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June 8, 1999

#3 Florida State (53-12, 22-2 ACC)

June 11-19, 1999

Rosenblatt Stadium – Omaha, Nebraska

The Seminoles: Florida State is making its 17th trip to the College World
Series, holding a 19-32 overall record. FSU is in its 36th appearance in
the NCAA Baseball Tournament and 22nd consecutive trip. Only Texas (43)
has more NCAA postseason appearances. In NCAA Regional play, the Seminoles
are the NCAA leader in wins and own an all-time record of 96-46 (.676).

  • FSU has traveled to Omaha in 10 of the last 14 years, including seven
    trips in the 1990’s. The Seminoles advanced to the CWS with regional
    titles in 1975, ’80, ’86, ’87, ’89, ’91, ’92, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’98 and ’99.
    FSU qualfied for the CWS with district titles in 1957, ’62, ’63, ’65 and

  • 1999 marked the 18th year since 1976 that Florida State has hosted
    regional competition. The Seminoles have advanced to the CWS in 10 of
    those 18 seasons. FSU has hosted a regional in 15 of the last 17 years.
    As a host in NCAA Regional play, the Seminoles are 52-18 (.743).

  • Mike Martin, who was named ACC Coach of the Year for the third time in
    1999, has led FSU to NCAA postseason action in each of his 20 years as
    head coach. Martin’s teams have advanced to the CWS 11 times and 10 of the
    past 14 seasons. Martin is 59-22 in NCAA regionals and his teams are 40-7
    since 1990. FSU is 11-20 in the CWS under Martin.

  • The Seminoles recorded their 18th 50-win season (all of which have been
    during Martin’s tenure) in 1999. FSU finished with a conference record
    of 22-2, surpassing the record for ACC wins formerly held by Clemson (20 –
    1994 & 1995).

  • The Seminole pitching staff leads the nation with a 3.01 ERA. The staff
    is averaging 9.5 strikeouts per game and opponents are batting just .228
    versus the Tribe.

  • FSU bounced back from a school-record six-game losing streak to win 15
    of their last 17 games, including a 5-0 mark in the NCAA Regional and Super
    Regional competition. During the losing streak, the Seminoles dropped five
    one-run games and lost the other after trailing by just one in the eighth

  • FSU had a 21-game winning streak snapped against Clemson (4/10), one
    short of the school record.

    Radio: Sportsradio 1270 AM (WNLS). Play-by-play: Lee Bowen & Jim Crosby.
    Broadcasts will begin 15 minutes before game time. You can also access
    the games live on the internet at www.wnls.com.

    Head Coach Mike Martin

    Career/FSU Record: 1,075-362-3 (20th year)

    ACC Record: 139-51 (8th year)

    Conference Championships: 13

    2 ACC (’95, ’97),11 Metro (’80, ’81, ’83-’91)

    NCAA Tournament Appearances: 20

    College World Series Appearances: 11

    50+ Win Seasons: 18

    FSU Baseball by the Numbers

  • 51 Winning Seasons
  • 17 CWS Appearances
  • 37 NCAA Regional or District Appearances
  • 22 Consecutive Appearances in NCAA Regionals
  • 15 Conference Championships
  • 18 50-Win Seasons
  • 13 First-Round Draft Picks

    FSU’S NCAA Regional Dominance

  • FSU has won nine straight NCAA Regional games
  • FSU is 40-7 in the 1990’s in NCAA Regional competition and 26-2 over the
    last six years

  • FSU has scored 10+ runs in seven of its last nine games and 139 runs in
    its last nine games for an average of 15.4 runs per game

  • FSU has scored in double figures in 10 of their last 18 NCAA regional games

    FSU & the College World Series Field

    Florida State has played all seven other CWS teams in its baseball history.

  • FSU faced Texas A&M, its first round opponent, two other times. In 1986,
    the Seminoles defeated the Aggies 12-9 in NCAA Regional competition. A&M
    evened the series with a 9-1 win during the 1992 regular season. The
    Seminole football team played A&M to start the 1998 regular season in the
    Kickoff Classic. FSU came out on top, 23-14 in that contest.

  • Cal St.-Fullerton is the only team that has a winning record over the
    Tribe. FSU is 6-10 against the Titans all-time. The two teams last met
    during the 1997 regular season with CSF taking two of a three-game series
    in Tallahasssee.

  • FSU is 2-0 against Stanford. The ‘Noles beat the Cardinal 9-4 in NCAA
    Regional competition in 1992 and again came out on top after a dramatic
    ninth inning Geoff Sprague home run in the 1996 NCAA Regional at Stanford.

  • The Tribe leads the all-time series with Miami 106-95-3, but the ‘Canes
    took five of six from FSU this season. Four of the losses were by one run
    and the other was a one run game going into the eighth.

  • FSU last met Alabama in 1991 and are 5-2 overall against the Crimson
    Tide. In ’91, FSU beat Alabama twice (5-2, 6-5) in NCAA Regional play to
    advance to the CWS.

  • The ‘Noles have faced Oklahoma State just once, winning a 1986 game in
    the CWS 6-5.

  • FSU is 2-1 all-time against Rice, winning a three-game series versus the
    Owls in Tallahassee in 1989.

    FSU In the 1999 Major League Draft

    Florida State had four players taken in the 1999 MLB Draft. RHP Nick
    Stocks went first as he was taken in the supplemental round with the 36th
    overall selection by the St. Louis Cardinals. RF Matt Diaz, 2B Marshall
    McDougall and RHP Chris Chavez were also drafted.

  • Stocks – St. Louis (Supplemental Rnd., 36th overall)
  • M. Diaz – Tampa Bay (17th Rnd., 505th overall)
  • McDougall – Boston (26th Rnd., 799th overall)
  • Chavez – Atlanta (27th Rnd., 834th overall)

    Griffin First Frosh to Lead Team in BA since ’93

    Left fielder John-Ford Griffin could be the first freshman to lead the team
    in hitting since Doug Mientkiewcz in 1993 (minimum 100 at bats). Griffin,
    who platoons with Mike Futrell in left, is currently batting .429 and holds
    a slim lead over Marshall McDougall (.422) in the race. Meintkiewcz, now
    with the Minnesota Twins, hit .327 in his first year as a Seminole. His
    ’93 team failed to advance to the CWS after being eliminated in NCAA
    Regional play by Notre Dame.

    JUCO Power

    Three players that came to FSU via junior college have given the Tribe some
    added pop at the plate this season. The junior trio of Marshall McDougall
    (Sante Fe CC, FL), John Halliday (Pasco-Hernando CC, FL) and Sam Scott
    (Cowley Co. CC, KS) have combined to hit 43 home runs and knock in 184

    Coaches In Postseason Play

    Four members of the Seminole coaching staff have represented the garnet and
    gold as players in NCAA postseason play. Head coach Mike Martin played in
    two NCAA District Playoffs (1965 & ’66) and made it to the CWS in ’66,
    going 1-2 in Omaha. Pitching coach and recruiting coach Jamey Shouppe
    played in the ’81 and ’82 NCAA Regionals for FSU for Coach Martin, but
    those clubs did not advance. Volunteer assistant Mike Martin, Jr. was a
    catcher for the ‘Noles and played in the CWS in ’94 and ’95, going 1-2 both
    years. Student assistant Jose Zabala played as an infielder on three CWS
    teams (’95, ’96 & ’98) and had a 2-6 record as a player in Omaha.

    Diaz, Varnes USA Baseball Invitees

    Sophomore right fielder Matt Diaz and freshman RHP Blair Varnes were two of
    40 players invited to the summer camp of the 1999 USA Baseball National
    Team. Camp is scheduled to begin June 8th at Hi Corbett Field, home of USA
    Baseball and spring training home of the Colorado Rockies. The National
    Team will play the Japan Collegiate All-Star Team from June 22-July 1,
    compete in a Western United States Tour and play in the NBC World Series in
    Wichita, KS (Aug. 6-17). FSU was one of only four schools to have two
    players invited.

    McDougall a NCBWA/Howser POY Finalist

    Marshall McDougall was named a finalist for the NCBWA/Dick Howser Trophy,
    released 6/6/99. The award, presented annually to America’s outstanding
    baseball player, was established in memory of former Florida State
    All-American and major leaguer Dick Howser. The winner is announced in
    June at the College World Series. McDougall is one of five finalists along
    with Baylor’s Jason Jennings, Rice’s Mario Ramos, Alabama’s Andy Phillips
    and Cal St. Fullerton’s Spencer Oborn.

    Better Balance at the Plate in ’99

    This year’s version of the Florida State baseball team has shown more
    balance than the teams of ’97 & ’98. Through 60 games this season, nine
    Seminoles (75+ AB) boast averages of .300 or better. The two teams before
    them both had just five players over the .300 mark. The ’99 team has four
    players with double-digit home runs, while the ’97 team had two (J.D. Drew
    & Jeremy Morris) and the ’98 team had three (Brian Cox, Matt Diaz, Jeremy

    Where the ’99 Pitching Staff Stacks Up Statistically

    This year’s pitching staff is regarded as one of the best in the Mike
    Martin era at FSU. Three FSU pitchers could have 10+ wins (Stocks 12,
    Varnes 11, McDonald 9). Only four other times since 1980 have three
    Seminole pitchers won 10 or more games (’82, ’84, ’85 & ’93). The pitching
    staff also could become the fourth in the Martin era to have three pitchers
    record 100+ strikeouts in a season. McDonald (113), Stocks (130) & Chris
    Chavez (96) would join the ’85, ’87 & ’97 staffs in that category.

    ACC Player of the Year Marshall McDougall leads the conference in every
    major offensive category and is making a run at the ACC triple crown and
    national player of the year honors with a .422 batting average, 25 home
    runs, 98 RBI and 98 runs scored. The last player to lead the conference in
    batting avg., home runs and RBI was Maryland’s Derek Hacopian in 1992.
    McDougall set three NCAA single game records at Maryland (5/9) with six
    home runs, 16 RBI and 25 total bases in the 26-2 win over the Terps. He
    had a hitting streak earlier this season of 33 games (one short of J.D.
    Drew’s school record) that ended against Miami on April 17th.

    Freshman of the Year Varnes Likely Out for CWS

    Redshirt freshman Blair Varnes suffered an isolated rupture of his left ACL
    and is not expected to be available in Omaha. Varnes, who has been FSU’s
    third starter all season, was 11-1 with a 3.84 ERA. The injury was
    believed to have happened during the post-game pile up after the Seminoles’
    come from behind win over Auburn on June 5.
    Varnes had just been named one of three Freshman Players of the Year and a
    Louisville Slugger All-American by Collegiate Baseball on the day before
    the accident. Varnes joined Tulane second baseman James Jurries (.374, 20
    HR, 79 RBI) and Georgia Tech third baseman Mark Teixeira (.387, 13 HR, 65
    RBI) as Freshman of the Year honorees.

    Groves’ Batting Average Nears .300

    Sophomore shortstop Brett Groves, who has been oustanding with the glove
    all year, has shown steady improvement with the bat as the season
    progresses. On March 20, Groves was batting just .209. He has upped his
    average 82 points to .293 following a solid performance at the NCAA
    Regional in Tallahassee, in which he was named to the All-Tournament team,
    and the NCAA Super Regional vs. Auburn. He is also FSU’s top base
    stealer, with 27 thefts on the season (second in the ACC).

    Florida State All-Time at the College World Series

    19-32 All-Time Record (17 Appearances)

    Penn State 7, FSU 0 L
    Connecticut 5, FSU 3 L

    FSU 5, Santa Clara 1 W
    FSU 5, Ithaca 4 W
    Michigan 10, FSU 7 L
    Santa Clara 11, FSU 6 L

    FSU 5, W. Michigan 2 W
    Arizona 4, FSU 3 L
    Southern Cal 4, FSU 3 L

    Ohio St. 2, FSU 1 L
    FSU 5, Texas 3 W
    St. Louis 5, FSU 3 L

    1970 (Second)
    FSU 4, Arizona 0 W
    FSU 6, Dartmouth 0 W
    Texas 5, FSU 1 L
    FSU 2, Ohio 0 W
    FSU 11, Texas 2 W
    Southern Cal 2, FSU 1 L

    E. Michigan 2, FSU 1 L
    Seton Hall 11, FSU 0 L

    Hawaii 7, FSU 6 L
    Arizona 5, FSU 3 L

    1986 (Second)
    FSU 5, Indiana St. 3 W
    FSU 7, Miami 2 W
    Arizona 9, FSU 5 L
    FSU 6, Oklahoma St. 5 W
    FSU 4, Miami 3 W
    Arizona 10, FSU 2 L

    LSU 6, FSU 2 L
    FSU 3, Arizona St. 0 W
    Texas 6, FSU 4 L

    FSU 4, North Carolina 2 W
    FSU 4, Wichita St. 2 W
    Wichita St. 7, FSU 4 L
    Wichita St. 12, FSU 9 L

    Fresno St. 6, FSU 3 L
    Florida 5, FSU 0 L

    CSU Fulleton 7, FSU 2 L
    FSU 5, California 4 W
    CSU Fullerton 6, FSU 0 L

    FSU 6, LSU 3 W
    Georgia Tech 12, FSU 4 L
    CSU Fullerton 10, FSU 3 L

    FSU 3, Oklahoma 2 W
    Miami 4, FSU 2 L
    Southern Cal 16, FSU 11 L

    Florida 5, FSU 2 L
    FSU 8, Wichita St. 4 W
    Florida 6, FSU 3 L

    Arizona St. 11, FSU 10 L
    Long Beach St. 7, FSU 4 L

    McDougall & Diaz Rank Among Nation’s Best

    2B Marshall McDougall and RF Matt Diaz are among the best in the ACC in
    several offensive categories. McDougall leads the conference in every
    major offensive category and is second nationally in hits and RBI. Diaz is
    in the conference’s top five in batting average, home runs, RBI and hits.

    Player   Category   Totals   ACC
    McDougall   BA       .422     1
    Diaz        BA       .385     5
    McDougall   HR         25     1
    Diaz        HR         18     3
    McDougall   RBI        98     1
    Diaz        RBI        86     3
    McDougall   Hits      116     1
    Diaz        Hits      105     3
    McDougall   Runs       98     1
    Diaz        Runs       74     5

    FSU Pitching Staff Solid

    The Seminole pitching staff is putting together one of its most impressive
    seasons as a unit in 1999. FSU’s team ERA of 3.01 leads the county heading
    into the College World Series.

    Pitcher     Category     Totals   ACC
    Chavez      ERA           2.35     2
    McDonald    ERA           3.24     6
    Varnes      ERA           3.84    10
    Stocks      ERA           3.09     5
    Stocks      Wins          12-2     3
    Varnes      Wins          11-1     4
    McDonald    Wins           9-2     7
    Stocks      Strikeouts     130     2
    McDonald    Strikeouts     113     5
    Chavez      Strikeouts      96     8
    Chavez      SO/9 inn.     11.9     1
    DiBlasi     Saves          9       1

    FSU Newcomers Getting it Done at the Plate

    Collectively, heading into the College World Series, all Florida State
    newcomers (freshmen and junior transfers) are batting .342 with 304 RBI, 56
    home runs and 337 runs scored. That means the group is responsible for 55
    percent of FSU’s RBI total, 57 percent of the home runs and 56 percent of
    the team’s run production. John-Ford Griffin (OF), Marshall McDougall
    (2B), Ryan Barthelemy (1B), Mike Futrell (OF), John Halliday (1B), Sam
    Scott (IF), Chris Hart (C), Bobby Spano (IF), Chris Smith (OF) and J.C.
    Huguet (C) are all first-year contributors for Coach Martin.

    If the Season ended today…

  • FSU’s team batting average of .329 would rank third on the all-time
    list. The 1980 ‘Noles batted .337 while the ’82 club finished with a .330
    team average.

  • The pitching staff’s 618 strikeouts already rank eighth on the FSU
    all-time list. Only the 1986 pitching staff, which played 84 games, has
    totaled 700 K’s in a season (718) in FSU history.

  • FSU has blasted 98 home runs as a team, which would be sixth all-time.
    The 1997 team was the last to reach the century mark with 114. J.D. Drew
    (31) and Jeremy Morris (25) combined for 56 of them that year.

    Florida State vs. Ranked Opponents

    February 5    #12  Arizona State       W, 4-1
    February 6    #12  Arizona State       W, 11-4
    February 7    #12  Arizona State       W, 7-5
    February 20   #7   Florida             L, 5-6
    February 21   #7   Florida             W, 12-3
    February 27   #12  at Florida          L, 2-4
    February 28   #12  at Florida          W, 8-4
    March 5       #13  vs. Wichita State   L, 1-8
    March 19      #19  at NC State         W, 14-4
    March 20      #19  at NC State         W, 2-1
    March 21      #19  at NC State         W, 13-1
    March 26      #3   N. Carolina         W, 12-6
    March 27      #3   N. Carolina         W, 5-4 (10)
    March 28      #3   N. Carolina         W, 9-4
    April 2       #19  Wake Forest         W, 7-4
    April 3       #19  Wake Forest         W, 16-3
    April 4       #19  Wake Forest         W, 4-3
    Aprill 16     #5   Miami               W, 8-2
    April 17      #5   Miami               L, 3-4
    April 18      #5   Miami               L, 7-8
    April 23      #1   at Miami            L, 7-8
    April 24      #1   at Miami            L, 4-9
    April 25      #1   at Miami            L, 8-9
    May 21        #15  vs. Wake Forest*    L, 0-4
    May 22        #19  vs. Clemson*        L, 7-8
    May 30        #21  Providence#         W, 14-3
    June 4        #11  Auburn             W, 10-2
    June 5        #11  Auburn             W, 6-3

    NOTE: Highest Ranking of Three Polls at Date of Game Used.

    *ACC Tournament #NCAA Regional (Tallahassee) NCAA Super Regional

    Season Honors & Awards

    Chris Chavez          First Team All-ACC
                          ACC Pitcher of the Week (5/3)
                          NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
    Kevin Cash            Second Team All-ACC
                          NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
                          NCAA Regional MVP
    Matt Diaz             First Team All-ACC
                          Second Team Baseball Weekly All-American
                          College Baseball Insider All-American
                          ACC Player of the Week (2/15, 3/15, 4/5)
                          Hormel Foods Classic All-Tournament Team
                          GTE Academic All District III 1st Team
                          Third Team Collegiate Baseball All-American
    Zach Diaz             GTE Academic All District III 2nd Team
    John-Ford Griffin     ACC All-Tournament Team
    Brett Groves          NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
    Jeremiah Klosterman   Hormel Foods Classic
                          All-Tournament Team
                          ACC Player of the Week (3/22)
    Jon McDonald          Second Team All-ACC
    Marshall McDougall    ACC Player of the Year
                          First Team All-ACC
                          Nat'l Player of the Week (5/10)
                          First Team Baseball Weekly All-American
                          College Baseball Insider All-American
                          College Baseball Insider Newcomer of the Year
                          ACC Player of the Week(2/22, 4/12, 5/10)
                          First Team Collegiate Baseball All-American
                          NCBWA/Dick Howser Player of the Year Finalist
                          Hormel Foods Classic MVP
                          Easton Silver Stick Award
                          (Highest batting avg. at the Hormel Classic)
                          NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
    Chris Smith           NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
    Nick Stocks           First Team All-ACC
                          Hormel Foods Classic All-Tournament Team
                          ACC Pitcher of the Week (3/22)
                          NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
    Blair Varnes          Collegiate Baseball
                          Freshman of the Year/All-American

    Coach Mike Martin ACC Coach of the Year

    Noting the Seminoles

  • FSU’s 22-2 ACC record not only topped the league, but no other team in
    the conference had less than seven ACC losses. Clemson had the former
    record for the most conference victories in a season (20, 1994 &1995).

  • 2B Marshall McDougall’s posted the second longest hitting streak in
    school history earlier this season. The 33-game streak was snapped against
    Miami (4/17), one shy of the FSU record – 34 games set by J.D. Drew in
    1997. McDougall passed Brad Parker on April 9 for the second-longest
    streak in school history against Clemson (28 games, 1990). McDougall
    batted .434 (62-for-143) during his 33-game hitting streak.

  • McDougall leads the ACC in almost every major offensive catgory in his
    first season wearing the garnet and gold. He is first in home runs (25),
    runs scored (98), hits (116), RBI (98), and batting average (.422).

  • The ‘Noles are averaging 9.2 runs per game, batting a stellar .329 and
    have a 3.01 ERA all while posting a 53-12 record, including 28 games
    against Top 25 opponents. FSU is 18-10 against Top 25 teams (using ranking
    at the date each game was played), with losses coming to then-#7 Florida
    (two), then-#13 Wichita State, then-#5/#1 Miami (five), then-#15 Wake
    Forest and then-#19 Clemson.

  • The ‘Noles average of 11.7 hits per game would be the best in school
    history if the season ended today.

  • Kevin Cash is batting .344 (44-for-128) in his last 31 games and has
    knocked in 35 runs during that time, including seven home runs (one grand
    slam). Cash missed the Super Regional against Auburn after being hit with
    a baseball in the eye during infield, but is expected to return for the

    Team Notes

  • Florida State was shut out for the first time in 214 games in its 4-0
    loss to Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament. The Seminoles were last shut
    out on May 6, 1996 vs. Clemson (2-0). FSU pitching had posted 14 shutouts
    during that time.

  • FSU is averaging 11.7 hits per game and have out-hit opponents in 52 of
    65 games, winning 50 of those contests.

  • The Seminole pitching staff’s strikeout to walk ratio is an impressive
    2.6 to 1.

  • FSU has won 36 of its 65 games by a 5+ run margin and has held opponents
    to three runs or less in 37 of 65 games.

    Hitting Streaks

                 Current   Season   Career
    Barthelemy      0         3        3
    Cash            4         8        8
    M. Diaz         3        14       15
    Futrell         3         6        6
    Griffin        10        10       10
    Groves          1         6       15
    Halliday        2         9        9
    Hart            0         4        4
    Huguet          2         2        2
    Jernigan        0         4       12
    Klosterman      0        20       20
    McDougall       5        33       33
    Scott           1         6        6
    Smith           0         4        4
    Spano           0         2        2
  • John-Ford Griffin leads the team with a 10-game hitting streak, a
    career-high. In those 10 games, Griffin is batting .548 (17-31) with 10
    RBI, eight runs scored, three doubles and one HR. Griffin was the lone
    Seminole to make the ACC All-Tournament Team.

    Seminole Multi-Hit/Multi-RBI Games

                     Multi-Hit  Multi-RBI
                         Games      Games
    Ryan Barthelemy         6          6
    Kevin Cash             20         16
    Matt Diaz              33         25
    Michael Futrell        12          3
    John-Ford Griffin      12          5
    Brett Groves           16          4
    John Halliday          17         13
    Chris Hart              1          4
    J.C. Huguet             0          0
    Karl Jernigan           7          5
    Jeremiah Klosterman    16         18
    Marshall McDougall     33         21
    Sam Scott              11         11
    Chris Smith             7          5
    Bobby Spano             1          0
  • In FSU’s 24-6 win over The Citadel in the first game of the NCAA Regional
    in Tallahassee, eight Seminoles had multi-hit games (Futrell, Griffin,
    McDougall, M. Diaz, Cash, Klosterman, Scott and Groves) while five ‘Noles
    knocked in two or more runs (Griffin, McDougall, M. Diaz, Cash, and Scott).
    FSU tied a school record for post-season hits (24) in the game and amassed
    the second highest run total in school postseason history.

    Diaz Sets Career Appearance Marks

    Senior lefthander Zach Diaz took the lead in career relief appearances
    with a scoreless inning of work against NC State (3/21) and in career
    appearances in his last outing against Auburn (6/5). He now has 111 relief
    outings and 115 total appearances. Chris Chavez, who leads the team with
    33 appearances this season, is also moving up those charts.

    Florida State Career Relief Appearances

    111   Zach Diaz       1996-present
    92    Ricky Kimball   1988-91
    84    Chris Chavez    1986-present
    75    Philip Olson    1993-95

    Florida State Career Appearances

    115   Zach Diaz       1996-present
    113   Ricky Kimball   1988-91
    106   Chris Chavez    1996-present
    90    Doug Little     1983-86

    Chavez Boasts Quite a “K”areer

    Senior righthander Chris Chavez is now fourth on the FSU career strikeout
    list. Chavez, who struck out a career-high 13 at Georgia Tech on May 2,
    currently has 382 strikeouts.

    Florida State Career Strikeouts

    520   Richie Lewis       1985-87
    417   Mike Loynd         1983-86
    391   Jonathan Johnson   1993-95
    382   Chris Chavez       1996-present
    370   Doug Little        1983-86
    336   Larry Jones        1974-77

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