Season Opponents

Arkansas Baptist College

Asbury University (Ky.)

Auburn University at Montgomery (Ala.)

Avila University (Mo.)

Belhaven University (Miss.)

Berry College (Ga.)

Bethel University (Tenn.)

Blue Mountain College (Miss.)

Brescia University (Ky.)

Brewton-Parker College (Ga.)

Campbellsville University (Ky.)

Central Baptist College (Ark.)

Central Methodist University (Mo.)

Christian Brothers University (Tenn.)

Clarke University (Iowa)

Concordia College (Mich.)

Culver-Stockton College (Mo.)

Cumberland University (Tenn.)

Delta State University (Miss.)

Ecclesia College (Ark.)

Embry-Riddle University (Fla.)

Eureka College (Ill.)

Faulkner University (Ala.)

Flagler College (Fla.)

Freed-Hardeman University (Tenn.)

Georgetown College (Ky.)

Grand View University (Iowa)

Hannibal-LaGrange University (Mo.)

Harris-Stowe State College (Mo.)

Huntington University (Ind.)

Illinois Wesleyan University (Ill.)

Indiana University Southeast (Ind.)

Jamestown College (N.D.)

King College (Tenn.)

Lane College (Tenn.)

Lee University (Tenn.)

Lindenwood University (Mo.)

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

Lyon College (Ark.)

MacMurray College (Ill.)

Martin Methodist College (Tenn.)

McKendree University (Ill.)

Mid-Continent University (Ky.)

Missouri Baptist University (Mo.)

Mt. Mercy College (Iowa)

North Georgia College and State University (Ga.)

Northeast State University (Okla.)

Northwestern College (Iowa)

Oklahoma Wesleyan University (Okla.)

Olivet Nazarene University (Ill.)

Reinhardt College (Ga.)

Rhodes College (Tenn.)

Rust College (Miss.)

Shawnee State University (Ohio)

Shorter University (Ga.)

Southern Connecticut State (Conn.)

Southern Polytechnic State University (Ga.)

Southern Virginia University (Va.)

Spalding University (Ky.)

Spring Hill College (Ala.)

St. Catharine College (Ky.)

St. Thomas University (Fla.)

Sterling College (Kan.)

Taylor University (Ind.)

Tennessee Wesleyan College (Tenn.)

Thomas University (Ga.)

Tougaloo College (Miss.)

Trevecca Nazarene University (Tenn.)

Union College (Ky.)

University of Central Arkansas

University of Dayton (Ohio)

University of Mobile (Ala.)

University of North Alabama

University of North Alabama (Ala.)

University of South Carolina-Beaufort

University of Tennessee-Martin (Tenn.)

University of West Florida (Fla.)

Victory University (Tenn.)

Viterbo University (Wis.)

Warner University (Fla.)

Webber International University (Fla.)

West Tenn Diamond Jaxx (AA)

William Carey University (Miss.)

William Woods University (Mo.)

Williams Baptist College (Ark.)


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Overall Record: 44-20 | TranSouth Record: 17-6

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2002 TranSouth Conference Regular Season Champions
2002 TranSouth Conference Tournament Champions
2002 NAIA Final Ranking of No. 8

  • 6/14/2002 - Union Signs JCS Baseball Standout
  • 6/12/2002 - Union’s Rolando Agosto Signs with San Diego Padres
  • 6/12/2002 - Union’s Blake Allen Signs Contract with Cleveland
  • 6/4/2002 - Union’s Blake Allen Drafted by Indians in Eighth Round
  • 6/4/2002 - Padres Draft Union's Rolando Agosto in 15th Round
  • 6/3/2002 - Union Places Four Players on Baseball All-America List
  • 6/3/2002 - Union Inks Trinity Christian Baseball Standout
  • 5/30/2002 - Union Baseball Signs Junior College Pitcher
  • 5/29/2002 - Hardin County Baseball Star Signs with Union
  • 5/16/2002 - Union Athletes Receive Academic Awards
  • 5/10/2002 - Union’s Wyatt Named Region Player of the Year
  • 5/4/2002 - Union Baseball Wins TranSouth Tournament;
    Wyatt, Rushing Receive Honors
  • 4/29/2002 - Union’s Allen Received Second Straight Pitcher of the Week Honor
  • 4/27/2002 - Former Union Players Return for Baseball Alumni Game
  • 4/20/2002 - Union Baseball Captures TranSouth Regular Season Title
  • 4/16/2002 - Union University names fields after longtime local supporters
  • 4/16/2002 - Union’s Cook Named TranSouth Player of the Week
  • 4/16/2002 - Union Baseball to Have Alumni Game
  • 4/11/2002 - Union Baseball Ranked No. 4 in NAIA Poll
  • 3/27/2002 - Jackson Local Passes Union Career Baseball Record
  • 1/30/2002 - Union Baseball Opens Season This Weekend
  • 11/15/2001 - Union Golf, Baseball Ranked in NAIA Preseason Top 25
  • 11/13/2001 - Union Baseball Signs Lexington High School All-Star
  • 7/9/2001 - Union Signs South Side All-District Catcher

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