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Cougars Baseball Reveal 2015 Schedule
SIUE baseball Head Coach Tony Stoecklin has announced the Cougars' schedule for the 2015 season. The Cougars are scheduled to play 53 regular season games, including 20 games at Simmons Baseball Complex.
Tony Stoecklin assumed the SIUE head coaching duties in July 2012. The 2015 season will be Tony's 16th as a member of the Cougar coaching staff, and his third as head coach.
Stoecklin previously served as the Associate Head Coach and has long been responsible for the pitching staff. He also has handled most of the recruiting duties for several seasons.
In 2014, Stoecklin led SIUE to its first ever-appearance in the Ohio Valley Conference championship, before being eliminated by eventual-champion Jacksonville State. Stoecklin's 2014 SIUE Cougars netted a five-game improvement in the win column, finishing 21-33 overall, but the Cougars excelled in conference action. SIUE finished tied for fourth in the Ohio Valley Conference standings at 16-14 making the season the Cougars' most successful season as a full time member of the Ohio Valley Conference. The 16 wins were the most in program history and the fourth-place finish also was their best since joining the conference.
Stoecklin produced three all-OVC performers in Ryan Daniels (First-Team) Devin Caldwell (Second Team) and Keaton Wright (All-Freshman Team).
2015 marks the fifth season as an assistant coach for Edwardsville native Danny Jackson after being named to the SIUE baseball staff in July of 2010.
Jackson primarily works with the Cougar hitters. Under Stoecklin, Jackson handles the coaching duties at third base. He is involved in all facets of the program including recruiting and travel arrangements.
In 2014, Jackson led the Cougar hitters to a .278 team batting average, good for sixth in the Ohio Valley Conference. Jackson saw the lineup's overall batting average jump 36 points from 2013's mark. The team also was fifth in the OVC with 104 doubles, an increase of 37 from 2013. In conference play, the improvement was even more dramatic. SIUE combined to hit .294 in 2014 and the team's 63 doubles were second-most in the league, and just one off Jacksonville's State's league-high 64.