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#18 - Katie Campbell #3 - Kathy Fong #7 - Kim Briggs

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#20 - Amber Roszkos

#9 - Jen Zoller

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Table of Contents Quick Facts 2011 Softball Schedule 2011 Softball Roster Head Coach: Bob Maglione Prole Asst. Coach: Gary McKee Prole Head Assistant Coach: Robert Cameron Prole Asst. Coach: Mandi Salcido Prole Asst. Coach: Bob Newman Prole Asst. Coach: Bob Hayes Prole Asst. Coach: Vicky Rios Prole Panther Team Finishes Sac City Championship Teams State Championship History 2011 Panther Proles

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2011 Redshirt Proles 1980’s All Decade Team 1990’s All Decade Team 2000’s All Decade Team Panther Transfers Single Season Records Softball Awards Friends of Sac City Softball

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Credits

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Writers:

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Photography:

Robert Maglione, Richard Lum, Karen Briggs

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Quick Facts Mailing Address ...........................................................3835 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822 Athletic Department Phone..........................................(916) 558-2425 Founded/Enrollment ....................................................1916 / 22,000 Nickname/Colors .........................................................Panthers / Cardinal & Gold League Afliation ........................................................Big 8 Conference Conference Opponents.................................................American River College, Cosumnes River College, Diablo Valley College , Modesto Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Sierra College Web Address ................................................................http://sccpanthers.losrios.edu President.......................................................................Kathryn Jeffery Ph.D. Dean of P.E., Health, & Athletics/Athletic Director ....Mitch Campbell Athletic Coordinators................................................... Paul Carmazzi / Tim Kiernan Division Secretary........................................................Maggie McLaughlin-Jordan Academic Advisor........................................................Victoria Cornelius Equipment Managers ...................................................David Whittington / David Jackson Sports Information Director......................................... Steve Gill Sports Information Ofce ............................................(916) 558-2489 - phone / (916) 558-2427 - fax P.A. Announcer ............................................................ Dave Anderson Head Coach..................................................................Robert Maglione (31st Year / 16th at Sac City) Alma Mater ..................................................................CSU Chico (BA - 1976) ......................................................................................St. Mary’s (MA - 1995) Overall Record ............................................................. 1,143 wins - 370 losses (prior to 2011 season) Head Assistant Coach .................................................. Bob Cameron Assistant Coaches ........................................................Bob Hayes, Mandi Salcido, Vicky Rios, Bob Newman, Gary McKee Athletic Trainers........................................................... Mary Lund / Jude Temple Softball Ofce Phones .................................................(916) 558-2371 / (916) 558-2161 - team room 2010 Overall Record ....................................................39 wins - 6 losses 2010 Conference Record..............................................18 wins - 3 losses / Big 8 Conference Co-Champions Los Rios Community College District Non-Discrimination Policy It is the policy of the Los Rios Community College District to take action to guarantee that no qualied student or prospective student or any person in his/her educational relationship with the District shall be discriminated against or excluded from any benets, activities, or programs on the grounds of ethnic group identication, religion, sex, age, color, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability, nor shall any students be discriminated against for conversing in a language other than English. However, students shall be required to speak English when an instructional setting necessitates the use of English for educational or communication purposes.

Sacramento City College Our Core Values • Working Together • • Pursuing Excellence • • Inspiring Achievement •

Foundation & Organization Founded in 1916 as a Department of Sacramento High School, Sacramento City College is the seventh oldest public community college in California and the oldest institution of higher learning in Sacramento. In 1922, the citizens of Sacramento organized a junior college district by severing the connections between the college and Sacramento High School. This plan of organization remained in force until 1936 when the college became a part of the Sacramento City Unied School District. Twenty-eight years later, as a result of a March 17, 1964 election, Sacramento City College separated from the Sacramento City Unied School District to join the newly organized Los Rios Junior College District which assumed the operation of American River College and Sacramento City College. In 1970 the newly renamed Los Rios Community College District opened a third campus, Cosumnes River College. Folsom Lake College became the fourth fully accredited college in the District in 2003.

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OPPONENT College of Redwoods Yuba College Merced College Gavilan College Shasta College Feather River College Bash at Buchanan Bash at Buchanan * Modesto Junior College (DH) * American River College * San Joaquin Delta College * Sierra College (DH) * Santa Rosa Junior College (DH) Chabot College Reedley College * Cosumnes River College * Diablo Valley College (DH) College of San Mateo Hartnell College * Modesto Junior College * American River College (DH) San Jose City College Fresno City College * Sierra College * San Joaquin Delta College (DH) College of Sequoias DeAnza College * Santa Rosa Junior College * Cosumnes River College (DH) * Diablo Valley College Nor-Cal Regional I Playoffs Nor-Cal Super Regional California State Championships * Big 8 Conference Game

LOCATION SCC SCC SCC SCC Shasta Shasta Fresno Fresno SCC American River SCC SCC Santa Rosa SCC SCC SCC Diablo Valley San Mateo San Mateo Modesto SCC San Jose City San Jose City Sierra San Joaquin Delta Sequoias Sequoias SCC Cosumnes River SCC TBA TBA Bakersď€ eld

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POS

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HIGH SCHOOL

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Cortney Allen

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R

R

P / OF

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Elk Grove

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Cassie Towne

5-8

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R

UTL

FR

Golden West

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Kathy Fong

5-3

R

R

P / OF

SO

Piedmont

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Jessie Kitchen

5-6

R

R

OF

SO

Dixon

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Jackie Kataoka

5-2

R

R

UTL

SO

C.K. McClatchy

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Kim Briggs

5-6

R

R

INF

SO

Galt

8

Kendall Sorensen

5-6

R

R

OF

SO

Dixon

9

Jen Zoller

5-6

R

R

P

SO

Woodcreek

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Lauren Crawford

5-6

R

R

OF

SO

Armijo

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Ceara Barker

5-6

L

R

UTL

FR

West Campus

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Lauren Reyes

5-0

R

R

INF

FR

Galt

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Chelsea Dunnington

5-11

R

R

1B

FR

C.K. McClatchy

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Lauren Liming

5-5

R

R

OF

SO

Dublin

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Katie Campbell

5-3

R

R

C

SO

Vacaville

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Amber Roszkos

5-9

R

R

C

SO

Benicia

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Mariah Morningstar

6-0

R

R

UTL

FR

Summerville

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Allison Conyers

5-7

L

R

UTL

SO

Ponderosa

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Shasta Hill

6-0

R

R

P

FR

Vanden

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS

Robert Maglione - Head Coach Coach Robert Maglione is in his 31st year as a community college coach in the great game of softball. This is his 16th season at Sacramento City College and his 13th as the head coach. Before being named head coach in January 1998 Maglione was the Associate Head Coach with Tim Kiernan for two years. It was in this position that Maglione and Kiernan coach the Panthers to a state championship and a runner up nish while winning over 120 games in that period. Maglione is no stranger to the head coaching position. During his tenure at Napa Valley College (1981-1995) he took a non-existent program to a top ten program. At NVC Maglione compiled a record of 456-224. Over the past thirty years Maglione has won 21 conference titles, gone to the round of 16 of the playoffs 23 times, has been to the Final Eight 12 times and been part of the state championship team twice. Has been voted Conference Coach Of the Year 15 times over his career, Northern California Coach of the year 7 times and along with his staff voted as the NFCA national coaching staff of the year 4 times. At this time Coach Maglione record stands at 1,143 wins and 370 losses, which is the most all-time for California Junior College softball. Maglione was a three-sport athlete at San Rafael High School in Marin County, California, and rst started playing fast pitch at the age of 15 in Newark, New Jersey. He graduated from CSU Chico (’76) with a degree in social welfare and earned a Master’s from St. Mary’s College (’95) in HPER. Maglione also saw duty in the United States Navy from 1970-1974. Even more impressive than his list of professional accomplishments, Maglione is especially proud to be a cancer survivor. Maglione lives with his wife and partner for life Sharleen in American Canyon, California. They have been married for 28 years this May and have three adult children: Jeannie and Jennifer and son Jason. Maglione also has six grandchildren, Lazarus, Lauren, Leilani, Sage, Asher and Ethen. Coach Maglione would also like to thank his assistant coaches for their never-ending work with the Panther program to make it the best.

Gary McKee - Assistant Coach Coach McKee is returning for a 3rd stint as an assistant coach with the Sacramento City College Panthers. He has recently retired from the oil industry after 35 years, which will allow him to rejoin the Panthers after a 3 year hiatus. A former fast pitch player himself, Gary began coaching girls in the sport of fast pitch softball over 20 years ago. His main duty will be to help the City pitching staff. Gary has had this duty around Coach Maglione for several years starting back when the two teamed to coach a very successful A.S.A. 16 and under team. Gary resides in Sacramento with his wife Debbie. He has two daughters, Andrea and Erin who were both fast pitch pitchers; and a stepdaughter, Amy who also played fast pitch softball.

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Robert Cameron - Head Assistant Coach Coach Robert (Bob) Cameron is in his 12th year with the Panther softball team. His coaching assignments are to run the ineld along with coaching third base on game days. Cameron also works with the lefties on their short game. He brings to City College over twenty years of coaching experience, seven of which were with Vintage High School in Napa, California. Cameron became associated with head coach Robert Maglione when the two ran the Napa Valley Express, an ASA youth organization. He is currently employed with the City of Faireld Community Services Department where he is in charge of the ASA tournament season. Cameron is the founder and organizational head coach of the Nor-Cal Elite, an ASA club that teaches softball skills to girls from the ages of 10-18. His teams are a regular at major ASA national tournaments. Bob has three children; Lance, Dominic and daughter Nadia. Nadia is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she played softball on a scholarship. Bob also has ve grandchildren, Trae, Nia, Jordyn, Jailyn, and Jeanna

Mandi Salcido - Assistant Coach Coach Mandi Salcido enters her 3rd year as an assistant for the Panthers. Her duties include managing the pitching staff along with a shared responsibility of the hitting instruction and conditioning regimen. Salcido is alumni of the Sac City program and largely contributed to the 2004 state title. Her work ethic and knowledge of the game not only enhanced her success as a player, but is what makes her a valuable asset to the program. Mandi nished her career on a solid note as a captain for the UC Davis Aggies. Her senior year she earned All- Division I Independent rst-team honors, batting .278 with 9 homeruns and 29 RBI, and started all 59 games at shortstop, logging 117 assists and ve double plays. A native of Sacramento, California, Salcido graduated in 2007 with a degree in Sociology.

Bob Newman - Assistant Coach Coach Coach Bob Newman returns to the Panthers, having taken a few seasons off, for his 7th season overall as the Panther’s outeld and hitting coach. His experience in the eld of softball comes from being the head coach at Elk Grove High School to running the Fire and Ice ASA softball organization over a span of several years. Newman’s duties will be to instruct the outelders on proper skills for their positions at the college level as well as instructing the hitting program. In Bob’s younger days he was part of the Sacramento Smokies, a traveling baseball organization. He is the owner and operator of Superior Shower Door Company when not out on the eld. 7 Newman is married to his wife, Monica and they have two sons, Jacob and Luke.

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Bob Hayes - Assistant Coach Bob’s Fast pitch Softball career started back in 1977, where he played for Carmelita’s of Roseville Calif. Continued to play for the next 14 years for a variety of A and Open A travel teams at the national level based out of Sacramento California,. Bob ended his playing career with the Roseville Merchants in 1994 at age 41. Bob started coaching in 1995 at a local recreational league in Orangevale California, where he coached for two years. In 1997 Bob started coaching travel ball with the Golden Thunder 12U. Bob continued coaching with a variety of travel teams; Sacramento Dynasty 12U &14U, Capital City Comets 14U & 16U and the Roseville Heat 18U and 18 Gold. His teams have all played in National Tournaments ASA, NSA and Triple Crown venues. Finishing in the top 20 in two ASA nationals 18U and Top 10 in Triple Crown nationals 16U, 16U Champions Triple Crown Fireworks Tournament in Denver Colorado and second place in NSA nationals 12U. Bob was Head Varsity Softball coach at Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks California from 2002 to 2007, where he led the Bronco’s to their rst playoff birth in 20 years in the 2007 season. His son Heath Hayes played baseball at San Diego State where he received All American honors and was also named MVP of the WAC he senior year (1994). Heath was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 1994 and went on to play seven years with the Indians organization, ending his career with the Triple A Buffalo Bison in 2001. Bob and Heath started Triple play school of Athletic development in 2005, working with some of the areas elite baseball and softball players, some of which have played or are currently playing at the D2 and D1 level, including his daughter Kayla Hayes who is currently attending San Jose State. Bob is married to Janet Hayes (28 years) and a proud father of four girls and one boy and three grand children.

Vicky Rios - Assistant Coach Coach Vicky Rios is in her 2nd year as an assistant coach for the Panther softball team. She returns to Sac City College where she played in 1991 and 1992. Rios was the MVP and an All-State Selection on the Panther softball team that won the Camino Norte Conference Championship and nished 3rd place at the State Championships. In 1992, she was team captain of the State and National Championship team, and was named to both the AllConference and All-State team. She transferred to Cal State Northridge in 1993, where she earned AllWAC Honorable Mention honors, helping her team win the conference title and reach the Final Eight in the Women’s College World Series. In 1994, she capped off her career by leading her team to another WAC Championship and the Finals of the College World Series. Rios was once again named WAC Honorable Mention and received the Most Inspirational and Outstanding Defense Awards. Following her collegiate career, she was drafted to play in the Women’s Professional Softball League. She also played on a women’s select team that competed against international 8 teams such as China, New Zealand, Taipei and Canada.

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3rd Place (Bay Valley) Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions 2nd Place (Camino Norte) Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Bay Valley (Silver) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions

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Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Silver) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions 2nd Place (Bay Valley - Gold) Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Big 7 Champions Big 7 Champions Big 8 Champions Big 8 Champions Big 8 Co-Champions

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State Runner-Up State Runner-Up State Runner-Up State Runner-Up California State Champions 3rd Place 3rd Place California State Champions 6th Place 3rd Place 5th Place

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California State Champions State Runner-Up 3rd Place 5th Place 3rd Place California State Champions 5th Place 4th Place 4th Place 3rd Place 5th Place

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The Panthers have raised the state championship banner in 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2004, making it the most successful softball program in Northern California. Here’s a look at the championship teams! 1988 This title cost coach Tim Kiernan the mustache. He was true to his word that if the Panthers won their rst title, he would shave off the stuff above his lip, and hours after the nal out, Kiernan was sheared. Charlene Manley pitched her fourth consecutive shutout and the Panthers pushed across a run in the fth inning to beat Palomar 1-0 in Hayward to cap a 44-6 season. Manley allowed only 10 hits in the tournament sweep and was named Most Valuable Player. Manley allowed only two rst-inning hits in the nals. She was one of seven returning starters who returned for another shot after SCC had nished second in 1987. The defense, anchored by Shannon Padova and Shelly Suwa, was superb. Catcher Melinda Garcia and rst baseman Dawnielle King were selected to the all-state team and Margie McCune drove in the only run in the state nal game. Manly won 34 games that season, tied for the best single-season total in SCC history, and she had a 0.08 earned run average. Nicki Dennis led the team with 10 homers, 16 doubles and 56 RBI’s. Padovan had 18 sacraces. The All-Americans that season included Dennis, Manley, and Pandovan.

1992 No team in state history ever boasted of such dominating pitching. And not with just one hurler. SCC had the ideal 1-2 punch to punch out the competition with Amy Windmiller and Kim Gonzalez. WIndmiller went 27-1 and Gonzo was 26-2 as SCC rolled to a school record54-3 record, including four games at Sacramento Softball COmplex to take its second title. Fittingly, WIndmiller set the SCC record with a numbing 365 strikeouts. Gonzalez is second all time with 187. Windmiller had a 0.07 ERA that spring, tops all time at SCC, and Gonzalez is tied for second at 0.08. Windmiller allowed only four earned runs all season and beat Palomar 4-1. She struck out 10 and went 3-0 in the tourney with Gonzalez winning the other game. WIndmiller tossed a no-hitter against Palomar for a 3-0 win earlier in that tournament. All told, Windmiller had 10 no-hitters and ve perfect games. And when she took the day off, Gonzo took over and blew away the competition. The defense was anchored by shortstop Vicky RIos, who had 64 hits and scored 50 runs. Becky Burroughs set an SCC record with 10 triples. First baseman Stephanie Acton and catcher Beth Gerkin also had superb seasons.

1996 More pitching, more hitting and more defense. And another state title. SCC again again featured a poweful 1-2 pitching combo with Cheri Shinn and Sarah Ayres, and the Panthers elded perhaps their most deadly lineup as three players drove in 47 or more runs. The Panthers set a school record for wins and nished with one of the best marks in state history at 59-4. Two losses to Solano in the regular season served as the wakeup call SCC needed and the Panthers roared through the playoffs, winning all 8 games and the state championship against Fullerton at Ohlone College. Shinn went 29-2 with a 0.59 ERA. Ayres was 13-0 with a 0.08 ERA, which tied for second best on the all time SCC list. Shinn was one of ve All-Americans. In addition to her mound dominance, she has a .369 average, drove in 49 runs and clubbed four homers. All-AMerican inelder Laura Redding hit .402 with 54 RBI’s, tied for forth best on the all-time SCC list. All-American third baseman Kim Martinez hit .367 with 30 RBI’s after leading the state in scoring in basketball, where she was also an All-American.

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All American Londyn Ray batted .360 with 47 RBI’s and tied the SCC single-season record with 10 homers. Denise Jackson, an All-American in volleyball and softball, hit .333 with 31 RBI’s and four homers. Each of the All-Americans earned scholarships.

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2004 They’ve done it again! After missing the state championship by one game in the 2003 season, SCC has had it’s redemption. The Panthers went on two winning streaks, 17-0 and 27-0, to nish out their 2004 season 44-2 as Bay Valley Conference and California State Champions. All-American Nikki Cinque led the Panthers pitching staff with a 25-1 record and 0.32 ERA. She was honored as Most Valuable Player for the BVC, State Pitcher of the Year and Most Valuable Player of the State Championships. No. 2 pitcher Krystina Gomez went 15-1 for the season with a 0.63 ERA. Gomez, who threw the nal pitch for the Panthers in their 3-1 championship win over Cypress College, was honored as Most Valuable Pitcher for the State Championships. Eight individuals batted over .400 for the season, including Wendi Salgo (.495), Mandi Salcido (.464), Gomez (.455), Cinque (.443), Tony Rodriguez (.443), Elisha Reed (.429), Iris Mendoza (.417) and Traci Bender (.408). The defense was locked down by All-American inelders Salgo and Bender, who had a combined total of 60 RBI’s and 80 hits. Salcido also had a stellar season with 24 RBI’s and 52 hits. In league play SCC earned 305 runs and allowed only 37. In guiding the team to the state championship, head coach Robert Maglione was honored as the recipient of the 2004 California Community College Coach of the Year award. No team from Northern California has won a State Championship since the Panthers did this season.

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Cerritos College Golden West College Fullerton College Golden West College Santa Rosa Junior College Golden West College Golden West College Santa Ana College Rancho Santiago College Saddleback College Sacramento City College Palomar College West Valley College Cypress College Sacramento City College Palomar College College of the Sequoias

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Long Beach City College Sacramento City College Cypress College Cypress College Cypress College Palomar College Long Beach City College West Valley College Mt. San Antonio College Sacramento City College Mt. San Antonio College Cypress College Mt. San Antonio College Cerritos College Mt. San Antonio College Cypress College

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Cypress College Sacramento City College Golden West College Mt. San Antonio College Palomar College

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Cerritos College Long Beach City West Valley College 6 Teams Tied

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS Parents – Connie and Chris Allen Born – September 19, 1986 in Lake Havasu, AZ (hometown is Elk Grove, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Tiffany Woodruff) / 1 twin brother (Cody) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: Gatorade Player of the Year and Team MVP her senior year in high school Why SCC? To be a part of a great team and be coached by intelligent coaches Goal for 2011 – win a championship Favorite Athlete – Reggie Bush Favorite Artist – David Guetta (song - Sexy Chick) Favorite Movie – League of Their Own Free Time – shopping and hanging out with friends and family Biggest Inuence – “My parents for making me the person I am today”

#1 - Cortney Allen

Nickname – Cassie Parents – Michael and Ginger Towne Born – January 2, 1991 in Visalia, CA (her hometown is Elk Grove, CA) Siblings – 2 brothers (Gabriel and Nick) Major – Kinesiology Athletic Achievements: 2-Time 1st Team All-League Selection and Defensive Award Winner Why SCC? It is one of the most competitive programs in the area and because of the atmosphere here Goal for 2011 – to have a consistent performance and to make my shoulder stronger Favorite Athlete – Juan Pierre, because he is an all-around good athlete (a threat at the plate and super fast on the bases) Favorite Artist – Anything Country Favorite Movie – Boondock Saints Free Time – loves traveling and taking road trips Biggest Inuence – “My grandma – she is always pushing me.”

#2 - Cassie Towne

Nickname – Fongy-Fong or Fongger Parents – Anna Chan and Sunny Fong Born – October 5, 1990 in Oakland, CA (hometown is Piedmont, CA) Siblings – 2 sisters (Joanne and Winnie) Major – Social Science Athletic Achievements: 2nd Team All-League Selection (2007) and 1st Team All-League (2008) Why SCC? To improve my skills and learn as much as I can from the time that I’m here Goal for 2010 – to improve everyday and become the best I can be Favorite Artist – Bobby Brackins ft. Ray J (song – 143) Favorite Movies – The Hangover, Step Brothers and Toy Story Free Time – to hang out with my friends and family Biggest Inuence – “My family and friends because they push me to be better at everything I do.”

#3 - Kathy Fong

Nickname – Jess Parents – Lorraine and Ronny Kitchen Born – February 2, 1991 in Dixon(her hometown) Siblings – 1 sister (Ashley) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: 3-Time 1st Team All-League Selection Why SCC? Be a part of a great team Goal for 2010 – make it to states Favorite Athlete – LeBron James Favorite Artist – I like everything Favorite Movie – Slumdog Millionaire Free Time – hanging out with my grandma and shopping Biggest Inuence – “My dad, because he’s the strongest person I know and there for me no matter what.”

#4 - Jessie Kitchen

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Year - Sophomore Position - P / OF Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-5 High School Elk Grove

Year - Freshman Position - UTL Bats - L Throws - R Ht. - 5-8 High School Golden West

Year - Sophomore Position - P / OF Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-3 High School Piedmont

Year - Sophomore Position - Outeld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School Dixon

2011 SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE #5 - Jackie Kataoka

Nickname – Jackie Parents – Vicky and Randy Kataoka Born – April 30, 1990 in Sacramento, CA (her hometown) Siblings – 1 sister (Christine) / 1 brother (Luciano) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: 2-Time National Judo Champion, 2-Time State Judo Champion and Track & Field MVP Why SCC? To be a part of a great team and to learn from great coaches Goal for 2010 – to help the team make it to states and win a state championship Favorite Athlete – Michael Phelps because he has a good work ethic and does what needs to be done in order to be great Favorite Artist – Carrie Underwood (song – Flat on the Floor) Favorite Movie – Star Wars Free Time – go boating, swimming and reading Biggest Inuence – “My dad because he has always been there for me and supported me in everything I’ve done.”

Year - Sophomore Position - UTL Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-2 High School C.K. McClatchy

#7 - Kim Briggs

Nickname – Briggsy Parents – Karen and Jim Briggs Born – December 30, 1989 in Sacramento, CA (hometown is Galt, CA) Year - Sophomore Siblings – 2 sisters (Shauna and Chandra) / 2 brothers (Buddy and Corey) Position - Ineld Major – Psychology Bats - R Athletic Achievements: 3-Time All-SVC League Selection, Honorable Mention SVC, 2-Time offensive player of the Year Award, Team MVP her senior year, 2-Time All-Metro Throws - R Honorable Mention, 3-Time Team Captain, Ultimate All-Around Player of the Year Award, Ht. - 5-6 SVC Player of the Year Award, and Galt HS Female Athlete of the Year…plus multiple basketball and volleyball awards as well High School Why SCC? To win states and transfer to a D-I school Galt Goal for 2010 – win conference and states Favorite Athlete – Derek Jeter Favorite Artist – Tim McGraw (song – Don’t take the Girl) Favorite Movie – A League of Their own Free Time – working out, camping and boating Biggest Inuence – “my dad, because he’s never given up once and always wants what’s best for everyone but himself” Nickname – K-Rae or Ken-Deezy Parents – Leah and Grant Sorensen Born – October 8, 1990 in Woodland, CA (hometown is Dixon, CA) Siblings – 3 sisters (Nikki, Sydney and Kallie) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: All-League Honorable Mention, 2-Time All-League Selection, plus a 3-Time All-League Selection in golf Why SCC? Thought it was a good program Goal for 2010 – to help my team get to states in any way possible Favorite Athlete – Peyton Manning because he’s an amazing leader and a team player Favorite Artists – Ke$ha (song – We Are Who We Are)…but she likes everything Favorite Movie – Step Brothers Free Time – riding dirt bikes and camping Biggest Inuence – “My parents because they both support me so much.”

#8 - Kendall Sorensen

Nickname – Jenn Parents – Lori and Craig Zoller Born – October 18, 1990 in Sacramento, CA (hometown is Roseville, CA) Siblings – 2 brothers (Ryan and Nick) Major – Graphic Design Why SCC? I feel like it is the best JC softball program I could play for and the program will help me move on to a four-year school Goal for 2010 – to Win States! Favorite Athlete – Tim Lincecum because he’s an awesome pitcher and he’s HOT! Favorite Artist – Taking Back Sunday (song – Cute without the ‘e’) Free Time – painting, web design and hanging out with friends Biggest Inuence – “My parents and grandparents because they’re always pushing me to be better.”

#9 - Jen Zoller

Year - Sophomore Position - Outeld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School Dixon

Year - Sophomore Position - RHP Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School Woodcreek

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS Nickname – LC Parents – Kathy Castillo Born – November 20, 1987 in Faireld, CA (her hometown) Siblings – 1 sister (Rachael) Major – Sociology Why SCC? For the softball program Goal for 2010 – to become a better player and get a scholarship to a four-year Favorite Athlete – Jessica Mendoza Favorite Artist – Paramore and Carrie Underwood Favorite Movie – Walk the Line Free Time – walking and spending time with friends and family Biggest Inuence – “My mom because of her accomplishments in life”

#10 - Lauren Crawford

Nickname – C Blues Clues Parents – Kelly Barker Born – December 5, 1992 in Sacramento, CA (her hometown is West Sacramento, CA) Siblings – 1 brother (Yancey) Major – Criminal Justice Athletic Achievements: 2-Time All-League Honorable Mention and All-League Honorable Mention in basketball as well Why SCC? To make me a more driven individual Goal for 2010 – to understand the game better and be the best that I can be Favorite Athlete – Brett Favre because he is a great QB Favorite Artists – Trey Songs, Shania Twain, and Paramore Favorite Movies – S.W.A.T., Finding Nemo and Aladdin Free Time – sleeping, eating and hanging out Biggest Inuence – “My mom because she has and will always be there for me”

#11 - Ceara Barker

Year - Sophomore Position - Outeld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School Armijo

Year - Freshman Position - UTL Bats - L Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School West Campus

#12 - Lauren Reyes

Nickname – Boomer Parents – Andrew and Sonia Reyes Born – January 6, 1991 in Stockton, CA (her hometown is Galt, CA) Siblings – 2 sisters (Larissa and Leanna) Major – Animal Science Athletic Achievements: 2-Time All-League Selection, All-SVC Honorable Mention, 2-Time Defensive Player of the Year, and Offensive Player of the Year Award winner Why SCC? It’s a great softball program Goal for 2010 – to hit a homerun at home, make no errors defensively, and hit at least .300 Favorite Athlete – Derek Jeter because he is an all-around great athlete and has veteran knowledge of the game Favorite Artist – Eminem (song – Ride for you by Danity Kane) Favorite Movies – Sandlot and the Lion King Free Time – playing volleyball, hanging out with sisters and friends Biggest Inuence – “My dad because he’s the reason why I started and continued to play sports”

Year - Freshman Position - Ineld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-0 High School Galt

#13 - Chelsea Dunnington

Parents – Monty Dunnington and Debi Dunnington johnson Born – Maerch 23, 1989 in La Palma, CA (her hometown is Sacramento, CA) Siblings – 1 brother (Cort) Year - Freshman Major – Engineering Position - First Base Athletic Achievements: 4-year varsity player, 2-Time All-League Selection and Team Bats - R Captain senior year Why SCC? To continue playing softball Throws - R Goal for 2010 – to play competitively for Sac City Ht. - 5-11 Favorite Athlete – Dorothy Kamenshek (Dottie Hinson) because she’s the greatest female baseball player ever High School Favorite Artist – Papa Roach (song – scars) C.K. McClatchy Favorite Movie – Monty Python and the Holy Grail Free Time – snowboarding Biggest Inuence – “My past mistakes because without them I wouldn’t be who I am or where I am now; and I wouldn’t have learned the things I have and grown from the experiences”

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2011 SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE #15 - Lauren Liming

Nickname – Lime or LL Parents – Scott Liming Born – August 20, 1990 in Lompoc, CA (hometown is Dublin, CA) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: 4-Time All-League Selection Why SCC? It’s a well known winning program and I wanted to be a part of a great team and become a better player Goal for 2010 – to help the team become successful and get into states and leave here with a championship ring Favorite Artists – Lil Wayne, Gorilla Zoe, Paramore, Brittney Spears, and Usher Favorite Movies – Devil Wears Prada and Legally Blonde Free Time – eat a lot of food and shopping Biggest Inuence – “My dad because he is my biggest support system. He is always encouraging and motivating me. He always wants the best for me…Thank You Dad, I love you!”

Year - Sophomore Position - Outeld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-5 High School Dublin

Parents – Tammy and Richard Campbell Born – January 15, 1990 in Vallejo, CA (hometown is Vacaville, CA) Siblings – 1 brother (Robert) Major – Criminal Justice Athletic Achievements: 2-Time All-League Selection Why SCC? To make myself a better softball player and get a scholarship Goal for 2010 – to have over a .300 batting average and no errors Favorite Movie – Grease and Happy Feet Free Time – listening to music Biggest Inuence – “My brother because he makes the best of everything and works hard.”

#18 - Katie Campbell

Parents – David and Lori Roszkos Born – September 13, 1990 in Benicia, CA (her hometown) Siblings – 1 sister (Ashley) Major – Undeclared Athletic Achievements: All-League Honorable Mention, 3-Time All-League Selection, Team MVP her senior year and Best Offensive Player as a junior Why SCC? To get better and transfer to a four-year school Goal for 2010 – to win conference Favorite Athlete – Buster Posey because he is one of the youngest players on the Giants and he is still a baller Favorite Artist – Collie Buddz (song – Movin On) Favorite Movie – Step Brothers Free Time – hanging out with friends and family Biggest Inuence – “My mom because she is always encouraging me to do my best and to not give up on things…she is my biggest critic, but in a good way.

#20 - Amber Roszkos

Nickname – Ry Parents – Brian and Kellie Morningstar Born – May 17, 1992 in Sonora, CA (her hometown is Tuolumne, CA) Siblings – 1 brother (Conor) Major – Early Childhood Education/Athletic Training Athletic Achievements: 1st Team All-League, 1st Team All-Area, 2-Time Team MVP and a 4 year team captain Why SCC? To continue playing and move on to the next level, while playing on a very successful team Goal for 2010 – to win states! Favorite Athlete – JT Snow and Buster Posey because they’re inspiring athletes Favorite Artists – Lil Wayne, Taylor Swift and Drake Favorite Movie – Step Brothers Free Time – hanging out with friends Biggest Inuence – “My parents because they push me to be the best I can be”

Year - Sophomore Position - UTL Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-3 High School Vacaville

Year - Sophomore Position - Catcher Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-9 High School Benicia

#22 - Mariah Morningstar Year - Freshman Position - UTL Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 6-0 High School Summerville

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS Nickname – A-Con Parents – Brian and Terry Conyers Born – March 1 1988 in Cameron Park, CA (her hometown) Siblings – 2 brothers (Aaron and Austin) and 2 sisters (Amie and Ashlee) Major – Dental Hygiene Why SCC? Greta coaches, the best program and I wanted to play! Goal for 2010 – to win states and get a scholarship to nish school and softball Favorite Athlete – Derek Jeter because he’s the best shortstop and he’s hot Favorite Artist – Brittney Spears Favorite Movie – Billy Madison Free Time – hanging out with friends Biggest Inuence – “My family because through thick and thin we are always at each other’s side”

Nickname – Shaster Parents – Steve and Leslie Hill Born – April 24, 1991 in Vallejo, CA (her hometown is Vacaville, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Leaha) Major – Communications Athletic Achievements: All-League Selection and All-League Honorable Mention Why SCC? I wanted to learn and why not go to a school that can offer me the best academics and resources Favorite Athlete – Brian Wilson because he goes in there and gets it done Favorite Artists – Listen to all Rock, Country, Hip-Hop and R&B Favorite Movie – P.S. I Love You Free Time – hanging out with friends, camping and working out

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#23 - Allison Conyers Year - Sophomore Position - UTL Bats - L Throws - R Ht. - 5-7 High School Ponderosa

#25 - Shasta Hill Year - Freshman Position - RHP Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 6-0 High School Vanden

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RS - Teanna Brooks Nickname – Tay Parents – Terra Brooks Born – June 30, 1992 in Vallejo, CA (her hometown is Faireld, CA) Major – Undeclared Favorite Movie – Never Been Kissed Biggest Inuence – “My mom, I love her”

Year - Freshman Position - 3B/C High School Rodriguez

RS - Michaela Cuellar Nickname – Miguel Parents – Edward and Anna Cuellar Born – October 2, 1990 in Visalia, CA (her hometown) Siblings – 1 brother (Edward III) and 2 sisters (Chanel and Madlyen) Major – Sign Language Teacher Favorite Athlete – Brian Wilson because he is the best closer in MLB Favorite Artist – Paramore Favorite Movie – Pride and Prejudice Free Time – long walks on the beach Biggest Inuence – “My mom and dad because they support me through thick and thin”

Nickname – Bean Parents – Romelia and Jose Ibarra Born – October 4, 1989 in Sacramento, CA (hometown is Elk Grove, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Rachael) / 2 brothers (Michael and Richard) Major – Art Favorite Artist – I love 80’s rock Favorite Movies – the Predator movies, Twilight saga, and Star Wars Free Time – hanging out at home with my family and just going with the ow Biggest Inuence – “My mom and sister because they show me everyday what it is to be a strong and independent woman. They always push through hard times and help me through mine.”

Year - Sophomore Position - Outeld High School Redwood

RS - Eunique Ibarra-Mirazo Year - Sophomore Position - UTL High School Laguna Creek

RS - Leanna McKay Nickname – Mowgli Parents – Will and Raquel McKay Born – April 25, 1991 in Sacramento, CA (her hometown is Rancho Cordova, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Morita) and 3 brothers (Lavon, Will Jr. and Robert) Major – Undeclared Favorite Athlete – Jenny Finch because she is an awesome person Favorite Movie – Grease Free Time – hanging out with her ancée

Year - Freshman Position - UTL High School Cordova/Piner

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS

Nickname – Brit Parents – Jimmy and Michele Nickell Born – June 19, 1992 in Sacramento, CA (her hometown is Citrus Heights, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Mckenzi) and 1 brother (J.D.) Major – Biology Favorite Athlete – Lebron James because he is an amazing athlete Favorite Artist – Lady Antebellum Favorite Movie – Love and Basketball Free Time – love shopping Biggest Inuence – “My family because they keep me driven.”

Nickname – Stromy Parents – Steve and Jennifer Sergent Born – January 18, 1992 in Rocklin, CA (her hometown is Ione, CA) Siblings – 1 sister (Iree) and 1 brother (Michael) Major – English Favorite Athlete – Jenny Finch because she is awesome Favorite Artist – Goo Goo Dolls (Song – Iris) Favorite Movie – The Breakfast Club Free Time – reading Biggest Inuence – “My mom because no matter what she always has stayed strong.”

RS - Britni Nickell Year - Freshman Position - UTL High School Bella Vista

RS - Stormy Sergent Year - Freshman Position - Catcher High School Argonaut

RS - Kirsti Smith Parents – Bob and Janice Smith Born – February 14, 1992 in Sacramento, CA (her hometown) Major – Psychology Favorite Athlete – any athlete that makes a difference inspires me Favorite Artist – Journey (I love 80’s music) Favorite Movie – Happy Gilmore Free Time – 4-wheeling, shooting, and dirt biking Biggest Inuence – “My grandma because if she can push and make it this far so can I.”

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2011 SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE CAL STATE-SACRAMENTO Kathy Kelly Kelly Leizell Chris Frazier Shelly Van Drammelen Lynn Angel Karen Christianson Sharon Christianson Angie Smith ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Annette Majahla Tracy McCarron Margaret Shubert Debbie Nelson ATHENS STATE UNIVERSITY Shannon Smith Lori Lopez Laura Ellis Lori Dowid Keri Hunter Nancy Ramirez Tegen Prewitt Shannon Padovan Melissa Wilson Tracy Green Rachel Sosa Amy Morford Melissa Martinez Kim Wright Shannon Ramirez AUBURN UNIVERSITY Christa Manley Kelly Sutton Kimyata Harris Londyn Ray Mary Rose Villalpando BASCOM COLLEGE Nikki Cinque Aimee Schlumpberger Heather Hamilton CAL STATE-SAN BERNADINO Debra Curry BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY Miko Kunmbara Laeha Hill Jordan Dahl ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY Jackie Strohman Beth Record Tracy Fleshman Lisa Fresquez Lisa Hoglen Krystal Moreno

BRIDGEPORT STATE Erin Warr CAL POLY-SAN LUIS OBISPO Jolynn Flores Jill Smith Maggie Sekul CAL STATE-BAKERSFIELD Margie McCune CAL STATE-CHICO Florrie Linggi Gwen Cox Charlotte Honciano CAL STATE-DOMINGUEZ HILLS Stephanie Price CAL STATE-FULLERTON Chenita Rogers KC Clark Kendra Wilson CAL STATE-HAYWARD Maren Foster Linda Ikami Amanda Bernard CAL STATE-MONTEREY Leann Wacker Erica Wacker Tina Gotay CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE Shawna Smith Regina Lyons Angie Galieote Mary Moore Tiffany Ray Julie Sessler Amy Windmiller Vicky Rios Cheri Shinn Laura Redding

CAL STATE-STANISLAUS Kimiko Wright Erica McIntyre Amanda Monday CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS Samantha Pellon COPPEN STATE Nikki Buchko CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE Victoria Sendejas Jenny Merrill

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Kerry Allen Lisa Sherman NEW MEXICO-HIGHLANDS Kristina Flores NORTH EAST LOUISIANA Ann Clark Megan Corriea NORTH WEST LOUISIANA Cheri McCoy NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Martha Oyog NOTRE DAME-BELMONT Amanda Cooper Charisse Popejoy OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY Mee Mee Davis Krista Margetich OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Terri Shackleford PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY Linda Smith SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY Jill Endicott SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE Genna Allen SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY Kelly Conrady Vivian Villa Tracy Lopez Tami Crummett Kayla Hayes Nicole Wells SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Tracy Amador Tammie Wheeler

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Alysha Jones Kim Gonzalez FLORIDA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY Beth Gerken Shannon Gilley Dianna Novoa Erin Field Julie Pederson Trina Solesbee Trisha Gedvilas HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY Catie Henke Megan Corriea Nicole Valenzuela JACKSONVILLE STATE Veronica Davis LINFIELD COLLEGE Laura Merritt

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Danielle Brady Kim Martinez Denise Jackson Jenny Kohler Shauna Briggs UC BERKELY Marielle Vaughn Jenny Conard

UC DAVIS LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY Iris Mendoza Andrea Argee Mandi Salcido Melissa Hartkop UC RIVERSIDE MARY UNIVERSITY Traci Bender Christina Missildine Mandi Salcido Stephani Pilarsky Lisa Harris UC SANTA BARBARA Tanya Guzman Michelle Caldwell Marie Maita Rachel Crawford Angela Bautista Wendi Salgo UCLA Diana Links MENLO COLLEGE Lyndsey Klein Marissa Sequeria UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA MIAMI OF OHIO Nicki Dennis Daria Germond

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII Jessica Mederias UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO Tracy Ryan UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA Kim Maurer UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO Cristin Anderson UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Lisa Carpenter Shelly Suwa Geralee Dresbach Lori Mouw Dayna Garcia Jennifer Gaylor Becky Burroughs Stephanie Acton UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Rissa Perryman C.C. Burns Danielle Haag UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND Dona King UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA SPARTANBURG Renee Dobrinski Chanel Gonzales UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Tara Clarke UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Jodi Ramirez Sarah Ayres Amanda Venable Janette Koshell UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO Erika Ammons UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO Amy Morris UNIVERSITY OF TULSA Bonnie Bruton Jessee Ayala UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA Holly Weibert Monique Clary UNLV Lisa DeFazio Mindy Garcia USC Katie Larson UTAH STATE Chenita Bradley Jamie Linker WILLIAM PENN UNIVERSITY Sheri Meyers Aimee Vigil Elizabeth Sauerwein

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS PITCHING Wins

OFFENSE RBI’s

OFFENSE Hits

1.

Danielle Haag

44

1997

1.

Lyndsey Klein

88

1997

1.

Lyndsey Klein

109

1997

2.

Danielle Haag

41

1998

2.

Amanda Venable

77

1998

2.

Nicole Wells

100

2007

3.

Amanda Monday

36

2008

3.

Shauna Briggs

75

1997

3.

Janette Koshell

86

1999

4.

Erin Field

34

1994

4.

Cindy Oseguera

63

2007

4.

Shauna Briggs

85

1997

Charlene Manley

34

1988

5.

Andrea Argee

57

2009

Jenny Kohler

85

1997

Angie Smith

34

1984

Janette Koshell

57

1999

Christa Manley

84

1994

Charlene Manley

33

1987

Tracy McCarron

57

1985

5.

5.

Batting Average Innings Pitched

Home Runs

1.

Chenita Rogers

.607

1985

1.

Charlene Manley

297

1988

1.

Cindy Oseguera

17

2007

2.

Nicki Dennis

.567

1987

2.

Erin Field

295

1994

2.

Lindsey Bruno

12

2009

3.

Janette Koshell

.562

1999

3.

Danielle Haag

289

1997

3.

Kayla Hayes

10

2007

4.

Kathy Kelly

.538

1982

4.

Charlene Manley

288

1987

Lyndsey Klein

10

1997

5.

Jane Hollis

.531

1976

5.

Danielle Haag

281

1998

Londyn Ray

10

1996

Nicki Dennis

10

1988

4.

Jacki Ecker

9

2006

1.

Lyndsey Klein

85

1997

5.

Jordan Dahl

8

2006

2.

Jenny Kohler

72

1997

3.

Nicole Wells

69

2007

4.

Laura Redding

68

1996

5.

Kayla Hayes

64

2007

Tracey Greene

64

1990

Complete Games

Runs Scored

1.

Charlene Manley

44

1988

2.

Danielle Haag

41

1997

3.

Charlene Manley

40

1987

Angie Smith

40

1985

1.

Laura Redding

13

1996

4.

Danielle Haag

39

1998

2.

Janette Koshell

12

1999

5.

Erin Field

38

1994

Lyndsey Klein

12

1997

3.

Becky Burroughs

10

1992

4.

Amanda Venable

8

1998

1.

Tracey Greene

61

1990

Strike Outs

Triples

Stolen Bases

1.

Amy Windmiller

365

1992

Jenny Kohler

8

1997

2.

Chenita Rogers

51

1985

2.

Erin Field

323

1994

Chenita Rogers

8

1984

3.

Chenita Rogers

43

1984

3.

Amanda Monday

251

2008

Janette Koshell

7

1998

4.

Shauna Smith

42

1983

4.

Erin Field

211

1993

Londyn Ray

7

1997

5.

Debbie Nelson

41

1984

5.

Veronica Davis

206

2001

Cori Keay

7

1994

5.

Sacrices E.R.A.

Doubles

1.

Tracy Lopez

23

1990

1.

Amy Windmiller

0.07

1992

1.

Andrea Argee

29

2009

2.

Debbie Nelson

21

1984

2.

Charlene Manley

0.08

1988

2.

Lyndsey Klein

26

1997

3.

Shannon Padovan

18

1988

3.

Sarah Ayres

0.08

1996

3.

Cindy Oseguera

25

2007

Debbie Nelson

18

1985

4.

Kim Gonzalez

0.18

1992

4.

Janette Koshell

22

1999

4.

Vicki Rios

16

1991

5.

Dayna Garcia

0.23

1991

5.

Kimberly Briggs

20

2009

5.

Kendra Wilson

14

1992

Nicole Wells

20

2007

Shelly Suwa

14

1987

Regina Lyons

14

1985

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2011 SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE EASTON ALL-AMERICANS Amanda Venable Danielle Haag Nicole Valenzuela Melissa Martinez Amy Morris Beverly Cramblit Tracy Bender Nikki Cinque Wendy Salgo Jaci Ecker (x2) Krystina Gomez Tracy Ryan Jordan Dahl Andrea Argee Lindsey Bruno Kelli Reynolds ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Tiffany Ray 1994 Kim Wright 1994 Bonnie Bruton 1995 Danielle Brady 1995 Trina Solesbee 1995 Bina Ramirez 1995 Melissa Blote 1996 Sarah Ayres 1996 Katie Larson 2003 Keagan Caldwell 2003 Samantha Pellon 2003 Kimiko Wright 2006 Tina Gotay 2006 ALL-AMERICANS Nicki Dennis 1987 Nicki Dennis 1988 Charlene Manley 1988 Shannon Padovan 1988 Tracy Lopez 1990 Dayna Garcia 1991 Amy Windmiller 1992 Erin Field 1994 Christa Manley 1994 Shannon Gilley 1994 Jackie Strohman 1994 Cori Keay 1994 Laura Redding 1995 Londyn Ray 1995 Cheri Shinn 1996 Laura Redding 1996 Londyn Ray 1996 Denise Jackson 1996 Kim Martinez 1996 Danielle Haag 1997 Lyndsey Klein 1997 Amanda Venable 1998 Danielle Haag 1998 Lyndsey Klein 1998 Shauna Briggs 1998 Janette Koshell 1998 Janette Koshell 1999 Jessee Ayala 1999 Kelly Sutton 2000 Nicole Valenzuela 2000 Liz Sauerwein 2000 Nikki Cinque 2004 Wendi Salgo 2004

Traci Bender Jaci Ecker Jaci Ecker Tracy Ryan Jordan Dahl Cindy Oseguera Nicole Wells Lindsey Bruno Laeha Hill Erica McIntyre Lindsey Bruno Andrea Argee Andrea Argee Melissa Hartkop ALL-STATE SELECTIONS SS Kathy Kelly OF Lisa DeFazio P Shawna Smith SS Beth Kelly P Stephanie Price P Stephanie Price OF Diana Links OF Chenita Rogers OF Tara Clark OF Chenita Rogers 2B Debbie Nelson 1B Tracy McCarron P Angie Smith C Reggie Lyons OF Lisa Carpenter P Charlene Manley 3B Nicki Dennis OF Lisa Carpenter DP Mee Mee Davis OF Marielle Vaughn 3B Nicki Dennis P Charlene Manley OF Tracy Greene OF Tracy Greene C Krista Margetich P Mary Moore P Dayna Garcia C Jennifer Gaylor P Dayna Garcia DP Daria Germond SS Vicky Rios OF Stephanie Acton SS Vicky Rios P Amy Windmiller C Beth Gerken P Erin Field OF Tammy Crummet OF Shannon Gilley SS Christa Manley P Erin Field OF Londyn Ray P Cheri Shinn 3B Kim Martinez OF Londyn Ray OF Denise Jackson SS Laura Redding P Cheri Shinn P Danielle Haag SS Lyndsey Klein OF C.C. Burns

2004 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997

P Danielle Haag 1998 SS Lyndsey Klein 1998 1B Amanda Venable 1998 OF Janette Koshell 1999 P Keri Hunter 1999 P Veronica Davis 2000 SS Kelly Sutton 2000 OF Nicole Valenzuela 2000 OF Nicole Valenzuela 2001 P Veronica Davis 2001 P Beverly Cramblit 2002 P Nikki Cinque 2004 P Krystina Gomez 2004 3B Wendi Salgo 2004 2B Traci Bender 2004 SS Jacki Ecker 2005 P Krystina Gomez 2005 SS Jaci Ecker 2006 1B Jordan Dahl 2006 C Cindy Oseguera 2007 2B Nicole Wells 2007 OF Laeha Hill 2008 P Amanda Monday 2008 2B Andrea Argee 2009 1B Lindsey Bruno 2009 P Kelli Reynolds 2009 UTL Andrea Argee 2010 OF Melissa Hartkop 2010 ALL-REGIONAL SELECTIONS P Shawna Smith 1982 C Maren Foster 1983 P Kim Mauer 1983 3B Lori Lopez 1984 UT Sandra Duncan 1984 C Reggie Lyons 1985 SS Martha Oyog 1985 1B Karen Christianson 1986 1B Maggie Sekul 1987 2B Shannon Padovan 1987 OF Maggie McCune 1988 C Krista Margetich 1989 P Lori Mouw 1989 OF K.C. Clark 1989 OF K.C. Clark 1990 OF Jenny Conard 1990 SS Tracy Lopez 1990 UT Daria Germond 1991 P Mary Moore 1991 P Kim Gonzalez 1992 C Beth Gerken 1992 1B Stephanie Acton 1992 2B Shannon Ramirez 1993 OF Tiffany Ray 1993 3B Kim Martinez 1995 SS Laura Redding 1995 2B Jenny Kohler 1997 2B Ronnie Simmons 1999 2B Tina Gotay 2006 1B Lindsey Bruno 2008 3B Erica McIntyre 2008 P Cortney Allen 2010

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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS Danny, Shanna, Kalli,Summer & Caden McCoy Wai Fong Mr & Mrs. Hill Mr.Esberg Jim & Paula O’Brien Lupe Bettis Craig Zoller The Morningstar Family Sunny Fong Kansas Investigative Services Wicheta RS Darlene Wohlwend Curtis de Vera Nancy Devera / Cindy Wohlwend Anon Kei Lam Vicky Kataoka Susan von Bargen Betty Glass Ron, Barb, Cody, & Jeff Bagwell Manny & Teresa Perez Jackson Runeheria Bob & Sandy Tokunaga ‘J’s Quality Printing Diversied Power Corporation George & Dorthy Bouse Tommy & Tinnie Lai Vetting Family Daycare Kellie Flanders Isabella & Olivia Bergman Steve & Sawna Pawlaczyk Jeanne Zoller Tom & Terri Merry Jae & Ann Franzella Matthew & Eric Sturges Bud’s Pub & Grill Thelma J. Cull Warren McWilliams Cindy Lee The Garcia Family Betty Cones Jerry & Patty Walker Rueben & Tracey Vargas Debra J. Taylor Philip & Teresa Rayral Peggy Towne The Renfrow Family Bruce & Mary Jo Potter

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Herbert & Lan Nickell Steve & Margie Wohlwend James Rodriguez Dwight K. Harvill The Curtin Family Curtis and Terry McBroom Frank & Barbara Wardwell Scott Liming Zimmerman Re-Rooting Michelle & Doug Williamson Cathie Santos Rey & Carla Munoz Bill & Marion Harvill Emily Zoller Angela M. Flores Shawn & Mary Russell Gram & Papa Boyd Don Callahan Uncle Gilbert & Auntie May Barrios Phyllis Bates Tara McDaniel Mr.& Mrs. John Conyers The Foxworthy’s Brian & Sherie Selby Ken Woodard Karen & Brian Powell Douglas W. White Colten Felkins Karen Felkins Chance Felkins Leanna McKay Moore Biological Consultants Ashley Kitchen In Memory of Richard James Kitchen Serena Bartholomew Vicky English Partricia Rankin John & Judy Warlick Mr. & Mrs. Tony Barrios Richard & Priscilla McKay Anna Chan Mark Robinson Kevin Ito Don & Donna Rice Pa & Omc Merry Tim & Rebecca Watkins Ronny & Lorraine Kitchen Bob Boyer & Debi Johnson

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