(1-0)
March 5, 2009
W, 10-9
Nebraska-Kearney
(2-0)
April 1, 2009
W, 4-0
April 1, 2009
W, 14-1
Nebraska-Omaha
(1-4)
Feb. 26, 2005
L, 4-8
April 19, 2006
L, 10-11
April 19, 2006
L, 10-17
Feb. 20, 2009
W, 8-1
Feb. 20, 2009
L, 5-8
Nebraska Wesleyan
(5-1)
March 31, 1958
W, 14-5
March 31, 1958
W, 9-0
April 13, 1959
W, 12-1
April 13, 1959
W, 12-5
April 19, 1960
L, 4-5
April 19, 1960
W, 10-9

New Hampshire College
(3-2)
1991
W, 9-8
1991
L, 3-8
1991
W, 4-2
March 2, 1998
L, 5-6
March 2, 1998
W, 20-3
New Jersey Institute of
Technology
(1-0)
March 16, 2005
W, 21-17
North Dakota
(7-1)
1985
W, 13-3
1985
W, 11-9
1986
W, 9-0
1986
W, 7-3
March 13, 2000
W, 9-8
March 13, 2000
W, 4-3
March 6, 2008
W, 8-3
March 6, 2008
L, 1-5
North Dakota State
(3-6-2)
1986
L, 6-7 (8)
1986
T, 0-0
1987
W, 6-4
1987
L, 1-2
March 6, 1995
T, 7-7
March 5, 1996
L, 1-9
March 7, 1996
L, 1-4
March 5, 1997
W, 10-5
Feb. 28, 2004
L, 2-3
March 19, 2004
W, 11-4
March 20, 2004
L, 8-16
Northeastern State, OH
(10-12)
April 16, 1951
W, 12-0
1979
L, 0-1
1979
W, 11-3
1980
L, 3-6
1980
W, 9-3
1980
W, 8-7
1980
W, 4-3
1981
W, 7-4
1981
W, 18-8
1982
L, 1-11
1982
L, 4-12
1982
W, 15-2
1982
L, 4-5
March 28, 1983
L, 2-8
March 28, 1983
L, 5-6
March 29, 1983
L, 0-3
March 30, 1984
L, 5-6
March 30, 1984
L, 5-6
1985
W, 11-7
1985
L, 8-9
1985
W, 6-2
1985
L, 3-4
Northern Colorado
(1-1)
May 14, 1998
L, 2-5
May 15, 1998
W, 16-11

Northern Illinois
(1-3)
May 12, 1961
L, 2-5
May 12, 1961
L, 1-4
May 13, 1961
L, 5-6
March 26, 2002 W, 15-14 (11)
Northern Iowa
(8-4)
April 22, 1950
L, 4-6
April 28, 1951
W, 6-0
May 2, 1952
W, 6-5
May 15, 1953
W, 4-3
April 16, 1955
W, 8-3
April 19, 1958
W, 5-2
May 3, 1960
L, 2-9
April 20, 1961
L, 1-10
April 17, 1962
W, 7-3
April 20, 1963
W, 19-1
April 20, 1963
L, 6-11
May 2, 1966
W, 8-7
Northern State, SD
(93-14-1)
1979
W, 16-6
1979
W, 14-7
1979
W, 13-2
1979
W, 13-0
1980
W, 11-4
1980
W, 8-5
1981
W, 12-2
1981
W, 10-0
1982
W, 10-5
1982
W, 4-2
1982
L, 2-3
1982
W, 25-0
April 22, 1983
W, 5-1
April 22, 1983
W, 11-1
April 23, 1983
W, 9-5
April 23, 1983
L, 7-10
March 19, 1984
W, 10-0
March 20, 1984
T, 6-6
April 19, 1984
W, 9-6
April 19, 1984
W, 10-0
April 20, 1984
W, 4-2
April 20, 1984
W, 17-0 (9)
1985
W, 4-3
1985
W, 7-0
1985
W, 7-2
1985
W, 9-2
1987
W, 7-1
1987
W, 2-0
1987
W, 11-4
1987
W, 9-3
1988
L, 6-7
1988
W, 11-4
1988
L, 5-7
1988
W, 15-4
1989
W, 3-1
1989
W, 8-4
1989
W, 18-4
1989
W, 11-1
1990
W, 13-10
1990
W, 11-2
1990
L, 6-9
1990
W, 12-2
1991
W, 3-1
1991
W, 5-1
1991
W, 3-1
1991
W, 7-2

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
April 17, 1992
April 17, 1992
April 18, 1992
April 18, 1992
April 30, 1993
April 30, 1993
April 22, 1994
April 22, 1994
April 23, 1994
April 23, 1994
April 28, 1995
April 28, 1995
April 29, 1995
April 29, 1995
April 19, 1996
April 19, 1996
April 20, 1996
April 20, 1996
May 9, 1996
April 26, 1997
April 26, 1997
April 27, 1997
April 27, 1997
May 9, 1997
April 3, 1998
April 3, 1998
April 4, 1998
April 4, 1998
May 7, 1998
April 2, 1999
April 2, 1999
April 3, 1999
April 3, 1999
April 9, 2000
April 9, 2000
March 29, 2002
March 29, 2002
March 30, 2002
March 30, 2002
May 2, 2003
May 2, 2003
May 3, 2003
March 27, 2004
March 27, 2004
March 28, 2004
March 28, 2004
March 25, 2005
March 25, 2005
March 26, 2005
March 26, 2006
April 8, 2006
April 8, 2006
April 9, 2006
April 9, 2006
March 24, 2007
March 24, 2007
March 25, 2007
March 25, 2007
March 29, 2008
March 29, 2008
March 30, 2008
March 30, 2008

L, 3-5
L, 4-5
L, 18-19
W, 7-4
W, 7-3
W, 2-1
L, 1-2
L, 4-5
W, 2-1
W, 6-1
W, 3-1
W, 11-1
W, 11-1
W, 10-0
W, 15-8
W, 17-4
L, 4-6
L, 3-5
W, 10-1
W, 5-0
W, 5-1
W, 5-2
W, 7-4
W, 11-3
W, 11-0
W, 12-0
W, 5-1
W, 16-3
W, 11-5
W, 13-1
W, 5-0
W, 2-0
W, 4-1
W, 14-1
W, 3-2
W, 10-5
W, 3-1
W, 12-1
W, 7-3
W, 11-0
W, 7-2
W, 16-5
W, 2-1
W, 4-2
W, 14-13
L, 1-2
W, 10-2
W, 4-3
L, 8-17
W, 20-13
W, 7-3
W, 9-3
W, 8-3
W, 6-0
W, 8-1
W, 8-0
W, 15-1
W, 8-5
W, 6-1
W, 7-2
W, 9-7
W, 7-0

Northwestern, IA
(1-0)
1979
W, 5-0
Northwestern, MN
(2-0)
May 18, 1954
W, 22-3

May 6, 1955

W, 26-1

Oklahoma Baptist
(4-3)
March 28, 1984
L, 1-2
March 28, 1984
W, 7-3
1985
W, 4-1
1985
W, 18-4
1985
W, 3-1
1985
L, 7-9
1989
L, 4-8
Oklahoma Christian
(0-1)
June 6, 1972
L, 3-5
Oklahoma City University
(0-4)
1977
L, 2-3
1977
L, 7-15
1987
L, 4-5
1987
L, 0-10
Olivet Nazarine, IL
(0-1)
1988
L, 2-7
Park College, MO
(0-2)
May 7, 1920
L, 5-7
May 21, 1920
L, 3-4
Peru State, NE
(1-0-1)
1981
W, 13-0
1981
T, 8-8
Phillips, OK
(0-3)
1977
1979
1979

L, 9-10
L, 6-12
L, 0-2

Pillsbury Baptist, MN
(0-1)
May 12, 1919
L, 2-10
Pittsburg State, KS
(1-0)
May 15, 1998
W, 7-5
Pittsburgh University, PA
(0-1)
March 8, 1994
L, 3-5
Plymouth State, NH
(0-3)
March 25, 1992
L, 1-3
March 26, 1992
L, 7-15
March 27, 1992
L, 8-9
Point Park, PA
(1-0)
March 8, 2002
W, 5-4
Quincy, IL
(1-1)
April 14, 1956
L, 6-7
April 14, 1956
W, 15-1

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Regis, CO
(0-1)
March 4, 2002

L, 2-6

Rockford, IL
(2-0)
March 7, 1994
W, 5-4
March 10, 1994
W, 12-8
Rockhurst, MO
(3-2)
April 21, 1951
W, 20-5
April 30, 2000
W, 7-5
April 30, 2000
L, 5-7
May 18, 2000
L, 7-8
March 27, 2003
W, 6-2
Rosary College, IL
(1-0)
March 7, 1995
W, 6-1
Saginaw Valley State, MI
(2-3)
March 3, 1997
W, 9-4
March 3, 1997
L, 4-7
March 4, 1998
W, 6-2
March 7, 2008
L, 2-3
March 7, 2008
L, 1-2
St. Ambrose, IA
(1-2)
March 8, 1994
W, 2-0
May 19, 1994
L, 7-8
March 9, 1995
L, 2-4
St. Anslem, NH
(2-0)
March 5, 1998
W, 15-0
March 8, 2001
W, 8-3
St. Cloud State
(68-55)
May 12, 1938
L, 1-17
May 12, 1938
L, 1-7
May 25, 1939
W, 13-8
May 25, 1939
W, 6-0
May 3, 1940
W, 3-2
May 3, 1940
L, 2-9
May 23, 1941
W, 2-0
May 23, 1941
W, 9-6
May 11, 1946
L, 0-6
May 11, 1946
L, 4-6
May 3, 1947
L, 0-8
May 3, 1947
L, 1-3
April 30, 1948
L, 1-2
April 30, 1948
W, 5-4
May 14, 1949
L, 1-2
May 14, 1949
W, 4-3
May 13, 1950
W, 7-2
May 13, 1950
L, 11-12
May 12, 1951
L, 3-4
May 12, 1951
W, 2-1
May 28, 1952
W, 4-3
May 28, 1952
W, 4-1
May 9, 1953
W, 4-1
May 9, 1953
W, 7-0
May 8, 1954
W, 4-1
May 7, 1955
W, 11-4
May 7, 1955
L, 0-10
May 26, 1956
W, 7-3

May 26, 1956
May 20, 1957
May 20, 1957
May 10, 1958
May 10, 1958
May 9, 1959
May 9, 1959
May 25, 1960
May 25, 1960
April 22, 1961
April 22, 1961
April 27, 1962
April 27, 1962
May 4, 1963
May 4, 1963
May 2, 1964
May 2, 1964
May 2, 1964
May 7, 1965
May 8, 1965
May 8, 1965
May 6, 1966
May 7, 1966
May 7, 1966
May 12, 1967
May 13, 1967
May 13, 1967
May 10, 1968
May 11, 1968
May 11, 1968
May 16, 1969
May 18, 1969
May 18, 1969
May 15, 1970
May 16, 1970
May 16, 1970
April 17, 1971
April 17, 1971
April 17, 1971
May 12, 1972
May 14, 1972
May 14, 1972
May 11, 1973
May 12, 1973
May 12, 1973
May 12, 1974
May 12, 1974
May 9, 1975
May 9, 1975
May 10, 1975
1976
1976
1976
1976
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1979
1979
1979
1980
1980
1980
1981
1981
1985
1987

L, 5-13
W, 2-0
W, 8-1
L, 3-7
W, 7-6
W, 12-5
W, 5-4 (12)
L, 4-7
W, 4-3
W, 9-8
W, 10-8
W, 2-0
W, 3-0
W, 2-0
W, 4-2
L, 0-5
L, 1-2
L, 1-3
L, 5-7
W, 8-1
W, 10-9
L, 8-9
L, 1-3
L, 2-8
W, 5-4
L, 2-7
L, 1-6
L, 2-3
L, 0-11
W, 4-3
L, 4-9
L, 1-2
W, 1-0
W, 3-1
L, 1-2
L, 2-3
L, 2-7
L, 2-9
W, 8-7
L, 2-4
L, 1-2
W, 3-2
W, 9-6
W, 5-2
W, 7-3
L, 2-3
W, 12-3
W, 1-0
L, 3-4
L, 3-5
L, 6-9
W, 2-1
L, 0-3
W, 8-4
W, 8-4
W, 4-3
W, 27-6
W, 5-4
W, 2-1
L, 3-9
W, 6-4
W, 4-1
L, 1-6
W, 5-4
W, 9-4
L, 0-10
W, 2-0
W, 2-0
L, 3-9 (9)
L, 0-7

1987
1988
1988
1990
1990
April 28, 1996
April 28, 1996
April 15, 1997
April 15, 1997
April 19, 1998
April 19, 1998
April 21, 1999
April 21, 1999
April 25, 2002
April 25, 2002
April 1, 2003
April 1, 2003
April 20, 2004
April 20, 2004
April 6, 2005
April 6, 2005
April 12, 2006
April 12, 2006
May 2, 2007

L, 3-4
L, 0-10
L, 4-9
W, 10-3
W, 4-3
L, 3-6
W, 7-6
W, 18-1
W, 10-8
W, 6-2
W, 1-0
W, 3-1
L, 1-3
W, 11-3
L, 1-7
W, 8-3
L, 4-6
L, 1-5
W, 3-2
L, 1-3
L, 4-8
W, 8-5
L, 4-6
W, 11-3

St. Francis, IL
(1-2)
1985
1985
1989

W, 9-8
L, 4-5
L, 5-11

St. Joseph’s, IN
(0-1)
March 10, 2000
L, 0-1
St. John’s, MN
(11-5)
April 6, 1974
W, 8-0
April 6, 1974
W, 8-6
1977
W, 7-0
1977
L, 3-4
1977
W, 11-1
1991
L, 2-3
1991
W, 5-1
March 12, 1992
L, 2-5
March 12, 1992
W, 5-3
April 1, 1993
L, 4-5
April 1, 1993
W, 4-3
March 26, 1995
W, 5-4
March 26, 1995
L, 4-5
March 31, 1996
W, 11-3
March 31, 1996
W, 11-4
April 30, 2000
W, 4-2
Feb. 20, 2010
W, 6-1
Feb. 21, 2010
L, 2-3
May 14, 2010
L, 5-6
St. Louis University
(8-17-1)
April 13, 1956
L, 5-7
April 5, 1963
W, 5-1
April 5, 1963
L, 1-3
April 4, 1964
T, 0-0
April 9, 1964
L, 6-8
April 10, 1964
W, 6-2
April 10, 1964
L, 0-6
April 1, 1966
L, 2-13
April 2, 1966
L, 0-3
April 2, 1966
L, 0-4
March 31, 1967
L, 0-3

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
April 1, 1967
April 1, 1967
April 5, 1968
April 6, 1968
April 6, 1968
March 29, 1969
March 29, 1969
April 3, 1970
April 4, 1970
April 4, 1970
April 1, 1971
April 1, 1971
March 31, 1972
1976
1976

W, 7-4
W, 7-3
L, 4-8
L, 3-8
L, 1-6
L, 4-12
L, 2-11
L, 3-4
W, 5-3
L, 0-4
L, 2-4
W, 4-2
L, 3-4
W, 8-5
W, 5-3

Saint Mary’s, MN
(42-36-3)
May 30, 1919
L, 1-14
April 21, 1920
L, 2-9
May 4, 1920
L, 5-14
May 5, 1936
L, 2-8
May 12, 1936
W, 10-1
May 19, 1936
T, 3-3
May 28, 1936
T, 7-7
May 4, 1937
L, 1-7
May 14, 1937
W, 7-5
May 18, 1937
W, 7-5
May 10, 1938
W, 10-1
May 24, 1938
L, 4-9
May 26, 1938
L, 5-6
May 17, 1939
L, 2-17
May 22, 1939
L, 1-7
May 22, 1940
W, 6-3
June 1, 1940
W, 4-2
May 1, 1941
L, 1-4
May 6, 1941
L, 4-11
May 1, 1942
L, 1-6
May 19, 1942
L, 2-10
May 5, 1943
W, 7-4
May 14, 1943
L, 0-4
May 24, 1943
W, 9-4
April 26, 1946
L, 9-16
May 8, 1946
L, 8-15
May 20, 1947
T, 6-6
May 30, 1947
L, 6-7 (11)
May 20, 1948
L, 2-9
May 25, 1948
W, 4-2
May 5, 1949
W, 7-1
May 23, 1949
W, 14-3
May 4, 1950
W, 5-3
May 8, 1950
W, 7-0
May 17, 1951
W, 4-0
May 13, 1952
W, 2-1
May 23, 1952
L, 1-9
May 27, 1953
L, 2-4
April 27, 1954
L, 1-8
May 7, 1954
W, 12-4
May 16, 1955
L, 6-7 (12)
May 27, 1955
L, 3-4
April 23, 1956
L, 0-9
May 17, 1956
W, 6-4
April 18, 1957
L, 3-13
May 10, 1957
L, 2-7
1981
W, 1-0
1981
W, 6-3
April 24, 1983
L, 4-5
April 24, 1983
L, 6-7
May 7, 1984
W, 17-4 (6)
May 7, 1984
W, 11-9

1985
1985
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1990
1990
1991
1991
April 2, 1992
April 2, 1992
April 6, 1993
April 6, 1993
May 2, 1996
April 10, 1997
March 29, 1998
April 27, 1998
April 26, 1999
March 22, 2000
April 5, 2000
April 7, 2001
March 26, 2003
March 31, 2004
May 10, 2005
March 30, 2006
March 18, 2010

W, 9-5
W, 8-7
W, 5-2
W, 2-1
L, 0-11
W, 10-6
W, 3-2
L, 11-12
W, 5-0
L, 3-4
W, 5-3
L, 0-1
L, 2-3
L, 3-12
W, 8-2
W, 3-2
W, 4-0
W, 16-3
L, 4-9
W, 14-2
W, 7-1
L, 2-4
W, 5-4
W, 17-10
W, 3-2
W, 23-3
W, 12-10
W, 5-1
W, 3-1

St. Olaf, MN
(4-2)
1976
1976
1978
1978
1979
1979

W, 8-7
W, 10-0
W, 5-4
W, 10-2
L, 5-9
L, 3-4

St. Rose, NY
(2-2)
March 5, 1998
W, 14-3
March 14, 2000
L, 2-6
March 14, 2000
L, 3-6
March 5, 2007
W, 16-12
St. Scholastica, MN
(4-3)
May 7, 1992
L, 7-8
May 8, 1992
W, 12-2
May 12, 1994
W, 14-0
March 27, 1997
W, 1-0
March 28, 1997
L, 1-4
March 29, 1997
L, 3-9
March 31, 2000
W, 6-1
St. Thomas, MN
(22-5)
May 24, 1965
W, 3-2 (13)
May 24, 1965
W, 4-1
May 21, 1972
W, 3-1
May 21, 1972
W, 3-2 (8)
1981
W, 6-4
April 20, 1983
W, 7-3
April 20, 1983
W, 10-9
April 7, 1984
W, 12-6
April 7, 1984
W, 7-4
May 11, 1984
L, 3-4
May 11, 1984
L, 3-5
1985
W, 12-6

1985
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1989
1989
1990
1990
1991
1991
April 16, 1992
April 16, 1992

W, 20-2
L, 0-1
L, 4-7
W, 8-5
W, 6-4
W, 14-5
W, 11-0
W, 15-14
W, 3-2
W, 10-0
W, 8-6
W, 7-5
L, 0-12
W, 9-7
W, 10-2

St. Xavier, IL
(2-5)
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1991
1991

W, 3-1
L, 0-2
L, 5-9
L, 0-8
L, 13-14
W, 13-9
L, 6-15

Salem International, WV
(1-0)
March 3, 2002
W, 8-7
Science of Philadelphia
(2-0)
March 3, 2008
W, 8-3
March 3, 2008
W, 20-2
Seton Hill, PA
(0-2)
March 8, 2007
L, 3-7
March 8, 2007
L, 6-16
Shippensburg, PA
(0-1)
March 8, 2004
L, 3-11
Sioux Falls, SD
(2-0)
March 16, 1999
W, 16-0
March 16, 1999
W, 8-1
Slippery Rock, PA
(3-1)
March 12, 1999
L, 7-10
March 9, 2001
W, 4-3
March 10, 2004
W, 17-10
March 10, 2004
W, 7-1
South Dakota
(1-0)
March 7, 1997
W, 11-8
South Dakota State
(2-1)
April 20, 1960
L, 3-4 (10)
1986
W, 11-3
1986
W, 5-2
Southeast Missouri State
(0-1)
April 2, 1975
L, 4-6

Southern Ill.-Carbondale
(0-2)
April 1, 1975
L, 0-2
April 1, 1975
L, 0-8
Southern Ill.-Edwardsville
(5-7)
March 28, 1969
W, 2-0
March 28, 1969
L, 0-1
April 3, 1971
L, 0-2
April 3, 1971
W, 1-0
March 30, 1973
L, 2-4
March 30, 1973
L, 0-4
March 30, 1974
W, 2-1
March 7, 1995
L, 1-9
March 6, 1996
L, 7-11
March 8, 1996
L, 2-3
March 11, 1999
W, 7-6
Feb. 25, 2005
W, 12-11
Southern New Hampshire
(2-0)
March 10, 2003
W, 10-6
March 10, 2003
W, 6-0
Southwest Baptist, MO
(1-3)
1978
L, 3-13
1978
L, 8-10
1987
W, 5-4
1987
L, 3-8
Southwestern, TN
(1-0)
April 3, 1952
W, 5-0
Southwest Minnesota State
(105-53)
April 17, 1970
W, 5-0
April 18, 1970
W, 6-0
April 18, 1970
W, 3-2
April 23, 1971
W, 10-7
April 24, 1971
W, 8-4
April 24, 1971
W, 9-3
May 5, 1972
W, 3-2
May 6, 1972
W, 3-1
May 6, 1972
W, 2-1 (13)
April 20, 1973
W, 9-0
April 21, 1973
W, 7-6
April 21, 1973
W, 6-0
May 3, 1974
W, 12-10
May 4, 1974
L, 4-7
May 4, 1974
L, 2-4
1976
W, 10-8
1976
L, 9-11
1976
L, 14-15
1976
W, 15-0
1977
W, 7-1
1977
W, 6-5
1978
W, 5-4
1978
W, 10-2
1978
L, 1-4
1978
W, 5-4
1979
W, 7-4
1979
W, 6-4
1980
W, 13-1
1980
W, 5-1
1981
L, 3-5
1981
W, 8-4
1982
W, 4-2

1982
1982
1982
April 12, 1983
April 12, 1983
April 26, 1983
April 26, 1983
April 27, 1984
April 28, 1984
April 28, 1984
April 28, 1984
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1985
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1986
1987
1987
1987
1987
1987
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1989
1989
1989
1989
1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
April 24, 1992
April 24, 1992
April 25, 1992
April 25, 1992
May 8, 1992
May 9, 1992
April 17, 1993
April 17, 1993
April 18, 1993
April 18, 1993
May 14, 1993
May 1, 1994
May 1, 1994
May 12, 1994
May 13, 1994
April 14, 1995
April 14, 1995
April 15, 1995
April 15, 1995
April 26, 1996
April 26, 1996
April 27, 1996
April 27, 1996
May 3, 1997
May 3, 1997
May 4, 1997
May 4, 1997

W, 16-6
W, 12-0
L, 3-5
W, 11-1
W, 7-1
W, 7-5
W, 15-0
W, 16-5 (5)
W, 27-2
L, 4-6
L, 3-4
W, 13-11
W, 11-2
W, 6-5
W, 13-3
W, 5-0
W, 5-4
W, 4-0
W, 4-0
L, 4-5
L, 9-10
L, 4-7
W, 11-5
L, 4-7
W, 6-5
L, 0-3
W, 12-1
W, 3-2
W, 22-12
W, 7-6 (14)
W, 10-8
W, 15-11
W, 11-8
L, 11-15
W, 11-1
W, 5-2
W, 6-3
W, 6-1
L, 7-9
W, 8-0
W, 8-1
W, 7-0
W, 14-13
W, 1-0
W, 5-3
W, 7-6
L, 2-3
W, 9-8
W, 5-2
W, 11-1
W, 12-5
L, 6-8
L, 1-8
L, 6-9
W, 7-1
L, 1-3
W, 10-8
W, 19-13
W, 5-1
W, 4-3
W, 1-0
W, 6-0
L, 2-5
W, 6-5
L, 2-3
W, 9-7
L, 3-8
W, 2-1
W, 3-2
L, 1-4

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
May 8, 1997
April 24, 1998
April 24, 1998
April 25, 1998
April 25, 1998
May 9, 1998
May 9, 1998
April 18, 1999
April 18, 1999
May 6, 2000
May 6, 2000
May 12, 2000
May 13, 2000
April 29, 2001
April 29, 2001
May 11, 2001
April 13, 2002
April 13, 2002
April 14, 2002
April 14, 2002
May 10, 2002
May 11, 2002
April 11, 2003
April 11, 2003
April 12, 2003
April 12, 2003
May 1, 2004
May 1, 2004
May 2, 2004
May 2, 2004
May 7, 2004
April 30, 2005
April 30, 2005
May 1, 2005
May 1, 2005
May 13, 2005
May 6, 2006
May 6, 2006
May 7, 2006
May 7, 2006
May 12, 2006
May 10, 2007
March 21, 2008
March 21, 2008
March 22, 2008
March 22, 2008
April 22, 2009
April 22, 2009
April 30, 2009
April 30, 2009
May 7, 2009
April 21, 2010
April 21, 2010
April 28, 2010
April 28, 2010
May 5, 2010

L, 5-16
W, 4-2
L, 4-6
L, 4-5
W, 9-6
L, 9-10
W, 5-3
L, 2-3
L, 0-1
W, 12-3
L, 4-8
W, 7-6
W, 10-3
L, 4-5
W, 2-1
W, 6-5
W, 12-7
L, 6-7
L, 4-5
W, 7-2
W, 22-4
L, 8-10
W, 3-0
W, 4-2
L, 2-11
L, 12-16
L, 3-4
L, 4-5
L, 3-7
W, 7-4
W, 7-2
L, 5-11
W, 19-12
L, 3-10
W, 11-4
L, 7-8
L, 4-9
W, 10-6
W, 7-6
W, 15-9
L, 8-10
W, 6-5
W, 5-1
L, 3-6
W, 9-8
L, 4-7
L, 7-14
L, 8-12
W, 14-3
W, 13-10
L, 6-9
W, 14-8
L, 5-7
L, 3-16
W, 11-2
W, 8-6

Spring Arbor, MI
(1-0)
May 25, 1992
W, 5-4
Stonehill, MA
(1-0)
March 8, 1997
W, 17-9
Tampa, FL
(0-1)
March 12, 2000
L, 2-19

Taylor, IN
(0-1)
1990

L, 4-5

April 7, 2010
April 14, 2010
April 14, 2010

W, 5-3
W, 27-10
W, 8-4

Teikyo Westmar, IA
(1-0)
April 14, 1959
W, 11-4

Valparaiso, IN
(1-0)
March 23, 2001
W, 6-4

Transylvania, KY
(1-0)
March 18, 1999
W, 10-1

Viterbo, WI
(18-7)

Truman State, MO
(3-0)
March 31, 1971
W, 3-0
March 31, 1971
W, 7-6
March 16, 2005
W, 16-9
Union, TN
(3-0)
April 9, 1953
April 10, 1953
1989

W, 7-1
W, 5-2
W, 4-2

Upper Iowa
(27-20)
April 17, 1948
L, 9-12
May 10, 1948
W, 4-2
April 13, 1949
W, 13-11
May 2, 1949
L, 10-14
April 15, 1955
W, 16-7
May 23, 1956
L, 6-11
March 30, 1967
L, 3-6
April 7, 1968
W, 4-3
April 30, 1968
W, 6-1
April 30, 1968
W, 11-9
April 29, 1969
W, 6-0
April 29, 1969
W, 4-0
March 29, 1973
W, 3-1
March 29, 1973
W, 4-0
1980
W, 11-2
1980
W, 9-7
April 24, 1995
W, 9-5
April 22, 1996
W, 6-5
May 5, 1997
L, 7-9
April 29, 1998
L, 9-10
May 8, 2000
L, 10-11
April 18, 2001
W, 7-4
April 18, 2001
W, 9-4
April 15, 2004
L, 9-14
April 15, 2004
W, 6-2
April 23, 2005
W, 15-7
April 23, 2005
W, 7-5
April 24, 2005
L, 3-4
April 24, 2005
W, 7-2
April 29, 2006
L, 4-6
April 21, 2007
W, 3-2
April 21, 2007
L, 1-5
April 22, 2007
W, 9-1
April 22, 2007
L, 2-8
April 26, 2008
L, 4-9
April 26, 2008
L, 1-8
April 27, 2008
L, 2-10
April 27, 2008
L, 3-5
May 9, 2008
L, 6-9
April 7, 2009
L, 15-16
April 7, 2009
L, 0-5
April 15, 2009
W, 8-0
April 15, 2009
L, 3-4
April 7, 2010
W, 8-6

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

1989
1989
1990
1990
1990
1991
April 14, 1992
April 14, 1992
May 10, 1994
May 9, 1995
May 6, 1996
April 13, 1998
March 28, 1999
April 1, 2000
April 18, 2000
April 18, 2001
April 18, 2001
April 9, 2002
April 9, 2002
April 23, 2002
May 5, 2005
May 7, 2007
May 5, 2008
May 4, 2009
May 3, 2010

L, 0-3
W, 3-2
L, 5-14
L, 3-4
L, 3-4
L, 2-8
W, 8-3
W, 8-0
L, 7-8 (11)
W, 5-3
W, 9-3
W, 9-8
W, 7-6
L, 2-3
W, 7-3
W, 7-4
W, 9-4
W, 14-4
W, 8-4
W, 9-6
W, 13-8
W, 8-4
W, 5-3
W, 4-3
W, 5-3

Walsh, OH
(0-1)
March 6, 1996

L, 0-8

Wartburg, IA
(12-3)
May 10, 1943
L, 5-6
April 16, 1948
L, 1-2
April 23, 1949
W, 15-3
April 14, 1950
W, 12-3
April 28, 1951
L, 1-3
May 3, 1952
W, 6-3
April 17, 1954
W, 9-5
April 16, 1962
W, 5-3
May 24, 1963
W, 4-0
May 25, 1963
W, 2-1
April 15, 1974
W, 13-7
April 15, 1974
W, 7-0
April 22, 1975
W, 17-4
1976
W, 7-5
1976
W, 8-3
Washburn, KS
(6-3)
1980
1980
1981
1981
1982
1982
1985
1985
March 15, 2002

W, 4-0
W, 6-4
W, 2-1
L, 0-1
L, 1-12
L, 5-6
W, 9-0
W, 14-11
W, 6-5

Washington University, MO
(2-1)
March 31, 1974
L, 0-3
1976
W, 14-8
1976
W, 12-3
Wayne State, NE
(16-28)
1991
L, 5-17
1991
L, 5-7
April 24, 1999
L, 2-3
April 24, 1999
W, 7-1
April 25, 1999
W, 2-1
April 25, 1999
W, 3-2
May 8, 1999
L, 4-7
May 5, 2000
W, 14-13
May 5, 2000
W, 3-2
April 27, 2001
W, 4-3
April 27, 2001
W, 4-3
May 12, 2001
L, 0-3
May 12, 2001
L, 3-4
April 22, 2002
W, 8-7
April 22, 2002
L, 5-6
May 11, 2002
L, 4-5 (10)
April 17, 2004
L, 0-6
April 17, 2004
W, 7-5
April 18, 2004
W, 14-10
April 18, 2004
L, 9-13
May 7, 2004
L, 2-3
May 8, 2004
L, 6-8
April 2, 2005
L, 6-13
April 2, 2005
L, 6-7
April 3, 2005
L, 7-9
April 3, 2005
L, 8-17
May 12, 2005
L, 3-4
April 22, 2006
L, 1-9
April 22, 2006
L, 2-4
April 23, 2006
L, 2-13
April 23, 2006
W, 6-1
April 18, 2007
L, 2-4
April 18, 2007
W, 8-2
May 12, 2007
W, 9-7
April 2, 2008
L, 6-7
April 2, 2008
L, 4-10
April 23, 2008
L, 3-9
April 23, 2008
L, 5-11
May 8, 2008
L, 3-6
May 8, 2009
L, 9-13
Feb. 26, 2010
W, 6-2
Feb. 26, 2010
L, 1-2
Feb. 27, 2010
W, 2-1
Feb. 27, 2010
W, 6-5
Wayne State, MI
(4-1)
March 14, 2003
W, 12-11
March 14, 2003
L, 8-9
March 13, 2005
W, 19-6
March 15, 2006
W, 5-3
March 15, 2006
W, 8-3
West Chester, PA
(0-1)
March 13, 2005
L, 2-10
Western Illinois, IL
(0-2)
April 15, 1957
L, 2-4
April 15, 1957
L, 0-3

West Liberty State, WV
(3-1)
March 9, 2003
W, 22-9
March 9, 2003
L, 3-7
March 13, 2006
W, 9-5
March 13, 2006
W, 26-0
Westminster, MO
(2-0)
April 16, 1949
W, 8-1
1981
W, 17-3
Wichita State, KS
(0-2)
1982
L, 2-13
1982
L, 2-25
William Jewel, MO
(4-4)
May 27, 1965
W, 8-6
1976
L, 6-7
1976
L, 6-9
1977
W, 8-6
1979
W, 5-4
1981
L, 2-6
1981
W, 8-2
1981
L, 6-9
William Penn, IA
(1-0)
March 25, 1983
W, 14-0
Williams, MA
(1-1)
1991
1991

L, 9-10
W, 8-7

Wisconsin
(0-1)
May 25, 1950
L, 7-13
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
(50-15)
May 2, 1919
L, 0-17
May 23, 1919
L, 4-17
May 9, 1938
L, 11-12
May 16, 1938
L, 9-10
April 26, 1939
W, 10-7
May 9, 1939
W, 18-14
May 7, 1940
L, 3-8
May 7, 1940
L, 0-6
May 13, 1941
W, 11-1
May 12, 1942
W, 6-3
May 28, 1942
W, 10-1
May 18, 1943
W, 11-8
May 21, 1943
L, 4-5
May 17, 1946
W, 10-7
April 25, 1947
W, 17-7
May 14, 1947
W, 8-2
May 7, 1948
L, 4-8
May 18, 1949
W, 8-0
May 18, 1949
W, 22-3
May 17, 1950
W, 3-0
May 17, 1950
W, 6-1
May 17, 1952
W, 4-3
May 17, 1952
W, 5-2
May 16, 1953
W, 9-1
May 16, 1953
W, 10-3
May 15, 1954
W, 11-2
May 15, 1954
W, 8-2

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
May 14, 1955
May 15, 1955
May 12, 1956
May 12, 1956
May 5, 1959
May 5, 1959
May 10, 1960
May 10, 1960
May 4, 1970
May 4, 1970
March 12, 1971
March 12, 1971
April 18, 1972
April 18, 1972
April 23, 1973
April 23, 1973
1976
1976
1977
1977
1981
1982
1982
April 29, 1983
April 29, 1983
April 3, 1984
April 3, 1984
1986
1986
1987
1987
1988
1988
1989
1989
May 13, 1992
May 14, 1992

W, 9-1
W, 5-2
W, 3-1
W, 7-2
L, 3-4
W, 19-3
W, 5-3
W, 4-3
W, 6-0
L, 2-4
W, 4-3
W, 9-2
W, 10-1
W, 3-0
W, 6-2
W, 13-0
W, 4-2
W, 10-4
W, 4-0
W, 6-0
W, 5-3
W, 5-1
W, 13-2
W, 15-5
L, 1-3
W, 5-4 (9)
W, 8-2
L, 1-3
W, 8-4
L, 2-5
W, 7-4
W, 5-2
L, 10-13
L, 4-6
W, 8-7
W, 12-6
W, 11-5

Wisconsin-La Crosse
(58-60-1)
April 30, 1938
L, 1-10
April 30, 1938
L, 4-7
April 22, 1939
L, 7-13
May 2, 1939
L, 3-12
April 27, 1940
W, 7-3
May 14, 1940
L, 3-7
April 29, 1941
W, 4-2
May 27, 1941
L, 4-12
April 22, 1942
L, 5-22
May 15, 1942
W, 3-2
April 20, 1943
L, 5-10
May 12, 1943
W, 20-19
April 16, 1946
L, 4-11
April 29, 1946
L, 0-22
April 30, 1947
W, 7-3
May 31, 1947
W, 12-10
April 20, 1948
L, 4-14
April 27, 1948
W, 5-4 (12)
April 19, 1949
W, 11-6
April 25, 1949
L, 7-10
April 18, 1950
L, 1-4
May 21, 1950
L, 2-6
May 1, 1951
W, 11-6
May 22, 1951
W, 12-5
April 22, 1952
W, 5-4
May 20, 1952
L, 6-7
April 28, 1953
W, 5-4
May 20, 1953
W, 9-2
April 29, 1954
L, 4-6
May 25, 1954
L, 2-9

April 23, 1955
May 24, 1955
May 18, 1956
May 22, 1956
May 1, 1957
May 6, 1958
May 14, 1958
April 28, 1959
May 21, 1959
May 24, 1960
April 27, 1961
May 23, 1961
April 24, 1963
May 1, 1963
April 16, 1964
May 19, 1964
April 21, 1965
April 14, 1966
April 28, 1966
April 18, 1967
April 25, 1967
May 7, 1968
May 7, 1968
May 7, 1969
May 7, 1969
April 20, 1971
April 20, 1971
April 30, 1972
April 30, 1972
May 26, 1972
May 27, 1972
May 27, 1972
April 7, 1973
April 7, 1973
April 24, 1974
April 24, 1974
April 14, 1975
April 14, 1975
1976
1976
1976
1977
1977
1977
1978
1979
1979
1982
1982
May 4, 1983
May 4, 1983
April 25, 1984
April 25, 1984
1985
1985
1985
1987
1987
1988
1988
1989
1989
1990
1991
1991
April 7, 1992
April 7, 1992
April 18, 1994
April 18, 1994
April 17, 1995

L, 0-4
L, 0-1
L, 3-7
L, 2-7
L, 4-8
W, 8-3
W, 8-6
W, 17-11
W, 4-1
L, 5-7
W, 33-8
L, 5-6
W, 14-3
W, 8-4
L, 7-12
W, 21-3
W, 9-6
W, 6-4
L, 2-7
W, 6-3
W, 11-0
W, 5-3
T, 2-2
L, 3-4
W, 14-7
W, 7-1
W, 4-1
L, 7-10
L, 6-7
L, 3-4
W, 5-1
W, 7-1
L, 0-8
W, 7-1
L, 0-5
L, 2-5
L, 5-6 (10)
W, 4-1
W, 6-5
W, 7-0
W, 10-8
W, 4-0
W, 7-6
L, 3-5
W, 10-9
L, 1-4
L, 0-8
L, 2-3
L, 2-3
W, 9-8
L, 6-9
L, 5-9
W, 3-1
W, 8-3
W, 7-1
L, 3-5
L, 3-4
L, 5-7
L, 9-12
L, 8-16
L, 1-5
W, 8-0
W, 1-0
W, 3-1
L, 7-8
W, 3-0
W, 16-3
W, 9-5
L, 0-15
L, 2-3

April 17, 1995
April 6, 1996
April 6, 1996
April 22, 1997
April 22, 1997
April 21, 1998
April 21, 1998
April 8, 1999
April 11, 2000
April 11, 2000
April 17, 2001
April 17, 2001
May 7, 2002
April 21, 2003
May 7, 2003
May 7, 2003
April 29, 2004
May 4, 2004
April 26, 2005

W, 3-2
L, 1-8
W, 3-0
L, 1-3 (8)
W, 6-1
L, 2-11
W, 9-2
W, 8-3
L, 0-9
W, 8-2
L, 0-3
L, 7-8
W, 7-6
L, 9-13
L, 2-11
W, 12-9
L, 0-2
L, 10-12
W, 10-6

Wisconsin-Milwaukee
(19-4)
April 13, 1963
W, 4-0
April 13, 1963
W, 10-2
April 28, 1965
L, 0-5
April 22, 1966
W, 7-2
April 23, 1966
W, 7-1
April 23, 1966
W, 4-1
April 14, 1967
W, 6-2
April 15, 1967
W, 1-0
April 15, 1967
W, 4-1
April 12, 1968
W, 8-1
April 13, 1968
W, 2-1
April 13, 1968
W, 5-2
April 11, 1969
W, 8-2
April 12, 1969
L, 5-10
April 12, 1969
W, 8-0
April 10, 1970
W, 1-0
April 10, 1970
L, 0-1
April 11, 1970
W, 8-1
April 11, 1970
L, 5-7
April 9, 1971
W, 13-3
April 9, 1971
W, 7-2
April 10, 1971
W, 5-0
April 10, 1971
W, 1-0
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
(8-13)
May 25, 1968
W, 7-3
May 25, 1973
L, 2-4
May 26, 1973
L, 1-6
May 22, 1975
W, 3-1
May 23, 1975
W, 5-3
1989
W, 5-2
1989
W, 10-5
1991
W, 2-1
1991
W, 6-3
April 4, 1992
L, 1-3
April 4, 1992
L, 1-11
April 5, 1992
L, 0-5
April 5, 1992
L, 0-1
April 9, 1993
W, 4-1
April 9, 1993
L, 6-8
April 10, 1993
L, 1-5
April 10, 1993
L, 0-5
April 9, 1994
L, 0-7
April 9, 1994
L, 2-9
April 10, 1994
L, 4-12
April 10, 1994
L, 1-6

Wisconsin-Parkside
(6-5)
April 8, 1995
W, 1-0
April 8, 1995
W, 3-1
April 14, 1998
W, 13-8
April 14, 1998
W, 17-1
April 25, 2001
L, 2-10
April 25, 2001
W, 9-3
April 15, 2003
L, 2-11
April 15, 2003
L, 13-13
April 13, 2004
L, 5-8
April 13, 2004
L, 6-16
May 3, 2005
W, 6-3
Wisconsin-Platteville
(5-0)
1980
W, 3-2
1980
W, 10-7
1981
W, 8-7
1981
W, 6-0
1990
W, 4-3
Wisconsin-River Falls
(42-12-1)
April 30, 1949
W, 17-9
May 24, 1949
L, 1-10
May 23, 1950
W, 3-2
May 23, 1950
W, 6-5
May 23, 1951
W, 10-2
May 24, 1952
W, 6-1
May 24, 1952
W, 3-1
May 23, 1953
W, 4-1
May 23, 1953
W, 7-5
May 22, 1954
W, 8-1
May 22, 1954
W, 7-2
May 21, 1955
W, 4-2
May 21, 1955
W, 4-0
May 19, 1956
W, 5-1
May 19, 1956
W, 7-0
April 21, 1959
L, 2-3
April 21, 1959
W, 11-5
April 26, 1960
W, 4-3
April 26, 1960
W, 7-3
May 2, 1961
W, 8-1
May 2, 1961
W, 8-5
May 1, 1962
W, 12-6
May 1, 1962
W, 10-5
April 19, 1963
W, 4-3
April 19, 1963
W, 20-1
May 5, 1964
L, 0-1
May 5, 1964
W, 10-2
1986
L, 1-2
1986
W, 8-7
1988
W, 11-10
1988
W, 12-1
1988
W, 4-2
1988
W, 4-3
1989
W, 15-5
1989
W, 10-3
1990
W, 9-2
1990
W, 20-9
April 13, 1993
L, 7-8
April 13, 1993
W, 8-5
April 7, 1994
L, 6-11
April 7, 1994
L, 3-4
April 6, 1995
L, 1-6
April 6, 1995
L, 6-10
April 8, 1996
L, 2-4
April 8, 1996
L, 0-1
April 14, 1997
W, 14-4

April 14, 1997
March 27, 1998
March 28, 1998
March 5, 1999
March 5, 1999
May 2, 2000
May 2, 2000
April 24, 2001
April 24, 2001

W, 15-3
L, 5-14
W, 10-4
W, 7-0
T, 3-3
W, 11-0
W, 7-0
W, 5-4
W, 11-9

Wisconsin-Stevens Point
(19-14)
May 11, 1965
L, 0-6
May 11, 1965
L, 4-7
May 10, 1966
L, 6-7
May 10, 1966
W, 5-0
May 9, 1967
L, 1-2
May 9, 1967
L, 4-7
April 15, 1968
W, 1-0
April 15, 1968
W, 8-3
April 8, 1969
W, 4-3
April 8, 1969
W, 7-0
May 8, 1972
L, 1-4
May 8, 1972
W, 6-4
April 7, 1974
W, 2-1
April 7, 1974
W, 3-0
April 29, 1974
W, 11-5
April 29, 1974
L, 6-7
April 11, 1975
W, 17-9
April 11, 1975
L, 5-11
1976
W, 8-6
1976
L, 1-2
1977
L, 7-10
1977
L, 12-13
1978
W, 13-5
1978
W, 7-5
1985
W, 13-6
1985
W, 13-11
March 27, 1999
L, 2-4
March 27, 1999
W, 7-1
March 31, 2000
L, 2-6
April 24, 2000
W, 7-1
April 24, 2000
W, 6-3
April 3, 2001
L, 0-3
April 3, 2001
W, 5-3
Wisconsin-Stout
(26-6-1)
April 29, 1948
W, 8-1
May 4, 1948
W, 22-5
May 15, 1951
W, 19-4
May 15, 1951
W, 10-4
May 15, 1952
W, 2-0
May 15, 1952
W, 5-3
May 13, 1953
W, 2-0
May 13, 1953
W, 7-0
May 12, 1954
W, 5-3
May 12, 1954
W, 5-1
May 11, 1955
W, 5-1
May 11, 1955
W, 9-3
May 9, 1956
W, 6-2
May 9, 1956
L, 3-5
May 8, 1957
W, 5-4
May 8, 1957
W, 8-4
April 22, 1958
W, 13-1
April 22, 1958
W, 15-7
May 13, 1959
L, 2-11
May 13, 1959
W, 8-4
May 9, 1961
W, 13-2
May 9, 1961
W, 14-4

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME SERIES
May 15, 1962
May 15, 1962
May 23, 1963
1987
1989
1989
1991
1991
April 29, 1992
March 28, 1994
March 28, 1994

W, 11-3
W, 17-5
W, 14-3
L, 4-14
W, 8-6
L, 6-9
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
L, 7-12
W, 7-6
T, 6-6

Wisconsin-Superior
(1-0)
May 28, 1966
W, 9-1

Winona All-Stars
(1-0)
April 10, 1920
W, 7-2
Winona Chiefs
(1-0)
April 26, 1952
W, 8-4
*Records for the 1976-1982
and 1985-1991 seasons do
not include the dates games
were played. The WSU Sports
Information office is working
to recover those lost pieces of
information.

Wisconsin-Whitewater
(2-1)
April 12, 1963
W, 7-6
April 12, 1963
W, 4-3
May 28, 1965
L, 4-5 (12)
Wooster, OH
(0-1)
March 17, 1999
L, 0-6
Cotter High School
(1-0)
April 18, 1920
W, 6-0
Florissant CC, MO
(2-0)
April 4, 1975
W, 16-1
April 4, 1975
W, 9-3
Ft. Leonard Wood
(4-3)
April 9, 1952
L, 0-4
April 12, 1954
L, 3-11
April 13, 1954
W, 8-2
April 14, 1954
W, 8-7
April 8, 1955
W, 21-14
April 9, 1955
L, 9-12
April 10, 1955
W, 9-1
Luther Reserves
(1-5)
May 4, 1939
L, 5-10
May 15, 1939
L, 1-5
April 15, 1940
L, 4-5
April 20, 1940
W, 16-10
April 23, 1941
L, 3-4
April 26, 1941
L, 3-8
Memphis Naval Base
(0-1)
April 6, 1952
L, 2-10
Meramec CC, MO
(2-0)
March 31, 1975
W, 2-0
March 31, 1975
W, 5-4
Rushford High
(2-0)
May 17, 1919
W, 14-7
April 17, 1920
W, 4-3

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME RESULTS
ALABAMA
Gm
Auburn-Montgomery
1
TOTALS
1

W
1
1

L
0
0

T
0
0

INDIANA

ARKANSAS
Gm
Arkansas
4
Arksnsas State-Jonesboro
1
Central Arkansas
2
John Brown
4
TOTALS
11

W
0
1
2
1
4

L
4
0
0
3
7

T
0
0
0
0
0

Gm
1
2
8
1
1
1
1
2
17

Bethel
Huntington
Indianapolis
Indiana State
Indiana Wesleyan
St. Joseph’s
Taylor
Valparaiso
TOTALS

W
1
1
4
1
0
1
0
1
9

L
0
1
4
0
1
0
1
1
8

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Gm
W
3
1
5
2
2
2
15
9
1
0
10
5
4
2
34
16
48
39
2
1
12
8
1
1
3
1
1
1
47
27
15
12
1
1
204 128

L
2
3
0
6
1
5
2
18
9
1
4
0
2
0
20
3
0
76

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

IOWA
CALIFORNIA
Gm
1
1

W
0
0

L
1
1

T
0
0

COLORADO
Gm
Mesa State
1
Northern Colorado
2
Regis
1
TOTALS
4

W
0
1
0
1

L
1
1
1
3

T
0
0
0
0

CONNECTICUT
Gm
Central Connecticut State
3
TOTALS
3

W
1
1

L
2
2

T
0
0

FLORIDA
Gm
Barry
2
Florida Gulf Coast
3
Florida Institute of Technology
1
Florida Southern
3
Lynn
6
Tampa
1
TOTALS
16

W
2
1
0
1
4
0
8

L
0
2
1
2
2
1
8

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

GEORGIA
Gm
1
1

W
0
0

L
1
1

T
0
0

Gm
2
2

W
0
0

L
2
2

T
0
0

ILLINOIS
Gm
Augustana
1
Greenville
1
Illinois Benedictine
2
Illinois-Chicago
1
Illinois College
1
Illinois Wesleyan
2
Judson
2
Lewis
5
Northern Illinois
4
Olivet Nazarene
1
Quincy
2
Rockford
2
Rosary
1
St. Francis
3
St. Xavier
7
Southern Illinois-Carbondale
2
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 12
Western Illinois
2
TOTALS
51

W
1
1
1
1
1
0
2
3
1
0
1
2
1
1
2
0
5
0
23

L
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
2
5
2
7
2
28

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

LaVerne
TOTALS

Georgia Southern
TOTALS

Briar Cliff
Buena Vista
Clarke
Grand View
Iowa
Iowa State
Iowa Wesleyan
Loras
Luther
Morningside
Northern Iowa
Northwestern
St. Ambrose
Teikyo Westmar
Upper Iowa
Wartburg
William Penn
TOTALS
KANSAS

Gm
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
9
2
23

W
1
1
2
1
0
2
1
6
0
14

L
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
3
2
9

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

KENTUCKY
Gm
Georgetown
1
Kentucky Wesleyan
3
Transylvania
1
TOTALS
5

W
0
1
1
2

L
1
2
0
3

T
0
0
0
0

Baker
Benedictine
Bethany Nazarene
Emporia State
Fort Hays
Midamerica Nazarene
Pittsburg State
Washburn
Wichita State
TOTALS

IDAHO
Lewis-Clark State
TOTALS

MASSACHUSETTS
Gm
W
Assumption
6
3
Boston College
2
2
Stonehill
1
1
Williams
2
1
TOTALS
11
7

L
3
0
0
1
4

T
0
0
0
0
0

MICHIGAN
Gm
Concordia
2
Grand Valley State
6
Hillsdale
1
Hope
1
Saginaw Valley State
5
Spring Arbor
1
Wayne State
5
TOTALS
21

L
0
4
0
0
3
0
1
8

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

W
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
13

MINNESOTA
Gm
W L
Augsburg
4
4
0
Bethel
4
4
0
Bemidji State
177 143 33
Carleton
10
9
1
Concordia, Moorhead
9
7
2
Concordia-St. Paul
45
28 17
Gustavus Adolphus
10
9
1
Lea
6
5
1
Minnesota
25
4 20
Minnesota, Crookston
35
34
1
Minnesota Duluth
114
72 42
Minnesota-Morris
125
99 26
Minnesota State
126
51 73
Minnesota State Moorhead
67
53 14
Northwestern
2
2
0
Pillsbury Baptist
1
0
1
St. Cloud State
125
68 57
Saint Mary’s
91
42 36
St. John’s
16
11
5
St. Olaf
6
4
2
St. Scholastica
7
4
3
St. Thomas
27
22
5
Southwest Minnesota State
158 105 53
TOTALS
1162 764 391

T
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
7

MISSOURI
Gm
Avila
1
Central Methodist
2
Central Missouri
19
Culver Stockton
2
Evangel
4
Harris Teachers
3
Missouri Baptist
3
Missouri-St. Louis
10
Missouri Southern State
30
Missouri Valley
2
Missouri Western State
15
Park
2
Rockhurst
5
St. Louis University
26
Southeast Missouri State
1
Southwest Baptist
4
Truman State
3
Washington University
3
Westminster
2
William Jewel
8
TOTALS
145

W
0
2
2
2
3
2
1
3
9
2
7
0
3
8
0
1
3
2
2
4
56

L
1
0
17
0
1
1
2
6
21
0
8
2
2
17
1
3
0
1
0
4
87

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

NEBRASKA
Gm
Bellevue
2
Creighton
2
Doane
1
Midland Lutheran
1
Nebraska-Kearney
2
Nebraska-Omaha
5
Nebraska Wesleyan
6
Peru State
2
Wayne State
44
TOTALS
65

W
2
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
16
30

L
0
1
0
0
0
4
1
0
28
34

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Gm
W
New Hampshire College
5
3
Plymouth State
3
0
St. Anselm
2
2
Southern New Hampshire
2
2
TOTALS
12
7

L
2
3
0
0
5

T
0
0
0
0
0

31 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
1990, 2000, 2007 : NSIC Tournament Champions

WINONA STATE ALL-TIME RESULTS
NEW JERSEY
Gm
Caldwell
1
New Jersey Institute of Tech.
1
TOTALS
2

W
1
1
2

L
0
0
0

T
0
0
0

NEW YORK
Gm
2
4
6

W
2
2
4

L
0
2
2

T
0
0
0

Fredonia State
St. Rose
TOTALS

NORTH CAROLINA
Gm
W
Bellmont Abbey
1
1
East Carolina
2
0
TOTALS
3
1
NORTH DAKOTA
Gm
Mary
12
Mayville State
15
North Dakota
8
North Dakota State
11
TOTALS
46

L
0
2
2

T
0
0
0

W
8
9
7
3
27

L
4
6
1
6
17

T
0
0
0
2
2

Gm
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
16

W
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
3
1
0
0
8

L
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
8

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

OKLAHOMA
Gm
Central State
2
East Central
6
Hillsdale Free Will Baptist
1
Northeastern State
22
Oklahoma Baptist
7
Oklahoma Christian
1
Oklahoma City
4
Phillips
3
TOTALS
46

W
0
5
1
10
4
0
0
0
20

L
2
1
0
12
3
1
4
3
26

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

PENNSYLVANIA
Gm
California State
3
Eastern
1
East Stroudsburg
2
Edinboro
6
Gannon
3
Indiana University
8
Lock Haven
6
Mansfield
5
Mercyhurst
3
Merrimack
1
Messiah
2
Pittsburgh
1
Point Park
1
Science of Philadelphia
2

W
3
1
1
3
1
5
4
1
0
1
2
0
1
2

L
0
0
1
3
2
3
2
4
3
0
0
1
0
0

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Seton Hill
Shippensburg
Slippery Rock
West Chester
TOTALS

2
1
4
1
52

0
0
3
0
28

2
1
1
1
24

0
0
0
0
0

RHODE ISLAND
Gm
2
2

W
0
0

L
2
2

T
0
0

SOUTH CAROLINA
Gm
W
2
2
2
2

L
0
0

T
0
0

SOUTH DAKOTA
Gm
W
Augustana
8
6
Dakota State
3
3
Mount Marty
2
1
Northern State
108
93
Sioux Falls
2
2
South Dakota
1
1
South Dakota State
3
2
TOTALS
127 108

L
2
0
1
14
0
0
1
18

T
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

Bryant
TOTALS

Cocker
TOTALS

OHIO
Ashland
Cedarville
Defiance
Findlay
Heidelberg
John Carroll
Malone
Mount Vernon Nazarine
Muskingum
Walsh
Wooster
TOTALS

TENNESSEE
Gm
1
2
3
6

W
1
2
3
6

L
0
0
0
0

T
0
0
0
0

WEST VIRGINIA
Gm
Alderson Broaddus
3
Bluefield State
2
Salem International
1
West Liberty State
4
Wheeling Jesuit
1
TOTALS
11

W
3
1
1
3
1
9

L
0
1
0
1
0
2

T
0
0
0
0
0
0

WISCONSIN
Gm
W L
Carroll
1
1
0
Gale
1
1
0
Lakeland
2
0
2
Marian
4
2
2
Milton
1
1
0
Viterbo
25
18
7
Wisconsin
1
0
1
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
65
50 15
Wisconsin-La Crosse
119
58 60
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
23
19
4
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
21
8 13
Wisconsin-Parkside
11
6
5
Wisconsin-Platteville
5
5
0
Wisconsin-River Falls
56
42 13
Wisconsin-Stevens Point
33
19 14
Wisconsin-Stout
33
26
6
Wisconsin-Superior
1
1
0
Wisconsin-Whitewater
3
2
1
TOTALS
405 259 143

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
3

Southwestern
King College
Union
TOTALS

20 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

OTHERS
Cotter High School
Florissand CC, MO
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Luther, IA (Reserves)
Memphis Naval Base, TN
Meramac CC, MO
Rushford High School
Winona All-Stars
Winona Chiefs
TOTALS

Gm
1
2
7
6
1
2
2
1
1
23

W
1
2
4
1
0
2
2
1
1
14

L
0
0
3
5
1
0
0
0
0
9

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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