2012: McMullen spent more than 18 innings on the mound in the 16 games he played. He threw 5.1 innings against Hillsdale College, giving up just two hits and striking out five batters. Despite limited playing time, he earned a win-loss record of 3-2 for the season.
2010-11: Before joining the Drovers, McMullen pitched for two seasons at Pratt Community College in Kansas.
High School: McMullen helped his team to become regional champions in 2009 while playing for Enid High School.
2012: Serving as the Drovers’ go-to relief pitcher, Goodman spent 28 innings on the mound. He earned a record of 2-1 and earned four saves on the season. He was the only player on the team to record a save. Facing 108 batters, he threw 26 strikeouts.
2012: Selman saw eight appearances on the mound, pitching a total of 5.2 innings during the season. In those five innings, he threw seven strikeouts.
2010-11: Before attending USAO, Selman pitched for two seasons at Vernon Junior College in Texas.
High School: At Northside High School in Texas, Selman played baseball and football. In baseball, he was named an All-District First Team Pitcher, Newcomer of the Year and All-District MVP. His team became regional quarter finalists.
2012: Hill had a strong junior season, playing in 38 games for the Drovers. For the season, he batted 18 runners in and scored nine runs — four of which were homers. In an April game against conference opponent Mid-America Christian, Hill scored a season-high four runs and two RBIs.
2012: Gonzalez was one of only two Drovers to play in every single game of the season and saw starts in all but one of those games. Batting at .312, Gonzalez scored 31 runs and batted 38 runners in for the season. He came in second on the team in home runs with seven. One of his strongest games was early in the season against Friends University. In that game, he had a season-high five hits, two home runs, three total runs and 15 putouts. He matched his putout high in May in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament against Oklahoma Baptist.
2012: In his first season at USAO, Edwards made nine appearances, scoring one run and recording two RBIs. In a March conference game against Wayland Baptist, Edwards got on base in all three of his at bats, earning two hits and a walk. He scored his lone run in a March win over Hillsdale College.
2011: Edwards redshirted a season at Oklahoma State University before transferring to USAO.
2010: Out of high school, Edwards attended Redlands Community College for a year.
2012: As a junior, Garcia saw seven starts and 15 appearances on the mound. In nearly 53 innings, he had the lowest earned run average on the team at 3.93, which is second in USAO history. He allowed just 23 earned runs in the 197 batters he faced. Additionally, he walked just 15 batters all season. He threw 30 strikeouts. He came in the Top 25 in the NAIA in total hits allowed with 47.
2012: In his first season with the Drovers, Sturgeon secured himself as a conference starting pitcher. He had the second lowest ERA on the team at 4.27 and had the most wins and best record at 7-1. He allowed just 28 earned runs and threw a total of 41 strikeouts on the season. He threw a complete game shutout in a 6-0 win over Oklahoma Christian. His other complete game was a nine-inning 4-3 win over Rogers State in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament. In that game, he allowed just two earned runs.