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GLOUCESTER COUNTY COLLEGE SOFTBALL 2011

NJCAA National Champions Division III

ROADRUNNERS NJCAA Region XIX Champions: 2007, 2011 NJCAA Division III National Champions: 2011 National Championship Commemorative Program


2011 Gloucester County College Roadrunners Top Row: L to R Caitlyn Pipolo, Nichole Terreri, Lindsey Sampolski, Rhiannon VanVoorhis, Claire McManus, Lauren O’Rourke, Rachael Enders Middle Row: L to R Sara Buchoffer, Justine Mattia, Katie Trotter, Briana Molino, Kristina Morgan Kneeling: L to R Courtney Kane, MaryKate Covely, Emily Howell, Christina Matranga, Brittany Sullivan


Gloucester County College – Softball

2011 SPRING ROSTER

#3 Katie Trotter Sophmore Pitcher/SS Williamstown, NJ Williamstown HS W L IP 18 1 121.1

G BA

H

45 .410

57

BB 2B 7

11

ERA 1.90

#11 Lindsey Sampolski Sophmore 3rd Base Runnemede, NJ Triton HS SO 110

3B RBI OBP SB

G BA

1

47 .439 61

36 .424

4

H

BB 2B 12

#5 Caitlyn Pipolo Sophomore Catcher Woodbury, NJ Woodbury HS

G BA

H

39 .529

55

BB 2B 9

7

G BA

4

13 .345 10

.537

7

42

11

H

BB 2B 1

#6 Rhiannon Vanvoorhis Sophomore Outfield Deptford, NJ Deptford HS

H

34 .364

20

BB 2B 7

0

3B RBI OBP SB 0

3

.403

9

0

3B RBI OBP SB 1

7

10

.375

3

#10 Brittany Sullivan Sophomore Pitcher/3rd Base Deptford, NJ Gloucester Catholic HS W L IP 12 1 80.0

G BA

.477

#4 Nichole Terreri Sophomore Outfield Westville, NJ Deptford HS

3B RBI OBP SB 38

16

3B RBI OBP SB

G BA

H

25 .375

9

BB 2B 3

1

ERA 2.18

SO 54

3B RBI OBP SB 0

5

.429

1


Gloucester County College – Softball

2011 SPRING ROSTER

#1 Emily Howell Sophomore 2nd Base Clarksboro, NJ Home School

G BA

H

28 .303

10

BB 2B 6

#15 Lauren O’Rouke Sophomore 1st Base Delsea, NJ Delsea HS

3B RBI OBP SB

0

0

3

.381

5

G BA

H

BB 2B

42 .398

45

5

9

#7Claire McManus Sophomore Outfield Mickeltown, NJ Home School

G BA

H

36 .360

31

BB 2B 6

1

G BA

H

3

21 .303

10

.385

10

1

29

.419

BB 2B 5

#14 Rachael Enders Freshman Catcher/1st Base Williamstown, NJ Williamstown HS

3

3B RBI OBP SB 0

6

H

37 .375

30

BB 2B 6

2

3B RBI OBP SB

G BA

H

0

42 .347

25

14

.417

11

.395

1

#2 Kristina Morgan Freshman Pitcher/ Outfield Audubon, NJ Audubon HS W L IP 13 3 107.2

G BA

5

#9 Sarah Buchoffer Freshman 1st Base Pine Hill, NJ Overbrook HS

3B RBI OBP SB 14

3B RBI OBP SB

BB 2B 6

1

ERA 1.43

SO 123

3B RBI OBP SB 1

17

.398

11


Gloucester County College – Softball

2011 SPRING ROSTER

#13 Courtney Kane Freshman Outfield Williamstown, NJ Williamstown HS

G BA

H

13 .444

8

BB 2B 1

0

3B RBI OBP SB 1

3

.450

1

# 12 Justine Mattia Freshman 2nd Base Williamstown, NJ Williamstown HS

G BA

H

43 .385 42

BB 2B 20

#8 Brianna Molino Freshman Shortstop Williamstown, NJ Williamstown HS

G BA

H

45 .423 60

BB 2B 13

8

3B RBI OBP SB 8

26

.463

32

#21 Mary Kate Covely Freshman Outfield Pitman, NJ Pitman HS

G BA

H

BB 2B

8 .167

2

2

0

3B RBI OBP SB 0

0

.286

3

9

3B RBI OBP SB 5

20

.466

19

#22 Christina Matranga Freshman Outfield Mantua, NJ Gloucester Catholic HS

G BA

H

41 .369 31

BB 2B 7

6

3B RBI OBP SB 0

13

.371

9


Gloucester County College – Softball

2011 SPRING CHAMPIONS

HEAD COACH Steve DePasquale entered his 17th season as the Head Women’s Softball Coach at Gloucester County College in 2010-2011. He is the winningest coach in the history of Gloucester County College and among the top in NJCAA Region 19 history. DePasquale is the only Head Softball Coach to lead the Roadrunner program. His National Championship with the 2011 team is the first for GCC Softball and this is the second time the Roadrunners have won the NJCAA Region 19 Championship. In 2007, DePasquale led the Roadrunners to their first NJCAA Region 19 crown and to a 3rd place finish at the NJCAA Division III World Series Softball Tournament in Rochester, Minnesota. Prior to becoming the Gloucester County College Head Softball Coach, DePasquale served as the varsity girls basketball coach at Glassboro High School where his teams won 2 conference championships during his 4 years stint. He also worked as an assistant coach for 9 years with the Glassboro Bulldogs Football program, acting as the defensive coordinator in his final 6 seasons. Additionally, DePasquale is the founder of the South Jersey Rage Youth Travel Softball Organization. DePasquale attended Glassboro State College and Atlantic Community College, graduating with a degree in Culinary Arts. He is currently a Teacher of Culinary Arts at Gloucester County Institute of Technology where he has worked for 25 years. A Native of South Jersey and graduate of Williamstown High School, DePasquale resides in Williamstown with his wife. He has three children, Amy, Randy, and Danielle. ASSISTANT COACH Mark Enders serves as an assistant coach for women's softball under Coach Steve DePasquale. Mark handles the outfielders and calls the pitches for the Roadrunners. Prior to coming to GCC Mark was an assistant varsity softball coach at Audubon High School. He has also been a long time coach in the Rage softball program. The Rage are one of the finest ASA programs in South Jersey. Mark is also an extremely competant football coach who has served as defensive coordinator at Audubon, Gateway, and Pitman. Mark and his wife Tracey are residents of Williamstown. Three of their children have been involved with GCC athletics, Doug with wrestling, Emily and Rachael with softball.


Gloucester County College Softball National Champions — Best Record in Program History — 500 Career Wins for Coach D 2011 was a year to be remembered in Gloucester County College history as the Roadrunners captured the NJCAA Division III National Championship for the first time, achieved the best record in school history, and allowed Coach Steve DePasquale to reach a milestone with 500 career wins. After starting the season by losing their first three games, the Roadrunners would lose only two more games the rest of the season to finish with a 47-5 record. That record does not include three forfeit wins acquired during the season. The Roadrunners captured the top seed in the Region XIX tournament, defeated Brookdale in a winner take all championship game to win the tournament, and then swept through the National Championship Tournament defeating the College of DuPage {IL] in the final game. The first round victory over Anne Arundel Community College allowed Head Coach Steve Depasquale to pick up his milestone 500th career win. The Roadrunners were a team with great chemistry during the season. Each player performed to the best of their ability and rooted for the success of their teammates. The Roadrunners were a combination of veteran sophomores and talented freshman. Three quality pitchers lead GCC during the season. Sophomore Katie Trotter, Region XIX Tournament MVP and National Tournament MVP was the ace of the staff. Sophomore Brittany Sullivan provided stability and consistency in her pitching. Freshman Tina Morgan made a big splash by hurling two nohitters [one a perfect game], and by being the winning pitcher in the National Championship game. Sophomore Caitlin Pipolo and Freshman Rachel Enders handled the catching chores. Catlin was one of the leading hitters in the national for NJCAA Division III for most of the season. She has outstanding in her skills behind the plate and her enthusiasm was second to none. Rachel, who doubled as a first baseman, was a very capable player until a knee injury curtailed her season. The infield was filled with talented players. Sophomore Lindsey O’Roarke, Freshman Rachel Enders, and Freshman Sarah Buchhofer handled first base. Freshman Justina Mattia was the mainstay at second base. Justina earned a spot on the National Championship tournament team. She launched a dramatic two out home run which provided the winning margin in the semifinal game against Tompkins-Cortland Community College {NY]. Freshman Briana Molino was outstanding at shortstop. Briana was outstanding both in the field and at the bat. As the leadoff hitter she was the catalyst to producing runs and fielder her position with grace and effectiveness. Sophomore Lindsay Sampolsky was outstanding as the third baseball. A power hitter and fearless in the field, Lindsay was one of the leaders of the team. An all region player, Lindsay was counted on for the key hits and the big plays. Sophomore Emily Howell was a valuable utility player for GCC as she was capable of playing numerous positions The outfield was patrolled by Sophomore Rhiannon Vanvorhis, Sophomore Mary Kate Covely, Sophomore Nicole Tererri , Freshman Tina Morgan, and Freshman Courtney Kane. Each player handled their position well and were interchangeable throughout the season. Head Coach Steven Depasquale completed his 17th season with the Roadrunners. He has a career record of 503-215-2 career record and was named the NJCAA Division III Softball Coach of the Year for 2011. His 2007 team was also a Region XIX champion and finished third in the national tournament. Assistant Coach Mark Enders has capably handled the duties as assistant coach. His primary duties are handling the outfielders and calling pitches. Coach Enders was an assistant at Audubon High School before joining the Roadrunners


Gloucester County College 2011 Softball Schedule/Results Results March 5

Burlington CC (DH)

Away

L 5-8, L 0-4

March 9

Lincoln Land CC

Away

L 0-3

Vermilion CC

Away

W 14-1

Itasca CC

Away

W 4-3

Kishwaukee College

Away

W 5-3

Concord University

Away

W 2-0

Vermilion CC

Away

W 8-0

Waubonsee CC

Away

W 9-4

March 12

Waubonsee CC (DH)

Away

L 2-4, W 2-1

March 20

Cecil CC (DH)

Away

W 8-0,W 10-8

March 26

Del Tech Owens (DH)

Home

W 3-2,W

April 2

Sussex CC (DH)

Away

W 10-4,W 8-0

April 3

Harford CC (DH)

Away

W 12-3,W 13-1

April 6

Raritan Valley CC (DH)

Home

W 10-0 ,W 15-0

April 7

Mercer CC (DH)

Home

W 6-5,W 7-0

April 9

Northampton CC (DH)

Home

W 5-0,W 21-0

April 10

Atlantic Cape CC (DH)

Home

W 1-0,W 1-0

April 12

Camden CC

Home

W 13-0

April 16

Bergen CC

Home

W 8-0

April 18

Suffolk CC (DH)

Home

W 5-2,W 12-1

April 19

Ocean CC (DH)

Home

W 6-0,W 8-4

April 20

Camden CC

Home

W 14-0

April 21

Cumberland CC

Home

W 6-2

April 22

Orange CC (DH)

Away

W 10-4,W 14-3

April 23

Brookdale CC (DH)

Home

W 3-0,W 4-2

April 25

Middlesex CC (DH)

Away

W 8-4, W 11-2

April 27

Montgomery CCC (DH)

Home

W 8-0,W 11-3

May 4

Burlington CC (DH)

Home

W8-7,W 7-6

March 11

Region 19 Tournament May 7

May 8

Northampton CC

W 7-2

Brookdale CC

W 10-2

Brookdale CC

L 0-4

Brookdale CC

W 5-1

NJCAA National Tournament May 19

Anne Arundel CC

W 9-1

Monroe CC

W 6-2

May 20

Tompkins-Cortland CC

W 9-7

May 21

College of DuPage

W 6-4


SPRING BREAK TRIP Cocoa Beach, Florida March 2011


Region Championship May 2011


National Championship—May 2011


GCC Softball Through the Years YEAR 1995* 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

HEAD COACH Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale Steve DePasquale

*First year of the program

RECORD 17-13-0 30-13-0 23-19-0 22-17-0 25-11-0 35-5-1 23-17-1 38-11-1 28-8-0 29-14-0 21-15-0 38-14-0 32-16-0 30-9-1 37-9-0 28-19-0 49-5-0


SOFTBALL NJCAA REGION 19 CHAMPIONS 2007 & 2011

Softball 2011


SOFTBALL NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS Carie Van Artsdalen Carie Van Artsdalen Beth Olcott Erica Wilette Katie Lavin Katie Lavin Suzanne Fox Vicki Hasselman Brittany Hays Danielle DePasquale Jill Mills Katie Trotter Caitlyn Pipolo

1999 2000 2000 2002 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2011

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 2nd Team


GCC Softball National Championship Commemorative Program  

GCC Softball National Championship Commemorative Program

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