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2009 JMU Field Hockey

A Message from the Coach Welcome to JMU softball. As the Dukes’ first and only softball coach in our eight-year history, I am proud that JMU softball is recognized as one of the top programs in the conference and in our region. As the defending 2009 Colonial Athletic Association Champions, we continue to aspire to greater heights. I encourage you to consider JMU as an up-and-coming program on the national level. Facilities are a big indication of the university’s overall dedication to a program’s success and we are very fortunate here at JMU. This spring, we will open Veterans Memorial Park - the $9.5 million state of the art baseball and softball facility. The lighted complex has an extraordinary press box, pro style dugouts with restrooms, six pitching bullpens, two batting cages, a hitting practice area, ticket office, concessions, JMU apparel sales and separate bathrooms for baseball and softball fans. A complete indoor facility is adjacent to the stadium inside Memorial Hall. We have new coaches’ offices, locker rooms, a softball team room, strength and conditioning areas, indoor practice cages, athletic training room and a study hall area. All of the support areas for our student-athletes are in one building. James Madison University provides the opportunity to get a first-rate education and to play Division I athletics. Our players get to challenge themselves in the classroom and on the ball field against the nation’s best. They have a wonderful experience as students, as athletes and socially as an ‘every day’ college kid. I encourage you read through our guide and learn more about JMU and the Dukes softball program. People continue to be amazed at the beauty of our campus here in the Shenandoah Valley. Consider a visit to JMU to experience what makes us special. We have a truly unique environment here in Harrisonburg. I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to be a part of it and to call JMU my home. We are excited about the future of JMU softball and hope that you will join us for another exciting season. Go Dukes!

Coach Katie Flynn

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Athletes

This Is... JMU Soccer

Brittney Dyson

Shannon Moxey

Sr. Outfield Waldorf, Md./Thomas Stone

Redshirt Sr. First base Church Road, Va./Mills Godwin

- Second on the team in 2009 with 17 stolen bases. - Appeared and started in 50 of team’s 51 games last season. - Dean’s List.

- Second-team All-CAA last season. - Tied for the team lead with 12 doubles in 2009. - Has started a team-high 105 consecutive games. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 54/54 51/51 105/105

AB 188 163 351

R 25 21 46

H 52 53 105

2B 14 12 26

3B 2 3 5

HR RBI 2 22 0 16 2 38

SB BB SO 2-2 9 14 3-4 20 16 5-6 29 30

AVG. .277 .325 .299

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 49/40 48/42 50/50 147/132

AB 77 94 113 284

R 15 19 20 54

H 18 24 24 66

2B 4 1 1 6

3B 0 3 1 4

HR RBI SB BB SO 3 21 2-4 13 21 5 20 3-6 20 28 1 12 17-23 17 19 9 53 22-33 50 68

Courtney Simons Sr. Outfield Richmond, Va./Deep R un - Two-time All-CAA selection. - VaSID second-team all-state in 2009. - All-tournament team selection at the 2009 CAA Championships. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

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G/GS 54/53 54/54 48/47 156/154

AB 147 166 152 465

R 32 28 20 80

H 48 50 49 147

2B 4 7 10 21

3B 0 1 2 3

HR RBI SB BB SO 5 28 5-6 9 38 3 18 10-13 17 21 0 16 8-12 7 19 8 62 23-31 33 78

AVG. .327 .301 .322 .316

AVG. .234 .255 .212 .232

Kendra Johnson Sr. Outfield Virginia Beach, Va./Green Run - Appeared in 17 games, including four starts as a junior. - Two-time Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient. - Second-team All-Beach district at Green Run H.S. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 20/0 22/0 17/4 59/4

AB 1 1 5 7

R 11 6 5 22

H 0 0 2 2

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

SB BB SO 2-3 0 1 0-1 2 0 2-2 0 0 4-6 2 1

AVG. .000 .000 .400 .286

Chel’sea Ryan Sr. Outfield Sandston, Va./Henrico - Named the Dukes’ Most Improved Player in 2009. - All-tournament selection at 2009 CAA Championships. - Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient. Year G/GS 2007 22/0 2008 31/12 2009 48/48 Total101/60

AB 12 28 114 154

R 5 8 14 27

H 1 1 32 34

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 3 3

HR RBI SB BB SO 0 1 0-0 0 5 0 0 4-4 3 6 0 10 7-9 5 25 0 11 11-13 8 36

AVG. .083 .036 .281 .220

Brittney Lyddane Redshirt Jr. Utility Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park - Sat out last two seasons with injuries. - Started 54 games at second base as a freshman. - First-team Washington Post All-Extra as a junior Year 2007

G/GS 54/54

AB 165

R 34

H 46

2B 15

3B 2

HR RBI 1 20

SB BB SO 2-4 21 21

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AVG. .279

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Athletes

This Is... JMU Soccer Melissa Hill Jr. Shortstop Santee, Calif./Westhills - CAA All-Rookie team in 2008. - Started 40 games at shortstop as a freshman. - Two-time All-Grossmont League selection at Westhills High School. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 45/40 22/1 67/41

AB 90 9 99

R 14 7 21

H 18 3 21

2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI 1 4 0 0 1 4

SB BB SO 2-3 5 14 4-4 0 2 6-7 5 16

AVG. .200 .333 .212

Katie Spitzer Jr. Catcher/Utility Broadway, Va./Broadway - Tied for team-high with 12 doubles last season - Finished second on the team with three home runs in 2009. - 2007 Daily News-Record Utility Player of the Year. Year 2008 2009 Total

Lauren Robison Jr. Third B ase St. Leonard, Md./ Calvert - Appeared in 36 games, starting 17, in two seasons. - Commissioner’s Academic Award Recipient. - Three time All-SMAC selection at Calvert H.S. Year 2008 2009 Total

G/GS 28/16 8/1 36/17

AB 26 5 31

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R 3 3 6

H 4 2 6

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI 0 1 0 0 0 1

SB BB SO 0-0 5 12 0-1 2 2 0-1 7 14

AVG. .154 .400 .193

G/GS 39/27 45/41 84/68

AB 75 121 196

R 9 15 24

H 14 32 46

2B 3 12 15

3B 0 0 0

HR RBI 1 9 3 18 4 27

SB 1-1 6-7 7-8

BB SO 10 25 12 21 22 46

Heather Widner Jr. Pitcher Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Ready - Transfer from Morehead State University. - Appeared in eight games, starting four, in 2009. - Dean’s List. Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 2008* 27/0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 Year G/GS CG SHO IP H R ER ERA SO 2008* 3/0 0 0 4.0 3 0 0 0.00 5 2009 8/4 0 0 20.1 27 18 13 4.48 13 *at Morehead State

SB BB SO 2-4 0 0 BB W 2 0 17 0

AVG. .000 L PCT 0 .000 2 .000

AVG. .187 .264 .235

Ashley Burnham So. Shortstop Danvers, Mass./Danvers - CAA All-Rookie Team in 2009. - Started all 51 games at shortstop as a freshman. - Finished second on the team with 20 RBI. Year 2009

G/GS 51/51

AB 150

R 22

H 41

2B 7

3B 0

HR RBI 2 20

SB BB SO 6-7 12 18

AVG. .273

Michelle Clohan So. Second Base Ashburn, Va./Broad R un - Appeared in 24 games, including 13 starts, as a freshman. - Three-time Dulles District and Washington Post All-Extra selection. - Helped lead Broad Run High School to a 77-0 record from 2006-08 Year 2009

G/GS 24/13

AB 47

R 4

H 7

2B 3

3B 0

HR RBI 1 7

SB BB SO 0-0 3 13

AVG. .149

Gillian Giarrizzo So. Outfield Suffolk, Va./King’s Fork - Appeared in 13 games, including one start, as a freshman. - Two-time All-District selection at King’s Fork High School. - Member of 2008 USA Cup team. Year 2009

G/GS 13/1

AB 6

R 4

H 1

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 1

SB BB SO 0-0 1 2

AVG. .167

Casey Mansfield So. Utility Suffolk, Va./Isle of Wight Academy - Appeared in 13 games, including one start, as a freshman. - Hit a grand slam for her first career hit. - Helped lead Isle of Wight Academy to four state championships. Year 2009

G/GS 13/1

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AB 13

R 2

H 3

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 1 8

SB BB SO 0-0 1 4

AVG. .231

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Athletes Caitlen Manning So. Utility Prince George, Va./Prince George - Appeared in 11 games, including four starts, as a freshman. - VHSCA All-Star. - Virginia Group AAA first-team All-state selection. Year 2009

G/GS 11/4

AB 21

R 1

H 4

2B 1

3B 0

HR RBI 0 5

SB BB SO 0-0 1 5

AVG. .190

Lori Botkin Fr. Outfield Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park - First-team All-Cedar Run District selection. - First-team All-State. - Northwest Region co-Player of the Year.

Kaitlyn Barbour Jasmine Butler Fr. Outfield Winter Garden, Fla./West Orange - 2009 District MVP. - Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-Star. - Two-time All-Metro Conference selection.

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Fr. Utility Nokesville, Va./Brentsville District - All-District selection. - Potomac News first-team all-area. - Washington Post All-Met and Prince William County All-Extra first team selection.

Heather Dindinger Fr. Pitcher Riner, Va./Auburn - 2009 Region co-Pitcher of the Year. - Three Rivers District Pitcher of the Year. - Virginia High School League first-team All-State.

Megan Shinaberry Fr. Catcher/Utility Davie, Fla./McCarthy - Two-time Miami Herald All-County selection. - Sun Sentinel All-county honorable mention. - Two-time district runner-up and regional semi-finalist at Archbishop McCarthy H.S.

Haley Johnson Fr. Utility Ashburn, Va./Broad R un - VHSCA AA State Player of the Year. - Two-time All-State selection. - Helped lead Broad Run H.S. to an 83-1 record between 2006-09.

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Cara Stecher Fr. Pitcher New Castle, Del./Caravel Academy - The (Delaware) News Journal State Player of the Year. - Three-time first-team All-State selection. - DIAA State Champions in 2006, runners-up in 2007 and 2008.

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2009 JMU Women’s Soccer

Energetic Coaches Katie Flynn Head Coach

• Ninth year at JMU • Only softball coach in JMU history • Advanced JMU to two CAA Championship games and four semifinals in seven seasons • Led team to 2009 CAA Championship • Two-time CAA Coach of the Year • 8-year JMU record is 230-196 • 14-year career record is 390-370 • Received a bachelor’s degree from Colgate in 1990 and a Master’s degree from Ohio State in 1993.

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Kristy Norton Associate Head Coach

• Fifth year at JMU • All-Southern Conference and honorable mention AllSouth second baseman while playing for Katie Flynn at UNC Greensboro • All-time UNC Greensboro leader in games started (252) and at bats (785) and second in hits (222) and doubles (41). • Coaches third base and directs the offense.

Kama Tucker

Assistant Coach • First year at JMU • Works closely with the pitchers & outfielders • Previously served as the head coach at Greensboro College from 2005-09. • 144-94-4 record at Greensboro College. • 2005 USA South’s Coach of the Year.

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Tradition of Excellence Katie George

- Two-time All-CAA selection - Second-team NFCA Mid-Atlantic AllRegion - School record holder in games played, starts, at-bats, runs scored, hits, doubles, triples and stolen bases.

Liz George

- 2004 CAA All-Tournament team - Three-time All-CAA selection - 2004 NFCA All-Mid Atlantic Region

Leah Conley

- 2003 & 2004 NFCA AllAmerica Scholar Athlete - 2002 All-CAA second team

Katie Jaworski

- Four-time All-CAA selection - 2004 NFCA All-Mid Atlantic Region selection

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Ashlee Schenk

- 2003 & 2004 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete

Kara Schwind

- 2004 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete - 2004 All-Tournament team

Jenny Clohan - CAA 25th Anniversary team - First-team All-CAA in 2007 - All-time leader in games started, innings pitched, appearances and saves

Jenn Chavez - 2007 CAA co-Player of the Year - First-team All-CAA selection

Meredith Felts

- CAA 25th Anniversary team - Three-time All-CAA selection - 2009 CAA Championship Most Outstanding Player - All-time leader in wins, ERA, strikeouts, complete games and shutouts

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Colonial Athletic Association CAA Softball • 2009 CAA Champions • 82-63 all time conference record • Reached CAA semifinals six of eight seasons • 29 All-CAA selections • Seven All-CAA Rookie team selections • Co-Player of the Year 2007 • Coach of the Year 2004 & 2007 • Rookie of the Year 2003

Julia Dominguez

- Second-team All-CAA and All-Rookie team in 2006 - All-time leader in home runs, RBI and walks

Katie Flynn

- CAA Coach of the Year 2004 & 2007

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Leah Evert - Two-time All-CAA selection

Nikki Dunn

- 2002 CAA All-Tournament team

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Briana Carrera - Two-time All-CAA selection - JMU record 43 career complete games

Lauren Curtis

member schools states represented of the nine largest television markets in the nation -- New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (6), Washington, D.C, (8) and Atlanta (9)

The CAA extends from Boston in the north to Atlanta in the south.

- 2003 CAA co-Rookie of the Year

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This is... JMU

JMU’s beautiful campus includes 108 major buildings on 696 acres. The original campus is built around the Quadrangle, where buildings are constructed of native blue limestone and have ivy coverings. The University’s 18,000 students may choose from 106 degree programs in seven colleges -- College of Arts and Letters, College of Business, College of Education, College of Integrated Science and Technology, College of Science and Mathematics, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Graduate School. JMU’s academic program combines the liberal arts tradition with preparation for technology in a rapidly changing world. All students receive a strong foundation of knowledge through a rigorous general education program. • Female/Male Ratio: 60/40 • Student/Professor Ratio: 17/1 • Average Class Size: 29

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• U.S. News & World Report in its 2009 America’s Best Colleges guidebook ranked JMU first in the South among public universities for the 15th straight year. • JMU is Virginia’s most-popular college or university, drawing applications from the greatest percentage of the state’s graduating high school seniors. • Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in 2009 ranked JMU 28th nationally on its list of 100 best values in public colleges -- schools that offer a first-class education at a reasonable price. • Yahoo! Internet Life included JMU on its 2001 listing of “The Nation’s 100 Most Wired Universities,” listing JMU 53rd among larger institutions. • JMU was included in the 2002 edition of The Unofficial, Unbiased, Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges with one author saying “JMU is almost too perfect to be believed.” • JMU has been described as “one of the best managed, most dynamic public universities in the nation” in The Guide to 101 of the Best Values in America’s Colleges and Universities. Universities • BusinessWeek magazine in 2009 ranked JMU’s College of Business 16th nationally among business schools at public universities and 44th among all universities. • JMU is among schools “that prove activism and community service are alive and well on campus,” says Mother Jones Magazine. • JMU’s exemplary programs for first-year students are “cornerstones of the University’s strong commitment to student learning and success,” says The Temple Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development. • JMU is recognized as one of the nation’s top 50 “Best Value” public universities in the 2009 Princeton Review “Best Value Colleges.” The list recognizes schools that provide high-qualit high-quality academics at a reasonable price.”

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Harrisonburg, Va. A Great College Town Harrisonburg is convenient to the metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C., and Richmond while providing JMU students the comforts of the picturesque setting of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The city offers something for everyone. From downtown shopping and restaurants, to nearby national parks and forests, it provides JMU students the opportunity to sample many aspects of life. Harrisonburg offers a learning environment that is very unique in today’s high-tech, educational world.

Dr. Linwood H. Rose James Madison University President

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Athletic Performance Center • Located in the Plecker Athletic Performance Center, named in honor of Robert & Frances Plecker • A $10 million state-of-the-art athletic support facility • Computer lab with more then 30 work stations • Student-athlete lounge • Tutoring and small group meeting facilities Plecker Center also houses • 7,000-square foot strength and conditioning center with flat-screen televisions for individual instruction • 5,000-square foot sports medicine facility • JMU’s athletic hall of fame

“The ‘APC’ is a phenomenal resource for our student-athletes. JMU is providing all of the resources for player’s academic success. From the computer lab, to study rooms, tutor rooms and the student-athlete lounge - it is a very impressive building that demonstrates a commitment to success.” Katie Flynn, JMU softball coach

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Academic Advising

Casey Carter Associate Athletics Director for StudentAthlete Services James Madison ‘70

Steve Henderson Assistant Director of student-athlete services. Works directly with the softball program.

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Strength & Conditioning • Developing athleticism and sports performance • Seven training facilities encompassing more then 17,000 square feet • Staff includes five full time professionals with certifications as strength and conditioning specialists

Callye Williams Strength & Conditioning Coach

“The Plecker Center weight room and our strength and conditioning staff are first class. I am constantly amazed at the growth our players experience in fitness and overall core strength each and every year. Strength and speed are critical in our sport and we have the resources and staff to compete with the best.” Katie Flynn, JMU softball coach

Training softball players not to be just good softball players but rather great overall athletes with an emphasis on softball.

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Sports Medicine

• Multi-skilled professionals use current research, educational knowledge, and state-of-the-art equipment and technology to provide a comprehensive and progressive approach to assure the holistic wellbeing of student-athletes • Staff includes 20 board-certified and licensed athletic trainers • Team physicians include Dr. Kent Diduch (board-certified in family practice physician) and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Mark Miller, a nationally renowned fellowship-trained orthopedist from the University of Virginia • Local chiropractors, physical therapists, sport psychologists, nutritionists, and orthotists are available to assist in the health care needs of student-athletes Lisa Friesen Team Athletic Trainer University of the Pacific ‘08

Tom Kuster, ATC Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine James Madison ‘95

Dr. Kent Diduch Team Physician

Dr. Mark Miller Team Orthopedic Surgeon

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Sports Psychology • The Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC) is committed to addressing the unique challenges that face student-athletes at JMU. • The CSDC provides a supportive environment to empower studentathletes to achieve personal, academic and athletic goals in the context of individual and/or group counseling. • Staff includes three full-time professionals with doctorates specifically tailored towards Sports Psychology.

Dr. Robert Harmison Director

Dr. Challace McMillin Team Sports Psychologist

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Veterans Memorial Park

• JMU is completing construction on a $9.5 million baseball and softball complex located next to Memorial Hall. • Games are scheduled to begin play at the start of the 2010 seasons. • Project will entail a $1 million indoor renovation that will include new space for offices, locker rooms, a team room, strength and conditioning, indoor practice facilities and batting cages. • Softball stadium will feature lights, press box, sunken dugouts and chair-back seating. • The new facility will be built on the same site as the old Veterans Memorial Stadium, which was opened in 1949. The stadium will retain the same name, in order to honor all foreign war veterans from Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. • Softball opening will be a March 17 doubleheader against Longwood.

“JMU is committed to providing the facilities needed to compete at the elite Division I level. It is an exciting time for our program as construction is underway for our new stadium and indoor facility.” Katie Flynn, JMU softball coach

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The Opponents CofC Cougar Classic

Maryland Terrapins

2010 Tar Heel Classic

George Mason Patriots

Date: Feb. 19-21 Location: Charleston, S.C. Opponents: Akron, Wagner, College of Charleston

Date: Feb. 26-28 Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. Opponents: North Carolina, Fairfield, Pittsburgh

Georgia Tech Buzz Classic

Date: March 5-7 Location: Atlanta, Ga. Opponents: North Florida, Seton Hall, Tennessee Tech, Georgia Tech, Mercer

Florida A&M Rattlers Date: March 10 (DH) Location: Tallahassee, Fla. Head Coach (Year): Veronica Wiggins (19th) 2009 Record (MEAC): 30-32 (12-0)

South Florida Under Armour Showcase

Date: March 12-14 Location: Tampa, Fla. Opponents: Florida Gulf Coast, South Florida, Long Island, New Mexico State, Drake

Longwood Lancers

Date: March 17 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Kathy Riley (13th) 2009 Record: 23-23

JMU/Days Inn Invitational Date: March 19-21 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Opponents: Fordham, Winthrop, Pittsburgh

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Date: March 24 (DH) Location: College Park, Md. Head Coach (Year): Laura Watten (5th) 2009 Record (ACC): 29-26 (9-11)

Date: March 27-28 Location: Fairfax, Va. Head Coach (Year): Joe Verbanic (6th) 2009 Record (CAA): 16-33 (2-18)

Virginia Cavaliers

Date: March 31 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Eileen Schmidt (3rd) 2009 Record (CAA): 25-22 (2-15)

Delaware Blue Hens

Date: April 2-3 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): B.J. Ferguson (30th) 2009 Record (CAA): 21-18 (7-9)

Radford Highlanders

Date: April 7 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Mickey Dean (3rd) 2009 Record (Big South): 41-15 (16-2)

Hofstra Pride

Date: April 10-11 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Bill Edwards (21st) 2009 Record (CAA): 26-21 (14-3)

Liberty Flames Date: April 14 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Paul Wetmore (16th) 2009 Record (Big South): 26-35 (10-8)

Georgia State Panthers Date: April 17-18 Location: Atlanta, Ga. Head Coach (Year): Bob Heck (23nd) 2009 Record (CAA): 30-20 (15-5)

Georgetown Hoyas

Date: April 21 Location: Washington, D.C. Head Coach (Year): Pat Conlan (5th) 2009 Record (Big East): 17-30 (8-14)

CAA Championship Date: May 12-14 Location: at Highest Seed

NCAA Regionals Date: May 21-23 Location: TBA

NCAA Super Regionals Date: May 29-30 Location: TBA

Towson Tigers

Date: April 24-25 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Lisa Costello (14th) 2009 Record (CAA): 34-22 (13-8)

Softball College World Series Date: June 3-9 Location: Oklahoma City, Okla.

Drexel Dragons

Date: May 1-2 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Kim Camara (4th) 2009 Record (CAA): 24-21 (7-13)

UNC Wilmington Seahawks

Date: May 7-8 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Kelly Van Houten (2nd) 2009 Record (CAA): 13-32 (8-14)

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Who’s Who in JMU Athletics Jeff Bourne Director of Athletics

Geoff Polglase Deputy Director of Athletics

Shelia Moorman Associate Athletics Director, Senior Woman Administrator

Casey Carter Associate Athletics Director for Academics

Kevin White Associate Athletics Director for Sport Programs

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Softball Information Home Field & Capacity/Surface: Veterans Memorial Park (500) Office Location: Memorial Hall Rooms 1162, 1163 & 1164 Telephone: (540) 568-2967 Fax: (540) 568-5151 E-mail: w-softball@jmu.edu Mailing Address: Softball James Madison University 395 S Main St. MSC 6925 Memorial Hall Room 1162 Harrisonburg, VA 22807 Head Coach Katie Flynn, (540) 568-2967 flynnko@jmu.edu Associate Head Coach Kristy Norton, (540) 568-7979 nortonkl@jmu.edu Assistant Coach Kama Tucker, (540) 568-2378 tuckerks@jmu.edu Administrative Assistant Melissa Cobb, (540) 568-5510 Strength & Conditioning Coaches Callye Williams

Directions & Maps

A map of the JMU campus (including a PDF printable map) is available at www.jmu.edu/map. For directions visit JMUSports.com and click on Facilities.

Credits:

Design: Austin Design, Inc., Lovettsville, Va. Interior Layout Special Assistance: Teresa Craig Photography: Cathy Kushner, Diane Elliott, David Lonnquest, Tommy Thompson, and others Printing: Mid-Valley Press, Verona, Va.

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