'1967 West Virginia University Baseball Team. Southern Conference Champions. Front row, from left. Tom Tomechko, Mike Moschel, Chuck Boggs-captain, Chuck Guth, Denny Taylor, Bob Beahm, Jim Clay, Jerry Meadows, Ron Fiochetta. Back row, A.C. 'Whitey' Gwynne-trainer, Tom Parke, Tom Little, Ted Semenik, Bob Reed, Bob Tompkins, John Simpson, Jim Miller, Joe Baca, Tom Brand, John Piscorik, Terry Mance, Coach Steve Harrick.'
'The baseball team of the West Virginia University of 1900 was the best nine that has has ever represented this institution. W.V.U. claims the college championship of Ohio, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania. The team lost but two games to college teams, and one to professionals. It was composed of the following men: Peck-Catcher, Bowman-Pitcher, Miller-First Base, Crossland-Second Base, McWhorter-Third Base, Deming-Short Stop and Left Field, Prints-Center Field, Hodges-Right Field, Yeager, Brown, Neale, McGregor-Substitutes.'
West Virginia University Baseball Team, Morgantown, W. Va.
Members of the team include: A. R. Stallings, Manager; H. B. McClure, Assistant Manager; Walter B. Hill; John Hickman; Thomas Pastorius; C. B. Harding (Captain); Isaac Womelsdorff; John Parsons; Lee Llewllyn; Bert Lawhead; William Dent.
Inscribed on the back of the photograph, "Back row left to right- Llewelyn, McWhorter, Lawhead, Miller, Shelby. Middle row- Anderson, Mitchell, Dent, Middleberg. Front row- Lowe, Wilhelm, Pratt. The bat boy- Hartigan. Not sure of the interested spectators. The one in the Iron hat with his legs crossed- Ed Naret. Back of the umbrella in the sailor- Hieronimous, a law student. Man with spinnach- Douthat, a professor. Light Fedora, bow tie and leer, unknown."
First row, left to right- Jerry Milliken, Phil Douglas, captain Dale Ramsburg, Ron Renner, Jeff O'Neil, Grant Mullen. Second row- Chester Wright, Chuck Kinder, Mike Dyer, Bob Munchin, Bill Marovic, Vaughn Kovach, Joe DeFazio, Larry Sindelar. Third row- Coach Steve Harrick, John Nieman, John Radosevich, Don Hetzel, Charles Wallace, John Ellis, Steve Berzansky, Manager John Satterfield.