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CARISSA ALIG SENIOR METAMORA, Ill.

2012 SOFTBALL ROSTER

EUREKA COLLEGE 2012 SOFTBALL ROSTER

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Name Caty Eeten Amanda Murphy Sarah Ackermann Heather Flanigan Karson Gragert Jessica Beck Courtney Crone Carissa Alig Sara Hamilton Emily Campbell Ashley Segerstrom Jaylynn Stewart Sarah Jesse Jackie Nauracy Tanisha Geiman Kelli Dunne Taylor Newby

Cl. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Pos. OF/P IF UT OF P/OF OF/IF UT IF OF/IF IF/C OF IF P/IF OF UT IF OF

B/T S/R R/L R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R

Ht. 5-9 5-4 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-9 5-2 6-0 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-10 5-2

Hometown Eureka, Ill. Manteno, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Streator, Ill. Georgetown, Ill. Wilmington, Ill. Streator, Ill. Metamora, Ill. Washington, Ill. Pontiac, Ill. LeRoy, Ill. Taylorville, Ill. Mackinaw, Ill. Schererville, Ind. Beach Park, Ill. Peoria, Ill. Lindenhurst, Ill.

High School/Previous School Eureka/Illinois Central Manteno Affton Fieldcrest Georgetown-Ridge Farm Wilmington Woodland Metamora Washington/Illinois Central Pontiac LeRoy Taylorville Bloomington Marian Catholic Zion-Benton Richwoods/Illinois Central Lakes

Head Coach: Stacey Sparks (Millikin ‘92), 4th season Assistant Coaches: Sara Eggleston (Culver-Stockton ‘08), 2nd season; Brittany Gardner (Eureka ‘09), 3rd season

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EUREKA COLLEGE 2012 SOFTBALL SCHEDULE Opponent

Location

Time

!vs. Robert Morris-Springfield !vs. Suffolk !vs. Lycoming !vs. Arcadia !vs. Suffolk !vs. Lycoming !vs. Philadelphis Biblical !vs. Arcadia at North Park (DH) *WESTMINSTER (DH) MONMOUTH (DH) KNOX (DH) *WEBSTER (DH)

North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. North Myrtle Beach, S.C. Chicago, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Eureka, Ill.

at Beloit (DH) *at Greenville (DH) *at Fontbonne (DH) *MacMURRAY (DH) *PRINCIPIA (DH) RUST (DH) *at Blackburn (DH) *at Spalding (DH) ROBERT MORRIS-SPRINGFIELD (DH) at Franklin

Beloit, Wis. Greenville, Ill. St. Ann, Mo. Eureka, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Eureka, Ill. Carlinville, Ill. Louisville, Ky. Eureka, Ill. Franklin, Ind.

#at SLIAC Tournament #at SLIAC Tournament #at SLIAC Tournament

TBA TBA TBA

10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 5 p.m. Noon 3 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

All times Central and subject to change HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game ! -- National Collegiate Sports Invitational (North Myrtle Beach, S.C.) # -- If necessary

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Career Record Record at Eureka Alma Mater Office Phone Assistant Coaches Sara Eggleston (Culver-Stockton ‘08) Brittany Gardner (Eureka ‘09)

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TEAM INFORMATION Stacey Sparks 33-55 (.375) Same Millikin ‘92 (309) 467-6370 2nd season 3rd season

Letterwinners Returning/Lost Pitchers Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost 2012 Newcomers Conference Year Joined All-Time Record 2011 SLIAC Record Website

8/10 3/1 6/3 9 St. Louis Intercollegiate 2007 32-43 7-9 sliac.org

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Date MARCH 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 21 24 25 28 31 APRIL 1 4 6 11 14 15 18 21 25 28 MAY TBA TBA TBA

HEAD COACH STACEY SPARKS

STACEY SPARKS HEAD COACH MILLIKIN ‘92 FOURTH SEASON Stacey Sparks will enter her fourth season as head coach of the Eureka College softball program in 2012. The former NCAA Division III softball standout has used effective recruiting and groundbreaking statistical performances from her student-athletes to make the Red Devils a regular contender in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference softball landscape.

SPARKS AT A GLANCE EDUCATION B.A., Communications, Millikin University, 1992

The Red Devils have enjoyed success in terms of wins and losses COACHING EXPERIENCE as well as offensive numbers under Sparks’s watch. The 2011 Red Head Coach, Eureka College (2009-Present) Devils belted 12 home runs in only 28 games to break the singleYouth Basketball/Softball Coach, Lincoln/Bloomington (1995-08) season team record for the second consecutive spring. Eureka Assistant Coach, Lincoln Land Community College Women’s Basketball (1991-94) has also been effective in the pitching circle for Sparks, as the Red Devils set a new single-season mark for strikeouts with 142. PLAYING EXPERIENCE The crown jewel of Sparks’s tenure so far has been the 2010 campaign. Eureka’s nine conference victories were its highest total during its four-year membership of the SLIAC and the most league wins in any season since the Red Devils won 11 Northern IllinoisIowa Conference (NIIC) games and qualified for the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2002. The Red Devils continued their success against conference opponents at the SLIAC Tournament, routing Greenville 13-5 in an elimination game on May 6 to become the third Eureka squad (men’s basketball, 2007, 2010) to win a SLIAC postseason contest since the Red Devils joined the nine-team league prior to the 2006-07 academic year.

Millikin University (1990-91) Illinois Central College (1988-89) In addition to her own collegiate playing success and coaching duties at Eureka, Sparks has continued to be very active in athletics. She has coached basketball at West Lincoln Junior High School and was an assistant coach for Lincoln Land Community College. She has coached various YWCA and summer youth basketball and softball teams and spent two years coaching youth softball in Bloomington-Normal. When she is not coaching, Sparks is a commercial underwriter for Country Insurance.

Sparks has proved to be an excellent recruiter during her tenure at Eureka. She has successfully welcomed 22 new student-athletes to the program since the summer of 2010, two of which have earned All-SLIAC honors. The Lincoln, Ill. native also enjoyed a wildly successful collegiate softball career at Division III Millikin in Decatur, Ill. After transferring from Illinois Central, Sparks compiled a school-record .467 batting average (56-for-120) en route to being named the College Conference of Illinois Wisconsin (CCIW) South Division Player of the Year and leading the Big Blue to the CCIW title as a junior in 1990. She also smashed 10 home runs, a Millikin record that still stands and the most by any Division III player that season, and was named to the Division III All-America First Team. She hit .407 and set another single-season school record with 14 doubles to earn All-America Second Team accolades as a senior. Sparks was the first player in Millikin softball history to hit .400 or better in back-to-back seasons. Sparks, who also played basketball at Millikin, earned a communications degree from MU in 1992 and was inducted into the Millikin athletics Hall of Fame in 2007.

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SARA EGGLESTON

BRITTANY GARDNER

CULVER-STOCKTON ‘08 SECOND SEASON

EUREKA ‘09 THIRD SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH

A member of the Eureka College softball team in 2007 and 2008 and one of the most accomplished players in Eureka women’s basketball history, Brittany Gardner will enter her third season on the Eureka softball coaching staff in 2011.

A four-year pitcher at Culver-Stockton in Canton, Mo., Eggleston was a three-time All-Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) choice for the Wildcats, including a First Team selection as a junior in 2007. Eggleston led the Wildcats that season with 16 victories, 183.2 innings pitched, 126 strikeouts and a 1.94 earned run average, while opposing batters hit just .230 against her.

Gardner’s first season as an assistant coach on the Eureka staff produced ground-breaking results, including the Red Devils’ first St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament berth since joining the league prior to the 2007 season. Eureka also smashed what was then a school-record 11 home runs in 2010 and improved its single-season totals in batting average, runs The Memphis, Mo. native compiled a 40-31 career record in 92 scored, slugging percentage, total appearances, including 72 starts. She struck out 322 batters on-base percentage and in 496.2 innings pitched and concluded her four-year career in fielding percentage. The Red 2008 with a 2.75 earned run average. The Wildcats won 98 games Devils went on to break the in Eggleston’s four seasons. team home run record again in 2011 with 12 homers. Additionally, Eggleston is in her second year as Eureka’s first fulltime assistant athletic trainer. She earned a B.S. in athletic training During her two-year softball from Culver-Stockton in May 2008. career, Gardner started all 61 games for the Red Devils, She later served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the collecting 23 hits, 19 runs, nine softball and spirit teams at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar runs batted in and four stolen Falls, Iowa, earning a master of science degree in athletic training bases. in July 2010. On the basketball court, Gardner left Eureka as the program’s all-time leader with 149 3-point baskets. She also holds the single-game school record, burying eight treys at Principia on Jan. 23, 2007. Gardner ranks eighth all-time on the all-time Eureka scoring list with 1,075 points and 10th on the alltime assist list with 206. Gardner was a Second Team All-SLIAC choice in 2008. A native of Mooresville, Ind., Gardner earned a degree in fitness leadership from Eureka College in 2009.

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ASSISTANT COACHING STAFF

Former NAIA pitching standout Sara Eggleston will enter her second season on the Eureka softball coaching staff. Eggleston will work primarily with the Eureka pitching staff.

ASSISTANT COACH

2012 OUTLOOK

The Eureka College softball team will enter its fourth season under head coach Stacey Sparks and look to return to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament in 2012. Eureka returns eight letterwinners, including a pair of all-conference outfielders, in its quest to earn its second postseason appearance since 2010. The Red Devils will turn to one of the most experienced players in program history for leadership in the infield, as Carissa Alig will make the move from shortstop to third base. Alig, who also excels in the classroom as a two-time academic All-American, has started 94 consecutive games since first donning a Eureka uniform in 2008. She is the active Eureka leader in nearly every offensive category and already ranks ninth in Eureka history with 30 bases on balls. Another Eureka senior will play a huge role in the heart of the Eureka lineup. Sara Hamilton is back in the EC outfield after an outstanding debut season that resulted in an All-SLIAC First Team selection. Hamilton smashed five home runs in 2011 to promptly race to fifth place on the all-time Eureka home run list. She also put up a .488 batting average and drove in 22 runs in one of the most productive offensive seasons in program history. Heather Flanigan rounds out Eureka’s three-player senior class. A defensive specialist in the outfield a year ago, the dual-sport student-athlete (soccer) will likely play a larger role in 2012.

continue to provide depth in the circle in 2012. Emily Campbell, one of nine multi-sport student-athletes (volleyball) on the roster, returns as Eureka’s catcher after making 26 starts as a freshman last spring. Campbell, who joined Alig as academic All-Americans in 2011, will give the Red Devils a dependable bat in the lineup and a consistent glove behind the plate. Manteno, Ill. native Amanda Murphy returns for the Red Devils at first base after a debut season in 2011 in which Murphy compiled a .264 batting average. Murphy, one of only two players on the roster to throw left-handed, is expected to continue her stay at first base this spring. Sophomore Jackie Nauracy rounds out Eureka’s eight-player group of returning letterwinners. The Schererville, Ind. native added women’s soccer to her student-athlete resume in 2011 and will provide depth in the Eureka outfield for the second consecutive season. A large collection of newcomers will bolster Eureka’s attack in 2012, as nine new student-athletes will join the program. The most accomplished newcomer for the Red Devils is former Illinois Central slugger Kelli Dunne, who will play second base in 2012. Dunne led NJCAA Division II in RBI as a sophomore last season, compiling 98 runs batted in for the powerhouse Cougars. Dunne, a junior, is the only three-sport student-athlete on the Eureka softball roster after also participating in volleyball and basketball in her first season on campus.

Veteran starting pitcher junior Sarah Jesse returns for her third collegiate season in 2012. Her 13 career victories already rank tied for 10th in program history, and she is poised to crack the top-10 in strikeouts and innings pitched before her collegiate career is done. The Red Devils will turn to Jesse as their clear ace Jaylynn Stewart also joins the Eureka softball program after throughout the 2012 season. transferring to Eureka College at semester break. She played a large role on the Eureka women’s basketball team that qualified Outfielder Caty Eeten headlines a group of three returning for the SLIAC Tournament in 2012 and will anchor the shortstop sophomore starters. The switch-hitter, who also stars on the position for the Red Devils this spring. Eureka women’s basketball team as the 2012 SLIAC Player of the Year, hit .314 out of the leadoff spot for the Red Devils last season and will continue to be a threat from that spot this season. Eeten also pitched 38.2 innings last season for the Red Devils and will

Senior infielder Carissa Alig (left) enters her final collegiate season after starting 94 consecutive games since her debut in 2008. Junior pitcher Sarah Jesse (right) enters her third collegiate season in 2012 as the active Eureka leader in every pitching category.

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After missing her freshman season with various injuries, sophomore Ashley Segerstrom will immediately improve the Eureka outfield as she beings her collegiate softball career in 2012. Segerstrom joins Hamilton, Eeten, Stewart and Dunne as players who also participate in women’s basketball.

Tanisa Geiman, Karson Gragert, and Taylor Newby round out the freshman class for 2012. Gragert, who also plays volleyball at Eureka, was a two-time Female Athlete of the Year at Georgetown-Ridge Farm High School and will immediately improve Eureka’s pitching rotation this spring. She is also expected to contribute as an outfielder. Eureka will open the season in style, playing eight games during spring break as part of the National Collegiate Sports Invitational in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Red Devils will play two games each day beginning Monday, March 12 through Thursday, March 15. Upon returning to the Midwest, Eureka will open its 16-game St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schedule at home on Saturday, March 24 against Westminster. The Red Devils will also host Webster in the month of March on the 31st as part of the program’s “Pitch for Pink” breast cancer awareness event. The Red Devils will also play a non-conference doubleheader at North Park (March 21) and host Monmouth (March 25) and Knox (March 28) in the month of March. Eureka will make SLIAC doubleheader trips to Greenville (April 4), Fontbonne (April 6), Blackburn (April 18) and Spalding (April 21) during the second half of the season. The Red Devils will host league foes MacMurray (April 11) and Principia (April 14). The April schedule also includes non-conference showdowns against Beloit (April 1), Rust (April 15) Robert Morris-Springfield (April 25) and Franklin (April 28). The top four teams in the final SLIAC regular season standings, excluding NCAA Division III provisional member Spalding, will qualify for the double-elimination SLIAC Tournament in early May. The winner of that tournament will earn the SLIAC’s automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

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Batting Average Sara Hamilton Caty Eeten Amanda Murphy Emily Campbell Carissa Alig

.488 .314 .264 .235 .230

Runs Carissa Alig Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten Sara Hamilton Emily Campbell

45 20 17 16 12

Home Runs Sara Hamilton Caty Eeten Emily Campbell Sarah Jesse Amanda Murphy

5 2 1 1 1

Runs Batted In Carissa Alig Sara Hamilton Caty Eeten Sarah Jesse Amanda Murphy

27 22 13 13 11

Total Bases Carissa Alig Sara Hamilton Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten Emily Campbell Amanda Murphy

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Pitching Appearances Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten

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Innings Pitched Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten

Eureka returns six starters and eight letterwinners, including All-SLIAC choices Sara Hamilton and Caty Eeten, for 2012. The Red Devils will also welcome nine newcomers this season.

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176.2 38.2

Wins Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten

13 2

Strikeouts Sarah Jesse Caty Eeten

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2012 OUTLOOK

Five players will have freshman eligibility for the Red Devils in 2012, another large recruiting class for Sparks. Sarah Ackermann will give Sparks a versatile option after a decorated prep career at Affton High School in St. Louis. Courtney Crone, another utility player, also joined the program.

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS Games Played Carissa Alig Sarah Jesse Sara Hamilton Amanda Murphy Caty Eeten

CARISSA ALIG MEET THE RED DEVILS

SENIOR • INFIELD • 5-3 • R/R METAMORA, Ill. 15 METAMORA H.S. HONORS & AWARDS NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete: 2010, 2011 SLIAC All-Academic Team: Spring ‘10, Spring ‘11 Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Fall ‘09, Spring ‘10, Fall ‘10, Spring ‘11, Fall ‘11 Career Notes: Has started all 94 games for the Red Devils since the beginning of the 2009 season ... Ranks ninth in program history in walks (30) ... The active Eureka leader in games played (94), games started (94), at-bats (291), runs scored (45), walks (30), sacrifice hits (4), stolen bases (12) and assists (223). Junior (2011): Started all 28 games at shortstop ... Hit .185 with 11 runs scored and nine runs batted in ... Led the Red Devils with 12 walks ... Hit .389 (7-for-18) with five runs scored during a six-game hit streak from March 17 through April 3 ... Drove in four runs and drew three walks in a doubleheader sweep of Rust on March 15 ... Went 2-for-3, scored two runs and stole a base in a win over Principia on April 2 ... Scored a run and drove home another in a 2-for-2 showing against Greenville on May 2. Sophomore (2010): Started all 34 games, hitting .231 with 12 runs batted in ... Led the Red Devils and ranked third in the SLIAC with 81 assists ... Did not commit an error during the final nine games of the season ... Hit .409 (9-for-22) with two doubles during a six-game hit streak from March 31 through April 6 ... Hit from the leadoff spot 10 times ... Smacked a double and drove in three runs against Illinois-Springfield on March 23 ... Went 3-for-5 with a stolen base at Blackburn on March 31 ... Finished a doubleheader at Illinois College with 12 assists on April 6 ... Recorded a careerhigh four RBI and scored two runs in a 3-for-4 effort in a win at Greenville on April 14 ... Named to SLIAC All-Academic Team. Freshman (2009): Named Eureka’s Newcomer of the Year ... Started all 32 games ... Led the Red Devils with 102 at bats and 20 runs scored ... One of three players to hit a triple. Metamora High School: A prep third baseman, Alig helped the Redbirds to 27 victories and a share of the Mid-Illini Conference championship as a senior. Personal: The daughter of Wade and Angie Alig, Carissa was born March 24, 1990 in Metamora, Ill. ... Majoring in psychology.

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SARA HAMILTON

SENIOR • OUTFIELD • 5-8 • R/R MEET THE RED DEVILS

WASHINGTON, Ill. 16 WASHINGTON H.S./ILLINOIS CENTRAL HONORS & AWARDS Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Fall ‘11 All-SLIAC First Team: 2011 Junior (2011): Started all 28 games for the Red Devils, primarily in center field ... Hit a SLIAC-best .488 with five home runs and 22 runs batted in ... Named to the All-SLIAC First Team ... Led EC with an .800 slugging percentage, a .528 on-base percentage, 39 hits and six doubles ... Compiled a .528 batting average and a .582 on-base percentage in SLIAC games ... Hit safely in 23 out of 28 games ... Posted a .595 batting average with two homers and 11 RBI during a 14-game hit streak from March 17 through April 16 ... Clobbered her first Eureka home run against Rust on March 15 ... Went 7-for-8 with six RBI, three doubles, three runs scored, a triple and a homer in a doubleheader sweep of Principia on April 2 ... Smacked a triple in a 3-for-4 showing at Knox on April 13 ... Hit home runs in back-to-back games versus Westminster and Fontbonne on April 27-28 ... Went 5-for-7 in a SLIAC doubleheader against Spalding on April 30. Sophomore (2010): Hit .321 with three home runs and 25 RBI in 41 games for junior college Illinois Central ... Also recorded 23 runs scored and nine doubles ... Named to the NJCAA Region 24 AllRegion Tournament Team. Freshman (2009): Played in 35 games, hitting .314 with five home runs and 25 RBI for Illinois Central ... Recorded 20 runs scored and six doubles ... Helped the Cougars to an NJCAA Region 24 championship. Washington High School: A two-time All-Mid-Illini Conference First Team selection ... Named the Panthers’ most valuable player as a senior in 2008. Personal: The daughter of Jim and Carol Hamilton, Sara was born March 24, 1990 in Fulda, Germany ... Has a younger sister, Natalie (16) ... Started 50 games for the Eureka women’s basketball program from 2009 through 2011 ... Majoring in physical education.

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9 • HEATHER FLANIGAN

appearances of the season ... Recorded her first career hit and run scored at Texas-Dallas on March 9 ... Tossed a five-hit STREATOR, Ill. shutout to beat MacMurray on FIELDCREST H.S. March 27 for her first career pitching win ... Struck out a HONORS & AWARDS career-high eight at Blackburn on March 31 ... Went 2-for-3 with a Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Spring ‘11 double and two RBI in a win at Greenville on April 14 ... Allowed Junior (2011): Appeared in 11 games, earning six starting only two hits in a five-inning assignments as a defensive shutout victory against Principia specialist in the outfield ... Went on April 22 ... Allowed three 1-for-3 with a walk and four runs earned runs over 7.0 innings scored ... Collected her first pitched and went 2-for-4 with career hit, run, walk and RBI in her first collegiate home run in a win over Rust on March 15 Eureka’s SLIAC Tournament win ... Set a career-high with three over Greenville on May 6. Bloomington High School: Named putouts at Westminster on April to the All-Area team by the Bloomington Pantagraph ... Chosen 27. Fieldcrest High School: as a scholar-athlete. Personal: The daughter of Ed and Jane Helped the Knights to 27 wins Jesse, Sarah was born Sept. 7, 1989 in Chatham, Ill. ... Majoring in during her final two seasons business. ... Named Fieldcrest’s most improved player as a junior and senior. Personal: The daughter of Jeff and Karin Flanigan, Heather was born April 10, PONTIAC, Ill. 1990 in Streator, Ill. ... Has two PONTIAC H.S. siblings, Brock (27) and Trista (26) ... Started 15 matches as a senior for the Eureka women’s HONORS & AWARDS soccer team in 2011 ... Previously attended Elmhurst, playing two Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Fall ‘10, Spring ‘11, Fall ‘11 seasons of golf ... Majoring in communications. SLIAC All-Academic Team: Fall ‘11 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete: 2011

MEET THE RED DEVILS

SENIOR • OF • 5-2 • R/R

19 • EMILY CAMPBELL SOPHOMORE • C/IF • 5-9 • R/R

24 • SARAH JESSE

Freshman (2011): Started 26 games in her debut collegiate season between third base and catcher ... Hit .235 with a home MACKINAW, Ill. run and five runs batted in ... Added a double, triple and scored BLOOMINGTON H.S. 12 runs ... Led the Red Devils with five sacrifice hits ... Went HONORS & AWARDS 4-for-4 with a double and two runs scored against Rust Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Spring ‘10, Fall ‘11 on March 15 ... Finished a Sophomore (2011): Compiled a 6-8 record with a 4.03 earned SLIAC doubleheader against run average in 18 pitching appearances ... Threw a team-high MacMurray 4-for-6 with two 81.2 innings pitched ... Made 13 starts in the pitching circle ... Hit runs scored, two RBI, a double .256 with a pair of doubles and four RBI in 43 at-bats ... Allowed and triple on March 30 ... one earned run in 6.0 innings to earn her first win of the season Clubbed her first career home at MacMurray on March 30 ... Pitched back-to-back complete run at Monmouth on April game victories in a doublueheader sweep of Blackburn on April 6, 3. Pontiac High School: Hit including a three-hit shutout in the opener ... Struck out a season- .345 as a senior with a .485 high five and hit a double in a win at Knox on April 13 ... Went on-base percentage ... Led the 3-for-6 with a double, run scored and two RBI in a doubleheader Indians to 36 wins during her against Greenville on May 2. Freshman (2010): One of four Red varsity career. Personal: The Devils to start all 34 games, including 16 as the Red Devils’ pitcher daughter of Todd and Patsy ... Hit .211 with a home run, nine RBI and 16 runs scored as the Campbell, Emily was born Feb. Red Devils’ part-time first baseman ... Recorded a 7-9 record as 8, 1992 in Pontiac, Ill. ... Has a sister, Abby (16) ... Has appeared in a pitcher with a 5.16 earned run average in 95.0 innings pitched 27 matches as a member of the Eureka volleyball team since 2010 ... Lowered her ERA by more than two full runs in her final eight ... Majoring in education.

JUNIOR • P • 5-6 • R/R

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1 • CATY EETEN

SOPHOMORE • OF/P • 5-10 • S/R EUREKA, Ill. EUREKA H.S./ILLINOIS CENTRAL

3 • AMANDA MURPHY

SOPHOMORE • IF • 5-4 • R/L MANTENO, Ill. MANTENO H.S.

25 • JACKIE NAURACY

SOPHOMORE • OF • 5-7 • R/R

22 • ASHLEY SEGERSTROM SOPHOMORE • OF • 5-2 • L/L

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MEET THE RED DEVILS

Freshman (2011): Started all 28 games at first base in her first season of collegiate softball ... Finished the season with a .264 batting average, a home run and 11 RBI ... Added two doubles Eureka A.D. Honor Roll: Spring ‘11 and 10 runs scored ... Perfect on two stolen base attempts ... Hit All-SLIAC Honorable Mention: 2011 .387 (12-for-31) with runners in Freshman (2011): Started all 28 games between the outfield and scoring position ... Recorded her first career hit, run and RBI pitcher’s circle ... Received All-SLIAC Honorable Mention ... Hit against Rust on March 15 ...Hit .314 with two home runs and 13 RBI ... Shared the team lead her first career home run and with four stolen bases ... Posted a 2-4 record with a 4.16 ERA in drove in a career-high three eight appearances as a pitcher ... Tossed 38.2 innings ... Went 8-for-20 with runners in scoring position ... Hit .588 (10-for-17) with runs at MacMurray on March 30 ... Went 3-for-4 with a double two outs ... Singled in her first in a win at Principia on April 2 career at-bat versus Berry on ... Her 12 putouts at Knox on March 13 ... Went 4-for-4 with April 13 were a career-high a double, three runs scored ... Closed the season with a and two RBI while tossing a four-game hit streak. Manteno one-hit shutout for her first High School: An All-Interstate career pitching win against Rust on March 15 ... Smashed Eight Conference selection in 2010 ... A four-year varsity her first career home run and earned the victory in the circle starter, Murphy hit .417 as a senior with 34 RBI and a .994 at Principia on April 2 ... Went 5-for-8 with a homer and three fielding percentage ... Ranks 10th all-time at Manteno with a .320 career batting average. Personal: The daughter of Joe and Dawn RBI in a doubleheader at Knox on April 13 ... Matched a Murphy, Amanda was born April 2, 1992 in Kankakee, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Krystal (26) and Joey (21). career-high with six strikeouts against Fontbonne on April 28 ... Hit .357 during a fourgame hit streak to close the season. Eureka High School: Named to the Peoria Journal Star SCHERERVILLE, Ind. and Bloomington Pantagraph All-Area First Teams ... Participated MARIAN CATHOLIC H.S. in the Mizuno Super 60 Softball Classic ... Named to the AllFreshman (2011): Made her collegiate debut against Rust on Cornbelt Conference First Team in 2009 and 2010 ... Ranks March 15 ... Had two plate appearances. Personal: The daughter among the IHSA all-time single-season leaders in hits (84, second) of Joseph and Cheryl Nauracy, Jackie was born March 20, 1992 in and batting average (.672, fifth) ... Ranks fifth all-time in IHSA Hammond, Ind. ... Has two siblings, Kayleigh (21) and Adam (16) history with a .621 career batting average ... Recorded a hit in ... Also a member of the Eureka women’s soccer team, starting all 39 consecutive games, the third-longest streak in IHSA history ... 17 matches for the Red Devils in 2011 ... Majoring in psychology. Set Eureka single-season school records in 2010 in at-bats (125), batting average (.672), hits (84), home runs (3), and runs scored (53). Personal: The daughter of Pat and Jane Grisham and Ron and Deb Eeten, Caty was born July 14, 1992 in Peoria, Ill. ... Has two brothers, A.J. (24) and Nick (22) ... Caty’s older brother, LeROY, Ill. Nick, played baseball at Eureka College in 2009 and 2010 ... Has LeROY H.S. appeared in 43 games for the Eureka women’s basketball team LeRoy High School: Helped LeRoy to a school-record 16 wins since the 2010-11 season ... Chosen as the 2012 SLIAC women’s and a third-place finish in the Heart of Illinois Conference as basketball Player of the Year ... Named the SLIAC Newcomer of a junior in 2009 ... Scored 14 runs and earned All-Academic the Year and the D3hoops.com Central Region Rookie of the Year accolades from the Heart of Illinois Conference in 2010. Personal: in 2011 ... Attended one semester at Illinois Central as a member The daughter of Scott and Kathy Segerstrom, Ashley was born of the softball team. Sept. 18, 1991 in LeRoy, Ill. ... Has three siblings, Jennifer (20), Samantha (16) and Danielle (15) ... Majoring in biology ... Also a member of the Eureka women’s basketball team and the Eureka student athletic training staff.

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31 • KELLI DUNNE

13 • COURTNEY CRONE

PEORIA, Ill. RICHWOODS H.S./ILLINOIS CENTRAL

STREATOR, Ill. WOODLAND H.S.

Sophomore (2011): Played in 52 games for NJCAA Illinois Central in East Peoria, Ill. ... Led the nation with 98 RBI ... Finished the campaign with 14 home runs and a .412 batting average ... Also clubbed 14 doubles and scored 33 runs. Freshman (2010): Made 37 appearances for ICC, compiling a .336 batting average with seven home runs and 29 RBI. Richwoods High School: A fouryear varsity starter for the Knights ... Received All-State Second Team accolades ... Named to the All-Mid-State 6 Conference Team four times ... A two-time choice for The Peoria Journal Star AllArea squad, including a First Team selection as a senior in 2009. Personal: The daughter of Mike & Pam Dunne, Kelli was born Aug. 5, 1990 in San Diego, Calif. ... Has two siblings, Jordan (18) and Ryan (16) ... Majoring in business ... Appeared in 25 matches for the Eureka volleyball team in 2011, compiling 158 kills, 179 digs and 11 service aces in 20 starting assignments ... Also a member of the Eureka women’s basketball squad, playing in seven games during the 2011-12 season.

Woodland High School: Started as a junior and senior for the Warriors ... Hit .316 with 12 RBI and five doubles as a senior in 2011 ... Helped Woodland to 19 wins and a Tri-County Conference title as a junior in 2010. Personal: The daughter of Myron and Lori Crone, Courtney was born Feb. 15, 1993 in Streator, Ill. ... Has two siblings, Lezli (26) and Dustin (23) ... Majoring in business.

23 • JAYLYNN STEWART

FRESHMAN • P/OF • 5-7 • S/R

MEET THE RED DEVILS

JUNIOR • IF • 5-10 • R/R

FRESHMAN • UT • 5-6 • R/R

30 • TANISHA GEIMAN

FRESHMAN • UT • 5-8 • R/R BEACH PARK, Ill. ZION-BENTON H.S.

Personal: The daughter of James and Kim Geiman, Tanisha was born Aug. 12, 1994 in Waukegan, Ill. ... Has four siblings, Kris (23), Riley (17), Tyanna (15) and Tyler (11) ... Majoring in business.

10 • KARSON GRAGERT GEORGETOWN, Ill. GEORGETOWN RIDGE-FARM H.S.

JUNIOR • IF • 6-0 • R/R TAYLORVILLE, Ill. TAYLORVILLE H.S.

Georgetown Ridge-Farm High School: A four-year varsity starter, serving as the Buffaloes’ captain for her final three seasons ... Hit .254 in 2011 with 12 runs scored and pair of doubles ... Tossed Taylorville High School: A three-time All-Central State 8 Conference honoree ... Owns the Taylorville career record in stolen 44.0 innings and won three games as a pitcher as a senior ... Chosen as G-RF’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2010 and 2011. bases ... Also set single-season school records in walks (26) Personal: The daughter of Amanda Gragert, Karson was born and on-base percentage (.650) ... Received All-Area Honorable Feb. 8, 1993 in Mount Vernon, Ill. ... Majoring in biology ... Also a Mention. Personal: The daughter of Vicki Stewart, Jaylynn was member of the Eureka volleyball team, appearing in 14 matches for born June 30, 1991 in Decatur, Ill. ... Has four siblings, Jami the Red Devils in 2011. (33), Jana (31), Julie (29) and Darrius (24) ... Majoring in athletic training ... Also a member of the Eureka women’s basketball team ... Previously played two seasons of basketball at Illinois State in Normal, Ill.

32 • TAYLOR NEWBY FRESHMAN • OF • 5-7 • S/R LINDENHURST, Ill. LAKES H.S.

6 • SARAH ACKERMANN FRESHMAN • UT • 5-7 • R/R ST. LOUIS, Mo. AFFTON H.S. Affton High School: Earned an All-Suburban East Conference Second Team selection, helping the Cougars to a league title as a senior in 2011 ... A three-year varsity starter and hit .269 with 12 runs scored, 11 RBI and a pair of doubles during her senior season ... Led the Cougars to an MSHSAA Class 3, District 4 title in 2010 and an appearance in the District 3 championship game in 2011. Personal: The daughter of Karen Ackermann and Mike Ackermann, Sarah was born Oct. 2, 1992 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Has one siblings, Nick (22) ... Majoring in theater.

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Lakes High School: Started three seasons at Lakes, helping the Eagles to 20 victories in 2011 ... Put together a .273 batting average, .392 on-base percentage and .450 slugging percentage as a senior ... Also scored eight runs with five doubles and seven RBI ... Received the Lakes Softball Sportsmanship Award in 2011. Personal: The daughter of Thomas and Frances Newby, Taylor was born April 10, 1993 in Antioch, Ill. ... Has one sibling, Thomas (19) ... Majoring in elementary education.

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EUREKA CAREER RECORDS SINCE 1991

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TRIPLES Minda Sylvester Jami Larson Sarah Taylor Mindy Daily Jacquie Bruell Emily Forbes Tina Sharp Molly Hardesty Four players

17 15 14 12 11 10 9 8 8

HOME RUNS 1. Cathy Kalnicky 2. Tina Sharp Minda Sylvester Tomi Tapper 5. Mollie Springer Sara Hamilton 7. Lauren Kao Jill Lindstrom 9. Three players

13 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3

Active Leader: Sara Hamilton, 2 WALKS Stephanie Mullens Minda Sylvester Allyson Carter Emily Forbes Toni Mullens Jill Doty Tina Sharp Jill Lindstrom 9. Carissa Alig 10. Amy Scammahorn

57 49 47 40 38 36 35 35 30 22

WINS Tina Sharp Donita Williams Jen Weber Kendra Hartley Amy Mulvaney Angie Ballance 7. Kelsey Brandt Nancy Pletsch 9. Becky Wright 10. Two players

45 43 37 34 28 28 22 22 17 13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RUNS BATTED IN SACRIFICES 1. Jami Larson 108 1. Stefanie Dalenberg 44 2. Cathy Kalnicky 103 2. Jaci Cross 40 3. Allyson Carter 96 3. Amy LeMaster 27 4. Sarah Taylor 94 4. Mindy Daily 25 5. Tina Sharp 89 5. Gail Elbert 24 6. Kris Kistler 84 Emily Forbes 24 7. Stephanie Mullens 83 7. Molly Hardesty 22 8. Minda Sylvester 68 8. Jacquie Bruell 20 9. Mindy Daily 65 9. Natalie Lardi 19 10. Jill Lindstrom 60 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, 27 Active Leader: Three players, 5

STOLEN BASES EARNED RUN AVERAGE INNINGS PITCHED Jacquie Bruell 68 1. Jen Weber 1.44 1. Donita Williams 457.1 Sarah Taylor 49 2. Donita Williams 1.79 2. Tina Sharp 404.0 Minda Sylvester 37 3. Tina Sharp 2.11 3. Kendra Hartley 374.0 Gail Elbert 36 4. Kelli Gillett 2.19 4. Kelsey Brandt 373.1 Allyson Carter 32 5. Amy Mulvaney 2.28 5. Angie Ballance 363.1 Jami Larson 32 6. Angie Ballance 2.77 6. Amy Mulvaney 346.2 7. Emily Forbes 29 7. Kendra Hartley 2.84 7. Jen Weber 341.0 8. Stacey Tegard 26 8. Devon Sloan 2.96 8. Nancy Pletsch 331.1 9. Stephanie Mullens 22 9. Nancy Pletsch 3.23 10. Kris Kistler 21 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, 12 Active Leader: Caty Eeten, 4.16 Active Leader: Sarah Jesse, 176.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

STRIKEOUTS Donita Williams Kelsey Brandt Angie Ballance Tina Sharp Amy Mulvaney Kendra Hartley Jen Weber Nancy Pletsch Kelli Gillett

273 236 201 199 199 186 158 146 146

Active Leader: Sarah Jesse, 67

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SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS SINCE 1991 Wins Fewest Losses Batting Average Runs Scored Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Sacrifices Stolen Bases Fielding Percentage Assists Earned Run Average Innings Pitched Strikeouts

1990 1990 1996 1996 1996 1996 2001 2011 1996 2001 1993 2008 2004 1990 2000 2010

34 4 .358 310 385 77 25 12 232 69 82 .954 411 0.97 247.1 142

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BATTING AVERAGE (100 AB MIN.) RUNS SCORED HITS DOUBLES 1. Jami Larson .422 1. Allyson Carter 136 1. Allyson Carter 184 1. Allyson Carter 48 2. Cathy Kalnicky .403 2. Minda Sylvester 126 2. Jami Larson 163 2. Cathy Kalnicky 35 3. Mandy Neuman .396 3. Sarah Taylor 114 3. Sarah Taylor 155 3. Stephanie Mullens 32 4. Tina Sharp .390 4. Stephanie Mullens 109 4. Stephanie Mullens 149 4. Tina Sharp 30 5. Allyson Carter .371 5. Jacquie Bruell 92 5. Cathy Kalnicky 142 5. Jami Larson 27 6. Stephanie Mullens .365 Kris Kistler 92 6. Tina Sharp 137 6. Kris Kistler 21 7. Mollie Springer .363 Jami Larson 92 7. Minda Sylvester 127 Sarah Taylor 21 8. Jacquie Bruell .361 8. Gail Elbert 82 8. Jacquie Bruell 115 8. Mollie Springer 19 9. Sarah Taylor .349 9. Mindy Daily 72 Kris Kistler 115 9. Mandy Neuman 18 10. Kris Kistler .364 10. Jill Lindstrom 70 10. Mindy Daily 111 10. Three players 17 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, .230 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, 45 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, 67 Active Leader: Carissa Alig, 7

2011 IN REVIEW

2011 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS (10-18, 7-9 SLIAC) Date 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/6 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/2 5/2

Opponent #vs. Berry #at Rhodes %vs. Rust %vs. Rust at Belhaven at Belhaven ^at William Carey ^vs. Georgetown (Ky.) *at MacMurray *at MacMurray *at Principia *at Principia at Monmouth at Monmouth *Blackburn *Blackburn at Knox at Knox *at Webster *at Webster *at Westminster *at Westminster *&vs. Fontbonne *&vs. Fontbonne *Spalding *Spalding *Greenville *Greenville

Result L, 1-9 L, 0-10 W, 21-0 W, 14-0 L, 0-9 L, 0-8 L, 2-6 L, 8-9 W, 10-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-1 W, 11-3 L, 4-8 L, 0-9 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 3-11 L, 1-2 L, 0-11 L, 0-5 L, 5-13 L, 8-13 L, 1-3 L, 3-5 L, 3-8 W, 7-4 L, 5-6

Innings 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 6 7 7 6 7 5 7 7 (8) 6 7 5 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7

Overall Record SLIAC Record Pitcher of Record 0-1 --Cochran (0-1) 0-2 --Jesse (0-1) 1-2 --Doty (1-0) 2-2 --Eeten (1-0) 2-3 --Cochran (0-2) 2-4 --Jesse (0-2) 2-5 --Doty (1-1) 2-6 --Jesse (0-3) 3-6 1-0 Jesse (1-3) 4-6 2-0 Cochran (1-2) 5-6 3-0 Jesse (2-3) 6-6 4-0 Eeten (1-1) 6-7 --Cochran (1-3) 6-8 --Doty (1-2) 7-8 5-0 Jesse (3-3) 8-8 6-0 Jesse (4-3) 9-8 --Jesse (5-3) 9-9 --Cochran (1-4) 9-10 6-1 Jesse (5-4) 9-11 6-2 Jesse (5-5) 9-12 6-3 Jesse (5-6) 9-13 6-4 Eeten (2-1) 9-14 6-5 Jesse (5-7) 9-15 6-6 Eeten (2-2) 9-16 6-7 Jesse (5-8) 9-17 6-8 Eeten (2-3) 10-17 7-8 Jesse (6-8) 10-18 7-9 Eeten (2-4)

Attendance Time 85 1:40 100 1:15 50 1:42 50 1:20 75 1:14 75 1:06 120 1:40 75 1:51 30 1:30 30 1:30 40 1:30 25 1:30 50 1:24 50 1:10 105 1:11 105 1:15 75 1:05 75 1:20 95 1:30 95 1:30 25 1:15 25 1:30 100 1:46 100 1:10 100 1:37 100 1:22 85 1:37 100 2:03

* -- St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic conference game # -- Cici’s Pizza Spring Break Challenge (Memphis, Tenn.) % -- Game played in Memphis, Tenn. ^ -- William Carey Invitational (Hattiesburg, Miss.) & -- Game played in East Peoria, Ill. Overall: 10-18 • SLIAC: 7-9 • Home: 3-3 • Away: 5-11 • Neutral: 2-4

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS AVG GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB SLG%

A

E FLD%

Sara Hamilton

.488

28-28

80

16

39

6

2

5

22

64

.800

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO 8

0

10

0

.528

1

0

1-1

49

5

6

.900

Tomi Tapper

.344

28-28

90

18

31

6

2

3

22

50

.556

5

0

14

1

.379

0

1

0-0

49

63

3

.974

Caty Eeten

.314

28-28

86

17

27

1

0

2

13

34

.395

8

1

16

0

.375

1

2

4-4

28

18

1

.979

Carissa Alig

.185

28-28

81

11

15

0

0

0

9

15

.185

12

1

11

0

.295

1

3

4-5

48

52 10

.909

Less than 3.0 plate appearances per game 1-0

2

1

2

0

0

0

3

2

1.000

1

0

0

0

1.000

0

0

0-0

4

0

0 1.000

Corinne Graber

1-0

3

1

2

0

0

0

1

2

.667

0

0

0

0

.667

0

0

0-0

4

0

0 1.000

.667

Amy Scammahorn .400

7-5

10

5

4

1

0

0

1

5

.500

5

0

3

0

.600

0

0

1-1

0

0

0

.000

Kelsey Cochran .357

7-6

14

3

5

0

0

0

1

5

.357

0

0

3

0

.357

0

0

1-1

1

6

1

.875

Kaitlynn Cuevas .333

2-0

3

2

1

0

0

0

0

1

.333

1

0

1

0

.500

0

0

0-0

1

0

0 1.000

Heather Flanigan .333

11-6

3

4

1

0

0

0

1

1

.333

1

0

0

0

.500

0

0

0-0

5

0

0 1.000

Haylee Bruce

.286

Amanda Murphy .264

6-5

14

1

4

0

0

0

2

4

.286

1

0

1

0

.313

1

0

0-0

12

1

1

.929

28-28

72

10

19

2

0

1

11

24

.333

7

1

11

1

.338

0

3

2-2

165

12

4

.978

Sarah Jesse

.256

21-17

43

4

11

2

0

0

4

13

.302

3

0

11

0

.304

0

3

3-4

5

21

2

.929

Emily Campebll

.235

26-26

68

12

16

3

1

1

5

24

.353

10

0

16

0

.333

0

5

0-0

51

13

6

.914

Lauren Kao

.194

27-27

67

14

13

2

2

0

4

19

.284

11

2

20

0

.325

0

0

8-9

41

1

4

.913

Jill Doty

.182

27-25

66

4

12

0

0

0

12

12

.182

8

2

9

0

.289

0

2

1-1

21

32

8

.869

Sam Navritil

.000

4-0

4

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

.000

Jackie Nauracy

.000

1-0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

4

1

0 1.000

Ashley Unzicker .000

1-0

1

0

0

0

1

0

.000

1

1

0

0

.667

0

0

0-0

Totals

.285

28-28

709

124 202

23

7

12

112

275

.388

82

8

127

2

.364

4

19

25-28

488 225 46

.939

Opponents

.327

28-28

685

157 224

35

2

19

136

320

.467

88

14

55

1

.408

12 18

39-48

514 219 38

.951

LOB - Team (184), Opp (172). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (4). Picked off - Scammahorn 1. ERA

W-L

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

Sarah Jesse

4.03

6-8

APP GS 18

13

CG 10

SHO SV 1

0

81.2 103

IP

H

63

47

32

19

15

1

8

326

.316

9

9

0

8

13

Caty Eeten

4.16

2-4

8

7

5

1

0

38.2

43

23

18

18

15

0

3

182

.346

5

0

1

2

3

63

3B HR

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA

Less than 1.0 inning pitched per game Jill Doty

4.96

1-2

6

3

2

1

0

18.1

23

20

13

15

12

2

0

3

76

.303

2

0

0

0

1

Kelsey Cochran 8.46

1-4

5

5

2

0

0

24.0

35

31

29

23

6

3

1

5

101

.347

9

5

0

2

1

Totals

4.82

10-18

28

28

19

3

0

162.2 224 157

112

88

55

35

2

19

685

.327

25

14

1

12

18

Opponents

4.09

18-10

28

28

15

6

2

171.1 202 124

100

82

127

23

7

12

709

.285

26

8

2

4

19

PB - Team (9), Campbell 5, Bruce 4, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Campbell (24-31), Jesse (18-20), Eeten (11-13), Bruce (10-10), Doty (6-8), Cochran (4-7), Hamilton (5-6), Unzicker (0-1).

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3

9

10

13

CATY EETEN

AMANDA MURPHY

SARAH ACKERMANN

HEATHER FLANIGAN

KARSON GRAGERT

COURTNEY CRONE

SOPHOMORE EUREKA, Ill.

SOPHOMORE MANTENO, Ill.

FRESHMAN ST. LOUIS, Mo.

SENIOR STREATOR, Ill.

FRESHMAN GEORGETOWN, Ill.

FRESHMAN STREATOR, Ill.

15

16

19

22

23

24

CARISSA ALIG

SARA HAMILTON

EMILY CAMPBELL

ASHLEY SEGERSTROM

JAYLYNN STEWART

SARAH JESSE

SENIOR METAMORA, Ill.

SENIOR WASHINGTON, Ill.

SOPHOMORE PONTIAC, Ill.

SOPHOMORE LeROY, Ill.

JUNIOR TAYLORVILLE, Ill.

JUNIOR MACKINAW, Ill.

30

25

42

6

31

32

JACKIE NAURACY

TANISHA GEIMAN

KELLI DUNNE

TAYLOR NEWBY

SOPHOMORE SCHERERVILLE, Ind.

FRESHMAN BEACH PARK, Ill.

JUNIOR PEORIA, Ill.

FRESHMAN LINDENHURST, Ill.

STACEY SPARKS

SARA EGGLESTON

BRITTANY GARDNER

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