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MARIA PANDOLFO

NICOLE D’ARGENTO


2013 SOFTBALL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013 SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS

OUTLOOK

BOSTON COLLEGE

Location........................................................... Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded.............................................................................. 1863 Enrollment......................................................................... 14,500 President..................................................Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Nickname........................................................................... Eagles Colors............................................................... Maroon and Gold Conference...............................................................Atlantic Coast Home Field................................................................... Shea Field Dimensions........................................................L-195 C-210 R-195 Capacity............................................................................. 1,000 Athletics Director............................................................ Brad Bates Assoc. Athletic Director/ Senior Women’s Administrator................................. Jody Mooradian

Quick Facts............................................................................... 1 Q&A with Ashley Obrest.......................................................... 2-3 2012 Roster.............................................................................. 4

COACHES Head Coach Ashley Obrest......................................................... 6 Assistant Coaches...................................................................... 7

2013 EAGLES Captains................................................................................ 8-9 Players............................................................................... 10-15

TEAM INFORMATION

HISTORY & REVIEW 2012 Statistics......................................................................... 17 Honor Roll............................................................................... 18 Year by Year Results................................................................. 19 Record Book....................................................................... 20-29 The ACC............................................................................ 30-31 Boston College........................................................................ 32

MEDIA RELATIONS

CREDITS

Assoc. Athletic Director/Media Relations.................... Chris Cameron Asst. Athletic Directors/ Media Relations.................................Dick Kelley, Stephanie Tunnera Assistant Directors/ Media Relations........................ Tim Clark, Matt Lynch, Zanna Ollove Softball Contact.......................................................... Mike Billings Media Relations Assistants........................... Mike Billings, Nick Dow Billings’ Phone.......................................................(617) 552-4508 Billings’ E-mail............................................ michael.billings@bc.edu Athletics Website...............................................www.bceagles.com Twitter...................................................BCSportsNews, BC_Softball Mailing Address............ Conte Forum 321, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

The 2013 Boston College Softball Media Guide is a production of the Boston College Media Relations Office and the Boston College Athletic Association, Chestnut Hill, Mass., 02467. The publications was written, compiled and edited by media relations assistant Mike Billings. Designed by Ralph Loos, RL Sport Design (Hadley, MA) Photographs by John Quackenbos and Ken Speer On the Cover: Captains Nicole D’Argento and Maria Pandolfo

2013 RETURNEES Returning Starters avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb so ob% po a e fld% Nicole D’Argento .338 50-50 154 27 52 7 0 9 31 86 .588 22 22 .425 138 50 8 .959 Andrea Filler .326 50-44 132 25 38 8 1 7 19 69 .548 19 39 .395 91 72 6 .964 CJ Chirichigno .224 51-51 116 13 26 3 0 2 10 35 .302 15 28 .348 51 87 9 .939 Tory Speer .195 51-51 118 17 23 5 0 3 18 37 .314 18 23 .307 40 6 1 .979 Alana DiMaso .122 41-29 74 10 9 4 0 0 3 13 .176 6 20 .188 46 7 2 .964 Pitchers Nicole D’Argento Chelsea Dimon

era w-l 3.77 10-13 6.34 1-1

app gs cg sho sv ip h 37 18 9 0/1 5 150.1 147 6 2 0 0/1 0 17.2 16

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r er bb so 2b 3b hr b/avg wp 103 81 54 114 34 2 13 .253 5 17 16 15 8 1 0 3 .235 6

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Head Coach........... Ashley Obrest (Boston College, ’07), 2nd season Record at BC....................................................................... 23-30 Career Record..................................................................... 50-51 Obrest’s Office Phone.............................................(617) 552-3107 Obrest’s E-mail................................................ashley.obrest@bc.edu Assistant Coach...................... Sara Olson (Indiana, ’11), first season Assistant Coach.............Shayne Lotito (Boston Univ., ’09), first season 2012 Record....................................................................... 23-30 2012 Conference Record (Finish).................................. 3-18 (Eighth) 2012 Postseason................ 0-1 (L, 10-4 to UNC in ACC Tournament) Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................... 12/7 Newcomers................................................................................ 3


2013 SOFTBALL You have had two seasons under your belt as a head coach (one at Colgate, one at BC) how do you feel you have personally developed as a head coach over the past two years? My time at Colgate compared to my time at BC, has obviously been very different. I spent two years as an assistant at Colgate and then one year as the head coach. With that said, I had three full years to get to know my girls. I knew what motivated them and how to motivate them, I knew which approach to take when they were failing, and I knew what type of learners they were. Also, after three years, they had a full understanding of why we did things the way we did them and why we should expect to win the Patriot League every year.

HEAD COACH - Q&A

Now going into my second year at BC, I strongly believe everything is starting to click. My vision and mission for the program is clear, expectations are high, the culture of the program has changed, and everyone is on the same page. I stress to our team every day that if we do the little things correctly, we will win. Also, if we get better in some area of our game each and every day, we are heading down the right path. I think as a coach you have to constantly want to get better. There’s no time to sit back and relax. With that said, I am constantly attending clinics, picking other coaches brains on what and how they do things, and I read a ton of books. I had the team read a great book on mental toughness called Mind Gym over Christmas break. One day a week, we are going to do some type of exercise that relates directly to the book. Not only does the book cover mental toughness, but it also covers visualization which is huge for our sport. What are your goals for the Eagles in 2013?

Maria Pandolfo

In our first team meeting, we established our motto for the year which is “Find A Way.” The last NCAA appearance for the program came in 2003 so our focus and goal is to find a way to make it to regionals. When our backs are against the wall and adversity strikes and the pressure is on, we want to stay positive and focused, and simply find a way to win ball games.

What intangibles do Nicole and Maria bring to the table and how did those factor in to naming them the captains for this season? Nicole and Maria were unanimously chosen by their teammates which I think speaks volumes about their leadership skills and pride for this program. We actually waited until after fall ball to vote for captains and as the days in September and October wore on, it was pretty clear these two were the leaders of the program. They both do the little things day in and day out, on the field, in the class room, and in the community. The coaching staff meets with Nicole and Maria weekly and it’s definitely a day that I look forward to. They bring energy, passion, and new ideas to this program and more than anything, they both want that NCAA regional appearance. Going back to last year, Nicole was always a vocal leader, raising the bar, and expecting more each day from her teammates. Maria was a bit different and went about her business on the field and led by example. When either speaks up during practice, a meeting, or a game, all eyes are on them and the girls really listen to what they have to say. They have trust and respect from each of their teammates which crucial for captains. Incoming freshmen Megan Cooley, Jessie Daulton, and Stephanie Lord, what are your expectations for them this season? Our expectations of the freshmen are always high. We want kids coming out of high school and coming to us and becoming impact players from the get go. Megan Cooley is a slapper who will spend time in left and right field and will most likely be our lead off. We will look to her to get on base early in the game and take advantage of her speed on the bases. Jessie Daulton is a very athletic infielder with

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2013 SOFTBALL a great glove and knowledge of the game. We expect Jessie to spend the majority of time at third base and even some innings at second base. Stephanie Lord is a lefty pitcher who spins and moves the ball extremely well. Each of our pitchers are different in speed, pitches, and movement, which will result in all three learning to work together to win ball games. How do you feel this team stacks up against the rest of the ACC? We had an extremely productive and challenging fall which really helped mold and shape who we wanted to be as a team. These girls are hungry and motivated and have their eyes set on making a regional. With that said, I think we’re right there with everyone else in the ACC. How do you see the lineup shaping up?

HEAD COACH - Q&A

Right now, Maria Pandolfo will be our anchor in center field. She’s our leader out there and she makes everyone else around her better. Offensively, we want her at the plate in pressure situations, in the three or four slot. Annie Sommers looks to be strong in left field and Megan Cooley looks solid in right field. Our outfield look is completely different than last year. Maria, Annie, and Megan all have phenomenal speed so I don’t see much dropping out there. We also have Nicole Koszowski, Ronnie Mae Ayers, and Alana DiMaso who are outstanding outfielders. Nicole has really improved on the offensive side and really understands her approach at the plate so I’m excited to see what she adds to our lineup. Jessie Daulton has great reactions and a great glove over at third base. To her left will be either CJ Chirichigno or Andrea Filler. Both are highly competitive athletes that are capable of playing shortstop and also second base. As a freshman, Filler hit .300 so we will look to her again this year to be in the middle of the lineup. Chelsea Dimon, Ronnie Mae Ayers, and Alana DiMaso will compete for the job at first base. Tory Speer spent her time in the outfield last year but has now transitioned to catching. She has a fantastic work ethic, knows the game and her communication with not just the pitchers, but the defense as a whole, is truly remarkable. Behind Tory Speer will be Meg Scanlon. On the mound, we will look to Chelsea Dimon and Stephanie Lord to carry the majority of the innings for us. Again, both are extremely different pitchers which will really help us along the way. In addition to Dimon and Lord, Andrea Filler will also provide some innings of relief.

Nicole D’Argento

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2013 Boston College Eagles Softball Roster No.

Name

Cl.

Pos. B/T

2

Ronnie Mae Ayers

Jr.

UT

R/R

Duvall, Wash./Eastside Catholic

3

Nicole Koszowski

Jr.

OF

R/R

Mountainside, N.J./Governor Livingston

5

Annie Sommers

So.

OF

R/R

Pasadena, Calif./Maranatha

7

Jessie Daulton

Fr.

INF

R/R

Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Santa Margarita

9

Andrea Filler

So. SS/2B R/R

Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop Dwenger

10

Chelsea Dimon

So.

Florence, N.J./Notre Dame

11

Megan Cooley

Fr.

OF

L/R

Mill Creek, Wash./Henry M. Jackson

12

CJ Chirichigno

So.

INF

R/R

Costa Mesa, Calif./Mater Dei

13

Nicole D’Argento

Sr.

17

Alana DiMaso

Jr.

18

Stephanie Lord

Fr.

P

L/L

Agoura, Calif./Agoura

19

Maria Pandolfo

Sr.

OF

R/R

Reading, Mass./Reading Memorial

25

Tory Speer

Jr. OF/1B R/R

P/1B L/R

P/1B R/R UT

R/R

2013 ROSTER

42 Meg Scanlon Jr. C/UT R/R

Hometown/High School

Ashland, Mass./Ashland Holmdel, N.J./Red Bank Catholic

Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Mission Viejo Lawrenceville, N.J./The Hun School

COACHING STAFF: Head Coach: Ashley Obrest (Boston College ’07) Second season Assistant Coach: Sara Olson (Indiana ‘11) First season Assistant Coach: Shayne Lotito (Boston University ’09) First Season

PRONUNCIATIONS: CJ Chirichigno Nicole D’Argento Alana DiMaso Andrea Filler Nicole Koszowski

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COACHES & PLAYERS

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2013 SOFTBALL During the 2009 and 2010 seasons, Colgate received four first-team and five second-team All-Patriot League selections, one All-Region honoree and had nine Academic Honor Roll achievements.

ASHLEY OBREST Head Coach Second Season Boston College ‘07

Prior to joining Colgate, Obrest served as an assistant coach at Concordia University in Chicago and a private hitting and catching instructor for the Chicago White Sox Training Academy from 2007-08. While at Boston College, Obrest was a four-year letterwinner. The catcher was the first Eagles softball player to garner an ACC Player of the Week accolade. Obrest still holds the school record career runs batted in (95), as well as single-season on-base percentage (.423) and walks (28). The 2007 grad was also a part of numerous StudentAthletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) initiatives, including the Pen Pal Program, Food for Families and the hospital visitation programs.

Ashley Obrest enters her second year as head coach of the Boston College softball program.

Obrest earned her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from BC in 2007 before going on to achieve a Master of Science in sport management from SUNY Cortland in 2010.

HEAD COACH

In 2012, Obrest led to Eagles to a 23-30 record, an eight win improvement from the 2011 campaign. Current senior Nicole D’Argento earned All-ACC First Team and NFCA All-Region First Team accolades while sophomore Andrew Filler garnered All-ACC Second Team honors under Obrest’s guidance.

OBREST FILE

Following a two-year stint as the assistant coach, Obrest was promoted to head coach of Colgate University in July 2010. The 2011 season saw the Elmwood Park, Ill., native set a school record for most wins by a first year head coach (27) as she led the Raiders to a regular-season Patriot League title with a 16-3 conference mark.

Education Bachelors – Boston College, 2007 Masters – SUNY Cortland, 2010 Playing Experience Boston College, 2004-2007

Colgate earned numerous honors under Obrest’s tutelage. Rachel LeCoq was voted the Patriot League Pitcher of the Year and a first-team all-league selection en route to being named to the Louisville Slugger/ NFCA Northeast All-Region second team. Tera Vaughan was tabbed as the 2011 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, the NCAA Division I Hardest Person to Strike Out and was another first team All-Patriot League selection. The Raiders also had four Patriot League secondteam honorees and a quartet of Academic Honor Roll selections that same year.

Coaching Experience 2011-present: Head Coach for Boston College 2010-11: Head Coach for Colgate University 2008-10: Assistant Coach for Colgate University 2007-08: Assistant Coach for Concordia University-Chicago 2007-08: Hitting and Catching Instructor at Chicago White Sox Training Academy

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SHAYNE LOTITO

SARA OLSON

Assistant Coach First Season Boston University ‘09

Assistant Coach First Season Indiana ‘11

Sara Olson joins the Eagles staff this season after spending 2012 as a student assistant coach at Indiana University. As a student assistant, Sara helped the staff with athletic training, skill training, game leadership, statistics, and video analysis.

During her four year playing career, Shayne was fourth all time at BU in career batting average (.334) and first in career stolen bases (95). Lotito finished her senior season with a career best .359 average in 57 games for the Terriers and was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Northeast Region First Team in 2009. She garnered America East First Team honors in 2006 and 2008.

With Olson’s help, the Hoosiers finished fourth in the Big Ten with an overall record of 30-25. Sara made her mark at Indiana during her four year tenure finishing fifth in career home runs at Indiana (25) and sixth in career RBI (95). Olson’s senior season was her best as she hit .331 with 8 HR and 35 RBI and carried a 1.01 ERA in six appearances. For her efforts that season, Sara earned numerous accolades and achieved many personal milestones.

Since 2009, Shayne has been dedicated to working at softball camps and training facilities as well as bring a fitness instructor at both Boston University and various local fitness centers. Lotito will work with every aspect of the program and specialize with the outfield and base running.

Named Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Midwest Region First Team. Named First Team All-Big Ten at first base. Received the Spirit of Indiana Director’s Award. Named the team’s Co-MVP. Led the Big Ten with a .667 on-base percentage and a 1.392 OPS. Reached base safely in 19 of 20 conference games.

THE LOTITO FILE: 2012 - Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant at BU, Assistant Softball Coach at Arlington High School 2011 - Fitness Instructor at BU Fitness and Rec Center 2010 - Assistant Softball Coach at Babson College

Sara has worked in numerous Indiana University softball clinics and has given private and group lessons for players/teams in the Chicago and Indiana areas since 2007. Olson majored in Recreation Sports Management and Parks and Recreation Management with a minor in Tourism Management. She is the daughter of Jeff and Anna Olson, has a brother and two sisters both of whom have or will play for the Hoosiers.

THE OLSON FILE: Present - Assistant Coach for Boston College. 2011-12 - Student Assistant Coach for Indiana University. 2007-11 - Player for Indiana University.

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COACHING STAFF

The Acton, Calif. native spent last year as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Boston University and assistant softball coach at Arlington High School. In 2010, she served as assistant softball coach and head strength and conditioning coach at Babson College.


2013 SOFTBALL AS A FRESHMAN (2010)

NICOLE D’ARGENTO

Appeared in 35 games, starting 23 … finished the season leading the team with 128 strikeouts, nine complete games and 140 innings pitched … recorded a 5-14 a 3.55 ERA on the year … registered a .250 batting clip to go along with 10 runs scored and six RBIs … threw two complete-game shutouts on Feb. 26 against Albany and on April 20 against Boston University, striking out a season-high nine and allowing two hits in both contests … went 2-for-3 with first career home run and two RBIs on Feb. 28 against Stetson.

5-7 Senior Pitcher/Infield R/R Ashland, Mass. Ashland

#13

BEFORE BC

Four-year player at Ashland High School … recorded the school’s alltime pitching record of 62-0 ... was named the Boston Globe Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 ... honored as the Massachusetts Softball Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 ... three-time league MVP in high school ... appeared in Sports Illustrated in the “Faces in the Crowd” section in 2009.

CAPTAIN

2013 EAGLES

AS A JUNIOR (2012)

NFCA All-Region First Team...All-ACC First-Team...led the ACC with five saves...ranked among the ACC leaders in 20 statistical categories, notably: sixth in batting (.340), seventh in slugging (.564), eighth in hits (53), third in total bases (88), ninth most innings pitched (153.1), ninth in batters struck out (115), eighth in strikeouts looking (29), ninth in wins (10), first in saves (5), fifth in appearances (38), second in games finished (16), first in relief outings (20) and fielding double plays (10)...in 18 starts, threw nine complete games...went 10-13, with 37 appearances, 114 strikeouts and 3.77 ERA on the year...led the Eagles with a .338 batting average, 27 runs scored, .558 slugging percentage, hits, runs, home runs (9), total bases, walks, plate appearances (180), strikeouts, starts, relief appearances and saves … homered and struck out eight batters in game one at Dartmouth (4/25) … went 4-for-10, had four RBI, three runs scored and two home runs, which were hit back-to-back, in series with Virginia (3/31-4/1) … Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

PERSONAL

Born May 13, 1991 to Russell and Jo-Anne D’Argento … has an older brother Russell ... enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a secondary education and math double major.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)

Started all 46 games … finished the season with a .267 batting average with 11 home runs, 28 RBIs, a .540 slugging percentage and 40 hits, all of which ranked third on the team and were all career highs … 11 homers ranked fourth on BC’s single-season record list … went 3-for-4 with four RBIs and a home run against Providence on April 28 … recorded a perfect 3-for-3 game with a home run and two RBIs in the 5-3 win over Dartmouth on April 27 … had two doubles and an RBI against North Carolina on April 23 … batted 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI against NC State on April 3 … went 4-for-7 with two home runs and six RBIs in two of the three games against Virginia on March 19-20 … went 4-for-9 with two home runs and three runs scored in two games against Nevada on March 4-5 at the Wolf Pack Invitational … also appeared as a pitcher in 15 games, starting five … was 3-2 on the season, finishing with a 5.56 ERA and 39 strikeouts in 45.1 innings … recorded 12 strikeouts and only four runs over 13 innings in the two-game series with Rhode Island on Feb. 26-27, tallying the victories … pitched a complete game against Stetson on April 11, allowing one earned run and striking out seven … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll. Year 2010 2011 2012 Career

Avg. .250 .267 .340 .297

Year 2010 2011 2012 Career

GP/GS 30/29 46/46 51/51 127/125

ERA 3.55 5.56 3.95 4.00

AB 64 150 156 367

W-L 5-14 3-2 10-13 18-28

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS

R 10 29 29 68

H 16 40 53 109

2B 4 8 8 20

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 1 11 9 21

RBI 6 28 31 65

SLG% .359 .540 .564 .523

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS

APP 35 15 38 88

GS 23 5 18 46

SHO 2/1 0/0 0/0 2/1

SV 1 1 5 7

8 8

IP 140.0 45.1 154.1 339.2

H 134 62 155 351

OB% .290 .343 .432 .376

R 87 50 109 246

SF 1 1 1 3

ER 71 36 87 194

SH 7 0 1 8

SB-ATT 0-0 1-3 4-7 5-10

BB 68 25 55 148

SO 128 39 115 282

FLD% .961 .978 .959 .970


2013 SOFTBALL PERSONAL

MARIA PANDOLFO

Born August 18, 1991 to John and Mary Pandolfo ... has three older sisters, Nicole, Angela and Danielle ... Angela, ‘09 and Danielle, ‘10 both played softball at BC … enrolled in the Connell School of Nursing.

5-8 Senior Outfield R/R Reading, Mass. Reading Memorial

#19 CAPTAIN

AS A JUNIOR (2012)

2013 EAGLES

Started all 16 games played in, but missed most of the season due to injuries...batted .300 (12-for-40) and slugged .425...scored five times, drove in four runs, hit a home run and stole two bases... went 1-for-2 against Virginia (G2-3/31)...hit a one-run homer in the first game of a doubleheader versus Dartmouth (3/24)...went 3-for-7 with a double in the series at Georgia Tech (3/17-18)...was a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate, doubled, drove in two runs and scored against Providence (3/10)...scored twice versus Western Kentucky (3/10)...went 2-for-6 with a run scored and a RBI in two games at Stetson (3/6-7).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)

Started 42 of 43 games … finished the season hitting .198 … had career highs in batting average, hits (21), runs (16), home runs (5), RBIs (17), total bases (42) and slugging percentage (.396) … committed only two errors for a .962 fielding percentage … hit first career triple at Virginia Tech on March 26 … went 2-for-3 against New Mexico on March 13 with a double and an RBI … slugged a home run and a double, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs, against Coastal Carolina on Feb. 26 … was 2-for-3 with a home run at Stetson on Feb. 12.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010)

Played in 44 games, starting 35 as the team’s primary center fielder … finished the season with a .173 clip, tallying three home runs and 10 runs … finished third on the team in RBIs with 14 and doubles with five … went 3-for-5 with a RBI against North Carolina on April 10 … powered the Eagles to an ACC win against Maryland on May 9, going 2-for-3 with five RBIs and a grand slam.

BEFORE BC

Four-year player at Reading Memorial High School … batted .433 with 11 home runs and 24 RBIs in senior season ... was a three-year Middlesex League All-Star ... awarded Daily Times Chronicle Player of the Year in 2009 ... stared on the high school basketball team for four years as well.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Career

Avg. .173 .198 .300 .208

GP/GS 44/35 43/42 16/16 102/93

AB 81 106 40 226

R 10 16 5 31

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS H 14 21 12 47

2B 5 4 2 11

3B 0 1 0 1

HR 3 5 1 9

9

RBI 14 17 4 35

SLG% .346 .396 .425 .385

OB% .247 .315 .349 .298

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 6 0 2 8

SB-ATT 2-3 1-3 2-3 5-9

FLD% .953 .962 1.000 .964


2013 SOFTBALL AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

RONNIE MAE AYERS

Played in 32 games, mainly as a pinch hitter, and started six … finished the year hitting .250 with five RBIs … hit first career double at Maryland on April 10 … went 1-for-2 with two RBIs against Nevada on March 11 … was a perfect 1-for1 with one RBI and two putouts against FIU on the same day.

Junior Utility R/R Duvall, Wash. Eastside Catholic

BEFORE BC

#2

A four-year varsity starter at Eastside Catholic … named team captain sophomore, junior and senior years … four-time All-Metro League Honors First Team … represented the US in China as part of the Washington Cultural Exchange program, attempting to bring awareness to softball and community activism on both international and national stage … first team to sweep China since 2001 … recognized as a top senior for the State Senior All-Star Team … received the 2011 Eastside Catholic Crusader Award, given to honor the dedication of individuals who comprise the foundation of Eastside Catholic School … also played volleyball and basketball.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)

Played in 21 games, started eight...batted .182 (4-for-22) on the year, with one run scored and one run driven in...had an on-base percentage o .357...fielded 1.000 in 13 attempts...went 1-for-1 against Providence (3/10)...was 2-for-2 with an RBI against Charlotte (2/26)...went 1-for-2 versus Morgan State (2/24).

PERSONAL

Born June 29, 1992 to Ronald and Catherine Ayers … has a sister, Stephanie … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2011

.250

32/6

32

7

8

1

0

0

5

.281

.316

2

1

1-1

.900

2012

.182

21/8

22

1

4

0

0

0

1

.182

.357

0

0

0-0

1.000

Career

.222

53/14

54

8

12

1

0

0

6

.241

.333

2

1

1-1

.957

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

ALANA DIMASO

Played in 37 games, started 35 … finished with a .267 batting clip … had eight doubles and 11 RBIs with a .429 slugging percentage … went a perfect 3-for-3 with three RBIs and two stolen bases against Boston University on May 5 … batted 2-for-3 and scored a run against Bryant on April 29 … had a double on 3-for-4 hitting, scoring two runs, against Nevada on March 11 … knocked in five runs, with two homers on a 2-for-3 day against Nevada on March 5 … hit first career home run, a two-run shot, on Feb. 25 against Costal Carolina … went a perfect 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs against Michigan State on Feb. 12.

Junior UT R/R Holmdel, N.J. Red Bank Catholic

#17

BEFORE BC

Captain at Red Bank Catholic … led the Caseys to back-to-back state championships in 2008 and 2009 … won the Shore Conference Championship as senior … became the first team to ever capture three consecutive Monmouth County Tournament Championships, doing so from 2008-2010 … named to All-State team as a sophomore and a junior … received All-Shore honors for junior and senior seasons … set a Red Bank Catholic record for most double plays turned … distinguished as an honor roll student throughout time at Red Bank … also won the state championship as part of the tennis team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)

Played in 42 games with 29 starts, usually in the outfield...batted .122 (9-for-72) on the year...four of nine hits were doubles...drove in three runs...had a .964 fielding percentage, with 46 put outs... scored at Florida State (4/20)...went 1-for-2 with a double and scored twice in game two against Virginia Tech (4/14)...scored two runs and drove in a pair, in a .250 outing in the series at NC State (4/6-7)...scored in game one against Dartmouth (3/24)...went 1-for3 with a run scored against Miami Ohio (3/2)...had a RBI against Towson (2/25)...scored at Charlotte (2/24)...hit a double in only atbat versus Morgan State (2/24)...went 1-for-3 and scored at Florida Gulf Coast (2/18)..had a hits in first two games of season.

PERSONAL

Born May 19, 1992 … daughter of Gerald and Serena … has three brothers, Jerry, Matt and Nick … currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2011

.267

37/32

105

16

28

8

0

3

11

.429

.336

0

2

3-6

.897

2012

.122

42/29

74

10

9

4

0

0

3

.176

.188

0

1

0-0

.964

Career

.207

79/64

179

26

37

12

0

3

14

.324

.276

0

3

3-6

.916

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2013 SOFTBALL AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

NICOLE KOSZOWSKI

Played in 24 games, mainly as a pinch runner … scored seven runs … earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Junior Outfield R/R Mountainside, N.J. Governor Livingston

BEFORE BC

Co-captain as a senior for Governor Livingston High School … New Jersey State Champions as a freshman and senior… Varsity Gold Letter Award four consecutive seasons … named to the Mountain Valley Conference First Team as a sophomore, junior and senior … MVC Second Team as a freshman … named Courier News Freshman of the Year … named all-area first team as a junior … named the Star Ledger’s Player to Watch as a junior … National Mathematics Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Athletic Honor Society and National Honor Society member … earned the Scott Hazelcorn Children’s Foundation Award for academic excellence and community service … named the Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference 20092010 Scholar Athlete Award for Governor Livingston … received the President Obama Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence in 2010 … also played varsity soccer.

#3 AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)

Saw action in 34 games, with one start...scored six runs...stole three bases...had two put outs in two chances...stole a base against Maryland (G1-4/28)...stole a base and scored versus BU (4/26)... scored in the second game of a doubleheader at Dartmouth (4/24)...swiped a base against UMass (4/4)...scored in game two versus Dartmouth (3/24)...crossed home in game two at Georgia Tech (3/17)...touched home versus Towson (2/25)...scored against Tennessee-Martin (2/19)...Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

PERSONAL

Born April 17, 1992 to Edward and Janice Koszowski … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2011

.000

24/0

0

7

0

0

0

0

0

.000

.000

0

0

0-0

.875

2012

.000

34/1

11

6

0

0

0

0

0

.000

.083

0

0

3-4

1.000

Career

.000

58/1

11

13

0

0

0

0

0

.000

.083

0

0

4-7

1.000

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

MEGAN SCANLON

Appeared in two games.

Junior Catcher R/R Lawrenceville, N.J. The Hun School of Princeton

BEFORE BC

Two-time captain for the Hun School of Princeton … named to the Star Ledger All-State Prep First Team as a junior and senior … named to the Middle Atlantic Prep League First Team as a junior and senior … MVP as a junior … received the Coach’s Award as a sophomore … received Iron Woman Award all four years of high school … received the John R. Scott Memorial Award for excellence in athletics, school spirit and team leadership … earned high honors freshman, sophomore and junior year … a Peer Leader as a senior … played varsity field hockey first two years of high school.

#42 AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)

PERSONAL

Started two of seven games played in...scored twice...had a .917 fielding percentage with 10 put outs and one assist...started in both games of a doubleheader against Virginia Tech (4/14), but did not bat...drew a walk at NC State (4/7)...walked and scored against Providence (3/10)...was hit by a pitch and scored versus Morgan State (2/25).

Born July 1, 1992 to Brian and Diane Scanlon … has a brother, Brian … enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2011

.000

2/0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

.000

0

0

0-0

.000

2012

.000

7/2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

.000

1.000

0

0

0-0

.917

Career

.000

9/2

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

.000

.600

0

0

0-0

.917

11

2013 EAGLES

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS


2013 SOFTBALL runs (11) ... named the ACC Freshman of the Year, the first in BC program history ... also earned ECAC All-Star status ... established freshman home run record ... graced BC’s single-single record lists four times, including home runs (fourth), RBIs (fifth), slugging percentage (sixth), on-base percentage (.416 - tied 10th) ... ranked in the top three of six categories in conference play (batting average -.400, slugging percentage - .492, RBIs - 19, home runs - 7 and total bases - 48) ... registered first collegiate hit against Stetson on Feb. 11 ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and the All-ACC Academic Team.

TORY SPEER

Junior Outfield R/R Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Mission Viejo

#25

BEFORE BC

Named Mission Viejo Offensive MVP as a freshman, junior and senior ... named to the All-South Coast League First Team as a freshman, junior and senior ... named Second-Team All-Orange County junior and senior years ... earned South Coast League MVP honors as a junior and senior ... honored as the Mission Viejo High School Female Scholar-Athlete Award ... first number to be retired by MVHS softball team, (No. 25) ... hit 24 home runs at MVHS and finished career with batting average over .350.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012)

2013 EAGLES

Started all 52 games...batted .197 (24-for-122), slugged .311 and had an on-base percentage of .305...registered a .980 fielding percentage with 44 put outs and six assists...hit three home runs... posted 19 RBI...scored 17 runs...stole two bases... amassed five RBI with a 2-for-3 showing that included a home run in game two versus Dartmouth (3/24)... went 2-for-3 with a RBI versus Hampton (3/2)... hit a home run and double for three RBI and two runs scored against Tennessee-Martin (2/19)...Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

PERSONAL

Born August 12, 1992 to Ken Speer and the late Katy Speer ... has a sibling, Jordan ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

Started all 46 games ... led the team in hitting (.326), hits (43) and RBIs (37), while finishing second in slugging (.644) and home

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2011

.326

46/46

132

24

43

7

1

11

37

.644

.416

1

1

2-2

.961

2012

.197

52/52

122

17

24

5

0

3

19

.311

.305

0

3

2-3

.980

Career

.264

98/98

254

41

67

12

1

14

56

.484

.363

1

4

4-5

.971

2-for-4 versus BU (4/26) with and RBI and stolen base...drove in two runs and scored in a 1-for-3 outing at Dartmouth (G2-4/25)...scored in game two after going 2-for-3 against Virginia Tech (4/14)... drove in one run, stole a base and scored once in game two against Virginia (3/31)...drew three walks in game two at Georgia Tech (3/17)...went 2-for-3, scored twice and had a RBI against Providence (3/10)...went 2-for-3 with a dobule versus Western Kentucky (3/10)...stole two bases and scored twice against Bethune-Cookman (3/9)...singled against Loyola Marymount (3/4)...hit first career home run in a 2-for-4 performance at USF (3/3).

CJ CHIRICHIGNO Sophomore Infielder R/R Costa Mesa, Calif. Mater Dei

#12

BEFORE BC

Four-year infielder at Mater Dei High School under head coach Doug Myers … named team captain junior and senior year … tallied a .400 on-base percentage and a .500 slugging percentage as a junior … named all-league first team in 2010 and 2009 … team won the Trinity League in 2010 and 2009 … earned Santiago Tournament MVP honors in 2010 and Foothill All-Tournament player in 2009 … injured shoulder senior season and played mostly as a base runner … three-year scholar-athlete … part of the campus ministry, Red Cross club and Pacific Life Good Guys … also played soccer.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012)

Started all 51 games played in, mostly at third base...batted .224 (26-for-116), with 10 RBI, two home runs and scored 13 runs... second on the team with 13 stolen bases, going 13-for-16...second on the squad with seven sac bunts and hit-by-pitches...fifth on the team with .348 on-base percentage and 15 walks...had a .939 fielding percentage in the hot corner...score the game-winning run with a homer, going 2-for-3 against ACC Pitcher of the Year Lori Spingola (G2-5/5), as BC defeated UNC for the second time in school history...stole a base against Maryland (G1-4/28)...went

PERSONAL

Born Dec. 21, 1992 to Walter and Babette Chirichigno … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2012

.237

52/52

118

13

28

4

0

2

10

.322

.366

0

7

13-16

.940

Career

.237

52/52

118

13

28

4

0

2

10

.322

.366

0

7

13-16

.940

12 12


2013 SOFTBALL BEFORE BC

CHELSEA DIMON

Four-year starter for Notre Dame High School under head coach Artie Kearns … Led the Colonial Valley Conference (CVC) in strikeouts per game and winning percentage freshman through junior year … team tallied over 20 wins per year 2007-2010 … threw a perfect game in 2010 … tallied a .493 batting average as a senior, a .453 batting average as a junior and a .400 clip as a sophomore … joined the 100 hit club senior year…team captain as a junior and senior … earned team MVP honors sophomore and junior year… earned coaches award senior year … named CVC Player of the Year and New Jersey All-State Second Team in 2010 and 2011 … received All-South Jersey and New Jersey Non-Public first-team accolades in 2010 and second team in 2011, 2009 and 2008 … earned all-area first-team honors as a senior and junior, second-team honors as a sophomore and freshman … Four-time All-CVC First-team selection … named to the Carpenter Cup All-Star Team in 2010 and 2009… Trenton Softball Hall of Fame scholarship winner for 2011 … team was the South Jersey Parochial State runners-up and the conference champions twice … a high honor roll student all four years of high school … member of National Honor Society and Latin National Honor Society … earned the President’s Volunteer Service Award senior and junior year …Mercer County Community Service Achievement Award senior year…Senior Most Athletic award… also played basketball for four years, earning Most Improved Player as a junior.

Sophomore Pitcher/First Base L/R Florence, N.J. Notre Dame

#10 AS A FRESHMAN (2012)

PERSONAL

Born Jan. 19, 1993 to Mark and Dawn Dimon … has an older sister, Ashley, who plays softball at Syracuse and a younger brother, Jonathan … enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2012

.209

35/22

67

9

14

1

1

1

10

.299

.293

0

2

0-0

1.000

Career

.209

35/22

67

9

14

1

1

1

10

.299

.293

0

2

0-0

1.000

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS Year

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2012

6.94

1-1

6

2

0/0

0

17.2

16

17

16

15

8

Career

6.94

1-1

6

2

0/0

0

17.2

16

17

16

15

8

13

2013 EAGLES

Played in 35 games and made 22 starts, 18 at first base...batted .209, with three extra-base hits and 10 runs batted in...had a perfect fielding percentage with 104 put outs and 12 assists...scored in game one and singled in game two against Virginia Tech (4/14)... recorded two RBI and two hits at NC State (4/6-7), and threw a season-high five strike outs n game two...had a hit and run against Virginia (3/31)...went 2-for-2 with three runs scored and two RBI in the second game of a doubleheader versus Dartmouth (3/24)... recorded two hits in the series at Georgia Tech (3/17-18)...drove in two runs with a double and scored twice against Providence (3/10)...drove in one run at Florida Atlantic (3/9)...tripled with a RBI against Bethune-Cookman (3/9)...hit a two-run homer at Stetson (3/7)...Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.


2013 SOFTBALL doubleheader (4/14)...went 3-for-8 and scored a run at NC State... went 2-for-4 and drove in two runs at UMass (4/4)...went a perfect 3-for-3, with a home run, double and three runs scored in game two against Virginia (3/31)...went 2-for-3, with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored in the second game against Dartmouth (3/24)... doubled and scored three times against Morgan State (2/25)...went 2-for-3 with a RBI versus Towson (2/25)...hit first career home run at Charlotte (2/26), going 1-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBI... drove in first run versus St. Louis (2/18)...had hit in first collegiate game, Delaware (2/17)...Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

ANDREA FILLER Sophomore Shortstop R/R Fort Wayne, Ind. Bishop Dwenger

#9

BEFORE BC

Played softball at Bishop Dwenger High School in Indiana, the 2010 state champions … earned all-state honors in 2010 … led the state in batting in 2010 with a .703 clip … also led the state in home runs with 12 … recorded 11 triples and 16 doubles in the same season … named first-team all-conference in 2009 and 2010 .. the 2010 MVP and captain … inducted into the National Softball Assocation (NSA) Hall of Fame … a four-time NSA champion … team finished fourth at the American Softball Association (ASA) Nationals in 2009 … earned the Mother Theresa Award for service … a Bishop Dwenger ambassador and peer mediator … four-year honor roll student … also played basketball, earning first-team all-conference honors in 2009.

2013 EAGLES

AS A FRESHMAN (2012)

All-ACC Second Team...started 44 of 45 games at second base... ranked ninth in the ACC for slugging percentage (.546)...batting average of .300 was third highest on team....391 on-base percentage was fourth highest...26 runs scored was second most for BC...39 hits were fourth most on squad...led the team with nine doubles and was second with seven home runs...had a .965 fielding percentage, with 92 put outs and 73 assists...posted 10 multiple hit games and six multi-RBI games...hitting streak of eight games was second longest on team...reached base in 13 consecutive games, second longest stretch for BC...doubled and drove in a run at ACC Tournament versus North Carolina (5/10)... hit a two-run homer in 2-for-4 showing against BU (4/26)...had a double, stole two bases and scored two runs in a 3-for-8 day at Dartmouth (4/25)...scored at Florida State (4/20)...blasted two home runs for three RBI in a 4-for-4 performance in game three against Virginia Tech (4/15), following a 3-for-6, two-run, four-RBI, home run showing in the

PERSONAL

Born Feb. 8, 1993 to Dan and Judy Filler … has a twin, Daniel, and younger brothers, Michael and Jonny … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS Year

Avg.

GP/GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SLG%

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

FLD%

2012

.300

51/45

130

26

39

9

1

7

19

.546

.391

1

2

6-11

.965

Career

.300

51/45

130

26

39

9

1

7

19

.546

.391

1

2

6-11

.965

ANNIE SOMMERS

MEGAN COOLEY

#5

#11

Sophomore Outfield R/R Pasadena, Calif. Maranatha

Freshman Outfielder Mill Creek, Wash. Henry M. Jackson

AS A FRESHMAN (2012)

BEFORE BC

Did not compete in any games.

Four year letter winner ... captain and MVP senior year… First Team All-Western Conference, Everett Herald All Area Team senior and junior year… Everett Herald All Area Player of the Year Nominee senior year … conference and district champions junior year … third place in the Washington State 4A Championships … 2010 ADIDAS Top 100 National Recruit … 2011 Everett School District Scholar Athlete Award … 2012 Everett School District Walsh-Platt Finalist for Female Athlete of the Year … 2011-12 Western Athletic Conference Academic Excellence Award.

BEFORE BC

Team captain as a senior at Maranatha High School under head coach Scott Sommers … earned all-league, all-area and All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) honors junior season … batted .505 with 41 runs that year … tallied a .500 batting clip and 37 runs as a sophomore and .463 average and 25 runs as a freshman … team advanced to the state finals in 2009 and the quarterfinals in 2010 … did not play senior year due to injury … earned ScholarAthlete status … also played varsity soccer and earned all-league and team captain honors … played volleyball as well.

PERSONAL

Born June 1, 1994 … daughter of Steve and Kathy Cooley … has a sister, Maddie (14) … enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

PERSONAL

Born Feb. 22, 1993 to Scott and Lisa Sommers … has two sisters, Rachel and Caroline … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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2013 SOFTBALL

JESSIE DAULTON

STEPHANIE LORD

#7

#18

Freshman Infielder R/R Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Santa Margarita Catholic

Freshman Pitcher Agoura, Calif. Agoura

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Played shortstop and third base for Santa Margarita all four years … defensive player of the year in 2010 and 2012 … named captain senior year … First Team All-Trinity League 2010-12 … Second Team All-Trinity League 2009 … CIF Southern California Division 1 Champions in 2010 … Offensive Player of the Year in Soccer for 2009-10 … Scholar Athlete Aware 2009-12.

2009-10 Second Team All-Marmonte League … 2011-12 First Team All-Marmonte League … 2011-12 captain … 2012 High School MVP.

PERSONAL

Born June 23, 1994 … daughter of David and Tracey Lord … has two siblings: Taylor (21) and Allie (20) … enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

PERSONAL

2013 EAGLES

Born August 12, 1994 … daughter of James and Jeannie Daulton … has two brothers, Jake (21) and Josh (19) … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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2013 SOFTBALL

EAGLES

HISTORY

CARA BLUMFIELD 16 16


2013 SOFTBALL

2012 Boston College Softball Statistics Summary for Boston College (as of Jan 24, 2013) (All games) RESULTS & OVERALL STATISTICS

2012 BOSTON COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Record: 23-30 Date Opponent

vs Delaware vs Saint Louis vs Binghamton at FGCU vs Tennessee-Martin vs Morgan State at Charlotte vs Towson vs Morgan State vs Charlotte vs Hampton vs Miami Ohio vs Central Arkansas vs USF vs Loyola Marymount at Stetson at Stetson vs BETHUNE-COOKMAN at Florida Atlantic vs Western Kentucky vs Providence College vs Minnesota at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Boston University DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTH VIRGINIA VIRGINIA VIRGINIA at Massachusetts at NC State at NC State at NC State VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH MASSACHUSETTS at #22 Florida State at #22 Florida State at #21 Florida State at Dartmouth at Dartmouth BOSTON UNIVERSITY MARYLAND MARYLAND MARYLAND at Providence College #20 NORTH CAROLINA #20 NORTH CAROLINA #20 NORTH CAROLINA at #21 North Carolina

W W L W W W W W W L W W L L W L W W L W W W L L L L W W L W L L L L L W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L W L L

Away: 5-15

Score

Player

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

13 Nicole D'Argento 5 Brittany Wilkins 9 Andrea Filler 7 Ali Lynette-Krech 8 Chelsea LoBue 21 Rene Delagram 12 CJ Chirichigno 25 Tory Speer 17 Alana DiMaso -------------------19 Maria Pandolfo 10 Chelsea Dimon 2 Ronnie Mae Ayer 16 Bree Tanke 18 Lizzy Ploen 3 Nicole Koszowski 4 Amanda Horowit 42 Meg Scanlon 1 Morgan Kidd

Neutral: 13-4

avg gp-gs 51-51 51-51 51-45 50-50 46-44 53-53 52-52 52-52 42-29

.340 .321 .300 .293 .267 .250 .237 .197 .122

.300 .209 .182 .167 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000

16-16 35-22 21-8 22-10 14-7 34-1 29-17 7-2 25-17

ACC: 3-18

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb hbp

so sb-att

156 134 130 123 116 160 118 122 74

29 21 26 19 17 22 13 17 10

53 43 39 36 31 40 28 24 9

8 7 9 7 8 2 4 5 4

0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0

9 6 7 1 4 1 2 3 0

31 27 19 20 23 3 10 19 3

22 14 19 23 8 5 17 18 6

4 17 1 2 4 2 7 1 0

22 4-7 28 2-3 41 6-11 27 5-8 38 4-5 12 14-14 28 13-16 23 2-3 20 0-0

40 67 22 24 6 11 0 0 0

5 9 1 1 0 6 0 2 0

12 14 4 4 1 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 10 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

1 7 2 2 0 1 0 2 0

2 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0

Totals

.259

53

1303

198

338

57

6

35

173

147

46

Opponents

.261

53

1309

243

341

63

7

42

217

190

73

7 18 9 11 2 8 0 0 0

2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 294 55-74 230 47-66

LOB - Team (328), Opp (362). DPs turned - Team (17), Opp (15). IBB - Team (2), B. Wilkins 1, T. Speer 1, Opp (1). Picked off - R. Delagramm 1, A. DiMaso 1. Player

1 Morgan Kidd 13 Nicole D'Argento 4 Amanda Horowit 10 Chelsea Dimon

era

w-l

3.01 4-7 3.95 10-13 4.93 8-9 6.34 1-1

app gs cg sh sv

24 16 38 18 29 17 6 2

2 9 5 0

1 0 1 0

2 5 0 0

r

er

72.0 61 34 154.1 155 109 93.2 109 83 17.2 16 17

ip

h

31 87 66 16

bb

so

68 49 55 115 52 58 15 8

Totals

4.15

23-30

53

53

16

3

7

337.2

341

243

200

190

230

Opponents

3.60

30-23

53

53

35

8

1

338.2

338

198

174

147

294

PB - Team (5), B. Wilkins 4, M. Scanlon 1, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (1), B. Wilkins 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - B. Wilkins (45-63), N. D'Argento (20-27), M. Kidd (12-19), A. Horowitz (15-19), M. Scanlon (2-3), C. Dimon (0-1). Score by innings Boston College Opponents

1 36 39

2 35 23

3 32 42

4 30 42

5 35 44

6 20 37

7 9 16

8 1 0

Total 198 243

Win-loss breakouts: Day 22-29; Night 1-1; vs Left 2-0; vs Right 21-30; 1-run games 8-4; 2-run games 2-4; 5+run games 8-14; Extra inns 1-1; Shutouts 3-8. Current streak: Lost 2; Longest winning streak: 6; Longest losing streak: 6. Attendance: Home 2639 (avg 164); Away 5722 (avg 154); Total 8361 (avg 157).

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2012 STATISTICS

2/17 2/18 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/26 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 *3/17 *3/17 *3/18 3/22 3/24 3/24 *3/31 *3/31 *4/1 4/4 *4/6 *4/6 *4/7 *4/14 *4/14 *4/15 4/18 *4/20 *4/21 *4/22 4/25 4/25 4/26 *4/28 *4/28 *4/29 5/2 *5/5 *5/5 *5/6 5/10

Home: 5-11


2013 SOFTBALL NFCA ALL-AMERICA Cara Blumfield

2002

NFCA ALL-REGION FIRST TEAM Nicole D’Argento NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT Elena Ferrero (Tucson, Ariz.)

2012

2003

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER/ NFCA ALL-REGIONAL Selected by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Renee Ramos 2008 Jenna Macchi 2006, 2007 Erin Mackey 2003 Kim Ryan 2003

HONOR ROLL

SECOND TEAM Britney Thompson Renee Ramos

2007 2010

ACC HONORS ALL-ACC First Team Nicole D’Argento Tory Speer Renee Ramos Second Team Andrea Filler Britney Thompson Jenna Macchi Renee Ramos

2012 2011 2010

2012 2007 2006, 2007 2008

ACC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Tory Speer

2011

ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jenna Macchi Rene Delagrammaticas

2006 2008

ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Tory Speer May 10, 2011 Tory Speer March 22, 2011 Gemma Ypparila May 5, 2008 Ashley Obrest April 24, 2006

BIG EAST HONORS BIG EAST PITCHER OF THE YEAR Kim Ryan

2003

BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Jen Finley Boston College (staff)

1998 2003

ALL-BIG EAST First-Team Jen Asbury Alexis Beckman Mary Dietz Lisa Fischer Erin Mackey Angela Macsenti Deb Nasitka Julie Obear Kim Ryan 2000, 2003 Roseann Sheehan Chris Vicari

2001 1996, 1997 1997, 1998, 1999 2003 2003 1994 1995, 1997 1995 1992 1998, 2000

Second-Team Alexis Beckman Cara Blumfield Lauren Fischetti Jacqui Goodchild Summer Jarratt Tekae Malandris Jennifer Murray Deb Nasitka Ashley Obrest Jennifer Perrotta Laura Thompson

1995 2002 1998, 2000 2002, 2003 1999 2002, 2003 1999 1996 2005 1998 1997

Third-Team Kimmy Hopkin Tekae Malandris Britney Thompson

2005 2004 2004

BIG EAST CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Alexis Beckman Mary Dietz Jennifer Perrotta Kim Ryan 2000 BIG EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Cristin Brown Mary Dietz Jacqui Goodchild Summer Jarratt Tekae Malandris Jennifer Perrotta Kim Ryan 2000

18 18

1994 1997 1998

1997 1997 2001 1998 2001 1998

BIG EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (only selected in 1990) Stephanie Nardone 1990 Agnes Veloria 1990 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER Mary Dietz Chris Vicari

1997 1998

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Kelly Cross April 11, 1994 Cara Blumfield May 7, 2001 Cara Blumfield Feb. 25, 2002 Cara Blumfield March 18, 2002 Cara Blumfield March 24, 2003 Cara Blumfield April 1, 2003 Lisa Fischer Feb. 17, 2003 Erin Mackey April 14, 2003 Erin Mackey May 5, 2003 Jenna Macchi April 11, 2004 Deb Nasitka April 15, 1996 Deb Nasitka March 17, 1997 Julie Obear April 10, 1995 Laura Thompson March 25, 1996 BIG EAST PITCHER OF THE WEEK Alexis Beckman April 17, 1995 Lauren Fischetti April 20, 1998 Mary Dietz March 17, 1997 Mary Dietz March 24, 1997 Mary Dietz April 14, 1997 Mary Dietz April 6, 1998 Mary Dietz April 27, 1998 Mary Dietz March 22, 1999 Mary Dietz April 12, 1999 Mary Dietz May 3, 1999 Tekae Malandris April 8, 2002 Tekae Malandris May 5, 2003 Laura Thompson April 26, 2004 Kim Ryan April 15, 2002 Kim Ryan April 1, 2003 Kim Ryan April 14, 2003 Kim Ryan April 21, 2003 Kim Ryan April 28, 2003 Britney Thompson May 9, 2005 Liz Walker May 1, 1995 Liz Walker April 15, 1996 BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Cristin Brown April 7, 1997 Jennifer Perrotta April 6, 1998 Kim Ryan April 10, 2000 Kim Ryan April 17, 2000


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BOSTON COLLEGE SOFTBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Record (Conference)

Head Coach

1984

5-15

Sue Tougas

1985

19-11

Nancy McGuire

1986

17-16

Nancy McGuire

1987

16-17

Nancy McGuire

1988

25-11

Nancy McGuire

1989

23-12-1

Nancy McGuire

1990

26-17-1

Nancy McGuire

1991

26-14

Nancy McGuire

1992

15-19 (3-4 Big East)

Nancy McGuire

1993

15-21 (7-9 Big East)

Nancy McGuire

1994

26-21 (7-9 Big East)

Nancy McGuire

1995

29-23 (13-7 Big East)

Nancy McGuire (237-182-2, 39-40 Big East)

1996

28-21 (9-11 Big East)

Jen Finley

1997

36-13 (11-5 Big East)

Jen Finley

1998

38-14-1 (13-3-1 Big East)

Jen Finley

1999

27-20 (11-5 Big East)

Jen Finley

2000

20-25 (9-7 Big East)

Jen Finley

2001

31-24 (7-13 Big East)

Jen Finley

2002

26-26 (11-9 Big East)

Jen Finley

2003

35-22 (14-5 Big East)

Jen Finley

2004

33-25 (11-9 Big East)

Jen Finley

2005

20-25 (6-10 Big East)

Jen Finley (294-215-1, 102-77-1 Big East)

2006

22-26 (6-15 ACC)

Jen Finley

2007

15-31 (5-16 ACC)

Jen Finley

2008

32-31 (7-14 ACC)

Jen Finley

2009

18-33 (3-15 ACC)

Jen Finley

2010

16-33 (2-18 ACC)

Jen Finley

2011

15-31 (5-14 ACC)

Jen Finley (118-185, 28-92 ACC) (412-400-1, 130-169 conf.)

2012

23-30 (3-18 ACC)

Ashley Obrest

Overall 677-527-3

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

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Team Single-Season SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE Avg. H-AB 1. .280 398-1419 2. .278 368-1326 3. .273 337-1234 4. .271 396-1460 5. .269 397-1474 6. .268 330-1230 6. .268 377-1409 6. .268 341-1274 9. .259 331-1277 10. .249 306-1229

RECORD BOOK

HITS

H 1. 398 2. 397 3. 396 4. 377 5. 368 6. 365 7. 349 8. 341 9. 337 10. 331

AB 1419 1474 1460 1409 1326 1607 1527 1274 1234 1277

AT-BATS AB 1. 1607 2. 1527 3. 1474 4. 1460 5. 1419 6. 1409 7. 1327 8. 1326 9. 1297 10. 1277

GP 63 58 55 57 52 53 51 49 47 52

GP 52 55 57 53 49 63 58 49 48 52 Year 2008 2004 2001 2003 1995 1998 2009 1996 1994 2012

RUNS BATTED IN RBI GP 1. 195 48 2. 187 57 2. 187 55 4. 186 46 5. 179 63 6. 176 58 6. 176 53 8. 171 52 9. 170 52 10. 157 49 10. 157 49

Year 2006 2003 2001 2011 2008 2004 1998 1995 2012 1997 1996

RUNS SCORED Runs GP 1. 231 53 2. 214 46 2. 214 48 2. 214 55 5. 211 52 6. 204 63 7. 201 57 8. 199 58 9. 197 47 10. 194 52

Year 1998 2011 2006 2001 1995 2008 2003 2004 1994 2012

GP 52 49 48 57 55 47 53 49 52 46

Year 1995 1996 2006 2003 2001 1999 1998 1997 2012 2011

Year 1995 2001 2003 1998 1996 2008 2004 1997 2006 2012

DOUBLES 2B 1. 71 2. 68 2. 68 4. 66 5. 63 6. 62 7. 58 8. 56 9. 55 9. 55

GP 49 46 52 52 57 48 45 49 55 53

Year 1996 2011 2002 1995 2003 2006 2005 1997 2001 1998

TRIPLES 3B 1. 18 2. 14 3. 11 4. 9 4. 9 4. 9 7. 7 7. 7 7. 7 10. 6

GP 52 47 55 63 58 49 57 53 34 52

Year 1995 1994 2001 2008 2004 1996 2003 1998 1992 2012

HOME RUNS HR GP 1. 57 46 2. 44 57 3. 42 44 4. 36 48 5. 35 52 5. 35 63 7. 33 51 8. 31 49 9. 28 45 10. 25 55

Year 2011 2003 2007 2006 2012 2008 2009 2010 2005 2001

TOTAL BASES TB GP 1. 605 57 2. 549 46 2. 549 55 4. 540 63 5. 530 52 6. 515 53 7. 509 48 8. 502 52 8. 502 49 10. 488 58

Year 2003 2011 2001 2008 1995 1998 2006 2012 1996 2004

BC SOFTBALL ON-BASE PERCENTAGE OB% AB GP 1. .360 1234 48 2. .351 1277 52 3. .339 1460 57 4. .337 1229 46 5. .336 1474 55 6. .332 1409 53 7. .325 1326 49 8. .326 1159 44 9. .322 1230 47 10. .299 1223 49

WALKS BB 1. 155 2. 148 3. 142 4. 139 5. 137 6. 136 7. 135 8. 132 8. 132 10. 116

AB 1327 1607 1277 1234 1474 1229 1409 1527 1460 1200

GP 51 63 52 48 55 46 53 58 57 45

STOLEN BASES SB-SBA 1. 73-80 (.913) 2. 55-74 (.743) 3. 47-58 (.810) 4. 35-49 (.714) 5. 33-51 (.647) 6. 31-45 (.689) 7. 27-32 (.844) 7. 27-41 (.659) 9. 26-30 (.867) 9. 26-34 (.765)

GP 53 52 55 52 63 51 49 58 52 45

Year 1998 2012 2001 2002 2008 2009 1997 2004 1995 2005

SACRIFICE HITS SAC SF 1. 68 24 2. 62 6 3. 60 7 3. 60 9 5. 58 13 6. 54 5 6. 54 4 8. 51 1 9. 44 6

SH 44 56 52 51 45 49 50 50 38

Year 1998 1995 2002 2001 2003 1996 2009 2010 2012

INNINGS PLAYED Inn. GP 1. 431.1 53 2. 421.1 63 3. 403.2 58 4. 399.0 53 5. 381.2 57 6. 378.0 55 7. 352.1 51 8. 343.2 52 9. 332.0 49 10. 331.2 52

Year 1998 2008 2004 1995 2003 2001 2009 2002 1996 2012

FIELDING PERCENTAGE FLD% PO A 1. .975 973 483 2. .973 894 335 3. .972 1145 374 4. .967 942 425 4. .967 935 433 6. .964 860 413 6. .964 1057 475 8. .962 991 392 9. .961 1134 452 10. .960 916 386 10. .960 1032 393 10. .960 1083 364

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE SLG% AB GP Year 1. .447 1229 46 2011 2. .414 1460 57 2003 3. .412 1234 48 2006 3. .412 1159 44 2007 5. .379 1326 49 1996 6. .374 1419 52 1995 7. .372 1292 52 2002 7. .372 1474 55 2001 9. .351 1277 52 2012 Year 2009 2008 2012 2006 2001 2011 1998 2004 2003 2005

E 37 34 43 46 60 48 58 53 65 54 60 61

EARNED RUN AVERAGE ERA R ER Inn. 1. 1.36 93 45 232.1 2. 1.47 143 84 399.0 3. 1.48 84 69 326.2 4. 1.62 116 100 431.1 5. 1.65 133 89 378.0 6. 3.82 228 173 316.2 7. 4.40 258 195 310.0

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WINS W-L 1. 38-14 2. 36-13 3. 35-22 4. 33-25 5. 32-31 6. 31-24 7. 29-23 8. 28-21 9. 27-20 10. 26-26 10. 26-21 10. 26-14 10. 26-17-1

Year 2006 2012 2003 2011 2001 1998 1996 2007 1999 2010

GP 49 45 57 48 47 44 51 52 55 45 52 53

GP 34 52 49 53 55 49 46

SAVES Saves 1. 9 2. 7 2. 7 4. 5 5. 4 5. 4 5. 4 5. 4 9. 3

Year 1997 2000 2003 2006 1999 2007 2009 2012 2001 2005 2002 1998

Year 1992 1995 1997 1998 2001 2010 2011

GP 53 49 57 58 63 55 52 49 47 52 47 40 42

Year 1998 1997 2003 2004 2008 2001 1995 1996 1999 2002 1994 1991 1990

GP 53 52 48 49 44 45 58 57 49

Year 1998 2012 2006 1997 2011 2005 2004 2003 2010

STRIKEOUTS Ks GP 1. 495 57 2. 341 58 3. 367 55 4. 328 53 5. 324 52 6. 287 47 7 241 51 8. 233 45 9. 228 52 10. 202 49

Year 2003 2004 2001 1998 2002 1999 2009 2000 2012 2010

COMPLETE GAMES CG GP 1. 45 47 2. 39 52 3. 38 49 4. 34 53 5. 32 63 6. 31 49 7. 31 36 7. 31 34 9. 16 52 10. 14 49

Year 1994 1995 1996 1998 2008 1997 1993 1992 2012 2010

SHUTOUTS SHO 1. 21 1. 21 3. 16 4. 15 4. 15 6. 14 7. 5 8. 3 9. 1

Year 2003 1997 2002 1998 2001 1996 2010 2012 2011

GP 57 49 52 53 55 49 49 52 46

BATTERS’ AVERAGE B/Avg. BF GP 1. .204 1399 57 2. .206 898 34 3. .210 1384 55 4. .217 1251 52 5. .231 1258 49 5. .231 1268 49 7. .233 1139 36 8. .258 1281 52 9. .309 1285 46

Year 2003 1992 2001 2002 2010 1997 1993 2012 2011


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HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 7. 7.

H-AB Name 62-185 Jacqui Goodchild 61-157 Cara Blumfield 61-161 Jenna Macchi 58-153 Alexis Beckman 58-170 Renee Ramos 57-128 Cara Blumfield 56-190 Jacqui Goodchild 56-153 Erin Mackey 56-150 Summer Jarratt 56-147 Liz Walker

Year 2001 2001 2006 1996 2008 2002 2003 2003 1999 1996

GP 55 55 48 49 63 52 57 53 47 49

AT-BATS AB Name Year 2008 1. 201 Taylor Peyton 2. 192 Jacqui Goodchild 2004 2003 3. 190 Jacqui Goodchild 4. 185 Jacqui Goodchild 2001 2008 4. 185 Dani Weir 6. 179 Amy Tunstall 2008 7. 178 Amanda Booth 2008 8. 176 Rene Delagrammaticas, Fr. 2008 9. 173 Rene Delagrammaticas, So. 2009 9. 173 Carley McNary 2008

GP 63 58 57 55 63 61 63 63 51 63

GAMES STARTED GS Name Year 1. 63 Renee Ramos 2008 2008 1. 63 Taylor Peyton 1. 63 Amanda Booth 2008 1. 63 Dani Weir 2008 5. 62 Rene Delagrammaticas, Fr. 2008 6. 61 Carley McNary 2008 7. 59 Amy Tunstall 2008 2004 8. 58 Jacqui Goodchild 9. 57 Kristin Allain 2004 2003 9. 57 Jen Asbury 9. 57 Lisa Fischer 2003 9. 57 Jacqui Goodchild 2003 RUNS BATTED IN RBI Name 1. 51 Cara Blumfield 2. 45 Renee Ramos 3. 40 Chris Vicari 4. 38 Chris Vicari 5. 37 Tory Speer, Fr. 5. 37 Cara Blumfield 5. 37 Deb Nasitka 8. 35 Elena Ferrero 9. 33 Erin Mackey 10. 32 Dani Weir

Year GP 2001 55 2008 63 1998 53 1999 48 2011 46 2002 52 1996 45 2006 48 2003 53 2008 63

RUNS SCORED Runs Name Year GP 1. 39 Cara Blumfield 2001 55 2. 37 Julie Obear 1995 52 3. 35 Jenna Macchi 2006 48 4. 32 Brittany Wilkins 2011 46 2007 43 5. 31 Jenna Macchi 6. 30 Taylor Peyton 2008 63 6. 30 Cara Blumfield 2003 56 2003 57 6. 30 Lisa Fischer 6. 30 Jacqui Goodchild 2001 55 6. 30 Laura Thompson 1997 47 6. 30 Liz Walker 1996 49 6. 30 Kate Giardi 1995 52 DOUBLES 2B Name Year GP 2008 63 1. 15 Taylor Peyton 2. 14 Jenna Macchi 2006 48 3. 13 Jen Asbury 2002 51 2002 52 3. 13 Cara Blumfield 3. 13 Erin Mackey 2002 51 1996 45 3. 13 Deb Nasitka 7. 12 Lisa Fischer 2003 57 8. 11 Ashley Obrest 2005 45 1995 52 8. 11 Sue Corwin 8. 11 Britney Thompson 2007 44 8. 11 Dani Weir 2008 63 TRIPLES 3B Name 1. 5 Kimmy Hopkin 1. 5 Julie Obear 3. 4 Cara Blumfield 3. 4 Summer Jarratt 3. 4 Deb Nasitka 3. 4 Kelly Cross 7. 3 Cara Blumfield 7. 3 Amanda Booth 7. 3 Erin Mackey 7. 3 Kelly Cross

Year GP 2004 52 1995 52 2001 55 2001 55 1995 49 1994 44 2003 56 2008 63 2003 53 1993 36

HOMERUNS HR Name 1. 14 Cara Blumfield 2. 13 Brittany Wilkins, Jr. 3. 12 Britney Thompson 4. 11 Nicole D’Argento, So. 4. 11 Tory Speer, Fr. 4. 11 Renee Ramos, Sr. 4. 11 Chris Vicari 6. 10 Renee Ramos 6. 10 Britney Thompson 6. 10 Cara Blumfield 6. 10 Lisa Fischer

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Year GP 2001 55 2011 46 2007 44 2011 46 2011 46 2010 48 1998 53 2008 63 2006 47 2003 56 2003 57

TOTAL BASES TB Name Year GP 1. 117 Cara Blumfield 2001 55 2. 100 Britney Thompson 2007 44 2. 98 Cara Blumfield 2002 51 4. 96 Jenna Macchi 2006 48 5. 95 Renee Ramos 2008 63 6. 92 Brittany Wilkins 2011 46 6. 92 Lisa Fischer 2003 57 8. 91 Renee Ramos, Sr. 2010 48 9. 90 Erin Mackey 2003 53 10. 88 Chris Vicari 1998 53

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (Minimum: 100 AB) SLG%Name Year GP AB 1. .766 Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 2. .763 Britney Thompson 2007 44 131 3. .745 Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 4. .689 Renee Ramos 2010 48 132 5. .662 Brittany Wilkins, Jr. 2011 46 139 6. .644 Tory Speer, Fr. 2011 46 132 7. .600 Deb Nasitka 1996 45 145 8. .598 Britney Thompson 2004 52 120 9. .596 Jenna Macchi 2006 48 161 10. .592 Britney Thompson 2005 36 103 WALKS BB Name 1. 31 Brittany Wilkins 2. 30 Renee Ramos 3. 28 Ashley Obrest 3. 28 Erin Mackey 5. 27 Summer Jarratt 6. 25 Jen Asbury 6. 25 Cara Blumfield 8. 24 Renee Ramos 9. 22 Nicole D’Argento, Jr. 9. 22 Ali Lynette-Krech, Sr. 9. 22 Brittany Wilkins, Jr.

Year 2009 2008 2006 2004 2001 2003 2001 2006 2012 2012 2011

GP AB 49 143 63 170 48 130 56 145 55 166 57 155 55 157 48 122 50 154 49 120 46 139

RECORD BOOK

.300 Hitters (Minimum: 100 AB) Avg. (H-AB) Name Year GP 1. .445 (51-128) Cara Blumfield 2002 52 2. .389 (61-157) Cara Blumfield 2001 55 2. .389 (51-131) Britney Thompson 2007 44 4. .381 (56-147) Liz Walker 1996 49 5. .379 (61-161) Jenna Macchi 2006 48 5. .379 (58-153) Alexis Beckman 1996 49 7. .373 (56-150) Summer Jarratt 1999 47 8. .366 (56-153) Erin Mackey 2003 53 1999 48 9. .356 (47-132) Chris Vicari 10. .348 (46-132) Renee Ramos, Sr. 2010 48 1997 48 11. .347 (50-144) Deb Nasitka 12. .345 (50-145) Deb Nasitka 1996 45 13. .341 (58-170) Renee Ramos, So. 2008 63 13. .341 (46-135) Alexis Beckman 1994 45 15. .338 (52-154) Nicole D’Argento, Jr. 2012 50 16. .335 (62-185) Jacqui Goodchild 2001 55 17. .331 (48-145) Jenna Macchi 2007 43 18. .330 (34-103) Britney Thompson 2005 36 19. .326 (43-132) Brittany Wilkins, Sr. 2012 50 19. .326 (43-132) Tory Speer, Fr. 2011 46 19. .326 (45-138) Laura Thompson 1997 47 19. .326 (45-138) Kelly Cross 1995 49 23. .324 (46-142) Elena Ferrero 2006 48 24. .321 (51-159) Jen Asbury 2001 55 24. .321 (42-131) Jenn Perrotta 1998 50 26. .320 (41-128) Lauren Fischetti 2000 45 27. .319 (52-163) Jacqui Goodchild 2002 52 28. .317 (44-139) Brittany Wilkins, Jr. 2011 46 28. .317 Maria Montouri 1985 30. .313 (42-134) Laura Thompson 1995 49 31. .311 (46-148) Kimmy Hopkin 2005 45 31. .311 (42-135) Jen Asbury 2000 45 1998 53 33. .310 (48-155) Chris Vicari 34. .309 (42-136) Angela Macsenti 1994 44 1995 51 35. .307 (46-150) Alexis Beckman 36. .304 (49-161) Sue Corwin 1995 52 1995 52 36. .304 (52-171) Julie Obear 38. .303 (47-155) Deb Nasitka 1995 49 39. .302 (38-126) Andrea Filler, Fr. 2012 50 2001 55 39. .302 (48-159) Alison Erbig 2000 45 40. .301 (40-133) Chris Vicari 41. .300 (33-110) Julie Obear 1994 37

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 100 at-bats) OB% Name Year GP AB 1. .535 Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 2. .479 Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 3. .462 Renee Ramos 2008 63 170 4. .447 Britney Thompson 2007 44 131 5. .439 Brittany Wilkins, Sr. 2012 50 132 6. .432 Brittany Wilkins, Jr. 2011 46 139 7. .430 Renee Ramos, Sr. 2010 48 132 1999 47 132 8. .428 Chris Vicari 9. .425 Nicole D’Argento, Jr. 2012 50 154 9. .425 Alexis Beckman 1996 49 153 STOLEN BASES SB-SBA (%) Name Year GP 1. 23-25 (.920) Emily Dejardins 1998 50 1998 51 2. 20-22 (.909) Cristin Brown 3. 15-17 (.882) Cristin Brown 1997 45 3. 15-21 (.714) Carley McNary 2008 61 5. 14-14 (1.000) Rene Delagrammaticas, Gr. 2012 51 6. 13-16 (.813) Cara Blumfield 2001 55 7. 12-14 (.857) Kimmy Hopkin 2004 52 8. 11-12 (.917) Cara Blumfield 2002 52 9 10-14 (.714) Rene Delagrammaticas, So. 2009 51 2001 54 10. 9-11 (.818) Alison Erbig SACRIFICES SAC (SF-SH) 1. 15 (1-14) 2. 13 (1-12) 2. 13 (0-13) 2. 13 (0-13) 5. 12 (0-12) 6. 11 (0-11) 6. 11 (0-11) 6. 11 (3-8) 9. 10 (3-7) 9. 10 (0-10)

Name Julie Obear Jen Asbury Kelly Cross Rene Delagrammaticas, Fr. Rene Delagrammaticas, Gr. Amanda Booth Jenna Macchi Deb Nasitka Lauren Fischetti Rene Delagrammaticas, So.

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Individual Single-Season (Pitching) SINGLE-SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (PITCHING) APPEARANCES App. Name Year 1. 51 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 2. 39 Kim Ryan 2003 3. 38 Tekae Malandris 2003 4. 37 Nicole D’Argento, Jr. 2012 5. 36 Taylor Peyton 2008 6. 35 Nicole D’Argento, Fr. 2010 7. 34 Allison Gage, Sr. 2011 7. 34 Kim Ryan 2002 7. 34 Tekae Malandris 2001 7. 34 Kimberly Ryan 2000

RECORD BOOK

INNINGS Inn. Name Year 1. 245.2 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 2. 206.1 Liz Walker 1995 3. 205.1 Lauren Fischetti 1998 4. 186.0 Kim Ryan 2000 5. 171.0 Mary Dietz 1998 6. 169.0 Liz Walker 1994 7. 168.2 Alexis Beckman 1995 8. 164.0 Kim Ryan 2002 8. 164.0 Alexis Beckman 1996 10. 162.1 Taylor Peyton 2009 STARTS GS Name Year 1. 35 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 2. 28 Kim Ryan 2000 3. 27 Kim Ryan 2002 4. 26 Alexis Beckman 1995 4. 26 Liz Walker 1995 6. 25 Michelle Daly 2005 6. 25 Britney Thompson 2007 6. 25 Mary Dietz 1998 6. 25 Liz Walker 1994 10. 24 Kim Ryan 2003 10. 24 Alexis Beckman 1996 10. 24 Alexis Beckman 1994 10. 24 Taylor Peyton, Jr. 2009 COMPLETE GAMES CG-GS Name Year 1. 23-25 Liz Walker 1994 2. 22-24 Alexis Beckman 1994 3. 21-24 Alexis Beckman 1996 3. 21-26 Alexis Beckman 1995 3. 21-35 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 6. 19-25 Mary Dietz 1998 6. 19-19 Kelli Weaver 1992 8. 18-26 Liz Walker 1995 9. 16-28 Kimberly Ryan 2000 9. 16-18 Tricia Murray 1992 SHUTOUTS SHO Name Year 1. 9 Kim Ryan 2003 1. 9 Alexis Beckman 1996 3. 8 Mary Dietz 1998 4. 7 Kim Ryan 2002 4. 7 Alexis Beckman 1997 6. 6 Tekae Malandris 2002 7. 5 Mary Dietz 1999 7. 5 Mary Dietz 1997 7. 5 Liz Walker 1995 10. 4 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 10. 4 Tekae Malandris 2004 10. 4 Tekae Malandris 2003 10. 4 Tekae Malandris 2001 10. 4 Brooke Shull 2001 10. 4 Kimberly Ryan 2000 10. 4 Lauren Fischetti 1998 10. 4 Alexis Beckman 1995 10. 4 Liz Walker 1994 10. 4 Lesley Lane 1985

BC SOFTBALL WINS W-L Name Year App. 1. 19-19 Allison Gage 2008 51 2. 17-10 Lesley Lane 1985 3. 16-7 Kim Ryan 2003 39 3. 16-5 Lauren Fischetti 1998 29 3. 16-7 Mary Dietz 1998 33 3. 16-5 Alexis Beckman 1997 27 3. 16-9 Liz Walker 1995 29 8.. 15-8 Mary Dietz 1997 25 8. 15-8 Liz Walker 1994 25 10. 13-11 Taylor Peyton 2008 36 10. 13-9 Britney Thompson 2004 33 10. 13-10 Tekae Malandris 2003 38 10. 13-12 Kim Ryan 2000 34 10. 13-14 Alexis Beckman 1995 32 SAVES SV Name Year 1. 5 Nicole D’Argento, Jr. 2012 1. 5 Mary Dietz 1998 3. 4 Britney Thompson 2006 3. 4 Brooke Shull 1999 3. 4 Lauren Fischetti 1998 6. 3 Allison Gage, Fr. 2008 6. 3 Savana Lloyd 2006 6. 3 Britney Thompson 2004 9. 2 Morgan Kidd, Sr. 2012 8. 2 Allison Gage, Sr. 2011

STRIKEOUTS K Name Year App. 1. 240 Mary Dietz 1998 33 2. 219 Kim Ryan 2003 39 3. 206 Tekae Malandris 2003 39 4. 197 Kim Ryan 2000 34 5. 195 Mary Dietz 1999 27 6. 173 Mary Dietz 1997 27 7. 166 Tekae Malandris 2001 34 8. 158 Kim Ryan 2002 34 9. 140 Tekae Malandris 2004 33 10. 136 Tekae Malandris 2002 31 10. 136 Kim Ryan 2001 30

TEKAE MALANDRIS

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 10 appearances) ERA Name Year App. Inn. 1. 1.12 Lesley Lane 1985 2. 1.24 Tricia Murray 1992 14 96.1 3. 1.32 Tekae Malandris 2001 34 159.2 3. 1.32 Liz Walker 1995 29 206.1 5. 1.33 Lauren Fischetti 1998 29 205.1 6. 1.47 Kimberly Ryan 2000 34 186.0 7. 1.48 Kelli Weaver 1992 19 128.0 8. 1.51 Mary Dietz 1997 27 120.1 9. 1.53 Tekae Malandris 2004 33 146.1 9. 1.53 Brooke Shull 2001 21 77.2 BATTERS’ AVERAGE (Minimum 10 appearances) B/AVGName Year App. BF 1. 1.80 Mary Dietz 1998 33 630 2. 1.81 Mary Dietz 1997 27 468 3. 1.84 Tekae Malandris 2002 31 467 4. 1.88 Tekae Malandris 2001 34 585 5. 1.92 Tekae Malandris 2003 38 583 1992 14 352 5. 1.92 Tricia Murray 7. 1.99 Kim Ryan 2003 39 564 8. 2.11 Kelli Weaver 1992 19 511 9. 2.12 Brooke Shull 2001 21 288 10. 2.13 Britney Thompson 2004 33 446

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Most games played 1. 222 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 2. 220 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 3. 205 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 4. 195 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 5. 194 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 6. 193 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 193 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 8. 189 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 9. 186 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 10. 181 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1. .676 - Cara Blumfield (447 AB) - 2001-03 2. .608 - Britney Thompson (480 AB) - 2004-07 3. .524 - Renee Ramos (395 AB) - 2006-10 4. .521 - Nicole D’Argento (365 AB) - 2010-12 5. .491 - Brittany Wilkins (534 AB) - 2009-12 6. .488 - Tory Speer (250 AB) - 2011-12 7. .479 - Jenna Macchi (593 AB) - 2004-07 8. .429 - Ashley Obrest (550 AB) - 2004-07 9. .428 - Elena Ferrero (411 AB) - 2003-06 10. .416 - Jen Asbury (435 AB) - 2001-03

Most games started 1. 222 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 2. 218 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 3. 194 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 4. 193 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 5. 191 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 6. 190 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 7. 188 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 8. 182 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 9. 174 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 10. 169 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06

Highest on base pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1. .461 - Cara Blumfield (447 AB) - 2001-03 2. .410 - Britney Thompson (480 AB) - 2004-07 3. .405 - Brittany Wilkins (534 AB) - 2009-12 4. .403 - Renee Ramos (395 AB) - 2006-10 5. .373 - Ashley Obrest (550 AB) - 2004-07 6. .372 - Nicole D’Argento (365 AB) - 2010-12 7. .364 - Tory Speer (250 AB) - 2011-12 8. .363 - Jen Asbury (435 AB) - 2001-03 9. .361 - Ali Lynette-Krech (293 AB) - 2009-12 10. .350 - Amy Tunstall (369 AB) - 2007-10

Most at bats 1. 730 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 2. 654 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 3. 593 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 4. 550 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 5. 534 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 534 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 7. 524 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 8. 480 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 9. 475 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 10. 451 - Lisa Fischer - 2001-03

Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 10 attempts) 1. .941 - Gaskill, L. (16-17) - 0 2. .913 - Galindo, V. (21-23) - 0 3. .900 - McLaughlin (9-10) - 0 4. .867 - Taylor, B. (13-15) - 0 5. .829 - Cara Blumfield (29-35) - 2001-03 6. .818 - Alison ERBIG (9-11) - 2001 7. .813 - CJ Chirichigno (13-16) - 2012 8. .810 - Rene Delagrammaticas (34-42) - 2008-12 .810 - Carley McNary (17-21) - 2005-08 10. .800 - Mask (16-20) - 0

Most runs scored 1. 123 - Cara Blumfield - 2000-03 2. 119 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 3. 110 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 4. 104 - Deb Nasitka - 1994-97 5. 92 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 5. 92 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 7. 89 - Alexis Beckman - 1994-97 8. 83 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 9. 77 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 10. 68 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 --- 66 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12

RECORD BOOK

Highest batting avg. (minimum 200 AB) 1. .348 - Cara Blumfield (214-587) - 2000-03 2. .325 - Alexis Beckman (n/a) - 1994-97 3. .321 - Britney Thompson (154-480) - 2004-07 4. .311 - Deb Nasitka (n/a) - 1994-97 5. .308 - Chris Vicari (n/a) - 1997-00 6. .303 - Jacqui Goodchild (221-730) - 2001-04 7. .301 - Renee Ramos (119-395) - 2006-10 8. .300 - Jenna Macchi (178-593) - 2004-07 9. .296 - Nicole D’Argento (108-365) - 2010-12 10. .279 - Kimmy Hopkin (146-524) - 2003-06

***Please note that the statistics included in this record book are generated with the Stat Crew Scoring System. The program was not used prior to 2001 and thus certain records may not contain complete data for all individuals.*** ***Please note that the statistics included in this record book are generated with the Stat Crew Scoring System. The program was not used prior to 2001 and thus certain records may not contain complete data for all individuals.***

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Most runs batted in 1. 128 - Cara Blumfield - 2000-03 2. 119 - Chris Vicari - 1997-00 3. 111 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 4. 102 - Deb Nasitka - 1994-97 5. 95 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 6. 94 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 7. 93 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 8. 72 - Elena Ferrero - 2003-06 9. 71 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 10. 70 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 --- 65 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12

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Most hits 1. 221 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 2. 214 - Cara Blumfield - 2000-03 3. 184 - Deb Nasitka - 1994-97 4. 178 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 5. 154 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 5. 154 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 7. 153 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 8. 148 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 9. 146 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 10. 141 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 Most doubles 1. 39 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 2. 31 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 3. 29 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 4. 27 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 5. 26 - Lisa Fischer - 2001-03 26 - Elena Ferrero - 2003-06 7. 25 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 25 - Jen Asbury - 2001-03 9. 24 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 10. 22 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 22 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03

Most total bases 1. 302 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 2. 292 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 284 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 4. 265 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 5. 262 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 6. 236 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 7. 207 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 8. 203 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 203 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 10. 190 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 Most walks 1. 79 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 2. 68 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 3. 67 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 4. 61 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 5. 59 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 6. 57 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 7. 55 - Jen Asbury - 2001-03 8. 54 - Amy Tunstall - 2007-10 9. 45 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 10. 44 - Elena Ferrero - 2003-06

Most triples 1. 9 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 2. 6 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 3. 4 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 4 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 4 - Mask - 0 4 - Summer JARRATT - 2001 7. 3 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04 3 - Amanda Booth - 2008 9. 2 - eight players Most home runs 1. 37 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 34 - Cara Blumfield - 2000-03 3. 31 - Chris Vicari - 1997-00 4. 27 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 5. 21 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 5. 21 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 7. 20 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 8. 18 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 9. 17 - Dani Weir - 2007-10 10. 14 - Tory Speer - 2011-12

Most intentional walks 1. 4 - Liddle, C. - 0 2. 3 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 2 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 2 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 2 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 2 - Renee Ramos - 2008 7. 1 - nine players

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Most sacrifice hits 1. 46 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 2. 24 - Jen Asbury - 2001-03 3. 22 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 4. 21 - Jacqui Goodchild - 2001-04 5. 19 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 6. 17 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 7. 14 - Amanda Booth - 2005-08 8. 13 - Lisa Fischer - 2001-03 9. 12 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 12 - Ali Lynette-Krech - 2009-12 12 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 12 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 12 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07

Most times hit by pitch 1. 39 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 2. 18 - Carley McNary - 2005-08 3. 17 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 17 - Maier, N. - 0 5. 14 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 6. 13 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 7. 12 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 12 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 12 - Maria Pandolfo - 2010-12 10. 11 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10

Most stolen bases 1. 34 - Rene Delagrammaticas (34-42) - 2008-12 2. 29 - Cara Blumfield (29-35) - 2001-03 3. 23 - Jenna Macchi (23-30) - 2004-07 4. 22 - Kimmy Hopkin (22-28) - 2003-06 5. 21 - Jacqui Goodchild (21-28) - 2001-04 21 - Galindo, V. (21-23) - 0 7. 17 - Carley McNary (17-21) - 2005-08 8. 16 - Gaskill, L. (16-17) - 0 16 - Mask (16-20) - 0 10. 15 - Carley McNar (15-21) - 2008

Most sacrifice flies 1. 6 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 2. 5 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04 5 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 5 - Lisa Fischer - 2001-03 5. 4 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 4 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 4 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 4 - Spaw, L. - 0 9. 3 - Rose, B. - 0 3 - Clendenny - 0 3 - Hanafin, B. - 0 3 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 3 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 3 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 3 - Maier, N. - 0 3 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 3 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 3 - Volpano - 0

Most times caught stealing 1. 8 - Rene Delagrammaticas (34-42) - 2008-12 2. 7 - Jenna Macchi (23-30) - 2004-07 7 - Jacqui Goodchild (21-28) - 2001-04 7 - Lizzy Ploen (5-12) - 2009-12 5. 6 - Kristin Allain (4-10) - 2003-06 6 - Carley McNar (15-21) - 2008 6 - Cara Blumfield (29-35) - 2001-03 6 - Kimmy Hopkin (22-28) - 2003-06 6 - Elyse Meredith (1-7) - 2001-04 10. 5 - Sara Kellner (10-15) - 2001-04 5 - Andrea Filler (6-11) - 2012 5 - Nicole D’Argento (5-10) - 2010-12 Most stolen base attempts 1. 42 - Rene Delagrammaticas (34-42) - 2008-12 2. 35 - Cara Blumfield (29-35) - 2001-03 3. 30 - Jenna Macchi (23-30) - 2004-07 4. 28 - Jacqui Goodchild (21-28) - 2001-04 28 - Kimmy Hopkin (22-28) - 2003-06 6. 23 - Galindo, V. (21-23) - 0 7. 21 - Carley McNar (15-21) - 2008 21 - Carley McNary (17-21) - 2005-08 9. 20 - Mask (16-20) - 0 10. 17 - Gaskill, L. (16-17) - 0

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Most times struck out 1. 130 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 127 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 3. 107 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04 4. 105 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 105 - Dani Weir - 2007-10 6. 98 - Alison Kooistra - 2008-11 7. 90 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 8. 87 - Kimmy Hopkin - 2003-06 87 - Amanda Booth - 2005-08 87 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04


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Most wins 1. 55 - Alexis Beckman (n/a) - 1994-97 2. 51 - Kim Ryan (51-28) - 2000-03 3. 43 - Tekae Malandris (43-44) - 2001-04 3. 43 - Mary Deitz (n/a) - 1997-99 5. 42 - Liz Walker (n/a) 1993-96 6. 40 - Britney Thompson (40-46) - 2004-07 7. 39 - Allison Gage (39-54) - 2008-11 8. 26 - Michelle Daly (26-22) - 2002-05 9. 22 - Knight, K. (22-10) - 0 10. 19 - Harrell, J. (19-9) - 0 ----- 18 - Nicole D’Argento (18-28) - 2010-12

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Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 100 IP) 1. 1.26 - Floetker (139.0 IP) - 0 2. 1.58 - Mary Deitz (n/a) - 1997-99 3. 1.62 - Tekae Malandris (592.0 IP) - 2001-04 4. 1.76 - Harrell, J. (171.0 IP) - 0 5. 1.80 - Alexis Beckman (n/a) - 1994-97 6. 1.99 - Liz Walker (n/a) - 1993-96 7. 2.18 - Kim Ryan (448.1 IP) - 2000-03 8. 2.65 - Knight, K. (206.0 IP) - 0 9. 2.76 - Allison Gage (245.2 IP) - 2008 10. 3.16 - Taylor Peyto (155.0 IP) - 2008 Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 100 IP) 1. .178 - Knight, K. (206.0 IP) - 0 2. .198 - Tekae Malandris (592.0 IP) - 2001-04 3. .213 - Harrell, J. (171.0 IP) - 0 4. .217 - Floetker (139.0 IP) - 0 5. .219 - Kim Ryan (448.1 IP) - 2001-03 6. .243 - Taylor Peyto (155.0 IP) - 2008 7. .262 - Michelle Daly (348.1 IP) - 2002-05 8. .262 - Nicole D’Argento (335.2 IP) - 2010-12 9. .262 - Morgan Kidd (159.1 IP) - 2009-12 10. .263 - Britney Thompson (509.1 IP) - 2004-07

Most losses 1. 54 - Allison Gage (39-54) - 2008-11 2. 46 - Britney Thompson (40-46) - 2004-07 3. 44 - Tekae Malandris (43-44) - 2001-04 4. 38 - Taylor Peyton (17-38) - 2007-10 5. 28 - Nicole D’Argento (18-28) - 2010-12 5. 28 - Kim Ryan (38-28) - 2001-03 7. 22 - Michelle Daly (26-22) - 2002-05 8. 19 - Allison Gage (19-19) - 2008 8. 19 - Amanda Horowitz (12-19) - 2011-12 10. 17 - Morgan Kidd (6-17) - 2009-12

Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game (minimum 100 IP) 1. 1.36 - Floetker (139.0 IP) - 0 2. 1.57 - Allison Gage (245.2 IP) - 2008 3. 1.76 - Harrell, J. (171.0 IP) - 0 4. 2.23 - Britney Thompson (509.1 IP) - 2004-07 5. 2.44 - Allison Gage (378.0 IP) - 2008-11 6. 2.53 - Michelle Daly (348.1 IP) - 2002-05 7. 2.73 - Tekae Malandris (592.0 IP) - 2001-04 8. 2.73 - Savana Lloyd (128.0 IP) - 2006-07 9. 2.80 - Taylor Peyto (155.0 IP) - 2008 10. 2.95 - Taylor Peyton (336.2 IP) - 2007-10

Most saves 1. 9 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 7 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 3. 5 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 5 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 5. 3 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 3 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 3 - Savana Lloyd - 2006-07 3 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 2 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 10. 1 - Harrell, J. - 0 1 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 1 - Elena Ferrero - 2003-06 1 - Liddle, B. - 0 1 - Schmeiser, K - 0 1 - Colleen Reiche - 2004

Most strikeouts/7 inn game (minimum 100 IP) 1. 8.56 - Knight, K. (206.0 IP) - 0 2. 8.01 - Kim Ryan (448.1 IP) - 2001-03 3. 7.66 - Tekae Malandris (592.0 IP) - 2001-04 4. 6.09 - Floetker (139.0 IP) - 0 5. 5.86 - Nicole D’Argento (335.2 IP) - 2010-12 6. 5.62 - Morgan Kidd (159.1 IP) - 2009-12 7. 5.61 - Harrell, J. (171.0 IP) - 0 8. 4.80 - Britney Thompson (509.1 IP) - 2004-07 9. 4.47 - Taylor Peyto (155.0 IP) - 2008 10. 4.36 - Michelle Daly (348.1 IP) - 2002-05

Most appearances 1. 136 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 125 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 103 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 97 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 5. 88 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 6. 87 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 87 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 8. 65 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 9. 58 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 10. 51 - Allison Gage - 2008

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Most innings pitched 1. 592.0 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 509.1 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 448.1 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 378.0 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 5. 348.1 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 6. 336.2 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 7. 335.2 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 8. 245.2 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 206.0 - Knight, K. - 0 10. 185.2 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12

Most complete games 1. 78 - Alexis Beckman - 1994-97 2. 57 - Liz Walker - 1993-96 3. 47 - Mary Deitz - 1997-99 4. 46 - Kim Ryan - 2000-03 5. 41 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 6. 39 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 7. 35 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 8. 30 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 9. 22 - Knight, K. - 0 10. 21 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 10. 20 - Harrell, J. - 0 ---- 19 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12

Most hits allowed 1. 514 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 461 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 3. 433 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 4. 359 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 5. 353 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 6. 351 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7. 343 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 8. 271 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 225 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 10. 175 - Savana Lloyd - 2006-07 Most runs allowed 1. 289 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 260 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 3. 240 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 4. 227 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 5. 212 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 6. 188 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7. 186 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 8. 158 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 9. 130 - Allison Gage - 2008 10. 102 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12

Most shutouts 1. 18 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 17 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 3. 7 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7 - Harrell, J. - 0 5. 6 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 6. 5 - Knight, K. - 0 5 - Floetker - 0 8. 4 - Allison Gage - 2008 4 - Brooke Shull - 2001-02 10. 3 - Liddle, B. - 0 3 - Tuthill - 0

Most earned runs allowed 1. 249 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 2. 197 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 3. 188 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 4. 168 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 5. 161 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 6. 158 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 7. 137 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 8. 118 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 9. 97 - Allison Gage - 2008 10. 88 - Savana Lloyd - 2006-07 88 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12

Most combined shutouts 1. 10 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 10 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 3. 7 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 4. 6 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 5. 5 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 5 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7. 4 - Savana Lloyd - 2006-07 4 - Brooke Shull - 2001-02 9. 3 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 3 - Erin Mackey - 2001-04

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Most games started 1. 80 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 77 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 74 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 61 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 5. 57 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 6. 51 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 7. 46 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 8. 35 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 31 - Knight, K. - 0 10. 30 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12


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BC SOFTBALL

Most walks allowed 1. 231 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 220 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 3. 181 - Knight, K. - 0 4. 162 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 5. 147 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 6. 142 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 7. 135 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 8. 132 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 9. 126 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 10. 94 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12

Most at bats against 1. 2192 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 1955 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 1609 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 1551 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 5. 1342 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 6. 1308 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 7. 1282 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 8. 982 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 768 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 10. 715 - Knight, K. - 0

Most strikeouts 1. 710 - Kim Ryan - 2000-03 2. 648 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 3. 608 - Mary Deitz - 1997-99 4. 349 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 5. 281 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 6. 273 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 7. 250 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 8. 252 - Knight, K. - 0 9. 217 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 10. 174 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10

Most hit batters 1. 40 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 2. 34 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 3. 30 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 27 - Knight, K. - 0 5. 23 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 23 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 7. 22 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 8. 17 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 9. 15 - Savana Lloyd - 2006-07 10. 13 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 13 - Floetker - 0

Most strikeouts looking 1. 181 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 146 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 3. 90 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 4. 75 - Knight, K. - 0 5. 68 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 6. 60 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7. 57 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 8. 44 - Morgan Kidd - 2009-12 44 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 10. 33 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12 Most batters faced 1. 2500 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 2. 2210 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 3. 1936 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 4. 1767 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 5. 1550 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 6. 1533 - Michelle Daly - 2002-05 7. 1517 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 8. 1084 - Allison Gage - 2008 9. 953 - Knight, K. - 0 10. 914 - Amanda Horowitz - 2011-12

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Most putouts 1. 1175 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 2. 784 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04 3. 645 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 4. 617 - Dani Weir - 2007-10 5. 556 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 6. 436 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 7. 424 - Blair Destito - 2007-10 8. 414 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 9. 393 - Liddle, C. - 0 393 - Amy Tunstall - 2007-10

Most runners picked off 1. 9 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 2. 5 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 3. 3 - Summer JARRATT - 2001 4. 2 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 2 - Amy Tunstall - 2007-10 6. 1 - Jennifer PERROTTA - 2001 1 - Brooke Shull - 2001-02 1 - Bustillos, S - 0 1 - Mericka, K. - 0 1 - Dani Weir - 2008 1 - Amy Tunstall - 2008

Most double plays turned 1. 35 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 2. 30 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 3. 24 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 24 - Dani Weir - 2007-10 5. 21 - Nicole D’Argento - 2010-12 6. 19 - Blair Destito - 2007-10 7. 18 - Liddle, C. - 0 8. 15 - Elena Ferrero - 2003-06 9. 13 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 13 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04 13 - Smith, B. - 0

Lowest stolen base against pct. (minimum 10 attempts) 1. .500 - Schuppert (5-10) - 0 2. .581 - Tekae Malandris (50-86) - 2001-04 3. .596 - Summer JARRATT (28-47) - 2001 4. .600 - Liddle, B. (9-15) - 0 5. .607 - Savana Lloyd (17-28) - 2006-07 6. .657 - Morgan Kidd (23-35) - 2009-12 7. .658 - Ekart (25-38) - 0 .658 - Rose, B. (25-38) - 0 9. .667 - Amanda Klimczak (12-18) - 2006-07 10. .673 - Ashley Obrest (72-107) - 2004-07 Most chances 1. 1338 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 2. 889 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 3. 877 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 4. 858 - Elyse Meredith - 2001-04 5. 826 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 6. 806 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 7. 798 - Dani Weir - 2007-10 8. 590 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 9. 576 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 10. 575 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10

Most triple plays turned Most caught stealing by 1. 49 - Lisa Field - 2002-05 2. 46 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12 3. 36 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 4. 35 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 5. 27 - Amy Tunstall - 2007-10 6. 22 - Allison Gage - 2008-11 7. 21 - Kim Ryan - 2001-03 8. 19 - Summer JARRATT - 2001 9. 17 - Britney Thompson - 2004-07 10. 15 - Bustillos, S - 0

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Most assists 1. 448 - Jenna Macchi - 2004-07 2. 432 - Rene Delagrammaticas - 2008-12 3. 364 - Kristin Allain - 2003-06 4. 301 - Cara Blumfield - 2001-03 5. 225 - Renee Ramos - 2006-10 6. 219 - Ashley Obrest - 2004-07 7. 211 - Lisa Fischer - 2001-03 8. 178 - Taylor Peyton - 2007-10 9. 155 - Tekae Malandris - 2001-04 10. 154 - Brittany Wilkins - 2009-12

Highest fielding pct. (minimum 100 chances) 1. 1.000 - Chelsea Dimon (104-12-0) - 2012 2. .996 - Ekart (231-22-1) - 0 3. .995 - Liddle, C. (393-13-2) - 0 .995 - Summer JARRATT (368-38-2) - 2001 5. .990 - Delgado (300-12-3) - 0 6. .989 - Amy Tunstall (393-57-5) - 2007-10 7. .987 - Blair Destit (226-9-3) - 2008 8. .986 - Kimmy Hopkin (133-8-2) - 2003-06 9. .984 - Alison ERBIG (230-19-4) - 2001 10. .984 - Elyse Meredith (784-60-14) - 2001-04


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ACC OPPONENTS

2013 ACC OPPONENTS

Florida State

Clemson

Nickname Tigers Colors Clemson Orange & Regalia Facility Hoke Sloan Tennis Center Head Coach Nancy Harris Record (Years) 238-129 (13) ‘11 Record (Conf.) 21-11 (6-5) Website www.clemsontigers.com

Location Tallahassee, Fla. Nickname Seminoles Colors Garnet & Gold Home Field Joanne Graf Field Head Coach Lonni Alameda 2012 Record (Conf) 46-14 (16-5) Athletic Website www.seminoles.com

North Carolina

Maryland

Location Chapel Hill, N.C. Nickname Tar Heels Colors Carolina Blue & White Home Field Anderson Stadium Head Coach Donna Papa 2012 Record (Conf.) 41-13 (13-4) Athletic Website www.tarheelblue.com

Location College Park, Md. Nickname Terrapins Colors Red, White, Black & Gold Home Field Robert E. Taylor Stadium Head Coach .Lauren Watten 2012 Record (Conf.) 34-20 (10-8) Athletic Website www.umterps.com

N.C. State

Location Raleigh, N.C. Nickname Wolfpack Colors Red & White Home Field Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Stadium Head Coach Shawn Rychcik 2012 Record (Conf.) 23-31 (5-15) Athletic Website www.gopack.com

Georgia Tech

Location Atlanta, Ga. Nickname Yellow Jackets Colors Old Gold & White Home Field Shirley Clements Mewborn Field Head Coach Sharon Perkins 2012 Record (Conf.) 36-21 (12-8) Athletic Website www.ramblinwreck.com

Virginia

Location Charlottesville, Va. Nickname Cavaliers Colors Navy & Orange Home Field The Park Head Coach Eileen Schmidt 2012 Record (Conf.) 26-25 (8-13) Athletic Website www.virginiasports.com

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Virginia Tech

Location Blacksburg, Va. Nickname Hokies Colors Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Home Field Tech Softball Park Head Coach Scot Thomas 2012 Record (Conf.) 40-19 (12-8) Athletic Website www.hokiesports.com


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THE ACC

A HISTORY

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005.

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BOSTON

BOSTON COLLEGE

College

Boston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and, with 3 teachers and 22 students, opened its doors on September 5, 1864. Through its first seven decades, it remained a small undergraduate institution, serving the sons of the Irish working class, and teaching theology and philosophy, Greek and Latin classics, and English and modern languages.

in 1952, followed by the graduate schools of Education, Nursing, Management, and Social Work. By 1970 all undergraduate programs had become coeducational, and today women make up more than half of the University’s enrollment.

Originally located on Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End, the College outgrew its urban setting early in the 20th century and moved to the former Lawrence farm in then-rural Chestnut Hill, where ground was broken on June 19, 1909 for the construction of a central Recitation Building, later named Gasson Hall in honor of President Thomas I. Gasson, S.J., who led the relocation. The Recitation Building opened in March 1913. The three other buildings that still shape the core of the campus—St. Mary’s Hall, Devlin Hall, and Bapst Library—opened in 1917, 1924, and 1928, respectively. Though incorporated as a university from its beginning, Boston College did not begin to fill out the dimensions of its University charter until the 1920s, with the inauguration of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Law School, and the Evening College, today the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies. The 1930s saw the introduction of the Graduate School of Social Work and the College of Business Administration—today the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management. The School of Nursing—named in honor of William F. Connell in 2003—and the School of Education—today named for Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch—followed in 1947 and 1952. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences first offered doctoral programs

In 1974, Boston College acquired a 40-acre site, 1.5 miles from the Chestnut Hill Campus, that had been owned by Newton College of the Sacred Heart. The land is the present site of the Law School and of residence halls housing some 800 freshmen. Thirty years later, the University acquired 43 acres from the Boston Archdiocese on land adjoining the Lower Campus in Chestnut Hill. The Brighton Campus is now the site of the School of Theology and Ministry, which was formed in 2008, when the Weston Jesuit School of Theology re-affiliated with Boston College and was joined with the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry. In 2005, the Church in the 21st Century Initiative, which was founded in the midst of the sex abuse scandal as a catalyst and resource for engaging critical issues facing the Catholic Church, became a permanent center at Boston College. In October 2008, the University launched “Light the World: the 150th Anniversary Campaign for Boston College,” setting a goal of $1.5 billion to support a strategic plan that advances academic program development, faculty expansion and research, and endows undergraduate financial aid, student formation programs, capital projects, and efforts to advance Boston College as the leading global Catholic university.

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Missouri State Miami (OH) Ohio Chattanooga Toledo

Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn.

11 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 10 a.m.

Longwood Syracuse Oregon Notre Dame Georgetown Michigan Southern Illinois-Edwardsville UCF Bethune-Cookman North Carolina North Carolina Temple Colgate Radford LIU-Brooklyn Rutgers Cornell Bryant UMass Virginia Virginia

Kissimmee, Fla. Kissimmee, Fla. Kissimmee, Fla. Kissimmee, Fla. Kissimmee, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va.

1:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 10 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m (DH) 12 p.m.

Boston University Florida State Florida State UMass Dartmouth Maine Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Providence Boston University Maryland Maryland Hartford Harvard NC State NC State Connecticut

Boston, Mass. Tallahassee, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Hanover, N.H. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Storrs, Conn.

4 p.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. (DH) 4 p.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

2 Bryant 4 * Georgia Tech 5 * Georgia Tech 9-11 * ACC Tournament HOME GAMES IN CAPITALS * - ACC Games # - UT-Chattanooga Tournament ^ - ESPN Citrus Classic

Smithfield, R.I. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Tallahassee, Fla.

4 p.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. TBA

MARCH 1 ^ 1 ^ 2 ^ 2 ^ 3 ^ 5 % 5 % 6 % 7 9 * 10 * 15 & 15 & 16 & 16 & 17 & 17 & 26 27 29 * 30 *

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