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Thursday, 19 July 2012 00:00

2014 Volleyball Roster

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2014 Volleyball Roster
No. Name   Pos.  Yr. Ht. HometownPrevious School 
1Kylie PeaseDSSr.5'5Topeka, Kan.Washburn Rural HS
2Lauren Bechard
SSr.5'6Gardner, Kan.JCCC
3Brenna HerdmanOHFr.5'8Lyndon, Kan.Lyndon HS
4Kaysha GreenDSJr.5'6Baldwin City, Kan.Baldwin City HS
6Danielle FrenchMHJr.6'1Overland Park, Kan.Blue Valley West HS
9Kallie FischerOHFr.5'9Silver Lake, Kan.Silver Lake HS
10Sara SlaterDSSr.5'5Lansing, Kan.JCCC
11Hannah BettgeSSo.5'8Gardner, Kan.Gardner-Edgerton HS
13Madeline McCraryDSFr.5'5Baldwin City, Kan.Baldwin HS
14Taryn BreesOHSr.5'9 Meriden, Kan.Jefferson West HS
15Shannon BondMHJr.5'10Olathe, Kan.Olathe South HS
16Kebriana NashOHFr.5'8Austin, TexasLBJ HS
17Shannon McCartyRSSr.6'0Kansas City, Kan.Johnson County CC
18Natalie MinchowOHJr.5'11Omaha, Neb.
University of Sioux Falls
19Alisa BeckerMHFr.5'10McPherson, Kan.McPherson HS
20Elizabeth ArnoldOHSo.5'9Prairie Village, Kan.Shawnee Mission East HS
24Paige MeaderMHJr.6'0Waverly, Kan.Waverly HS
25Haleigh OffieldMHSo.6'1Kansas City, Mo.Northwest Missouri State

 

 

 

 

Thursday, 19 July 2012 00:00

2014 Cross Country Schedule

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2014 Cross Country Schedule
Date  MeetLocationTime/Result  
9/6/14  
Maple Leaf Invitational (Meet Info)Baldwin City, Kan.    M -1st/W -1st
9/20/14Southern StampedeJoplin, Mo.M -2nd/W -6th
10/4/14Chile Pepper FestivalFayetteville, Ark.M -15th/W -16th
10/11/14Pre-Nationals (Rim Rock Farm)Lawrence, Kan. 
10/25/14Mid-States ClassicWinfield, Kan.M -7th/W-15th
11/8/14HAAC Championships (Hosted by Peru State)Auburn, Neb. 
11/22/14NAIA National Championships (Rim Rock Farm)Lawrence, Kan. 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 17 July 2012 19:14

Tyler Price

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PriceTyler Price

Assistant Director of Athletics - Communications

Phone: 785.594.8495

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After serving as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Park University for four years, Tyler Price joins the Baker University athletics staff in 2012 as the Assistant Director of Athletics – Communications.

In his tenure at Park, Price served as the primary media contact for both men’s soccer and cross country in the fall, women’s basketball and men’s volleyball in the winter, as well as softball and track and field in the spring.

Price will serve as the primary liaison between Baker’s athletics programs and the public. He will be responsible for serving the needs of not only the media, but also coaches, student-athletes, supporters and fans.

For the fourth straight men’s volleyball season, Price will also work as the Mid-America Men’s Volleyball Intercollegiate Conference (MAMVIC) Sports Information Director.

In that capacity Price will work closely with all 21 institutions and will continue to monitor the conference’s website and work with institutional media relations personnel. Price will coordinate the NAIA Men’s Volleyball National Player’s of the Week along with the NAIA Men’s Volleyball National Top 10 Poll.

For his work for MAMVIC, Price was named the 2012 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) NAIA Men's Volleyball SID of the Year.

Price also served as Assistant women's basketball coach at Park University during the 2011-12 season under head coach Kenneth Cooper. The Pirates began the 2011-12 campaign with one of the program's best starts posting a 10-1 record at the holiday break. Park advanced to the semifinals of the AMC conference Tournament for the second straight season, and finished with a record of 19-8 a winning percentage of .703, the second highest in program history.

Price is a proud member of NAIA-SIDA as well as CoSIDA. He has been awarded with eight NAIA-SIDA Top 10 in the Nation awards for his publications, including a second-place finish for his 2011 Park Men’s Volleyball Media Guide.

Price was also awarded with a second-plce finish in the 2013 NAIA-SIDA In-House Website contest for his work with Baker's official site for Baker University Athletics www.bakerwildcats.com. He and Assistant Director of Athletics - Operations, Andrew Patch and Neil Kubliski, Senior Director of Digital Communications & Emerging Media, were awarded for the honor.

A 2008 graduate of Kansas State University, Price spent three years in the Sports Information Department from 2005-08 as a Student Assistant. Along with assisting in the promotion of all 12 varsity sports at K-State, Price’s main responsibility was serving as the primary media contact for the women’s equestrian program.

After graduation, Price joined the Sports Information staff at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). After a few months promoting the NAIA, Price made the trek a few miles north to Parkville, Mo.

The Overland Park, Kan., native also worked in sports broadcasting early in his career, spending two summers working at NBC KSHB-TV in Kansas City as an Associate Sports Producer for the 38 Sports Spot television program and all evening KSHB-TV newscasts.

Price is an avid Kansas City sports fan and enjoys watching all Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals and Kansas State athletic events.

He lives in Overland Park, Kan., with his daughter Maria.

Tuesday, 17 July 2012 00:00

2014 Football Roster

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2014 Football Roster
NoName
PosYrHt
WtHometownPrevious School
1Josh Finau
LBSr.6-0236Lawndale, Calif.Cerritos College
2Ladai Shawn BooseQB/WRFr.5-10195San Diego, Calif.Kearny HS
3Justice BerryWRSr.6-3210Gardner, Kan.Indiana State
4Tye Hughes
WRFr.5-11170Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence Free State HS
5Keith Loneker Jr.LBFr.6-2225Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
6Dylan Perry WRJr.6-1180Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
7Nick MarraQBSo.6-1205Gilroy, Calif.DeAnza Community College
8T.J. Holtrop
TEJr.6-2218Phoenix, Ariz.Mountain Pointe HS
9Andrew AugsburgerTESr.6-6240Phoenix, Ariz.Glendale CC
10Adam LomenickQBSo.6-1190Bristow, Okla.Bristow HS
11Logan DeGraeveWRSr.5-11178De Soto, Kan.De Soto HS
12Jaylan AddisonWRFr.6-1185El Paso, TexasChapin HS
13Scott Meyer
RBSr.5-9185Mission, TexasSharyland HS
13Davis AndersWRFr.6-2180Eaton, Colo.Eaton HS
14James ValentineQBFr.6-0170Platte City, Mo.Platte County HS
15Jake HellerQBJr.6-1185Lenexa, Kan.St. James Academy
16Bennett WhiteQBFr.6-0190Tulsa, Okla.Booker T. Washington HS
16Tywonn MossWRFr.6-3190Conroe, TexasConroe HS
17Daichi KozuDBJr.5-11174Tokyo, JapanPalomar CC
17Trace OliverDBFr.6-1175Blue Springs, Mo.Blue Springs HS
18Preston SchenckDBSr.5-11196Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
18Chris HellerWRFr.6-2185Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
19Logan BrettellQB/KFr.6-0190Overland Park, Kan.Blue Valley HS
20Alex BairdDBSo.5-11175Overland Park, Kan.Blue Valley HS
21Mike StevensonDBSr.5-10175Edmond, Okla.Central Oklahoma University
21RJ JonesLBSo.5-9175Tecumseh, Kan.Shawnee Heights HS
22Camren TornedenRBSr.5-8180Lawrence, Kan.Univ. of Central Missouri
22Gage PetersDBFr.5-10175Kansas City, Kan.J.C. Harmon HS
23Duane SimsDBSr.5-10170Wichita, Kan.Hutchinson CC
23Josh ChalkerDBFr.6-0175Overland Park, Kan.Blue Valley HS
24DeAndre Turner-FultsRBFr.5-10173El Paso, TexasChapin HS
24Eli StoutRBFr.5-9175Columbia, Mo.Columbia Rock Bridge HS
25Jacob TompkinsWR/PFr.5-10175Maysville, Ky.Mason County HS
26 Spartak RahachouRBJr.5-9188Minsk, FCJohnson County CC
26Ross BishopWRSr.5-10180Franklin, TexasIncarnate Word University
27Adonis PowellRBSo.5-9180El Paso, TexasHanks HS
28Cornell BrownWRFr.5-9180Baldwin City, Kan.Baldwin HS
29Gunnar McKennaDBSr.5-9174Holton, Kan.Holton HS
29Andrew Zeitlow
FBFr.5-10210McPherson, Kan.McPherson HS
30Ryan GoodRBJr.6-1214Amsterdam, Mo.Miami R-1 HS
31Jordan Brown
RBFr.5-8206Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence HS
32Alex StebbinsRBJr.6-1248Pinetop, Ariz.Blue Ridge HS
32Estin McGraw
LBFr.6-1185Gill, Colo.Eaton HS
33Anthony KubasDBFr.6-2170Edwardsville, Kan.Bonner Springs HS
34Taylor StuartTESr.6-1223Lawrence, Kan.Coffeyville CC
34Ian CalkinsTEFr.6-1205Shawnee, Kan.Mill Valley HS
35Michael IgweRBFr.5-11210Houston, TexasFort Bend Travis HS
36Avery ParkerDBSo.5-9170Lenexa, Kan.Olathe Northwest HS
37Nick FrankDBSo.5-8170Grandview, Mo.Grandview HS
38Hayden JenkinsDBFr.5-9165Topeka, Kan.Washburn Rural HS
38Masaddiq MuhammedDBFr.5-11180Inkster, Mich.Harry S. Truman HS
39Cedric WilliamsDBJr.5-7143Grandview, Mo.Grandview HS
40McLain ClemensRBSr.5-10180Enid, Okla.Enid HS
41Bradyn Meyer
LBFr.5-11180Yukon, Okla. Yukon HS
42Eli StoutRBFr.5-9175Columbia, Mo.Columbia Rock Bridge HS
43Knute HoldenFBFr.5-10225Shawnee, Kan.Mill Valley HS
44Everett BashamLBFr.6-0210Aurora, Mo.Aurora HS
45Byron RoathDBJr.6-0175Kansas City, Kan.Independence CC
46Sean DriskillLBSo.6-0187Lee's Summit, Mo.Lee's Summit West HS
47Tucker PauleyLBJr.5-10200Grain Valley, Mo.Grain Valley HS
47Alec Bullimore
LBFr.6-1165St. Joseph, Mo.Mid Buchanan HS
48JT Tucker LBFr.5-10220Lamar, Mo.Lamar HS
49Luke TaylorRBFr.5-10205Leawood, Kan.Shawnee Mission East HS
49Troy PerimanTEFr.6-3235Gardner, Kan.Gardner-Edgerton HS
50Kharon Brown
LBSo.5-10240Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence HS
51Jacob ThomasLBFr.5-10215El Paso, TexasChapin HS
52Nick BeckerDESo.6-3248Eudora, Kan.Eudora HS
52Logan SchenckLBFr.6-0190Oklahoma City, Okla.Yukon HS
53Tandy HallLBFr.6-1200Oak Grove, Mo.Oak Grove HS
54Myron TiptonDLJr.6-1255Overland Park, Kan.Olathe East HS
55Blake Winslow
LBFr.5-11215Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
56Sam WescottLBSo.6-0203Wichita, Kan.Kapuan Mt. Carmel HS
57Sheldon JacksOLJr.6-1291Lakeside, Ariz.Blue Ridge HS
57Sawyer Meese
OLFr.6-2295Independence, Mo.Archbishop O'Hara HS
58Sione MaumauDLFr.5-11240Highland Ranch,Colo.Valor Christian HS
59Daniel SumlerLS/OLJr.5-10230Anderson, Mo.McDonald County HS
60Greg SnellOLSo.6-4260Eudora, Kan.Eudora HS
61Jace HaleOLFr.6-0280St. Robert, Mo.Waynesville HS
62Cale NiederOLJr.6-1245Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
63Travis RayDLJr.6-0307Peculair, Mo.Raymore-Peculiar HS
64Jarrod Kaup
OLSo.6-1260Eudora, Kan.Eudora HS
64Austin ShroutOLFr.6-0260Blue Springs, Mo.Blue Springs HS
65Alex EkinsOLSo.6-2295Boise, IdahoCapital HS
66Tanner ClarkOLJr.6-1265Holton, Kan.Holton HS
66Tyler SheppardDLSo.5-10262Locust Grove, OklaLocust Grove HS
67Levi BlaylockOLSo.6-0265Newton, Kan.Newton HS
68Matthew Holland
DESr.5-11254Erie, Kan.Erie HS
69Ryan Powe OLSo.6-6298El Paso, TexasFranklin HS
70Kyle Wittman
OLFr.6-1280Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence HS
71Jarred FrommOLSo.6-1290Newton, Kan.Newton HS
72Jess WestmorelandOLJr.6-2295Hutchinson, Kan.Hutchinson CC
73Parks BoeschenOLSo.6-4260Columbia, Mo.Columbia Rock Bridge HS
74Michael LisherOLSr.6-3298Lawrence, Kan.Washburn University
74Damon GebhardtOLFr.6-2290Sparks, Nev.Reed HS
75Jesse AustinOLJr.6-5315Baldwin City, Kan.Baldwin City HS
76Justin McCandlessOLSr.6-3299Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
76Clay SearsDLFr.5-11255Independence, Kan.Independence HS
77Mac YustOLFr.6-0285Seneca, Mo.Seneca HS
78Nadir ZayyadDLSo.6-1265Overland Park, Kan.Blue Valley West HS
80Colter Schacher
TESr.6-1237Harrisonville, Mo.Archie R-V HS
81Jeremy ImmenschuhWRJr.5-10182Perry, Kan.Perry-Lecompton HS
81Samuel Clemens
WRFr.5-8165Enid, Okla.Enid HS
82Jaylen Rose
WRFr.6-0215Austin, Texas
Lyndon B. Johnson HS
83Jesse Mathews
WRSo.6-1175Edmond, Okla.Edmond North HS
84Adam NovakDESo.6-2230Leavenworth, Kan.Bishop Miege HS
84Dylan GoodTEFr.6-3200Amsterdam, Mo.Miami R-1 HS
85Clarence ClarkWR/KSo.5-10190Phoenix, Ariz.Brophy Prep HS
85Morgan RothTEFr.6-2220Osawatomie, Kan.Osawatomie HS
86Birdsong WarrenWRFr. 6-2175Lee's Summit, Mo.Lee's Summit West HS
87Connor StremelWRSr.6-1180Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
87Trey McGuire
TESo.6-2220Ashland, Mo.Southern Boone County HS
88Aundre AllenWRSr.5-10183Lawrence, Kan.Free State HS
89Michael ThomasonWRJr.6-2197Independence, Mo.St. Mary's HS
90Ryan HicksDESo.6-1191De Soto, Kan.De Soto HS
91Andre JollyDESr.6-0225Gardner, Kan.Butler CC
92Rolando PerezKSo.5-11216El Paso, TexasClint HS
93Matt Maumalanga
DLSo.6-1260Wichita, Kan.Andover HS
93Loic Vaugirard
DLFr.6-3250Los Angeles, Calif.Cathedral HS
94Thomas ShefeltonLSSr.6-0198Junction City, Kan.Dodge City CC
95Joshua SeybertTESo.6-1205Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence HS
96Nick ShondellDLSo.5-11245Roeland Park, Kan.Bishop Miege HS
96Devon BrownDEFr.6-4230Sicklerville, N.J.Winslow Township HS
97Josh KockDLFr.6-0260Concordia, Mo.Concordia HS
98Abram GarciaKFr.6-4235Freeport, TexasBrazosport HS
99Ben SeybertDEJr.6-2215Lawrence, Kan.Lawrence HS
*17Preston RandolphDBSr.6-1193Lawrence, Kan.Coffeyville CC
*42Matt BushLBFr.6-1210Columbia, Mo.Columbia Rock Bridge HS
*95Tyrell Everett DLSr.6-1263Topeka, Kan.Butler CC

 *indicates red-shirt player

 

 

Monday, 16 July 2012 19:12

Terry Zerr

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ZerrTerry Zerr

Position: Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

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Phone: 785.594.8422

Terry Zerr, known as Coach Z brings enthusiasm, coaching experience and knowledge of the Heart of America Athletic Conference to Coach Dooley’s staff. Zerr, beginning his 14th season at BU, originally joined the Wildcat staff under longtime head coach Rick Weaver from 1997 to 2001 and returned for his second stint at the start of the 2004-2005 season.

The Hays, Kansas native began his coaching career at Eudora High School, where he served as the head boys basketball coach from 1990-1997. Between his two Baker stints, Coach Z served as an assistant coach for Mike Jeffers at Johnson County Community College, in the highly respected Jayhawk Junior College Conference.

As the top assistant, Coach Zerr will handle scouting, practice and game planning, player development, and coordinate recruiting efforts. He also will serve as a student-athlete mentor for the Wildcat basketball program.

Zerr has a bachelor’s degree from Fort Hays State University and a master’s degree from the University of Kansas.

Monday, 16 July 2012 18:40

Allyssa King

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KingAllyssa King

Position: Head Cheer Coach

Phone: 785.594.4556

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Allyssa King enters her third year as the Head Cheer Coach at Baker University. During her first year, King led the Wildcats to a third-place finish in the HAAC Co-ed competition.

In 2013, Baker Baker finished second in the small coed cheer competition to Missouri Valley and second in the mascot division and helped the Spirit Squad capture the overall HAAC Championship banner. 

King was a member of the Baker Cheerleading program from 2004-2008, where she served as the captain for two years. In 2008, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from Baker and currently works for the American Royal as the Event Coordinator for Equine Events.

Thursday, 12 July 2012 10:58

Lynn Bott

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BottLynn Bott, MS, LAT, ATC

Position: Director of Sports Medicine

Phone: 785.594.8424

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Lynn Bott has been a certified athletic trainer since 1976. Before joining the Baker staff in 2005, he served The University of Kansas, first as an assistant athletic trainer under legendary Dean Nesmith for eight years, and then the director of athletic training services through 2004.

Bott has been involved professionally at the state, district and national levels. He has served as President of the Kansas Athletic Trainers’ Society and the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association and served on the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Board of Directors as the District 5 Director.

Bott was awarded the KATS Outstanding Service Award in 2000, Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association in 2005, inducted in the Kansas Athletic Trainer’s Society Hall of Fame 2006, inducted in the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2009, awarded the 2009 NAIA Athletic Trainer of the Year, inducted in the University of Kansas Athletic Training Hall of Fame 2009, inducted in the NATA Hall of Fame in 2010 and inducted in the ESU HPER Alumni Hall of Fame in 2011.

A native of Dighton, Kan., Bott graduated from Emporia State University in 1975. He received his Master’s Degree in physical education specializing in athletic training from the University of Arizona in 1976. He and wife, Debbie, married now 38 years, have resided in Lawrence, Kan., for 36 years. Lynn and Debbie are the proud parents of two children, Mindi and Jason. Mindi currently resides in Manhattan, Kan., with her husband Brian Kastning and their children Lilian, Nicholas, Ericson, and Analee. Jason currently resides in Baldwin City, Kan., with his wife, Heather.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012 16:45

Logos

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Logos

Orange is the official color for the Baker WIldcats. Each team has the option to accent with either black or navy.

The following teams official colors are Orange & Black:

- Baseball

- Bowling

- Cross Country M&W

- Football

- Track & Field

- Wrestling

The following teams official colors are Orange & Navy:

- Basketball M&W

- Golf M&W

- Soccer M&W

- Softball

- Tennis M&W

- Volleyball

Monday, 02 July 2012 16:54

Jimmy May

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MayJimmy May

Position: Head Wrestling Coach

Phone: 785.594.4525

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A veteran wrestling coach from Nevada and Missouri, Jimmy May joined the Baker staff in 2008 to develop Wildcats' wrestling program, which began competition in the fall of 2009. In the program's first two seasons, the Wildcats compiled an 11-0 in dual record, finished second in the Kansas Cup, third in the Central Region and 16th in the NAIA National Championships, which qualified them for the prestigious NWCA Cliff Keen National Dual Championships. In the 3rd year of the program, Baker Wresting finished 9th in the NAIA rankings and had 4 NAIA All-Americans, increasing the All-American total to 6 wrestlers in the span of just 3 seasons.

May served the Clark County (Nevada) School District from 1977 to 2008 as athletic director, dean, teacher and coach. He coached in the Nevada high school system for 31 years, along with a two-year stint as an assistant wrestling coach at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As a head wrestling coach at Eldorado High School, May's teams won 18 (4A) Regional Championships and 10 (4A) Nevada State Championships. He coached 63 individual state champions and 19 high school All-Americans. His historic run of state championships has been highlighted as the "Dynasty in the Desert," and the wrestling facility at Eldorado High School is named in his honor. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Wrestling Coaches Association. In 2009 Coach May was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (Nevada Chapter) and Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame.

May is a cum laude graduate from the University of Central Missouri and earned his master's degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. May was a two-time MIAA Champion and a member of the University of Central Missouri Wrestling Hall of Fame. Coach May is the father of three children, April, Danny and Heidi.

Monday, 02 July 2012 14:40

Jerry Aligo

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AligoJerry Aligo

Position: Assistant Football Coach - Defensive Line

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Jerry Aligo enters his twelfth consecutive season at Baker, but his history as a Baker coach dates to the Charlie Richard era. Aligo coached at Baker from 1988 to 1991 before serving as head coach for 15 years at McLouth High School and an assistant at Baldwin High for two years. He rejoined the Baker staff in 2002 and is a teacher at McLouth High School. The New Jersey native was an All-Conference and All-District 10 performer at defensive tackle for McPherson College in 1977.

Aligo's experience and knowledge of the game makes him a great asset to the Wildcat football program. Since joining Coach Grossner’s staff in 2003, he has been instrumental in the development of several All-American and All-Conference defensive linemen. During Aligo’s time at Baker, the Wildcat front four has continuously ranked as one of the top defensive units in the country.

He and his wife, Linn, have two adult children, Scott and Tony.

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