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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS

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Location.....................................................................................................Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded.................................................................................................................................... 1743 Enrollment.....................................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates Nickname............................................................................................................... Fightin’ Blue Hens Official Mascot.....................................................................................................................YoUDee Colors..................................................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold Conference.............................................................................................. Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation...................................................................................................................NCAA Division I President............................................................................................................ Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative...................................................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services..................................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics/Special Assistant to the President.....................Samantha Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Captial Projects............................ Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Business Operations............................................................Augie Maurelli Senior Associate AD/Development................................................................................. Tim Ford Senior Associate AD/External Relations...............................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Business Operations.......................................................................... Scott Eatough Associate AD/Recreation Services............................................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Events and Operations..............................................................Alicia Greco Walker Associate AD/Compliance.............................................................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions................................................................. Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Multimedia Services........................................................................... Jimmy Smith Assistant AD/Ticket Operations............................................................................... Trent Bartling Assistant AD/Compliance.......................................................................................... Lauren Harris Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician...................................................... Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Head Athletic Trainer............................................................................Dan Watson Associate Head Trainer...................................................................................................Joan Couch Assistant Athletic Trainers..........................Jon Boone, Nikki Lounsberry, Paul Lowry, Kelly Stafford

2014 Roster.............................................................................................................. 2 2014 Schedule........................................................................................................... 3 Head Coach Jaime Wohlbach....................................................................................... 5 Assistant Coaches...................................................................................................... 6 Player Profiles......................................................................................................7-19 2013 Results........................................................................................................... 21 2013 Statistics........................................................................................................ 22 2013 CAA Standings and Statistics......................................................................23-24 Colonial Athletic Association..................................................................................... 25 Blue Hen Softball All-Time Honors............................................................................. 27 Blue Hen Record Book.........................................................................................28-31 All-Time Results..................................................................................................32-38 All-Time Letterwinners............................................................................................. 39 The University of Delaware.................................................................................40-43

About this Guide The 2014 University of Delaware softball media guide was designed, written, and edited by Kevin Tritt using Quark XPress 8.02 on MacIntosh computers. Covers designed by Kevin Tritt using PhotoShop 10.0.1. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell. On the Cover Front Cover (l-r): Blue Hen senior Brittney Noons, senior Michelle McKinnon, and junior Jessica Grisler. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER – The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning Title IX, Section 503 and 504 compliance, Executive Order 11246 and information regarding campus accessibility and Title VI should be referred to the Affirmative Action Director, 305 Hullihen Hall, 302-8312835, 302-831-4552 (TDD).

Assistant AD/Media Relations.............................................................................. Scott Selheimer Assistant SID (Softball Contact).................................................................................... Kevin Tritt Office Phone............................................................................................................302-831-8715 Cell Phone................................................................................................................302-383-5005 Email....................................................................................................................... ktritt@udel.edu Assistant SID..............................................................................................................Maggie Hayon Athletics Media Relations Phone............................................................................302-831-2186 E-Mail Address......................................................................................................36246@udel.edu Internet Address................................................................................................. www.bluehens.com Head Coach.......................................................................................Jaime Wohlbach (Kutztown ‘00) Record at Delaware................................................................................ 71-97-1 (three seasons) Career Record..........................................................................................125-182-1 (six seasons) Email Address.................................................................................................wohlbach@udel.edu Assistant Coach.....................................................Lauren Cognigni (Saint Joseph’s ‘08), third season Assistant Coach.........................................................................................John Seneca, third season Volunteer Assistant Coach.............................................. Lara Andrews (Delaware ‘13), first season Home Field................................................................................................Delaware Softball Stadium 2013 Record..........................................................................................35-22, 12-9 CAA (4th Place) Postseason...............................................................................................................CAA Tournament All-Time Record...........................................................................................742-716-9 (37 seasons) Letterwinners Returning / Lost............................................................................................ 10/8 Starters Returning / Lost........................................................................................................ 5/5 2014 Captain............................................................................................................. Brittney Noons

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL 2014 ROSTER

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Name Yr. Lisa Stacevicz *....................................................... So. Giovanna Kolofer....................................................Fr. Shelby Jones *........................................................ So. Abby Cline...............................................................Fr. Sarah Bencivenga....................................................Fr. Morgan Schroll........................................................Fr. Heather Oakley.......................................................Jr. Danielle Wissinger...................................................Fr. Taylor Curran *....................................................... So. Jessica Grisler **.....................................................Jr. Courtney Green.......................................................Fr. Kelly Lupton........................................................... So. Brittney Noons **....................................................Sr. Michelle McKinnon ***.............................................Sr. Carolyn Szymanski..................................................Fr. Hannah George *................................................... So. Kiersten Coffman *................................................. So. Tori Conrad *.......................................................... So. Gabby Klecko *...................................................... So.

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Hometown/High School (Previous School) Cedar Grove, N.J./Cedar Grove Salinas, Calif./Notre Dame HS Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro Millington, N.J./Watchung Hills Regional Toms River, N.J./Toms River East Little Silver, N.J./Red Bank Regional Orland, Calif./Orland (UC Davis/SacraMento City) Hagerstown, Md./North Hagerstown San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch Sacramento, Calif./Foothill North Andover, Mass./North Andover Galloway, N.J./Absegami (UNC Greensboro) Dighton, Mass./Dighton-Rehoboth Regional Islip Terrace, N.Y./East Islip Middletown, Del./Caravel Auburn, Calif./Del Oro Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs Walkersville, Md./Walkersville Colts Neck, N.J./Red Bank Catholic

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Name Yr. Sarah Bencivenga....................................................Fr. Abby Cline...............................................................Fr. Kiersten Coffman *................................................. So. Tori Conrad *.......................................................... So. Taylor Curran *....................................................... So. Hannah George *................................................... So. Courtney Green.......................................................Fr. Jessica Grisler **.....................................................Jr. Shelby Jones *........................................................ So. Gabby Klecko *...................................................... So. Giovanna Kolofer....................................................Fr. Kelly Lupton........................................................... So. Michelle McKinnon ***.............................................Sr. Brittney Noons **....................................................Sr. Heather Oakley.......................................................Jr. Morgan Schroll........................................................Fr. Lisa Stacevicz *....................................................... So. Carolyn Szymanski..................................................Fr. Danielle Wissinger...................................................Fr.

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Hometown/High School (Previous School) Toms River, N.J./Toms River East Millington, N.J./Watchung Hills Regional Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs Walkersville, Md./Walkersville San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch Auburn, Calif./Del Oro North Andover, Mass./North Andover Sacramento, Calif./Foothill Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro Colts Neck, N.J./Red Bank Catholic Salinas, Calif./Notre Dame HS Galloway, N.J./Absegami (UNC Greensboro) Islip Terrace, N.Y./East Islip Dighton, Mass./Dighton-Rehoboth Regional Orland, Calif./Orland (UC Davis/SacraMento City) Little Silver, N.J./Red Bank Regional Cedar Grove, N.J./Cedar Grove Middletown, Del./Caravel Hagerstown, Md./North Hagerstown

Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach (Kutztown ‘00), fourth season at Delaware Assistant Coach: Lauren Cognigni (Saint Joseph’s ‘08) Assistant Coach: John Seneca Volunteer Assistant: Lara Andrews (Delaware ‘13)

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL DELAWARE ADMINISTRATION

DR. PATRICK T. HARKER UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE PRESIDENT Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering. In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance. In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions

ERIC ZIADY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS & RECREATION SERVICES Eric Ziady begins his second year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware during the 2013-14 season. Ziady arrived at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. At Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). Ziady served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster

Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research. President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012. Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city.

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JAIME WOHLBACH HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON AT DELAWARE KUTZTOWN ‘00

Jaime Wohlbach begins her fourth season as the University of Delaware softball head coach during the 2014 season. Wohlbach (pronounced “wall-bock”), immediately began to turn the Blue Hen program around during her first season in Newark, leading Delaware to the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2006. The Blue Hens finished 21-34 overall and placed fourth in the league with a 10-11 conference mark.

HEAD COACH JAIME WOHLBACH vanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s 25-year history. She was named the MAAC Coach of the Year in 2010 when she coached the league Pitcher and Rookie of the Year. Over her final two seasons at Iona she coached nine all-conference selections, two league Rookie of the Year winners, an All-Region selection, and an ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-American. Prior to joining the Gaels, Wohlbach served as an assistant coach at Lehigh University in 2006-07, working as the team’s hitting and catcher’s coach while also assisting in practice sessions and strength and conditioning workout programs. She began her college coaching career as a student assistant at NCAA Division II Kutztown in 2000-01, volunteer assistant at NCAA Division III Muhlenberg College in 1999-2001 and at Lehigh in 2001-02, and as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania in 2002-03. Since 2002, Wohlbach has run a national and international softball clinic called Fastpitch Performance. The camps and clinics have provided instruction for all levels of the game and have taken her all over the world, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium and Australia. Her international reputation has garnered her contacts and recognition from both amateur and professional organizations and sponsors. Wohlbach’s coaching and instructing experience came during the off season of her extensive international play-

ing career. Her professional resume in the United States Michelle McKinnon, Gina Knutson and Amanda Stabegan after graduating from Kutztown University in cevicz each earned second team All-CAA honors during 2000. She signed with the Tampa Bay FireStix in the forWohlbach’s first year, while McKinnon was also a CAA mer Women’s Professional Softball League for the 2001 All-Rookie Team selection. season. Wohlbach moved on to the National Pro Fastpitch Delaware finished 15-41-1 during the 2012 camLeague where she was selected in the fourth round of the paign, and again finished fourth in the CAA to quailify for December 2003 draft by the California Sunbirds, a team the league tournament. The Blue Hens then produced a located in Sacramento, Calif. She played for the indepenrecord-setting 2013 season by winning 35 games, the secdent league Nebraska Comets before returning to the ond most in program history and one shy of the school reNPF’s Philadelphia Force for the 2006 season. cord set in 2000. UD established a new record by winning While playing professionally in the U.S., Wohlbach also nine consecutive league games, while their 12 conference played for and coached several professional teams in Euwins rank second in program history. rope. She has excelled at the international level throughThe Blue Hens earned the third seed in the CAA Tourout the world, including tours in the Czech Republic and nament, and have advanced to postseason play during all a stop in Great Britain. In 2004 and 2005 she played three years under Wohlbach. The stretch marks the first professionally in New Zealand and on a world all-star time since 2002-04 that Delaware has participated in the select team, which included players from New Zealand, CAA Tournament during three consecutive seasons. Australia, Japan, South Africa and the United States. UD had a tremendous year at the plate in 2013, setEarlier in 2004, Wohlbach played for the Great Britain ting school single season records with 236 runs scored, National Team in Athens as a test run to the 2004 Athens 427 hits and 72 doubles. The Blue Hens’ 20 home runs Olympics; winning a gold medal by defeating Russia, the were tied for second most in a UD single season, while Czech Republic and Greece. From 2001-2004, Wohlbach their 61 steals also ranked second all-time. coached an 18-under USA All-Star team in Australia as a Individually, second team All-CAA selection Jessica follow-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She also played Grisler set a new UD single season mark with 39 runs professionally in the Netherlands, Czech Republic and scored, while her 69 hits rank second in a single season. Greece, and coached a youth all-star team Wohlbach earned a Bachelor’s degree in Italy. with honors in Elementary Education and Jamie Wohlbach Head Coaching Career Wohlbach was a four-year standout at Special Education in 2000 and a MasKutztown, serving as a three-time team Year School Record Conference Highlights ter’s degree in student affairs of higher captain and becoming the first graduate 2008 Iona 13-32 7-9 (5th) education in 2002 from Kutztown (Pa.) of her school to play a professional sport. 2009 Iona 13-27 4-10 (8th) University. She earned All-Pennsylvania State Athletic 2010 Iona 28-26 13-3 (T-1st) MAAC Champions, MAAC Coach of the Year Wohlbach arrived at Delaware followConference honors as a catcher during her 2011 Delaware 21-34 10-11 (4th) CAA Tournament ing three seasons at the helm of Iona, junior and senior campaigns as well as being 2012 Delaware 15-41-1 8-12 (4th) CAA Tournament where turned around the Gaels’ program named to the All-Region Team in 2000. She 2013 Delaware 35-22 12-9 (4th) CAA Tournament as well. She guided a squad that had not was the team’s Most Valuable Player in 1999 posted a winning season in five years as well as a nominee for the school’s Female Overall Record: 125-182-1 (.407) to one that captured the Metro Atlantic Athlete of the Year. Delaware Record: 71-97-1 (.423) Athletic Conference title in 2010 and ad-

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL COACHING STAFF

LAUREN COGNIGNI ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON AT DELAWARE SAINT JOSEPH’S ‘08 Lauren Cognigni begins her third season as an assistant coach with the University of Delaware softball team in 2014. Cognigni, a four-year letterwinner and 2008 graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, serves as the Blue Hens’ pitching coach and first base coach. During her first season in Newark in 2012, Cognigni helped the Blue Hens win 15 games and qualify for the CAA Tournament. Last year Delaware won 35 games, the second most in program history and one shy of the school record set in 2000. The Blue Hens established a new record by winning nine consecutive league games, while their 12 conference wins rank second in program history. UD had a tremendous season at the plate, setting school single season records with 236 runs scored, 427 hits and 72 doubles. The Blue Hens’ 20 home runs were tied for second most in a UD single season, while their 61 steals also ranked second all-time. Under Cognigni’s tutelage, Delaware ranked third in the CAA with a 2.79 team earned run average and posted five shutouts. Prior to arriving at UD Cognigni spent two and a half years at Marist College, and was instrumental in helping the Red Foxes improve from eighth place in the MAAC in 2010 to a second place finish the following year. The Red Foxes’ earned run average dropped nearly two runs, from 5.71 in 2010 to 3.79 in 2011, as Marist showed a 23-win improvement. She also helped Red Foxes pitcher Emily Osterhaus improve from a 3-12 record an a 4.95 ERA in 2010 to a 15-10 mark with a 3.14 ERA the next year. Prior to arriving at Marist Cognigni spent the 2009 season serving as an assistant with her alma mater, working primarily with the outfielders and pitchers while serving as the first base coach.

Cognigni was a four-year standout at Saint Joseph’s, leaving the program as the all-time leader with 534 career strikeouts. She fired the second perfect game in school history as a freshman, and also tossed a pair of no-hitters during her career.

JOHN SENECA ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON AT DELAWARE John Seneca begins his third season as an assistant coach with the University of Delaware softball team in 2014. During his first year in 2012, Seneca helped the Blue Hens win 15 games and qualify for the CAA Tournament. Last year Delaware won 35 games, the second most in program history and one shy of the school record set in 2000. The Blue Hens established a new record by winning nine consecutive league games, while their 12 conference wins rank second in program history. UD had a tremendous season at the plate, setting school single season records with 236 runs scored, 427 hits and 72 doubles. The Blue Hens’ 20 home runs were tied for second most in a UD single season, while their 61 steals also ranked second all-time. Additionally Seneca has served as head coach of the Allentown Patriettes from 2006-2011, leading the squad to a 201-36 record while competing in ASA, PONY, and USSSA regional and national tournaments. He also was the head coach at Saucon Valley High School from 2006 through 2009, guiding the team to a 68-28 record. Seneca led the Panthers to four Colonial League and District 11 appearances, and coached eight first team All-League and All-Area players. Seneca is a 4-Star NFCC Master Coach and a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

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LARA ANDREWS ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON AT DELAWARE DELAWARE ‘13

Lara Andrews, a three-year letterwinner with the Blue Hens who graduated from UD in the spring, begins her first season with the University of Delaware softball staff as a volunteer assistant. Andrews, a native of Wellington, New Zealand, earned her degree in human services from Delaware in May after playing three years on the softball team. She started all 169 games during her Blue Hen career, playing her first two years in centerfield before moving to third base as a senior. A three-year team captain, Andrews earned UD Alumni Association Team MVP honors during her sophomore and senior years, and was named to the CAA A l l - To u r n a m e n t Team in both seasons as well. Additionally, Andrews was selected the 2013 UD Team Defensive MVP and was named to the CAA Academic Honor Roll during all three seasons at Delaware. Andrews led the Blue Hens with 27 walks and was second with a .298 batting average during her first year in Newark in 2011, while she paced the squad with 21 RBI as a junior. Last spring she batted .313 for Delaware, tying for the team lead with 28 RBI and four home runs while ranking second with 57 hits, 29 runs scored and 11 doubles. Andrews, who helped lead the Blue Hens to the CAA Tournament during each of her three seasons, ranks fifth in UD history with nine home runs, ninth with 25 doubles, 10th with 68 RBI, and 15th with 133 hits.

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2014 DELAWARE SOFTBALL SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 6-8 6 7 7 8 14-15 14 14 15 15 21-23 21 21 22 22 23 MARCH 1-2 1 1 2 2 7-8 7 7 8 8 13-16 13 14 15 16 19 22 23 26 29 30 APRIL 2 5 6 9 12 13 16 19 20 23 26 27 MAY 7-9

Hawaii Paradise Classic vs. UCLA vs. Hampton at Hawaii Playoff Round UCF/Holiday Inn Classic vs. Illinois-Chicago at Central Florida vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Florida A&M Citrus Classic vs. Houston Baptist vs. Lehigh (espn3.com) vs. Northern Illinois vs. Georgia vs. East Carolina

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Michelle McKinnon

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Senior • INF Islip Terrace, N.Y. East Islip

At Delaware: Fourth-year member of the squad as a senior • expected to again start in the Blue Hen

2011 Season: Named second team

infield •  has started all 147 games in which she has appeared through her first three seasons •  career

All-Colonial Athletic Association •  CAA

.308 hitter who has produced 135 hits, 66 runs scored, and 49 RBI • tied for ninth in Delaware history

All-Rookie Team selection • named

with 19 stolen bases and tied for 12th with 135 hits.

team’s Offensive MVP •  started all 55 games during the season, all but two at

2013 Season: Appeared in and started 35 games for the Blue Hens (missed 22 contests with a Lisfranc

second base •  led the Blue Hens with a

injury) • started all 30 games at shortstop prior to her injury, and was the team’s designated player during

.322 batting average, the seventh high-

the final five contests • still ranked fourth on the team with 39 hits, fifth with 17 RBI, and sixth with 22

est average in the conference • hit .351

runs scored • posted eight multi-hit games on the year • went 4 for 5 with a double and two runs scored

in league contests • ranked second on

during the 12-4 win at Norfolk State • was 4 for 4 with a double, RBI and a pair of runs scored in the 15-6

the squad with 46 hits and third with 24

victory over the Spartans a week later • added three-hit games vs. Norfolk State and St. Francis (Pa.) •

runs scored •  tied for fourth in Division

had two hits against Army and Marist on Mar. 2 • also recorded a pair of hits vs. Canisius and Villanova •

I with 17 sacrifice hits •  ranked third

delivered a triple against Canisius and La Salle.

on the team with 10 multi-hit games •  had three hits, five RBI and two runs

2012 Season: Started all 57 games at second base for the Blue Hens •  ranked second on the team with

scored during a doubleheader sweep of

a .289 batting average, 50 hits, 20 runs

Hampton •  drilled a grand slam in a

scored and 18 RBI •  led the squad with

win over UMES •  went 3 for 4 with an

13 multi-hit games and ranked second

RBI during a victory over George Mason •  finished 3 for 3 at Hofstra and was 3 for 4 at Army •  singled

with five multi-RBI games •  hit safely

home the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning during Delaware’s 2-1 victory over

in the first 10 games of the season, the

UNC Wilmington •  had three hits including a double and scored four runs during a twinbill sweep at Drex-

longest hitting streak by a Blue Hen

el •  named CAA Rookie of the Week on April 25 and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on May 2 •  selected

during the year •  went 3 for 3 against

to CAA All-Tournament Team.

UT-Martin •  blasted a three-run homer and scored three runs during the 13-2

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at East Islip High School • All-Suffolk County selec-

win over Army •  went 2 for 3 and dou-

tion in 2008 and 2009 as a shortstop • named All-League during senior year • led East Islip to the 2009

bled home the winning run in the 5-4

and 2010 conference championship • honor roll student.

triumph at Towson • had three hits, four RBI and two runs scored during

Personal: Michelle McKinnon • daughter of Rich and Terry McKinnon • has an older brother, Tommy, who

the doubleheader sweep of Saint Peter’s

was a member of the golf team at NCAA Division III Springfield College • honor student as an environmen-

• recorded three consecutive two-hit

tal science major at Delaware •  enjoys horseback riding and cooking •  serves as team representative on

games against Georgia State, Penn and

the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).

UNCW.

Michelle McKinnon at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2011 .322 55/55 143 24 46 2 0 1 14 51 .357 8 7 16 0 .386 0 17 6-8 115 62 11 .941 2012 .289 57/57 173 20 50 5 0 1 18 58 .335 4 9 19 1 .339 0 6 6-7 138 73 9 .959 2013 .320 35/35 122 22 39 5 2 0 17 48 .393 3 0 7 1 .328 3 3 7-11 47 44 10 .901 Totals .308 147/147 438 66 135 12 2 2 49 157 .358 15 16 42 2 .352 3 26 19-26 300 179 30 .941

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Brittney Noons

22

Senior • C Dighton, Mass. Dighton-Rehoboth Regional

At Delaware: Fourth-year member of the squad • will battle for the starting spot as the team’s designat-

creased her average to .333 in 16

ed player •  valuable pinch hitter for UD •  has batted .174 through her first three seasons with 23 hits,

conference games •  scored three runs

eight runs scored and nine RBI.

in a doubleheader sweep of Hampton • delivered a two-run single and scored a

2013 Season: Saw action n nine contests, going 2 for 10 at the plate with a pair of runs batted in •

run during a victory at UMES •  drilled

recorded RBI singles against Siena and Georgia State • appeared behind the plate vs. Seton Hall and

only home run of the season against

Georgia State.

Ball State •  went 2 for 2 with a walk and a run scored during a win at George 2012 Season: Appeared in 33 games

Mason •  had an RBI single against Del-

while making six starts for the Blue

aware State •  singled and scored a run

Hens •  batted .143 with six hits and

in a win over James Madison •  went 2

three RBI during the year • drilled

for 2 at Georgia State • earned team’s

a two-run homer during the 6-4 win

Sportsmanship Award.

over Florida Gulf Coast • recorded an RBI double in the 13-2 victory over

High School: Four-year letterwinner

Army, and added a single against Mon-

in softball and three-year letterwinner

mouth later in the day •  posted singles

in field hockey at Dighton-Rehoboth

against Villanova and Penn.

Regional High School • selected Taunton Gazette All-Star for three consecutive years and Attleboro Sun Chronicle All-Star in both sports • named Boston Globe All-Star • first team All-South Coast Conference

2011 Season: Appeared in 44 games

selection in softball • earned team’s Best Defensive Player Award • served as team captain in both sports

while starting 30, including 20 as the

• honor roll student during senior year.

designated player and 10 as the catcher •  batted .188 on the year with 15 hits,

Personal: Brittney Jeanne Noons • daughter of Bob and Michele McNamara • has a sister, Ashley • honor

seven runs scored and four RBI •  in-

student as a health and physical education major at Delaware • enjoys working with handicapped children.

Brittney Noons at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2011 .188 44/30 80 7 15 1 0 1 4 19 .238 8 3 20 0 .286 0 0 0-1 58 8 3 .957 2012 .143 33/6 42 1 6 1 0 1 3 10 .238 3 0 17 0 .200 0 0 0-0 7 1 1 .889 2013 .200 9/0 10 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 .200 0 0 4 0 .200 0 0 0-0 5 1 0 1.000 Totals .174 86/36 132 8 23 2 0 2 9 31 .235 11 3 41 0 .253 0 0 0-1 70 10 4 .952

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Jessica Grisler

17

Junior • OF Sacramento, Calif. Foothill

At Delaware: Third-year player expected to start again in the outfield for the Blue Hens •  all-confer-

gle season • ranked second on the

ence candidate •  enters junior year tied for 14th in Delaware history with 16 stolen bases and tied for

team with 11 multi-hit games •  went 2

19th with 122 hits.

for 3 with a two-run homer and two runs scored in her Blue Hen debut against

2013 Season: Named second team All-Colonial Athletic Association • selected the team’s Offensive MVP

Charlotte • recorded three consecutive

for the second consecutive year • set a UD single season record by scoring 39 runs • recorded 69 hits,

two-hit games against Army and twice

second most in a Blue Hen season • ranked second in the CAA with 69 hits and four triples, and was third

vs. Monmouth •  went 2 for 4 with a

with a .365 batting average • appeared in and started 55 games, including 37 in right field, and batted

pair of doubles against Temple • had

leadoff during every contest • led the Blue Hens in batting average, hits and runs scored, and tied for the

three hits and scored a run in the 2-0

team lead with 10 stolen bases • produced 22 multi-hit games, the most on the squad • had a nine-game

win over Norfolk State •  went 3 for 4

hitting streak from Feb. 23 through Mar. 10 • reached base safely in 18 consecutive games from Feb. 9

vs. Hofstra •  had three hits including a

through Mar. 17 • tied the school single game record by scoring four runs during the 11-4 win at Drexel

double and scored a run during the dou-

• posted seven three-hit games on the

bleheader at Rider •  delivered a two-

campaign • was 3 for 4 with three runs

run double in the 7-4 triumph at James

scored during wins over Norfolk State

Madison •  went 3 for 4 with a homer

on Mar. 1 and Mar. 15 • blasted a grand

and two runs scored against the Dukes

slam in the 12-4 triumph over the Spar-

in the CAA Tournament •  selected to the

tans on Mar. 3 • had multi-hit games in

CAA All-Tournament Team •  named CAA Rookie of the Week on Feb. 28.

both ends of consecutive doubleheaders at Saint Peter’s and Georgia State.

High School: Four-year starter at Foothill High School •  four-year first team All-Capital Valley Conference selection •  named All-City during her final three seasons •  selected honorable mention All-Metro

2012 Season: Colonial Athletic As-

as a sophomore and second team All-Metro during her final two years •  team MVP as a junior and senior

sociation All-Rookie Team selection

•  Optimist All-Star •  honor roll student •  link crew coordinator.

• named UD Team Offensive MVP •  led the Blue Hens with a .305 batting

Personal: Jessica Ann Grisler •  daughter of Marty and Christy Grisler •  has sisters Amber, Magen and

average, 53 hits, 25 runs scored, nine

Alissa •  criminal justice major at Delaware with a minor in health & wellness • serves as team represen-

doubles, and three triples •  her 53 hits

tative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).

are tied for the ninth most in a UD sin-

Jessica Grisler at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2012 .305 57/57 174 25 53 9 3 2 13 74 .425 25 2 27 0 .398 0 1 6-9 69 95 16 .911 2013 .365 55/55 189 39 69 10 4 1 13 90 .476 17 2 18 1 .421 1 3 10-17 49 3 0 1.000 Totals .336 112/112 363 64 122 19 7 3 26 164 .452 42 4 45 1 .410 1 4 16-26 118 98 16 .931

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Kiersten Coffman

33

Sophomore • P Winter Springs, Fla. Winter Springs

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will be an integral member of the Delaware

School • named honorable mention

pitching staff.

All-State as a freshman • selected first team All-Conference and Bright 2013 Season: Appeared in 26 games

House Sports Network Player of the

in the circle while making 12 starts

Year during all four years •  led Win-

during her rookie campaign • went 9-3

ter Springs to the state finals in 2011,

on the year with a 3.11 ERA • fired six

the district championship in 2009 and

complete games and earned two saves

2012, and the regional title in 2010

• won her first eight decisions of the

• 2011-12 Student Government Ex-

season • twirled a three-hit, five-inning

ecutive Board Member • 2010-12

shutout during the 10-0 victory over

Leadership Member • 2010-12 Safe

Canisius • allowed one run on four hits

School Ambassador.

in the 5-2 win over Seton Hall • picked up saves against Towson and George

Personal:

Mason • fired three scoreless innings vs.

•  daughter of Scott and Jennifer Coff-

Villanova and James Madison.

man •  has a younger brother, Ryan

Kiersten

T.

Coffman

•  human services major at Delaware High School: Three-time first team All-

• worked as a camp counselor over the summer.

State selection at Winter Springs High

Kiersten Coffman at Delaware Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2013 3.11 9-3 26 12 6 1/1 2 96.2 114 51 43 41 62 16 1 8 391 .292 7 2 0 3 10 Totals 3.11 9-3 26 12 6 1/1 2 96.2 114 51 43 41 62 16 1 8 391 .292 7 2 0 3 10

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Tori Conrad

37

Sophomore • INF Walkersville, Md. Walkersville

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will again look to challenge for a starting

High School: Four-year varsity let-

position in the UD infield.

terwinner at Walkersville High School •  named first team All-County during

2013 Season: Appeared in and started all but two games during her rookie campaign • started 53

her final three years after earning

games at second base and batted fifth in the batting order for a majority of the year • batted .259 while

second team honors as a freshman

ranking third on the Blue Hens with 23 RBI • also was fifth on the team with 35 hits and five doubles

•  school’s record holder in career RBI

• walked 40 times during the season,

•  named Walkersville Team MVP as a

the second most in the CAA • tied the

junior and Rookie of the Year as a fresh-

UD single game record by walking four

man •  led the team to regional cham-

times during the 11-4 win at Drexel •

pionships in 2009 and 2012 • also

reached base safely during the first 20

played two years of basketball •  grad-

games of her career • went 3 for 3

uated with highest honors •  honor roll

with two doubles in her Blue Hen debut

and student athlete academic honor roll

against Southeastern Louisiana • had

during every semester.

two-hit games vs. Army, Siena, UMES, Drexel and UNCW • belted home runs

Personal: Victoria “Tori” Marie Conrad

in consecutive games against Norfolk

•  daughter of Chris and Joanne Conrad

State and Army • knocked home three

•  has brothers Ryan, Sam and Jack •  political science major at Delaware with minors in history and

runs during the 5-3 victory over Towson

Chinese •  played the flute for seven years • worked as a lifeguard over the summer.

• named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Tori Conrad at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013 .259 55/55 135 16 35 5 1 2 23 48 .356 40 2 37 0 .433 1 1 2-2 128 69 4 .980 Totals .259 55/55 135 16 35 5 1 2 23 48 .356 40 2 37 0 .433 1 1 2-2 128 69 4 .980

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Taylor Curran

14

Sophomore • P San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will be an integral member of the Delaware

Year in 2009 and 2010 •  named first

pitching staff.

team All-Eastern League as a freshman, sophomore and senior • selected to

2013 Season: Made 17 appearances in the circle while starting 13 as a freshman • finished the year

All-San Diego Team •  named Scripps

6-6 with a 3.61 ERA • allowed just one

Ranch MVP as a senior •  earned All-Ac-

unearned run on four hits in a complete

ademic Team honors during final two

game effort during a 3-1 win over

years • twice selected Scripps Ranch

Southern in her Blue Hen debut • tossed

Athlete of the Month • led Scripps

six scoreless innings to pick up the vic-

Ranch to the league championship

tory in the 2-0 triumph over George

during her first three years, and the

Mason • fired 4.2 frames of scoreless

league runner-up as a senior.

ball during an 11-1 victory over Army • did not allow a run in 3.1 innings of

Personal:

work against Mount St. Mary’s • named

•  daughter of Mike and Sonna Curran

to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

•  has an older brother, Jake •  mother

Taylor

Marie

Curran

played softball at the University of San High School: Four-year starter on the

Diego •  elementary education major

Scripps Ranch High School softball team

at Delaware with a minor in human development and family services.

•  named Eastern League Pitcher of the

Taylor Curran at Delaware Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2013 3.61 6-6 17 13 3 0/1 0 66.0 88 43 34 27 30 7 2 2 278 .317 2 3 0 1 10 Totals 3.61 6-6 17 13 3 0/1 0 66.0 88 43 34 27 30 7 2 2 278 .317 2 3 0 1 10

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Hannah George

27

Sophomore • OF Auburn, Calif. Del Oro

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will again challenge for a starting position in

runs scored vs. Towson • also had two

the UD outfield.

hits against George Mason and Saint Peter’s • named CAA Rookie of the Week 2013 Season: Appeared in 55 games

on Feb. 12.

for the Blue Hens while starting 53, all in center field • batted .270 on the

High School: Four-year member of

season with 34 hits • tied for second on

the softball team at Del Oro High School

the team with 17 walks, ranked third

•  named first team All-League during

with eight stolen bases, and tied for

all four years • selected honorable

third with 23 runs scored • was fourth

mention All-Metro as a freshman •  led

on the squad with seven doubles and

Del Oro to four league championships,

fifth with 16 RBI • ranked second in the

and the section and division runner-up in

CAA with 11 sacrifice bunts • hit safely

2009 and 2011 •  earned Magna Cum

during the first six games of the season,

Laude honors.

including consecutive two-hit games against UT-Martin, Louisiana Tech and

Personal: Hannah Christine George

Mount St. Mary’s • went 2 for 3 with

•  daughter of Pete George and Tanya

two RBI during wins over UMES and La

George •  has two brothers, Austin and Pierson •  university studies major at Delaware •  enjoys snow-

Salle • recorded two doubles and two

boarding, dirtbiking and wakeboarding.

Hannah George at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013 .270 55/53 126 23 34 7 1 0 16 43 .341 17 1 24 0 .359 1 11 8-10 79 6 2 .977 Totals .270 55/53 126 23 34 7 1 0 16 43 .341 17 1 24 0 .359 1 11 8-10 79 6 2 .977

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Shelby Jones

3

Sophomore • OF Lake Forest, Calif. El Toro

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will again challenge for a starting position in

son • recorded a hit in nine of the final

the UD outfield.

12 games of the season • named to the CAA All-Tournament Team • earned the 2013 Season: CAA All-Rookie Team

UD Team Sportsmanship and Blue Hen

selection • appeared in 53 games

Awards • named National 5 & 10 Best

during her rookie year while making 43

of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week

starts, all but one in left field • batted

on May 13.

.301 during the season and tied for the team lead with four home runs • tied

High School: Four-year member of

for third on the Blue Hens with 23 runs

the softball team at El Toro High School

scored and ranked fourth with 28 RBI

• earned three letters •  first team All-

• hit safely during each of the first six

Seaview League selection as a senior.

games of the year • went 3 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored at Saint Peter’s •

Personal: Shelby E. Jones •  daughter

finished 2 for 3 with a three-run homer

of Rick and Karen Jones •  has a broth-

during the 11-1 victory over Army • hit

er, Shane •  father played baseball at

another three-run shot in the 15-6 win

Claremont McKenna • grandmother,

over Norfolk State • was 2 for 3 with

Carolyn Schuler Jones, won two gold medals at the 1960 Olympics in the 4x100 medley relay and 100

a three-run homer and two runs scored

butterfly • has not declared a major at Delaware.

during the 4-1 triumph over George Ma-

Shelby Jones at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013 .301 53/43 113 23 34 4 2 4 19 54 .478 12 6 18 1 .397 0 3 6-8 60 4 5 .928 Totals .301 53/43 113 23 34 4 2 4 19 54 .478 12 6 18 1 .397 0 3 6-8 60 4 5 .928

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Gabby Klecko

73

Sophomore • OF Colts Neck, N.J. Red Bank Catholic

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will battle for a starting spot in the UD outfield

School • named first team All-Shore

• possesses excellent speed and can be utilized as a pinch-runner.

and first team All-County as a junior and senior •  helped lead Red Bank Catholic

2013 Season: Appeared in 47 games

to the 2008 Shore Championship and to

while making 28 starts as a freshman •

the Division Championship in 2009 and

batted .279 on the year with 24 hits and

2010.

14 runs scored • tied for the team lead with 10 stolen bases • went 3 for 3 with

Personal: Gabrielle E. “Gabby” Klecko

a double, two stolen bases and a run

•  daughter of Joe and Deborah Klecko

scored during the 2-1 win over Hamp-

• has brothers Mike, Dan and Josh,

ton • had two hits in consecutive home

and a sister, Kate •  father played 11

games against Hartford and St. Francis

seasons for the New York Jets, has his

(Pa.) • finished 2 for 3 with two steals

jersey retired by the team, and is a

and three runs scored in the 5-1 triumph

member of the New York Jets Ring of

over La Salle • delivered a game-win-

Honor •  he was named the NFL Defen-

ning two-run double in the 4-3 win over

sive Player of the Year in 1981 •  Dan

Lafayette • named CAA Co-Rookie of the

played seven seasons in the NFL for the

Week on Mar. 12.

New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles, and was a member of three Super Bowl winning teams •  marketing major with a minor in business at Delaware.

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at Red Bank Catholic High

Gabby Klecko at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013 .279 47/28 86 14 24 2 0 0 8 26 .302 1 0 22 0 .287 0 5 10-14 12 0 1 .923 Totals .279 47/28 86 14 24 2 0 0 8 26 .302 1 0 22 0 .287 0 5 10-14 12 0 1 .923

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Lisa Stacevicz

00

Sophomore • OF Lake Forest, Calif. El Toro

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who is again expected to start for the team.

High School: Four-year member of the softball and basketball teams at Cedar

2013 Season: Selected to CAA All-Rookie Team following an outstanding freshman campaign • selected

Grove High School •  named first team

the UD Team Most Valuable Player • appeared in 54 games while starting 50, including the final 27 at

All-Conference during her final three

shortstop • also played right field during 10 games and was behind the plate for nine • led the Blue Hens

years • first team All-County selec-

with 13 doubles, tied for the fourth most in a UD single season • tied for the team lead with 28 RBI •

tion as a junior • selected the team’s

ranked third on the squad with 47 hits,

Freshman of the Year and Sophomore

and tied for third with a .313 batting

of the Year •  led Cedar Grove to the

average and 23 runs scored • posted

2010 county championship, as well as

13 multi-hit games on the season • re-

a pair of conference and section titles

corded three consecutive two-hit games

• basketball team won the county

against Norfolk State, Siena and Hamp-

championship during her senior year

ton • went 3 for 4 with three RBI and

•  honor roll student.

two runs scored during the 15-6 home victory over Norfolk State • finished 5

Personal: Lisa Ann Stacevicz •  daugh-

for 6 with four doubles, three RBI and

ter of Shawn and Amy Stacevicz •  has

three runs scored in the doubleheader

an older sister, Amanda, who played

sweep of La Salle • blasted home runs

softball at UD from 2009-13, and a younger sister, Erin •  has not declared a major at Delaware •  enjoys

against George Mason, Hofstra and

dancing and playing tennis, volleyball and basketball.

Georgia State • named CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Mar. 26 • selected to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

Lisa Stacevicz at Delaware Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2013 .313 54/50 150 23 47 13 0 3 28 69 .460 8 3 17 2 .360 0 2 3-4 124 60 11 .944 Totals .313 54/50 150 23 47 13 0 3 28 69 .460 8 3 17 2 .360 0 2 3-4 124 60 11 .944

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Heather Oakley

12

Junior • Utility Orland, Calif. Orland (UC Davis/Sacramento City)

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to earn significant playing time in the

High School: Two-time All-Northern Section, four-time All-Butte View League honoree • named first

UD infield.

team All-State as a senior • Set 16 school records, earning team MVP accolades all four years (first ever OHS female athlete to do so) • Career stats: batted .472 with 35 doubles, 10 triples, 18 homers, 92 RBI,

At Sacramento City College: 2013 Season: Earned first team All-Big 8 Conference and All-Northern

.922 slugging, .531 on-base • Led CIF-NS with .577 batting average as a junior • Earned All-Tri-Counties

California accolades as an infielder • batted .448 in 38 games, going 52 for 116 at the plate with 38 runs

distinction as a freshman • Played entire season despite a fractured bone in her foot • Played ASA ball

scored, eight doubles, six home runs and 40 RBI • helped Sacramento State to a 33-7 overall record,

with Chico Starz from 2005-11.

including a first place finish in the Big 8 Conference with an 18-3 league mark. Personal: Heather Oakley • born June 8, 1993 in Marietta, Ga. • daughter of George and Maureen At UD Davis: 2012 Season: Appeared in one game and had one at bat for the Aggies.

Oakley • has a younger sister, Theresa • distant cousin of famed dead-eye Annie Oakley • psychology major at Delaware • aspires to become a high school guidance counselor.

Kelly Lupton

21

Sophomore • P Galloway, N.J. Absegami (UNC Greensboro)

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to be an integral member of the UD pitching

High School: Named to the All-South Jersey Team • second to The Press First Team all-stars squad for

staff.

Absegami High School • finished her senior season with 262 strikeouts and just 42 walks in 148 innings • went 17-5 with seven shutouts and two no-hitters, including one in the state playoffs against Egg Harbor

At UNC Greensboro: 2013 Season: Made 18 appearances with seven starts for the Spartans • posted

Township • also set Absegami records with 684 career strikeouts and 79 RBI • batted .333 with two home

a 4-1 record with two saves • recorded a 3.35 ERA and struck out 48 batters • picked up her first career

runs and 18 RBI, while ending her career with 99 hits • member of the Intensity Premier Gold 18U club

save against George Mason, striking out two • earned her first career victory against Eastern Illinois

team in the summer of 2012.

after throwing five innings, allowing just two hits and no earned runs with five strikeouts • struck out a season-best seven batters against Quinnipiac • fired her first career complete game against Hartford,

Personal: Kelly Lynn Lupton • born July 26, 1994, in Galloway, N.J. • daughter of Gina Lupton • owns

allowing one earned run with a career-best 10 strikeouts • earned a one-out save against Western Carolina

and rides eight horses that she jumps in competitions • criminal justice major at Delaware.

• threw two scoreless innings against Liberty and a perfect inning vs. UNCW • picked up her fourth victory with a relief win against Chattanooga.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Abby Cline

7

Freshman • P Millington, N.J. Watchung Hills Regional

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to become an important addition to

the sectional state title and runner up in the Group 4 state championship in 2013 • also was a two-year

the UD pitching staff.

member of the swimming team, and was named the team’s MVP as a freshman • honor roll student.

High School: First team All-Skyland Conference and All-County selection at Watchung Hills High School

Personal: Abby Lynn Cline • born Feb. 1, 1995 • daughter of Joe and Marlo Cline • has a younger

• also earned second team All-Group and third team All-State honors • named 2012 Somerset County

brother, Joseph • enjoys playing tennis, sailing and spending time at the beach during her free time •

Tournament MVP • led Watchung Hills to the 2012 and 2013 Somerset County championship, as well as

accounting major at Delaware.

Giovanna Kolofer

2

Freshman • Utility Salinas, Calif. Notre Dame HS

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to challenge for a starting position in the

Personal: Giovanna Marie Kolofer • born May 5, 1995 • daughter of Eddie Kolofer • has an older sister,

UD infield.

Natalee, and an older brother, Scott • father ran track at Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo and helped the team to the NCAA Division II national championship • brother compete for the Cal Poly triathlon team • nutrition

High School: Four-year starter on the Notre Dame High School softball team • first team All-Tri County

major at Delaware.

Athletic League selection • named All-Monterey County by the Salinas Californian and Monterey County Herald • selected softball team MVP • batted over .500 as a senior, when she led the county in stolen bases and walks • first honor roll student.

Morgan Schroll

10

Freshman • Utility Little Silver, N.J. Red Bank Regional

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to challenge for a starting position in the

Personal: Morgan Shanley Schroll • born January 19, 1995 • daughter of Tom and Sue Schroll • has a

UD outfield.

twin brother, Patrick • university studies major at Delaware.

High School: All-Division selection last year as a senior at Red Bank Regional High School • Vice President of the Future Business Leaders of America • member of Mock Trial • served as manager of the boys’ ice hockey team.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL MEET THE BLUE HENS

Sarah Bencivenga

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Freshman • Utility Toms River, N.J. Toms River East

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to challenge for a starting position in the

• named the team’s MVP as a senior • four-year member of the tennis team • was the team MVP as a

UD infield.

sophomore and team captain as a senior • inducted into Toms River East Tennis Raiders Hall of Fame • was a member of the basketball and winter track teams for one year each • served as High School East

High School: Named second team All-State during her freshman, junior and senior years at Toms River

Ambassador and High School East Safety Ambassador.

East High School • was a first team All-Shore pick in 2013 after earning second team honors in 2010 and 2012 • three-time first team All-Ocean County honoree • named NFCA first team All-East Region and

Personal: Sarah Valerie Bencivenga • born Oct. 28, 1994 • daughter of Brandon and Mary Bencivenga

honorable mention All-American as a senior • selected 2013 first team MaxPreps Softball All-American

• has an older brother, Paul • enjoys playing tennis, sailing and spending time at the beach during her

• led Toms River East to Class A South Division championships during each of her three seasons, Ocean

free time • criminal justice major at Delaware • worked at an ice cream parlour and was a camp counselor

County Tournament titles in 2012 and 2013, and the Shore Conference Tournament championship in 2013

during the summer.

• set school single season records with 26 assists from center field in 2012 and eight home runs in 2013

Courtney Green

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Freshman • Catcher North Andover, Mass. North Andover

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to challenge for playing time behind the

President’s Award for Educational Excellence, Merrimack College Book Award for academic excellence, and

plate.

Society of Women Engineers Award for academic excellence in the math and science fields • active member of Student Ambassadors, Students Against Destructive Driving, and Environmental Club.

High School: Four-year starter on the softball team at North Andover High School • named 2012 All-Star, All-League and Division I Player of the Year • three-year All-Star and 2012 All-League selection in indoor

Personal: Courtney Janelle Green • born July 5, 1995 • daughter of John and Marianne Green • has

track • set the shot put relay record and placed first in the Division I State Relays, was fifth at Division I

two older sisters, Rachelle and Stephanie • Rachelle was a member of the rowing team at Rhode Island,

States, and finished 23rd in All-States as a senior • led North Andover to three league championships •

leading her boat to three consecutive Atlantic 10 championships • father played football at UMass Lowell

three-year member of the volleyball team, and earned 2012 All-Star honors as an outside hitter • earned

• chemical engineering major at Delaware.

10 varsity letters • member of National Honor Society • distinguished honor roll student • recipient of the

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Freshman • Pitcher Middletown, Del. Caravel

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens expected to be a significant member of the Delaware

record with a 0.54 ERA and 222 strikeouts in 141.2 innings during her senior season at Caravel • recorded

pitching staff.

career-highs with a .426 batting average, three home runs and 29 RBI as a senior • member of the student government at Caravel.

High School: Named the 2013 Delaware Softball Gatorade Player of the Year • selected 2013 Delaware Softball Player of the Year by the Wilmington News-Journal • four-time first team All-State selection •

Personal: Carolyn Szymanski • born Sept. 12, 1994 • daughter of Kevin and Cheryl Szymanski • has

led Caravel Academy to state championships in 2010 and 2011, the state finals in 2012, and the state

an older sister, Lauren • has not declared a major at Delaware • enjoys going to the beach and reading

semifinals in 2013 • recorded 12 shutouts, seven no-hitters and three perfect games while compiling a

during her free time.

76-11 record during her four years • struck out 777 batters in 515.2 career innings • posted an 18-3

Danielle Wissinger

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Freshman • Utility Hagerstown, Md. North Hagerstown

At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to earn the starting catching position

team captain in 2012 and 2013 • member of National Honor Society • distinguished honor roll student •

for UD.

member of the Honor Club • served as a Calculus Club tutor.

High School: Four-year starter on the softball team at North Hagerstown High School • named 2013

Personal: Danielle “Boo” Nicole Wissinger • born June 26, 1995 • daughter of Scott and Denise Wissing-

Washington County Hitter of the Year • selected first team All-County honors in each of her final three sea-

er • has an older brother, Mike • enjoys spending time outdoors and hunting during her free time • health

sons after earned honorable mention accolades as a freshman • named honorable mention All-Conference

and physical education major at Delaware • aspires to coach college softball or become an elementary

during her freshman year before earning second team honors as a sophomore and first team accolades as

school physical education teacher.

a junior and senior • started every game and played every inning during her four-year career • served as

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL 2013 RESULTS ! ! ! ! $ $ $ $ % % % % % ^ ^ ^ ^ @ @ @ @ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * + +

Date Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 3 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Mar. 30 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 2 Apr. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 27 May 1 May 1 May 3 May 3 May 4 May 8 May 9

Opponent at Southeastern Louisiana vs. Southern vs. UT Martin vs. Louisiana Tech vs. Mount St. Mary’s vs. Seton Hall vs. South Alabama at Jacksonville at Norfolk State vs. Army vs. Marist vs. Army at Norfolk State vs. Canisius vs. Siena at Hampton vs. UMES Norfolk State Hartford Saint Francis (Pa.) Villanova La Salle La Salle at Drexel at Drexel at Drexel at Saint Joseph’s at Saint Joseph’s Towson Towson Towson at Army at Army at George Mason at George Mason at George Mason Lafayette Lafayette at Hofstra at Hofstra at Hofstra Rider James Madison James Madison James Madison at Saint Peter’s at Saint Peter’s at Georgia State at Georgia State at Georgia State Villanova Villanova UNCW UNCW UNCW vs. James Madison vs. Towson

Game Legend: * Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game ! Jimmy John’s Lion Classic (Hammond, La.)

Result W 4-2 W 3-1 W 7-2 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 5-2 L 0-1 L 2-8 W 10-2 W 11-1 W 5-3 L 2-4 W 12-4 W 10-0 W 7-3 W 2-1 W 8-7 W 15-6 W 1-0 W 7-2 L 2-4 W 5-1 W 6-4 W 11-4 W 6-3 W 3-2 L 3-4 L 1-7 W 4-2 W 6-3 W 5-3 L 3-4 L 0-7 W 4-0 W 4-1 W 2-0 W 4-3 W 3-2 L 1-7 L 0-3 L 2-11 W 2-0 L 2-6 L 2-3 L 0-6 L 3-6 W 7-4 L 5-6 L 0-8 L 2-4 L 0-2 L 1-3 W 6-2 W 6-1 W 2-1 L 2-10 L 1-3

r-h-e 4-8-1 3-7-3 7-13-2 4-6-1 5-11-3 5-7-0 0-2-0 2-6-4 10-10-0 11-4-2 5-8-0 2-5-5 12-13-0 10-11-0 7-12-0 2-7-3 8-9-3 15-17-2 1-6-0 7-15-0 2-5-3 5-9-0 6-9-2 11-7-1 6-7-0 3-7-1 3-11-1 1-3-2 4-9-2 6-7-3 5-8-2 3-5-2 0-2-2 4-7-0 4-8-0 2-9-0 4-9-2 3-7-0 1-2-0 0-1-1 2-3-1 2-8-0 2-7-2 2-4-3 0-5-4 3-10-3 7-10-0 5-10-1 0-3-0 2-6-1 0-2-0 1-3-1 6-12-0 6-7-1 2-8-2 2-7-1 1-3-2

r-h-e 2-4-1 1-4-1 2-5-1 3-6-0 4-7-4 2-8-0 1-7-0 8-12-1 2-6-5 1-7-1 3-5-3 4-11-0 4-9-4 0-3-1 3-8-8 1-6-1 7-8-1 6-7-3 0-8-1 2-9-0 4-11-2 1-5-1 4-6-2 4-10-6 3-11-2 2-5-1 4-8-1 7-7-2 2-6-1 3-9-2 3-8-0 4-8-1 7-11-0 0-2-0 1-6-1 0-5-2 3-6-3 2-6-2 7-14-1 3-8-0 11-10-0 0-6-0 6-10-2 3-9-0 6-13-2 6-10-0 4-8-3 6-12-0 8-11-1 4-4-1 2-8-1 3-8-0 2-9-3 1-4-0 1-8-1 10-18-0 3-5-1

Inns 7 7 7 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 6 7 7 7 7 7 11 6 7

$ Jacksonville University Invitational (Jacksonville, Fla.) % Norfolk State Spartan Classic (Norfolk, Va.) ^ Hampton Lady Pirate Classic (Hampton, Va.)

Overall 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 7-2 8-2 9-2 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 15-3 16-3 17-3 17-4 18-4 19-4 20-4 21-4 22-4 22-5 22-6 23-6 24-6 25-6 25-7 25-8 26-8 27-8 28-8 29-8 30-8 30-9 30-10 30-11 31-11 31-12 31-13 31-14 31-15 32-15 32-16 32-17 32-18 32-19 32-20 33-20 34-20 35-20 35-21 35-22

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

Pitcher of Record Stacevicz (W 1-0) Curran (W 1-0) Coffman (W 1-0) Jiao (W 1-0) Jiao (W 2-0) Coffman (W 2-0) Jiao (L 2-1) Curran (L 1-1) Stacevicz (W 2-0) Curran (W 2-1) Coffman (W 3-0) Jiao (L 2-2) Coffman (W 4-0) Coffman (W 5-0) Curran (W 3-1) Jiao (W 3-2) Stacevicz (W 3-0) Coffman (W 6-0) Jiao (W 4-2) Jiao (W 5-2) Curran (L 3-2) Jiao (W 6-2) Curran (W 4-2) Jiao (W 7-2) Curran (W 5-2) Stacevicz (W 4-0) Jiao (L 7-3) Stacevicz (W 4-1) Jiao (W 8-3) Jiao (W 9-3) Coffman (W 7-0) Curran (L 5-3) Rust (L 0-1) Stacevicz (W 5-1) Jiao (W 10-3) Curran (W 6-3) Jiao (W 11-3) Coffman (W 8-0) Stacevicz (L 5-2) Jiao (L 11-4) Coffman (L 8-1) Jiao (W 12-4) Jiao (L 12-5) Coffman (L 8-2) Stacevicz (L 5-3) Curran (L 6-4) Coffman (W 9-2) Jiao (L 12-6) Coffman (L 9-3) Curran (L 6-5) Jiao (L 12-7) Stacevicz (L 5-4) Jiao (W 13-7) Stacevicz (W 6-4) Stacevicz (W 7-4) Curran (L 6-6) Jiao (L 13-8)

Att. 132 132 75 75 117 246 118 234 87 55 74 76 74 27 35 102 30 110 95 185 140 90 95 55 66 66 33 17 145 145 160 32 32 125 135 99 90 90 306 276 173 110 160 160 170 132 132 185 166 182 90 90 115 115 215 203 287

Time 2:02 1:54 2:30 2:02 2:31 2:50 1:59 2:34 1:40 1:47 2:11 2:01 2:11 1:15 1:47 2:08 2:14 3:04 1:47 2:05 2:00 1:45 1:35 2:35 2:06 1:54 2:01 1:45 2:05 1:40 1:42 2:00 1:43 1:56 2:15 1:52 1:45 1:34 1:43 1:54 1:22 1:48 1:50 1:50 2:05 1:36 1:45 2:40 1:46 1:29 1:42 1:35 1:55 1:40 2:30 2:06 1:43

@ Delaware Spring Invitational (Newark, Del.) + CAA Tournament (Hempstead, N.Y.)

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL 2013 STATISTICS

Overall Statistics (35-22) Colonial Athletic Association: 12-9 (4th place) 17 24 0 9 3 73 27 25 37 12 2 23 22 87 18 13

Batters AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Jessica Grisler.............. .365 55 55 189 39 69 10 4 1 13 90 .476 17 2 18 1 .421 1 3 10 17 49 3 0 1.000 Michelle McKinnon....... .320 35 35 122 22 39 5 2 0 17 48 .393 3 0 7 1 .328 3 3 7 11 47 44 10 .901 Lisa Stacevicz............... .313 54 50 150 23 47 13 0 3 28 69 .460 8 3 17 2 .360 0 2 3 4 124 60 11 .944 Lara Andrews............... .313 57 57 182 29 57 11 1 4 28 82 .451 14 1 13 2 .360 3 16 4 4 96 101 14 .934 Shelby Jones................ .301 53 43 113 23 34 4 2 4 19 54 .478 12 6 18 1 .397 0 3 6 8 60 4 5 .928 Gabby Klecko............... .279 47 28 86 14 24 2 0 0 8 26 .302 1 0 22 0 .287 0 5 10 14 12 0 1 .923 Hannah George............ .270 55 53 126 23 34 7 1 0 16 43 .341 17 1 24 0 .359 1 11 8 10 79 6 2 .977 Kaitlyn Breneman........ .262 28 14 42 9 11 4 0 2 9 21 .500 8 0 13 0 .380 0 2 1 1 51 8 6 .908 Tori Conrad.................. .259 55 55 135 16 35 5 1 2 23 48 .356 40 2 37 0 .433 1 1 2 2 128 69 4 .980 Amanda Stacevicz........ .253 38 25 83 9 21 4 1 1 5 30 .361 3 1 18 0 .287 0 1 1 1 26 16 2 .955 Gina Knutson............... .247 49 20 77 18 19 5 3 1 11 33 .429 9 1 15 1 .333 0 1 7 9 18 1 2 .905 Marisa Newman........... .228 52 50 123 8 28 2 0 2 15 36 .293 9 16 16 1 .351 3 9 1 1 297 20 7 .978 Brittney Noons............. .200 9 0 10 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 .200 0 0 4 0 .200 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 1.000 Mary O’Reilly............... .140 42 35 50 3 7 0 0 0 1 7 .140 3 1 13 1 .204 0 3 1 1 150 16 5 .971 Chenxi Jiao.................. .000 5 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 5 20 5 .833 Hannah Rust................ .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 .800

Totals................... .286 57 1493 236 427 72 15 20 195 589 .395 144 34 235 10 .359 12 60 61 83 1151 418 75 .954 Opponents............ .286 57 1555 196 445 66 11 18 177 587 .377 130 15 229 9 .345 10 43 56 67 1134 471 81 .952 Runners Left on Base: Delaware - 375, Opponents - 408. Double Plays Turned: Delaware - 19, Opponents - 20. Triple Plays: Delaware - 0, Opponents - 1. 18 12 33 14 13

Pitchers ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B-Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Chenxi Jiao....................2.15 13 8 35 14 9 2 2 6 143.0 155 59 44 32 84 29 5 6 574 .270 2 8 0 4 17 Amanda Stacevicz..........2.75 7 4 16 13 3 0 1 0 68.2 70 31 27 25 50 14 2 1 269 .260 3 1 1 2 5 Kiersten Coffman...........3.11 9 3 26 12 6 1 1 2 96.2 114 51 43 41 62 16 1 8 391 .292 7 2 0 3 10 Taylor Curran.................3.61 6 6 17 13 3 0 1 0 66.0 88 43 34 27 30 7 2 2 278 .317 2 3 0 1 10 Hannah Rust..................3.75 0 1 5 5 0 0 0 0 9.1 18 12 5 5 3 0 1 1 43 .419 1 1 0 0 1

Totals......................4.23 15 41 57 57 22 2 0 2 370.2 490 287 224 150 237 91 16 39 1553 .316 26 37 6 12 56 Opponents...............1.99 41 15 57 57 34 18 2 4 380.2 314 135 108 122 263 54 6 16 1397 .225 29 41 3 3 58

Colonial Athletic Association Statistics 17 9 3 0 12 23 22 24 27 37 25 87 2 73 18 13

Batters AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Jessica Grisler.............. .419 19 19 62 14 26 4 0 0 4 30 .484 7 1 6 1 .479 1 1 2 5 19 1 0 1.000 Lara Andrews............... .324 21 21 68 5 22 5 1 0 12 29 .426 5 0 8 1 .360 2 5 0 0 39 33 3 .960 Shelby Jones................ .302 20 15 43 8 13 3 1 2 8 24 .558 5 2 4 1 .400 0 0 2 2 24 3 2 .931 Lisa Stacevicz............... .292 21 21 65 10 19 5 0 3 12 33 .508 0 2 7 0 .313 0 0 1 1 64 35 7 .934 Amanda Stacevicz........ .258 14 9 31 5 8 2 0 0 1 10 .323 2 0 8 0 .303 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 1.000 Marisa Newman........... .231 21 21 52 3 12 0 0 1 5 15 .288 2 7 6 1 .344 0 2 0 0 107 7 1 .991 Brittney Noons............. .200 3 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200 0 0 1 0 .200 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1.000 Michelle McKinnon....... .194 8 8 31 2 6 2 0 0 3 8 .258 1 0 1 1 .219 0 0 1 1 10 5 3 .833 Hannah George............ .188 21 20 48 10 9 3 0 0 6 12 .250 6 0 10 0 .273 1 4 4 5 28 1 2 .935 Tori Conrad.................. .173 21 21 52 5 9 2 0 0 5 11 .212 14 0 15 0 .343 1 1 0 0 51 24 1 .987 Kaitlyn Breneman........ .143 6 3 7 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 .286 2 0 4 0 .333 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 1.000 Mary O’Reilly............... .136 17 14 22 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 .136 1 0 7 0 .174 0 1 0 0 67 5 1 .986 Gina Knutson............... .132 20 11 38 4 5 1 0 0 2 6 .158 5 0 10 1 .233 0 0 2 2 6 0 1 .857 Gabby Klecko............... .115 18 8 26 4 3 0 0 0 1 3 .115 0 0 11 0 .115 0 1 0 2 6 0 0 1.000 Chenxi Jiao.................. .000 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 7 4 .667 Hannah Rust................ .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1.000

Totals................... .249 21 551 73 137 28 2 6 61 187 .339 50 12 98 6 .322 5 15 12 18 432 144 25 .958 Opponents............ .296 21 588 76 174 34 6 7 73 241 .410 48 6 98 5 .354 2 17 18 21 431 171 26 .959 Runners Left on Base: Delaware - 129, Opponents - 153. Double Plays Turned: Delaware - 7, Opponents - 6. 13 12 18 14 33

Pitchers ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B-Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Hannah Rust..................2.33 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 .222 0 0 0 0 1 Amanda Stacevicz..........2.74 4 2 7 6 1 0 1 0 30.2 33 13 12 10 27 7 0 1 .268 2 0 1 0 1 Chenxi Jiao....................2.90 5 3 17 6 2 0 2 4 60.1 74 31 25 15 37 18 3 2 .295 0 6 0 2 5 Taylor Curran.................3.57 2 1 4 3 1 0 1 0 17.2 19 10 9 6 13 2 1 1 .271 0 0 0 0 3 Kiersten Coffman...........4.11 1 3 11 5 2 0 1 2 32.1 46 21 19 16 20 7 1 3 .341 1 0 0 0 7

Totals......................3.21 12 9 21 21 6 2 2 6 144.0 174 76 66 48 98 34 6 7 .296 3 6 1 2 17 Opponents...............2.48 9 12 21 21 11 3 0 0 143.2 137 73 51 50 98 28 2 6 .249 12 12 0 5 15

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL 2013 CAA REVIEW

2013 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FINAL STANDINGS CAA OVERALL W L PCT W L T PCT Hofstra.................................... 18 2 .900 47 13 0 .783 James Madison........................ 18 3 .857 42 17 0 .712 Georgia State.......................... 13 8 .619 36 19 0 .655 Delaware............................. 12 9 .571 35 23 0 .603 Towson.................................... 11 10 .524 30 28 1 .517 George Mason........................... 6 15 .286 18 37 0 .327 UNCW....................................... 3 17 .150 16 37 0 .302 Drexel....................................... 2 19 .095 15 36 0 .294 2013 CAA TOURNAMENT - Hofstra Field, Hempstead, N.Y. Wednesday, May 8 Game 1: #1 Hofstra 6, #4 Towson 0 Game 2: #2 James Madison 10, #3 Delaware 2 (6 inn.)

Thursday, May 9 Game 3: Hofstra 8, James Madison 0 (6 inn.) Game 4: Towson 3, Delaware 1 Game 5: James Madison 8, Towson 1

Home Away Neutral 24-2 13-5 10-6 14-2 13-6 15-9 20-7 11-9 5-3 14-6 11-13 10-4 18-8-1 5-13 7-7 15-24 2-11 1-2 8-18 5-13 3-6 4-12 7-17 4-7

Friday, May 10 Game 6: Hofstra 2, James Madison 1

Tournament Most Outstanding Player: Olivia Galati (Hofstra). All-Tournament Team: Lara Andrews (Delaware), Chloe Fitzgerald (Hofstra), Jailyn Ford (James Madison), Olivia Galati (Hofstra), Morgan Heath (James Madison), Shelby Jones (Delaware), Katie Lingmai (Towson), Sarah Mooney (James Madison), Tori Rocha (Hofstra), Erin Trippi (Hofstra), Olivia Yarbrough (Towson)

2013 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS ALL-CAA FIRST TEAM Erin Trippi, Hofstra.................................................................... C Jailyn Ford, James Madison.................................................... 1B Lauryn Buckworth, UNCW....................................................... 2B Jess Hirschbuhl, Hofstra.......................................................... 3B Brooke Blankenship, George Mason.........................................SS Caryn Bailey, Hofstra.............................................................. OF Jasmine Butler, James Madison............................................... OF Jessica Clifton, Georgia State................................................... OF Sarah Mooney, James Madison..........................................DP/NP Jailyn Ford, James Madison...................................................... P Olivia Galti, Hofstra.................................................................. P

ALL-CAA SECOND TEAM Callie Aford, Georgia State........................................................ C Lauren Coleman, Georgia State............................................... 1B Tori Rocha, Hofstra................................................................. 2B Delanie Dunham, Towson........................................................ 3B Becca Bigler, Hofstra................................................................SS Caitlin Sandy, James Madison...................................................SS Jessica Grisler, Delaware................................................. OF Morgan Heath, James Madison............................................... OF Tessa Ziemba, Hofstra............................................................. OF Chloe Fitzgerald................................................................DP/NP Heather Kiefer, James Madison................................................. P Kaitlyn Medlam, Georgia State.................................................. P

CAA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Taylor Anderson, Georgia State................................................ IF Caryn Bailey, Hofstra.............................................................. OF Erica Field, James Madison........................................................ C Chloe Fitzgerald, Hofstra......................................................... OF Jailyn Ford, James Madison................................................ P/1B Maggie Hawkins, Hofstra........................................................ 1B Shelby Jones, Delaware................................................... OF Lisa Stacevicz, Delaware..................................................SS Olivia Yarbrough, Towson........................................................ OF Katie Worley, Georgia State....................................................... P

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HONORS Player of the Year: Sarah Mooney, James Madison Pitcher of the Year: Olivia Galati, Hofstra Rookie of the Year: Jailyn Ford, James Madison Coach of the Year: Bill Edwards, Hofstra

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TEAM STATISTICS BATTING G Avg AB R H Hofstra....................................59 .313 1574 329 492 James Madison........................59 .307 1544 297 474 Delaware.............................57 .286 1493 236 427 Georgia State..........................55 .275 1466 282 403 Towson....................................59 .239 1494 213 357 UNCW.....................................53 .236 1371 192 324 George Mason.........................55 .222 1426 137 316 Drexel.....................................51 .207 1313 128 272

2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT 89 11 56 173 236 34-49 66 6 48 99 261 139-179 72 15 20 144 235 61-83 53 9 45 214 305 78-95 52 9 29 117 349 57-65 62 4 15 155 261 45-64 45 4 6 122 226 33-40 45 2 8 100 297 23-32

PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB Hofstra....................................59 1.67 46 13 3 385.1 281 116 92 56 James Madison........................59 1.96 42 17 3 385.1 300 149 108 121 Delaware.............................57 2.79 35 22 8 383.2 445 196 153 130 George Mason.........................55 3.08 18 37 4 370.1 387 229 163 153 Georgia State..........................55 3.14 36 19 5 367.1 338 205 165 126 Towson....................................59 3.72 30 28 3 383.2 403 245 204 175 UNCW.....................................53 4.13 16 37 1 356.0 427 293 210 130 Drexel.....................................51 4.28 15 36 3 343.1 410 267 210 168 FIELDING G PO A E Pct DP PB SB-ATT Hofstra....................................59 1156 316 41 .973 7 1 14-24 James Madison........................59 1156 481 70 .959 21 7 19-27 Georgia State..........................55 1102 411 65 .959 10 6 30-44 George Mason.........................55 1111 561 74 .958 21 11 48-70 Towson....................................59 1151 362 67 .958 12 5 43-58 Delaware.............................57 1151 418 75 .954 19 5 56-67 Drexel.....................................51 1030 383 80 .946 9 9 97-116 UNCW.....................................53 1068 472 98 .940 10 9 85-98

INDIVIDUAL BATTING Min 2.0 AB/Team game G Sarah Mooney, James Madison.....................59 Jailyn Ford, James Madison.........................59 Jessica Grisler, Delaware......................55 Caryn Bailey, Hofstra...................................59 Jasmine Butler, James Madison....................55 Lauryn Buckworth, UNCW............................53 Tessa Ziemba, Hofstra..................................53 Maggie Hawkins, Hofstra.............................58 Morgan Heath, James Madison....................59 Jessica Clifton, Georgia State........................55 Jess Hirschbuhl, Hofstra...............................59 Erica Field, James Madison...........................59 Callie Alford, Georgia State..........................55 Michelle McKinnon, Delaware..............35 Chloe Fitzgerlald, Hofstra.............................55 Erin Trippi, Hofstra.......................................59 Lisa Stacevicz, Delaware......................54 Caitlin Sandy, James Madison.......................57 Lara Andrews, Delaware......................57 Delanie Dunham, Towson.............................59

Avg AB R .400 175 45 .373 169 38 .365 189 39 .360 175 29 .359 170 49 .355 155 12 .349 172 45 .335 158 25 .335 194 40 .331 172 31 .329 158 42 .328 192 30 .325 166 34 .320 122 22 .316 177 29 .315 168 32 .313 150 23 .313 166 20 .313 182 29 .311 177 34

H RBI 2B 3B HR BB 70 67 9 0 17 17 63 49 11 1 15 15 69 13 10 4 1 17 63 43 17 5 9 12 61 9 2 2 1 13 55 29 14 0 3 18 60 50 14 2 14 11 53 28 15 2 4 15 65 23 11 0 5 16 57 31 9 2 4 15 52 35 7 0 7 19 63 35 14 0 1 5 54 44 7 1 10 26 39 17 5 2 0 3 56 5 0 0 0 9 53 46 14 1 5 26 47 28 13 0 3 8 52 25 5 2 3 4 57 28 11 1 4 14 55 41 4 1 6 15

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Min 1.0 IP/Team game App Olivia Galati, Hofstra...................................56 Jailyn Ford, James Madison.........................33 Heather Kiefer, James Madison....................27 Anna Blessing, George Mason......................20 Chenxi Jiao, Delaware..........................35 Kaitlyn Medlam, Georgia State.....................39 Amanda Stacevicz, Delaware........................16 Casey Herring, George Mason......................33 Katie Lingmai, Towson.................................39 Casey Rowland, UNCW.................................31 Kiersten Coffman, Delaware................26 Katie Worley, Georgia State..........................35 Christina Gabriele, George Mason.................20 Tara Konopka, Drexel..................................20 Taylor Curran, Delaware.......................17

ERA W-L 1.42 40-12 1.61 24-6 1.65 14-8 1.74 3-10 2.15 13-8 2.68 18-8 2.75 7-4 2.84 4-7 3.00 18-16 3.06 10-13 3.11 9-3 3.21 15-10 3.38 5-9 3.44 8-18 3.61 6-6

Sv IP H R ER BB SO 3 341.0 223 83 69 31 395 1 191.0 122 54 44 66 209 1 135.2 114 56 32 27 65 0 104.2 94 41 26 35 40 6 143.0 155 59 44 32 84 2 183.0 160 94 70 49 108 0 68.2 70 31 27 25 50 4 83.2 82 42 34 35 66 1 221.2 204 110 95 98 197 0 157.2 155 106 69 48 114 2 96.2 114 51 43 41 62 2 150.1 132 81 69 55 107 0 85.0 95 57 41 29 50 1 171.0 180 114 84 64 118 0 66.0 88 43 34 27 30

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross counCAA Commissioner try, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis Tom Yeager and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has

Colonial Athletic Association 8625 Patterson Avene Richmond, Va. 23229 Phone: 804-754-1616 Fax: 804-754-1830 www.caasports.com Commissioner:.........................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball:...............................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer:.................................................................................... Cindy Williams Executive Assistant:....................................................................................... Raven Wilkinson Senior Associate Commissioner, Championships/Marketing:...................Robert Goodman Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA:......Kathleen Batterson Associate Commissioner, Communications:.....................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services:......................................................Peter Hock Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies:...................................Scott Meyer Assistant Commissioner, Championships:.........................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships:.........................................................Ashley Bolton Assistant Commissioner, Women’s Basketball:........................................ Samantha Barany Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications:...................... Niki DeSantis Director of Football Communications and Operations:..................................... Zach Burrus Director of Corporate Partnerships:................................................................Brian Edmonds Director of Video Services:.....................................................................................Alex Souza Assistant Director of Video Services:..............................................................Bobby Broyles Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services:...................Vincent Pierson Officiating Administrator:...................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern:..................................................................................... Tim McDonnell guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15. CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY Current Membership College of Charleston (2013-present) University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present) Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012) Future Member Elon University (2014)

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All-Conference Selections First Team selections Marge Brown (1B) - 1983, 1984 Gail Hoffer (OF - 1983, 1984 Patty Freeman (P) - 1983, 1984, 1985 Theresa Kugelmann (3B) - 1983 Lori Horton (3B) - 1984, 1985, 1986 Terri Cavender (OF) - 1984 Chris Morrow (DH) - 1984 Lisa Bartoli (C) - 1985 Lynne Bartlett (OF) - 1986, 1987, 1988 Barb Lewis (OF) - 1986 Darla Shearer (P) - 1986 Kathy Tucci (P) - 1987 Tiffany Bashore (2B) - 1987 Missy Hukill (C) - 1988, 1989 Kim Griffin (OF) - 1992 Missy Miller (3B) - 1992 Janet Jones (OF) - 1993 Lauren Baugher (3B) - 1994, 1996 Lisa Frank (OF) - 1998 Kristi O’Connell (P) - 1998, 2000 Lauren Mark (OF) - 1999 Amanda Cariello (DP) - 1999, 2001*, 2002 Mandy Welch (OF) - 2002 Laura Streets (2B) - 2002, 2004 Carolynn Sloat (P) - 2004 Allison Borchers (2B) - 2006 Kim Ovittore (SS) - 2009 Jenny Richards (OF) - 2010 *earned 2001 honor as utility player Second Team selections Debbie Hughes (2B) - 1992 Jen Lawson (3B) - 1992 Jen Ballier (P) - 1992 Chris Etherington (P) - 1993 Lisa Kosanovich (2B) - 1993 Lisa Myers (OF-SS) - 1993, 1994, 1995 Lisa Wood (OF) - 1994 Lisa Frank (OF) - 1998 Kristi O’Connell (P) - 1999 Chris Brady (OF) - 1998 Susan Dugan (P) - 2000 Lauren Mark (OF) - 2001 Mandy Welch (OF) - 2001 Melissa Basilio (3B) - 2002, 2003 Laurie Erickson (C) - 2003, 2004 Randi Isaacs (DP) - 2004 Liz Winslow (1B) - 2004 Allison Borchers (2B) - 2005 Jenn Joseph (UT) - 2005 Kim Ovittore (SS) - 2007 Michelle Grap (3B) - 2009

DELAWARE SOFTBALL HONORS Amanda Stacevicz (DP/P) - 2010, 2011 Gina Knutson (C) - 2011 Michelle McKinnon (2B) - 2011 Jessica Grisler (OF) - 2013 All-Rookie Team selections Amanda Stacevicz (P/DP) - 2009 Rachel Jones (OF) - 2009 Jenny Richards (OF) - 2010 Michelle McKinnon (2B) - 2011 Jessica Grisler (3B) - 2012 Shelby Jones (OF) - 2013 Lisa Stacevicz (SS) - 2013 Conference Affiliations East Coast Conference: 1983-1991 North Atlantic Conference/America East: 1992-2001 Colonial Athletic Association: 2002-Present

National, Regional & Major Award Winners AIAW NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Audie Kujala - 1976 ALL-MID ATLANTIC REGION Kim Griffin - 1992 (second team) Erin Eisenhower - 1994 (second team) Lisa Wood - 1994 (second team) Lisa Myers - 1995 (first team) Lauren Baugher - 1996 (second team) Lisa Frank - 1998 (first team) Lauren Mark - 1999 (first team), 2001 (second team) Kristi O’Connell - 1999 (second team), 2000 (first team) Mandy Welch - 1999 (second team) Susan Dugan - 2000 (second team) Laura Streets - 2004 (first team) Carolynn Sloat - 2004 (second team), 2006 (second team) Jenn Joseph - 2005 (second team) Allison Borchers - 2006 (first team) ALL-NORTHEAST REGION Amanda Stacevicz - 2010 (second team) ALL-ECAC Lauren Mark - 2000 (first team) Amanda Cariello - 2001 (honorable mention) Laura Streets - 2002 (honorable mention) NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR (State of Delaware) Kari Manlove - 1994

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UD ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Audie Kujala - 1998 Lauren Baugher - 2003 Joan (Schimpf) Samonisky - 2005 Patty Freeman - 2009 Kristi O’Connell - 2011 UD OUTSTANDING SENIOR FEMALE ATHLETE Kristi O’Connell - 2000 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR B.J. Ferguson - 1986, 1997, 2003 CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Lauren Mark - 1999 (America East) Laura Streets - 2004 (Colonial Athletic Association) CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mandy Welch - 1999 Allison Borchers - 2005 CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Kathy Tucci - 1989, 1990 COSIDA DISTRICT II ALL-ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM Missy Hukill - 1989 Kathy Tucci - 1990 Kim Griffin - 1992 Kari Manlove - 1994 Alison Rose - 1997 Krysta Pidstawski - 1997, 1998, 1999 Carolyn Wasilewski - 2000, 2001 COSIDA NATIONAL ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Krysta Pidstawski - 1998 (third team) CAA JOHN H. RANDOLPH INSPIRATION AWARD Mandy Welch - 2002 CAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM Allison Borchers Carolynn Sloat Laura Streets

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Delaware Softball Year-By-Year Record Year Rec.

Post-season Play / Conference Record (Finish)

1976 1977 1978 1979

14-1 EAIAW Regionals (2-1) 10-6 EAIAW Regionals (1-2) 11-9 EAIAW Regionals (1-2) 8-11

1980

6-9

Head Coach Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Audie Kujala

Captain(s) Audie Kujala, Karen Horney Audie Kujala Sue Sowter, Joan Schimpf Joan Schimpf Karen Johnson, Donna Milano

1981 14-13 1982 16-9 1983 19-11 1984 17-13 1985 14-18 1986 17-12-1 1987 19-11 1988 22-12 1989 19-15 1990 17-15 1991 8-29 1992 14-21 1993 21-13 1994 23-21 1995 15-31-1 1996 17-21 1997 22-19 1998 27-20 1999 33-17 2000 36-14 2001 24-25 2002 19-27 2003 20-21-1 2004 29-24-1 2005 28-25 2006 33-24 2007 16-26-3 2008 22-26 2009 21-18 2010 20-30-1

EAIAW Regionals (1-2) B.J. Ferguson Terry Short 3rd, EAIAW Regionals (3-2) B.J. Ferguson Julie Moyer, Karen Stout 6-5, East Coast Conference (t-1st) B.J. Ferguson Marge Brown, Lynn Shramek ECC Runner-Up 5-1, ECC (t-1st) B.J. Ferguson Marge Brown, Jill Fuchs ECC Champions 8-4, ECC (t-2nd) B.J. Ferguson Lisa Bartoli, Beth Helm 8-4, ECC (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Tiffany Bashore, Michele Norris 9-3, ECC (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Tiffany Bashore, Jill Rosen 6-6, ECC (4th) B.J. Ferguson Missy Hukill, Wendy Lockhart 9-5, ECC (4th) B.J. Ferguson Missy Hukill, Lynne Bartlett 8-6, ECC (5th) B.J. Ferguson Lisa Van Vechten, Carolyn Weeks 2-10, ECC (6th) B.J. Ferguson Carol Gibson, Cheryl Richino 2-8, North Atlantic Conference (6th) B.J. Ferguson Cheryl Richino, Carol Gibson 6-2, NAC (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Christine Glatt, Suzanne Morrison, Michelle Rittenhouse 4-4, NAC (3rd) B.J. Ferguson Lisa Kosanovich, Lisa Myers 1-9-1, NAC (7th) B.J. Ferguson Lisa Myers, Lisa Kosanovich, Allison Gladwell 5-9, NAC (6th) B.J. Ferguson Jen Ballier, Lauren Baugher 9-4, America East (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Lauren Baugher, Alison Rose, Kristen Kayatta 9-5, America East (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Bonita Seaman, Laurie Brosnahan 8-6, America East (3rd) B.J. Ferguson Laurie Brosnahan, Chris Brady, Kelly Dowell 18-6, America East (2nd) B.J. Ferguson Chris Brady, Kristi O’Connell, Erin Kelly 11-17, America East (5th) B.J. Ferguson Susan Dugan, Lauren Mark, Carolyn Wasilewski 5-9, Colonial Athletic Assoc. (5th) B.J. Ferguson Amanda Cariello, Mandy Welch 8-7, CAA (3rd) B.J. Ferguson Laurie Erickson, Melissa Basilio 9-8, CAA (4th) B.J. Ferguson Laurie Erickson, Laura Streets CAA Runner-Up 6-11, CAA (T-5th) B.J. Ferguson Lauren Gardner, Jenny Gilkins, Kelley Pastic 10-10, CAA (4th) B.J. Ferguson Allison Borchers, Michell Plant,Carolynn Sloat 7-13, CAA (T-6th) B.J. Ferguson Carolynn Sloat (Head), Kim Ovittore, Michelle Plant (Asst.) 4-17, CAA (7th) B.J. Ferguson Allison Borchers, Kim Ovittore, Quinn Megargel 7-9, CAA (5th) B.J. Ferguson ----8-13, CAA (6th) B.J. Ferguson Cecile Egan, Michelle Grap

10-11, CAA (4th) 8-12, CAA (4th) 12-9, CAA (3rd)

2011 2012 2013

21-34 15-41-1 35-22

Jaime Wohlbach Jaime Wohlbach Jaime Wohlbach

Lara Andrews, Michelle Grap, Jenny Richards, Amanda Stacevicz Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz

Totals 742-716-9 (38 seasons)

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INDIVIDUAL MISCELLANEOUS Games Played, Career:..................201, Michelle Plant, 2004-07 ................................................................200, Katie Lee, 2005-08 ......................................................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 ...........................................................195, Kelley Pastic, 2002-05 Games Played, Season:...........57, 7 players; 2006, 2012, 2013 Games Started, Career:........................199, Katie Lee, 2005-08 .........................................................199, Michelle Plant, 2004-07 Consecutive Games Played: ......................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 (every career game) .......................................... 195, Kelley Pastic (every career game) Consecutive Games Started: ......................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 (every career game)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING At Bats, Career:..........................644, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 At Bats, Season:..................................192, Michelle Plant, 2004 At Bats, Game:.8, Brooke May vs. La Salle, 4/10/2002 (16 inn.) .................... 8, Laura Streets vs. La Salle, 4/10/2002 (16 innings) ..................... 8, Lauren Mark vs. Hofstra, 5/12/2000 (20 innings) ..................... 8, Lauren Baugher vs. Drexel, 4/13/96 (14 innings) ................... 8, Laurie Brosnahan vs. Drexel, 4/13/96 (14 innings) Runs, Career:...............................119, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Runs, Season:........................................ 39, Jessica Grisler, 2013 Runs, Game:..................4, Jessica Grisler vs. Drexel, 3/23/2013 ................................. 4, Cecile Egan vs. James Madison, 4/2/2010 ............................................ 4, Katie Lee vs. Bucknell, 4/27/2005 .........................................................4, Mandy Welch, 3/24/2001 ..................................4, Karen Johnson vs. William Paterson, 1977 .............................................. 4, Audie Kujala vs. Glassboro, 1977 Hits, Career:................................205, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Hits, Season:....................................... 73, Allison Borchers, 2006 Hits, Game:................5, Joan Schimpf vs. William Paterson, 1976 ................................ 5, Audie Kujala vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1976 ............................................5, Theresa Kugelmann vs. Rider, 1982 ..................................5, Lisa Myers vs. George Mason, 3/21/1993 ...........................................5, Lauren Mark vs. Hofstra, 5/2/1999 ...............................5, Rachel Jones vs. James Madison, 4/2/2010 Longest Hitting Streak:..................... 15, Allison Borchers, 2006 ................................14, Laura Streets, 2002-03 (7 in each season) ............................................................. 13, Allison Borchers, 2007 .................................................................. 12, Randi Isaacs, 2004 ................................................................. 12, Laura Streets, 2004 ..................................................................... 12, Lisa Myers, 1995 ..................................................................... 12, Lisa Frank, 1998

BLUE HEN RECORDS RBI, Career:................................. 107, Lauren Mark, 1998-2001 RBI, Season:............................................45, Lauren Mark, 1999 RBI, Game:................... 9, Christine Brady vs. St. Joseph’s, 1999^ ^ No. 2 on NCAA single-game list Batting Average, Career:.............. .530, Audie Kujala, 1976-77 Batting Average, Season:..... .560, Audie Kujala, 1976 (23-41) Total Bases, Career:........................291, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Total Bases, Season:........................ 105, Allison Borchers, 2006 Total Bases, Game:..... 14, Joan Schimpf vs. Wm. Paterson, 1976 Slugging Pct., Career (100 ab):.. .559, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Slugging Pct., Season:............. .881, Theresa Kugelmann, 1980 On-Base Pct., Season:....................... .513, Laura Streets, 2004 Stolen Bases, Career:..........................66, Kim Griffin, 1989-92 Stolen Bases, Season:.............................. 23, Kim Griffin, 1990 Stolen Bases, Game:...............5, Joan Schimpf vs. Ursinus, 1979 Consecutive Stolen Bases:............... 16, Lynn Bartlett, 1987-89 Sacrifice Hits, Career:........................51, Kelley Pastic, 2002-05 Sacrifice Hits, Season:........................ 20, Christine Brady, 1999

Appearances, Career: ..................146, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Appearances, Season:.......................... 41, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 Innings Pitched, Career:............852.1, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Innings Pitched, Season:................ 242.1, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 Innings Pitched, Game:.... 14, Jenn Joseph vs. Penn, 3/23/2003 ...........................................14, Krysta Pidstawski vs. Drexel, 1996 ...................................14, Christine Etherington vs. Bucknell, 1993 Consecutive IP without an Earned Run: ...........................................46.1, Kristi O’Connell 3/22-4/8/2000 Wins, Career:...................................63, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Wins, Season:.............................. 20, Susan Dugan (20-3), 2000 Wins, Consecutive:................ 12, Susan Dugan, 2/26-4/8/2000 Losses, Career:................................60, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Losses, Season:.................................... 16, Cheryl Richino, 1991 ..................................................... 16, Carolynn Sloat, 2006, 2007 Strikeouts, Career:........................611, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Strikeouts, Season:............................ 187, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 Strikeouts, Game:......15, Lindsay Jones vs. George Mason, 2006

Walks, Career:...............................89, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Walks, Season:..........................................40, Tori Conrad, 2013 Walks, Game:..........................4, Tori Conrad vs. Drexel, 3/2013 ........................................4, Lara Andrews vs. Towson, 3/25/2012 ................................. 4, Allison Borchers vs. Villanova, 4/19/2006 ........................................... 4, Audie Kujala vs. West Chester, 1977

Walks, Career:....................... 206, Anne Marie Pagano, 2007-11 Walks, Season:.................................. 69, Amanda Cariello, 2000 ...................................................................69, Jenn Joseph, 2002 Walks, Game:................10, Jenn Joseph vs. Hofstra, 5/10/2002 Fewest Walks, Season:..........7, Lindsay Jones (102.2 IP), 2003 Fewest Walks / 7 IP, Season: ....................................0.447, Lindsay Jones (7 in 102.2 IP), 2003

Strikeouts, Career:......................... 128, Michelle Grap, 2008-11 Strikeouts, Season:............................... 43, Michelle Grap, 2010

Shutouts, Career:............................18, Patty Freeman, 1982-85 Shutouts, Season:...............................10, Kristi O’Connell, 2000

Toughest to Strikeout, Season (50 AB):................................. .....................................................Tiffany Bashore, 1987 (0 in 92)

Complete Games, Career:..............96, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Complete Games, Season:.................. 28, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 ............................................................... 28, Carolynn Sloat, 2006

Hit by pitch, Career:.....................30, Marisa Newman, 2012-13 Hit by pitch, Season:.........................16, Marisa Newman, 2013

Saves, Career:..............................8, Kristi O’Connell, 1997-2000 Saves, Season:............................................. 4, Jen Ballier, 1995 ERA, Career:............... 1.14, Christine Etherington, 1993 (147 IP) ERA, Season:...........................0.66, Sue Coleman, 1984 (103 IP) Hit Batters, Season:...........................14, Kristi O’Connell, 1998 Perfect Game (1):............... Jen Ballier vs. Delaware State, 1994

Doubles, Career:................................47, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Doubles, Season:.................................... 19, Laura Streets, 2004 Doubles, Game:.................... 3, Audie Kujala vs. Glassboro, 1977 Triples, Career:...............................16, Kristen Kayatta, 1994-97 ...........................................................16, Lynne Bartlett, 1986-89 Triples, Season:.......................................10, Lauren Mark, 1999 Triples, Game:............... 2, Gina Knutson vs. La Salle, 3/20/2013 ...............................2, Lauren Mark vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 3/15/2001 ..........................................2, Lauren Mark vs. Lehigh, 3/29/2000 .......................................................2, Chris Brady vs. UMBC, 1998 .................................................... 2, Lynne Bartlett vs. Penn, 1988 ...................................................2, Marge Brown vs. Drexel, 1983 ..................................................2, Lynn Foraker vs. Ursinus, 1979 .............................................. 2, Sandy Kupchick vs. Ursinus, 1977 Home Runs, Career:......................... 23, Michelle Grap, 2008-11 Home Runs, Season:............................. 13, Michelle Grap, 2010 Home Runs, Game:..............3, Laura Streets vs. Elon, 3/3/2001 ....................................3, Joan Schimpf vs. William Paterson, 1976

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

Lindsay Jones set a school single-game record by striking out 15 George Mason batters on March 25 and 26, 2006.

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No Hitters (14):.................... Lindsay Jones vs. Lehigh, 3/22/06 ............Jenn Joseph & Lindsay Jones vs. Rutgers (5 inn.), 4/26/05 ........................ Kristi O’Connell vs. Boston University*, 5/12/2000 ...........................................Susan Dugan vs. Vermont, 3/26/2000 ........................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Lafayette, 3/9/2000 ......................................Kristi O’Connell vs. La Salle^, 2/25/2000 .....................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 1998 ................................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Lafayette, 1998 .................................................Kristi O’Connell at Lafayette, 1997 .............................................. Jen Ballier vs. Delaware State, 1994 ........................................Joanne Zola & Kris Olsen vs. Penn, 1987 .................................................. Patty Freeman vs. Bucknell, 1985 .....................................................Patty Freeman vs. Lehigh, 1985 ...............................................Patty Freeman vs. Brooklyn^, 1985 * first no-hitter in America East Tournament (at Hofstra) ^ opening day Consecutive No-Hitters (2):..................................................... .........................................Patty Freeman (Bucknell/Lehigh), 1985 ............................Kristi O’Connell (Lafayette/Mt. St. Mary’s), 1998

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INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Putouts, Career:.......................1206, Liz Winslow, 2001-04 (1B) Putouts, Season:................................ 442, Erin Kelly, 1998 (1B) Putouts, Game:.......................................................................... ................23, Mandy Welch vs. Hofstra (20 inn.), 5/12/2000 (1B) .............................20, Marge Brown vs. Rider (11 inn.), 1982 (1B) .................................19, Wendy Lockhart vs. Princeton, 1987 (1B) .....................19, Allison Gladwell vs. Vermont (10 inn.), 1995 (1B) Assists, Career:..................... 497, Melissa Basilio, 2000-03 (3B) Assists, Season:........................... 134, Laura Streets, 2004 (3B) ......................................... 134, Lauren Baugher, 1995, 1997 (3B) Assists, Game:....10, Melissa Basilio vs. Mason, 5/11/2002 (3B) Errors, Career:................................66, Kristen Kayatta, 1994-97 Errors, Season:....................................32, Kristen Kayatta, 1995 Errors, Game:..................6, Cathy Miller vs. Lafayette, 1988 (SS) ........................ 6, Michelle Rittenhouse vs. Boston University, 1992 Fielding Pct., Season (Min. 50 chances): ...............................1.000, Bonnie Seaman (C), 1997 (91 chances) ...............................1.000, Tammy Zazuri (2B), 1982 (69 chances) .............................1.000, Kristen Kayatta (1B), 1997 (66 chances) ...............................1.000, Lynne Bartlett (OF), 1986 (66 chances) ............................ 1.000, Lisa Kosanovich (2B), 1994 (60 chances) .................................1.000, Lynn Shramek (C), 1983 (59 chances) ................................... 1.000, Chris Brady (CF), 1999 (58 chances) ................................. 1.000, Christy Wilkins (C),1998 (51 chances) .................................. 1.000, Ashley Green (C), 2002 (51 chances) ......................1.000, Krissy Chrisztopulosz (LF), 2000 (50 chances) ................................ 1.000, Jessica Ralston (C), 2005 (58 chances) NOTE: Christine Brady had a 1.000 fielding pct. in 2000 with 49 chances

CAREER LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE 1. Audie Kujala (1976-77)......................................... .530 2. Joan Schimpf (1976-79)........................................ .401 3. Lauren Mark (1998-2001)..................................... .367 4. Laura Streets (2001-04)......................................... .352 5. Lisa Myers (1992-95)............................................ .330 6. Erin Eisenhower (1993-95)..................................... .328 7. Lauren Baugher (1994-97).................................... .325 8. Allison Borchers (2005-08)..................................... .324 9. Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)..................................... .319 10. Mandy Welch (1999-2002).................................... .318 11. Lynne Bartlett (1986-89)....................................... .314 12. Janet Jones (1993-94)........................................... .308 13. Kim Ovittore (2006-09)......................................... .302 14. Lisa Frank (1997-98)............................................. .301 15. Christine Brady (1997-2000) ................................ .296 16. Theresa Kugelmann (1980-83) .............................. .295 17. Lisa Bartoli (1984-85)............................................ .294 18. Kim Griffin (1989-92)............................................ .290 19. Katie Lee (2005-08).............................................. .285 20. Missy Miller (1990-91)........................................... .283 * list does not include active players GAMES PLAYED 1. Michelle Plant (2004-07).........................................201 2. Katie Lee (2005-08)................................................200 3. Mandy Welch (1999-2002) *....................................195 Kelley Pastic (2002-05)............................................195 5. Allison Borchers (2005-08).......................................192 6. Michelle Grap (2007-11)..........................................190 7. Quinn Megargel (2006-09)......................................188 8. Carolyn Wasilewski (1998-2001)..............................186

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Laura Streets (2001-04)...........................................182 Christine Brady (1997-2000)...................................182

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AT BATS Mandy Welch (1999-2002)......................................644 Michelle Plant (2004-07).........................................622 Christine Brady (1997-2000)...................................574 Allison Borchers (2005-08).......................................559 Lauren Baugher (1994-97)......................................557 Laurie Brosnahan (1996-99)....................................550 Katie Lee (2005-08)................................................533 Quinn Megargel (2006-09)......................................529 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)...........................................529 Laura Streets (2001-04)...........................................529

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RUNS SCORED Mandy Welch (1999-2002)......................................119 Katie Lee (2005-08)................................................105 Allison Borchers (2005-08).........................................99 Kim Griffin (1989-92)................................................99 Lauren Baugher (1994-97)........................................88 Kim Ovittore (2006-09).............................................87 Quinn Megargel (2006-09)........................................86 Lisa Myers (1992-95)................................................86 Christine Brady (1997-2000).....................................81 Laura Streets (2001-04).............................................80 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).........................................80

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HITS Mandy Welch (1999-2002) *....................................205 Laura Streets (2001-04)...........................................186 Lauren Mark (1998-2001).......................................182 Allison Borchers (2005-08).......................................181 Lauren Baugher (1994-97)......................................181 Christine Brady (1997-2000)...................................170 Lisa Myers (1992-95)..............................................164 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)...........................................160 Katie Lee (2005-08)................................................152 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).......................................151

Kim Ovittore ranks third in Delaware history with 37 doubles and fourth with 10 home runs.

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DOUBLES Laura Streets (2001-04).............................................47 Lauren Baugher (1994-97)........................................38 Kim Ovittore (2006-09).............................................37 Mandy Welch (1999-2002)........................................36 Christine Brady (1997-2000).....................................29 Lisa Myers (1992-95)................................................28 Amanda Cariello (1999-2002)....................................26 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).........................................26 Lara Andrews (2011-13)............................................25 Robin Zielinski (1996-99)..........................................25

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TRIPLES Lauren Mark (1998-2001).........................................22 Lynne Bartlett (1986-89)...........................................16 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).........................................16 Marge Brown (1984-84)............................................13 Lori Horton (1984-87)...............................................12 Christine Brady (1997-2000).....................................12 Allison Borchers (2005-08).........................................11 Kim Griffin (1989-92)................................................11 Karen Stout (1979-82)...............................................10 Robin Zielinski (1996-99)............................................9

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HOME RUNS Michelle Grap (2008-11)............................................23 Laura Streets (2001-04).............................................16 Gina Knutson (2010-present).....................................13 Kim Ovittore (2006-09).............................................10 Lara Andrews (2011-13)..............................................9 Quinn Megargel (2006-09)..........................................9 Theresa Kugelmann (1980-83).....................................9 Lynne Bartlett (1986-89).............................................9 Allison Borchers (2005-08)...........................................8 Audie Kujala (1976-77)...............................................8

TOTAL BASES Laura Streets (2001-04)...........................................291 Lauren Mark (1998-2001).......................................263 Mandy Welch (1999-2002)......................................262 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)...........................................243 Allison Borchers (2005-08).......................................242

NOTE: 27 players have recorded 100 career hits

Mandy Welch, who started all 195 games in her career, holds Delaware records with 644 at bats, 119 runs scored and 205 hits.

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Allison Borchers set the Blue Hen single season record with 73 hits during the 2006 season.

BLUE HEN RECORDS

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Lauren Baugher (1994-97)......................................233 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).........................................23 Michelle Grap (2008-11)..........................................213 Lisa Myers (1992-95)..............................................211 Christine Brady (1997-2000)...................................210

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RUNS BATTED IN Lauren Mark (1998-2001).......................................107 Laura Streets (2001-04)...........................................103 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)...........................................101 Michelle Grap (2008-11)............................................99 Allison Borchers (2005-08).........................................92 Lauren Baugher (1994-97)........................................82 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97).........................................72 Christine Brady (1997-2000).....................................71 Amanda Cariello (1999-2002)....................................70 Lara Andrews (2011-13)............................................68

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STOLEN BASES Kim Griffin (1989-92)................................................66 Katie Lee (2005-08)..................................................51 Lisa Myers (1992-95)................................................38 Lynne Bartlett (1986-89)...........................................32 Gina Knutson (2010-13)............................................28 Quinn Megargel (2006-09)........................................26 Katie DeSalvo (2006-09)...........................................23 Mandy Welch (1999-2002)........................................20 Michelle McKinnon (2011-Present)...................19 Allison Borchers (2005-08).........................................19

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PITCHING APPEARANCES Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)........................................146 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)...................................118 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13)...................................109 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11).................................105 Jen Ballier (1992-96)..............................................101 Jenn Joseph (2002-05)..............................................95 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)......................................89 Kathy Tucci (1987-90)................................................81 Patty Freeman (1982-85)..........................................76 Chenxi Jiao (2012-13)...............................................74 Cheryl Richino (1989-92)...........................................74

INNINGS PITCHED Carolynn Sloat (2004-07).....................................852.1 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)................................669.2 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99).................................526.0 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13)................................505.0 Jen Ballier (1992-96)...........................................496.1 Patty Freeman (1982-85).....................................489.2 Kathy Tucci (1987-90)...........................................484.0 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11)..............................470.2 Jenn Joseph (2002-05).........................................457.1 Cheryl Richino (1989-92)......................................413.0 WINS Carolynn Sloat (2004-07).....................................63-60 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)................................58-33 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99).................................45-30 Kathy Tucci (1987-90)...........................................41-30 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13)................................39-35 Patty Freeman (1976-79).....................................37-29 Susan Dugan (2000-01)........................................35-11 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11)..............................35-37 Jenn Joseph (2002-05).........................................34-36 Sue Coleman (1981-84)........................................32-22

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SHUTOUTS Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000).....................................27 Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)..........................................25 Patty Freeman (1982-85)..........................................18 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)......................................13 Kathy Tucci (1987-90)................................................13 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13).....................................11 Cheryl Richino (1989-92)...........................................10 Sue Coleman (1981-84)...............................................9 Jenn Joseph (2002-05)................................................9 Susan Dugan (2000-01)...............................................8

COMPLETE GAMES Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)..........................................96 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000).....................................78 Patty Freeman (1982-85)..........................................61 Kathy Tucci (1987-90)................................................57 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)......................................50

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Cheryl Richino (1989-92)...........................................48 Jen Ballier (1992-96)................................................42 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13).....................................41 Jenn Joseph (2002-05)..............................................38 Susan Dugan (2000-01).............................................37 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11)...................................37 STRIKEOUTS Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)........................................611 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)...................................555 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13)...................................355 Jenn Joseph (2002-05)............................................294 Susan Dugan (2000-01)...........................................252 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11).................................237 Lindsay Jones (2003-06)..........................................234 Chenxi Jiao (2012-13).............................................212 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)....................................210 Patty Freeman (1982-85)........................................168

ERA (Minimum 60 innings) 1. Christine Etherington (1993)...................................1.14 2. Patty Freeman (1982-85).......................................1.24 3. Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)..................................1.39 4. Jill Rosen (1984-87)...............................................1.54 5. Kathy Tucci (1987-90).............................................1.58 6. Susan Dugan (2000-2001)......................................1.63 7. Darla Shearer (1985-86)........................................1.71 8. Sue Coleman (1981-84)..........................................1.79 9. Carolynn Sloat (2004-07).......................................1.81 10. Lindsay Jones (2003-06).........................................2.04 * list does not include current pitchers 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

SAVES Chenxi Jiao (2012-13).................................................8 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000).......................................8 Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)............................................7 Jen Ballier (1992-96)..................................................6 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-13).......................................5 Becky Rogers (2002- 03).............................................4 Janna Kedersha (1993-96)..........................................4 Patty Freeman (1982-85)............................................3 Kris Olsen (1987).........................................................3

SEASON LEADERS

Kristi O’Connell is the UD career leader with 27 shutouts and eight saves, and ranks second in school history with 58 wins and 555 strikeouts.

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BATTING AVERAGE Audie Kujala, 1976................................................ .560 Marge Brown, 1982............................................... .418 Theresa Kugelmann, 1980...................................... .409 Lauren Mark, 2000................................................ .397 Laura Streets, 2004............................................... .395 Lisa Myers, 1995................................................... .395 Cathy Miller, 1991................................................. .392 Lauren Mark, 1999................................................ .390 Lauren Baugher, 1996........................................... .387 Lynne Bartlett, 1988.............................................. .387 Joan Schimpf, 1978............................................... .387

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GAMES PLAYED Lara Andrews, 2013...................................................57 Jessica Grisler, 2012...........................................57 Michelle McKinnon, 2012....................................57 Lara Andrews, 2012...................................................57 Allison Borchers, 2006...............................................57 Kim Ovittore, 2006....................................................57 Michelle Plant, 2006..................................................57 Quinn Megargel, 2006...............................................56

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL BLUE HEN RECORDS

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AT BATS Michelle Plant, 2004................................................192 Allison Borchers, 2006.............................................191 Jessica Grisler, 2013.................................................189 Lara Andrews, 2013.................................................182 Jenny Richards, 2010...............................................178

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RUNS SCORED Jessica Grisler, 2013...................................................39 Allison Borchers, 2006...............................................36 Mandy Welch, 1999...................................................36 Mandy Welch, 2000...................................................34 Jenny Richards, 2011.................................................33

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HITS Allison Borchers, 2006...............................................73 Jessica Grisler, 2013...........................................69 Jenny Richards, 2010.................................................63 Lisa Myers, 1995.......................................................62 Mandy Welch, 1999...................................................61

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DOUBLES Laura Streets, 2004...................................................19 Kim Ovittore, 2007....................................................14 Lauren Baugher, 1994...............................................14 Lisa Stacevicz, 2013............................................13 Jenny Richards, 2011.................................................13

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TRIPLES Lauren Mark, 1999....................................................10 Chris Brady, 1998........................................................8 Allison Borchers, 2006.................................................7 Lauren Mark, 2001......................................................6 Lauren Baugher, 1994.................................................6 Lynne Bartlett, 1986....................................................6 Lori Horton, 1985........................................................6 Marge Brown, 1983.....................................................6 Karen Stout, 1982........................................................6

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HOME RUNS Michelle Grap, 2010...................................................13 Gina Knutson, 2011.....................................................9 Laura Streets, 2003.....................................................8 Michelle Grap, 2008.....................................................6 Kim Ovittore, 2006......................................................5 Theresa Kugelmann, 1980............................................5

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TOTAL BASES Allison Borchers, 2006.............................................105 Lauren Mark, 1999....................................................95 Laura Streets, 2004...................................................92 Jessica Grisler, 2013...........................................90 Lara Andrews, 2013...................................................82

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RUNS BATTED IN Lauren Mark, 1999....................................................45 Kim Ovittore, 2006....................................................39 Allison Borchers, 2006...............................................35 Gina Knutson, 2011...................................................31 Laura Streets, 2004...................................................31 Lauren Mark, 2000....................................................31

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STOLEN BASES Kim Griffin, 1990......................................................23 Lisa Myers, 1995.......................................................22 Katie Lee, 2008.........................................................19 Kim Griffin, 1989......................................................19 Gina Knutson, 2011...................................................14

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PITCHING APPEARANCES Carolynn Sloat, 2004.................................................41 Chenxi Jiao, 2012......................................................39 Carolynn Sloat, 2006.................................................37 Jenn Ballier, 1995......................................................37 Chenxi Jiao, 2013......................................................35 Amanda Stacevicz, 2011............................................35

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INNINGS PITCHED Carolynn Sloat, 2004............................................242.1 Carolynn Sloat, 2006............................................238.0 Patty Freeman, 1985............................................192.1 Carolynn Sloat, 2005............................................189.2 Jen Ballier, 1995...................................................182.2

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WINS Susan Dugan, 2000.................................................20-3 Carolynn Sloat, 2006............................................19-16 Carolynn Sloat, 2004............................................18-15 Kristi O’Connell, 1999...........................................17-11 Kristi O’Connell, 2000...........................................16-11 Carolynn Sloat, 2005............................................16-13

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SHUTOUTS Kristi O’Connell, 2000................................................10 Carolynn Sloat, 2005...................................................8 Patty Freeman, 1985...................................................8 Carolynn Sloat, 2006...................................................7 Kristi O’Connell, 1998..................................................7

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COMPLETE GAMES Carolynn Sloat, 2006.................................................28 Carolynn Sloat, 2004.................................................28 Kristi O’Connell, 1998................................................24 Patty Freeman, 1985.................................................23 Carolynn Sloat, 2005.................................................22 Susan Dugan, 2001....................................................22

Carolynn Sloat holds UD career records for appearances, innings pitched, wins, complete games, and strikeouts.

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STRIKEOUTS Carolynn Sloat, 2004...............................................187 Carolynn Sloat, 2006...............................................180 Kristi O’Connell, 1999..............................................177 Kristi O’Connell, 2000..............................................170 Lindsay Jones, 2006................................................140

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SEASON ERA (Minimum 50 innings) Sue Coleman, 1984.................................................0.66 Kristi O’Connell, 2000.............................................0.72 Susan Dugan, 2000.................................................1.04 Patty Freeman, 1983..............................................1.07 Kristi O’Connell, 1998.............................................1.12

Michelle Grap holds the UD single season home run record with 10 in 2010, and also the career mark with 23.

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1976 Record: 14-1 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Audie Kujala, Karen Horney A 10 Rutgers............................... W 13-2 Rutgers............................... W 14-7 13 Franklin & Marshall............. W 41-1 Franklin & Marshall............. W 21-0 15 Ursinus............................... W 14-6 23 Salisbury State.................... W 16-0 Salisbury State...................... W 8-4 26 Glassboro State..................... W 7-3 Glassboro State..................... W 5-4 Towson................................ W 11-3 William Paterson................. W 23-5 William Paterson................. W 15-5 *Barrington.............................L 2-5 *Lehman............................. W 12-1 *Salisbury State.................... W 7-1 * EAIAW Regional at Trenton State 1977 Record: 10-6 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Audie Kujala Montclair State.................... W 11-6 Ursinus............................... W 17-0 Temple....................................L 6-7 Temple.................................. W 7-4 Glassboro State................. W 18-17 Salisbury State.................. W 13-10 West Chester...........................L 6-9 West Chester...........................L 5-9 Towson................................ W 14-2 Trenton State....................... W 12-2 Trenton State...........................L 3-4 William Paterson................... W 4-1 William Paterson................. W 18-4 *Trenton State....................... W 7-6 *Rutgers.................................L 0-6 *East Stroudsburg....................L 2-4 * EAIAW Regional at Edinboro (PA) 1978 Record: 11-9 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Susan Sowter, Joan Schimpf Rutgers.................................L 3-10 Rutgers...................................L 2-3 Temple.................................. W 4-3 Temple.................................. W 1-0 Montclair State........................L 5-6 West Chester......................... W 6-5 West Chester...........................L 6-8 Towson....................................L 4-6 Towson.................................. W 9-0 Glassboro State.......................L 4-6 Glassboro State..................... W 9-5 Trenton State......................... W 6-5 Trenton State....................... W 11-5 William Paterson.....................L 0-5 Salisbury State..................Forfeit W Salisbury State..................Forfeit W *Penn State.............................L 2-4 *Brockport........................Forfeit W *Springfield College.............. W 5-0 *So. Connecticut....................L 2-12 * EAIAW Regional at Stratford, CT

1979 Record: 8-11 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Joan Schimpf Montclair State...................... W 4-2 Montclair State........................L 1-5 East Stroudsburg.....................L 3-9 East Stroudsburg.....................L 3-4 Temple....................................L 1-2 Temple....................................L 4-6 Rutgers...................................L 0-7 Rutgers...................................L 1-5 Ursinus............................... W 10-1 Ursinus................................. W 5-2 William Paterson.....................L 0-1 William Paterson................. W 10-5 West Chester......................... W 5-4 West Chester...........................L 5-7 Towson.................................. W 3-0 Glassboro State.......................L 5-6 Glassboro State..................... W 6-3 Trenton State...........................L 2-4 Trenton State....................... W 12-1 1980 Record: 6-9 Head Coach: Audie Kujula Captains: Karen Johnson, Donna Milano Montclair State........................L 0-1 Montclair State...................... W 8-4 East Stroudsburg................... W 4-1 East Stroudsburg................... W 5-3 William Paterson................... W 9-5 William Paterson.....................L 0-2 Temple..................................L 4-24 Temple....................................L 1-6 Ursinus................................. W 1-0 Ursinus...................................L 7-8 West Chester...........................L 4-5 West Chester.........................L 5-10 Towson....................................L 6-7 Towson.................................. W 7-3 Glassboro State.....................L 5-13 1981 Record: 14-13 Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Terry Short Trenton State.........................L 1-10 Trenton State......................... W 4-3 Montclair State...................... W 5-4 Montclair State...................... W 1-0 Towson.................................. W 5-2 Towson.................................. W 5-3 William Paterson................... W 8-2 William Paterson.....................L 4-6 Ursinus................................. W 6-1 Ursinus............................... W 21-3 Seton Hall...............................L 2-5 Bucknell................................ W 3-1 West Chester......................... W 4-0 West Chester...........................L 2-7 Temple....................................L 0-7 Temple....................................L 1-5 Glassboro State.......................L 1-4 Glassboro State.......................L 0-3 *La Salle.................................L 1-3 *La Salle............................. W 12-3 *La Salle.................................L 1-5 #Catholic............................... W 6-1 #Towson..................................L 5-6

ALL-TIME RESULTS #Navy....................................L 7-8 #South Carolina......................L 1-2 #Virginia............................... W 7-0 #Navy.................................. W 6-2 * EAIAW Regional at Philadelphia # Navy Tournament 1982 Record: 16-9 Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Julie Moyer, Karen Stout La Salle................................. W 4-0 La Salle................................. W 7-4 Towson.................................. W 6-1 Towson................................ W 12-4 Trenton State...........................L 1-5 Trenton State...........................L 0-5 Rider.................................. W 10-1 Rider.................................... W 7-6 William Paterson................... W 3-1 William Paterson................... W 2-1 Seton Hall........................... W 12-4 Bucknell.............................. W 11-4 Montclair State........................L 0-9 Montclair State........................L 0-2 West Chester......................... W 9-1 West Chester...........................L 1-2 Temple....................................L 0-4 Temple....................................L 0-1 Glassboro State..................... W 3-2 Glassboro State..................... W 7-1 *Wagner............................... W 2-1 *Wagner............................... W 3-0 *Ithaca................................. W 4-1 *La Salle.................................L 0-1 *Ithaca...................................L 5-6 * EAIAW Regional at Allentown, PA (3rd Place) 1983 Record: 19-11, 6-5, ECC (Tie, 1st) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Margie Brown, Lynn Shramek $La Salle.................................L 1-5 $La Salle............................... W 6-0 Trenton State...........................L 0-3 Trenton State...........................L 3-6 $Towson ...............................L 12-5 $Towson ............................... W 2-1 $Drexel.............................. W 10-5 $Rider....................................L 2-3 $Rider....................................L 1-3 Princeton.............................. W 1-0 Princeton............................ W 10-3 Temple....................................L 2-6 Temple.................................. W 6-1 Villanova............................... W 2-1 Villanova.................................L 4-9 $Lafayette..............................L 2-4 $Lafayette............................ W 2-0 $Lehigh................................ W 4-0 $Lehigh.............................. W 12-0 Salisbury State...................... W 4-3 Salisbury State...................... W 9-1 West Chester......................... W 3-0 West Chester......................... W 8-4 *La Salle.................................L 1-2 *Bucknell.............................. W 1-0 *Rider................................... W 4-0 *Towson................................ W 6-1

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*Lafayette............................ W 2-1 *La Salle............................... W 2-1 *La Salle.................................L 0-2 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Championship (2nd) 1984 Record: 17-13, 5-1 ECC (Tie 1st) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Margie Brown, Jill Fuchs Princeton................................L 0-1 Princeton................................L 0-1 La Salle...................................L 0-2 La Salle................................. W 3-0 Trenton State...........................L 1-4 Trenton State...........................L 7-8 $Lehigh..................................L 0-3 Lehigh.................................. W 6-3 $Drexel................................ W 2-0 Drexel.................................. W 6-0 $Bucknell.............................. W 2-1 Bucknell................................ W 5-4 Temple....................................L 0-1 Temple....................................L 0-1 Villanova.................................L 2-3 Villanova.................................L 0-4 Lafayette.............................. W 3-2 Lafayette................................L 0-3 Towson.................................. W 6-0 Towson.................................. W 5-2 C.W. Post............................... W 4-0 C.W. Post............................... W 2-0 George Mason.........................L 3-4 George Mason....................... W 3-2 *Lafayette............................ W 8-2 *Rider................................... W 2-1 *Rider.....................................L 0-4 *Rider................................... W 2-1 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament (1st place) ECC CHAMPIONS 1985 Record: 14-18, 8-4 ECC (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Bartoli, Elizabeth Helm Brooklyn College................... W 2-0 Brooklyn College................... W 6-0 Trenton State...........................L 1-5 Trenton State...........................L 0-3 La Salle...................................L 0-4 La Salle...................................L 0-1 Princeton................................L 1-2 Princeton................................L 2-4 $Rider....................................L 3-4 $Rider.................................. W 8-2 $Bucknell.............................. W 1-0 $Bucknell................................L 3-6 $Lehigh................................ W 5-0 $Lehigh.............................. W 10-0 Temple....................................L 1-3 Temple....................................L 3-6 Villanova............................. W 12-1 Villanova.................................L 2-3 $Lafayette............................ W 6-0 $Lafayette..............................L 0-2 $Towson................................ W 4-3 $Towson ............................... W 7-0

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS C.W. Post.................................L 2-6 C.W. Post.................................L 2-4 $Drexel..................................L 0-1 $Drexel................................ W 3-0 West Chester......................... W 5-1 West Chester...........................L 3-5 *Lehigh............................... W 11-0 *Towson................................ W 9-1 *Rider.....................................L 1-2 *Lafayette..............................L 2-4 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament 1986 Record: 17-12-1, 8-4 ECC (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Tiffany Bashore, Michele Norris Brooklyn College.....................L 2-4 Brooklyn College................. W 13-4 Villanova............................... W 2-1 Villanova............................. W 15-3 St. John’s................................L 1-4 St. John’s................................L 0-2 La Salle...................................L 0-4 La Salle................................. W 7-1 Princeton................................L 2-4 Princeton................................L 1-7 $Drexel................................ W 2-1 $Drexel................................ W 2-0 $Rider....................................L 3-4 $Rider....................................L 2-3 $Bucknell.............................. W 4-2 $Bucknell.............................. W 7-4 George Mason.........................T 5-5 Temple.................................. W 3-1 Temple.................................. W 3-0 $Lehigh................................ W 3-0 $Lehigh..................................L 0-1 $Towson................................ W 1-0 $Towson................................ W 3-0 $Lafayette..............................L 5-6 $Lafayette............................ W 1-0 West Chester....................... W 13-0 West Chester......................... W 3-1 *Lehigh................................. W 5-3 *Towson..................................L 2-5 *Lafayette..............................L 1-2 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament 1987 Record: 19-11, 9-3 ECC (2nd) Head Coach: Bonnie Jill Ferguson Captains: Tiffany Bashore, Kathy Tucci Brooklyn College................... W 9-1 Brooklyn College................... W 3-0 Villanova.................................L 2-5 Villanova...............................L 7-11 #Lehigh................................ W 3-1 #Lehigh................................ W 3-2 Pennsylvania..........................L 5-6 Pennsylvania...................... W 16-0 #Rider.................................. W 2-1 #Rider....................................L 0-1 #Bucknell.............................. W 2-1 #Bucknell................................L 4-5 George Mason.........................L 3-4 George Mason....................... W 5-1 #Drexel..................................L 2-3

#Drexel.............................. W 14-3 La Salle................................. W 2-0 La Salle................................. W 4-2 Princeton.............................. W 2-0 Princeton..............................L 3-12 #Towson................................ W 3-1 #Towson ............................... W 3-2 #Lafayette............................ W 3-2 #Lafayette............................ W 4-0 West Chester......................... W 4-1 West Chester......................... W 5-3 Temple.................................. W 1-0 Temple..................................L 0-10 *Lehigh...................................L 2-3 *Rider.....................................L 0-2 # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament 1988 Record: 22-12, 6-6 ECC (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Melissa Hukill, Wendy Lockhart Brooklyn............................... W 9-1 Brooklyn............................. W 14-1 La Salle................................. W 8-1 La Salle...................................L 1-2 Villanova............................... W 9-1 Villanova............................... W 5-1 Princeton................................L 1-2 Princeton.............................. W 3-2 #Drexel..................................L 0-5 #Drexel..................................L 2-3 #Bucknell................................L 2-6 #Bucknell.............................. W 9-4 George Mason.........................L 1-2 George Mason....................... W 4-3 Pennsylvania...................... W 10-4 Pennsylvania........................ W 6-3 #Lehigh................................ W 6-0 #Lehigh................................ W 3-2 #Towson..................................L 1-3 #Towson................................ W 8-1 #Lafayette............................ W 8-7 #Lafayette............................ W 8-3 Temple.................................. W 3-1 Temple.................................. W 3-1 #Rider..................................L 7-10 #Rider....................................L 0-1 #Hofstra............................... W 5-0 #Hofstra.................................L 1-3 West Chester......................... W 4-1 West Chester......................... W 8-5 *Towson................................ W 2-1 *Rider.....................................L 0-3 *Lafayette.......................... W 10-2 *Bucknell................................L 0-1 # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament (4th) 1989 Record: 19-15, 9-5 ECC (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Missy Hukill, Lynne Bartlett M 18 at Pennsylvania..................... W 9-2 23 at Villanova......................... W 12-1 at Villanova........................... W 7-3 31 $UNC Charlotte.......................L 0-1 $Virginia.................................L 2-6 $Temple..................................L 0-4

A 1 $Georgia State...................... W 1-0 $George Mason..................... W 5-4 11 at George Mason.....................L 1-3 at George Mason................... W 4-3 13 at #Rider................................L 1-3 at #Rider.............................. W 4-3 17 #Bucknell.............................. W 3-1 #Bucknell.............................. W 2-0 18 Princeton................................L 0-6 Princeton................................L 0-6 19 #Towson .................................L 2-3 #Towson..................................L 2-3 22 #Lafayette.......................... W 10-0 #Lafayette............................ W 7-2 24 La Salle..........................W 2-1 (10) La Salle............................W 5-4 (9) 25 Temple..................................L 2-11 Temple....................................L 2-4 26 #Drexel..................................L 0-6 #Drexel..................................L 2-3 29 at #Hofstra........................... W 6-3 at #Hofstra......................... W 10-1 M 3 at #Lehigh............................ W 4-1 at #Lehigh............................ W 8-1 6 *Bucknell.............................. W 3-0 *Lafayette............................ W 6-0 7 *Rider.....................................L 1-2 *Towson..................................L 2-4 $ Virginia Tournament # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Allentown, PA (3rd) 1990 Record: 17-15, 8-6 ECC (5th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Van Vechten, Carolyn Weeks M 22 Villanova...........................L 5-6 (9) Villanova............................... W 6-5 30 $Ohio University .................. W 6-4 A 5 #Rider....................................L 3-5 #Rider....................................L 0-3 10 George Mason.........................L 1-2 George Mason.........................L 2-5 11 La Salle...................................L 2-3 La Salle................................. W 4-0 13 #Drexel..................................L 1-3 #Drexel..................................L 0-2 14 #Lehigh................................ W 6-0 #Lehigh.............................. W 11-2 16 Pennsylvania........................ W 6-1 Pennsylvania........................ W 5-0 19 #Towson................................ W 1-0 #Towson..................................L 3-6 21 #Bucknell.............................. W 2-1 #Bucknell.......................W 8-5 (11) 22 #Lafayette............................ W 5-2 #Lafayette............................ W 9-5 24 #Temple..................................L 0-1 #Temple..................................L 0-2 26 Long Island.............................L 0-1 Long Island........................... W 4-3 28 #Hofstra.................................L 0-1 #Hofstra............................... W 2-1 M 1 West Chester......................... W 5-3 West Chester......................... W 9-6 5 *Towson State....................... W 4-0 *Drexel.................................L 0-10 6 *Hofstra..................................L 0-3

$ Cavalier Invitational # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Allentown, PA 1991 Record: 8-29, 2-10 ECC (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Carol Gibson, Cheryl Richino M 16 at Pennsylvania.......................L 2-3 at Pennsylvania..................... W 7-3 19 La Salle...................................L 1-3 La Salle...................................L 0-3 21 at Villanova.............................L 0-5 at Villanova.............................L 0-1 26 at Long Island.........................L 0-6 at Long Island.........................L 2-7 30 $Canisius................................L 6-7 $Hofstra...............................L 0-10 $Virginia.................................L 0-6 A 6 #Drexel..................................L 0-4 #Drexel..................................L 3-4 9 at George Mason.....................L 2-3 at George Mason................... W 8-7 11 at Lehigh.............................. W 2-0 at Lehigh.............................. W 6-2 13 at #Rider................................L 1-5 at #Rider................................L 3-6 16 Princeton..............................L 5-10 Princeton..............................L 1-14 18 #UMBC................................. W 5-0 #UMBC............................... W 10-2 20 at #Central Connecticut......L 1-2 (8) at #Central Connecticut............L 0-5 23 Temple....................................L 2-7 Temple....................................L 2-5 25 Lafayette.............................. W 5-0 Lafayette............................ W 15-2 26 #Towson............................L 3-4 (8) #Towson..................................L 4-7 27 at #Hofstra.............................L 1-2 at #Hofstra.............................L 1-2 30 at West Chester.......................L 3-6 at West Chester.......................L 7-8 M 3 *Hofstra..................................L 2-3 *Towson State.........................L 4-5 $ Virginia Tournament # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Mercer County, NJ 1992 Record: 14-21, 2-8 NAC (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Cheryl Richino, Carol Gibson M 14 Pennsylvania........................ W 4-1 Pennsylvania........................ W 5-4 18 George Mason.........................L 2-5 21 $Coastal Carolina....................L 0-9 $East Carolina.........................L 0-8 $UNC-Charlotte.......................L 4-6 22 $UNC Wilmington................ W 11-1 28 Lafayette.............................. W 9-0 Lafayette............................ W 10-0 A 3 at La Salle......................W 2-1 (11) 4 at Bucknell..............................L 4-5 at Bucknell..............................L 2-8 6 at UMBC............................... W 4-1 at UMBC............................... W 6-2 7 Villanova..........................W 1-0 (9) Villanova.................................L 2-3 9 Lehigh..................................L 4-15

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Lehigh.................................. W 9-4 11 *Hartford.............................. W 3-2 *Hartford................................L 2-9 12 *Vermont.............................. W 4-1 *Vermont................................L 5-6 14 at Princeton............................L 1-3 at Princeton............................L 2-6 16 at Temple...................L 0-7 (forfeit) 18 Hofstra.................................L 3-15 Hofstra...................................L 2-4 20 at Towson State..................... W 5-0 at Towson State..................... W 5-2 22 at *Drexel...............................L 1-5 at *Drexel...............................L 0-2 25 at *Boston Univ.......................L 1-5 at *Boston Univ.....................L 2-11 26 at *Maine...............................L 3-4 at *Maine...............................L 0-5 $ East Carolina Tournament * North Atlantic Conference Games 1993 Record: 21-13, 6-2 NAC (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Christine Glatt, Suzanne Morrison, Michelle Rittenhouse M 20 #Coastal Carolina....................L 1-6 #East Carolina.........................L 2-6 21 #George Mason..................... W 7-1 #UNC Wilmington.................. W 4-0 A 3 Bucknell..................................L 6-7 4 at Pennsylvania..................... W 3-1 at Pennsylvania..................... W 5-3 6 UMBC................................... W 3-0 UMBC.....................................L 3-9 7 Mt. St. Mary’s...................... W 12-4 Mt. St. Mary’s........................ W 7-0 9 *Boston University..................L 0-1 *Boston University..................L 1-2 12 Delaware State..................Forfeit W Delaware State..................Forfeit W 13 Princeton.............................. W 2-1 Princeton................................L 1-7 15 at Lehigh................................L 0-2 at Lehigh................................L 1-6 18 at Lafayette.......................... W 8-1 at Lafayette........................ W 12-3 19 Towson ............................W 2-1 (8) Towson....................................L 4-7 21 *Drexel............................W 1-0 (9) *Drexel................................. W 8-6 23 at *Vermont.....................W 3-0 (8) at *Vermont.....................W 2-1 (9) 25 at *Hartford...................W 2-1 (11) at *Hartford.......................... W 2-1 29 at Saint Joseph’s.................... W 2-0 at Saint Joseph’s......................L 0-2 M 1 $Maine................................. W 5-1 2 $Boston University..................L 0-1 $Maine...................................L 1-4 # East Carolina Tournament * North Atlantic Conference Games $ NAC Tournament at Delaware (3rd)

1994 Record: 23-21, 4-4 NAC (3rd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Kosanovich, Lisa Myers M 19 #East Carolina.........................L 0-6 #Long Island......................... W 6-2 #Lafayette............................ W 5-2 20 #George Mason................... W 15-7 #Coastal Carolina..................L 3-12 22 Delaware State.................... W 12-0 Delaware State...................... W 8-0 23 LeMoyne............................... W 5-1 LeMoyne.................................L 7-8 25 at Mt. St. Mary’s.................. W 13-1 26 Pennsylvania........................ W 2-1 Pennsylvania..........................L 2-5 A 1 Manhattan............................ W 3-2 Manhattan............................ W 8-7 2 at Bucknell..............................L 3-6 at Bucknell............................ W 5-0 4 West Chester......................... W 5-0 West Chester......................... W 6-5 5 at UMBC............................... W 5-4 at UMBC.................................L 2-5 9 Hofstra...................................L 0-2 Hofstra...................................L 1-5 14 Lehigh.................................. W 5-2 Lehigh.................................. W 6-2 16 *Hartford.............................. W 2-1 *Hartford.............................. W 4-3 17 *Vermont.............................. W 4-2 *Vermont..............................L 7-14 19 at Towson................................L 3-5 at Towson .............................L 8-11 21 at George Mason.....................L 4-5 at George Mason................. W 15-6 23 Lafayette............................ W 11-1 Lafayette................................L 1-2 26 Saint Joseph’s.........................L 5-6 Saint Joseph’s.........................L 3-6 27 at *Drexel...............................L 4-5 at *Drexel........................... W 11-4 29 at *Boston University...............L 0-3 at *Boston University...............L 1-5 M 6 $Vermont.............................. W 6-1 7 $Boston University..................L 0-5 $Hartford...............................L 1-2 * North Atlantic Conference Games # East Carolina Tournament $ NAC Tournament at Delaware (5th) 1995 Record: 15-31-1, 1-9-1 NAC (7th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Myers, Lisa Kosanovich, Allison Gladwell M 4 #East Carolina.........................L 1-8 #Samford................................L 0-8 #UNC Wilmington.................. W 5-1 12 Bucknell.............................. W 6-11 Bucknell................................ W 7-6 14 Mt. St. Mary’s........................ W 9-0 17 Wilmington (DE).................... W 4-3 Wilmington (DE)......................L 3-9 18 Villanova.................................L 2-5 Villanova............................... W 5-4 21 Towson ..................................L 2-5 Towson ...................................L 0-3 23 Princeton................................L 0-5 Princeton................................L 5-8

ALL-TIME RESULTS 25 at Pennsylvania.......................L 6-7 at Pennsylvania.......................L 8-9 30 %George Mason.................. W 10-2 %East Carolina........................L 0-7 %Radford................................L 4-5 A 1 %Fordham............................ W 8-4 %Campbell........................L 3-6 (8) %Radford............................ W 10-8 %Campbell............................ W 4-3 %East Carolina........................L 0-8 6 at Lehigh................................L 5-6 at Lehigh..............................L 5-13 8 *Hofstra............................L 5-6 (8) 14 *Boston University..................L 1-3 *Boston University..................L 1-3 15 *Maine...................................L 0-1 *Maine................................. W 4-2 18 *Drexel...................................L 2-5 *Drexel...................................T 7-7 20 George Mason..................W 5-4 (9) George Mason.......................L 1-12 22 at Lafayette.......................... W 5-2 at Lafayette........................ W 13-5 23 at Army..........................L 0-1 (13) at Army................................ W 4-1 25 at Saint Joseph’s....................L 2-10 at Saint Joseph’s......................L 2-7 28 at *Vermont............................L 2-6 at *Vermont............................L 5-9 30 at *Hartford............................L 3-4 at *Hartford............................L 1-3 M 5 $Boston University..................L 0-4 6 $Drexel..................................L 0-1 * North Atlantic Conference Games $ NAC Tournament at Delaware (7th) # East Carolina Tournament % Southeastern College Softball Assoc. Tournament at Richmond, VA (2nd) 1996 Record: 17-23, 5-9 NAC (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Jen Ballier, Lauren Baugher M 13 Army.................................... W 8-3 15 #UNC Charlotte.......................L 6-7 #Ball State..............................L 0-9 16 #East Carolina.........................L 4-7 #Bucknell................................L 1-3 19 at Wilmington (DE)..................L 1-6 23 Pennsylvania........................ W 5-1 Pennsylvania........................ W 6-1 30 $Cleveland State.....................L 1-3 $Radford............................ W 11-5 $Colgate.............................. W 3-2 $Campbell..............................L 1-4 31 $Hampton............................. W 4-2 $California (PA)......................L 0-3 A 2 UMBC................................... W 5-4 UMBC.....................................L 0-6 3 Lehigh..................................L 1-12 Lehigh....................................L 5-7 5 *Hartford..........................L 5-6 (8) *Hartford.........................W 9-3 (4) 6 *Vermont.............................. W 2-0 *Vermont.............................. W 5-4 11 at Villanova........................... W 5-2 at Villanova.............................L 0-1 13 at *Drexel...............................L 2-3 at *Drexel......................W 2-1 (14) 18 *Towson .............................. W 6-1

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*Towson ..............................L 6-10 20 Lafayette.............................. W 5-1 Lafayette.............................. W 5-1 21 at *Hofstra............................L 2-11 at *Hofstra..............................L 3-6 23 at George Mason................. W 11-0 at George Mason................... W 4-1 26 at *Boston University...............L 0-2 at *Boston University...............L 0-2 28 at *Maine...............................L 3-6 at *Maine...............................L 1-3 M 3 %Drexel..........................L 3-4 (10) 4 %Vermont...............................L 6-8 * North Atlantic Conference Games % NAC Tournament at Vermont (6th) # East Carolina Tournament $ SportsPlus Collegiate Tournament at Richmond, VA 1997 Record: 22-19, 9-4 America East (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lauren Baugher, Alison Rose, Kristen Kayatta M 8 at Army................................ W 3-1 at Army................................ W 3-2 9 Bucknell................................ W 4-3 Bucknell................................ W 2-0 13 at Maryland............................L 0-2 at Maryland.......................... W 3-0 16 St. Peter’s...............................L 1-2 18 Mt. St. Mary’s........................ W 8-0 Mt. St. Mary’s...................... W 13-4 21 #UMBC...................................L 5-9 #W. Virginia Wesleyan.............L 2-3 #Lehigh..................................L 1-2 22 #Wagner............................... W 6-3 #St. Francis (PA)......................L 1-3 26 at Lafayette.......................... W 4-0 at Lafayette.......................... W 4-0 28 *Maine................................. W 6-4 *Maine................................. W 6-1 29 *Boston University..................L 6-7 A 4 at *Towson............................ W 5-4 at *Towson............................ W 5-3 6 *Drexel...................................L 0-1 *Drexel................................. W 2-0 8 Princeton................................L 0-2 Princeton.............................. W 4-2 10 at Villanova.............................L 1-2 at Villanova........................... W 2-0 13 *Hofstra..................................L 3-7 *Hofstra..................................L 1-7 15 at UMBC.................................L 4-9 at UMBC.................................L 1-3 17 at Lehigh.............................. W 3-0 at Lehigh................................L 4-5 22 George Mason....................... W 3-1 George Mason...................L 5-7 (8) 25 at *Vermont.....................W 4-3 (8) at *Vermont.......................... W 3-1 27 at *Hartford.......................... W 3-2 at *Hartford.......................... W 5-1 M 2 $Boston University................L 3-10 4 $Vermont................................L 2-3 # Radford Tournament * America East Games $ America East Tournament at Hofstra

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 1998 Record: 27-20, 9-5 America East (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Bonita Seaman, Laurie Brosnahan F 27 #UMBC...................................L 1-2 at #East Carolina................... W 5-3 28 #Maryland..............................L 0-2 #Towson..................................L 1-3 #Towson................................ W 4-0 M 1 at #East Carolina................... W 6-3 #Maryland..............................L 1-6 17 at Mt. St. Mary’s.................... W 8-3 at Mt. St. Mary’s.................. W 10-0 24 Lafayette..........................L 0-1 (8) Lafayette.............................. W 6-3 25 St. Peter’s.........................L 0-4 (8) St. Peter’s............................. W 5-4 28 Pennsylvania........................ W 4-0 Pennsylvania....................L 1-3 (8) 29 St. Francis (PA)........................L 1-3 St. Francis (PA)...................... W 3-0 31 Lehigh.................................. W 2-1 Lehigh....................................L 1-3 A 1 Villanova............................... W 1-0 Villanova............................... W 2-1 5 *Vermont.............................. W 3-0 *Vermont........................L 0-1 (10) 6 *Hartford.............................. W 4-1 *Hartford................................L 0-3 7 at Princeton....................L 3-4 (10) at Princeton............................L 0-5 11 *Towson................................ W 4-0 *Towson..................................L 1-3 13 Rider................................L 0-1 (8) Rider.................................... W 2-0 14 UMBC.....................................L 3-5 UMBC..............................W 2-1 (9) 18 at *Drexel...............................L 0-1 at *Drexel............................. W 7-3 21 George Mason....................... W 6-1 George Mason....................... W 1-0 24 at *Boston University............. W 1-0 at *Boston University...............L 0-1 26 at *Maine............................. W 2-1 at *Maine............................. W 7-3 28 *Hofstra................................ W 4-0 *Hofstra................................ W 3-2 M 1 $Maine...................................L 3-5 2 $Boston University................ W 4-3 $Maine................................. W 2-1 3 $Hofstra.................................L 0-5 # East Carolina Tournament (2nd) * America East Games $ America East Tourn. at Delaware (2nd) 1999 Record: 33-17, 8-6 America East (T-2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Laurie Brosnahan, Chris Brady, Kelly Dowell F 26 #George Mason................... W 11-0 #Marshal.................................L 0-l 27 #Virginia Tech.........................L 3-7 #Marshall............................. W 2-0 28 #Eastern Michigan................. W 1-0 #Virginia Tech.......................L 3-11 M 18 Temple.................................. W 2-0 Temple.................................. W 4-3 20 %Villanova..............................L 2-5

%Lehigh................................ W 3-0 %Saint Joseph’s................... W 20-2 21 %Saint Joseph’s.......................L 5-6 23 Bucknell................................ W 2-1 Bucknell................................ W 4-1 25 at Villanova.............................L 1-2 at Villanova........................... W 6-3 27 at Pennsylvania.................... W 7-0 at Pennsylvania..................... W 2-1 28 St. Francis (PA)...................... W 2-0 St. Francis (PA).................... W 14-0 31 at Lehigh............................ W 10-1 at Lehigh.............................. W 4-1 A 2 at Maryland.......................... W 1-0 at Maryland............................L 0-5 6 La Salle................................ W 9-0 La Salle................................. W 7-1 10 *Boston University..........L 1-3 (12) *Boston University................ W 4-3 12 *Maine................................. W 4-3 *Maine................................. W 5-0 13 Rutgers...................................L 0-1 Rutgers................................. W 7-2 16 at *Vermont.......................... W 9-0 at *Vermont.......................... W 3-1 18 at *Hartford........................ W 12-1 at *Hartford......................... W 3-2 20 George Mason.........................L 2-4 George Mason....................... W 2-1 22 at Rider............................... W 9-1 at Rider................................ W 5-3 24 at *Towson..............................L 0-1 at *Towson..............................L 1-2 27 at Lafayette......................... W 6-3 at Lafayette.......................... W 6-1 30 *Drexel...................................L 5-7 *Drexel...................................L 3-4 M 2 at *Hofstra............................ W 7-5 at *Hofstra..............................L 0-8 7 $Drexel..................................L 3-4 8 $Hofstra...............................L 3-12 # East Carolina Tournament (3rd) % Lehigh Invitational (3rd) * America East Game $ America East Tournament at Vermont (4th) 2000 Record: 36-14, 18-6 America East (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Chris Brady, Erin Kelly, Kristi O’Connell F 25 #La Salle............................... W 1-0 #UNC-Greensboro...................L 0-1 26 #Manhattan.......................... W 8-2 #East Carolina.........................L 0-1 #Canisius................................L 2-4 M 3 ^Virginia................................L 1-4 ^Ohio University................... W 3-2 4 ^Eastern Kentucky................ W 6-0 ^Wright State....................... W 3-1 9 Lafayette.......................W 10-0 (5) Lafayette.........................W 8-0 (5) 15 Mount St. Mary’s............W 10-0 (5) Mount St. Mary’s................... W 3-1 23 at Bucknell..............................L 0-1 at Bucknell............................ W 5-0 25 *Vermont............................. W 1-0 *Vermont.............................. W 4-0 26 *Vermont.............................. W 1-0 *Vermont.............................. W 3-0

29 Lehigh.................................. W 1-0 Lehigh.............................W 2-1 (8) A 1 *Drexel................................. W 1-0 *Drexel................................. W 2-0 2 *Drexel................................. W 1-0 *Drexel................................. W 2-1 5 at La Salle............................ W 7-0 at La Salle........................... W 11-2 8 at *Hofstra..............................L 1-2 at *Hofstra..............................L 2-3 10 at *Hofstra............................ W 1-0 at *Hofstra............................ W 6-4 12 at Rutgers...............................L 1-3 at Rutgers............................. W 4-3 16 *Towson..................................L 3-4 *Towson................................ W 3-1 26 Pennsylvania........................ W 4-2 Pennsylvania........................ W 7-1 29 at *Maine............................. W 1-0 at *Maine............................. W 3-1 30 at *Maine...............................L 0-1 at *Maine............................. W 4-1 M 3 *Towson..................................L 2-3 *Towson.........................W 4-3 (10) 6 *Boston University................ W 2-1 *Boston University................ W 2-1 7 *Boston University..................L 0-1 *Boston University................ W 1-0 12 $Boston University................ W 5-0 13 $Hofstra.........................L 2-3 (20) 14 $Boston University..................L 1-2 # East Carolina Tournament ^ Virginia Cavalier Tournament * America East Games $ America East Tournament at Hofstra (2nd) 2001 Record: 24-25, 11-17 A. East (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Susan Dugan, Lauren Mark, Carolyn Wasilewski M 2 #Virginia.................................L 0-2 #Elon.................................. W 14-2 #Radford.............................. W 8-5 3 #UMBC...................................L 0-8 #Akron...................................L 0-4 #Elon.................................... W 8-3 #Cornell..................................L 0-4 15 at Mount St. Mary’s............... W 8-0 at Mount St. Mary’s............... W 6-1 20 Elon ..................................... W 2-1 Elon........................................L 2-6 24 *Hartford ......................W 3-2 (11) *Hartford................................L 4-8 25 *Hartford..........................L 0-2 (8) *Hartford................................L 0-4 28 at Lehigh.............................. W 2-1 at Lehigh................................L 0-7 31 *Maine................................. W 4-2 *Maine................................. W 4-0 A 1 *Maine............................W 2-1 (8) *Maine.............................L 0-8 (6) 7 at *Boston University...............L 0-5 at *Boston University.........L 4-5 (8) 9 at *Boston University...............L 1-3 at *Boston University...............L 0-5 10 La Salle................................. W 3-0 La Salle...................................L 4-5 13 at *Towson ........................... W 8-6 at *Towson..............................L 0-1

14 at *Towson..............................L 0-5 at *Towson............................ W 5-4 18 Rider.................................... W 2-1 Rider.................................... W 4-3 21 *Hofstra..................................L 3-6 *Hofstra................................ W 3-2 22 *Hofstra ............................... W 2-1 *Hofstra..................................L 1-7 25 at Pennsylvania..............W 11-1 (6) at Pennsylvania.......................L 6-7 28 at *Drexel ........................L 0-8 (6) at *Drexel...............................L 0-3 29 at *Drexel............................. W 3-0 at *Drexel...............................L 2-3 M 2 Rutgers ................................ W 7-1 Rutgers................................. W 6-5 5 at *Vermont ...........................L 5-6 at *Vermont............................L 4-5 6 at *Vermont.......................... W 4-2 at *Vermont.......................... W 1-0 * America East Games (6th Place) # Virginia Beach Tournament 2002 Record: 19-27, 5-9 Colonial Athletic Association (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Amanda Cariello, Mandy Welch F 22 #Fairfield................................L 1-3 #at East Carolina.....................L 0-4 23 #UMBC...................................L 0-6 24 #Temple..................................L 3-6 #Fairfield................................L 4-6 M 1 $St. John’s............................ W 3-1 $UNC Greensboro....................L 6-7 $Binghamton....................L 3-6 (5) 2 $Norfolk State...................... W 4-0 $East Carolina...................L 0-8 (5) 14 Maryland .........................L 0-8 (5) Maryland..........................L 3-7 (6) 16 Mt. St. Mary’s ....................... W 6-5 Mt. St. Mary’s........................ W 2-0 17 Army ...................................L 1-10 24 Pennsylvania........................ W 5-1 Pennsylvania........................ W 3-2 28 Lehigh.............................W 8-0 (5) Lehigh....................................L 3-7 A 3 Delaware State...................... W 5-3 Delaware State.................W 7-2 (6) 6 *James Madison ................... W 3-0 *James Madison......................L 0-4 7 *James Madison.................... W 5-4 10 at LaSalle.......................W 6-5 (16) 13 at *Hofstra..............................L 2-5 at *Hofstra..............................L 2-7 14 at *Hofstra......................L 1-13 (5) 17 at Rider ..........................W 5-1 (9) at Rider................................ W 3-2 20 at *Drexel............................. W 3-0 at *Drexel...............................L 0-3 21 at *Drexel...............................L 1-2 24 at Villanova ......................L 4-5 (8) at Villanova.............................L 3-5 27 *George Mason..................... W 3-1 *George Mason.......................L 4-6 30 at Rutgers...............................L 0-4 M 1 UMBC  ....................................L 2-3 UMBC................................... W 6-4 4 at *Towson .............................L 5-6 at *Towson..............................L 0-5

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5 at *Towson............................ W 4-2 10 %James Madison................... W 4-3 %Hofstra.................................L 4-5 11 %George Mason......................L 2-4 * Colonial Athletic Association Games % CAA Tournament at Hofstra # East Carolina Tournament $ Dixie Classic at Virginia Beach, VA 2003 Record: 20-21-1, 8-7 CAA (3rd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Laurie Erickson, Melissa Basilio F 21 #Fordham...............................L 1-2 #Canisius................................L 0-1 22 #St. John’s..............................L 1-2 #at East Carolina.....................L 0-7 23 #Canisius.............................. W 4-0 #St. John’s..............................L 3-5 M 12 at UMBC ...............................L 7-8 at UMBC............................... W 4-1 15 La Salle................................. W 5-3 La Salle................................. W 5-1 16 Dartmouth............................ W 5-2 Dartmouth.......................W 5-4 (9) 18 Saint Joseph’s.........................L 3-5 Saint Joseph’s.........................L 1-3 23 at Pennsylvania ..............L 1-2 (10) at Pennsylvania...............T 0-0 (14) 26 at Lehigh................................L 4-5 A 2 at Delaware State.................. W 4-1 at Delaware State.................. W 4-1 5 at *James Madison..................L 2-3

at *James Madison...........W 4-3 (8) 6 at *James Madison................L 2-10 12 *Hofstra .........................L 0-11 (6) *Hofstra..................................L 2-7 13 *Hofstra ............................... W 1-0 16 Rider.................................... W 3-0 Rider.................................... W 3-0 18 *Drexel ................................ W 7-1 *Drexel................................. W 1-0 19 *Drexel ................................ W 1-0 23 Villanova.................................L 2-5 Villanova.................................L 2-8 26 at *George Mason................. W 5-3 at *George Mason...................L 0-1 27 at *George Mason ..................L 1-2 30 Rutgers ................................ W 7-1 Rutgers...................................L 3-4 M 3 *Towson ...........................L 1-2 (8) *Towson................................ W 4-0 4 *Towson ..........................W 2-1 (8) 8 $George Mason.......................L 1-2 9 $Towson..................................L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ CAA Tournament at Hofstra (4th) # East Carolina Tournament

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2004 Record: 29-24-1, 9-8 CAA (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Laura Streets, Laurie Erickson F 20 #at East Carolina...................L 0-10 #George Mason.......................L 2-6 21 #Towson................................ W 4-1 #Fairfield.............................. W 1-0 22 #Towson................................ W 5-4 #at East Carolina.....................L 4-6 27 ^Radford.............................. W 5-1 ^at Norfolk State................ W 12-1 28 ^Liberty.................................L 1-4 ^George Mason.................... W 2-0 29 ^Lehigh..................................L 0-2 M 3 Saint Joseph’s.........................L 0-2 Saint Joseph’s....................... W 1-0 6 Bucknell................................ W 6-2 11 UMBC................................... W 8-0 UMBC................................... W 1-0 13 at La Salle............................. W 6-2 at La Salle............................. W 7-2 19 %Stony Brook....................... W 2-0 20 %Providence......................... W 2-1 %Delaware State.....................L 0-2 21 %Syracuse............................L 6-10 %Pennsylvania...................... W 4-0 24 Lehigh....................................L 0-4 Lehigh....................................L 1-3 27 *James Madison.................... W 2-1 *James Madison......................L 3-4 28 *James Madison......................L 2-4 A 3 at *Drexel............................. W 3-1 at *Drexel...............................L 2-3 9 at *Hofstra..............................L 3-4 10 at *Hofstra..............................L 1-6 at *Hofstra............................ W 4-2 17 *George Mason.......................L 0-2 *George Mason.......................L 1-4 18 *George Mason..................... W 3-0 20 Pennsylvania........................ W 2-1 Pennsylvania........................ W 4-1 21 at Villanova.............................L 0-1 at Villanova.............................L 0-3 24 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 2-0 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 1-0 25 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 28 at Rutgers............................. W 4-2 at Rutgers...............................T 4-4 M 1 at *Towson............................ W 6-0 at *Towson............................ W 2-1 2 at *Towson..............................L 2-3 6 at Maryland............................L 2-3 at Maryland............................L 0-3 13 $at Hofstra........................... W 3-2 14 $James Madison................... W 4-2 15 $at Hofstra.............................L 0-2 $at Hofstra.............................L 1-2

2005 Record: 28-25, 6-11 CAA (T-5th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Kelley Pastic, Lauren Gardner, Jenn Joseph F 25 #Norfolk State...................... W 6-0 26 #Villanova...............................L 2-8 #San Jose State.................L 0-9 (5) 27 #Radford................................L 0-1 #Villanova...............................L 0-4 M 4 $Elon.................................... W 6-3 $Marshall...............................L 0-3 5 $Binghamton........................ W 4-1 $North Carolina State..............L 1-3 6 $Liberty................................ W 4-2 $Elon......................................L 3-4 13 Cornell....................................L 3-4 Cornell.................................. W 5-0 16 at Pennsylvania..................... W 9-7 at Pennsylvania................W 4-0 (6) 18 %Albany.................................L 0-2 %Providence...........................L 0-2 19 %Delaware State................... W 5-0 %Monmouth...........................L 0-3 20 %Delaware State................... W 4-3 25 at *George Mason.................L 6-10 26 at *George Mason...................L 4-5 at *George Mason................. W 6-0 30 at Delaware State.................. W 3-1 at Delaware State.............W 5-4 (8) A 2 at *UNC Wilmington.............. W 4-3 at *UNC Wilmington........L 0-10 (5) 3 at *UNC Wilmington.............. W 4-0 5 La Salle................................. W 4-2 La Salle................................. W 1-0 9 *Hofstra..................................L 0-1 *Hofstra..................................L 0-6 10 *Hofstra..................................L 0-3 13 Rider...............................W 8-0 (5) Rider.................................... W 6-0 16 *Drexel..........................W 3-2 (10) *Drexel................................. W 2-1 17 *Drexel...................................L 1-5 20 Villanova............................... W 1-0 Villanova.................................L 3-6 21 at UMBC.................................L 3-5 at UMBC............................... W 7-5 26 Rutgers................................. W 6-1 Rutgers............................W 8-0 (5) 27 at Bucknell.......................... W 11-4 at Bucknell............................ W 5-3 M 1 *Towson..................................L 4-5 *Towson..................................L 0-1 4 at Maryland.......................... W 2-0 at Maryland....................L 1-11 (5) 7 at *James Madison............L 0-8 (5) at *James Madison................ W 5-4 8 at *James Madison..................L 2-3

* Colonial Athletic Association Games $ CAA Tournament at Hofstra (2nd) # East Carolina Tournament (3rd) ^ Dixie Classic (Norfolk, VA) % Bash at the Beach at Georgetown, DE (3rd)

* Colonial Athletic Association Games # MASCUA Tournament (Norfolk, VA) $ East Carolina Pirate Clash % Bash at the Beach (Georgetown, DE)

Laurie Erickson and the Blue Hens advanced to the final day of the 2004 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament at Hofstra.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 2006 Record: 33-24, 10-10 CAA (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Allison Borchers, Michelle Plant, Carolynn Sloat M 3 $East Carolina....................... W 6-1 $Fairfield.............................. W 3-2 4 $Liberty..................................L 1-3 $Longwood.............................L 0-1 5 $Longwood.............................L 3-5 8 UMBC................................... W 5-4 10 %Brown................................ W 4-0 %Cornell............................... W 1-0 11 %George Mason.................. W 13-7 %Niagara..........................L 4-5 (8) 12 %Brown................................ W 4-3 %Norfolk State.................W 9-1 (5) 14 East Carolina...........................L 2-6 East Carolina....................W 3-1 (6) 15 Pennsylvania........................ W 5-0 15 Pennsylvania........................ W 8-5 17 !Pennsylvania....................... W 8-5 !St. Francis (NY).................... W 8-3 18 !Delaware State.................... W 7-0 19 !Marist....................................L 1-2 !St. Francis (NY)...............W 1-0 (8) 22 Lehigh....................................L 2-4 Lehigh.................................. W 1-0 25 at *George Mason................. W 2-1 26 at *George Mason...........L 2-3 (12) at *George Mason................. W 6-1 29 Delaware State...................... W 8-1 Delaware State...................... W 2-0 A 1 *Georgia State........................L 1-4 *Georgia State...................... W 3-1 2 *Georgia State........................L 2-3 5 La Salle................................. W 6-0 La Salle................................. W 8-1 8 at *UNC Wilmington................L 0-1 at *UNC Wilmington........L 1-2 (11) 9 at *UNC Wilmington............ W 10-5 12 at Rider................................ W 9-7 at Rider..................................L 6-7 14 *Towson................................ W 2-1 *Towson................................ W 2-1 15 *Towson..................................L 3-4 19 at Villanova.............................L 4-6 at Villanova.....................L 0-10 (5) 23 *Drexel................................. W 6-2 *Drexel.............................L 4-5 (9) 26 Bucknell................................ W 5-0 Bucknell...........................W 8-0 (5) 29 at *James Madison..................L 3-7 at *James Madison..................L 1-2 30 at *James Madison................ W 2-1 M 3 Maryland................................L 0-2 Maryland................................L 0-5 6 *Hofstra.........................W 2-1 (11) *Hofstra................................ W 4-3 7 *Hofstra..................................L 0-9 11 ^Georgia State........................L 5-6 12 ^UNC Wilmington.............L 2-3 (9) * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ Hamton Inn Pirate Clash (Greenville, NC) $ Mason-Dixon Classic (Norfolk, VA) ! Bash at the Beach (Georgetown, DE) ^ CAA Tournament (Atlanta, GA)

2007 Record: 16-26-3, 7-13 CAA (T-6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Carolynn Sloat (Head), Kim Ovittore (Asst.), Michelle Plant (Asst.) M 2 $Binghamton........................ W 6-3 $East Carolina.........................L 0-4 3 $Vermont.............................. W 2-1 $Fordham...............................L 3-8 4 $Fordham.........................L 5-6 (8) 9 %Niagara................................L 0-3 %Cornell.................................L 5-6 10 %Marist................................ W 4-1 %Binghamton.........................L 1-4 11 %Norfolk State...................... W 2-0 %Norfolk State........................L 8-9 14 at Pennsylvania.......................L 4-6 at Pennsylvania.......................L 4-5 22 Lehigh....................................L 3-4 Lehigh.............................. T 2-2 (6) 24 at *Drexel............................. W 2-1 at *Drexel...............................L 4-5 25 at *Drexel...............................L 5-6 28 at Delaware State.................. W 2-1 at Delaware State.............W 8-0 (6) 31 at *Towson..............................L 0-1 at *Towson..............................L 0-3 A 1 at *Towson............................ W 6-0 6 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 4-2 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 5-2 7 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 9-8 11 Rider.............................W 11-3 (6) Rider.................................... W 5-2 14 *James Madison......................L 1-9 *James Madison......................L 0-4 17 Villanova............................... W 6-1 Villanova.................................T 2-2 18 at UMBC.................................L 1-5 at UMBC.................................L 3-4 21 at *Hofstra..............................L 0-2 at *Hofstra..............................L 0-7 22 at *Hofstra........................L 1-2 (8) 28 *George Mason..................... W 2-0 *George Mason.......................L 3-6 29 *George Mason.................L 0-9 (5) M 1 at Bucknell..............................L 1-4 at Bucknell........................ T 2-2 (8) 5 at *Georgia State............L 2-3 (10) at *Georgia State....................L 3-4 6 at *Georgia State.............W 1-0 (8) * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ East Carolina Pirate Clash (Greenville, NC) % Spartan Classic (Norfolk, VA) 2008 Record: 22-26, 4-17 CAA (7th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Allison Borchers, Quinn Megargel, Kim Ovittore F 29 $UNC Greensboro.............W 1-0 (8) $Liberty................................ W 4-1 M 1 $Radford................................L 4-7 $East Carolina.................L 0-10 (5) 2 $UNC Greensboro....................L 0-1 4 Pennsylvania..........................L 0-4 Pennsylvania........................ W 9-1 7 #Norfolk State...................... W 5-3 9 #Cornell..................................L 2-8 10 #Morgan State.................... W 11-0 12 La Salle................................. W 8-0

La Salle...................................L 3-6 14 %Delaware State................. W 13-1 %Marist................................ W 3-0 15 %St. Francis (PA)................... W 1-0 %Central Connecticut........... W 13-3 21 *Georgia State........................L 0-7 *Georgia State........................L 6-8 22 *Georgia State......................L 5-10 25 Saint Joseph’s....................... W 4-2 26 Delaware State.................... W 10-2 Delaware State.................... W 11-1 29 at *UNC Wilmington..............L 3-11 at *UNC Wilmington.............. W 6-2 30 at *UNC Wilmington................L 7-8 A 2 at Villanova...........................L 3-12 at Villanova.............................L 4-5 5 *Drexel................................. W 5-4 *Drexel................................. W 8-0 6 *Drexel.................................L 0-10 9 at Rider................................ W 3-2 at Rider................................ W 9-2 12 at *Towson..............................L 0-1 at *Towson..............................L 3-4 13 at *Towson..............................L 1-9 19 *George Mason..................... W 9-1 *George Mason.......................L 1-3 20 *George Mason.......................L 1-2 23 at Army................................ W 5-4 at Army................................ W 6-2 26 *Hofstra..................................L 0-9 *Hofstra..................................L 1-8 27 *Hofstra..................................L 1-8 30 UMBC.....................................L 2-6 UMBC................................... W 2-1 M 3 at *James Madison..................L 2-5 at *James Madison..................L 1-4 4 at *James Madison..................L 1-4   * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ East Carolina Pirate Clash (Greenville, NC) # Spartan Classic (Norfolk, VA) % Capital Classic (Georgetown, DE) 2009 Record: 21-18, 7-9 CAA (5th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson F 27 #Siena..............................L 4-5 (8) #Fordham...............................L 0-1 M 7 $Buffalo............................... W 4-3 $Canisius..............................L 1-11 8 $Canisius.............................. W 3-2 $Marshall...............................L 1-3 13 %Seton Hall..........................L 2-11 14 %Maryland.............................L 3-4 15 %Fordham............................L 0-10 %Howard................................L 4-5 18 Lehigh.................................. W 1-0 Lehigh.................................. W 3-0 21 *James Madison.................... W 4-3 *James Madison......................L 4-6 22 *James Madison......................L 3-5 25 at Delaware State.................. W 7-3 at Delaware State................ W 10-1 29 at *Georgia State.................. W 8-6 at *Georgia State....................L 3-6 31 Villanova...............................L 3-12 Villanova............................... W 3-2 A 2 at La Salle............................. W 6-1 at La Salle............................. W 5-4 4 *UNC Wilmington....................L 4-6 *UNC Wilmington....................L 0-2

5 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 7-2 8 Rider.................................... W 2-0 Rider.................................... W 2-0 9 Binghamton.......................... W 4-2 10 at *Drexel............................. W 6-2 at *Drexel............................. W 4-0 18 *Towson................................L 0-12 *Towson................................ W 1-0 19 *Towson..................................L 5-7 22 Army.................................... W 3-1 22 Army.................................... W 7-6 25 at *George Mason...................L 1-3 at *George Mason.................L 4-10 at *George Mason................. W 6-0 * Colonial Athletic Association Games # East Carolina Pirate Clash (Greenville, NC) $ Marshall Tournament (Huntington, WV) % Maryland Invitational (College Park, MD) 2010 Record: 20-30-1, 8-13 CAA (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Cecile Egan, Michelle Grap F 19 !UNC Greensboro.................. W 8-7 !#23 North Carolina........L 0-11 (6) 20 !Saint Joseph’s........................L 0-6 21 !UNC Greensboro....................L 0-4 26 $Morehead State..............W 3-1 (8) $East Carolina.................L 1-15 (5) 27 $Penn State......................L 1-9 (6) 28 $Towson..................................L 1-2 M 5 %Kent State............................L 5-8 6 %Kent State............................L 5-7 %Marshall.......................L 3-13 (5) 7 %Cleveland State.....................L 1-3 9 UMBC.............................L 5-6 (10) UMBC...............................L 2-4 (5) 17 Temple....................................L 5-7 Temple.................................. W 2-0 19 ^Georgetown........................ W 1-0 ^Lehigh.........................W 11-2 (5) 20 ^UMBC............................W 5-4 (8) 21 ^Lehigh................................ W 7-6 24 Delaware State.................W 8-0 (6) Delaware State........................L 2-3 27 *Hofstra................................L 1-10 *Hofstra..................................L 3-7 28 *Hofstra............................L 2-3 (8) A 2 at *James Madison............L 1-9 (6) at *James Madison.............. W 14-4 3 at *James Madison............L 3-4 (9) 5 at Villanova.............................L 3-7 7 at Rider................................ W 6-5 at Rider..................................T 4-4 10 *Georgia State........................L 0-5 *Georgia State...................... W 5-3 11 *Georgia State...................... W 7-6 14 Norfolk State........................ W 3-2 Norfolk State........................ W 2-0 17 at *UNC Wilmington.............. W 1-0 at *UNC Wilmington.............. W 5-4 18 at *UNC Wilmington................L 5-9 21 at Lehigh.............................. W 9-7 at Lehigh................................L 1-2 24 *Drexel................................. W 7-4 *Drexel...................................L 2-3 25 *Drexel...................................L 4-5 28 at Penn...................................L 0-3 M 1 at *Towson............................ W 1-0 at *Towson............................ W 5-2

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at *Towson..............................L 3-7 *George Mason.......................L 0-5 *George Mason.................L 4-5 (8) *George Mason.................L 1-2 (8)

* Colonial Athletic Association Games ! Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) $ East Carolina Pirate Classic (Greenville, N.C.) % Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.) ^ UMBC Spring Classic (Baltimore, Md.) 2011 Record: 21-34, 10-11 CAA (4th) Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach Captains: Lara Andrews, Michelle Grap, Jenny Richards, Amanda Stacevicz F 18 #Miami (Ohio)................L 1-10 (5) #Illinois-Chicago................L 1-9 (6) 19 #Notre Dame..................L 1-11 (5) #Central Florida......................L 1-4 20 #Illinois-Chicago................L 0-8 (5) M 1 at Hampton......................... W 10-6 at Hampton....................W 12-0 (5) 4 %Western Carolina..................L 0-1 %Coastal Carolina....................L 2-4 5 %Towson............................... W 3-1 %Western Carolina..................L 0-2 9 at UMBC.........................L 4-13 (6) 12 ^Norfolk State...............W 13-4 (5) ^Marist...................................L 3-4 13 ^St. Francis (Pa.).................. W 1-0 ^UMES..........................W 13-2 (6) 15 at Temple........................L 0-12 (5) at Temple............................ W 11-5 18 $Ball State............................L 3-11 $Georgetown........................L 6-11 19 $Robert Morris........................L 1-2 $Pittsburgh.............................L 0-2 20 $Radford..........................L 0-6 (6) 22 at Delaware State....................L 1-8 26 at *George Mason...................L 0-1 at *George Mason................. W 2-0 27 at *George Mason................. W 4-2 29 Villanova.................................L 2-4 Villanova.................................L 3-4 30 Delaware State...................... W 7-6 Delaware State......................L 2-12 A 2 at *Hofstra..............................L 1-2 at *Hofstra..............................L 1-7 3 at *Hofstra..............................L 0-1 6 Saint Joseph’s..................W 5-4 (8) 9 *James Madison......................L 4-5 *James Madison.................... W 4-3 10 *James Madison.................... W 5-4 13 Rider.................................... W 4-1 16 at *Georgia State............L 1-12 (5) at *Georgia State..............L 0-8 (5) 17 at *Georgia State............L 1-10 (5) 20 at Army..................................L 4-5 22 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 2-1 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-2 23 *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-2 27 Penn..................................... W 6-2 30 at *Drexel............................. W 6-5 at *Drexel............................. W 6-0 M 1 at *Drexel...............................L 3-8 6 *Towson..................................L 0-1 *Towson..................................L 0-4 7 *Towson................................ W 4-3 11 &Hofstra...........................L 0-9 (5) 12 &Towson.................................L 0-5

ALL-TIME RESULTS

* Colonial Athletic Association Games # UCF/Courtyard by Marriott Invitational (Orlando, FL) % Coastal Carolina Tournament (Conway, SC) ^ Norfolk State Spartan Classic (Norfolk, VA) $ Radford Invitational (Botetourt, VA) & CAA Tournament (Hempstead, NY)

* Colonial Athletic Association Games % Florida Gulf Coast Tournament (Fort Myers, FL) $ Norfolk State Spartan Classic (Norfolk, VA) ^ Louisville Slugger Invitational (Stockton, CA) @ Florida International Tournament (Miami, FL) ! Delaware Spring Invitational (Newark, DE) & CAA Tournament (Hempstead, NY)

2012 Record: 15-41-1, 8-12 CAA (4th) Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach Captains: Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz F 11 at Charlotte.............................L 3-4 vs. Presbyterian.................... W 2-1 17 %Boston College......................L 2-3 %Binghamton.........................L 0-8 18 %UT-Martin.......................L 1-9 (5) %Florida Gulf Coast............... W 6-4 19 %Saint Louis............................L 3-4 25 $Army...........................W 13-2 (5) $Monmouth............................L 3-6 26 $Monmouth..........................L 6-14 $Norfolk State........................L 3-4 M 2 ^#3 Washington.............L 0-12 (5) ^Pacific..................................L 1-6 3 ^Sacramento State..................L 5-9 ^#3 Washington.....................L 0-5 4 ^Sacramento State..................L 0-6 9 @#25 DePaul.........................L 1-5 @Florida International............L 0-8 10 @#25 DePaul.................L 0-12 (5) @Florida International....L 1-14 (5) 14 Temple..............................L 0-8 (6) Temple....................................L 2-4 16 !La Salle.................................L 1-5 17 !Norfolk State....................... W 2-0 18 !Western Michigan...................L 3-6 !Villanova...............................L 1-4 21 Delaware State........................L 0-3 Delaware State.................. T 5-5 (6) 24 at *Towson..............................L 0-1 25 at *Towson............................ W 5-4 at *Towson......................L 3-4 (12) 27 at Villanova.......................L 0-8 (6) at Villanova.............................L 4-5 31 *George Mason.......................L 2-4 *George Mason..................... W 4-3 A 1 *George Mason.................L 0-8 (6) 4 Saint Peter’s.......................... W 5-3 Saint Peter’s.......................... W 7-2 7 *Hofstra..................................L 0-3 *Hofstra..................................L 2-9 8 *Hofstra............................L 0-9 (5) 11 at Rider..................................L 0-4 at Rider................................ W 4-1 14 at *James Madison..................L 0-7 at *James Madsion..................L 0-7 15 at *James Madison................ W 7-4 21 *Georgia State........................L 0-7 *Georgia State...................... W 3-1 25 at Penn...................................L 2-3 28 at *UNCW............................. W 4-0 at *UNCW...............................L 1-2 29 at *UNCW............................. W 8-3 M 4 *Drexel................................. W 2-1 *Drexel...................................L 0-2 5 *Drexel..........................W 4-3 (10) 10 &Hofstra.................................L 1-2 11 &James Madison.....................L 3-6

2013 Record: 35-22, 12-9 CAA (4th) Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach Captains: Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz F 8 !Southeastern Louisiana......... W 4-2 !Southern.............................. W 3-1 9 !UT Martin............................ W 7-2 !Louisiana Tech.................W 4-3 (8) 22 $Mount St. Mary’s............W 5-4 (8) $Seton Hall........................... W 5-2 23 $South Alabama......................L 0-1 $Jacksonville..........................L 2-8 M 1 %Norfolk State...............W 10-2 (6) 2 %Army..........................W 11-1 (6) %Marist................................ W 5-3 3 %Army...................................L 2-4 %Norfolk State.................... W 12-4 8 ^Canisius.......................W 10-0 (5) 9 ^Siena.................................. W 7-3 10 ^Hampton............................ W 2-1 ^UMES................................. W 8-7 15 &Norfolk State...............W 15-6 (5) 16 &Hartford............................. W 1-0 17 &Saint Francis (Pa.)............... W 7-2 &Villanova..............................L 2-4 20 La Salle................................. W 5-1 La Salle................................. W 6-4 23 at *Drexel........................... W 11-4 24 at *Drexel............................. W 6-3

at *Drexel............................. W 3-2 27 at Saint Joseph’s......................L 3-4 at Saint Joseph’s......................L 1-7 30 *Towson................................ W 4-2 *Towson................................ W 6-3 31 *Towson................................ W 5-3 A 2 at Army..................................L 3-4 at Army..................................L 0-7 6 at *George Mason................. W 4-0 at *George Mason................. W 4-1 7 at *George Mason................. W 2-0 9 Lafayette.............................. W 4-3 Lafayette.............................. W 3-2 13 at *Hofstra..............................L 1-7 at *Hofstra..............................L 0-3 14 at *Hofstra......................L 2-11 (5) 17 Rider.................................... W 2-0 20 *James Madison......................L 2-6 *James Madison......................L 2-3 21 *James Madison......................L 0-6 24 at Saint Peter’s........................L 3-6 at Saint Peter’s...................... W 7-4 26 at *Georgia State..............L 5-6 (8) 27 at *Georgia State..............L 0-8 (6) at *Georgia State....................L 2-4 M 1 Villanova.................................L 0-2 Villanova.................................L 1-3 3 *UNCW................................. W 6-2 *UNCW................................. W 6-1 4 *UNCW..........................W 2-1 (11) 8 +James Madison.............L 2-10 (6) 9 +Towson.................................L 1-3

Shelby Jones was named to the CAA All-Tournament Team in 2013, as the Blue Hens qualified for the league championship for the third straight year.

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DELAWARE SOFTBALL STADIUM The Delaware Softball Stadium is the home of the University of Delaware Blue Hen softball team. The stadium includes seating for approximately 500, a dirt infield, and dugouts. Prior to the 2010 season, the stadium underwent renovations to include new bleachers, a press box, new scoreboard, and batting cages.

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A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in studyabroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s study-abroad program as a model.

UD’s freshman retention rate, 92 percent, ranks in the 97th percentile among universities nationwide. At 77 percent, UD’s six-year graduation rate is more than 21 percentage points higher than the national average. UD’s four-year graduation rate, 61.8 percent, is nearly double the national average. UD’s Latino and African American students also graduate in numbers far higher than the U.S. average— nearly 23 percentage points higher and 18 points higher, respectively.

UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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UD has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected.

Many of UD’s doctoral programs were ranked among the best in the U.S. in a recent National Research Council survey that examined criteria such as student financial support, average time to degree completion, student career plans and diversity of the academic environment. UD graduate programs in physical therapy, engineering, education, business, city management, mathematics and public affairs have been recognized in recent Best Graduate Schools guides published by U.S. News Media Group.

A citation in the Princeton Review once referred to the UD campus as “absolutely the most gorgeous anywhere,” and a 2007 Washington Post story noted, “with its elegant, elongated Green, [UD] is a stunning landscape of Georgian Colonial red-brick, white-columned architecture to rival anything conceived by Thomas Jefferson.”

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