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Urbana University Softball Information 2013 Season Results/2014 Quick Facts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 2014 Blue Knight Coaching Staff ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-7 2014 Blue Knight Softball Team Photo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 2014 Rosters/Team Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

2014 Player Bios Seniors: Ashley Skinner, Haley Jo Kolmerten, Heather Martin & Lauren Anderson 12-15 Junior: Amber Beeman ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16 Sophomores: Cortney Moore, Katelyn Edwards, Morgan Haer, Sierra Cronkleton & Coren Braithwaite 18-19 Freshmen --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20-21

Urbana University 2014 Urbana University Softball Sponsors and Supporters 22-30 About Urbana University ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31-32 2013 Stats/Honors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 33 Blue Knight Softball Record Book --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34-35 2014 Softball Schedule ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 36

School: _______________________ Urbana University Location: _________________________ Urbana, Ohio Founded: ___________________________ 1850 Enrollment _______________________________ 1,505 Nickname: __________________________ Blue Knights Colors: _______________________ Royal Blue & White Affiliation: _______________________ NCAA Division II Conference: ______________ Mountain East Conference President ______________________ Dr. Kirk E. Peterson Athletic Director: _____________________ Doug Young Senior Women’s Administrator _________ Nicole Pluger Faculty Athletic Representative ________ Dr. Jim Judge Athletic Department Phone _________ (937) 484-1308 Website _______________________ sports.urbana.edu 2013 Overall Record: _________ 20-18 (5-5, G-MAC) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: __________________ 9/5 Position Starters Returning/Lost: ________________ 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: _______________ 3/0 Head Coach ___________ Danielle Lowe (Findlay, ‘06) Career Record ______ 59-69-1 (4th Year Head Coach)

2013 Urbana University Softball Game-by-Game Results Game date Opposing team Score r h e/ r h e Inns Overall Conf Mar 04, 2013 vs Mt. Aloysius College W 14-0 14 13 0/ 0 3 2 5 1- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 04, 2013 vs Robert Morris-Spring W 9-0 9 14 1/ 0 2 1 6 2- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 05, 2013 vs La Roche W 10-0 10 13 1/ 0 1 2 5 3- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 05, 2013 vs La Roche W 9-0 9 10 0/ 0 3 3 5 4- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 06, 2013 vs Eastern University W 2-0 2 3 0/ 0 4 2 7 5- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 06, 2013 vs Randolph College W 4-2 4 9 2/ 2 4 0 7 6- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 08, 2013 vs Robert Morris-Spring W 8-0 8 10 0/ 0 1 4 6 7- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 15, 2013 at Malone W 7-3 7 14 0/ 3 7 1 7 8- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 15, 2013 at Malone W 8-0 8 10 1/ 0 5 3 7 9- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 22, 2013 West Liberty W 2-1 2 9 0/ 1 2 3 7 10- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 Mar 22, 2013 West Liberty 1-9 L 1 6 3/ 9 12 0 7 10- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 *Mar 23, 2013 Ursuline College W 6-1 6 9 0/ 1 3 1 7 11- 1- 0 1- 0- 0 *Mar 23, 2013 Ursuline College W 2-1 2 5 3/ 1 8 2 ( 8) 12- 1- 0 2- 0- 0 Mar 29, 2013 at Wayne State W 3-2 3 4 1/ 2 5 0 7 13- 1- 0 2- 0- 0 Mar 29, 2013 at Wayne State 1-7 L 1 3 2/ 7 11 3 7 13- 2- 0 2- 0- 0 *Apr 01, 2013 at Cedarville W 5-2 5 5 2/ 2 2 3 7 14- 2- 0 3- 0- 0 *Apr 01, 2013 at Cedarville W 7-6 7 10 3/ 6 11 1 7 15- 2- 0 4- 0- 0 Apr 02, 2013 Lewis University 1-6 L 1 6 2/ 6 12 0 7 15- 3- 0 4- 0- 0 Apr 02, 2013 Lewis University 0-8 L 0 7 4/ 8 7 0 5 15- 4- 0 4- 0- 0 Apr 04, 2013 at Findlay 0-1 L 0 2 1/ 1 3 1 7 15- 5- 0 4- 0- 0 Apr 04, 2013 at Findlay 5-6 L 5 4 3/ 6 9 5 ( 8) 15- 6- 0 4- 0- 0 *Apr 06, 2013 Trevecca Nazarene 3-8 L 3 8 0/ 8 9 3 7 15- 7- 0 4- 1- 0 *Apr 06, 2013 Trevecca Nazarene 0-11 L 0 1 2/11 16 1 7 15- 8- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 07, 2013 Salem International W 2-1 2 8 2/ 1 3 0 7 16- 8- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 07, 2013 Salem International W 3-2 3 11 0/ 2 8 1 7 17- 8- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 10, 2013 St. Joseph's 0-1 L 0 6 1/ 1 4 0 7 17- 9- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 10, 2013 St. Joseph's 0-9 L 0 2 0/ 9 11 1 5 17-10- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 14, 2013 at NOTRE DAME 5-7 L 5 10 1/ 7 7 1 7 17-11- 0 4- 2- 0 Apr 14, 2013 at NOTRE DAME W 2-1 2 7 1/ 1 7 2 (10) 18-11- 0 4- 2- 0 *Apr 20, 2013 at Trevecca Nazarene 0-3 L 0 5 1/ 3 5 0 7 18-12- 0 4- 3- 0 *Apr 20, 2013 at Trevecca Nazarene 3-11 L 3 5 4/11 15 1 6 18-13- 0 4- 4- 0 Apr 23, 2013 at Ashland University 3-11 L 3 6 2/11 12 3 5 18-14- 0 4- 4- 0 Apr 23, 2013 at Ashland University 1-3 L 1 6 2/ 3 6 0 7 18-15- 0 4- 4- 0 *Apr 25, 2013 Cedarville 8-9 L 8 19 6/ 9 13 1 (11) 18-16- 0 4- 5- 0 *Apr 25, 2013 Cedarville W 5-4 5 8 0/ 4 9 3 7 19-16- 0 5- 5- 0 #May 02, 2013 vs Cedarville 6-9 L 6 9 2/ 9 10 1 7 19-17- 0 5- 5- 0 #May 02, 2013 vs Ursuline College W 8-3 8 12 2/ 3 8 2 7 20-17- 0 5- 5- 0 #May 03, 2013 vs Cedarville 2-5 L 2 8 2/ 5 9 0 7 20-18- 0 5- 5- 0 * - G-MAC Game; # - G-MAC Tournament Game; ( ) extra inning game; Home Games in Bold BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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Pitcher of record Kolmerten (W 1-0) Anderson (W 1-0) Anderson (W 2-0) Kolmerten (W 2-0) Anderson (W 3-0) Kolmerten (W 3-0) Kolmerten (W 4-0) Kolmerten (W 5-0) Anderson (W 4-0) Kolmerten (W 6-0) Anderson (L 4-1) Kolmerten (W 7-0) Anderson (W 5-1) Kolmerten (W 8-0) Anderson (L 5-2) Kolmerten (W 9-0) Anderson (W 6-2) Kolmerten (L 9-1) Anderson (L 6-3) Kolmerten (L 9-2) Anderson (L 6-4) Kolmerten (L 9-3) Anderson (L 6-5) Kolmerten (W 10-3) Anderson (W 7-5) Kolmerten (L 10-4) Anderson (L 7-6) Kolmerten (L 10-5) Moore (W 1-0) Kolmerten (L 10-6) Anderson (L 7-7) Kolmerten (L 10-7) Anderson (L 7-8) Kolmerten (L 10-8) Kolmerten (W 11-8) Kolmerten (L 11-9) Anderson (W 8-8) Anderson (L 8-9)

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HEAD COACH DANIELLE LOWE (FINDLAY ‘06, M.A. ‘08) PHONE: 937.484.1325 EMAIL: dlowe@urbana.edu Urbana University Athletic Director Doug Young named Danielle Lowe (rhymes with "now") the softball program's newest head coach on May 11, 2010. A first-time head coach, Lowe took over the reigns of a program that enjoyed the most successful 6-year run in program history under Nicole Pluger, who was promoted to the role of Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance following the 2010 season. In her first season at the helm, Lowe improved the team's winning percentage and GPA. Urbana finished the season strong, winning 9 of their final 13 games, including a 4-3 home win over 13th ranked regional foe Indianapolis. The victory was 1 of 2 against ranked opponents in 2011. Lowe's second campaign was even more successful than the first. The Blue Knights claimed the program's first post-season championship since 2007, winning the 6-team D-II Ohio Independents' Championship. Urbana outscored its opponents 24-5 over the 4 games of the OIC Tournament. Six Blue Knights made the All-OIC squad and 4 more made the national All-Independent Teams. Urbana improved its win total by 9, finishing 24-26. The 24 wins were the most at UU in over a decade (2001). For the second consecutive season, Lowe's Blue Knights finished strong, winning 6 straight to end the campaign and 10 of the final 14. The team carried that momentum in the 2013 season, Lowe's third at the helm. Urbana opened the year with 10 straight victories. The 10-0 start was the most successful in program history, and coupled with 2012's 6-game winning streak to end the year, Lowe's Blue Knights won a school-record 16 straight contests. The Blue Knights reached a high-mark of 15-2 before suffering a run of setbacks against opponents that made the regional tournament at the end of the season. Still, Urbana's overall mark of 2018 was the softball program's first season above .500 since 2001. Three Blue Knights earned All-Conference honors. Junior pitcher Haley Kolmerten was named G-MAC Pitcher of the Year, and she became the school's second-ever NCAA D-II Academic All-District First Team honoree. Lowe came to Urbana from the University of Findlay where she spent 4 seasons as an assistant coach The Lowe File following 3 seasons as the Oilers' starting second baseman. She served as team captain as a senior while capturing all-academic accolades from the GLIAC conference. On the field, Lowe was named the Birth date ............................ 12/30/83 in Jackson, Mich. team's top defensive player while batting .255 with 26 extra-base hits and 35 RBIs. During her time at High School ............ Vandercook Lake HS (Jackson, Mich.) Findlay, Lowe earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree. She received a Bachelor of Science in Education .............................. University of Findlay, 2006 Integrated Mathematics AYA Education in December of 2006. Two years later, she completed her .................... B.S. in Integrated Mathematics/AYA Education Master's Degree in Education, with a Human Resource Development Strand and an Emphasis on Leadership. ..................................................... University of Findlay, 2008

...... Master’s Degree in Education with a Human Resources

Originally from Jackson, Michigan, Lowe also played a year of varsity softball at Division I Eastern ........ Development Strand and an emphasis on Leadership Michigan University, and she's served as a head coach of the Wizards, a summer league softball Record at Urbana (Years) .......................... 59-69-1 (4th) organization in Toledo. Her new position at Urbana is her first collegiate head coaching gig. Currently residing in Springfield, Danielle is married to Kyle Thwaits.Together, they have a daughter, Kenley, born Overall Coaching Record (Years) .............. 59-69-1 (4th) College Playing Honors ............................ Team Captain in May of 2013.

.. GLIAC All-Academic Team, Team’s Best Defensive Player

PITCHING COACH JEFF EICHELBERGER EMAIL: jeichelberger@urbana.edu Jeff Eichelberger joined the Blue Knight coaching staff in the fall of 2008, serving his first season as an assistant coach in 2009. For 2 years under Head Coach Nikki Pluger, Eichelberger's primary focus was on the pitching staff for the Blue Knights. Eichelberger retained those duties under new Head Coach Dani Lowe, who took over the softball program after the 2010 campaign. This past spring, he completed his fifth season with the Blue Knight softball program. Eichelberger's top 2 pitchers, juniors Lauren Anderson and Haley Kolmerten, are two of the most decorated pitchers in program history. Kolmerten was named G-MAC Pitcher of the Year and First Team All-Conference as a junior. She also became the school's second NCAA D-II Academic All-District First Team selection this past spring. Both Kolmerten and Anderson earned Second Team All-ICAA honors in their second year in the program. Kolmerten's selection was her second straight after earning First Team honors under Eichelberger as a freshman. Eichelberger has 15+ years of coaching experience in summer leagues around Ohio, and more than a decade of coaching experience at Northeastern High School in Springfield, Ohio. Jeff currently resides in South Charleston, Ohio with his wife, Jacquie. He has two daughters, Shari and Cari.

ASSISTANT COACH LARRY SPAHR Larry Spahr, or Coach "Lare-Bear" as he's known to the players, joined the Blue Knight softball coaching staff prior to the 2012 fall season. Spahr retired from the active player ranks after over 25 years in the sport. In 2014, Spahr was inducted into the Columbus Slow Pitch Softball Hall of Fame. In addition to his playing career, Spahr has spent several years coaching travel and high school ball in the region. Most recently, Spahr spent the past 5+ years as the Head Softball Coach at Springfield Shawnee High School. His team at Shawnee posted an 85-42 record (.670 winning percentage) over that stretch, earning Spahr County Coach of the Year honors in 2008. Spahr's teams led the 12-team conference in hitting 4 out of his 5 seasons at the helm. Shawnee has scored over 900 runs and swiped 476 bases over Spahr's 5-year reign. Six of Spahr's Shawnee players earned All-Ohio recognition, but Spahr's proudest accomplishment is seeing 4 of his 5 teams place in the Top 20 academically in the state of Ohio. Twelve of his players have received the state's Scholar Athlete Award. Currently, Coach Spahr lives east of Springfield with his wife Bonnie. He has two daughters, Karlieigh (Otterbein, '08) and Kelsee, and a new son-in-law, Andrew Seaman (Wright State, '11). BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ASSISTANT COACH ASHLEY POWELL EMAIL: apowell@urbana.edu Ashley Powell became a member of the Blue Knight Softball Coaching Staff in January of 2013. She also serves as an Admissions Counselor at Urbana University, covering students located in Central and Southeast Ohio. Powell started her coaching career in 2010 in Bradenton, Florida where she spent some time helping the outfielders and slappers at The State College of Florida. Before heading to Florida, Powell played her college ball at nearby NCAA Division I Wright State University. There, she had experience playing the middle infield, outfield and slapping for the Raiders. In 2008, she graduated from Wright State with her B.A. in Psychology. A native of South Vienna, Ohio and a 2003 graduate of Northeastern High School, Powell was a 4-year letter winner in both basketball and softball. She currently resides in Springfield, Ohio.

JENNIFER FREY ATHLETIC TRAINER A native of Marysville, Ohio, Jennifer Frey, joined the Blue Knight Athletic Training Staff as an assistant athletic trainer in August of 2006. She earned her Bachelor of Science in athletic training from Wright State University in 2003. Jennifer also holds a Master of Arts in Education from Cumberland University, which she completed in 2005. Prior to coming to Urbana University, Jennifer was employed by Cumberland University as an athletic trainer. Currently, Jennifer handles women's soccer, men's basketball and softball for the Blue Knights.

CHRIS ANDERS ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS

Chris became Urbana University's Sports Information Director on July 1, 2008, and on June 1, 2011, he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director of Media Relations. Chris oversees and organizes the publicity of Urbana University's 15 intercollegiate athletic programs. He is responsible for the writing and editing of all athletic publications, including media guides, gameday programs, and press releases. Chris also manages the Blue Knights' athletics website, along with the athletic department's social media sites, including the "UUSports" Facebook, YouTube, UStream and Twitter pages. In addition, he helps administer all Blue Knight home games, while handling gameday statistics and live broadcasts for the Blue Knights.

Chris is an active member of the University's Office of Communications, the WEB Board, the Hall of Fame Selection Committee, the Homecoming Committee and COSIDA. He also instructs part-time in the University's Sports Management program. Prior to coming to Urbana University, Chris spent 4 seasons in the front office with the Triple-A Columbus Clippers baseball team. He served as the Assistant Director of Communications and also the Assistant Director of Ticket Operations. Chris is a 2005 graduate of Ohio Northern University. He earned his degree in Sports Management with a Business option and a Coaching Certification. Chris' parents met as students at Urbana University in 1980. Both graduated from Urbana, and both currently teach at area schools. Chris' mother Melanie, a former Blue Knight cheerleader, teaches kindergarten at Urbana North Elementary and his father, a former Blue Knight baseball and basketball player, is a 6th grade teacher at Indian Lake Middle School. Chris currently lives northeast of Urbana with his wife, Jessica. Together, they have a son, Cai, born in February of 2013.

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The 2014 Blue Knight Softball Team – Front row seated (l to r): Cortney Moore, Katelyn Edwards, Coren Braithwaite, Amber Beeman, Caitlyn Everhart, Alexandrea Cox, Danielle Farnlacher, Delina Farnlacher, Nicolette Holthaus, Courtney Stewart. Back Row (standing l to r): Head Coach Danielle Lowe, Assistant Coach Larry Spahr, Melina Hilty, Macie Jenkins, Emily Davis, Ashley Skinner, Haley Jo Kolmerten, Heather Martin, Lauren Anderson, Morgan Haer, Sierra Cronkleton, Assistant Coach Jeff Eichelberger, Assistant Coach Ashley Powell.


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NUMERICAL ROSTER

# Player Pos. B/T Ht. Yr. Hometown/High School (Previous School) 1 Caitlyn Everhart IF R/R 5-7 Fr. New Bremen, Ohio/New Bremen 2 Coren Braithwaite OF L/R 5-4 So. West Jefferson, Ohio/West Jefferson 3 Delina Farnlacher OF R/R 5-3 Fr. Whitehall, Ohio/Whitehall Yearling 4 Alexandrea Cox IF R/R 5-3 Fr. Piqua, Ohio/Piqua 5 Amber Beeman OF L/R 5-4 Jr. Laura, Ohio/Milton-Union 6 Danielle Farnlacher OF R/R 5-3 Fr. Whitehall, Ohio/Whitehall Yearling 7 Cortney Moore* P/UT R/R 5-2 So. Springfield, Ohio/Northeastern 8 Nicolette Holthaus IF R/R 5-4 Fr. Sidney, Ohio/Houston 9 Melina Hilty IF R/R 5-6 Fr. West Mansfield, Ohio/Benjamin Logan 10 Katelyn Edwards IF L/R 5-5 So. Ashland, Ohio/Northwestern 11 Macie Jenkins IF L/L 5-7 Fr. Cable, Ohio/Triad 12 Ashley Skinner C/UT R/R 5-10 Sr. Beavercreek, Ohio/Beavercreek (Darton College) 13 Haley Kolmerten* P R/R 5-9 Sr. West Lafayette, Ohio/Ridgewood 15 Courtney Stewart P/UT L/L 5-6 Fr. Zanesfield, Ohio/Benjamin Logan 17 Heather Martin IF R/R 5-8 Sr. London, Ohio/Madison Plains 19 Morgan Haer C/UT R/R 5-6 So. Tipp City, Ohio/Vandalia-Butler 20 Lauren Anderson* P R/R 5-6 Sr. Newark, Ohio/Newark 21 Sierra Cronkleton IF R/R 5-7 So. East Liberty, Ohio/Benjamin Logan RS Emily Davis C R/R 5-8 Fr. Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Hartley * - Team Captains Head Coach: Danielle Lowe (Findlay, '06, '08), 4th Season Assistant Coaches: Jeff Eichelberger, 6th Season; Larry Spahr, 3rd Season; Ashley Powell, 2nd Season

BLUE KNIGHTS BY THE NUMBERS BY CLASS Seniors: Juniors: Sophomores: Freshmen:

BY COLLEGIATE EXPERIENCE (Team Average: 29 Games)

100+ Games: 1 (Skinner) 75-99 Games: 3 (Martin, Kolmerten, Beeman) 50-74 Games: 1 25-49 Games: 3 1-24 Games: 1 0 Games: 10 BY POSITION Pitchers: Catchers: Infielders: Outfielders: Utility:

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# Player Ht Yr Pos. B/T Hometown High School/Prev. School 20 Lauren Anderson* P R/R 5-6 Sr. Newark, Ohio/Newark 5 Amber Beeman OF L/R 5-4 Jr. Laura, Ohio/Milton-Union 2 Coren Braithwaite OF L/R 5-4 So. West Jefferson, Ohio/West Jefferson 4 Alexandrea Cox IF R/R 5-3 Fr. Piqua, Ohio/Piqua 21 Sierra Cronkleton IF R/R 5-7 So. East Liberty, Ohio/Benjamin Logan RS Emily Davis C R/R 5-8 Fr. Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Hartley 10 Katelyn Edwards IF L/R 5-5 So. Ashland, Ohio/Northwestern 1 Caitlyn Everhart IF R/R 5-7 Fr. New Bremen, Ohio/New Bremen 6 Danielle Farnlacher OF R/R 5-3 Fr. Whitehall, Ohio/Whitehall Yearling 3 Delina Farnlacher OF R/R 5-3 Fr. Whitehall, Ohio/Whitehall Yearling 19 Morgan Haer C/UT R/R 5-6 So. Tipp City, Ohio/Vandalia-Butler 9 Melina Hilty IF R/R 5-6 Fr. West Mansfield, Ohio/Benjamin Logan 8 Nicolette Holthaus IF R/R 5-4 Fr. Sidney, Ohio/Houston 11 Macie Jenkins IF L/L 5-7 Fr. Cable, Ohio/Triad 13 Haley Kolmerten* P R/R 5-9 Sr. West Lafayette, Ohio/Ridgewood 17 Heather Martin IF R/R 5-8 Sr. London, Ohio/Madison Plains 7 Cortney Moore* P/UT R/R 5-2 So. Springfield, Ohio/Northeastern 12 Ashley Skinner C/UT R/R 5-10 Sr. Beavercreek, Ohio/Beavercreek (Darton College) 15 Courtney Stewart P/UT L/L 5-6 Fr. Zanesfield, Ohio/Benjamin Logan * - Team Captains Head Coach: Danielle Lowe (Findlay, '06, '08), 4th Season Assistant Coaches: Jeff Eichelberger, Larry Spahr, Ashley Powell

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Eichelberger: Delina: Farnlacher: Haer: Holthaus: Kolmerten: Lowe: Spahr:

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SENIOR Z5-10 ZC/UTIL ZR/R ZBEAVERCREEK, OHIO/BEAVERCREEK HS/DARTON

Ashley Skinner's Career UU Stats Year 2012 2013 Totals

Avg. .387 .412 .398

GP-GS 44-43 34-33 78-76

AB R 124 24 97 24 221 48

H 48 40 88

2B 8 11 19

3B 3 2 5

HR 4 7 11

RBI 42 26 68

SLG% .597 .784 .679

BB 12 10 22

HBP 2 6 8

OB% .437 .491 .461

SAC 5 4 9

SB-ATT 9-9 5-5 14-14

PO A 82 53 150 12 232 65

E FLD% 13 .912 4 .976 17 .946

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Played in 34 games and started 33 of them...Skinner performed really well this season and you can tell by her season stats: Batting Average-.412 (1st on team)..Slugging %-.784 (1st on team)..OBP-.491 (1st on team)..RBI's-26 (1st on team)..Doubles-11 (1st on team)..Triples-2 (T1st on team)..Home Runs-7 (1st on team)..Total Bases-76 (1st on team)..Hit by Pitch-6 (1st on team)..Walks-10 (3rd on team)..Stolen Bases-5 (2nd on team)..Runs-24 (2nd on team)..Hits-40 (2nd on team)...She updated some of the season records, Highest Batting Average-.412 (7th)..Slugging %-.784 (2nd)..OBP-.491 (1st)..Most Home Runs-7 (2nd)..Most hit by pitch-6 (1st).. Most Doubles-11 (10th)..Most Total Bases-76 (8th)..Skinner also improved some of her career records such as, Batting Average-.398 (1st)..Slugging %-.679 (1st)..OBP-.461 (2nd)..Home Runs-11 (5th)..Total Bases-150 (9th)...She earned All-Conference honors at catcher from the G-MAC...Named G-MAC Offensive Player of the Week on 3/12 after helping guide the Blue Knights to a perfect 7-0 start over spring break, while hitting .647 (11-17)...Recorded a hit and a run scored in each game played over break, and had an RBI in 6 of the 7 games...Recorded 4 doubles, a triple and 3 home runs to accumulate a 1.529 slugging percentage...Also reached base twice via the walk and twice after being hit by a pitch for a .714 on-base percentage...Overall she scored 10 runs, drove in 11 and was safe on her only stolen base attempt of the season...Over spring break, Urbana allowed only two runs - meaning Skinner outscored the opponents by herself with three homeruns in seven games...Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. 2012 - Named First Team All-ICAA in the infield...Named First Team All-OIC at the utility position...Earned her 1st career Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week award on 4/20/12...Played in 44 of 50 games as a first-year Blue Knight...Led the team with a batting average of .387...Led UU in RBI's with 42...Slugged .597...On-base percentage of .437...Hit 4 home runs, 3 triples, and 8 doubles. 2011 - Ashley redshirted her first season at Urbana University. College Notes: Ashley played 38 games as a freshman for Darton Community College in Albany, Georgia in the spring of 2010 for Coach David Dews...Cavs finished 25-19...Ashley tallied 7 HRs, 21 runs and 24 RBIs in 108 ABs as a catcher and utility player...Batted .287 with a .307 OBP...Recorded just 1 error on the year...Smashed home runs in each of her first 2 collegiate games (a DH vs. Andrew College on 2/3/10)...Three times, she recorded 3 Skinner’s UU Career Highs RBIs in a game...Collected a pair of dingers in a game vs. Marion Military Institute on 3/13/ Hits: 4 at Cedarville (4/25/13) 10...Named to the All-Tournament First Team. Doubles:

Prep Notes: Two-time Player of the Year at Beavercreek High School for Coach Joyce 2, twice, last at Malone (4/27/12) Dustin...Earned 1st Team All-Conference and helped Beavercreek win a pair of conference Home Runs: titles.

2 vs. Salem International (4/22/12)

Personal: Daughter of Dan and Kathy Skinner...Born January 15, 1991.

Runs: 3 vs. Salem International (4/22/12) RBIs: 4 vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (4/4/12) Walks: 2, twice, last vs. Ursuline College (5/2/13) Putouts: 15 at Salem International (4/7/13) Assists: 5, three times, last at. Malone (4/27/12)

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#13 HALEY KOLMERTEN SENIOR Z5-9 ZP ZR/R ZWEST LAFAYETTE, OHIO/RIDGEWOOD HS

Haley Kolmerten's Career Pitching Stats Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

ERA 1.94 2.99 2.62 2.52

W-L 9-7 11-6 11-9 31-22

App 21 26 21 68

GS 15 18 18 51

CG 10 10 12 32

SHO 0 2 2 4

SV 2 2 1 5

IP 108.1 107.2 112.1 328.1

H 114 110 88 312

ER 30 46 42 118

BB 28 35 44 107

SO 106 105 148 359

B/Avg .263 .259 .213 .245

Blue Knight Notes: 2014 - Named team captain. 2013 - Recipient of the Athletic Department's Community Service Award at the All-Sports Athletic Banquet on 4/27/13...Named G-MAC Pitcher of the Year and All-Conference...Became the 1st female Blue Knight of the NCAA D-II era to earn Capital One Academic All-District First Team honors...Earned G-MAC Academic All-Conference honors...Named G-MAC Pitcher of the Week on 3/12 after the team opened the season a perfect 7-0 on Spring Break...Kolmerten went 4-0 on the week, recording 2 CG shutouts, one combined shutout, and 3 total CGs...Tied the school record for career shutouts with her 4th one...In the team’s two most difficult games, Kolmerten earned the win in each, a 4-2 win over Randolph and a 2-0 shutout of Eastern. She totaled 21 innings, allowing two runs - one earned - for a 0.33 earned run average. She had an amazing 40 strikeouts to average almost 2 strikeouts each inning pitched...Her best outing came against Robert Morris University, as she threw a 6-inning complete game, allowing only one hit and recorded a strike out 14 on 18 of the outs she recorded...Picked up her 2nd POTW award on 3/25 after improving to a perfect 7-0 with back-to-back CG victories on Friday night and Saturday afternoon vs. West Liberty & Ursuline...On Friday, she carried a perfect game into the 5th inning against WLU, finishing with 10 strikeouts, no walks and 2 hits in Urbana’s 2-1 victory...Less than 24 hours later, Kolmerten tossed a 3-hitter and struck out 12 in Urbana's G-MAC debut, a 6-1 win over Ursuline...Also helped herself out with the bat, finishing 2 for 3 at the plate with a double, a run and a pair of RBIs...Kolmerten has gone the distance in each of her last 6 starts, striking out at least 9 batters each time...Won back-to-back G-MAC POTW Awards and her 3rd overall on 4/1 after scattering 5 hits and allowed 2 runs in a 3-2 win over Wayne State...After 8 games, Kolmerten had more difference between her strikeouts and walks (+65 strikeouts) than any other player in the G-MAC had total strikeouts...The win over WSU was the 28th of her career, which establishes a new team-record at Urbana in just over 2 seasons for the junior. As of last week, Kolmerten had helped lead her team to the nation’s lowest earned run average (0.83)...Her 8-0 record in eight games pitched ranks 81st in the nation for total wins, however only three players in the nation have more win and a perfect record, the highest being 14-0...President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)...Haley played in 23 games this season and started 18 of them...She updated a few season records such as, Most shutouts-2 (T2nd)..Most shutout per 7 inning game-9.22 (1st)..Most Wins-11 (T4th)..Most Complete Games-12 (7th)..Most strikeouts-148 (1st)...Kolmerton also update her career numbers with, Lowest ERA-2.52 (2nd)..Most Wins-31 (1st)..Most Saves-5 (1st)..Complete Games-32 (3rd)..Shutouts-4 (t1st)..Most Strikeouts-359 (1st). Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. 2012 - Named Second Team All-ICAA... Team Captain...Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll...Appeared in 26 of 50 games on the mound for the Blue Knights...Pitched a total of 107.2 innings (2nd on the squad) with an ERA of 2.99...Led the team in strikeout for the second consecutive season (105)...Already the all-time career strikeouts leader at UU with 211 in 2 seasons on the mound...Opponents batted just .259 off Kolmerten. 2011 - Earned 1st Team D-II All-Independent honors...Named team's Most Valuable Pitcher at the 2011 All-Sports Athletic Banquet on 4/30/ 11...Earned Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week honors after an incredible debut at Bellarmine where she threw a complete game, allowing just 5 hits and 1 run while striking out 8 in a 2-1 win, UU's 1st of the 2011 season...Her 8 K's in her debut was the most by a Blue Knight in a single game since May of '07...2 of her 8 K's came in the bottom of the 7th with the bases loaded and nobody out...Threw at least 7 innings in each of her first 5 career starts...Led the team in ERA (1.94; 2nd lowest in UU history), opponents' BA (.263), W-L pct (.563), wins (9; tied for 5th most at UU), saves (2; tied for most in a single season at UU), IP (108.1), K's (106; school record), pitching appearances (21), games started (15), runs allowed (60), and earned runs allowed (30)...Averaged 5.16 innings per outing...Struck out 6.85 batters per 7.0 innings (most ever by a Blue Knight pitcher)...Team was 7-7-1 in her 15 starts on the mound...Struck out a career-high 11 batters in back-to-back starts (vs. Millersville 3/6 and vs. Southern New Hampshire 3/8)...Allowed just 7 earned runs over her final 8 appearances (38.2 innings), finishing 5-1 over that stretch...Earned her first career save by throwing the final 2.2 innings in an 11-10 win over NDC on 3/19 in the Blue Knight Invite...Earned her 2nd career save by striking out 3 over the the final 2 innings of a 5-4 win at NAIA nationally ranked Marian...After just one season on the mound, she is 3rd all-time in career strikeouts, needing just 100 more for the career record (she recorded her 100th career K in her 104th inning of action in the 7th inning of her save at Marian on 4/29)...Picked up a hit, a walk and 2 runs scored in 9 at-bats...Named to the Athletic Director's Fall & Spring Honor Roll. Prep Notes: A 4-year starter at Ridgewood HS for Coach Kirby Shivers...3 year team MVP award recipient...In 2010, named East Dirt Player of the Year, and also named first team all-state, all-district, all-conference...In 2009, named second team all-state, first team all-district, first team all-conference...In 2008, named first team all-district, second team allconferene...In 2007, named second team all-conference...Set school records for career wins (47), games pitched (93), single-season ERA (0.45), single-season strikeouts (294), and career strikeouts (717)...Played club ball for the Ohio Extreme. Personal: Daughter of Keith and Malenda Kolmerten...Born February 29, 1992...Business Management major at UU.

Kolmerten’s Career Highs Innings Pitched: 9.0 at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Innings Pitched in Relief: 5.0 vs. Cedarville (4/25/13) Strikeouts: 15, vs. Salem International (4/7/13) Saves: 5, last at Cedarville (4/1/13) Putouts: 3 vs. Trevecca Nazarene (4/6/13) Assists: 2, seven times, last vs. Cedarville University (5/2/13) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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HEATHER

MARTIN

SENIOR Z5-8 Z1B ZR/R ZLONDON, OHIO/MADISON PLAINS HS

Heather Martin's Career Stats Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

Avg. .293 .212 .157 .243

GP-GS 24-7 35-21 30-26 89-54

AB 41 66 51 158

R 1 2 2 5

H 12 14 8 34

2B 1 1 0 2

3B 1 0 0 1

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 2 9 9 20

SLG% .366 .227 .216 .260

BB 1 8 9 18

HBP 0 0 0 0

OB% .310 .293 .283 .294

SAC 0 2 3 5

SB-ATT 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1

PO A 8 0 93 4 138 6 239 10

E 0 3 3 6

FLD% 1.000 .970 .980 .977

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - For her third season as a Blue Knight Martin, played in 30 games and started 26 of them, all at 1B...Recorded 1 HR in a 2 for 4 day at the plate at Malone in her 1st game in Ohio...Came in the midst of a 4-game hitting streak, her longest of the season...Steadily climbing the Career Fielding Percentage record books, currently sitting in 3rd place all-time with a .977 mark....Also tied for 7th with 8 career double plays...Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. 2012 - Appeared in 35 of 50 games in her second season for Urbana,,,Batted .212 on the season... Posted an on-base percentage of .293...Fielding percentage of .970 with 93 putouts at first base...Went 2 for 2 with a walk, an RBI, and a run in one of her best games of the season April 15 against Rio Grande. 2011 - Appeared in 24 games, making 7 starts (6 at DP, 1 at 1B) as a true freshman...Hit .300 (6 for 20) as the starting DP...Team's leading pinch hitter, connecting on 5 of 14 attempts (.357), rest of team was 1 for 13 (.077) on pinch hit attempts...Made a team-high 17 appearances as a sub...Errorless in 8 chances at 1B...First career base hit was a triple on 3/10 on Spring Break vs. nationally ranked West Virginia Wesleyan...Collected a career-high 3 hits in a start at MVNU on 4/21 (3 for 4, 1st career 2B, run)...Stole 1st career base in the season finale vs. Wittenberg. Prep Notes: 4-year varsity letterwinner for Coach Kevin Stockham at Madison Plains HS...All District Honorable Mention...Team won the SCOL 3 out of her 4 seasons...Earned 2nd Team All-SCOL and 1st Team All-Madison County Dream Team...Named Academic Scholar Athlete...Hit .479 with 4 HRs and 31 RBIs in a season...Played travel ball for the Heart of Ohio Heartbreakers for Coach Ralph Miller, hitting .305 with 4 HRs and a .983 fielding percentage in 2009...Also lettered in tennis and volleyball. Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Becky Martin with 3 siblings...born November 11, 1991...Communications major at UU.

Martin’s Career Highs Hits: 3 vs. MVNU (4/21/11) Doubles: 1, twice, last at Findlay (3/13/12) Home Runs: 1 at Malone (3/15/13) Runs: 1, five times, last at Notre Dame (4/14/13) RBIs: 2, five times, last at. Cedarville (4/1/13) Stolen Bases: 1 vs. Wittenberg (5/1/11) Walks: 1, nine times, last at Trevecca Nazarene (4/20/13) Putouts: 14 at Findlay (4/4/13) Assists: 2, twice, last vs. Salem International (4/7/13) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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#20 LAUREN ANDERSON SENIOR Z5-6 ZP ZR/R ZNEWARK, OHIO/NEWARK HS

Lauren Anderson's Career Pitching Stats Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

ERA 7.38 2.94 3.46 3.60

W-L 1-2 12-13 8-9 21-24

App 17 30 20 67

GS 4 23 18 45

CG 0 13 10 23

SHO 0 2 2 4

SV 0 1 0 1

IP 30.1 150.0 105.1 285.2

H 58 173 138 369

ER 32 63 52 147

BB 10 39 28 77

SO 23 103 72 198

B/Avg .397 .283 .304 .304

Blue Knight Notes: 2014 - Named team captain. 2013 - Lauren played in 21 games and started 18 of them...She also set a few season records this year, including Most shutouts-2 (T2nd)...Most strikeouts per 7 innings-4.79 (5th)...Most complete games-10 (9th)...Most strikeouts-72 (7th)...After this season Lauren also updated some of her career records, including Lowest ERA-3.60 (T4th)...Most Wins-21 (5th)...Most shutouts-4 (T1st)...Most strikeouts-198 (3rd). 2012 - Appeared in 30 of 50 games on the mound for the Blue Knights...ERA of 2.94...Pitched a team-high 150 innings...Struck out a total of 103 opponents with 27 of them looking...Named Second Team All-ICAA...Named Honorable Mention All-OIC...Began her second season by earning her first career Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week award for her Week 1 performance in Florida on Spring Break. 2011 - Made 17 appearances on the mound, including 4 starts as a true freshman...Team was 3-1 in her 4 starts, including a 4-3 win over #13 Indianapolis on 4/15 (Allowed 3 hits, 2 runs and struck out 3 over 3 IP)...Earned her first career victory in relief on 3/19 vs. NDC (UU won 11-10, as Anderson allowed 3 hits and 0 ER over 2.2 IP)...Finished 2nd in appearances and first in games finished (11) for the Blue Knights...Struck out 23 in 30.1 innings, finishing 2nd in K's/7 IP (5.31)...Recorded a season-high 4 K's twice (at Trine on 3/26 and at SSU 4/17)...Allowed just 2 ERs over 4 relief appearances from 3/19-3/26 (7.1 IP). Prep Notes: Four-year varsity player at Newark High School for Coach Jamie Sheperd...Named First Team All-OCC and First Team AllAdvocate...Selected to play in The Cup in 2010 where she won Defensive Player of the Tournament. Personal: Daughter of Bruce and Gail Anderson...Born July 3, 1992.

Anderson’s Career Highs Innings Pitched: 8.0 vs. Ursuline College (3/23/13) Innings Pitched in Relief: 4.2, twice, last vs. Ashland University (3/15/12) Strikeouts: 14 vs. Eastern University (3/6/13) Saves: 1 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (3/28/12) Putouts: 1, three times, last at Notre Dame (4/14/13) Assists: 4 vs. Walsh (5/4/12) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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AMBER

BEEMAN

JUNIOR Z5-4ZSS/OF ZL/R ZLAURA, OHIO/MILTON-UNION HS

Amber Beeman's Career Stats Year 2012 2013 Totals

Avg. .176 .274 .228

GP-GS 39-34 38-37 77-71

AB R 85 14 95 13 180 27

H 15 26 41

2B 1 3 4

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 5 4 9

SLG% .188 .305 .250

BB 5 9 14

HBP 0 1 1

OB% .222 .343 .287

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - In her second season as a Blue Knight, Beeman played all 38 games and started 37 of them...Made 37 starts in CF...Hit .274 with 3 doubles, 4 RBIs, 9 walks and 2 stolen bases...Made just 2 errors all season long patrolling the outfield...Got on base at a .343 clip...Tied for 6th on the team with 26 hits...Had 4 multi-hit games, a season-long 8-game hitting streak from 4/6-4/20 (Batting average raised 42 points to .311 after the streak). 2012 - Played in 39 of 50 games, lettering in her first season as a true freshman...Fielding a percentage of .966 with 41 putouts in the outfield...Tied for second in sacrifices bunts (4) with Kara Atwell and Megan Risner...Stole a total of 7 bases in 7 attempts. Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starter for Coach Curt Shaffer at Milton Union HS...Named Team MVP her senior and sophomore seasons...Earned 2nd Team All-SWBL honors as a junior and senior...Garnered 2nd Team All-Metro honors as a junior...Tabbed team's best defensive player as a sophomore...Earned Honorable Mention All-SWBL as a freshman...Played summer travel ball for the Miami County Blaze, hitting .389 with 32 stolen bases in '09...Also played varsity basketball as a sophomore and junior, garnering team MVP honors and 2nd Team All-SWBL. Personal: Daughter of Jon and Gail.

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SAC 4 0 4

SB-ATT 7-7 2-4 9-11

PO 41 45 86

A 15 2 17

E 2 2 4

FLD% .966 .959 .963

Beeman’s Career Highs Hits: 2, four times, last vs. Cedarville (4/25/13) Doubles: 1, four times, last vs. Ursuline (3/23/13) Runs: 2, twice, last at OU-Chillicothe (4/25/12) RBIs: 2 vs. Ursuline College (5/2/12) Stolen Bases: 2 at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Walks: 1, ten times, last vs. Cedarville (5/3/13) Putouts: 4, three times, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) Assists: 5 vs. Ashland University (3/15/12)


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CORTNEY

MOORE

SOPHOMORE Z5-2 ZP/UTIL. ZR/R ZSPRINGFIELD, OHIO/NORTHEASTERN HS

Cortney Moore's Career Stats Year 2013

Avg. .217

GP-GS 22-5

AB 23

R 1

H 5

2B 2

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 3

SLG% .304

BB 3

HBP 0

OB% .308

SAC 1

SB-ATT 0-0

PO 0

A 5

E 2

FLD% .714

Cortney Moore's Career Pitching Stats Year 2013

ERA 3.95

W-L 1-0

App 12

GS 2

CG 1

SHO 0

SV 2

IP 33.2

H 41

Blue Knight Notes: 2014 - Named team captain. 2013 - Appeared in 22 games and started 7 of them (5 at DP, 2 as a pitcher) in her rookie season...Hit .217, recording 5 hits, including 2 doubles, in 23 at-bats...Reached 3 more times on walks, posting a .308 OBP...slugged .304...Tallied 3 RBIs...On the mound, posted a 1-0 record and 3.95 ERA in 12 appearances...Recorded 2 saves this season, which was tied for 1st on the team...Threw all 9 innings of a 2-1 win at Notre Dame College on 4/14/13 (allowed 7 hits, 1 earned run in the win)...Team won her other start, a 5-4 decision over Cedarville on 4/25 (Threw 5 innings, allowing 8 hits, 4 earned runs while striking out a season-high 4 batters)...Also a member of the Blue Knight cheerleading squad...Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. 2012 - Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Earned First Team All-OHC honors as a pitcher for 4 straight years for Coach Randy Elzey at Northeastern HS... As a junior, she batted .328 with 6 home runs, earning All-Metro and All-District honors...Led the Jets to an appearance in the District Championship... Fired a no-hitter with 9 strikeouts for the Jets in an OHC win over Springfield Catholic Central...Also earned Offensive Player of the Year, MVP and scholar-athlete honors. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Julie Moore...Early Childhood and Special Education major at Urbana University...Born January 9, 1994.

#10

KATELYN

ER 19

BB 6

SO 16

B/Avg .285

Moore’s Career Highs Innings Pitched: 9.0 at Notre Dame (4/14/13) Innings Pitched in Relief: 4.0 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/4/13) Strikeouts: 4 vs. Cedarville (4/25/13) Saves: 1, twice, last at Malone (3/15/13) Hits: 1, five times, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) Doubles: 1, twice, last vs. Cedarville (4/25/13) Runs: 1 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/4/13) RBIs: 2 at Cedarville (4/1/13) Walks: 2 at Malone (3/15/13) Assists: 2 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/4/13)

EDWARDS

SOPHOMORE Z5-5 ZINF ZL/R ZASHLAND, OHIO/NORTHWESTERN HS

Katelyn Edwards' Career Stats Year 2013

Avg. .310

GP-GS 33-30

AB 84

R 8

H 26

2B 5

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 11

SLG% .369

BB 8

HBP 4

OB% .388

Blue Knight Notes: 2014 - Switched from #15 to #10 before her sophomore season. 2013 - Edwards played in 33 of the 38 games during her freshman season...Started in 30 of them (12 at 1B, 16 at 3B, and 2 at DP)...Team was 10-2 when she started at 1B...Hit .310, which was 4th on the team amongst hitters with at least 100 plate appearances...Collected 5 doubles, 11 RBI, 8 walks, 4 HBP's, and made just 3 errors all season long...Reached base at a .388 clip and slugged .369...Ended year on a 5-game hitting streak, her longest of the season...Had 6 multi-hit games, including a 3-hit game vs. SIU on 4/7...Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. 2012 - Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll.

SAC 4

SB-ATT 0-0

PO 66

A 25

E 3

FLD% .968

Edwards’ Career Highs

Hits: 3 vs. Salem International (4/7/13) Doubles: 1, five times, last vs. Cedarville (5/2/13) Runs: 2 vs. Aloysius College (3/4/13) RBIs: 2 vs. Cedarville (5/2/13) Walks: 2 vs. Cedarville (5/2/13) Putouts: Prep Notes: Corner infielder from Northwestern High School in central Ohio 9 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/4/13) where she played for Coach Scott Hershey...3-time offensive MVP entered Assists: her senior season with two First Team All-WCAL selections and two All- 4 vs. Lewis University (4/2/13)

District nods...As a junior, the left-handed hitting Edwards tied the state record for most home runs in a game when she clubbed three against Smithville. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Chris Edwards...Accounting major at Urbana...Born April 30, 1994.

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MORGAN

HAER

SOPHOMORE Z5-6 ZC/UTIL ZR/R ZTIPP CITY, OHIO/VANDALIA-BUTLER HS

Morgan Haer's Career Stats Year 2013

Avg. .287

GP-GS 35-31

AB 101

R 7

H 29

2B 10

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 20

SLG% .386

BB 5

HBP 0

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Haer played in 35 games and started 31...For the season, she was 2nd in RBI's (20) and Doubles (10)...She even got herself a spot in the record book as a freshman with Most Doubles-10 (12th all-time in a single season). Prep Notes: First Team All-Conference performer at Vandalia-Butler High School for Coach Cortney Bastian...Has experience playing third base, shortstop, pitcher and catcher...As a sophomore, Haer led the team in batting average, hitting .447 and slugging .539 for the GWOC North Division Champs...Also earned 2nd Team All-Southwest Ohio Metro in 2010 and named team's Offensive Player of the Year...MVP player at the Queen of Diamonds South College Showcase in South Carolina @ Winthrop University in September 2010.

OB% .321

SAC 1

SB-ATT 0-0

PO 100

A 8

E 2

FLD% .982

Haer’s Career Highs Hits: 3 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/4/13) Doubles: 2, twice, last at Trevecca Nazarene (4/20/13) Runs: 1, seven times, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) RBIs: 3, four times, last at Malone (3/15/13) Walks: 2 vs. Ursuline College (5/2/13) Putouts: 14 vs. Robert Morris-Springfield (3/8/13) Assists: 2, twice, last vs. Cedarville (4/25/13)

#21 SIERRA CRONKLETON SOPHOMORE Z5-7 ZINF ZR/R ZEAST LIBERTY, OHIO/BENJAMIN LOGAN HS

Sierra Cronkleton’s Career Stats Year 2013

Avg. .184

GP-GS 21-11

AB 49

R 2

H 9

2B 3

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 6

SLG% .245

BB 2

HBP 0

OB% .216

SAC 0

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Played 21 of 38 games and started 11 of them (1 at Catcher, 6 as DP, and 4 at 3B)...Hit .184 with 3 doubles, 2 walks and 6 RBIs...Collected a hit and RBI in 3 straight games from 4/20-25 (2 hits were doubles). Prep Notes: Cronkleton comes to Urbana University from Benjamin Logan High School where she played for Coach John Stahl...4-time All-Area selection hit a blistering .574 as a senior with 18 doubles, 3 triples, 3 home runs and 40 RBIs for a Raider squad that won the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River division championship...Broke her own school record for batting average, doubles, RBIs and hits (58)...Set new school career records for doubles (46), RBIs (114), and hits (180)....Senior captain earned 1st Team All-Ohio, CBC Player of the Year honors, as well as 1st Team All-CBC for the third straight season....As a junior, Cronkleton hit .543, breaking a school record while leading the team in home runs, on-base percentage and slugging percentage for the second consecutive season...Earned Second Team All-Ohio honors...Earned an All-Metro Award as a sophomore...In addition to her 4 varsity letters in softball, Cronkleton also lettered twice in track in field. Personal: Daughter of Doug and Kelly Cronkleton...Will study Athletic Training at Urbana...Born January 28, 1994.

#2

COREN

SB-ATT 0-0

PO 18

A 6

E 7

FLD% .774

Cronkleton’s Career Highs Hits: 2, twice, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) Doubles: 1, three times, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) Runs: 1, twice, last vs. Ursuline (5/2/13) RBIs: 1, six times, last vs. Cedarville (5/3/13) Walks: 1, twice, last vs. Cedarville (5/2/13) Putouts: 6 vs. La Roche (3/5/13) Assists: 2, twice, last at Ashland (4/23/13)

BRAITHWAITE

SOPHOMORE Z5-4 ZOF ZL/R ZW. JEFFERSON, OHIO/W. JEFFERSON HS/ASHLAND

Blue Knight Notes: 2013-14: Also a member of the Blue Knight cheerleading squad. College Notes: Transferred to UU from Ashland University. Prep Notes: 3-time All-Conference player at West Jefferson HS...Named 1st Team, 2nd Team and Honorable Mention AllLeague...Recipient of the team's Roughrider Award and Barb Butler Award. Personal: Daughter of Denny and Birdie Braithwaite...Born November 12, 1993...Bats left handed, throws right handed...Early Childhood Education major at UU. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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CAITLYN

EVERHART

FRESHMAN Z5-7 ZSS ZR/R ZNEW BREMEN, OHIO/NEW BREMEN HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Left-handed hitting shortstop that recently moved to New Bremen, Ohio, where she suited up for the Cardinals as a senior...Previously, Everhart played at Mount Gilead High School before tearing her ACL and missing her junior season...In her last action, the summer following her sophomore year, Everhart hit .339 and slugged .669 for her club team...Finished with 9 home runs, 4 triples, 7 doubles, 9 stolen bases, 49 RBIs, and 36 runs scored in 44 games. Personal: Daughter of James and Susan Everhart...Intends to major in Exercise Science at Urbana University.

#3

DELINA

FARNLACHER

FRESHMAN Z5-3ZOF ZR/R ZWHITEHALL, OHIO/WHITEHALL YEARLING HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starters for the Rams...Named Second Team All-League as a sophomore and Honorable Mention All-League as a junior...As a senior, she was named First Team All-Mid-State League and Second Team All-District...Received the Rams' Spirit award...A Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete Nominee and received the OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award...As a senior co-captain, Delina led the team in on base percentage and tied her twin sister for the lead in runs scored...Also played varsity volleyball for 3 years and served as co-captain her senior year...Had 132 digs and 23 aces her last season...4year member of the symphonic band which took a one at state competition in 2010 and a two at state competition in 2013...State Board of Education Award of Merit recipient and a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Phil and Sandra Farnlacher...Twin sister Danielle also plays softball for the Blue Knights...Athletic Training and Pre-Physical Therapy major at Urbana University.

#4

ALEXANDREA

FRESHMAN Z5-3 ZINF ZR/R ZPIQUA, OHIO/PIQUA HS

COX

Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starter for the Indians...Entering her senior season, Cox had been named All-GWOC three times, including a Second Team selection as a junior...Recipient of a Scholar Athlete Award as well as the Athletic Spirit Booster Award...Led her squad in on-base percentage as a junior...Has experience playing in major tournaments...Her teams won the 2006 ASA and NSA Ohio State Championships, and she played in the 2006 and 2010 Softball World Series...In addition to softball, Cox also played two seasons of varsity soccer at Piqua, and she was also a member of the state champion concert choir in 2012...Served her student body as FCCLA Class President and Secretary in 2010 and 2012, respectively. Personal: Daughter of Jonathan Cox...Plans to major in Special Education at Urbana University.

#6 DANIELLE FARNLACHER FRESHMAN Z5-3ZOF ZR/R ZWHITEHALL, OHIO/WHITEHALL YEARLING HS

Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starters for the Rams...Named Mid-State League Honorable Mention as a freshman and again as a junior...Her senior year, she was named Second Team All-League and Honorable Mention All-District...Received the Rams Offensive Player of the Year award and the Agonis Club Scholar Athlete Award...Led the team in hitting and was tied for the team lead in runs and RBIs as a senior...Served as a co-captain, and also played varsity volleyball for 3 years...As a senior for the Rams, she had 88 kills and 19 aces...Off the field, she was a 4-year member of the symphonic band, a member of the National Honor Society and a State Board of Education Award of Merit recipient. Personal: Daughter of Phil and Sandra Farnlacher...Twin sister Delina also plays softball for the Blue Knights...Athletic Training and Pre-Physical Therapy major at Urbana University.

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Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Running cross country in the fall, Holthaus averaged a 23:01 5K time this season which was 3rd fastest on the team...Her fastest 5k this season was a 21:11 at the Ohio University Invite...She has the 4th, 5th, and 6th fastest times on the 5k record book...Holthaus had a 27:30 6k average which was also 3rd fastest on the team...Her fastest 6k was 26:56 at the Cedarville Frienship Invite...Holthaus has the 5th, 7th, and 10th fastest times on the 6k record book...Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Entering her senior season at Houston, Holthaus was a 3-time All-Shelby County selection...As a junior, she earned Honorable Mention All-Ohio as well as Second Team All-Southwest District...Her squad claimed a Shelby County League Championship during her freshman season, finishing as the District Runners-up...As a sophomore and senior, Holthaus was tabbed her team’s best defensive player...Leaves Houston with the all-time career stolen bases record...Picked up 2nd Team All-State honors as a senior...In cross-country, awarded First & Second Team All-County as a junior and senior...Received the Wildcat Award as a freshman and junior...Named Top Runner and qualifed for the Regional Race as a freshman, junior, and senior years. Personal: Also plans on running cross country at Urbana University, becoming the first-ever Blue Knight to pull off that athletic combination...Daughter of David and Gloria Holthaus...Born August 24, 1995...Undecided on her major at Urbana. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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FRESHMAN Z5-6 ZINF ZR/R ZWEST MANSFIELD, OHIO/BENJAMIN LOGAN HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: 2-time First Team All-CBC selection for the Raiders...Has experience catching for another Blue Knight recruit, Ben Logan teammate and pitcher Courtney Stewart...Her 2012 squad, that also featured Stewart, and another Blue Knight, Sierra Cronkleton, won the CBC crown and advanced all the way to the District Championship...Also excels in the classroom, earning CBC All-Academic honors all four years of her prep career. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Alanda Hilty...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Urbana University.

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FRESHMAN Z5-7 ZINF ZL/L ZCABLE, OHIO/TRIAD HS

Prep Notes: Played softball, volleyball and basketball for the Triad Cardinals...Missed her sophomore season with an injury, but bounced back to earn Second Team All-OHC as a junior for the second time in her career...Nailed down All-County Honorable Mention, all while posting a cumulative GPA above 3.0...Also very involved in extra curricular activities during her time at Triad...Member of the choir, FCCLA, Project More, Spanish Club, and she served as a student trainer for the football team and sports editor for the yearbook...Also very active in the local community, volunteering at VanCrest, the Sterling House, and the Ronald McDonald House. Personal: Daughter of Sharma Jenkins...Plans to major in Athletic Training in Urbana University.

#15 COURTNEY STEWART FRESHMAN Z5-6 ZP/UTIL ZL/L ZZANESFIELD, OHIO/BENJAMIN LOGAN HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Named to the A.D.'s Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Played alongside Blue Knights Sierra Cronkleton and Melina Hilty for the 2012 Central Buckeye Conference champs and District runners-up from Ben Logan...As a junior, Stewart earned Second Team All-Ohio honors as the CBC Player of the Year...Lefty was a First Team selection as a sophomore and a junior...This past season, she led the Lady Raiders and the CBC in stolen bases (29) and runs (47)...Hit .448 and slugged .525...On the mound, she led her squad in ERA (1.44), strikeouts (197), and wins (19). Personal: Daughter of Rick and Tracy Stewart of Zanesfield, Ohio...Intends to major in Chemistry at Urbana University.

#18 EMILY DAVIS

FRESHMAN Z5-8 ZC ZR/R ZCOLUMBUS, OHIO/BISHOP HARTLEY HS

Prep Notes: Two-year letterwinner for Coach Meghan Zuercher. Personal: Daughter of Johnny and Chris Davis...Born October 31, 1994...Athletic Training major at Urbana University.

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ABOUT URBANA UNIVERSITY As an independent liberal arts institution, Urbana University’s strength lies in its quality faculty, students, and curriculum supported by strong student services. Urbana University prepares students for a lifetime of leadership and service to society through excellent classroom instruction, real world experiences, community partnerships, and technology. It is the mission of Urbana University to offer a liberal arts education in a small college environment emphasizing student learning through individual attention, excellence in instruction, career-oriented programs, and critical reflection on moral and ethical values.

Campus facilities include a blend of modern and traditional architecture, creating a peaceful and safe setting for learning and interacting with faculty and students. Set on 128 acres, the campus consists of academic and administrative buildings including the modern Lewis and Jean Moore Center for Mathematics and Science, the multipurpose Warren G. Grimes Center, a recently renovated Commons area, a brand new Student Center, a women’s residence hall completed in the fall of 2000, a new men’s residence hall completed in the summer of 2004, and an honors residence hall completed in 2007. State-of-the-art residence halls offer both traditional rooms and suite-style accommodations. Students can participate in the many cultural, educational, recreational and social events held on campus. Movies and professional acts supplement social activities such as dances, ski trips, clubs, Homecoming activities, special entertainment and others. A variety of student organizations provide students numerous opportunities for campus involvement and leadership development. Vocal music and dramatic activities are offered for all interested students and members of the Urbana community. The Performing Arts Department at Urbana seeks to develop the artistic talents of the student body. Urbana University’s Honors Program can provide the knowledge and skills needed to gain acceptance to a graduate or professional school and/or leadership role at home or abroad. It can also prepare you to assume lifelong service to the community, whether local, state, national, or international. The Urbana University Bookstore carries text books, office and school supplies, Blue Knight apparel and merchandise, along with a wide variety of snacks and drinks. Visit Urbana University’s Online Bookstore to purchase a Blue Knight hoodie, hat, or T-shirt at www.urbana.bncollege.com.

1234567890123456789012345678 1234567890123456789012345678 1234567890123456789012345678 1234567890123456789012345678 1234567890123456789012345678 1234567890123456789012345678 URBANA UNIVERSITY FUN FACTS 1234567890123456789012345678 DID YOU KNOW?......... Urbana University is connected to the duPont family famous for the well-known chemical company that sponsors Jeff Gordon’s NASCAR race team? It’s true! T. Coleman duPont graduated from Urbana University Prep School Division in 1879 and went on to become President of the Dupont Chemical Company! Birdie Kim, the 2005 U.S. Open Women’s Golf Champion owes part of her success to one of our alumni? Absolutely. Miles Nixon, an Urbana grad, was Birdie’s caddy! An Urbana University graduate has been in the boxing ring with the likes of Evander Holyfield, Oscar de La Hoya, and George Foreman? Believe it! Brian Garry has officiated over 1400 professional boxing matches including 50 world titles! David Letterman had an Urbana alumnae as a guest MULTIPLE TIMES on his show? You can bet on it! Gretchen Worden, best known for revitalizing the famed Mutter Museum, appeared with Dave many times. One of our former baseball stars played professionally in the Kansas City Royals organization? Yes, it’s true. Pitcher Jaeson Hudnall signed a contract with the Burlington Royals after his junior year in 2008! Urbana University students really can reach for the stars! Seriously. One of our former students, Tom Hennon, has been a crew member on the space shuttle Atlantis, and flown three space missions! The University of Kansas Women’s Resource Center is named after an Urbana alumnae? Dr. Emily Taylor was the original founder of a women’s higher education development program from which OVER 100 women have gone to become college or university presidents or chancellors! An Urbana alumnae was President of the West Virginia Institute of Technology and led them to become one of the best rated comprehensive universities in the country?

Located in a picturesque clearing in the woods at the southwest end of campus, the Urbana University softball field serves as the home of the Blue Knight softball team. During the 2011-12 season, the team upgraded the dugouts, constructed bullpens, added a press box and installed a sound system. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ABOUT URBANA UNIVERSITY Urbana University administers aid from a number of federal and state programs, including Pell Grants, Ohio Instructional Grants, SEOG Grants, Perkins Loans, Student Stafford Loans, and Parent Plus Loans. For more information on financial aid check our website at http://www.urbana.edu/finaid.htm or call the Urbana University office of financial aid at 937-484-1355 or 1-800-7 URBANA ext. 1355. Applicants are encouraged to apply early in their senior year of high school, though there is no stated deadline. While admissions are flexible based on high school achievements and grades, applicants are usually accepted based on having a cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 and an ACT score no less than an “18” (or SAT score of 860). Urbana University is a member of NCAA Division II. The Blue Knight athletic teams compete against NCAA D-I, D-II, D-III and NAIA programs from across the country in 15 intercollegiate sports including: football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s swimming. Women’s lacrosse became the 15th intercollegiate team during the 2010-11 school year, and men’s and women’s bowling club teams were added in 2009. A variety of activities are also offered for student enrichment including: theater, concerts, pep and marching bands, choir, movies, parties, guest speakers, comedians, flag football, intramural basketball, skiing, student newspaper, sand volleyball, indoor pool, student government and nearby outdoor adventure activities (canoeing, rafting, hiking, camping, etc.).

The 27,000-square-feet Student Center is one of Urbana University’s newest on-campus facilities. Features include the Bundy Wellness Center, a lounge, conference and meeting rooms, a snack bar, and a bookstore. Wireless internet is available throughout the facility.

In 2003, a major renovation project was completed at Barclay Hall and adjacent Bailey Hall. The two buildings, which house classrooms, are now connected by an atrium and a secondary walkway.

Urbana University is dedicated to providing superb residence hall facilities to its students. McConnell Hall (above) was completed in the summer of 2007, and Sycamore Residence Hall (left) was completed in 2004.

URBANA UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Allied Health Radiographic Imaging Respiratory Care Business Administration Accounting General Management Human Resource Management Marketing Communication Business Marketing Communications Journalism/Public Relations Theater Computer Information Systems Computer Programming E-business Management Information Systems System Analysis and Design Systems and Network Administration Criminal Justice Education Early Childhood Development Education Early Childhood Education (K-3) Middle Childhood Education (4-9) Adolescent/Young Adult Education (7-12) English Family Studies History Liberal Studies Mathematics Nursing-BSN Completion Program for RN’s only Philosophy and Religion Studies Political Science Pre-Law Psychology Science Biology Chemistry Pre-Dentistry Pre-Medicine Pre-Veterinary Sociology Sports and Health Studies Athletic Training Exercise Science Sports Management Coaching Certificate Graduate Programs of Study Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Classroom Teaching

The Warren G. Grimes Center (left) has been a mainstay on Urbana University’s campus for decades. Located on the south end of campus, the Grimes Center houses the gymnasium, swimming pool, racquetball courts, a new state-of-the-art free weight room, along with all of the athletic staff’s offices and additional classrooms. A sand volleyball court is located behind the Grimes Center. The facility is a hub for almost all student-athlete activity on campus. Student-athletes can be found in Grimes lifting weights, shooting hoops, working out or talking with coaches at all hours of the day. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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2013 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL SEASON STATISTICS Overall Statistics for Urbana University Softball (as of May 03, 2013) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 20-18 Home: 6-8 Away: 6-8 Neutral: 8-2 G-MAC: 5-5 Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 12 Skinner, Ashley.. .412 34-33 97 24 40 11 2 7 26 76 .784 10 6 7 2 .491 1 3 5-5 1 Shultz, Brooke... .383 38-38 128 26 49 3 2 0 13 56 .438 8 0 19 0 .419 0 3 14-17 6 Hakola, Heather.. .352 38-38 105 23 37 7 1 2 18 52 .495 21 3 15 0 .469 1 4 3-5 14 Barney, Bridgette .274 38-38 113 20 31 7 0 0 12 38 .336 9 1 15 0 .331 1 4 1-2 10 Maag, Alyssa..... .218 36-36 101 13 22 5 0 0 5 27 .267 11 0 20 0 .295 0 13 1-2 -------------2 Drake, Taylor.... .500 17-0 8 3 4 1 0 0 1 5 .625 0 0 3 0 .500 0 1 0-0 3 Crosier, Alisha.. .500 1-1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 1 0 0 0 .667 0 0 1-1 8 Toy, Amanda...... .333 3-0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .333 0 0 1 0 .333 0 0 0-0 15 Edwards, Katelyn. .310 33-30 84 8 26 5 0 0 11 31 .369 8 4 15 0 .388 2 2 0-0 19 Haer, Morgan..... .287 35-31 101 7 29 10 0 0 20 39 .386 5 0 14 0 .321 0 1 0-0 5 Beeman, Amber.... .274 38-37 95 13 26 3 0 0 4 29 .305 9 1 17 1 .343 0 0 2-4 7 Moore, Cortney... .217 22-5 23 1 5 2 0 0 3 7 .304 3 0 3 0 .308 0 1 0-0 21 Cronkleton, Sierr .184 21-11 49 2 9 3 0 0 6 12 .245 2 0 12 1 .216 0 0 0-0 13 Kolmerten, Haley. .182 23-18 44 7 8 3 0 0 7 11 .250 4 1 8 0 .265 0 2 0-0 17 Martin, Heather.. .157 30-26 51 2 8 0 0 1 9 11 .216 9 0 10 0 .283 0 3 0-0 4 Atwell, Kara..... .100 9-2 10 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 3 0 3 0 .308 0 0 0-0 20 Anderson, Lauren. .000 21-18 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 1 3 0 .222 0 0 0-0 11 Butts, Ashley.... .000 19-16 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 1 0 .500 0 1 0-0 Totals.............. .290 38-38 1023 155 297 60 5 10 136 397 .388 106 17 166 4 .365 5 38 27-36 Opponents........... .264 38-38 1011 153 267 64 3 22 130 403 .399 78 13 236 4 .323 7 20 30-42 (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP 13 Kolmerten, Haley. 2.62 11-9 21 18 12 2/1 1 112.1 88 55 42 44 148 18 1 10 413 .213 10 20 Anderson, Lauren. 3.46 8-9 20 18 10 2/2 0 105.1 138 73 52 28 72 35 2 7 454 .304 4 -------------7 Moore, Cortney... 3.95 1-0 12 2 1 0/3 2 33.2 41 25 19 6 16 11 0 5 144 .285 1 Totals.............. 3.15 20-18 38 38 23 7/3 3 251.1 267 153 113 78 236 64 3 22 1011 .264 15 Opponents........... 3.28 18-20 38 38 24 6/1 3 249.1 297 155 117 106 166 60 5 10 1023 .290 19 Hitting minimums - 1 Games 3.0 TPA/Game; Pitching minimums - 1 Games 1.0 IP/Game (All games Sorted by Fielding pct) Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% 2013 PB CI BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL HONORS 4 Atwell, Kara..... 2 2 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --- 2013 0 Capital 0 One Academic All-District First Team 2 Drake, Taylor.... 1 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 --0 0 Haley Jo Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 8 Toy, Amanda...... 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 --0 0 19 Haer, Morgan..... 110 100 8 2 .982 0 15 5 .750 2013 3 UU0 Athletics Community Service Award 17 Martin, Heather.. 147 138 6 3 .980 4 0 0 --- Haley 0 Jo0Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 2013 Pitcher of the Year 12 Skinner, Ashley.. 166 150 12 4 .976 1 15 6 .714 6 G-MAC 0 15 Edwards, Katelyn. 94 66 25 3 .968 1 0 0 --- Haley 0 Jo0Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 14 Barney, Bridgette 31 30 0 1 .968 0 0 0 --- 2013 0 G-MAC 0 All-Conference Team 20 Anderson, Lauren. 28 2 25 1 .964 1 19 4 .826 Haley 0 Jo0Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 5 Beeman, Amber.... 49 45 2 2 .959 0 0 0 --- Ashley 0 Skinner, 0 JR, C, Beavercreek, Ohio 11 Butts, Ashley.... 33 8 23 2 .939 1 0 0 --- Brooke 0 0 Shultz, SR, 2B, Lima, Ohio 1 Shultz, Brooke... 124 74 41 9 .927 3 0 0 --0 0 2013 G-MAC Academic All-Conference Team 13 Kolmerten, Haley. 39 17 19 3 .923 1 10 8 .556 0 0 6 Hakola, Heather.. 141 63 67 11 .922 3 0 0 --- Haley 0 Jo0Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio Players of the Week 10 Maag, Alyssa..... 47 39 1 7 .851 0 0 0 --- 2013 0 G-MAC 0 21 Cronkleton, Sierr 31 18 6 7 .774 0 0 0 --- 3/12: 0 Haley 0 Jo Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 7 Moore, Cortney... 7 0 5 2 .714 0 1 0 1.000 4-00 week 0 with 2 CG shutouts, 0.33 ERA, 40 Ks in 21 IP 3 Crosier, Alisha.. 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 --- 3/12: 0 Ashley 0 Skinner, JR, C, Beavercreek, Ohio Totals.............. 1051 753 241 57 .946 7 30 12 .714 Hit9.6470with 4 2Bs, a 3B and 3 HRs and recorded a hit Opponents........... 1146 748 341 57 .950 9 27 9 .750 and 5 a run 0 scored in all 7 games on spring break (UU was 7-0), had an RBI in 6 of the 7 games 3/25: Haley Jo Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio 2013 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL ACADEMIC HONORS Carried perfect game into the 5th vs. WLU, finishing with 2013 Athletic Director’s Spring Honor Roll 10 Kts, no walks and 2 hits in 2-1 win...Less than 24 hours (Minimum GPA of 3.25 or higher; later, Kolmerten tossed a 3-hitter and finished 2 for 3 at Team GPA in the Fall was 3.04) the plate with a double, a run and a pair of RBIs Kara Atwell Amber Beeman 4/1: Haley Jo Kolmerten, JR, P, West Lafayette, Ohio Alisha Crosier Katelyn Edwards Allowed 5 hits in a 3-2 win (her UU record 28th career Morgan Haer Heather Hakola win) over Wayne State Haley Kolmerten Heather Martin 2013 Blue Knight Award Brooke Shultz Bridgette Barney, SR, OF, Medway, Ohio BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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.977 – Heather Martin 2011-current .480 - Jackie Masur (477 AB) 2005-08 210 – Heather Hakola 2010-13 Most chances .456 - Heather Hakola (461 AB) 2010-2013 194 – Brooke Shultz 2009-13 Team Hitting Records 702 - Megan Risner 2010-12 Highest OB% (min. 200 AB) Most walks Highest batting average 701 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 .568 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 65 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 .313 (335/1072) - 1997 681 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 .461 – Ashley Skinner 2012-current 51 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Highest slugging percentage Most putouts .420 - Bobbi Jones 2004-06 46 - Bridgette Barney 2010-13 .424 (454/1072) - 1997 562 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 .412 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Most sacrifice bunts Highest SB percentage 537 - Megan Risner 2010-12 .404 – Heather Hakola 2010-13 46 - Brittany Huenen 2007-10 1.000 (23-23) - 2005 465 - Maria Hendricks 2008-11 .398 - Megan Risner 2010-12 28 - Molly Morris 2004-06 Most games played Most assists .388 – Brooke Shultz 2009-13 Most stolen bases 50 - 2012 454 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 .369 – Bridgette Barney 2010-13 44 - Erica Schroeder 2008-09 Most runs scored 398 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Highest SB% (min. 30 att.) 43 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 246 - 2001 (6.47 per game) 295 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 .906 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 39 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Most hits Most double plays .880 - Erica Schroeder 2008-09 Career Pitching Records 386 - 2007 (8.21 per game) 23 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 .846 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Lowest ERA (min 150 IP) Most doubles 18 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 Most games played 2.25 - Jessica Millis (152.1) 2005 69 - 2007 18 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 167 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 2.52 - Haley Kolmerten (328.1) 2011-current Most triples Most caught stealing by 164 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 3.00 - Andrea Chaney (217.1) 2006-07 14 - 2007 & 2009 163 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 39 - Megan Risner 2010-12 3.60 - Katie Cramer (406.0) 2006-09 Most home runs 157 - Bridgette Barney 2010-13 INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS 3.60 - Tami Lasley (368.0) 2008-11 19 - 2007 154 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 3.60 Lauren Anderson (285.2) 2011-current Most RBIs Single Season Hitting Records Most games started Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game 209 - 2007 Highest batting average (min 50 AB) 164 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 1.06 - Andrea Chaney (217.1 IP) 2006-07 Most total bases .454 - Mandy Van Dyke 1987 162 -Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Most wins 540 - 2007 .430 - Jen Hess (49-114) 1997 157 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 31 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current Most walks .429 - Jackie Masur (45-105) 2008 153 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 27 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 121 - 2012 .427 - Wendy Nance (41-96) 1998 Most at bats 24 - Jen Hess 1997-98 Most stolen bases .421 - Jackie Masur (64-152) 2007 504 - Brooke Shultz 2009-13 22 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 73 - 2009 Highest slugging percentage 489 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 21 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current .854 - Wendy Nance 1998 482 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Team Pitching Records Most saves .784 - Ashley Skinner 2013 477 Jackie Masur 2005-08 Lowest earned run average 5 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current .764 - Mandy Van Dyke 1987 461 Heather Hakola 2010-13 2.95 - 2005 Most appearances Highest OB% Most runs scored Most complete games 83 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 .491 - Ashley Skinner 2013 133 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 29 - 2007 69 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 .474 - Jackie Masur 2008 109 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Most shutouts 68 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current .469 - Heather Hakola 2013 109 Brooke Shultz 2009-13 7 - 2013 67 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current Highest SB% (Min. 8 att.) 92 - Megan Risner 2010-12 Fewest hits allowed Most games started 1.000 - Tiffany Trainer (10-10) 2003 85 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 250 - 1997 67 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 1.000 - Ashley Skinner (9-9) 2012 Most hits Fewest runs allowed 54 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 1.000 - Tiffany Trainer (8-8) 2004 176 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 134 - 2003 51 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current 1.000 - Katie Mallet (8-8) 2006 173 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Fewest home runs allowed 45 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current 1.000 - Mindy Roby (8-8) 2005 169 Brooke Shultz 2009-13 5 -1997 Most complete games Most games played 151 - Megan Risner 2010-12 35 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 Team Fielding Records 50 - Megan Risner 2012 143 - Heather Hakola 2010-13 35 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 Highest fielding percentage 47 - Katie Mallet 2007 Most doubles 32 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current .963 (774-418-46)- 2006 47 - Jackie Masur 2007 37 - Megan Risner 2010-12 Most shutouts Lowest SB against % 47 - Brittany Heunen 2007 35 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 4 - Haley Kolmertern 2011-current .650 (26-40) - 2005 47 - Jessica Tuttle 2007 33 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 4 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current Fewest errors Most games started Most triples 4 - Andrea Chaney 2006-07 46 - 2006 50 - Megan Risner 2012 17 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 4 - Jessica Millis 2005 Double Plays Turned 47 - Katie Mallet 2007 Most home runs 4 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 18 - 2012 47 - Jackie Masur 2007 16 - Linsey Manning 2007-09 Innings pitched 47 - Brittany Heunen 2007 15 - Bobbi Jones 2004-06 INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 406.0 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 47 - Jessica Tuttle 2007 15 - Megan Risner 2010-12 368.0 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 Career Hitting Records Most at bats 12 - Tieana Steele 2009-11 328.1 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current Highest batting average (min. 200 AB) 162 - Erica Schroeder 2009 11 - Ashley Skinner 2012-current 285.2 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current .398 – Ashley Skinner (88-221) 2012-current 161 - Katie Mallet 2007 Most runs batted in 217.1 - Andrea Chaney 2006-07 .369 - Jackie Masur (176-477) 2005-08 157 - Megan Risner 2012 122 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Most strikeouts .359 - Katie Mallet (173-482) 2004-07 152 - Jackie Masur 2007 94 - Megan Risner 2010-12 359 Haley Kolmerten 2011-current .355 - Erica Schroeder (99-279) 2008-09 149 - Brittany Heunen 2007 90 - Linsey Manning 2007-09 206 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 .350 - Megan Risner (151-432) 2010-12 Most runs scored 77 – Heather Hakola 2010-13 198 - Lauren Anderson 2011-current Highest slugging % (min. 200 AB) 50 - Katie Mallet 2007 69 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 .679 – Ashley Skinner (221 AB) 2012-current Career Fielding Records 40 - Erica Schroeder 2009 Most total bases .600 - Katie Mallet (482 AB) 2004-07 Highest fielding% (min. 250 total chances) 38 - Staci Hays 1997 274 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 .599 - Bobbi Jones (207 AB) 2004-06 .981 - Molly Morris 2005-06 36 - Katie Mallet 2005 245 Megan Risner 2010-12 SOFTBALL 2O14 MEDIA GUIDE 32 .567 - Megan Risner (432 AB) 2010-12 BLUE KNIGHT .979 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 35 - Megan Risner 2012 229 - Jackie Masur 2005-08


Most hits 64 - Jackie Masur 2007 61 - Katie Mallet 2007 59 - Erica Schroeder 2009 51 - Megan Risner 2011 51 - Megan Risner 2012 Most doubles 15 - Jackie Masur 2007 13 - Megan (Anderson) Risner 2010 13 - Megan Risner 2012 12 - Heather Hakola 2011 12 - Linsey Manning 2009 Most triples 8 - Wendy Nance 1998 6 - Katie Mallet 2006 5 - Katie Mallet 2005 4 - Erica Schroeder 2009 4 - Jessica Tuttle 2009 Most home runs 9 - Linsey Manning 2009 7 - Ashley Skinner 2013 6 - Megan Risner 2012 6 - Megan Risner 2011 6 - Tieana Steele 2011 6 - Bobbi Jones 2005 6 - Danielle Finley 2008 6 - Wendy Nance 1998 Most runs batted in 57 - Jackie Masur 2007 44 - Linsey Manning 2009 42 - Ashley Skinner 2012 41 - Wendy Nance 1998 39 - Megan Risner 2012 Most total bases 91 - Jackie Masur 2007 88 - Megan Risner 2012 86 - Megan Risner 2011 84 - Katie Mallet 2007 82 - Wendy Nance 1998 Most walks 21 - Heather Hakola 2013 19 - Brittany Heunen 2008 18 - Bobbi Jones 2006 18 - Bridgette Barney 2011 18 - Heather Hakola 2012 Most times hit by pitch 6 - Ashley Skinner 2013 Most sacrifice flies 4 - Ashley Skinner 2012 4 - Bobbi Jones 2004 Most sacrifice bunts 17 - Molly Morris 2005 13 - Brittany Heunen 2007 13 - Brittany Heunen 2009 13 - Alyssa Maag 2013 Most stolen bases 26 - Erica Schroeder 2009 18 - Erica Schroeder 2008 18 - Brittany Heunen 2009 16 - Katie Mallet 2007 14 - Brooke Shultz 2013

Single Season Pitching Records Lowest ERA (min 80 IP) 1.64 - Jen Hess (119 IP) 1997 1.94 - Haley Kolmerten (108.1 IP) 2011

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All-AMC South 1st Team: Bobbi Jones Most chances 2.08 - Jan Finney (145 IP) 2002 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Katie Mallett, Tiffany Trainer 370 - Andrea Wolfe 1997 2.18 - Danielle Finley (83.1 IP) 2008 All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Katie Mallett 263 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 2.25 - Jessica Millis (152.1 IP) 2005 All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Audrey Shade 259 - Ashley Siembieda 2007 Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game 2005: 13-22, 5-9 AMC (6th South Division) Most putouts 0.76 - Andrea Chaney (110.1 IP) 2007 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Jackie Masur, Katie Mallett, Bobbi Jones, 353 - Andrea Wolfe 1997 Most strikeouts/7 inn game Jessica Millis, Marissa Rosenberger 242 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 9.22 - Haley Kolmerten (112.1 IP) 2013 All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Jackie Masur 240 - Ashley Siembieda 2007 6.85 - Haley Kolmerten (108.1 IP) 2011 All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Mindy Roby Most assists 6.83 - Haley Kolmerten (107.2 IP) 2012 2006: 16-22, 2-12 AMC (8th South Division) 138 - Jackie Masur 2007 4.81 - Lauren Anderson (150.0 IP) 2012 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Bobbi Jones 127 - Jackie Masur 2006 4.79 - Lauren Anderson (105.1 IP) 2013 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Jackie Masur, Katie Cramer, Katie Mallett, 124 - Katie Mallett 2006 Most wins Andrea Chaney Most double plays turned 13 - Jen Hess 1997 AMC Player of the Week: Jackie Masur 10 - Heather Hakola 2012 13 - Jan Finney 2002 2007: 23-24, 10-4 AMC (1st South Division) 9 - Katie Mallet 2005 12 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-AMC South 1st Team: Katie Mallett 9 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 11 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Jackie Masur Most caught stealing by 11 - Haley Kolmerten 2013 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Linsey Manning 15 - Megan Risner 2012 11 - Jen Hess 1998 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Andrea Chaney 14 - Marissa Rosenberger 2005 11 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Erin Dowdell, Katie Cramer 13 - Megan (Anderson) Risner 2010 Most saves All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Linsey Manning 2 - Cortney Moore 2013 Active Players in Bold All-AMC South Coach of the Year: Nicole Pluger 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC South Player of the Week: Jackie Masur Season Records/Awards 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2011 All-NAIA Region IX Coach of the Year: Nicole Pluger 1996: Unknown Record 2 - Katie Cramer 2007 All-NAIA Region IX Shortstop: Katie Mallett NAIA 2nd Team All-American: Wendy Nance 2 - Susan Eberts 2005 2008: 18-19, 9-11 AMC (4th South Division) M.O.C. 1st Team: Wendy Nance 2 - Casey Cannon 2004 All-AMC South 1st Team: Danielle Finley M.O.C. Hon. Mention: Jen Hess All-AMC South 2nd Team: Jackie Masur 2 - Casey Cannon 2003 M.O.C. Scholar-Athlete: Jen Hess All-AMC South 2nd Team: Brittany Huenen Most appearances 1997: 27-13, 11-11 M.O.C. All-AMC Honorable Mention: Erin Dowdell, Linsey Manning, Erica 30 - Lauren Anderson 2012 M.O.C. 2nd Team: Wendy Nance Schroeder 26 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 M.O.C. Hon. Mention: Jen Hess All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Danielle Finley 26 - Tami Lasley 2010 M.O.C. Scholar-Athlete: Jen Hess All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Jackie Masur and Jessica Tuttle 26 - Jessica Millis 2005 NAIA Academic All-American: Jen Hess ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America速 Team: Jackie Masur Most games started NAIA Great Lakes Region Player of the Week: Jen Hess AMC Player of the Week: Jackie Masur 23 - Lauren Anderson 2012 1998: 22-11, 18-11 AMC (3rd) 2009: 21-24 (NCAA D-II Independent) 22 - Katie Cramer 2006 All-AMC 1st Team: Jen Hess All-ICAA 1st Team: Erica Schroeder 21 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC 2nd Team: Wendy Nance All-ICAA 2nd Team: Linsey Manning 21 - Katie Cramer 2009 All-AMC 2nd Team: Angie Lycans 2010: 15-29 (NCAA D-II Independent) 21 - Jessie Swinderman 2010 All-AMC Hon. Mention: 2011: 15-25-1 (NCAA D-II Independent) Traci Rose, Carrie Sigler, Missy Mitchell Most complete games 2011 All-Independent Player of the Year: Megan Risner NAIA Great Lakes Region Player of the Week: Jen Hess 18 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-Independent 1st Team: Megan Risner 1999: 22-19, 14-8 AMC (4th) 17 - Tami Lasley 2010 All-Independent 1st Team: Heather Hakola AMC Player of the Week: Missy Mitchell 16 - Jen Hess 1997 All-Independent 1st Team: Tami Lasley AMC Player of the Week: Kiya Starr 14 - Katie Cramer 2006 All-Independent 1st Team: Bridgette Barney 2000: 13-20-1, 8-16 AMC (11th) 13 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-Independent 1st Team: Haley Jo Kolmerten 2001: 25-13, 16-8 AMC (5th) Most shutouts 2012: 24-26 (5-5, OIC) D-II Ohio Independent Champions All-AMC 1st Team: Sarah Ivory 4 - Jessica Millis 2005 OIC 1st Team: Ashley Skinner, Utility All-AMC 1st Team: Tammy Trainer 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 OIC 1st Team: Bridgette Barney, Right Field All-AMC 1st Team: Tiffany Trainer 2 - Lauren Anderson 2012 OIC Honorable Mention: Megan Risner, Catcher All-AMC 2nd Team: Missy Mitchell 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2013 OIC Honorable Mention: Heather Hakola, Shortstop All-AMC Hon. Mention: Jan Finney 2 - Lauren Anderson 2013 OIC Honorable Mention: Brooke Shultz, 2nd Base All-AMC Freshman of the Year: Tiffany Trainer Innings pitched OIC Honorable Mention: Lauren Anderson, Pitcher All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Sarah Ivory, Jan Finney 152.1 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-ICAA 1st Team: Ashley Skinner, INF AMC Player of the Week: Tiffany Trainer All-ICAA 2nd Team: Megan Risner, Catcher 150.0 - Lauren Anderson 2012 2002: 21-21, 18-10 AMC (5th) All-ICAA 2nd Team: Lauren Anderson, Pitcher 144.2 - Tami Lasley 2010 All-AMC 2nd Team: Jan Finney All-ICAA 2nd Team: Haley Kolmerten, Pitcher Most strikeouts All-AMC Honorable Mention: Sarah Ivory, Tiffany Trainer, 2013: 20-18 (5-5, 2nd G-MAC) 148 - Haley Kolmerten 2013 Tammy Trainer Academic All-District: Haley Kolmerten, Pitcher 106 - Haley Kolmerten 2011 AMC Player of the Week: Jan Finney G-MAC Pitcher of the Year: Haley Kolmerten, Junior 105 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 2003: 8-19, 3-13 AMC (5th South Division) G-MAC All-Conference: Haley Kolmerten, Pitcher 103 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-AMC 2nd Team: Tiffany Trainer G-MAC All-Conference: Ashley Skinner, Catcher Single Season Fielding Records All-AMC 2nd Team: Abbra Massey G-MAC All-Conference: Brooke Shultz, 2nd Base Highest fielding% (min. 50 chances) All-AMC Honorable Mention: Lisa Gustine, Tammy Trainer G-MAC Players of the Week: Haley Kolmerten (3 times), All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Rachel Underwood, Jana Miller, .994 - Kayla Nenninger 2010 Ashley Skinner Audrey Shade .992 - Maria Hendricks 2008 G-MAC Academic All-Conference: Haley Kolmerten 2004: 7-17, 3-11 AMC (7th South Division) .988 - Marissa Rosenberger 2006 NCAA D-II Academic All-District: Haley Kolmerten All-AMC South 1st Team: Marissa Rosenberger BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL 2O14 MEDIA GUIDE 33


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2014 Urbana University Softball Media Guide  

Complete guide to the 2014 season for the Blue Knight softball team.

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