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Cougars Baseball Reveal 2013 Schedule
SIUE baseball has announced its schedule for the 2013 campaign. The Cougars have scheduled 54 regular season games, will once again play a complete Ohio Valley Conference schedule, and will be eligible for OVC and NCAA Division I postseason play for the first time.
Tony Stoecklin assumed the SIUE head coaching duties in July 2012. The 2013 season will mark Tony's 14th as a member of the Cougar coaching staff.
Stoecklin previously served as the Associate Head Coach and has long been responsible for the pitching staff. He has handled most of the recruiting duties for several seasons.
Stoecklin oversaw a pitching staff that finished with a 5.98 earned run average in 2012. The 5.98 put SIUE just percentage points from being in the top five in the Ohio Valley Conference for the second consecutive year. The Cougars had a 5.07 ERA in 2011, which would have ranked fourth in the Ohio Valey Conference.
In 2012 Stoecklin oversaw senior Dustin Quattrocchi's transition to full-time closer. Quattrocchi finished his senior season with a 5-1 record and a 0.66 earned run average. His 12 saves were second in the Ohio Valley Conference, and he finished tied for ninth with five wins ? the most of any reliever in the league. Quattrocchi compiled 47 strikeouts in 41 innings while walking only five and allowing only 21 hits. He became SIUE's first All-American, in any sport, since the move to Division I. He was selected to third team by the American Baseball Coaches Association and was an honorable mention selection by Collegebaseballinsider.com. Quattrocchi is now playing professionally with Joliet of the Frontier League, marking the 17th pitcher that has signed a professional contract after leaving the SIUE pitching staff since Stoecklin began coaching.
Edwardsville native Danny Jackson begins his second season as an assistant coach for SIUE baseball after being named to the staff in July 2011.
Jackson primarily works with the Cougar hitters. Under Stoecklin, Jackson will handle the coaching duties at third base. He is involved in all facets of the program including recruiting and travel arrangements.
Prior to coming to SIUE, Jackson served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Saint Louis University Billikens. His duties included serving as the first base coach, working with all hitters, working with outfielders and corner infielders defensively, and serving as team's travel planner.
In three seasons with the Billikens, Jackson helped the team to 88 wins, including an Atlantic 10 Championship in 2010. SLU participated in the Louisville Regional for the NCAA Tournament. Billiken hitters increased batting average, doubles, and home runs under Jackson's watch.