The Redhawks have won five straight OVC Openers and are 11-3 overall in those series
3/22/2012 1:38:00 PM
Baseball Opens Up OVC Schedule This Weekend Against Austin Peay
Southeast Missouri (7-15) vs. Austin Peay (11-10)
Friday-Sunday, 3 p.m./ 1 p.m./ 1 p.m.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
SEMO: Mark Hogan (510-435-1 / 18th Year); APSU: Gary McClure, (25th Year)
ESPN 1220 AM (KGIR). Play-by-Play: Erik Sean
Live Stats: GoSoutheast.com
Audio Webcast: GoSoutheast.com
Friday - Chance of Rain, 69 degrees
Saturday - Chance of Rain, 66 degrees
Sunday - Partly Sunny, 75 degrees
Complete Southeast Missouri Baseball Game Notes
Countdown to 900
Head coach Mark Hogan is five wins away for 900 wins in his career. Hogan has coached at the NJCAA (Lurleen B. Wallace), NCAA Division II (West Alabama) and NCAA Division I level (Southeast). Hogan has 510 wins at Southeast Missouri. Hogan collected his 500th career win against Eastern Illinois last season on May 20, 2011.In 2007, he passed Southeast legendary coach Joe Uhls
as the schools all-time wins leader.
Senior Trenton Moses
moved into the Top 10 in Career Home Runs at Southeast Missouri as he hit his 26th career home run on Tuesday against Missouri State. He is now tied for 10th all-time with Zach Borowiak.
Senior Shortstop Kenton Parmley
is currently riding a 29 game hitting streak that dates back to last season.Parmley has also reached base safely in his last 37 contest that dates back to last season. Senior Trenton Moses
has now reached base safely in 42 straight contest that dates back to last season. Moses, who currently sports .596 on-base percentage. Moses is tied for eighth in the nation in home runs. He also ranks in several other major categories.
Pitching Into Top 10
Junior Shae Simmons
has reached 52 career appearances after last Saturday's contest. He currently ranks 10th all-time at Southeast in appearances. He moved into the starting rotation this spring for the Redhawks, he ranks second all-time in saves at Southeast with 10.
Senior Kody Campbell
has started 21 games at three different positions this season with 10 starts at first base, seven at catcher and four at DH. Redshirt Freshman Andy Lennington
has started in 20 games at four different positions, 12 at first base, six in right field, one at shortstop and one at centerfield on Saturday.