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  1. Eagles Play a Thriller With UPike

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    Eagles Baseball returned to the diamond on Wednesday, April 9th, versus non-conference opponent, the University of Pikeville Bears. The Eagles fought hard against their in-state rivals, but came up a little short in the nine-inning game, losing 7-6. The game was played at the Reeve Athletic Field in Pippa Passes, Kentucky.

Eagles Baseball Roster 2014

Team Pic

2014 Eagles Baseball Team

Click on the team photo for a larger version of the picture.

To view individual photos of each player, click on their name in the roster below.

# Name Class  Pos. Ht.
00 Corey Dollarhide SO OF 6’0″ 170 Jenkins, KY
2 Timmy Sublett SO OF 5’11” 175 Meally, KY
3 Dustin Williams JR SS/P 5’11” 175 Bristol, VA
4 Alex Dapkus SS OF 5’11” 165 Richmond, KY
5 Bobby Caldwell SR C 6’0” 205 London, KY
6 Shane Pack SR OF 6’1″ 240 Louisa, KY
7 Kevin Smith JR OF  5’10” 165 Combs, KY
8 Judd Hammons FR SS 5’8”  170 Mountain City, TN
9 Ben Ray SR 2B 6’0”  160 Danville, KY 
10 Josh England SO SS 5’10” 180 Manchester, KY
11 Josh Mills JR OF 5’11” 175 Louisa, KY
12 Chance Westerfield SO P 5’9” 180 Annvil, KY
13 Greg Wright JR 3B/P  5’10” 185 South Charleston, WV
15 Tanner Hensley SO 3B 6’0” 195  Manchester, KY
16 Austin White FR SS 5’10” 180 Bluff City, TN
17 Wyatt Hamilton SO SS/2B 5’6” 150 Pound, VA
18 Ryne Loggins SO OF 5’8” 175  Bristol, VA
20 Chris Delgado FR  P 5’11” 165 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
21 Daniel Burgess SO 6’3” 210 Charleston, WV
22 Ian Delaney JR P 5’10” 150 Ashland, KY
24 Trae Minton JR OF 6’1” 175 Harrogate, TN
25 Zach Hancock SO IF 5’11” 175 Jonesborough, TN
26 Ronnie Saylor FR C 5’9″ 185 Lancaster, KY
27 Jake Bales  JR 1B  6’5” 230 Somerset, KY
28 Justin Smith SO P 5’10” 190 Manchester, KY
30 Neil Dillon SR  6’1” 160 Wayne, WV
31 Brandon Chaney SO OF/P 5’7” 160 Irvine, KY
32 Derek Walzer SR OF/1B 6’1″ 190 Jenkins, KY
33 Mackenzie Hicks JR 5’11” 170 London, KY
34 Ryan Burrow JR P 6’1” 190 Kingsport, TN
35 Jarred Tate JR P 6’2″ 190 Bluff City, TN
41 Jake Woolwine SO 2B 5’10” 220 Charleston, WV
44 Will Hamilton JR IF 5’9″ 220 Pound, VA
45 Jordan Horn JR P 5’10” 180 Richmond, KY
48 Patrick Barnett SO OF 5’11” 165 Bowling Green, KY
98 Logan Condra FR 6’1″ 200 Rogersville, TN
99 Wayne Sparks SR  P 6’3” 185 Coal Grove, OH

All games are listed as Eastern Standard Time.

Home match-ups are highlighted.

* Feb. 25, March 25, and April 9 are 9 inning games. All other games are doubleheaders.

2014 Eagles Baseball Schedule

Day Time Opponent Score
20 1 PM @ Hiwassee College L 0-2; L 1-9 – recap
22 1 PM vs. Ohio Chillicothe CANCELLED
23 1 PM vs. Ohio-Chillicothe W 11-0; W 7-4 – recap
25 3 PM @ UPike W 3-2 (13 innings) – recap
28 1 PM vs. Mt. St. Joseph W 4-2; T 2-2 – recap
1 1 PM vs. Ohio State-Lima W 4-2; W 3-2 – recap
5-11   Spring Break  
10   vs. Ohio Mid-Western W 7-2; W 6-5 – recap
11 1 PM vs. Ohio Christian W 7-6; W 5-2 – recap
14 5 PM @ Berea College L 7-25; L 8-16 – recap
15 1 PM @ Berea College W 5-3; L 6-17 – recap
17 2 PM @ Ohio Mid-Western W 5-0; 9-2 – recap
19 1 PM vs. New River CC Scrimmage
21 1 PM vs. IUS L 3-14; W 3-2 – recap
22 12 PM vs. IUS L 3-15; L 2-12 – recap
25 1 PM @ University of the Cumberlands L 7-13 – recap
28 1 PM vs. Asbury CANCELLED
29 12 PM vs. Asbury CANCELLED
31 1 PM vs. Johnson University W 10-4 – recap
2 1 PM @ Ohio-Chillicothe CANCELLED
5 1 PM @ Point Park University L 0-17; L 3-6 – recap
6 12 PM @ Point Park University L 0-6; L 4-13 – recap
8 2 PM vs. Hiwassee College L 2-9; L 0-2 – recap
9 3 PM vs. UPike L 6-7 – recap
12 5 PM @ Brescia L 2-20; L 4-12 – recap
13 12 PM @ Brescia L 1-10; W 12-6 – recap
14 1 PM vs. Johnson University CANCELLED
16 2 PM @ New River CC Scrimmage
17 1 PM vs. Asbury L 4-8; W 2-1 – recap
18 12 PM vs. Asbury W 2-1; L 1-8 – recap

Senior Day

April 23-26   KIAC Tournament – Kingsport, TN recap
23 8 PM vs. IU Southeast L 1-15
24 5 PM vs. Berea W 9-6
25 5:15 PM vs. Asbury W 8-7
  9:45 PM vs. IU Southeast L 8-9

Eagles Baseball Coaches 2014


L-R: Assistant Coach Jason Stowers, Head Coach Scott Cornett, Assistant Coach David Hatfield, and Assistant Coach Julian Deaton

Scott CornettScott Cornett
Head Coach, 25th Season

Scott Cornett claims Hyden, KY as his hometown, but he has spent a good chunk of his time in Pippa Passes. He played baseball for ALC from 1985-1989 before going on to play two seasons as a catcher for the White Sox. He has earned various honors and achievements, including being named a 3-time MVP in high school and college, 3-time 1st Team All-Conference, an All-American (1988-89), 2nd in the nation in batting average (1989), and was invited to both the Pan AM and USA Olympic Tryouts. Coach Cornett is also a proud member of the Leslie County High School Hall of Fame and the ALC Athletic Hall of Fame.

The Eagles Head Coach clearly enjoys teaching the game of baseball. “What I like most about coaching at ALC is the kids,” he says.  “I’ve built a lot of good relationships with my players.” Coach Cornett encourages his athletes to play hard and to have fun, because, as he is quick to tell them, “You will spend the rest of your life wishing you could do it again.”

“Ultimately, as a player, you have to make sure that you can do all the little things.  But your number-one priority should be to go to class and enjoy this time.”

Coach Cornett lives in Pippa Passes with his wife, Kim, daughter, Haley, and son, Dalton. He has coached Eagles Baseball for 23 years and also acts as the College’s Dean of Students & Community Life.


Julian DeatonJulian Deaton, Jr.
Assistant Coach, 14th Season

Julian Deaton, Jr., known to his players as “Coach D,” hails from Wheelwright, KY. The upcoming 2013 season will mark Coach Deaton‘s 14th season with the Eagles. Prior to working with the Eagles, he served as a coach for Little League Baseball, the Babe Ruth League, Allen Central High School baseball, and American Legion Baseball, amassing 39 years of total coaching experience. He also brings 37 years of playing experience to the field.

It is evident that Coach Deaton loves guiding student-athletes. “My ultimate award,” he says, “is actually a reward: God has allowed me to instruct young people in two of my passions – baseball and swimming (Lifeguarding).”  He enjoys teaching the game of baseball and passing along “old school philosophies” to young men hungry to compete at the college level. Coach Deaton has a very specific coaching philosophy: 1. Teach the rules of the game, emphasizing perfection of the fundamentals, which applies to running, hitting, catching, and throwing; 2. Teach, encourage, and demand that each baseball player establish discipline both on and off the field; 3. Each player must already be or work earnestly at becoming a gentleman in all phases of his life; 4. Maintain open lines of communication with coaches, players, parents, and administrators; 5. Strive to build rapport with players through caring and motivation; 6. Operate/Manage a well-organized program; 7. Prepare each player as to the mental game of baseball (without the mental game, there can be no quality physical game); and 8. Inform each athlete that the game of baseball is not complicated, but it is complex. Teach the complexities!

Coach Deaton wishes to remind prospective student-athletes that there is a reason why “student” always precedes “athlete.” He says, “If you do not take care of business in the classroom, you will not have the opportunity to take care of business on the baseball field. Become disciplined in time management so that you make time for all of your daily responsibilities.” 

He resides in Hueysville, KY with his wife, Alberta. They have two daughters, Krystal and Heather, one son, Jarrid, and one grandchild, Gavin, 3.


Jason StowersJason Stowers
Assistant Coach, 9th Season










David HatfieldDavid Hatfield
Assistant Coach, 8th Season










Athletes of the Week

  1. Price Proving Her Worth

    Tori Price has been named this week’s Female Athlete of the Week. Price has been stepping up for the Lady Eagles softball team, hitting the cover off the ball in the last series versus Point Park.
  2. Senior Dillon Pitches Lights Out

    This week’s recipient of the Alice Lloyd College Male Athlete of the Week award goes to Neil Dillon. The senior showed why he is the ace of this pitching staff, putting on a dominant display against Asbury.

Sports Ticker

  • Women's Volleyball vs Berea

    Tuesday, September 2
    L (0-3)

  • Women's Volleyball @ Welch College

    Saturday, September 6
    W (3-0)

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Athletic Calendar

September 2014
31 1 2

Women's Volleyball vs Berea

3 4 5 6

Women's Volleyball Tri-Match @ Welch College

7 8

Womens Volleyball @ Hiwassee College

9 10 11 12

Women's Volleyball Tri-Match @ Midway

14 15 16

Women's Volleyball vs Crown College

17 18 19

Women's Volleyball @ Cincinnati Christian


Women's Tennis @ Asbury

Women's Volleyball vs Welch College

21 22

Women's Volleyball @ IU Southeast

23 24 25 26

Women's Tennis @ Indiana University Southeast


Women's Tennis @ Brescia University

Women's Volleyball vs Carlow

28 29 30

Women's Volleyball Tri-Match @ Rio Grande

1 2 3

Women's Volleyball vs Hiwassee College


Women's Tennis vs Carlow University

Women's Volleyball Tri-Match @ UPIKE