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Lady Techster Invitational Feb. 7 La tech vs. UT-Martin Feb. 7 UT-Martin vs. St. Louis Feb. 7 St. Louis vs. Houston Baptist Feb. 7 Houston Baptist vs. Wichita State Feb. 7 Wichita State vs. Jackson State Feb. 7 LA tech vs. Jackson State Feb. 8 Jackson State vs. Houston Baptist Feb. 8 Houston Baptist vs. UT-Martin Feb. 8 UT-Martin vs. Wichita State Feb. 8 la tech vs. Wichita State Feb. 8 la tech vs. St. Louis Feb. 8 St. Louis vs. Jackson State Feb. 9 Wichita State vs. St. Louis Feb. 9 Jackson State vs. UT-Martin FEB. 9 la tech vs. Houston Baptist FEB. 12 Louisiana-Lafayette Texas Tournament FEB. 14 vs. Kentucky vs. IPFW FEB. 15 at Texas TBD FEB. 16 TBD FEB. 19 Grambling State ULM Warhawk Classic FEB. 21 vs. South Dakota at ULM FEB. 22 vs. Alcorn State vs. Southern Arkansas Tournament FEB. 28 vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Drake University MARCH 1 at Arkansas All game times are CT and subject to change

9:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 1:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. TBA TBA 6:00 P.M. 3:15 P.M. 5:30 P.M. 1:15 P.M. 3:30 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 12:30 P.M. 11:30 A.M.

TBD MARCH 2 TBD MARCH 4 at Oklahoma MARCH 6 at Baylor MARCH 8 at UTSA (DH)* MARCH 9 at UTSA* MARCH 15 UTEP (DH)* MARCH 16 UTEP * MARCH 19 at Ole Miss MARCH 20 at Belmont MARCH 22 at Middle Tennessee (DH)* MARCH 23 at Middle Tennessee* MARCH 26 Northwestern State MARCH 29 Florida Atlantic (DH)* MARCH 30 Florida Atlantic* APRIL 2 Mcneese State (DH) APRIL 5 at North Texas (DH)* APRIL 6 at North Texas* APRIL 9 at Southeastern Louisiana APRIL 15 at Stephen F. Austin APRIL 18 Southern Miss (DH)* APRIL 19 Southern Miss* APRIL 22 at Grambling State APRIL 23 at Northwestern State APRIL 26 East Carolina (DH)* APRIL 27 East Carolina* MAY 3 at Marshall (DH)* MAY 4 at Marshall* Conference USA Championships MAY 8 TBD MAY 9 TBD MAY 10 TBD

TBA TBA 3:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12:00 P.M. 11:00 A.M. TBA TBA TBA

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Louisiana Tech Athletic Vision & Mission Statement..............1 Quick Facts/Local Media ........................................................2 We Are Louisiana Tech............................................................3 Softball Complex...................................................................26 2014 Season Outlook............................................................28 2014 Numerical Roster.........................................................33 Head Coach Mark Montgomery...........................................34 Assistant Coach Jeannie Murphy.........................................36 Assistant Coach Emerald Doria............................................37 Player Bios............................................................................38

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2013 Results.........................................................................61 Conference USA...................................................................62

Contributors: Butler, Louisiana Tech News Bureau, Louisiana Tech Marketing and Public Relations Department

All-Time Tournament Results................................................66

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All-Time Conference Standings............................................64

Photography: Donny Crowe, Tom Morris, Darrell James, James Garner, Matt Lange, Donald Page.

Louisiana Tech University will be a conference leader in performance by investing strategically in student-athletes’ development, providing superior facilities and enhancing program support to achieve a local and national image of success and dominance.

2013 Statistics......................................................................60

Editors: Malcolm Butler

Covers, Layout and Design: Donnie Bell Design.

Athletic Vision

Letterwinners.......................................................................67 All-Time Honors....................................................................68 Record Book.........................................................................70 Series Records..................................................................... 76 All-Time Results....................................................................77 Year-by-Year Results..............................................................82 University President Dr. Les Guice.......................................88 AD Tommy McClelland.........................................................89 Athletic Administration.........................................................90 Athletics Council...................................................................92 Administrative Support.........................................................93 Head/Assistant Coaches.......................................................94

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The 2014 Louisiana Tech softball team information guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and Lady Techster softball fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information. Should you need additional information such as feature material and/or statistics, please direct your inquiries to the media relations office.

Athletic Mission Statement Embody excellence in everything we do. Develop student-athletes to maximize their potential in mind, body and spirit. Bring pride, admiration, and loyalty to the University family, community and state. Win with integrity.

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University Name: Louisiana Tech Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,200 Nickname: Lady Techsters Colors: Red, blue Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Les Guice (Louisiana Tech, 1976) AD: Tommy McClelland (Northwestern State, 2004) SWA: Mary Kay Hungate Facility: Lady Techster Softball Complex (550) Press Box: 318-614-4513 (Butler’s Cell)

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Head Coach: Mark Montgomery (Eastern Kentucky, 1992) Office Phone: 318-257-3016 School Record: 27-26, Second Year Career Record: 357-346, 13 seasons (275-281, 10 years in Division I) Assistants: Jeannie Murphy (Oklahoma, 2009); Emerald Doria (Centenary, 2010)

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2013 Record: 27-26 2013 Conference: 11-10, 3rd WAC 2013 Postseason: None LW Returning/Lost: 9/8 Starters R/L: 4/6 Newcomers: 9

Lady Techster Twitter Accounts Players Lexi Callan..................... @lexicallan Tori Charters................. @tori_brookexoxo Katelynn Cook............... @katelynncook33 Anna Cross.................... @anna5cross Bianca Duran................ @biancadonk2 Janine Godwin............. @janine_godwiin Amanda Gray................ @amanda00gray Katelynn Hill.................. @ahoykatey14 Alayna Kipp................... @a_kipp32 Erin Kipp........................ @e_kipp23 Courtney Lowe............. @clowe12 Kristen Miles................. @kristenkmiles Natalie Moran.............. @nattchristine11 Lindsey Neyland........... @ltn001 Taylor Penn................... @taylorpenn11 Pauline Tufi.................... @mrstufi Kaitlynn Williams......... @kdubbbbbbb4 Hailey Winter................ @haileywinter13 Coaches/Support Personnel Emerald Doria............... @uncommon1417 Jeannie Douglas.......... @jdoug86 Ashton Guinn................ @ashton_guin Scooter Leder............... @heyitsscooter Mark Montgomery....... @gocoacher LA Tech Softball........... @latechsb LA Tech Athletics......... @LATechSports

The Ruston Daily Leader O.K. “Buddy” Davis 208 West Park Ave. Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 255-4353     The News-Star Sean Isabella 411 North 4th St. Monroe, LA 71210 Phone: 1-800-259-7788          The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P. O. Box 30222 Shreveport, LA 71130-0222 Phone: 1-800-462-6436    KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P. O. Box 4067 Monroe, LA 71211 Phone: (318) 388-8888    KTVE-TV/KARD-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road West Monroe, LA 71292 Phone: (318) 323-1972   

KTAL-TV (NBC) Brandon Dunn 3150 North Market St. Shreveport, LA 71107 Phone: (318) 629-6000    KSLA-TV (CBS) Adria Goins 1812 Fairfield Shreveport, LA 71101 Phone: (318) 222-1212    KTBS-TV (ABC) Paul Crane 312 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport, LA 71104 Phone: (318) 861-5880    KXKZ-FM Nick White P. O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71273 Phone: (318) 255-5000 Bleed Tech Blue Jonathan Ford 1413 E. Mississippi Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 791-4881

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Associate AD/Media Relations: Malcolm Butler Office Phone: 318-257-3144 Cell Phone: 318-614-4513 Fax: 318-257-3757 Email: mbutler@latech.edu Website: LATechSports.com

Starters Returning (4) C Alayna Kipp DP Erin Kipp OF Kristen Miles SS Anna Cross

Newcomers (9) C Lexi Callan (SO) OF Tori Charters (FR) INF/P Bianca Duran (JR) C Amanda Gray (FR) C Natalie Moran (FR) INF Lindsey Neyland (SO) INF Taylor Penn (FR) INF/P Pauline Tufi (FR) INF Kaitlyn Williams (FR)

Lady Techster Facebook The Lady Techster program has its very own fan page on Facebook. Just log on Facebook and go to Facebook.com/LouisianaTechSoftball and LIKE us.

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-- Tech President Dr. Les Guice

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“Athletics is a central part of Louisiana Tech and an integral component of our efforts to elevate the institution’s national standing.  It is essential that we continue to focus on the success of our student-athletes and ensure that a winning athletics program is achieved with integrity and class.”

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At Louisiana Tech YOU are not a number, YOU are family. louisiana tech is classified as a Tier 1 National University, the only Carnegie Doctoral/High Research University and the only SREB Doctoral Four-Year 2 Research University in north Louisiana. is the highest ranked university in Louisiana in starting median pay for graduates (PayScale.com’s 2012-2013 College Salary Report) is ranked as one of the nation’s 25 Most Affordable Colleges (for both in-state and out-of-state students) by Newsweek and The Daily Beast. is ranked No. 21 in the nation for providing its graduates with the best returns on their investments (ROI) in their college educations (AdvisorOne.) is ranked No. 17 in nation among “Low Cost Colleges with High Starting Salaries for Graduates” (Affordable Colleges Online) is ranked No. 11 in the nation in list of “25 Most Underrated Colleges In America” from Business Insider.

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More than 700 companies worldwide travel to campus eAch yeAR to RecRUit loUisiAnA tech gRAdUAtes

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Dr. Les Guice became the 14th president in the history of Louisiana Tech University on July 1, 2013.   

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“Louisiana Tech has a really great foundation of excellence, and we’re not starting from scratch by any means. We’ve got so many of the ingredients in place. My vision is to continue to progress Louisiana Tech in national prominence, but to turn that national prominence into things that bring benefit to North Louisiana, to our citizens of this state and to all of the students and stakeholders of the university.” -- Dr. Les Guice, University President

Quarter System – Big Advantage for the Student-Athlete Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5)

Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18)

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The Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)

is committed to the success of Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes.

Programs Provided by BARC

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Tutoring and group help sessions in all subjects

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Advising opportunities  eferral program for students needing additional assisR tance

Computer labs and study hall space

“Louisiana Tech has allowed me to be a part of a bigger family and not just another number enrolled in a university. Here you are able to have a personal relationship with other students and other professors in your field of study. You have that one-on-one time if you have problems. Tech has become a second home to me and my two brothers. I love it, and my family loves it.”

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– Ray Holley, 2012 Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American (1st team)

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- Erin Kipp, 2013 Capital One CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican (2nd team)

Bulldog running back Ray Holley became the fourth LA Tech student-athlete (second football player) to earn first team Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American honors. Holley carried a 3.50 grade point average while pursuing his master’s degree in counseling. On the field, he rushed for 740 yards and seven TDs.

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“Being a student and an athlete at the same time has its challenges, but is totally worth it. I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this without the amazing teachers at Tech … And the quarter system is absolutely amazing! We only have to take four classes at a time, plus we get more vacation/breaks than any other school.”

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BRAD HERMAN heads up the Louisiana Tech athletics academic center to help the University’s student-athletes excel in the classroom and ultimately earn their degrees, something that is the No. 1 goal for the administration and coaches at Tech.

“One of my best experiences this year has been to study and play tennis at Louisiana Tech University.  It was difficult to get away from my family, but here the people are very friendly, fun and help you at all, so now I feel at home.  I am very happy in the field of my sport (tennis) because Coach Gomez has helped me during the time that I’ve been here. He does the best he can and helps us to improve our tennis, studies and daily life. ” - Alexandra Starkova, Sophomore (Madrid, Spain)

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louisiana tech saw Ray Holley (football) and Erin Kipp (softball) earn Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American honors last year. saw 68 student-athletes earn Academic All-WAC honors in 2012-13 (and more than 900 during its 12-year membership in the league). saw four programs record their highest single year Academic Progress Rate (APR) while seven of them earned their highest fouryear APR. saw the Bulldog golf program earn an NCAA Public Recognition Award for the third straight year, after ranking in the top 10 percent in multi-year APR for their respective sport.

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Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes recorded an all-time high four-year graduation success rate of 76 percent, which was four percentage points better than the previous record-high of 72 percent.

boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 54.8 percent. boasts the ULS’ fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.9 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 24.1.

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as in Conference USA C-USA will consist of 16 teams with nine of those residing in the central time zone including Tulane, Southern Miss, Rice, Tulsa, UTSA, North Texas, UAB and Middle Tennessee. The league also includes consists of seven schools outside of the central time zone including UTEP, Marshall, Charlotte, East Carolina, Old Dominion, FIU and Florida Atlantic. This allows the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters to create natural geographic rivalries with a host of outstanding academic and athletic institutions. C-USA is strengthening itself for the future with growing institutions, in large and thriving markets, with tremendous upside potential.

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Louisiana Tech begins its first year as a member of Conference USA after a successful 12-year affiliation with the Western Athletic Conference.

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On the Web Website: ConferenceUSA.com Twitter: @Conference_USA Facebook: ConferenceUSA Instagram: Conference USA

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TV Markets

C-USA home markets this year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from last year. C-USA is a highly-recognized national brand. The league has great television partners with Fox Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN.

C-USA teams are 8-2 in bowl games in the last two years. C-USA has five primary bowl agreements and two additional secondary agreements for alternative years. LA Tech (Illinois, Virginia), Middle Tennessee (Georgia Tech) and Tulsa (Iowa State) all defeated BCS teams during the 2012 football season. Seven C-USA men’s basketball teams in 2013-14 will be coming off postseason appearances, including LA Tech’s NIT berth.

Academic Success C-USA has recognized more than 22,000 studentathletes for their academic achievements. Since 2006, the number of studentathletes qualifying for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll has increased by more than 60 percent.

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As one of the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 according to Neilson.

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Since 2008-09, C-USA has acknowledged more than 150 student-athletes through the Spirit of Service Award, highlighting community outreach and athletic and academic achievements.

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success Louisiana Tech’s Athletic Department: officially became a member of Conference USA on July 1 as the University made the all-sports move to the 16-team league. introduced Tommy McClelland as the new athletic director during a press conference held at the Charles Wyly Athletic Center on July 16. completed facility additions and renovations to J.C. Love Field, the Lady Techster Softball Complex and the Lady Techster Soccer Field. ranked eighth in the nation in combined winning percentage for the University’s football and men’s basketball teams (was the topranked non-AQ program). saw completion and the dedication of the Scotty Robertson Court located in Memorial Gym, which serves as a practice facility both the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters.

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On the playing fields: Men’s basketball earned its first top 25 ranking since 1985, captured its first regular season conference since 1999, and won the second most games in program history during WAC Coach of the Year Mike White’s second season. Football earned its first Top 25 ranking since 1999, led the country in scoring offense and total offense, defeated two BCS schools in Illinois and Virginia in consecutive weeks and saw punter Ryan Allen repeat as the Ray Guy Award winner and quarterback Colby Cameron win the Sammy Baugh Award.

Lady Techster Stephanie Salas finished her collegiate volleyball career and signed a professional contract to play with Guaynabo Mets in Puerto Rico.

Kim Francis became the first Tech hurdler to run a sub-13.00 time in the 100-meter hurdles and competed in the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Trey Hadnot earned his third All-America honor by winning the bronze medal in the 200-meter dash in the NCAA Indoor Championships.

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Bowler Kayla Ghersini was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year after posting a 3.35 grade point average in economics as an undergrad and a 3.32 in graduate school.

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Baseball recorded its lowest team ERA (4.48) in two decades as sophomore Phil Maton earned first team all-conference honors while leading the WAC in strikeouts.

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Tennis won seven WAC matches, earned the No. 3 seed in WAC Tournament and Joanna Nalborska became the program’s first ever conference freshman of the year during Freddy Gomez first season as head coach.

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Soccer recorded an 11-game unbeaten streak which included a 1-1 tie against No. 19 Denver and finished the year 12-5-4 with a roster that included 17 freshmen.

Bulldog golf saw Victor Lange and Travis Wilmore capture individual titles during the season while the program earned its third straight NCAA Public Recognition Award for ranking in the top 10 percent nationally in Academic Progress Rates. Softball recorded a winning record under first year head coach Mark Montgomery while also registering a winning mark in Western Athletic Conference play and earning its highest seed ever in the WAC Tournament. Women’s basketball was invited to play in historic Madison Square Garden against Rutgers as part of the Maggie Dixon Classic. @LATechSB

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University Park is a community of Tech students who want the convenience of on-campus living and the privacy and sophistication of high-tech, spacious apartments and townhouses with a signature Louisiana Tech view.

University Park Amenities

2- and 4-bedroom designs

Townhouse features a spiral staircase to a loft with two bedrooms and a bath

Private bedroom phone and cable television

Kitchen equipped with range and refrigerator High speed internet access A  pedestrian bridge provides easy, direct access from UP to the heart of campus

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Class is Over … Time to Eat and Socialize! The Student Center’s all-you-care-to-eat Café is a good start. Also, in the Student Center, there is a Chick-fil-A, Asian fare, sushi, salads, homestyle burgers and more. In Tolliver, take your pick from McAlister’s Deli or pizza or grab something from the convenience store. Watch bigscreen TVs and utilize the wireless internet hot spots while you eat in Tolliver, or sit outside on the picnic tables or in either of two dining areas in the Student Center. Students can also get plenty of Louisiana flavor as Ruston is full of local restaurants that range from a little Cajun spice to southern down-home cooking. Also one of the most frequented areas of campus where students hang out to study and socialize is under the century-old oak trees located in the quadrangle. @LATechSB

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student LIFE There are over 180 student organizations on the Louisiana Tech campus. Plus LA Tech offers 16 NCAA sanctioned athletic programs (Bulldogs and Lady Techsters) and of course Tech students are some of the best fans in the South. This year Tech students can make plenty of road trips to follow their beloved Bulldogs and Lady Techsters as the University makes the all-sports move to the geographical friendly Conference USA.

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The Miss Tech pageant is just one of many annual student events on campus, including unity step shows, Greek Week, Spring Fling, homecoming, talent shows, concerts, intramurals, sporting events, student organizations, theatrical and musical productions and more.

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The Lambright Sports and Wellness Center is both old and new. A $12 million expansion means two pools, sunbathing, Counter Culture at LA Tech, and plenty of relaxing social opportunities. It also contains a rock climbing wall, bowling alleys, basketball courts as well as plenty of cardio and weight training . It’s a place of leisure or a place to challenge yourself.

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prominent alumni Louisiana Tech continues to give back on a global level in every profession and every day, either on center stage or behind the scenes. Tech alums seize the opportunity on campus to make a difference off it; because of you, the University’s influence spreads, now more than ever. Leon Barmore: Best winning percentage of any other coach in history of NCAA women’s basketball, five-time Hall of Famer Albert Bourland: Retired President of Daimler-Benz Washington, Inc., manufacturer of Mercedes Benz Terry Bradshaw: Member of FOX NFL Sunday, NFL Hall of Fame, No. 1 pick in the 1970 NFL draft, winner of four Super Bowls Kix Brooks: Songwriter, guitar player, entertainer, Tech fan, host of American Country Music Countdown John D. Caruthers, Jr.: President of the Seven States I-69 Mid-Continent Highway Coalition Tara Collins: Developer of the MediKin Hematology Teaching Vein, a “hands on” way of understanding blood disorders and diseases, especially HIV/AIDS James Davison: Developer of Squire Creek Country Club, Board of Directors for Genesis Energy, former Chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System

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Benny Denny: CEO of Bank of Ruston, President of Louisiana Tech University Foundation Rosemary Ellis: Editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine A.C. Hollins, Jr.: Vice-President/Director of Operations & Infrastructure for National Security Technologies, LLC (NSTec), Las Vegas Emily Howell and Julie Bartlett Stephenson: Back-toback recipients of “Teacher of the Year” award in Louisiana, high school division, in 2012 and 2011; Jenny Marie Blalock was 2011 Louisiana Elementary School Teacher of the Year

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WYLY Mervin Parker: Corporate Forestry Manager of Hunt Forest Products, a privately held company with more than 65,000 acres of timberland owned and managed and more than 700 employees in the state of Louisiana

Teresa Weatherspoon: Named one of the top 15 players in WNBA history, Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer, coach of the Lady Techsters basketball team, Olympic gold medalist and Wade Trophy winner Sam Wyly: Co-founder of Green Mountain Energy, Maverick Capital, Ranger Capital Group, Michaels Stores, and Sterling Software, Inc.

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Max Watson, Jr.: Founder and President of BMC Software, Inc.; named by Forbes Magazine in Top 15 of 200 Best Small Companies

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Glen Post, III: Chief Executive Officer and President of CenturyLink, which employs nearly 48,000, has operating revenues of $4.596 billion on a consolidated basis and is the third largest telecommunications company in America

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Scott Poole: Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Roy O. Martin Lumber Company, one of the largest independently owned forest products companies in the South

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Hilton Nicholson: CEO of Sixnet, member of FCC Advisory Board

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Eddie McGough: Senior Vice President for Alcon Laboratories, a global medical company specializing in eye care products

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Michael McCallister: Chairman of the Board/CEO of Humana, Inc., which employs 30,000 nationwide and has revenues of $33 billion

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Karl Malone: Two-time NBA MVP, Ruston-area businessman, member of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, second-leading scorer in NBA history

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Sandy Johnson: President/owner of Barrios Technology in Houston; earned NASA’s highest award – the George M. Low Award for Quality and Excellence, won twice – and in 2004 received NASA’s highest honor, the Distinguished Public Service Medal.

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The Lady Techsters helped sort, organize and pack toiletry bags for the American Red Cross. These bags were donated to families in need or to families who have suffered the loss of their home due to an unfortunate tragedy.

making a difference LA Tech student-athletes volunteered more than 3,000 hours of community service this past school year with all 16 Division I sanctioned programs involved in some aspect of giving back to the community. Community service projects range from interaction with local schools to the Boys and Girls Club to the Methodist Children’s Home to the local retirement/nursing homes to the DART Pumpkin Patch.

The Lady Techsters organized the food pantry for the local chapter of Christian Community Action prior to the Thanksgiving holidays.

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The Lady Techsters purchased candy, toys and other goodies to donate to the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home in Ruston. The student-athletes took time off of practice to decorate the bags and then fill them with candy. They then delivered the bags to the home and were given the opportunity to interact with the kids at the Children’s Home and share some of their personal softball stories.

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Lady Techster Softball Complex The Lady Techster Softball Complex has been home to Louisiana Tech softball since its construction in 1982 and recently received some major renovations, including the addition of new bleachers and a new press box. As part of the preparation for playing host to the 2013 Western Athletic Conference Tournament last May, the University invested more than $500,000 in renovations and improvements. The first phase of the improvements came during the summer of 2011 with the replacement of the existing wooden fence surrounding the facility with a new chain link fence that is covered on the inside with padding. An on-going issue of poor drainage on the field was also rectified with the installation of a new subsurface drainage system underneath a new synthetic turf that was installed in front of both dugouts and behind home plate. Synthetic turf was also installed in both bullpens, while the entire outfield benefits from the installation of a new irrigation system. Last winter and spring more renovations took place as new bleachers were installed and a new press box built. During the course of the Lady Techsters’ 31-year history of playing at the facility, Tech has posted an overall mark of 386-200, including 22 winning seasons. During its run to the 2008 NCAA Tournament, LA Tech posted a mark of 16-12 at home including victories over Top 25 Fresno State and SEC foe Ole Miss. The 16 home victories were the most since the 1996 season when that Lady Techster team was a perfect 16-0 at home. In 2009, LA Tech repeated the feat by defeating both Fresno State and Ole Miss at home while also posting victories against Hawaii. Built at a cost of $200,000 under the supervision of former head coach Bill Galloway and former Tech President F. Jay Taylor, the 550-seat facility boasts brick-walled dugouts, wooden lockers, lights, batting cage and electronic scoreboard. The natural grass turf extends 190 feet down the foul lines and 220 feet to straightaway centerfield, reaching the fence running along the outfield. At the time of its completion in the early ’80s, it was considered one of the finest softball facilities in the country as the nationally-ranked Louisiana Tech squads drew large crowds. The complex has been home to some of the nation’s top teams and players during its history as it housed three Louisiana Tech College World Series teams and six more NCAA Tournament squads and five All-Americans. In Galloway’s first season, he led Tech to a record of 52-18 and the first of three trips to the College World Series, and the tradition of winning and dominance throughout the 1980s began. Louisiana Tech reached the NCAA playoffs the next six seasons, including College World Series appearances in 1985 and 1986.

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2014 Season Outlook As Mark Montgomery enters his second season at the helm of the Louisiana Tech softball program, he does so with high hopes and expectations. With nine newcomers on the 18-person roster, Montgomery knows that a lot of his team’s success in 2014 will depend on student-athletes who have never worn a LA Tech jersey before. After recording a winning record last season on its way to the program’s highest seed ever in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament (No. 3), the Lady Techsters had a very solid, even impressive, campaign under the new coaching regime. With year No. 2 approaching, Montgomery and Co. are preparing to take another step forward despite some key losses. Gone are graduating seniors Janna Frandrup, Mel Goff, Amanda Krueger, Dacia Hale, Michelle Jones and Meghan Knowles who combined for 282 starts. “This is not a typical year No. 2,” Montgomery said. “Unfortunately, we lost six talented, starting seniors. So not only are we young and inexperienced, but we are so in all positions, even with our backups. However everyone is working hard, and I do believe the talent is in place. “Also in softball you recruit almost two years out, so our first all-inclusive recruiting class doesn’t arrive until next season. However, there is one area I feel we have made great strides. We have accumulated some depth at every position, and I feel as though we have several options to make our line-up the best that it can be.” In addition to nine new faces – freshmen Tori Charters, Amanda Gray, Kaitlyn Williams, Taylor Penn, Pauline Tufi and Natalie Moran; junior college transfer Bianca Duran; and transfers Lindsey Neyland and Lexi Callan – the Lady Techsters return nine players from last year. Montgomery will look to seniors Erin Kipp and Katelynn Hill, juniors Hailey Winter, Alayna Kipp and Janine Godwin and sophomores Katelynn Cook, Kristen Miles, Anna Cross and Courtney Lowe for leadership, especially early in the season. Like the rest of the Louisiana Tech athletic programs, the Lady Techster softball team will play its inaugural season as a member of Conference USA. “Conference USA is a very strong league from top to bottom,” Montgomery said. “It sent four teams to the NCAA tournament last year and three of those are returning. It will certainly mean that we have to be prepared for great competition each weekend and will need to play well all three games in a conference series. There really will be no games off.”

“This should be the real strength of our team,” Montgomery said. “All three of our pitchers are very talented and they complement each other very well. I feel that you will see at least two, if not all three, in every game, giving us our best chance to win.  I know a great coach who once said ‘I’d rather have great pitching and an average team, than average pitching and a great team.’ Optimistically, our pitching can be remarkable.” Cross, who was named the WAC Freshman of the Year last season, posted a 6-8 record in the circle with a 3.06 earned run average making 19 starts and appearing in 26 games. Despite some rookie struggles at times in the circle, Cross recorded some masterful performances, including handing New Mexico State its only home loss of conference play. She also pitched two complete-game shutouts against NCAA participant Northwestern State. “Anna should be both our starting shortstop, as well as our closer,” Montgomery said. “That is really a unique role defensively, but with great range and power and a 65 to 67 mile per hour fastball, she excels at both. So we will be flexible to maximize her talent.” Duran was named the Region 9 Pitcher and Player of the

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experience it needs behind the plate. During her sophomore campaign, Kipp – sister of senior infielder Erin Kipp – batted .267 with two home runs and 16 RBI despite not being anywhere close to healthy. “Alayna battled knee injuries all last year and still caught over 75 percent of our innings,” Montgomery said. “She is blessed with quickness and power. So with two successful off-season surgeries, look for Alayna to have that breakout year both at the plate and behind it.” Callan comes to Ruston after spending her freshman season at Stephen F. Austin. During her rookie campaign in Nacogdoches, Texas, Callan saw action in 27 games, making 20 starts while recording seven hits and scoring four runs. She was an all-district and all-state honoree during her prep career at Canton High School. “Lexi is by far one of our strongest athletes,” Montgomery said. “She will provide much needed depth at the catcher position, and as her hitting continues to develop, I would expect some offensive power off the bench.” Moran signed with LA Tech out of South Hills High School in California where she helped lead the Huskies to the 2011 CIF-Southern Section Division 3 championship finals. During her high school career she batted .385 with a .542 slugging percentage. She was named first team all-Sierra League and to the San Gabriel Valley South all-star team. She is a four-time scholar athlete. “With Alayna’s surgery this fall, Natalie earned a lot of repetitions behind the plate,” Montgomery said. “That allowed her to speed up the learning curve at that position. With her tremendous work ethic, I expect her to not only

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Last season Montgomery found himself in a bind as now junior Alayna Kipp was the only true catcher on the roster. Thus, when Kipp had injury issues during the season, Montgomery was forced to try both Lowe and Winter behind the plate. Although the two young ladies battled admirably to fill in for Kipp, it simply wasn’t the same. Montgomery remedied the problem through recruiting as this season the Lady Techsters will boast four true catchers on the roster as Kipp will be joined by freshmen Natalie Moran and Amanda Gray and sophomore transfer Lexi Callan. After undergoing arthroscopic surgery on both knees during the offseason, Kipp returns to give Louisiana Tech the

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Year last season at Western Nebraska Community College where she recorded a 36-3 record with a 1.11 earned run average. She registered 181 strikeouts and only 37 walks in 232.2 innings of work. “Bianca is a great pitcher,” Montgomery said. “She will start most games in the circle. She has great command over a variety of pitches. She is just a great leader and competitor. ‘B’ demands to win.” Tufi was the three-time Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Alaska while playing at West Anchorage High School. As a senior she was 9-5 with a 1.61 earned run average, recording 140 strikeouts in 87 innings. “I look for Pauline to be a mainstay in our pitching rotation, primarily in the role of middle relief,” Montgomery said. “This will allow her time to continue to develop while still maximizing her strengths.”

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provide depth at the catcher position, but to push for playing time.” Gray will redshirt this season while recovering from an arm injury. She chose the Lady Techsters after lettering four years at Lovejoy High School in Texas where she batted .460 with nine home runs and 62 RBI as a senior. She was a three-time all-district selection and was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 3A all-state team in 2012 and the Texas Sports Writers Association all-state team in 2013. “Redshirting this season due to an arm injury, Amanda has been invaluable in helping get the team prepared,” Montgomery said. “She will continue to learn the requirements for being a catcher at the Division I level, and she will be ready to step into that role next season.”

graduated three senior starters off of last year’s team. With the graduation of four-year starter Meghan Knowles, first base will be open as senior Erin Kipp will share time with Bianca Duran and Pauline Tufi. Kipp, who signed with Tech as a pitcher, has made the transition from the circle due to arm issues which prevented her from playing in the field or pitching the majority of last season. While serving as the Lady Techsters designated player during her junior year, she was named second team all-WAC, second team all-state and second team all-Central Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. She batted .349 with 14 doubles, four home runs, 28 runs scored and 22 RBI. “Erin struggled with an arm injury that eliminated her from anymore pitching last season,” Montgomery said. “So she just decided to become an all-conference performer as a designated player as well as an Academic All-American. This year I expect to see that same great performance as both a DP and at first base.” When she is not in the circle, Duran will also see time at first base for the Lady Techsters as Montgomery knows he must keep the juniors bat in the lineup. During her two year career at Western Nebraska Community College, she set program single season records for batting average (.545), home runs (23), doubles (29) and hits (110). She is also the program career home run leader with 40. “Bianca surprised us with her defensive skills this fall,” Montgomery said. “Her hitting is exceptional so she will be on the field somewhere even when she isn’t in the circle.” Tufi could also see time at first base. Like Duran, Tufi possesses the offensive skill set that Montgomery must keep in the heart of the order for Louisiana Tech to be successful. The Anchorage, Alaska native was the three-time Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Alaska as well as a four-time all-region and all-state selection. As a senior, she registered almost unbelievable offensive numbers, batting .842 with six home runs, 36 RBI and a 1.474 slugging percentage. “Pauline – our “Big Alaskan” – is such an amazing athlete

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ery said. “She truly loves the game and is the player that everyone loves to be around. Hailey’s leadership might end up to be one of our team’s greatest strengths.” Despite the fact that all signs point to Winter being a staple at third base, Tufi and Lowe could also see some playing time at the hot corner during the season. Tech’s only returning starter in the infield is Anna Cross, who made 30 starts at shortstop during her rookie season. When Cross isn’t in the circle for the Lady Techsters she will be a LA Tech’s starting shortstop while Lowe (see second base) and Williams (see second base) could also see some playing time. The strong-armed Cross showed great range at shortstop last year while also batting .323 with nine doubles, six home runs, 30 runs scored and 29 RBI. She also led Tech with 20 stolen bases in 22 attempts. “Anna should start at shortstop where she excelled her freshman season,” Montgomery said. “We will move her to the closer’s role at the end of games. She has a great combination of power and speed which is what makes her stand out.”

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and is so strong,” Montgomery said. “I look for her to drive in runs with tons extra base hits and to fill in defensively wherever needed in order to keep her bat in the lineup.” With the loss to two-year starter Amanda Krueger to graduation, second base is another infield position that is up for grabs entering 2014. Sophomore Courtney Lowe and UCF transfer Lindsey Neyland are the odds-on favorites to see the most playing time at second although freshmen Taylor Penn and Kaitlynn Williams are also in the mix. Lowe has taken significant strides forward after an injury-plagued freshman campaign that saw her struggle with the transition to the collegiate level. The Junction City, Arkansas native saw action in only 14 games, which included some emergency work at catcher. She saw only five plate appearances before missing the final two-thirds of the season with an injury. “Last season Courtney was a true utility player for the squad, playing catcher, third base and shortstop before breaking her hand,” Montgomery said. “This year, after an amazing summer of hard work, look for Courtney to compete for time at both middle infield spots for the team.” Neyland, an Evangel Christian Academy product, saw action in 34 games at UCF during her freshman season where she scored eight runs and recorded four stolen bases. During her prep days in Shreveport, Neyland helped lead the Eagles to three straight state championship titles while being named all-district at shortstop six straight years. She was named the district MVP as a junior when she batted .444 with 44 runs and 25 stolen bases and was as three-time all-state selection. “Lindsey is a gifted athlete with speed and power,” Montgomery said. “She will compete at the middle infield spots and provide us with match-up possibilities against all types of pitching.” Penn signed with LA Tech out of Forney High School in Texas where she helped lead the Jackrabbits to four straight district titles and the Texas Class 4A state title game as a sophomore. As a senior, she batted .405 with 12 doubles and 38 RBI. She was a four-time all-district selection and was named third team all-area by the Dallas Morning News as a junior when she batted .368 with 19 extra base hits. “Taylor is going to really challenge for playing time this season,” Montgomery said. “She has strong defensive skills that continue to get better and her swing can be as good as anyone on the team. As she continues to develop, look out.” Williams prepped at Herbert Hoover High School in California. While playing shortstop for the Tornadoes, she batted .528 with eight doubles, four home runs and 27 RBI as a senior, one year after batting .478 with 15 extra base hits and 25 RBI. The two-time team MVP was named first team all-Pacific League her final three years as well as first team all-rea. “Kaitlyn is such a smooth-fielding infielder,” Montgomery said. “She brings us quality depth defensively and will allow us to maximize our game strategies.” Although departed senior Janna Frandrup played the majority at third base last year, junior Hailey Winter has plenty of experience at the hot corner through her first two years in college. Winter, who is by far and away the best defensive third baseman on the team, made 37 starts at third base as a freshman. At the plate Winter hasn’t received a lot of opportunities in her first two years but showed signs this past fall of making great strides. “Hailey is a driving force behind our team,” Montgom-

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the roster as well as a couple of utility players that could see some time. Senior Katelynn Hill returns to the field this year after missing the entire 2013 season while recovering from shoulder surgery. Hill had a productive sophomore season when she batted .252 with six doubles, seven home runs and 19 RBI. She started that year with a bang when she hit home runs in each of the first three games of the season, including twice against nationally ranked Michigan. “One of two seniors on the team, Katelynn is an amazing leader in the outfield,” Montgomery said. “She plays with passion and dedication and will push our team to reach its potential.” Junior Janine Godwin has seen action in 83 games during her career, making 25 starts in the outfield. During her first two seasons, Godwin has been used mostly in pinch running roles as well as late game defensive substitutions although she has collected 10 hits and scored 17 runs. “Janine is a lefty hitter and arguably our best defensive outfielder,” Montgomery said. “She gives us both depth and match-up opportunities in every game.” Sophomore Kristen Miles earned honorable mention all-state honors and second team all-WAC accolades by CollegeSportsMadness.com after starting 52 games in left field her rookie season in college. Miles batted .331 with 52 hits while scoring 37 runs and recording 16 stolen bases. Defensively, Miles didn’t commit an error in 73 chances all season. “Kristen blossomed into an amazing college outfielder last year,” Montgomery said. “I look for Kristen to take another step forward and improve her consistency as she becomes an offensive leader for this team.” Sophomore Katelynn Cook returns for her second season at Tech after seeing action in 29 games last year, making two starts in the outfield. Cook saw the majority of her action as a pinch runner and in late-game defensive situations while she recorded two hits, two RBI and four runs in a limited number of offensive opportunities. “Katelynn made several great defensive plays for us last year and should do the same this year,” Montgomery said. “She is still working on developing some power at the plate, but she provides us so much depth and flexibility with our outfield.” Freshman Tori Charters begins her first season at Louisiana Tech and could see significant time in the Lady Techster outfield. Charters set numerous offensive records during her prep career at Keller High School in Texas where she led the Indians to a 30-6 record as a senior. She also spent July playing for the national junior team for Softball Canada in the 2013 ISF X Junior Women’s World Championships in Ontario. “Tori maybe the fastest athlete I have ever had play for me,” Montgomery said. “She is being asked to play a new outfield position, but is continuing to improve daily. With her defense solidified and her offensive weaponry becoming fine-tuned, I expect her to be a major asset for us this year.”

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Head Coach: Mark Montgomery (Eastern Kentucky, 1992) Assistant Coach: Jeannie Murphy (Oklahoma, 2009) Assistant Coach: Emerald Doria (Centenary, 2010) Athletic Trainer: Christy Waguespack Managers: Alyssa Leder, Ashton Guin

Pronunciation Guide Lindsey Neyland Janine Godwin Pauline Tufi Bianca Duran

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No. Name Pos B/T Ht. Class Hometown 3 Tori Charters OF L/R 5-2 Fr./HS Keller, Texas (Keller HS) 4 Kaitlyn Williams INF R/R 5-6 Fr./HS Glendale, Calif. (Herbert Hoover HS) 5 Anna Cross INF/P R/R 5-10 So./1L Cross Roads, Texas (Cross Roads HS) 6 Lindsey Neyland INF L/R 5-6 So./TR Shreveport, La. (UCF) 7 Taylor Penn INF R/R 5-4 Fr./HS Forney, Texas (Forney HS) 8 Amanda Gray C R/R 5-5 Fr./HS Allen, Texas (Lovejoy HS) 9 Janine Godwin OF L/R 5-4 Jr./2L Princeton, Texas (Princeton HS) 10 Courtney Lowe INF R/R 5-6 So./1L Junction City, Ark. (Junction City HS) 11 Katelynn Hill OF R/R 5-5 R-Jr./2L Dallas, Texas (Hebron HS) 12 Pauline Tufi P/INF R/R 5-10 Fr./HS Anchorage, Alaska (West Anchorage HS) 13 Hailey Winter INF R/R 5-6 Jr./2L Highland Village, Texas (Flower Mound-Marcus HS) 14 Katelynn Cook OF R/R 5-6 So./1L Chowchilla, Calif. (Northern Colorado) 16 Kristen Miles OF L/R 5-3 So./1L Plano, Texas (Plano Senior HS) 20 Bianca Duran P/INF R/R 5-10 Jr./TR Westminster, Colo. (Western Nebraska) 22 Natalie Moran C R/R 5-9 Fr./HS Covina, Calif. (South Hills HS) 23 Erin Kipp INF/UT R/R 5-7 Sr./3L Bullard, Texas (Bullard HS) 24 Lexi Callan C R/R 5-10 So./TR Canton, Texas (Stephen F. Austin) 32 Alayna Kipp C R/R 5-7 Jr./2L Bullard, Texas (Bullard HS)

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burn, Arkansas, Minnesota, Syracuse, Boston College and New Mexico. Montgomery led the Ladies to the program’s first winning season in 13 years in 2004 and a program recordtying 36 victories as Centenary captured the Mid-Continent Conference Tournament championship and advanced to the school’s first ever NCAA Tournament. Centenary led top-ranked Arizona late in the game before eventually falling 2-1 to the Wildcats. The following season saw Montgomery and the Ladies win 31 games, capture their second straight Mid-Continent Tournament title and return to the NCAA Tournament. One six-year stretch in Shreveport saw Centenary win 30 or more games five times. During his time at Centenary, Montgomery coached 23 all-conference players, two conference newcomers of the year, one conference pitcher of the year, two conference tournament MVPs and several conference all-tournament players. Fo l l o w i n g Centenary’s decision to drop down to Division III, Montgomery accepted the head coaching position at Northern Colorado where he led the program to back-to-back second place finishes in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Mountain Division (2nd place) each season while being named the PCSC Mountain Division Coach of the Year in 2011. The 2012 team won a school record 25 games and broke 21 school records, includ-

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After highly successful head coaching stints at both Centenary and Northern Colorado, Mark Montgomery took over at Louisiana Tech last year after being named only the third head coach of the program in the last three decades. Montgomery wasted little time in making an impact as he guided the Lady Techsters to a 27-26 record and the program’s highest finish ever in the Western Athletic Conference as LA Tech hosted the league postseason tournament as the No. 3 seed. Tech posted an 11-10 mark in WAC play, only the fourth time in the 12-year affiliation that the Lady Techsters finished above .500 in the highly-competitive conference. On the field, Tech recorded its highest team batting average in program history (.289) as six starters recorded batting averages of over .300. Montgomery’s first season also saw four players earn all-conference honors as freshman Anna Cross and senior Amanda Krueger were both named first team and senior Melanie Goff and junior Erin Kipp were named second team. Cross was also the first Lady Techster to ever earn the WAC Freshman of the Year award. Off the field the Lady Techsters were also impressive in the classroom and in the community. Erin Kipp became only the fifth LA Tech softball student-athlete to earn CoSIDA Academic All-American honors while 10 Lady Techsters earned Academic All-WAC accolades. Montgomery came to Louisiana Tech after spending two years at NAIA Georgetown (Ky.) College, eight years at Centenary College and two years at Northern Colorado. He has won 357 career games on the college level. The Kentucky native has led his teams to eight winning seasons during his 13 years, including seven seasons of 30 or more wins, while guiding Centenary to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances in 2004 and 2005. During his time at Centenary (2003-2010), Montgomery won 216 games, including victories over Florida, Au-

ing wins, batting average and extra base hits. Montgomery’s teams have always been highly successful away from the softball diamond as each one of them has registered a team grade point average above 3.0 for the past 11 years. His 2001 team at Georgetown College posted a cumulative GPA that ranked in the top 10 of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Academic Teams. His Northern Colorado team in 2012 finished ranked No. 2 in the country in team GPA. Prior to his collegiate coaching experience, Montgomery served as the softball coach at Lafayette (Ky.) High School where he won seven district titles, five regional titles and one state championship title while posting a 170-73 record. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky in 1992 and his master’s degree from Georgetown College in 2000. Montgomery and his wife Melanie have three daughters: Bailey, Emma and Adrienne.

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Jeannie Murphy enters her second year in Ruston as an assistant coach on Mark Montgomery’s staff at Louisiana Tech University. Murphy came to Ruston after spending the past three seasons as Montgomery’s assistant coach at the University of Northern Colorado where she assisted with all facets of the program, including recruiting, administration, on-the-field coaching, fundraising and community service. She works primarily with the LA Tech outfielders and all of the Lady Assistant Coach Techster hitters. “Jeannie and I worked together at Northern Colorado, and no coach @jdoug86 is more diligent or conscientious than Jeannie,” Montgomery said. “Her passion is obvious and her motives pure. She wants to see every player develop into both the best athlete and the best person they can be, and she works tirelessly to make that happen. “Jeannie is a tremendous young hitting coach. As a player for Oklahoma, she has seen the top level and will work hard to help us get there.” During her first season in Ruston, Murphy helped guide the Lady Techsters to a 27-26 record and the program’s highest finish in its 12-year affiliation in the Western Athletic Conference. Tech also posted the highest team batting average (.289) in the program’s history as six starters batted .300 or better. Murphy also helps oversee academics for the LA Tech softball student-athletes. This past season saw junior Erin Kipp become only the fifth Lady Techster to ever earn CoSIDA Academic All-American honors while 10 players earned Academic All-WAC accolades in 2013. During her time at Northern Colorado, the former University of Oklahoma standout helped mold the program’s offense as the 2012 team set 18 program records, including batting average (.291), slugging percentage (.436) and on-base percentage (.388). Before coaching at Northern Colorado, Murphy won a Big 12 championship as a player on the Oklahoma softball team in 2007, and she was part of another Big 12 title in 2009 as a Sooners graduate assistant. Douglas was a four-year letter-winner for legendary coach Patty Gasso at Oklahoma seeing action in 87 games and earning Academic All-Big 12 First Team honors in 2009 in her final playing season in Norman. She earned her bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies from OU in 2009 and is scheduled to complete her master’s degree in athletic administration and higher education this summer. She married Matt Murphy in January, and the couple resides in Ruston.

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Emerald Doria enters her first season as an assistant coach for Mark Montgomery and the Louisiana Tech softball program. Doria, who has spent the past four years at C.E. Byrd High School including three as the head coach of the varsity program, lettered for four years at Centenary College in Shreveport where she played for Montgomery. “We are so excited to have Emerald join our staff,” Montgomery Assistant Coach said. “Her experience having played at the highest level and having four years of coaching experience will allow her to make an immediate impact @uncommon1417 on our program. She was a phenomenal player and captain for me at Centenary, and I am sure she will be a great addition to the Louisiana Tech Athletic Family.” During her career at Centenary, Doria became one of the Ladies alltime offensive leaders as she still ranks in numerous categories, including No. 1 in runs scored (127), No. 1 in walks (107), No. 3 in hits (165), No. 3 in home runs (22), No. 3 in slugging percentage (.458), No. 5 in at bats (586) and No. 5 in total bases (259). She was a three-time all-conference selection (1st team Mid-Con in 2006; 2nd team Summit League in 2007, 2008) while also earning the Mid-Con Conference Freshman of the Year award and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association co-Freshman of the Year award in 2006. She was a four-year starter at shortstop and a two-time team captain for Montgomery. “It has always been one of my biggest dreams to coach at the collegiate level,” Doria said. “Joining the staff of an NCAA Division I softball program excites me beyond words. Working side-by-side with my former college coach is such a privilege. He has an immeasurable knowledge of the game. I cannot think of a better institution to begin such a journey, while at the same time, call it home.” Doria began her coaching career as an assistant in 2009 for the late Dan Moreman at Byrd High School. In December of 2009, she took over as the associate head coach and then was promoted to head coach in August of 2010. During her time at Byrd, she led the Yellow Jackets to a pair of district titles and four playoff appearances while being named the district coach of the year in 2011. The San Antonio, Texas native earned her bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science at Centenary 2010 and is pursuing her master’s degree in education.

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KATELYNN

HILL

OF | 5-5 | R-Jr. | 2L

Dallas, Texas (Hebron HS)

2013: Missed the entire season while recovering from surgery ...

L A D Y

2012: Named to the all-tournament teams at the LSU Tiger Classic and the Mississippi State Bulldog Classic ... Saw action in 50 games, making 45 starts ... Batted .252 with 31 hits in 123 at bats ... Recorded six doubles and seven home runs ... Scored 15 runs and registered 19 RBI ... Was 3-of-3 in stolen bases ... Recorded a .472 slugging percentage which ranked second highest on the team ... Totaled five multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games ... Started the season by hitting a home run in the first three games against Michigan, Penn State and Michigan ... Also homered against Southern Miss, Eastern Illinois, Fresno State and Nevada ... Hit the game-tying two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth in a 6-5 win over Nevada in the WAC Tournament ... Had a season-high three RBI in a win over Eastern Illinois ... Had multi-hit games against the likes of Michigan, Baylor and Fresno State ...

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T E C H S T E R

2011: Saw action in 27 games, making 11 starts in the outfield ... Batted .294 on the year with 10 hits in 34 at bats ... Totaled one double, one triple and one home run ... Scored six runs and drove in four runs ... Walked four times and registered a .385 on-base percentage ... Registered a .958 fielding percentage with only one error in 24 chances ... Recorded a career-high three hits in a 7-1 win over Utah State ... Registered her first career home run in a 13-6 victory over Utah State ... Nine of her 10 hits came over the final seven games of the year as she hit safely in six of those games ...

S O F T B A L L

High School: Lettered four years for coach Sue Dunn and the Hebron High School Hawks ... Led her team to a 27-12 record as a senior as well as the bi-district, area, and Region 1 championships ... Led Hebron to the state semifinals in Austin as a senior while batting .350 ... Was team captain her final three years in high school ... Named first team all-district as a senior, second team all-district as a freshman and sophomore and honorable mention all-district as a junior ... Was chosen to play for the North Texas All-Star team following her senior season ... Was the co-Offensive Player of the Year for her high school as a junior ... Played volleyball as a freshman ... Travel Ball: Played for coach Kent Weddle and the Texas Glory ... Helped lead the team to the ASA Nationals in the summer of 2009 and the Southern Nationals in 2008 ...

Personal:

Full name is Katelynn Ann Hill ... Daughter of MaryJo and Mason Hill ... Has one sister, Erinn ... Born Aug. 8, 1991.

Hill’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2011 .294 27-11 34 6 10 1 1 1 4 16 .471 4 1 7 0 .385 0 1 0-1 21 2 1 2012 .252 50-45 123 15 31 6 0 7 19 58 .472 12 0 24 1 .319 0 4 3-3 46 0 2 2013 DNP - Injury TOTAL .261 77-56 157 21 41 7 1 8 23 74 .471 16 1 31 1 .333 0 5 3-4 67 2 3

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ERIN

KIPP

INF/UT | 5-7 | Sr. | 3L Bullard, Texas (Bullard HS)

Personal:

Full name is Erin Ellyce Kipp ... Daughter of Steve and Leanne Kipp ... Has one sister, Alayna ... Born Sept. 10, 1991.

L A D Y T E C H S T E R

2013: Named to the Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American second team, becoming the first Lady Techster since 1999 to earn the prestigious honor ... Named to the Capitol One CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Team ... Named Academic All-WAC ... Named second team all-WAC by the league coaches ... Named first team all-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com ... Named to the NFCA All-Central Region second team ... Named second team all-state by the LSWA ... Saw action in 51 games, making 48 starts mostly at the DP position ... Batted .349 with 51 hits in 146 at bats ... Totaled 14 doubles, two triples and four home runs ... Scored 28 runs and registered 22 RBI ... Walked 15 times and struck out only 13 times ... Was 11-of-15 in stolen bases ... Led team with 81 total bases and a .555 slugging percentage ... Recorded 13 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games ... Was 3-2 in the circle with a 5.62 earned run average ... Threw 23.2 innings allowing 37 hits and issuing only four walks ... Hit a three-run home run in a win over WAC champion and NCAA Tournament participant San Jose State ... Had three hits and a home run in a win over Seattle ... Recorded two doubles in a loss to NCAA tournament participant Jacksonville State ...

District 17-3A title as a junior ... Also led the program to its first ever playoff win as a freshman ... Reached the regional quarterfinals as a sophomore and junior ... Named the District 14-3A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman while also earning the all-East Texas Newcomer of the Year ... Named third team all-state as a freshman ... Named team MVP as a freshman and junior ... Named District 14-3A MVP as a sophomore ... Named All-East Texas MVP as a sophomore ... Named second team allstate as a sophomore ... Named first team all-district and all-East Texas as a junior ... Named honorable mention all-state as a junior ... Named academic all-district three times ... Has recorded a mark of 75-15 in the circle during her three years with a 0.38 ERA and 1,007 strikeouts ... Holds every school pitching record ... Played volleyball as a freshman ... Member of the National Honor Society, the Key Club, the Spanish Club and the Science Club ... Travel Ball: Plays for coach Dan Adkins and the Texas Glory Gold ...

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2012: Named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 team ... Named LSWA Hitter of the Week (March 27) ... Saw action in 43 games, making 32 starts ... Batted .281 on the year with 32 hits in 114 at bats ... Totaled six doubles, one triple and three home runs ... Scored 17 runs and drove in 19 ... Was 2-of-2 in stolen bases ... Had eight multi-hit games, including a team high four games of three or more hits ... Had three multi-RBI games ... In the circle, was 5-7 with a 5.56 ERA ... Pitched 61.2 innings while allowing 96 hits and 22 walks ... Struck out 14 ... Had 17 appearances in the circle, making 14 starts and registering three complete games ... Tied a Louisiana Tech single game record with six RBI in a 10-1 win over Utah State (the record was broken later in the year) ... Had three hits in the six-RBI game, including a double and a triple ... Recorded three hits and three RBI, including a home run, in a win over Texas-Arlington ... Homered against Central Arkansas, UTA and McNeese State ... Threw a complete-game shutout in a win over Texas-Arlington ... Pitched a complete-game win allowing only one unearned run in victory over New Mexico State ... Also posted wins over Mississippi Valley State, Stephen F. Austin and Eastern Illinois ...

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2011: Named Academic All-WAC ... Saw action in 25 games, making nine starts ... Batted .184 with seven hits in 38 at bats ... Totaled two doubles and two home runs ... Scored four runs and drove in six ... In the circle, was 1-7 with a 5.72 earned run average ... Tossed 63.2 innings, allowing 95 hits and 26 walks ... Struck out 27 ... Won her first collegiate start, tossing a complete-game five hitter in a 4-1 win over Bowling Green ... Struck out a career-high five batters in 6.0 innings in a loss to Big 10 foe Purdue ... Tossed a career-high 8.1 innings in an extra inning loss to Southeastern Louisiana in which she surrendered only one earned run ... Recorded all six of her RBI in the final five games of the year ... Hit the first home run of her softball career (on any level) in a 11-10 extra inning loss to Utah State ... Registered a career-high two hits and three RBI in that loss ... Hit the game-winning two-run home run in a 2-0 win at Fresno State in the first game of the 2011 WAC Tournament ... High School: Lettered four years for coaches Billy Holcomb and Shelly Ritch at Bullard High School in Texas ... Helped lead the Panthers to the District 14-3A title as a sophomore (the first in school history) and the

Kipp’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb 2011 .184 25-9 38 4 7 2 0 2 6 15 2012 .281 43-32 114 17 32 6 1 3 19 49 2013 .349 51-48 146 27 51 14 2 4 22 81 TOTAL .302 119-89 298 48 90 22 3 9 47 145 Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

era w-l app 5.72 1-7 15 5.56 5-7 17 5.62 3-2 10 5.64 9-16 42

gs cg 9 3 11 3 4 1 24 7

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sho sv ip h r er 0/0 1 63.2 95 66 52 1/0 0 61.2 96 65 49 1/0 0 23.2 37 22 19 2/0 1 149.0 228 153 120

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ob% sf sh sb-att po .220 1 0 0-0 1 .328 0 3 2-2 15 .422 1 2 11-15 10 .362 2 5 13-17 26

3b hr bf bavg wp 4 9 317 .348 2 0 16 316 .348 3 0 3 114 .359 0 4 28 747 .350 5

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a e fld% 25 0 1.000 18 1 .971 6 0 1.000 49 1 .987 bk 2 1 1 4

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DURAN

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P/INF | 5-10 | Jr. | TR

Westminster, Colo. (Standley Lake HS)

L A D Y

Junior College: Lettered two years for coach Maria Winn at Western Nebraska Community College ... Helped lead the Cougars to the Region 9 regular season and tournament championships in 2012 ... She led the Cougars to a 55-10 record and the regular season championship in 2013 ... Named Region 9 Freshman of the Year and All-Region 9 first team pitcher in 2012 ... Named Region 9 Pitcher and Player of the Year in 2013 ... Named the NJCAA DI Pitcher of the Week (April 28, 2013) ... Holds the school record for career home runs (40), single season home runs (23), single season doubles (29), single season batting average (.545), single season hits (110), career wins and single season wins (36) ... As a sophomore, she batted .545 with 23 home runs, 29 doubles, 67 runs and 85 RBI ... Among NJCAA Division I players, she ranked No. 2 in batting average, No. 4 in RBI and No. 4 in home runs ... In the circle as a sophomore, she was 36-3 with two saves ... She boasted a 1.11 earned run average, recording 181 strikeouts and only 37 walks in 232.2 IP ... She led the country in wins ...

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High School: Played for Carrie Ott at Standley Lake High School in Colorado where she pitched and played first base for the Gators ... Fourtime first team all-conference and team MVP ... Played in the 5A allstate game as a senior ... Named Regional Player of the Year as a senior ...Named all-state as a senior ... Batted .495 and had a 1.02 earned run average as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball for two years ...

Personal:

Full name is Bianca Rae Duran ... Daughter of Deanna and Ray Duran ... Has one brother, Kyle ... Born Feb. 3, 1993 in Westminster, Colorado.

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JANINE

GODWIN

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OF | 5-4 | Jr. | 2L

Princeton, Texas (Princeton HS)

2013: Named Academic All-WAC ... Saw action in 42 games, making 15 starts in the outfield ... Batted .158 with six hits in 38 at bats ... Registered one triple ... Scored six runs and recorded four RBI ... Was 4-of-4 in stolen bases ... Walked 11 times and registered a .347 on-base percentage ... Recorded a career-high two hits, three runs and two RBI in a win over Southern ... Recorded one hit and one RBI in the first two games of the year against Tennessee-Martin and Jacksonville State ... Also registered a hit in a loss to Stephen F. Austin ...

L A D Y

2012: Saw action in 41 games, making 10 starts during the year ... Batted .154 with four hits in 26 at bats ... Scored 11 runs ... Was 1-of-1 in stolen base attempts ... Registered her first career collegiate hit in a win over Southern Mississippi ... Also had hits against George Washington, Texas Arlington and nationally-ranked Hawaii ... Scored a career-high two runs in a win over Texas-Arlington ... Registered her first collegiate stolen base in a win over Stephen F. Austin ...

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High School: Lettered four years for coach Craig Deputy at Princeton High School in Texas ... Played second base and centerfield for the program ... Helped lead the team to the district championship in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and a regional semifinalist appearance ... As a senior batted .377 with 23 hits (7 triples), 33 runs and 21 RBI ... Was 16-of-19 in stolen bases as a senior ... As a junior, batted .428 and led the district with 27 stolen bases ... Four-time first team all-district ... Named Academic allarea in softball as a junior ... Also lettered in volleyball and track and field ... Was the district champion in the 100-meter hurdles in 2009 and was a regional finalist in the event ... Member of the National Honor Society and the FCA ... Played travel ball for the Texas Glory Adkins GOLD and coaches Kyle Strickland and Dan Adkins ... Has made an appearance in the ASA Nationals every year since 2003 ...

S O F T B A L L

Personal:

Full name is Janine Nicole Godwin ... Daughter of Jeffrey and Katherine Godwin ... Has one brother, Graham ... Born July 12, 1993 in Richardson, Texas.

Godwin’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b 2012 .154 41-10 26 11 4 0 0 2013 .158 42-15 38 6 6 0 1 TOTAL .156 83-25 64 17 10 0 1

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tb 4 8 12

slg% .154 .211 .188

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ALAYNA

KIPP

C | 5-6 | Jr. | 2L

Bullard, Texas (Bullard HS)

L A D Y

2013: Named Academic All-WAC ... Saw action in 50 games, making 49 starts at catcher or DP ... Batted .267 with 35 hits in 131 at bats ... Totaled four doubles, one triple and two home runs ... Scored 19 runs and registered 16 RBI ... Was 5-of-6 in stolen bases ... Recorded nine multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games ... Registered a career-high three hits in a win over Texas State ... Drove home a career-high three RBI in wins over UL-Monroe and Southern ... Hit a three-run home run against ULMonroe ... Had a home run and triple in the win over Southern ... Registered two RBI in a win over NCAA Tournament participant Northwestern State ... Stole a career-high two bases in a win over Alcorn State ...

T E C H S T E R

2012: Saw action in 54 games, making 51 starts at catcher and the designated player ... Batted .197 with 26 hits in 132 at bats ... Totaled two doubles and five home runs ... Scored 11 runs and registered 16 RBI ... Threw out 12 of 46 base steals, including some of the WAC’s top threats in NMSU’s Amber Olive, BYU’s Jessica Dugas and Nevada’s Karley Hopkins ... Had four multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games ... Recorded a career-high three hits in a win over Southern Miss ... Registered her first collegiate hit in a win over Penn State ... Hit her first collegiate home run in a loss to Evansville ... Hit the game-winning two-run home run in win over George Washington ... Hit the go-ahead three-run home run in win over New Mexico State ... Hit a solo home run in 17-7 win over Fresno State ... Hit safely in three of the four WAC Tournament games ...

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High School: Lettered as a freshman and sophomore on varsity for Coach Shelly Ritch and Coach Billy Holcomb at Bullard High School ... Played catcher and shortstop and pitched ... Helped lead the Panthers to the District 14-3A title as a freshman (the first in school history) and the District 17-3A title as a sophomore ... Reached the regional quarterfinals as a freshman and sophomore ... Named District 17-3A Offensive MVP as a sophomore and senior ... Named Newcomer of the Year in District 14-3A as a freshman ... Also named the team’s defensive player of the year as well as honorable mention all-East Texas ... Named first team all-District 17-3A and all-East Texas as a sophomore ... Named first team all-state as a sophomore and senior ... Did not play high school softball as a junior ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Plays travel ball for coach Dan Adkins and the Texas Glory Adkins Gold ...

S O F T B A L L

Personal:

Full name is Alayna Denise Kipp ... Daughter of Steve and Leanne Kipp ... Has one sister, Erin, who is a sophomore on the LA Tech softball team this year ... Born Nov. 5, 1992 in Tyler, Texas.

Kipp’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b 2012 .197 54-51 132 11 26 2 0 2013 .267 50-49 131 19 35 4 1 TOTAL .232 104-100 263 30 61 6 1

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WINTER

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INF | 5-6 | Jr. | 2L

Highland Village, Texas (Flower Mound-Marcus HS)

2013: Saw action in 29 games, making eight starts at catcher or third base ... Batted .115 during the season with three hits in 26 at bats ... Recorded one double ... Scored two runs and registered four RBI ... Was 1-of-1 in stolen bases ... Registered one sacrifice fly ... Recorded hits against Southern and Utah State (twice) ... Registered a double and a career-high two RBI against Utah State ... Also drove home a run with a sacrifice fly in a win over Southern ... Scored runs against Alcorn State and New Mexico State ...

L A D Y

2012: Saw action in 42 games, making 37 starts at third base ... Batted .152 with seven hits in 46 at bats ... Registered two RBI during the season ... Committed only four errors in 116 chances at third base for a .967 fielding percentage ... Recorded a career-high two hits in a win over Big 10 foe Penn State ... Registered her first collegiate RBI in a win over Northwestern State ... Had her only double of the year in win over Eastern Illinois ... Recorded an RBI in win over Texas-Arlington ...

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High School: Lettered four years for coach Christy Tumilty at Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas ... Played outfield and all four infield positions during her career ... Named the District 8-5A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Named first team all-district as a senior and second team all-district as a junior ... Named the team MVP as a senior ... Played travel ball for the Texas Glory Adkins GOLD and coaches Kyle Strickland, Dan Adkins, Steve Cantu and Steve Kipp ...

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Full name is Hailey Kathryn Winter ... Daughter of Bill and Paula Winter ... Has one sister, Candice ... Born July 10, 1992 in Lewisville, Texas.

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Winter’s Career Stats Year avg 2012 .152 2013 .115 TOTAL .139

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LEXI

CALLAN

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C | 5-10 | So. | TR

Canton, Texas (Stephen F. Austin)

High School: A four-year starter and letter winner at Canton High School for head coach Aaron Slider ... Named first-team all-District 14-3A catcher as a freshman ... Named District 14-3A Offensive Player of the Year and all-East Texas first-team selection as a catcher as a sophomore ... Named honorable mention all-state and first-team all-District 14-3A first base as a junior ... Named first-team all-District 14-3A third base as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball, power lifting and track ... Played club softball for the SC Mean Green under coach David Cotton from 2005-2012 ... Member of the National Honor Society ...

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Full name is Alexis Brooke Callan ... Daughter of Jeff and DeAnne Callan ...Has one brother, Brett ... Born Jan. 26, 1994 in Dallas, Texas.

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Stephen F. Austin: Played in 27 games, making 20 starts as a true freshman ... Batted .130 with seven hits in 54 at bats ... Drove in four runs and had a pair of two-hit games ...

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COOK

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OF | 5-6 | So. | 1L

Chowchilla, Calif. (Northern Colorado/Chowchilla HS)

2013: Saw action in 29 games, making two starts in the outfield ... Batted .200 on the year with two hits in 10 at bats ... Recorded one double ... Scored four runs and registered two RBI ... Was 1-of-3 in stolen bases ... Registered her first collegiate RBI in an extra inning loss to Delaware ... Recorded her first collegiate hit (and an RBI) in a loss to Top 25 ranked UL-Lafayette ... Recorded a double in a win over UT Arlington ...

L A D Y

High School: Lettered in each of her four years at Chowchilla Union High School for coach Fred Gaummitz ... As a junior, Cook helped deliver Chowchilla’s first Central Section Division 4 title since 1994 ... In the Redskin’s 11-1 win in the championship, Cook plated their first two runs with a two-run single in the bottom of the first ... As a junior, Cook batted .419 with 20 RBI while slugging .644 ... As a senior, she batted .415 with a .769 slugging percentage ... Was named all-North Sequoia League as a sophomore, junior and senior ... As a sophomore, Cook was named Chowchilla Union’s Underclass Woman of the Year ... Named the team’s most outstanding player and best defensive player as a senior ... Originally signed with Mark Montgomery at Northern Colorado but was granted her release and followed Montgomery to LA Tech ...

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Full name Katelynn Breanna Cook ... Daughter of Troy and Patricia Cook ... Has one brother, Johnathan ... Born Feb. 7, 1995 in Chowchilla, Calif.

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Cook’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2013 .200 29-2 10 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .300 0 0 3 0 .200 0 1 1-3 7 0 1 .875 TOTAL .200 29-2 10 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .300 0 0 3 0 .200 0 1 1-3 7 0 1 .875

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ANNA

CROSS

P/INF | 5-10 | So. | 1L

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Cross Roads, Texas (Cross Roads HS)

2013: Named WAC Freshman of the Year by league coaches and by CollegeSportsMadness.com ... Named first team all-WAC by league coaches ... Named second team all-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com ... Named WAC Pitcher of the Week (April 1) ... Named LSWA Pitcher of the Week (April 1) ... Named Academic All-WAC ... Started 52 games at either shortstop, right field or pitcher ... Batted .323 with 40 hits in 124 at bats ... Totaled nine doubles and six home runs ... Scored 30 runs and drove home 29 more ... Was 20-of-22 in stolen bases ... Was 6-8 with a 3.06 earned run average in the circle ... Made 26 appearances in the circle while starting 19 games ... Threw 96.0 innings allowing 97 hits and issuing 70 walks ... Struck out 27 ... Recorded nine multi-hit games and even multi-RBI games ... Was 2-for-3 with three RBI in a win over NCAA Tournament participant Northwestern State ... Was 2-for-3 with four RBI as she hit her first collegiate grand slam in a win over New Mexico State ... Was 2-for-3 with three RBI in a win over Southern ... Also homered against UL-Monroe, New Mexico State, Northwestern State and Utah State ... Stole a season-high three bases in win over UL-Monroe ... Picked up her first collegiate win in the circle in an 8-4 win at New Mexico State, handing the Aggies their only conference loss at home in 12 games ... Pitched a complete-game, one-hit shutout over NCAA participant Northwestern State ... Threw four more shutout innings (allowing only one hit) and picked up another win against NCAA participant Northwestern State ... High School: Lettered four years for coach Steve Tardiff at Cross Roads High School in Texas ... Helped lead the Bobcats to the District 21-1A title all four years and a third place finish in the state tournament in 2010 ... As a junior, batted .600 with eight doubles, four triples and six home runs ... Scored 34 runs and drove in 42 ... Was 12-of-13 on stolen bases ... Named the District 21-1A Newcomer of the Year in 2009 ... Named the District 21-1A MVP in 2010 and 2011 ... Named the Player of the Year for Henderson County in 209 and 2010 ... Named all-state in 2011 ... Named to the 2010 All-East Texas Team ... Lettered four years in volleyball, two years in basketball, two years in track and three years in golf ... Named the 2009 District 21-1A MVP Hitter in volleyball ... Named All-Henderson County in 2009 in volleyball ... Named all-state in 2009 and 2010 in volleyball ... Named first team all-district in basketball in 2008 ... Played travel ball for coach David Cotton and the ASA A Nationals for three years ...

Personal:

Full name is Anna Elizabeth Cross ... Daughter of John Cross and Alison Bristow ... Has two sisters, Lorin and Lindsey ... Born July 19, 1994 in Athens, Texas.

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Cross’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2013 .323 52-52 124 30 40 9 0 6 29 67 .540 15 0 30 3 .393 1 1 20-22 58 95 12 .927 TOTAL .323 52-52 124 30 40 9 0 6 29 67 .540 15 0 30 3 .393 1 1 20-22 58 95 12 .927 Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp 2013 3.06 6-8 26 19 4 1/2 0 96.0 97 50 42 70 27 10 1 5 453 .263 15 1 TOTAL 3.06 6-8 26 19 4 1/2 0 96.0 97 50 42 70 27 10 1 5 453 .263 15 1

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COURTNEY

LOWE

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INF | 5-6 | So. | 1L

Junction City, Ark.(Junction City HS)

2013: Saw action in 14 games, making seven starts at third base or catcher ... Missed the majority of the season with an injury ... Was 0-for-4 at the plate ... Drew one walk ... Scored two runs ...

L A D Y

High School: Lettered three years for coach Kendall Hutcheson and coach Steve Burroughs at Junction City High School ... Helped lead the Dragons to the District 8-2A title in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Led the team to the Arkansas 2A state title as senior ... Named the Arkansas Class 2A State Tournament MVP ... Also led the program to the Arkansas 2A state runner-up title and the Arkansas South Region championship in 2010 ... Named Arkansas 2A all-state four straight years ... Named the El Dorado Times Player of the Year in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Named All-Arkansas by the Arkansas Democratic Gazette in 2010 and 2011 ... Named All-District 8-2A in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Batted .501 with 21 doubles, five home runs and 46 RBI as a junior ... Also scored 40 runs ... Played travel ball for the American Freedom Gold and coach Alyson Trout ...

T E C H S T E R

Personal:

Full name is Courtney Nicole Lowe ... Daughter of Robby and Ellen Lowe ... Has one brother, Joseph ... Born Sept. 21, 1993 in El Dorado, Arkansas.

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Lowe’s Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb 2013 .000 14-7 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 TOTAL .000 14-7 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1

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MILES

OF | 5-3 | So. | 1L

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T E C H S T E R

S O F T B A L L

Plano, Texas (Plano Senior HS)

2013: Named Academic All-WAC ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Named the LSWA Hitter of the Week (March 14) ... Named second team all-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com ... Started all 53 games, including 52 starts in left field ... Batted .331 on the year with 52 hits in 157 at bats ... Recorded three doubles ... Scored 37 runs and drove home three ... Was 16-of-19 in stolen bases ... Led the team with seven sacrifices ... Didn’t record an error all season in 73 chances ... Led team with 15 multi-hit games ... Recorded a career-high four hits and scored three runs in a win over Southern ... Registered three hits in a loss to Southern Miss ... Was 3-for-3 with two runs in a win over Nicholls State ... Stole a season-high three bases in a win over Alcorn State ... Was 2-for-4 with an RBI in an extra inning loss to Delaware ... Also had RBI’s against Southern and Seattle ... Had the game-winning RBI on a sacrifice fly against Seattle ... High School: Lettered four years for coach Cynthia Zea at Plano Senior High School ... Played outfield and second base for the Wildcats ... Helped lead the program to the District 8-5A title, the Texas 5A state semifinals and the Texas Region I championship as a junior ... Team finished ranked nationally in numerous polls, including No. 10 in National Fastpitch Coaches Association and No. 14 in ESPN Rise ... Also finished third in Texas in the Texas Girls Coaches Association ... As a junior, batted .546 with 85 hits, 50 runs and 27 RBI ... Was a perfect 26-of-26 in stolen bases ... The 85 hits and .546 batting average were school single season records ... Named NFCA Academic All-American four straight years ... Named the Texas Girls Coaches Association first team all-state as junior and senior ... Named Texas Sports Writers Association 5A 1st team all-state and 5A state all-tournament team as a junior and senior ... Named to the Dallas-Ft. Worth all-area team as a junior ... Named AllVYPE softball first team and the District Offensive Player of the Year as junior and senior ... Earned the program’s MVP and Defensive POY award and Wildcat Team Leadership Award ... Named a NFCA Scholar Athletes three straight years ... Played travel ball for the Texas Glory and coach Kevin Shelton ...

Personal:

Full name is Kristen Miles ... Daughter of Tom and Janet Miles ... Has one brother, Shawn ... Has two sisters, Nikki and Katie ... Born Dec. 3, 1993 in Plano, Texas.

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Miles’ Career Stats Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp 2013 .331 53-53 157 37 52 3 0 0 3 55 .350 10 0 15 1 TOTAL .331 53-53 157 37 52 3 0 0 3 55 .350 10 0 15 1

ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% .369 1 7 16-19 69 4 0 1.000 .369 1 7 16-19 69 4 0 1.000

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LINDSEY

NEYLAND

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INF | 5-6 | So. | TR Shreveport, La. (UCF)

UCF: Saw action in 34 games for UCF ... Collected one hit in seven at bats ... Scored eight runs ... Was 4-of-5 in stolen base attempts ...

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High School: Lettered six years at Evangel Christian Academy for coach Sher Mueller ... Helped lead the Eagles to three straight state titles in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... Also led ECA to the state championship game in 2012 ... Won the district title all six years she competed on varsity ... Named all-district at shortstop six straight years ... Was the district MVP as a junior when she batted .444 with 44 runs scored and 25 stolen bases ... Named to the Shreveport Times All-City team in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Named all-state her final three years in high school ... Named second team all-American by the NFCA in 2012 ... Named Player of the Year in 2012 by the Shreveport Times ... Named first team all-region in 2012 and second team all-region in 2011 by the NFCA ... Earned the National Scholar Athlete Award as a senior granted by the US Army Reserve for academic and athletic excellence ... Named Academic All-State ... Participated for the West Team in the 2012 Louisiana High School All-Star game ... Finished her high school career ranked in the ECA record books in at bats (No. 1 with 517), runs scored (No. 1 with 184), hits (No. 2 with 183), stolen bases (No.2 with 77), sac bunts (No. 4 with 20), batting average (No. 6 at.361) and on-base percentage (No. 8 at.452) ...

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Full name is Lindsey Taylor Neyland ... Daughter of Chuck Neyland ... Has one brother, Trey ... Born Dec. 29, 1993 in Barrington, Illinois.

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CHARTERS

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OF | 5-2 | Fr. | HS

Keller, Texas (Keller HS)

High School: Lettered four years for coach Lindsay Strong at Keller High School in Texas ... Played outfield for the Indians ... Led Keller to the District 7-5A championship as both a sophomore and junior ... Also led the Indians to the regional final in 2011 and the regional semifinals in 2013 ... As a senior, batted .427 with 55 runs scored and 27 stolen bases ... The 55 runs scored was a school record ... Batted .440 with 20 stolen bases as a junior ... Batted .467 as a sophomore (ranks 5th all-time) and recorded 58 hits ( ranks 3rd) ... Named the Dallas-Ft. Worth Newcomer of the Year ... Three-time first team all-District 7-5A ... Selected to play in the Dallas-Ft. Worth 5A All-Star game ... Three-time Academic All-District ... Played travel ball for coach Tim Soefje and the American Freedom Gold .

Personal:

Full name is Victoria Brooke Charters ... Daughter of Ian and Debra Charters ... Has one sister, Natalie ... Born Aug. 30, 1994 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

GRAY

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C | 5-5 | Fr. | HS

Allen, Texas (Lovejoy HS)

High School: Lettered four years for coach Amanda Douglas at Lovejoy High School in Texas ... Was the catcher for the Leopards ... As a senior batted .460 with nine home runs and 62 RBIs ... As a junior she batted .416 with 18 RBIs ... Named first team all-district three straight years ... Named Catcher of the Year in District 11-3A in both 2011 and 2012 ... Was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 3A all-state team in 2012 ... Named the Texas Sports Writers Association first team all-state in 2013 ... Named to the 2013 TGCA all-state tournament team ... Named all-area first team in 2013 and honorable mention in 2012 ... Named an alternate to the TGCA all-star team in 2013 ... Named the Lovejoy High School Varsity Sports Defensive MVP in 2012 ... Named first team allColin County by VYPE Magazine ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Was named Academic All-District in 2010 and 2013 ... Plays travel ball for coach Aaron Lusk and the Texas Glory Gold ...

Personal:

Full name is Amanda Michelle Gray ... Daughter of Kim and Greg Gray ... Has one brother, Garrett ... Born June 26, 1995 in Escondido, California.

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International Experience: Earned a spot on the Canadian Junior Women’s National Softball Team and competed in the 2013 ISF X Junior Women’s World Championship in Brampton, Ontario in July of 2013 ...

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MORAN

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C | 5-9 | Fr. | HS

Covina, Calif. (South Hills HS)

Full name is Natalie Christine Moran ... Daughter of Charlie and Nita Moran ... Has one brother, Julian ... Born January 23, 1995 in West Covina, California.

INF | 5-4 | Fr. | HS

Forney, Texas (Forney HS)

High School: Lettered four years for coach Eric Montgomery at Forney High School in Texas ... Helped lead the Jackrabbits to the district title all four years ... Also led Forney to the Texas Class 4A state championship game as a sophomore ... Led the Jackrabbits to back-to-back appearances at the Texas state tournament (only four teams advance to state each year) ... Batted. 405 with 12 doubles and 38 RBIs as a senior ... Batted .368 with 19 extra base hits as a junior at Forney HS ... Named honorable mention all-district as a freshman and sophomore and first team all-district as a junior and senior ... Named third team all-area by the Dallas Morning News as a junior ... Played second base, third base and shortstop during her high school career ... Lettered in basketball as a senior ... Named academic all-district and all-state as a senior ... Plays travel ball for coach Aaron Lusk and the Texas Glory Gold ...

Personal:

Full name is Taylor Madison Penn ... Daughter of Jay and Brenda Penn ... Has one sister, Alex ... Born Oct. 1, 1994 in Dallas, Texas.

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PENN

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High School: Lettered three years for coaches Brandon Gonzalez and Scott Fisch at South Hills High School in California ... Helped lead the Huskies to the 2011 CIF-Southern Section Division 3 championship finals ... During her high school career, recorded a .385 batting average, a .458 on-base average and a .542 slugging percentage ... Named first team all-Sierra League at catcher ... Named to the San Gabriel Valley South all-star team ... Received the Varsity Leadership Award ... Received the Coaches Award as a junior ... Played travel ball for Coach Manny Garcia and Nemesis Elite ... Nemesis Elite finished in the top 10 at the 2013 Fireworks Tournament in Aurora, Colorado ... Travel team also tied for 4th place at 2013 Champions Cup in Irvine, California ... Played in ASA Nationals at 12U, 14U, and 16U as well as PGF Nationals at 18U ... Helped her Nemesis Elite team qualify and will play in the 2013 Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championships ... Graduated with honors ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Was a Top 25 Senior Award recipient ... Was a fourtime scholar athlete ... Was an all-academic selection for the Sierra League ...

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PAULINE

TUFI

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P/INF | 5-10 | Fr. | HS

High School: Lettered four years for coach Jeff Matthis at West Anchorage High School ... Helped lead the Eagles to the state softball championship in 2011 ... Named Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... Four-time all-region team ... Four-time all-state team ... Has played numerous positions in high school, including pitcher, catcher and shortstop ... As a senior she batted .842 with six home runs and 36 RBI along with a 1.474 slugging percentage ... As a senior she was 9-5 with a 1.61 ERA, recording 140 strikeouts in 87 innings ... Lettered in basketball four years, earning all-region honors as a junior ... Lettered in hockey three years, leading the program to the state title as a sophomore ... Named all-region and all-state defensive team as a freshman in hockey ... Lettered on the varsity track and field team three years ... Won the regional championship as a sophomore in the shot put and discus ... Earned an all-academic letter her first three years of high school ... Has been on the 4.0 honor roll five semesters ... Played travel ball for coach Stephanie Klaviter and Dave King on the Triple Crown Stars (Ft. Collins, Colorado) ...

Personal:

Full name is Pauline Lisinia Ariel Tufi ... Daughter of Trevor and Rebecca Mason ... Has two sisters, Alexandra and Manuia ... Has two brothers, Elijah and Carmelo ... Born May 4, 1995 in Anchorage, Alaska.

WILLIAMS

4

INF | 5-6 | Fr. | HS

Glendale, Calif. (Herbert Hoover HS)

High School: Lettered four years for coach Rich Henning at Herbert Hoover High School ... Played shortstop for the Tornadoes ... Batted .528 with eight doubles, four home runs, 19 runs scored and 27 RBIs as a senior ... Batted .478 with 33 hits (6 doubles, 5 triples, 4 home runs), 25 RBI and 20 runs as a junior ... Serves as team captain her final three years ... Named team MVP as sophomore and junior ... Named first team All-Pacific League as sophomore, junior and senior ... Named second team All-Pacific League as freshman ... Three-time first team all-area ... Selected for the 8th Annual East versus West All-Star game as a senior ... Received the Ace Award from the Pacific League as the outstanding female athlete of the year at Herbert Hoover ... Earned the Presidential Service Award as a freshman and sophomore ... Played travel ball for Coach Jim Guido and the So Cal Rage 18U Gold ...

Personal:

Full name is Kaitlyn Noelani Williams ... Daughter of Steve and Debra Williams ... Has one brother, Ryan ... Born May 18, 1995 in Torrance, Calif.

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S O F T B A L L

Anchorage, Alaska (West Anchorage HS)

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2013 Statistics Louisiana Tech Overall Statistics for Louisiana Tech (as of Jan 07, 2014) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 27-26

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Player

avg gp-gs

23 Kipp, Erin 8 Goff, Melanie 16 Miles, Kristen 5 Cross, Anna 2 Krueger, Amanda 7 Frandrup, Janna 32 Kipp, Alayna 15 Knowles, Meghan 21 Hale, Dacia -------------------4 Jones, Michelle 14 Cook, Katelynn 9 Godwin, Janine 13 Winter, Hailey 22 Krieg, Cassie 19 Cantu, Claudia 10 Lowe, Courtney

Home: 8-8

ab

r

53-53

146 116 157 124 148 150 131 136 124

27 15 37 30 38 17 19 18 17

.273 35-32 .200 29-2 .158 42-15 .115 29-8 .100 13-1 .000 21-0 .000 14-7

11 10 38 26 10 9 4

3 4 6 2 1 1 2

3 2 6 3 1 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 0

.349 . 345 .331 . 323 . 318 . 300 . 267 . 265 . 210

51-48 39-39 53-53 52-52 53-53 53-52 50-49 53-53

h

Away: 12-12

2b 3b hr

51 14 40 8 52 3 40 9 47 9 45 4 35 4 36 7 26 2

rbi

Neutral: 7-6

tb slg%

2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

4 0 0 6 6 0 2 5 6

22 32 3 29 25 26 16 18 20

81 48 55 67 76 49 47 58 46

0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 4 4 1 2 0

3 3 8 4 1 0 0

WAC: 11-10

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

15 13 10 15 37 13 14 15 17

4 2 0 0 7 4 5 2 1

13 17 15 30 19 10 23 15 20

1 1 1 3 0 4 2 1 0

.422 . 414 .369 . 393 .474 . 369 .358 . 342 .308

1 2 1 1 0 1 1 2 1

2 0 7 1 2 2 2 2 3

.273 0 . 300 0 .211 11 . 154 0 .100 4 . 000 0 . 000 1

0 0 0 2 0 0 0

2 3 8 8 5 3 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.273 . 200 .347 . 172 .357 . 000 .200

0 0 0 1 0 1 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 1

.555 . 414 .350 . 540 .514 . 327 .359 . 426 .371

po

a

e fld%

11-15 10 6 3-5 40 24 16-19 69 4 20-22 58 95 15-19 112 105 2-2 54 68 5-6 152 21 3-5 331 14 6-7 71 8 5-7 1-3 4-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 1.000 5 .928 0 1.000 12 .927 17 .927 5 .961 4 .977 2 .994 8 .908

42 113 7

9 .945

0

1 .875

27

1

2 .933

25

15

3 .930

0

0

0 .000

1

1

0 1.000

21

8

2 .935

Totals

.289

53

1340

237

387

62

5 29

205

546

.407

165 27

192

13

.375 12 23 92-115

1020

483

70

.956

Opponents

.272

53

1337

231

363

64

8 28

202

527

.394

190 21

168

10

.369

1023

426

55

.963

9 42

27-33

LOB - Team (310), Opp (351). DPs turned - Team (21), Opp (26). IBB - Team (0), Opp (4). Picked off - Krueger, Ama 1, Kipp, Alayna 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

8 Goff, Melanie 5 Cross, Anna 4 Jones, Michelle -------------------23 Kipp, Erin 7 Frandrup, Janna

app gs

cg

sho

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

2.96 4-5 3.06 6-8 3.54 13-9

w-l

24 6 26 19 38 22

0 4 7

0/1 1/2 3/3

4 54.1 61 0 96.0 97 0 140.1 131

36 50 90

23 42 71

22 70 84

24 27 93

10 10 26

5. 6 2 6. 27

10 16

4 2

1 0

1/0 0/1

0 1

23.2 25.2

37 37

22 33

19 23

4 10

17 7

3-2 1-2

sv

ip

3b

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

2 3 1 5 4 13

.2 8 8 2 1 .263 15 1 .241 7 14

1 0 0

3 6 3 10 1 17

9 9

0 1

3 4

.3 5 9 . 339

3 2

1 0

1 1

3 6

0 2

Totals

3. 66

27-26

53 53

12

8/3

5

340.0

363

231

178

190

168

64

8

28

.272

26 21

2

9

42

Opponents

3. 84

26-27

53 53

30

5/0

3

341.0

387

237

187

165

192

62

5

29

.289

20 27

2 12

23

PB - Team (16), Kipp, Alayna 9, Winter, Hail 6, Lowe, Courtn 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (4), Kipp, Alayna 3, Winter, Hail 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Kipp, Alayna (19-25), Jones, Miche (13-15), Cross, Anna (7-9), Winter, Hail (7-7), Goff, Melani (3-5), Kipp, Erin (4-4), Lowe, Courtn (1-1).

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2013 Results Louisiana Tech Game Results for Louisiana Tech (as of Jan 07, 2014) (All games) Date

Opponent L L W L W W W L W L L L L W W W W L L W W W L L W L L W W W W W L L W L L W L W L L L W L W W W W L L

Overall

WAC

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

0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 5-4-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 6-8-0 7-8-0 8-8-0 9-8-0 9-9-0 9-10-0 10-10-0 11-10-0 12-10-0 12-11-0 12-12-0 12-13-0 13-13-0 13-14-0 13-15-0 14-15-0 15-15-0 16-15-0 17-15-0 18-15-0 19-15-0 19-16-0 19-17-0 20-17-0 20-18-0 20-19-0 21-19-0 21-20-0 22-20-0 22-21-0 22-22-0 22-23-0 23-23-0 23-24-0 24-24-0 25-24-0 26-24-0 27-24-0 27-25-0 27-26-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 5-4-0 5-4-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 6-6-0 7-6-0 7-7-0 7-8-0 7-9-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 9-10-0 10-10-0 11-10-0 11-10-0 11-10-0 11-10-0

Pitcher of record

Frandrup, Ja (L 0-1) Kipp, Erin (L 0-1) Jones, Miche (W) Frandrup, Ja (L) Kipp, Erin (W 1-1) Jones, Miche (W 2-0) Kipp, Erin (W 2-1) Jones, Miche (L 2-1) Jones, Miche (W 3-1) Jones, Miche (L 3-2) Jones, Miche (L 3-3) Kipp, Erin (L 2-2) Jones, Miche (L 3-4) Jones, Miche (W 4-4) Jones, Miche (W 5-4) Jones, Miche (W 5-4) Kipp, Erin (W 3-2) Goff, Melani (L 0-1) Jones, Miche (L 6-5) Jones, Miche (W 7-5) Goff, Melani (W 1-1) Jones, Miche (W 8-5) Jones, Miche (L 8-6) Jones, Miche (L 8-7) Cross, Anna (L 0-1) Cross, Anna (W 1-1) Jones, Miche (L 8-8) Cross, Anna (L 1-2) Cross, Anna (W 2-2) Cross, Anna (W) Jones, Miche (W 9-8) Cross, Anna (W 4-2) Jones, Miche (W 10-8) Goff, Melani (W 2-1) Cross, Anna (L 4-3) Goff, Melani (L 2-2) Cross, Anna (W 5-3) Cross, Anna (L 5-4) Goff, Melani (L 2-3) Frandrup, Ja (W 1-2) Cross, Anna (L 5-5) Cross, Anna (W 6-5) Goff, Melani (L 2-4) Cross, Anna (L 6-6) Cross, Anna (L 6-7) Jones, Miche (W 11-8) Goff, Melani (L 2-5) Goff, Melani (W 3-5) Jones, Miche (W 12-8) Goff, Melani (W 4-5) Jones, Miche (W 13-8) Cross, Anna (L 6-8) Jones, Miche (L 13-9)

Attend

Time

71 27 55 0 182 0 0 0 0 38 4 432 30 0 425 25 0 255 25 0 254 24 5 107 35 32 0 72 9 325 15 0 194 330 265 24 8 165 368 42 8 158 345 355 125 127 278 27 5 315 307 233 727 0 0

2:36 1:23 1:39 2:02 1:30 2:05 1:30 2:06 1:04 2:17 1:53 2:09 2:04 1:45 2:00 2:05 1:44 2:00 1:46 1:25 1:55 1:50 1:43 1:13 1:38 2:01 1:30 2:15 1:25 1:28 1:55 2:00 1:55 2:19 2:10 2:08 2:00 1:44 2:05 1:40 1;56 1:50 2:05 2:00 1:36 1:38 1:53 1:52 1:05 1:40 1:32 1:40 1:50

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W

Inns

2-7 1-11 3-0 3-4 8-0 2-0 11-2 4-5 10-0 4-6 3-4 3-11 3-5 11-2 4-3 10-9 8-2 0-6 0-1 13-4 11-6 10-2 1-4 1-9 0-2 8-4 3-11 7-9 8-0 4-1 4-1 9-3 6-5 7-6 3-7 3-8 5-0 0-12 2-4 6-5 2-8 6-1 4-8 2-5 1-4 1-0 1-4 4-3 7-3 6-5 1-0 0-3 1-6

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Score

T E C H S T E R

vs Tennessee-Martin vs Jacksonville State vs Nicholls State vs Delaware vs Alcorn State at McNeese vs Southern U vs Houston Baptist vs Alcorn State vs Northwestern State at Southern Miss vs Northwestern State at Southern Miss vs Louisiana-Monroe at Northwestern State vs Louisiana-Monroe vs Alcorn State at Northwestern State at Stephen F. Austin at Southern U-1 at Southern U-2 at Southern U at #22 Louisiana-1 at #22 Louisiana-2 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at New Mexico State at New Mexico State-1 at New Mexico State-2 NORTHWESTERN STATE UT ARLINGTON-1 UT ARLINGTON-2 UT ARLINGTON NICHOLLS STATE at Texas State-1 at Texas State-2 at Texas State at Northwestern State SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE-1 SAN JOSE STATE-2 SOUTHEASTERN LA at Utah State-1 at Utah State-2 at Utah State UTSA-1 UTSA-2 UTSA at Seattle University-1 at Seattle University-2 at Seattle University #6 UT ARLINGTON #2 NEW MEXICO STATE #4 TEXAS STATE

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Feb 08, 2013 Feb 08, 2013 Feb 09, 2013 Feb 09, 2013 Feb 15, 2013 Feb 15, 2013 Feb 16, 2013 Feb 16, 2013 Feb 17, 2013 Feb 23, 2013 Feb 23, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 01, 2013 Mar 02, 2013 Mar 02, 2013 Mar 03, 2013 Mar 03, 2013 Mar 06, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 10, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 20, 2013 * Mar 22, 2013 * Mar 23, 2013 * Mar 23, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 * Mar 29, 2013 * Mar 29, 2013 * Mar 30, 2013 Apr 02, 2013 * Apr 05, 2013 * Apr 05, 2013 * Apr 06, 2013 Apr 10, 2013 * Apr 12, 2013 * Apr 13, 2013 * Apr 13, 2013 Apr 17, 2013 * Apr 19, 2013 * Apr 19, 2013 * Apr 20, 2013 * Apr 26, 2013 * Apr 26, 2013 * Apr 27, 2013 * May 03, 2013 * May 03, 2013 * May 04, 2013 May 08, 2013 May 08, 2013 May 10, 2013

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CONFERENCE USA Conference USA officially received a new look on July 1, 2013, while maintaining the same commitment to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. Eight institutions, including the return of charter member Charlotte along with FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA, will join with East Carolina, Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP.

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From its beginning in 1995, Conference USA’s dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. Throughout the changes during the C-USA history, the conference has held onto its strong foundation that reflects the league’s national presence. These 16 schools have compiled numerous athletic and academic achievements. Additionally, the C-USA footprint will grow by nearly 20 percent, while providing the geography that allows for a divisional scheduling model that will be beneficial to the student-athletes, fan-friendly and cost effective. Conference USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom, in addition to sport specific All-Academic teams. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport.

SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD

Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. Football 72 teams have earned bowl bids Member of the Bowl Championship Series Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Military Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl Men’s Basketball Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country 108 postseason teams (50 NCAA, 42 NIT, 8 CBI, 8 CIT) One National Championship title game appearance Three Final Four teams Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams One NIT Champion and four NIT semifinalists Inaugural CBI Champion CIT Champion Women’s Basketball 48 NCAA Tournament appearances 43 WNIT appearances One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 Two WNIT semifinalists One WBI Champion Baseball 58 NCAA appearances Six College World Series appearances (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2001) 14 Super Regional appearances Has produced at least four NCAA teams in nine of the last 12 seasons In addition, 37 volleyball teams, 67 men’s and women’s soccer teams and 39 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. CUSA has sent three men’s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, three softball teams to the Women’s College World Series and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had nine national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 700 NCAA appearances.

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SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD

C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that studentathletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 18 years, 176 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 618 were named All-District. In addition, more than 26,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

C-USA ON TV

C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN.  The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. As one the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the Top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 media markets according to Nielson. C-USA home markets next year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from a year ago.

C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK

C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY

GOVERNANCE

Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors.

Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996.

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The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and, after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP became fulltime members of Conference USA in 2005.

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The conference’s current footprint is concentrated with 16 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. With a commitment to community involvement, the conference developed several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award.

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The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011.  Network programming includes live streaming of non-televised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights and conferenceproduced feature stories.  In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and that number just keeps growing.  Monthly and yearly subscriptions offer fans access to events offered on all of the C-USA member institution’s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming. 

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All-Time Conference Standings

2000 Sun Belt Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. UL-Lafayette n/a n/a n/a 45 15 .750 Florida International n/a n/a n/a 38 28 .575 Western Kentucky n/a n/a n/a 32 25 .561 Louisiana Tech n/a n/a n/a 21 22 .488

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2001 Sun Belt Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. UL-Lafayette 19 1 .950 49 8 .859 Florida International 13 7 .650 44 22 .667 New Mexico State 11 9 .550 25 46 .352 Middle Tennessee 11 9 .550 41 23 .641 Louisiana Tech 4 16 .200 20 31 .392 Western Kentucky 2 19 .100 23 37 .383  

2002 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 18 6 .750 50 20 .714 Tulsa 15 9 .625 48 16 .750 Hawaii 15 9 .625 35 25 .583 Loyola Marymount 14 10 .583 38 34 .515 Portland State 11 13 .458 22 35 .386 San Jose State 8 16 .333 24 44 .362 LA Tech 3 21 .125 21 27 .438

2003 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 17 3 .850 40 20 .667 Fresno State 14 4 .778 36 22 .621 San Jose State 8 10 .444 26 35 .426 Tulsa 8 12 .400 34 29 .540 LA Tech 6 14 .300 16 42 .276 Nevada 5 15 .250 22 35 .386

2004 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 20 4 .833 48 20 .706 Tulsa 16 5 .762 45 18 .714 Nevada 13 11 .542 38 28 .576 LA Tech 10 11 .476 27 33 .450 Hawaii 10 14 .417 28 33 .459 San Jose State 9 13 .409 16 35 .314 UTEP 1 21 .045 8 46 .148

2005 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 17 1 .944 43 12 .781 Hawaii 12 6 .667 31 21 .596 Tulsa 11 7 .611 31 20 .608 San Jose State 10 8 .556 36 25 .590 Nevada 8 10 .444 22 31 .415 UTEP 3 15 .167 16 38 .296 LA Tech 2 16 .111 18 49 .269

2006 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 12 3 .800 37 19 .661 San Jose State 11 6 .647 23 27 .460 Hawaii 10 7 .588 32 22 .593 Nevada 9 9 .500 33 33 .500 New Mexico State 8 9 .471 26 23 .531 LA Tech 6 11 .353 18 31 .367 Utah State 3 14 .176 8 38 .174

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2007 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 16 2 .889 50 13 .794 Fresno State 15 3 .833 47 18 .723 New Mexico State 9 9 .500 31 27 .545 Nevada 9 9 .500 28 31 .475 San Jose State 6 12 .451 23 28 .451 Utah State 5 13 .278 17 36 .321 LA Tech 3 15 .167 22 38 .368

2008 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Nevada 16 2 .889 44 18 .710 Fresno State 14 3 .824 54 18 .806 Hawaii 11 7 .611 40 21 .656 LA Tech 7 10 .412 37 29 .561 New Mexico State 7 11 .389 26 36 .419 San Jose State 5 13 .278 26 35 .426 Utah State 2 16 .111 14 34 .292

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2009 Western Athletic Conference

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Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Nevada 15 5 .750 40 19 .678 Fresno State 15 5 .750 38 20 .655 Hawaii 15 6 .714 30 24 .556 LA Tech 9 8 .529 15* 23 .395 New Mexico State 11 9 .550 33 21 .611 San Jose State 6 15 .286 19 37 .339 Boise State 4 16 .200 22 30 .423 Utah State 3 17 .150 10 37 .213 *Vacated 19 wins by NCAA action (including 3 WAC games)

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Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 19 1 .950 49 17 .742 Fresno State 15 6 .714 41 21 .661 Boise State 13 8 .619 29 32 .475 LA Tech 11 10 .524 26 21 .553 San Jose State 8 13 .381 34 25 .576 New Mexico State 7 14 .333 27 28 .491 Utah State 5 14 .263 20 30 .400 Nevada 4 16 .250 17 28 .378

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2011 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L New Mexico State 17 4 .801 44 17 Fresno State 15 6 .714 35 19 Boise State 15 6 .714 33 20 Hawai’i 14 7 .667 37 18 Utah State 8 13 .382 15 42 Louisiana Tech 6 15 .286 17 39 San Jose State 5 16 .238 19 35 Nevada 4 17 .190 13 34

Pct. .721 .648 .623 .673 .263 .304 .352 .277

2012 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawai’i 17 3 .850 44 9 .830 BYU 15 4 .789 45 15 .750 Fresno State 13 6 .684 36 23 .610 San Jose State 9 10 .474 28 28 .500 Nevada 9 12 .429 21 36 .368 Louisiana Tech 8 12 .400 25 33 .431 New Mexico State 5 16 .238 24 29 .453 Utah State 4 17 .190 17 36 .321

2013 Western Athletic Conference

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Hawai’i 17 3 .850 44 9 San Jose St. 17 4 .810 42 17 New Mexico St. 16 5 .762 37 20 LA Tech 11 10 .524 27 26 Texas State 10 11 .476 18 38 UTSA 9 12 .429 27 26 UT Arlington 8 13 .382 25 28 Seattle U 8 13 .382 20 33 Utah State 5 16 .238 11 43

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All-Time Conference Tournament Results 2000 Sun Belt Tournament Results

2009 WAC Tournament Results

Florida International 3, Western Kentucky 0 UL-Lafayette 4, Louisiana Tech 0 Western Kentucky 6, Louisiana Tech 1 UL-Lafayette 1, Florida International 0 Western Kentucky 2, Florida International 1 (12) UL-Lafayette 1, Western Kentucky 0

Boise State 8, SJSU 4 Nevada 5, NMSU 4 LA Tech 7, Hawaii 1 LA Tech 4, Nevada 0 NMSU 6, SJSU 1 Hawaii 10, Boise State 2 Nevada 4, NMSU 1 Fresno 4, Boise State 0 Fresno State 5, LA Tech 0 Nevada 4, Hawaii 2 Nevada 2, LA Tech 1 Fresno State 3, Nevada 2

Seeds: 1 – UL-Lafayette, 2 – Florida International, 3 – Western Kentucky, 4 – Louisiana Tech

2001 Sun Belt Tournament Results

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Seeds: 1 – UL-Lafayette, 2 – Florida International, 3 – New Mexico State, 4 – Middle Tennessee, 5 – Louisiana Tech, 6 – Western Kentucky UL-Lafayette 3, Western Kentucky 2 Florida International 8, Louisiana Tech 0 Middle Tennessee 3, New Mexico State 2 Western Kentucky 8, Louisiana Tech 1 UL-Lafayette 8, New Mexico State 4 Middle Tennessee 2, Florida International 1 Western Kentucky 5, Florida International 3 (8) UL-Lafayette 6, Middle Tennessee 5 Middle Tennessee 8, Western Kentucky 0 UL-Lafayette 6, Middle Tennessee 4

2006 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 – Fresno State, 2 – San Jose State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – Nevada, 5- NMSU, 6 – LA Tech Hawaii 8, LA Tech 0 (5) Nevada 2, NMSU 0 Hawaii 3, SJSU 1 Nevada 2, Fresno State 1 NMSU 5, SJSU 0 Fresno State 9, LA Tech 0 (5) Hawaii 6, Fresno State 5 Nevada 1, NMSU 0 Hawaii 1, Nevada 0 Nevada 4, Hawaii 2 Nevada 7, Hawaii 0

2007 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 – Hawaii, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – NMSU, 4 – Nevada, 5 – SJSU, 6 – Utah State, 7 – LA Tech LA Tech 8, Utah State 1 Fresno State 5, San Jose State 0 NMSU 4, Nevada 0 Hawaii 5, LA Tech 2 Fresno State 3, NMSU 2 SJSU 9, Utah State 1 (5) Nevada 3, LA Tech 2 SJSU 3, NMSU 1 Fresno State 9, Hawaii 3 Nevada 2, SJSU 1 Nevada 3, Hawaii 1 Fresno State 5, Nevada 3

2008 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 – Nevada, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – NMSU, 6 – SJSU, 7 – Utah State

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Seeds: 1 – Nevada, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – NMSU, 6 – SJSU, 7 – Boise State

2010 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 –Hawaii, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Boise State, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – SJSU, 6 – NMSU SJSU 6, LA Tech 5 Boise State 9, NMSU 8 Hawaii 16, SJSU 8 Fresno State 5, Boise State 4 SJSU 9, NMSU 8 Boise State 8, LA Tech 2 Hawaii 16, Fresno State 1 Boise State 6, SJSU 5 Fresno State 6, Boise Staet 5 Fresno State 4, Hawaii3 Hawaii 14, Fresno State 3

2011 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 –New Mexico State, 2 – Boise State, 3 – Fresno State, 4 – Hawaii, 5 – Utah State, 6 – LA Tech Hawaii 6, Utah State 1 LA Tech 2, Fresno State 0 New Mexico State 5, Hawaii 4 Boise State 3, LA Tech 2 (13) Fresno State 2, Hawaii 1 LA Tech 4, Utah State 1 New Mexico State 7, Boise State 0 Fresno State 1, LA Tech 0 Fresno State 3, Boise State 2 New Mexico State 5, Fresno State 0

2012 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 –Hawaii 2 – BYU 3 – Fresno State 4 – San Jose State 5 – Nevada 6 – LA Tech San Jose State 9, Nevada 6 LA Tech 17, Fresno State 7 Hawaii 5, San Jose State 1 BYU 6, LA Tech 1 Fresno State 4, San Jose State 3 LA Tech 6, Nevada 5 BYU 6, Hawaii 4 Fresno State 11, LA Tech 2 Fresno State 9, Hawaii 7 BYU 8, Fresno State 3

2013 WAC Tournament Results

Seeds: 1 – San Jose State 2 – New Mexico State 3 – LA Tech 4 – Texas State 5 – UTSA 6 – UT Arlington UTSA 6, Texas State 0 LA Tech 1, UT Arlington 0 San Jose State 1, UTSA 0 New Mexico State 3, LA Tech 0 UT Arlington 2, UTSA 0 Texas State 6, LA Tech 1 San Jose State 3, New Mexico State 1 Texas State 5, UTSA 1 New Mexico State 3, Texas State 1 San Jose State 4, New Mexico State 0

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All-Time Letterwinners A

Lianne Albert 05, 06 Rachel Allday 11, 12 Chrissy Anderson 92 Laneigh Anderson 83, 84, 85, 86 Tina Armstrong 90 Kristie Arrant 87, 88, 89, 90 Courtney Avery 07 Ashley Aycock 03, 04, 05

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LaTonya Daniel 99 Leslie Darnell 94, 95, 96, 97 Heather Doiron 08, 09, 10, 11 Savannah Dollar 12 Angie Donner 80, 81 Carmen Drumgoole 95, 96, 97, 98 Nikki Ducey 04, 05 Laura Dugas 07

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Christine Echols 04, 05, 06, 07 Emma Eichman 11, 12 Paige England 95, 97, 98, 99 Andrea Elliott 80

Christina Gamboa 09, 10 Andrea Gardner 06 Claire Gibson 08, 09 Allie Geisler 09, 10, 11 Laura Glenn 87 Janine Godwin 12, 13 Melanie Goff 12, 13 Paulie Gonzalez 92 Anita Gorum 81 Molly Goza 10, 11 Mandy Granger 08 Megan Granger 08 Brenda Grate 80 Evette Grayson 96, 97, 98, 99

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Dacia Hale 12, 13 Kendra Harmon 09, 10, 11, 12 Sandy Hanks 92, 93, 94, 95 Sheila Hays 84 Tracie Henderson 80 Elizabeth Henke 00 Ashleigh Herman 99, 00 Katelynn Hill 11,12 Faith Holman 85, 86 Kelly Huitt 85, 86, 87

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LeeAnn Jarvis 82, 83, 84, 85 Jenny Jimenez 92 Rose Jimenez 90, 91 Melissa Johnson 01, 02 Monique Johnson 90 Stacey Johnson 83, 84, 85, 86 Tammy Johnson 92, 93, 94, 96 Ashley Johnston 04 Jennifer Jolly 80 Lora Jones 80 Michelle Jones 93 Michelle Jones 10, 11, 12, 13 Shannon Jones 91, 92

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Karen Keylon 83 Timber Keys 89, 90 Reekah Kilpatrick 94, 95, 96, 97 Alayna Kipp 12, 13 Erin Kipp 11, 12, 13 Jessica Kirby 07, 08, 09, 10 Miranda Knight 99, 00 Meghan Knowles 10, 11, 12, 13 Cassie Krieg 11, 12, 13 Meghan Krieg 08, 09, 10, 11 Amanda Krueger 12, 13

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Gwen LaCombe 80

M

Abbra Mack 00 Wanda Malone 08, 09 Joy Maltmpi 84, 85 Shannon Martin 95, 96, 97 Dedria Mathew 85 Anita McEuen 81 DeAnna McGough 86, 87, 88, 89 Lyndsey McIlwain 06, 07, 08, 09 Lindsey Meadows 01, 02, 05 Linda Mendoza 92 Tamy Meredith 91 Amber Miles 02, 03, 04, 05 Kristen Miles 13 Laura Moir 85, 86, 87, 88 Shirley Moir 85, 86, 87, 88 Angie Molcany 88, 89 Kristina Moorman 99, 00 Alisha Moss 96, 97

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Debbie Nichols 87, 88, 89, 90 Dana Nolan 84

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Sarah Offutt 07, 08, 09, 10 Krissi Oliver 06, 07, 08, 09 Stefanie Olow 86, 87, 88, 89 Martha Olow 93, 94, 95, 96 Nancy O’Shee 82, 83

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Ashley Palma 04, 05 Amanda Parsonage 09, 10 Kathy Patchett 85 Timi Pearson 90 Maria Peralta 86, 87 Cindy Petrus 81, 82 Marla Pinkston 00, 01, 02, 03 Tonya Pitts 97, 99, 00 Claudette Pylant 80, 81 Debbie Primeaux 81, 82

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Valerie Quiroga 09, 10

T

Elizabeth Tartavoulle 91, 92, 93, 94 Kallan Thompson 10 Marnie Thornton 91 Sonia Torres 82, 83, 84, 85 Jacy Tucker 94, 95

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Tricia Van Winkle 11, 12 Marie Villanueva 98, 99, 00 Gaynelle Vogel 92

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Amberly Waits 07, 08, 09, 10 Sharon Walters 81 Sabra Warner 01, 02, 03, 04 Brittany Welch 05 Alison White 03, 04 Carly White 05, 06, 07 Leonda Whitlow 80, 82 Julie Wilkerson 80 Bonnie Wilson 99, 00, 01, 02 Charday Wilson 11, 12 Christie Wilson 95, 96, 97, 98 Wendy Wilson 93, 94, 95, 96 Hailey Winter 12, 13 Angie Wyckoff 89, 90, 91, 92 Sheri Wynn 86

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Ashley Cameron 04, 05, 06, 07 Claudia Cantu 13 Candice Carnahan 93, 94, 95, 96 Sandy Carroll 05, 06 Barbara Carter 86, 87, 88, 89 Erin Chernicky 01, 02, 03, 04 Keri Chiasson 92 Regan Clark 05, 06, 07, 08 Susan Clark 80 Sharon Cleveland 93 Mary Cohn 03, 04 Shameika Cofer 99, 00, 01, 02 Aimee Coleman 03, 04 Katelynn Cook 13 Shawn Cook 90, 91, 92, 93 Kelley Cooper 86 Anna Cross 13 Tamy Cyr 82, 83, 84, 85

Charlotte Fain 91, 92, 93, 94 Michelle Faulx 84 Janna Frandrup 10, 11, 12, 13 Elizabeth Franklin 07, 08, 09 Sandy Freeman 80

Rochelle Sandberg 05, 06, 07 Krystal Sanders 02 Jessica Schott 00 Erica St. Romain 97, 98, 99, 00 Chris Sherman 86, 87, 88, 89 Danielle Sheridan 06, 07, 08, 09 Chrissy Short 09, 10 Jordan Simmons 08, 09 Shelley Simmons 09, 10 Patti Simon 81, 82, 83, 84 Lana Skains 81 Sarah Slater 89, 90, 91, 92 Jennifer Smith 88, 89, 90, 91 Stephanie Smith 97, 98, 99 Tia Sosamon 80 Tina Spears 91 Brittany Stanley 02, 03, 04, 05 Susan Stewart 88, 89, 90 Catherine Svetlecic 80

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Missy Ladd 99, 00 Lisa Langford 90, 91, 92 Jennifer LaRussa 01, 02, 03, 04 Maggie LaBlanc 81 Kim Leggett 02 Sue LaJeuse 81 Andrea Limke 87 Donna Longing 80 Tonya Loupe 81 Courtney Lowe 13 Lesa Lyle 80

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Dianne Barfield 81 Karla Barham 80 Emma Barnes 06, 07, 08, 09 Kylie Bassett 07, 08, 09, 10 Leah Beasley 02, 03, 04, 05 Angie Beleele 95, 96, 97, 98 Mandi Bertsch 07, 08 Jessica Black 85 Michelle Blackwell 82, 83, 84, 85 Kristin Blodgette 04 Angie Bodiford 82, 83 Briley Brasher 04 Andrea Bravo 90, 91 Bridget Broadnax 03, 04 Margaret Brown 81 Lindsay Brownson 02

Amara Ellis 99 Jessica Elson 04, 05, 06, 07

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Summer Young 07, 08, 09 Trish Young 82, 83, 84

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Tanelle Zarate 00

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Julie Reed 89 Kim Reed 93, 94 Casey Reiff 01, 02, 03, 04 Bonnie Rice 86, 87 Beverly Robertson 80 Kristin Rupp 03, 04, 05, 06 Rita Rust 80, 81

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Brandy Sachs 93, 94, 95, 96

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All-Americans 1984 LeeAnn Jarvis 1985 LeeAnn Jarvis 1986 Stacey Johnson 1988 Debbie Nichols 1989 Debbie Nichols, Second Team 1990 Debbie Nichols, Second Team All-South Region 1982 Angie Bodford, 3B Tamy Cyr, P LeeAnn Jarvis, C 1983 LeeAnn Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P 1984 Sheila Hays, 3B LeeAnn Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P Trish Young, 2B 1985 LeeAnne Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P Sonia Torres, 2B Bill Galloway, Coach of the Year 1986 Faith Holman, SS Stacey Johnson, P Laura Moir, 3B Stefanie Olow, 2B Chris Sherman, OF 1987 Chris Sherman, OF DeAnna McGough, OF 1988 DeAnna McGough, OF Shirley Moir, SS Debbie Nichols, P Chris Sherman, C Jennifer Smith, 1B 1989 Julie Reed, 1B Chris Sherman, OF Barbara Carter, OF Debbie Nichols, P 1990 Debbie Nichols, P Angie Wyckoff, OF 1992 Linda Mendoza, 1B 1995 Leslie Darnell, OF Sandy Hanks, OF Paige England, P 1997 Evette Grayson, OF All-West Region 2009, Amberly Waits, SS W.R. Johnson Academic Achievement Award 1992 Shawn Cook 1993 Brandy Sachs 1994 Liz Tartavoulle Academic All-Americans 1986 Faith Holman, 2nd Team Stacey Johnson, 2nd

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1999 Paige England, 1st Team

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Erica St. Romain, 2nd

2013 Erin Kipp, 2nd Team LA Tech Player of the Year 1982 LeeAnn Jarvis 1983 Stacey Johnson 1984 LeeAnn Jarvis Stacey Johnson 1985 LeeAnn Jarvis 1986 Stacey Johnson 1987 Debbie Nichols 1988 Debbie Nichols 1989 Chris Sherman 1990 Debbie Nichols 1991 Andrea Bravo 1992 Linda Mendoza 1993 Shawn Cook 1994 Liz Tartavoulle 1995 Candice Carnhan 1996 Wendy Wilson 1997 Evette Grayson 1998 Erica St. Romain Louisiana Freshman of the Year 1987 Debbie Nichols 1995 Paige England 1996 Evette Grayson 2006 Emma Barnes Louisiana Player of the Year 1986 Stacey Johnson 1988 Debbie Nichols Louisiana Hitter of the Year 2009 Amberly Waits Louisiana Newcomer of the Year 2012 Melanie Goff Louisiana Coach of the Year 1986 Bill Galloway 1988 Bill Galloway All-Louisiana 1986 Faith Holman, SS Stacey Johnson, P Laura Moir, 3B Sthirley Moir, 1B Chris Sherman, OF Stacey Johnson, P 1987 Chris Sherman, OF Debbie Nichols, P 1988 Debbie Nichols, P DeAnna McGough, OF Shirley Moir, SS Chris Sherman, C Jennifer Smith, 1B 1989 Debbie Nichols, P

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Chris Sherman, OF Julie Reed, 1B 1990 Angie Wyckoff, OF Debbie Nichols, P Rose Jimenez, 3B 1991 Tammy Johnson, OF, Second Team 1994 Liz Tartavoulle, OF Candice Carnahan, P, Second Team Leslie Darnell, C Second Team Rebekah Kilpatrick, P, Honorable Mention 1995 Sandy Hanks, OF Paige England, Second Team Christie Wilson, SS Second Team Leslie Darnell, OF, Honorable Mention 1996 Candice Carnahan, P Wendy Wilson, C Evett Grayson, OF, Second Team Christie Wilson, SS Honorable Mention 1996 Candice Carnahan, P Wendy Wilson, C Evette Grayson, OF, Second Team Christie Wilson, SS Honorable Mention 1997 Evette Grayson, OF Paige England, P, Second Team 2000 Tonya Pitts, 3B Shameika Cofer, DH 2003 Brittany Stanley, 2B Second Team 2004 Amber Miles Bridget Broadnax Brittany Stanley, 2B Second Team 2005 Brittany Stanley, OF Second Team 2006 Regan Clark, C Emma Barnes, OF Second Team Ashley Cameron, P Second Team Jessica Elson, UT Second Team 2007 Emma Barnes, OF Ashley Cameron, UT Second Team 2008 Kylie Bassett, 1B Krissi Oliver, UT Amberly Waits, SS Emma Barnes, OF Honorable Mention Meghan Kreig, P Honorable Mention

2009 Amberly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B Second Team Meghan Krieg, P Second Team Emma Barnes, OF Honorable Mention Danielle Sheridan, OF Honorable Mention 2010 Ambrerly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B Honorable Mention Meghan Krieg, P Honorable Mention Meghan Knowles, DP Honorable Mention 2011 Janna Frandrup, UT Meghan Krieg, P Honorable Mention Kendra Harmon, OF Honorable Mention Allie Geisler, C Honorable Mention 2012 Melanie Goff, SS Erin Kipp, DP Second Team Janna Frandrup, 1B Honorable Mention 2013 Melanie Goff, OF/P Amanda Krueger, 2B Erin Kipp, DP Second Team Janna Frandrup, 3B Second Team Kristen Miles, OF Honorable Mention All-WAC 2003 Brittany Stanley, OF Mary Cohn, 2B 2004 Amber Miles, OF Bridget Broadnax, 3B Mary Cohn, 2B Brittany Stanley, OF Second Team 2005 Rochelle Sandberg, 2B Amber Miles, OF Second Team Brittany Stanley, OF Second Team 2006 Regan Clark, C Rochelle Sandberg, 2B Emma Barnes, OF Jessica Elson, 3B Second Team 2007 Emma Barnes, At-Large 2008 Jessica Kirby, DP Regan Clark, C Second Team Krissi Oliver, UT Second Team Amberly Waits, SS Second Team

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Michelle Jones Meghan Knowles Meghan Krieg Sarah Offutt Amberly Waits 2011 Heather Doiron Janna Frandrup Molly Goza Kendra Harmon Michelle Jones Erin Kipp Cassie Krieg Meghan Krieg Meghan Knowles Charday Wilson 2012 Janna Frandrup Janine Godwin Dacia Hale Kendra Harmon Katelynn Hill Michelle Jones Alayna Kipp Erin Kipp Meghan Knowles Amanda Krueger 2013 Anna Cross Janna Frandrup Janine Godwin Dacia Hale Michelle Jones Alayna Kipp Erin Kipp Meghan Knowles Amanda Krueger Kristen Miles

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Kristin Rupp Brittany Stanley Emma Barnes Sandy Carroll Jessica Elson Kristin Rupp Danielle Sheridan Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Mandi Bertsch Regan Clark Sarah Offutt Danielle Sheridan Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Mandi Bertsch Regan Clark Heather Doiron Megan Krieg Wanda Malone Sarah Offutt Jordan Simmons Amberly Waits Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Heather Doiron Meghan Krieg Danielle Sheridan Amberly Waits Kylie Bassett Heather Doiron Janna Frandrup Christina Gamboa Molly Goza Kendra Harmon

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WAC All-Tournament 2007 Ashley Cameron 2008 Krissi Oliver (MVP) Kylie Bassett Regan Clark Danielle Sheridan 2009 Amberly Waits

Academic All-WAC 2002 Leah Beasley Lindsay Brownson Kim Leggett Amber Miles Bonnie Wilson 2003 Leah Beasley Erin Chernicky Amber Miles Brittany Stanley Sabra Warner 2004 Leah Beasley Kristin Blodgette Briley Brasher Bridget Broadnax Erin Chernicky Mary Cohn Christine Echols Jessica Elson Amber Miles Kristin Rupp Brittany Stanley Sabra Warner 2005 Leah Beasley Sandy Carroll Christine Echols Jessica Elson Amber Miles

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WAC Freshman of the Year 2013 Anna Cross, SS/P

All-Time Honors

2011 Allie Geisler Meghan Krieg 2012 Dacia Hale Meghan Knowles 2013 Amanda Krueger Melanie Goff

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2009 Amberly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B Danielle Sheridan, OF Emma Barnes, OF Second Team Meghan Krieg, P Second Team 2010 Meghan Krieg, P Amberly Waits, SS 2011 Janna Frandrup, UT Second Team Meghan Krieg, P Second Team 2012 Melanie Goff, UT 2013 Anna Cross, SS/P Amanda Krueger, 2B Erin Kipp, DP Second Team Mel Goff, OF/P Second Team WAC Player of the Year 2009 Amberly Waits, SS

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Single Game Records Batting

Hits 1. 5 Allie Geisler vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 2. 4 Numerous Times

RBIs 1. 11 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St., 5-9-12* 2. 7 Allison White vs. Jackson St, 2-7-04 3. 6 Kylie Bassett vs. Nicholls St, 2-15-09 3. 6 Erin Kipp vs. Utah State, 3-24-12 3. 6 Meghan Knowles vs. Samford, 3-3-12 6. 5 Kylie Bassett vs. Tennessee St, 3-7-10 6. 5 Regan Clark vs. Miss Valley St, 2-5-05 6. 5 Ashley Palma vs. Jackson St, 2-6-04 6. 5 Amberly Waits vs. McNeese St, 2-28-10 6. 5 Amberly Waits vs. SE Louisiana, 3-4-09 6. 5 Amberly Waits vs. Texas A&M-CC, 3-17-09 6. 5 Carly White vs. Alcorn St, 2-11-07 *, Tied the NCAA Division I record Doubles 1. 3 Amberly Waits vs. Alcorn St, 3-1-07 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. Grambling St, 4-19-06 1. 3 Rochelle Sandberg vs. NMSU, 3-31-06 4. 2 Numerous Times

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Runs 1. 5 Melanie Goff vs. Fresno St, 5-9-12 2. 4 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St., 5-9-12 2. 4 Emma Barnes vs. Jackson St, 2-17-06 2. 4 Christie Wilson vs. SFA, 2-16-97 2. 4 Jennifer LaRussa vs. Jackson St, 2-6-04 2. 4 Jessica Elson vs. Jackson St, 2-6-04 7. 3 Numerous Times

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At Bats 1. 7 Brittany Stanley vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Jennifer LaRussa vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Casey Reiff vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Shameika Cofer vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Laura Moir vs. SW Missouri St, 3-18-85 7. 6 Numerous Times (most recent Heather Doiron vs. Boise St, 5-12-11)

Triples 1. 2 Emma Barnes vs. UL-Monroe, 2-28-06 1. 2 Shameika Cofer vs. Jackson St, 4-1-02 1. 2 Aimee Coleman vs. Southern Miss, 3-18-04 4. 1 Numerous Times

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Home Runs 1. 3 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St. 5-9-12 2. 2 Emma Barnes vs. NMSU, 5-1-09 2. 2 Kylie Bassett vs. SJSU, 4-25-09 2. 2 Kylie Bassett vs. Buffalo, 2-27-10 2. 2 Ashley Cameron vs. Nicholls St, 4-15-04 2. 2 Ashley Cameron vs. Jackson St, 2-12-05 2. 2 Ashley Cameron vs. North Texas, 2-12-06 2. 2 Ashley Cameron vs. UL-Monroe, 2-28-06 2. 2 Christine Echols vs. North Texas, 3-15-07 2. 2 Allie Geisler vs. Nevada, 4-1-11 2. 2 Jessica Kirby vs. Boise St, 3-28-09

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2. 2 Amberly Waits vs. Grambling St, 4-13-10 2. 2 Amberly Waits vs. McNeese St, 2-28-10 2. 2 Meghan Knowles vs. Samford, 3-3-12 Most Total Bases 1. 12 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno State, 5-9-12 2. 10 Ashley Cameron vs. Jackson St, 2-12-05 3. 9 Emma Barnes vs. New Mexico St, 5-1-09 3. 9 Kylie Bassett vs. Buffalo, 2-27-10 5. 8 Numerous Times Hit By Pitch 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. Grambling St, 2-14-06 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-11-06 3. 2 Heather Doiron vs. Northwestern St, 4-8-09 3. 2 Christine Echols vs. Utah St, 4-15-06 3. 2 Christine Echols vs. Grambling St, 2-14-06 3. 2 Christine Echols vs. Nevada 5-5-06 3. 2 Amber Miles vs. Northwestern St, 4-19-05 3. 2 Rochelle Sandberg vs. UTSA, 4-14-05 3. 2 Alayna Kipp vs. Nevada, 4-27-12 3. 2 Amanda Krueger vs. Nicholls St., 4-2-13 3. 2 Alayna Kipp vs. Utah State, 4-20-13 Stolen Bases 1. 4 Emma Barnes vs. Northwestern St, 2-14-07 2. 3 Amber Miles vs. Nevada, 4-8-05 2. 3 Amber Miles vs. Centenary, 3-21-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Jackson St, 4-1-03 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. SJSU, 4-4-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Grambling St, 4-23-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Nicholls St, 2-28-02 2. 3 Anna Cross vs. UL-Monroe, 3-1-13 2. 3 Kristen Miles vs. Alcorn State, 2-17-13

Pitching Innings Pitched 1. 18.0 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 2. 13.0 Kelly Huitt vs. SW Missouri St, 3-18-85 3. 12.2 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 4. 12.0 Paige England vs. Northern Illinois, 3-7-97 5. 11.0 Debbie Nichols vs. Texas A&M, 4-2190 5. 11.0 Rebekah Kilpatrick vs. Texas A&M, 2-15-94 7. 10.0 Meghan Krieg vs. Western Kentucky, 2-26-11 7. 10.0 Meghan Krieg vs. Miss Valley St, 3-17-10 7. 10.0 Wanda Malone vs. Fresno St, 4-11-09 7. 10.0 Marla Pinkston vs. Tulsa, 4-5-03 7. 10.0 Sabra Warner vs. Loyola Marymount, 4-19-02 Strikeouts 1. 17 Meghan Krieg vs. Miss Valley St, 3-17-10 2. 16 Kelly Huitt vs. Miss St, 4-19-85 2. 16 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 4. 15 Stacey Johnson vs. Miss St, 4-19-85 4. 15 Lindsey Meadows vs. UMKC, 3-19-05

6. 14 Lindsey Meadows vs. CC, 3-21-02 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Texas A&M, 3-11-11 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Miss Valley St, 3-11-11 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Hawaii, 3-21-09 6. 14 Lindsey Meadows vs. Miss Valley St, 3-13-05 Walks 1. 10 Meghan Krieg vs. Hawaii, 4-16-11 2. 9 Meghan Krieg vs. Gardner-Webb, 3-5-10 2. 9 Meghan Krieg vs. McNeese St, 2-28-10 2. 9 Marla Pinkston vs. Tennessee, 2-27-04 5. 8 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 5. 8 Meghan Krieg vs. SJSU, 4-2-10 5. 8 Michelle Jones vs. Hawaii, 4-14-12 5. 8 Michelle Jones vs. Fresno State, 5-9-12 9. 7 Numerous Times Most Hits Allowed 1. 19 Kristin Rupp vs. Nicholls St, 4-18-06 2. 17 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 3. 16 Krissi Oliver vs. Utah St, 4-13-07 4. 14 Kristin Rupp vs. Northwestern St, 4-19-04 5. 13 Numerous Times Most Runs Allowed 1. 14 Kristin Rupp vs. Nicholls St, 4-18-06 2. 11 Lesley Aycock vs. Sam Houston St, 2-12-06 2. 11 Krissi Oliver vs. Alabama, 3-27-07 4. 10 Kylie Bassett vs. Alabama, 3-27-07 4. 10 Michelle Jones vs. SJSU, 4-3-10 4. 10 Michelle Jones vs. LSU, 2-13-11 4. 10 Lindsey Meadows vs. SJSU, 5-14-05 4. 10 Krissi Oliver vs. Texas A&M, 3-8-09 4. 10 Krissi Oliver vs. New Mexico St, 3-31-06 4. 10 Marla Pinkston vs. Nevada, 4-18-03 4. 10 Kristin Rupp vs. Fresno St, 4-10-03 These single game records are based on box scores that are available. Not all box scores from the 1980’s and 1990’s are available

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Single Season Batting Batting Average 1. Amberly Waits 2. Amberly Waits 3. Melanie Goff 4. Sandy Hanks 5. Amberly Waits 6. Jessica Schott 7. Chris Sherman 8. LeeAnn Jarvis 9. Wendy Wilson 10. Erica St. Roman

81 75 68 67 67 63 62 61 60 59 59

2009 2008 2004 2007 2008 1986 1995 2003 1989 1988 1986

Doubles 1. Chris Sherman 2. Chris Sherman 3. Amberly Waits 4. Erica St. Romain 4. LeeAnn Jarvis 6. Erica St. Romain 6. Chris Sherman 6. Regan Clark 9. Jennifer Smith 9. Erica St. Romain 9. Paige England 9. Regan Clark 9. Melanie Goff 9. Erin Kipp

22 18 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14

1989 1987 2009 1998 1982 1999 1988 2005 1989 1997 1998 2008 2012 2013

Triples 1. Amberly Waits 2. Christie Wilson 3. Emma Barnes 4. Chris Sherman 4. Leslie Darnell 4. Wendy Wilson 7. Shameika Cofer 7. Tonya Pitts 7. Stacey Johnson 7. Patti Simon 7. Chris Sherman 7. Amberly Waits

10 8 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

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2009 2009 2009 2005 2006 2010 2010 1998 2007 1994

Hit By Pitch 1. Christine Echols 2. Timber Keys 2. Amber Miles 2. Alayna Kipp 5. Casey Reiff 5. Amanda Krueger 7. Emma Barnes 7. Casey Reiff 7. Rochelle Sandberg 7. Amberly Waits

25 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

2006 1989 2005 2012 2004 2013 2006 2002 2005 2008

Total Bases 1. Amberly Waits 2. Amberly Waits 3. Ashley Cameron 4. Amberly Waits 5. Erica St. Romain 6. Liz Tartavoulle 6. Kylie Bassett 7. Chris Sherman 8. Chris Sherman 10. Erica St. Romain

155 126 98 97 96 92 92 87 86 85

2009 2008 2005 2010 1998 1994 2009 1987 1989 1999

Runs Scored 1. Evette Grayson 2. Amanda Krueger 3. Amberly Waits 3. DeAnna McGough 5. Emma Barnes 5. Evette Grayson 5. Amberly Waits 5. Emma Barnes 5. Emma Barnes 5. Amberly Waits

46 44 41 41 40 40 40 40 40 40

1998 2012 2009 1988 2006 1999 2008 2008 2009 2010

Sacrifices 1. Chris Sherman 2. Trish Young 3. Jennifer Smith 4. Shirley Moir 4. Stephanie Olow 6. Bonnie Wilson 6. Angie Wyckoff 8. Sonia Torres 9. Angie Wyckoff 9. Laura Moir 9. Angie Molcany 9. Stacey Johnson 9. Laneigh Anderson 9. Michelle Jones

21 18 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

1987 1984 1989 1989 1989 2001 1990 1985 1992 1985 1989 1986 1986 2011

RBI 1. Amberly Waits 2. Erica St. Romain 3. Liz Tartavoulle 4. Amberly Waits 5. Erica St. Romain 6. Wendy Wilson 6. Regan Clark 8. Debbie Nichols 8. Kylie Bassett 8. Jessica Kirby

62 46 42 41 40 38 38 37 37 37

2009 1998 1994 2008 1999 1996 2008 1989 2009 2010

Bases on Balls 1. LeeAnn Jarvis 2. Janna Frandrup 3. Amanda Krueger 4. Evette Grayson 5. Amanda Krueger 5. Linda Mendoza 5. Liz Tartavoulle 8. Janna Frandrup 9. LeeAnn Jarvis 10. Chris Sherman

43 38 37 35 33 33 33 30 29 28

1985 2012 2013 1999 2012 1992 1994 2011 1984 1989

Stolen Bases 1. Evette Grayson 2. Evette Grayson 3. Sandy Hanks 4. Brittany Stanley 5. Evette Grayson 5. Amber Miles 7. Barbara Carter 8. DeAnna McGough 9. Barbara Carter 9. Jacy Tucker 9. Amber Miles

47 39 38 30 29 29 28 27 25 25 25

1999 1998 1995 2002 1997 2004 1989 1988 1988 1995 2005

Strike Outs 1. Heather Doiron 2. Krissi Oliver 2. Kylie Bassett 4. Jessica Kirby 5. Carly White 5. Jessica Kirby 7. Kylie Bassett 8. Charday Wilson 9. Melissa Johnson 10. Ashley Cameron 10. Amberly Waits 10. Heather Doiron

53 50 50 49 47 47 45 44 43 42 42 42

2008 2008 2010 2008 2005 2009 2007 2011 2002 2005 2007 2011

Stolen Base Attempts 1. Evette Grayson 2. Evette Grayson 3. Sandy Hanks 4. DeAnna McGough 5. Brittany Stanley 5. Amber Miles 7. Evette Grayson 8. Barbara Carter 9. Barbara Carter 9. Amber Miles

53 42 38 35 34 34 32 30 29 29

1999 1998 1995 1988 2002 2004 1997 1988 1989 2005

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2008 1989 2004 2008 2003 2005 1988 2007 2008 2008

17 13 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

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226 206 202 199 198 196 196 193 193 193

Home Runs 1. Amberly Waits 2. Kylie Bassett 3. Jessica Kirby 3. Ashley Cameron 3. Ashley Cameron 3. Amberly Waits 3. Kylie Bassett 8. Erica St. Romain 8. Ashley Cameron 8. Liz Tartavoulle

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At Bats 1. Emma Barnes 2. Barbara Carter 3. Amber Miles 4. Amberly Waits 5. Brittany Stanley 6. Amber Miles 6. Barbara Carter 8. Emma Barnes 8. Regan Clark 8. Danielle Sheridan

2009 2010 2012 1995 2008 2000 1989 1985 1996 1998

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Hits 1. Amberly Waits 2. Amberly Waits 3. Amber Miles 4. Emma Barnes 5. Emma Barnes 6. Faith Holman 7. Sandy Hanks 8. Brittany Stanley 9. Chris Sherman 10. Chris Sherman 10. Chris Sherman

.488 .412 .409 .378 .377 .375 .370 .363 .362 .357

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Single Season Pitching Wins 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Debbie Nichols 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Debbie Nichols 5. Paige England 6. Candice Carnahan 6. Candice Carnahan 8. Debbie Nichols 9. Gaynelle Vogel 10. Shawn Cook 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick

50 41 35 33 29 27 27 25 24 23 23

1988 1989 1986 1990 1999 1994 1996 1987 1992 1993 1994

Losses 1. Lindsey Meadows 1. Krissi Oliver 3. Meghan Krieg 4. Kristin Rupp 5. Marla Pinkston 5. Marla Pinkston 7. Debbie Nicholls 7. Meghan Krieg 7. Michelle Jones 10. Gaynelle Vogel 10. Krissi Oliver

27 27 24 19 18 18 16 16 16 15 15

2005 2007 2011 2003 2003 2004 1990 2010 2012 1992 2008

Saves 1. Lindsey Meadows 1. Meghan Krieg 1. Melanie Goff 4. Kristin Blodgette 4. Wanda Malone 6. Krissi Oliver 6. Shawn Cook 6. Shawn Cook 6. Wanda Malone 6. Melanie Goff

4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

2004 2008 2013 2004 2009 2006 1990 1992 2008 2012

Strikeouts 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Stacey Johnson 5. Lindsey Meadows 6. Stacey Johnson 7. Stacey Johnson 8. Meghan Krieg 9. Debbie Nichols 10. Paige England

289 260 254 253 240 235 220 211 207 203

2011 2010 1986 1984 2005 1985 1983 2009 1988 1999

Walks 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Michelle Jones 4. Meghan Krieg 5. Anna Cross 6. Krissi Oliver 7. Marla Pinkston 8. Marla Pinkston 9. Michelle Jones 10. Gaynelle Vogel

141 122 99 90 84 83 79 77 70 69

2010 2011 2012 2009 2013 2007 2004 2000 2013 1992

Shutouts 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Stacey Johnson 3. Debbie Nichols 4. Paige England 5. Debbie Nichols 5. Candice Carnahan 7. Stacey Johnson 7. Stacey Johnson 9. Debbie Nichols 9. Paige England

36 24 21 18 15 15 13 13 12 12

1988 1986 1989 1999 1990 1996 1984 1983 1987 1997

Games Started 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Debbie Nicholls 3. Debbie Nicholls 4. Paige England 5. Stacey Johnson 5. Gaynelle Vogel 7. Krissi Oliver 8. Krissi Oliver 9. Meghan Krieg 10. Paige England

58 56 48 42 40 40 39 37 36 35

1988 1989 1990 1999 1986 1992 2007 2008 2011 1998

Complete Games 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Debbie Nicholls 3. Debbie Nicholls 4. Paige England 5. Stacey Johnson 6. Gaynelle Vogel 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Paige England 8. Paige England 10. Krissi Oliver

58 50 46 39 38 36 33 32 32 31

1988 1989 1990 1999 1986 1992 1996 1997 1998 2007

Appearances 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Debbie Nichols 3. Lindsey Meadows 4. Debbie Nichols 5. Krissi Oliver 6. Stacey Johnson 6. Paige England 8. Gaynelle Vogel 8. Meghan Krieg 10. Marla Pinkston 10. Marla Pinkston 10. Krissi Oliver

58 56 54 49 48 44 44 41 41 40 40 40

1988 1989 2005 1990 2007 1986 1999 1992 2011 2003 2004 2008

Innings Pitched 1. Debbie Nichols 409 2. Debbie Nichols 389 3. Debbie Nichols 344 4. Stacey Johnson 315 5. Paige England 286.2 6. Gaynelle Vogel 277.2 7. Krissi Oliver 269.2 8. Lindsey Meadows 263.0 9. Meghan Krieg 247.0 10. Candice Carnahan 236.0

1988 1989 1990 1986 1999 1992 2007 2005 2011 1996

Earned Run Average 1. Stacey Johnson 2. Stacey Johnson 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Stacey Johnson 4. Tami Cyr 6. Debbie Nichols 7. Tami Cyr 8. Sarah Slater 9. Kelly Campbell 10. Tami Cyr

1986 1983 1984 1985 1985 1988 1983 1989 1986 1984

0.27 0.29 0.43 0.50 0.50 0.51 0.53 0.62 0.76 0.77

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Career Batting Leaders

262 236 233 208 205 189 188 178 175 173

2007-10 2006-09 1986-89 2002-05 2002-05 2005-08 1996-99 1982-85 1987-90 1993-96

At Bats 1. Emma Barnes 2. Amber Miles 3. Chris Sherman 4. Regan Clark 5. Brittany Stanley 5. Amberly Waits 7. Debbie Nicholls 8. Kylie Bassett 9. Danielle Sheridan 10. Shirley Moir

768 742 697 684 678 678 658 630 628 608

Doubles 1. Chris Sherman 2. Erica St. Romain 3. Amberly Waits 4. Regan Clark 5. LeeAnn Jarvis 6. Debbie Nicholls 7. Paige England 8. Shirley Moir 9. Jennifer Smith 10. Stephanie Olow 10. Charlotte Fain 10. Christie Wilson Triples 1. Amberly Waits 2. Christie Wilson 3. Chris Sherman 4. Emma Barnes 5. Wendy Wilson 6. Liz Tartavoulle 6. Evette Grayson 6. Miranda Knight 9. Leslie Darnell 9. Brittany Stanley

Hit By Pitch 1. Christine Echols 2. Emma Barnes 3. Erica St. Romain 3. Casey Reiff 5. Janna Frandrup 6. Miranda Knight 7. Amber Miles 7. Evette Grayson 7. Amanda Krueger 10. Timber Keys 10. Ashley Aycock

32 16 14 14 13 12 11 11 11 10 10

2004-07 2006-09 1997-00 2001-04 2010-13 1998-01 2001-05 1996-99 2012-13 1989-90 2003-04

Runs Scored 1. Evette Grayson 2. Emma Barnes 3. Amberly Waits 4. Chris Sherman 5. Danielle Sheridan 6. Barbara Carter 7. Sandy Hanks 8. Erica St. Romain 9. Kylie Bassett 10. Stephanie Olow 10. Brittany Stanley

158 152 145 122 118 104 103 102 96 94 94

1996-99 2006-09 2007-10 1986-89 2006-09 1986-89 1992-95 1997-00 2007-10 1986-89 2002-05

1988-91 1985-88 1985-88 1989-92 1999-02 1986-89 1986-89 1987-90 1987-90 2006-09

RBI 1. Amberly Waits 2. Erica St. Romain 3. Chris Sherman 4. Wendy Wilson 4. Regan Clark 6. Debbie Nichols 7. Kylie Bassett 8. Leslie Darnell 9. Ashley Cameron 10. LeeAnn Jarvis

160 128 114 107 107 106 103 99 94 91

2007-10 1997-00 1986-89 1992-95 2005-08 1987-90 2007-10 1994-97 2004-07 1982-85

111 93 86 79 75 72 70 68 67 63

1982-85 1996-99 2010-13 1986-89 2006-09 1986-89 2012-13 1985-88 2007-10 1993-96

Stolen Bases 1. Evette Grayson 2. Sandy Hanks 3. Amber Miles 4. Brittany Stanley 5. Barbara Carter 6. Christie Wilson 7. Emma Barnes 8. DeAnna McGough 9. Martha Olow 10. Amberly Waits

135 90 89 85 76 63 60 58 53 51

1996-99 1992-95 2002-05 2002-05 1986-89 1995-98 2006-09 1986-89 1993-96 2007-10

167 160 134 127 127 113 112 107 107 106

2008-11 2007-10 2007-10 2006-09 2006-09 2004-07 2005-07 2002-05 2007-10 2006-09

Stolen Base Attempts 1. Evette Grayson 148 2. Amber Miles 108 3. Brittany Stanley 103 4. Sandy Hanks 95 5. Barbara Carter 88 6. DeAnna McGough 76 7. Christie Wilson 71 8. Martha Olow 65 8. Emma Barnes 65 10. Amberly Waits 62

1996-99 2002-05 2002-05 1992-95 1986-89 1986-89 1995-98 1993-96 2006-09 2007-10

36 32 30 22 22 20 17 15 14 11 11

2007-10 2004-07 2007-10 1997-00 2007-10 2010-13 1982-85 2005-08 2012-13 2005-07 1987-90

Total Bases 1. Amberly Waits 2. Chris Sherman 3. Emma Barnes 4. Kylie Bassett 5. Erica St. Romain 6. Ashley Cameron 7. Regan Clark 8. Debbie Nicholls 9. Evette Grayson 10. Christie Wilson

455 336 303 296 290 280 278 259 244 243

2007-10 1986-89 2006-09 2007-10 1997-00 2004-07 2005-08 1987-90 1996-99 1995-98

2006-09 2002-05 1986-89 2005-08 2002-05 2007-10 1987-90 2007-10 2006-09 1985-88

Sacrifices 1. Jennifer Smith 2. Shirley Moir 3. Laura Moir 3. Angie Wyckoff 5. Bonnie Wilson 6. Barbara Carter 7. Stephanie Olow 8. Kristie Arrant 9. Debbie Nicholls 9. Danielle Sheridan

43 41 37 37 35 32 31 30 28 28

63 50 47 44 43 42 36 33 32 31 31 31

1986-89 1997-00 2007-10 2005-08 1982-85 1987-90 1995-99 1985-88 1988-91 1986-89 1991-94 1995-98

Walks 1. LeeAnn Jarvis 2. Evette Grayson 3. Janna Frandrup 4. Chris Sherman 5. Danielle Sheridan 6. Stephanie Olow 7. Amanda Krueger 8. Shirley Moir 9. Amberly Waits 10. Martha Olow

19 15 12 10 9 8 8 8 7 7

2007-10 1995-98 1986-89 2006-09 1993-96 1991-94 1996-99 1998-01 1994-97 2002-05

Strike Outs 1. Heather Doiron 2. Kylie Bassett 3. Jessica Kirby 4. Emma Barnes 4. Danielle Sheridan 6. Ashley Cameron 7. Carly White 8. Brittany Stanley 8. Amberly Waits 10. Krissi Oliver

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Hits 1. Amberly Waits 2. Emma Barnes 3. Chris Sherman 4. Amber Miles 5. Brittany Stanley 6. Regan Clark 7. Evette Grayson 8. LeeAnn Jarvis 9. Debbie Nichols 10. Christie Wilson

Home Runs 1. Amberly Waits 2. Ashley Cameron 3. Kylie Bassett 4. Erica St. Romain 4. Jessica Kirby 6. Meghan Knowles 7. LeeAnn Jarvis 8. Regan Clark 9. Dacia Hale 10. Rochelle Sandberg 10. Debbie Nichols

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2007-10 2012-13 1986-89 1996-99 1982-85 2006-09 1997-00 1995-98 1993-96 2011-13

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.386 .377 .334 .314 .310 .307 .307 .305 .303 .302

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Average 1. Amberly Waits 2. Melanie Goff 3. Chris Sherman 4. Evette Grayson 5. LeeAnn Jarvis 6. Emma Barnes 7. Erica St. Romain 8. Christie Wilson 9. Martha Olow 10. Erin Kipp

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Career Pitching Leaders Wins 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Stacey Johnson 3. Paige England 4. Candice Carnahan 5. Tami Cyr 5. Krissi Oliver 5. Meghan Krieg 8. Rebekah Kilpatrick 9. Marla Pinkston 10. Lindsey Meadows

149 1987-90 96 1983-86 89 1995-99 68 1993-96 57 1982-85 57 2006-09 57 2008-11 50 1994-97 49 2000-04 40 2001-05

Walks Issued 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Marla Pinkston 3. Michelle Jones 4. Krissi Oliver 5. Debbie Nicholls 6. Lindsey Meadows 7. Paige England 8. Rebekah Kilpatrick 9. Stacey Johnson 10. Candice Carnahan

391 2008-11 258 2000-04 226 2010-13 203 2006-09 146 1987-90 129 2001-05 120 1995-99 113 1994-97 112 1983-86 105 1993-96

Innings Pitched 1. Debbie Nichols 1,357.0 1987-90 2. Stacey Johnson 968.0 1983-86 3. Paige England 876.0 1995-99 4. Krissi Oliver 779.2 2006-09 5. Meghan Krieg 719.2 2008-11 6. Marla Pinkston 703.0 2000-04 7. Candice Carnahan 657.2 1993-96 8. Lindsey Meadows 650.1 2001-05 9. Tami Cyr 567.1 1982-85 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick 493.0 1994-97

Losses 1. Krissi Oliver 2. Marla Pinkston 3. Meghan Krieg 4. Lindsey Meadows 5. Debbie Nicholls 6. Kristin Rupp 7. Paige England 8. MIchelle Jones 9. Stacey Johnson 9. Shawn Cook

69 2006-09 59 2000-04 50 2008-11 46 2001-05 45 1987-90 40 2003-06 37 1995-99 34 2010-13 32 1983-86 32 1990-93

Games Started 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Paige England 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Krissi Oliver 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Meghan Krieg 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Tami Cyr 9. Lindsey Meadows 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick

193 1987-90 130 1995-99 124 1983-86 121 2006-09 104 2000-04 101 2008-11 98 1993-96 88 1982-85 76 2001-05 75 1994-97

Earned Run Average (Minimum 100 IP) 1. Stacey Johnson 0.38 1983-85 2. Debbie Nichols 0.80 1987-90 3. Tami Cyr 0.81 1982-85 4. Kelly Campbell 0.88 1986-87 5. Kelly Huitt 0.93 1985-87 6. Gaynelle Vogel 1.01 1992 7. Candice Carnahan 1.15 1993-96 8. Paige England 1.17 1995-99 9. Rebekah Kilpatrick 1.62 1994-97 10. Marnie Thornton 1.68 1991

Saves 1. Lindsey Meadows 1. Melanie Goff 3. Meghan Krieg 3. Krissi Oliver 3. Wanda Malone 6. Shawn Cook 7. Kristin Blodgette 8. Stacey Johnson 8. Kelly Campbell 8. Missy Ladd 8. Marla Pinkston 8. Janna Frandrup

6 2001-05 6 2012-13 5 2008-11 5 2006-09 5 2008-09 4 1990-93 3 2004 2 1983-86 2 1986-87 2 1999-01 2 2000-04 2 2010-13

Complete Games 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Paige England 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Candice Carnahan 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Meghan Krieg 7. Krissi Oliver 8. Lindsey Meadows 8. Tami Cyr 10. Rebekah Kilpatrcik

182 1987-90 123 1995-99 112 1983-86 90 1993-96 76 2000-04 75 2008-11 69 2006-09 67 2001-05 67 1982-85 66 1994-97

Strikeouts 1. Stacey Johnson 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Debbie Nichols 4. Paige England 5. Lindsey Meadows 6. Marla Pinkston 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Krissi Oliver 9. Rebekah Kilpatrick 10. Tami Cyr

962 1983-86 859 2008-11 659 1987-90 618 1995-99 589 2001-05 519 2000-04 395 1993-96 385 2006-09 349 1994-97 275 1982-85

Appearances 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Krissi Oliver 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Meghan Krieg 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Lindsey Meadows 6. Paige England 8. Candice Carnahan 9. Michelle Jones 10. Tami Cyr 10. Kristin Rupp

197 1987-90 154 2006-09 138 1983-86 135 2008-11 134 2000-04 125 2001-05 125 1995-99 102 1993-96 100 2010-13 91 1982-85 91 2003-06

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Team Single Season Batting

Batting Average 1. .289 2013 2. .284 2006 3. .279 1998 4. .269 1997 5. .268 1995 6. .266 1993 7. .264 1996 8. .260 2008 9. .259 1988 10. .258 2007

Doubles 1. 72 1. 72 3. 71 4. 69 5. 65 6. 63 7. 62 7. 62 9. 61 10. 57

2005 2008 1989 2007 2012 1988 1987 2013 1997 2006

Home Runs 1. 59 2009 2. 43 2010 3. 39 2012 4. 34 2008 5. 32 2007 6. 29 2013 7. 28 2005 8. 26 2006 9. 25 2011 10. 18 1989 Runs 1. 240 1998 2. 239 2008 3. 237 2013 4. 232 2006 5. 231 2009 6. 230 1994 7. 221 1989 7. 221 1997 9. 220 1988 9. 220 2012

RBI 1. 218 2008 2. 209 2009 3. 205 2013 4. 204 2006 5. 195 2012 6. 193 1998 7. 188 1986 7. 188 2010 9. 179 2007 10. 178 1997

Sacrifices 1. 109 1989 2. 91 1985 3. 87 1990 4. 79 1987 5. 71 1986 6. 69 1992 7. 67 2001 8. 65 1988 9. 60 1997 10. 56 1999

Walks 1. 190 2012 2. 165 2013 3. 160 2009 3. 160 1987 5. 153 1992 6. 146 1985 7. 143 2011 8. 142 1989 9. 140 2008 10. 137 1994

Stolen Bases 1. 138 1995 2. 111 1998 3. 101 1994 4. 99 1989 4. 99 1992 6. 97 1997 7. 96 1988 8. 94 1999 9. 92 2013 10. 91 1996

Strikeouts 1. 390 2005 2. 379 2008 3. 330 2007 4. 309 2009 5. 302 2004 6. 300 2010 7. 290 2011 8. 264 2012 9. 255 2003 10. 250 2006

Stolen Base Attempts 1. 157 1995 2. 127 1994 3. 125 1998 3. 125 1988 5. 120 1989 6. 115 1992 6. 115 2013 8. 113 1997 8. 113 1999 10. 112 1996

Team Single Season Pitching Losses 1. 49 2005 2. 42 2003 3. 39 2011 4. 37 2007 5. 33 2004 6. 31 2001 6. 31 2006 8. 29 2008 9. 28 1992 10. 27 2002

Complete Games 1. 58 1988 2. 57 1992 3. 53 1989 4. 50 1986 4. 50 1994 4. 50 1997 7. 49 1995 8. 48 1988 9. 47 1998 9. 47 1999

Saves 1. 8 2004 1. 8 2008 3. 5 2013 4. 4 2009 5. 3 2003 5. 3 2006 7. 2 1990 7. 2 1992 7. 2 2001 7. 2 2011

Innings Pitched 1. 447 1992 2. 445 2008 3. 423 1989 4. 416 1986 5. 414 2005 6. 409 1988 7. 408 1985 8. 401 2004 9. 387.2 2007 10. 387 1987

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Fewest Hits Allowed 1. 115 1997 2. 168 1983 3. 189 1984 3. 189 1986 5. 205 1988 6. 216 1985 7. 225 1991 8. 239 1996 9. 249 1993 10. 259 1995

Fewest Earned Runs Allowed 1. 11 1983 2. 28 1986 3. 30 1984 3. 30 1985 5. 44 1990 6. 51 1985 7. 53 1989 8. 56 1996 9. 61 1999 9. 61 1987

Fewest Walks Issued 1. 30 1990 2. 35 1983 3. 40 1988 4. 44 1998 5. 45 1996 5. 45 1999 7. 46 1993 8. 50 1989 9. 53 1986 10. 55 1995

Fewest Runs Allowed 1. 42 1988 2. 45 1983 3. 54 1984 3. 54 1986 5. 73 1996 6. 77 1990 7. 78 1985 8. 84 1989 9. 89 1987 10. 92 1991 10. 92 1995

Strikeouts 1. 380 1985 2. 344 1986 3. 343 1984 4. 339 2009 4. 339 2011 6. 303 2005 7. 296 2010 8. 291 2008 9. 287 1983 10. 280 2002

Shutouts 1. 36 1988 2. 30 1986 3. 26 1983 4. 25 1984 5. 24 1985 6. 23 1987 6. 23 1989 6. 23 1995 9. 22 1999 10. 21 1996

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50 1988 45 1989 45 1986 41 1987 40 1995 39 1994 38 1985 37 1983 37 2008 36 1996

Hits 1. 454 2008 2. 406 1988 3. 400 2004 4. 398 2005 4. 398 2007 6. 395 1986 7. 387 2013 8. 382 1997 9. 380 1994 10. 376 2009

1995 1996 2008 1986 1992 1983 2006 1984 1985 1994 2003 2004

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Wins 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

Most Wins 1. 50 1988 2. 45 1989 2. 45 1986 4. 41 1987 5. 40 1995 6. 39 1994 7. 38 1985 8. 37 1983 8. 37 2008 10. 36 1982 10. 36 1996

Triples 1. 17 2. 16 2. 16 4. 15 5. 14 6. 13 6. 13 8. 11 8. 11 10. 10 10. 10 10. 10

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Earned Run Avg. 1. 0.39 1983 2. 0.47 1986 3. 0.51 1988 4. 0.56 1984 5. 0.88 1985 6. 1.10 1987 7. 1.11 1992 8. 1.16 1996 9. 1.47 1997 10. 1.49 1994

At Bats 1. 1744 2008 2. 1 643 2005 3. 1584 1992 4. 1573 2004 5. 1568 1988 6. 1566 1986 7. 1545 2007 8. 1544 1989 9. 1517 2003 10. 1480 1994

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Games Played 1. 67 2005 2. 66 2008 3. 62 1992 4. 60 2004 5. 60 2007 6. 59 1989 7. 58 2003 7. 58 1988 7. 58 2012 10. 57 2009

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OPPONENT Adelphi Alabama Alabama State Alcorn State Angelo State Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Ark-Monticello Ark-Pine Bluff Auburn Austin Peay Ball State Baylor Belmont Birmingham Southern Boise State Bowling Green Bradley BYU Buffalo Butler California Cal St-Fullerton Cal-Poly Pomona Centenary Central Arkansas Central Michigan Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Colorado St. Columbia Connecticut Creighton Delaware Delta State DePaul Drexel East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Evansville Florida International Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner Webb George Mason George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Goshen Grambling State Hawai’i Houston Houston Baptist

W L T STK 2 1 0 +2 0 4 0 -4 2 0 0 +2 15 1 0 +7 0 1 0 -1 1 1 0 -1 1 4 0 -4 1 0 0 +1 1 4 0 -4 2 0 0 +2 1 0 0 +1 2 5 0 -2 0 1 0 -1 6 0 0 +6 30 18 0 -13 3 0 0 +3 5 2 0 +1 3 7 0 -5 4 0 0 +4 3 0 0 +3 1 5 0 -2 2 1 0 -1 2 2 0 -1 0 1 0 -1 0 4 0 -4 0 2 0 -2 47 13 0 +2 2 3 0 -3 2 1 0 +2 4 0 0 +4 1 0 0 +1 2 0 0 +2 0 2 0 -2 0 1 0 -1 1 2 0 -2 4 1 0 +2 0 1 0 -1 4 0 0 +4 1 0 0 +1 0 1 0 -1 3 1 0 +2 3 2 0 +3 4 1 0 -1 2 1 0 -1 1 4 0 -1 11 2 2 +2 8 34 0 -1 8 3 0 +4 1 0 0 +1 3 0 0 +3 1 0 0 +1 2 2 0 -2 2 1 0 +1 8 0 0 +8 2 1 0 +2 1 0 0 +1 9 0 0 +9 7 32 0 -3 0 2 0 -2 2 1 0 -1

Series Records Illinois-Chicago 1 0 Illinois State 2 6 Indiana 8 7 Indiana State 6 0 Iowa 2 0 Iowa State 5 1 IUPUI 3 0 Jackson State 15 0 Jacksonville State 0 6 Kansas 2 2 Kansas State 2 0 Kent State 1 1 Kentucky 1 1 Lipscomb 2 1 Long Beach State 2 2 UL-Lafayette 30 47 UL-Monroe 63 30 LSU 4 17 LSU-Alexandria 5 2 Louisville 0 1 Loyola-Chicago 0 2 Loyola-Marymount 0 4 Massachusetts 1 0 McNeese State 55 26 Mercer 1 1 Michigan 0 2 Michigan State 3 2 Middle Tenn. 1 4 Midwestern 1 0 Minnesota 0 2 Mississippi 4 5 Mississippi State 9 8 Mississippi Valley State 8 2 Missouri 3 6 Missouri-KC 2 0 Missouri State 6 3 Mobile College 1 0 Nebraska 4 4 Nevada 16 22 New Mexico 2 3 New Mexico St. 14 18 New Orleans 0 2 Nicholls State 56 20 North Carolina 1 1 North Carolina State 0 2 North Carolina-Charlotte 1 0 North Carolina-Wilmington 2 0 North Texas 3 5 Northern Colorado 2 1 Northern Illinois 7 1 Northern Iowa 0 1 Northwest Missouri 1 0 Northwestern 0 2 Northwestern State 52 42 Notre Dame 1 1 Ohio State 3 2 Oklahoma 4 6 Oklahoma City 6 5 Oklahoma State 3 14 Pacific 1 0 Penn State 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

+1 -2 +5 +6 +2 +4 +3 +15 -6 -2 +2 -1 -1 -1 -1 -26 +2 -16 +2 -1 -2 -4 +1 +1 -1 -2 -1 -4 +1 -2 -1 -8 +4 -5 +2 -2 +1 -2 +1 -3 -3 -2 +2 -1 -2 +1 +2 -1 -1 +1 -1 +1 -2 +2 -1 -1 -1 -4 -7 +1 +3

Portland State 1 3 0 -3 Prairie View A&M 2 0 0 +2 Presbyterian 0 1 0 -1 Purdue 0 2 0 -2 Robert Morris 1 0 0 +1 Rutgers 1 1 0 -1 Saint Mary’s 0 1 0 -1 Sam Houston State 14 11 0 -2 Samford 18 0 0 +18 San Diego State 0 3 0 -3 San Jose State 17 23 0 +1 Seattle 3 0 0 +3 South Alabama 0 3 0 -3 South Carolina 24 7 0 +5 South Florida 10 4 0 +4 Southeast Missouri 2 1 0 -1 Southeastern La. 44 15 0 -3 Southern 5 0 0 +5 Southern Arkansas 3 1 0 +1 Southern Illinois 4 3 0 -1 SI-Edwardsville 0 1 0 -1 Southern Mississippi 14 12 0 -2 Stanford 1 0 0 +1 Stephen F. Austin 41 22 0 -3 Syracuse 0 1 0 -1 Temple 1 1 0 -1 Tennessee 1 2 0 -1 Tennessee-Martin 1 1 0 -1 Tennessee State 1 0 0 +1 Texas A&M 22 37 0 -6 Texas A&M-CC 1 2 0 +1 Texas Arlington 33 17 0 +6 Texas State 10 5 0 -3 Texas Tech 1 1 0 -1 Texas Wesleyan 1 1 0 -1 Toledo 1 0 0 +1 Trinity 1 0 0 +1 Troy 2 4 0 +2 Tulsa 5 13 0 -3 UAB 3 1 0 +1 UCLA 0 1 0 -1 UNLV 0 1 0 -1 Utah 2 4 0 -1 Utah State 18 10 0 -2 UTEP 4 3 0 +1 UTSA 2 9 0 -1 Virginia 2 2 0 -1 Washington 0 2 0 -2 West Alabama 2 0 0 +2 West Texas State 2 0 0 +2 Western Illinois 0 1 0 -1 Western Kentucky 4 4 0 -3 Wichita State 3 0 0 +3 Winthrop College 2 0 0 +2 Wisconsin 1 0 0 +1 TOTALS 990 776 2 Team-by-team records do not include games from the fall of 1981 when Tech was 16-8 under Bill Galloway.

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Adelphi (Tech 2-1) 1985 Adelphi 3-2 1985 Tech 2-1 1985 Tech 2-0

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Alabama (UA 4-0) 1998 Alabama 3-2 1998 Alabama 3-2 2007 Alabama 12-4 2007 Alabama 15-0

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Alabama State (Tech 2-0) 2009 Tech 5-2 2010 Tech 6-5

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Arizona (Arizona 4-1) 1983 Tech 3-0 1987 Arizona 2-1 1990 Arizona 3-2 1990 Arizona 2-0 2005 Arizona 7-0

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Arizona State (Tech 1-0) 1992 Tech 4-3

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Arkansas (UA 4-1) 1998 Tech 5-1 2007 Arkansas 1-0 2007 Arkansas 5-4 2010 Arkansas 5-2 2010 Arkansas 5-3

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Ark-Monticello (Tech 2-0) 1999 Tech 2-0 1999 Tech 3-0

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Ark-Pine Bluff (Tech 1-0) 2008 Tech 3-0

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Auburn (Auburn 5-2) 2000 Auburn 6-0 2000 Auburn 4-3 2000 Auburn 3-0

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Ball State (Tech 6-0) 1985 Tech 8-0 1988 Tech 6-2 1988 Tech 1-0 1989 Tech 3-0 1995 Tech 4-0 1995 Tech 7-0

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Baylor (Tech 30-18) 1980 Tech 6-0 1980 Baylor 8-2 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 5-4 1982 Baylor 2-0 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 3-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Tech 4-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Baylor 1-0 1983 Tech 1-0 1983 Tech 6-0 1983 Tech 2-0 1983 Tech 2-1 1984 Tech 2-1 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 2-0 1985 Baylor 9-3 1985 Tech 4-3 1985 Tech 4-1 1986 Tech 7-0 1986 Tech 7-1 1986 Tech 4-2 1987 Tech 11-0 1987 Tech 7-0 1987 Baylor 5-2 1987 Tech 5-2 1987 Tech 11-0 1988 Tech 2-0 1996 Tech 11-2 1996 Tech 1-0 1996 Tech 4-2 2003 Baylor 3-2 2003 Baylor 14-0 2003 Baylor 6-5 2004 Baylor 2-0 2005 Baylor 6-5 2007 Baylor 5-0 2007 Baylor 8-0 2007 Baylor 4-1 2009 Baylor 4-3 2011 Baylor 11-0 2011 Baylor 9-0 2012 Baylor 3-1 2012 Baylor 3-1

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Belmont (Tech 3-0) 2001 Tech 5-2 2001 Tech 1-0 2008 Tech 5-4

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Birmingham Southern (Tech 5-2) 2002 Tech 9-0 A 2002 Tech 7-1 A 2003 BS 6-3 N 2003 Tech 4-1 A

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Boise State (Boise State 7-3) 2009 Tech 3-0 2009 Tech 7-2 2010 Boise State 4-2 2010 Boise State 3-2 2010 Tech 4-3 2010 Boise State 8-2 2011 Boise State 6-2 2011 Boise State 11-3 2011 Boise State 8-0 2011 Boise State 3-2

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Bowling Green (Tech 4-0) 1986 Tech 4-0 1987 Tech 6-4 2011 Tech 4-1 2011 Tech 5-4

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Bradley (Tech 3-0) 1987 Tech 3-0 2004 Tech 7-0 2004 Tech 6-4

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BYU (BYU 5-1) 2001 BYU 11-3 2001 BYU 8-0 2012 BYU5-0 2012 Tech 6-4 2012 BYU 5-1 2012 BYU 6-1

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Buffalo (Tech 2-1) 2008 Tech 8-0 2010 Tech 5-2 2010 Buffalo 10-7

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Butler (Tied 2-2) 1998 Tech 5-0 1998 Butler 3-0 2011 Tech 3-2 2011 Butler 5-3

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California (Cal 1-0) 1996 Cal 2-1

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Cal. St. Fullerton (CSF 4-0) 1984 CSF 2-1 1986 CSF 1-0 1986 CSF 4-0 1987 CSF 7-0

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Cal-Poly Pomona (Cal Poly 2-0) 1984 Cal-Poly 1-0 1984 Cal-Poly 12-0 Centenary (Tech 47-13) 1990 Tech 7-0 1990 Tech 7-0 1992 Tech 6-2 1992 Tech 8-4 1993 Tech 8-2 1993 Centenary 3-1 1993 Tech 3-2 1993 Tech 10-8 1994 Tech 4-1 1994 Tech 6-0 1994 Centenary 6-5

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1994 Tech 7-1 1995 Tech 3-1 1995 Tech 7-0 1995 Tech 4-2 1995 Tech 9-1 1995 Tech 3-0 1996 Tech 15-0 1996 Centenary 4-3 1996 Tech 3-0 1996 Tech 8-0 1997 Tech 13-0 1997 Tech 8-0 1997 Tech 1-0 1997 Tech 6-1 1998 Tech 9-1 1998 Tech 6-0 1998 Tech 8-1 1998 Tech 1-0 1999 Tech 5-3 1999 Tech 8-0 1999 Tech 2-1 1999 Tech 1-0 1999 Tech 5-0 2000 Tech 12-1 2000 Tech 7-4 2000 Tech 5-0 2000 Tech 2-0 2001 Tech 2-0 2001 Tech 5-2 2001 Tech 2-0 2001 Tech 5-2 2002 Centenary 4-1 2002 Tech 4-0 2002 Centenary 2-0 2002 Tech 2-0 2003 Tech 7-6 2003 Centenary 4-2 2003 Centenary 5-2 2004 Tech- 2-1 2004 Tech 1-0 2005 Centenary 3-1 2005 Centenary 7-4 2006 Centenary 10-2 2007 Centenary 4-2 2007 Tech 6-4 2008 Centenary 3-0 2008 Centenary 1-0 2010 Tech 9-1 2010 Tech 4-1

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Central Arkansas (UCA 3-2) 2002 Tech 12-1 A 2002 Tech 6-1 A 2008 UCA 3-2 N 2012 UCA 4-3 A 2012 UCA 9-7 H Central Michigan (Tech 2-1) 1984 CMU 3-2 1984 Tech 4-1 1988 Tech 6-1 N Charleston Southern (Tech 4-0) 1999 Tech 10-0 A 1999 Tech 7-2 A 2008 Tech 8-6 N 2008 Tech 7-1 N Coastal Carolina (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 9-1

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College of Charleston (Tech 2-0) 1999 Tech 6-0 A 1999 Tech 3-0 A Colorado State

(CSU 2-0) 1992 CSU 8-3 1992 CSU 2-1

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Columbia (Columbia 1-0) 2012 Columbia 5-4

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Connecticut (UConn 2-1) 1997 Tech 7-1 2003 UConn 4-0 2003 UConn 3-0

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Creighton (Tech 4-1) 1986 Tech 5-0 1986 Tech 4-2 1986 Creighton 4-3 1988 Tech 5-1 1988 Tech 1-0

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Delaware (Delaware 1-0) 2013 Delaware 4-3

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Delta State (Tech 4-0) 1992 Tech 7-0 1992 Tech 4-0 1993 Tech 6-0 1995 Tech 8-0

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DePaul (Tech 1-0) 1996 Tech 2-0

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Drexel (Drexel 1-0) 2012 Drexel 7-6

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East Carolina (Tech 3-1) 1991 Tech 3-0 1993 ECU 4-3 1994 Tech 2-1 1995 Tech 5-0

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Eastern Illinois (Tech 3-2) 1994 EIU 7-5 2006 EIU 8-7 2006 Tech 6-4 2012 Tech 2-0 2012 Tech 8-6

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Eastern Michigan (Tech 4-1) 1983 Tech 1-0 1983 Tech 4-0 1988 Tech 7-0 1992 Tech 4-1 1994 EMU 3-2

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Evansville (Tech 2-1) 1994 Tech 4-0 1994 Tech 9-0 2012 Evansville 11-3

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FIU (FIU 4-1) 2001 FIU 7-0 2001 FIU 2-1 2001 FIU 3-2 2001 Tech 11-8 2001 FIU 8-0

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Florida State (Tech 11-2-2) 1984 Tie 0-0

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Appalachian State (Tied 1-1) 2005 Tech 6-0 N 2005 ASU 6-1 N

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Angelo State (Angelo State 1-0) 1980 AS 3-1

Austin Peay (Austin Peay 1-0) 2008 Austin Peay 8-6

2003 Tech 3-0 2005 BS 3-2 2005 Tech 4-3

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Alcorn State (Tech 15-1) 2004 Tech 8-0 2007 Tech 8-4 2007 Tech 5-1 2007 Tech 9-0 2007 Tech 5-3 2007 Tech 11-8 2008 ASU 3-1 2008 Tech 11-2 2008 Tech 9-1 2008 Tech 10-0 2009 Tech 3-0 2009 Tech 10-2 2010 Tech 3-0 2013 Tech 8-0 2013 Tech 10-0 2013 Tech 8-2

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Fresno State (FSU 34-8) 2002 FSU 3-0 2002 FSU 9-0 2002 FSU 3-0 2002 FSU 2-0 2003 FSU 3-0 2003 FSU 10-1 2003 FSU 9-0 2003 FSU 2-0 2004 FSU 2-0 2004 FSU 8-4 2004 FSU 5-1 2004 FSU 2-0 2005 FSU 6-0 2005 FSU 6-0 2005 FSU 5-3 2006 Tech 2-1 2006 FSU 5-3 2006 FSU 9-0 2007 FSU 9-1 2007 FSU 4-0 2007 FSU 8-0 2008 Tech 5-3 2008 FSU 9-0 2008 FSU 1-0 2008 Tech 3-2 2009 FSU 7-0 2009 FSU 3-0 2009 Tech 1-0 2009 FSU 5-0 2010 FSU 2-1 2010 FSU 4-0 2010 Tech 3-1 2011 FSU 2-0 2011 FSU 10-1 2011 FSU 2-1 2011 Tech 2-0 2011 FSU 1-0 2012 FSU 4-0 2012 FSU 4-0 2012 Tech 6-4 2012 Tech 17-7

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Furman (Tech 8-3) 1987 Tech 1-0 1988 Furman 1-0 1989 Furman 1-0 1989 Tech 1-0 1990 Tech 10-1 1990 Tech 3-1 1992 Furman 4-3 1992 Tech 3-1 1994 Tech 5-2 1994 Tech 3-2 1997 Tech 1-0

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Gardner-Webb (Tech 1-0) 2010 Tech 7-5

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George Mason (Tech 3-0) 1987 Tech 4-0 1994 Tech 5-0 1996 Tech 13-0

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George Washington (Tech 1-0) 2012 Tech 4-2 N Georgia

(Tied 2-2) 1997 Tech 10-0 1997 Tech 5-1 1998 Georgia 5-1 1998 Georgia 4-3

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Georgia Southern (Tech 2-1) 1995 Tech 8-1 N 1999 GS 3-2 A 1999 Tech 9-0 A

(UH 2-0) 2003 Houston 2-0 2003 Houston 6-0

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Houston Baptist (Tech 2-1) 2001 Tech 4-0 2001 Tech 2-1 2013 HBU 5-4

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Illinois-Chicago (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 8-1

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Georgia State (Tech 8-0) 1985 Tech 11-0 1987 Tech 2-0 1991 Tech 11-5 1991 Tech 4-0 1992 Tech 11-0 1993 Tech 4-3 1994 Tech 3-1 1994 Tech 7-0

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Georgia Tech (Tech 2-1) 1994 GT 6-2 1994 Tech 2-0 1997 Tech 8-6

Illinois State (ISU 6-2) 1982 ISU 7-3 1982 ISU 4-3 1983 Tech 2-0 1983 ISU 4-0 1988 ISU 1-0 1989 Tech 3-1 1992 ISU 5-4 1992 ISU 4-2

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Indiana (Tech 8-7) 1983 Tech 1-0 1983 Indiana 1-0 1986 Tech 4-3 1986 Tech 4-3 1986 Tech 3-2 1986 Indiana 1-0 1986 Indiana 1-0 1987 Indiana 2-1 1987 Indiana 2-0 1988 Indiana 4-2 1990 Indiana 4-0 1990 Tech 3-0 1992 Tech 4-3 1992 Tech 3-0 1994 Tech 6-2 1995 Tech 6-2

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Indiana State (Tech 6-0) 1982 Tech 5-4 1982 Tech 1-0 1983 Tech 7-2 1983 Tech 5-0 1989 Tech 7-0 1989 Tech 1-0

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Goshen (Tech 1-0) 2000 Tech 7-3

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Grambling State (Tech 9-0) 1998 Tech 13-0 1998 Tech 13-0 2002 Tech 8-0 2002 Tech 9-0 2006 Tech 12-1 2006 Tech 12-0 2006 Tech 13-5 2006 Tech 8-0 2010 Tech 7-0

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Hawaii (UH 32-7) 2002 Hawaii 3-0 2002 Tech 4-1 2002 Hawaii 5-0 2002 Hawaii 5-1 2003 Hawaii 6-3 2003 Hawaii 8-3 2003 Hawaii 6-3 2003 Hawaii 7-0 2004 Tech 1-0 2004 Hawaii 3-0 2004 Tech 5-4 2004 Hawaii 5-3 2005 Hawaii 7-1 2005 Hawaii 9-1 2005 Hawaii 6-3 2006 Hawaii 7-1 2006 Hawaii 8-1 2006 Hawaii 8-1 2006 Hawaii 8-0 2007 Hawaii 5-1 2007 Hawaii 9-0 2007 Hawaii 7-3 2007 Hawaii 5-2 2008 Hawaii 4-1 2008 Hawaii 6-4 2008 Tech 2-1 2009 Hawaii 3-0 2009 Tech 8-1 2009 Hawaii 4-0 2009 Tech 7-1 2010 Hawaii 3-1 2010 Hawaii 8-5 2010 Hawaii 9-0 2011 Hawaii 6-0 2011 Hawaii 4-0 2011 Tech 1-0 2012 Hawaii 9-1 2012 Hawaii 9-1 2012 Hawaii 8-0

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Iowa (Tech 2-0) 1982 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 7-0 Iowa State (Tech 5-1) 1982 Iowa State 5-2 1983 Tech 5-0 1988 Tech 4-3 1988 Tech 8-3 1989 Tech 6-2 1994 Tech 5-0

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IUPUI (Tech 3-0) 2008 Tech 3-2 2008 Tech 6-2 2012 Tech 2-1

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Jackson State (Tech 15-0) 1998 Tech 17-0 1998 Tech 19-4 2000 Tech 11-1 2000 Tech 10-1 2001 Tech 9-1 2001 Tech 6-0 2002 Tech 5-1 2002 Tech 10-1 2003 Tech 10-0 2003 Tech 1-0 2004 Tech 30-0 2004 Tech 12-4 2005 Tech 8-0

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2005 Tech 11-1 2006 Tech 15-4

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Jacksonville State (JSU 6-0) 1999 JSU 1-0 1999 JSU 1-0 2006 JSU 4-3 2006 JSU 4-1 2008 JSU 5-3 2013 JSU 11-1

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Kansas (Tied 2-2) 1986 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 4-1 1992 Kansas 10-1 2008 Kansas 11-3

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Kansas State (Tech 2-0) 1983 Tech 1-0 1986 Tech 13-1

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Kent State (Tied 1-1) 1988 Tech 4-0 1989 KSU 4-3

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Kentucky (Tied 1-1) 1998 Tech 11-1 2000 Kentucky 5-4

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Lipscomb (Tech 2-1) 2004 Tech 1-0 2004 Tech 8-2 2009 Lipscomb 1-0

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Long Beach State (Tied 2-2) 1986 LBSU 2-0 1986 Tech 1-0 1996 Tech 1-0 1996 LBSU 8-4

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UL-Lafayette (ULL 47-30) 1980 ULL 10-8 1984 ULL 1-0 1985 Tech 2-0 1985 Tech 2-0 1985 Tech 3-0 1985 ULL 1-0 1985 Tech 1-0 1986 Tech 7-1 1986 Tech 1-0 1986 Tech 3-0 1986 Tech 5-3 1987 Tech 4-0 1987 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 5-3 1987 Tech 1-0 1988 Tech 5-0 1988 Tech 2-1 1988 Tech 1-0 1988 Tech 4-0 1989 Tech 2-0 1989 Tech 6-2 1989 Tech 1-0 1989 ULL 2-0 1990 Tech 1-0 1990 ULL 4-2 1990 Tech 1-0 1990 Tech 3-1 1991 ULL 1-0 1991 Tech 1-0 1991 ULL 1-0 1992 Tech 2-0 1992 ULL 7-0 1992 ULL 1-0 1992 Tech 2-1 1993 ULL 10-0 1993 ULL 6-0 1993 ULL 3-1 1993 ULL 2-1

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1994 ULL 2-1 1994 ULL 4-0 1994 ULL 1-0 1994 Tech 5-4 1994 ULL 2-1 1995 ULL 6-0 1995 ULL 4-0 1995 Tech 4-1 1996 ULL 2-1 1996 ULL 4-1 1997 Tech 1-0 1997 ULL 7-1 1998 Tech 3-1 1998 ULL 12-1 1999 ULL 5-3 1999 ULL 10-0 2000 ULL 16-0 2001 ULL 4-0 2001 ULL 4-0 2001 ULL 4-1 2001 ULL 8-0 2003 ULL 8-0 2003 ULL 4-0 2004 ULL 11-1 2004 ULL 4-1 2004 ULL 4-1 2005 ULL 8-1 2005 ULL 11-0 2006 ULL 10-4 2006 ULL 8-3 2008 ULL 13-0 2008 ULL 8-3 2009 ULL 11-0 2009 ULL 8-0 2009 ULL 3-2 2012 ULL 9-0 2013 ULL 4-1 2013 ULL 9-1 UL-Monroe (Tech 63-30) 1980 ULM 17-0 1980 ULM 13-0 1981 Tech 10-7 1981 Tech 12-5 1981 Tech 9-3 1982 Tech 16-0 1982 Tech 6-0 1982 Tech 11-1 1982 Tech 4-2 1983 Tech 3-0 1983 Tech 7-1 1983 Tech 2-1 1983 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 4-0 1984 Tech 2-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 2-1 1985 ULM 2-1 1985 Tech 5-4 1985 Tech 1-0 1985 ULM 2-0 1985 Tech 7-0 1986 Tech 7-0 1986 Tech 9-0 1986 Tech 3-0 1986 Tech 19-0 1987 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 2-1 1987 Tech 7-5 1988 Tech 10-0 1988 Tech 4-1 1989 Tech 7-2 1989 Tech 10-2 1990 Tech 10-0 1990 ULM 2-1 1990 Tech 6-1 1990 Tech 1-0 1990 Tech 3-0 1991 ULM 3-2 1991 ULM 2-1 1991 Tech 1-0 1992 ULM 1-0 1992 Tech 4-1 1992 Tech 2-1 1993 Tech 5-0 1993 Tech 5-1

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Louisville (UL 1-0) 2005 UL 8-0

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Loyola-Chicago (Loyola-C 2-0) 2001 Loyola-C 2-1

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Loyola-Marymount (LMU 4-0) 2002 LMU 3-0 2002 LMU 1-0 2002 LMU 7-1 2002 LMU 4-0

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Massachusetts (Tech 1-0) 1997 Tech 2-1

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McNeese State (Tech 55-26) 1980 MSU 17-2 1980 MSU 5-3 1980 MSU 19-0 1980 MSU 18-4 1981 MSU 7-2 1981 MSU 3-1 1981 MSU 6-5 1981 MSU 3-0 1981 MSU 5-4 1981 MSU 5-0 1982 Tech 6-0 1982 Tech 8-1 1983 Tech 8-0 1983 Tech 3-0 1983 Tech 11-2 1983 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 3-0 1984 Tech 5-0 1985 Tech 4-0 1985 Tech 3-0 1985 Tech 5-3 1985 Tech 7-0 1985 Tech 3-0 1986 Tech 4-0 1986 Tech 9-0 1986 Tech 3-0 1988 Tech 4-0 1988 Tech 6-0 1988 Tech 7-0 1988 Tech 4-0 1988 Tech 4-0 1989 Tech 7-0 1989 Tech 10-0 1989 Tech 9-1 1989 Tech 6-1 1990 Tech 4-0 1990 Tech 8-1 1990 Tech 6-1 1990 Tech 4-0 1991 MSU 2-1 1991 MSU 1-0 1991 MSU 4-1 1991 Tech 2-1 1992 Tech 5-1 1992 Tech 5-0 1992 Tech 10-2 1992 Tech 8-0 1993 Tech 1-0 1993 Tech 10-2 1993 Tech 4-1 1993 MSU 6-3 1993 Tech 4-3 1994 Tech 7-1 1994 Tech 2-1 1994 Tech 3-2 1994 MSU 5-3 1995 MSU 7-1 1995 Tech 3-2 1999 Tech 4-2 1999 MSU 5-0 2004 MSU 7-3 2004 Tech 2-1 2005 MSU 1-0 2005 MSU 7-5 2007 Tech 4-0 2007 MSU 8-3 2007 MSU 2-0 2007 MSU 3-2 2008 Tech 2-0 2008 Tech 9-1

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Mercer (Tied 1-1) 1996 Tech 3-0 2003 Mercer 6-2 Michigan (UM 2-0) 2012 Michigan 7-5 2012 Michigan 5-4

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Missouri (Missouri 6-3) 1984 Missouri 2-0 1985 Tech 7-3 1986 Tech 2-0 1989 Tech 5-1 1990 Missouri 4-3 1990 Missouri 3-0 1992 Missouri 2-1 2005 Missouri 11-1 2005 Missouri 6-1

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Missouri-KC (Tech 2-0) 2005 Tech 3-0 2005 Tech 2-1

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Missouri State (Tech 6-3) 1985 Tech 1-0 1985 Tech 2-1 1985 Tech 1-0 1987 Tech 3-1 1987 Tech 5-4 1990 SWMS 8-7 1992 Tech 9-2 1992 SWMS 4-1 1993 SWMS 1-0

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Mobile College (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 8-0

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Michigan State (Tech 3-2) 1984 Tech 3-2 1984 MSU 5-4 1988 Tech 4-1 1988 Tech 14-0 1997 MSU 3-0

N N N

Middle Tennessee (MT 4-1) 1995 Tech 4-0 2001 MT 2-0 2001 MT 3-0 2001 MT 2-0 2001 MT 6-0

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Midwestern (Tech 1-0) 1982 Tech 6-0

N

Minnesota (Minnesota 2-0) 1992 Minnesota 1-0 1997 Minnesota 2-0

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Northern Illinois (Tech 7-1) 1987 Tech 7-6 1987 Tech 6-0 1991 Tech 3-0 1992 Tech 6-4 1992 Tech 5-4 1995 Tech 2-0 1997 NIU 9-6

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Tulsa (Tulsa 13-5) 1994 Tech 6-4 1995 Tulsa 8-5 1998 Tech 2-0 2002 Tulsa 1-0 2002 Tulsa 2-0 2002 Tulsa 6-1 2002 Tulsa 4-0 2003 Tulsa 5-1 2003 Tech 2-1 2003 Tech 2-1 2003 Tulsa 1-0 2003 Tulsa 2-1 2004 Tulsa 2-0 2004 Tulsa 8-0 2004 Tech 1-0 2005 Tulsa 2-0 2005 Tulsa 8-0 2005 Tulsa 11-3

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Year by Year Results Spring 1980 (2-12) Coach: Barry Canterbury 0 UL-Monroe 17 2 UL-Monroe 13 3 Northwestern State 11 3 Northwestern State 13 2 McNeese State 17 3 McNeese State 5 5 New Orleans 6 2 New Orleans 11 0 McNeese State 19 4 McNeese State 18 11 LSU-Alexandria 6 6 LSU-Alexandria 4 8 UL-Lafayette 10 5 LSU-Alexandria 9 Fall 1980 (5-10) Coach: Barry Canterbury 2 Texas Wesleyan 1 3 Texas Wesleyan 9 8 Stephen F. Austin 12 0 Oklahoma State 8 0 UT Arlington 1 1 UT Arlington 8 2 Oklahoma State 3 0 Stephen F. Austin 8 10 Sam Houston St. 4 6 Baylor 0 8 Texas Tech 7 11 Trinity Univ. 1 2 Saint Mary’s 9 1 Angelo State 3 2 Baylor 8 Spring 1981 (18-17) Coach: Gary Blair 10 Nicholls State 4 5 Nicholls State 2

2 McNeese State 7 1 McNeese State 3 6 Stephen F. Austin 8 4 Stephen F. Austin 3 10 UL-Monroe 7 10 UL-Monroe 5 1 Northwestern State 5 8 Northwestern State 4 1 UT Arlington 14 3 UT Arlington 5 4 UT Arlington 10 4 UT Arlington 0 13 LSU-Alexandria 2 3 LSU-Alexandria 4 5 McNeese State 6 0 McNeese State 3 1 Northwestern State 3 2 Northwestern State 1 12 UL-Monroe 5 9 UL-Monroe 3 4 Oklahoma 5 2 Oklahoma 9 5 Oklahoma City 3 4 Oklahoma City 2 10 Nicholls State 1 5 Nicholls State 2 13 LSU-Alexandria 1 12 LSU-Alexandria 0 1 LSU 0 4 McNeese State 5 0 LSU 9 0 McNeese State 5 1 Oklahoma State 3 Fall 1981 (16-8) Coach: Bill Galloway (Scores not available)

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1982 (36-10) Coach: Bill Galloway 3 LSU 4 3 LSU 1 3 LSU 4 1 LSU 0 5 Indiana State 4 1 Indiana State 0 2 Baylor 1 5 Baylor 4 4 Stephen F. Austin 2 12 Stephen F. Austin 2 3 Illinois State 7 0 Oklahoma State 2 13 Northern Colorado 2 5 Iowa 0 5 Nebraska 1 16 UL-Monroe 0 6 UL-Monroe 0 6 McNeese State 0 8 McNeese State 1 3 NW Missouri 2 2 Oklahoma 3 3 Illinois State 4 2 Iowa State 5 3 LSU 0 2 LSU 5 0 Baylor 2 6 Midwestern 0 7 Oklahoma City 5 1 UT Arlington 0 10 West Texas Stateate 2 2 Baylor 1 2 Baylor 1 3 Baylor 0 1 Baylor 0 4 Baylor 0 6 UT Arlington 5 1 UT Arlington 0

5 UT Arlington 4 UT Arlington 11 UL-Monroe 4 UL-Monroe 1 Stephen F. Austin 10 Stephen F. Austin 1 Baylor 1 Baylor 0 Baylor

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1983 (37-11) Coach: Bill Galloway 2 Nicholls State 0 4 Nicholls State 0 1 UT Arlington 0 2 UT Arlington 0 1 Texas A&M 2 0 Texas A&M 4 7 Indiana State 2 5 Indiana State 0 8 McNeese State 0 3 McNeese State 0 3 Arizona 0 1 Indiana 0 1 Kansas State 0 2 Nebraska 1 1 New Mexico 0 0 Indiana 1 1 Eastern Michigan 0 4 Eastern Michigan 0 11 McNeese State 2 5 McNeese State 0 3 Baylor 1 6 Baylor 0 0 Utah 3 5 Iowa State 0 3 West Texas Stateate 1 0 Sam Houston St. 1 2 South Carolina 1

2 Oklahoma 2 Illinois State 0 South Carolina 0 Illinois State 4 Mississippi State 9 Mississippi State 3 UL-Monroe 7 UL-Monroe 2 UL-Monroe 5 UL-Monroe 2 Baylor 2 Baylor 1 Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M 1 Stephen F. Austin 0 Stephen F. Austin

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NCAA Tournament 9 Penn State 2 2 Penn State 0 2 Pacific✦ 0 0 UCLA✦ 8 0 Texas A&M✦ 2 1984 (34-14-1) Coach: Bill Galloway 2 UT Arlington 0 7 UT Arlington 1 0 UL-Lafayette 1 4 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 Florida State 0 2 Baylor 1 0 Texas A&M 1 5 McNeese 0 1 McNeese 0 4 Mississippi State 0 9 Mississippi State 1 2 Central Mich. 3 4 Central Mich. 1

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NCAA Tournament 0 Texas A&M 3 5 Texas A&M 1 1 Texas A&M 0 0 Nebraska✦ 6 0 Northwestern State✦ 1 1986 (45-11) Coach: Bill Galloway 5 Creighton 0 4 Creighton 2 2 Sam Houston St. 0 4 McNeese State 0 4 Bowling Green 0 7 Baylor 0 1 Toledo 0 0 Texas A&M 6 1 Nicholls State 0 3 Nicholls State 0 0 Cal St.-Fullerton 1 0 Cal St.-Fullerton 4 0 Cal St.-Long Bch 2 1 Cal St.-Long Bch 0 2 San Diego State 3 1 South Carolina 0 6 South Carolina 0 2 Northwestern State 0 6 Northwestern State 1 2 Missouri 0 13 Kansas State 1 1 Kansas 0 7 Oklahoma State 3 9 McNeese State 0 3 McNeese State 0 7 UL-Monroe 0 9 UL-Monroe 0 4 Indiana 3 3 Indiana 2 0 Indiana 1 2 Mississippi State 1 1 Mississippi State 0 2 Southern Miss 1 7 Southern Miss 0 7 UL-Lafayette 1 1 UL-Lafayette 0 11 Nicholls State 1 8 Nicholls State 0 0 Texas A&M 2 1 Texas A&M 2 7 Baylor 1 4 Baylor 2 2 Northwestern State 0 6 Northwestern State 2 3 UL-Lafayette 0

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NCAA Tournament 4 Florida State 0 1 Florida State 0 0 Indiana✦ 1 3 Creighton✦ 4 1987 (41-14) Coach: Bill Galloway 3 Northwestern State 1 8 Northwestern State 1 11 Baylor 0 7 Baylor 0 1 Oklahoma State 0 0 Cal St.-Fullerton 7 2 Sam Houston 0 2 Baylor 5 4 Texas A&M 0 2 South Carolina 0 3 SW Missouri 1 5 SW Missouri 4 0 Nicholls State 3 1 Nicholls State 3 10 Southern Illinois 1 6 Southern Illinois 3 1 Arizona 2 6 Sam Houston 2 5 Oklahoma 2 4 UL-Lafayette 0 0 Nebraska 2 4 Kansas 1 1 Indiana 2 1 UL-Monroe 0 1 UL-Monroe 0 5 Baylor 2 11 Baylor 0 6 Northwestern State 0 6 Northwestern State 1 1 UL-Lafayette 0 1 UL-Lafayette 0 4 George Mason 0 2 South Carolina 1 1 Furman 0 0 South Florida 3 2 Georgia State 0 0 Nicholls State 2 1 Florida State 2 5 UL-Lafayette 3 1 UL-Lafayette 0 2 Nicholls State 0 3 Nicholls State 0 1 Texas A&M 7 6 Texas A&M 4 2 UL-Monroe 1 7 UL-Monroe 5 3 Stephen F. Austin 0 3 Stephen F. Austin 0 6 Bowling Green 4 7 Northern Illinois 6 3 Bradley 0 0 Indiana 2 6 Northern Illinois 0 NCAA Tournament 0 Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M

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1988 (50-8) Coach: Bill Galloway 4 McNeese State 0 6 McNeese State 0 10 Northwestern State 8 2 Northwestern State 0 6 Ball State 2 1 Ball State 0 1 Oklahoma State 3 0 Illinois State 1 1 Sam Houston 0 1 South Carolina 0 7 McNeese 0 2 Texas A&M 0 7 Florida State 0 1 Temple 0 3 North Carolina 0 7 Eastern Mich. 0 7 Virginia 0 1 South Florida 0 6 Central Mich. 1 1 South Carolina 0 2 South Carolina 0 2 Baylor 0 2 Indiana 4 5 South Carolina 1 4 Kent State 0 10 UL-Monroe 0 4 UL-Monroe 1 3 Southern Miss 0 5 Southern Miss 0 2 Northwestern State 0 1 Northwestern State 0 5 UL-Lafayette 0 2 UL-Lafayette 1 9 Winthrop Col. 8 8 South Florida 1 4 Iowa State 3 0 Furman 1 5 Nicholls State 0 3 South Carolina 1 8 Iowa State 3 4 McNeese State 0 4 McNeese State 0 4 Texas A&M 1 2 Texas A&M 1 1 UL-Lafayette 0 4 UL-Lafayette 0 4 Stephen F. Austin 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 3 5 Nicholls State 0 2 Nicholls State 0 4 Michigan State 1 5 Creighton 1 14 Michigan State 0 1 Creighton 0 NCAA Tournament 6 Florida State 0 Texas A&M 4 Texas A&M 0 Texas A&M

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1989 (45-14) Coach: Bill Galloway 7 McNeese State 0 10 McNeese State 0 3 Texas A&M 1 3 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 Texas State 1 3 Ball State 0 6 Utah State 1 11 Texas A&M 1

2 UL-Lafayette 0 Stephen F. Austin 2 Stephen F. Austin 7 Indiana State 1 Indiana State 4 Ohio State 3 Kent State 5 Missouri 9 Ohio State 7 Sam Houston St. 6 UL-Lafayette 1 UL-Lafayette 0 Furman 5 South Carolina 1 Furman 2 South Carolina 2 Northwestern State 4 Northwestern State 0 UL-Lafayette 6 Nicholls State 4 Nicholls State 1 UL-Monroe 7 UL-Monroe 10 UL-Monroe 3 Texas A&M 6 Iowa State 9 Oklahoma 0 Oklahoma State 1 Western Illinois 3 Illinois State 9 McNeese State 6 McNeese State 9 Southern Miss 4 Southern Miss 1 Texas A&M 8 Texas A&M 3 Northwestern State 4 Northwestern State 1 Stephen F. Austin 0 Stephen F. Austin 4 South Florida 4 South Florida 1 South Florida 1 Florida State 4 Nicholls State 1 Florida State 3 Nicholls State

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1990 (35-18) Coach: Bill Galloway 2 Northwestern State 0 1 Northwestern State 2 4 McNeese State 0 8 McNeese State 1 10 Furman 1 3 Furman 1 3 Sam Houston St. 2 1 UT Arlington 0 10 UL-Monroe 0 3 Nebraska 0 1 UL-Monroe 2 1 UL-Lafayette 0 2 UL-Lafayette 4 7 Nicholls State 3 2 Nicholls State 0 6 UL-Monroe 1 1 UL-Monroe 0

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1985 (38-14-1) Coach: Bill Galloway 0 Florida State 0 7 Missouri 3 4 McNeese 0 8 Ball State 0 2 UL-Lafayette 0 1 South Carolina 0 0 Texas A&M 5 0 Nicholls State 1 1 Nicholls State 2 3 McNeese 0 5 McNeese 3 2 UL-Lafayette 0 3 UL-Lafayette 0 1 SW Missouri 0 2 SW Missouri 1 6 Stanford 0 3 Baylor 9 0 Utah State 2 3 South Florida 0 2 New Mexico 0 0 Texas A&M 9 2 Florida State 1 1 UL-Monroe 2 1 SW Missouri 0 0 UL-Lafayette 1 1 UL-Lafayette 0 2 Adelphi 3 2 Adelphi 1 11 Georgia State 0 4 Florida State 3 2 Adelphi 0 3 Nicholls State 1

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1 South Carolina 7 McNeese 3 McNeese 5 UL-Monroe 1 UL-Monroe 0 Nicholls State 2 Nicholls State 3 Mississippi State 5 Mississippi State 4 Baylor 4 Baylor 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 Oklahoma City 4 Oklahoma City 0 UL-Monroe 7 UL-Monroe 1 Texas A&M 2 Texas A&M

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7 Iowa 6 Wichita State 0 Missouri 4 New Mexico St. 1 New Mexico St. 0 Oklahoma State 4 UL-Monroe 2 UL-Monroe 3 Michigan State 4 Michigan State 1 McNeese State 3 McNeese State 1 Baylor 1 Cal St.-Fullerton 0 Texas Tech 4 Sam Houston St. 5 McNeese State 1 Texas A&M 0 Utah 6 Nicholls State 6 South Carolina 1 Texas A&M 1 UL-Monroe 2 UL-Monroe 1 South Carolina 4 South Carolina 3 Nicholls State 1 Nicholls State 2 Baylor 2 Baylor 5 Nicholls State 10 Nicholls State 1 Texas A&M 0 Texas A&M

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3 UL-Monroe 1 Stephen F. Austin 5 Stephen F. Austin 2 South Carolina 7 SW Missouri St. 6 UT Arlington 1 South Carolina 1 Southern Illinois 0 Indiana 3 Missouri 0 Missouri 3 Indiana 4 Southeastern La. 9 Southeastern La. 1 UL-Lafayette 3 UL-Lafayette 0 UT Arlington 0 UT Arlington 4 Northwestern State 5 Northwestern State 6 McNeese 4 McNeese 4 Nicholls State 7 Nicholls State 0 Texas A&M 3 Texas A&M 5 Stephen F. Austin 3 Stephen F. Austin 1 UT Arlingtonh 2 New Mexico 3 UT Arlington 1 New Mexico 1 Utah 3 Utah 2 Arizona 0 Arizona 7 Centenary (Forfeit) 7 Centenary (Forfeit)

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1991 (15-19) Coach: Bill Galloway 3 Southeastern La. 0 7 Southeastern La. 0 2 UL-Monroe 3 0 Texas A&M 1 3 Southern Miss 2 1 Northwestern State 2 0 Nicholls State 1 3 Nicholls State 2 0 UL-Lafayette 1 1 UL-Lafayette 0 11 Georgia State 5 2 North Carolina 6 0 South Carolina 4 2 UT Arlington 1 3 Northern Illinois 0 1 Oklahoma State 0 5 Oklahoma City 19 2 Oklahoma City 1 2 Sam Houston St. 12 1 Sam Houston St. 6 1 McNeese State 2 0 McNeese State 1 2 Northwestern State 0 0 Northwestern State 4 2 Nicholls State 6 0 Nicholls State 5 0 South Florida 2 3 East Carolina 0 4 Georgia State 0 0 UL-Lafayette 1 1 McNeese State 4

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1992 (34-28) Coach: Bill Galloway 14 Southern Miss 0 10 Southern Miss 1 2 Northwestern State 3 0 Northwestern State 1 1 UT Arlington 4 0 Oklahoma State 1 0 UT Arlington 3 0 Oklahoma State 2 1 Missouri 2 4 Illinois State 5 0 UL-Monroe 1 0 Ohio State 1 0 South Carolina 1 0 Minnesota 1 6 Northern Illinois 4 3 Texas A&M 0 1 Nebraska 0 0 South Carolina 2 3 South Carolina 2 3 Southern Illinois 4 2 Illinois State 4 2 UT Arlington 0 5 Northern Illinois 4 1 Sam Houston 0 4 Indiana 3 3 Colorado State 8 1 Kansas 10 0 Texas A&M 1 3 Indiana 0 1 UT Arlington 5 0 Sam Houston 2 4 Arizona State 3 1 Colorado State 2 6 UTSA 0 9 SW Missouri 2 1 SW Missouri 4 5 McNeese State 1 5 McNeese State 0 1 Nicholls State 0 1 Nicholls State 2 2 UL-Lafayette 0 0 UL-Lafayette 7 7 Delta State 0 4 Delta State 0 6 Centenary 2 8 Centenary 4 11 Georgia State 0 5 NC-Wilmington 1 0 South Florida 1 3 Furman 4 3 Southeastern La. 0 4 Eastern Mich. 1 3 Furman 1 2 South Florida 4 10 McNeese State 2 8 McNeese State 0 1 Stephen F. Austin 0 6 Stephen F. Austin 5 0 UL-Lafayette 1 2 UL-Lafayette 1 4 UL-Monroe 1 2 UL-Monroe 1 1993 (21-15) Coach: Bill Galloway 1 McNeese State 0

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10 McNeese State 2 10 Stephen F. Austin 1 11 Stephen F. Austin 1 8 Centenary 2 1 Centenary 3 0 UL-Lafayette 10 0 UL-Lafayette 6 2 Southeastern La. 0 6 Southeastern La. 5 5 UL-Monroe 0 5 UL-Monroe 1 5 Southeastern La. 0 5 Southeastern La. 4 1 Northwestern State 3 1 Northwestern State 2 2 Nebraska 4 0 SW Missouri St. 1 1 Nebraska 4 6 Delta State 0 3 Centenary 2 10 Centenary 8 5 NC-Wilmington 3 4 Georgia State 3 3 East Carolina 4 5 Winthrop 4 7 Nicholls State 3 4 McNeese State 1 4 South Carolina 1 0 Texas A&M 4 3 McNeese State 6 4 McNeese State 3 1 UL-Lafayette 3 1 UL-Lafayette 2 1 Northwestern State 4 0 Northwestern State 1 1994 (39-16) Coach Bill Galloway 7 McNeese State 2 McNeese State 4 Texas A & M 4 Texas A&M 2 Southeastern La. 5 Southeastern La. 6 Tulsa 3 Georgia State 7 Georgia State 2 Georgia Tech 2 Georgia Tech 5 Furman 3 Furman 4 Samford 4 Samford 4 Evansville 9 Evansville 1 UL-Lafayette 0 UL-Lafayette 2 Northwestern State 0 Northwestern State 2 UL-Monroe 5 UL-Monroe 5 Iowa State 5 Eastern Illinois 0 Florida State 6 Indiana 2 E. Michigan 4 Centenary 6 Centenary 4 Nicholls State 7 Nicholls State 6 Stephen F. Austin 0 Stephen F. Austin

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8 Southeastern La. 7 Southeastern La. 5 Centenary 7 Centenary 3 McNeese State 3 McNeese State 5 Stephen F. Austin 7 Stephen F. Austin 8 NC-Charlotte 2 East Carolina 3 South Florida 3 SE Missouri St. 5 George Mason 0 UL-Lafayette 1 Texas A&M 5 UL-Lafayette 1 UL-Lafayette 6 Northwestern State 9 Northwestern State 1 UL-Monroe 7 UL-Monroe

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1995 (40-14) Coach Bill Galloway 3 Centenary 1 7 Centenary 0 0 Nicholls State 1 0 Nicholls State 4 8 Mobile 0 8 Delta State 0 5 Oklahoma City 11 4 Centenary 2 1 UL-Monroe 0 4 South Florida 0 6 South Florida 0 3 UT Arlington 0 5 Tulsa 8 0 UL-Lafayette 6 0 UL-Lafayette 4 4 Ball State 0 6 Indiana 2 2 Northern Illinois 0 0 Temple 2 0 Virginia 6 0 Oklahoma State 1 6 Southeastern La. 0 2 Southeastern La. 0 7 Ball State 0 8 Robert Morris 0 4 Notre Dame 2 10 Samford 0 4 Samford 0 5 South Carolina 2 3 South Carolina 2 1 McNeese State 7 3 McNeese State 2 3 Southeastern La. 8 4 Southeastern La. 1 9 Centenary 1 3 Centenary 0 10 Northwestern State 0 8 Northwestern State 0 4 Middle Tenn. St. 0 8 Ga. Southern 1 8 Illinois-Chicago 1 5 East Carolina 0 9 Coastal Carolina 1 3 South Carolina 2 4 UL-Lafayette 1 1 Nicholls State 0 9 Northwestern State 0 4 Northwestern State 3

1 UL-Monroe 2 UL-Monroe 3 Texas A&M 3 Texas A&M

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1996 (36-12) Coach: Bill Galloway 15 Centenary 0 3 Centenary 4 1 Southeastern La. 0 2 Southeastern La. 3 7 Stephen F. Austin 3 4 Utah 1 0 Oklahoma 2 3 Oklahoma State 4 11 Baylor 2 5 Texas State 3 1 Texas State 0 5 Wichita State 1 1 Long Beach St. 0 1 Texas A&M 5 5 Wichita State 0 3 Texas A&M 8 4 Long Beach St. 8 1 California 2 2 DePaul 0 1 Oklahoma State 3 2 UNLV 2 2 Utah 7 5 UL-Monroe 0 4 UL-Monroe 0 3 Northwestern State 1 5 Northwestern State 1 1 UL-Lafayette 2 4 UL-Lafayette 1 1 Baylor 0 4 Baylor 2 8 Nicholls State 2 2 Nicholls State 1 5 Texas State 2 7 Texas State 0 3 Centenary 0 8 Centenary 0 1 Southeastern La. 0 8 Southeastern La. 0 2 Stephen F. Austin 1 5 Stephen F. Austin 0 7 Samford 1 4 Samford 0 3 Mercer 0 13 George Mason 0 1 Northwestern State 0 8 Northwestern State 0 6 UT Arlington 1 9 UT Arlington 2 1997 (35-17) Coach: Bill Galloway 13 Centenary 0 8 Centenary 0 2 Southeastern La. 1 13 Southeastern La. 0 0 Minnesota 2 14 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 UT Arlington 1 5 UT Arlington 1 0 Oklahoma 1 1 UL-Monroe 4

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2000 (21-22) Coach Bill Galloway 8 Southeastern La. 0 10 Southeastern La. 2 7 Nicholls State 1 2 Nicholls State 0 1 UTSA 8 1 Oklahoma State 11 0 Auburn 6 0 UT Arlington 2 4 Kentucky 5 0 UL-Monroe 4 1 Wisconsin 0 2 Syracuse 6 0 Southern Miss 10 1 UT Arlington 4 0 Northwestern State 9 7 West Alabama 1 5 West Alabama 3 4 UAB 2 1 UAB 0 3 Samford 1 4 Samford 1 3 Auburn 4 0 Auburn 3 1 Southeastern La. 0 1 Southeastern La. 2 12 Centenary 1 3 UL-Monroe 4 7 Centenary 4 11 Jackson State 1 10 Jackson State 1 0 Southern Ark. 9 3 Southern Ark. 2 0 UT Arlington 3 3 UT Arlington 2 0 LSU 6 1 LSU 8 0 Northwestern State 7 7 Goshen 3 0 UL-Monroe 5 5 Centenary 0 2 Centenary 0 Sun Belt Tournament 0 UL-Lafayette 16 1 Western Kentucky 6 2001 (20-31) Coach Bill Galloway 2 Centenary 0 5 Centenary 2 1 Oklahoma 3 3 BYU 11 2 UT-San Antonio 3 0 Texas A&M 8 0 BYU 8 0 Sam Houston St. 5 2 Sam Houston St. 0 4 Houston Baptist 0 2 Houston Baptist 1 1 Loyola-Chicago 2 2 Texas A&M-CC 3 5 UT Arlington 1 1 Purdue 2

1 Loyola-Chicago 4 Northwestern State 2 Nicholls State 1 Nicholls State 9 Jackson State 6 Jackson State 7 Samford 2 Samford 2 Centenary 5 Centenary 5 Belmont 1 Belmont 0 Middle Tenn. 0 Middle Tenn. 0 Middle Tenn. 0 Middle Tenn. 0 Southeastern La. 0 UL-Lafayette 0 UL-Lafayette 1 UL-Lafayette 0 UL-Lafayette 0 FIU 1 FIU 2 FIU 11 FIU 1 Northwestern State 1 Western Kentucky 2 Western Kentucky 3 Western Kentucky 2 Western Kentucky 1 New Mexico St. 2 New Mexico St. 0 New Mexico St. 0 New Mexico St.

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2002 (21-27, 3-21 WAC) Coach Bill Galloway 12 Central Ark. 1 6 Central Ark. 1 0 Northwestern State 5 9 Birmingham-So. 0 7 Birmingham-So. 1 3 Sam Houston St. 2 2 Sam Houston St. 3 4 Nicholls State 1 2 Nicholls State 1 3 Southeastern La. 2 0 Southeastern La. 8 7 Prairie View A&M 0 9 Prairie View A&M 0 2 Northwestern State 3 1 Centenary 4 4 Centenary 0 0 TulsaWAC 1 0 TulsaWAC 2 0 Centenary 2 2 Centenary 2 Portland StateWAC 1 0 Portland StateWAC 4 0 Loyola-MrymtWAC 3 5 Jackson State 1 10 Jackson State 1 4 San Jose StateWAC 1 5 San Jose StateWAC 6 0 Fresno StateWAC 3 0 Fresno StateWAC 9 4 Stephen F. Austin 0

4 Stephen F. Austin 3 0 HawaiiWAC 3 4 HawaiiWAC 1 0 HawaiiWAC 5 1 HawaiiWAC 5 0 Portland StateWAC 4 2 Portland StateWAC 3 0 Loyola-MrymntWAC 1 1 Loyola-MrymntWAC 7 0 Loyola-MrymntWAC 4 8 Grambling State 0 9 Grambling State 0 0 Fresno StateWAC 3 0 Fresno StateWAC 2 0 San Jose StateWAC 4 2 San Jose StateWAC 4 1 TulsaWAC 6 0 TulsaWAC 4 2003 (16-42, 6-14 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 7 Centenary 6 2 Centenary 4 0 UL-Lafayette 8 0 UL-Lafayette 4 2 UL-Monroe 4 2 Baylor 3 2 Mercer 6 0 Baylor 14 1 Tulsa 5 1 UAB 8 5 Baylor 6 4 UAB 1 7 Nicholls State 6 0 Nicholls State 7 3 Birmingham So. 6 1 Nicholls State 0 0 Connecticut 4 0 Connecticut 3 1 Northwestern State 4 0 Houston 2 0 Houston 6 3 Southeastern La. 4 7 Southeastern La. 1 4 Birmingham So. 1 2 Troy State 3 1 Troy State 4 3 Birmingham So. 0 3 UL-Monroe 6 1 Sam Houston St. 2 1 Sam Houston St. 3 1 Northwestern State 5 2 Northwestern State 1 10 Jackson St. 0 1 Jackson St. 0 1 Stephen F. Austin 5 3 Stephen F. Austin 6 2 Centenary 5 2 TulsaWAC 1 2 TulsaWAC 1 0 Fresno StateWAC 3 1 Fresno StateWAC 10 3 San Jose StateWAC 2 7 San Jose StateWAC 2 2 NevadaWAC 11 4 NevadaWAC 6 7 NevadaWAC 0 9 NevadaWAC 1 2 UL-Monroe 3 0 TulsaWAC 1 1 TulsaWAC 2

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1999 (34-18) Coach Bill Galloway 5 Centenary 3 8 Centenary 0 10 Stephen F. Austin 2 10 Stephen F. Austin 8 1 UL-Monroe 0 1 UL-Monroe 2 15 UT Arlington 1 0 UT Arlington 2 1 Texas State 0 2 Texas State 3 4 Stephen F. Austin 0 2 Centenary 1 0 Oklahoma City 2 6 Nicholls State 1 3 Southern Illinois 0 1 Southern Miss. 2 1 Stephen F. Austin 3 1 Northwestern State 0 4 Samford 0 11 Samford 0 2 Ga. Southern 3 9 Ga. Southern 0 10 Charleston So. 0 7 Charleston So. 2 6 Coll. of Charleston 0 3 Coll. of Charleston 0 3 UL-Lafayette 5 0 UL-Lafayette 10 3 Southeastern La. 0 7 Southeastern La. 6 6 Southern Ark. 0 2 Southern Ark. 0 0 Sam Houston St. 1 1 Sam Houston St. 0 4 Nicholls State 1 8 Southeastern La. 0 8 Southeastern La. 0 2 Northwestern State 1 0 LSU 1 2 LSU 6 2 Ark. Monticello 0 3 Ark. Monticello 0 4 McNeese State 2 0 Jacksonville St. 1 1 Southern Miss 10

0 Jacksonville St. 0 McNeese State 0 UL-Monroe 2 UL-Monroe 1 Centenary 5 Centenary

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1998 (32-19) Coach: Bill Galloway 9 Centenary 1 6 Centenary 0 2 Okla. State 4 3 Sam Houston 2 11 Kentucky 1 2 New Mexico 3 2 Tulsa 0 5 NM State 7 0 Nicholls State 4 5 Arkansas 1 1 Northwestern State 3 5 Oklahoma City 6 4 Tennessee 2 17 Jackson State 0 19 Jackson State 4 1 LSU 3 2 LSU 3 6 Southeastern La. 1 9 Southeastern La. 0 0 UL-Monroe 1 1 UL-Monroe 0 2 Virginia 0 0 Virginia 2 5 Butler 0 0 Butler 3 3 Samford 1 11 Samford 1

2 Alabama 3 2 Alabama 3 9 Samford 0 8 Samford 0 3 Northwestern State 0 1 Northwestern State 9 1 Georgia 5 3 Georgia 4 13 Grambling St. 0 13 Grambling St. 0 1 Northwestern State 0 5 Northwestern State 1 5 Southeastern La. 0 2 Southeastern La. 3 3 SW Texas St. 2 2 SW Texas St. 1 8 UT Arlington 0 4 UT Arlington 0 1 UL-Monroe 2 10 UL-Monroe 2 8 Centenary 1 1 Centenary 0 3 UL-Lafayette 1 1 UL-Lafayette 12

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2 Southern Illinois 10 Mississippi 10 Tenn.-Martin 5 Northwestern State 0 Oklahoma City 10 Georgia 5 Georgia 1 Washington 6 Florida State 2 Oklahoma 7 Connecticut 1 Northwestern 6 Northern Illinois 7 Texas A&M 7 Northern Illinois 3 Ohio State 2 Ohio State 1 Texas A&M 3 Florida State 1 Northern Iowa 2 Massachusetts 3 South Florida 1 Furman 0 Michigan State 2 Northwestern State 7 Stephen F. Austin 9 Southeastern La. 6 Southeastern La. 1 UL-Lafayette 1 UL-Lafayette 2 UL-Monroe 4 UL-Monroe 1 Centenary 6 Centenary 1 Northwestern State 4 Northwestern State 3 Texas State 3 Texas State 5 Mississippi State 2 Mississippi State 5 Mississippi 8 Georgia Tech

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2004 (27-33, 10-11 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 30 Jackson State 0 1 Mississippi State 6 7 Bradley 0 12 Jackson State 4 6 Bradley 4 0 Mississippi State 1 1 Northwestern State 2 3 McNeese State 7 1 UL-Lafayette 11 2 McNeese State 1 4 Southern Miss. 0 8 Alcorn State 0 1 UTSA 9 0 LSU 3 2 LSU 3 1 Lipscomb 0 1 Tennessee 9 0 Baylor 2 0 Tennessee 1 8 Lipscomb 2 3 Northwestern State 1 2 Centenary 1 3 Northwestern State 1 3 Southern Miss 4 5 Southern Miss 6 0 UTSA 7 1 UTSA 5 2 Stephen F. Austin 1 0 Stephen F. Austin 3 0 TulsaWAC 2 0 TulsaWAC 8 3 UL-Monroe 8 0 Fresno StateWAC 2 4 Fresno StateWAC 8 0 NevadaWAC 2 3 NevadaWAC 0 3 San Jose StateWAC 1 4 San Jose StateWAC 2 12 UTEPWAC 6 8 UTEPWAC 4 1 UL-Lafayette 4 1 UL-Lafayette 4 6 Nicholls State 1 1 Nicholls State 0 9 UL-Monroe 6 0 Southeastern La. 1 2 Southeastern La. 3 1 Centenary 0 1 TulsaWAC 0 1 HawaiiWAC 0 0 HawaiiWAC 3 5 HawaiiWAC 4 3 HawaiiWAC 5 0 San Diego State 6 1 Fresno StateWAC 5 0 Fresno StateWAC 2 5 NevadaWAC 6 3 NevadaWAC 7 2 San Jose StateWAC 1 2 San Jose StateWAC 1

2005 (18-49, 2-16 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 4 Miss. Valley State 3 0 Mississippi State 9 0 North Carolina State 4 9 Miss. Valley State 11 1 North Carolina State 6 7 Mississippi State 9 11 Southern 2 0 Troy State 2 8 Jackson State 0 8 Southeastern La. 1 2 Samford 0 0 Louisville 8 0 San Jose State 4 3 UL-Monroe 0 2 Southern Miss. 1 7 Sam Houston State 1 5 Baylor 6 0 Arizona 7 2 Birmingham So. 3 1 UL-Lafayette 8 0 UL-Lafayette 11 5 Southeastern La. 0 4 Southeastern La. 10 4 Miss. Valley State 2 6 Appalachian State 0 11 Jackson State 1 4 Birmingham So. 3 1 Appalachian State 6 3 Miss. Valley State 2 1 Centenary 3 3 Missouri-KC 0 1 Missouri 11 2 Missouri-KC 1 1 Missouri 6 0 McNeese State 1 5 McNeese State 7 5 Stephen F. Austin 6 1 Stephen F. Austin 3 2 UTEPWAC 3 0 UTEPWAC 3 2 UTEPWAC 1 2 UL-Monroe 4 5 Northwestern State 6 2 Northwestern State 3 0 NevadaWAC 3 4 NevadaWAC 3 1 NevadaWAC 5 6 UL-Monroe 7 4 Centenary 7 3 UTSA 6 2 UTSA 10 6 Northwestern State 15 3 Northwestern State 7 1 HawaiiWAC 7 1 HawaiiWAC 9 3 HawaiiWAC 6 0 Southern Miss 7 0 Southern Miss 7 0 Fresno StateWAC 6 0 Fresno StateWAC 6 3 Fresno StateWAC 5 1 TulsaWAC 2 0 TulsaWAC 8 3 TulsaWAC 11 0 San Jose StateWAC 2 3 San Jose StateWAC 10 0 San Jose StateWAC 8

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2006 (18-31, 6-11 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 4 North Texas 7 3 Sam Houston State 11 2 Sam Houston State 11 6 North Texas 9 12 Grambling State 1 12 Grambling State 0 1 Northwestern State 9 15 Jackson State 4 7 Eastern Illinois 8 6 Eastern Illinois 4 1 UL-Monroe 5 3 Jacksonville State 4 6 Nicholls State 0 1 Jacksonville State 4 6 Nicholls State 0 13 UL-Monroe 7 2 Centenary 10 4 UL-Lafayette 10 3 UL-Lafayette 8 5 Northwestern State 9 3 UL-Monroe 9 1 HawaiiWAC 7 4 HawaiiWAC 14 1 HawaiiWAC 8 0 UT Arlington 2 6 UT Arlington 4 2 NMSUWAC 10 1 NMSUWAC 10 7 NMSUWAC 15 0 San Jose StateWAC 4 4 San Jose StateWAC 1 6 San Jose StateWAC 7 9 Southeastern La. 1 5 Utah StateWAC 0 6 Utah StateWAC 4 9 Utah StateWAC 1 1 Nicholls State 6 2 Nicholls State 14 13 Grambling State 5 8 Grambling State 0 3 Northern Colorado 1 4 Northern Colorado 6 2 Fresno StateWAC 1 3 Fresno StateWAC 5 11 NevadaWAC 2 9 NevadaWAC 14 4 NevadaWAC 5 WAC Tournament 0 Hawaii 0 Fresno State

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2007 (22-38, 3-15 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 8 Alcorn State 4 5 Alcorn State 1 9 Alcorn State 0 3 Stephen F. Austin 0 4 Stephen F. Austin 3 9 Northwestern State 15 4 McNeese State 0 2 UL-Monroe 12 7 Miss Valley State 4 3 McNeese State 8 2 Miss Valley State 3 6 UT Arlington 5 5 UT Arlington 1 0 LSU 8

4 Troy 5 11 Southern Miss 24 8 Troy 6 1 LSU 10 1 Southern Miss 0 5 Alcorn State 3 11 Alcorn State 8 0 Baylor 5 0 Baylor 8 1 Baylor 4 2 Centenary 4 1 Southeastern La. 2 7 Southeastern La. 6 1 North Texas 3 8 North Texas 4 6 UL-Monroe 5 1 Hawaii WAC 5 0 Hawaii WAC 9 3 Hawaii WAC 7 4 Alabama 12 0 Alabama 15 0 New Mexico St.WAC 2 3 New Mexico St.WAC 0 7 New Mexico St.WAC 5 6 Centenary 4 2 San Jose StateWAC 3 0 San Jose StateWAC 9 4 San Jose StateWAC 4 0 McNeese State 2 2 McNeese State 3 6 Utah StateWAC 7 4 Utah StateWAC 12 5 Utah StateWAC 6 2 UL-Monroe 5 0 Arkansas 1 4 Arkansas 5 1 Fresno StateWAC 9 0 Fresno StateWAC 4 0 Fresno StateWAC 8 5 Northwestern State 2 0 NevadaWAC 2 2 NevadaWAC 3 0 NevadaWAC 7 WAC Tournament 8 Utah State 2 Hawaii 2 Nevada

1 Northwestern State 0 6 Austin Peay 8 8 Charleston Southern 6 7 Charleston Southern 1 2 Mississippi State 5 3 IUPUI 2 6 IUPUI 2 3 South Alabama 4 8 Buffalo 0 3 Kansas 11 1 San Jose StateWAC 0 1 San Jose StateWAC 3 2 San Jose StateWAC 5 4 Nicholls State 0 1 Nicholls State 3 1 Hawaii WAC 4 4 Hawaii WAC 6 9 Alcorn State 1 10 Alcorn State 0 12 New Mexico St.WAC 4 8 New Mexico St.WAC 2 4 New Mexico St.WAC 10 6 UL-Monroe 1 4 Northwestern State 5 5 Fresno StateWAC 3 0 Fresno StateWAC 9 0 Fresno StateWAC 1 2 McNeese State 0 9 McNeese State 1 1 Utah StateWAC 0 7 Utah StateWAC 2 3 Utah StateWAC 2 7 NevadaWAC 8 2 NevadaWAC 12 0 NevadaWAC 8 3 UL-Monroe 0 5 Ole Miss 4 0 Ole Miss 3 WAC Tournament 2 Hawaii 3 Fresno State 4 Nevada 2 Nevada

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2008 (37-29, 7-10 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 0 UL-Lafayette 13 4 UL-Monroe 0 3 UL-Lafayette 8 1 UL-Monroe 0 0 North Texas 1 8 North Texas 6 2 Central Ark. 3 3 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0 8 UL-Monroe 5 0 Centenary 3 7 Southeastern La. 9 5 Southeastern La. 1 1 Alcorn State 3 11 Alcorn State 2 0 Centenary 1 5 Belmont 4 4 Stephen F. Austin 3 0 Ole Miss 4 3 Jacksonville State 5 2 Troy 1

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2009 (15-23*, 9-8 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 4 *Northwestern State 0 0 McNeese State 3 0 Lipscomb 1 0 UL-Lafayette 11 8 *Nicholls State 0 5 McNeese State 6 4 *McNeese State 1 5 *Alabama State 2 0 South Alabama 2 3 *Nicholls State 0 2 *Southern Miss 0 5 UL-Monroe 7 2 *Rutgers 0 8 *UL-Monroe 0 3 Baylor 4 0 Rutgers 4 2 *Southeastern La. 0 10 *Southeastern La. 1

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2011 (17-39, 6-15 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 4 Bowling Green 1 1 #19 LSU 9 3 Purdue 7 5 Bowling Green 4 2 #19 LSU 10 2 Mississippi State 3 7 Southern Illinois 8 3 Butler 2 3 Butler 5 0 Baylor 11 0 Baylor 9 0 South Alabama 8 6 Ole Miss 4 4 Southeast Missouri 5 3 Western Kentucky 4 6 Western Kentucky 8 7 UTA 6 2 North Texas 3 9 UTEP 13 0 Ole Miss 8 1 UTA 5 2 Miss Valley State 0 1 #22 Texas A&M 3 3 San Diego State 11 7 Miss Valley State 1 0 #22 Texas A&M 11 4 Northwestern State 2 2 Southeastern LA 3 2 Southeastern LA 3 2 McNeese State 1 2 0 Fresno StateWAC 1 Fresno StateWAC 10 1 Fresno StateWAC 2 12 NevadaWAC 4 2 NevadaWAC 5 3 NevadaWAC 1 2 Boise StateWAC 6 3 Boise StateWAC 11 8 0 Boise StateWAC 0 Northwestern State 3 0 HawaiiWAC 6 0 HawaiiWAC 4 0 1 HawaiiWAC 1 New Mexico St.WAC 7 4 New Mexico St.WAC 5 2 New Mexico St.WAC 3

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2012 (25-33, 8-12 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 6 #15 Michigan 7 4 Penn State 2 4 #15 Michigan 5 0 #22 LSU 8 7 Northwestern State 5 6 Northwestern 10 5 UTEP 0 0 #20 UL-Lafayette 9 3 Central Arkansas 4 7 Miss Valley State 5 2 Nicholls State 5 2 IUPUI 1 13 Southern Miss 6 6 Stephen F. Austin 5 4 Columbia 5 0 Mississippi State 8 2 Eastern Illinois 0 8 Samford 2 8 Eastern Illinois 6 1 #15 Baylor 3 1 #15 Baylor 3 0 #20 Auburn 3 3 Evansville 11 4 George Washington 2 2 Presbyterian 7 6 Drexel 7 7 Central Arkansas 9 2 UT Arlington 1 8 UT Arlington 0 0 Utah StateWAC 4 10 Utah StateWAC 1 5 Utah StateWAC 1 2 San Jose StateWAC 4 0 San Jose StateWAC 7 6 New Mexico StateWAC 2 4 New Mexico StateWAC 0 5 New Mexico StateWAC 1 0 Northwestern State 3 1 #14 HawaiiWAC 9 1 #14 HawaiiWAC 9 0 #14 HawaiiWAC 8 0 BYUWAC 5 6 BYUWAC 4 1 BYUWAC 5 3 Stephen F. Austin 9 1 NevadaWAC 5 10 NevadaWAC 2 0 NevadaWAC 5 4 McNeese State 3 4 McNeese State 5 4 Northwestern State 3 0 Fresno StateWAC 4 0 Fresno StateWAC 4 6 Fresno StateWAC 4

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2010 (26-21, 11-10 WAC) Coach Sarah Dawson 5 Southeastern LA 1 6 Southeastern LA 2 6 Stephen F. Austin 7 0 Notre Dame 1 3 Alcorn State 0 4 Southern Miss 5 5 Buffalo 2 3 McNeese State 11 7 Buffalo 10 9 McNeese State 7 6 McNeese State 2 9 Centenary 1 7 Gardner-Webb 5 0 Auburn 1 6 Alabama State 5 11 Tennessee State 3 5 SIU-Edwardsville 7 2 Arkansas 5 5 SE Missouri 3 3 Arkansas 5 3 Mississippi Valley 2 6 Utah StateWAC 4 10 Utah StateWAC 4 3 Utah StateWAC 4 4 Centenary 1 2 San Jose StateWAC 0 9 San Jose StateWAC 1

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7 *Stephen F. Austin 2 4 *Stephen F. Austin 3 0 Texas A&M 11 0 UL-Lafayette 8 2 UL-Lafayette 3 1 Texas A&M-CC 5 9 *Texas A&M-CC 8 0 HawaiiWAC 3 8 *HawaiiWAC 1 0 HawaiiWAC 4 3 *Alcorn State 0 10 *Alcorn State 2 3 *Boise StateWAC 0 7 *Boise StateWAC 2 3 NevadaWAC 9 7 NevadaWAC 3 0 NevadaWAC 2 4 Northwestern State 1 0 Fresno StateWAC 7 0 Fresno StateWAC 3 1 Fresno StateWAC 0 10 North Texas 1 7 *North Texas 4 8 Utah StateWAC 1 1 Utah StateWAC 2 7 Utah StateWAC 2 2 Stephen F. Austin 0 10 San Jose StateWAC 1 9 San Jose StateWAC 7 4 San Jose StateWAC 1 4 Ole Miss 5 9 Ole Miss 1 9 New Mexico St.WAC 1 5 New Mexico St.WAC 3 4 New Mexico St.WAC 5

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DR. LES GUICE University President

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Louisiana Tech University and President Les Guice share a rich history together that spans five decades and has produced family ties that are deeply rooted in a passion for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. From an architecture student stepping on the campus for the first time in 1972 to an appointment as Louisiana Tech’s 14th President in 2013, Dr. Guice has shown an unwavering commitment to leadership and service to his alma mater. One of Dr. Guice’s first achievements at Louisiana Tech was earning a bachelor of arts in architecture in 1976. Discovering a passion for engineering under the mentorship of Professor Jack Painter, Dr. Guice went on to earn a master’s degree in civil engineering from Tech in 1978. While working on his master’s degree, Dr. Guice also discovered a passion for teaching and education as a profession. Dr. Guice accepted a position as an assistant professor of civil engineering at Louisiana Tech in 1978 and was promoted to associate professor in 1981. A few short years after earning his Ph.D. in civil engineering from Texas A&M University in 1986, Dr. Guice was named the interim department head of civil engineering in Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering in 1988 and earned the permanent department head position and full professorship in 1989. As department head, Dr. Guice initiated the formation of the Civil Engineering Advisory Board and the Civil Engineering Distinguished Alumni recognition program, both of which significantly enhanced alumni participation and significantly enhanced fund-raising for the department. Throughout the next decade, Dr. Guice would continue to distinguish himself as an academician, researcher, administrator and leader. His dedication to his students, his faculty and the university would lead to his appointment as Dean of Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering and Science (COES) in 1999. As Dean, Dr. Guice continued to encourage and support innovations in the curricula. The College’s faculty became increasingly successful in securing external funding for the integrated curriculum which resulted in a transformative redesign of curricula throughout the College. Dr. Guice’s leadership and vision also reinvigorated the Engineering and Science Foundation to more effectively serve the needs of the College. He initiated a new integrated strategic plan, known as “COES 2010,” and capital campaign, “Tech’s BEST,” that led advancement of the college and to funding for an Eminent Scholar Chair, 15 Professorships, $500k Scholarship Fund, and several new laboratories and facilities. Dr. Guice’s leadership also helped to guide the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) toward a focus on the emerging field of nanotechnology. With the hiring of key nanotechnology faculty in numerous disciplines, further expansion of research laboratories, establishment of an interdisciplinary engineering PhD program with a nanotechnology track, and initiation of a B.S. in Nanosystems Engineering, the IfM and COES established strong research and education nanotechnology programs that have received national recognition. In 2004, Dr. Guice’s performance and accomplishments as dean of the College of Engineering and Science led to his appointment as Louisiana Tech’s vice president for research and development. During his tenure as vice president and as executive vice president in 2012, Louisiana Tech has significantly increased patents, licenses/options, start-up companies, SBIR grants with affiliated companies, and has established strong industry partnerships for commercialization of technologies. Dr. Guice also led the establishment of Louisiana Tech’s first two technology incubators, the Rawle and Humana Enterprise Centers. With a focus on the future and a progressive vision for economic development, Dr. Guice has led the planning and development of the Louisiana Tech Enterprise Campus – a research park connecting the university and downtown Ruston. Enterprise Campus’ first building, Tech Pointe, was completed in 2012 and is now home for several companies and organizations, including an Air Force funded Cyberspace Research Laboratory. With the recent completion of Louisiana Tech’s new College of Business building and renovation to University Hall as a home for interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation activities, the first phase

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of Enterprise Campus is nearing completion. Dr. Guice’s reputation for exemplary leadership has not been bound by the campus or the region. Roles in statewide leadership have included election to serve as the founding Chair for the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (LONI) Management Council, serving as Chair of the Louisiana EPSCoR Committee, and leading the development of a statewide science and technology plan, called FIRST Louisiana. Dr. Guice currently serves as Chair of the Board of Regents Master Plan Research Advisory Council and as the University of Louisiana System’s representative on Governor Bobby Jindal’s Louisiana Innovation Council. Among the many awards and recognitions Dr. Guice has earned during his career is the Robert E. Russ Award from the Ruston/Lincoln Parish Chamber of Commerce (2009), Outstanding Civil Engineer from the ASCE Louisiana Section (2008), Louisiana Tech University Civil Engineering Distinguished Alumnus (2007), Louisiana Engineering Society’s James M. Todd Technological Accomplishment Award (2007), Governor’s University Technology Leader of the Year Award (2006), and Louisiana Engineering Society A.B. Patterson Medal for an Engineer in Management (2004.) On December 4, 2012, during a special session of the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, Dr. Guice was unanimously voted to serve as the 14th President of Louisiana Tech University. Dr. Guice officially took over as President on July 1, 2013. As President of Louisiana Tech, Dr. Guice is the chief executive officer of north Louisiana’s only Carnegie Foundation national research university and one of only two public universities from Louisiana recognized in the top tier of national universities in the U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Guice leads a university that most recently has been ranked #11 in the nation in a list of “Most Underrated Colleges In America” (Business Insider), #17 in the nation in a list of “Low Cost Colleges with High Starting Salaries for Graduates” (Affordable Colleges Online), and #21 in the nation for providing its graduates with the best returns on their investments (AdvisorOne.) Throughout his career, Dr. Guice has contributed to and played a central role in creating the culture and vision for the future of Louisiana Tech, and continues that commitment as President. Dr. Guice’s focus on campus-wide engagement, building and growing relationships, and leadership in forging a path toward advancement of the university’s academic and athletic programs, research and commercialization activities, and economic development efforts means that Louisiana Tech University’s best days are yet to come. Dr. Guice is a native of Monroe and grew up in Bastrop. He and his wife, Kathy, have three sons – Kyle, Chad, and Bret – and one grandson, Christopher.

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McClelland devised a plan to resurrect the “M” Club for former student-athletes. He also negotiated a new syndicated radio network for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball. Included in that deal was the first ever radio station solely dedicated to broadcasting women’s basketball. McClelland also re-negotiated the football program’s TV replay contract, increasing the coverage area from one station to three different stations as well as the internet. One of McClelland’s main goals was to improve the life of the student-athletes and increase the game-day experience for the McNeese State fan base. One of the most effective ways to accomplish these goals was by improving the facilities, something in which he succeeded. During his time at McNeese State, he oversaw a combined total of over $11 million dollars in facility renovation and new construction. The combination of increased revenue streams, renovations and new construction, and a highly-involved fan base led to plenty of success stories on the playing fields. During his tenure as athletic director, McNeese won Southland Conference championships in football (2007, 2009), soccer (2006, tournament; 2007, regular season), softball (2010, tournament; 2013, regular season), men’s basketball (2011, regular season), women’s basketball (2011, regular season; 2011 and 2012 tournament) and men’s cross country (2012). The women’s basketball program made its first appearances ever in the NCAA Tournament and the men’s basketball program hosted the first round of the NIT postseason tournament (Boston College live on ESPNU). Even more impressive is the fact that while the Cowboy and Cowgirl programs were capturing titles on the fields, the University’s studentathletes were making tremendous strides in the classroom. In five of the six years, McNeese State led the Southland Conference with studentathletes being named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition, McClelland guided the resurgence in APR success in Lake Charles. During his six years McNeese State, the number of athletic programs boasting the required APR score of 925 went from four to all 16 this past year. The community service hours performed by the MSU student-athletes also tripled to over 3,000 during his tenure. “Tommy has a great knowledge of college athletics and excels at helping his student-athletes balance and succeed in their commitments to academics and athletics, said Warde Manuel, athletics director at the University of Connecticut. “Tommy has also proven his ability to work effectively with coaches and administrators to help his programs be successful.” McClelland earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State in 2004 before completing his master’s degree in sports administration in 2005. He walked on with the Demons football team and eventually earned a scholarship while he also competed in the javelin for the NSU track and field team. The native of Basile, Louisiana, native served as a graduate assistant at Northwestern State in athletics and also worked at the Southland Conference office as an administrative intern, assisting with championship events. McClelland is also a 2012 graduate of the Executive Program of the Sports Management Institute and attended instruction at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. McClelland is married to the former Jessica Stokes of Garrison, Texas. They have two sons, Lawson (3) and Grayson (2).

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Louisiana Tech hired one of the rising young stars in the industry when University President Les Guice introduced Tommy McCelland as the new athletics director during a press conference held at the Charles Wyly Athletic Center on July 16. McClelland, who is the youngest AD among all Football Bowl Subdivision athletic programs, joins the LA Tech Family after serving a six-year stint in the same position at McNeese State in Lake Charles. “I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to join the Louisiana Tech Family,” said McClelland. “This is an institution that has a great academic and athletic reputation throughout the country as well as a storied past and a bright future. There is positive momentum that comes from a new conference affiliation, a new president and great coaches. There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of the Tech Family. “To the fans and supporters of Louisiana Tech, I want you to know that my family and I look forward to getting to know you all in the near future. This truly is an exciting time, and I am proud and honored to be your athletics director.” Guice introduced McClelland to an overflowing room of Louisiana Tech supporters, coaches and administrators during the lunch-time press conference held in the Guthrie Jarrell Room. “Tommy McClelland has demonstrated strong leadership skills and success in his early years as an athletics director,” said Guice. “He has an extraordinary blend of intellect, character, talent, and drive that makes him one of the top young athletics directors in the nation. He articulated a vision for Tech Athletics that is consistent with mine and compatible with my vision for our entire university. “I am thrilled that we have him leading our athletics program as we make our move into Conference USA, and I know that our Tech Family will see the benefits of Tommy’s leadership skills in elevating our athletics program.” McClelland has made a national name for himself during his career after quickly elevating to the athletics director position at age 26. He has earned high praise from a number of high-profile, experienced athletic administrators. “Tommy McClelland is an outstanding leader and one of the nation’s rising stars in intercollegiate athletics,” said Bubba Cunningham, athletics director at the University of North Carolina. “He has a demonstrated commitment to supporting and developing his coaches and student-athletes, and has already become well-known amongst ADs for his leadership, vision, and character. Tommy has also shown a dedication to lifelong learning and the application of his skills and talents to making his athletic programs better.” Prior to being named athletic director at McNeese State on March 19, 2008, McClelland served as interim athletic director and assistant athletic director of internal affairs at the university. In his time at McNeese, McClelland and his staff had numerous success stories when it came to increased revenue streams and the overall game-day experience in Lake Charles. He started the “Partner with the Pokes” program that provides a smaller, more attractive sponsorship package for local small businesses. On top of the “Partner with the Pokes” program, McClelland raised over $3 million in private donations since April of 2007, and he was instrumental in increasing corporate sponsorships to nearly $1 million, while securing new clients and multiyear sponsorships. McClelland was also responsible for increasing football season ticket sales as the program eclipsed the 8,000 mark in 2008 with a high of 8,035 in 2009. In addition, he was instrumental in setting single game attendance records in baseball, volleyball, softball, soccer, women’s basketball and women’s tennis. In addition to increasing private and corporate donations as well as season ticket sales, McClelland was also successful with engaging the McNeese State fan base. He created and implemented the multicity summer “Cowboy Round-Up Tour,” which allowed McNeese State coaches, administrators and athletics staff to carry the department’s message and vision to fans and donors across the south. “Tommy is a rising star in the college athletics administration field and, in my view, the ideal leader to advance Louisiana Tech’s athletics program as it transitions into Conference USA,” said Ian McCaw, athletics director at Baylor University. “He possesses impeccable integrity and has an extraordinary work ethic. Moreover, his interpersonal and relational skills are outstanding and will enable him to quickly connect with Bulldog fans as well as campus and community leaders.”

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Deputy Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator Mary Kay Hungate enters her 29th year as a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department and has proven to be an integral part in the emergence of the University’s programs on the playing fields and in the classroom. Not only does Hungate serve as the sports administrator for men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, softball, women’s tennis, women’s bowling and women’s volleyball, but she is also in charge of NCAA compliance for all of the university’s 16 NCAA sanctioned programs. As one of the top two ranking administrators in the Tech Athletics Department, Hungate is part of a senior staff that was instrumental in helping the University earn an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1. In addition, Hungate and the current senior staff have also garnered a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three times in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Hungate serves a vital role in the hiring of coaches. Hungate proved instrumental in the decision by former Tech Kodak All-American and Hall of Famer Teresa Weatherspoon - who played for Hungate in the late80s - to return to Louisiana Tech in June of 2008. Weatherspoon has led the program to a trifecta of Western Athletic Conference titles and two NCAA Tournament appearances. She also served as the point person in the hiring process of head women’s soccer coach Kevin Sherry and women’s tennis coach Freddy Gomez. Sherry led the Lady Techster soccer team to five straight winning seasons (the first ones in program history), the program’s first ever WAC victories and its first appearances in the WAC Tournament in 2010 and 2012. Gomez took a program that had won only one WAC match since the University joined the league in 2001 and in his first season (2012-13) led the Lady Techsters to a 7-1 mark in conference action and the No. 3 seed in the postseason tournament. Gomez accomplished this with a roster that included four freshmen and only two seniors. Another of Hungate’s responsibilities includes overseeing the academic side of the Tech athletics department, another area which has improved drastically as proven by the fact LA Tech’s graduation rate continues to be one of the highest in the state (Federal Graduation Report). This past year Tech student-athletes boasted an all-time high 76 percent four-year graduation success rate while the Bulldog golf team earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award for the third straight year. For the fifth consecutive year, Louisiana Tech saw impressive improvements in the majority of its Academic Progress Rates (APR) as all 16 of its NCAA sanctioned programs are penalty free for the third consecutive year. Hungate also plays an important role in LA Tech’s NCAA Certification process. As a member of the Steering Committee and the liaison between the athletic department and the University’s Self Study Committees, she provides the information needed for the committees to write their reports. In 2006, LA Tech completed its second NCAA Certification cycle and once again was certified without conditions. Hungate joined the Louisiana Tech staff in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach and remained in that role for five years. During that time, the Lady Techsters participated in four Final Fours and won the NCAA National Championship in 1988. In 1990, Hungate made a move out of coaching and became assistant athletics director for academics and compliance as well as senior woman administrator. One of Hungate’s early accomplishments as assistant director of athletics was the creation of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Academic Center program. Hungate has served terms on the NCAA Division I Academics/ Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet, the NCAA Division I Interpretations/Legislative Review Subcommittee, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Wade Trophy Selection Committee and as an NCAA Peer Reviewer. She has also served on the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee since 2004.

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During LA Tech’s time as a member of the WAC, Hungate served on the Western Athletic Conference Council, the Conferences’ Legislative Review Committee, the Finance Committee and the Code Book Committee. She also currently represents the athletics department as an exofficio member of the LA Tech Athletics Council. Hungate’s professional career began as Women’s Sports Coordinator and head volleyball, head basketball and head softball coach at Illinois’ Carl Sandburg Junior College. She spent four seasons at the college where she guided the basketball team to a mark of 80-22 which included an 11th place finish in the 1976 NJCAA national tournament. In 1978 Hungate took over the head coaching position at Richwoods High School in Peoria, Ill., and quickly compiled one of the top prep coaching records in the nation. During her seven seasons at Richwoods High School, Hungate’s team ran up an impressive record of 195-13, including a state-record 63 consecutive victories. Hungate was named the National Coach of the Year by USA Today in 1985. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, Hungate amassed a career coaching record of 275-35.

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Dr. James Liberatos enters his 15th year as faculty athletics representative for Louisiana Tech University. Since arriving at Tech in 1989, Liberatos has been responsible for so much more than just molding young minds as a professor of biology. In 1996, he was named a member of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Council and in 1998 was elevated to chair of the council. Also in 1998, Liberatos started serving as chair of the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame. As faculty representative, Liberatos has been designated by the university to serve as a liaison between the institution and the athletics department, and also as a representative of the institution in conference and NCAA affairs. He does so to ensure that the academic institution establishes and maintains the appropriate balance between academics and intercollegiate athletics. In 2002, Liberatos gained even more responsibilities as he was named dean of the College of Applied and Natural Sciences. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Liberatos earned a bachelor of science in biology from the College of Charleston in 1980. He continued his education at Florida State University earning a master’s in science in 1982 and a PHD in biology in 1986. Liberatos is an avid swimmer who also enjoys fishing. He and his wife Beth have been married since 1988 and have two sons, Jim and Nicholas who both attend Louisiana Tech.

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Malcolm Butler begins his 15th year in the Louisiana Tech Athletics Department, his seventh as the associate athletic director in charge of communications. A 1994 graduate of the Louisiana Tech journalism department, Butler joined the athletic department in July of 1999 as the assistant athletic media relations director. Butler was then promoted to director four months later and served in that capacity until the fall of 2007 when he was promoted to associate athletic director. The Ruston native is in charge of media relations for women’s bas-

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Marie Gilbert enters her 29th year at Louisiana Tech and her sixth as associate athletics director and chief financial officer in the athletics department. Gilbert is responsible for the day-to-day business operations of the athletic department, including overseeing the individual budgets for 16 varsity sports, monitoring athletic funds of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Foundation, serving as liaison with the university’s business offices and supervising the athletic ticket office.

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Assistant to Athletics Director

Lori Hamilton enters her eighth year at Louisiana Tech serving as the assistant to the athletics director/human resources. Her primary responsibilities include providing administrative support to the athletic director and athletics administration. Within the athletic department, Hamilton works closely with Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde and other administrators on special events hosted by LA Tech such as the Hall of Fame inductions, WAC Championship celebrations, lettermen reunions, team banquets and press conferences. Hamilton is also in charge of the policies, procedures and paperwork for all personnel additions within the department and has been on numerous hiring committees. Prior to joining the Louisiana Tech Athletic Department, Hamilton worked locally in the retail industry for 21 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Louisiana Tech in 1983. Hamilton and her husband Greg, who is a 1974 Louisiana Tech graduate and Bulldog baseball letter winner, reside in Ruston.

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She is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that was instrumental in the University’s invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1. She has also been actively involved in numerous initiatives to enhance the athletics department, including signing new agreements with companies such as Learfield, the Aspire Group, Ticketmaster, Pepsi and ACS Athletics. The hard work and vision of that same senior staff has led to numerous national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/ client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three times in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. Gilbert previously served as the budget manager for the College of Engineering for six years where she had similar duties. She was also in the College of Liberal Arts as the dean’s assistant handling day-to-day business in the office while working with budget planning for the year. In 2002, she received the Distinctive Professional Performance and Conduct Award from the Institute of Micro-manufacturing at Louisiana Tech. Gilbert has earned two degrees from Louisiana Tech University and completed a master’s certificate in technical writing. She is a current member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) and the College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA). She is also actively involved in the American Cancer Society and serves as the chair for the Relay for Life Luminaria Service. She is on the Executive Committee for the ACS Relay for Life in Lincoln Parish. Gilbert and her husband, Tim, reside in Bossier with their five dogs.

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ketball, softball and men’s golf and also serves as the secondary contact for football while overseeing the daily operations for the entire department. During his time at Louisiana Tech, Butler has been instrumental in promoting numerous high-profile student-athletes including record-setting quarterbacks Tim Rattay and Luke McCown, All-American women’s basketball players Tamicha Jackson and Cheryl Ford. He has also worked closely with a number of highly-successful head coaches, including 4-time Hall of Famer Leon Barmore, former Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley and current Lady Techster women’s basketball coach Teresa Weatherspoon. Over the course of his tenure, Louisiana Tech’s Media Relations Department has proven to be one of the best in the state of Louisiana. Over the past 12 years, members of the Tech media relations department have won a total of 44 awards at the annual Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) state SID contest -- the second most behind only LSU. During that same period of time, Butler has garnered 27 of those awards which is second most among all state SIDs behind only LSU Associate Athletics Director Michael Bonnette (28). Butler is part of a senior staff at LA Tech that has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech athletics department has also finished in the Top 10 three times in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. He was instrumental in the forming the partnership between Louisiana Tech and CBS Interactive in the fall of 2007 in the redesign and hosting of the athletic departments website, www.LATechSports.com. The website has undergone three redesigns since the inaugural release. As part of the agreement with CBS Interactive, a new webstreaming platform - LA Tech All-Access was created - which allows fans from all over the world to watch live streams of almost all of the university’s home athletic events. LA Tech All-Access annually streams more than 125 live events. Butler has served as the host media coordinator for three NCAA Women’s Basketball First- and Second-Round sites hosted by Louisiana Tech (2000, 2001 and 2003) while also serving as the host media coordinator for the 2008 WAC Baseball Championships and the 2013 WAC Softball Championships hosted by Louisiana Tech in Ruston. In addition to his media relations responsibilities, Butler has served as the radio play-by-play voice for the nationally-prominent Louisiana Tech Lady Techster basketball team for the past 14 years, including the past 13 as the play-by-play announcer. He finished in second place statewide in the LSWA College Radio Play by Play category in 2013 behind only LA Tech Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Nitz. Butler has broadcast more than 380 women’s basketball games including 15 NCAA Tournament games. He has also broadcast in excess of 150 softball games, including four in the 2008 NCAA Tournament, and served as the color commentator on numerous Bulldog football and basketball broadcasts. Butler is the host of Inside Tech Basketball with Teresa Weatherspoon, a 30-minute radio show. Butler implemented a fundraising campaign for his department in the fall of 2007 and since that time it has raised over $35,000, which has been used to purchase additional equipment, software and other essentials within the media relations department. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA), United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).

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After working more than six years as the director of athletic advancement in the Division of University Advancement, Adam McGuirt took over the role as associate athletics director for internal operations in December of 2013. The Shreveport native takes over a restructured position left by the retirement of Tommy Sisemore, a longtime Louisiana Tech employee who has served as the director of athletic facilities for the past 17 years.

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Tech Athletics Director Tommy McClelland said that McGuirt’s new role will include the oversight of facilities, event management and all capital improvements within the athletic department. He will assist in the scheduling, supervision and administration of all athletic facilities while also maintaining relationships with campus constituents, campus security, visiting groups and outside organizations. During his previous role in athletic advancement, McGuirt was responsible for all areas of athletic development, including donor relations and all aspects of the Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC). McGuirt was instrumental in helping more than double the number of LTAC members which resulted in a large increase in private donations. McGuirt also worked closely with the Louisiana Tech Alumni Association in the development and implementation of events for alumni and friends throughout the state of Louisiana and surrounding areas. McGuirt has also been a part of a staff at LA Tech that helped the University receive an invitation to join Conference USA starting July 1. That same staff has been instrumental in garnering a number of national awards, including the 2010 Turnkey PRISM Award - which recognizes colleges for managerial excellence across four areas: marketing/branding; fan development; community relations; and customer/client service. The Tech Athletics Department has also finished in the Top 10 three times in the Excellence in Management Cup, which recognizes the most efficient athletic departments in the nation. A native of Shreveport, McGuirt graduated from Louisiana Tech in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. McGuirt is married to April, and the couple has three daughters: Lily, Sophie and Emily.

Athletics Council

Dr. James Liberatos Chairman

Lisa Cole

Steve Davison

Dr. Sean Dwyer

Allison East SGA President

Dr. Marvin Green Alumni Rep.

Mary Kay Hungate Ex-Officio

Dr. Guthrie Jarrell Alumni Rep.

Tommy McClelland Ex-Officio

Dr. Terri McConathy

Sam Speed

Dr. Donna Thomas

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BRIAN

WHITE

Associate A.D./External Affairs

@LATechBrian

Brian White enters his second season at Louisiana Tech as associate athletic director for external affairs. White works closely with the unit heads of development, marketing, media relations and the ticket office coordinating all external affairs for the department. White supervises the sports of men’s golf and baseball and assists the athletic director in football administration and scheduling. White also coordinates all activities for the department with multimedia rights holder Learfield and Louisiana Tech Sports Properties as well as the Aspire Group for ticket sales. Before coming to Louisiana Tech, White spent over three and a half years at IMG College (formerly ISP Sports) at the University of Arkansas (Razorback Sports Properties) and at the University of California Berkeley (Cal Sports Properties), initially as an account executive before being promoted to a senior account executive. While at IMG College, White was charged with growing revenue through corporate sponsorship sales of multimedia assets. In his first year with Cal Sports Properties, White achieved a sales number equivalent to 275 percent of his personal sales goal. In both years at the University of Arkansas, White surpassed his individual and property sales goals. While pursuing his undergraduate and graduate degrees, White gained valuable experiences through various internships working for the IMG College Corporate Office, Ohio University Athletics, Arizona State University Athletics and the NCAA Headquarters. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Notre Dame in 2006 and a master’s in business administration from Ohio University in 2008. White comes from a family entrenched in intercollegiate athletics. His father, Kevin, is director of athletics at Duke while his brother, Danny, is director of athletics at Buffalo. His brother, Michael, is the head men’s basketball coach at Louisiana Tech. He and his wife Paige reside in Ruston.

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Administration & support Staff

Keith Bunch Assistant A.D./ Sport Medicine

Malcolm Butler Associate A.D./ Media Relations

Kyle Church Director of Ops. Men’s Basketball

Kerry Connor Head Equipment Manager

Kristen Cook G.A./Sports Medicine

Justin Cox Director of Football Ops.

Jeff Cummings Assistant A.D./ Tickets

Mason Ellenberger G.M./LTS Properties

Price Ferguson G.A./Football

Marie Gilbert Associate A.D./ CFO

Bill Graham Coordinator/ Special Events

Thomas Graham Director of Football Recruiting

Lori Hamilton Assitant to the A.D.

Kurt Hester Strength & Cond. Coach

Peter Hopkins G.A./Football

Jessica Hulderman Intern/Sports Medicine

Mary Kay Hungate Senior Deputy A.D./SWA

Ed Jackson Assistant A.D./ Player Development

Michael Judd G.A./Sports Medicine

Sandra Kane Assistant/NCAA Compliance

Janelle Kirila G.A./Sports Medicine

Janel Lee Video Operations

Logan Lewis LTS Properties/ Account Exec.

Ryan Lueken G.A./Sports Medicine

Jay Luksis Assistant A.D./ Marketing

Kaitlyn McCanna Academic Advisor - Basketball

Robert McDougald Director of Video Production & Creative Services

Kane McGuire Media Relations Assistant

Adam McGuirt Associate A.D./ Internal Operations

Mandy Miller Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brenda Milton Office Coordinator/WBB & Soccer

Will Moore Ticket Operations Associate

Dana Pettit Accounting Technician

Renee Puckett Office Coordinator/ MBB & Volleyball

Reggie Simpkins Assistant AD/ Academics

Kim Tanner Office Coordinator/ Facilities, SB, Bsbl

Anna Claire Thomas Media Relations Assistant

Christy Waguespack Asst. Athletic Trainer

Aaron Walker Sports Medicine Intern

Patrick Walsh Assoc. Media Relations Dir.

Justin Wheeler G.A./Sports Medicine

Brian White Associate A.D./ External Affairs

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Brandon Benjamin Academic Advisor - Football

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Ronnie Barney Director of Ops Women’s Basketball

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Tyson Baldwin Coordinator of Athletic Advancement

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Chad Camper Tennis

Adriano De Souza HC - Volleyball

Skip Holtz HC - Football

Gary Stanley HC - Track & Field

Teresa Weatherspoon HC - Women’s Basketball

Mike White HC - Men’s Basketball

Jerry Miles HC - Bowling

Mark Montgomery HC - Softball

Jeff Parks HC - Golf

Kevin Sherry HC - Soccer

Wade Simoneaux HC - Baseball

ASSIsTANT COACHES

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Ronnie Bradford Football

Isaac Brown Men’s Basketball

Jacob Cohen Track & Field

Marcela Cunha Volleyball

Manny Diaz Football

Stan Eggen Football

Mike Ekanem Women’s Basketball

Rob Gire Track & Field

Kiva Gresham Soccer

Derrick Jones Men’s Basketball

Jabbar Juluke Football

Dusty May Men’s Basketball

Drew Miller Women’s Basketball

Matt Moore Football

Jeannie Murphy Softball

Gabryel Ording Volleyball

Olen Parker Baseball

Tony Petersen Football

Tim Rattay Football

Tomekia Reed Women’s Basketball

Calvin Robinson Track & Field

Brian Rountree Baseball

Joe Sloan Football

David Szymanski Baseball

Vivian ten Dolle Tennis

Josh Wagenaer Soccer

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LEXI Callan

TORI Charters

KATELYNN COOK

ANNA CROSS

BIANCA DURAN

JANINE GODWIN

AMANDA GRAY

KATELYNN HILL

24 • C

20 • P/INF

3 • OF

9 • OF

14 • OF

8•C

ALAYNA KIPP

5 • P/INF

11 • OF

ERIN KIPP

32 • C

23 • INF/UT

COURTNEY LOWE

KRISTEN MILES

NATALIE MORAN

LINDSEY NEYLAND

TAYLOR PENN

PAULINE TUFI

KAITLYN WILLIAMS

HAILEY WINTER

10 • INF

7 • INF

16 • OF

12 • P/INF

22 • C

4 • INF

6 • INF

13 • INF

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katelynn 11 • OF

HILL

senior

erin KIPP 23 • INF/UT


2014 Louisiana Tech Softball Media Guide