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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

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OPPONENT ACADEMY OF ART Central Washington% Augustana% Academy of Art% Metro State% Western Washington% CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* Cal State East Bay* Cal State East Bay* NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR HUMBOLDT STATE* HUMBOLDT STATE* Chico State* Chico State* CAL BAPTIST Cal State San Bernardino* Cal State San Bernardino* Cal State Dominguez Hills* Cal State Dominguez Hills* Notre Dame de Namur& Hawaii Pacific& Northwest Nazarene& Hawaii-Hilo& Grand Canyon& Tournament of Champions UC SAN DIEGO* UC SAN DIEGO* CAL STATE STANISLAUS* CAL STATE STANISLAUS* San Francisco State* San Francisco State* CCAA Championship Tournament NCAA Division II West Regional NCAA Division II Super Regional NCAA Division II World Series

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% - Desert Stinger Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.). & - Tournament of Champions, presented by Mizuno (Turlock, Calif.)

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

JENNIFER BRIDGES HEAD COACH | 3RD SEASON Jennifer Bridges will begin her second season as the head softball coach at Sonoma State University in 2011. In her first season with the Seawolves in 2010, Bridges led the softball team to a CCAA Tournament Championship title with a program record 43-18 mark after finishing second in the regular season standings. Sonoma State earned a bid to host the NCAA Division II West Sub-Regional in Rohnert Park, but was eventually eliminated. The Seawolves led the CCAA in nearly every offensive statistical category, including batting average, slugging percentage, on base percentage, runs scored, hits, runs batted in, home runs, total bases and hit by pitches. SSU also shattered the school record for most home runs in a season with 52 -the previous mark of 24 was set back in 2007. Bridges’ pitching staff also had a huge year, tossing two no-hitters and grabbing three conference Pitcher of the Week awards. Prior coming to Sonoma State, Bridges was the head coach at Whittier in 2008 and 2009. She led the Poets to unprecedented levels of success, including the program’s first ever conference tournament appearance last spring. Her two-year record at Whittier was 45-35 and the squad’s 24 wins in ‘09 were the most for the program since 1987. In addition to her coaching duties, Bridges also served as an Assistant Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Whittier. Prior to taking the reigns at Whittier, Bridges spent four seasons (2004-2007) as an assistant coach at the University of San Diego. She also coached the University of San Diego High School squad in 2002 and 2003. Bridges played NCAA Division I softball at the University of San Diego and was her team’s captain as a junior and senior. A graduate of the University of San Diego with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Bridges earned her Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University.

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CAREER RECORD At Whittier College YEAR

2008 2009

OVERALL CONFERENCE

21-17 24-18 45-35

11-13 11-13 22-24

At Sonoma State YEAR

OVERALL CONFERENCE

PLACE

PLACE

2010 43-18 24-12 2nd 2009 38-22 23-13 2nd 81-40 47-25

BRIDGES CCAA Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Chico State Humboldt State San Francisco State UC San Diego GNAC Central Washington Northwest Nazarene Montana State-Billings Saint Martin’s Western Oregon Western Washington

COMMENTS

5th 4th

COMMENTS

CCAA Tournament Champions NCAA West Regional Appearance CCAA Tournament Champions NCAA West Regional Appearance

vs. OPPONENTS 57-31 8-4 8-0 6-3 4-6 7-3 7-5 3-5 7-2 7-3 7-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1

PACIFIC WEST CONFERENCE Academy of Art Chaminade Dominican Dixie State Grand Canyon Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific Notre Dame de Namur OTHERS Cal State San Marcos

16-8 1-1 4-1 1-0 4-1 0-1 2-0 1-2 3-2 1-0 1-0


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

TRISHA McCORMICK ASSISTANT COACH

Trisha McCormick is in her third season season as the assistant softball coach at Sonoma State University in 2012. McCormick was instrumental in helping the Seawolves to back-to-back CCAA Tournament championships in 2010 and 2011. Prior to coming to Sonoma State, she served as the assistant coach at Whittier College with head coach Jennifer Bridges, helping the Poets to a 24-18 record in 2009 and the first-ever conference tournament appearance in school history. As a student-athlete, Trisha spent four years at the University of La Verne in La Verne, California where she earned Second Team AllSouthern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honors. She also graduated cum laude with departamental honors. Prior to her career with the Leopards, she was a two-sport athlete at Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, Calif., where she earned First Team All-League honors in softball and Second Team All-League accolades in volleyball. Trisha was a two-year captain in both sports and was also a four-year scholar athlete. McCormick has a USAW Level 1 Club Coach Certification.

ASHLEY BRITTON ASSISTANT COACH

Ashley Britton is entering her first season as an assistant coach for the Seawolves in 2012. A two-year softball student-athlete for Sonoma State, Britton earned Daktronics All-West Region and All-CCAA First Team honors as a senior in 2010 for her role in helping the Seawolves capture the program’s first-ever CCAA tournament title. During the 2010 season, Britton was the Seawolves’ second-best hitter, batting .353 with eight home runs and recorded a programrecord 46 runs batted in, the second-best mark in the CCAA. Not only was she one of the main offensive threats for Sonoma State, but she was one of the best defenders in the conference. At third base, Britton assisted on a conference-high 143 putouts, making just 10 errors for a stellar .940 fielding percentage. Prior to her two-year stint at Sonoma State, she was a two-time First Team All-Conference performer for the Vikings, ranking second in the state in home runs as a sophomore in 2008. Britton is a native of Campbell, Calif., and prepped at Westmont High School.

MIKE COATE

ASSISTANT COACH Mike Coate returns for his fifth season as an assistant coach in 2012. Coate is a former assistant and head coach at Petaluma High School.

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

2012 ROSTER

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NO

NAME

POS

B/T

HT

YR

HOMETOWN

LAST SCHOOL

1

Ancia Purdy

INF

L/R

5-4

Fr.

Huntington Beach, Calif.

Edison HS

2

Danielle D’Eccliss

OF

L/R

5-0

Jr.

Los Alamitos, Calif.

Los Alamitos HS

4

Vanessa Currie

OF

R/R

5-2

Jr.

San Diego, Calif.

Mount Carmel

6

Keisi Chinen

INF/C

R/R

5-4

Fr.

Pleasant Hill, Calif.

College Park HS

7

Samantha Lipperd

P

R/R

5-8

Jr.

Boulder Creek, Calif.

San Lorenzo Valley HS

9

Samantha Beauchamp

INF

R/R

5-2

Fr.

Placentia, Calif.

El Dorado HS

10

Ciara Becerril

P

R/R

5-7

So.

Camarillo, Calif.

Adolfo Camarillo HS

12

Megan Konieczka

OF

R/R

5-7

So.

Lake Forest, Calif.

El Toro HS

13

Skylynn Myers

C

R/R

5-4

Sr.

Stockton, Calif.

Bear Creek HS

14

Shannon Kehr

INF

R/R

5-8

Sr.

Petaluma, Calif.

U. of Illinois - Chicago

15

Hayley Condon

INF

R/R

5-4

So.

Santa Monica, Calif.

Iowa Lakes CC

18

Sam Lepp

OF

L/R

5-9

Fr.

Walnut, Calif.

Walnut HS

20

Jayme Tickemyer

INF

R/R

5-6

Fr.

Beaumont, Calif.

Beaumont HS

21

Ali Palermo

INF

R/R

5-6

Jr.

Redwood City, Calif.

Notre Dame HS

22

Holli Brown

INF

R/R

5-7

Fr.

Fremont, Calif.

American HS


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

SAMANTHA

BEAUCHAMP Position........................................................ Infield Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown......................................Placentia, Calif. Last School...........................El Dorado High School

PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because she fell in love with it the moment she walked on campus and liked its size; wanted to be a part of the softball team…is a fan of Orlando Magic forward Dwight Howard…listens to the music of Wiz Khalifa…likes to watch the movie Country Strong…favorite TV show is Jersey Shore and First 48... favorite food is her dad’s pozole and her mom’s homemade chicken tacos...she dusts of the mound after every pitch or else it throws her off.

CAREER STATISTICS Yr ERA W-L APP/GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year starter on the El 2011 2.42 4-5 24/3 1 1 2 72.1 64 29 25 17 29 Dorado Hills High School varsity softball team and a three-time Century League Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Chose to come to Sonoma State because it has a lot to offer academically and athletically; also enjoyed being around the team...plans to pursue a Master’s degree and become a nurse after graduation...favorite team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...follows the success of David Eckstein... listens to the music of Sugarland...favorite movie is The Notebook and favorite TV show is Pretty Little Liars...likes to eat BJ’s famous Pizookie...most memorable sports moment is when she was 13 and hit a grand slam, but she was so embarrassed because her mom ran into the field to celebrate...is really superstitious about the bows that she wears in her hair; she will wear the same one if she has a good game, and then doesn’t wear it again if she has a bad game.

CIARA

BECERRIL Position........................................................Pitcher Year...................................................... Sophomore Hometown..................................... Camarillo, Calif. Last School................Adolfo Camarillo High School 2011 (FRESHMAN): Saw an impressive freshman season…mostly used as a relief pitcher, saw time in 24 games, starting three…In 72.1 innings pitched, she gave up only 29 runs (25 earned) and 64 hits (all first in the CCAA)…solid in the circle with a 2.42 ERA with 29 strikeouts and a 4-5 record, logging a pair of saves…earned Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team honors in Turlock (Apr. 1-3, 2011)... earned the victory in a 5-3 win over host Hawai’i Pacific in an elimination game of the NCAA West Regional (5/14/11), tossing four innings of relief work, allowing just two hits and one unearned run against one of the best power hitting teams in the nation... gave up only one run or less in 16 of 24 appearances…season-high four strikeouts against Cal State Stanislaus (3/11/11)…ranked sixth in the CCAA with her 2.42 ERA… held opposing batters to a .239 average (seventh in the conference)…tied for second in the CCAA with 21 relief appearances. HIGH SCHOOL: Spent time at two different schools, Santa Clara (2006-08) and Adolfo Camarillo (2008-10)…earned the Tri-Valley League Academic Award and earned Tri-Valley League First Team honors in 2007/2008…was a member of the National Honor Society at Santa Clara HS and attended the National Youth Leadership Forum in Washington D.C. (2007).

HOLLI

BROWN Position........................................................ Infield Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown.......................................Fremont, Calif. Last School...........................American High School HIGH SCHOOL: Attended American High School in Fremont...a three-time All-League performer... earned Athlete of the Week honors from the school and her local newspaper...served on the school’s ASB committee all four years. PERSONAL: Chose to Sonoma State because she loved the community and the environment and that it is not too far from home; the academic and athletic achievements were also a major part of her decision...wants to become a criminal-profiling psychologist after graduation from SSU...her biggest influence is her Dad...is a fan of the San Francisco Giants...favorite athlete is Chad Ochocinco...listens to the music of The Script...favorite movie is Grease...loves to eat chicken fingers...she is “literally the most picky eater you will ever meet”.

KEISI

CHINEN Position........................................... Infield/Catcher Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown.................................Pleasant Hill, Calif. Last School.......................College Park High School HIGH SCHOOL: Named College Park High School’s Female Athlete of the Year (2010-11)...was the Chopsticks’ Most Valuable Player, earning Silver Slugger, First Team All-League and Scholar Athlete awards. PERSONAL: Comes to Sonoma State because of the great Kinesiology program and the campus and weather is beautiful...wants to become a physical therapist after graduation...listens to the music of Jack Johnson and Vampire...is a fan of actor Ryan Reynolds...loves the book The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo...favorite food is Mexican food...most memorable sports moment is hitting a grand slam to help upset a highranked opponent...she has to wear a headband when she plays and listens to Vampire Weekend to get a rush of adrenaline before games.

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

HAYLEY

CONDON Position........................................................ Infield Year...................................................... Sophomore Hometown...............................Santa Monica, Calif. Last School........................................Iowa Lakes CC

HIGH SCHOOL: Comes to Sonoma State from Mount Carmel High School in San Diego where she was a two-sport star (softball, soccer)...named a San Diego Union Tribune Scholar Athlete...helped guide her team to CIF Championships as a sophomore, junior, and senior...recipient of the CIF Sportsmanship Award in 2009.

PERSONAL: Following graduation, she wants to work at an architecture firm...picked Sonoma State because of the campus and the softball team...lists her Dad and her best friend, Maggie Doremus, who plays at Oregon State, as her biggest influence as an Hayley transfers to Sonoma State after playing her athlete...is a fan of the San Diego Chargers and San Diego Padres...roots for Alex Rodrifreshman season at Iowa Lakes Community College guez...listens to the music of Iration, Pepper and Michael Jackson...likes the movie Ice in Estherville, Iowa. Age...favorite actress is Mila Kunis...favorite food is fish tacos…likes to watch the TV shows Entourage, 90210 and Top Chef...most memorable sports moment is hitting her 2010 (FRESHMAN at ILCC): Appeared in 37 first collegiate home run in her hometown last season and winning softball banners for games for the Lakers, finishing fourth on the team in batting with a .453 mark...led the both Mt. Carmel HS and Sonoma State. team in at bats (117), hits (53), triples (1), RBI (44) and total bases (79)...earned the Academic Athlete Award. CAREER STATISTICS Yr

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Santa Monica HIgh School in Santa Monica, Calif...led the Samohi Vikings to a CIF championship during her senior season...was a First Team All-League selection as a freshman and a Second Team All-League pick as a junior. PERSONAL: Transfers to Sonoma State because she loves the atmosphere and knows that it has a great softball program...wants to help children in Africa get the help they need and also wants to go back to Africa again and continue to teach them English... is a fan of Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers...likes the movie A League of Their Own...enjoys a good episode of The Hills...favorite book is A Child Called It...loves sushi...favorite animal is the sea turtle...most memorable sports moment is when she won the CIF with the eight other seniors that she grew up and played with since they were six years old...has a doodling problem during class and likes to fold warm towels straight from the dryer.

VANESSA

CURRIE Position......................................................Outfield Year...............................................................Junior Hometown.................................... San Diego, Calif. Last School....................Mount Carmel High School 2011 (SOPHOMORE): In her second year, she played in 57 games, starting 45 of them…compiled seven doubles, one home run, 11 RBIs and crossed the plate 19 times…on-base percentage of .352…drew 17 walks, second on the team… partook in 59 put-outs with 13 assists…a fielding percentage of .947 (four errors)… recorded two runs and went 2-for-2 in a 7-0 win over Dixie State (4/2/11)…knocked in a season-high two RBIs in a 7-0 win over CSU Dominguez Hills (4/22/11). 2010 (FRESHMAN): Played in 40 games as a freshman, starting 24 of them in the outfield…hit .230 on the season (14-61)…recorded four doubles, five RBI and 12 runs scored…went 3 for 3 with a season-high two doubles in a 9-2 win at Cal State East Bay 93/6/10)…spent half the time as a pinch runner for the Seawolves.

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2B

3B

HR RBI BB SO SB

2010 .230 40/24 61 12 14 4 2011 .246 57/45 122 19 30 7 Total .240 97/69 183 31 44 11

AVG GP/GS

AB

R

H

0 0 0

0 1 1

5 8 5 1 11 17 13 5 16 25 18 6

VANESSA CURRIE


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

DANIELLE

SHANNON

Year...............................................................Junior Hometown................................ Los Alamitos, Calif. Last School...................... Los Alamitos High School

Year..............................................................Senior Hometown....................................Petaluma, Calif. Last School....................... Univ. of Illinois-Chicago

2011 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in 50 games, with 40 starts…had 24 hits in 118 at bats (.203 avg)…contributed 18 runs…part of all three runs in a 3-2 win against Dixie State (4/2/11) in the first round of NCAA West Regional in Hawai’i, knocking

Shannon transfers to Sonoma State for her senior year after three outstanding seasons at NCAA Division I University of Illinois at Chicago. In 118 career games for the Flames, she hit .277 (87-314) with 18 doubles, one triple and 15 home runs,

D’ECCLISS Position......................................................Outfield

KEHR Position......................................... Infield/Outfield

in one run and scoring two.

knocking in 55 RBI.

2010 (FRESHMAN): Started 29 of the 44 games she appeared in as a redshirt freshman…hit .250 for the season with 20 hits in 80 at bats…contributed to a 8-1 victory at Notre Dame de Namur (2/10/10), going 3 for 5 with two doubles, three RBI (all season highs) and a run scored…recorded four doubles and two triples…scored 18 runs and knocked in ten.

2011 (JUNIOR at UIC): Played in 17 games as a junior, making nine starts....batted .242 with eight hits in 33 at bats, including one double...recorded two RBI.

2009: Redshirted for Sonoma State. HIGH SCHOOL: Came to campus from Los Alamitos High School...a four-year letter winner in softball and cross country...named Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008...was a Second Team All-Sunset League selection as a junior...named Team Captain as a senior in ‘08. PERSONAL: Decided to come to Northern California because it provided a new atmosphere and a beautiful get-away from southern California...credits her father for being her biggest fan and hero...wants to graduate with a business marketing degree and continue by attending the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise (FIDM) after graduation from Sonoma State...is a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers and outfielder Matt Kemp…avid listener to country music…favorite movie is How To Lose A guy In 10 Days...likes to watch the TV shows One Tree Hill and The Bachelor...favorite food is her mom’s mexican food...most memorable sports moments is being the two-time defending CCAA tournament champions. CAREER STATISTICS Yr

2B

3B

HR RBI BB SO SB

2010 .250 44/29 80 18 20 4 2011 .203 50/40 118 18 24 0 Total .222 94/69 198 36 44 4

AVG GP/GS

AB

R

H

2 0 2

0 0 0

10 5 14 2 6 8 14 6 16 13 28 8

2010 (SOPHOMORE at UIC): Entered the single-season record books at UIC with her 13 home runs on the year, the sixth-most in a season in program history...season-best four RBI in a 2-for-2 outing at Northern Illinois (4/14/10), jacking a two-out, three-run homer in the first and driving in a run off a sac fly in the second...ranked 66th nationally in home runs per game (0.25/game)...recorded six doubles, five home runs and 19 RBI in 19 Horizon League contests...tied for team-leading 10 multiple RBI contests with seven coming against league opponents...second-longest hitting streak on the season at 11 games, falling in the heart of league play from April 24 to May 9. 2009 (FRESHMAN at UIC): Appeared in 50 games as a freshman, starting in 43 at second base...drove in a season-best three runs on her second home run of the season against Loyola (4/23/09)...improved her batting average to .326 in 18 league contests, with a pair of home runs, 15 hits and 11 RBI...four of her seven doubles on the season came against league foes...recorded four multi-hit games...went on a team-best 11game hitting streak between March 24 and April 16, where she drove in eight RBI. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner for Petaluma High School, leading the squad in every offensive category including a .500 batting average, 23 RBI and 36 hits... did not strikeout once her entire senior season...earned all-state accolades after her junior and senior campaigns...guided her team to a league and section championship in 2007...three-year First Team Sonoma County All-League selection...garnered MVP honors after her senior year...four-year distinguished scholastic team member...also played volleyball at PHS. PERSONAL: Transfers to Sonoma State because of the great softball program, outstanding academic programs and it was close to home...hopes to become a pediatric nurse after graduation...biggest influence as an athlete is her family, who has been there for her when it comes to softball and giving great advice throughout the years... is a fan of the San Francisco Giants and catcher Buster Posey...listens to the music of Rebelution...favorite movie is Christmas Vacation and is a fan of actress Katherine Heigl...likes to watch the TV show The Bachelor...reads the Twilight book series... favorite food is Italian...most memorable sports moment is winning the NCS in 2007 at Petaluma HS.

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

MEGAN

SAMANTHA

Year...................................................... Sophomore Hometown...................................Lake Forest, Calif. Last School................................El Toro High School

Year..............................................................Junior Hometown............................. Boulder Creek, Calif. Last School............San Lorenzo Valley High School

2011 (FRESHMAN): Put together a solid freshman season…played in 41 games, starting 23... with 57 AB’s, compiled 12 hits (.211), one double, three home runs, ten runs scored and ten runs batted in…had a season high 2 RBI’s twice...hit her first career home run on 3/12/11 at Cal State Stanislaus.

2011 (SOPHOMORE): Sophomore season was one for the record books, which included Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention honors, the first All-American since 1991…tossed a no-hitter in the CCAA championship game (5/1/11) in Stockton, defeating top-seeded UC San Diego, 1-0, giving SSU its second consecutive CCAA tournament championship banner...earned the CCAA tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award...was named NFCA National Pitcher of the Week twice (Feb. 16 and May 4)…NFCA All-West Region, Daktronics All-West Region and First Team All-CCAA selection…received CCAA Pitcher of the Week on two occasions (Feb. 7-13 and Mar. 7-13)…shattered SSU’s record for strikeouts in a season with 324 (old record was 202)…appeared in 43 games, starting 39 in the circle…26-9 record with a 1.17 ERA, second in the CCAA…pitched 234.1 innings pitched, gave up 50 runs (39 earned) and 122 hits…threw 23 complete games including 12 shutouts...tossed two no-hitters (3/11/11 at Cal State Stanislaus and 5/1/11 vs UC San Diego in CCAA championship game in Stockton)…opponent batting average of just .150, best in the CCAA…led the league in K’s with 324 (sixth in all of Division II), 73 of them looking (also number one in the CCAA)…fanned a season-high 15 batters twice......is already the best strikeout pitcher in program history with 422 in two seasons and has 47 wins (second all-time)...has four career no-hitters.

LIPPERD Position.......................................................Pitcher

KONIECZKA Position......................................................Outfield

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at El Toro High School in Lake Forest…earned Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2007…was the team captain and named First Team All-League in 2009…a school board representative in 2008, ASB Vice President in 2009 and the ASB President in 2010…also the Concert Choir President. PERSONAL: Came to Sonoma State for the great softball team, great environment and the biology program...can apparently sing the National Anthem, but it has yet to be proven. CAREER STATISTICS Yr

AVG GP/GS

AB

R

2B

3B

HR RBI BB SO SB

2010 .211 41/23

57

10 12 1

H

0

3

10

9 17 3

SAM

LEPP Position......................................................Outfield Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown.........................................Walnut, Calif. Last School...............................Walnut High School HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Walnut High School... was a two-year Academic All-League and AllAmerican recipient...graduated with Honors...also was an All-League and All-CIF selection in water polo for the Mustangs. PERSONAL: Chose to attend Sonoma State because she loved the small town feel and the atmosphere surrounding the school; the coaching staff and team was great and she could see herself growing as not only an athlete, but as a scholar and an individual...would like to teach and coach at the elementary she attended as a child after graduation...biggest influence as an athlete is her Dad and her Mom...is a fan of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...listens to the music of Jack Johnson...favorite movie is Remember the Titans...follows the work of actor Ryan Reynolds...likes to watch the TV show Friends...favorite author is John Grisham...likes to eat breakfast casserole... most memorable sports moment is winning the CIF in water polo on her birthday... is extremely superstitious and has to wear her hair the same way and wear the same headband for every game; everything that she does during pregame warmups, she has to do three times.

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2010 (FRESHMAN): Enjoyed an outstanding freshman season…was a Daktronics All-West Region Second Team selection…won 17 of her first 20 games and ended 21-8…was sixth in the CCAA in ERA (2.25)…threw 180.1 innings and gave up just 156 hits and 85 runs (58 earned)…second in the conference in strikeouts (142)…had 21 complete games in 29 starts…tossed two no-hitters, including one in her second ever collegiate game on 2/10/10 at Notre Dame de Namur…earned the victory in the CCAA championship game against Chico State (5/1/10), tossing six innings, giving up three hits and one run, striking out seven…struck out a conference-high 12 batters in a 13-3 blowout of Western Oregon (3/27/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus from San Lorenzo Valley High School...named her county’s Pitcher of the Year as a senior...tabbed Pitcher of the Year in her conference as well...earned Team MVP honors and was a two-time Cougar of the Week...received Best Pitcher honors at the Wayne Richards Memorial Tournament...honored with the Dean Richards Sportsmanship Award. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because it is “awesome”...is a big fan of Chase Utley, Ryan Madson and the Philadelphia Phillies. CAREER STATISTICS Yr

ERA W-L APP/GS CG SHO SV

IP

H

R

ER BB SO

2010 2.25 21-8 31/29 21 4 0 180.1 156 85 58 72 142 2011 1.17 26-9 43/39 23 12 1 234.1 122 50 39 87 324 Total 1.64 47-17 74/68 44 16 1 414.2 278 135 97 159 466


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

SKYLYNN

ALI

Year...............................................................Senior Hometown...................................... Stockton, Calif. Last School......................... Bear Creek High School

Year...............................................................Junior Hometown...............................Redwood City, Calif. Last School....................... Notre Dame High School

MYERS Position.......................................................Catcher 2011 (JUNIOR): Second Team CCAA All-Conference selection…named CCAA Player of the Week (Feb. 21-Feb. 27)…started in 59 of the team’s 60 games…swatted 13 doubles, three home runs and brought home 27 RBIs…sported a .314 batting average (58-185)…stepped on home plate 27 times…third on the team in batting average (.314) and slugging percentage (.432)…led the team in multi-hit games (18)...a stickler behind the plate with 446 put outs including one double play…threw out 11 base runners out of 28 steal attempts (.718)…went off in a four-game series at Humboldt State (2/26/11-2/27/11), going 9-14 (.643), scoring six runs, knocking in seven, wacked two doubles and a home run while drawing a walk, earning herself the CCAA’s Player of the Week award…led the CCAA in putouts (446)…tied for eighth in the CCAA in hits (58)…tied for third in the league in total plate appearances (207)… had a seven-game hit streak, third-best on the team...ranked second in the conference in at bats (185)...caught two no-hitters. 2010 (SOPHOMORE): Participated in all but one of the team’s 61 games, making 59 starts as the catcher…hit .287 (45-157) and had 13 multi-hit games…batted in 24 runs and scored 22…hit three home runs…went 2 for 2 and had a home run and four RBI in her second game as a Seawolf, a 11-3 win over Cal State Stanislaus (2/5/10)… threw out 17 runners attempting to steal in 35 tries (.673)…caught two no-hitters. 2009 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 37 games, making 17 starts behind the dish... had six hits in 58 at bats (.103 avg), including a season-high two hits at Cal State Dominguez Hills (2/15/09)...brought home her first RBI against Grand Canyon (3/14/09). HIGH SCHOOL: Arrives on campus after graduating from Bear Creek High School in Stockton...was her varsity team’s captain all four years...named First Team All-League catcher all four years and First Team All-Area catcher as a junior and senior...named Team MVP as a freshman and senior. PERSONAL: Came to Sonoma State for the beautiful campus and to connect with the lovely softball team and to make history...now that she’s a senior, watching the younger girls on her team would have to be her biggest influence on her to be the best that she can be for her last year and to help them experience the competitiveness of softball at a collegiate level...is a fan of the Oakland Raiders and New York Yankees... follows the success of Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter...enjoys eating hot Cheetos… loves to listen to slow jams...favorite movies are Stomp The Yard, The Notebook and Guess Who...is a fan of the actor Channing Tatum...likes to watch the TV show Jersey Shore...most memorable sports moment is winning the CCAA tournament championship back-to-back...most interesting thing about her is that she knows that when she has a “vision”, it’s going to come true.

PALERMO Position........................................................ Infield 2011 (SOPHOMORE): Received CCAA All-Tournament honors, helping the Seawolves earn their second straight CCAA tournament title…played in 56 games, starting 55...sported a .248 average (35-141), including four doubles and seven home runs, second on the team…contributed 13 runs and recorded 27 RBIs…made 274 putouts in the infield, most of which came at her position at first base…led the CCAA in sacrifice flies (4)…fourth in the conference in double plays with 12…went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, an RBI and a homer against Cal State Stanislaus (3/11/11)… bashed in two or more RBIs on seven occasions...is tied for first on the all-time list in SSU softball history for most home runs in a career (17). 2010 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 49 games for the Seawolves as a freshman, starting 42 of them, mostly as the designated player…earned First Team All-CCAA and Daktronics First Team All-West Region honors…broke the school record for most home runs in a single season (10)…blasted two home runs in a 6-3 win over Cal State Stanislaus (4/3/10)…fourth on the team with a .341 batting average (43-126)… recorded 37 RBI…had a .576 slugging percentage, third on the team, with 15 extra base hits…hit safely in 28 games and had 11 multi-hit games. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Notre Dame Belmont High School, where she played on the varsity softball team and was an All-League, All-County, and All-Metro selection, including a Second Team All-State honoree. PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because she had a chance to play softball and she loved the campus; it was just the right distance away from home…favorite sports team is the St. Louis Cardinals…listens to the music of Christina Aguilera…follows the actress Sandra Bullock…enjoys to watch the TV show One Tree Hill…favorite food is cheese…most memorable sports moment has been winning the CCAA tournament title for two straight years. CAREER STATISTICS Yr

2B

3B

HR RBI BB SO SB

2010 .341 49/42 126 17 43 4 2011 .248 56/55 141 13 35 4 Total .292 105/97 267 30 78 8

AVG GP/GS

AB

R

H

1 0 1

10 37 11 10 0 7 27 14 20 1 17 64 25 30 1

CAREER STATISTICS Yr

AVG GP/GS

2009 .103 37/17 2010 .287 60/59 2011 .314 59/59 Total .273 156/135

AB

R

58 2 157 22 185 27 400 51

H

2B

3B

HR RBI BB SO SB

6 45 58 109

0 10 13 23

0 0 0 0

0 3 3 6

1 4 8 0 24 13 19 0 27 6 15 3 52 23 42 3

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

ANCIA

PURDY Position........................................................ Infield

SKYLYNN MYERS

Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown........................Huntington Beach, Calif. Last School................................Edison High School HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Edison High School in Huntington Beach...was part of the Divison I Sunset League championship team in 2009...was on the Honor Roll for two years, honored as a Scholar Athlete and earned a Scholarship Award in algebra (2008) and geometry (2009). PERSONAL: Chose Sonoma State because she really liked the atmosphere when she walked onto campus; also likes the small feel as opposed to other bigger schools and the student-to-faculty ratio is pretty small...biggest influence as an athlete is Natalie Buchoz...an interesting fact is that she writes the numbers 6 and 18 in the dirt before every game and at bat.

JAYME

TICKEMYER Position........................................................ Infield Year......................................................... Freshman Hometown....................................Beaumont, Calif. Last School..........................Beaumont High School HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Beaumont High School...was a four-year letterwinner for the Cougars...earned First Team All-League honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...was a First Team All-CIF selection as a senior in 2011...also named All-League Honorable Mention as a freshman. PERSONAL: Comes to Sonoma State because she loved the campus and the softball program...is a fan of the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and the MLB’s San Francisco Giants... favorite athlete is Lance Armstrong...listens to the music of The Strokes...likes to watch the movie 7 Pounds and the TV show That 70’s Show...favorite actor is Johnny Depp... enjoys ice cream...most memorable sports moment is playing in the CIF finals in high school...she always ties her right shoe first.

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DANIELLE D’ECCLISS


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

2011 RESULTS DATE

R-H-E

R-H-E

INN

OVERALL

CCAA

PITCHER OF RECORD

ATTEND

TIME

Feb 05, 2011 vs San Francisco State % L

OPPONENT

W L SCORE 2-5

2-8-0

5-7-1

7

0-1-0

0-0-0

LIPPERD (L 0-1)

75

1:52

Feb 05, 2011 vs Dominican %

W

8-0

8-10-1

0-2-2

5

1-1-0

0-0-0

BECERRIL (W 1-0)

75

1:28

Feb 05, 2011 at Cal State Stanislaus %

W

3-2

3-8-2

2-5-1

7

2-1-0

0-0-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 1-0)

84

1:57

Feb 06, 2011 vs Chico State % L

1-4

1-4-1

4-5-0

7

2-2-0

0-0-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 1-1)

55

1:49

Feb 06, 2011 vs Cal State San Marcos %

W

8-0

8-6-0

0-3-0

5

3-2-0

0-0-0

LIPPERD (W 1-1)

65

1:09

Feb 11, 2011 CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

1-0

1-2-1

0-1-0

(10)

4-2-0

1-0-0

LIPPERD (W 2-1)

75

2:00

Feb 11, 2011 CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

2-0

2-3-0

0-2-0

7

5-2-0

2-0-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 2-1)

86

1:40

Feb 12, 2011 CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

5-3

5-6-1

3-11-2

7

6-2-0

3-0-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 3-1)

89

2:02

Feb 12, 2011 CAL STATE EAST BAY*

W

5-1

5-6-1

1-2-3

7

7-2-0

4-0-0

LIPPERD (W 3-1)

121

1:34

Feb 20, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

W

1-0

1-4-1

0-2-2

7

8-2-0

5-0-0

LIPPERD (W 4-1)

77

1:24

Feb 20, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO STATE*

W

3-2

3-14-1

2-7-1

(13)

9-2-0

6-0-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 4-1)

86

3:06

3-4

3-8-1

4-6-1

7

9-3-0

6-1-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 4-2)

86

2:05

Feb 21, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* L Feb 21, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* Feb 26, 2011 at Humboldt State*

W L

9-0

9-8-0

0-1-2

5

10-3-0

7-1-0

LIPPERD (W 5-1)

98

1:25

1-3

1-2-3

3-4-1

7

10-4-0

7-2-0

LIPPERD (L 5-2)

60

2:00

7-0

7-14-2

0-5-0

7

11-4-0

8-2-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 5-2)

-

2:00 1:30

Feb 26, 2011 at Humboldt State*

W

Feb 27, 2011 at Humboldt State*

L

6-7

6-11-1

7-9-1

(9)

11-5-0

8-3-0

LIPPERD (L 5-3)

50

Feb 27, 2011 at Humboldt State*

W

9-1

9-10-1

1-3-2

6

12-5-0

9-3-0

LIPPERD (W 6-3)

40

2:00

Mar 04, 2011 CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

W

1-0

1-4-3

0-1-2

(8)

13-5-0

10-3-0

LIPPERD (W 7-3)

67

1:42

Mar 04, 2011 CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

W

5-2

5-9-0

2-4-0

7

14-5-0

11-3-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 6-2)

56

1:48

Mar 05, 2011 CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

W

2-0

2-5-1

0-2-1

7

15-5-0

12-3-0

LIPPERD (W 8-3)

77

1:29

Mar 05, 2011 CSU SAN BERNARDINO*

L

6-9

6-13-3

9-11-1

7

15-6-0

12-4-0

BECERRIL (L 1-1)

97

2:20

W

2-0

2-4-0

0-2-1

7

16-6-0

12-4-0

LIPPERD (W 9-3)

30

1:30

Mar 09, 2011 at Academy of Art L

1-4

1-4-1

4-7-1

7

16-7-0

12-4-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 6-3)

35

1:42

Mar 11, 2011 at Cal State Stanislaus*

4-0

4-8-1

0-0-0

7

17-7-0

13-4-0

LIPPERD (W 10-3)

45

1:35

Mar 11, 2011 at Cal State Stanislaus* L

7-12

7-12-1

12-9-2

7

17-8-0

13-5-0

BECERRIL (L 1-2)

60

1:55

Mar 12, 2011 at Cal State Stanislaus*

W

2-1

2-6-1

1-3-0

7

18-8-0

14-5-0

LIPPERD (W 11-3)

85

1:30

Mar 12, 2011 at Cal State Stanislaus*

L

3-6

3-6-3

6-8-3

7

18-9-0

14-6-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 6-4)

110

1:40

Mar 30, 2011 #6 WESTERN WASHINGTON

L

0-10

0-1-0

10-13-0

5

18-10-0

14-6-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 6-5)

67

1:31

Mar 30, 2011 #6 WESTERN WASHINGTON

W

8-0

8-9-1

0-1-0

5

19-10-0

14-6-0

LIPPERD (W 12-3)

75

1:17

Apr 01, 2011 vs Hawaii Hilo &

W

4-2

4-5-0

2-4-1

7

20-10-0

14-6-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 7-5)

63

1:44

Apr 01, 2011 vs Central Washington &

W

5-1

5-9-1

1-3-3

7

21-10-0

14-6-0

LIPPERD (W 13-3)

80

1:46

Apr 02, 2011 vs Chaminade &

W

4-2

4-9-0

2-6-1

7

22-10-0

14-6-0

BECERRIL (W 2-2)

77

1:44

Apr 02, 2011 vs Dixie State &

W

7-0

7-8-0

0-1-2

7

23-10-0

14-6-0

BECERRIL (W 3-2)

87

1:52

Mar 09, 2011 at Academy of Art

W

Apr 02, 2011 vs Notre Dame de Namur &

L

2-3

2-6-0

3-6-0

(8)

23-11-0

14-6-0

BECERRIL (L 3-3)

66

1:50

Apr 03, 2011 vs #22 Hawaii Pacific &

L

1-3

1-3-1

3-3-0

7

23-12-0

14-6-0

LIPPERD (L 13-4)

122

1:37

W

5-0

5-9-1

0-2-5

7

24-12-0

14-6-0

LIPPERD (W 14-4)

59

1:27

L

4-5

4-7-1

5-4-1

7

24-13-0

14-6-0

BECERRIL (L 3-4)

35

1:33

Apr 08, 2011 at CSU Monterey Bay* L

0-1

0-3-1

1-1-0

7

24-14-0

14-7-0

LIPPERD (L 14-5)

120

1:48

Apr 08, 2011 at CSU Monterey Bay*

W

6-0

6-8-2

0-3-2

7

25-14-0

15-7-0

LIPPERD (W 15-5)

120

2:00

Apr 09, 2011 at CSU Monterey Bay*

W

2-1

2-7-1

1-2-0

7

26-14-0

16-7-0

LIPPERD (W 16-5)

135

1:51

Apr 09, 2011 at CSU Monterey Bay* L

4-5

4-7-2

5-11-0

7

26-15-0

16-8-0

BECERRIL (L 4-4)

145

2:00

Apr 11, 2011 #25 CHICO STATE-1

W

5-0

5-8-0

0-3-0

7

27-15-0

17-8-0

LIPPERD (W 17-5)

66

1:32

Apr 11, 2011 #25 CHICO STATE*

W

6-5

6-8-2

5-10-2

(10)

28-15-0

18-8-0

LIPPERD (W 18-5)

87

2:36

Apr 12, 2011 #25 CHICO STATE*

W

3-2

3-5-4

2-5-2

7

29-15-0

19-8-0

MARTINEZ,J. (W 8-5)

56

1:42

Apr 12, 2011 #25 CHICO STATE*

L

0-6

0-5-2

6-15-0

7

29-16-0

19-9-0

LIPPERD (L 18-6)

55

1:51

2-1

2-6-0

1-2-0

7

30-16-0

20-9-0

LIPPERD (W 19-6)

220

2:00

Apr 05, 2011 CHAMINADE Apr 05, 2011 CHAMINADE

Apr 15, 2011 at #11 UC San Diego*

W

Apr 15, 2011 at #11 UC San Diego*

L

2-8

2-7-3

8-9-1

7

30-17-0

20-10-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 8-6)

230

2:00

Apr 16, 2011 at #11 UC San Diego*

L

0-2

0-2-0

2-3-0

7

30-18-0

20-11-0

LIPPERD (L 19-7)

260

1:20

Apr 16, 2011 at #11 UC San Diego*

W

7-6

7-10-1

6-13-3

7

31-18-0

21-11-0

LIPPERD (W 20-7)

350

2:05

Apr 21, 2011 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

W

1-0

1-6-0

0-3-1

7

32-18-0

22-11-0

LIPPERD (W 21-7)

67

1:49

Apr 21, 2011 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS* L

1-2

1-4-1

2-8-0

7

32-19-0

22-12-0

LIPPERD (L 21-8)

Apr 22, 2011 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

L

3-5

3-5-0

5-9-1

7

32-20-0

22-13-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 8-7)

Apr 22, 2011 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS*

W

7-0

7-11-1

0-2-0

7

33-20-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (W 22-8)

192

1:39

Apr 29, 2011 vs Chico State $

W

6-2

6-8-1

2-7-0

7

34-20-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (W 23-8)

127

1:49

Apr 30, 2011 vs #8 UC San Diego $

W

5-2

5-14-1

2-3-1

7

35-20-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (W 24-8)

0

2:04

May 01, 2011 vs #8 UC San Diego $

W

1-0

1-5-0

0-0-1

7

36-20-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (W 25-8)

185

1:31

May 13, 2011 vs Dixie State #

W

May 14, 2011 vs CSU San Bernardino # May 14, 2011 at #8 Hawaii Pacific # May 15, 2011 vs CSU San Bernardino #

L W L

64

1:23

188

1:48

3-2

3-7-0

2-6-0

(8)

37-20-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (W 26-8)

0

2:01

0-1

0-6-0

1-2-1

7

37-21-0

23-13-0

LIPPERD (L 26-9)

0

1:38

5-3

5-11-2

3-5-1

7

38-21-0

23-13-0

BECERRIL (W 4-5)

0

1:54

0-2

0-5-1

2-5-0

7

38-22-0

23-13-0

MARTINEZ,J. (L 8-8)

0

1:30

* CCAA game ... % Best of the West Tournament (Turlock) ... & Tournament of Champions (Turlock) - $ CCAA Championship Tournament (Stockton) ... # NCAA West Regional (Kanoehe, Hawaii)

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SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

2011 STATISTICS NAME

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

TB

SLG

BB

LEDFORD, Kayla

.348

60-60

184

20

64

13

1

3

21

88

.478

15

5

11

0

.410

1

2

7-8

VANYI, Rochelle

.340

60-60

188

37

64

15

3

8

33

109

.580

11

2

31

0

.379

2

4

28-30

MYERS, Skylynn

.314

59-59

185

27

58

13

0

3

27

80

.432

6

7

15

3

.355

2

7

3-4

MARTINEZ, Brittany

.291

58-56

151

10

44

10

1

2

19

62

.411

20

0

20

1

.370

2

1

1-2

VERISSIMO, Brittanie

.280

58-58

161

16

45

10

0

2

14

61

.379

9

8

18

0

.348

0

7

4-5

PALERMO, Ali

.248

56-55

141

13

35

4

0

7

27

60

.426

14

0

20

0

.308

4

9

1-1

CURRIE, Vanessa

.246

57-45

122

19

30

7

0

1

11

40

.328

17

3

13

1

.352

0

6

5-7

TALAUGON, Jesse

.212

50-37

104

10

22

4

0

1

10

29

.279

6

3

22

2

.270

2

4

5-7

KONIECZKA, Megan

.211

41-23

57

10

12

1

0

3

10

22

.386

9

0

17

0

.313

1

5

3-3

D’ECCLISS, Danielle

.203

50-40

118

18

24

0

0

0

6

24

.203

8

4

14

0

.277

0

1

6-8

PIZARRO, Tatiana

.176

35-1

17

12

3

0

1

0

2

5

.294

1

0

9

0

.222

0

0

9-12

LOWE, Danielle

.151

48-33

86

19

13

1

0

0

4

14

.163

8

4

19

0

.255

0

8

16-21

GABER, Rachel

.147

24-13

34

5

5

0

0

0

4

5

.147

9

1

8

1

.341

0

1

1-2

LIPPERD, Samantha

.000

1-1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0

0-0

Totals

.270

60-60 1549 216 419

78

6

30

188

599 .387 133

37 218

8

.340

14

55

89-110

Opponents

.196

60-60 1487 148 292

52

5

14

124

396 .266 153

20 424

9

.279

5

50

28-39

NAME

ERA

W-L

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

LIPPERD, Samantha

1.17

26-9 43-39

23 12/4

1 234.1

122

50

39

87 324

24

2

BECERRIL, Ciara

2.42

4-5 24-3

1 1/5

2 72.1

64

29

25

17

29

13

1

MARTINEZ, Julianne

3.57

8-8 23-18

10 1/1

0 106.0

106

69

54

49

71

15

2

Totals

2.00

38-22 60-60 34 19/5

3 412.2

292

148

118

153 424

52

Opponents

3.11

22-38 60-60 29 6/0

4 405.1

419

216

180

133 218

78

G-GS

CG SHO

3B

CIARA BECERRIL

14

HR

RBI

SO

HBP

2B

SO

3B

GDP

HR

OBP

SF

SH

AB

AVG

8

815

.150

10

9

4

268

.239

0

4

2

404

.262

4

7

5

14 1487 .196

14

20

6

30 1549 .270

27

37

MEGAN KONIECZKA

WP

SB-ATT

HBP


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

CCAA REVIEW CCAA

OVERALL

W

L

Pct

Home

Away

W

L

T

Pct

Streak

Home

Away

Neutral

UC San Diego

22

9

.710

13-3

9-6

45

13

0

.776

W9

20-4

12-6

13-3

SONOMA STATE

23

13

.639

15-5

8-8

38

22

0

.633

L1

17-7

11-9

10-6

Chico State

20

12

.625

10-6

10-6

30

19

0

.612

L2

11-8

10-7

9-4

Cal State Dominguez Hills

17

15

.531

7-9

10-6

28

24

0

.538

L1

13-9

10-10

5-5

Cal State San Bernardino

18

18

.500

11-5

7-13

35

24

0

.593

L2

17-5

11-17

7-2

Cal State Monterey Bay

17

18

.486

10-5

7-13

24

27

0

.471

L1

11-6

8-16

5-5

Humboldt State

15

17

.469

9-7

6-10

27

24

0

.529

L1

13-8

6-10

8-6

Cal State East Bay

14

22

.389

9-7

5-15

24

27

0

.471

L1

14-8

8-15

2-4

Cal State Stanislaus

14

22

.389

9-11

5-11

21

30

0

.412

W2

15-18

5-12

1-0

San Francisco State

11

25

.306

6-14

5-11

18

35

0

.340

L2

6-14

7-15

5-6

CCAA WEEKLY AWARDS 2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sarah Locarnini, CSU Stanislaus Emiley McEwen, CSU Dominguez Hills Mya Romero, UC San Diego SKYLYNN MYERS, SONOMA ST. Kris Lesovsky, UC San Diego Taylor Newmann, CSU East Bay Courtney Wilhelms, CSU San Bernardino Jennifer DeFazio, UC San Diego Hailey Stockman, Chico St. Shae Morales, CSU Monterey Bay Kassandra Winger, CSU East Bay

2/6 2/13 2/20 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 4/3 4/10 4/17 4/24

PITCHER OF THE WEEK Sam Baker, Chico St. SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST. Camille Gaito, UC San Diego Sam Baker, Chico St. Brittani Weatherford, CSU Stanislaus SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST. Brianne Godfredson, CSU San Bernardino Camille Gaito, UC San Diego Camille Gaito, UC San Diego Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino Camille Gaito, UC San Diego

ALL-CCAA

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

FIRST TEAM Camille Gaito, UC San Diego SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST. Hailey Stockman, Chico St. Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St. KAYLA LEDFORD, SONOMA ST. Jordan Flora, CSU Stanislaus ROCHELLE VANYI, SONOMA ST. Kris Lesovsky, UC San Diego Felicia Viverios, Humboldt St. Priscilla Curiel, CSU San Bernardino Jacquelyn Holtzclaw, CSU San Bernardino JESSE TALAUGON, SONOMA ST. BRITTANY MARTINEZ, SONOMA ST. Skyler Valdivia, CSU Monterey Bay

P P C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF AL AL AL AL

SECOND TEAM Sam Baker, Chico St. Stephanie Jimenez, CSU Dominguez Hills Shae Olds, CSU Monterey Bay Jamie Moon, CSU Monterey Bay Britney Butler, CSU San Bernardino Sarah Woofter, UC San Diego Emiley McEwen, CSU Dominguez Hills Jamie Leffingwell, CSU San Bernardino Britt Wright, Chico St. Heather Jensen, SF State Missy Corral, CSU Stanislaus SKYLYNN MYERS, SONOMA ST. Diana Payan, Chico State Mya Romero, UC San Diego

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT Fri, Apr 29 Sat, Apr 30 Sun, May 1

ARNAIZ FIELD - STOCKTON, CALIF. UC San Diego 2, CSU Dominguez Hills 0 Sonoma State 6, Chico State 2 Sonoma State 5, UC San Diego 2 CSU Dominguez Hills 9, Chico State 5 (8 inn) UC San Diego 6, CSU Dominguez Hills 2 Sonoma State 1, UC San Diego 0

NCAA DIVISION II SUPER REGIONALS Fri, May 13 Sat, May 14 Sun, May 15

SUB REGIONAL 1 at KANEOHE, HAWAII CSU San Bernardino 3, Hawaii Pacific 2 (8 inn) Sonoma State 3, Dixie State 2 (8 inn) CSU San Bernardino 1, Sonoma State 0 Hawaii Pacific 7, Dixie State 2 Sonoma State 5, Hawaii Pacific 3 CSU San Bernardino 2, Sonoma State 0

SUB REGIONAL 2 at CHICO, CALIFORNIA Fri, May 13 UC San Diego 2, Central Washington 1 Chico State 3, Western Washington 1 Sat, May 14 UC San Diego 3, Chico State 1 (11 inn) Western Washington 8, Central Washington 4 CCAA PITCHER OF Chico State 3, Western Washington 2 THE YEAR Sun, May Fleming, 15 UC Diego 2, Chico State 1 Marquis CSUSanStanislaus UC SanFRESHMAN Diego won OF fourTHE straight CCAA YEARgames at the NCAA Division II Championship to win nationalUCtitle. clincher came in a 10-3 victory over AlabamaTimthe Shibuya, SanThe Diego Huntsville. CCAA COACH OF THE YEAR John Goelz, Sonoma State

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CCAA REVIEW BATTING (min. 2.0 AB/gm) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

AVG Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt State...................................398 Felicia Viveiros, Humboldt State...............................392 Sarah Locarnini, CSU Stanislaus...............................388 Hailey Stockman, Chico State...................................382 Jamie Moon, CSU Monterey Bay...............................377 Diana Payan, Chico State..........................................369 Kirsten Nouzovsky, Humboldt State.........................350 KAYLA LEDFORD, SONOMA STATE.................. .348 Jacqueline Holdtzclaw, CSU San Bernardino............343 Jordan Flora, CSU Stanislaus....................................342

PITCHING (min. 1.0 IP/gm)............................... ERA

16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Camille Gaito, UC San Diego....................................0.75 SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA STATE............ 1.17 Sam Baker, Chico State............................................1.73 Tess Granath, UC San Diego.....................................2.27 Stephanie Jimenez, CSU Dominguez Hills...............2.40 CIARA BECERRIL, SONOMA STATE.................. 2.42 Lauren Harper, CSU Dominguez Hills.......................2.55 Jessica McDermott, Chico State...............................2.57 Ashley Jackson, SF State.........................................2.64 Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino............................2.72

1 2 4 5

Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St.....................................68 KAYLA LEDFORD, SONOMA ST.......................64 ROCHELLE VANYI, SONOMA ST......................64 Jamie Moon, CSU Monterey Bay............................61 Felicia Viveiros, Humboldt St.................................60

1 2 3 5

Kris Loesovsky, UC San Diego................................18 Diana Payan, Chico St............................................17 Jackie Serna, CSU Monterey Bay...........................16 Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St.....................................16 Two tied with........................................................15

1 2 3

Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St.....................................18 Shae Olds, CSU Monterey Bay...............................13 Priscilla Curiel, CSU San Bernardino......................11 Felicia Viverios, Humboldt St.................................11 Kirstn Nouzovsky, Humboldt St.............................11

1 2 3

Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St.....................................47 Jordan Flora, CSU Stanislaus.................................45 Kirsten Nouzovsky, Humboldt St...........................43 Shae Olds, CSU Monterey Bay...............................43 Courtney Wilhelms, CSU San Bernardino...............43

1 2 3 4 5

Sarah Locarnini, CSU Stanislaus............................53 Chrissy Stalf, Humboldt St.....................................48 Kris Lesovsky, UC San Diego..................................46 Jacqueline Holtzclaw, CSU San Bernardino...........40 Kirsten Nouzovsky, Humboldt St...........................39

HITS

DOUBLES

HOME RUNS

RUNS BATTED IN

RUNS SCORED

G AB R H 51 171 48 68 51 153 32 60 51 152 53 59 50 144 27 55 51 162 36 61 50 149 24 55 51 157 39 55 60 184 20 64 58 172 40 59 51 158 27 54

2B 16 8 2 12 9 17 11 13 8 15

3B 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 3 1

HR RBI BB 18 47 18 11 42 24 0 7 29 9 38 17 8 26 21 0 23 22 11 43 20 3 21 15 2 26 17 8 45 18

W-L APP SV IP H R 35-4 47 4 262.1 189 40 26-9 43 1 234.1 122 50 22-11 35 1 222.2 169 66 7-5 20 1 92.1 78 43 14-10 40 6 163.2 160 67 4-5 24 2 72.1 64 29 13-14 43 2 172.2 184 77 8-5 20 0 100.2 88 46 10-17 33 0 191.0 191 110 16-9 40 0 187.2 183 88

ER BB SO 28 26 208 39 87 324 55 68 202 30 38 55 56 44 127 25 17 29 63 31 114 37 51 86 72 66 127 73 51 138

STOLEN BASES

1 2 3 4

Sarah Locarnini, CSU Stanislaus............................38 Jacqueline Holtzclaw, CSU San Bernardino...........33 ROCHELLE VANYI, SONOMA ST......................28 Britt Wright, Chico St.............................................18 Britney Butler, CSU San Bernardino.......................18

1 2 3 4 5

Camille Gaito, UC San Diego..................................35 SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST................26 Sam Baker, Chico St...............................................22 Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino..........................16 Vaneza Hoover, Humboldt St.................................15

1 2 3 4 5

SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST................12 Camille Gaito, UC San Diego....................................9 Sam Baker, Chico St.................................................6 Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino............................4 Four tied with.........................................................3

1 2 3 4 5

Camille Gaito, UC San Diego.............................262.1 SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST........... 234.1 Sam Baker, Chico St..........................................222.2 Ashley Jackson, SF State..................................191.0 Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino.....................187.2

1 2 3 4 5

SAMANTHA LIPPERD, SONOMA ST..............324 Camille Gaito, UC San Diego................................208 Sam Baker, Chico St.............................................202 Cassidy Lee, CSU San Bernardino........................138 Two tied with......................................................127

WINS

SHUTOUTS

INNINGS PITCHED

STRIKEOUTS

TEAM STATISTICS

BATTING Humboldt State Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Monterey Bay UC San Diego Chico State SONOMA STATE Cal State East Bay San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Dominguez Hills

G 51 50 51 58 50 60 51 53 51 52

AVG .306 .300 .277 .276 .274 .270 .262 .262 .259 .251

R 295 290 225 262 192 216 189 184 205 193

PITCHING UC San Diego SONOMA STATE Chico State Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State San Bernardino San Francisco State Cal State East Bay Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Monterey Bay Humboldt State

G 58 60 50 52 59 53 51 51 51 51

ERA 1.44 2.00 2.45 2.57 3.14 3.36 3.47 3.89 3.92 5.73

SO 287 424 312 249 260 235 208 146 227 195

FIELDING Cal State East Bay UC San Diego Chico State Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Monterey Bay Humboldt State SONOMA STATE San Francisco State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State San Bernardino

G 51 58 50 52 51 51 60 53 51 59

FLD% .971 .970 .970 .968 .966 .965 .963 .963 .957 .957

E 45 51 44 46 52 54 62 62 66 70

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HONORS All-NCAC 1984 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Yvonne McDonald (1) Wendy Gurwitz (1) Kim Williams (2) Carolyn Hummer (2) Becky Wood (1) Lynette Garror (1) Karen McDonald (1) Teresa Cheek (1) Michell Fortkamp (1) Cindy Romero (1) Vicki Hatley (2) Lisa Bernard (2) Lynette Garror (2) Cathy Howell (HM) Cindy Romero (1) Teresa Cheek (2) Michell Fortkamp (2) Sue Fosselman (HM) Kim Ebersole (1) Cindy Romero (1) Tara Locke-Paddon (2) Kim Battacavola (2) Jennifer Mendes (HM) Christine Seale (HM) Delores Peters (1) Chris Seale (1) Marcee Shaffer (2) Jennifer Mendes (2) Leslie Beebout (HM) Yvette Canavesio (HM) Lisa Ebersole (1) Marci Shafffer (2) Chris Seale (2) Heather Pollack (2) Leslie Beebout (HM) No records available Kathleen Russell (1) Laurie Lucero (2) Kelley Claus (2) Dani Barese (1) Brenda Scally (2) Brenda Joyce (HM) Suzanne Opbroek (HM) Marla Clayton (1) Lesa Leonis (1) Brenda Scally (2) Tami Page (1) Michelle Yanglin (2) Brenda Scally (2) Marla Clayton (2) Lesa Leonis (HM) Cecilia Villegas (HM)

1997 1998

Brenda Scally (1) Tami Page (1) Lesa Leonis (2) Erin Pacheco (2) Sara Parks (2)

All-CCAA 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Erin Pacheco (2) Amber Kalcic (2) Lara Wimmer (2) Emily Hose (HM) Suzanne Richards (HM) Kelli Peterson (2) Danielle McDavid (2) Melissa Rosa (2) Sarah Lovell (HM) Emily Hose (HM) Emily Hose (1) Danielle McDavid (2) Kelli Peterson (2) Danielle McDavid (2) Danielle McDavid (1) Monica Centoni (2) Lindsay Frey (2) Kelly Lazzini (HM) Crystal Sauseda (1) Rachel Hutson (HM) Stephanie Azevedo (1) Shyrle Hawes (2) Isabel Bañales (HM) Alex Winters (2) Lindsay Emmel (2) Nicole Cordova (2) Lindsay Emmel (1) Kayla Ledford (2) Nicole Cordova (2) Simone Brandalise (1) Ashley Britton (1) Ali Palermo (1) Kayla Ledford (2) Julianne Martinez (2) Rochelle Vanyi (2) Samantha Lipperd (1) Kayla Ledford (1) Rochelle Vanyi (1) Jesse Talaugon (1) Brittany Martinez (1) Skylynn Myers (2)

CCAA PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2009 Lindsay Emmel

NCAC

CoSIDA

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1991 Lisa Ebersole

CCAA

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1991 Lisa Ebersole (2) 1997 Jolene Blackshear 2007 Alex Winters

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2007 Megan Ochylski

NCAA

DAKTRONICS

ALL-REGIONAL TEAM 2007 Claire Hiney

ALL-WEST REGION 2009 Lindsay Emmel (1) Kayla Ledford (1) 2010 Ashley Britton (1) Julianne Martinez (1) Ali Palermo (1) Simone Brandalise (2) Samantha Lipperd (2) 2011 Samantha Lipperd (1) Kayla Ledford (2) Rochelle Vanyi (2)

NFCA ALL-WEST REGION 1991 Lisa Ebersole (1) Marci Shaffer (2) 1992 Kathleen Russell (2) 1993 Kathleen Russell (2) 1997 Tami Page (1) Brenda Scally (2) 2002 Lindsay Frey (2) 2007 Lindsay Emmel (2) Alex Winters (2) 2009 Lindsay Emmel (1) 2011 Samantha Lipperd (1) Kayla Ledford (1) Rochelle Vanyi (1)

NFCA WEST REGION PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2009 Lindsay Emmel

CCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2009 Janelle Arnold Simone Brandalise Brittany Martinez 2010 Simone Brandalise Ashley Britton Samantha Lipperd Julianne Martinez (MVP) Skylynn Myers Ali Palermo Rochelle Vanyi 2011 Danielle D’Eccliss Kayla Ledford Samantha Lipperd (MVP) Brittany Martinez Ali Palermo

NFCA NATIONAL PITCHER OF THE WEEK 2011 Samantha Lipperd (2/16) Samantha Lipperd (5/4)

SSU ATHLETICS HALL 1998 1999 2004

OF FAME Cindy Romero Tina Woodring (De La Rosa) Brenda Scally

DAKTRONICS ALL-AMERICA 2011 Samantha Lipperd (3)

NFCA ALL-AMERICA 1991 Lisa Ebersole (2)

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YEARLY LEADERS Batting Avg. 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Woodring/McDonald Kim Mays Becky Wood Cindy Romero Cindy Romero Lee Murison Lisa Ebersole Chris Seale Lisa Ebersole Kathleen Russell Marla Clayton Kelly Claus Tammy Fa’agata Brenda Scally Tami Page Erin Pacheco Erin Pacheco Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Lindsay Frey Danielle McDavid Lindsay Frey Crystal Sauseda Shyrle Hawes Megan Ochylski Nicole Cordova Brittany Martinez Simone Brandalise Kayla Ledford

.333 .276 .319 .364 .358 .325 .401 .319 .366 .323 .346 .371 .448 .387 .335 .354 .318 .349 .326 .299 .361 .357 .311 .363 .353 .309 .338 .373 .348

RUNS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

18

Williams/McDonald Kim Williams Lisa Bernard Cindy Romero Sue Fosselman Moni Lomas Lisa Ebersole Yvette Canavesio Lisa Ebersole Kathleen Russell Kathleen Russell Marla Clayton Lesa Leonis Michelle Yanglin Michelle Yanglin Allisa Williams Erin Pacheco Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Kelly Lazzini Erika Campbell

11 34 27 26 27 19 47 25 36 44 43 34 42 39 38 20 22 45 26 21 26 27 30

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Erika Campbell Alex Winters Shyrle Hawes Arnold/Ledford Janelle Arnold Rochelle Vanyi

39 42 23 36 43 37

HITS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Kim Williams Williams/Gurwitz Becky Wood Cindy Romero Cindy Romero Lee Murison Lisa Ebersole Chris Seale Lisa Ebersole Kathleen Russell Clayton/Claus Kelly Claus Dani Barese Tami Page Tami Page Erin Pacheco Erin Pacheco Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Monica Centoni Crystal Sauseda Shyrle Hawes Winters/Hiney Nicole Cordova Arnold/Brandalise Simone Brandalise Ledford/Vanyi

16 38 51 56 64 40 73 46 59 50 54 59 57 67 61 56 48 65 61 46 61 55 47 62 67 43 55 66 64

RBIS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Wendy Gurwitz Yvonne McDonald Becky Wood Cindy Romero Cindy Romero Lee Murison Tara Locke-Paddon Chris Seale Chris Seale Jennifer Bates Danielle DeLuc Kelly Claus Tammy Fa’agata Lesa Leonis Tami Page Erin Pacheco

12 24 22 28 32 20 30 23 35 27 34 35 33 36 34 27

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Erin Pacheco Melissa Rosa Kellie Peterson Lindsay Frey Monica Centoni Monica Centoni Kelly Lazzini Heather Sanders Ashley Eisemann Cordova/Lopez Brandalise/Ledford Ashley Britton Rochelle Vanyi

32 21 23 18 17 37 29 34 34 16 35 46 33

STOLEN BASES 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Norlene Tambussi Williams/Gurwitz Lisa Bernard Cindy Romero Cindy Romero Lee Murison Cindy Romero Marcee Shaffer Lisa Ebersole Kathleen Russell Kathleen Russell Barese/Clayton Lesa Leonis Marla Clayton Jolene Blackshear Sarah Parks Michelle Worthington Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Danielle McDavid Shawna Jackson Erika Campbell Erika Campbell Alex Winters Danielle Lowe Janelle Arnold Janelle Arnold Rochelle Vanyi

10 8 11 26 31 13 24 10 21 28 44 16 15 20 12 11 8 18 17 8 16 5 20 25 15 6 33 22 28

DOUBLES 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Wendy Gurwitz Clark/Mays Becky Wood Cindy Romero Sue Fosselman Michelle Haines Jennifer Mendes Marcee Shaffer Marcee Shaffer

4 4 9 6 9 4 10 10 12

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jennifer Bates Jennifer LeDuc Dani Barese Dani Barese Melissa Kirby Tami Page Erin Pacheco Erin Pacheco Peterson/Rosa Kellie Peterson Stephanie Camara McDavid/Rosa/Rhyne Kelly Lazzini Crystal Sauseda Shyrle Hawes Ashley Eisemann Shyrle Hawes Simone Brandalise Simone Brandalise Rochelle Vanyi

6 12 10 12 14 13 16 18 10 10 9 6 16 11 12 13 8 10 14 15

TRIPLES 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Three tied with Mays/Harriott Lynnette Garror Cindy Romero Cindy Romero Lee Murison Ebersole/Romero Marcee Shaffer Three tied with Russell/LeDuc Kathleen Russell Dani Barese Fa’agata/Barese Brenda Scally Tami Page Williams/Carley Lesley Bagley Danielle McDavid Kellie Peterson McDavid/Camara Danielle McDavid Shawna Jackson Erika Campbell Stephanie Azevedo Alex Bright Nicole Cordova Simone Brandalise Ashley Britton Rochelle Vanyi

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YEARLY LEADERS HOME RUNS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Three tied with Yvonne McDonald Lynnette Garror Cindy Romero Teresa Cheek Locke-Paddon/Murison Cindy Romero None Three tied with Danielle LeDuc Danielle LeDuc Claus/Barese Tammy Fa’agata Melissa Kirby Jolene Blackshear Erin Pacheco Erin Pacheco McDavid/Peterson Peterson/Kalcic None Rhyne/Frey Frey/Centoni Crystal Sauseda Shyrle Hawes Claire Hiney Dani Lopez Four tied with Ali Palermo Rochelle Vanyi

1 4 1 3 4 2 1 0 1 2 3 3 3 2 1 6 6 1 1 0 1 4 4 4 6 4 2 10 8

WINS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Tina Woodring Kim Mays Becky Wood Teresa Cheek Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Dolores Peters-Goelz Heather Pollack Heather Pollack Lauchland/Norberg Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Mindy King Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Meegan Kaminaka Sharleen Koenig Sharleen Koenig Kelly Lazzini Kelly Lazzini

11 10 10 14 20 4 14 15 7 15 12 16 16 20 21 10 12 15 12 10 9 13 7

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Lipperd/Martinez Samantha Lipperd

16 15 9 19 21 26

SHUTOUTS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

None Kim Mays Becky Wood Vicki Hatley Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Peters-Goelz/Chaffee Rhonda Chaffee Heather Pollack Sandy Lauchland Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Wimmer/Rossi Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Sarah Lindenbaum Meegan Kaminaka Koenig/Callaway Kelly Lazzini Candice Pick Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Julianne Martinez Samantha Lipperd

0 2 3 6 8 2 4 7 5 6 4 7 5 10 10 2 3 6 3 5 2 7 3 5 3 4 4 5 12

ERA 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Tina Woodring Kim Mays Becky Wood Teresa Cheek Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Dolores Peters-Goelz Heather Pollack Tina Orchid Sandy Lauchland Susie Norberg Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Mindy King

2.11 1.98 1.60 1.52 1.52 2.37 1.58 0.97 1.66 1.84 1.89 1.48 1.11 1.11 0.94 2.37

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Sarah Lindenbaum Sharleen Koenig Sharleen Koenig Kelly Lazzini Kelly Lazzini Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Julianne Martinez Samantha Lipperd

1.88 1.35 2.45 1.99 2.46 2.31 3.33 3.64 2.00 2.62 1.72 1.83 1.17

STRIKEOUTS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tina Woodring Kim Mays Becky Wood Teresa Cheek Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Dolores Peters Heather Pollack Tina Orchid Susie Norberg Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Lara Wimmer Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Meegan Kaminaka Sharleen Koenig Sharleen Koenig Kelly Lazzini Kelly Lazzini Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Samantha Lipperd Samantha Lipperd

60 51 66 39 47 17 28 83 32 75 32 59 77 121 169 50 56 74 51 77 81 119 79 116 202 85 191 142 324

INNINGS 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Tina Woodring Kim Mays Becky Wood Teresa Cheek Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Dolores Peters Heather Pollack

119.1 145.0 179.2 146.0 257.2 192.0 155.0 172.2 194.1

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Heather Pollack Sandra Lauchland Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Mindy King Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Meegan Kaminaka Sharleen Koenig Sharleen Koenig Kelly Lazzini Kelly Lazzini Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Julianne Martinez Samantha Lipperd

183.0 137.1 150.1 169.2 195.1 217.0 139.0 175.1 171.0 137.2 165.0 182.1 172.2 143.0 221.0 192.2 181.1 195.2 206.1 234.1

APPEARANCES 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tina Woodring Kim Mays Becky Wood Vicki Hatley Teresa Cheek Tracy Amador Kim Buttacavola Dolores Peters Heather Pollack Heather Pollack Susie Norberg Norberg/Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Alicia Rossi Lara Wimmer Sarah Lovell Sara Lindenbaum Sharleen Koenig Sharleen Koenig Isabel Bañales Kelly Lazzini Isabel Bañales Lindsay Emmel Brittany Williams Lindsay Emmel Julianne Martinez Samantha Lipperd

18 25 26 21 39 30 26 26 28 29 23 24 26 30 33 28 28 28 24 27 29 33 24 42 43 34 40 36 43

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Batting Avg.

HITS

TRIPLES

RUNS

CAREER 1. Lisa Ebersole (1989, 91)...............385 2. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)........369 3. Tami Page (1996-97)....................357 4. Dani Barese (1994-95).................355 5. Casey Alderson (1994-95)............352 6. Rochelle Vanyi (2010-11).............346 7. Erin Pacheco (1998-99)................337 8. Danielle McDavid (2000-03)........334 9. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)..........330 10. Kelly Claus (1992-94)...................322

CAREER 1. Danielle McDavid (2000-03)........233 2. Marla Clayton (1993-96)..............208 3. Lesa Leonis (1994-97)..................201 4. Kayla Ledford (2008-11)..............200 5. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)........182 6. Emily Hose (1999-02)..................168 7. Kelly Claus (1992-94)...................155 8. Brenda Scally (1994-97)...............150 9. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)......149 10. Shyrle Hawes (2006-08)...............148

CAREER 1. Lesa Leonis (1994-97)..................133 2. Marla Clayton (1993-96)..............132 3. Danielle McDavid (2000-03)........118 4. Leslie Beebout (1990-93).............109 5. Michelle Yanglin (1994-97)..........101 6. Kayla Ledford (2008-11)................98 7. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)............87 8. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)..........85 Kelly Claus (1992-94).....................85 Shyrle Hawes (2006-08).................85

SEASON 1. Tammy Fa’agata (1995)................448 2. Lisa Ebersole (1989).....................401 3. Cindy Romero (1989)...................388 4. Brenda Scally (1996)....................387 5. Casey Alderson (1995).................380 6. Tami Page (1996).........................379 7. Simone Brandalise (2010)............373 8. Kelly Claus (1994)........................371 9. Lisa Ebersole (1991).....................366 10. Cindy Romero (1986)...................364

SEASON 1. Lisa Ebersole (1989).......................73 2. Tami Page (1996)...........................67 Alex Winters (2007)........................67 Claire Hiney (2007)........................67 5. Simone Brandalise (2010)..............66 6. Michelle Yanglin (1996).................65 Brenda Scally (1996)......................65 Danielle McDavid (2000)................65 Ashley Britton (2010).....................65 10. Cindy Romero (1986).....................64 Ashley Eisenmann (2007)..............64 Kayla Ledford (2011)......................64 Rochelle Vanyi (2011)....................64

CAREER 1. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)..........25 2. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)............12 Danielle McDavid (2000-03)..........12 4. Lisa Ebersole (1989, 91).................11 Brenda Scally (1994-97).................11 6. Michelle Fortkamp (1985-87)..........8 Lynette Garror (1985-86).................8 Chris Seale (1989-91).......................8 Leslie Beebout (1990-93).................8 Tami Page (1996-97)........................8 Erika Campbell (2005)......................8

HOME RUNS CAREER 1. ALI PALERMO (2010-).............. 17 Rochelle Vanyi (2010-11)...............17 3. Erin Pacheco (1998-99)..................12 4. Ashley Britton (2009-10)...............10 5. Shyrle Hawes (2006-08)...................9 6. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)..........8 7. Janelle Arnold (2009-10).................7 Kayla Ledford (2008-11)..................7 9. Claire Hiney (2007)..........................6 SKYLYNN MYERS (2009-)............ 6 SEASON 1. ALI PALERMO (2010)............... 10 2. Rochelle Vanyi (2010)......................9 3. Ashley Britton (2010).......................8 Rochelle Vanyi (2011)......................8 5. ALI PALERMO (2011)................. 7 6. Erin Pacheco (1998).........................6 Erin Pacheco (1999).........................6 Claire Hiney (2007)..........................6 Janelle Arnold (2010).......................6 Simone Brandalise (2010)................6

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SEASON 1. Cindy Romero (1986).......................9 Cindy Romero (1987).......................9 3. Erika Campbell (2005)......................8 4. Cindy Romero (1989).......................7 Lisa Ebersole (1989).........................7 Marcie Shaffer (1990)......................7 Kathleen Russell (1993)...................7 8. Tracey Harriott (1984)......................6 Lynnette Garror (1985)....................6 Tami Page (1996).............................6 Brenda Scally (1997)........................6 Danielle McDavid (2000)..................6

DOUBLES

RBIs

CAREER 1. Kayla Ledford (2008-11)................35 2. Erin Pacheco (1998-99)..................34 3. Shyrle Hawes (2006-08).................31 4. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)........30 5. Monica Centoni (2001-04).............26 6. Brenda Scally (1994-97).................25 Amber Kalcic (1999-02).................25 8. Danielle McDavid (2000-03)..........24 9. Kelly Claus (1992-94).....................23 SKYLYNN MYERS (2009-).......... 23 SEASON 1. Erin Pacheco (1999).......................18 2. Erin Pacheco (1998).......................16 Kelly Lazzini (2004)........................16 4. Monica Centoni (2004)...................15 Rochelle Vanyi (2011)....................15 6. Melissa Kirby (1996)......................14 Simone Brandalise (2010)..............14 8. Tami Page (1997)...........................13 Lindsay Frey (2004)........................13 Ashley Eisemann (2007)................13 SKYLYNN MYERS (2011)........... 13 Kayla Ledford (2011)......................13

CAREER 1. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)........90 2. Kayla Ledford (2008-11)................86 3. Brenda Scally (1992-94).................84 4. Kelly Claus (1992-94).....................81 5. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)..........80 6. Lesa Leonis (1994-97)....................79 7. Rochelle Vanyi (2010-11)...............74 8. Monica Centoni (2001-04).............68 Ashley Britton (2009-10)...............68 9. Amber Kalcic (1999-02).................64 ALI PALERMO (2010-11)........... 64 SEASON 1. Ashley Britton (2010).....................46 2. Simone Brandalise (2010)..............42 3. Rochelle Vanyi (2010)....................41 4. Monica Centoni (2004)...................37 ALI PALERMO (2010)............... 37 6. Lesa Leonis (1994).........................36 7. Chris Seale (1991)..........................35 Kelly Claus (1994)..........................35 Simone Brandalise (2009)..............35 Kayla Ledford (2009)......................35

SEASON 1. Lisa Ebersole (1989).......................47 2. Danielle McDavid (2000)................45 3. Kathleen Russell (1992).................44 4. Kathleen Russell (1993).................43 Janelle Arnold (2010).....................43 6. Lesa Leonis (1995).........................42 Alex Winters (2007)........................42 8. Rochelle Vanyi (2010)....................41 9. Leslie Beebout (1993)....................39 Michelle Yanglin (1996).................39 Erika Campbell (2006)....................39 Ashley Britton (2010).....................39

STOLEN BASES CAREER 1. Cindy Romero (1986-89, 89)..........81 2. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)............72 3. Marla Clayton (1993-96)................66 4. Danielle McDavid (2000-03)..........59 5. Janelle Arnold (2009-10)...............55 6. Michelle Fortkamp (1985-87)........49 7. Leslie Beebout (1990-93)...............46 8. Danielle Lowe (2008-11)................45 9. Lesa Leonis (1994-97)....................41 10.. Erika Campbell (2005-06)..............45 SEASON 1. Kathleen Russell (1993).................44 2. Janelle Arnold (2009).....................33 3. Cindy Romero (1987).....................31 4. Jessica Abelia (2009)......................30 5. Kathleen Russell (1992).................28 Rochelle Vanyi (2011)....................28 7. Cindy Romero (1986).....................26 Michelle Fortkamp (1987)..............26 9. Erika Campbell (2006)....................25 10. Cindy Romero (1989).....................24


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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS WALKS

ON BASE PCT.

ERA

SHUTOUTS

CAREER 1. Shyrle Hawes (2006-08).................80 2. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)............66 3. Michelle Yanglin (1994-97)............65 4. Leslie Beebout (1990-93)...............62 5. Monica Centoni (2001-04).............59 Kayla Ledford (2008-11)................59 7. Kelly Claus (1992-94).....................54 Lesa Leonis (1994-97)....................54 9. Nicole Cordova (2008-09)...............50 10. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)........48

CAREER 1. Lisa Ebersole (1989, 91)...............455 2. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)..........450 3. Tami Page (1996-97)....................419 4. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)........413 5. Janelle Arnold (2009-10).............407 6. Dani Barese (1994-95).................405 Shyrle Hawes (2006-08)...............405 8. Nicole Cordova (2008-09).............399 9. Casey Alderson (1994-95)............398 10. Rochelle Vanyi (2010-11).............396

CAREER (200+ IP) 1. Brenda Scally (1994-97)..............1.18 2. Teresa Cheek (1986-87)...............1.26 3. Vicki Hatley (1985-86)................1.48 4. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010-). 1.64 5. Tami Page (1996-97)...................1.68 6. Sarah Lovell (1999-00)................1.84 7. Lindsay Emmel (2007, 09)...........1.86 8. Cecilia Villegas (1995-96)............1.91 9. Susie Norberg (1993-94).............1.99 10. Heather Pollack (1991-92)..........2.01

SEASON 1. Kathleen Russell (1992).................42 2. Shyrle Hawes (2007)......................31 3. Monica Centoni (2004)...................30 4. Michele Ross (1989).......................29 Leslie Beebout (1993)....................29 Michelle Yanglin (1997).................29 Shyrle Hawes (2006)......................29 8. Heather Sanders (2006).................27 9. Sue Fosselman (1987)....................25 Nicole Cordova (2008)....................25 Nicole Cordova (2009)....................25

SEASON 1. Tammy Fa’agata (1995)................527 2. Lisa Ebersole (1989).....................473 3. Kathleen Russell (1992)...............470 4. Shyrle Hawes (2007)....................460 5. Brenda Scally (1996)....................440 Cindy Romero (1989)...................440 7. Michelle Yanglin (1996)...............439 8. Casey Alderson (1995).................436 9. Lisa Ebersole (1991).....................433 Monica Centoni (2004).................433

SEASON (100+ IP) 1. Teresa Cheek (1986)....................0.82 2. Brenda Scally (1997)...................0.94 3. Delores Decker (1990).................1.01 4. Vicki Hatley (1986)......................1.02 5. Brenda Scally (1995)...................1.10 6. Brenda Scally (1996)...................1.11 7. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2011).. 1.17 8. Sarah Lovell (2000).....................1.35 9. Sharleen Koenig (2000)..............1.37 10. Susie Norberg (1994)..................1.48

CAREER 1. Brenda Scally (1994-97).................32 2. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010-).... 16 3. Teresa Cheek (1986-87)..................12 4. Sharleen Koenig (2000-03)............11 Heather Pollack (1991-92).............11 6. Rhonda Chaffee (1990-91).............10 7. Cecilia Vargas (1995-96)...................8 Kelly Lazzini (2004-05)....................8 8. Vicki Hatley (1985-86).....................7 Dolores Peters (1990).......................7 Isabel Bañales (2003-06).................7 Lindsay Emmel (2007, 09)................7

WINS

INNINGS

CAREER 1. Brenda Scally (1994-97).................73 2. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010-).... 47 3. Sharleen Koenig (2000-03)............36 4. Teresa Cheek (1986-87)..................34 Isabel Bañales (2003-06)...............34 Lindsay Emmel (2007, 09)..............34 7. Heather Pollack (1991-92).............29 JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010-).... 29 9. Cecilia Villegas (1995-96)...............28 8. Susie Norberg (1993-94)................26 Brittany Williams (2007-09)...........26

CAREER 1. Brenda Scally (1994-97)............735.1 2. Sharleen Koenig (2003-07).......584.0 3. Isabel Bañales (2003-06)..........548.1 4. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010-)....414.2 5. Teresa Cheek (1986-87).............404.0 6. Lindsay Emmel (2007, 09).........388.1 7. Heather Pollack (1991-92)........377.0 8. Brittany Williams (2007-09)......364.0 9. Kelly Lazzini (2004-05).............315.2

SLUGGING PCT. CAREER 1. Erin Pacheco (1998-99)................583 2. Rochelle Vanyi (2010-11).............580 3. Cindy Romero (1986-87, 89)........531 4. ALI PALERMO (2010-11)........ .521 5. Dani Barese (1994-95).................502 6. Lisa Ebersole (1989, 91)...............487 7. Ashley Britton (2009-10).............467 8. Tami Page (1996-97)....................462 9. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)......446 10. Kathleen Russell (1992-93)..........441 SEASON 1. Tammy Fa’agata (1995)................672 2. ALI PALERMO (2010)............ .627 3. Erin Pacheco (1999).....................583 4. Erin Pacheco (1998).....................582 5. Rochelle Vanyi (2010)..................581 6. Rochelle Vanyi (2011)..................580 7. Ashley Britton (2010)...................576 8. Cindy Romero (1986)...................558 9. Simone Brandalise (2010)............554 10. Cindy Romero (1989)...................544

SEASON 1. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2011)..... 26 2. Brenda Scally (1997)......................21 SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010)..... 21 JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010)..... 21 5. Teresa Cheek (1987).......................20 Brenda Scally (1996)......................20 7. Lindsay Emmel (2009)...................19 8. Brenda Scally (1994)......................16 Brenda Scally (1995)......................16 Cecilia Villegas (1996)....................16 Isabel Bañales (2006).....................16

SEASON 1. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2011)..... 12 2. Brenda Scally (1996)......................10 Brenda Scally (1997)......................10 4. Teresa Cheek (1987).........................8 5. Rhonda Chaffee (1990)....................7 Dolores Peters (1990).......................7 Brenda Scally (1994)........................7 Kelly Lazzini (2004)..........................7 9. Vicki Hatley (1986)...........................6 Heather Pollack (1992).....................6 Sarah Lovell (2000)..........................6

STRIKEOUTS

CAREER 1. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010-).... 466 2. Brenda Scally (1994-97)...............426 3. Lindsay Emmel (2007, 09)............393 4. Isabel Bañales (2003-06).............278 5. Sharleen Koenig (2000-03)..........244 6. Kelly Lazzini (2004-05)................198 10. JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010-)..... 312.1 7. JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010-).... 175 8. Brittany Williams (2007-09).........171 SEASON 9. Simone Brandalise (2007-10)......147 1. Teresa Cheek (1987)..................258.0 10. Lara Wimmer (1998-99)...............106 2. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2011)...234.1 3. Isabel Bañales (2006)................221.0 SEASON 4. Brenda Scally (1997).................217.0 1. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2011)... 324 5. JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010).. 206.1 2. Lindsay Emmel (2007).................202 6. Brenda Scally (1996).................196.0 3. Lindsay Emmel (2009).................191 7. Lindsay Emmel (2009)..............195.2 4. Brenda Scally (1997)....................169 8. Heather Pollack (1991)..............194.0 5. SAMANTHA LIPPERD (2010)... 142 9. Lindsay Emmel (2007)..............192.2 6. Brenda Scally (1996)....................121 10. Tracy Amador (1988).................192.0 7. Kelly Lazzini (2004)......................119 8. Isabel Bañales (2006)...................116 9. JULIANNE MARTINEZ (2010)... 104 10. Simone Brandalise (2007)..............94

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YEARLY TEAM STATISTICS YEAR RECORD 1983 11-7 1984 24-21 1985 16-31 1986 31-19 1987 31-26 1988 7-43 1989 30-29 1990 29-22 1991 26-31 1992 27-27 1993 32-24 1994 36-20 1995 36-15 1996 40-16 1997 36-22 1998 22-31 1999 24-31 2000 32-27 2001 22-31 2002 21-31 2003 16-38 2004 24-37 2005 16-36-1 2006 21-36 2007 32-32 2008 16-36 2009 36-25 2010 43-18 2011 38-22

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COACH Kathy Klein Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Paul King Chris Elze Chris Elze Chris Elze Chris Elze Chris Elze/Derek Bell Jaime Wallin Jaime Wallin Jaime Wallin Jaime Wallin Jennifer Bridges Jennifer Bridges

AVG .246 .242 .217 .220 .233 .209 .260 .250 .271 .249 .278 .276 .304 .305 .265 .257 .233 .254 .250 .226 .205 .243 .261 .268 .280 .235 .261 .305 .270

R 65 196 144 147 163 88 219 181 285 241 258 225 244 260 241 161 172 195 135 120 85 156 167 206 263 149 225 319 216

2B 12 21 33 17 32 13 51 34 59 31 52 48 61 69 61 53 55 62 52 41 34 69 54 50 75 48 58 86 78

3B 9 25 14 23 22 10 20 24 19 16 19 15 19 11 24 7 9 12 5 2 7 8 20 7 10 4 11 10 6

HR 3 6 1 5 6 4 1 0 3 2 4 6 4 5 1 6 7 2 2 0 2 12 11 18 24 14 10 52 30

SB 32 49 46 69 95 26 71 61 70 79 136 70 63 66 63 40 32 61 41 20 27 15 54 67 61 37 147 58 89

OBP n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a .332 .319 .303 .303 .299 .286 .264 .313 .328 .336 .346 .308 .336 .379 .340

SLG n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a .348 .319 .382 .374 ..334 .317 .298 .311 .298 .259 .245 .319 .355 .351 .378 .320 .333 .463 .387

ERA 2.16 2.32 1.73 1.06 1.95 3.26 1.82 1.30 1.95 2.10 2.46 1.94 1.53 1.38 1.42 2.76 2.51 1.77 2.55 2.16 2.84 3.00 4.07 4.83 2.38 3.40 2.43 2.11 2.00

IP 120.0 305.0 339.1 358.0 409.0 315.2 401.0 343.2 381.1 370.1 364.2 371.0 353.0 382.0 419.1 355.1 374.0 419.2 371.0 356.1 367.0 415.2 346.0 366.1 432.2 341.1 403.2 407.2 412.2

SO 62 71 102 93 70 34 75 119 70 127 71 135 128 181 239 90 101 150 106 137 145 245 162 141 327 161 324 255 424

BB FLD% 35 .945 112 .933 58 .932 80 n/a 71 .943 144 .912 64 .943 73 .955 72 .943 124 .948 107 .959 91 .951 68 .946 64 .961 82 .962 79 .954 51 .951 90 .964 88 .947 63 .957 79 .960 152 .955 144 .957 146 .946 100 .954 130 .953 176 .958 141 .959 153 .964

SINGLE GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

SINGLE GAME TEAM RECORDS

Hits: 4 Many Times (last: Britttany Martinez) Doubles 2 Many Times Triples 2 Many Times Home Runs 2 Ali Palermo 2 Ashley Britton Stolen Bases 4 Erika Campbell 4 Danielle Lowe At Bats 8 Many Times Runs 4 Danielle McDavid Runs Batted In 6 Kelly Lazzini 6 Simone Brandalise 6 Ashley Britton Walks 4 Many Times Hit By Pitch 4 Janelle Arnold Inn. Pitched 13 Sharleen Koenig Walks 11 Lindsey Dow Strikeouts 15 Lindsay Emmel 15 Samantha Lipperd 15 Samantha Lipperd (individual records go back to 2000)

Runs Runs Allowed Hits Hits Allowed Runs in Inn. Runs All. in Inn. Errors Most Innings

2/26/11

4/3/10 4/8/10 3/22/06 4/5/11 5/5/00 4/27/05 3/31/09 3/26/10 3/19/10 3/8/03 2/4/06 3/20/09 2/11/11 4/5/11

35 17 27 23 19 12 7 7 7 7 7 25

vs. Menlo vs. Humboldt State vs. Notre Dame vs. Humboldt State vs. Menlo vs. Humboldt State vs. Humboldt State vs. UC Riverside vs. San Francisco State vs. Saint Mary’s vs. Cal State Stanislaus vs. Chico State (L, 3-5)

E 29 101 108 n/a 115 139 109 76 109 91 72 89 90 68 72 82 87 70 96 71 68 84 69 91 89 76 72 73 61 4/24/91 2/11/06 3/16/91 2/11/06 4/24/91 2/11/06 3/6/94 4/2/85 4/28/95 3/23/84 3/20/09 4/23/85


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PROGRAM HISTORY YEAR-By-YEAR RECORDS YEAR COACH 1980 Kathy Klein 1981 Kathy Klein 1982 Kathy Klein 1983 Kathy Klein 1984 Paul King 1985 Paul King 1986 Paul King 1987 Paul King 1988 Paul King 1989 Paul King 1990 Paul King 1991 Paul King 1992 Paul King 1993 Paul King 1994 Paul King 1995 Paul King 1996 Paul King 1997 Paul King 1998 Paul King 1999 Paul King 2000 Paul King 2001 Chris Elze 2002 Chris Elze 2003 Chris Elze 2004 Chris Elze 2005 Chris Elze/Derek Bell 2006 Jaime Wallin 2007 Jaime Wallin 2008 Jaime Wallin 2009 Jaime Wallin 2010 Jennifer Bridges 2011 Jennifer Bridges 1980-2011

OVERALL 7-15 6-20 13-17 11-7 24-21 16-31 31-19 31-26 7-43 30-29 29-22 26-31 27-27 32-24 36-20 36-15 40-16 36-22 22-31 24-31 32-27 22-31 21-31 16-38 24-37 16-36-1 21-36 32-32 16-36 36-25 43-18 38-22 801-837-1

PCT CONF. .318 4-10 .231 4-10 .433 4-10 .611 9-5 .533 8-4 .340 7-13 .620 15-5 .544 9-11 .140 2-18 .508 13-11 .569 17-11 .456 13-15 .500 10-14 .571 11-13 .643 17-7 .706 17-7 .714 16-8 .621 16-8 .415 9-15 .436 17-13 .542 18-15 .415 15-17 .404 11-21 .296 9-19 .393 14-22 .311 10-17 .366 5-23 .500 17-19 .444 3-27 .590 17-14 .705 24-12 .633 23-13 .489 351-427

PCT .286 .286 .286 .643 .667 .350 .750 .450 .100 .542 .607 .464 .417 .458 .708 .708 .667 .667 .375 .567 .545 .469 .344 .321 .389 .370 .179 .472 .111 .548 .667 .639 .451

CAREER COACHING RECORDS COACH Kathy Klein Paul King Chris Elze Derek Bell Jaime Wallin Jennifer Bridges

YEARS 1980-1983 1984-2000 2001-2005 2005 2006-09 2010-

OVERALL 37-59 479-435 95-152-1 4-22 105-129 81-40

PCT .385 .524 .383 .154 .449 .669

CONF. 21-35 215-188 22-86 4-10 42-83 47-25

PCT .375 .633 .204 .286 .336 .653

CCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2009 - at Stockton, Calif. Sonoma State 6, Humboldt State 2 Cal State Monterey Bay 8, Sonoma State 0 UC San Diego 3, Sonoma State 2 2010 - at Stockton, Calif. Cal State Dominguez Hills 9, Sonoma State 1 Sonoma State 10, Cal State Monterey Bay 1 Sonoma State 3, Chico State 1 Sonoma State 6, Cal State Dominguez Hills 4 Sonoma State 3, Cal State Dominguez Hills 1 2011 - at Stockton, Calif. Sonoma State 6, Chico State 2 Sonoma State 5, UC San Diego 2 Sonoma State 1, UC San Diego 0 Overall: 8-3

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1983 - at Fort Dodge, Iowa (NCAA DIVISION III) Augsburg (SD) 1, Sonoma State 0 Buena Vista (IA) 4, Sonoma State 1 1995 - at Arcata, Calif. Humboldt State 6, Sonoma State 1 Cal State Bakersfield 4, Sonoma State 1 2007 - at Turlock, Calif. UC San Diego 1, Sonoma State 0 Sonoma State 3, Western Washington 1 Seattle 3, Sonoma State 2 (9 inn.) 2009 - at Arcata, Calif. Sonoma State 3, Humboldt State 2 Sonoma State 5, Cal State Stanislaus 2 Cal State Stanislaus 2, Sonoma State 1 Cal State Stanislaus 7, Sonoma State 1 2010 - at Rohnert Park, Calif. Sonoma State 7, Dixie State 6 Chico State 7, Sonoma State 0 Dixie State 8, Sonoma State 0 2011 - at Kaneohe, Hawaii Sonoma State 3, Dixie State 2 Cal State San Bernardino 1, Sonoma State 0 Sonoma State 5, Hawaii Pacific 3 Cal State San Bernardino 2, Sonoma State 0 Overall: 6-12

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BEST OF THE WEST

2002 (3-3)

1995 (4-2)

2003 (2-3)

1996 (4-2)

UC Davis..............................................L, 0-1 San Francisco State............................W, 3-2 Hawaii Pacific......................................L, 0-2 Chico State.........................................W, 3-2 Cal State Bakersfield...........................W, 2-1 Western New Mexico...........................L, 1-5 Hawaii-Hilo........................................W, 4-1 Western Oregon..................................L, 1-2 Western New Mexico...........................L, 0-2 Central Washington............................W, 4-1 Hawaii Pacific......................................L, 4-6

2004 (2-3)

Hawaii Pacific.....................................W, 4-0 Hawaii-Hilo.........................................L, 0-3 Western Oregon.................................W, 5-0 Chaminade..........................................L, 7-8 Western Washington...........................L, 0-9

2005 (0-5)

Western Oregon..................................L, 1-8 Chaminade..........................................L, 2-3 BYU-Hawaii.........................................L, 4-6 Seattle................................................L, 0-4 Hawaii-Hilo.........................................L, 0-1

2006 (4-1)

BYU-Hawaii.........................................L, 0-1 Hawaii-Hilo........................................W, 7-2 Seattle...............................................W, 3-2 Saint Martin’s.....................................W, 1-0 Central Washington............................W, 4-3

2007 (5-2)

Central Washington............................W, 5-3 Western Washington..........................W, 4-0 Grand Canyon......................................L, 0-2 BYU-Hawaii......................................W, 14-5 Hawaii Pacific.....................................W, 1-0 Seattle...............................................W, 7-2 Humboldt State...................................L, 3-4

2008 (2-3)

Humboldt State...................................L, 0-5 Cal State Hayward..............................W, 2-1 San Francisco State............................W, 5-3 Simon Fraser......................................W, 4-1 Cal State Stanislaus............................W, 4-0 Cal State Bakersfield............................L, 2-4 Portland State....................................W, 4-0 UC Davis..............................................L, 0-2 Chico State.........................................W, 5-2 Concordia (CA)....................................W, 6-2 San Francisco State............................W, 6-0 Humboldt State...................................L, 1-2

1997 (3-3)

Humboldt State...................................L, 2-4 Cal State Hayward..............................W, 5-4 Western Oregon.................................W, 7-6 Cal State Dominguez Hills...................L, 1-2 UC Riverside.......................................W, 5-2 UC Davis..............................................L, 0-8

2001 (3-2)

Cal State San Bernardino.....................L, 1-2 Concordia (CA)..................................W, 12-7 Cal State Dominguez Hills...................L, 0-2 Cal State Stanislaus.............................L, 1-8 Southern Colorado.............................W, 7-4

2002 (0-6)

Chico State..........................................L, 0-5 Cal Baptist...........................................L, 0-2 Cal State Bakersfield............................L, 5-6 Cal State San Bernardino.....................L, 0-2 Cal State Stanislaus.............................L, 0-1 San Francisco State.............................L, 2-3

2003 (0-5)

Cal State Bakersfield............................L, 0-8 Western Oregon..................................L, 0-6 Cal State San Bernardino.....................L, 1-3 Humboldt State...................................L, 2-3 San Francisco State...........................L, 4-10

Western Washington...........................L, 0-9 Seattle...............................................W, 9-5 Central Washington............................W, 9-5 Western Oregon..................................L, 2-5 Western Oregon..................................L, 0-3

2004 (0-4)

2009 (3-3)

2006 (0-6)

2010 (7-1)

2007 (2-4)

Notre Dame de Namur........................L, 1-2 Grand Canyon.....................................W, 2-1 Hawaii Pacific.....................................W, 7-1 Chaminade.........................................W, 8-0 Dixie State...........................................L, 1-2 Central Washington.............................L, 1-2 Northwest Nazarene........................W, 13-2 Saint Martin’s...................................W, 10-0 Montana State-Billings......................W, 3-2 Hawaii Pacific......................................L, 1-2 Western Oregon...............................W, 13-3 Hawaii-Hilo......................................W, 10-2 Dixie State..........................................W, 5-3 Central Washington..........................W, 11-1

2011 (4-2)

Hawaii-Hilo........................................W, 4-2 Central Washington............................W, 5-1 Chaminade.........................................W, 4-2 Dixie State..........................................W, 7-0 Notre Dame de Namur........................L, 2-3 Hawaii Pacific......................................L, 1-3

OVERALL: 32-26

Cal State Stanislaus.............................L, 0-1 Cal State Bakersfield............................L, 2-3 Humboldt State...................................L, 0-3 Central Washington.............................L, 5-7 Seattle................................................L, 1-2 Chico State..........................................L, 4-6 Notre Dame de Namur........................L, 6-7 Central Washington.............................L, 2-7 Humboldt State.................................L, 5-10 Grand Canyon......................................L, 0-7 Cal State Stanislaus.............................L, 0-2 San Francisco State.............................L, 2-4 Grand Canyon.....................................W, 9-2 Humboldt State...................................L, 2-3 Notre Dame de Namur.......................W, 3-1 Cal State Monterey Bay.......................L, 1-3

2009 (1-3)

Humboldt State...................................L, 0-8 Cal State Stanislaus.............................L, 1-5 Cal State Dominguez Hills..................W, 1-0 Montana State-Billings.......................L, 1-2

2010 (1-1)

Grand Canyon......................................L, 0-5 Cal State Stanislaus..........................W, 11-3

2011 (3-2)

San Francisco State.............................L, 2-5 Dominican.........................................W, 8-0 Cal State Stanislaus............................W, 3-2 Chico State..........................................L, 1-4 Cal State San Marcos..........................W, 8-0

OVERALL: 21-40

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NO-HITTERS PITCHER(S) Melanie Dado/Kim Mays Teresa Cheek Teresa Smith Heather Pollack Heather Pollack Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Brenda Scally Alicia Rossi Suzanne Richards Sarah Lovell Meegan Kaminaka Samantha Lipperd Samantha Lipperd Samantha Lipperd Samantha Lipperd

OPPONENT vs. Linfield vs. San Francisco St. vs. Notre Dame vs. San Francisco St. vs. Menlo vs. Colo.-Colo. Springs vs. Oregon Tech vs. Humboldt State vs. Chico State vs. San Francisco State vs. CSU Dominguez Hills vs. Cal Lutheran vs. San Francisco State vs. Notre Dame de Namur vs. Chaminade vs. Cal State Stanislaus vs. UC San Diego

DATE 3/20/84 3/1/86 4/13/91 4/3/92 3/11/92 3/29/95 3/27/96 3/2/96 4/13/97 5/1/98 5/4/99 3/25/00 4/7/01 2/10/10 3/30/10 3/11/11 5/1/11

NO-HITTERS

AGAINST SONOMA STATE PITCHER(S) Shelley Mahoney Lori Vaniman Kim Buccio Lori Salo Lisa Martin Carolyn Hawkins Cary Gessell Lea Lopez Gena Weber Gena Weber B.J. Helfrich Danielle de la Porte Melanie Wood Emily Hayes

TEAM Pacific La Verne Cal State Stanislaus UC Davis Cal State Northridge UC Davis Sacramento State Pacific UC Davis UC Davis Humboldt State UC Davis Cal State Bakersfield Texas Tech

BRENDA SCALLY

DATE 2/18/84 4/19/84 3/15/85 2/27/86 4/10/87 3/9/90 4/10/90 2/23/91 4/12/95 5/4/96 4/7/98 4/24/98 5/3/99 3/17/99


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A

Jessica Abelia................................2009 Alyssa Adamo................................2007 Danielle Adler...............................1993 Rene Aguirre........................... 1996-97 Nikki Akaba...................................2000 Sunshine Alcocer...........................1995 Casey Alderson........................ 1994-95 Alexander......................................1993 Lyndsay Alexander........................2006 Shana Alfaro.................................1997 Tracy Amador................................1988 Christina Amoroso................... 1999-02 Jennifer Andersen.........................2001 Emily Arnold.................................1983 Janelle Arnold......................... 2009-10 Sherry Ashworth...........................1991 Stephanie Azevedo................. 2005-06

B

Lesley Bagley.......................... 1998-99 Isabel Banales......................... 2003-06 Gina Bardoni........................... 2005-06 Alexandra Barenchi.......................2009 Dani Barese............................. 1994-95 Jennifer Bates......................... 1991-92 Cecilia Becerra ..............................1988 Ciara Becerril.................................2011 Karen Bechle.................................1988 Kristen Beck............................ 1989-90 Leslie Beebout......................... 1990-93 Lisa Bernard...................1985-1987, 89 Lora Bertellotti..............................1985 Amanda Bihlman..........................2000 Birklund........................................1993 Jolene Blackshear.................... 1996-97 Allison Bohnen..............................1996 Rachelle Boone.............................2007 Shannon Brady........................ 1993-95 Simon Brandalise.................... 2007-10 Cathy Brenegan.............................1983 Alex Bright....................................2007 Ashley Britton......................... 2009-10 Tersha Brown................................2005 Ashley Brucklacher.................. 2003-04 Shannon Brunner.................... 1999-01 Brittany Burns...............................2002 Pamela Bushing...................... 1999-00 Paige Butler . ................................1993 Kim Buttacavola............................1989 Amanda Buttell....................... 2000-01

C

Lisa Caldera...................................1987 Donna Callaway...................... 2003-05 Melissa Calvin...............................2007 Stephanie Camera.........................2002 Erika Campbell........................ 2005-06 Yvette Canavesio...........................1990 Theres Cardinale............................2007 Kristen Carley................................1998 Patty Carrillo.................................1984 Monica Centoni....................... 2001-04 Rhonda Chaffee....................... 1990-91 Teresa Cheek........................... 1986-87 Julie Christensen...........................2000 Jamie Clark....................................1984 Liz Clark........................................2002 Kelly Claus............................... 1992-94 Marla Clayton.......................... 1993-96

Stacie Cook....................................2004 Nicole Cordova........................ 2008-09 Elizabeth Covey.............................2002 Scarlett Creeger.............................1995 Ashley Cruz...................................2002 Vanessa Currie......................... 2010-11

Calli Herzog...................................2008 Cassie Hewitt................................1985 Claire Hiney...................................2007 Tracy Holley...................................1998 Julienna Holmstorm......................1992 Jennifer Hopkins...........................1995 Emily Hose.............................. 1999-02 Cathy Howell.................................1986 Carolyn Hummer..................... 1984-85 Melania Dado.....................1984, 86-87 Rachel Hutson......................... 2004-05 Crystal Davis..................................1987 Danielle D’Eccliss..................... 2010-11 Delores Decker..............................1990 Monica DiPaola.............................1999 Shawna Jackson............................2004 Stella Dominguez..........................1990 Nikki Jaime.............................. 2009-10 Lindsey Dow.................................2006 Courtney James.............................2009 Jamie Duddleston................... 1992-93 Heather James........................ 2003-06 Jill Dunsing...................................1990 Brianna Jayne...............................2007 Kittie Jones...................................1997 Samantha Joubert.................. 2005-06 Brenda Joyce........................... 1994-95 Lisa Ebersole...........................1989, 91 Lindsay Effler................................2003 Ashley Eisemann..................... 2007-09 Lindsay Emmel........................2007, 09 Amber Kalcic........................... 1999-02 Melissa Erno........................ 1986-1987 Meegan Kaminaka.................. 2001-02 Christy Keeler.......................... 1997-98 Erika Kehr......................................2005 Mindy King.............................. 1998-99 Tammy Fa’agata............................1995 Melissa Kirby........................... 1996-97 Cindy Farias...................................1998 Sharleen Koenig...................... 2000-03 Megan Farr....................................2005 Megan Konieczka..........................2011 Kerri Fenimore..............................2004 Carli Feuerbach....................... 2007-10 Gina Fistolera.......................... 1995-96 Monica Fleming...................... 2001-02 Diana Landresse...................... 1987-88 Summer Flores..............................1997 Marni Lange..................................1998 Karee Fluharty..............................1992 Y. Latham......................................1997 Michelle Fortkamp.................. 1985-87 Caitlin Lavezzo..............................2008 Sue Fosselman..............................1987 Kelly Lazzini............................ 2004-05 Cielo Fox........................................1999 Kayla Ledford.......................... 2008-11 Fraschetti......................................1994 Danielle LeDuc........................ 1992-93 Kristin Freeman....................... 1990-91 Lesa Leonis.............................. 1994-97 Lindsay Frey............................ 2002-04 Diane Limon..................................1988 Nicole Freiberg..............................2008 Sara Linbenbaum.................... 2001-02 Rachael Friedlund.........................1993 Samantha Lipperd................... 2010-11 Tara Locke-Paddon.................. 1988-89 Desi Lomas....................................1988 Moni Lomas..................................1988 Gabel............................................1992 Dani Lopez....................................2008 Rachel Gaber.................................2011 Janeen Louie.................................1988 Lynette Garror......................... 1985-86 Sarah Lovell............................. 1999-00 Michelle Gaston...................... 1992-94 Danielle Lowe......................... 2008-11 Britni Geary............................. 2007-08 Laurie Lucero........................... 1992-94 Karen Goody.................................1983 Andrea Lucia.................................1983 Bernadette Gordillo.......................1983 Lunchland............................... 1993-94 Heather Grayson...........................1998 Jessica Lupton......................... 2005-06 Natalie Guibault............................2001 Kelly Guisa.............................. 2003-04 Wendy Gurwitz....................... 1983-84 Karen MacDonald.................... 1983-85 Brooke MacLean............................2010 Janna Marquez..............................1997 Michelle Haines.............................1988 Erica Martin..................................2007 Kristy Hamilton.............................2002 Brittany Martinez.................... 2009-11 Vicki Harley............................. 1985-86 Julianne Martinez................... 2010-11 Robin Hargrave....................... 1984-85 Marie Mata....................................1997 Tracy Harriott................................1984 Laura Mayberry....................... 1993-94 Diana Hasenpflug.................... 1992-94 Kim Mays......................................1984 Shyrle Hawes.......................... 2006-08 Danielle McDavid.................... 2000-03 Elise Heffner..................................2003 Yvonne McDonald.........................1983 Kim Herman............................ 1987-88 Melissa McGuire...................... 2001-03

D

J

E

K

F

L

G

M

H

Jennifer Mendes...................... 1986-90 Laurie Miller..................................1990 Deana Mills...................................1989 Chris Mirtoni.................................1989 Kelsey Mohrman...........................2008 Amanda Molhoek..........................2002 Jan Moore.....................................1983 Leslie Moore..................................1996 Lee Murison..................................1988 Jennifer Murray.............................2006 Skylynn Myers......................... 2009-11

Vicki Smith.............................. 1986-87 Jennifer Smuck..............................1986 Blythe Stanfield...................... 1991-92 Devin Steelman.............................2007 Tammy Steuart..............................1983 Sara Stevenson..............................2002 Brianne Stroh................................2000 LeeAnn Stroud..............................2010 Karen Susztar.......................... 1989-90

T

Jesse Talaugon........................ 2008-11 Norleen Tambussi.................... 1983-84 Lesley Noonan......................... 1997-99 Shannon Teverbaugh....................2003 Susie Norberg.......................... 1993-94 Katie Thomas................................1993 Davalyn Tidwell.............................1998 Petra Torri......................................2000 Jennifer Tupper....................... 1985-86 Diane Turley..................................1986 Megan Ochylski....................... 2007-08 Lorie Oleesky........................... 1989-91 Suzanne Opbroek.................... 1994-95 Tina Orchid....................................1992 Ursich............................................1992

N

O

U

P

Erin Pacheco............................ 1998-99 Ali Palermo............................. 2010-11 Tami Page............................... 1996-97 Kelly Ransom................................2006 Sara Parks............................... 1995-98 Ariana Parlet........................... 2004-05 Teresa Peter...................................2003 Kellie Peterson........................ 2000-01 Candice Pick............................ 2004-05 Tatiana Pizarro..............................2011 Rebecca Pokrzywinski...................1996 Heather Pollack....................... 1991-92 Allison Potenza....................... 1991-92 Amy Prebble........................... 2000-01 Price .............................................1988

R

V

Rochelle Vanyi..........................2010-11 Nola Velasquez..............................1997 Kathy Venturini.............................1987 Brittanie Verissimo.................. 2010-11 Cecilia Villegas......................... 1995-96 Dianna Vrooman...........................1983

W

Lisa Waggoner........................ 1990-91 Theresa Watts................................1987 Tracy Webster.......................... 2008-09 Amy Whitaker...............................2007 Jennifer Whitten...........................2005 Allisa Williams...............................1999 Amber Williams....................... 1996-98 Brittany Williams.................... 2007-09 Kim Williams........................... 1983-84 Lara Wimmer.......................... 1998-99 Alex Winters............................ 2006-07 Hannah Winters...................... 2005-06 Becky Wood..................................1985 Tina Woodring...............................1983 Diana Woods.................................1989 Michelle Worthington............. 1998-99

Adrienne Reyes.............................1989 Suzanne Richards.................... 1999-00 Kelli Robinson...............................1984 Cindy Romero.....................1986-87, 89 Carrie Roninger....................... 1998-99 Melissa Rose........................... 2000-03 Michele Ross.................................1989 Alicia Rossi....................................1998 Audry Rhyne........................... 2003-04 Cheryl Ruhl...................................1984 Kathleen Russell...................... 1992-93 Michele Yanglin....................... 1994-97

Y

S

Eva Sahatdjian..............................2008 Heather Sanders...................... 2005-06 Ashley Sardina..............................2009 Tammy Saurbourne.......................1988 Crystal Sauseda....................... 2004-06 Branda Scally.......................... 1994-97 Marcee Schaffer...................... 1990-91 Kerry Schultze...............................1995 Chris Seale.............................. 1989-92 J. Seale..........................................1992 Norma Shepard.............................1986 Amy Silviera..................................1992 Brittany Simao..............................2008 Teresa Smith...........................1989, 91

Z

Stephanie Zwetschke....................2009 If you played softball at Sonoma State and your name is not on this list, it’s not because we don’t care about you! Unfortunately, our records are fairly thin prior to the early 1990s. Please give us a call at (707) 664-2358 or drop an e-mail at brandon.bronzan@ sonoma.edu. We’d love to hear from you.

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SERIES HISTORIES OPPONENT

Academy of Art Adams State Adelphi Ashland Barry Buena Vista BYU-Hawaii Cal Baptist Cal Lutheran California (PA) Cal Poly SLO Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino Cal State San Marcos Cal State Stanislaus Central Washington Chaminade Chapman Chico State Colo-Colorado Springs Colorado State-Pueblo Concordia (CA) Concordia (MN) Concordia (OR) Davis & Elkins Dixie State Dominican Grand Canyon Harvard Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific Humboldt State La Verne Lewis Lewis & Clark Linfield Loyola Marymount Menlo Metro State Minnesota-Duluth Montana State-Billings Nevada New York Tech Northwest Nazarene Notre Dame de Namur Oregon Oregon Tech

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FIRST MTG.

LAST MTG.

RECORD

PCT.

STREAK

2009 1996 2005 1997 1997 1985 1993 2002 1987 1997 1987 1987 1985 1984 2006 1986 1992 2011 1984 1998 1990 1987 1984 1995 1995 1996 1985 2004 2009 2009 2006 2004 1999 1993 1996 1993 1989 1984 1997 1987 1984 1987 1989 1989 1989 2008 1984 1994 2008 1984 1986 1996

2011 1996 2005 1997 1997 1985 2007 2002 2000 1997 1994 2006 2011 2011 2011 1989 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 1991 2011 1996 2001 2001 1985 2004 2009 2011 2011 2010 1999 1993 2011 2011 2011 1984 1997 1987 1995 1987 2006 1989 1989 2010 1989 2002 2010 2011 1987 2002

2-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-7 0-1 2-0 0-1 1-7 11-55 30-43 56-43 13-17 0-5 24-33 1-0 77-57 11-6 16-12 2-3 79-57 5-0 5-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 4-2 7-0 9-7-1 0-1 0-2 6-7 6-12 22-94 1-1 1-0 1-0 6-3 1-0 15-0 1-1 0-2 2-1 3-9 3-1 2-0 39-7 4-1 4-2

.667 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .222 .000 1.000 .000 .143 .167 .411 .566 .433 .000 .421 1.000 .575 .647 .571 .400 .581 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .559 .000 .000 .462 .333 .190 .500 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .667 .250 .750 1.000 .848 .800 .667

L1 W2 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 L1 W2 L1 L6 L2 W1 W13 L1 L5 L3 W1 L1 W2 L1 L1 W1 W5 W5 W2 L1 W2 W1 W2 W7 L1 L1 L2 W3 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W15 L1 L2 W1 W3 L1 W2 L1 W4 W2

OPPONENT

Pacific (CA) Pacific Lutheran Portland State Sacramento State Saint Martin’s Saint Mary’s (CA) San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle Simon Fraser So. Illinois-Edwardsville Southern Utah Stanford Texas Tech UC Davis UC Riverside UC San Diego Valdosta State Vanguard Wayne State Western New Mexico Western Oregon Western Washington Willamette Wisconsin-Stevens Point

FIRST MTG.

LAST MTG.

RECORD

PCT.

STREAK

1984 1995 1984 1984 2008 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 2005 1995 1997 1990 1985 1999 1984 1985 2001 1997 1998 1997 2000 1993 1999 1994 1997

1992 1995 1998 1990 2010 2007 1989 2011 2000 1996 2008 1996 1997 1990 1995 1999 2004 2000 2011 1997 1998 1997 2005 2010 2011 1998 1997

1-5 2-1 14-27 4-16 2-0 25-22 3-9 102-43 3-2 18-10 3-4 2-1 1-0 1-0 17-2 0-2 29-77 7-4 16-31 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-5 20-12 10-8 5-0 1-0

.167 .667 .341 .200 1.000 .532 .250 .703 .600 .643 .429 .667 1.000 1.000 .895 .000 .274 .636 .340 .333 .000 .000 .167 .625 .555 1.000 .000

L1 W2 W1 L11 W2 L3 L1 W1 L2 L1 W1 L1 W1 W1 W17 L2 W2 W3 W3 W1 L2 L1 L5 W1 W1 W5 W1

ALI PALERMO


SONOMA STATE SOFTBALL | 2012

THE CCAA The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has been one of the nation’s most successful intercollegiate athletic conferences since its establishment in December 1938. The 12-member league is home to some of the nation’s finest NCAA Division II athletic programs in Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State East Bay, Cal State L.A., Cal State Monterey Bay, Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Stanislaus, Chico State, Humboldt State, UC San Diego, San Francisco State and Sonoma State. These institutions compete in seven women’s and six men’s CCAA-sponsored sports. Fall sports include men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Men’s and women’s basketball are contested in the winter, and women’s tennis, men’s golf, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, softball and baseball comprise spring competition. CCAA members have won 151 NCAA Championships (102 men, 49 women) which is far and away the most of any Division II conference. The CCAA has undergone several changes in conference membership since charter members UC Santa Barbara, Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State came together to form the league in 1938. Over the past 68 years, a number of institutions have been members of the CCAA, including Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Chapman, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, Pacific, Pepperdine, UC Riverside, UC Davis and Grand Canyon University. CCAA Website: goccaa.org CCAA Office: (925) 472-8299 Commissioner: Robert J. Hiegert Asst. Commissioner/SWA: Carol Rivera Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations: Al Barba Coordinator of Officiating: Dr. Bill White Dir. of Championships/Marketing: Bob Harris

PAST CCAA CHAMPIONS 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Cal State Northridge Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Chapman Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal Poly SLO Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield UC Riverside Cal State Bakersfield UC Davis Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield UC Davis UC Davis

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

UC Davis Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Bakersfield Humboldt State Humboldt State (r) Cal State Stanislaus (t) Humboldt State (r) Cal State Monterey Bay (t) Cal State Monterey Bay (r) SONOMA STATE (t) UC San Diego (r) SONOMA STATE (t)

NCAA CHAMPIONS FROM THE CCAA 1983 1984 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 2003 2008 2011

Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield UC Davis Humboldt State UC San Diego

(r) - regular season champion (t) - tournament champion

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Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Bill Fusco Brandon Bronzan Yvonne Burbank Mike Ogg Nancy Crosat Erin Rock Dr. Duane Dove Tyler Lobe Michael Balasek Willie Lee Julie Miller Nakiesha Brooks-Davis Andrew Simpkins John Goelz Pat Fuscaldo Mark Rigby Mark James Val Verhunce Marcus Ziemer Emiria Salzmann Jennifer Bridges Steve Cunninghame Bear Grassl Coralie Simmons Joaquin Lopez

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Director of Athletics Associate Athletics Director Associate Athletics Director Director of Business Operations Business Operations Analyst Business Operations Specialist Faculty Athletic Representative Sports Information Coordinator Compliance Coordinator Equipment Manager Interim Head Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer Athletic Trainer Head Baseball Coach Head Men’s Basketball Coach Head Women’s Basketball Coach Head Women’s Cross Country Coach Head Men’s/Women’s Golf Coach Head Men’s Soccer Coach Head Women’s Soccer Coach Head Softball Coach Head Men’s Tennis Coach Head Volleyball Coach Head Women’s Water Polo Coach Head Women’s Tennis Coach

bill.fusco@sonoma.edu brandon.bronzan@sonoma.edu yvonne.burbank@sonoma.edu ogg@sonoma.edu nancy.crosat@sonoma.edu rocke@sonoma.edu duane.dove@sonoma.edu lobe@sonoma.edu balasek@sonoma.edu willie.lee@sonoma.edu julie.miller@sonoma.edu nakiesha.davis@sonoma.edu simpkins@sonoma.edu john.goelz@sonoma.edu fuscaldo@sonoma.edu mark.rigby@sonoma.edu jamesma@sonoma.edu val.verhunce@sonoma.edu ziemer@sonoma.edu salzmann@sonoma.edu bridgesj@sonoma.edu steve.cunninghame@sonoma.edu bear.grassl@sonoma.edu coralie.simmons@sonoma.edu lopezjoa@sonoma.edu

Sonoma State University is an NCAA Division II member and part of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) and Western Water Polo Association (WWPA). Ten of SSU’s sports are in the CCAA, water polo is in the WWPA, and men’s and women’s tennis is a Division II independent. Sonoma State athletics got its start in 1964 with the school’s first men’s basketball team. Through the years, the Seawolves have had much success including national championships in 1990 (women’s soccer), 2002 (men’s soccer) and 2009 (men’s golf). MISSION STATEMENT: “The goal of the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is to provide a positive, equitable, and diverse environment for the student-athletes and staff. All athletic staff members are responsible for fostering these priorities via role modeling and mentoring student-athletes while upholding a competitive spirit that stresses amateurism, ethical conduct, good sportsmanship, and rules compliance. Priorities for all student-athletes include: academic excellence, competitive success, and community outreach.”


2012 Sonoma State Softball Media Guide  

2012 Sonoma State Softball Media Guide

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