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Photo by Dave Kopp
Matt Curtis, an 11-game winner this past season, has signed a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians organization.
Curtis capped his four-year career with the Mules by earning MVP honors at the NCAA-II South Central Regional in San Antonio, Texas.
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Mules are ranked seventh in the final NCAA-II Poll of the 2011 season.
Nick DeBiasse and Bret Schwartz have been selected to the Rawlings/ABCA D-II All-American Teams.
DeBiassse was named to the second-team as the first baseman, while Schwartz was a third-team selection at shortstop...All-American Teams »
Mules saw their 2011 season end at the NCAA-II Championships in Cary, North Carolina.
Kurtis Schuyler was the tough luck losing pitcher in Monday's game.
A first-inning run proved the difference as the Mules collected only three hits, while stranding eight baserunners, in their earliest exit from NCAA-II Championship play since 1998.
The Mules were making their second consecutive appearance in the D-II Championship Series, and their ninth in the past 12 years. Mules Recap »
Mules greet a young player from the Cary, North Carolina, Youth League prior to the start of Monday's game.
UCM fans gathered prior to each Mules game at a fan tent outside the USA Baseball Complex.
School name included on the outfield wall in Cary, North Carolina
Mules take batting practice at the ballpark in Cary, North Carolina
Former Mules pitcher and UCM Hall of Fame member Jim Crane has agreed to purchase the Houston Astros.
While Crane hopes to have MLB finalize the deal soon, he continues to focus on his former team and their progress...More Info »
Mules celebrate the regional championship
Matt Curtis (pictured above) tossed a four-hit shutout to win his 11th game of the season, and was named the regional MVP, as the Mules improve to 49-8 and win their 16th regional championship in program history.
Former Mules pitcher Josh Outman made his return to the major leagues a success.
Pitching for the first time in nearly two years with the Oakland A's in regular season play due to arm surgery, Outman tossed seven innings against the Los Angeles Angels on Monday evening, May 23rd, and allowed only one run. Game Story »
Outman was a standout for the Mules during the 2005 season, and was a 10th round draft pick of the Philadelphia Phillies, one of five Mules' pitchers drafted in the top 11 rounds of the 2005 First Year Player Draft.
Another former Mules player is also in the big leagues, with Steve Downey (pictured above in middle) serving as the Los Angeles Dodgers interim strength and conditioning coach.
Downey, who was the rightfielder on the Mules 2003 national championship squad, is the strength and conditioning coach for the Dodgers Triple-A squad, the Albuquerque Isotopes.
Mules have six players named to All-Region teams.
Nick DeBiasse - First-team selection on all three / Bret Schwartz - First-team selection by ABCA and NCBWA, second-team by Daktronics / Don Lisi - First-team selection by ABCA and NCBWA, second-team by Daktronics / Tyler Anthony - Second-team selection on all three / Tyler Ruch - Second-team selection by NCBWA and Daktronics / Matt Curtis - Second-team selection by Daktronics
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Seniors display the 2011 MIAA Tournament Championship trophy
Mules captured its 15th MIAA Tournament title in the past 18 years on Sunday, May 15th.
Nick DeBiasse and Don Lisi
Mules have 11 members receive recognition from the MIAA for 2011.