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Hawai’i Paradise Classic 2/10 2/11 2/12

vs. Texas State

2:00 p.m.

vs. Southern Utah

11:00 a.m.

at Hawai’i

3:00 p.m.

Bracket Play

TBA

Campbell/Cartier Classic 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/23

vs. Northwestern

9:00 a.m.

vs. California

4:30 p.m.

vs. Howard

9:00 a.m.

vs. Fresno State

11:30 a.m.

at San Diego

2:00 p.m.

vs. Sacramento State

2:00 p.m.

Stanford Nike Invitational 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/5 3/6

9:00 a.m.

California

1:30 p.m.

at Sacramento State

2:00 p.m.

Cal State Northridge *

12:00 p.m.

Cal State Northridge *

2:00 p.m.

4/3

Cal State Northridge *

12:00 p.m.

4/6

at San Jose State

3:00 p.m.

Pacific *

12:00 p.m.

Pacific *

2:00 p.m.

Pacific *

12:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

1:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

3:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

1:00 p.m.

Cal State Fullerton *

1:30 p.m.

Cal State Fullerton *

3:30 p.m.

3/30 4/2

4/9 4/10 4/16 4/17

vs. Colorado State

6:00 p.m.

vs. North Dakota State

8:15 p.m.

vs. Kentucky

6:00 p.m.

4/23

Cal State Fullerton *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Memphis

8:15 p.m.

4/26

Stanford

3:00 p.m.

at Stanford

1:30 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Nevada

1:00 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

2:00 p.m.

vs. Nevada

3:00 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

12:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

2:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

2:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

12:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

12:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

12:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

2:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

12:00 p.m.

Bronco Super Series 3/11

Oregon State

3/27

4/22

4/30 5/1 5/7 5/8 5/13

vs. San Jose State

4:00 p.m.

vs. Albany NY

1:15 p.m.

5/14

vs. Boise State

3:30 p.m.

NCAA Regionals

3/13

vs. San Jose State

10:00 a.m.

5/21

3/22

at Stanford

6:00 p.m.

NCAA Super Regionals

3/12

AGGIE STAMPEDE 3/25 3/26

5/28

TBA TBA

Saint Mary’s

1:30 p.m.

Women’s College World Series

Santa Clara

3:45 p.m.

6/03

Oregon State

3:45 p.m.

home event in white & CAPS

TBA

TBA TBA TBA * conference event

Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.

Guide Contents GENERAL Quick Facts........................................................................................1 Head Coach Karen Yoder....................................................................2 Assistant Coaches Alicia Hollowell, Dominique Lastrapes & Jessi Gibson.....................................................................................3 La Rue Field.......................................................................................5 2011 Roster......................................................................................12 Aggies in the Community.................................................................13 AGGIE PROFILES Bianca Castillo, Jessica Gonzalez.........................................................4 Alex Holmes.......................................................................................5 Kylie Fan, Kelly Harman....................................................................6 Rachel Miller, Heather Zimmerman....................................................7 Megan Guzman, Elizabeth Santana, Kelly Schulze..............................8 Jessica Thweatt, JJ Wagoner................................................................9 Allison Smith, Mariah Bagsic, Felicia Baldwin...................................10 Desiree Chavez, Kasie Cochran, Amy Nunez, Chandler Wagner . ....11

2010 RECAP Game-by-Game Results..................................................................... 14 Individual Statistics........................................................................... 15 Big West Conference ...................................................................16-17 RECORD BOOK Year-by-Year Leaders.....................................................................18-19 Year-by-Year Team Statistics............................................................... 21 Year-by-Year Records......................................................................... 22 Series Records................................................................................... 23 Postseason History............................................................................ 24 Single-Game Records......................................................................... 25 Season Records.............................................................................26-27 Career Records.............................................................................28-29 Aggie Award Winners...................................................................30-31 All-Time Letterwinners List..........................................................32-33 CAMPUS SECTION This is UC Davis................................................................................i-ii UC Davis Athletics Staff..................................................................iii-iv Facilities Overview.......................................................................... v-vi Serving The Student-Athlete.............................................................. vii

Quick Facts School......................................................University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Address . ................................................One Shields Avenue / Davis, CA 95616 Established/Founded............................1905/1908 Enrollment..............................................32,153 Nickname................................................Aggies Colors......................................................Yale Blue & Gold National Affiliation................................NCAA Division I Conference..............................................Big West Conference Home Site...............................................La Rue Field (500) Chancellor...............................................Dr. Linda Katehi (Athens Polytechnic ’77) Director of Athletics..............................Greg Warzecka (California ‘75) Senior Associate A.D. Compliance, Eligibility & Sports Med...........Nona Richardson (Michigan State ’83) Ext. Affairs & Resource Dev.: ....................Cindy Spiro (Pacific ’76) Executive Assistant A.D.......................Mike Bazemore (Sam Houston State ’82) Assistant A.D.s Media Relations: ....................................Mike Robles (Cal Poly ’88) Football Ops & Event Mgmt: ....................Josh Flushman (UC Davis ’00) Marketing & Promotions: . .......................Scott Brayton (UC Davis ‘94) Compliance: . .........................................Jennifer Cardone (Adelphi ‘90) Development: ........................................Mike Angius (UC Davis ‘77) Faculty Athletic Rep..............................Dr. Catherine VandeVoort (Iowa State ’72) Head Athletic Trainer............................Jeff Hogan (UC Davis ’81) Director of Academic Services..............Michelle Roppeau (Carleton)

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Head Coach ...........................................Karen Yoder (Cal State Hayward ’96) Office .....................................................183 Hickey Gym. ................................................................One Shields Avenue. ................................................................Davis, CA 95616 Email ......................................................klyoder@ucdavis.edu Phone .....................................................(530) 979-1965 UC Davis Career Record ......................125-210-1 (6 years) NFCA Career Record (All College)........316-363-3 (13 years) NCAA Career Record (Four-Year) .......271-323-3 (11 years) Assistant Coach.....................................Alicia Hollowell, 2nd Year (Arizona ’06) Email ......................................................akhollowell@ucdavis.edu Assistant Coach.....................................Dominique Lastrapes, 3rd Year (Washington ’07) Email ......................................................dlastrapes@ucdavis.edu Volunteer Assistant...............................Jessi Gibson, 1st Year 2010 Record .........................................26-29, 15-6 (T1st in Best West Conference) Letterwinners Ret./Lost .....................12/4 Starters Ret./Lost ...............................7/2 Starting Pitchers Ret./Lost ................1/1 Media Relations Contact .....................Ryan Burns Email ......................................................rsburns@ucdavis.edu Media Relations Phone . ......................(530) 752-3505 Aggies on the Web ...............................http://www.ucdavisaggies.com



Coaching Staff

KAREN YODER Head Coach 7th Year Cal State Hayward ’96

Bringing coaching experience from all levels of collegiate softball, Karen Yoder enters her seventh year as head coach at UC Davis. During her tenure, she has been instrumental in guiding the program through its transition from Division II to a member of Division I and the Big West Conference. Along the way, she has continued the program’s longstanding commitment to both academic and athletic excellence. In 2010, Yoder brought UC Davis to another milestone when the Aggies qualified for the NCAA Stanford Regional – the program’s first Division I postseason appearance. For her part, the 2010 season included two personal milestones. Yoder claimed her 100th UC Davis victory during the opening week, then picked up her 300th collegiate win on March 26 against Sacramento State. Yoder also kept busy off the field in 2010, being chosen as the NFCA’s All-America Committee chairperson and serving a second term as that organization’s Pacific Region representative. Along with these positions, she was elected as a member of the NFCA Ethics Committee. Meanwhile, back at UC Davis she served as the head coach representative for the university’s Title IX Athletic Administrative Advisory Committee. Yoder previously earned a spot with the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy in 2008. In 2007, just her third year with the Aggies and the final year of the school’s transition to Division I, she guided the team to a 31-27-1 record. That record represented a 16-win improvement from the previous season. The 2007 season also included a perfect record at the National Invitation Softball Tournament in Sunnyvale, Calif. A year later, the Aggies set a new school record with 60 stolen bases while finishing second in the Big West in strikeouts. The pitching staff was equally successful a year later, compiling the second-best ERA in the conference. It also once again ranked second in strikeouts. In all, Yoder has 316 career victories, picking up her 200th win early in the 2006 season. For reaching that milestone, she was honored by the Easton Victory Club at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Convention in December 2007. The team’s success on and off the field has resulted in several individual accomplishments in Yoder’s first five seasons. Prior to the Aggies move to the Big West, six players were named Division I Independent First Team All-Conference. In 2008, Jessica Hancock was named Big West First Team All-Conference while two additional Aggies received honorable mention. Last year, Big West postseason honors for the Aggies included the top freshman field player, a first-team selection and four with honorable mention. Off the field, multiple Aggies have been honor with either ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District or Big West All-Academic. Yoder came to UC Davis from Napa Valley College, where she served as head coach during the 2003 and 2004 seasons, compiling a 45-40 mark. She led Napa to the Bay Valley Conference title in her first season,



earning BVC Coach of the Year honors. In 2004, Yoder guided the Storm to a runner-up finish in the league’s West Division. Prior to her stint at NVC, she served as head coach at North Carolina Greensboro where she guided the Spartans to a 31-27 mark in 2001 and a 35-30-1 finish in 2002. Yoder held her first head coaching position at Cal State Hayward (now known as Cal State East Bay), where she guided the Pioneers to an overall record of 80-56-1 in three years. She twice won Cal Pac Conference Coach of the Year accolades, posting a combined league record of 32-3 during 1999 and 2000. Yoder had served as an assistant coach at Hayward for two years. As a collegiate player, Yoder lettered three years as a catcher and designated player at New Mexico from 1991 to 1994. She previously played at West Valley College, where she was selected as NorCal Catcher of the Year in 1990. She won All-America honors as a catcher the following year at the ASA national tournament. After her collegiate career, Yoder played two years in the Women’s Professional Fastpich League as a member of the Georgia Pride and the Durham Dragons. In fact, she was a teammate of UC Davis All-American Trisha Reinhardt (Hayes). Yoder earned her B.S. in kinesiology/physical education from Cal State Hayward in 1996 and added a master’s degree in that field in 1999. She served as an instructor both at Hayward and at Napa Valley College. Yoder and her husband, Shawn, have three children – Jenna, Michael and Natalee.

YODER COACHING RECORD UC DAVIS (2005-PRESENT) Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Totals (6 years) NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE Totals (2 years)

W 26 22 24 31 15 7 125

L 29 32 36 27 39 47 210

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

Pct. .473 .407 .400 .534 .278 .130 .374

45

40

0

.529

UNC GREENSBORO Totals (2 years)

66

57

1

.536

CAL STATE HAYWARD Totals (3 years)

80

56

1

.588

NCAA TOTAL (11 years) NFCA TOTAL (13 years)

271 316

323 363

3 3

.456 .466

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Coaching Staff

ALICIA HOLLOWELL

DOMINIQUE LASTRAPES

Assistant Coach Recruiting Coordinator 2nd Year Arizona ’06

Assistant Coach 3rd Year Washington ’07

Alicia Hollowell joined the UC Davis softball staff in August 2009. She brings a wealth of experience to the team as a former member of the USA Softball National Team. She also played a pivotal role in leading Arizona to the 2006 national championship and ranks as one of the top pitchers in NCAA history. Hollowell served as an alternate for the 2008 National Team, touring and training internationally in the months leading up to the 2008 Olympic Games. In the two years prior to that, she took part in international competition throughout the year as part of the National Team’s preparation. In 2007, Hollowell was a gold medalist at the Pan American Games as well as a World Cup Champion for the second straight year. She was also an Elite Team member for two years. Hollowell’s efforts with the National Team also coincided with a stellar collegiate career at Arizona. She capped it off by leading the Wildcats to the 2006 National Championship. She was named Most Outstanding Player of the 2006 Women’s College World Series after setting NCAA records with six complete-games and 64 strikeouts at the WCWS. As a Wildcat, Hollowell was twice named First-Team All-America and garnered two additional Second-Team All-America nods. She was twice a top-three finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award and was a four-time All-Pac-10 selection. Entering the 2009 season, Hollowell ranked 5th all-time in NCAA Division I history with 1,768 career strikeouts. She was also 7th with a .862 winning percentage. Her four-year record was 144-23. Nearly half of her victories (81) were shutouts. As a freshman, she tied for first nationally with 40 victories. In late 2009, Hollowell was named the State Player of the Decade for softball by CalHiSports.com. The honor came after her record-shattering prep career for Fairfield High School. Hollowell spent the 2007 season as an undergraduate assistant coach at Arizona. She has also been a member of the NPF’s Akron Racers.

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Dominique Lastrapes joined the UC Davis softball staff as an assistant coach in June 2008. Lastrapes served as Washington’s director of operations for the 2008 season following a four-year career with the Huskies. As a player, she helped guide the team to the NCAA Tournament in each of her four years, including two appearances in the Women’s College World Series. The Huskies averaged 38 wins per season while Lastrapes was in uniform. In all, she batted .342 for her career while starting 232 games while receiving Pac-10 postseason honors all four years. In addition, Lastrapes was a two-time All-American while starting 232 games for the Huskies. Off the field, she was named to the Dean’s List as a sophomore and senior. Lastrapes coaching experience includes assisting the Washington Lady Hawks 18 Gold (2007-08) and the 14U Corona Angels in the summer of 2005. She also has been a camp instructor for both Washington and UCLA.

JESSI GIBSON Volunteer Assistant 1st Year Chattanooga State ’05

Gibson joins the UC Davis softball staff for her first season a volunteer assistant coach. Gibson started her collegiate career at Chattanooga State Technical Community College in 2004-2005 as a catcher. She let the team with 26 home runs and 90 RBIs. She also achieved a batting average of .413 and a slugging percentage of .916. Gibson was named a TJCAA All-Academic Athlete as well as an NJCAA All-American catcher. After one season at CSTCC, she transferred to the University of Georgia. Due to a pre-existing medical condition, she decided to focus on her health and family. Gibson medicated out from softball in 2006. While taking a three year hiatus from the sport, Gibson has been traveling alongside her husband, Mike, and his professional football career with the Seattle Seahawks. During the football offseason, she provided catching and batting lessons to local girls in her hometown of Napa, Calif. Gibson has over six years of coaching experience at many different levels, and wishes to continue her passion of coaching softball with the Aggies for many years.



Aggie Profiles

BIANCA CASTILLO

JESSICA GONZALEZ

Utility • Sr. Bats/Throws: R-R Bakersfield, Calif. North HS ’07

Infielder • Sr. Bats/Throws: R-R Cameron Park, Calif. Ponderosa HS ’07

11

15

2010: Appeared in 36 games and started six games as a junior... Mainly served as a pinch hitter, tallying eight hits and three RBI... Finished with a .222 batting average, .278 slugging percentage and .317 on-base percentage... Tallied 30 putouts in the field, playing third base and in the outfield... Had two hits and a double vs. Santa Clara (3/11)... Won third-team Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Award. 2009: Saw action in 37 games and started 17... Batted .225 (16-for71) with one homer and 3 RBIs... Of her 17 starts, 12 came as a DP with the remaining 5 in the outfield... Had a four-game hitting streak from April 10 through April 18 in which she batted 5-for-10 (.500) with 2 RBIs... Lone homer of the year came at UC Riverside (4/18) in the first game of a doubleheader... Other RBIs (one each) came against Fresno State (3/24) and Cal State Fullerton (4/10)... Batted .265 in Big West games... Earned Big West Academic All-Conference. 2008: Played in 33 games, starting 13... Batted 6-for-42 (.143), tallying three extra-base hits for .310 slugging average... Had all of her hits in a five-game stretch in April, hitting 6-for-14 in series against Pacific and Cal State Fullerton (4/5 to 4/12)... First collegiate homer came in 2nd inning vs. Pacific (4/5). NORTH HS ’07: Named team MVP in softball, volleyball and basketball... Earned All-Central Section and All-Southwest Yosemite League honors as a senior... Batted .491 with 35 RBIs and 39 runs in 35 games that year... Hit .439 with 34 runs and 30 RBIs as a junior, helping team capture section championship... Also earned All-SWL honors in basketball, averaging 16.1 ppg with 120 steals in 2006-07... Graduated among top 10 percent of her class... California Scholastic Federation Lifetime Member. PERSONAL: Born in Bakersfield, Calif.... Majoring in art studio... Parents are Sergio & Esther Castillo... Says few people know she’s a twin (brother, Sergio, atttends Bakersfield College)... Career highlight was hitting three homers during Firecrackers tournament in Colorado. Year Avg. G AB 2008 .143 33 42 2009 .225 37 71 2010 .222 32 36 Career .201 102 149



R 4 5 1 10

H 6 16 8 30

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 2 6 4 0 1 3 2 0 0 3 7 0 3 12

TB 13 23 10 46

BB SO SB 3 8 0 4 8 0 4 10 0 11 26 1

2010: Played and started in all 55 games, splitting time between second and third base... Finished fourth on the team with a .266 batting average and first with a .420 on base percentage... Led the team in sacrifice hits (10) and hit by pitches (22)... Tallied 37 hits, 13 runs scored and a team best 23 RBI... Also recorded four doubles, one triple, one home run and 46 total bases... Finished in the top ten in several Big West offensive categories, including HBP (1st), sacrifice bunts (3rd), on base percentage (6th) and total plate appearances (T-8th)... Hit .463 (19-for41) with runners in scoring position... Delivered walk-off RBI single in 8th inning vs. Santa Clara (3/11). 2009: One of two Aggies to start all 54 games... Batted .200 (17for-85) with a double and 10 RBIs... All but one of her starts came at third base... Committed just 6 errors in 158 chances on the left side of the infield for a .962 fielding percentage... Had a double and 4 RBIs at Saint Mary’s (2/21)... Followed that up with a 2-for-3 effort against Santa Clara four days later... Had a sacrifice fly and 2 RBIs against Vermont (3/14)... Went 4-for-9 over a three-game stretch in mid-March, which included going 2-for-3 with an RBI at Cal State Bakersfield (3/23)... Batted 2-for-3 against Cal Poly (4/25)... Finished season with 5 sacrifices and 4 stolen bases. 2008: Appeared in 30 games, starting 16 (split evenly between second and short)... Batted .294 (10-for-34) with 8 runs and 3 doubles... Also drew 3 walks and 8 HBPs for .467 on-base average... Enjoyed strong finish, hitting 9-for-21 with all 3 doubles in final 10 games. PONDEROSA HS ’07: Captured All-Sierra Valley Conference for four straight years... Helped team advance to Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title game as a senior... Hit 3-for-3 in the championship game... Batted .329 with .393 on-base average that year, winning team’s Impact Award... Four-year honor roll member... Played ASA ball for California Breeze (Sacramento) from 1999-2007. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Mike & Susan Gonzalez. Year Avg. G AB 2008 .294 30 34 2009 .200 54 85 2010 .266 55 139 Career .248 139 258

R 8 5 13 26

H 10 17 37 64

2B 3B HR RBI 3 0 0 3 1 0 0 10 4 1 1 23 8 1 4 36

TB 13 18 46 77

BB 3 3 15 21

SO SB 5 1 10 4 18 3 33 8

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Aggie Profiles win over UC Santa Barbara (4/26)... Hurled 3.0 shutout innings in save vs. Utah (3/7)... Fanned season-high 9 batters in 2-hitter vs. Santa Clara (3/4)... First collegiate HR was two-run shot vs. St. John’s (2/29). JSERRA CATHOLIC HS ’07: Compiled 70-29 career record and 804 strikeouts in four years... Twice earned All-Southern Section firstteam honors... Batted .500 every year, including .536 as a sophomore... Also compiled 0.18 ERA in 2005, earning first of two Athlete of the Year awards... Played ASA ball for So Cal Explosion in Cypress, Calif. PERSONAL: Born in Orange County... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Scott & Maryanne Holmes... Career highlight was placing 2nd at state championship... Says most people don’t know she also played basketball and volleyball in high school.

ALEX HOLMES Pitcher/Designated Player • Sr. Bats/Throws: L-L San Juan Capistrano, Calif. JSerra Catholic HS ’07

21 2010: LOUISVILLE SLUGGER/NFCA ALL-PACIFIC REGION SECOND TEAM... BIG WEST CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR... ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (P and DP)... Started in all 55 games as a hitter... Led Aggies in batting (.345) and hits (59)... Recorded a .415 slugging percentage and a .396 on base percentage, drawing 15 walks on the season... Also recorded 19 runs scored, 22 RBI, seven doubles, one triple and one home run... Had 19 multi-hit games... Averages increased to .477/.615/.527 in conference, helped by 10-game hitting streak in May during which she hit 20-for-36 (.556)... Finished in the top 10 in the Big West in batting average (5th), hits (t3rd), total bases (t8th) and at bats (t2nd)... Drove in three runs vs. Cal State Northridge (4/3), UC Riverside (5/1) and Cal Poly (5/9)... As a pitcher, appeared in 42 games and started 22, logging 177.0 innings pitched... Finished 16-1 with a 3.01 ERA and two saves, improving to 9-1 and .210 against Big West opponents... Tallied 143 strikeouts while surrendering just 68 walks... Had one shutout and 12 complete games on the season... Hurled a shutout in a 10-0 win vs. Cal Poly (5/9)... Named both Big West Player of the Week and Pitcher of the Week (5/10)... Threw complete-game win vs. Indiana (3/6), striking out a season-high 11. 2009: ALL BIG-WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (DP)... ALL-BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION (P)... A top threat for the team both in the circle and at the plate... Appeared in 41 games with 35 starts as a hitter... Finished second on the team with a .275 average (30-for-109)... Hit one home run to go along with 19 RBIs, 6 doubles and 2 triples... Only homer of the year came in opener against Liberty (2/7)... Drove in 2 runs against Santa Clara (2/25), San Diego (2/28), Long Beach State (3/28) and Cal State Northridge (5/8)... Started 20 games with 35 appearances in the circle... Led team with 1.83 ERA... Named Big West Co-Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 9... Posted 3 shutouts and combined to secure 3 more... Struck out 11 in each of first two starts of the season while allowing no runs in 13 innings... Finished fourth in the Big West in ERA. 2008: Pitched in 31 games, starting 23... Finished with 7-14 record and 4.37 ERA in 139.1 innings... Also had 23 complete games and two saves... Added 8-for-45 (.178) batting with a double and home run... Earned Big West Conference Pitcher of the Week after complete-game Year Avg. G 2008 .178 19 2009 .275 41 2010 .345 55 Career .298 115 Year W-L 2008 7-14 2009 9-18 2010 16-11 Career 32-43

AB 45 109 171 325

R 6 5 19 30

S ERA G-GS 2 4.37 31-23 1 1.83 35-20 2 3.01 42-22 5 2.99 108-65

H 8 30 59 97

2B 3B HR RBI TB 1 0 1 5 12 6 2 1 19 43 7 1 1 22 71 14 3 3 46 126

CG SH IP 15 0 139.1 13 3 168.0 12 1 177.0 40 4 484.1

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BB 2 6 15 23

La Rue Field Home of Aggie softball In recent years, UC Davis has added several upgrades to its newly refurbished softball facility, located on campus at the corner of La Rue Road and Russell Blvd. In January 1999, La Rue Field was recognized as the “Softball Field of the Year” by the Sports Turf Managers Association. Augmenting what was already considered one of the best playing fields in the region, grandstands, dugouts and permanent stadium fencing have been added, as well as new batting cages and storage facilities prior to the 1998 season. In 2009, a new scoreboard was installed. Future plans call for such amenities as concessions, a new seating configuration and permanent restroom/locker facilities. Previous work and upgrades resulted in the Aggies being selected to host six NCAA Division II West Region Tournaments from 1994 through 2002, one of few schools in the nation to have such an honor.

SO SB 15 1 22 0 15 3 52 4

H R ER BB 179 117 87 52 155 58 44 48 192 104 76 68 526 279 207 168

SO 89 108 143 340



Aggie Profiles

KYLIE FAN

KELLY HARMAN

Utility • Jr. Bats/Throws: R-R San Ramon, Calif. California HS ’07

Infielder • Jr. Bats/Throws: R-R Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Santa Margarita Catholic HS ’08

7

10

2010: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Started 37 of 46 games played... Ranked 3rd on team in batting at .330 (34-for-103)... Also ranked 2nd in on-base percentage (.415), 3rd in slugging (.369)... Scored 12 runs with 16 RBIs... Enjoyed 9 multi-hit games... Struck out just 10 times... Hit safely in six straight games (4/185/1), then tallied three consecutive 2-hit games a week later vs. Cal Poly and UC Santa Barbara (5/8-5/14)... Hit 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI vs. Sacramento State (3/26)... Recorded 2 outfield assists, including an inning-ending double play in NCAA Regional vs. Texas Tech (5/22). 2009: Appeared in 31 games, all in a reserve role... Primarily used as a pinch runner... Scored 7 runs and stole 2 bases while going 1-for-5 from the plate. CALIFORNIA HS ’07: Three-year letterwinner in softball, basketball and water polo... Twice earned first-team All-East Bay League honors... Batted .364 and led EBL with .545 slugging average as a senior... Selected as school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2007... Teammate of current Aggie Sarah Axelson on Valley Stompers ASA team. PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Exercise biology major... Parents are George & Sandy Fan, whom she lists as non-sports heroes. Year Avg. 2009 .200 2010 .330 Career .324

G AB 31 5 46 103 77 108

R 7 12 19

H 1 34 35

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 16 4 0 0 16

TB 1 38 39

BB SO SB 0 2 2 15 10 1 15 12 3

Double Trouble UC Davis players amassed a total of 80 multi-hit and 34-multi-RBI games during the 2010 season. Alex Holmes was the leader in each category, while Sarah Axelson was the only Aggie to enjoy a 5-hit performance (vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2/13). MULTI-HIT GAME LEADERS Alex Holmes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Elizabeth Santana. . . . . . . . . . . 14 Kylie Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Jessica Gonzalez. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Megan Guzman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Heather Zimmerman . . . . . . . . . . 5 Marissa Araujo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Rachel Miller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Kelly Harman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sarah Axelson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Michelle Espiritu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80



MULTI-RBI GAME LEADERS Alex Holmes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Sarah Axelson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Elizabeth Santana . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Kylie Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Jessica Gonzalez. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Heather Zimmerman . . . . . . . . . . 3 Marissa Araujo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Rachel Miller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

2010: Started and played in 34 games, splitting time between shortstop and second... Missed more than 20 games (including all of March) due to injury... Batted .235 (19-for-81) with 15 runs and 9 RBIs... Improved to .300 (15-for-50) in Big West Conference action... Went 3-for-3 a double, 2 RBIs and her season’s only homer vs. UC Riverside (5/2)... Tagged Cal Poly for three hits a week later (5/8)... Did not commit an error in 72 chances (20 games) at second. 2009: BIG WEST CONFERENCE FRESHMAN FIELD PLAYER OF THE YEAR... ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Started 53 games, all at short... Led team in batting (.295), home runs (5), RBIs (23), total bases (67) and slugging (.429)...Named Big West Co-Player of the Week (2/16) after going 6-for-12 with 3 homers and 6 RBIs in four games... Posted 13 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI efforts, both team highs... Enjoyed a sizzling start, batting .419 through the first 11 games... Also hit three homersi in that stretch... Hit 2-for-3 with 2 homers and 3 RBIs in win over Hawaii (2/15)... Started six-game hitting streak with 2-for-4 effort against Cal State Fullerton (4/11)... Drove in 3 runs and scored 2 more to go along with a homer one week later at UC Riverside (4/18)... Had a two-run shot against Cal Poly (4/26)... Ended the year with two hits in each of the last two games of home series with Cal State Northridge... Also led Aggies with a .328 average in Big West games. SANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HS ’08: Earned second-team all-league honors as a senior (Trinity League) and sophomore (Serra League)... Selected to Orange County Coaches All-Star Classic as a senior... Voted as team’s Co-Offensive Player of the Year in 2005... Fouryear Honor Roll member... Played summer ball for California Cruisers Gold, helping team to a 9th-place finish at 2005 ASA Nationals. PERSONAL: Born in Mission Viejo, Calif.... Exercise biology major, hopes for career in physical therapy... Parents are Phil & Mary Beth Harman... Younger sister, Meghan, also is a softball standout at SMCHS... Career highlights were walk-off homers at the 16U Nationals and Colorado Showcase... Says few people realize she had surgery three times before the age of 12. Year Avg. 2009 .295 2010 .235 Career .274

G AB 53 156 34 81 87 237

R 22 15 37

H 46 19 65

2B 3B HR RBI 6 0 5 23 3 0 1 9 9 0 6 32

TB 67 25 92

BB SO SB 7 29 1 6 8 2 13 37 3

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RACHEL MILLER

HEATHER ZIMMERMAN

Catcher • Jr. Bats/Throws: R-R Costa Mesa, Calif. Edison HS ’08

Outfielder • Jr. Bats/Throws: R-R Santa Clarita, Calif. Hart HS ’08

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2010: Appeared in 40 games, starting 25 at catcher... Batted .250 (19-for-76) with 2 doubles and a homer... Scored 5 runs and 9 RBIs... Slugged .312 with .337 on-base average... Hit 2-for-9 as a pinch hitter... Collected 2 hits, 2 RBIs with a homer and stolen base vs. Cal State Bakersfield (2/13)... Also had 2 hits, 2 RBIs vs. Iona (3/15). 2009: Started all 51 games she appeared in... Batted .233 (31-for-133) with 3 homers and 15 RBIs... Tied for second on the team with 8 doubles and scored 9 runs... One of the top catchers in the Big West by gunning down 12 of 39 would-be base stealers... Also picked off three runners... Opened career with 2-for-4 effort against Liberty (2/7)... Hit two-run homer in second game in 2-1 win against Fordham (2/7)... Had a total of 8 games with at least two hits... Hit two homers in three-game stretch beginning with Sacramento State (3/13) and ending with Colorado State (3/14)... Had three two-hit games in four-game stretch in mid-March... Went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs in upset win over Nevada (4/8)... Tied for team lead with 7 sacrifices... Hit by pitch 6 times. EDISON HS ’08: Earned first-team All-Sunset League honors as a junior and senior, including league MVP accolades in 2008... Selected as school’s Athlete of the Year as a senior... Three-time Scholar-Athlete honoree and Golden Key Honor Society member... Also lettered one year in golf (2006-07)... Played club ball for 18U Gold Firecrackers (Seal Beach, Calif.)... Helped team to 16th-place showing at 2007 Gold Nationals in Oklahoma City, Okla. PERSONAL: Born in Huntington Beach, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences... Parents are Chris and Jeanne Miller... Chris was a golfer at Long Beach State... Identical twin Danielle is a student at Notre Dame. Year Avg. 2009 .233 2010 .250 Career .239

G AB 51 133 40 76 91 209

R 9 5 14

H 31 19 50

2B 3B HR RBI 8 1 3 15 2 0 1 9 10 1 4 24

MEGAN HUNT Team Manager 1st Year Calistoga HS ’10

TB 50 24 74

BB 3 8 11

SO SB 17 1 13 1 30 2

2010: Played in 38 games, starting 25... Batted .213 (17-for-80) but slugged .350 behind 5 doubles and 2 home runs... Scored 8 runs with 10 more batted in... Also swiped 2 bags... Came off the bench to smack 3-run homer vs. Florida (3/7)... Hit 7 of 17 in five-game stretch from 5/1-5/8, posting two of her five total multi-hit games. 2009: Appeared in 10 games with 2 starts... Drew a walk and also was hit by a pitch once... Both starts came as catcher in doubleheader against Cal State Northridge (5/8) in season-ending series. HART HS ’08: Garnered second-team All-Santa Clarita Valley and All-Foothill League as a sophomore and senior... Named to Los Angeles Daily News All-Star team... Launched 8 homers with 32 RBI in 30 games, helping Indians to 25-5 record and Southern Section playoff berth in 2008... Played ASA ball for SoCal Choppers (Valencia), helping team place 3rd at nationals. PERSONAL: Born in Panorama City, Calif.... Majoring in animal science, with hopes of becoming a veterinarian... Parents are Joe & Catherine Zimmerman... Sports hero is Darin Erstad, non-sports hero is her grandmother. Year Avg. 2009 .000 2010 .213 Career .198

G AB 10 6 38 80 48 86

R 0 8 8

H 0 17 17

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 10 5 0 2 10

TB 0 28 28

BB SO SB 1 3 0 2 13 2 3 16 2

Aggie Numerical 2 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 31

Desiree CHAVEZ Felicia BALDWIN Elizabeth SANTANA Chandler WAGNER Kylie FAN Amy NUNEZ Kelly HARMAN Bianca CASTILLO Kasie COCHRAN Mariah BAGSIC Megan GUZMAN Jessica GONZALEZ Allison SMITH Rachel MILLER Heather ZIMMERMAN Kelly SCHULZE Alex HOLMES Jessica THWEATT JJ WAGONER

OF UTL INF INF UT INF INF UTL UTL UTL OF INF OF C OF C LHP/DP RHP C/OF

Detailed roster on page 12.

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Aggie Profiles ETIWANDA HS ’09: Helped lead team to 29-2 record and a Southern Section Championship as a senior... Team won back-to-back league titles her junior and senior seasons... A four-time first-team All-Baseline League selection... .Was the Baseline batting champion as a junior with a .565 average and received co-MVP honors in the league... Also received MVP honor as a senior... Four-time Scholar-Athlete... Club team, the So Cal Explosion Gold, placed fourth at nationals in 2008. PERSONAL: Born in Hollywood, Calif.... Majoring in chemistry... Parents are Alexandra and Eduardo Santana... Proudest personal accomplishment is receiving a scholarship to the school of her choice.

MEGAN GUZMAN Outfielder • So. Bats/Throws: L-R Long Beach, Calif. Wilson HS ’09

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Year 2010

2010: Played in 45 games, starting 39, mostly in center field... Batted .245 (26-for-106) with 18 runs scored... Stole 8 bases on 9 attempts... Went 3-for-5 with 4 runs and 2 bags vs. Cal State Bakersfield (2/13), one of seven multi-hit games... Collected 3 hits and 2 steals vs. Iona (3/15)... Committed no errors in 54 chances, including 4 outfield assists. WOODROW WILSON HS ’09: Selected as Moore League coMVP, collecting 45 hits and batting .446... Team MVP as a junior, batting .412 with 14 stolen bases... Three-time All-Moore League honoree, including two first-team selections... Twice made Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team... Helped lead Bruins to Southern Section playoffs in 2008... Distinguished Scholar selection all four years. PERSONAL: Born in Long Beach, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences, with hopes for career in physical therapy... Parents are Krista Arce and Luis Guzman... Event in history she wishes should could have attended was President Obama’s inauguration. Year 2010

Avg. .245

G AB 45 106

R 18

H 26

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 6

TB 27

BB SO SB 1 19 8

ELIZABETH SANTANA Infielder • Fr. Bats/Throws: R-R Fontana, Calif. Etiwanda HS ’09

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G AB 55 164

R 31

H 56

2B 3B HR RBI 13 3 2 19

TB 81

BB SO SB 16 17 0

KELLY SCHULZE Catcher • So. Bats/Throws: R-R Pacifica, Calif. Terra Nova HS ’09

20 2010: Saw action in 11 games, including one start... Hit 0-for-8 for the year but scored 2 runs, having reached on a walk and 2 HBP... Credited with a sacrifice hit and HBP in lone start at California (3/14). TERRA NOVA HS ’09: A two-time Peninsula Athletic League MVP and three-time first-team All-League selection... Batted .648 as a junior while leading her team to a 22-4 record... Also earned first-team AllPAL accolades in volleyball and was named most improved as a part of the soccer program... Selected to the Honor Roll four straight years... One of two seniors to receive National Guard Senior award... Helped lead Sorcerer Gold ASA team to 2009 18 Gold national championship. PERSONAL: Born in San Mateo, Calif.... Majoring in neurobiology, physiology & behavior... Parents are Joan & John Schulze... If she could change one thing about the sport, she would change direction you run around the bases so she could be a right-handed slap hitter... Event in history she wishes she could have witnessed was the Boston Tea Party. Year 2010

2010: BIG WEST CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR... ALLBIG WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (SS)... Started all 55 games, moving from second to shortstop during third week of season... Batted .341 (56-for-164) with 2 homers and 19 RBIs... Led Aggies in runs (31), doubles (13) and triples (2)... Ranked 6th in Big West in batting, 7th in slugging (.494)... Won conference doubles title... Hit .448 with .627 slugging and .519 OBA in Big West games... Enjoyed 14 multi-hit games, including 4-hit performances vs. Santa Clara (3/11) and Cal State Fullerton (4/24)... Tallied 6 total hits in doubleheader vs. SCU (3/11). Batted safetly in 10 straight games (4/24-5/9), hitting .588 (20-for-34) and earning Big West Player of the Week honors in that stretch... Launched first collegiate homer to lead off 3rd inning vs. Hawai’i (2/26).

Avg. .341

Avg. .000

G AB 11 8

R 2

H 0

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0

TB 0

BB SO SB 1 4 0

Pronunciations Mariah BAGSIC: “BAG-sick” Dominique LASTRAPES: “la-STRAPS” Kelly SCHULZE: like “Schultz” Jessica THWEATT: “thweet”

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JESSICA THWEATT

JJ WAGONER

Pitcher • So. Bats/Throws: R-R Sacramento, Calif. Inderkum HS ’09

Catcher/Outfielder • So. Bats/Throws: R-R Napa, Calif. Napa HS ’09

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31

2010: Made 6 pitching appearances for 5.1 innings... Surrendered 12 hits and 11 earned runs... Made lone start vs. Cal State Bakersfield (2/13)... Did not allow a run in 1.0-inning relief appearances at Stanford (4/6) and UC Santa Barbara (5/14)... Appeared in lineup three times (as a DP) but never batted. INDERKUM HS ’09: Four-time All-Tri-County Conference honoree, including MVP as a senior... Key stats: 0.49 ERA with 230 strikeouts in 2007, 0.38 and 226 in 2008, 0.49 in 230 as a senior... Twice named team defensive MVP... Selected as school’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2008-09... Helped propel Tigers to four straight Sac-Joaquin Section playoff berths. PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Stephen Thweatt & Marian Kubiak... Marian attended UC Davis as part of three generations of Aggies... Lists her parents as her non-sports heroes. Year 2010 Year 2010

Avg. —

G AB 3 0

W-L S ERA 0-0 0 14.44

R 0

H 0

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0

G-GS CG SH 6-1 0 0

IP 5.1

H 12

TB 0 R 11

BB SO SB 0 0 0 ER 11

2010: Appeared in 50 games, starting 42... Moved from outfield to catcher in mid-March... Batted 6-for-60 (.100) with 8 runs scored and 3 stolen bases... Hit 1-for-2 with lone RBI at Cal State Northridge (4/2). NAPA HS ’09: Made All-Monticello Empire League first team for three straight years after receiving honorable mention as a freshman... Batted career-high .430 as a sophomore, earning All-Napa County Player of the Year distinction... Helped lead team to 63 wins and two MEL titles... Indians advanced to Sac-Joaquin Section quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008... Also earned second-team all-county and All-MEL honorable mention as a senior in volleyball. PERSONAL: Born in Vallejo, Calif.... Majoring in viticulture & enology... Parents are Mendi & Jack Wagoner... Career highlight was laying down a surprise bunt to drive in winning run vs. archrival Vintage HS. Year 2010

Avg. .100

G AB 50 60

R 8

H 6

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1

TB 6

BB SO SB 2 9 3

BB SO 6 4

As part of its commitment to involvement to the community, UC Davis softball conducted a free youth clinic in November 2010. For more Aggie volunteer efforts, see, page 13.

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Aggie Profiles

ALLISON SMITH

FELICIA BALDWIN

Outfielder • Jr. Bats/Throws: R-R Visalia, Calif. Cal Baptist/Golden West HS ’08

Utility • Fr. Bats/Throws: R-R Mountain View, Calif. Mountain View HS ’10

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CAL BAPTIST: Played 2009 season only... Batted 4-for-14 (.286) with 10 runs and 7 RBIs, helping Lancers post 61-5 record and capture NAIA team title. GOLDEN WEST HS ’08: Batted .327 with team-best 23 RBIs, earning prep All-America honors... Voted Most Improved as a freshman... Also voted team MVP in basketball, making several all-tournament squads... Played club ball for San Diego Power Surge, helping team capture 18-and-under title at AFA Western Nationals in 2009. PERSONAL: Born in Tarzana, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Rusty & Susan Smith... Parents are Rusty & Susan Smith... Rusty serves as head basketball coach at College of the Sequoias.

MOUNTAIN VIEW HS ’10: Earned All-Santa Clara Valley Athletic Legaue honors for three straight seasons, including first-team acclaim as a sophomore and senior... Batted .341 with 15 runs and 17 RBIs in 2010, helping team to De Anza Division title... Hit .338 with team-high 23 RBIs in 2008... Also lettered in soccer for MVHS... Played summer ball for San Jose Sting. PERSONAL: Born in Santa Clara, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Larry & Marichu Baldwin... Proudest personal accomplishment was recovering from ACL injury (sidelining her during 2009) to become a recruited athlete.

MARIAH BAGSIC Utility • Fr. Bats/Throws: L-R San Diego, Calif. Westview HS ’10

3 WESTVIEW HS ’10: Enjoyed her best season as a junior, earning All-Valley League first-team accolades... Batted .429 with 21 runs scored... Slugged .619 with .484 on-base average... Hit .337 with 20 runs scored in 2008... Selected as team’s Defensive MVP as a sophomore... Added all-league honorable mention as a senior... Played summer ball for San Diego Legacy. PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences, with hopes of becoming a pediatrician... Parents are Cesar & Lilia Bagsic... Career highlight was beating high school rival Mt. Carmel on Senior Day.

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Amy Rosson (center) with high school pitching coach and CAAHOF inductee Julie Astrachan (left), and former UC Davis softball coach Kathy DeYoung.

Amy Rosson, Hall of Famer Perhaps best known for two dominating performances at the 2003 NCAA Championship, UC Davis pitching great Amy Rosson entered the Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame in June 2010. Ro sson ranks among all-time Aggie leaders in nearly every pitching category, finishing with an 82-26 record, a 0.87 ERA and 754 strikeouts in 420.1 innings. She won All-America honors from four different organizations in 2003, the year she helped boost UC Davis to the Division II team title.

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DESIREE CHAVEZ

AMY NUNEZ

Outfielder • Fr. Bats/Throws: L-R Indio, Calif. Indio HS ’10

Infielder • Fr. Bats/Throws: R-R Huntington Beach, Calif. Mater Dei HS ’10

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INDIO HS ’10: Selected to All-Desert Valley League first team for four straight seasons... Three-time All-Southern Section honoree... Key stats: batted .505 with team-best 35 runs as a senior, .471 with 35 runs and 13 extra-base hits as a junior, .500 with 31 runs as a sophomore... Also led DVL in stolen bases in both 2009 and 2010... Equally effective on the mound, compiling 47-14 record, 0.80 ERA and 546 strikeouts in 377.1 innings during final three seasons... Four-time team MVP and Athlete of the Year... Played summer ball for Jets/18 Gold (Long Beach, Calif.). PERSONAL: Born in Indio, Calif.... Majoring in political sciencepublic service... Parents are Randy & Mary Ann Chavez... Career highlight was leading club team to 5th-place finish at 16U Nationals.

MATER DEI HS ’10: Three-time All-Trinity League selection, including first-team honors as a senior... Added second-team AllSouthern Section accolades in 2010... Batted .429 with .558 slugging average and 24 RBIs that year... Chosen both as school’s Female Athlete of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Helped Monarchs post 24-3 overall record and CIF-SS postseason berth in 2010... Played travel ball for Mizuno Pride (Torrance, Calif.). PERSONAL: Born in Long Beach, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences... Daughter of Michael & Kari Nunez... Career highlight was beating Santiago HS at its own tournament (where she earned all-tourney honors).

KASIE COCHRAN

CHANDLER WAGNER

Utility • Fr. Bats/Throws: R-R Long Beach, Calif. Wilson HS ’10

Infielder • Fr. Bats/Throws: R-R Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Tesoro HS ’10

12 WOODROW WILSON HS ’10: Earned All-Moore League distinction in each of last two seasons, including first-team honors as a senior... Batted .314 with six doubles and 15 RBIs in 2010... Hit .329 with 16 runs and 16 RBIs the previous year... Helped Bruins post 19-9-1 record as a junior... Four-year Distinguished Scholar. PERSONAL: Born in Garden Grove, Calif.... Majoring in viticulture & enology... Parents are Danny & Patsy Cochran... Younger sister, Kori, also stars in softball... Career highlight was playing alongside Kori on the Wilson HS varsity team in 2010.

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6 TESORO HS ’10: Captured first-team All-South Coast League honors as a senior, batting .358 with nine doubles and .506 slugging average... Helped lead team to 27-4 record and Southern Section Division III crown in 2009... Selected to two Orange County all-star games... Won Coaches Award and U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete merit... Played club ball for SoCal Athletics, helping team finish 4th at 2009 ASA 18 Gold Nationals, then 2010 Premier Girls Fastpitch national title. PERSONAL: Born in Fresno, Calif.... Psychology major... Parents are Robert & Cynthia Wagner... Career highlight was being the starting shortstop for 2009 CIF-SS champs... Best athletes she has faced are members of the Japanese National Team in June 2010.

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2011 Roster PITCHERS (3) 12 Kasie COCHRAN

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

B-T

Hometown

Schools

Major

RHP

5-5

Fr.

R-R

Long Beach, Calif.

Wilson HS ’10

Viticulture & Enology

21 Alex HOLMES***

LHP/DP

5-9

Sr.

L-L

San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

JSerra Catholic HS ’07

Psychology

22 Jessica THWEATT*

RHP

5-6

So.

R-R

Sacramento, Calif.

Inderkum HS ’09

Psychology

CATCHERS (3)

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

B-T

Hometown

Schools

Major

17 Rachel MILLER**

C

5-10

Jr.

R-R

Costa Mesa, Calif.

Edison HS ’08

Biological Sciences

20 Kelly SCHULZE*

C/1B

5-10

So.

R-R

Pacifica, Calif.

Terra Nova HS ’09

Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior

31 JJ WAGONER*

C/OF

5-2

So.

R-R

Napa, Calif.

Napa HS ’09

Viticulture & Enology

INFIELDERS (8)

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

B-T

Hometown

Schools

Major

13 Mariah BAGSIC

UTL

5-3

Fr.

L-R

San Diego, Calif.

Westview HS ’10

Biologial Sciences

3

Felicia BALDWIN

UTL

5-4

Fr.

R-R

Mountain View, Calif.

Mountain View HS ’10

Psychology

11 Bianca CASTILLO***

UTL

5-4

Sr.

R-R

Bakersfield, Calif.

North HS ’07

Art Studio

15 Jessica GONZALEZ***

INF

5-2

Sr.

R-R

Cameron Park, Calif.

Ponderosa HS ’07

Psychology

10 Kelly HARMAN**

INF

5-11

Jr.

R-R

Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

Santa Margarita Catholic HS ’08

Exercise Biology

8

Amy NUNEZ

INF

5-8

Fr.

R-R

Huntington Beach, Calif.

Mater Dei HS ’10

Biological Sciences

4

Elizabeth SANTANA*

INF

5-3

So.

R-R

Fontana, Calif.

Etiwanda HS ’09

Chemistry

6

Chandler WAGNER

INF

5-3

Fr.

R-R

Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

Tesoro HS ’10

Psychology

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

B-T

Hometown

Schools

Major

OUTFIELDERS (5) 2

Desiree CHAVEZ

OF

5-2

Fr.

L-R

Indio, Calif.

Indio HS ’10

Political Science - Public Service

7

Kylie FAN**

UT

5-7

Jr.

R-R

San Ramon, Calif.

California HS ’07

Exercise Biology

14 Megan GUZMAN*

OF

5-7

So.

L-R

Long Beach, Calif.

Wilson HS ’09

Biological Sciences

16 Allison SMITH

OF

5-8

Jr.

R-R

Visalia, Calif.

Cal Baptist/Golden West HS ’08

Sociology

18 Heather ZIMMERMAN**

OF

5-6

Jr.

R-R

Santa Clarita, Calif.

Hart HS ’08

Animal Science

*denotes years lettered at UC Davis

Karen YODER Head Coach, 7th Year (Cal State Hayward ’96) Alicia HOLLOWELL Assistant Coach, 2nd Year (Arizona ’06) Dominique LASTRAPES Assistant Coach, 3rd Year (Washington ’07) Jessi GIBSON Volunteer Assistant Coach, 1st Year (Chattanooga State) Megan HUNT Team Manager, 1st Year

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Aggies in the Community Aggie softball players donated their time and efforts in their hometowns during the 2010 holiday season, volunteering for toy- and canned-food drives.

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2010 Game-by-Game Results Date Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 5 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Apr. 2 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 6 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 18 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 28 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 8 May 8 May 9 May 14 May 14 May 15 May 21 May 22

Opponent vs. Kent State (1) vs. Loyola Marymount (1) at UNLV (1) vs. Cal State Bakersfield (1) at UNLV (1) SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE vs. Portland State (2) at UCLA (2) vs. Hawai’i (3) vs. Texas (3) vs. Utah (3) vs. Northwestern (3) vs. Washington (3) vs. Oregon State (4) vs. Loyola Marymount (4) vs. Indiana (4) vs. Northwestern (4) vs. Florida (4) SANTA CLARA SANTA CLARA vs. East Carolina at California at California IONA IONA STANFORD SAN JOSE STATE SACRAMENTO STATE (5) SAINT MARY’S (5) CALIFORNIA (5) at Cal State Northridge* at Cal State Northridge* at Cal State Northridge* at Stanford at Pacific* at Pacific* LONG BEACH STATE* LONG BEACH STATE* LONG BEACH STATE* at Cal State Fullerton* at Cal State Fullerton* at Cal State Fullerton* at Pacific* UC RIVERSIDE* UC RIVERSIDE* UC RIVERSIDE* at Cal Poly* at Cal Poly* at Cal Poly* UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* vs. Hawai’I (6) vs. Texas Tech (6)

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HOME GAMES IN ALL CAPS Tournament Key: (1) Sportco Kick-Off Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) (3) Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) (5) AGGIE STAMPEDE (Davis, Calif.)

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Score 10-2 (5) 4-3 (8) 2-7 8-7 2-3 4-3 (8) 7-3 3-2 0-8 5-8 5-14 (5) 1-2 2-7 1-9 3-5 5-7 4-2 1-7 3-14 (5) 4-3 (8) 0-4 0-4 0-2 0-8 (5) 9-5 2-3 2-6 4-5 7-5 1-0 (8) 0-4 1-4 2-1 7-3 (8) 0-17 (5) 1-2 2-1 5-0 0-2 2-1 5-2 7-4 3-6 3-1 5-4 4-1 10-2 4-3 7-3 10-0 (5) 0-6 4-3 2-7 (8) 2-10 (5) 0-1

Rec (Conf.) 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 7-10 7-11 7-12 8-12 8-13 8-14 8-15 8-16 9-16 9-17 9-18 9-19 10-19 11-19 11-20 11-21 (0-1) 12-21 (1-1) 12-21 (2-1) 13-22 13-23 (2-2) 14-23 (3-2) 15-23 (4-2) 15-24 (4-3) 16-24 (5-3) 17-24 (6-3) 18-24 (7-3) 18-25 (7-4) 19-25 (8-4) 20-25 (9-4) 21-25 (10-4) 22-25 (11-4) 23-25 (12-4) 24-25 (13-4) 25-25 (14-4) 25-26 (14-5) 26-26 (15-5) 26-27 (15-6) 26-28 26-29

Pitcher of Record Holmes (W, 1-0) Waldusky (W, 1-0) Waldusky (L, 1-1) Holmes (W, 2-0) Waldusky (L, 1-2) Holmes (W, 3-0) Holmes (W, 4-0) Waldusky (W, 2-2) Holmes (L, 4-1) Holmes (L, 4-2) Waldusky (L, 2-3) Waldusky (L, 2-4) Waldusky (L, 2-5) Waldusky (L, 2-6) Holmes (L, 4-3) Araujo (L, 0-1) Holmes (W, 5-3) Araujo (L, 0-2) Waldusky (L, 2-7) Waldusky (W, 3-7) Holmes (L, 5-4) Holmes (L, 5-5) Waldusky (L, 3-8) Holmes (L, 5-6) Holmes (W, 6-6) Araujo (L, 0-3) Holmes (L, 6-7) Holmes (L, 6-8) Holmes (W, 7-8) Waldusky (W, 4-8) Araujo (L, 0-4) Waldusky (L, 4-9) Holmes (W, 8-8) Waldusky (W, 5-9) Waldusky (L, 5-10) Waldusky (L, 5-11) Holmes (W, 9-8) Waldusky (W, 6-11) Waldusky (L, 6-12) Holmes (W, 10-8) Waldusky (W, 7-12) Holmes (W, 11-8) Waldusky (L, 7-13) Waldusky (W, 8-13) Holmes (W, 12-8) Holmes (W, 13-8) Waldusky (W, 9-13) Waldusky (W, 10-13) Holmes (W, 14-8) Holmes (W, 15-8) Waldusky (L, 10-14) Waldusky (W, 16-8) Holmes (L, 16-9) Holmes (L, 16-10) Holmes (L, 16-11)

Att 118 127 618 92 537 0 101 127 607 121 432 174 141 178 0 107 122 201 110 — 67 0 220 278 — 121 56 43 126 231 433 0 142 157 246 — 180 — 105 101 — 291 546 97 — 92 79 300 565 417 — 1128 121 715 699

Time 1:58 2:06 2:00 2:31 2:25 2:28 1:52 2:15 1:48 2:23 2:27 1:52 1:52 2:02 2:19 2:11 2:10 1:52 2:00 2:16 2:04 NA 1:30 1:30 2:15 1:47 2:17 2:02 2:19 1:32 1:44 1:44 1:38 2:20 1:45 1:40 1:40 1:36 1:49 2:08 2:01 2:07 1:53 2:03 2:08 1:40 2:02 2:20 2:15 1:34 1:38 1:36 2:09 1:41 1:40

(2) Winsberg Memorial Sport (Los Angeles, Calif.) (4) DeMarini Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.) (6) NCAA Stanford Regional (Stanford, Calif.)

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2010 Statistics BATTING ALEX HOLMES ELIZABETH SANTANA KYLIE FAN JESSICA GONZALEZ RACHEL MILLER MEGAN GUZMAN Marissa Araujo KELLY HARMAN Sarah Axelson BIANCA CASTILLO HEATHER ZIMMERMAN Michelle Espiritu JJ WAGONER KELLY SCHULZE Dana Waldusky JESSICA THWEATT

AVG .345 .341 .330 .266 .250 .245 .244 .235 .223 .222 .213 .174 .100 .000 — —

AGGIES Opponents

.261 .289

G-GS 55-55 55-55 46-34 55-55 40-25 45-39 53-51 34-34 55-55 32-6 38-25 45-23 50-42 11-1 8-8 3-2

AB 171 164 103 139 76 106 135 81 157 36 80 69 60 8 0 0

R 19 31 12 13 5 18 19 15 19 1 8 15 8 2 0 0

H 2B 3B HR RBI 59 7 1 1 22 56 13 3 2 19 34 4 0 0 16 37 4 1 1 23 19 2 0 1 9 26 1 0 0 6 33 6 0 3 15 19 3 0 1 9 35 7 0 4 21 8 2 0 0 3 17 5 0 2 10 12 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB 71 81 38 46 24 27 48 25 54 10 28 12 6 0 0 0

SF 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 4 6 0 10 5 2 6 3 4 1 1 2 5 1 0 0

HP 0 4 0 22 2 0 6 0 7 1 1 0 4 2 0 0

55 1385 185 361 54 5 15 156 470 55 1448 246 419 54 15 46 232 641

3 7

50 44

49 31

IP H R 177.0 192 104 164.0 184 104 11.0 31 27 5.1 12 11

ER 76 83 16 11

BB 15 16 15 15 8 1 6 6 15 4 2 7 2 1 0 0

SO 15 17 10 18 13 19 29 8 17 10 13 11 9 4 0 0

113 193 142 268

sorted by batting average SB SBA SLG OBP 3 4 .415 .396 0 5 .494 .411 1 1 .369 .415 3 5 .331 .420 1 1 .316 .337 8 9 .255 .252 4 6 .356 .304 2 2 .309 .287 2 3 .344 .318 0 0 .278 .317 2 2 .350 .241 9 10 .174 .250 3 4 .100 .182 0 0 .000 .273 0 0 — — 0 0 — — 38 68

PITCHING ALEX HOLMES Dana Waldusky Marissa Araujo JESSICA THWEATT AGGIES Opponents

W-L 16-11 10-14 0-4 0-0

ERA 3.01 3.54 10.18 14.44

G 42 38 6 6

GS 22 28 4 1

CG ShO/C 12 1/0 12 2/0 0 0/0 0 0/0

26-29 29-26

3.64 2.80

55 55

55 55

24 24

3/0 10/3

SV 2 3 0 0 5 2

52 75

.339 .337 .443 .364

BB SO 68 143 54 118 14 3 6 4

HB 13 17 0 1

sorted by ERA HR WP OBA 15 15 .271 25 11 .284 4 3 .500 2 0 .400

357.1 419 246 186 142 268 360.0 361 185 144 113 193

31 49

46 15

FIELDING LEADERS

29 16

.289 .261

sorted by games/minimum 5 played

1ST BASE Sarah Axelson KYLIE FAN BIANCA CASTILLO

G 32 19 6

PO 187 102 29

A 12 6 0

E FLD DP 4 .980 5 2 .982 3 1 .967 1

2ND BASE JESSICA GONZALEZ KELLY HARMAN ELIZABETH SANTANA

G 24 20 11

PO 40 41 24

A 24 31 13

3RD BASE JESSICA GONZALEZ Sarah Axelson

G 31 23

PO 29 21

SHORTSTOP ELIZABETH SANTANA KELLY HARMAN OUTFIELD Marissa Araujo MEGAN GUZMAN Michelle Espiritu HEATHER ZIMMERMAN KYLIE FAN JJ WAGONER

CATCHER RACHEL MILLER JJ WAGONER

G 30 27

PO 151 125

A 9 11

E FLD DP 2 .988 2 3 .978 4

SB 38 28

CS 3 3

E FLD DP 2 .970 1 0 1.000 1 1 .974 2

PITCHER ALEX HOLMES Dana Waldusky Marissa Araujo JESSICA THWEATT

G 42 38 6 6

PO 5 7 1 0

A 45 29 5 0

E 5 3 1 1

FLD DP .909 0 .923 1 .857 0 .000 0

SB 34 28 3 2

CS 2 5 0 0

A 43 35

E FLD DP 2 .973 2 1 .982 1

TOTALS AGGIES Opponents

G 55 55

E FLD DP 53 .966 15 65 .961 15

SB 68 38

CS 7 14

G 43 11

PO A 58 103 16 12

E FLD DP 15 .915 15 2 .933 2

G 44 39 31 26 17 13

PO 50 50 19 19 17 6

A 5 4 2 0 2 0

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E 0 0 2 1 0 0

PO A 1072 421 1079 514

PB 2 5

PB 8 6

FLD DP 1.000 0 1.000 0 .913 2 .950 1 1.000 0 1.000 0

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2010 Big West Conference Recap STANDINGS Conference Cal State Northridge*† UC DAVIS*† Cal Poly Long Beach State Pacific Cal State Fullerton UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

W 15 15 12 10 10 9 7 6

L 6 6 9 11 11 12 14 15

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GB — — 3 5 5 6 8 9

Pct. .714 .714 .571 .476 .476 .429 .333 .286

* - Conference co-champion † - NCAA Tournament participant

CONFERENCE AWARDS FIELD PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Anna Cahn, Cal Poly PITCHER OF THE YEAR: ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS COACH OF THE YEAR: KAREN YODER, UC DAVIS FRESHMAN FIELD PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS FRESHMAN CO-PITCHERS OF THE YEAR: Nikki Armagost, Pacific

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM Nikki Armagost Hannah Fraijo ALEX HOLMES Brandy Reyes Jessica Ziegler Jaci Carlsen ELIZABETH SANTANA Tracy Allen Liz Javier Torrie Anderson Jennifer Mosier Megan Hom Anna Cahn ALEX HOLMES

P P P C 1B 2B SS 3B 3B OF OF OF UT DP

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

Pacific Cal State Northridge UC DAVIS Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge UC DAVIS Cal State Northridge Long Beach State Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Pacific Cal Poly UC DAVIS

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

Cal Poly Cal Poly Long Beach State Pacific Cal Poly Long Beach State Cal State Fullerton Cal Poly Pacific Long Beach State Pacific UC Riverside

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM Anna Cahn Rebecca Patton Taylor Petty Karie Wilson Krysten Cary Jodi Nakawatase Gabby Aragon Dana Perez Lindsey Pierce Bree Stephan Nikki Armagost Marissa Alvidrez

P P P C 1B 2B SS OF OF OF UT DP

Overall W 31 26 23 26 24 14 22 15

L 22 29 24 26 30 39 32 37

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .585 .473 .489 .500 .444 .264 .407 .289

Home 16-10 12-8 8-11 12-6 11-12 8-16 15-11 4-14

Away 10-5 9-9 7-8 5-8 7-7 3-8 5-11 4-14

Neut. 5-7 5-12 8-5 9-12 6-11 3-15 2-10 7-9

BIG WEST CONFERENCE WEEKLY HONORS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2/15 Brittany Keeney, UC Riverside 2/22 Megan Hom, Pacific 3/1 Christina Saenz, CS Northridge 3/8 Jessica Ziegler, UC Santa Barbara 3/15 Liz Javier, Long Beach State 3/22 Trina Harrison, CS Fullerton 3/29 Karla Chapparo, CS Northridge 4/5 Ari Cervantes, CS Fullerton 4/12 Christina Schallig, Long Beach State 4/19 Tracy Allen, CS Northridge 4/26 Gabby Aragon, CS Fullerton 5/3 ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS 5/10 ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 5/17 Jessica Beristianos, UC Santa Barbara Shea Williams, Cal Poly PITCHERS OF THE WEEK 2/15 ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 2/22 Anna Cahn, Cal Poly 3/1 Nikki Armagost, Pacific 3/8 Brooke Turner, Long Beach State 3/15 Brooke Turner, Long Beach State 3/22 Anna Cahn, Cal Poly 3/29 Hannah Fraijo, Cal State Northridge 4/5 Marissa Alvidrez, UC Riverside 4/12 Anna Cahn, Cal Poly 4/19 Rebecca Patton, Cal Poly 4/26 Rebecca Patton, Cal Poly 5/3 Krista Cobb, UC Santa Barbara 5/10 ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 5/17 Brooke Turner, Long Beach State

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION Krista Cobb, P, So., UC Santa Barbara; Brooke Turner, P, Jr., Long Beach State; DANA WALDUSKY, P, Fr., UC DAVIS; Stephanie Correia, C, Jr., Cal Poly; Brittany Keeney, 1B, So., UC Riverside; Alexa Rivera, 2B, So., Pacific; Nalani St. Germain, 2B, Fr., Long Beach State; Megan Allen, SS, Fr., Pacific; Jessica Beristianos, 3B, Jr., UC Santa Barbara; Alexandria Alvarado, OF, Sr., Cal State Northridge; MARISSA ARAUJO, OF, Sr., UC DAVIS; Ashley Weber, OF, Sr., Long Beach State; Ari Cervantes, UT, Jr., Cal State Fullerton; KYLIE FAN, UT, So., UC DAVIS; Brooke Putich, DP, So., UC Santa Barbara.

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2010 Big West Conference Recap BATTING AVERAGE 1. Anna Cahn, CP 2. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 3. Lindsey Pierce, PAC 4. Megan Hom, PAC 5. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 6. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS 7. Jessica Ziegler, UCSB 8. Krysten Cary, CP 9. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN 10. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR

.393 .367 .366 .363 .345 .341 .341 .326 .324 .308

SLUGGING AVERAGE 1. Anna Cahn, CP 2. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN 3. Torrie Anderson, CSF 4. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 5. Krysten Cary, CP 6. Nicole Johnson, CSF 7. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS 8. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 9. Tracy Allen, CSUN 10. Brittany Keeney, UCR

.626 .599 .548 .547 .532 .496 .494 .493 .485 .462

ON-BASE AVERAGE 1. Jennifer Griffin, LBSU 2. Christine Ramos, UCSB 3. Anna Cahn, CP 4. Melissa Pura, CP 5. Jaclyn Rymer, CSUN 6. Nicole Matson, PAC 7. Jessica Beristianos, UCSB 8. Danielle Linke, LBSU 9. Christina Saenz, CSUN 10. Krysten Cary, CP

.483 .457 .443 .441 .436 .425 .417 .414 .403 .397

RUNS SCORED t1. Lauren Olivas, CSUN t1. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 3. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN t4. Megan Hom, PAC t4. Torrie Anderson, CSF 6. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS t7. Lindsey Pierce, PAC t7. Ariel Shore, UCR 9. Brooke Hebenton, UCR 10. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN

37 37 36 33 33 31 30 30 28 27

RUNS BATTED IN 1. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN 2. Kellee Wilson, PAC 3. Tracy Allen, CSUN 4. Megan Allen, PAC t5. Brittany Keeney, UCR t5. Nikki Armagost, PAC 7. Torrie Anderson, CSF 8. Karie Wilson, PAC 9. Three tied with

44 40 36 30 29 29 27 26 25

HITS 1. Megan Hom, PAC 2. Lindsey Pierce, PAC t3. Jessica Ziegler, UCSB t3. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 5. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS 6. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 7. Tracy Allen, CSUN t8. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN t8. Krysten Cary, CP 10. Two tied with

62 60 59 59 56 51 50 46 46 45

DOUBLES 1. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS t2. Taylor Thomas, UCR t2. Nikki Armagost, PAC 4. Alexis Pickett, UCR

13 12 12 12

TRIPLES 1. Nicole Johnson, CSF t2. Lauren Olivas, CSUN t2. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS t2. Lindsey Pierce, PAC

4 3 3 3

HIT BY PITCH 1. JESSICA GONZALEZ, UC DAVIS 2. Krystal Raphael, CSUN 3. Nicole Johnson, CSF 4. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN t5. Brittany Keeney, UCR t5. Ashley Weber, LBSU

22 14 13 12 9 9

SACRIFICE BUNTS 1. Megan Hom, PAC 2. Ashley Weber, LBSU 3. JESSICA GONZALEZ, UC DAVIS t4. Jaclyn Rymer, CSUN t4. Nora Sobczak, CP t4. Alexis Villamor, UCR

15 11 10 9 9 9

SACRIFICE FLIES 1. Kellee Wilson, PAC 2. Nikki Armagost, PAC t3. Keilani Jennings, UCSB t3. Ashley Weber, LBSU t3. Stephanie Correia, CP t3. Jessica Beristianos, UCSB t3. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN

5 4 3 3 3 3 3

HOME RUNS 1. Torrie Anderson, CSF 2. Trina Harrison, CSF 3. Megan Allen, PAC 4. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN 5. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 6. Kellee Wilson, PAC 7. Tracy Allen, CSUN 8. Karie Wilson, PAC 9. Krysten Cary, CP 10. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN

11 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 6

STOLEN BASES 1. Ariel Shore, UCR 2. Jessica Ziegler, UCSB 3. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 4. Kameryn Hebenton, UCR 5. Casey Burba, LBSU t6. Adriana Martinez, CSF t6. Megan Hom, PAC 8. MICHELLE ESPIRITU, UC DAVIS t9. Four tied with

22 21 18 16 12 10 10 9 8

TOTAL BASES 1. Torrie Anderson, CSF 2. Jaci Carlsen, CSUN 3. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS 4. Tracy Allen, CSUN 5. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 6. Krysten Cary, CP 7. Brittany Keeney, UCR t8. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS t8. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 10. Lindsey Pierce, PAC

86 85 81 79 76 75 72 71 71 68

AT-BATS 1. Jessica Ziegler, UCSB t2. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS t2. Megan Hom, PAC 4. Lauren Olivas, CSUN 5. Brooke Hebenton, UCR t6. ELIZABETH SANTANA, UC DAVIS t6. Lindsey Pierce, PAC 8. Tracy Allen, CSUN 9. Taylor Thomas, UCR 10. Three tied with

173 171 171 168 167 164 164 163 159 157

WALKS 1. Anna Cahn, CP 2. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 3. Torrie Anderson, CSF 4. Jennifer Mosier, CSUN 5. Lindsey Pierce, PAC

45 30 29 27 26

STRIKEOUTS 1. Keilani Jennings, UCSB 2. Torrie Anderson, CSF 3. Nalani St. Germain, LBSU 4. Kameryn Hebenton, UCR 5. Megan Allen, PAC

43 42 38 36 35

EARNED-RUN AVERAGE 1. Nikki Armagost, PAC 2. Anna Cahn, CP 3. Taylor Petty, LBSU 4. Hannah Fraijo, CSUN 5. Brooke Turner, LBSU 6. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 7. Amanda Pitzenberger, CSUN 8. Rebecca Patton, CP 9. DANA WALDUSKY, UC DAVIS 10. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR

2.12 2.28 2.50 2.69 2.79 3.01 3.41 3.48 3.54 3.61

2011 UC DAVIS SOFTBALL

WINS 1. Hannah Fraijo, CSUN 2. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 3. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR t4. Brooke Turner, LBSU t4. Nikki Armagost, PAC t4. Anna Cahn, CP t7. DANA WALDUSKY, UC DAVIS T7. Taylor Petty, LBSU 9. Amanda Pitzenberger, CSUN 10. Two tied with

18 16 15 13 13 13 10 10 9 8

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR 2. Hannah Fraijo, CSUN 3. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 4. Nikki Armagost, PAC 5. DANA WALDUSKY, UC DAVIS 6. Taylor Petty, LBSU 7. Ari Cervantes, CSF 8. Anna Cahn, CP 9. Brooke Turner, LBSU 10. Krista Cobb, UCSB

186.0 182.0 177.0 172.0 164.0 157.0 154.0 150.2 130.1 126.1

STRIKEOUTS 1. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 2. Taylor Petty, LBSU 3. Brooke Turner, LBSU 4. Nikki Armagost, PAC 5. DANA WALDUSKY, UC DAVIS 6. Hannah Fraijo, CSUN 7. Anna Cahn, CP 8. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR 9. Rebecca Patton, CP 10. Shaina Brock, PAC

143 135 127 123 118 102 100 78 76 73

SAVES 1. DANA WALDUKSY, UC DAVIS t2. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS t2. Taylor Petty, LBSU t2. Mia Pagano, CSUN t2. Nikki Armagost, PAC

3 2 2 2 2

OPPOSING BATTING 1. Nikki Armagost, PAC 2. Brooke Turner, LBSU 3. Taylor Petty, LBSU 4. Hannah Fraijo, CSUN 5. Gabby McDaniel, PAC 6. Anna Cahn, CP 7. Marissa Alvidrez, UCR 8. ALEX HOLMES, UC DAVIS 9. Lindsey Correa, UCSB 10. Shaina Brock, PAC

.210 .231 .238 .252 .252 .253 .261 .271 .273 .282

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Year-by-Year Leaders BATTING AVG. (Min. 2.0 AB/G) 1973 Karen Glimstad .583 1974 Sue DuHamel .438 1975 Nancy McDill .476 1976 Deirdre Dolan .476 1977 Lynn Clopper .537 1978 Lynn Clopper .429 1979 Kim Wilson .333 1980 Terri Miller .271 1981 Terri Miller .431 1982 Karen Swanson .338 1983 Keri Frankenstein .258 1984 Angie Vasconcellos .350 1985 Mickie Weekly .278 1986 Mickie Weekly .305 1987 Pam Gleason .295 1988 Mickie Weekly .305 1989 Allison Grant .299 1990 Allison Grant .354 1991 Becki Wattenbarger .344 1992 Allison Grant .386 1993 Kim Nelson .403 1994 Kim Nelson .452 1995 Trisha Reinhardt .391 1996 Trisha Reinhardt .382 1997 Trisha Reinhardt .431 1998 Robyn Kamisher .440 1999 Sharlie Cunningham .421 2000 Shyamala White .442 2001 Shyamala White .412 2002 Shyamala White .383 2003 Susan Churchwell .406 2004 Michelle Malbon .278 2005 Stacey Benzing .247 2006 Belinda Paine .328 2007 Deanna Menapace .315 2008 Julie Stauder .300 2009 Kelly Harman .295 2010 Alex Holmes .345 AT BATS 1973 Gail Patton 1974 Sue Edmiston 1975 Patti Kitlas 1976 Patti Kitlas 1977 Deirdre Dolan 1978 Lynn Clopper Mary Cox 1979 Kim Wilson Sandy Woodward 1980 Lori Van Horst 1981 Lori Van Horst 1982 Karen Swanson 1983 Karen Swanson 1984 Karen Swanson 1985 Laurie Salo 1986 Laurel Karren 1987 Laurel Karren 1988 Wendi Witmer 1989 Lisa Brown 1990 Lisa Brown 1991 Kim Wilson 1992 Becki Wattenbarger 1993 Kate Shurrum 1994 Kate Shurrum 1995 Kim Wilson 1996 Kristen Strong 1997 Kristen Strong 1998 Robyn Kamisher 1999 Sharlie Cunningham 2000 Jenny Hall 2001 Shyamala White 2002 Jenny Hall 2003 Jennifer Borrelli 2004 Megan Turman 2005 Megan De La Hoya 2006 Megan De La Hoya

18

28 36 23 35 53 63 63 75 75 69 78 71 72 127 107 140 160 177 164 149 130 141 165 159 209 213 210 134 152 172 170 165 226 166 178 168

2007 2008 2009 2010

Belinda Paine Belinda Paine Belinda Paine Alex Holmes

185 181 175 171

HITS 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Karen Glimstad Sue DuHamel Sue DuHamel Nancy McDill Deirdre Dolan Deirdre Dolan Lynn Clopper Kim Wilson Lori Van Horst Terri Miller Karen Swanson Karen Swanson Laurie Salo Mickie Weekly Laurie Salo Laurel Karren Pam Gleason Wendi Witmer Lisa Brown Allison Grant Becki Wattenbarger Allison Grant Kim Nelson Kim Nelson Kim Wilson Trisha Reinhardt Trisha Reinhardt Robyn Kamisher Sharlie Cunningham Shyamala White Shyamala White Shyamala White Susan Churchwell Emily Hetzner Megan De La Hoya Megan De La Hoya Belinda Paine Belinda Paine Belinda Paine Alex Holmes

14 14 10 10 13 21 27 25 18 31 24 17 39 27 27 40 43 58 46 45 42 51 62 66 77 73 78 59 64 73 70 62 82 40 43 49 54 53 48 59

RUNS SCORED 1973 Joyce Anderson 1974 Sue DuHamel Barb Chapman 1975 Sue Edmiston 1976 Patti Kitlas Sandy Woodward 1977 Deirdre Dolan 1978 Lynn Clopper 1979 Sandy Woodward 1980 Jackie Sanchez 1981 Terri Miller 1982 Karen Swanson Angie Vasconcellos 1983 Angie Vasconcellos 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Mickie Weekly 1986 Laurel Karren 1987 Mickie Weekly 1988 Mickie Weekly 1989 Staci Smith 1990 Lisa Brown 1991 Becki Wattenbarger 1992 Allison Grant 1993 Kate Shurrum 1994 Rushia Turner 1995 Sue Gundersen Kim Wilson 1996 Trisha Reinhardt 1997 Trisha Reinhardt 1998 Robyn Kamisher

9 13 13 8 9 9 16 19 18 14 15 13 13 7 19 16 23 31 36 31 37 29 32 42 34 42 42 43 75 31

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Sharlie Cunningham Shyamala White Jenny Hall Shyamala White Jenny Hall Lindsay Moore Megan Turman Megan De La Hoya Megan De La Hoya Deanna Menapace Julie Stauder Julie Stauder Elizabeth Santana

51 49 49 44 38 46 21 18 24 28 35 23 31

RUNS BATTED IN 1973 Karen Glimstad 1974 Sue DuHamel 1975 Sue DuHamel 1976 Sue Edmiston Beth Wolfe 1977 Lynn Clopper 1978 Lynn Clopper 1979 Kim Wilson 1980 Terri Miller 1981 Debbie Qualey 1982 Karen Swanson 1983 Angie Vasconcellos 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Linda Wilson 1986 Laurel Karren Laurie Salo 1987 Laurie Salo 1988 Chris Cavalli 1989 Erin Davis 1990 Erin Davis 1991 Kim Wilson 1992 Mia Rexroth 1993 Kim Nelson 1994 Kim Nelson 1995 Trisha Reinhardt 1996 Trisha Reinhardt 1997 Trisha Reinhardt 1998 Robyn Kamisher 1999 Shyamala White 2000 Sharlie Cunningham 2001 Shyamala White 2002 Susan Churchwell 2003 Susan Churchwell 2004 Michelle Malbon 2005 Megan Turman 2006 Ashley Johnson Nikki Sheldon 2007 Mandi Salcido 2008 Deanne Menapace 2009 Kelly Harman 2010 Jessica Gonzalez

14 9 13 6 6 14 17 15 12 11 12 5 17 14 16 16 25 28 23 28 20 31 41 36 50 55 75 31 39 59 39 30 53 18 13. 26 26 29 33 23 23

DOUBLES 1973 Karen Glimstad 1974 Carol Compton Sue Edmiston 1975 Sue DuHamel 1976 Jodi Clary 1977 Kim Wilson 1978 Lynn Clopper 1979 Kim Wilson 1980 Terri Miller 1981 Terri Miller Karen Swanson 1982 Patti Williams 1983 Karen Swanson Jackie Sanchez Carla McAvoy 1984 Mary Ellen Sacker 1985 Linda Wilson 1986 Linda Wilson 1987 Mickie Weekly 1988 Wendi Witmer

2 2 2 2 3 3 6 4 4 2 2 4 1 1 1 3 4 5 7 13

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Laura Bates Marcy Booth Kim Wilson Mia Rexroth Kim Wilson Kim Nelson Trisha Reinhardt Sue Gundersen Trisha Reinhardt Sharlie Cunningham Trisha Reinhardt Robyn Kamisher Jenny Hall Jennifer Bovolick Susan Churchwell Susan Churchwell Lindsay Moore Nikki Sheldon Nikki Sheldon Ashley Johnson Deanna Menapace Mandi Salcido Nikki Sheldon Deanna Menapace Marissa Araujo Elizabeth Santana

7 8 8 10 12 16 8 8 11 10 10 10 8 13 12 16 16 11 10 8 10 10 10 10 13 13

TRIPLES 1973 Karen Glimstad 2 1974 5 players tied 1 1975 Beth Wolfe 2 1976 Rebecca Franti 1 Sandy Woodward 1 1977 Lynn Clopper 3 1978 Lynn Clopper 4 1979 Kim Wilson 6 1980 Kathy Johnsen 2 1981 Terri Miller 6 1982 Karen Swanson 3 1983 Angie Vasconcellos 2 1984 Laurie Salo 5 1985 Wendi Witmer 2 Diane Stinson 2 Laurie Salo 2 1986 Mickie Weekly 4 1987 Mickie Weekly 4 1988 Chris Cavalli 9 1989 Lisa Brown 8 1990 Lisa Brown 8 1991 Lisa Brown 7 1992 Mia Rexroth 6 1993 Kim Nelson 6 1994 Kim Nelson 10 1995 Kim Wilson 8 1996 Heather Hunter 7 1997 Beth Clifford 9 1998 Robyn Kamisher 4 1999 Sharlie Cunningham 9 Shyamala White 9 2000 Shyamala White 9 2001 Jenny Hall 5 2002 Shyamala White 7 2003 Megan Turman 6 2004 5 players tied 1 2005 Megan De La Hoya 3 2006 Megan De La Hoya 3 2007 Michelle Espiritu 2 Belinda Paine 2 Julie Stauder 2 2008 Belinda Paine 5 2009 Alex Holmes 2 2010 Elizabeth Santana 3 HOME RUNS 1973 Carol Compton 1974 Sue DuHamel 1975 Sue DuHamel Nancy McDill

2 3 1 1

Patti Kitlas 1976 1977 Lynn Clopper Meri Hayos 1978 1979 Debbie Mierke 1980 Debbie Qualey 1981 Terri Miller Debbie Qualey Juliana Humhrey 1982 Angie Vasconcellos 1983 1984 Angie Vasconcellos Mary Butler 1985 Angie Vasconcellos 1986 Laurel Karren 1987 Mickie Weekly Laurel Karren 1988 Mickie Weekly 1989 Lisa Brown 1990 Erin Davis 1991 Lisa Brown 1992 Allison Grant Rushia Turner Sue Gundersen 1993 Sue Gundersen 1994 Sue Gundersen 1995 Trisha Reinhardt 1996 Trisha Reinhardt 1997 Trisha Reinhardt 1998 Robyn Kamisher Beth Clifford 1999 Sharlie Cunningham 2000 Sharlie Cunningham 2001 Shyamala White 2002 Shyamala White Suzanne Yale 2003 Susan Churchwell 2004 Jenna Cresta Sue Yale 2005 Megan Turman 2006 Ashley Johnson Roxanne Hannan 2007 Deanna Menapace 2008 Deanna Menapace Sarah Axelson 2009 Kelly Harman 2010 Sarah Axelson

1 0 2 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 3 4 12 14 20 2 2 6 11 9 3 3 16 3 3 2 5 5 10 6 6 5 4

TOTAL BASES 1973 Karen Glimstad 1974 Sue DuHamel 1975 Sue DuHamel 1976 Deirdre Dolan 1977 Lynn Clopper 1978 Lynn Clopper 1979 Kim Wilson 1980 Debbie Qualey 1981 Terri Miller 1982 Karen Swanson 1983 Karen Swanson 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Laurie Salo 1986 Laurel Karren Mickie Weekly 1987 Mickie Weekly 1988 Chris Cavalli 1989 Lisa Brown 1990 Lisa Brown 1991 Lisa Brown 1992 Mia Rexroth 1993 Kim Nelson 1994 Kim Nelson 1995 Trisha Reinhardt 1996 Trisha Reinhardt 1997 Trisha Reinhardt 1998 Robyn Kamisher 1999 Sharlie Cunningham

23 26 17 15 34 41 41 22 44 31 18 51 34 47 47 60 83 73 63 57 71 89 108 124 138 156 83 106

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Sharlie Cunningham 115 Shyamala White 113 Shyamala White 94 Susan Churchwell 145 Nikki Sheldon 51 Megan De La Hoya 56 Ashley Johnson 66 Deanna Menapace 91 Deanna Menapace 70 Kelly Harman 67 Elizabeth Santana 81

STOLEN BASES 1973 Karen Glimstad 7 1974 Jan Smith 5 1975 Jodi Clary 3 1976 Patti Kitlas 3 1977 Not available 1978 Mary Cox 9 1979 Sandy Woodward 8 1980 Jackie Sanchez 10 1981 Karla Clark 3 Debbie Qualey 3 1982 Angie Vasconcellos 4 1983 Jackie Sanchez 3 1984 Linda Wilson 2 1985 Mary Ellen Sacker 7 1986 Pam Gleason 6 1987 Pam Gleason 19 1988 Mickie Weekly 5 1989 Allison Grant 6 1990 Allison Grant 13 1991 Laura Mier 11 1992 Mia Rexroth 6 Becki Wattenbarger 6 1993 Kate Shurrum 4 1994 Kate Shurrum 7 1995 Trisha Reinhardt 3 1996 Kristen Strong 19 1997 Kristen Strong 9 1998 Amy Rutschow 5 1999 Sharlie Cunningham 10 2000 Sharlie Cunningham 6 Christina Tom 6 Amy Rutschow 6 2001 Amy Rutschow 7 2002 Jennifer Borrelli 12 Shyamala White 12 2003 Jennifer Borrelli 13 2004 Megan Turman 20 2005 Megan De La Hoya 16 2006 Belinda Paine 12 Megan De La Hoya 12 2007 Belinda Paine 13 2008 Belinda Paine 17 2009 Belinda Paine 12 2010 Michelle Espiritu 9 WALKS 1973 Jan Smith 1974 Karen Uno Barb Chapman 1975 Sue Edmiston 1976 Jodi Clary 1977 Kathy Johnsen 1978 Lynn Clopper Meri Hayos 1979 Debbie Mierke 1980 Jackie Sanchez 1981 Lori Frankenstein 1982 Angie Vasconcellos 1983 Jackie Sanchez 1984 Linda Wilson 1985 Linda Wilson 1986 Laurie Salo 1987 Wendi Witmer 1988 Mickie Weekly 1989 Laura Mier

6 12 12 6 7 10 11 11 10 12 13 5 7 16 18 18 17 17 21

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Year-by-Year Leaders 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Staci Smith Lisa Brown Mia Rexroth Rushia Turner Kim Nelson Kim Dean Trisha Reinhardt Trisha Reinhardt Trisha Reinhardt Joél Benegar Sharlie Cunningham Jenny Hall Jenny Hall Shyamala White Shyamala White Susan Churchwell Megan Turman Sue Yale Stacey Benzing Sarah O’Neill Julie Stauder Julie Stauder Julie Stauder Elizabeth Santana

18 19 15 15 20 20 16 23 44 18 29. 22 26 26 26 30 19 19 18 24 31 26 22 16

SACRIFICES 1973 Marjie Benjamin 5 1974 4 players tied 1 1975 Jodi Clary 2 1976 Sue Edmiston 2 Jodi Clary 2 1977 Not available 1978 Kim Wilson 4 Meri Hayos 4 1979 Debbie Qualey 5 1980 Jackie Sanchez 9 1981 Terri Miller 4 Juliana Humphrey 4 1982 Jackie Sanchez 5 1983 Karla Clark 4 1984 Karla Clark 11 1985 Laurel Karren 11 Lynda Guenther 11 1986 Wendi Witmer 19 1987 Wendi Witmer 16 1988 Wendi Witmer 13 1989 Liz Womack 14 1990 Lisa Brown 13 1991 Lisa Brown 13 1992 Kim Dean 18 1993 Kim Dean 27 1994 Kim Dean 13 1995 Jonelle McKie 16 1996 Tia Orr 25 1997 Holly Shurrum 26 1998 Jennifer Bovolick 15 1999 Holly Shurrum 18 2000 Jennifer Bovolick 27 2001 Libby Bivings 31 2002 Lindsay Moore 16 2003 Emily Hetzner 21 2004 Kacey Sevier 12 2005 Lindsay Tognetti 9 Kristin Herrera 9 2006 Julie Stauder 10 2007 Nikki Sheldon 16 2008 Julie Stauder 7 Michelle Espiritu 7 2009 Erin Emde 8 2010 Jessica Gonzalez 10 ERA (1 IP/Team Game) 1973 Nancy Nelson 1.43 1974 Nancy Nelson 1.03 1975 Rebecca Franti 2.13 1976 Rebecca Franti 2.48 1977 Rebecca Franti 4.58 1978 Meri Hayos 2.58

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Meri Hayos Lynn Clopper Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor Sherry Perez Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Jami Brandenberger Pam Gates Carolyn Hawkins Julie Astrachan Julie Astrachan Julie Astrachan Gena Weber Gena Weber Gena Weber Gena Weber Danielle de la Porte Courtney Barrett Susan Churchwell Susan Churchwell Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Jessica Hancock Lindsay Tognetti Jessica Hancock Jessica Hancock Alex Holmes Alex Holmes

5.21 1.41 2.81 3.04 2.55 2.53 0.83 0.65 0.64 1.73 1.83 0.95 1.09 0.88 1.17 0.77 0.70 0.78 0.60 1.69 0.33 0.95 0.21 0.82 0.86 .0.86 2.09 2.40 1.98 2.42 1.83 3.01

VICTORIES 1973 Nancy Nelson 1974 Nancy Nelson 1975 Barb Steiner 1976 Rebecca Franti 1977 Rebecca Franti 1978 Meri Hayos 1979 Meri Hayos 1980 Lynn Clopper 1981 Valerie Taylor 1982 Valerie Taylor 1983 Sherry Perez 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Laurie Salo 1986 Laurie Salo 1987 Laurie Salo 1988 Jami Brandenberger 1989 Laurie Dolan 1990 Carolyn Hawkins 1991 Julie Astrachan 1992 Julie Astrachan Carolyn Hawkins 1993 Kris Kirchner 1994 Gena Weber 1995 Gena Weber 1996 Gena Weber 1997 Gena Weber 1998 Danielle de la Porte 1999 Danielle de la Porte 2000 Susan Churchwell 2001 Susan Churchwell 2002 Amy Rosson 2003 Amy Rosson 2004 Amy Rosson 2005 Rachel Kelly 2006 Lindsay Tognetti 2007 Jessica Hancock 2008 Jessica Hancock 2009 Jessica Hancock 2010 Alex Holmes

7 5 2 4 6 8 4 5 4 6 2 11 22 23 32 23 14 14 21 12 12 19 18 23 30 29 16 19 17 19 23 29 17 5 8 16 17 13 16

APPEARANCES 1973 Nancy Nelson 7 1974 Nancy Nelson 8 1975 Rebecca Franti 4

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1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Rebecca Franti Rebecca Franti Meri Hayos Meri Hayos Lynn Clopper Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor Sherry Perez Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Jami Brandenberger Laurie Dolan Carolyn Hawkins Julie Astrachan Julie Astrachan Carolyn Hawkins Julie Astrachan Kris Kirchner Kris Kirchner Gena Weber Gena Weber Kris Kirchner Gena Weber Gena Weber Danielle de la Porte Danielle de la Porte Susan Churchwell Susan Churchwell Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Rachel Kelly Lindsay Tognetti Jessica Hancock Linsday Tognetti Jessica Hancock Jessica Hancock Alex Holmes

10 16 15 17 14 14 16 14 18 34 30 43 40 29 22 34 18 18 25 25 22 22 27 27 41 38 25 31 26 25 35 39 29 30 35 35 35 43 37 42

INNINGS PITCHED 1973 Nancy Nelson 1974 Nancy Nelson 1975 Rebecca Franti 1976 Rebecca Franti 1977 Rebecca Franti 1978 Meri Hayos 1979 Meri Hayos 1980 Lynn Clopper 1981 Valerie Taylor 1982 Valerie Taylor 1983 Sherry Perez 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Laurie Salo 1986 Laurie Salo 1987 Laurie Salo 1988 Jami Brandenberger 1989 Laurie Dolan 1990 Carolyn Hawkins 1991 Julie Astrachan 1992 Julie Astrachan 1993 Kris Kirchner 1994 Kris Kirchner 1995 Gena Weber 1996 Gena Weber 1997 Gena Weber 1998 Danielle de la Porte 1999 Danielle de la Porte 2000 Susan Churchwell 2001 Susan Churchwell 2002 Amy Rosson 2003 Amy Rosson 2004 Amy Rosson 2005 Rachel Kelly 2006 Lindsay Tognetti 2007 Jessica Hancock 2008 Jessica Hancock

49.0 61.0 23.0 59.1 84.0 104.0 87.1 69.1 84.2 76.0 68.2 136.0 236.0 215.1 311.0 238.2 170.1 155.1 211.1 128.0 165.2 139.0 179.0 250.1 235.0 128.2 180.2 154.1 168.1 188.1 228.1 179.0 139.1 160.2 191.1 248.2

2009 2010

Jessica Hancock Alex Holmes

SHUTOUTS 1973 Nancy Nelson 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 Meri Hayos 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 Sherry Perez Debbie Defenbaugh 1984 Laurie Salo 1985 Laurie Salo 1986 Laurie Salo 1987 Laurie Salo 1988 Jami Brandenberger 1989 Pam Gates 1990 Carolyn Hawkins Julie Astrachan 1991 Julie Astrachan 1992 Julie Astrachan Carolyn Hawkins Kris Kirchner 1993 Julie Astrachan 1994 Kris Kirchner Gena Weber 1995 Gena Weber 1996 Gena Weber 1997 Gena Weber 1998 Danielle de la Porte 1999 Danielle de la Porte 2000 Susan Churchwell 2001 Susan Churchwell 2002 Amy Rosson 2003 Amy Rosson 2004 Amy Rosson 2005 Jessica Hancock Rachel Kelly 2006 Lindsay Tognetti 2007 Jessica Hancock 2008 Jessica Hancock 2009 Jessica Hancock 2010 Dana Waldusky COMPLETE GAMES 1973 Nancy Nelson 1974 Nancy Nelson 1975 Rebecca Franti

185.0 177.0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 13 16 21 13 5 7 7 9 3 3 3 8 7 7 13 17 11 3 11 7 14 13 13 13 1 1 2 5 5 5 2 7 8 3

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Rebecca Franti Rebecca Franti Meri Hayos Meri Hayos Lynn Clopper Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor Sherry Perez Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Laurie Salo Jami Brandenberger Laurie Dolan Carolyn Hawkins Julie Astrachan Julie Astrachan Julie Astrachan Kris Kirchner Gena Weber Gena Weber Gena Weber Danielle de la Porte Danielle de la Porte Susan Churchwell Susan Churchwell Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Amy Rosson Rachel Kelly Lindsay Tognetti Jessica Hancock Jessica Hancock Jessica Hancock Alex Holmes Dana Waldusky

7 13 14 12 9 10 8 8 18 34 28 43 33 23 21 26 17 24 21 26 30 25 16 22 18 22 13 26 22 10 11 18 29 14 12 12

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Jami Brandenberger 50 Laurie Dolan 44 Carolyn Hawkins 67 Julie Astrachan 140 Julie Astrachan 104 Julie Astrachan 99 Gena Weber 104 Gena Weber 219 Gena Weber 286 Gena Weber 310 Danielle de la Porte 54 Danielle de la Porte 120 Susan Churchwell 100 Susan Churchwell 129 Amy Rosson 185 Amy Rosson 240 Amy Rosson 226 Rachel Kelly 94 Lindsay Tognetti 164 Jessica Hancock 203 Jessica Hancock 225 Jessica Hancock 172 Alex Holmes 143

STRIKEOUTS 1973 Nancy Nelson 41 1974 Nancy Nelson 33 1975 Rebecca Franti 5 1976 Rebecca Franti 11 1977 Rebecca Franti 16 1978 Meri Hayos 19 1979 Meri Hayos 16 1980 Lynn Clopper 13 1981 Valerie Taylor 16 1982 Valerie Taylor 11 1983 Sherry Perez 13 1984 Laurie Salo 52 1985 Laurie Salo 132 1986 Laurie Salo 125 1987 Laurie Salo 139

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Year-by-Year Team Statistics

Since 1990

BATTING Year

G

Avg

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB/SBA

BB

SO

TB

HBP

2010

55

.261

1385

185

361

54

5

15

156

38/52

113

193

470

49

2009

54

.246

1401

150

345

60

5

17

134

42/55

85

234

466

44

2008

60

.242

1495

205

362

57

9

28

182

60/84

135

299

521

51

2007

59

.237

1505

196

357

56

9

35

169

49/72

130

233

536

40

2006

54

.244

1320

158

322

47

7

17

140

54/80

106

276

434

30

2005

54

.192

1300

95

249

50

6

8

81

43/58

99

312

335

30

2004

52

.230

1327

135

305

53

5

11

104

56/74

89

205

401

36

2003

68

.315

1828

332

575

89

15

61

298

50/72

130

236

877

22

2002

54

.268

1380

204

370

70

11

10

171

50/65

123

287

492

23

2001

58

.306

1567

266

479

67

18

20

224

24/36

140

320

642

12

2000

57

.308

1525

295

470

57

30

29

256

33/44

125

343

674

19

1999

53

.286

1364

242

390

43

32

17

198

38/51

131

394

548

20

1998

43

.314

1129

223

354

49

16

7

191

16/25

111

246

456

30

1997

60

.355

1720

413

610

66

40

42

361

22/28

156

288

882

12

1996

24

.281

665

95

187

31

12

6

73

18/25

34

130

260

11

1995

55

.309

1603

242

495

48

26

15

207

9/17

98

76

640

9

1994

22

.334

604

104

202

21

10

4

82

27

28

255

0

1993

49

.315

1323

255

417

55

17

7

212

146

75

524

10

6/8 8/13

1992

43

.294

1173

200

345

34

14

3

160

23/35

112

51

416

10

1991

43

.291

1120

239

326

31

16

5

166

50/66

155

61

404

6

1990

48

.278

1260

209

350

27

25

3

161

39/46

143

34

436

2

PITCHING Year

W-L

ERA

SV

CG

SHO

IP

2010

26-29

3.64

5

24

3

357.1

H 419

R

ER

BB

SO

HR

246

186

142

268

46

2009

22-32

1.86

1

27

12

368.0

331

146

98

120

291

16

2008

24-36

3.16

2

44

5

392.2

425

246

177

165

315

35

2007

31-27

2.69

5

29

12

406.0

349

204

156

184

423

31

2006

15-39

4.69

2

15

5

341.2

389

299

229

202

300

28

2005

7-47

3.32

0

21

2

356.1

386

247

169

147

275

19

2004

26-26

2.06

0

32

16

360.1

281

149

106

164

350

7

2003

53-15

1.39

0

48

24

464.2

321

140

92

166

433

9

2002

41-13

0.92

3

39

26

371.0

240

77

49

84

302

5

2001

44-14

0.72

0

50

25

396.2

260

85

41

91

308

1

2000

40-17

1.50

2

44

15

387.2

287

121

83

132

239

4

1999

41-12

1.22

3

39

22

349.0

235

100

61

59

268

4

1998

30-13

2.17

4

32

6

280.0

241

110

87

105

107

7

1997

52-7

1.07

0

46

22

405.0

239

99

62

176

414

4

1996

51-12

0.90

4

51

28

434.2

228

77

56

143

406

2

1995

43-12

1.14

0

50

19

393.0

273

90

64

83

283

5

1994

33-11

0.81

1

41

16

286.1

210

54

33

57

166

1

1993

36-13

1.21

0

46

11

335.2

285

89

58

40

181

4

1992

30-13

0.99

0

39

9

298.1

242

66

42

47

170

2

1991

26-17

1.23

0

35

11

280.0

198

78

49

45

173

0

1990

33-15

1.10

2

41

20

319.0

235

74

50

69

141

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Year-by-Year Records Overall League Year Head Coach W L T W L 1969 Judy Meyer Brame — — — — 1970 Judy Meyer Brame — — — — 1971 Judy Meyer Brame — — — —

Place

1972 1973

Deanna Sciraffa Deanna Sciraffa

— 7

— 0

— 6

— 0

1st

1974 1975

Carol Benedetti Carol Benedetti

8 3

4 3

4 3

2 3

3rd 5th

1976 1977

Barbara Luick Jahn Barbara Luick Jahn

4 6

3 4

3 4

4th 4th

7 10

1978

Kristi Conklin

12

10

8

6

4th

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung Kathy DeYoung

8 9 7 9 2 19 23 30 34 33 24 33 26 30 36 33 43 51 52 30 41 40 44 41 53 26

16 16 17 15 21 17 13 12 14 1 23 28 15 17 13 13 11 12 12 7 1 13 12 17 14 13 15 26

6 5 5 7 2 7 15 17 17 12 15 18 18 17 19 16 20 20 22 17 27 22 23 24 25 14

8 9 9 7 12 5 5 3 3 8 9 10 10 7 5 6 4 4 2 7 5 10 9 8 7 10

4th 5th 6th 4th 7th 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 3rd T2nd T2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd T1st T2nd 1st 1st 1st 4th

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Karen Karen Karen Karen Karen Karen

7 15 31 24 22 26

47 39 27 1 36 32 29

— — — 9 6 15

— — — 12 15 6

6th 7th 1st

Totals

1973-Present

Yoder Yoder Yoder Yoder Yoder Yoder

645 630

3

448 233

Aggie Coaching History Coach (Years)

Record

Deanna Sciraffa (1972-73) Carol Benedetti (1974-75) Barbara Luick Jahn (1976-77) Kristi Conklin (1978) Kathy DeYoung (1979-2004) Karen Yoder (2005-09)

7-0* 11-7 10-17 12-10 777-402-2 125-210-1

Pct. 1.000 .611 .370 .545 .659 .374

* Incomplete record for 1972.

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All-Time Series Records OPPONENT

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PCT.

Alabama-Birmingham................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Abilene Christian........................................ 1-0............ 1.000 American Int’l (Mass.)................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Arizona State............................................ 0-3............ .000 Auburn..................................................... 0-1............ .000 Augustana (S.D.)....................................... 2-0............ 1.000 Azusa Pacific............................................. 1-2............ .333 Bethany................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Bloomsburg (Pa.)...................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Brigham Young.......................................... 1-1............. .500 BYU-Hawaii............................................... 2-0............ 1.000 Cal Baptist................................................ 2-0............ 1.000 Cal Lutheran............................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Cal Poly Pomona....................................... 0-1............ .000 CAL POLY........................................18-20........... .474 Cal State Bakersfield........................... 33-33-1............ .500 Cal State Dominguez Hills......................... 34-9............ .791 Cal State East Bay................................. 63-32............ .663 CAL STATE FULLERTON.................... 5-13........... .273 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE................ 4-21........... .160 Cal State San Bernardino.......................... 30-2............ .938 Cal State Stanislaus............................... 86-23............ .789 CALIFORNIA..................................... 6-19............ .240 California (Pa.)......................................... 1-1............ .500 Canisius.................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Central Oklahoma...................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Central Washington.................................... 2-0............ 1.000 Chaminade............................................... 4-1............ .800 Chapman.................................................. 5-3............ .625 Charlotte.................................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Chico State........................................... 89-36............ .725 COLORADO STATE..............................3-1............ .750 Connecticut............................................... 3-1.............. .750 Concordia (Calif.)...................................... 2-0............ 1.000 East Carolina............................................. 0-1.............. .000 Eastern Illinois........................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Florida..................................................... 0-1.............. .000 Florida Southern........................................ 1-2............ .333 Fordham.................................................. 1-0............ 1.000 FRESNO STATE.................................. 0-7......... .000 Georgia.................................................... 0-1............ .000 Georgia College & State............................. 2-0............ 1.000 Grand Canyon........................................... 3-1.............. .750 Gustavus Adolphus..................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Harvard.................................................... 2-2............ .500 HAWAI’I...............................................1-2..............333 Hawaii-Hilo............................................... 5-4............ .556 Hawaii Pacific............................................ 4-1............ .800 Humboldt State..................................... 35-54.............. .393 Illinois . ................................................... 0-2............ .000 Illinois State.............................................. 0-1.............. .000 Indiana.................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Iona........................................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Iowa........................................................ 0-1............ .000 Iowa State................................................ 1-0............ 1.000 James Madison......................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Kennesaw State........................................ 1-1............ .500 Kent State................................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Kentucky.................................................. 0-2............ . .000 La Verne................................................... 2-0............ 1.000

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OPPONENT

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PCT.

Liberty..................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Linfield..................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 LONG BEACH STATE........................ 6-15.......... .286 Louisville.................................................. 0-1............. .000 Loyola (Ill.).............................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Loyola Marymount..................................... 1-2............. .333 Menlo College........................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Merrimack................................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Metro State.............................................. 0-1............ .000 Minnesota................................................ 0-2............ .000 Minnesota State-Mankato........................ 0-0-1............ .000 Mississippi State........................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Missouri................................................... 0-1............. .000 Nebraska-Kearney...................................... 0-1............ .000 Nebraska-Omaha....................................... 1-1............ .500 NEVADA............................................ 8-19............ .296 New York Tech.......................................... 2-0............ 1.000 NORTH DAKOTA STATE......................2-1........... .667 Northern Iowa........................................... 1-0............ 1.000 NORTHWESTERN................................0-2........... .000 Notre Dame.............................................. 0-1............. .000 Notre Dame de Namur.............................. 10-0............ 1.000 Ohio........................................................ 1-0............ 1.000 Oregon.................................................... 0-6........... .000 Oregon College.......................................... 1-0............ 1.000 OREGON STATE.................................. 0-5.......... .000 Oregon Tech.............................................. 4-0............ 1.000 PACIFIC............................................ 8-14........... .364 Pacific Lutheran......................................... 2-0............ 1.000 Penn State............................................... 0-1.............. .000 PORTLAND STATE..........................21-16............ .568 Princeton.................................................. 1-2............ .333 Providence................................................ 0-1............. .000 Purdue..................................................... 1-2............. .333 SACRAMENTO STATE.................... 30-57........... .345 SAINT MARY’S (Calif.)................ 28-10........... .737 Saint Mary’s (Texas).................................. 2-0............ 1.000 St. Francis................................................ 2-0............ 1.000 St. John’s................................................. 1-0............ 1.000 St. Martin’s............................................... 1-0............ 1.000 SAN DIEGO........................................ 3-0......... 1.000 San Diego State....................................... 0-4............. .000 San Francisco............................................ 5-7............ .417 San Francisco State................................ 88-28............. .772 SAN JOSE STATE................................ 3-6............ .333 SANTA CLARA................................33-15............ .689 Seattle..................................................... 1-0........... 1.000 Seton Hall................................................ 1-0........... 1.000 Simon Fraser............................................ 1-1............. .500 Sonoma State....................................... 91-33............ .734 Southern Illinois......................................... 0-1............ .000 Southern Oregon....................................... 1-1............ .500 SOUTHERN UTAH...............................1-1........... .500 Southwest Oklahoma State......................... 1-0............ 1.000 STANFORD....................................... 9-12........... .429 Tennessee................................................. 0-3............. .000 Texas....................................................... 0-1............. .000 Texas A&M-Kingsville.................................. 0-1.............. .000 Texas Woman’s......................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Texas Tech................................................ 0-2............ .000

OPPONENT

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PCT.

UCLA....................................................... 0-2............ .000 UC RIVERSIDE............................... 27-11........... .711 UC San Diego.......................................... 15-7............. .682 UC SANTA BARBARA...................... 5-18........... .217 UC Santa Cruz........................................... 1-0........... 1.000 UNLV....................................................... 1-4............. .200 Utah........................................................ 3-2............. .600 Utah State................................................ 2-2............ .500 UTEP........................................................ 1-1............. .500 Valdosta State (Ga.).................................. 2-0............ 1.000 Vanguard.................................................. 2-0............ 1.000 Vermont................................................... 1-0............ 1.000 Washington.............................................. 0-1............. .000 Wayne State (Mich.)................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Wayne State (Neb.)................................... 1-0............ 1.000 West Florida.............................................. 1-0............ 1.000 Western New Mexico................................. 7-1............ .875 Western Oregon........................................ 3-0............ 1.000 Western Washington.................................. 4-1............ .800 Wintrhop.................................................. 1-0........... 1.000 Wisconsin................................................. 0-1............. .000 Wisconsin-Parkside..................................... 0-1............ .000 2011 OPPONENTS IN BOLD CAPS First-time opponents in 2011: Albany, Boise State, Howard, Memphis, Texas State, Utah Valley.

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Postseason History 1986 NCAA West Regional (Northridge, Calif.) Cal Poly 2, UC Davis 1 (11 inn.) Cal State Northridge 3, UC Davis 0 1987 NCAA West Regional (Sacramento, Calif.) Sacramento State 2, UC Davis 1 UC Davis 1, Cal State Northridge 0 Cal State Northridge 3, UC Davis 2 (Aggies finished 2nd) 1993 NCAA West Regional (Arcata, Calif.) Cal State Bakersfield 1, UC Davis 0 UC Davis 4, Portland State 2 UC Davis 4, Humboldt State 3 (8 inns.) UC Davis 1, Cal State Bakersfield 0 UC Davis 4, Cal State Bakersfield 2 (Won region) 1993 NCAA Championship (Shawnee, Kan.) Florida Southern 2, UC Davis 1 UC Davis 2, Bloomsburg (Pa.) 1 (11 inns.) Florida Southern 2, UC Davis 0 (Finished 3rd nationally) 1994 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) Humboldt State 1, UC Davis 0 UC Davis 3, Cal Poly 0 Humboldt State 2, UC Davis 0 (Finished 2nd) 1995 NCAA West Regional (Arcata, Calif.) UC Davis 3, Cal State Bakersfield 2 Humboldt State 9, UC Davis 2 UC Davis 3, Cal State Bakersfield 2 UC Davis 5, Humboldt State 2 Humboldt State 4, UC Davis 1 (Finished 2nd) 1996 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) UC Davis 3, Humboldt State 0 UC Davis 4, Portland State 1 UC Davis 3, Portland State 0 (Won region) 1996 NCAA Championship (Emporia, Kan.) Nebraska-Kearney 1, UC Davis 0 (8 inns.) UC Davis 2, Florida Southern 0 UC Davis 7, California (Pa.) 0 UC Davis 5, Kennesaw State (Ga.) 1 Nebraska-Omaha 4, UC Davis 0 (Finished 3rd nationally) 1997 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) UC Davis 6, Humboldt State 0 UC Davis 7, Cal State Bakersfield 0 UC Davis 6, Cal State Bakersfield 4 (Won region)

1999 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) Humboldt State 3, UC Davis 0 Cal State Bakersfield 4, UC Davis 2 Hawaii Pacific 3, Cal State Bakersfield 1 2000 NCAA West Regional (Arcata, Calif.) UC Davis 8, Humboldt State 2 UC Davis 6, Cal State Stanislaus 1 Cal State Stanislaus 2, UC Davis 1 UC Davis 4, Cal State Stanislaus 1 (Aggies won region) 2000 NCAA Championship (Columbus, Ga.) UC Davis 11, West Florida 10 Kennesaw State (Ga.) 1, UC Davis 0 UC Davis 4, Merrimack (Mass.) 3 North Dakota State 6, UC Davis 1 (Aggies finished 3rd nationally) 2001 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) UC Davis 2, Cal State Bakersfield 1 (9 inn.) Humboldt State 3, UC Davis 2 UC Davis 3, Cal State Stanislaus 1 Humboldt State 2, UC Davis 1 2002 NCAA West Regional (Davis, Calif.) UC Davis 1, Humboldt State 0 Chico State 2, UC Davis 1 UC Davis 2, Western New Mexico 0 Cal State Bakersfield 2, UC Davis 0 2003 NCAA West Regional (Bakersfield, Calif.) UC Davis 4, Western Washington 2 UC Davis 5, Western New Mexico 0 2003 NCAA Championship (Salem, Ore.) UC Davis 9, Wayne State (Mich.) 0 UC Davis 7, North Dakota State 5 UC Davis 4, Georgia College & State 1 UC Davis 5, Saint Mary’s (Texas) 3 (8 inn.) UC Davis 7, Georgia College & State 0 (Aggies won national championship) 2010 NCAA Stanford Regional (Stanford, Calif.) Hawai’i 10, UC Davis 2 Texas Tech 1, UC Davis 0

1997 NCAA Championship (Salem, Va.) UC Davis 1, American International (Mass.) 0 UC Davis 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1 California (Pa.) 1, UC Davis 0 Wisconsin-Parkside 3, UC Davis 0 (Finished 3rd nationally) 1998 NCAA West Regional (Bakersfield, Calif.) Cal State Bakersfield 4, UC Davis 2 UC Riverside 3, UC Davis 1 The 2010 Aggies made the first postseason appearance of the program’s Division I era, qualifying for the NCAA Stanford Regional.

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AT BATS 8 players tied with.............................................................................................8 RUNS Trisha Reinhardt vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997......................................................6 HITS Sarah Axelson vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2/13/10............................. 5 Emily Hetnzer vs. Hawaii Pacific, 4/24/04 Jenny Hall at S.F. State, 1999 Trisha Reinhardt (3x) last vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997 DOUBLES Trisha Reinhardt vs. Sonoma State, 1996.............................................................3 TRIPLES Shyamala White (3x), last vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 2002.......................................2 Beth Clifford (2x), last vs. S.F. State, 1997 Sharlie Cunningham vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997 Erin Farnand vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997 HOME RUNS Trisha Reinhardt vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997......................................................3 RUNS BATTED IN Trisha Reinhardt vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997....................................................11 TOTAL BASES Trisha Reinhardt vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997....................................................17 WALKS Jenny Hall vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2000............................................................4 Trisha Reinhardt vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997 Bridgit Crews vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997 SACRIFICE HITS Kristen Strong vs. Sonoma (12 inn.), 1997..........................................................4 Emily Hetzner vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2003.......................................................3 JoĂŠl Benegar vs. Portland State, 1997.................................................................3 STOLEN BASES Emily Hetnzer vs. Chico State, 4/14/04..............................................................3

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TEAM BATTING AB vs. Sonoma State (18 inn..), 1997...................................................................67 R vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997..........................................................................30 H vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997..........................................................................27 2B (2x) last vs. Cal State San Bernardino, 2003........................................................6 3B vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997............................................................................6 HR vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997............................................................................5 RBI vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997..........................................................................30 TB vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997..........................................................................55 BB vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 1997..........................................................................13 K vs. Minnesota, 3/16/04.................................................................................16 SH (4x) last vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2000..............................................................5 SF (10x) last CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE, 5/8/09........................................................2 SB (4x), last vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 2/13/10...................................... 5 LOB vs. Humboldt State (14 inn.), 1995..................................................................20 Margin vs. Cal State Stanislaus (30-3), 1997................................................................27

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Trisha Reinhardt vs. Sonoma State (12 inn.), 1997.............................................27 Kim Wilson vs. Humboldt State, 1995................................................................12 Kim Wilson vs. Humboldt State, 1995..................................................................5

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vs. Sonoma State (18 inn.), 1997....................................................................54 vs. Sonoma State (18 inn.), 1997....................................................................28 (11x) last CALIFORNIA, 4/29/09.......................................................................5

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED Sherry Perez vs. Sacramento State, 1984...........................................................17 HITS ALLOWED Danielle de la Porte vs. Cal State San Bernardino, 1999.......................................16 RUNS ALLOWED Lindsay Tognetti vs. Minnesota, 3/16/04..........................................................15 EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Danielle de la Porte vs. Cal State San Bernardino, 1999.......................................12 WALKS ALLOWED Gena Weber vs. Sonoma State, 1996..................................................................9 HIT BATTERS Rachel Kelly, vs. Cal State Northridge, 4/2/05.....................................................5 STRIKEOUTS Lindsay Tognetti vs. Iowa State, 3/10/07.........................................................19 DOUBLES ALLOWED Lindsay Tognetti at Nevada, 4/18/07.................................................................5 TRIPLES ALLOWED DANA WALDUSKY at UNLV, 2/14/10................................................... 3 HOME RUNS ALLOWED Lindsay Tognetti at Santa Clara, 3/3/07..............................................................4

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vs. Sonoma State, 1997..................................................................................18 vs. Florida, 3/7/10................................................................................ 16 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/04.................................................................................19 vs. Florida, 3/7/10................................................................................ 14 vs. Texas, 2/27/10................................................................................ 14 vs. Sonoma State, 1996..................................................................................10 at UC Santa Barbara, 4/14/07........................................................................19 (3x) last at Nevada, 4/18/07...........................................................................5 at UNLV, 2/14/10.................................................................................... 3 vs. Texas, 2/27/10.................................................................................. 5

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Career Records INDIVIDUAL BATTING BATTING AVG. (Min. 200 AB) 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97....................................................................................... .400 2. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................396 3. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................391 4. Lynn Clopper, 1977-80........................................................................................... .377 5. Kim Nelson, 1991-94............................................................................................. .373 6. Sue Gundersen, 1992-95........................................................................................ .371 7. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................365 8. Robyn Kamisher, 1995-98....................................................................................... .361 9. Rushia Turner, 1992-94........................................................................................... .354 10. Allison Grant, 1989-92.......................................................................................... .354 AT BATS 1. Belinda Paine, 2006-09.............................................................................................666 2. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................663 3. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................657 4. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................636 5. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97..........................................................................................620 6. Kim Wilson, 1991, ’93-95.........................................................................................612 7. Heather Hunter, 1993-96...........................................................................................596 8. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000.....................................................................................589 9. Nikki Sheldon, 2004-07.............................................................................................572 10 Holly Shurrum, 1996-99...........................................................................................571 RUNS 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97..........................................................................................171 2. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................158 3. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................149 4. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................145 5. Holly Shurrum, 1996-99............................................................................................121 6. Kim Wilson, 1991, ’93-95.........................................................................................109 7. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03............................................................................................106 8. Lisa Brown, 1988-91.................................................................................................102 9. Mickie Weekly, 1985-88............................................................................................100 10. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000.....................................................................................98

TRIPLES 1. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.......................................................................................29 2. Lisa Brown, 1988-91...................................................................................................26 3. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000........................................................................23 4. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97............................................................................................19 T5. Holly Shurrum, 1996-98 . ..........................................................................................17 T5. Kim Nelson, 1991-94.................................................................................................17 7. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002................................................................................................16 8. Beth Clifford, 1995-98.................................................................................................15 9. Allison Grant, 1989-92.................................................................................................14 T10. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000...................................................................................12 T10. Kim Wilson, 1991, ’93-95........................................................................................12 T10. Mickie Weekly, 1985-88...........................................................................................12 HOME RUNS 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97............................................................................................48 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000........................................................................34 T3. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................21 T3. Shyamala White, 1999-2002......................................................................................21 5. Deanna Menapace, 2006-09........................................................................................18 T6. Megan Turman, 2002-05............................................................................................17 T6. Sue Yale, 2001-2004................................................................................................17 T8. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03............................................................................................16 T8. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................16 10. Sarah Axelson, 2007-10.................................................................................. 13 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97..........................................................................................200 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................164 3. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................141 4. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................131 5. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................107 6. Sue Gundersen, 1992-95...........................................................................................105 7. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03............................................................................................104 8. Kim Nelson, 1991-94..................................................................................................98 T9. Robyn Kamisher, 1995-98..........................................................................................85 T9. Heather Hunter, 1993-96............................................................................................85

HITS 1. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................254 2. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97..........................................................................................248 3. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................240 4. Heather Hunter, 1993-96...........................................................................................202 T5. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002............................................................................................200 T5. Kim Wilson, 1991, ’93-95........................................................................................200 7. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................197 8. Belinda Paine, 2006-09.............................................................................................196 9. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000.....................................................................................192 10. Robyn Kamisher, 1995-98........................................................................................176 DOUBLES 1. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03..........................................................................................49 2. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002................................................................................................39 3. Nikki Sheldon, 2004-07...............................................................................................38 4. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03..............................................................................................34 T5. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97...........................................................................................29 T5. Kim Wilson, 1991, ’93-95..........................................................................................29 T5. Kim Nelson, 1991-94.................................................................................................29 T8. Shyamala White, 1999-2002......................................................................................27 T8. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000.....................................................................................27 T8. Heather Hunter, 1993-96............................................................................................27

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Trisha Reinhardt held nearly every career offensive record at UC Davis when she graduated in 1997. She later played professional ball with current Aggie head coach Karen Yoder.

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Career Records TOTAL BASES 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97..........................................................................................459 2. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................400 3. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................370 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................358 5. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................313 6. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03............................................................................................267 7. Kim Wilson, 1991 & ’93-95.......................................................................................262 8. Heather Hunter, 1993-96...........................................................................................250 9. Jennifer Bovolick, 1997-2000.....................................................................................249 10. Kim Nelson, 1991-94..............................................................................................240 SLUGGING PCT. (Min. 200 AB) 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97....................................................................................... .740 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000......................................................................734 3. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.....................................................................................629 4. Kim Nelson, 1991-94............................................................................................. .553 5. Sue Gundersen, 1992-95........................................................................................ .546 6. Lynn Clopper, 1977-80........................................................................................... .552 7. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................545 8. Lindsay Moore, 2000-03............................................................................................493 9. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................472 10. Robyn Kamisher, 1995-98..................................................................................... .459 STOLEN BASES 1. Belinda Paine, 2006-09...............................................................................................54 2. Megan De La Hoya, 2003-06........................................................................................45 3. Megan Turman, 2002-05.............................................................................................38 4. Allison Grant, 1989-92.................................................................................................34 5. Jennifer Borrelli, 2000-03.............................................................................................33 T6. Michelle Espiritu, 2007-10............................................................................... 30 T6. Kristen Strong, 1994, ’96-97......................................................................................28 8. Pam Gleason, 1986-87................................................................................................27 T9. Julie Stauder, 2006-09...............................................................................................26 T9. Laura Mier, 1988-91..................................................................................................26 WALKS T1. Julie Stauder, 2006-09...............................................................................................91 T1. Jenny Hall, 1999-2002..............................................................................................91 T1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1994-97...........................................................................................91 4. Shyamala White, 1999-2002.......................................................................................82 T5. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................64 T5. Laura Mier, 1988-91..................................................................................................64 7. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997, 1999-2000........................................................................59 8. Mickie Weekly, 1985-88..............................................................................................57 T9. Staci Smith, 1989-92.................................................................................................54 T9. Wendi Witmer, 1985-88.............................................................................................54

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING VICTORIES 1. Gena Weber, 1994-97...............................................................................................100 2. Laurie Salo, 1984-87...................................................................................................88 3. Amy Rosson, 2001-04.................................................................................................82 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03..........................................................................................79 5. Julie Astrachan, 1990-93.............................................................................................62 SHUTOUTS 1. Laurie Salo, 1984-87...................................................................................................52 2. Gena Weber, 1994-97.................................................................................................48 3. Amy Rosson, 2001-04.................................................................................................45 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03..........................................................................................40 5. Julie Astrachan, 1990-93.............................................................................................27 EARNED RUN AVG. (Min. 200 IP) 1. Gena Weber, 1994-97..............................................................................................0.71 2. Laurie Salo, 1984-87................................................................................................0.86 3. Amy Rosson, 2001-..................................................................................................0.87 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03.......................................................................................0.99 5. Julie Astrachan, 1990-93..........................................................................................1.11 INNINGS PITCHED 1. Laurie Salo, 1984-87..............................................................................................950.2 2. Gena Weber, 1994-97............................................................................................801.1 3. Amy Rosson, 2001-04............................................................................................720.1 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03.....................................................................................699.2 5. Jessica Hancock, 2005-09.......................................................................................692.0 STRIKEOUTS 1. Gena Weber, 1994-97...............................................................................................919 2. Amy Rosson, 2001-04...............................................................................................754 3. Jessica Hancock, 2005-09..........................................................................................676 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03........................................................................................508 5. Lindsay Tognetti, 2004-07..........................................................................................494 COMPLETE GAMES 1. Laurie Salo, 1984-87.................................................................................................121 2. Gena Weber, 1994-97...............................................................................................100 3. Amy Rosson, 2001-04.................................................................................................85 t4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03.........................................................................................80 t4. Julie Astrachan, 1990-93............................................................................................80 WINNING PCT. (Min. 30 decisions) 1. Gena Weber, 1994-97............................................................................................. .840 2. Lisa Howell, 1996-98.............................................................................................. .813 3. Courtney Barrett, 1999-2001................................................................................... .778 4. Susan Churchwell, 2000-03...................................................................................... .767 5. Amy Rosson, 2001-04............................................................................................. .759 CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2010 Records in Boldface

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Season Records INDIVIDUAL BATTING BATTING AVG. (Min. 100 AB) 1. Kim Nelson, 1994 (66/146)................................................................................... .452 2. Shyamala White, 2000 (73/165) . ...........................................................................442 3. Robyn Kamisher, 1998 (59/134) .......................................................................... .440 4. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997 (78/181)............................................................................ .431 5. Sharlie Cunningham, 1999 (64/152) .......................................................................421 AT BATS 1. Jennifer Borrelli, 2003 ..............................................................................................226 2. Kristen Strong, 1996 ................................................................................................213 3. Kristen Strong, 1997.................................................................................................210 4. Kim Wilson, 1995.....................................................................................................209 5. Lindsay Moore, 2003 ...............................................................................................205 RUNS 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997.................................................................................................75 T2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1999 ........................................................................................54 T2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997..........................................................................................54 4. Kristen Strong, 1997...................................................................................................51 5. Holly Shurrum, 1997...................................................................................................50 HITS 1. Susan Churchwell, 2003 .............................................................................................82 2. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997.................................................................................................78 3. Kim Wilson, 1995.......................................................................................................77 4. Lindsay Moore, 2003 .................................................................................................76 T5. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997..........................................................................................74 T5. Kristen Strong, 1997..................................................................................................74 DOUBLES T1. Lindsay Moore, 2003 ................................................................................................16 T1. Susan Churchwell, 2002 ............................................................................................16 T1. Kim Nelson, 1994......................................................................................................16 4. Susan Churchwell, 2003 .............................................................................................15 5. Jenny Hall, 2002 .......................................................................................................14 TRIPLES 1. Kim Nelson, 1994.......................................................................................................10 T2. Shyamala White, 2000 ...............................................................................................9 T2. Shyamala White, 1999 ..............................................................................................9 T2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1999 ..........................................................................................9 T2. Beth Clifford, 1997......................................................................................................9 T2. Chris Cavalli, 1988.......................................................................................................9

SACRIFICES 1. Libby Bivings, 2001 . ..................................................................................................31 T2. Jennifer Bovolick, 2000 . ...........................................................................................27 T2. Kim Dean, 1993........................................................................................................27 4. Holly Shurrum, 1997...................................................................................................26 5. Tia Orr, 1996..............................................................................................................25 HIT BY PITCH 1. Jessica Gonzalez, 2010...................................................................................... 22 2. Nikki Sheldon, 2005...................................................................................................20 3. Nikki Sheldon, 2004...................................................................................................17 T4. Julie Stauder, 2009....................................................................................................13 T4. Nikki Sheldon, 2006..................................................................................................13 STOLEN BASES 1. Megan Turman, 2004..................................................................................................20 T2. Kristen Strong, 1996..................................................................................................19 T2. Pam Gleason, 1987...................................................................................................19 T4. Belinda Paine, 2008..................................................................................................17 T4. Michelle Espiritu, 2008...............................................................................................17 SLUGGING AVERAGE 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997............................................................................................. .862 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997....................................................................................... .776 3. Kim Nelson, 1994................................................................................................... .740 4. Trisha Reinhardt, 1995............................................................................................. .734 5. Trisha Reinhardt, 1996............................................................................................. .723 WALKS 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997.................................................................................................44 2. Julie Stauder, 2007.....................................................................................................31 3. Susan Churchwell, 2003 .............................................................................................30 4. Sharlie Cunningham, 1999 .........................................................................................29 T5. Julie Stauder, 2008....................................................................................................26 T5. Shyamala White, 2002 .............................................................................................26 T5. Jenny Hall, 2001 . ....................................................................................................26 T5. Shyamala White, 2001 .............................................................................................26 CONSECUTIVE-GAME HITTING STREAK Kim Nelson, 3/27/93 - 5/15/93................................................................................22 CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2010 Records in Boldface

HOME RUNS 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997.................................................................................................20 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997...........................................................................................17 3. Susan Churchwell, 2003 .............................................................................................16 4. Trisha Reinhardt, 1996.................................................................................................14 5. Megan Turman, 2003 .................................................................................................13 6. Trisha Reinhardt, 1995.................................................................................................12 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Trisha Reinhardt, 1997.................................................................................................75 2. Sharlie Cunningham, 1997...........................................................................................67 3. Sharlie Cunningham, 2000 ..........................................................................................59 4. Trisha Reinhardt, 1996.................................................................................................55 5. Susan Churchwell, 2003 .............................................................................................53

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Kim Nelson hit .452 in 1994, ranking among Division II leaders and setting a school record that has stood up for more than a decade.

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Season Records INDIVIDUAL PITCHING VICTORIES 1. Laurie Salo, 1987.......................................................................................................32 2. Gena Weber, 1996......................................................................................................30 T3. Amy Rosson, 2003 ...................................................................................................29 T3. Gena Weber, 1997....................................................................................................29 T5. Amy Rosson, 2002 ...................................................................................................23 T5. Lisa Howell, 1997.....................................................................................................23 T5. Gena Weber, 1995....................................................................................................23 T5. Jami Brandenberger, 1988..........................................................................................23 T5. Laurie Salo, 1986......................................................................................................23 SHUTOUTS 1. Laurie Salo, 1987.......................................................................................................21 T2. Gena Weber, 1996....................................................................................................17 T2. Laurie Salo, 1986......................................................................................................17 4. Susan Churchwell, 2001..............................................................................................14 T5. Amy Rosson, 2004....................................................................................................13 T5. Amy Rosson, 2003 ...................................................................................................13 T5. Amy Rosson, 2002 ...................................................................................................13 T5. Gena Weber, 1995....................................................................................................13 T5. Jami Brandenberger, 1988..........................................................................................13 EARNED RUN AVG. (1 IP/team game) 1. Susan Churchwell, 2001 ..........................................................................................0.21 2. Courtney Barrett, 1999 ...........................................................................................0.33 3. Laurie Salo, 1987....................................................................................................0.50 4. Kris Kirchner, 1992...................................................................................................0.56 5. Gena Weber, 1997...................................................................................................0.60 INNINGS PITCHED 1. Laurie Salo, 1987..................................................................................................309.0 2. Gena Weber, 1996.................................................................................................250.1 3. Jessica Hancock, 2008............................................................................................248.2 4. Jami Brandenberger, 1988......................................................................................238.2 5. Laurie Salo, 1985..................................................................................................236.0 STRIKEOUTS 1. Gena Weber, 1997....................................................................................................310 2. Gena Weber, 1996....................................................................................................286 3. Amy Rosson, 2003 . .................................................................................................240 4. Amy Rosson, 2004....................................................................................................226 5. Jessica Hancock, 2008...............................................................................................225 COMPLETE GAMES 1. Laurie Salo, 1987.......................................................................................................43 2. Jami Brandenberger, 1988...........................................................................................35 3. Laurie Salo, 1985.......................................................................................................34 4. Gena Weber, 1996......................................................................................................30 5. Jessica Hancock, 2008.................................................................................................29

CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES Amy Rosson, 2/8-3/30/02 ........................................................................................12 WINNING PCT. (Min. 15 decisions) 1. Lisa Howell, 1997 . ...................................................................................... (23-2) .920 2. Courtney Barrett, 1999 ................................................................................. (18-2) .900 3. Amy Rosson, 2002 . ..................................................................................... (23-3) .885 4. Susan Churchwell, 2001 ............................................................................... (19-3) .864 5. Gena Weber, 1994........................................................................................ (18-3) .857

TEAM RECORDS BATTING Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB Slg. SB BB K Sac

1997.................................................................................................... .355 2003 ....................................................................................................1828 1997...................................................................................................... 413 1997.......................................................................................................610 2003 ....................................................................................................... 89 1997.........................................................................................................40 2003 ........................................................................................................61 1997...................................................................................................... 361 1997...................................................................................................... 882 1997.................................................................................................... .513 2008........................................................................................................ 60 1997.......................................................................................................156 2005...................................................................................................... 312 1993.......................................................................................................109

FIELDING Pct. 1996.................................................................................................... .971 PITCHING ERA W Pct. GP IP CG SHO SO

2001 .....................................................................................................0.72 2003 .......................................................................................................53 1997........................................................................................ (52-7-1) .881 2003 .......................................................................................................68 2003 ..................................................................................................464.2 1995.........................................................................................................51 1996.........................................................................................................28 2003 .....................................................................................................433

CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 2/22/95 - 4/2/95....................................................................................20 CURRENT AGGIES IN CAPS 2010 Records in Boldface

CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS Susan Churchwell, 2/14-4/7/01 ..............................................................................70.0 Amy Rosson, 5/3/02-2/14/03................................................................................64.2 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS w/o EARNED RUN Susan Churchwell, 2/14-4/7/01 ..............................................................................78.1 Amy Rosson, 5/11/03-2/18/04..............................................................................69.1

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Aggie Award Winners ALL-AMERICANS

ALL-REGION (FIRST TEAM ONLY)

2003 Susan Churchwell NFCA First Team, DP Easton Third Team, AL Amy Rosson NFCA Third Team, P Easton First Team, P College Softball (all divisions), P 2002 Shyamala White NFCA First Team, OF Amy Rosson NFCA Second Team, P 2001 Susan Churchwell NFCA Third Team, P Shyamala White NFCA Second Team, OF 2000 Sharlie Cunningham NFCA Third Team, 1B Shyamala White NFCA Third Team, OF 1998 Robyn Kamisher NFCA Second Team, SS 1997 Sharlie Cunningham NFCA First Team, DP Trisha Reinhardt NFCA First Team, 1B Gena Weber NFCA First Team, P 1996 Gena Weber NSCA First Team, P Heather Hunter NSCA Second Team, C Lisa Howell NSCA Third Team, P 1995 Gena Weber NSCA First Team, P 1994 Kim Nelson NSCA First Team, OF 1993 Kim Nelson NSCA Third Team, OF 1988 Wendi Witmer NSCA Second Team, 2B 1987 Laurie Salo NSCA Second Team, P 1986 Laurie Salo NSCA Second Team. P

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1988 1987 1986

CAL AGGIE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME SOFTBALL INDUCTEES Inducted Julie Astrachan (1990-93) 2001 Susan Churchwell (2000-03) 2009 Pam Gill-Fisher (1968-71) 1984 Heather Hunter (1993-96) 2003 Barbara Iten (1970-71) 1982 Robyn Kamisher (1995-98) 2005 Kimberly A. Nelson (1990-94) 2002

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Inducted Trisha Reinhardt (1994-97) 2004 Amy Rosson (2001-04) 2010 Laurie Salo (1984-87) 1993 Gena Weber (1994-97) 2004 Wendi Witmer-Wegener (1985-88) 1995 Shyamala White (1998-2002) 2008

Susan Churchwell, DP Amy Rosson, P Suzanne Yale, 1B Megan Turman, C Amy Rosson, P Shyamala White, OF Susan Churchwell, P Shyamala White, OF Jennifer Bovolick, 2B Sharlie Cunningham, 1B Shyamala White, OF Courtney Barrett, P Robyn Kamisher, SS Beth Clifford, OF Sharlie Cunningham, DP Trisha Reinhardt, 1B Gena Weber, P Gena Weber, P Lisa Howell, P Heather Hunter, C Gena Weber, P Heather Hunter, C Sue Gundersen, OF Kim Nelson, OF Kate Shurrum, SS Kim Nelson, OF Kate Shilstone, C Julie Astrachan, P Wendi Witmer, 2B Laurie Salo, P Laurie Salo, P

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT/ALL-AMERICA 2008 Deanna Menapace Second Team, All-District VIII 2007 Deanna Menapace First Team, All-District VIII 2003 Susan Churchwell Second Team, All-America Lindsay Moore First Team, All-District VIII Sue Yale Second Team, All-District VIII Michelle Malbon Second Team All-District VIII 2002 Susan Churchwell Third Team, All-America Jenny Hall First Team, All-District VIII 2001 Susan Churchwell First Team, All-District VIII Amy Rutschow First Team, All-District VIII 1995 Kim Wilson First Team, All-District VIII 1994 Kim Wilson First Team, All-District VIII 1993 Kim Wilson First Team, All-District VIII

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Aggie Award Winners ALL-CONFERENCE (FIRST TEAM ONLY) 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Alex Holmes, P/DP** Elizabeth Santana, SS*** Alex Holmes, P Jessica Hancock, P Jessica Hancock, P Deanna Menapace, C Mandi Salcido, SS Ashley Johnson, C Lindsay Tognetti, P Rachel Kelly, P Michelle Malbon, DP Amy Rosson, P Susan Churchwell, P Lindsay Moore, 3B Amy Rosson, At-Large Suzanne Yale, 1B Amy Rosson, P** Shyamala White, OF Susan Churchwell, P** Angie Linsenmeyer, C Shyamala White, OF Jennifer Bovolick, 2B Sharlie Cunningham, 1B Jenny Hall, At-Large Shyamala White, OF Courtney Barrett, P** Sharlie Cunningham, SS* Jenny Hall, OF Robyn Kamisher, IF* Beth Clifford, OF Gena Weber, P** Trisha Reinhardt, IF* Jennifer Bovolick, IF Beth Clifford, OF Sharlie Cunningham, Utility Gena Weber, P** Heather Hunter, C Trisha Reinhardt, IF Kristen Strong, OF Gena Weber, P** Heather Hunter, C Trisha Reinhardt, IF Sue Gundersen, OF Laurie Gallagher, Utility Kim Nelson, OF* Gena Weber, P Kate Shurrum, IF Julie Astrachan, P** Kim Nelson, OF Kate Shurrum, SS Julie Astrachan, P** Allison Grant, OF Mia Rexroth, SS Julie Astrachan, P** Becki Wattenbarger, OF Laura Mier, 3B Laura Bates, SS Allison Grant, OF Carolyn Hawkins, P

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1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Lisa Brown, OF Laurie Dolan, P Mickie Weekly, SS* Wendy Witmer, 2B Carla Leek, C Jami Brandenberger, P Chris Cavalli, Util. Laurie Salo, P* Carla Leek, C Mickie Weekly, SS Linda Wilson, 3B Pam Gleason, OF Laurie Salo, P* Laurel Karren, OF Wendi Witmer, 2B Mickie Weekly, SS Carla Leek, C Laurie Salo, P Wendi Witmer, 2B Laurie Salo, P Angela Vasconcellos, 2B Karen Swanson, OF None Terri Miller, 2B Debbie Qualey, OF None None Lynn Clopper, SS-P

* - Conference Player of the Year ** - Conference Pitcher of the Year *** - Conference Freshman of the Year AFFILIATIONS 2008-Present: Big West Conference 2005-2007: Div. I Independent 1999-2004: California Collegiate Athletic Association 1983-1998: Northern California Athletic Conference 1974-1982: Golden State Conference

Gena Weber (left) and Julie Astrachan (right) each earned Northern California Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year honors three times. Both pitchers are enshrined in the Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Fame (see facing page).

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All-Time Letterwinners Adame, Breanna Adams, Delores Nell Adams, Mary Pat Alameida, Kimberley A. Amaral, P.K. Anderson, Patricia Joyce Aradi, Erin Felicia Araujo, Marissa Arthur, Jacqueline Astrachan, Julie Allison Axelson, Sarah Bainbridge, Laura Ellen Bair, Seeley Barrett, Courtney Bartig, Lois Claire Bates, Laura Sue Benedetti, Carol Lee Benegar, Joel Benjamin, Margorie Jean Benzing, Stacey Bielefeld, Ann E. Billings, Marcia Elizabeth Bivings, Libby Bluff, Patricia L. Bonino, Frances L. Bonsall, Janie Elizabeth Booth, Marcy Lyn Boren, Catherine Mae Borrelli, Jennifer Boswell, Sarah Ann Bovolick, Jen Bowling, Cathy Lynn Boyd, Dema Brandenburger, Jami Dee Briesenick, Keirith Erica Briggs, Linda Rae Bristow, Nancy Brooks, Julie Victoria Brothwell, Cynthia Lynn Brown, Lisa Kimberly Brown, Shannan B. Brueckner, Carie Burton, Nancy Joyce Butler, Mary Kathryn Cardey, Charlotte Elizabeth Cardinet, Therese Annette Cashin, Charlotte Anne CASTILLO, BIANCA Caughlin, Lisa Jean Cavalli, Christina Michelle Chapman, Barbara Lynn Church, Barbara A. Churchwell, Susan Clark, Karla S. Clary, Jodi L’Nette Clifford, Elizabeth A. Clopper, Lynn Ellen Compton, Carolyn Sue Conklin, Joyce R. Conrad, Lori Marie Conrad, Susan C. Contreras, Leslie Ann Corbett, Jenny Corrao, Kathryn R. Cox, Karen A. Cox, Lindsay Cox, Mary Elizabeth Cresta, Jenna Crews, Bridgit

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Crozier, Linda Ellen Cunningham, Sharlie Curry, Leann Ramona D’Arcy, Suzanne Gayle Davies, Marie Davis, Audrey Aileen Davis, Chris Davis, Erin Nicholle Davis, Jessica Davis, Miriam J. “Mimi” De La Hoya, Megan De La Porte, Danielle Dean, Kimberly Michelle Dean, Tracy Defenbaugh, Debbie Kaye Delgado, Cecilia Diederich, Sharon Ann Dolan, Deirdre Carmel “Deedee” Dolan, Laurie Kay Dueck, Tiffany DuHamel, Susanne Beth Dunlap, Kathleen Edmiston, Susan Cheryl Eisenhauer, Amy R. Ellis, Judith Ann Emde, Erin Espiritu, Michelle FAN, KYLIE Farnard, Erin C. Ferrero, Christa L. Fine, Clarice B. Fitzmaurice, Andrea Joan Fletcher, Barbara Frances Ford, Mary Johanna Frankenstein, Keri Michele Franti, Rebecca Lee Frederick, Milicent Sperry Fruchtenicht, Lynne Ann Fumagalli, Laura Clare Gallagher, Laurie Jean Garms, Dorothy Eleanor Gasber, Tracy Ann Gates, Pamela Dawn Gee, Karen Ann Geissler, Jeanne M. Gill, Pamela Louise Gleason, Pamela Jean Glimstad, Karen Marie Golding, Randi GONZALEZ, JESSICA Grant, Allison Anne Gregory, Janet Joy Grimm, Christina Grugan, Melba M. Guenther, Lynda Ann Gundersen, Susan Nicole GUZMAN, MEGAN Haffey, Shannon Hains, Stacy Hale, Clarissa Lark Hall, Jenny Hall, Johanna Kathleen Hamilton, Andorra Hancock, Jessica Hannan, Roxanne Hanson, Kate Hardy, Joanne HARMAN, KELLY Harris, Joann

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Harris, Lori Harritt, Nancy Jane Hawkins, Carolyn Patricia Hayos, Meredith Lee “Meri” Healy, Megan F. Hein, Mary Theresa Henchell, Heidi Margaret Hendrickx, Julie Lynn Herrera, Kristin Hetzner, Emily Hill, Marci Hincliffe, Jane Elizabeth HOLMES, ALEX Hoffman, Cynthia Jean Hoffman, Diane Honeychurch, Nancy Caroline Howell, Alice Ann Howell, Cathey Madeline Howell, Lisa Hsuch, Teh-Ying “Boots” Huffman, Gerry Lynn Hull, Kelly Marie Humphrey, Juliana Beth Hunter, Heather Lucia Isenberg, Gerda Virginia Iten, Barbara Lee Jewett, Virginia M. Johnsen, Kathryn Ann Johnson (Dorsett), Robin L. Johnson, Ashley Johnson, Penelope Lorraine Jones, Lindsey Jones, Samantha D. Kamisher, Robyn Karren, Laurel Anna Kearns, Kali Keller, Mary Pat Kelly, Marcella Janine Kelly, Rachel Kennedy, Linda Elizabeth Kidwell, Jamie Kristin Kimball, Elouise Marie King, Dana Marie Kirchner, Kristine Lynn Kishi, Candace Hitomi Kitlas, Patricia Marie Knestnick, Kimberley Marie Knight, Linda Carol Knofler, Nancy Irene Kociemba, Nicole Larin, Laura Marie Lashbrook, Cynthia Lynn Lautze, Susan Lorraine LeClaire, Maureen Anne Leek, Carla Sherri Lentz, Judy Ann Lilly, Winifred Dorothy Linsenmeyer, Angie Lombard, Virginia Carol Lord, Sally Ann Low, Caitlin Macken, Diana Lynn Malbon, Michelle Marble, Molly Marker, Claudia Ann “Cam” Marshall, Leslie Jean Matsuo, Cheryl Ann Emiko Mawhorter, Arlene Emma McAvoy, Karla Jean

‘01 ‘49 ‘90-91-92 ‘77-78-79 ‘96 ‘85-86 ‘81 ‘80 ’03-04-05 ’01-04 ’03, ’05-06 ‘48 ’08-09-10 ‘70 ‘81 ‘57 ‘70-71 ‘74-75, ‘77 ‘96-97-98 ‘48-49-50 ‘67-68-69-70 ‘89 ‘81 ‘93-94-95-96 ‘48-49 ‘70-71 ‘53 ‘77-78-79-80 ‘96 ’05-06-07-08 ‘57 ‘07-08 ‘95 ‘95-96-97-98 ‘85-86-87-88 ‘97 ‘79-80 ‘86 ’03-04-05-06 ‘87-88 ‘93 ‘48, ‘50 ‘77 ‘92-93-94-95 ‘89 ‘75-76-77 ‘89 ‘70-71 ‘77 ’09 ‘81 ‘81 ‘87-88 ‘76 ‘86-87-88 ‘78 ‘48 ’99-00-01-02-03 ‘51 ‘63 ’08-09 ‘86 ’01-02-03-04 ‘50 ‘67-68 ‘81 ‘77 ‘50-51 ‘83

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All-Time Letterwinners McDill, Nancy Elizabeth McKie, Jonelle Carol Menapace, Deanna Messineo, Melissa K. Meyer, Katy Middleton, Joanne Elizabeth Mier, Laura Louise Mierke, Debra Lynn Miller, Jessica MILLER, RACHEL Miller, Teresa Ann “Terri” Moneymaker, Erin Moore, Lindsay Morales, Carol Mori, Susan Sachi Morse, Kiyo Ann Moss, Natalie Moyer, Mary Sue Naugle, Melissa Nelson, Elizabeth Marie Nelson, Kimberly Ann Nelson, Nancy Jean Nelson, Norma J. Nichols, Barbara M. Nute, Jo A. Nutt, Warrine Patricia O’Neill, Sarah O’Connor, Catherine Marie Olivarez, Tricia Olsen, Elinor Gene Olson, Karin Denise Orr, Christina Page, Elsa Catherine Paine, Belinda Palla, Alisyn Parham, Franzetta Ma “Fran” Patton, Gail Anne Perales, Theresa Anne Perez, Sherry Marie Peters, Becky Lynn Peters, Carol Phillips, Florence Estabel Phleger, Sarah Pieretti, Lauren Pitter, Nancy E. Powell, Shirley Joyce Qualey, Deborah Ann Rakestraw, Janice Aileen Reach, Tina M. Reese, Velma E. Reeves, Victoria Ruth Reilly, Kathleen C. Reilly, Maryann L. Reinhardt, Trisha L. Rexroth, Mia Geniene Reynolds, Pamela Ann Ringor, Lani Jean Roach, Rosella Joan Roark, Lindsey Robertson, Barbara A. Rodriguez, Chris Rosson, Amy Rutschow, Amy Sacker, Mary Ellen Salas, Shelley Salcido, Mandi Salo, Laurie Ann Sanchez, Catarina Maria F. Anaya Sanchez, Jacqueline Veronica

‘73-74-75 ‘92-93-94-95 ’06-07-08-09 ‘96 ‘80 ‘48 ‘88-89-90-91 ‘78-79-80 ’03-04 ’09-10 ‘80-81-82 ’99-00 ’00-01-02-03 ‘81 ‘67-68 ‘67-68 ’06-07 ‘63 ‘97-98 ‘82 ‘90-91, ‘93-94 ‘73-74 ‘51 ‘51 ‘57 ‘50 ’06-07-08 ‘91 ‘02 ‘55 ‘77 ‘96 ‘68-69-70 ’06-07-08-09 ‘99 ‘69 ‘69-70-71, ‘73 ‘86 ‘83-84 ‘90 ‘78-79 ‘49 ’06-07 ’04-05-06-07 ‘51 ‘48-49 ‘78-79-80-81 ‘49-50 ‘95 ‘53 ‘92 ‘57 ‘85 ‘94-95-96-97 ‘92 ‘86 ‘92 ‘48 ’01-02-03-04 ‘53 ’00-01 ’01-02-03-04 ‘98-99-01 ‘84 ‘98 ‘07 ‘84-85-86-87 ‘77 ‘79-80-81-82-83

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SANTANA, ELIZABETH Schick, Judith A. Schuler, Ronnell Marlena Schuler, Sharon Diane SCHULZE, KELLY Schwab, Mary B. “Midge” Sevier, Kacey Sheldon, Nikki Sherman, Maxine Sherrill, Laura Elizabeth Shilstone, Kathrine Suzanne Shurrum, Holly C. Shurrum, Kate Michelle Silva, Lisa Smith, Janice Carol Smith, Staci Sue Sontum, Gunvor Elizabeth Sparrow, Margaret Ann “Peg” Speaker, Elizabeth Eleanor Specht, Kristin Lee Spruance, Roxayne Stauder, Julie Stein, Cynthia Margaret Steiner, Barbara Gail Stewart, Betty I. Stinson, Diane Marie Stokes, Laura Margaret Strong (Alley), Kirsten Swanson, Karen Lynne Swearingen, Michelle Ann Talbott, Zenaida “Zee Zee” Taylor, Valerie Hall Tetrick, Andrea Lynn Thomas, Michelle THWEATT, JESSICA Tippitt, Jennifer Joelle Tognetti, Lindsay Toland, Georgia Tom, Christina Towle, Joanne E. Turman, Megan Turner, Rushia Adina Norene Tyson, Jean Eleanor Uhrich, Kristy K. Uno, Karen Lee Upshaw, Lauren E. Uyeda, Adrenne Valenzano, Kimberly Dawn Valley, Jodie Van Horst, Laura Jean “Lori” Vanderzanden, Angie VanDissel, Chrislaine N.S. Vasconcellos, Angela Lynn Vial, Donna Jean Vienop, Alma Louise Vine, Loris Jean “Lori” WAGONER, JJ Wahler, Diane Jean Wallace, Colleen Marie Waldusky, Dana Ward, Wendy Kay Wattenberger, Rebecca Joyce Weber, Gena L. Weekly, Mickie Kay Weigand, Robin Lynn Wells, Julianna Mary West, Alauhua Starlita White, Shyamala Whitfield, Mary Jane

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Wiebe, C. Williams, Karri Williams, Patricia Joanne Wilson, Kimberley Renee Wilson, Kimberly Marie Wilson, Linda Diane Wilson, Nancy Helena Winton, Patricia Ann Witmer, Wendi Lee Wolfe, Mary Elizabeth Womack, Elizabeth Dreme Wong, Lena Woodward, Sandra Ann Wright, Marjel Beth Adele Yale, Suzanne Yoshida, Elizabeth A. ZIMMERMAN, HEATHER Zuckman, Julie

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UC Davis offers more than 100 undergraduate majors – the widest variety of any University of California campus. Aeronautical Science and Engineering African American & African Studies Agricultural Systems and Environment American Studies Animal Biology Animal Science Animal Science & Management Anthropology Applied Physics Art History Art Studio Asian American Studies Atmospheric Science Avian Sciences Biochemical Engineering Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biological Science Biological Systems Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Cell Biology Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering/Material Science Engineering Chemistry Chicana/Chicano Studies Chinese Civil Engineering Classical Civilization Clinical Nutrition Communication Community & Regional Development Comparative Literature Computational Applied Science Computer Engineering Computer Science Computer Science & Engineering Crop Science & Management Design Dramatic Art East Asian Studies Economics Electrical Engineering English Entomology Environmental & Resource Sciences Environmental Biology & Management Environmental Horticulture & Urban Forestry Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning Environmental Toxicology Evolution, Ecology & Biodiversity Exercise Biology Fiber & Polymer Science Film Studies Food Science French Genetics Geology German History Human Development Hydrology International Agricultural Development International Relations Italian Japanese Landscape Architecture Linguistics Managerial Economics Materials Science & Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Medieval Studies Microbiology Music Native American Studies Natural Sciences Nature & Culture Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior Nutrition Science Optical Science & Engineering Philosophy Physics Plant Biology Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Russian Sociology Soil & Water Science Spanish Statistics Textiles & Clothing Viticulture & Enology Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology Women and Gender Studies

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THIS IS

ACADEMICS

UC Davis comprises three colleges (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Letters & Science), five professional schools (Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine) plus the Division of Biological Sciences. With 103 undergraduate majors and 80 graduate programs, the university offers the most expansive and diverse range of academics among any of the University of California campuses. Additionally, students also have the opportunity to combine majors or customize their field of study by creating an individual major. For those interested in graduate degrees – whether it be a master’s degree or a doctorate – UC Davis offers advising services to help students craft their education toward those goals. An estimated 86 percent of UC Davis students applying to graduate schools earn acceptance to either their first or second choices.

COMMUNITY

With a population of approximately 60 thousand, Davis is widely known for being a safe, active and socially innovative community. The downtown area boasts a multitude of specialty shops, restaurants, theaters and art galleries; while the city’s numerous parks offer recreational opportunities for active students.

ACTIVITIES

On campus, UC Davis students can rally around the highly successful athletics department by joining the Aggie Pack spirit organization, or enjoy a first-class performance at the Robert & Magrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.

The university also offers hundreds of student clubs and organizations, including cultural clubs, fraternities and sororities, faith-based organizations and the Associated Students of UC Davis student government. For the active Aggie, students may participate in the diverse intramural sports program or join one of the 30-plus sports clubs. In 2004, the Activities & Recreation Center (ARC) opened its doors, providing the campus with its own state-of-the-art fitness venue. In April, UC Davis hosts Picnic Day, an annual student-run open house. The popular event showcases all that the campus has to offer, attracting students, staff, faculty, parents, alumni and members of the surrounding communities.

GETTING AROUND

Nestled just southwest of Sacramento, the city of Davis rests just 15 minutes from an international airport, and contains a downtown station serviced by Greyhound and Amtrak. Centrally located in the Sacramento Valley, the town sits equally close to both the finest ski resorts and the Pacific Ocean’s top beaches. Within Davis and its neighboring towns, both Yolobus and the student-operated Unitrans bus systems offer free transportation to registered undergraduates. The town boasts more bicycles per capita than any other city in the nation. More than 50 miles of bike paths make the entire town conducive to both riders and pedestrians.

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CAMPUS LEADERSHIP LINDA KATEHI Linda Katehi became the sixth chancellor of the University of California, Davis, on August 17, 2009. As chief executive officer, she oversees all aspects of the university’s teaching, research and public service mission. Chancellor Katehi (kah-TAY-hee) also holds UC Davis faculty appointments in electrical and computer engineering and in women and gender studies. A member of the National Academy of Engineering, she chairs the President’s Committee for the National Medal of Science and is chair of the Secretary of Commerce’s committee for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. She is a fellow and board member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of many other national boards and committees. Previously, Chancellor Katehi served as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; the John A. Edwardson Dean of Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue University; and associate dean for academic affairs and graduate education in the College of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering and

FRED WOOD Fred Wood assumed the role of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs on August 1, 2007. Dr. Wood oversees programs and services that enhance the academic and personal development of students, including intercollegiate athletics. He also provides administrative leadership to a Division of over 50 student support programs and to a team of over 800 staff members. In addition, he manages a budget of over 30 million dollars. He advises the Chancellor on matters relating to students, enrollment, access, retention, and campus climate. Wood earned his bachelor’s and Ph.D. from UC Davis in Chemistry in 1980 and 1984. Soon after graduating, he began his faculty appointment in Chemistry and also served the College of Letters and Science as the Associate Dean, a position he held for 13 years. Most recently he served as the Associate Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies and Interim Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies. He is a 2003 graduate of the Harvard University Executive Leadership and Management Institute, and also a graduate of the University of California Management Institute. Dr. Wood is a member of several professional organizations including American College Personnel Association, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and the National Association of College and University Busi-

UC Davis Chancellor computer science at the University of Michigan. Since her early years as a faculty member, Chancellor Katehi has focused on expanding research opportunities for undergraduates and improving the education and professional experience of graduate students, with an emphasis on underrepresented groups. She has mentored more than 70 postdoctoral fellows, doctoral and master’s students in electrical and computer engineering. Twenty-one of the 42 doctoral students who graduated under her supervision have become faculty members in research universities in the United States and abroad. Her work in electronic circuit design has led to numerous national and international awards both as a technical leader and educator, 16 U.S. patents, and an additional six U.S. patent applications. She is the author or co-author of 10 book chapters and about 600 refereed publications in journals and symposia proceedings. She earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1977, and her master’s and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering from UCLA in 1981 and 1984, respectively.

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs ness Officers. He also serves on the Council of Deans and Vice Chancellors at UC Davis, as well as over twenty different committees and councils on and off campus. Several priorities he is focusing on in Student Affairs include building bridges within Student Affairs and with academic affairs; increasing the diversity of our student population by reaching out to students who are disadvantaged and underrepresented; recruitment and admissions; increasing the number of students transferring to UC Davis from community colleges and helping with their transition; develop an inclusive community for all of our students; work to help new students effectively navigate the university; improve retention and graduation; improve accountability and transparency; improve student health; increase fundraising efforts to help support our units and their needs; maintaining affordability for students to attend college; and keeping up with the latest technology to provide our staff, faculty and students with the most up to date and accurate information. Dr. Wood continues to teach undergraduate students while serving in his administrative role and maintaining a focus on continually improving the services available to undergraduate and graduate students.

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UC DAVIS ATHLETICS GREG WARZECKA

Director of Athletics

On August 1, 1995, Greg Warzecka became the 11th director of athletics at UC Davis. In the decade-plus since, the Aggie athletics program has enjoyed unprecedented success under his guidance. Warzecka’s penchant for progress began from his first year as director when he was charged with the task of fully engaging the campus in dicussions regarding whether or not UC Davis would offer athletics-related financial aid. One year later, the campus announced the launch of its first-ever grant-in-aid program. Warzecka has also overseen UC Davis’ transition into two conferences in his short tenure. In 1998, the Aggies moved from the now-defunct Northern California Athletic Conference to the powerful California Collegiate Athletic Association. Then in 2003, the UC Davis program announced that it would join the Big West Conference and thus reclassify from NCAA Division II to Division I status. Under Warzecka’s guidance, the Aggie athletics program increased its grant-inaid allocation nearly tenfold to approximately $5 million. During this period, he also engineered a substantial upgrade in athletics facilities, most notably the Schaal Aquatics Center (2004), the Marya Welch Tennis Center (2005) and the multi-use Aggie Stadium (2007).

NONA RICHARDSON

Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administator

Nona Richardson was named Senior Associate Athletics Director at UC Davis in March 2007. She brings extensive experience to her role at UC Davis which includes overseeing compliance, student services and sports medicine programs, as well as sport supervision. Richardson has experienced intercollegiate athletics from a variety of roles, most recently during her tenure at Ball State, where she served as the senior woman administrator. There she oversaw daily operations for sports medicine, and strength and conditioning while also supervising seven sports, including women’s basketball and women’s volleyball.Her contributions at Ball State also included studentathlete services, community outreach programming, career development education, student-athlete awards, and other related areas while also serving as a Title IX and gender equity resource. Prior to Ball State, Richardson was Associate Director of Athletics and SWA at Valparaiso University for seven years, where she served in similar capacities while also serving as Compliance Coordinator for the 18-sport athletics program. Her duties also involved student-athlete eligibility, event management and other key administrative responsibilities. Richardson has served on numerous committees throughout her distinguished career, including the NCAA

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During Warzecka’s tenure, UC Davis captured six NACDA Division II Directors’ Cups as the most outstanding overall program in the country. For his part, NACDA selected Warzecka as its A.D. of the year for the D-II West Region in 2001-02. Furthermore, the editors of Sports Illustrated magazine lauded the Aggie program on three different occasions. In 1999 and 2000, Sports Illustrated For Women named UC Davis as the top Division II school for women athletics. One year later, SI selected UC Davis as its top D-II school for the 2001-02 year. Before turning to administration, Warzecka had been a successful baseball coach, first as an assistant at his alma mater, California. He then served as head coach at San Francisco State, then at the University of Chicago, where he also served his first post as men’s athletics director. Warzecka returned to California in 1989 to become the A.D. at the University of Redlands, where he remained until he joined the Aggie athletics staff. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in physical education from Cal in 1975 and his Master of Science with an emphasis in athletic administration from Cal State Hayward in 1983.

Division I Volleyball Committee (2000-02) and Volleyball Officials Sub-Committee (2001-02). She has also been a member of committees for the Mid-Continent Conference and the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), the latter for which she also served as a board member. Richardson has presented at several national conferences, is a member of NACWAA and the National Association of Girls and Women in Sports, and has won several awards including NACWAA’s Dr. Nell Jackson Award (2000). Her athletics administrative tenure was preceded by a volleyball coaching career that was highlighted by head coaching positions at Eastern Michigan (1987-95) and Valparaiso (1996-99) and an assistant coaching assignment at Kentucky (1984-87). Richardson was also an assistant coach at the U.S. Olympic Sports Festival in 1991. Richardson was a standout volleyball player at Michigan State (1978-81) where she was a team co-captain, MVP and a member of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) All-State team. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Michigan State in 1983 and her Master of Arts and Liberal Studies in Human Behavior and Society from Valparaiso University in 1999.

UC DAVIS HEAD COACHES

Bob Biggs Football

Vianney Campos Field Hockey

Steve Doten Men’s Water Polo

Jamie Holmes Women’s Volleyball

Barbara Jahn Women’s Swimming

John Lavallee Women’s Gymnastics

Daryl Lee Men’s Tennis

Bill Maze Women’s Tennis

Rex Peters Baseball

MaryClaire Robinson Women’s Soccer

Dwayne Shaffer Men’s Soccer

Sandy Simpson Women’s Basketball

Gary Stewart Men’s Basketball

Byron Talley Track & Field (interim)

Anne Walker Women’s Golf

Drew Wartenburg M/W Cross Country

Cy Williams Men’s Golf

Jamey Wright Women’s Water Polo

Karen Yoder Softball

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HOME OF THE AGGIES The palatial Activites & Recreation Center (ARC) offers a wide array of fitness areas, including fullsize basketball courts, a multi-use activity center for indoor soccer or hockey, a running/jogging track, weight rooms, aerobics facilities, squash and racquetball courts, and a rock-climbing wall. Additional amenities include a wellness center, student lounges and opportunities for conferences and special events.

ACTIVITIES & RECREATION CENTER

THE PAVILION

HICKEY GYMNASTICS CENTER

The Pavilion, formerly known as Recreation Hall, serves as home court for UC Davis basketball, volleyball, wrestling and gymnastics, as well as concerts and special events. With a seating capacity of nearly 8,000, the Pavilion ranks as one of the largest on-campus arenas in Northern California.

The former Lower Hickey Gym, the first home of women’s athletics in the post-Title IX era, was converted to a first-class practice facility for the Aggie gymnastics team in 2005.

LA RUE FIELD Recognized in 1999 as “Softball Field of the Year” by the Sports Turf Managers Association, La Rue Field hosted five NCAA West Region Softball Championships in the past decade. Recent additions include batting cages, covered dugouts and improved press areas.

SCHAAL AQUATICS CENTER The Ted & Rand Schaal Aquatics Center hosted its first event in January of 2004. The complex features an Olympic-sized pool, locker rooms, team rooms, office space and permanent seating for approximately 500 spectators. The aquatics center will allow UC Davis to host championship events, including the 2006 NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championships.

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AGGIE SOCCER STADIUM

Both Aggie Stadium (left), the home of soccer, and the James & Ann Dobbins Baseball Complex (below) were the result of volunteer efforts dating back to the mid-1980s.

TOOMEY FIELD & WOODY WILSON TRACK Built in the late 1940s, Toomey Field has hosted numerous championship events for football, track & field and lacrosse. During the 2000 Olympic Trials, standouts Marion Jones and Michael Johnson used the Woody Wilson Track as a practice facility.

Dobbins boasts one of the finest playing surfaces in Northern California. In 2002, the stadium was enhanced to include a press box, a renovated entrance and permanent concession/restroom facilities.

DOBBINS BASEBALL COMPLEX

MARYA WELCH TENNIS CENTER Dedicated in April 2005, the Marya Welch Tennis Center represents an expansion of the former Hickey Tennis Courts. Recent additions include grandstands and canopied benches for the north courts.

AGGIE STADIUM

TOOMEY WEIGHT ROOM UC Davis student-athletes welcomed the expanded weight room, located inside Toomey Field. In addition to nearly tripling in size the previous facility, the upgrade also included all new equipment, restrooms and office space.

Aggie Stadium serves as the home facility for the football, women’s lacrosse and women’s field hockey teams. The multiuse venue features an all-weather Sportexe playing surface, a first-class press box, full locker rooms, restrooms and concessions. The initial design has seating for 11,000 to 15,000 spectators, with an eventual build-out to as many as 30,000.

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SERVING THE UC DAVIS STUDENT-ATHLETE STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES 204/208 Hickey Gym • (530) 752-3259

Michelle Roppeau Director of Athletic Academic Advising

UC Davis ranks among the leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Awards and Academic AllDistrict/America honorees, and has claimed a record three winners of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Student-Athlete Academic Services deserves much of the credit for these accomplishments. The office started in 1988 with a single staff member serving as a centralized resource for academic advising, eligiblity information and campus referrals. The office has since expanded to include additional academic advisors, an athletic aid coordinator, an assistant eligibility coordinator and an administrative assistant. It is headed by Nona Richardson, senior associate director of athletics. The Student-Athlete Academic Services office provides a range of services to student-athletes on all 26 intercollegiate athletics teams, including assistance with course and major selection as well as interpretation and clarification of eligibility rules and issues.

UC Davis student-athletes typically have a minimum of three academic advisors: an athletic academic advisor assigned by sport, a college advisor, and a major advisor (if the student has a declared major). Although appointments with the athletic academic advisors are not mandatory at UC Davis, student-athletes might choose to see their athletic academic advisor for issues including: • General education (GE) requirements • Dropping/adding courses • Time management/study skills • Assistance completing the mandatory Academic Plan Form • Study hall for student-athletes • Personal issues that affect academic performance • Choosing a major/career • Declaring or changing a major • Exploration of opportunities beyond athletics • Preparation for graduate programs • Preparation and application for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and other national awards

ATHLETIC TRAINING / SPORTS MEDICINE

Dick Lewis Training Room (115 Hickey Gym) • (530) 752-0647 The Pavilion Training Room • (530) 752-7515

Jeff Hogan Head Athletic Trainer

Known collectively as “The Healer of Champions”, the UC Davis athletic training staff comprises five full-time certified athletic trainers, a full-time physical therapist/certified athletic trainer and approximately 24 student athletic trainers. Together, they are responsible for providing medical care to the 800-plus student-athletes that compose UC Davis’ 26 varsity teams. The student athletic trainers serve two to three years with the program, logging in more than 1,500

hours and gaining valuable clinical education in a hands-on environment. The internship is ideal for any student interested in a graduate program in athletic training, as well as any medical or allied medical profession. The ARC Pavilion training room contains extensive resources and equipment for the rehabilitation of injured athletes. The staff physical therapist is headquartered there as well.

OTHER RESOURCES Cowell Student Health Center........................................ 752-2300 Peer Counselors In Athletics (PCA)............................... 754-7103 Internship & Career Center............................................ 752-2855 Learning Skills Center................................................... 752-2013 Student Employment Center.......................................... 752-0520 Counseling Center........................................................ 752-0871 The House (Peer Counseling)......................................... 752-2790 Cross Cultural Center.................................................... 752-4287 Education Abroad Center............................................... 752-3014

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Student Disability Center............................................... 752-3184 International House..................................................... 753-5007 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Resource Center....... 752-2452 Women’s Resource & Research Center............................. 752-3372 FINANCIAL SUPPORT Undergraduate Scholarship Office................................... 752-2804 Financial Aid Office...................................................... 752-2390 Dean Witter Fund Residential Services............................. 752-2033

Small town. Big school. UC Davis is ranked 16th among public universities nationwide by the National Research Council, is listed 11th among public universities nationwide by U.S. News & World Report; and is 10th in research funding among all U.S. ranked public universities by the National Science Foundation. The campus is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, one of just 62 institutions of higher learning to be admitted to this distinguished group. Founded in 1908 as the University Farm amid the fertile fields of the state’s Central Valley, UC Davis embarks on a centennial celebration during the 2008-09 academic year. The campus encompasses the colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and professional schools in Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Education. It also operates the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, one of the leading teaching and research hospitals in the nation. In 2007, the campus announced a $100 million in founding support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to launch the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. This is a period of growth and change for UC Davis. The campus has seen growth in student, faculty and staff populations and is in the midst of more than $1 billion in new construction. New facilities do or will include new laboratories, new classrooms and new student sports and recreation facilities. Thanks to the generosity of one of the world’s most renowned winemakers,

groundbreaking took place in 2005 on the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2002 and is a showcase part of the campus. UC Davis has enjoyed a distinguished history in athletics as it continues a new era in NCAA Division I. The Aggies are official members in most sports in the Big West Conference which includes fellow UC campuses Irvine, Riverside and Santa Barbara. The transition to Division I brought to an end a successful Division II era in which UC Davis captured six Directors’ Cups in eight years, awarded annually to the most successful athletics program in the country. UC Davis also twice received recognition from Sports Illustrated for Women as the top Div. II school for women while Sports Illustrated has also previously honored the institution. In addition to 26 varsity sports (14 for women and 12 for men), the campus offers nearly 40 student-organized club sports. Women's field hockey will become the 27th varsity sport when it begins competition in 2009. And each year, more than 19,000 students participate in intramural sports. All students can enjoy abundant on- and off-campus recreational facilities for tennis, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. Given the area’s Mediterranean climate, outdoor recreation continues year round. The program is also among the nation’s leaders in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients and has had three winners of the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award, tied for the most among all schools in the country.

Hawai’i Paradise Classic 2/10 2/11 2/12

vs. Texas State

2:00 p.m.

vs. Southern Utah

11:00 a.m.

at Hawai’i

3:00 p.m.

Bracket Play

TBA

Campbell/Cartier Classic 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/23

vs. Northwestern

9:00 a.m.

vs. California

4:30 p.m.

vs. Howard

9:00 a.m.

vs. Fresno State

11:30 a.m.

at San Diego

2:00 p.m.

vs. Sacramento State

2:00 p.m.

Stanford Nike Invitational 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/5 3/6

9:00 a.m.

California

1:30 p.m.

at Sacramento State

2:00 p.m.

Cal State Northridge *

12:00 p.m.

Cal State Northridge *

2:00 p.m.

4/3

Cal State Northridge *

12:00 p.m.

4/6

at San Jose State

3:00 p.m.

Pacific *

12:00 p.m.

Pacific *

2:00 p.m.

Pacific *

12:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

1:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

3:00 p.m.

at Long Beach State *

1:00 p.m.

Cal State Fullerton *

1:30 p.m.

Cal State Fullerton *

3:30 p.m.

3/30 4/2

4/9 4/10 4/16 4/17

vs. Colorado State

6:00 p.m.

vs. North Dakota State

8:15 p.m.

vs. Kentucky

6:00 p.m.

4/23

Cal State Fullerton *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Memphis

8:15 p.m.

4/26

Stanford

3:00 p.m.

at Stanford

1:30 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Nevada

1:00 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

2:00 p.m.

vs. Nevada

3:00 p.m.

at UC Riverside *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

12:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

12:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

2:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

2:00 p.m.

vs. Utah Valley

12:00 p.m.

Cal Poly *

12:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

12:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

2:00 p.m.

at UC Santa Barbara *

12:00 p.m.

Bronco Super Series 3/11

Oregon State

3/27

4/22

4/30 5/1 5/7 5/8 5/13

vs. San Jose State

4:00 p.m.

vs. Albany NY

1:15 p.m.

5/14

vs. Boise State

3:30 p.m.

NCAA Regionals

3/13

vs. San Jose State

10:00 a.m.

5/21

3/22

at Stanford

6:00 p.m.

NCAA Super Regionals

3/12

AGGIE STAMPEDE 3/25 3/26

5/28

TBA TBA

Saint Mary’s

1:30 p.m.

Women’s College World Series

Santa Clara

3:45 p.m.

6/03

Oregon State

3:45 p.m.

home event in white & CAPS

TBA

TBA TBA TBA * conference event


2011 UC Davis Softball Media Guide