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Atlantic 10 Conference baseball awards
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Given for Coach, Pitcher, Player, and Rookie of the Year in the Atlantic 10 Conference
Country United States
History
First award 1988

At the end of each regular season, the Atlantic 10 Conference names major award winners in baseball. It currently names a Coach, Pitcher, Player, and Rookie of the Year. The Coach of the Year, dating to 1988, is the oldest. Pitcher and Player were added in 1993, Rookie in 1994.

Through the end of 2014, Rhode Island has won the most major awards, with 12. The only other school to win more than ten is George Washington, with 11.[1]

Three players have won more than one of the awards. In 2000, George Washington's Greg Conden was named both Rookie and Pitcher of the Year. Duquesne's B. J. Barns was Rookie of the Year in 1997 and Player of the Year in 1999; Rhode Island's Dan Batz did the same in 2001 and 2004.

Coach of the Year[edit]

The Coach of the Year award is presented annually to the conference's most outstanding coach, as voted by the A-10's coaches at the end of each regular season. The award has been presented since 1988.[1]

In 2014, Saint Joseph's head coach Fritz Hamburg received the award for the first time. After tying for 8th and missing the conference tournament in 2013, the Hawks went 35-16 (18-8 A-10) in 2014, setting a program wins record.[2]

Mike Stone of UMass and Fred Hill of Rutgers have each won the award three times, a conference record. Both coaches won their awards in consecutive seasons, Stone from 1994–1996 and Hill from 1991–1993. Only one other coach, Rhode Island's Frank Leoni from 2003–2004, has won the award in consecutive years.[1]

George Washington is the only school to have three coaches win the award. The Colonials' John Castleberry won it in 1989, Tom Walter in 1998, and Gregg Ritchie in 2013. Three other schools have had two coaches earn the honor: Xavier (John Morrey in 1997 and Scott Googins in 2008), La Salle (Larry Conti in 1999 and Mike Lake in 2010), and Rhode Island (Frank Leoni in 2003 and 2004 and Jim Foster in 2011).[1][3]

Winners by school[edit]

Season Coach School Conf. (Rk.) Overall
1988[1][4] Dale Ramsburg West Virginia 12-4 (1st, West) 33-17-1
1989[1][3] John Castleberry
Skip Wilson
George Washington
Temple
13-3 (1st, West)
11-5 (2nd, East)
30-24
28-28-1
1990[1][4] Dale Ramsburg (2) West Virginia 12-4 (2nd, West) 33-20
1991[1][5] Fred Hill Rutgers 11-5 (1st, East) 33-24-2
1992[1][5] Fred Hill (2) Rutgers 14-2 (1st, East) 32-17
1993[1][5] Fred Hill (3) Rutgers 14-6 (1st) 38-17
1994[1][6] Mike Stone UMass 19-4 (1st) 31-17
1995[1][6] Mike Stone (2) UMass 19-5 (1st) 38-14
1996[1][6] Mike Stone (3) UMass 15-5 (1st, East) 40-13
1997[1][7] John Morrey Xavier 14-6 (1st, West) 32-26
1998[1][8] Tom Walter George Washington 13-2 (1st, West) 33-18
1999[1][9] Larry Conti La Salle 10-11 (T-2nd, West) 27-29
2000[1][10] Larry Sudbrook St. Bonaventure 13-8 (1st, East) 26-16
2001[1][11] Skip Wilson (2) Temple 15-7 (T-2nd) 27-31
2002[1][12] Ron Atkins Richmond 22-2 (1st, West) 53-13
2003[1][13] Frank Leoni Rhode Island 16-8 (T-1st, East) 26-26
2004[1][13] Frank Leoni (2) Rhode Island 20-4 (1st, East) 35-20-1
2005[1][14] Nick Restaino Fordham 17-7 (2nd, East) 34-21
2006[1][10] Larry Sudbrook (2) St. Bonaventure 18-8 (2nd) 26-19
2007[1][15] Loren Hibbs Charlotte 23-4 (1st) 49-12
2008[1][16] Scott Googins Xavier 19-8 (T-1st) 27-31
2009[1][17] Tony Vittorio Dayton 21-6 (1st) 38-19
2010[1][18] Mike Lake La Salle 14-13 (T-6th) 22-32
2011[1][19] Jim Foster Rhode Island 16-8 (2nd) 31-22
2012[1][20] Darin Hendrickson Saint Louis 17-7(T-1st) 41-18
2013[1][21] Gregg Ritchie George Washington 15-9 (6th) 26-32
2014[22][23] Fritz Hamburg Saint Joseph's 18-8 (2nd) 34-21

By school[edit]

The following is a table of the schools whose coaches have won the award, along with the year each school joined the conference, the number of times it has won the award, and the years in which it has done so.

School (year joined) Awards Seasons
George Washington (1979) 3 1989, 1998, 2013
Rhode Island (1981) 3 2003, 2004, 2011
Rutgers (1979)[a] 3 1991, 1992, 1993
UMass (1979) 3 1994, 1995, 1996
La Salle (1996) 2 1999, 2010
St. Bonaventure (1984) 2 2000, 2006
Temple (1983)[b] 2 1989, 2001
West Virginia (1979)[c] 2 1988, 1990
Xavier (1996)[d] 2 1997, 2008
Charlotte (2006)[e] 1 2007
Dayton (1996) 1 2009
Fordham (1996) 1 2005
Richmond (2002) 1 2002
Saint Louis (2006) 1 2012
Saint Joseph's (1983) 1 2014
  1. ^ After the 1995 season, Rutgers left to join the Big East Conference.
  2. ^ After the 2013 season, Temple left to join the American Athletic Conference.
  3. ^ After the 1995 season, West Virginia left to join the Big East Conference.
  4. ^ After the 2013 season, Xavier left to join the Big East Conference.
  5. ^ After the 2013 season, Charlotte left to re-join Conference USA.

Pitcher of the Year[edit]

1993 recipient Steve Kline.
2002 and 2003 recipient Tim Stauffer.

The conference's Pitcher of the Year award is given annually to the best pitcher in the Atlantic 10, as voted by the conference's coaches at the end of the regular season. It was first presented in 1993.

In 2014, Saint Joseph's Jordan Carter received the award. On the regular season, the senior had 10 wins, a 2.19 ERA, and 75 strikeouts. He was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 22nd round of the 2014 MLB Draft.[24]

Richmond's Tim Stauffer is the only pitcher to win the award twice. He won it in 2002 and 2003. Stauffer and 1993 winner Steve Kline went on to play in Major League Baseball.

Winners by season[edit]

Below is a table of the award's winners since it was first presented in 1993.[1]

Season Pitcher School
1993[25] Steve Kline West Virginia
1994[26] Bill Anderson George Washington
1995[27] Jay Murphy Massachusetts
1996 Josh Bradford Xavier
1997[7] Louie Witte Xavier
1998[28] Jay Krystofolski Rhode Island
1999[29] Peter Moore Temple
2000[30] Greg Conden George Washington
2001[31] Kyle Johnson St. Bonaventure
2002[32] Tim Stauffer Richmond
2003[32] Tim Stauffer Richmond
2004[33] Zach Zuercher Rhode Island
2005[34] Matt Torra Massachusetts
2006[35] Steve Holmes Rhode Island
2007[36] Adam Mills Charlotte
2008 Tom Davis Fordham
2009[37] Pat Lehman George Washington
2010[38] Tim Boyce Rhode Island
2011[39] Andrew Smith Charlotte
2012[40] Joe Popielarczyk Massachusetts
2013[41] Sean Furney Rhode Island
2014[24] Jordan Carter Saint Joseph's

By school[edit]

The following is a table of the schools whose pitchers have won the award, along with the year each school joined the conference, the number of times it has won the award, and the years in which it has done so.

School (year joined) Awards Seasons
Rhode Island (1981) 5 1998, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2013
George Washington (1979) 3 1994, 2000, 2009
Massachusetts (1979) 3 1995, 2005, 2012
Charlotte (2006)[a] 2 2007, 2011
Richmond (2002) 2 2002, 2003
Xavier (1996)[b] 2 1996, 1997
Fordham (1996) 1 2008
Saint Joseph's (1983) 1 2014
St. Bonaventure (1980) 1 2001
Temple (1983)[c] 1 1995
West Virginia (1979)[d] 1 1993
  1. ^ Charlotte left to join Conference USA after the 2013 season.
  2. ^ Xavier left to join the Big East Conference after the 2013 season.
  3. ^ Temple left to join the American Athletic Conference after the 2013 season.
  4. ^ West Virginia left to join the Big East Conference after the 1995 season.

Player of the Year[edit]

The conference's Player of the Year award is given annually to the best position player in the A-10, as chosen by the conference's coaches at the end of the regular season. It was first presented in 1993.

In 2014, Saint Joseph's outfielder Collin Forgey won the award. In the regular season, he hit .368 and slugged .561 for the Hawks. Two players have won the award twice: Fordham's Bobby Kingsbury in 2001 and 2002 and St. Bonaventure's Brian Pellegrini in 2006 and 2007. Kingsbury and 1996 recipient Kevin Barker later played in Major League Baseball.

Winners by season[edit]

Below is a table of the award's winners since it was first presented in 1993.[1]

Season Pitcher School
1993[42] Doug Alongi Rutgers
1994 Mark Landers West Virginia
1995 Bill Knight Massachusetts
1996[43] Kevin Barker Virginia Tech
1997[44] Mike Marchiano Fordham
1998[45] Matt Griswold Virginia Tech
1999[46] B. J. Barns Duquesne
2000[47] Brooks Vogel Dayton
2001[48] Bobby Kingsbury Fordham
2002[48] Bobby Kingsbury Fordham
2003[49] Jim Fasano Richmond
2004[50] Dan Batz Rhode Island
2005[51] Brad Rosenblat George Washington
2006[52] Brian Pellegrini St. Bonaventure
2007[52] Brian Pellegrini St. Bonaventure
2008 Chris Taylor
Derek Mechling
Charlotte
Duquesne
2009[50] Dan Rhault Rhode Island
2010[18] Tom Zebroski George Washington
2011[53] Ben Thomas Xavier
2012[50] Jeff Roy Rhode Island
2013 Justin Seager
Mike Vigliarolo
Charlotte
Saint Louis
2014[54] Collin Forgey Saint Joseph's

By school[edit]

The following is a table of the schools whose players have won the award, along with the year each school joined the conference, the number of times it has won the award, and the years in which it has done so.

In 2014, Massachusetts pitcher/designated hitter Mike Geannelis won the award. During the summer, he played for the Nashua Silver Knights of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League.[55][56]

School (year joined) Awards Seasons
Fordham (1996) 3 1997, 2001, 2002
Rhode Island (1981) 3 2004, 2009, 2012
Charlotte (2006)[a] 2 2008, 2013
Duquesne (1979)[b] 2 1999, 2008
George Washington (1979) 2 2005, 2010
St. Bonaventure (1980) 2 2006, 2007
Virginia Tech (1996)[c] 2 1996, 1998
Dayton (1996) 1 2000
Massachusetts (1979) 1 1995
Richmond (2002) 1 2003
Rutgers (1979)[d] 1 1993
Saint Joseph's (1983) 1 2014
Saint Louis (2006) 1 2013
West Virginia (1979)[e] 1 1994
Xavier (1996)[f] 1 2011
  1. ^ Charlotte left after the 2013 season to re-join Conference USA.
  2. ^ Duquesne did not play in the A-10 in 1992, then cut its program after the 2010 season.
  3. ^ Virginia Tech left after the 2000 season to join the Big East Conference.
  4. ^ Rutgers left after the 1995 season to join the Big East Conference.
  5. ^ West Virginia left after the 1995 season to join the Big East Conference.
  6. ^ Xavier left after the 2013 season to join the Big East Conference.

Rookie of the Year[edit]

The Rookie of the Year award is annually presented to the conference's best freshman, as chosen by the league's coaches at the end of the season. It was first presented in 1994. Both pitchers and position players are eligible.

Winners by season[edit]

Below is a table of the award's winners since it was first presented in 1994.[1]

Season Pitcher School
1994 Jeff Rojik Duquesne
1995 Ryan LaMattina St. Bonaventure
1996 Tom Stein Fordham
1997 B. J. Barns Duquesne
1998[57] Pat Pinkman Virginia Tech
1999[58] Jason Bush Virginia Tech
2000[30] Greg Conden George Washington
2001[59] Dan Batz Rhode Island
2002 Jay Johnson Xavier
2003 Tom Shanley George Washington
2004[60] Anthony Smith George Washington
2005[61] Cory Riordan Fordham
2006[62] Aaron Bray Charlotte
2007[63] Matt Zielinski Richmond
2008 Corey Shaylor Charlotte
2009[64] Cameron Hobson Dayton
2010[18] Alex Alemann Saint Louis
2011[14] Tyler Barnette Charlotte
2012[65] Zak Sterling Richmond
2013[66] Tanner Stanley Richmond
2014[55] Mike Geannelis Massachusetts

By school[edit]

The following is a table of the schools whose players have won the award, along with the year each school joined the conference, the number of times it has won the award, and the years in which it has done so.

School (year joined) Awards Seasons
Charlotte 3 2006, 2008, 2011
George Washington (1979) 3 2000, 2003, 2004
Richmond (2002) 3 2007, 2012, 2013
Duquesne (1979)[a] 2 1994, 1997
Fordham (1996) 2 1996, 2005
Virginia Tech (1996)[b] 2 1998, 1999
Dayton (1996) 1 2009
Massachusetts (1979) 1 2014
Rhode Island (1981) 1 2001
St. Bonaventure (1980) 1 1995
Saint Louis (2006) 1 2010
Xavier (1996)[c] 1 2002
  1. ^ Duquesne did not play in the Atlantic 10 in 1992, then cut its program after the 2010 season.
  2. ^ Virginia Tech left after the 2000 season to join the Big East Conference.
  3. ^ Xavier left after the 2013 season to join the Big East Conference.

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